Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1953
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03214
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1879 -

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r For Deal .. .1TtRT. Close Here
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To Reach Par = = ? r. dI If Drive Fails ra :4e' a: et:4't

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i'' adf'ir I If'mini v' ,s cur rf'nl it-a-, i it I'; ':1-( .

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one n' 'ne worn: o reconlat he .i. .1 pr.'i .. ar.i :r.>. ;; iin.ipter _

th. end r>f lUC":1.: r.rn!,, I Op.c-f.st..ns o- ;riuntary :: '( .

n.mi .v,;.ie 2.500 idles and $.; I bails .iCCd't.r.! .: T H ( -.-- .-- ( ;tt11 ; LkAr

'xx *A ompareJ with u.1 1.s If'- Kent; field repress'nt i':. : ;. ,

1 '. sitrd Starke .- ,
> at this stage of the gait: I this week i :

owns hold out little hop : >rt to spur fund dr.vere ; '- ?. .-. -

nal '. on to e'
spurt that might put greater >

.' ,..n over the top due to the r n I I'p to date the sow '. : '"l.. ...... _

't4' for some unknown rt< I ..,t $154374 lit: .

beny r plants are "going bark f ff fv1 a't: ',f its $3.000 goi! r ------

!flan) me dying in the field 4"1'< Mr[ Kent said that ..:

'I>..! H look sickly One gr ... r./e vvari the national <.rt ..

taxi hi a seemed to b* irt"! ,in t hasent, into Brad, i

< : inking up." Chapter more than $11 I I Ire"' _

;No one deemed to know wh"'tnei n.ng he s trite peru : .

ay the blame on some new an I Iet HIT tonlribuled to n.t' ,

I. \ undetected insect or upon( .. r, INIn the past f. .. '

ti"nil Red Cross hai i12 ,i- .

went.ay : 900.000 in Honda : ," : f
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''ne only apparent unfavorable' I JItJ r..Ii..f alone, Mr Kent '-M. :

<...'lire the \ Your .
being rains during; I.t 4. ; support may n" .
Mrtn that caused a heavy loss "tilenm : # J" life if he gets blood w !h. < : "" I

fruitfhrough It_ .' ; ,,, tamed with your mont o! 6 r r t ..-+ ,...- ._.,j

n" presentative said. "By',, ft fj
April 1 growers had sold 1 yfrtar.+
ti t rr ? fj .
R : ne.v serum. it ranaU R'liffeiince
tlrtu; 0 crates at the State FaimeriM I $
rket hi*. for which they reeda ( between at1.1! 1 r' 15

..turn of J62.S3H62 Aver ::..,' normally and \\ ak'I'! / i| i 4 171 \j!
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: his
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IKpi paid PIT crate rangedtirlow ; .
.' MI: K-nt pointed out tr ;;"' S! .
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a drop of |2 below
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'I'.lf'H $9 average } ur. of the Bradford ir-aptei'! .1 I. I

.- ;,.nd.i on tie dnve this y t"ll. "m'I' I
Qipmenta during past wt'I'k .
ere .ifollows.. 1 !.ii/I.n d t-eU that it can n > lung r J j i i

rflIJi/L I iiiiM'ii7e the operation here unkis it ... .'
lute ('rl" ItanI'1! :. r. : .
hihaptei becomes self-support- ,1. ,,-, 4?
JOin; US 00-8.40 747 I. S. I &JI.. ,,.. ;..c_ :P.fT .N -. ..,_ '. ,,_..... ,,

.'7th2btb 215 660-8.50 70S Iv.lan.id 1-Mlnu'e Phi.fa by tn" T.' i-g . 170 6..,o-9 00 7 Hi
JOth IIS 650-8.30 7.50 Four startled tounst couples wenstopixd net. a I ipm tiisuier' has received the follow- Scene of tragic grade ...r".loal"'IIt'nl/; lluirsil.n. !'nuon
31a 242 600-830 747 l1'rdnesday for exceeding the speed limit on r :S ,Mil( :'niu,:n the ng reports: Starke residential diatnct ]Young Father Killed .k shows auto Us it came to rest ;tgains| (. S A I' lr< ifcllt .I'

lilt 236 1:00.10041: + 765 ;, Temple Avenue school zone. In spite of then protects ot mno- ., 256.33; Brooker $7202: ; Ixivier left j gives dosriip view of auto \\liuh turned over omoiu .

Volume i I. cenie. they were arraigned before Mayor J. R. Hampton $35 56; Graham $9.10;
expected to be slightly W-unwnght at plefe. tune alter impact. At lows right. Ih. young/ father who lu-'
tuavlei next week and qualitygoal. City Hall and sentenced to spend the next 20 hours as of I Lawtey $47.60. ':
guests his ,
; life i is shown in irrrnt .nar.hfltith his >rur-old "non rimios( oriUndent
I I T. H. Slade chairman of the
the City of Starke. At Grade .
I Crossing h\' ('t-cil Swa .. "dl).
M K Judd, matket manager,I, The "arr .sts" were <>art of a well-piinned April Fool stunt I business district stated that solicitation -; .

slated that the marketing of red arranged by Mrs Marian Howe, secretary of the Starke Chamber in this area IS only about'' > from work to the home of I The young man was b.,i : It

potatoes in the Starke art'aill of Commerce, in cooperation with local business men and t Iso ing per will cent be complete held and a mPt't-' The train crew aid: it looked a; if tht- car tried to stop his stepfather( and mother Mr of I.iwtey, just across I u.e ..
tegin about April 10 A potato city otticials. I Friday morning ,that' it nosed down several] hundred yards from the railroad and Mrs John Moody of Graham County line, and was :< ., re'; '"
from ;;
grading machine I I 9 to 9:15: in the Court House i i I
will be op.'rate4l Top photo shows the four I f crossing, but then came headlong into the side with whom he and his son were of the Boatdram Baptist ( roo\ .
at the mark here I couples as they appeared before inan, effort to spur this phase of on, crashing I
I Major Wainwright who is backed up by law enforcement officers the drive. I 14 of: the second freiirht car.. residing. lie had stopped along 1 Funeral services were h '.,1 r';
i i the way home to pick up the boy !| day afternoon at 3:30 ,
; Sheriff I*. I). Reddish/ Stato Trooper Q. A. F1 l1ngrrn.! City ,1 Mrs. Junius M. Smith county That together with traction j I iKingsley II
by the impact into a rain-filled i who had spent the div at a : Lake Ceini-N
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301 Association i PoJJce- B. L McKnight. and Deputy Cecil Sew ell. who made the i.i chairman, announces that the I narks on the pavement l led investigating ditch I friend's house. I !
/ "arrests." I II where he would have drowned I i burial was in the fain ;,
'( 15't I officials to the theory but for the rest ue efforts of a I Trains are infrequent on tt:$ t there. .

Lower photo shows the group at the State Farmers Market I 1\\hat: defective brakes might havei member of the train crew. The ,Q ..S..& F. line at this point, and I Besides his son he is s '
Gets Charter where they were' presented with quart baskets of luscious i
Flori- Se.'n to blame for the auto-train | child is still in a serious condition Wimpy's relatives believed the by his wife Magolene l'i !h",

I I d.i 1'0 struwb by Market Manager M. Fi Judi ( upper left) Young Demo Club t'olhMon that took the life of Fred | in Alachua General Hospital young man n'ay have been playing Wimpv of Starke; his in ':

() and County AI.nt (t. T. Muggins upper n ttl. Ii but is given a good chance for with the (child as he often Mrs. Moody: two ha lib'!! ,,' !; .
rpamLUIIIII': d f .
IIIKhway As<4'mon.! M, '
was of Graham
here this; week Charter-announced of local industries including the Trul Ride ilmemte mine At three miles at a grade crossing / Wimpy, who received multiple notice the train until too late to I Graham two stepbrotlieis i I"I'
: east of that'il
,! b) the State, the association each place th>y were presented with gifts and souvenirs Cooperating The Young Dem
HAS restaurants motels and theatres Bradford Counthas Wimpy was a sergeant in the > Jacksonville and five .
an Its objective the promotionf provided fee meals: postponed I last[ week also carried to Alachua I st.f' "
IT S 301 by mends of all entertainment and lodging for the visitors Curing their overnight it's regular April meeting date Gt"neral'l local National Guard company', Mrs. Ira Cowart Mr"Ilardenhinfik t.vpesHI I With where he died:
Wimpy at the time was at 7:30: .
p.m where he had beer. member since '
advertising. Including stay. set for next Tuesday night since A and Miss!' A'! s'
billboard i :
Ins year-old Fied Richard hours and 15 mutes after the !
I 1 son 1919 He was employed a.s a Mid all of Jackson .
dcHciintive\ foldeis and The \'ictims"'f.'re: t conflicts with the opening of

Officers of the association strip maps.lire: Mr[ and Mrs Henry Moore of St. Catherine's Ontario Canada I. the Fla Legislature when many I i who thrown narrowly escaped death. being : accident I spiral operator A\ HumphreyCorporation Mi s Ann M Kinnev .n! '0'
from the automobile
; The young father was on his rol.J HelenVnghi ..f S' irk-
\ .I "1tIma.-r.: president : E I. Mr and Mrs Frank de\Vater. Jr. Norwalk, Conn. I local citizens plan to be in Tallahassee :

MaMhews. vuv I' according to Pres. A. J.I!
president : and I II Mr and Mrs Wm Shuknecht. Klb, New York. _
uv Andrew.see retarytrsasurrri' I Mi in.I Mi, l.aw' 'renJ Caruso, Thomas. Jr. This meeting will Jaycees Arc Presented Charter
Bong Valley N
I S 301 is already one of the : \ .iLi, 1"'d l tnil t .I's \\und'rlul I be held instead on Friday night. EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
-<' popular routes with tourists :-\i; k' experience to be 'aiie.sted inPrison Apt ti 17th at 'he American Legion I QSSfe- >

1 mi be developed even moiepioniotion H"\begmn.ng\ at S'1'\0) o'clock. _

rgnnue.j: efforts?, I i ,i ii i rite: set opii! a.::r.ui. rI"1: Sum; .,.' >: iSUrke i\ :, :,p, ,", ,r. : 1 1-,'. '.' at ?

,alters of the association btT 'jpioject j PageantOne Funeral TodayFor i, Four Teams Enter ;I i Mir.i; "t''r,.t: .-V..ui.!: '.\',11 bh- ;ni, a': K.nh->- .' !I.-,.*"> .

5.45 a in Sun'li'I:
I"I undertaken bv I hl'j Night Only Miss Baisden Softball League !
Kev Lewi; 11 Hampa; 'ti'i of tin- First Hap! -' i '; *
,1'JllnIZlttlun will be the >ii-. T i 4 1
Four trams are now tn:er..d in will preside and Ht>\' Thorns G. Mitchell F ,
.' The pastor 111 ot Fi:
strip maps showmiii i iI.'t.ul 1.1"1 pageant 'Mat I < linrUolgotha 1
FIJ1'ral! -ei\ire> fur, \li>.- MaudeJJaiilen the Inch softball league and atl! Methodist Church will bnng the Easter:
:I the route of 301 fioiul1' ) will be presented at the message
V1 n<' .,, Klolld.iLavvtey :State!' 1'rivm It IIf"I'tt. one night/ :1.! v\b> ,1..1 1 MontLivat least two more are desired Those,: Special music will be provided by the Bradford H:;'h S" :. 9td'
her home uV-.: t'lll'stl'r. Pa .nteied to date are Alvarez. L3.wi| -
I ink MondaApril rt. .*t 7.4u'chx Band and Glee Club. !
after: a lonj; :!!!n..s. Will! be held try Camp Blandmg. and Slade. I I
Voters :k, auo. ding to an annoiimo- j Other ministers who will have a part In the srure a-! II I .
; this moiruiiK i tFn.l.tYI i at 1030o : A meeting will be held at the!
ment yesterduj; by ('h iplain L. A W S. McAhiey. .
pastor First ,
To Elect Marshall .-h.pt:erd. It wets i lock at the graveside in Crosbv ,, BHS field today Friday) at 6 p.m ': Presbyterian Church : R.I) '

I that the previously announced Lake Ce'retery. Rev. L D Anyone interested in playing or en- Weldon pastor First Christian Church; and Rev. L G lft.'n..:.? .>I tii .J
\ tl< of! I awteA i .II ';o to. thl' I he presented two nights pageant but thee Haines will be the officiating tenng a team is urged to be pn-J t j way pastor Airpark Baptist Church. ,";; \... 'ill11A.A.' l .

.., |l'lh..t.I> Apt :: 7;, maspeviali .-, and night ha been cancelled minister. |lent at that time. Attendance at the Sunrise Service last year was almost 1 (x)" f

'. ion to pick t town marshal! I The production was wr:1.'II. and it is hoped that as many as possible will avail thw.seJve.s ... ''
\ .
Miss :
Bausden was born Sta eke ;' .W'U
,Th.. 1.\ >> netue, i appear on the I Meted citstumed. and designed by on Feb 9. 1902 and was in a daughter Pictures Delayednd : of this opportunity to worship at this service which has berome ? .r. ..... If"-
w.ll b.
H Halph l arleana professional I II expeilenced; l'om'ldstnlls of the late traditional as tar as time is concerned wherever Christianity u. -
GeorgeV a For This Issue
i ftnjvw'Hutihistin} ; -
: a !Passion Play superimposed practiced
rll. Zuella Carter Baisden She was aalth ,
winnei 1 will SUINetl I P
It !
I ufvm \ : .
kgrotmd ofjuxlern Special busses still
: .i-. \\ho n'.i\ t1. beauty operator until ill heforced Hue ro a T Isflnngof mail be at the post office corner and will pro- "
; r 1! T'll: -ii, III"q !Ic vide free : .......
transportation -
her : to -- -
retirement, and w anyone desiring it. They will leave

:e-nber of the Baptist Churcirvivtng pictures j promptly at 5.15 a m. In case of rain the service will be held I A charter for the newly organized Junior C&amber IJf <'"!r.' ,

| Peace Memorial Garden Is Dedicated are a brother. George Telegraph in time for printing in i! In the First Baptist Church I\: chapter was presented last Friday night at a banquet in the A .. .

B I -Ion of Jacksonville, and a 'his Issue. These included : I The noonday Holy Week service have been wellattended.and : Legion hall fietured above is State President Burton Th',." ,

1"' .tml,i Ci V't : Mrs Geneva Jones of West Boy Scouts leaving on hike; j, the troll l service sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance will I i iI Miami presenting charter to local Jaycee President Doyle F. "

\. M, :1.. -...1' P.! ml i-ther reiahI' .yes 4-H Hub Girls' Rally' '>e neld today .Good Friday with Kev Mitchell bringing the t' Others in photo are. standing left to right. Marvin {J1'f 'Jhart.1 I II .. .

\\ t' s "' ': .:..' and attuie. r :h .S< i.- l'h ser :Nhp : :: : m''!'-iir.' entitled. "Da%' << Suffering Harry St<-m, Ocala vice president Second j 'tr
,. 'OO\i.t\ M\\.I' :o \1... \ ;- ; 1 ._ ,: _!:..., I!
\\ .. "on Jr pn-silent <,', tie Jar ksonvi.l: Jaye >
.. ;,found, ..\ '; ..,' \ ''i'" 4 '
.' > hl.d.hng ,, Senator Johns Home From Hospital; '.r':1LZ'IIn. Lu< .an v.nner dr..tor. banque'i! :
;f e f.: ,i.'ent! d l'l I .a.:.. S'inpson. treasurer ; I i.
at: ra: ;hl.I' \t.y
Plans To Leave For i-rtr "'". ed] ts niaremonejj: ' '. N Coleir 4tuT t: 4JI Capitol- Today.

;:"i k>?hulls, i>:' .
,t ,-t "It' Mi'.' 14: .= a-e. >" t ; ('treE! Johrs"v ., BHS Nine Plays 1 Farm Bureau
... I
". .:: h. *'\I>*TI !m as President TO TIIK: CITI/K.N-i: Meets FridayThe
i me is :0< <
001 .f hP F.orida: Senate Green Cove Tonite
,tetlnt; t IV.t. ,' lI next Tws.l OF RKVKFOKDM 1'NIONtt : !
'; pans: to leave for Tallahassee .
\Tlr.s Bndforl County } '
tot I'. gltlj yA ( ,
s" \V M iltaha.-: :' t t.><1iV to attend to important preiLegislative ; TV BHS bnseba.:: :..ttd travels Bureau WIll meet tonight t iF. .d. .

details I3nt to. again invite my at H p m in the, fourthoune I'-r
.i.indei! "i .\ :' over to Green rv>vc Springs toT '
: -4,. : The Senator returned to his Inenil to my' installation a> dent J R \\'anwflKht urgi '
1 ,-;:h': p.o-t > > i ght I Friday for a: game
,kfii .,: .I-& ..t'the' ....1: hone here early in the week from I'riNident of the ;enate. at he Blue Devils of Ciay High alter. lar'rMaintenance
and d c> Luke's Hospital Jacksonville 12:00 nnr>n. \pril 7th. in tin-
N' >: Vext Tue'iday night the Tornadoes
4 1 j >.l where he was confined Capitol, Building/ in
. Cml: \ a
.- HntJh",1" I iIt nerage the Gainesville High squad Leads '
.; :. week: v.ith Iloridi. T31I.1.ha..j
a"ere gall bladder i
",:\\,' S.\ 'I\ur 'It: "i k He told the No doubt w me of m frl-nj hereThP .
nom. >
tS'O! Ji.'.st. .t' ) Telegraph I Tornadoes raptured two : )'ain enant.e forced in-

--=rv. :: the' tvitunf. Mi .... : ] .; 1ihMIV; ; '. esv ,''- that he felt all n ht. gill feel that thev do not hive -aY ..s out of the three played last week to take a narrow !It- :
:A I_ .: '., :I..1 m to continue the proper rlothf-s to wear on a|
: t ftiul
l.f:: : < } Y41 taking '--k Thursday afternoon of last top position in If umpnre\ { ,
"'''::::'..r.ft -_" .. ,,--il.. "I .' e i-\ r'- -\eral days o('('aM >n like this. but I want
the born.1'e I< .
;;g ..L"" ... ... Ii week the locals played ilelrowid bowling league: with an t' "
:- ., ',' t .y ,.. 'J" .-..; .l _. V'r-. 'n.1 from i', each and everyone of you to Thomas of 0.41
=; \ : .1M/- ;p- :\ t.t ;r.j r!: s Bradford Ji-on 5-1. Teston. Wet Mill ))fain:":, '
#Jt". .. know that }ou will b<* just a. '
:$ ': : T
Me.noritltfiturinj : "'. County are planning to ir.d Akndge each pitched a turn. was runnerup with 061"two
...>>. uekonv in '
overalls l
t, 1 d 1Ca1 T,: tr.a> i
; :i'; f 5 jJ&ti; Bt VQ4 ?. J hns the finest of ([oth.." and I .
jJ : take ,
-' t," r.l. up the Tornadoes 2. -were tied for
f. ,
.-,?- : e !t felt 1'e sr 't ,. l ... ._' ..-1.1 <' J--: cf.: : :Vit- Florida Senate promise you )oU will be givenevery : I Last Friday night the Lake City place with 0,590i
- ..,1 H. ,,,.' hlaiiUti .. ,dir. .t.t. nsideration. I"iJI dt
-- Tiers; took the Tornadoes in band j
: '
: ,
-I inured at th :>i.-iu.inal (. l'tl.-n dodi.ati..n I..t il, to rl) in
arc: row everything to maJu-
"-W "< I by the S'i'ke: ,,,,:'i" '. my power I I. .
.S 'hb! ir. January Tin! iI'dcn --. !L'r I. .. :- I' ::.."'1 b.- Mr. t:. NX. savage. Jacksonville; Mrs..t.: II. ltredo\s p>i>t director Singing Convention our \1.'t i to Tall a-se' a pea! t;and swamped the out local 8 hits lads 195. ;i' Ed T'ton went the route -
Bradford longed against
* 1rir ,. ... Ii.t. S. JaiU-onxille IV-u-h Mrn. llobt. L. -.trirt; ant one and I sincrreljr hop I mould giving UP :5 hits bu' :.
; ; Faring director,
.11... was planted ::1 J.t> n.v : .t. ; \ t' : : .e p.i! n The Bradford-Union Singir.g i 5 for the visitors. but poor Control control ..
--- that ing good when rMaxie :
3:' 'V .UM I > ontaina ':.'M\ Van R.uc: .,.::' 1 I.:: 1 I-' Y :.; ': j : sJt'f itiDt'\iIlt: Mr, \\eMev :V tolenuu Mate Garden Therap Ch-ur- CO:1'entlonill meet Sunday '! do &).a many a" ran attend will 1 of the pitchen. and several Fant Will ton p.'. '.

.A he.' !n :-u.t'; t.t.i: u':: -'ht. pJl'Jat iiiAn. JarU,,"n\ille; )I". Martin Howe, Mrv II. 11. l'e>ton Mr 11'L April! 5, at 2 p.m. in the First Than ,errors added up to the lo. 3. I gave up only 2 hits but he /. -..". .

The local Garden; Club bought the dedication!: ceremony, andS ; 'MeArthur chairman Blue star Memorial, Jacksonville, and Mrs Baptist Church. Lake Butler. I remain kins; you in advance, I Tuesday afternoon in WillUton .(6 men.. Randall Martin and Bu v

r..... -- and the city furnished S Partm. principal of BUS t.. r. YOuD.c-rond row : MrF.. B. Beard, MM, F. *.. Itii>,<.ht, MrxJ. Everyone interested in gcspelj I t the locals won a 1-0 contest, scoring Back: each collected a hit w

.. .! ,nil! materials tor the plant- pronounced the benediction A. .rtlfin.. Mr,. H .\. 1LUL Gratefully vourv \ their lone run in the 7th inning Thomas Moore scoring tr-. ;

i singing is urged to attend Charley:. John on 2 hits aLd two free bases. ,run of the gameYO:1ge. .




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EDITOR' HAMPTON! Mr .: .d Mrs J A Sasr :

COUNTY I 'he State Farm haw r.ove.i: the ,

TELEIIR.tIF'ORIRAPI(; { VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER b}' Mrs. Isms \V. Hammond \j"Street.Mrs John. Parker !-oa>e or. Ma.- ''I I SOUTHERN FOODS FESTIVAL !

lAALAAAAU 444 444 4\\ ,
J D. McCulloih! ar.ion ,
Luke. with the W A
-- --- I spent Sunday 4A.AA
the pot Office at Sur& .. Florida, under and bab> of Wash gton. D. C. left i -
11iWi+he d r'rry Fridiy and rnUml at wend da* matter it W. Williamsons. i
last week after spending sometime I .. ...... L_
t.Jw..t of Marth 3, 189. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chasta r. \ ."-- .....
with his! parents, for a '\ /1' '
and children were in Lake C.\ '
- home.
returning Mr and Mrs Frank: W.a:: EI'i74izii
Mrs. D. W. Swindell visited I Iil

IJ "MY HOME TOWN""I I her brother R. A. Broughton and were m Orlando last week '>
il .
wife in Jacksonville Thursday of Miss Martha Home .re'the
weekend in Gainesville!
' : 1 think my home towns the lest else f..r a long time, although a project is cur- last week.Mrs. .
U D Dyal has returned Miss Frostine WllaT.; : Javksonville -
I wo ldn't live here. I'm interested in ibIJwgreS1 rently underway to remedy this situation in .
from a couple weeks in Homestead spent Thursda..v.. : tJ-e
and growth, since upon these factor* part.
\ with her daughter :Mrs J. W. Horr.es

depend to a large extent. my. own prosirity. "ZONING REGULATIONS. My home Onard Parker and family Mrs. Mrs. Paul Green: of rv.u.-\ie

town doesn't have them but it should. Parker is recovering from a major accompanied her mother Mr[
The above the opening paragraph in a ",._
was: _
operation and a doing very Fannie Iead5 home and w..:1:
thought-provoking message published! in the "HOSPITAL FACILITIES. On the way" nicely. spend the week hereA. :2u=fltyAlghhR.nen.d .. .
of Starke'.s cine organizations thank goodness. PfI' ,ttd Th' u .n \pr .
bulletin of one .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskins F. Allen and so:! JtokPaatka ;

last w eek. l lit-cause we believe the message "HOSI\G. A critical shortage in housing and children of Palatka spent I called on hs brothe-: ees!
-I i-7
carried in the little paper deserves a and with .
Thursday night Friday IVAVernon Slad.--r arid 1rS: 152 Call Street
has existed in my home town for many, I
be confinedto
wider circulation and should not her mother Mrs Ena Nazworth" j Sunday. EverydaySpecials _
many years due partly to the lack of the I I !
the membership of one club, we take pleasure Bonnie Narvorth accompanied'
I Audrey Raley o: There.vespent Slarke Florida
items mentioned above. Too !
in yielding oditorial space this week for them home for the weekend.Mrs. I the weekend oats Wl.\\!

the bulletin's: comment. "CITY LIMITS. Should be extended immediately Ida Parish of Earleton Ruth Hammond

There will t be some, of course, who will notagree spent the weekend with Mr andMrs. I'I Mr and Mi's Elmer Lewi.- and y-

with the suggestions in every instance Topsy Brown.Mr. I,daughter Wanda of Starke andlytn.

but that id beside the point. The important "MAIN HIGHWAYS going through my and Mrs. F. P. Lott and ] U. D. Dyal visited :Mt> I SURE-MIX (Limit 1 Can !

I thing, it seems to u:*, is: the evidence town should be straightened out and given I children are spending the weekin I D"al's sister Mrs Rose Grnesat :: )

that at least a small segment of our citizenry the proper right of way width before they I Stewart. Miss. I Ocala. Sunday afternoonMr. CRISCO S Lb Con leaSe)79CASTOR

l 1.4: giving some thought to the many problemsand detour around. I Mrs: H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. George and Mrs. W W Chastam

growing pains that must inevitably come "SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM: I[ Williams and son, Howell son and daughter of Bradent..

to a growing community. July by }bringing with qualified 1 instructors and the necessaryplaygroun were in Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. were Friday and Saturday ;,,"Ut't-

these: matters out into the light and by free equipment should be available, B P. Walker and Miss of their sister-in-law Mrs Jesme Vac PacCOFFEE

and intelligent discussion can they be met but isn't. Minnie Wells of Maryville. Tenn Chastain. Mrs. Chastam aiion.pa-

and solved. who are ,'isltingthe B. Y. Saxons nied them to Lake City where Lb Can

So }here are the bulletin editor's comments. "Your editor has no quarrel with, nor by:, !are spending few days in Eu- she spent Sundayalso in 1..\ F 19C

If they :stimulate a little constructive thoughton this article does he intend to criticize any of fjstis.I will return to Hampton next Oak. t'I,'

some of the issues: that must I be faced herein the officials of his home town. The faultlies week Mrs. Dan Rale. daughter: I'itMrs. .

the not too distant future, a worthwhile with us the citizens who to all intents Mr, and Mrs. H. B. Wigginswere Huldah Griffiths and t\" O'SAGE Dessert -- --

imrM| ) e will have been :served. and purposes sit idly by and take no I'I visitors in Macclenny Satur- children and :Mrs Jessie NVwell

interest in the and future of Our'day. of Therossa called on Mrs. Wuf
progress No 2/2! Con
Home Town." The Hammond Sundas p m PEACHES E S
5th Sunday Convention
'r:1l l FltKK CITY so the signs say j Miles Hoinberg of G.t-.t'.r.t, \ 11
) 'but we all 1 know that the operations of all : the Christian Church was held
C. recent theM I
a nt
towns are financed by taxes, either: open or To which we can only add amen and amen,i| in the Legion Hall 1 in Starkei L. was Wattersons gue

hidden, and my home town is no exception. Some who read the bulletin editor's suggestions } i!Sunday. Several from the HampChristian School NVwsMrs. -- -
What is meant is that no tax is levied on Church attended.
will want to item here ,
remove an 2J I The 4-lf Girls Club of Hampton Perkins and :Mi.H t re;
real personal but what difference
or ,
property and there, and perhaps substitute a pet t:: was represented to the Rally were business vi..itoto ';.t.I1l'--
does that make to Mr. Average ... No Rinse
the rule last Tuesday attein. '"! Ballard'sFLOUR
U. S. O
jat in Starke
project of their own. For instance, the Telegraph ] bys'
'ituen who would avail himself of homestead
'Ruth Pt-nv. AudreRalf'. Miss Home was pur+ htsny; equipment
feels of N'ancypDryden.
that one the primary needs i isa
exemption from this tyoe' of taxation anyway :, Eailene for the basketball, "OUI: >
: ; unified effort toward the beautification of Mary
his home. I
believe that
on : Ellen All :
entrances Carpenter Dorothy Loper. the boys wt-ie busy: "itweek TIDELge
to town on the highways that a r Itravelled :!
my home town should progress much further I Anne Griffiths. Beatrice Stapele spreading clay +on the bass
than it has thus far before it could in good constantly by tourists. On the:! and Willow Ruth Hammond. ketball courts. Mrs Jessie Chas-
whole, however, we think the bulletin's :
c+Conscience remove all property taxes. suggestions } -"| Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker CCel.lrcher lain our County Commi ioner
well thought out and ;!
are a !; pent Sunday afternoonI1'and arranged to have the clay hauled
"PA\'ED STREETS: I.IGlITnn: representative of the type of thinking} evening with the L. A. Hall's for the school and within a f\ Box

:-E\\'AGE, etc. Large sections of my hometown must have in order to make big towns out of f I'' Howard Hill who has been days we should have e\er\inmi 21C Lbs49Cs 9SC

have been without any of the>e item--. little to\\ noi. spending sometime in Orlandoand I !in "ship shape" for playing

-- I Bradenton is expected home We are 'ery son that! .1(1:,...

_ Safety Law For Small Boats Needed I this week Roach. one of oui t'lght g!'i.to-! ;
.- :.. .< _:- --_ : ; (::. : .-
Mr and Mrs. Marvin Rosier pupils was sick la.t week J.in."

A tate law requiring every small boat tocarry Milt from accidents involving twelve and fourteen I of Colorado Springs spent Sat- has a leading part 1:1 the |p>: I' .
life will be foot "I jurday with the Don Hills, after and we surely did. mi- lit,i :;.'n- DONALD DUCKMAYONNAISE
preservers : : sjionsoredby and outboard motorboats./
the Florida Safety Council and deserves Under the proposed bill suggested by t hens|I 13 years in the service Mr. Rosier school.

(and will probably need) all the public -up- Florida Safety Council, both private owners i getting out. Miss Horne's pupIls have n Hilt' E Qt 39C
Itand Mrs. }I. Ma\hew and
mural centered omul
lovely at
Jlort| it can get.Newspapers. and those furnishing boats for hire would] '
I niece Rita of Lapeer, Mich. and life in Switzerland. Some ot th
are almost daily reporting be required to have aboard
} a lifepreserverfor Irs. Edith Iarhew of St Peters- pupils have real talent in .J rt

many unnecessary fishing-trip and pleasure- every occupant. This could be in tl le'burg"' spent from Wednesday to The purple mountain" with HUM OLD

boat tragedies by drowning for the lack of form of a kapok cushion or other type thatis Saturday with 'the L. A. Halls snow capped peaks are n-ry It'- .. GLORY I

adequate safety equipment in small lioats.: compact and would not require much space''I|I Mr and :Mrs Leland Beden-, alistic. "r

One of the most recent was the drowning of in a small boat. Enforcement of the law':| hawse have purchased the Fred We extend our deepestin- PORK & BEANS 3 No 303 Cans

three small boys in Hillsboro River. would be in the hands of the State Game and]I ,Eiland place and will move the pathy to the Moody familbe- 15C

Florida has :30.000 lakes with 1 500 miles Fish Commission. It is pointed out that riot:I first of the month. cause of the death of a loxH I on,'

(If shore line and many miles of rivers with- extra expense would be required to enforce,j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alvarez The two )'oungerIlJotly b.\ -

out any safety supervision or protection to this law, since the state wardens could check.land I I children were in Dade City Raymond and Leonaid. :tie pus ,, SUNNYLAND Fully Cooked, 8 to 12 Ib. SMOKED

those who operate their own or !rented! !boats the safely equipment at the same time they J Saturday their son Royce a C- pils in our school Our pi I'.,'I! > I

Hundreds of these lakes are in tMs immediate check fishing licenses. companied them home returning are with the family in tin.tnn, Whole or Half Lb

area, bringing the need for tills type of Though there will doubtless be :to Dade City on Sunday. of sorrow. HAM S 65C
some oppo.'ition Mr and Mrs J. W. Jackson off
safety legislation very close to home. from persons owning this type : Starke were Saturday supper Three of our eight grad.: WN.

Federal regulations) require safety equipment for Charlie Mamer. Robert Bat:,'n
equipment rent it is hoped that public! ,guests of the \\'. N. Jacksons. On
for motorboats from sixteen feet and Bill Alderman. ae ..1\\\! Ill':;:;
up. sentiment will be i
strong enough this time toget Sunday the Jackson's entertained SW IFT'S
but there is no law covering smaller craft. this important considerable inteie-.t ;m Ss\ ng Prem. "Ready-to-Eat" 5 to 7 Ib. Fruited
legislation on the statute Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hobbsof
Manv of the lives lost t in Florida waters re- ooks.l Waldo and Mr. and Mrs Tommy They have been on several < I ping Lb 49 CSWIFT'S

kitchens of Gainesville. expeditions and .tn:1'; -r: a PICNICS
I chance to whlcit: -
....vaa..nrr.ramr.ar.i i I week, as they did la the fall j j'[wreck. Rev. and Irs. Hall. Mri I Mrs Frank Williams has taken outdoor life.experience
This time the program will consist Mover I, the Horne's Grocery Store i
I i Inez Kelly and Mrs. Lester Dobbs .
BRADFORDHIGH "fa Her many friends wish her suc- Mrs. Perkins amt M.S.K I: .1.! '.> -
nvhtery and a comedy. Mrs. Premium Gen. Lamb
)attended Spring Sq.
funeral .
services ,
at < attended
Hmson (cess. son a po.o; -plannl1! ,; i 1',
direct the mystery. i Deaver Street Baptist Church Mrs Jessie Chastain and sist er. mittee in Starke on :M'-.IJ-'. "

4 entitled "The Man In The Bowler1Hit. Monday afternoon: Mrs. W L. Andrews of Starke this week. Lb

LIGHTS ." and Mr Davison will direct Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall accompanied were in Gainesville Tuesday. There were sxty-n;.:,> : S l E S 39C

1 'the coniAdy. "Sa) Uncle." The Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shelley and pupils: and all of our te,i- h-i .;
by Mr. and Mrs. V.
i plays will! be i children of Fernandina were recent religious services last Sir.li.An : .
presented in
fly Hri>nda Hradford4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA highly E. Thornton and Mrs. Inez Kelly, of the L A Halls. -- - '-- .- -..
<'lorful sets guests Easter sezviie \\.i-. : :_, -- ; ::
arranged as last attended the Fellowship mt'etingat Mr and Mrs P L Morris. Jr our school on T..r-: !.o >' '

time In theater-in-the-round Tampa last week. 1 of Mac* lenny and Mr and Mrs. week. Corn Fed, Rib End, Loin Center Cut
.ast: !uada !Lt' Also j!
Glee Club on the agenda. !
a terrific
is : Hugh Culbr.-ath of JaiksomiHe!
The II. M. McRaes ,
... last
.ntt'd it's surprise, Even the casts will spent *
operetta "Meet An- not '
.'.'11.1 Mr the !know until the night of the plays ;''week in Jacksonville with Mr I
students Juat as they It is guaranteed and AIrs A. F. Hall and Mrs PORK ROASTS PORK CHOPS
be'l'l1' enter-
"! -"t'td it for the public Fri-'i taining. So ,(Owen McRae and children WhiU- I
keep one of the dates
.f'u+ and Saturday nights Those'! i ioeu Either April lth or there visited Mr. McRae's sister

1'u who eaw it will : ISlh Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger and '!
realize the ] I Lb
"'Ullt> of work that went into I Ine Mrs Eugene Tetcher They also I II II 39C 69C
spent Friday night with theIrgranddaug'hter
marvelous production I'm sure Last Friday members .of the Mrs. Barnev Eg- '
that UHI all enjoyed I eighth grade science classes hade
it The Glee of
and Mr -
gers. who I -
'tub members are now planning' wonderful trip. One group along them Eggers. ac- ] ; : : ._ __ it.-J.---: ::q _- .:
companIed home
( i1
'If use (part of the proceeds to take with Mrs Anderson and Mrs Edwards ; 'I y
I Mr. and Mr B. M. McRae II .
visited were 'Ii ---
It tup and to attend a professionalM They I
M ..- al program. i took a tour of the weather bureau dinner guests Sunday of the J E. i IrI LAND O'SUNSHINE
|j visited a large D C plane at the Browns of Sampson City C

I"1 :'ast \ears the heerleade s j!j bureau, and then ate lunch at the Arley McRae of the U of F -" ( F BUTTER Lb 69

ive t c't'n elected only a few days zoo. Another smaller! rup"isit- 'spent Saturday night and Sunday I '2- \ftir t
I ,
N e the first football! ganiorV e-t the museum in Gainesville with with his parents Mr. and Mrs JW. II I

\ have found :t \er>' difficult I Miss Fiolton! as chaperone McRae. II /
i I .
'.i learn all the rhtvrs and getcether ii Mr. and Mrs. \V. C Connei ana I Fresh Tender
I i I All the Home Economics
a uniform in time for thetme daughter, Yvonne and Mrs H
-t I con.b.r.e talents to present a On The Cob Ears
c' order
) to cue they H Lewis visited Mr and Mrs I CORN
"e time to get pepared !':I' \big'' !.t.r.r: show for the 1unior'mum B. M. Thomas and family at 4 29C
!- vi-M cheerleaders! on Monday. April
are b""-.s; .. Brooker
t;. and! t : the Sunday.
> n.ven this wring S+'nte.pre :2S:' e ''- t':1'r Woman's I
,'.::h \;!:.: s Th:> fish.on: show The Youth Fellowship meeting
I n.\\ practicing: for :i\out< the > ., .
held Amil PUt' t.' .t re..en- 'A :!ii! i-e ..n.i h.;:h..I.:ht -:' :he will! be held at Johnstown Baptist : --_ _ :.i i: _'_ __ ___ :' = :_

,...'t of the Student Council the er.- Hone F.C sewing urr.i Church next Friday night

tare! student bt',1will elect the 5e >'t; '.. t':t' 1t',: Even-one welcomeMr Fresh CrispCELERY FREE! 1 Pt. Superbrand -

Kr'up *t an assembly wht'rt'I o' B!, :: 1., I'..,.:: and Mrs T \ Xornr. START NOW..BANK

will see i sample of all the ;'r-' Arid sOn Gerald, of Heilbronn.tnd I SOMETHING EVERY or ICE CREAM with RUSOSTRAWBERRIES

; .;;J abilitv Five of list vear's ,'w Mr and Mrs.
....... ........... Barney Egger I PAY DAY REAP
a leaders will graduate in June Tl -'\ -.r.d ihildren of Jackson\.ile:<.

qJ :Ire Captain Jackie Tanner F.U.;". .imr.er! guests of the JV ...::.1 B THE BENEFITS.

i"ro>bv. l..nase Johns F1' *."' PINE LEVEL M! McRaes Saturday r.gh ,I CARROTS S
+y Ili as and Manoy Hearst Trv':me
.. Mrs. B M McRae ana ,ir.er. -
r._:: nit asrain this year are A. 'wsbv. I h> Mrs. II S{. 'cellarUlt11ll1lllUllllll11u

--,'i_ who will be a senior and Rar- Rae: Shirley were! Easter and Mrs sh J \.\.._* M-- E FLORIDA BANK at STAR IE{ For Pkgs
3.i t,ara Prevatt. a Junior next year r t 4 99C
Th. Like City and Gane ::, : 3 19C
1 will let you know, in a few s aa..r: : :- u as saddened : --: -- a
weeks who will be leading the !tat Sdturdd\ ':le.irn .T :he death Saturday. ,Iltr. 1 ..r wr r i i

:::.-.g ,beers next year.T'.e tlf Flt.+hr: -. H.ktgrg! .-. n Year old and Mrs. Earl G.x.dn-ar. : j 19 11 temper -Tio'iaa Iaffonaf (jrouo R
daughter of Rev and Mrs. George Starke
were dinner guests of Mr I trat

Speech Club is planning to'v.er.t Hodges of Jacksonville, who and Mrs. A. F. Fender !last St;::- .
two one-act plays ip I__ -== ,.- :, -._-_::*."-'< *. .! Luor -_. ____ .___ ___ ____ :- : ;.\,_'''::= ._ '_-_

nun \1I'RlL .\, 19)\: r \CoF. nmF'
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...r..--... ..- TTTTTYTTTT ma.JUIf'tk trees H1 the LaA f..y....r..mVYVVYvn'BAYLESS I Robert Young Plays rang-.e-: .' :': :z;e : '. .q rwMr :': Jatkso!:.. ::11. Mr 41..1I; J M M.K5 Ira Th'r..i,.. ,\: 1h m: di\:<

H J K.:: ec -e.ed a q:1lt- Bradley Jr. and uhil'\'n. Glom M .
'on'lI front yard A poem Antterfly : and Mrs C B "olSn of Mrs Ogdt"n Bates has : :'
Y In Technicolor Drama Cu bridge tabe: ;::. .t'r f..r highpr.Ze and Fy M rnJ: Mrs Vance Bra,,'ker were? S..nday alternok'eassts .
BROOKER a. son. J B Green. t..peLall) IIIYMI \ tf'rty ftght: g a ::: eass

fat this occasion, was read I'', I i At Park TheatreI and ars P D Fan-h..r, Jr Geiger were gueston Saturday ( of Mr and Yrs E l' Long :nnp f.r the past ft.w daDON'T \:

I I was the bIngo WUlnt'r of a bud and on Sunday i'm Jacksonville It is a pletiare h' that
the by Za'11uUoise. n, F. (
group a daughter by :Mrs. 'ro.byChurch
Grate G, IUcbaln between Apache In- came Mr and Mrs Reese Bradley R P 11l-undon 1S getting; along
Mrs Lawhon wu presented vase.Mr
1 UlUJ1A 1UlUJ1 A A a11U1 'I a corsage, made by another W A A AA tans and the white men :n Anzona and l1rs. Carl \Yarber of and two sons Clinton and Juk fine after undergotrg an operation ,'.\\ fountain ...."- tlE

i shortly alter the Civil War Anchorage Alaska are visiting In an exchange of nts Miss :'r. Riverside n.\Spt in Jack- :...TFJBIltxh..1 point for every
Laren "Doc"I \e'st'
daughte-r Boyd "
Our k'a! Red Cross Dnve I .
. chair I I Mr Margaret Rose Duncan soI-e Mr M. L..n'n! ted j'.3': \lnl'l..t. III BKtIFOhI )
i Anderson and LP. Green also Rev R K G\\n' filed hlS rt'gu- flames L.1to tense drama in 'TheHalfbreed. and Mrs. W.Oorth_ spent :s t"pt. Iwrw'.e. ,
: man, Irs Howard Watt would I ." Tednicolor: drama Wedneadaft.t \\'lth Miss Fran- to !t't! :: : ::.. ." ",bcu: te:: ) 4 (.)t'NTI' TFI.FAit.ll'N:
I like to remind all f'lf you who+ presented her with na.'ers.I I and Sunday night at Bayle5S Htghways. II i SUpt and 1rs. L. F. Chapman I '
I starring P.obert Young Jams Carter ces Caldwell sad Franc spent -- -- .. ,
There was a large crowd at had u visitors Friday thr-'agh .. .--- -
-- '
I have nut yet made your Jntnbu-- i and Mrs Lawhon receivedmany I .: ._ _. __ .._' -- __-. __'.'c._
:: and Jack Buetel at the Park ,Saturday night at the L.I .\:' -- h __ __ ____ __ _
tar appointment Sunday mornngchurch Monday, 1fr and Mrs Omar R.
; beautiful and useful gtfU.
bona to rlpuf' do thi5: i
':1 I fit) by home In Starke.
both and evening I IRev. Theatre Sunday and oIo:1day. Burns of Anniston ,
Wf-eKt'n'l. v.'e are stall short on Among their children present morning Ala }Ir. FACTORY FACTORY I

our qU ta. We'd like to uy I for this occasion were: Ofr. and R K Gwinn, Mrs. J R. The action takes place in and t.Burrs and olr Chapman were Returning home after "pet.r,;:

Thanks for a wonderful job" to Mra. Walter Smith and family, Kelly 1frs. Floyd Crosby and around San P.erno a small town classmates a.t Vanderbilt University theIr honeymoon m Georgia I rand APPROVED ENGINEERED

" the fClllo''ing 'A'ho their all ; Mrs. Clorinl' Lawhon aDd children Irs. Eldon Sapp attended the I rear the border of Apache Ins In Nashville, Tenn. Mrs Bill Powell rr,'Wj\ueds\

!',r th111 drive: :Mrs.gave Doyle Hazpn.1'rs of Tallahassee; "Doc" Ander- State W. M. U. P.al1y at East-I I than lar.ds. Y otirg a gambler. Sunday dinner guests of the 1. .;of Orlando visited Mr and Mrs SERVICE V PARTS
side church in Jackso.1- and Miss Carter with R n. Cox. paternal grandparents.
Mrs + lIOn. c.t La Crosse tr8. Bessie I Baptist L'1 actress L Wair.\\7ights included 'olr. and
Ulyd Barrr, George
x i'av. Mra. Elmer Stokes. Stn ,I:BraMen, Mrl. H. W. Anderson I \1Ue! Wednlday. They reported a a touring road som t and .Mrs. B. W. Tucker and ctulJren and Sr. maternal Mr. and Mrs J. 11 Bradley .._NNee-..... -- -- --- -

and son Jacksonville .Irs. &,rI I wonderful mf'etlng. are attracted to one another I Barbara Butch. Ronald and Donald grandparents.
I. A Mott, and Mn I.oca V hit- : asking, Painting, Repairing Reconditioning
rena Boyd, New Orleans, I.a : ; I't'rlttlnal Itt-m.. i i but trouble intervenes when the : from Fernandina Beach. i Sunday visitors at the J G ,
't I ,
pAre Mu. Edna Green Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. Freddie WatterISiJl1 Apaches threaten to go on the Mrs T. C. Edwards of Lawtey.I'Caldwell home were Judge and : -en fleeflrpnpee Nn.e--_--- --
for agalmt unding I
you or Mr and Mrs J. M. Hendry and Mrs \\'. C. Ward and Mts.Lucille I,warpath as a result of being: rob- and Herb Hildreth of Gainesville.Mr 'Mts. T. A Yawn and sons and BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
ninth into Starke nexvear'
our grads
Think about it. and lign children, Jacksonville; J. I1. Green Lovell attended the rodeo :bed by a dishonest Indian agent. : and Irs. W. B. Dl'kson of ,I Judge Yawn's glandmntht Mrs TESTING AND STARTER

t Starke;: Mr and Irs. 1. R Green In Palatka Sunday afternoon.Mr The stormy progress of the GJ't't'nwood. Fla. were guests of Ii i T. M. Ionl'nt'f of Greenwood al- Blt-1hE

'hI' petilun I' T. which A.. when ta It sponsore'or 15 1 I and family. Grare\'Ue! ; Mr and and frs. Tiny Shaw and romance, and the efforts of :Mr. and Irs. E Bryan EI'\'in so Kenneth Tyus of Starkt' and LFENI1NIElt TFIUS: GE\EUAfOn:

our pre I family. Gaines- : Young and Buetel to keep the S.I.ES B.1TTEIIES
,.nh'd to Mrs. Lee Green and 1fr and 1trs. Wayne Andrews of :Thursday through Saturday Saturday I ) :
you. yule frs. Zad.1 DuBoi5e and family !peace despite the schemes of theirunknown Ernins
; Gainesville were visiting 111'5. Bet- the lcksons and I HEPAIHS .INI) _\1.1. I-I.ECTHICAI.
c Mr and Mrs P..a.ph! tott and Lake Buller. 1Ir and Ira. enemdevelop intense I FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS
Jacksonville and VISII -
ty Kirby and the O. E. Crosbys motored to
t11141r'f' of Silver Spnngs. lid.. I Russell Green and family. Brook- I action and excitement before the I ted lcksons BOny WOUK EHYlrE SEit1'ICEVen
and Sundsthe
Sunday afternoon I on Cut Foster, Cleaner, foster
are \1.8.1 rg his parents the S. M t er. Mr. and Mrs Alonzo Goodge Irs. Eetlie Griner of Tampa is stirring climax is reached. 'left for Warsaw, in visit another ___I_Ifee__fNNNNVNeeps.Nnpn_49Ir

11.." I Starke: Mr. and Mrs II. T. visiting 1Jr and Mrs C. C Cros- i The action IS fllr.f'd against a daughter You11 save time and t'fr..rt IJllbriratioll Service

1,1 1.1 ferry Game. of Lack : Brown, Orange City and Mr. by fcr a few days. background: of Anb.na's colorful Mr and Airs J M Bradlt'Y. Sr when your saw> have been Complete

!nil Ad, H.UW' San Antonio, Texas Berry Dyal Graham Oak CHt'k ("any"n ar t'aY.YYYY.YY.T.YT.TYTTYY.Y harta+ 'saeatronnng guests from sharpened on our prtrisivnmachine. ----------------- ----------------- ----------
Mr and Mrs W R. llaislop attended -
.tI v.ating tits mother and relIII lIr and Mrs F 11 Vie kery, I AI! teeth are ma'ie:
church in JClhnstown Sunday nowaJOBH.TEU(, : THl'rKS)
j I I ,
:rr" lroker rf'onUy.of and I'hildrennn and Fred- uniform and accurate

,... Fig.nr: Crosby tntertaInedIe IJr J.'. M. Vickery. Sr and Mrs and were dinner guests of WILL PAY CASH Just line; new. <
dlf' -Ir and 11rs. John Kelly.Mrs. Hl\'onditionNI l'St'd Cars and Trucks
JIII"rn'dJate Training Union I and daughter STATE FARM You' 11 be [0

ahn 111 !h. hllrne 01 Miss Jacks. laU Joe of W..therington Gainesville were Sunday J. R. Kelly and son Pod.!- For Saw Logs pleased wit i h"', f Wr ranrran (' Financing; On Major Repairs
relatives .
Barry Ia..t Saturday night, Mardy. visitors at the homes flf Mr andMrs. ger were visiting afternlJn In c i iii i AAIAAAAVPekly A\D PCI..pwoon our speedyservice \ ,1]

I The 1n:! n10ben present enuyed Earl Green and lIr and I Lake Butler Sunday and
l Sherman I Pete l and I.a'on \ Brdg.' Club met at thehomy TIMBER I Itutting HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
ant -f-d!?or games and rerrehment .Mrs. Ernest fdwards. with your easy l
"f fake and punch Crosby Paul Dowpey and W. B of Irs. Toni Cor.rt'rs iJr A Post Card Will Bring :\1t. saw,
I Irs Jarnt' W Thomas. New I
attended the rodeo in .
.1'1'\,1 b IM n. Crosby and MniJoyd : Starling I dessert bridge Thursdaaftt'r' To See You, till()(() Tl'mpll't'. \ Phone ti9
River Assoelational president. at- 1 understand .. t >
i Pa1alka Saturday night. noon March ::6 The hn..t''a... .

Theo B/Hn l..t.11t. Fire AuxIliary met tended the Florida Woman's Missionary I they were four scared boys ,(beautiful with a largt' 't'it'lI D. B. 'Dick' Thomas CALVIN JOHNS
Union State meeting held of the wild Brahma's rOlnUl' HiE PLTJIOI'TII 11stLERF
of :'Irs."harl when one bowl I arrangement: fill tho' hrllm; :
the home
week ILt
oat an Ja'ksonvlllt' March 21-26 at the fence ahead of time. II 1.:1\\ fey, Fla. lOs; E. 1adiStm :-t.;
jumped table of mixed pa..tt-ll 1 : Kp'!" "r Ir!: .
". Iberson. The part .. . ,
- .
With the First Baptist Church Others heard the were looking for the snapdragors. at L'S i .1 fit',!.:'" I Ph. Il-J Starkt'. Fla ., .IFEader .. -- ---
...,n to'orated sea I -- -- -- --- -- ---- -
Wed- \ _
from Brooker attending on tallest tree in Palatka to climb. -- -
,.nal n"\'rII The birthday oMr I
nHday were: Mrs S F. BeardMrs. See Paul Downey sporting a
: !! Erl\l''It F..dward.4'as ('elr- I.
\\'ILiion Green Irs Uoyd new motorc"clf' If you hear any
,rated She was the It'dpient of ,
Dyal, Miss Lub.'IJta I'mholster. unusual noise early in the momin ,
ram 11).1gift... The next meet
!nJ: will hr held at the home of The Juniors of the Baptist I don't tit' afraid -it is just Paul 1 suqqestiorp :

Mrs H"wudVait on Monday, Church have organized it ('hOir cruising by

under the direction uf Miss 'ran- O. F;. and Sherman Crosby fin-
April 13
and Miss Glenda Park- their Saturday -
Tun Markey and henry Haig e tea Barry ished setting peppers

Okla..ahaHl'l'r t'r. They ate to meet at 6 p. m. morning.Ve .
went fishing In the
at the home of 'olu. Lloyd Barry \ had a nice visit with Mr.
last wek Caught It heap

Mr and Mrs Frank Norman ant], for practice, next Saturday. April and Mrs. Ellis Sunday afternoon baked ham

'ltfllily were recent visitors at I. I Mr. Ellis: Is cultivating his pecan

the( home IIf Irs l.ottle I-Iwanu. The Baptl&t Faster Egg hunt grove raising pigs and stocking:

Mrs Fildie Cnstlt'n and sons, will b. hold at 3 p. m at the his deep freeze with nice juicy

I'l\t and! Mikt", of O'sensboro. Ky church grounds. on }o15teI'SuIIJa)'. steaks and roast from a beef he

are visiting her parents the Carole, Children ,are asked to bring their recently killed. Mr. Ellis tells us ,i .

f\tklnllon own baskets and three eggs. that his tomato crop in Routh )

Those from Bwokt'r attentbnlhe ; I.'monad. tea, pickles antI crackers Florida was nt'arly a failure.

( ASJulflational Quarterly Sunday will tll" served to all by the Wonder who the cute brunette I,

S. hllul meeting at Norllgeaaant Sunday School; tl'afhers. I girl was riding around with Pete

} (:rove Wf'r": Rev an.1 The \\'. M. S. meeting will be I Sunday afternoon? They and

Mrs S IlIt'urll., Mr and Mrs heldVednesday.) April 4, at 3 I Wayne Douglas and Louise Johns / It

I I. Parker and daughter: Glt'nda.'I p. m. at the Church. All ladies I were in Gainesville! Sunday afternoon .

'I Rosa 14nholster Mrs.I Wilson are urged to aUf'nJ.Wf'1 window hopping'

ift..n, Irs .:Vt Harrt'll and like to remind you thatSundry There will.!' be an Easter egg i I '' Your food store is
Hlt'hway naptist \
Bayless :
daughter. Yvonne, Mrs. IJuyd lit "('Ia.'iIfication! n3)' hunt at :

(Barry and daughter. Jal'klt', amMrs. for the Sunday School, so won'tlOU church Sunday afternoon at ::1 p.m. 1

AI O. lIarrell, .:. T Stf'wart please try to be present Everyone come and bring the kiddies many combinations of fine
anti some boiled eggs and lets (
anti CUV F4IWart.tMr I..t and Mrs Jo' I.. Douglas, 1
Davis and haw a lot or fun.pottf'.l .
and Airs. GI' food and delicious Coca-Cola
f"nnerl of Ran ntonin, Texas, Ann Ruth Russell.Marty Lj
\I"'r"f" Mid .lwl1r.1 Endicottslt T
nl'tlute to f\en\'t, Colo Were
.. roll'll'at..rs.. who : Beverly Jo. Charles, Joyce
a Mil' \'!'dtinK11' and Irs. Inward
t I" a patient at the 111I\'al tt'di'al 'Douglas last Frida mght Crosby. Robert, Vincent Johnny -the perfect refreshment for

(enter In JI\I'kMlnnllt'. !west wetkItnwkerites Mack Kelly and Debris Newman
\ Irs II. II foreman. or Gaiut's-'
attending the MmKan playing softball Sunday afternoon happy occasions.
yule was a Sl1n.14', visitor at thehome
Lee TlI 1Khman b"rb"'ut' Saturday at Floyd Crosby's. I bet a lot of
of Mrs.I Darts Kelley.mong : '
tomq -
:'olom.'i had empty alcohol bottles
night. March 21. were Mrs
\ .\ thos- from Brooktr attending i iy
lathe Sowf'II, Mrs [:ate }luydMrs. .. because the kids had charlie horses I tJ ,
the .11 "Iub Hally Iavheld / I J
Olgie Prf'\'aU. Mr and Airs I t>,e. from playing so hard. I, l
I in Stark last !Citurday ,pr (
S M Mntt. Ht'\ and! Mrs II ItMott Who did J see riding a blue '
were: Jeanne, :uanne, Susie, Pol- ? 'in
and Mr. and Irs Italpl1 I motorcycle Sunolay afternoon \ = ai
ly'alt.. Kathenne Harrt'U, Iteverly
Mott and ,'hIMrt'n't' Could it be Paul Downey and Beverly -
and Mary Ella Green lIeltn,
\\ art !It'r'y have to put J I Jo Crosby? !
Kelley Sandn ,
Iott. IJlmie
1' 01'1111111 .t\\'antl on ouhorpttat r I Well folks go to the church of I
Clark and GI..n.1Parkt'r Kalhiennc II I
\ ) list this \\f't'k'O' hf'\1! r : your choice Sunda If you d" (
}lIurr.1l aid Poll\. \\ut tray: .
hat h. is IInrro\'in but ill stll I not have a choice. we will be glad I I
L d.nlunstr.l'n'l III .1 IP'.t': ) Ply] Iii- i/
lur tn come tu Bayless --
'nth'al list
In the I you
tr:,' pnyt'r! .:atirrn! I 11 _: (l i,
Atr and Irs S1 llItt. MIIntl way Preaching at 11 a m ) II
I '

Mrs Halph Matt and 1'1111, .....................- .. .1 long see you next wt'ek. ,, ?/ I
,jr..nlh'.1 Mr anti Mrs It .I
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1Vaier' III I'und. Fla recentlVhilr (
\ tho r. they attended the wa\ \HE (
r Si
,'r show atpress" Gardens

UrN lake' 1. lIt'nr. of Chal ( 1lariiumoroiin: HeadquartersFOH N' ;;E .

,fur ti C was 1& rl"<'t'nt'isltn r I1 11 UAUAI000AAAAAU

", Hit I I h \ ,I "',Ison home.Thu ii i!i
Airs[ It I. IIIr.I\ 'P'I1! :the!
N'' \1'f the 1laptitin t
weekend In SIiuii; \\ uh h.1 .:,
,h I .n.'s\'iII. g't' a prll,- who Is IIII TOBACCO ,

.r'tn. I t the home If Mrs Olgir eltt'r I
I Mr and Mrs H .T F:) K,'r" and!
.'\ + 'renliv. and presence d'ifaltuh' .
of Ja..ksHI1\ \'t'It' viiung
.." .. I sunsblnt' basket.
relatives in this conimunity
Mt i \1 rI. Freddie ClArk ar"nun HAIL
: during the weekend .
'he' birth of a daughtelFrett r, 1 I
Mrs E. S. Adkml< entertained! ..oe
) \I..i. at the LakesliorHosm' 1lY
group ur little folks Sunday at
I'' lake: CII'n Mare h
t..rnoon with a birthday parl\ INSURANCECONNER

6'I. for her daughter Robie.
"j I trs. Claude Prescotitnotu t
Mr and Mrs Arson Tints .m i ia
;. t I birth of a son Cler I '
family of Ft. McCoy were \ .
..w..ttIn'h D at StarkeMr
ting relatives or Sunda '. s
m i Williams, Jr has iiurnty .- BROS.Gcn.
Mrs. Dolori Carmichael anirfamily !
:., her home here aftt'f' ,
Granny Canml'l1ae-1 m.1
,.\ ''' .\ ,', ks visit with her hw 1-
:I ithRed.tlsh wt'ftis1hng relaUves ;
Insurance ,
'Ln.t I" :I\ in dom GdI .
In Jacksonville Sunday f 1 tat 'At 1 '
> 'I.'t.till
r .t
Rudolph Sapp Son of Mr and i; ,
i Phone ::o-3 116 Court oh
Th. r, ,'u'I'I\r; Dlt't'tmgf th. :St.Starke l3 Ar
.t'j1frs; G 1.. Sal'P is It':1m for the r
H\"tIc t. r A was held Thunt I-I, : 111':1 I '
Army ThursI.prl : Florida

,, March 2t in the sehtxtf ,I l.br. nn thr': : .".I\t' .t..'..'. .\ .". .t.,.'. i xp I

,'t.. .. :h the president Mrus' S la\\I\ ., ,' { ,_ z ,
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,.". 'r : .\n ot "m't's, which t
't.' t h.1! f.lr this 1nHtm JF/ I
r _
was on",1 due to the email:: uxeineverything _

,t''n rk 1 rlI

Th I' T A al'pn'j'iated S' cJ &I

fI" of darkening '!'..o"i" .
r ;.rinse
but !
pree .
: t .11 ff showing nvvieA' s iU2c

'..' noise of the buxnes.w DELUXE ,.

:;.( ,,. t ."Ial hour was enjoyed COOPER I I

"I !:mt'Dt8't' sl'n'f'd tya' the n ew tho coo ttSpV .l ,

"'- \It jo' .I J Iol'wu11.rs, TOOl J.t4r- 20% .
es Aftlet& .. J .'
\ ?dL I W'1991ns. and Mis bGuar.. -Ii. L
I IMw adIt's \\'IU --I ,
11' liat><,,n. s I1F -
StruC' 1I. 6.tll. lh __1- _
t &1 1Ii
n."t regular meeting :s hie agau.s. -, +
i r or i
:::::::.. ',.-.lied! for Thursttav night, I 1.\\ 31 f biluN s6an-t C .7511'

-\\t ;30 acid the "-II Club guts : Fot 1 fun Lailuee 'ear J{ 1 0 a _

\.11 t! bP I\ charge oC the' program -ctidental:

: : ..' evening. An parents are s ustoday_____ rlus Tax .

;-.J};,;;::1 r"I'\ attend "Butti

hirlbda)% ('t'lrbrlt :;: ", "CER THORITY Of THE COCA CO.A CMPAWY 11

Air .tnd 1 Mrs Wro Lawh'n were

c(".:.1.-...-. ,-,: 'hr h..n..n'.s at a joins birthday LI I: DINKINS : STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANYI

their duUren
A-- i:nn'r given by at I

ht"t home last .sunJ.\J is c regyend Iro.k-'O'k: 0 1951. n,( COA.OlA (OMPANfaQtDFbRD

The dinner was! served underthe l Phone iS Starke Fl.'J i

p&f,.. rnrA .11'0111\\..... \riai ; \ .
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"- --- -- -- -
l Millie Ann Miss DickinsonTo WCTU :I to ----- - -
? Conway Members i ly gther a surpr.se housewarming female puppy whu-h is pan dachshund Call: St Wf'lint'S.t.i't'ar::-._

.. ,' -i: 'Weds Ernest L. Lane Wed Mr. Fraustro Meet At Tabernacle shower they gave her a and part "Curb setter :Inv bdb\ ahp! t.'r or. he t h.
I IJf of gifts for the Greens' would claim it before her
I young- as a :Upel pm" Yes. I K'
-, i i In Home Ceremony i \! \ -.; .> Avery president. :lovely new home on the Raiford sters get t"attached to it 'twas Apnl Font's Day l- .:
I f r .. road it is rumored that Rita [ and Beverly
: -.r theV C T. U LUapp wishes she gator was real ""'
:M.ss Millie Ann Conwa.. ms
.' Robertson of the State Farm and p I could have her ,.
.. K: lay afternoon, which pt black and white found on :N' .
Cr n'1
Mrs. Lillian % \ )
.1 hter of (
; f ..' <.<: ..-. :ne Tabernacle Assex.M Don Ray Tiller will middleaisleit I male puppy back that looks likea .
; \
.' nt'pliSh'l ::: kr
"f Starke, and Ernest Lee I.f 1. x. tic
{ T on May 1st at the home ofRlta's bulldog seers It fll..i ,
-. Mrs Evan Holt of ?*" '. Q ::ley. as Chairman I how it f : .- ? a:1 .
a r 'J < aunt in Archer be :Isore kds: hi>nn :rom s.-hot,; .
j p '' :N '' carried ma' +. ; .r.: ::aJ Life Department 'nt'd.t w.ts bire: 1 r'\
T were looking for a formal announcement ,; ... .'_ .. .
1 *.-. :..-.:ght service on I Iar' .Y u --. ..:: devotional and gavet t tt' ::; !? .:' : sun

'hF home of Mrs. J. P Rob--: wes :t--tr.g points on how to In a week or so Sorry t):: theuk: ; :.<: :: -A ,., K At.h.ive ': ,' -t.tt H.," .

.. r., .. Christian and to hear that Noble Maxwell :snot :.sev.iis: .:ef. .'
r i .r : (,f the bnde. The douni-:: p a. .. !" ; : Temper- :.VKI-- :> \ r.er t 3
't; ..-";.< e was performed by ReL I i :> The noontide prayer of getting along so well and is 'including John Adams. Emil Ann &:.".,., :- :-..... .........'" ....tlC.t, \ '
[ '. Snepherq of the State Farm \V < T members around the back :n the hospital this timeat Lewis and ('hirh'! Ch.,:' :'t': :: \\' '' : : Iw: : .'

a :-IK traditional wedding m
,' .' jsed with Mrs Joe Jordan t' F :h.-.::.: After routine business Have you noted the latest fa to' bt-t'r : :, ; ,
among the teenage fair sex" \.V-. ,.
LawIoist. ;
5 : a piano and Miss Ali-se ?t : :her heads of departments were -
"Because" tE making a daily practice o: dv.r.ctheir c I
", who sang appointed as follows: : : : ,
4 hair one day blonde t-t
A Always" -- Child Welfare, Mrs. Florence [: -
decorated with a next brunette. and the next ., -
Tn! '- mantel was
J Hippie. Soldiers and Sailors, Mrs
of white gladi -. luscious red head ar.-.thr.c t
- # On eitherI' Wilma Johnson: Temperance and ,confuse their teacher ,': r. F -
r. chrysanthemums. Missions. Mrs. Mable :Mersereau: MUNTZ TVIS
4 r ",'. the improvised altar were 1i tfl one not to menvr: ::<'-xf
!Spiritual Welfare. Mrs J
E t.lteeT.enls of white gladioli and t )E' gray hair for non .trot! tt'. ,
i.ithemums flanked by white j'on the beauty sublet t j; ., "
I' >.-- m cathedral cande I abra. I! The engagement; :s announced The ireeting closed with a circle i! 'Out of Murl Gardr.er! i..- NOW IN STARKE

formed the background for 01 Miss Giac Margueiite Du kin- of prayer, after which the group operator. accidental!:) : >, -. s.

Ailing. son, dau::blT of Mrs J P. Dickinson gathered around the tea table for I customer in the wa>h:... ;r <

a : .' bride given In marriage by Route 1. Starke, and the refreshments and to hear excerpts 'other day and didn't hoi! r..t: .' 10 DOWN DELIVERSPHONE

.. mole Jewett C Fogg, chose late Mrs. Kickinson. to Bonifacio from the year's study book "Then !! tomer's frantic poird.r'F; o

: wedding a suit of navy sheer Fraustro Jr., of Melbourne son of and Now", given: by Mrs Couler j I door because Murl w.--, '" _

z; ,< nd.ne.! with white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Bonifacio Fraustro of Penney Farms. j I IVi1U Ij under the dryer -h.-::: .- \ 78

t' A t "MI ( trried a bouquet of white Sr. 411 Victoria St. Laredo Tex- got her attention! ..r., r -" ,
: :ui.ons, : centered with an orchid as. The date of the wed1 ling wfii} \ Circle Notices ; minutes which see Ted :l.ke >. rw:, ... III'A

.1 -.vhite Bible. be announced lat>-r.i and then at Se\n.n:! '.. r- / f

.a zA .. ...- bridesmaid Miss Jo Ann i The Baptist \V M. U. circles shop the other dat..,\ v..,- -
:,-1.I.r: of Jacksonville, wore a Mrs. Johns Hostess will hold their April meetings at ,,, Mrs. "'. H I.yon* .I r.i !KIGiH. "r

Il '1 tf light blue gabardine with the following homes on Tuesday: i I both removed: 1h.."- WHY\ PAY MORE

)juiiK accessories, complimented Wesleyan Guild. Lorena Epperson circle Mrs. 'before getting then i h-: : 'A.,

lkt n! .i pink carnation corsage. Ralph Alvarez leader will meet and Mrs. Lyons. \\h. .\ :- .- .

sT M I i s Conway chose for her The Methodist Wesleyan Service with Mrs. Cula Coran on Church first. picked iif to tv ;t" '. .
Guild the home Graves Home
met of
at Mrs.
((1ljl: hter's wedding a suit of aq- Claude -John*. Sr. at the State
I Aiarine with a cordage of red Daisy Fowler circle. Mrs. Maxie I ito Kingsley lake :hk; .;
Farm on Tuesday evening with 22
roses Mrs. Holt, mother of the i i.;Carter leader will meet at the must be going blind !ht! .' :
merrbers and two visitors present. ': Mrs. J. E. Newsome at : ."till'tls (.raIt 1 J'w..ltltriu//
'.rd: Jroom. was gowned in beige home of | hardly see. and in tI i. P. t
;. : u i iue with a rose corsage The business meeting was led I J3 i o'clock. Etta: Fay, who was 'i-iif, .'
by the Ethel Sewell. ::
*Ii :Serving as best man for the president. i I i Ida Darby circle, Mrs L. Wynn. :dryer.. and trying tit r"-i.i: *, ; '
"" biidtruroom was Phillip A. Earnest Plans were made for a bake sale ;i leader, will meet at the home of : wiping off her glasses -.< iV.
,. be held 2 with the i
jj of Jacksonville to May proceeds Mrs S E Sparks at 2:30: o'clock.) vision would clear! amt :,...\ MILK25Cl.BUTTER
to to their furn-
91 i i Following the ceremony are- go I Dora Alderman circle. Mrs. II dawned on her that tl.e >h..I-M

f L-eptiun: was held. The bnde's table ishing the church office. Sharon A. Lawson, leader, will meet at had been switched wh,. }h t\ igreat .

:3 was overlaid with an importedcut Locke was made chairman of the I the home of Mrs. J. E. Wall at relief to Mrs L\ II r.> >\ 'c
I work cloth centered with a sale. Plans were also made for !t3 MILK 20c
and Mrs Ernest L. Lane o'clock. notified of the mistake -- QT.
the members to attend the Florida
three-tiered wedding cake topped Helen Masters circle, Mrs. F. B. I Ada Alexander who h.t- i.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADENMARK'S A with a miniature bride and groom. Conference Guild weekend at the I Beard leader will meet at the i'always most gen-n>ii> \\ \II'\ tin
> The cake wad: surrounded with Methodist Youth camp in Lees- I home of Mrs. L. N. Pickering at i Ilovely flowers. reports th.uh!10' \We Deliver Every Day

3 j plumosis fern and pompoms and! burg. April 1719. 2:30: o'clock.Doris !ihas spotted pasS"1 soy pit kr.ih! t'i

3 flanked by silver candelabra After the business meeting; the Knight circle Mrs. Dave |I posies without asking: pen--" ; : .,,', Sunday Included

FEATURE OF THE WEEK holding tall burning white devotional was led by Boots Paulk. leader will meet in the ifrom her. and the straw th.tt: III"'".

j !i! tapers. Silver trays held (reen. The program was led by I Educational Bldg. at 7:30: o'clock I| the camel's back wall'! !. ;u!JH-M- KT. 2. Il2'112} STAUKK. FI.A.
I PLENTYPARKIN [!'SE 01'RWIHJET( ;i! nuts and mints. Miniature noe- Melba 1'artin who had assistingher I Tuesday evening. Hostesses Mrs. ;! pickers went off with a (11"1'1; ( <>1'of

(. ( : PLAN I gays of pompoms decorated the Hazel Cressler, Elizabeth Nas- i> Nat Dankel, Mrs. J. M. Vickersand her Amaryllis lilies whi.h ,h<- riio.NK: st:{ roi: siu\: ici:

!I. ta ble. The punch table was also worthy. Audrey Newman Boots Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. Ivtis: saving for a spet-i} ,.U ..--
overlaid with an imported cut- Green and Eva Blair The topic i i i :i sion have >ou he.-" b.. ; nit siorni H i; rui < K mti\ LIt:
.i L 1 : I work doth and decorated with was "Events in the Last; Week of
[ ; Junior Club see Mrs. Hutto's 011 I h.d t ti.-t'
t : plumosis fern interperced'Ith the Life of Christ". I it is lovely hear: th.i! M\-'' .
i 'MP& }t I pompoms. Baring white tapers in Refreshments served during To Meet ,
were .
it: 1 Anderson will be < t !it !hi! 11; iu :
silver holders flanked the punch the social hour by the hostess i 54th birthday on Ka.sVi S .' !

4 > bowl. : assisted by Myrtle Anderson as The Junior Woman's! Club will : and little Debbie H.ntm.t::!?
: Mrs J. P. Moon rut the weddingcake have covered dish at the
cohostess. a supper ..
: I | brated her first? r.n M.n. I. L1.::
rj Mrs. D. F. IJonv presided A buffet supper was served at club house Monday evening at Alice Giihiiii.: >..\-M': :: "-1" iCS

.;i tttlI t- over the punch bowl and Miss Ann the home of the president, Ethel 7:30: o'clock at their regular the pel!ls.".:, tt : I' '.' i.I i.
:NVtzer kept the bride's book. Sewell last Friday evening at the ;monthly meeting.

l > Alter I spending some time with executive board meeting.Woots The supper will be in honor of ,I
i It'nl" the couple len for a wedding >new members and all membersare

I : trip in South Florida. C'aines of Atlanta, Ga., I urged to attend. THEATREKeystoneHeightsIn.

The bnde is a graduate of Bun- fiiimerly of Starke, was visiting Hostesses! for the evening will

Q : null High School and attended friends here Sunday Mr Cainesis be Dot Shepard chairman. Jo I I II ------- ---- -- --- ,

j': Jones business College. The bridegroom 1: spE'ndmgs'eral das in Jacksonville Ella Hardy. Ruth "Jitker, Janet .. ti.it. Apr.:1( :< I :-'l1n.. Mono \pl.| :" Ii
is an aviation eleclncian in.
) working on a project Turner. DOris Vickt-rs. Connie I.ana '(Miner
si!uctor i at :-:. A. S., Jacksonville. A r 6rir .
Sale '
3 there N'oegel and! Dot M-G-M -; -
oul-of-lown guests included! : 7 I .II\t.. '
-I -1 Mis Evan Holt and Thomas Holt, t HIGH \ DOUGLASADDKI:

mother and brother of the groom, 1 \ 94''U' :

j of Sanford. :-:. C., Mrs. Besdie CIa, k 4 ROGUES I ..PIDGO "
of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. D L I '
( .Actual Photograph from our Floor Stock) Die K
> : Durban, Evarth and Deanna Dur- ]>OWEI.L
Modern Blonde Dresser !'ban, Mrs. F. I1.) Boree, Linda -. MD'-a J- '" -s.

With 2G\.30: Plate Glad; Mirrow J J ..95Heir. j". fir Boree Mrs.Ann Mary N'etzer Bal, bt'r.Jo Ann Phillip Sl-in A. Th K.i.itfi: bunii> has been ,, fill operation F'ithl'I''iMrsiiichardi 'r r 1 1 I 1 m HAD I\\D ; ,

*l Earnest all of Jacksonville, and' 'i I Carter us now working ;'r'i BEd nFU1.CNl '
$66.93; Val f I hiding{ miilticolotcd eggs for aseries Always in style rug .
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. ,
Moon of Jack- m: the Tax Collector's office and UWFORO. Io ) ) \1'111! \( 110\.s
t ':'sonville Heal'h.tr.. and Mrs. N:. J. of children's parties. planned i vve'll miss Sara Gray in the Western Easter Wishes on handsome -

Matching Panel Beds I Johns and Palncia Ann Johns ol; by the Junior Womans Club, the Union office -- hear she has Hallmark Cards JANICE RUl/ENE j : WARNER

2500X1TK }E 'I Lake Butler.IIO'1llT.11..11)ll'. Sunday s'huolroups/ and Mrs. i retired I i 1I0wat r: BROS'' I

Key. $31 Val. Sale Trice ; >> .....IO\... Priest's kindergarten/ class Spotted Ann Gross bark i in Al'tr "BOA XTEHS" .
the parties started last Saturday, 'town 'tother day from Calf o 111 liJ __ 'F .

2 COCKTAIL CHAIR SALE PRICE 9.93) ; t I j i The following patients were a1i .. with the Junior Woman's Club' Virginia Smith is expel ted 1 11 ed.. Thur. Apr. s. !9 I .

members 1 home the end of the week fi nutted holding Easter
TAHLE 17.93; LAMP !9.95: i to Doctors Clinic HospUa'1 1 an egg/ I DENNIS, :
during the pAst week: lrs.eUu e'. hunt at the home of rookie Fowl-i I the Alachua General Ho.spita l I '
B Prevail. Betty Elizabeth Kirby, er after the egg hunt Cokes' '1 where she underwent a mints UODP-AN
I FLUE Plm""! AYAh'JA A alAn
: l: Mrs Dorothy Mccarthy Mrs. Bill- and cookies were served to the 'I Ito operation on Wednesday heal i: >
: 6CCRCI[ [ QUIY''H; 1Lf Ia7.iil-I. [it.t. lfii
DENMARKFURNITURE j ''It' Jean Gassett Marjorie Godwina'.l ;, childern and many mothers '!that the Stump sisters. Marj< n, I'lIONi 26. STAKKF., TL.1 1 [ ..
: of Starke: Mrs. Debtor Hall. present helping serve were Thomson and Evelyn Griffin attended -
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5 COMPANY I --- Baptist Primary A Dept. held ,I'Tallahasse Wednesday of I las 1: t HOW DO YOU GET THE

3 Other liargainn Too Numerous To Mention I\: .s.XV fountain jieii-S.UF.STKJIHUOOK. their Easter party m the City |I week Florence Brown will hi et 4 4

t A |M.int for elrrpurla.e ;1't Park on Church street from 1:30: home for the Easter holiday froFSU : 4
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( ($,ot:n XTV romplele TF.I.Kr.KAPH: at Im.U'OIm -. to R 3:30 Dept: o'clock met the and same the afternoon Primary :' Hazel: this Green weekend was a .surprised. hear thai g.r:il MOST S W ATe H S DOll A R S Sf 4 4

w t"i their party at Quigley Park i] > 4
t 1 last! Friday evening when 2f o: --- ------- 4
----- On Tuesday afternoon the 4
r.'r friends dropped in unxpe> tf: SAVES YOU ( 4
:Nursergroup of the Baptist I ELGIN WATCHES 5 DOLLARS $ .4

SJLj' hurch held their Easter ".tn\ AWAAAAAAAAAAAA1 AAAAAA A ;
0 0000 p tt: the home of Martha Y.tn. \ Bought Before April 5th EI.'.SPK1.M.T1MK \ \ 1\1. 4

.ii'.tl the Baptist Beginners I 11.,1" 9

I.o I. held their egg hunt at the O L 'i ELGIN WATCHES SAVES YOU 5 DOLLARS $ 4 4
Fri. Sat.
-April 3. .1 1 I.msin home in Pinehui.st :Sun\! haL 4

DOl'llLlFEA Tlln: Thursday fternoon the Pi.- Bought Before April ::th KLLOIKTKSV(;I ( KKD1T( 4 4

bvterian Sunday school 4
;. had their egg hunt on the church SAVES YOU DOLLARS 4
lark Gable and .\\a Gardner ELGIN WATCHES $ 4
grounds Thursday aftren or. beginning 4

SPECIALS -AndFearless att o'clock and t "El.dIX KEI'AIKS" Dl KA I'OWEHIainprin:\ WILL NEVER; BIlE \K 4 4
Fagan Thursday morning Mrs Priest'-* 4
t Jeanel Leigh and ('arlt'tun class had their egg hunt the SAVES YOU DOLLARS 4 4
On A Limb C $ 4
.--:.. ('allk'ntt'r{ youngsters of the Catholic church Out 4

I 8 x 10Portraits PICTURE, \1') Color (fartK and S, ri.11 will have their Easter party Sunday ftft-- "EU.IN( KKPAIRS'( WK I SK: (I.EM INK; Ii..l.\ MATKKIAI. 4 4
morning following Catechism
That's OurUusiness 6 With ftft
Sun, Mon.-April ;5. 6 class on Saturday afternoonthe ftft- SAVES you Time SAVES you Money SAVES your Watchd 4 4
I Junior Dept. of the Methodist ftft 4
0 :, The Half-Breed church will have their egg huntat High Values? ftft ftft 4 4

I 3.00 In TechnicolorRobert the home of Mrs G H Farberon 4

!-P11 e i Voun; and Janis Carte So Adams street at 3:30: VALUES are up! Are you The Glft-Time of A 4
(.aarttton and \ew.. "Mock and the Nursery. Kinder- (''insurance defenses up too Llfehmee 4 4

o I garten and Primary depts. of the Or if disaster !strikes wi II 4

I 3 x5'sThree 5x7 Tues.. April 7 ONLY: same church will meet that same you be caught with too littl EASTER BIRTHDAY GRADUATION 4
afternoon at the home of Mrs. 4
the 1 loss 7Don't
0 Way Of A GauchoGene insurance to cover ftft- 4
For I E. K Perryman Madison street ftft- .
Three For
Tierney and Rory CaUd I at 3:30: o'clock for their egg hunt take a chance. Mak e. Beautiful Selection To Choose From 4 4
Cartoon and \e1111'ed. 4
on Sunday after church the sure NOW that you hav.adequate .e ,
3-00 6.00 9e I First Christian Church youngsterswill to-the-minute ir p 4 4
FEATURE-April have their Easter party at I'Durance protection. Call on u:,: : AT $33.75 $295.00 4 4

- 1 o'clock at the Clyde Colsons1 on > 4

::;; I SALLY AND Alton Road and last but not least >* See Our Windoic{ DisplayED 4 4
322 the Sunday school of the 4
Chris J. Newbern Studio I SAINT ANN
Episcopal church will have their H. C. WALLAGENCY 4 4
-.rr L t Ann llljth ant Edmund Men Easter party Monday afternoonon +k GEM I JEWELRY 4 b
.+ Brown Hid :Near Tostoffice Starke Fla. SIMPSON 4
:;-..... }; \nd- the Parish house grounds at > 4

3 30 o'clock 4 ,
HOl'KS WEDNESDAY: 3 P.}1. S:30 P.M. Rose Of CamerronIn 4

.' SATURDAY 9:30:: A.M. S P.M. Natural Color See ALce Anderson is workingat Phone 146) 'it "The Home of Fine Diamond 4 4
Stump's during the Eastern
rush Ola Mae Sapp is P nch- 200 E. Call Street > 4

-I! Also News :hitting at Leila's while Sue Miles I j Starke I .. .... ................ ....

I is hone convalescing from are. .' ........ ... .J I

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l1:m.\\' .M'RIL 3, 1913 ....
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\f-! d--i Mrs J S Sapp Mrs I, Mr W L Cooper :s spe!! dir.g: Re' aril ML I1 H..-.t'''' -... t F' .f' :" : ,\ H'. '. K :. .... :- V \ ', ..: .:. .: '. V- V.!"- > V.\ .. ,,

PI' Reddish and Mrs E J the weekend ::1 Sar.f..rd visiu.gfnends -- uest> t-m'''sr. tre: F.o"t v: *:. ;:; ..i : kr:, .v r. : e _" .:::e::.".,: !':-,'''':-. :t' ,:-. h"'t':.:: ::-: J.t, ""':-. and da..";." :'f. :Sari. i'i 1 Ja.,hk.He .

OjAl.ng. Sr attended serves! at day Mr and Mn. T D Bran ..: .i ?ng ..,d i.: .n :ht't' r.t; ', .,:k :.;.:,: Tt.JrsdctY: spent Sunday with Mr <

! ..-*'k Church <>n Sunday Pat McGnff of the U of F is Wedgef.eli; S C Mr B F hos +lta: M -" I. use Steer art! Reard: :Mrs Ji.-..u> Smith

Mrs W H N'ollman spent' the spending the long weekend with Haines <.f A'tarr.or'e: Spnng Mr a"d Ms Na' l'ya' ad M I: \\' $ M- -\t'\::: .Uaed: .t M.ir,! Xtrx \\' H R '.s1 o- :-
weekend her sister his parents Mr and Mrs G. JtrGriff. and their son Lewis Hanes from suns and Mrs T R Case\ spent
;past: visiting i '::, t'r: .-: .\i\V-: :ast; Fndav eve.de. 1 I'etersbr.l: urte!! :spend the w"rrJ -
Irs TV Oliver at St Simons '- Sr Stetson University Sunday at NV.\ Smy ma Bea v. ...
IN THE NEWS I Mr and i '.i.:1Mrs: 1'.1 .- ptiryt '
Island Ga and another sister Claude Johns Jr was home for M L. Lawson and and Daytona BeahMr .

z. '- ___ I I Mrs C W Denny in Savannah, the weekend from FSU family spent Sunday afternoon and Mr -r--il I Wma" later: t hu ks. .it s trunk. v : .,- i 't1v H X.'":'.-ir

Dr and Mrs T Arthur Moeley ,with Mr and Mrs A B Woodham of Raleigh N C. -ormer res- -, .
. ,' '. .!;> Oa .v.n..v.ny.v.nvnt VT, .. ..WWVVVVVVr
> M'KOXL MUCK'S on KaMerphotARrapho. : of Jacksonville are spending the Beach of Starke were recent e .es- =
f T> ', and tamely: < :r Mi t t'lt.l'k! erhI ath: her par '
'i (hri- J. :Nrwf Easter holiday with their son-in- Faster Chicks. at :sjstrunkVRev of Judge and Mrs E K Pe"\ 7.Piece ;
M-! c H Walters 0} Jt< Ms: Mr! ti-.j MiI E Clark
f"- :stu li. :Starke.Mr law and daughter. Rev and Mrs and Mrj, J, W Conyers of man. Mr iVynan is itForestry :" > ( I '
.. .trifl Mr. and"Mrs L I It Mr aril Mm Drew Kedduh of Gainesville were dinner of Dept at the r-\t'v- .. LIMED OAK
T. G. Mitchell guests
and Mrs J A Martinez and .
Gainesville have moved m with
.1. 'Jamesville i iV of Rev and Mrs W S McAhlex of North Carolina >
George Flynn Jr and party on \
N who
Sheriff and Mrs! P II Reddish! family of N'ewark. J are DINING ROOM
irvl Mra Herman H'dg'w! the weekend at theI SundayMrs 15 N.'y HrpsHi rrtlui-eti f..r
the Tampa spent
to spent
''If F roving
.I Nana Jean V. .Utd! [JI.-* .1 ::r.1 :Ht r.g: A J Faster: sellinc at LcOi's Irexs
a)" unujfti'T early part of the week visiting R Wamwnght cottage on Thomas Sr and
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(HI 111111 Wanda Tii r- visited daughter. Clance shop.
ilgr* :Mr and Mrs Joe Martinez Kingsley Lake and also are spendingthe
JlJ w" .JlI' inei'. ;. '".., 25 spring: suits redmed f >rK.a.stiT Mrs I G Hams and -on Gary, George' parents the senior'Flynns I II weekend in New Orleans Mr Mr and Mrs J T Prev!: .I)h: i \ssN/ Was $315.95
.. v' Mlling at IiUs Dress I of X 1'are
i. n hu 'ritot :eft Wednesday for a week s visit i I Thomas. who was to accompany Long Island. visiting

ntA't'kt'nd :shop. with Mrs Harris' parents Mr "-.') Nay Dre.s..-, reduced for them, was taken suddenly ill and Mr and Mn J T I'revatt Sr ., NOW 269 .953 4

And Mrs Eric Moore in Broxton Kaster selling at I>ila's Ir..... had to remain at home for !several weeks J phone '0 Starke, Fla, 4

Judge and Mrs A Z Adkm.- ,, ...___ -a- YOU :
',A j shop. : Mr and Mrs Ernest J jne- : JOtlando J SAVE $46.00

Mr and MrsV B Dowhng Mr and Mrs Ned Yancev and are expected home this weekend w.l spend the wrrl': .

THEATRE !'i r >ve to Daytona Beach Wednes- (.family were visiting Mrs Yancey's 1 after two weeks' absence whilei with Mr :aril: Mr! .I--\ :.: ., i

<. of last week so Mrs Dowhng mother Mrs J P. Stevens in I i i Judge Adkins went through Duk and! family J JN

STARKE '.i.Id celebrate her birthday with:, Sanford on Sunday I Clinic. N C for observation )lun I'rtti'oii.'l.';S \ s'

..r i 1' twin brother. Elbert Edwards 1 Ulster: ('hie t., at sistrunk's.Mr 'r:,While away they also visited then at Vila's. Dress shop: [

Dedicated To Community Service MrMae Edwards who has beer I and Mrs Don Neel of I soninIaand daughter. Dr and 1n

">Io\l-. Ar,< Itrtlr Than Kver" .ting Mr and Mrs Elbert Ed,, Newark N J, are moving to Mrs B A Pope Jr and family i I '
( ( IM,
.\ ,ir.Is for the past month, re. Jacksonville in the near future Norfolk. Va
If find rame concealed in the Florida Theatre Adcut | TilE Ol'KMM; (; OK VI.OlM.
jou our urned home with the Do\v lings.inni.iH. and are at present staying with Mr and Mrs C C Hoppe oi'
ad out and present it to : / Marigold.. Cornflov,!r Mrs Neel's parents, Mr. and Mrs Tampa and their son. James fronU i I

Sat. April .i ONLY Tuts, \\ed.-April 7, S I and other annuals. Alsomar>li.. One Wiggins I of F were visiting Mrs 0 L .. i 1 I
1 hulliH. K. I'. Young Christian. Mrs. Willa Mae McIntyre and Beaslev and Mrs. J. W Kincaid< '
uot) 'UtE FEtTCIIET ;
st. children of Auburndale spent the Sunday. :

T \.. \ f Mrs C C Mendoza and son. weekend w ith Mr. and Mrs. W E N'jlon IVtticoals $1.93> ., #2.!tl> r ri

'lift. of Jacksonville sited Mimd ". Thornton at I/eilas Dre*>s :--httJ'| I.. .. j I

"ROCKY 1vu' Mrs. T. J. Griffin on TuesdayMr The Soul Winners Training Mr and Mrs Harry Tilt Kei I SANITATIONSYSTEMS -.- 4
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I j Similar \ t'
LANE and Mrs Dill Loner an.d I 'Tnion of the Baptist church met were called to Pine Harbor net' 4

CLACK'.l. 4 JACK o ;. / !lighter Mary Dena. of Gaines_ at the home of Henry Martin on Savannah. Ga. recently) bth 1 ,., : ..t (;00(1 Clean Slightly I'scdGLIDEABED 4 4

rJ Mln' M1ijl lie i spent the weekend with Mrs i. Monday evening tor their Cottage death[ of Mrs Tucker's sister-:1):!) 'inl't: P107"1! 4 4

S I ''J.' II Long Prayer meeting law Mrs Florence Elizabet!I Welcome Yuur I Kirbv Alan 4

.1.: Mr and Mrs Frank Ilerlong, Nylon :slips $3.9: & $.98 at Scholl I.a Mon, Mrs LaMnn ann I J .U'K SIKMBKstarke. 4 4
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Dr M B Herlong and Carn IA'ila's Dres Shop her husband operated the well .
.!Y- : I I..n.1.1 $139.95COME
Adams went on a fishing trip t<(> Mr and Mrs R McDowell known D<>tv '-, Fishing Came 1 Phone 1 12fi.WALVAREZ' I -

1 { Crescent City Wednesday, of Jacksonville will be dinnert mecca fur "p"rts 1 ,'nir.. e 1I'tt! '! ; IN 4 4*
NOW\ 99.95
1 \, X)lun Slip. $3.9 & ${.JH a t guests of Mrs C F Ward Tuesdav 4

+ A IIFUUXOU I.-ila', Ilr,.. h..ll. .
1'111.'u: }IHI want to IM a ILuhe.,, TODAY 4

I / I W II Beck of the r, S. Nay V Mr. and Mrs George Carter 'I'n's Clothing YOU SAVE 40.
lur" 'urtoon and I'amou, llolijwood '- 4's
\ will be discharged today and hand epent from Friday toTuesd 1ay: wIthe Ii II STORE 1'1 'I
rel I Estahlished l.sill! :
-AndMAJIC (oiiiedi.uis one his wife, the former Iren Mrs J. II. Fields while niouteo : \ i Tills Fl KMTt UK IS NOT I D \\IJBD(

| Bryan of Starke, plan to go t from Cottondale. Ala. to their I u.u.u..u.A..AAu..Au.aA.ua a. a.a
FACE A. 1'. \ .\KNBSThur. {:
j, his home Rock Island Ill to hviI 1'I e i I home in Cocoa. --- --I

I John J and Dale) f1 Murray c If Robert Beers returned to. hit
.Mtl.-r und Knight Fri. April 9. 10 i
Chicago Ill are visiting the irihome: Newport, R. I. on Fridayand :
HUH 'Trur> Uoo" Cartoon antil'hapter '
mother Mrs F J Ackerman 'after ten days' visit with his sis- \ <
No. IS VrlalMUS. q 20lh Ctnlury Foixmn i>' -.aCCtstiC.O
Mr Ackerman this week ter Mrs Joe Arnold and Mr
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after; ('links at sistrunks.Mr Arnold. '' s a
{ 0. A, ANIIEI'cun () { : It Here from
rOL : and Mrs D P Orr of North 15 IS.it> ( Chick free with 2;) ll>s
rants ,
: Mon.-April 5, G xu Ri';im'h Mich who are wintering:('hick Martina at $1.71) Tuesday,

# MONROE COTIEN DETERS ,,111 Sarasota will arrive Monday \pril 7. sistrunk's Feed & Seed

V % i .... : 'ind! be t the guests of Mrs C 10'\\I I1V.ud I('0. a
TOWN ;'.' I On Wednesday they will Mr and Mrs J E. Hardy and!
." I
hUIV 1SA'I I i' a "'"'\ :" I I',. \i. iIr, MII higan taking ;MrsWin family spent Sunday with Mr and PHIL CO e, .

1 ( I) II I I '\ d! with them She will\ visite"ds Mrs 0 W Bam' in Brooker 9

s. : and relatives in Michigan'' Dr. and Mrs A. A. Kartsonis
11.S.Y { j Hid ('anada: will spend the Eal'ter't'kend in
.1(1011 -.I.I MI. ,.. I
WEBB rAGE1 NAGNR HUSSHus 1-,, i! 1.1 nlhy: > ( hick* free with 2..i>> 111"1 Tarpon Springs with Mrs Kart- _

a |I ('hic'" sfartena at $I.; ), Tw..d.i)'. son's' parents, Capt. and Mrs
"llnd,'rcda I 1
'e' \"ril i.: Si.tnnik', 1'.rd &. St't',1 John E Tsavaris -- :d
,\nd late V.orld ;Nt'"" 1'111.. "Knife Throw,'r" 1 eat lire 11it I, Co. I .-----::.::::.:. .t
_. .... Mr and Mrs E A. Rowton and I- --- -"
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i S-t and Mrs R W Reese and family of Tallahassee were guests = __ *::.
I -
-. -I' h'ldren' Il'ft't'dnesda',' for Larpi'ii .. from Saturday to Tuesday of Mr. -9. ,rrrrrEj.; __ T"W4_ \

I An Force Base, at Io..f's.and Mrs W H. Graham. !, I ., '\ :; \1
Like Wash where Sgt. Reese i Mr and Mrs John W. Griffin of : : f I I --1 : I _
OFFKKSnn I will be stationed for the next'I '
Ochlocknee. Ga and Mr and Mrs (/ : i
: I }" '/ Maurice Anderson of Meigs Ga.will = fLLLLU- ; \ \
Mrs Bernard Cohen of Aberdeen. .k4. \ '
| spend the weekend with Mr I : \ \
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I Md. Mrs Edward Nix Jr and Mrs F. F Stump. ,, -....,.
SELECTION OF of Kansas City. Mo and Ronald r: KDDINC.: MIOTOC.RP1IY --- ..

Andrews of I arris Island! S, C that pleases. Chris J. New hern : I I -:.. So Completely Automatic

will spend the Easter weekend studio, starke. ,. ., ii

\ \with\'. L.their Andrews.parents. Mr and Mrs H A. Lawson and son. Bud. and III + I I > I 1'1 j I IT THINKS FOR ITSELF !

SuitsSince : Joe Jordon were in New York on I
Spring ;Mrs J, E. Hildel bran 2'(. I I
was in I
to Wednesday
business from Friday i
I Jacksonville on Monday I II I*' Tlii'first nfriR(>ratorrvcruit) ] that Rivcsrom-

Mrs; Virgil Mathews and daugh i % I'lctcprotti-tionothothrn-hh.indiro/!
I Mrs J E Wilson will spend the > r uri I
Then Opened Their Doors For UWii/l's. I. ter. Patsy of Neptune Beach weekend with her sister'. Mrs S y I 4 I r 'Y Ideally halami-h U'mjK'ratun- l humidity
visited Mr and Mrs Gail Mathewson I 'i i..: in fresh fuse compartment Never too wet ort
In 1S9ITltLKK r Dell Sr: in l anestrlleLOAN -r. -Srj .l I I k ,
I Sunday :r s 1 I M iV"jl co dry. Stores fnizt-n foxes: at zero in ;(?pa-

I ;.') spring suits reduced fur : r ;, i 1 ', _' rate built-in fret-A-r. And all utomaticaUy.i .
Easter selling at I-eila's Dress
( AM n + Shop.
\ 380 to 42 even cold keeps fresh food rasher
I Billy Colson flew here from New w*

Sl:11 EII. L 'York over the weekend to visit i>, i : I Controlled humidity. nodrying no sweating
M his Dr. and Mrs
parents. Lemuel
I. i Automatic defrosting in a new and better way
I Colson. and his family in Gainesville ti I
before going: to Atlanta Ga. i e No dial or bother-perfecl refrigeration_

SPRING .. Clair Jean Mundy will spend the TOUP E' j ,- .a I automatically adjusted| to your needt.

weekend with Man' Rivers Stubhirs 4 w

I m Tallahassee I

t R I MiLendon of the State
SUITS Fi ;n r: underwent an operation at I

15.\i 1".1"r Hospital on Monday and

-< :ne tlciig] nicely' ,

Mr I W D Faxon and daughter TO $$300 !

Parade In One Of These Handsome, n toF i nna Pee were in St Petersburg Philco 1138 "Automatic". Here'sthe

lass lr.Jv-Tailoretl Suit Hv. (Curie imFiidai; to Monday visiting only refrigerator that !gives t-

Or Seas di f'lativesUF.I PRIVATE you this new kind of perform at.in freezer rante. -" &__ I

; >lI\(ix; our specialty In addition the famous Huge s I I

$a J( Chris J. \e\\hcrn studio, Broun PROMPT Dairy Bar with exclusive Christ- f r e e z e 5Kt't'pt'r. i -
From Bid?., near post fit,.-.*. 'I I! .Fully AdjustableShelves. Sh arp ----

Mi :and Mrs W G Haile left \ M
Smart Be\oW I
51)1.50) j t ', FRIENDLY new "Key Largo" color.) 1)00 t -
Thursday to the Easter at
Nothing can match it for features i .L-
] ice i ..
\ hohda\s In Miami[ with Mr and and value.) He sure to see it. roods and
II J Mrs Woodfin Haile and family. SERVICE teat ck freezes fast. Kt't'p8 ice
I cubes .
ind lack Haile ,i i hd indefinitely

to $47.50 # I Mr and Mrs E U, Chaibonneau I'c r-ff f ffr f f_f_f j-jf f f ff._ I ('ream --

of St Petersburg will) arrive

AIIO11' Monday to be guests of Mrs C. F STARKE I i ;' 1 : i r .

Ward and other fnendsMr Loan&Finance j t\ tA' J
WINGS AND and Mrs S. G. Denmark i I .. :

.\ and family visited Mr and Mrs 11/''l' 2-Door Philco"Automatic"
r .' D L Thorn and daughters In CO.PHONE I
= Baldwin on Sunday Phl'tO'
h i .
Zinnia. Marigolds, Cornflower 160 \2.6rand \2. cu' H.t -

nnd other annual. .\1.... \niarvlisbulbs I In ( anO\'a Drug Store \953-1 to All the exclusive feature! s

\y K. K A.urn?. (hnstian t or and performance of 1'tuko : _.- f 1

:*t. "Automatic"deaignpfwthe s ; 0

1-95 to _. -. .--- .- qs convenience of doors Huge ___- ?" { f',
U1J ,- -- 12: .1 cu. ft capacit Giant !_ ,, ; Jf
4 Master Freezer stores -'- LL

5.95 STARKE 4 4 -- almost 90 Iks. of frozen- '
4 i i
4 foods. Yes refrigerator plus

P f rtezer,mbined in one Ask ;

l RADIOS TV SERVICE r \ U about liberal trade-in offer. ; I Iq

-7- ; =--

g ;e. STRAW HATS E Reasonable Guaranteed Service -44 4 :i, :' -=---

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'''''': On All Makes Radios or TV 4 : -.. M '.
4 I 1\ \ \ \

\( l1j $] .95 to $7.50ALVAREZ' .. ." IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS 3 !I II!I,

:j i : NOT {aYI INC; YOU 4 4

.!', ri Yf; 1 SATISFACTIONCall 4 4 4 Griffis Bros. Appliance Store tr '!

!! 4

STORE 1. w- .-_ 198-\\V At Once 4.4 4


x: 'Since 1S91'Starke. :'. E. Call Street Next Door To Nasvvorthy's 4 4 LAVTEY, FLA. Store Hours 7 A. M. 7 P.M. MAXVILLE, FLA.



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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTT Ohio Mr and Mrs Wsllian! went Jaucsorviile: .n his : : x: t" Ir" :'.1.1::> ::':.i:..:. ,\d.5 -;: ; -
with her to Richmond Va where Scales Grwer Tht're.s cu.isid- pang .1 Jatkaun.iSa:1da: : ,. -- --- -

Keystone Heights they will visit relat.ves From ,erable speculation as to who is{,I 1 E. Pease of St. Mans. Ga
'there Mrs Tim.Tons will) go on to"olumbus the prospective tenant but so1 I I was a business visitor here Thur-.

r>) Mr Sara McDonaldUU&AIUUAUAUALl1UA ( and Mr. and Mrs Williams far this correspondent ha.not day. For Easter ,
will return to Keystone been able t.; divo'.T u h" I it avvvv.vvvvvvvvvvvvv..vnv Maggie Crews and Ellen N- Feasting

C Frank Usble. for several year :JacksonThese
The ''omrrunuv fhur'n Women a resident of Keystone Heights :
t"., d "nh, heon at th I'&rk-of-tha .died last Monday in Riverside attending the Union at i t
aim lmsng room (,1. Wednesday Hospital after a long illness! Interment HIGHLANDI Oak Grove were Janette Gnffis
-0.-i Mar h &J, with' 53 members present was private The busy ,|I Evelyn! Norman Maudie Smith.
After luncheon the group ad- I was cremated He is survived by By Mrs. Jju-j Norman Ellen Norman and Rev. E. C RELY ON Aap's
rued to the lounge and heardan ,his wife, and several children and Hun}'.
interesting talk by Miss Lea grandchildren all of Cincinnati.' UU..U..U.UAAAAA.U Many friends and loved ones '

man of Starke wni i"j>erjt several Ohio I Highland lUptist ('hurl h attended the funerals of Richard ft MONEY-SAVING "iXClUSIYES
.ears !m missionary work in India I Mr and Mrs. John Kalligarosof Carter and Fred Wimpie. r I ill
Sunday school 9 45 a m each
and 1 is now retired Music was Long Island, :;. Y. are expected Mr and Mrs Carson Gnffis xi /ono Plain or SelfRisingC.t
'urnished by Mrs D. Willis at the | next week as visitors of Mr Sunday Worship service 11 a. m were shopping in Jackson\ille
-. piano and Miss Bobby liastedo.viho and Mrs. Fred Leonhard.Mrs. Midweek prayer servIces each Thursday
sang Boehm has gone north fur'Wednesday evening 7:30: Teach-
r The Keystone Heights Woxan'a the summer. era meeting each Saturday 7:30'; ': \\lf1' PAY MORE when F:>TF.RKROOK 25 Lbs
+Mb met Tuesday. Mar 24 Hoaeste Mrs. Ixiwther has gone to liar- p m. W C Hardee supt of Sun- '. offers the best fountain 1 .47
for the day were Mrs. Fran- risburg. Pa. but will return soon day school) HeE r Harvey pen at only $2.37? Uideariet> I
.is Hark and Mrs. A. J. Holl!!. We understand she has gone to pastor C"ILC <"u' and l J.,.r->n.i with of colors and points at BIL\D-:
Thpr... re very proud to be the,arrange for moving her furniture us FORD COC' Y nUA: Il\I'U. ,

rust ,r.. use the new stove. Plans' here. -- ----_____________nnmmV.. ., t, t !", el 1l
..ere made for a card party to be Mrs. Bill LaMort and two chil TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' J
c ven.n Friday, April 10. at 8 dren are here for a visit at the fill '
(' rn I in the club house Invitaon Inn with her mother.. Mrs R A I, ,
> vii) be bent nut for this Weeks r I t Y j,11 1rp -
,.ar'., .n a few days Members are C. E. Miller and R. W. Wdlk.-r 1 4 f ,,
invited to bring their fnends regular winter visitors here h.i.' ,. T __ i Easter
Plans for the Fashion Show to be gone on a trip which will in. I lode y \
held on Saturday, April 25: were California Oregon and Nevn: discussed and some progress They are expected: bark :..v-w L t-L,,
made After the brief business time in April.
Of'ftBlhfl .he meeting was turned !I Mrs. Norman Miller, who has
VPI t.. the program Miss Hubby bf'en1s1t1nK in Keystone ha rl,, c \
Hast*.(1!',. accompanied by Mrs I). gone back to her home in }It'ndt'l'C. Fr\\ FRESHEST ,. I ,,r,. l t, : as gold cake lavishly covtrcd with chocolate,
'Willis hang (Iwo songs and Mrs 'son. N. l ,. at ., topped with perky little chicks. Attractively packaged.
Market L Hichard.1 read some Mrs. Johanna Brockschmidt and i
-it her own verses. Mrs Richards I Mrs. Clara Reuel. of Chicago, who Y
in i talented writer who has one! have been staying at the L\ t FINEST i'
book of poem to her credit and Cresta Apartments, have gone on //4 i
several poems in national publications a trip to Clearwater and Miami
Her readings were very From there they will go back to
much enjoyed by the group The Chicago. // DRUGS Harris I '
'ex- regular meeting will be April I Copeland S James, son of Mrs \
il I Anna James, who has been .erI \'- I Oz Con
Mrs Leaman. Miss Alttr.stnIm.1 I ing in the Navy in Korea and the AVAILABLE I TUNA 6 13C Fruits and Vcget
\1'8' R<'hick and Miss Klmamling-1!far East, is on his way home to r I
n"-i left last week for a short tnpi i'the states. I L.N:
St Petersburg and South Flo- !1 D G Peters, of Cristobal, Canal 1 : U. S. White No.1f1
nil a Zone owner of the La Cresta ANYWHERE I \ Sugar RoseTOMATOES No Limit |

Mi and Mrs Burton are leav- j Apartments will be in Keystone \f1 Can 4 AC POTATOESLbBag S
nj; this week for North Carolina Heights some time in April Mrs. S j
Mi Burton has closed his garage Peters will arrive in June and jI
and repair shop and does not planto resume her studies at the Univer-j 1 If! :
THERE IS no substitute for fresh, J 10 37CI
return to Keystone for some sity of Florida. I I
Another in new ParkofthePalirsMiss house has beeni'artf.1 who June have GadJe}J"t'n1siting of the Canal in Zone Key- !i i pre crplionJere you are sure of the I B I SCUITS S Con 4 AC 1 Large Yellow T

Gladys Tillis entertained stone, have gone to fit Petersburg: purest drugs the highest degree of faultless : Lb C
\\'uh a card party on Friday but will return to Keystone I
and BANANAS 12
Mar>'h 27 It was a celebration of Heights. accuracy professional, experienced skill]
.wu> birthdaysthat of Mrs. Pat. Mrs. Anna James has just returned -. Fresh Colored I
Fraher and Mrs Helen' Merrill of from a trip to St Petersburg ] t'I -
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\1'. APRIL 3, 1953: PACIK SMOUt rES:
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l est 'mpath!'. \tendance. sticks up at the present :: <

rr AHnin3nr We had hoped to have services The sweet corn that we have Ramp Coh.!!. 2b.:! hIts 1

., in* new church building on planted on the farm ts doing flnf" boy. how that youngster can :

BY CLINT \ BONNER ./ Easter Sunday but the floor I and is several inches tall. Charles Jackson: ss. hits .' .

CHURCHES sn't laid in the mam part of tie The ag boys have been practicing is very young but can hand:

budding and the worst part of it is I driving the tractor through hot spot with old-man senseJ.
that no one has been helping i I poles and we did all right withoutthe Chandler. 3b and p. ti-;

I much except Lottie Starling and '! trader. So Mr. Ferguson put has a wicked m-. hoot. s::

her I the trailer on and the fastest was armed and able
I daughter. Lillian
Baptist Church Methodist ChurchThe Jesus Loves Even MeA i Pot" Jones stayed at the Padgett.church Sonny I.; Andrew with one minute'' Jos Mosley If. hit lthe n' t.-

First Metnodist Church will f I all week until Thursday night I'and five seconds, going through alter was surely proud when .
Chun h
/ > Firit
e Baptist joining
the poles with the trailer on. < that and '!:! .'
j caught long fly
of last
join with the other churches week trying to get the work
of In
Announcing ie other churches the Easter Sunns! Starke :r. the second annual Easter j Composer of Popular Songs Turns to Hymn-writing I jail done but one man driving The chapter recently had a to home plate cutting the *.. r,'

Sunrise Servire at KingsleyLake. I nails alone can't make much practice game with Lawtey and i-ff
Ser-Ice at 5:15: a. m at Kmgflle
service Caster Sunday at 5:45: a. m. I During the l late B O'II and early 60's a poor the Lower Lights Be Burning H* tu.rd..! headwa '. Lillian has the building :,came out on lop with a snore of Edwin R"Nns.n. cf and c ", '
Lake In case of ram, man in his twenties rode about rural Pennsylvania service where the preacher anal, "To h.! *;snot 14-6 FFA pitcher was A Q 2 a fast l'en:..rtleldtr and !h..-'
in the Church Schoolare | painted with the second coat we
All classes
burgh: I seeking to have perfect attendance -| a ramshackle buggy that cost him twenty most Persuaded. At ttirty-fl h', ro"al't.i i? understand But some more man- i' 'ling player. .

o'clock for the study of the i i, dollars. But considering that he had to sup- ..ere counted in ten of UicuifciaU: wits :| power is desperately needed to was Homer May. The above five are onl <, -. >

Sunday morning at 11 I Easter Message at 9:45: Sunday!' port a wife and feed Fanny on thirteen dollar he gave to charity. {complete the flooring. How about We recently sold a sow and !boss What a wonderful i-hn- <

-e church choir will sing theI I morning. The attendance goal I'' a month, his buggy represented a sizable la- At the Whittle home in CMc48 DiL,i poo- some volunteers? pigs to Billy Dodd for $80. This : they have to crash the tape

aster Cantata, "The Divine Rev i! '' vestment. dered the Question that many hymn .. ..r1ten :- I was the second such litter of pigs I i i Leander Brown. If, 3b :and

ierner". music arranged by El- has been set for 265 with every'class ] His name was PM11;? Bliss; a gentle self- along the thyme of man's love for Cc4. He i We were pleasantly surprised The first gas sold to Mr Johns : hits 2 a born catcher but ? Tina: ,

...' Jane Lorenz from themes byf working to surpass the goal. j I trained music-master. He had been too poor reversed the idea and one morning vhU his I Sunday morning by a visit from of Hampton play the outfield.

Special Easter music has been :; 'to afford aa: instrument and his first notes wife waited for him to cone to titAid-t h* | itr. and Mrs. EUsha Wilkinson of I I ,
f narlea F Gounod. I i Frankie Wasdm. Reporter Bro Wade rf, hits 2 .1 v
planned for the Easter morning were learned on a flute be bad cut from a cane wrote Hawthorne. Mrs. Wilkinson will

Sunday evening the Happy Hour service at 11 o'clock. The Children's -I back ot his log cabin home in Clearfield I be remembered at Miss Jennie fast nghtfielderEddie
will open with congregational I I County. I am u glad that our Father in Heaven r.VVr.r1.VVVVVVVVVT.1.V.News -.'- Thomas. lb and c >'n'
Choir directed by Mrs. J school about
ngmg led by the pastor and the I \ At twenty-six Philip Bliss wrote a song h" Tells of His love in the Book Ha hat given; I Sapp who taught I i! the greats, but not at his bc>: t N
iIt.I I Wainwright The Junior Choir, Vale." Wonderful in the Bible I 32 years ago in the old Clay Hill About
(?lapel Choir of youth, accompa-I called "Lora Lora was such a hit that things see; I cause of a sore arm trouble
duo.I I(,directed by Miss Anne Cressler." the Chicago publishing firm of Root and Cady This ii the dearest that Jesus loves me.Tno' school house that stood near Colored ,
r.ied by the piano-organ People j I Raymond Phe pitches > ?-
and the Senior Choir directed by induced him to come to the Windy City and I where the new church is being:
There will follow the oh.servanc' : that he struck out 10 pla'.ei./:'
Mrs. E. K. Perryman will provide conduct concerts. I forget Him and Wander away, built. They also visited other old'friends '
K 11. U.
if the two ordinances of the little for Still He doth love wherever I > ParkerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA innings
I''sPf'dal' music and Miss Virginia I But the music master cared popular me stray: around here. Sunday afternoon !I I"
.nur--h by candlelight. g'rlpturalBaptur.n music. He wanted to write hymns and sing Back to His dear loving arms would I flee I Garner P he came in the !1rh
Sewell will be the guest soloist. a nll'e'islt
will be administered to the songs of the church. This love led him to When I remember that Jesus loves me. we enjoyed inning and pitched to th,' t.
will Church S'r\ i it'.-H
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell Hickey |
The from Betty
our daughter:
association with Chicago's evangelists D.
'he of adults in the "bap- : half of the 12th. striking out! -
group the ''preach on the subject, "Christ is W. Whittle and Dwight L. Moody. In ten years Oh If there's only one song I can sing. : and Mamie Floyd, of Jacksonville The fourth Sunday was a high nemmons, catcher hits .; .
beautiful", followed by "
usiry i Alive Today." : Philip Bliss was among the foremost gospel When in His beauty I see the great King; and soon after they arrived our I day at New Bethel beginning with .
observance! of the Lord'a Supper II '. singers of the nation. One night be heard This shall my song in eternity be: I''daughter-in-law. Mrs. Charles Sunday School at 10 a m The expert at stealing bases.E'l't'.bod

Sunday School gathers at 9:4: ,I I Sunday evening, at 1::30.. the I Moody tell of a ship wreck and he wrote. LetAt "Oh, whit\ a wonder that Jesus loves me." I Song Service at 11 o'clock was )' is welcome t.' ,
directed by Mrs. T | Fields" and her mother,
Youth Choir I II
to the 3 m :
Nolin aupertnrendent games at p .f. 1
u-lth P. T general : I
i In of No. 1 Choir led
I i Scott, also of Jacksonville! camefor charge by-
and an Easter goal of! G. Mitchell and accompanied Manager Reddish would !like :
'1I Lottie followed
English by a
W Training Union meet at I Mrs. Lloyd J. Green will present' a visit.fl (: see a good crowd out every t.T' .:' .
by the pastor ReA.. Vin- i I
*) l.S directed by tavern Outlaw ;I I a musical program.
Resumption." The new film oI I II
.IIh i a goal of 125 for attend- the Ii son.At '
3 the
strip in beautiful color will be N i i iE p m Citywide Congress
services begin one
-f Evening '
i F met at New: Bethel with its presi-
the serviceChristian
shown during
hour earlier" for the summer + I
.if dent. Deacon G. II. Little, at his
: 1
nthaMidweek .I Deacon offered
post Mosey Hawkins -

Service Wednesday at Church Diitrtht.<< ey niiutrited Fttturu, Blrmloihim. Altbtmi.Hampton. r prayer after which Rev B

'. .0 p m. with the message by I I I 'or. 'all and ('hrl..tlanh.!\ W .1 Williams introduced Rt'A..

n- pastor and praise and testi ; Donald C. \\eldon. Minister The TabernacleA Baptist I'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1LONG Mitchell! who brought the mes

11IU1for all. I Bible S< hoo! (' \'> a m. Morning I :
An invitation Is extended to all I' Worship and Communion 11 : beautiful" : Eart"scene" n... ,The tart :flat; the Fir.it: Baptist i BRANCH I S I sageThe S p m song service was led

worship at these services and : been erected above the baptistry ( hUI 'h of Hampton has outgrown i I b> the :No.' 1 Choir and the message I
o'clock sermon "If Christ Be Not II
enjoy the afternoon by visiting Risen" in the Gospel Tabernacle this week its status as a one-com- .I by )Ir.., J. I* StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA was brought by Rev. G G

,.- pastoflum un Walnut Street and the program of music for munity church U proof of the : I The FFA met Thursday night.: Arthur on the subject "Play b

note "open house" is Wing heM Christian Endeavor: 6:30: p. m.. the Sunday service will be ap warm and friendly welcome that i' i March 26. and the chapter was Fair with God."

? friends and visitors. !studying a film on the "Calling of propriate.The visitors find upon attending the I There will: be tn Easter Egg I, honored to have the strawberry Total collection was $l2i on tin.-
Matthew." Evening: message: Jes-
j services Every Sunday finds our I inspector present at the meeting Birthday Rally day.
; us'as Victorious Are You?" Youth meeting Saturday hunt at the tent S.ttllrdtafter.. .
St. Mark's Episcopal led Elmer Johns congregation growing, with visitors -I I Officers were nominated for the lUnd ContestHistory
night was by noon at 2 o'clock for youngand

Krv. Kaymond V. Mat'WainSchedule I j Choir practice Monday 7:30: p. with Mrs. Johns at the piano. from every part of this and old Bring two or three eggs: : and a coming year as follows: was made here on Buy
m. at C. W. Cblsou home. All neighboring counties. We are glad March 15 when the First Annual
of SrnlcroSl'MJAYS ( Mrs. I;. P. Lee was the soloist cup of sugar. If you haven't the President. Alvin! Davis and
I singers welcome. i of this progress. The mission oi Band Festival was held, featuring:
Crawford Vice Presldt'nl.Rocky
and Milo Smith gave the Scripture eggs or sugar come on anyway : Residence
I Mid-Week Prayer Service" in abjser.re the church is not and should not I bands from Starker Alachua. and ( Burgluy
reading and comments. The Bible" : there will be some way provided Garner and Glenn Norman:
9 lf: a 01., Church School. 11 of minister will be held at '
& Sermon I quiz was won by the Youth Groupover be limited only to one .town, \11-1 I for all to have an egg to eat and Secretary, Roman Alvarez: Reporter High Springs. The gold medal
in Morning Prayer ; home." 104 Washington I Insurance.
j Harry l.apl't' small The bvStarkr
lage or area. challengeof for the best band was won
Wasdm Treasurer
Serve the older ones There was a I a cup of lemonade to drink. This Frankie : -
6 30 p.m., Young People's I St.. 7:30: 'I' Christ to the Church is world sponsored by Jimmie Car-
good attendance. will be a good way for all to get Glen Crawford; Sentinel,
League. I The Southern Christian Convention I wide in scope. We are happy that !I together and have a good neighborly Harold Beasley Stephen Kelly ter Inquire now '!
1101.'C'Ulr lOS' assemble in Atlanta, God has Souls (I
I will given Us prey lUs : visit. Clifford Martin. H.tsrtalles
I HI Sunday 11 am. 3rd. Sun- (Oa. April 7.9 This year's convention I Presbyterian i Church from almost every point in this i iI:,, When the Valdosta Ga. team

'I..\ 7'30 a.m. provides conferences in Corner 7th and Cherry SN.j area. Together" we are workingand j I i We were saddened by the pass- There may be further nominations came to visit the Tigers the game Charley E. Johns

1'R11111' youth work, the Bible School. j W. S. .MeAliley. Pastor trusting God for a great ,! ing of Richard Carter. Wednesday during the next meeting on was 6-6 until the top half of the Agency
9. best
I Thursday. April May the
7 ::0 p in. Litany & Meditation church! promotion evangelism and I I I soul-winning church that will i night of last week. We understand 12th inning when the visitors coltlected
Sunday School 9M.r: a. m Morning -' man win!
p m Choir ltdiearsal. women's work It will benefit anyone I stand as a lighthouse in this sec- I he never regained consciousness I a 6-margm lead. The Tic
Worship 11 a.m., "Beyondthe
who If The chapter was checked re- half of the
from the church goes. of Florida and Bradford County. ers didn't get their
after the auto accident at Max-
( in:iu ii oi' Jicsrs (1ml..r to the mini- N'ight. Also observance of I gently b t Mr Smith the district I IN
attend, wa.called
I you can speak ; :b the game
If you are looking for a live I inning "f -i'
ot' UXTTKK: DAY SAINTSrvices : the Lord's Supper and receptionof ville. He \\'o.s well known in this,, He found evei \ thin
i MiptTVi.-ur' ; .
'ster" today.Church : of d.trknis.Pitcher Jen .'
: new members into the church. wide-awake. Gospel preaching cause -" .....
oM Ma: neighborhood. being reared 111 i in order! a no't'r! neat t ti .1]
eai'h in k ar.il r
s. Sunday Missionary Baptist Church, where kin_ strm! oqt ;
Youth Fellowships 7 p. m. Eve- this -,.', tl"l1' tn.1! being here all The ."" on Miflb.ill i tn w, .. ..",....lttlno THE TRAVELERS. HartfordVETERANS
due Hall on K 'all SI Sunday of God the Holy Spirit furnishes the I c j < PI"! "iii k .U't! TI
ning Worship 8 p. m "The Message his lit.' 'Hi'H'" l\ :. ", I i"I'1"1 "
> -tiool 10 a 'it S.trritmeut Sett6 guidance and the Lord the provisions } i I' "'i,1 deep-, I. !'! "t u.ii! :!'t -- T'. > :I'.1 A t'. .I' I'-' '
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning of Lamentations". '

ic' 30 p.m Rverwine weU-ome Worship 11 a.m. Evening Wed. April'S S p m Prayer ,I I'I then drive to Hamptonand Christian .- .' ;- ;' :_- -:. ; -: ; .:-" '.>.... < -'."/. : ;, -'--. ..z; :;:<'::; :""_-';; "'-.:., :_:-..":.... -:: c-/---- ': ,' ; ," ., .-,_:' :"", ;::=,,,,=..2::':::::.: ,-':' .":?
visit our church. Warm I
YPE Sen'iceTul'sday 1
Service 7:30 p.m. ,
Meeting and Bible Study Choir
7:30 p.m. Prayer MeetIng -'I fellowship combined with an
practice 8:30 m
p. old.ta JlIoned emphasis of brotherly
7:30 Thursday. &
: p.m.
l.a\\try I A special welcome is extended love will serve to enrich ymir

REVIVALMEETING to anv who wwU worship with
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning spiritually.

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving I I us on this Easter Sunday. Help us top our goal in Bfli !

Saturday 7:30: p.m. School this Sunday of 200 in at: -
IIOPK KMTivr ruruoi
tendance. Consecrated teachers
r Church of Christ will assist you in a better und.-i

t Corner 10th and 1('. labt).. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preaching I. standing of the Bible. There

Sen'ice 11 am.; Training II classes meet at 10 a. m. and the
1 I
Bible School 10 A. M.
Union 7 m.: Evening Service evening classes of Training meetat "
A' and 7:3t
Preaching 11 M.
I p 8 p. m. 7 p. m. Worship services air BEDROOM
P M. THIS 2 3
i Prayer Meeting: and Bible Stud I "A church earnestly contendingfor i at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. We still! or

I i each Wednesday: 7:30: P. M. the Faith which was once delivered sing the old Hymns of the church

\ Everyone welcome unto the Saints." Jude over-alls are still in style, and a

3 A welcome awaits you. good hearty AMEN is alwa\s
= I
:...lir1fI St. Edward's Church I -- Merle Packman, pastor.nt111EL ;i appreciated.
j I ; i I This Sunday we have a specialtreat : I HOME
l'l Sunday Mass 9 15 : : ( 1II'GCII Frank
at a. m. ; in store for everyone.

I Weekday Mass ';'::30 am. I'LVNx KKVIVAI.: Eifert outstanding Gospel singer WHAT i

I Children's Class I\'ed. 3:00: p.m I j The Bethel Baptist Church announces l of Chattanooga, will have charge

j Ke)stone lleiglits I a revival meeting be- I iof the music throughout the day

r 1 (Women's (Club 1 mninJpnl: 6 We extend a will be the pastor f FROM
Messages :
I .1 I''
Simla) Mas M. 3rd 5h: Sun'S srht\ ,:., : > e-. eiyi>!'..' Rev Perty Many of you have been planning Y O

(11 a in :'Jiiil I and l l1th Sun' S.I m K .:':! : I':1\: '..': \\.l;: betr.il this 6
: Rev. E. J. Morris to come. We hope to see you And In
I Easy
("'1\- 'It, 1"1"10' Ii'l' 1ht++r- : ( ; mothers. wb.ive <
:- undaDon't forget
| Outstanding KangdMi ,

i! Will Ruin .\ Mevtini; 7 ,lip" !. an excellent nursery, so bring I PaymentsCHOICE
I --- S> ihJren and babies along C Er t
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APR. 5 THRU 12 -Bob Gray, Pastor



BAPTIST Clarke. ">.ton* Heights 100 WITH APPLICATION
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attend services with <;.-
Plan to
CHURCHI 'each Friday night at 7:3'1: !' o'cl"'k $100 STARTS CONSTRUCTION
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town reek *
this ii
I .1 Mur rrwni IA!ke Iliitlrr The pastor's message
Phones Office 231I'a: ( ...torium 130 LARGE
i win be "Hel!!"' Pertinent quest: ':;, LOTS
On Matclrnu .
) IlighwaI; I .
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.will be answered" from the Bib: *
Stirring Messages. Morning Service "Faster l Cantata. '
Merle Packman pa> >:r

KYKKY :MHTSKKY1CES ( E\enint i: ; Service "Candle Light llaptixm." I STILL AVAILABLE AND

__ ____________________________ PEXTKCONlAL HOLINESSnirncii .
: STAUT S P.M. j
Sunday.; St'rmon"11 ::00 A.M. -; :10: P.M. '

11l'hlllJ;:. I Mould Do If 1 Sunday School; 0:13: I; .\.". Training I'nion 6:15: ; P.M. I Pick Yours Out Before Approved ONLY
\\a> the IK\ilIhe Sunday School 10 a m. Per Month
Midweek Service \\ednesdav 7:30: P.M.
ttue.linn{ iitHl l'ouldnt.1n.arr .. Mormng Service 11 s.m.Evening It's Too Late $46.00
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;: FOR FREE: TKAXSPOUTATIOX ,, Prayer Service MeetingsVe'dnesaal 7:30 p.m. : By VA Includes! uranCl'

i ThinSN i.nl i'an't IM Phone 266! ; J 306 Weekdays-
: Sunday on
on r-ght T 45 p m Saturday: nigh:
\\ hen id (i,H*> IVafIhin

;I N In Bell \\<- :NctxlH 745.rn; Large Lots 0 Sliding Closet Doors 1"-

Iii5i: Our 'tuirvh 4 L k O Engineered Drainage G>> Forced Air Furnaces
!Iiiii llovt Liner( Itetote the .iul -- -
- Christ I / HEAR BETTEROR Hardwood Floors
4'tuuiiit( tlf Landscaped
I //fj J J /( III' J"/ (I" III
I 1ltiat:l'1rhtI It .Means I'o -liexe OnIhe I! PAY NOTHING! Aluminum Windows Plastered Throughout

-. limttestof Ih. l n111"1'; I To \ttt'nd11 The :-enll't', Sunday \l The 11 In 11I11 pill CUIUJ S Tile Baths .. Youngstown Kitchens 2


. 1'l1l1l1t' Knenu: >, No. 1 First Baptist Church, Hampton ABOUT TO CLEAR APPLICATION/

------ 3 WEEKS YOUR
I Good Singing Hob; (;ray. Pastor

C TONY ( O Z\I.EZ Bible School 10 a.m. B. T. U". 6:30 pm : HEARING AIDS

At The I'iano r"'h .,its," MLE.it CONTACT
.-4 FUEl HAlSi.uPSontj

Director And in Special Concert Sunday Night i : Gut tied $75 '-m.w'--,-..'.l..w.-"

r.i+rf I I The Church'ith- -}\ .-.1Friendly 11:00:(\(\ A.M. "The Meaning; Of The H urt'tion" A. J. THOMAS, Jr., County Service Officer

g j Welcome x:00: P.M. "Jail-llou.e Religion;

.... f I i soUTh COURT STREET I
== I Public Cordially In\ittHi NI'RSEROPEN
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D. A. Greek ALLIED
:: .1 (,01N(, (( Ill Ki H FOR \ l MINI S \\ lOt II"
.. Phone 160 Starke. Fla&AAAAALAALAAAAllLAAAALAA,. I
Pa tor

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-- IrIItY. trill .+ rs....
Recent Births :1 ,iOFFlci.U.:: \1.. (Charles 1't | -- -
Vets May Apply (>>rkt -he C.rcu.: c
I By 11.&r.it L. Or ..by. ->- -.
:Mr L'rs.\ George F Pjevatt: IVp4 .

For New HomesAt Open House Sunday At Hey Baptist Pastorium announce the birth of a daughter. Minn:-ii, %PPIUIC

i Alice Fay. on March 19 in Doctor's 1. 'In.11 .otl "radre..d' .u..t .
I'turtda: la ('' Free
Service Office Clmc HospitalIB .. H..na\; Fredrrk'A.H'7. Harr Tank

r"lainuf!. t.. Av Aemlia 11. ,

A J Thomas. Jr. (fount Serv- r.r l / 6 r ,I' Circuit burl ilradlvrd County. ;,: I.\.Ik.>n Itrfendant T. ......,. Cast :\ "

Flvrlda la ( hanrrry.
e Officer announced thu! week 'I Plain.ff.! : v. Awh'r \ .\ !1--. .
E Ai.ita H \\ ,I' in 1.:.\'r.Itf t' I I.rniin iI' re-iden. i> ar '. !'
: nat Veterans interested in pur- > I'' \\.. K: \\ dhirr. Ivf.nd.intCA.e : a' .ra. New Ywllouarehert
I '
ti + ft No : 741. .
> having one of the homes to be .dr1 .' I Order Of .'...III1..atl..d \,,11..* Itr jI j fur I ior r tt r

1 I I .Appear -tal e lit Florida.,1 .: has been f:'...,! ic ,- : '. -:WITH' PURCHASE OF
nstructed by Allied Homes. Inc Norman 1-:. W--dhn>. "h. :r rrMdence ; alK>v.- nan.fi! n
J '
4 / 'l and address t..AF nN :ti:1.9en Jv. j.
Subdivision make I '.\B. APO you are ren-i.-t.i 1 C''','\ '
.11 Hardy's may 3il;; A. I' &ldn .
""' r an. a >'r .
%3:'. I' o I'M. San, Francis. California k h- =
plant! .'': itCar ._ ANY
application at his office.Allied \ r p '. NEW\ GAS RANGE
1111 i1i I ; .1.! .* t: h. |.. .\ .
You are required to appear on'
i 11 ,
\.r- ,
Homes to construct ty'i .
plans Mar 4. 1*;,3. in the above named i It"
:1M tw,, and three bedrooms homed i --- 1t Court and cau..e.and wherein restoration plaintiff of arl f-'.. ".. _
'leejn the near future and a 1 maiden name. Bradford County ..f !h. ". K .,
j !,. '. r.- ; i \
lumber ct local veterans ha\e -i r l! Telegraph shall publish
'fa y next four weekly issues. t !L.- v< -t : .
e '
already filed: applications r rs Witness my hand and official seal ( !. 'A. Slade Gas
'. '
\ <
Florida, this April 1 < :
at Sl.irfce.
of which $lue '
1370 down" payment, tt 1SSJ. *'i '

with the application ('r.--.I' 'i UcrK f.-r f -\.rw '
in (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby rel. -. : : < : I' e
'k required on the two bedroo.norne < As Clerk of said 1'''urt. rf. .

Clerk.Charles . .
By Marian L. Crosl.y Depu'r : 1 '
which will cost $ .IJO and -r r, S/ a1t / l I K. He- ;oi 'ilur..n'; ) l..le ,: F I'HI'I( \Ht\t \

.> 1540 down payment of which Ja. k.'nllle. F:J! ;Ida..l. .
... f'.r l'It 4 4; f _< .,' ....
JIM i* deposited with the ap-I| 4 I

phi! it ion, u required on the three i itmiroorn :.i.a ..- J .- vTh. I 'nlll 1: 10 lol'lIt '. .
.un' -
llrailfuril )
( .ut. -- "
hme.hich will rout *Klwrida tt : In -:; '-
and .. D..nH'r N Yet! Ivr. I't, t : : \ -.
$H TVI, The dopayment nl"/II'O'I' .I : I i. A' : i ,
)1a"ain.I l: lri.: Kr> I p-i-.i: _
pro ..-. quoted cover cot of the lams in A'r\ : ; .... '.'. ,..-. .: .- -.1.-...: \.1"\: is

Inc in each butane Easter Sunday .iii-itm--! ..:;. :-i u.-.t ', u" .* ,. r. \i To..|Ie Margaret T. \pprar I: Ji. rx- -. '.\ DO YOUR LAST MINUTE

.. .
I Hani and specifications on ; The Pa.tor and tamiiv have cxxupied the home since January -inu th. grounds residence are and nert addiei'ir o) -i.,- .: -. ..a: ": .. :,.

"i.i. ba obtained at the County ;I The Building Committee, composed of L. A. Canova Chairman and H. L. Brownie has )teem i\orce filed agI'uY"1; :'1 ..1"al.luvo

""M-i'. .. e Office i I Chairman of the Board of Deacons and F. H. Beard past chairman, will representthe you are: named required Court t." -r and. i i. ; >...,..:I EASTER SHOPPINGAND

i church along with the Trustees and Mrs. Lex Green President of W.M.U. your answer ..r pl.'. .i't.c t !L. -
plaint on the 1'l.nnt.- \" 0\
Fourteen Enter The need of a new Pastorium has been known for years but the construction T. Frank Land".:t: .-' I'! '

was held until the completion of the $150.000 educational Ida,
up building and sanctuary
and I.,., the orlgl-tat ID !.Y fthr
Armed Forces in 1930. The handsome new Pastorium. of colonial desIgn. cost approximately Clerk of th- 'ir. u" '.
or before the 1 01.. : y > .
520.000.! 1953 otherwise the .tli--: .i-; ':.- "( SA VEAT
.be inductedt wilt be 1a"t ..ifessed :.- THE
t- all i t..o ni'-n An invitation is extended to all friends throughout the city and county to stop said Complaint by you.

the armed service., next Mon- by and renew fellowship. Refreshments will be served during the afternoon, and entertainment Tnm notice shad! I.r 1'| ..' : -!.' I
once each week fur ( .II. :i-> 1--
'I.... through Selective Service supplied with all arrangements completed by the W.U.U. of the church. weeks in the Bra
Hoard No. 18. These In- I graph .
1..1 '
I I'ated thi.1 day .f \i'; i
tt'FFIt'I.1LSF.II.I, 'h.u. \ I 1"10 M. -
induction :
'u 1 'I. eight men tailed for BOTTOM
n.diix volunteers for selective I Dy Marian L. Crosby I"--'i'v; "i';>'k
i t l
I i\n e. They are: ,1I 1tll..d

'/ : I'.ussell Sumner Prt-scult Council Meeting Two In '1 he Ireuit (<< url Of llrn.lforil -- -- --

Highland: ; Claude Alton Pnscott.it.M.kei. Postponed To 14thThe Important Meetings ScheduledFor ( aunt) I'lurida. lu'. .han-erN .' !' HUNDREDS OF NEWEASTER\

James Amoris Griff. \ l..hn"i' ( : i- i. -
t I 11 I J. I1:1-: ''". I'! '. .! IT."
.;tdrke. Ir'a Green Itaiford; Kd- :,"
legul.'ir mr. ring "
Bradford Corn And Nut Growers '/111' i: or "I II'
word i Lawrence Fowler Brooker. hetntt ..l l'l..rlola-l..:
('Ity Council next Tue.d.lh.I" 11.-. .... II John-. 1.. : "
Wilson. Jr Clearwater;
until Tuexlay.April e
1 been postponed
Carles Wesley Jenkins. Lake K.rf N... >Kii: : : '\
Whether! it be .KM.-, of \\ .et Pei
14. The action was taken in growers fro;!: Biadfor 0 FilF. t'a.M..\ S
Cutler'aluntPerar corn or just a home garden and surrounding counties wil 11'I' Kl T...'". Santa .\111' i'i I : 11 .
lletteHale. I due to the fact that several members I You are hereby i. t...: I 't! r i
Ronald M
\ growers will want to attend the meet Monday 6tJi ',
night April I It L I bull has beet fil>- l .11:1.1 \ ,
lAke lluilei. Franklin l) I are hereby required t tf tn t ix. :; :.
1.lk- ButlerJdine.i I ceremonies III Tan ih.issee handling meeting Friday night Growers of .. .
one tree or acres o plaint iff> att rn.'\ .t r -
Kenneth Holdei Sial kl". ( v< il Maii I addles h. .. o.., \ u:
next Tues daa h- nel1= 'h.irleyK says County Agent Geo. T. Hug- trees will be interested in thi:sand appear .
iwiltten defenseif i tat Iuke O.lIs Rdwaitl llrown : John :I .su .! :. 'i ..-. lit evident gins meeting if they want maximun 1: I of Cniuiilaiiit in stud: | -'. < :I.'. 1hkh RShop
ink' StaikeYuiie HloneliVi.sn w I. deh\vi t.. v. ,: t L. .i.tii
Extension Servicespeakt'rs production from their trees. I
Lawte\ of the Senate Agricultural MM. or liefure. thi1 d.". -i" \ >
lon Jr .
rtJ> of I! i!.::;
from the University County Agent G. T. Hug rn!' .rHerein .
fail nut .r d.i i I I'
Florida will be present to lead this who will be in charge of the meeting 1 feM Hill ur rni.-r-'iT uFz, .

:important discussion. How much says that pecan growers ar_ ,| for the r<-Iler pr.ivt. i II tl. f I.. !
{Complaint. The i.rlvt.-t '.jIs.o In
Additional fertilizer will payoff invited from Alachua Clay Un- vacate, geT a-I/I.: .UoII"i.. "

null and Vmu the !p.- ri ,. ..t 1 (In. ..
Get Your conditions favorable Whats
if are ion. Duval Baker and utnan m: .
I entered by the above ctit.tn.l 1 ul'
the latest and most effective Counties. un November :2!ti. A i'.d
teenrded in Chan t i > ni.lii, I :. 'I 1
method of worm prevention? The meeting has a two-fol 1 at page 60 of the IKII.II.-, r- ": .r: AND HAVE
AUTOMOBILE OR FURNITURE How fast does sweet corn lose itsgood purpose growing and care of pe i, Bradford County.; FI..iidi.11 .
-1 W1TXKSS my hand a--I 1 i t' d
/: qualities when it is not .cans. will be discussed by G. 11 i.'of' said 'ourt u! SiaiKI'.t I: I I- .|

cooled I i iI I I'! County Fluiid.i. tin- tin 1 ,:il I"i .1'.1I
horticulturist and hea
< I I Man h A. H. 19,1.IUFFIrI.1LSEAi.liiit.
UPHOLSTERED NOW j "Let's get all the sweet com of the department Florida Ag. i ( i I" \ !i'U;
Clei K 11.' i t "r
information we can Friday night. ncultural Experiment Station Di .
; Hy Marian l I. Cru.slij. l >ii>nn l > i j"k r.d l
April 3. in the courthouse at | A. M Tissot entomologist an< Frank Thompson and C i: M! h..lAttorneys I
fuD Plaintiff. .I .' \li.III"ati..nal .
Staike at S:00: m." the county head of the of IIII-!!
CASH nit TKU.MS p. I department entom- :\ Hank ItuildiiiK.: k..r-:

TO Sl'lT YOl'K ISUMJET(. : agent says. "You are urged to attend ology; and Dr.1'. B. TisdaKi :'. \' Florida. I It i .4 We

:' l this meeting so that you i pathologist and head of the de'-I MITH i: TO 1'i'Kiu: Exchange e e un We Satisfy

.11I.1VOIK FIM.I.Y. Cl'AKANTKKI; : : ) can help encourage the production partment of pathology. I 1 In"."..Circuit rliln- In Court' t.anrrrr, llrailfuril. (ountr

'of bt'tterm t'et corn in our count :I Second phase of the meetin,g JJql.y Hickriaintiff.! \ :.Vu.N! :
." Rltkt'rrrnd.tit
will be discussion of marketin.g \ .
FREE: 1'.,,. :\ .-i(inL
practices and problems operatioof I :\otl..e To %Pf..arXarxef 0

._ T..' X li.: k-. ui.dein' .-. -
the 1
:\OTIIInw: (; IF Boy Scout Troop pecan marketing agreement :. | .- and addrt---t l- I'lik1.u'i, .
and the election of > V"ur:
1'Ot' : a growe r are hereby (iiutifitd tint a
LIKE .. I, suit f--
Takes AwardsAt epresfntative for the comin.h Divorce 117 Ili. CILL ST. STA11KIFLA..

year This will be handled, by rejresentntives )- has been filed again.-t j u t'} \ 'h!],'

;0..0nam.d Court and ca.i-- au m ,
Honor Court of the productio n, tT.--u.>are reqaimi m -"r\t' a r ':.\ I.; .: .U__ =- : : :.: -= _'_ ,-_ =---=- _:: '__, -_ : .. .-_- ', -_ : : t, __ .--_. -_- \
Marketing Association fro answer or plfadinir to th-' ,
n. < -MI
plaint _ _
on the Plaintiff.Att..nn -- u
N. U UPHOLSTERY Atlanta. /a.-h H. l iniKla..I'l'i I.) r L! ,

M.-I! i 1 >1 h..I" uf Hoy S> din Troop 70 The speakers are the top me,'n i Ituilding Jaek"n\ ill... Kl'irid.i, I
I .nd file the orifcnal !In the office of Simpson Pontiac :
't eiv t t.t < ;.imesville Thursday in the departments of growinj g't"P! I Cl"rk of the Circuit ''.urt on Urquhart Says ,

.i ii"t M.u.-h :::G. for the Court of diseases and insects and marke' or Iiri'orr the t day ..t May.) 1953-
Phone i53 1 :>>: ( mart St. Opposite) ( Hurt t.1 I otherwise the allfgati.iiis of said
H..i! .t-l! l captured three of the ing pecans. If you have a pee in ''..r....Ia'nt' will I.. taken .i? L..nf"bll-

r" < .! the meeting: for tree you cannot afford to mii 58 j' ed I.}' \ ou. I i
This nutic'e shad 1># pui lrshed I Thanks A Millionf
"I.. h..on: t it. advancement and thus meeting at S p m. Monda:r'l| mrea.h "...1- f.r fur .'...n"'I'IIIle'w..hs
in the I
Ir..df..rd ( Tele-
I l l 'F.t ,11' :r..i! in.: e "woup, attending j irr- nh .unity

rt t t p iv !h.v.! totaled 30. including T. B. Health Assn. I'.t.d l th- J oI l i> I April, l1'".'! I

r r .t I I "; '.' u: 1 leaders. To Elect OfficersThe -- or Your Wonderful! Response
-. !.>'I"! > advancing to Second ,

i were Tommy D>al) Robert vv. c. r. u. ,
v u \\

!tC.'.!\ Archie Gren. Lonzo Kirk1 .innu.il meeting of til'Ie oKVF.KV: : The Opening of Our Pontiac Dealership
1 Those Bradi"nd County T B & HealtA.SMM th: sf\n\v I 01y ) I
I 1 rid. tad Freddie Stephens.
\ V r < Tit t: 'FU: I
I I union will be held Fnda; Ii
-t First Class were >
".oviner> TO nil'Kdl I
April lat 8 p. n. m the Met V I'\V A \1'11":
"I \I.I----"u' Ur...l I'll"'' 1"0: 1 1:1: j. It OIIOM. JKII Charles Kirkland and Jan Mun- odist recreation :--0 HKNT: I..V>T I'M ( AUmt.it r i
\"11.": 101 nt" i center
r.'iti.-lfu-tl J L nil lit I 'dorff. Receiving merit badges II
'I :
11 ii r. \MIlirOnk > 11"4II
n"11\ ;. SUrke ,:iji l : .. \ :" Gerry Gibson. Mrs J R. Wainwright urges all
Archie Green.
garb 1lrane.di. "Trt vere members to be present Year!ly TIIK I.OKH \\ O\'T: .\'n. wwa,,. -
"i\; > \I."". lj. t' '1'1"1| -.Wm .-\\ ..t I 1.ln..III., ( I.h 1'1.1.. Charles Kirkland. and Jan Mun- ""WHO' IT?"
f Ml.' I'Ulit.fto per ito *'< 'I'| reports and election will be att da
-i.! piumiM Stan "hi;; pniK ttr.il of! iv i\ .\,TII'I""I': l 11. .'<1 nifiliAiil.II. .,' dorff. this meeting Interested ( FJITH 1'. HaNDF.KS: IN V

i I. .' I'lttmun. ,l'ia'r it' 4l' 4 .'. tl t.r'k I: I'holirh. HiKoK :' New boys in the group are pers.n.ire TilE: ,unmc.I.n:
\1..It-"II. "'1" ft q|> 4 II) t'urlllal!!> :invited to attend! :.) I
j KKNT:: K"iir n."n1! furiiahed.il I J R Batten. Harold Miller. Randc !

J 'l I: SM.K 10 .. I.-H ..f land '"kh' "'. tit. ii ;i'Utwith t>-i-trl Wilcox. Dick Smith and David AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAA
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-h. d I. "', neat 10"1 ..tt"1 porch fr. n! .tnrt rar. >triclly; I- Lawson 4 1 '
'. ; I. kris' lit. :' tarkrF ,'.11\""-. Ir.r 'is; Apply Ie S iiitl1 II, The ov'Tnid it camping trip toKingsley 4 BABY CHICKS
i p iii.K il .\.1,1-: l lV ;" Sin < ..! .it Tiu !k .- ..\.t.' ''..t.. t :, h>{j 4 15 >
Lake last weekend w..ntI *
I 1'1\1.. i* Bach "'l.t 1'1'' 11" 4 FREE F E L r
I t'.I ll: SAl.Km M..h: rap \\ lIfr. I very smoothly. Games and mane( 4 >> ,
.--hrn' in :sexy .' Ihr V.in VNtin.K.tiii e' 4
i; v< PuttYOtttt It. k\\. -iM'i.. >- : !>. lianiit,'n S. .. l 1.1!.. tt Mm Grouting skills were enjoyed The 4 >
.1' .t anywhrff Ki: t;:" > ....ad.J Sail-l".! \ '' 114 4I' 1I p Wolf Patrol won the awal d fur 4 > I
25 Lbs. Chick Startenabat *
.. I'l.xd.\ .'nnnn J.t.'kd. Putt SAl.K-Kuttfrr t.nuato I'Lln'! -. being Class "A"Scoutmaster 4 SI.70 a +.. t r 1r 1
< :aLul. 4
: -
t per thousand t'.pprr skit ;:0' .
1.L..1 tl 11111>>.. >u' ;>v- Nrdnr.day.R Harry Green was 4 I
I.t.! f* draw $l> .err Ihou".1 F .
< un n to *:t1 rhilhi'. 4"'!< \V. )1".1. K Klumr. Sturke .: assisted on the trip bv three mem- i 4 r ,.
". IIIM It!. 1 4 TUESDA APRIL 7TH > 7 ,' ';r;: I
ti.'rc of the Trooo 70 Council. T (' 4 > I
1 1I !-.O\: UKXTKurtvlini: t two heft p. :J '
111:1: r M \> 11:11: 4 i
\II: 'wanu.l 11.\1.r. rrjf.-i.r.t't-d '"side tl..> Stalhngs. J. C. Stephen. and P Tolin. 4 'l1k1. .; : -
t U1:1..": a1.1u111k ear I
perk m.oct..rn > I
!'e i ..r full umr. I.. .Ut .q 1 iif.HI .- ...nlI'h'n... onnx.nc 1U: \ "> Adult- \ who enjoyed the camp withf 4 .
\\nntlii-, 11')0' 4 Actual photograph of of the several beautiful nl'\ ;
HI"ford t'oufU .'::1- ,,1.> :al.ytth'n I "t tl the boys > one :

(q.ortwu t} ..$lo l.' $:0 .n .., SiSTRUNK FEED > 1ia.i I !! < I'ontiars now Ii>pa! > ed in our Shnw mum.
e.d .al"I..i
,I. ::'I. tpertrll t.r 1 F. .It a\'T-I"-ILtl.: : 3 roam nice The Troop is taking on new enthusiasm SEED CO. I
'd I'vinianrnirite -.I..I.1. > >
1% furnished ap.irtn'.i'nt. X"w Jlr.lh..rm under the capabl
Urpl A. : >
tt! \ -> i\.iupany heater Elfotno 4
I 1. 111. l'p! > irft graded road at kitchenkf Call St' leadership of Harry Green. It !is 4 4 Starke. Fla. ** COME IN AND SEE THE "AUTRONIC EYE" I ITRY

linage 1 mIl I.' my M!ltn on lrf.idr sponsored the >
\'i'l\; S11.F: HO vninre* USf.l in; M ,.f r.'".' Mr. I'irlV '1I''rl1'n as a project of 4 *
.' ..mT .quarr S I: Kr! "n.lv, .\ : I K:: 1 1? n; :-c > 11!; Rotary Club.Woman's. 'rsn..n..t+...1..nm..n.n.nT.1..m.m.YINKLERELECTRIC .* OUT THE NEW POWER STEERING
n.\ n. :sM; I. Kr> "t n. llf>::ht> Hjii .

-i I: KKNT:: toud; |>..-I..-. MH! \D1OS KKPAIRKD: : 41

I i M i.uul.i. Ut. I Lut' t' : i ..onnMf\ll Make.rharcrv- \ll_ 1ludel.I.Ur Club Words cannot e\pre>n our appreciation to the people of Bradford County and MJJroundin -- .-:

'I 1. I.I\T-:: Ki\ f r-" : li.iu-. v. ,> *%. 1'. "iu"riiritn cnnrmtrrden I To See Fashion Show % SERVICE ? area for their interest and cordiality e\pre.v-d during the opening of our

.. .... M I. Tft.lV.. .. .... ....
.i.t '. ui.il lu 't ii -I.-- \ rail l. .1' I'b rttJVAXTKP We will
in Starke. to how
M.nd. lit I. l. ,wii > t.. new Pontiac Dealership try our appreciation by tiding

1 lir.nl'.ut- nul.e u:' 1 Fashion: Show '.' : <' ."., \ f.U the be>t. of service i in our mechanical department as well ain! the field of new

s" ( "I'\HI.II"I: urruutt\11l lK-fn-rd prj.-t-.i-.t! f..r genera. I .'toUUN' event at the t m
MIOK: UOMIix :\ Tt car o\\ ner>hip. .\gain We :Say .
- duty r
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.-c III.. -1:.' 'In'r:1. (;l'U. it Its L. k- Club next Wednesday .1t'.r- .
.1.:.' ,,'!Vr in all drug I.'; .N .......
: .-. now \11&101. .L.t\ "ohlh C. 1..la. 1'ormoMiVIVI -t 3 30 O'eh! >lk in the i': h' .*. I !
.... : t' THANK YOU !I
'.- !.u', .ugh mr. .n i'I"I."t..d.rti;! t. .I..n..I-i-n.t,. ,.t ,nr.rrrlaalra Mr) Madge IcD.,; -.' : :-. RADIO 1p.

E \ ..,.41't\ '' ''i'1'-. Iht ;p'.tir. l.ran.h'and, ., wPl.11r..I..I 1 EconoTics teacher !.: !THLtoresent ;i -: t!
: I : : : -n : : \0 .h Larfvr 1 j
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... ir.Jut hgh! .'_ I l'I.In',1. T"and SI racltelrrdrre her students \M I 3
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airs t.nrdrft .
.I"II'd.' "'odei the then .
1".1 --n>i clothes '
Vi.il! n- 1. J1'!!! s rI ;
' 'h "u. .t 'n >rVUe >t..l'- ... I ft I riiliiiii 1
H.\ 16' H-ir; .n. Kim.! nd made themsehes I .
T : .il n, ..'i i ..ltr. tine nney N. I \ : TELEVISIONSales I r Ix I, I
""":!= -r.iniT.: :. I:. -11.1..1 i hour ferricparr !) Vholl will be comment: : | I
... ..01 refermoes..tr 'I rRnT1"T"tI.R SECURITIESKirpr : I IYid
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.j ...nltile tp.i.; .1 liltut..! I' -t-- \,.'f rr.eto Security Boa: !.1oft salon music will be ;r''." eeeeeeeea I

aZi ate inter t, i' rid lerr.t"n beautiful. large heavy duty tee' 'h. piano by Carolyn Cre.v- :" UaSimpyn II. c
Fauunjs ..p\ Sl" ..1) upair box los plus tax. Bradford I
t work. County Hostesses for the .i:'er::
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___ ..\.Ii -,,' .. .t,,,.l>t meeting will be Mrs J R K..rt and Service "White)'"
11rUtl, K: : uure I roa SALE 3" t s U- Concrvt -- III Court & Jeffervr i hone i
t Chairman. Mrs. J. M. Smh: Mr.T .> I'rquhartP.GF.
uiii tr.t -a- Blv-k 1St eh. Plenty o 224 \
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::n-o Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
.. .::i :.I. In' '-I Mortar Mis and Cement Bradford H. hitch XIrs. W. H \l1':1.r. ,
;, .t lTi Enc>n. riac Company Phoa't .
....i.kr. U fMrs.| Marion l! we. Mrs Cdudc'roson : ,
I and Mrs C J Houpt. .

Bradford County Telegraph

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-I j Ex-Champ- In Business Here!'1 National At Annual Guard Armory Unit Inspection Is Commended Here Gideons Organize Group Here I

Tounsu .'. fa.r, and other gatherings: Finally T'exist r.g:1tlr:1: : r ..!
n.ay be just a r. .etartlM I .... this line caugh'! Hq 4 Hq B,. lath:? Ir.f had pre% .')UJiY: graduated frvrn, th the Magnolia Hotel Z
< when they pull up tl, theMe ,- his effort in a group ofChristian '!i'I1 : 1 1 1 1
its annual ann.jf inspection by Pwa-i.o Repa.r Schoi.: :
me attention of a professionalpr bu+:ness r'en fr"n: I
+ roadside fruit itar.'J' tit1farpton the Inspector General from Third The unit will: hold the first of Starke r: f \
bus T' Sail ,in.'tter who started the self and surrounding T.TV.uni .
Juiu.tior. on /
> . on the roar Army Headquarters Friday night its weekend training periods at ties met and .. -J: ,
aren't : r *'! n. :aln boy organized Jjtn: ,: ::4.
but if they frigh---" .
', Mar. ZOo This annual inspection la Camp Blanding on April :25-26 Camp f4\. .
,' :.' '. tn.rhe.tie '-
at > >
first light. they '
i'A-ay 1I designed to cover all phases ofadministration firing weapons on the nfle ranges For V> ;: f'; ,. 1 ;
nat the ferocious looking ?.!;,. -: r.is mat appearances. I Other weekend periods over years the Gjj.f t
supply training training
an association z
of Chr.st.ibu
.. i.had character parts ire > "
hat emerges to wait on : will and t"
facilities, and personnel.The I be held on :Ma3 May
includFJK nessmen from all! churohe.h.u<-
savage m name only. -.i. :: -.tiun pictures 16-17.
Leo Daniel Boone Whi-vK( ri "..- Flonda-made! "Distant inspector informed membersof been distributing/ the Wd! ,'f ., t r z
the the unit in his critique that ail God. Probably the bt.. : k -. .,, .
vtvage was once heavv.i- ; .-. '.vhich he played Lt. Col T K. McClane. battalion : !: .-
.. .- leader. inspectors had been instructed by ministry of the Gideons :> the oj
r itlmg l hampi of the .j prt \rf renegade commander, stated that young "
Third Army Headquarters not to placing of Bibles in th.h 't*! oj. 1II
ideating Dan OMahoney f-- A. 'n gh r.ow 19. years old men interested in the Guard ..liti ..
isle i in IIflust n. Texas bat K ttM.: k'Tis still I hale and announce the rating the unit should contact the local unit as rooms of America In pr.*,tu-iy: ::

'f+37.: He U truly a "dlam-,: ,! k heat" ". ind still wrestles in thuminer < I would receive at the time of the early as possible. It will be to every room of almost all; h,-tets! I.HTTO IH.IITm J. l'h,*>m-r. .haplaln; J. T. ..laudon.U. In."IU""r

ne rough" for In spite tit < But from now on he intends inspection but that a report would their advantage to enlist prior there is a Bible placed by th.> \. ',.It. s.vrvtar> F s. IKMd. tiy. prr-idem. o. I_ Unsin. pnunt
:ibe forwarded from headquarters
ly appearance he has a *<14nI / :u spend his winters running to the weekend training periods association. Few people know i.e- ; Frank A. T'a)tor Honda Male 1'rvMuVnt : I rt'd It. "vuh.-r. 'lomie,
friendly personality amt :s *.- 1 hs: little fruit stand al making the announcement. and prior to the summer field that this group has also played International Srn'tary.

ourteous a person as you'd A"W' Hampton Junction.Sa The Inspector congratulatedthe ;training that is to be held at FttcCIellan. Bibles in the penitentiaries, reformatories

.. meet \' his wife, Hilda anc unit upon its attendance for Ala. in July he"said. hospitals college are being presentej Bible.-. Stott. Secretary .' F 'HII,K\ '

I>v, IkIY., vie grew up on t f-i' "UhlskerV Savage ;ge. residing j the past 12 months, which was I The local unit has several openings dormitories, motels steamship Here in F1ori.tht' Gideons ,lreasurt'r.01; WiUiam .1 \1' '
n Iloyd ('aunt s Ken'.n-k. < their 10-year-old son are (93.1 per cent for enlisted men and at this time and desires tc staterooms and on airline.; In have been d'At one tune !! er ChapU",

"lies from 'ne nearest !II.>. uni ,n He g," ll'; 'ar I A 'esll1J1 in Hampton where they recent :,&5 per cent for officer personnel. !fill the'aCL'1C' es prior to field addition, every bo. and girl going 25 0.+'h) Bibles were dedicated to I I Frank A Tai for Fl',rid ;-' t

.'" mile, fnn a roatl fll' a'' "' b, ....,.H.tnJ; a.nutn otl uiiiydn ;'. purchased, the Kiland home. I''All members of the unit were 'training time Starke ..i one of. into the armed service us offered the hotels cf Mia-ru last year President and Fn'd K S.V!. '

.present for the inspection mak- the smallest towns In the State a copy of ij: d s Won by dom1itt>nt's. frateintv hou't'S'and |former tnt'I'II..h"111\1 So. :, .:

gnt ing it the only unit so far in the !I to have a National Guard unit the Gideons. 2.000 Bibles were placed in the I,assisted m th' jrganiutioStarke :-. <: ".

Important Meeting Soon; state having 100 per cent attendance ,The unit commander. Capt. Hugh Realizing the importance of sorority houses or the University Camp which! is I HI.

fifth. .n-i listen for informa- !i for inspection. The Inspector 111.| Ingram says that the people training the youth of America of Florida Las: : month over :!.O\Oteenth!\ sun a 111); m the St.it.

inn -tbout a meeting to be helc I further commended the unit on its |I of Bradford County have done ar the Gideons are going to the pub- ;Bibles were dedicated in the moThe I;i weekU prayer TNVI.I.-

Mondav night. April 6. Complete ; training and supply He said that excellent job in supporting the lic schools of Ameri.-a and giving 'teb of D& '!lra Beach ;;toe GideonA'tll be hell i

'lie'an- 'text week.Poultry i I the unit compared favorably with company in the past, and are urged to the boys and girls a copy of After a reason of prayer, ask- Saturday irorr.m:; at 63ta: n. ting
other units he had inspected in ,the Bible. God's uidaiKe. the I
to continue this fine support. ; following .
the .
r Management A very In : The monthU .11 rv'ere r
j the 124th:? Infantry and that the ; The foreign ,work of the Gideons elected : ) lead the !Starke
I "If we are to continue to ha'elone ness meets A,11 be to.- ; .
Man, folks are getting baby '121th was one of the best that spreads to many lands 1 The most 1 ('alT'p of (J>'irs f.>r the coming
of the outstanding units in
ht.-ks at this season of the :year, I he had inspected in the Southern I the recent project or.iaij is in Japan year 0 1. lj-i.n. pre-ident F T'lesd.'lv: o. t'.t -i! i i'lMi! t! .
I the State we must have coop-
) i loutl are will pay off. One word! I|States. where over {400.O college students. S Itxld. V. l't-> He it Wilhui\ Mii-n.i.! i H.t-'
eration of the young men their
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,.I laution do not young I i made
As a result of :parents in Starke and Bradford
r, Ky fieo. T. flu gg in, ( hit ks to run with old birds. Old I th : WTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLOOK
i by the Inspector at ; Critique County," Col. McClane said. Last Ocala Youth Wins
County Agent birds may show no signs of i officers of the local unit believe the local unit was rated
r e Agricultural t:\ten lon -nU-e yet they can be carriers ol the company will receive a ratingof fourth in the State for Efficient- Oratorical Contest TO THE FUTURESave i i
t. internal
several diseases and of I high excellence.Sgt. ,in Training. iI iI

M..st Interesting Trii roail .1 !!-A mileMr: White'sriin.si.il parasites. I :1 Arden Osborn of Ocala was declared i I
I The !local unit is a Battalion I
.ailed tarn lluiau <' writ\ KenUnJ are in .1 pecan winner of the National High ,
Months I > Poison Plant
resident J I: WniuwngM to giove Grazing galore, as cockleburs and I George A Winkler recently Headquarters Company whose du- School Oratorical Contest of the i a few dime a day and you quickly I
Plants such as the & Heavy ties consist primarily of communication -
completed Light build an investment for the futurv.
.die uiw plans for a meeting Fri- ;I;I Dome would say. mteshade are growing now. They I Weapons InfantryLeadership transportation, supply, American Legion in the Fourth I
To for children's education
night He" asked me to ride out We really stopped at linnets to stick -Keep plan your
gay to widt'8
The i
,are poisonous I course at Ft. Benning. Ga. He and administration. District. Twenty-three contestants -
.. the firm with him and we see a purebred Angus bull that Cockle- -their prott'l.tlun and their dt'teli'Iiment -
,them out of your pasture. !attended the course from O6 riety of job assignments in the participated throughout theseven
iuld talk a, we rode. Well intend i I I weighs better than 700 Ibs at 11 burs do their most damage to hogs to March 10 This is the second unit offers its members an advantage that made the is a parent's dutWith if.tiju'h .

uf': 20 minutes' ride, asiiggcatedl i i months of age. while they are in the sprouting :I school that Sgt. Winkler has completed over most other units, it counties up thrift to them!, t t'HI (Ojvn\ a

: it was at least two I I Well the May+.r ouMn't be ,stage of growth. If you know at Ft Benning. having was pointed out. Fourth District. savn.tf-)< Bechtt!: 'I'! vtiur child hen-

hours and the trip included three left out so to make my supper ;you have many cockleburs in your The contest for this district was

:arms of interest. : later he says I want to show youa :pasture, and cannot get rid of Tilt RIGHT POINT for the held in the USO building In Starke I II
Sheriff I'ete Reddish can show :I speciality of mine 60 acres of them you should keep hogs off NEWS ABOUT vtrite. Come in and select March 13 under the direction ofWm
"U rattle and hogs grazing 12reji Argentina P..ihi.i that has been 'the pasture until the cocklebuii- I I way you I I Ii
j SERVICE MENhober T. Coram.Scholarships.
..' of crimson clover and you'll green all winter He is going to ',have grown out of nie .proutuu1 jour favorite KSTKKI1IIOOK i 77/r Frellllll/lla1lk" !

,tt.' to see it to really apprecie get a seed crop, so we know we stage. *t Fountain Ten. Only $'!.:n at in leading universities I II,
I s I
the feed Jt I l.i furnishing; For will have a source of this seed BRADFORD COUNTY TEL.E- are given to the national keystone Heights. I'la. !

ore than a month now this 12 in the county Argentina lUhia i Hollingsworth e r.RAl'H. i
W. M. a :nH'! '
iies of clover seeded last fall is fairly new with us so this ; AAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAUAAA..AAUUAUAA.FLORIDA .

i.fe. .l :21: cows and 30 hogs The ,I pasture" is an asset to our county.I I \\' a HolHngsworth.! T'J! tur..r, !

Wei iH blooming out in spite of .and will be interesting for you tsee. <> I resident of BraJtord Count ,iiec FttLt

til the grazing. I wouldn't want ,, near
March 16th while working s
giiesa the numt er he could have |I: Wainw right is a little" more diversified his home south of Lake lUitU-r Hi'' VISITING ?
had there how much
on nor guess in his farm: program In
"1'1' these will have plenty to addition to his pasture program I was a native of Georgia. < omim i

oka like it will be until theuiimer ,,potatoes beans, cucumbers and young boy. and moving in 1H4;> :.J t '

sun kills the clover dawn. sweet corn. I
., I.ake Butler
I It. White, who owns a farmthe I
The these men have !
I program I He was a farmer a MI".n ania
sutr.e community, has a ,could be had on any farm. The '"
of the Baptist
"innlar I don't remember I member
program pasture acreage can he adjusted
nwt the numbers ustM! by Mr to the size of farm and number of surviving are his wile 1 M I: < 1 ,
: where drive in
White, but it was something like live stock They prove that goof he Parnsh Hoilmgsw..rtu! Lau you Floridayou'restation

lout 15 cows mi five or six acres planning and managment will Butler, two daughters. M l-ni't' "

l' Crimson Wainwright re'larked ,give% you the mint returns fron I Dobson. Cllarwat'r.11,1 Mw Mina

i e <.itgehich th.it pasture he would was hate giving to ;the Von fewest lU'l..nK acreslb0 ? I I, John Sweat.of Jacksonville Kaiiord Willie thn-o"I!son.-Sa always close to a Good Gulf and .

!'" ma-t grazing :and the stock
You ilo not need to stay away
S1"fan11 sor n Mt
Woodrow of Oi.i
Ga. and
tat too 1 if you are not a member You are vannah. and Mi> Henr.I Su-uiu-ii.: l
MrTiltc has a field of I Ken.i invited to attend your Farm Bureau la; one brother. Frank Hollings '
Starke. graduated from the I S
d red i that is waiting) fur a I meeting Friday night. April : worth and a sister, Mrs. Jennu ; Naval School I. C Electrician New Boosted

"'d nun'-bet of cows The closer ,,3 The place i is in the Courthouse, Itit.-h both of Kaifortt GULF NO-NOX
Course San
at Diego Calif. or
by t the I ode of the fetid and ,,aril! the time I is S 00 j i' m Thee.is .- I Funeral services were heldV 1nt Feb :27 with a final mark '.

i i-iin '. help but notice it il i rt'.ilIt':1 gth in i /.1: 1 ntKam7.iti '-.d.iv .iftern.uin at 3 o dock a'"th. SI :.16 He is now assigned to th' I I '

u t tio "is! 'the! Prison FUM; >M Mivi{ us :thruFridav! .' K .ue.-ide in Conni-r Cemet'iy
Aircraft Carrier Siapan at Norfolk -

...:I Va where he helps maintain -

the Hat-tup'-: eet'ril't 1o.
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'!::';'J: GASOLINE I

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Dear Motorist I
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MY arc I'lcawtl announce that the Dodge Division I '


of Chrysler Corp has reduced price as low as 5: 77 in accordance -

to newspaper release effective March 2ith, 1953. I ., :.? ::: 9..1" COMPRESSION PERFORMANCE !

d, .J
It in our prii'ilige to pass this savings on to you and \

still offer the High Quality Dinlge car backed up by Hardy get its!

Brothers dependable reputation in this in h.1\, .' 1. inn ;. Mtt4 Youne\f\ ; no other Basol1e New, boosted No.Nox gasoline is as up-lo
community, keeping : J -01> 1 .t to froth
Prove gpt
F'I .... i .,." I." a beat the \tong mileage 1'oU date as the super-compression engines in the most

tcith the Dodge policy of the finest Engineered Dodge Cars !1Hi'' ,I '. "r. ,.. ..I r... tp can new ;rO-r0; modern cars. In fact, this great gasoline is made
A.I Fane B.lSW
Antoajo. Texas. This training especially to meet the highly critical fuel require

and Trucks ever made.Sou' wii; prepare him for entrance into Response the start! ments of these amazing power plants and to make

Ar Force technical training and rig? ht from pitk them run at peak efficiency. And you can be sure
for aety-sure{
In specializedwork :
"a Here" the ditferente fEic: and on the hi; b- any carold or new-will thrive on new boosted

is the time to buy or trade. An early visit from !I up every. bme-m t trne snapPY fuel-saying No-Nox:: Gas'
James W Blue of SUrke was ....ayrlgI ht

recently: promoted to corporal in I 5 tart, jiio

'",,:, you trill be appreciated. the Marine Corps reserve fighter Knock-free, tollfreeanoolfcn.ss

squadron: at the Naval Air Station '
all the way w; h

, -n one Jacksonville.weekend a month Buie at who the Jacksonville drills- I If co r..lu. ne-. boost!!' NO N 0 X I
3 your -
Sincerely -cn
station, was among 20 "Re-power ALL your CAr ,

Marine reservists picked for prorn NOOX and enjoy Great for a"g '
=- csa.w.r: "ton I meered In" perlormance

Pvt Jimmy L Carter son of I gives of ...yage' GASOLiNE fii

Motor Co.
Hardy Brothers Mrs Ruby A. Cook. Rt 2. Starke. ____

.s n>>,,,' serving on Okinawa a i iI

-..-. ... *:r.ng U S outpost located off I iI I
+ the coast of China between For-

r 'Your Dependable Dodge-Plymouth Dealer" rr.)sa and: the southern tip of I

4 the Japan 22nd Carter: Anti-Aircraft is stationed Artillery with:\ F. REGISTER & SON DISTRIBUTOR

TEMi'l.K& : _\\ KNTK: : PHONE 6i- BHe: entered the Army il

A :jist 1952 and arrived oversea; PHONE; 155: : STARKE; FLA.StcondSttiion .

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FOURTH PERIOD T H.r'rr.: \'.:& a :-.1-, r -. S'a--- I-'and New I 'I -
''' Irk Kradfird Couity. State of Florida, i
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You >t are hereby notified tt..t a fer and on tw ilf of sid City of I', Circuit JirRPHREE I land bearing lntere pa) ,'! '..
HONOR ROLL are herrty r.ct.f.ed for Stark,. Bradford County. State "r Judge. annually on the fir .t da' ,
full for I'i\irce 3: U 4t 4 3 v..mb.r'anet
I Florida of the Bond here.naftr May of e.i- \ .
I Dlvvrce been filed against you In the : more particularly described or to> | I rat. o- rt t.. I,,' '. ,.r".II"

Thf full',wing students were onn above has been filed('.aga'n! rr'U ; >e named Court and cause and 'be described or toxe in ana>' I j I II. Tie tirr.l. (.*ur.. .1"1. "......-.' ..hl':1"; n th. ., '.' .1 : .
named .un and cau I are required tu serve a copy of affitted thereby : I I at llrrvlt .f FUrIJa In and (..: I..,! h r.i', ,0,.t r\. .
*:.- Honor Roll at BHS f-.r the fuu are required to *ere a c r ..
your answer or pleading: to the Y..u and ea. h i>f ? 'u. the State o* f.r Hradfvrd ( onsip : la t *MK.rr i- I i p. .

-jrth !six-Aetk period: Complaint answer or pleading on the Plan tiff's Flor.da! through the State Att"rne> CITY UFSTVP.K.F a Uu-..'...-*'. -x !'n 1..r'.U..lo. i C ; .
on the Atti'rrey T Frank Landrum. of the Eighth Judiv.al C.roait of the ,'unt of IVaJf.-rd s>t*'e c>: d--, rip'i I..n ; 1.lion.ie :.
1th 6r.tdeAnne Atturnej Z... h H .-. !':: ; Starke. Florida .Florid: ,1 ai.; i' "
Florida I'etit.oner
g t.r.
: are hereby r"'Pir..d: t.> A;'- H. T.\T": i'r'
ty Lura gurqess (O/lI- Cressler Benton Futch, Lynch Florida.nd uildlnc. .- ... J, file the original In the office of ) pear before! thi. C..urt at the Court FiA'HIDA. and thr Ta\i. > ers. Pr..p- ''I'r"n\: : : .: \ :' .
Clerk of te Circuit Court House ertv- :Ma MI Fi.sA'i.e t ...
file on u Gainesville. Florida! on 'thth ( \1< II.-ra and c se ::s ( the :
___- -i---7OC1.HEBRJbruIn = Aaron Hutcheson Johnny Kope- the tile original tn the before theo ( day of April. h 5J. at 10 o'clok ; ClfY )}' s-TARKF uu-iud.r.K N.'n- ,' ; : .1 i iit .b
( Clerk of the Circuit ..' i : day of Apr!. 15: I A M. and show ,'. If He..ldotnts ,t .u hr.t! t ..' I :
.0U! owning Property .tr
Ku- 'e any yon .r >ufcJeit -
lousos Josephine Kuig. Patsy 1 or before thee .. -
wise the allegations of Slid II..\.' 1Iohy the prayers of the Fet.t.ou to tiXatU'M thtlt! '.".. Pe: Mn h. :luVi :
\\ the April l>rmr+ rail !arhn1aiow1 i gin Jr .S in cera Marjone Strickland. Adele :! da\ ..f April I'sotherwise : will e taken ms cocfess- filed: in the aboie entitle 'aU'I :.- .. Kt-l ::den' }- 1' .' -r.d -1

"llf h .u-nH Kanterome be the allegation I by you. should be T, :is'ap:' -' ., .,
% .fU) here, Kl U3U also Delmar Williamson. Joan ,Complaint will not granted and the iiru. >isi
Scholl. be taken. '
: notice shall toi published ,I Utilities Revenue Bond therein de- i .ql. r 1\: 'hi'
in all Hi jflor! ). !Spring K For Easter. try ROASTED ;1 Lewis. James Home. Fa> Durban ed by you each week for four consecutive i i! scribed and the proceedings aathoristng T,' the State t>f Florid '1.. <''' r : -!.i line

:: EGOS This notice shall b. I in the Bndford County T l.- the issuance thereof be validated al Property Owners Tai. e: '. L.-' 1 red 1 :- _. ,;. ":
here.The Place eggs in oven at 350degress. llth Grade 1 once each week for four I and confirmed : lien- and others bavir.i,; .talmtng Ma' .i-es 1941 :
said rtllmes
winds of Just take 20 I week: in the Bradford County .. d this Ii day of March. 1553 ar.>' right title or inlrr't lot"
Spring are calling. i minutes. Jimmy Cole. Dorothy Colvm ; Revenue Bond to be issued by the in ;'r.-- 1iii\t. t\ i.riFTzT-i
\ SEAL Charles A. uaroy Petitioner ber..ln..Ir and on behalf e rty to be affected bv the Nstian.o \ .. F: j., : ,.
O rome 0 come and seeThe : I have to put Digger in the bedroom Nancy DuPre Mary Julia Futch, ; this U da\ of Mach Clerk of the l.'lr"ull"our' of the City of Starke. Bradford bv the City of Starke. in ltradf.rJ'uniy. 'i ::1'c i "'
OFFICIAL. SEAl.) Charles A. Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk i ,t', State of Florida :
brie the budding wonder h C .unty. State of Florida. n .. of \ ;
in the morning He cannotsee Annette Green Martha Landrum. Clerk of the Circuit 3o: 4t 4, 10NOTH jh asgrcfate I Hondt! hereriafter more r
sum Eighty Thouai.t ... I'
Of flower and of tree." out .the window as well Whenhe Pa.!) Lawson Russell Crosby By Marian L Crosby. Deputy Collars ISO.000 001 t<> be df'l>ignated. ,Inscribed or to be .jn any way' a:-
::I :: ,r..tf'd
4t thereby:
I cannot stay unheedingThe looks out a window he sees Richard Kuhn. Wayne Matchett K TO .prttK dated numbered in denominations oft
<. \l L ( Irruit ( cart, Rradfwrtf C08.t,. a..U to mature as follows t'tihtiesKrimue ("\1. and each o' :"u, the State I
April wind's soft call squirrels. dogs and things that James Calvin Suggs. Levy Canova. Sealed bid Will Kilt l.r Hilts .i I. (.aancrrj. Bonds dated the 1st day of '>f 1"1"1'1.1. through the State \f .

i Too noon the leaves of rrt-r.4: Lmdrard f'lallltlft.'s.. Eva May. 1S63 numbered 1 to iO in- 'ley' .'f the Kighth Judicial Circu
Spnngtu him excited He ity 'uumil. of the city of ,
forgets i I 10th Grade I :,t the City Hall in Stark. U Lindfard l.tf"nd.&nt.Cue. dusl" ". in denominations of 11.001).00"l"al'h. ; '>f Florida are hereby required t FRIGIDAIRETIIERE'SJt'STOXE

e and barks. He is so pretty this Shirley CotUe. Elaine Colson. ,intii S 00 1/,1 lo< k P M "n No T10 and tu mature serially a. follows ->|ap pear before this Court at the
I :ourt
Turn golden in the Fall I \pril -:. Ii53. at who h ire Toppear. : '! House in <;"I fI..SI IIf'. Florida.
His hair tirn
spnng. is long silky and ,Norma Gonzales. Patricia Law- f p lace all bids recei.! >' Ea"Wld Llnd ard. ""whcs i Number tmannt \r.r i *>n the Cttt day of April. 1>53. at I"
will .
Edith Shaw Butler I shines. I brush him and hu tall i| son Barbara Jean Prevatt. T |II i li u-ly opened and read aloud" be l .. ..e and address I"... UnknoWn 13 13.000 195& ::3 I> clock A. )I. and how caus... .' !

IV,*.fry vi often f'ollowmg: are hereby noutied that a 4- & 3.000 l!&i Ii my you have why the prayers < 3
expresses 1 is like j't
a plume. Wendell j1 he Petition fiJed ,
Alderman. Kelly In the
I.Jay for above
net Bulldozer, located I 7s 3.000 m; I: en FRIGIDAIRE
is in 9th Grade :, the .
I been filed against In the 13-15 sewer revenue bonds thne
humtn beings have no The said City reserves the you .t.ooo: ins Made only by (Icneral;
'I'j described
poweru num 0 Margaret Rose Duncan Jud> : t.. aept ..r rJtt anj' or all named Court and cause and 1&.19 It..i8 and the prt>l'I'.IIIO:
> express I repeat poetry. It retievnt CITY OF STAKKE. are requin-d to serve a copy of. 20-23 4.000 1961 101.lIth.'n.lne the issuan, e thereof I I.ealldated Motors Corp. All other

t h.- HI he often in the throat "On.- \\lio Uent On"I Ellington Jackie Hobbs. Shirley I! P> 'arl Johns. (':1\.' Clerk.! answer or pleadings to the I ::4-:7: : 4.000MOO 111j2: :1\..r and o..nf'r'i. -.,ld ",''-. Electric Refrigerators{
have no fear of death since .Jackson. Eleanor Kathryn Johns. PO on the PlaintiffsAttorney ? .H 4...I 15.43 retemie bonds t. l.e l--ued i i.i' I.> aremade
.it the sight of beauty The soft II' | Lloyd Ba!n beulf by other companies
you have gone. j Constance Jones. Ruth Elaine Lee ; Kuilding. Ja'k"nville. }'Florida :6-4t :.(lO. isis ''I'11' uf the City .,f $Si.irk. H-adf.-rd
wind of April on ones cheek The SOhi(1: ,'unt)". State of Florida, and cannot u< the word
You always went ahead to giveme 1 Barbara Matchett Irene Metzger. 111 \rlT.\K file the original in the office of > 41-4i 5.0th I(4! : 1'\ (be ac e
ngif: th- robin the first violet (n (irrutl ('uurl. llradfurtl ,' Clerk of the Circuit Court on : 4,-so ;.ooo i!Alii T Tepate. um of F'-> n Th".ln! Krigidaire.
strength. I,Jane Richarde. Joanne Slade Ina i I'In rid a i In ( ...n..r,.. the '1-55 j.000 lH : L' .l.u iiI4l>.000.001" I.i dtd.. B'lated .,".',!
nature as You Pla.ntiff \ s day April 1 53.; 6-61 jooo 161! ui di ::1 :: c.ond r
II<4) nia'le it Who is the climbed the cliffs before 'I :Stern Pearson Cox. John Rusha8th ,.ii- :'. MLII'h! } 1......nol....t. .. the allegations of said 1-65 5.000 1970 I *,* to niatuie .is t.,. a S, ti. ,

person you called me on. I t'o.e N.j. will be taken as confefcs- 66-70 SioOO 1971 tevenue I5\'nd". ,1.il..1 I t':. : .t 'Ia' Want .1 GezittiticFRIGIDAIRE
na' tn Inok upon the beauties {iradi'Ginger kol ire 1'0pp..ur" 1: you. 71-75 5.000 !I"'f )fa)', 1';.T. numbt'I,1 1 I t h' ,i-i

And tested grapevines for their I, Jones. Marilyn Cox I T,. Fl-.reine S. Murplix \ notice shall be published 760 5.000 li'7: ,.l IU"I:1: \ .t.'n"mlnatl"TI J U.....,
natttif .md
.i deny Goo? 19'73. ?
This is ; swinging length. sideiue and, aldrr", is jno: eah week for four c..nl'U a. h. .11,1 I InLllIr" 1"11": 4.. 1ws ?
.-ncmgh evidence Nature. I I' II You crossed the stream to sec'j tY. rateto determined b the '
I :;Claire Jean Mundv. Henry .rk lt.New: York. > On \lsiibre 'hi.".' Tsar THEN: SEE
Thi.i week brings us Raster and how deep it ran |II .Richpirde. You are hereby notified j I .-d thi IS da> ot March 1953 .i''Lipoii the sale of said bonds. .0 it i I. It 1:1.0(10: 11-.4!
( Martha \'anLandin ham 18 uit for ) Charles A. Darcy -a.h rates shall not ex. red four perrnt 1- .0O0 1 -. .

'he oft repeated phrase that And beckoned laughing from1!]Loedith Griffis, Maxine Andrews. : Divorce Clerk of the Cireiui i .un' : t (4'V ) per: annum upon thr parlalue : ';- S ::1.000 ,..:,'; E. H. SMITHTenth

onngs us, !IJ much joy HE IflKIEN the other side hreUissa .as been: filed against you In I arlan L. Crotby, Deputy Cl"'rfc 'I. thereof Interest upona.d. 1'-13 4000! 1"51
iWhatever | liondhhall: be '
j ableniiannu.il
Stalling. Sandra LeeTay-a bove named 'ourt and cause 3204t4,10 pa> 14.17 4oisIs t'\
That haa given all Chris- Iy 1 I) on the let day of May a ul thriat -:?!! -
: ou are 4000
the unkown required to 1l 1"1:
were Steve Harden. serve a
uan hllf'f' throughout the world you |or. Nancy Bates y our answer or pleading to NOTKi: TO .IPPKtlt i !l: 1\.1)\ of November of eai: h yearii.rt :2-! !-. .I\I'I) I 1.\ and Temple Ave.

the span I rom Long, Fritz Pellum. Gail c,ol:-plaint on the Plaintiff's Irruit ('ourt. llradfurd ('ollatJ, 'i particular desinptioii o'i'tilitirs :6-1" '. ()(.o 1'1.1
For we know that death is con- Att'.rnev I lirvrnue: Bond& appear >tg 31--: :. Starke Fla.
Williams .
I have no dread of that which Ror.vland. Sandra & Flit In Chancery j I" :! ,
J Reddish. I b\ reference .
<'l1uf',1't" shall all rise on that : o. Uox f-l. Staike, Florida! : J Douglas: limmble. Plaintiff. to rdinanre No 141 .\ | 36.f" :, '1".1 I" ..1C
I you have tried j iast day Have new bodies and I IlI'e f the i irizing the same .
I Clerk of the Circuit CATe No 8708 1"11'Lllt"'j
Now but first ; |
have opened | :
forever you j lilly Torode. J r before the ... T.pp..ar whit h is attached to
and everVh-> be- death's door : :!IJ day of April, I'tJS.! I Ruth Brumble. whose J.art of the 1'rution beiriii 1'11.-
I Marger
;th Gra.le ; > | j That's Our lizisitie.s.sr
I Rule
,, to be
neve therwise published in the Hr.i.l
I the .
To wait for me as have I ;' allegations of I an-1 address is: c'o Jr.1 I f'ord County I. ASS -
you Alton Coleman. Thomas D-al ompi .int will be Winter Telegraph Maike, ,.1. : .
taken Street.
"Yesterday after school two boys I II done before Hobbs. Marcia Miller. f.r.8e4 by you. as 1 i i' j Massachusetts.; Teaj|, i''da. a newspaper publi-hrd :In Hi ad ,\r ftlJ If It's. ( .Ia'-... \\ (' |11:1\| li :
.Patricia j'ord County. i 11 form and
ame t to help me with the lawn. This nut ice shall fee are 'hereby notified that: al! ,' tn.innri avquired M.I.RITi
: \
There is to me. consolation in :, Jan :Moore. Judy Dankel. Gerald 0 nee each week for four ('on for b>' Sri't ion :5 06. FIrilt or

flit boys that have always helped that poem. All of us have someone |Gibson. Patricia Pellum. Burge''"r i\e weeks III the Bradford Divorce ,I'S ftatutc141 IMiNK:' : .* !: > Joel l'Co.
elegraph \I(
Hf' and has I tt'tfl filed against you in the i'l.I'l'Ki: ': 'I'! .
gruwn up one a job who has passed on and is waiting ''Searing. Ehssa Stefauelli Virginia! I I ...I..lllhll l 1.; t\.I\ \. ..Marfh.: I I, ; nati>ed Court and cause and J\,"'11"1-10".1.! : .1": \: i ii Peters t Glass
'he other m in Japan.Ve had (('-.1'.1.\1. 1< : ?. .
a i SEAL) Charles! A. are re i
As days roll by more of us will Darby.. Ann Taylor. : .
.hilh night and the ice was the ; Cleik of the Circuit (' ; answer or pleading to the (..m- ____ FonY( { (; I.SSEEB: :
on .
i I have crossed over to the other !y Marian L. ('rtoby, peputy .' I | on the Plaintiffs Atinrnev. ,,| -" .. ... :\

ntrram* I rtnl think I might put side. I : _ 3; 20 4t a"h II. Di."u !a". .305 ._Lynch: ,4 ) \\ (. Design:' Modern Store Fronts.

.ui .some peaa this afternoon, al- to r NOIUI-: n irrciit 'I file the. original Jdl'Koollll\! in C.the r 1/ll'Ia.i.office "-,!: __ Just Mail Is A Pattern) for
o HOIi.' lettuce and radishes. I I use a Pkemmgton \ K10la jj9fl !. Circuit Court, llrndfurd '
< ( Clerk of the Circuit Court on ATTENTION Talilc
write this. I just happened to no- .Ir..ull I fuurt.. 11 rail. ford riurlilat lu ( haurrr the :20! day of .April 1S53 Tops
I!I :
have ny* seed potatoes ordered. I r'l.irldai In ( .......r,. .\r.-hie liutler.: Plaintiff.
but tice on a red seal that says "To 'I }'r.-d 1* 1 HIM.'ii. Plaintiff vAnt'.i- iiutler.: Dtfellilant Cjve\ !'No !; the allegations of Ioald..' ;US :N. \\ I ISth: St.; (;.ameMille, lla. Phone i 1:1:1: ; :
Gardening is woik fun. .. t I will be taken ab con If You
life". u..tt" 1tt. I.f..ndallt \oilce To ,\ _
lengthen 11111'11
time is .
save No DTO' I I Ii by > ou I
Yesierdav Dun ,; ..
To Llllie
was a busy man. I i : Itutler.< ii'> f r. '
Perhaps most of us work too Nnllrr Topprnr. !'niul .ul<1r..' .s i" :!::> East '' 1 notice shkll oe punnshed
lie sold a ga.s:' stove so set it up T.ntul'1..tt... I'urvo. whose rrMdfiuf -,i i IJayone. New 1't : eat,'h Week for four < one<'uti\e PINE OR CYPIICSS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEXPERT
and do not Jerio-y '!
about 20 miles from here Heitarted hard, eat too much ami ittiJieH.: iv! iss! ("arltonl,|I Your are hereby. notified in the Bradford County Tele .

take care of ourselves as we Av..-nue. I.Yooklyn. New York. I i ii uit for TIMBER TO SELL PLUMBING
after an early lunch. Whenlie i You are hereby notifitJ that a ; Divorce 'I I .. this J9 day of Mar.'h. 1953
should. We are slowly killing our- SEAL) Charles A. Darby 4
gut:' bark to the store he called euit for ,| has been filed against you in
doctor Clerk of the Circuit Court Large or Small Tracts '
selves. I have a book by a 1 TMvorce I al.nam..d
me In a short time a call came Killing Your has teen filJ against yon in thej I. von are required Court to serve and cause a .. ) arian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 4'10 4 \\e Guarantee; Our \\ or"

fur an ambulance So away hewern Stelnchron "Stop abn\e named Court and cause and of!!, your pleading to the complaint : 3/30 41 We Buy All : \nd Wt' Wor I
s-rve a copy
self." It is good. >ou are required: to the Plaintiffs Attorney *IZa'h

and did not get:' home until I bright. It your aiiiiuer or pleading he J'laintfr.Attorn..y. to !the.c *j.|. II. Douglas. 505 L '()Tln('ourt: TO, Bradford ppr.\H{'ouot,. I Quickly : (.! -
I The sun is shining < .niaint on liuilJing, I IeIi. """
jfter six The plans for PAY TOP PRICES
our new T Frank andruia I In ( hanrer II
must be warming up I shall !S' .>. Florida. i iI"rk. j 1 and file the. original In the C. Pufahl Plaintiff. vs (" Fs WhenIN
lluorlllary I I
are on rough paper. A the CUrk .f the ("Irl'uit Court II I "s.1 i
the lawn now. tr.J file. the oriRiii.il In the office tit; M. Pufahl. Defendant .
work on othe r the ;n
dar of
few 'I April! 1!
rhanRfx: are to l he made | Case No. 90 I
forthc I' CUrk of the Circuit Court on ,
oth I
Cod bless you all. I rvM.e the allegations of To \ppeari NEED OF ANY H PK pU''m\( .
blue print .[ or b.ftre the complaintill .
be: taken a<- <''' Write I _ _
LOVE-LURA.1 20 diy ..f 'I"| ii. J",:.::. ed by youThis : lI..h'n M .Pufahl.'ho t' resi- or Call -------
IIEI.I'I : 'i't'I... I HINTS I Ut children .:1 ..th-r\ivf th. allegations of raid and addr. --- i 423: N. Broom V() TOO SMALL .
Complaint will lc takrn as confecsn notice shall be \' .. ih-lrv. are. JOI
A lie are flightened in the dark \ l.y I once Each week for four are herebylotirieil: that a .

have a flash light under their This you notice shall 1.e pubtifhe graph WHk In the Bradford County f.r B.T.THOMASLUMBER j I \0 JOlt TOO LARGE t

LOVE the Drt ttt'r' once each week for four conyecu.' I and other relief .
pillow They, flash YOIT'IA Count ,I Dated this ( d.iof March. :;: In the .
ran It around tlve v.-eeka In the Bradford ) I i teen filed against you

the room II seared For candleholders brook purse-Mze fountain pvn in I TVleirrsph r :Mauh. i1'::;:: ';,i I OFFICIAL Clerk SKAL of)the Charles Circuit A. I I I Ii named Court to serve and cause a copy and of CO. E
i.tv required
I Ilrad- I I'.n.d tin- M i> A. FILLY A W( PLUMBING
on birthday takes tr\ lifeater (wintel IIh& 1'OKO COUNTY TELt:( It.\I'U. I Clerk of the Circuit Court |: 3/:0! 41 on the Plaintiff 1
Stick candle In the hole I Ry Marian L. Croaty. Denntv Clerk ; William D. Morgan. '; P. 0. Box 735
I .
Plumber With
1 II I Years
3.l. : 0 -1 I la ... STARKE FLA.
('irruit ( .rt. Itritdford I : N. Starke Ha. tiMioxi
I II I ir'lorlilnt In ( hanrrry. the original in the office of

I Mae Carolm ;Martin I'lamtiff .. of the Circuit Court on I
FARM FOR SALE BY UNITED STATES In "the ( Iriull unrl Of I'li.riil.i( I ItI&"I" I William Alfrtd Mai tin i '.. .. the ,: :.,.' I :
llraillurd ('*UB<>. Noiirr. '! .. .\ppear \< 1M the allegations f said
-- --- -
Mac Ikilejs Hammond and 1::. K'j To William Alfred :Martin. will be taken as ...infest

GOVERNMENT Hammond her huM>aid. Plaintiffs,'I rfMdt'nl'e and addir-- i-. you \

\ ,. JanifH L.. I'hillip.s. lieulah Phillips IIIUiUUr& notice shall be published
t HUM Ilt-ulali John.Min and CeoTK Your are t..r"ltlutlf"d e.cn week for four consecutive OOK
>* Johnson. hr hu>t>and. I'rffiidants -;I.suit for in the Bradford County Tele t
1 '
Divorce ; ; t
THIRTY-EIGHT ACRE TRUCK FARM MI rut: or I..tn\l.: 1.nIt'ot! I has been filed against >'::a in this 19 day (if March. 1)53

!ot U.t: |I I Ia.tOcamed Court and cause SEAL) Charles A. Darby

WITH THIRTY ACRES IN CULTIVATION to whom I....u are required to serve a 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court
Xi Tlt'i: is hereb Ki\en > nr Deputy Clerk
answer er pleading to the L. Crosby,
I .1 in4> 'lh'1"1I that under and l h) 1 plaint on the Plaintiff's |, 3. 20 4t 4:ie t\e Exclusive

LOCATED ONE MILE SOUTH ,rtiif i.( that < ertaln final it.er.'I 1 i Xai'h Il. Douglas 505 I. \ Fea\\'t

1\the,t fuiril.iMire I'trt-uil Court a-n4 of ale the Eighth entered Ju-in I ;..P.uilding.and JaiksonMlle, Florida .u..) Judjl;"'* < ourt %
file the original in the Count). riorlaa.
EAST OF STARKE AND ONE-FOURTH .111141 I'ircuit of "'Iuradoon the 12th: I :".!! Clerk, of the Circuit Estate of Albert SMilnk.z also
I da of Mar.h, 1S.M therein .
> in a cause or before the 13: day of April : n as Altiert Cinkez. 1). e.td

MILE FROM FLORIDA HIGHWAY NO IHM.MO.NU pendinx and wherein In.MAP.. HAMMOND IMII.KJ.S. 'I'nlhf'rwisp I' the allegations of ,'. is hereby given that I hay
''IHlllalllt111 be taken as my Final A. coUnt and Petition chcJs
her husband an- plaintiffs and I'I "
led by you. Discharge and Distribution as I you'l
100 ON GRADED DIRT ROAD. RURAL IVMKS: U riUI.Iirs. HKl'LAH I, This notice shall be Administratrix of the es S.
now ..
once each week: fur four of Albert: Schlnkez. I MIX and li/oIIWa: : .'IIIIX I &tlX. hertinband ,
weeks thai
in and
I the Bradford (Cinkez dnea.-ed
MAIL ROUTE, PHONE, POWER LINE, aie drfendants. I. T. A. graph. County 15th day of April. A P I'JJZ, I

Y.U\ II. Jr., as Special Master in Dated this 11 day of 1 apply to the Honorable T A.
I I March, :
\\0'.11)| offer for sale andw..t
ha. -i \ .
SCHOOL BUS SERVICE AND MARKETSFOR .. Oz.'fo'ICIAI.L) Charles A. Jr.. County Judge of
tIp11I1o1I.t i
;I \It at pulilnoutiry to Clerk ot 'he Circuit : County. Florida for appri.' al of
an.l lif.st bidder for ,-ash in
ny Marian L. and for final dis
Crosby. Deputy final report
fi of Kas-t door of the court -
Admim-trali iX; S
,-u-- of Bradford (t'uunt Florida, 3. 13 :i ." as \ estate -
I : abI'aptlllnt.t
Marine. Florida on Tuesday..'
TO A Je.tii.rUpn:4.:
FARM CONTAINS FRAME DWELLING I \i i.l 14th. lb ::.3. between the legal l lhur' In Circuit Court llradford AriT.11('.. Thomas. Jr. .

of >.ale the following described I iFlorlJai In ('hincery. .. fur Petition r 3 2(. 4t 4 'JoTII
AND THREE FARM BUILDINGS IN real property situate lying and'i 'Thorn iba\ Id Madden
!I"'l Ifradford County Florida:
i m .
Anna < ;
,,. 1\ Madden: l'rt.ndaust.t'at 01l'll'TI()' TO
: witr.iinmenoinK I
.No. .|'' 11:11: KICIII10IS %tlE
FAIR CONDITION. GOOD WELL WITH at the NW riirner of ;Notice To ,A|>prnrt Is hereby given that the II S
liiiNE', of NV4 of Se.tlon 10i : To Anna ...
0. Madil* n. \I< ho'ip I ; under the provisions
I T .""- 'hip ; South Range :22: Katl. : deiu iaiti .
ELECTRIC PUMP. PROPERTY WILL addrei' K J' I 20.951 Laws of Fl"rida.
I .lId run South alonit the: \\ e.t A-h\llle. New
: of 1941. will register with the
.IKt" of said XI. of N\V a di<- You
are hereby notified of the Circuit Court in and ,
BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER I in, e of 4'!'5 feet to a take for al suit for Dixone! has been County State of Flori
I 1''lIIt..f beginning theme run
l against .
you in the above receipt (If proof of publica
DOWN PAYMENT I l.avt: and parallel with th. North Co'-rt and cause and you of this notice the fictitiouS. ':
line of said Se.tlon 10 a distant e quired to serve a copy of your (of Starke Lnan & Finance Co.. .
..f 153 feet to the West edge i
I fl swer or
pleading to the which I am engaged in bus- !
WITH BALANCE PAYABLE IN FIVE U- right uf way of State llighv m,,011 the Plaintiffs Attorney I at (Canova Drug Store Starke. !
i \\ iv' No 100. thence run S"ulh.1.I..rly ;, T Frank andrum.. !': : I i

> along the said West cdgif Florida and file the original 11 A Canova, Canova Drug':
EQUAL ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS AT I .1 said Highway a !| office of the Clerk of the (' '. Starke, Fla. I I
IT'S feet to a point where the ; Court on or bef..re .
the :0 r this nth day of March
5 INTEREST ON UNPAID PRINCIPAL. > a-t and Vest line on the South j; April. 19::, otherwise the 153. at Starke Bradford Coun ONE PIECE TOP BURNERSEasy
I de of the X1, of said NK14 cVL4 if, thins of said Complaint |
:\\ intersects said highway. ..,
as i nfes 'eii
by 3'13 4t 4 3
SEALED BIDS ON GOVERNMENT BID I the-ne run West &;O.:! feet to a This notice Ihall he you. to clean lightweight unit
I'.mt Where th. Ka>t and West
once each week" for four ( ('Irruit ('ourt Eighth JudlrU Iiii:
the South Mde of X1, ofnd :
ne on
weeks In the
FORMS WILL BE RECEIVED ON PROPERTY -. XEV of Niut..r".et" with graph Bradford County Irruit of Florida In and for
Count). In ( ....""y. i I
:he North and South line on theW..t 'i' Dated this EXCLUSIVE
1d.&y of
; a Municipality
Hide of said XE. of XW",.
10:00 A.M. APRIL 20 OFFICIAL SK4L 'harl..s :
UNTIL A. County of Bradford.' State of
th.'n.e North along the West line'
ditaneef Clerk of the circuit I Petitioner vs STATE O? RED WHEEL REGULATOR '
aid XEi of XWV a 13' '
1953 AT THE STAT r: OFFICE OF THE .. 1'5 feet to the point of degmn ) Marian L. Crosby, Depuf < I and the Taxpayers. Prop- '|
;. :20:: 4t owners and .UK and lying and bring in thrS and for oven heat
tiP STUCK Non- Fit fet
1"1' Iudmg 0
:\ of said XRS of X\V, "f -aidition .
.nllC. I '
FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION : 10 u'l'Ktii: <1. nt- owning Pr-.perty or sub- accuracy ( r
:- Toss n.hlp and KaiiK to Im Irruit ('nun, llrndford (" to taxati. therein Respond- '
t:. hr with the tenements here- t'loriJa: In ( ..........ry.'In. : !
304 CHEOP3 OFFICE BUILDING .1 i.'ment" and appurtenance; \ ..nl tran.]
ROOM l'llln.ft. yo JlI.I: I'.I i
1, reto hel"nK-nfr i-ad HiKhwa\ t\ari. Defendant EXCLUSIVE -
i'M-e N< thPta'e .f Fl. rida. 'h* ev'-
:'"' ..iittht' and ideni -
being sa'iie \ilre To Appear.
STREET l.r.I'tr y "\\n 1'I... .r'
35 NORTH MAIN i al State Itoad formerh ruin To Mar" ,
t.\an, whose ,, .
re "Lot 't. "' hi.
nr\.1f.n i : :I. nil" ii- riair- SWING OUT BROILERFor
ere4' :2S1. all\ situate in tI and addres I iv :240 president :' .ti..i! -ght. I' :.. Im'Tet in I

GAINESVILLE FLORIDA AT WHICH anty. FUiriaa.T. ltro..KUNew Y..rk ; .'rv I .ti' r' 1*.1 I.\" .t.' ,is-
A Tawn. JrSpseial You' are hereby notified r t 'j Iii. .' > f S'i'ke IS fun-to-broil steaks

!;! TIME A PUBLIC OPENING OF THE' : :O4t Master 4 tt\, suit Diinne.for jtdy and cirtI' and chops

I'l-.r ihlldrrll and 'I'J-\ l :

i BIDS WILL BE MADE. THE PROP. ..* i.i.nt.Ike (Irruit rirlila.Court.. 4 Of nanrrr Ilra4f}. rd has children been filed against you !in ; MONUMENTSLOWEST 30805 J I

: N }-Adoption: of On* Eiub.h above named Court and cau--
ERTY MAY BE IN PECTED AT ANYTiME ..r. -'. you are required to serve a ; :
Order Of Publication V si' otlt... your answer or pleading tu TRADE IN
'plaint PRICES 30.05
T U 'l-ert K.trle leii-'re ar:Jsa on the Plaintiffs
BY PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS V .- rt I.m..r."t. Beula Ule"h Alt'.rney T. Frank r...' i I :
Carolina.i Starke' 'FI..rJda.snd FINEST QUALITY I ,

AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONAND r i i-e hrrebv no'.fird that Rob. file the ongu.al In the I
F I"' m.-e-t 'aid Verna J. D mo- jf the Clerk of the Cirtu.t ; No Extra ChargeFor
an or before
BID FORMS MAY BE OBTAIN. '. -:-: the hate adoption filed th.r of worn Una Elisabeth petition : d..) of theo .\pr.!. is;: Setting In Or Near 218.00AT

... otherwise the
r> t n the al.o\e Court and of

ED FROM MR. CLIFFORD L. CURRIE, ti.:loot!'he>..1 Hon h petiti.John.n will A H.be Murphree presented; Complaint ft'o..oM by you will be taken as STARKE.J1

:.' re <.' said 'ourt. at his offtc* fS 1 This notice shall be pub!:

COUNTY SUPERVISOR, FARMERSHOME > ....,\ ills! FI..ndu, ,.n April :i; once each week for four con.---. ONLY $11.40 PER MONTH

'.*_'. .>' o.U.vk. 1'111. weeks graph in the Bradford Cuurry /i. ..... "
> Order stall b* putli'hed: .n, 'PI.;
ADMINISTRATION 102 S. luted th:< I" .b M \
-v<- r.. it four ueeklv :,.JrS ,.f ) r. ,
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!' 'd I c 'i.r.'v Telegraph. FFI.M\L SK\L> a--- .\

STREET STARKE FLO : .' d th. M.... hy.. l.-j:; Clerk of the Crcut
THOMPSON '-'. .. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy : -
'IA1. :'11.'har1.: \ A r.a' > I Central Fla. Gas & Co.

RIDA. THE GOVE MFNT RESERVES \ ':' rk t the Ci':3; :o..'"T 4t. .4.:,;:0'' : i- Write For Free Folder Appliance

10 J''tR
!. Clrri.it (curt. Ilradford (. .\\TIC MEMORIALS.!
: THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR nTlCt: TOppnin florida: In Cianfery. 119 \\.CallSt. '
- In rirrull Cvarf. llradfurd Count?,,. \liiert! W Herrigel PU: .r STE.iSr"' :> 1933: Phone 01 tarke, Fla.

florldxt !. rhanrTT.K.r Madalalne Herrige!. I'.. -r.. ALL BIDS. : C. Sharp.Plaintiff: vs Helen i I Cast N 715 FCSHT ST. .
\ .rfr ia Sharpe. Defendant. 011... T. ;
Case No. S4ottee STa i I To: Ha4a14h ipprar. Herrige!. ONVlll(, ricttSA:) ,= : f 'Uf 9iK O'K. ) l : -i I !

Ipaear. I r"sld"u and address la. 154 : .




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TYYTYYYTYYYYYTTTYYYTTTTYYTYTTYTTTYYTTTTTYVTTTTTT*' third chair He tells us this keeps Roadside Market so we mixed a .
: e :n ;rr ::M tr..e .f 'n'f' each 1"IIi f.'r fo-sr ..
the birds away. They are very pound of 50 per cent wettable SOIL >'. .f..y at Starke. Florida with- "...... in the Hr4fvrdun->
CONSERVATION a: ": ai:>nd...
FARMER'S3D r !11'h'm: graph
t ;
much interested in raising ber- DDT in a couple of gallons of .. i '
the :.rt vuui.catior f th'- Dated 't > :4 daf :Mar.ttFFhiAL.s.tiCh.4l.s.l.
4 nes m Florida and may sofr.edayras water and sprayed the place The !-:..> h .I.t m ,'r drmanA sha'I!: :'
bernes both Sweden and result most form N-E-W-S : wnng: and hall state the i 4. TK .if the ('.n-i-.tt t
in was satisfactory
I A R ar ', :' .i. f ridenc and pant office P')" Masai: L Cra.b). ''''VUI' l
Florida and commute betweenthe addition to killing the houseflies I d: : -f the claimant and hU 4 Z; I' rwrrCll'
Bill HaasU
t. .
I By <; to t y the oUtmant. his'
Sam McGarvey 4 two places. We hope they do. i we also got rid of the fruit .u- :. T flat: rr. t. and afy such'
: By .
4 \\ 4 I U tt .i C'tn-tIIt ,'_no liadftwd l'.at'
The author will be glad to refvltr 4 > ,
I : \V '; r J.: t-s Ac admhlbtratC' F..I I. "iI..tr'
:: :: Itmu of Uit so dogone 1htendaat..tle.
lil I '.I.d !lima t"wtr.s.
the ardvltlm of farmer in stopped in one day we ("aM'
4 iatel> with bemea that we didn'thave I I : !:7 It 4"!';' .
: Bradford Cwintjr. Suggestions may to with -- -- 1 > T. "pur.
4 were glad get acquainted
time to or fuss when To X5i Owen abase r. '
: to left at the Telegraph office ort 4 worry them. Mrs. Moore has a small I The other day we were sitting Doyle H-i-ur:. ar.d N 1 i.rPiyes'all onrr TO U'PF.'U and .,hfr...* i" lilt I'" 1 t: .
the had her !. ('( .... ..
Htggje Pifrgle pigs. in J. R. office discus rcol&lI.ut. ( C'...",.
mallrd to Stun 1..Gane1, Laity, I .f Bnn.keri :- I Iiimia.rw YerkTear
I riorldai In
garden but said she raised enough f'.te" ..
When toOt:
we went to feed berrDy n. :
up onela'e .:-ing pasture fertilization when lj.i.i: T l :!t'Pam!.!! vs Wsir are
afternoon found the vegetables: to feed an army. \\ > .\. bear: DefendantCas UU for
we gilt I i were out(
i.si'.i: Basic i
f lJ Titus Olsen a Bradford Soil Conservation >siug. a ) I'nl'H"
l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 i . .WAAAiAA AA LAAAAAAAAAAAA with six of the prettiest red pigs District cooperator Soil andVaer CunservatiorFarm I >l llre T. \'IPur Xo. >'!SI has brrn filed alalntot } l ;irbiiv ..; !
a nAnud Court and cuiyou
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&. ,lean as if bemes this are growing fast due lr) the re- we ever saw. But we were dis- fertili-zer I|,leaned back in his chair and remarked Plan with F J Shaw whose! Ti VV a'ld r-f\address A Kr'.lfV 1$! Ellerscn.whose re Vlr-1..idence are r..t&utrld to serve a o.;,+.,.

,ear ire one trouble after an- !.irent rains Consequently, we are appointed to find Higgie had ap- 'I way we do, it was : "you got to fertilize your farm is located on theYy II I K:n.... !I your plaint answer on the or pleading PlaIntiff.t. tar AC. .

.,ih. Our latest one. and we are I|just about living !in the berry i i parently inherited prolapsis from I quite an experience to plant a j pastures if you want beef gains". Road Frazier plans u plant the' 'SUit. Y.-ur for are hereby notified that a( Ray Seldrn. SJrn! F.'I .

nut Bure yt what it la. seems :;patch and often spend the entire | her mammy Blondie so we will ;long row of watermelon and put JJ.I R. is using the District's fertilizer middles of his pecan grove in Pen-. Datum i and Daytona file the Beach original Florida In the off'ce '
"have to sell her at the market. ((2: Its. of fertilizer to the hill. We I sacola Bahia and keep the area ;: bas been filed against you In the I'the clerk of the ("'r>'utl.u: t
t The bloom ,day the spreader to out 600 lbs.
stopping over
? rx- rnnp apparentI'taiJml plants I put above named Court and cause and 'ur before the ! ,'\ I r by an insert for the :kneeling or crawling on hands The pigs, though, are fine and we ; just about shuddered when we I' per acre of 6-6-6 fertilizer on his under the trees in cultivation to i, you art required to serve a copy of J.:otherwise the allegations ..f .
I believe they show the benefit of...j! saw all that fertilizer go into the I be used for winter your answer' or pleading to the tom i complaint wit: h. taken a. n>nl. ,-
elite turns dark and a imallo and knees up the rows. Too bad ; pasture located out the old Bland- crops. 'plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney: by you
'i form, Hl terry develops Hed I Mr Burbank didn't erosa the ,,!a good balanced feed which Higgle soil. for all we could think of was ,''i' ing Road. i I.loyd Ka30! Clark Huildinjt j This n : i. 'Ut'' r!.'. I
I iw had. ;i! the enormous weeds and rank I Igrass j I I M. L Lawson a District Cooperator Jarkst.n.die. Florida j'I once, rsrh a. tart
pidei did it; 1'it of damage before strawberry with.pole beans. i I' who I and file the urigl-.al tn the office of 'weeks ?. U.i ;...?:,.._ -.:) '.i .
I iI II I it would grow. We planted ]i i Advanced Soil and Water Conservation is farming about two [the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i I graph
Aith and then '
lusted ,
r Mulphur What with the berries keeping;: some of the midget Farm Plans were delivered miles out on the Brownies Road ,.r i.t'r -Hi :: d.i\- ..f \p-"' 1.t..1 th' 14 .1., ..f M..h '
warn 'lit' ,plants: recovered we had I used 1'I' utt.rul;-< II... a.grt.t.s:: i>t ,( 'Pb't'It 1 >)'lt. t't..r:. < .
While we were busy working int i t us busy and too much rain we watermel.ons'l to V. R. Ferguson and the the District'; fertilizer '.t.I'p.\! !.. >t.. : .JK. : .- i. n ..n t5t ," .
Lot rim. n r.tin. with a lot of fruit ,. ,. I-t'i' ,
'spreader to put out 10j*)> Ihs of fr,1 I \ I 1'q' :'
are again behind in our plant-J Bradford Chapter of the F F. A.
rnr nj; Mit' of the berries we the berry patch we had the honor way Sam's Mom has always loved : 3-8-8 Ti. ,. i I Iyyyy.nyyyVvVVvvvvvyyyynyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyymY'. *' I .. 4' .
big plans. We had a lot of raIn''' fertilizer per aite in h.s
have been of a visit from a Swedish and she withus
orf n ir plant now couple farming, is visiting
lately and on the days when it 'I A basic Soil and Water Conservation pecan grove lie has IVns.i. .>!.i
d.unagr 1 iv (cutworms birds rabi :Mr and Mrs Ragnar 1Ia.uu>lgre11. now and having a fine time. Farm Plan
had dried off enough to work the was preparedfor Bahia planted under the tire,
') '.r 1.1 Many of the plants who raise berries in Sweden and !Mill we had to pick berries and She loves her cow Daisy and gets P. D Reddish on his place in Lawson states that b\ :ui ins a NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE?

ha. .' ..1 dead leaven and theIIX.K > who are visiting this country on ; a lot of fun out of her namesake. I J I the Wateroak section. While discussing :I fertilizer .
then we got more rain again. The spreader you > .t" i t' -*
.r! they not amount business They Wf're'earv mui-h i the big sow. Henrietta. Mom is j
a. may is that raising berries takes this plan P. D. pointed i more uniform coverage:: ot" f.'tt.: :. > Let us do the job for you compK'to. -
saying '
"11' n However, we do not interested in our method of raising really a fanner at heart and we across the fence to a fine in : NVe
13 months a year. and that U just pasture :Eer your pasture R.6.4L\\IU.z f'SO operate local J and Ions
mist t., rxvi.oan our trouble, for terries (although \vr told >about right. !enjoy having .her. with. us. j i!: of Crimson clover and Pensacola ;who farms in the New Ra < i :>. t+ 'tart, i' distance anvvvherr. in I'. S.
them that I
dl: !it-a-i' *.' have been fortunate intrar.ng they should really have Dahia and said "I like that MOVING
sure I lion states that the (cabb.t:*' :" .
enough on our berries Itotar 1 visited the more experienced growers : Son:e time ago we had a fat f I I i stuff I've had about 20 cows and the i: field in which he !h.i.t H\ i.- .
.. around here I and )! We planted four bags of Irish' man and eat two pints of Phone 311 250-J J
\mfor our coat and have we swapped II 14 worked' stop j 25: pigs in that 10 acre field and !says John. or
ideas They work with I potatoes on February at our Roadside Market. j
I" trod' '" d small profit. huge plants, I.ferries I the clover is getting ahead of -

and believe it or nut only 1S berries '.1 them twice dusted them with '.The other night a car full of i them." The Sheriff is also going Requests for Soil! d.-- .. ',. ... .,.,,. "l- E\fl'lh'nl Storage t : Facilities -- -

.1.1W. fill a quart basket. They told'i DDT & chlordane, and right nowI I young fellows stopped and they I to plant a field of Pangola for 'Farm plans have bee: i P it"1 i \

in- furred to do a lot of I us how they mind the birds: In I they are just about as pretty a ate three quarts of bemes. When 'I V. Edwards Jr II"\\.J \\ '

mi xn 'puking these days for ,I three parts of the IVIrt they have 1 crop as we have ever raised. But. I you raise something yourself you hay. ___ I Indigo[ planted last MM ... .' > : : R. B. ALVAREZ

ntan it the plants have large Ii chair with a dummy sitting in I my oh my the price on spuds'|, .almost forget how good it is to District Cooperator John Dukes |looking fine and "ju.-.t .t> ,nC. '

"uM./ .if small knotty fruit. ''Ir It. and the dummy is holding what I light( now is not very encouraging, !,,eat. Agents for Ditcher Hros.IVrryman .

and *.. an puking them off The'j appears to be a gun Mr Hassel- :and we may have the biggest: crop I- .. ,
In circuit ( ourl. Iiraafurd t'uuiiO .\ BId S.
row* whit h we have picked clean : j grrn goes to the first chair andfirrg :and the lowest price we ever had. j But not quite. For the other Kliirlda; IB hnnrrr;. I \atie r T" \|>pear. ;! St.
Edith J.m. lit aid Plaintiff.: \>. T.. Markfla Ts aprl.i<. th". 1'-'j:
aJr'II..how. improvement. and I few shots with his shotgun 1 But we'll worry about that later. took fine homemade I
i a night. Sam a fit'nr> II\ II.: .ii.l. 1't' nd.u.t.,, dfiii-i. and ldrM i- hlo-- \K''I:
WI here. f.i get over the who! I later he goes to the second ;I biscuit split it and put it into a 't.r :X. :';:oOrd..r .Vr.iu> and I>oganis NO :Ml Tamlur.1

path hut it I* leally slow work .hair and shoots off the Kim .uui F.xpt'.t'd County Agent George :sauce dish then covered it with 'l'I"r Of 1'ulilirallun stale of l'luridaTi andotire To I.t. Pirau are hereby llreere.You .notified that! I

e pet iaiK a* the grain and wev li teprat'I the [pc'rllllllliUl'; it theit Muggins and a State Vet to come ; lots of berries: and sugar and then M> niy II P."-.tid. uhu'r n-M-I suit for

...M t our rows this week, so we had :poured on lots of cream that was I 'd.-ii'Y?.u- and ar>'addtt.I ifjuircd I i- I'nktiou I.. appear un''has .V-inulnu been filed lit against you In the .

!ii-t rounded them up in the barn- :so heavy it would hardly flow. It Apiil7.. I'.i'j.', III the a.\. named above named Court and cause aad I
'Court and .IIIMuhrrrri |>laniliffrrks you are required to eerie a copy of
\alll) when the car drove up. Getting ": ,made a dessert that was perfect. I', iflvon-r and lotoratiun of your answer or pleading! to thee '!

: the blood sample from Joy, I I maiden. name. Bradford County Tei- complaint on the Plaintiff REFINEMENTin
CROSS COUNTRY CHATTER ; I .egraph hall pulilis-h tilts Order In Attorney, Evan T. Evans. 101
Daisy[ Comfort was easy but j A while back we made up some next four urekly issue. Law Exchange Building: JackMirmllc. -

,,\hen it came to Petal (who is ,; I beds in the kitchen garden with !,I.. U'itnrsmy hand and offifal seal and file the. Florida I every necessary detail in a Service
ra J at Stark- Florida, thi- :ilUi.li: origrna In the office of
with I halt Brahma) the story was difreient | (thicken manure in them. We added i '1S53.! the Clerk of the CirCUit Court on I available locally and widely known
)r before the
Sam got a rope on her and ,, some 4-7-5 to one row and I ,(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, DarbyAs I 2; day of Al'iil., 1'T.: !. fur its modest cost its wholesome
Mac White I had her half way into the shed (then planted a row of the Contender ; Clerk <>( said Court Clerk "th..rwille'tt... allegations of ..141'I ,
Marian L. Crosby, Deputy I
Ry Complaint will be Ul-n. nurtt'S and
as confed **- i ( always tactful
when suddenly she took off and [ preen bean. We've heard so I i'hailt-.s; U. Hh.s.. I'ti4 .(iiianinty Lit- bv you. i! ) sym-

;; arn was introduced to rope burn: j ,much about how good it is that .Atty.ItiilldliiK.fur kMinville.rif. Florida:: :: u 4 I0T1I i 17 i once This earh notice week hall for four De consecutive published '

The truck firm I all adds By the way. this free testing ot ,i we are eager to see for ourselves. 1II'hks in the Uradford County Tele- |
represent to highway
up I II \ : 'io ri'in ll"eAPh ,
doesn't insist on it hut every .safety. rows certainly is a fine service. r ri li[10 rin-uil (Court llnulforil .
jack-man of us always takes In addition to these tests, we j jI II I At last we pot our tomato i II Florida la (.ha...Hai'miff.. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby DeWITT C. JONES

the tests given by the State truck drivers must have a complete Noticed that our black cow (plants set out. We set out four nin.MI:[Harold 11'Holt Ilolr.Dt-tVn3ant vs. I Lola I5y :Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Penury Court Clerk I Phone 7 Starke, .'la.r.r. .

Department of Educatiunsmttiile physical examinationonce I Southland and threelong Case :Xo. 977Votlrr ;: :3: :7
what to b long rows I 4'I7
had appeared S,
driver testing laboratory All of Comfort, Toppf'.r.. .
This laboratory on wheels doctors'a year.cards which us show carry we some sort of mange on her should- I rows of Pan American. The I '}'.. I-..la luiiii-an Holt nho.-e I.IIfice ..i|' ntH i: ID-( KIIII: IOKHUKt ..,, ".."."...
I the and address i.-. 1113: M.t.uehus.tt.trflue : :( I'niliiltr Vrt. > ,. I
ma)lie you've seen it- gets have the Looked in the USDA Year- plants were too spindly at -I >r.- IIII.IUI:
passed or. R'a
up :X. W. -hrnKtnn. I In 'life Court nf the <'oiinl> Jlld e. Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
around the State of Florida physical exams and most of us hook and saw that it most likelyis time. and we've had some heavywind's ;[ I> C. llradford Count;. I'loriil.i, :

about once a year. have Certificates of Achievement something called scab and that i j since, so that the plants are You ait hereby notified that a In rrnlmte. !| local funeral home enables os to offer convenience W
Captain Jimmy Allen whois from the testing JahoraI I We'll suit for In it K.t.iltof Eta ,\. itinta.rd. ; D.-I 1
State Coordinator of Commercial I lime sulphur dip is recommended..1 j jWe not off to a good start. Divorce services not otherwise available.
tory. In theshove
ointment on ''fertilize each one. using the old :as been filed against you 'Io VII Crrdilur'n rims l'rrk..n Ili.-I I 1
Driver Training is in :So you can see for yourselfthat used a sulphur I named Court and cause andyou I..aC'I",,. .
charge of this laboratory and truck driving isn't the it -ind it seems to be healing now. corn planter for the lob. are required to serve copy of ...1.1 Ialtlr: or lleiiiando taalPt I I' 14

some of the tests, believe me, cinch a lot ol people seem to i i. romplnint your: answer on or pleading the Plaintiff to tin-"I 1 1,"14, ,rrd.4..1, .t h.,....'l t ,... II', h.., r. 1.\1.1I..Ir,1 We furnish the highest type service at lowest price and
are plenty tough. think it is. \Ve are trained \\' l"fthe men came here to i j Here's a recipe for strawberryjam Attorney T. Frank Landrum I. I., r, .",,,1 d..i. I'.j .t I pr h I, "t 01, .u.t accept ANY life insurance policy in force IBS HBO oy ANY
Some of the boys are kind thoroughly to drive defensively i StarKe, Florida I 1 I.. ,. .,.f t , I
I .
of tense when they visit the or "drive ahead of our- test cows we were embarrassed ] which Alice has tried: Use and file the original In the riff, .if ". .I'. f I., I 1 'L ,'I. I.' company as payment In part or In full on a funeral.

laboratory for the first time selves.! The dupes( and the because our animals were covered i one! quart of berries and two cups t>he before Clerk the of the Circuit Court mir l, ,I Consultation carries no obligation.

because if you flunk out. your chumps don't 1IStt'r)' longin with flies. We had meant to spray of sugar and stirthe over a low heat :; day of April 1933.itberwise I I I " ,, '6 _
professional truck-driving I i his business. Am how. '!until rrelts. Then boil f: the allegation ..f .1 1 .
too -
but were busy. sugar '- -
them ':. -- .
Complaint will be taken us .t. : -
days are over. This mobile testing laboratory 'after they left we mixed up a I II I.for 15 minutes. Add one cup of f'd tiy you. .. .. _, _. _. _-r- : _. ---_ _".
Here are some of the things was donated by the Florida I This notice snan re published
that Florida truck driver* are Trucking Association an I| spray gun full of DDT and sprayed ; sugar and boil for 5 minutes Put once each week for four eonsecutiviiveeka : -

jvruxlioally tested for color organization that is reallyon the whole lot of them. The only I in pottery bowl and jar the next In the Bradford County Tele.- f4 GROCERIES

dIM'nnllnatlon.'Ilual acuity the ball all the time. The II one which raised a fuss was the ] day. It is an old Pennsylvania I II graph Dated thi I' 2J day .,f :M.n. > : .

depth iNTiTplion. vertic.il and laboratory results in better i little bull. Slugger. He: snorted ,i Dutch recipe and it makes a very I II I 1Io'FI' '1.\L SKAl.: 1 C.ul| A i'' t. Earl COOK '
lateral imbalance, visual fusion trained driI'rshkh., in turn, I Clerk of the I'lrfiit 1'i'uri. MEATS
color )rception, visual means safer highways..: ;and blt'and just about tried to I pretty jam. I II By[ Marian L. Crosby 1'r z:: _' : r 4 \

speed and accuracy foot and < >h, .oh. l look like an limb the wall of the shed tryingto I I II MITITK TO \PI.t:". U

hand reaction time, side distance accident up ahead. Here's get away Yes siiee! If these I Leo was ailing and had us worried I In Circuit Court, llradfortl (Count, FEED

nlJhtlSIOn, glare re5lstanc'c' where my rugged: first aid ]Hrahnms gentle breed of about him, so one day we I Kliirlda In Chanrerr.
are .
and steadiness That training come* in li.uuh until a I him :I..-I>T :\t..Flan.. Plaintiff s Phone 339.J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits
sounds attI' we'd hate to see: a wild one put him into the car and took nude M': han. effiid.mt North
awfully technical but the ambulance '. .
aimrsI Ca.N. > .uetice
a Ii over to a fancy-pants Animal \ To Appear. j Quantity Rights: Reserved

Htd so'i.o t tiouble with flies and Hospital over on the Southside of T.. Gertrude Me.'ham. \\ h..-.- n-* VVVYYYyyyyyyyyyynvvvvvvvvvwvwwyyy._.. _. _. _. _. _. _. _, _____
Advertisement) lenre and address I is.xs.v;: : Austin rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIb
inseet.s ot all kinds around our .( .lax Leo had this test and that I :Stret-t K.liard..II., LUIIK: 1 l.-lani': SOITHKHN MAID PIKE

I test, and the diagnosis was that :New Yulk. I

t. _v. _V yw-. ''I I jhe against had jarred the chain himself and in that leaping he I suit You I for>tv arc ire hereby notified that OLEO Ib 11CI jar

l ''has been filed against you In !hr. LARD 39C
needed some peace and quiet. above named Court and iau" and I
vet also rave Leo some pills so rou are required to serve a i opt '
your answer or pleading t? th-- .
n.lhe has something to talk complaint on the Plaintiff's With Meat Order of :a{.0l( or "ore'IETY
D .r about to the other animals onttrr Attorney.. Frank l .jndStarke. !' .
Florida M.I( E ROSE
iam1 \. and; file the original in It.. ,
t 1! nt I the Clerk of the Cir. u.t t'. .< Kill AND MUSKET I I

After making one more cuttingof nn I or;JT before day of the April. I C. : Ib .

) a broccoli for freezing we decided :Complaint otherwise: the will allegation.-be ta".n.-"r" .r.,' STEW 14C1 I RICE Sibs 59C

r to cut it under. The stuff t tI reared bv you
This notice thane published I
wouid, have kept on growing butt .
nce each week for four .n-t. r. '
I I almost an endless chore to- ,weeks in the Bradford Count!) T....
was Fresh Fla. I)
: and I) HEn) HENS and \\ IIITE;
Frum 4f Keep it from going to seed and I frapp.I atd this ":> da"f \1.IIFFI"I.I. .." .

: urn too, the insects are getting ,\ :J\t.1 Ch.iClerk --!.- \ !I. Ih 10 Ibs
of the i'ir u t '

COLONIALFLORIST I art .t .- .: >e: every day. .now.. I!;''I Ly[ :Marian! L Crosby.- I>.. '7' 1'" I- FRYERS 49C POTATOES 33C

\vi.fort used to wear a yoke be- "OTln TO APPKRIn :
that'rues Circuit Court llradlurd Coast",
., <' tune she simply thought :Florida; IB Ch..,.,,... SWIFTSLL MEVT SANK YELLOW ItOSKFLOUR :
something that wereput
: were T-

k1:7 S But up when for she cows was to about knock to down ha\ >. prin. ... BOLOGNA Ib 1QC 25 Ibs 1 1.89

her calf we took pity on her and'! FOR SALEFLORIDA S B

7i 0 Corsages 4 took it off. But this week when &

$ &i \ she got into the garden agate 90 FRESH FLA.

S O Cut Flowers the yoke went back on FRESH ltOl .1 nHAMBURGER

Z4 1) Dish Gardens t didn't plant our berries for f PLANTS Ib 29C EGGS dozen 43C

r the birds to eat. We don't mind if t $10 Per Thousand IFI. I

And Novelties % they do eat some (but wish that F.O.B.ILtRMON .

they would stop eating all th,' MORGAN I
d Blooming ( toppers but if a certain mock- Kt 1. Box 8? I LB .:\. NO. :m: ('AN !

.ngbird doesn't stop raiding the I'abnetto. Ha. Bacon I,

r 1 1I Potted Plants cups we leave on top of the bed I tmmmmyyyyyyyyym SQUARES 26C I

'YYYYYYYYYYYYFlowers he'U get something that will make TOMATOES 1 1OC I

i i him yell: Teacher teacher! i. I
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li 6th Grade 4HThe LZPIRIENE: COINT II I
.:;: t rI :L Ib ,
: .t I If you need a tru.s or surgical CHEESE! 49CiP !
Wired sixth grade Starke 4-H Ciuti I (EOHI.\: !
support vou cannot afford to
i met March Iti at the school with II I ,
take a chance with health
Charlene Hardy, president calling jour Ibs

Anywhere .' the meeting to order bJ being iniprop fitted. MEAL 5 34C

:b1 The girls sang the 4-H sonss: Here at Canova PnvriptionCVnt

- after which Joan Caraanella led T, we have trained technicians P RfKHAMS Ibl.SS'e ,
3.:2 .YYTTYYTYYYY* the 4-H pledge. Miss Ross reminded both male and ft'ma.lp.to i i

the girk of Hilly Day Marca serve! you.hemenitter I K3KS

== PHONE .. :2S.! at the V.S.O from 10 a m uitil your health and WE HAVE PLENTY OF
p.m. comfort
depend on expert
A new project was started fitting. Ib Fresh Mullet, Speckled

that of caring for the home STEAK _

- grounds. Miss Ross gave a demonstration CANOVA 49C Perch & Bream & Pink

FREE DKUUJJYCCLCNIAL on using milk in the cietby

making a banana mlk: :shake PRESCRIITION and
CEXTEI Shrimp Oysters
IBS ; Kaeh girl sampled the drink. They
TLCCIST) i liked the milk shake and decided PHONE 1202 TELEPHONE 339-J WE ARE OPEN

"".! it was a good way to drInk more ( Hop ital)

j \nthia Schmitt Nona Street tar"('. Fla. milk. Gainesville, Fla. t.NTIL 10 O'CLOCK SATURDAY XITE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ,

i Miry Agnes Matthews _
.1 1 Carre. -ondent. i 4 I '= '* .: -- -- ,<.. __ .._ n .-::. _. .-" _::4 : 7'FRiItT

OOtTTTY TnJWRATH.' ST..uurE. >n.o&m.l
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Tht House pa.tsJ the Ha'-.t.litn to the dependents of our servicemen -

Statehood on, nu pant week butI I who are in the Korean con- I'

votwl against it I felt that it flicl As you know each enlisted ,
i lo\'U :v>t to the l/eat ruereats of man paya a portion of this

.. mr country to go 2100 miles out assistance and the government Services
I ."< the Pacific and nuke a state supplies the remainder We are : i

uit of five ularvls that are nota all agreed that we owe this helpto ; '

part of the continuous land our brave men in the armed

mUll of the United State of force*.
America I believe also that to I have received much favorable 4t'

admit Hawaii will set a precedent I comment on my bill. H R. 3375.i

not only for Alaska but for pu..r'l which proposes: that the first 51

to Rico and our other {x>1L'ie&' lI&ns. per cent of a taxpayer's gross In-i,

The Republican Party in its platform ,coT.e may be deducted for medi- i

of folk I bt-.ll*\'e. pledged cal and dental expenses, provided
eventual tatfhcxl not only to {the amount deducted within

Hawaii and Alaska but to Puerto ''present" maximum limitations. I ]HOLY \\trEEK

Ito o a* writ With each of these I Congressmen Selden of Alabama

nw state, two United States and Young of Nevada have introduced
Senators will be added to the Con- similar bills and have assured ''

greaa and the proportionate num me of their cooperation in
ber of C ngrt'umen. I view with trying to get this helpful legislation

grave concern. the political implication which will give some measure '

Omgre* in such adl.tons to our of people tax relief I have to our also overburdened received- SERVICES DAILY MONDAY, MAR. 30 FRIDAY APR. 3

HawaII ax a protected territory favorable newspaper comment on ,

has about all the advantages of a the bill and letters favoring my i

tatr except for the full representation stand I 12:00 NOON -- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

in Congress and a Governor One of the main problems con-I .

who 1.1 appointed She doe-s! sidered b)' the House this

have a delegate who car. express:: week was President Eisenhower's I

himself on the floor of the HOII Plan for the Federal" Security i #### I _________________________
of Keprenentativea. The Governor Agency. He asked for permission
of Hawaii now U appointed b)* to consolidate the functions of the I

'he F'rehldent of the United States I Federal Security Agency into a

and confirmed by the Senate I Department of Health. l-ouI'alilln.

believe we" hhould still have that and Welfare with the Head of the Easter
privilege in Hawaii where although Department assuming cabinet Sunrise Service

admitting .her peopl.have.''I rank. This is no new plan sini"
made great sir 1.1.:;. the majont) 'similar ideas have been proposed
,if her imputation i.of Jap.inese.Filipino j'for man \ears I do not like the

and (liinese: origin Incidentally !iidea of subordinating Kducutim Inlit'n..e

the Hawaiians arc in the suggested by the plan,

flit minority in the Islands, with but I do, believe it will make for 5:45 A.M.

only about 13 per cent of the 'better administration. Therefore.I : -. KINGSLEY LAKE -- 5:45: A.M.

people of full or part Hawaiian voted for the Reorganization

ancestry. (Plan, which passed the House by I IJ

The Housf passed unanimously J ja margin of better than 3 to 1. :,
bill to extend the IeptrnicnAssistance is:
Act for another )ear. Sincerely Billy ,Matthews I SPECIAL MUSIC BY

"P"* hill continues the assistanceNew

I i 1).f"lld"I. t'ar Nob ...-.I 1 I I
Ford TrucksAt j \..llrr 'lo \ppmriI ,

Andrews MotorsF I i. .:New,nd To addreMh:\.rk'Julio air CUV.her HI Tire:.-51 biiutifi.il X.. Fast Y.toll whose. lOhih. r.-ooh.tl SUr.it ,"',.i. High School Glee Club & Band EnsembleLet

ird Moim Onnp.mv} mtiiKtiii-ed I -IIII forIlttutt ... i iistudx' and ..it'I' 1 ..t
'hr bnwilost! lute ut buck t in the minor rhildivnI .
I.. ea filed dicainst \oii in thal <
"iiiuphiu s oIl M' tr hi" tt>rwhen I '.. .mil
>nin.iiurtl ( "It and i.ui-f
'he all.new 11 .'\3 tnll'kst"nt" on {1\.>II .11'>. r"' |iiiml to hrr.1 ''|'\ ut
.. ,
'' > ui a..r "I' plf.idl-ijc t. th. -.in-
display in Ford dealerships pl.iint on the Plaintiffstt..riif) i ij
throughout the United States. j I'' l.lmd It***. io: : Clark Ituildtng.Jarksnnvllle .
I FlorMa..mil .
The \ndre\\s Motor Co. local l file the original in the office of. the Message of Easter Pervade your spirit as you
Ford dealer has issued a cordial the nrk of the rin-ult Court on + r
t..If..rf the :r? djy uf April. U j':!.
mutation to the public to visit othr.'i..i* the alitgallon'of id'omplaltit
its showrooms on Madison St. <' will be taken as cimfV.ssrU seek the comfort and warmth of faith. In times such as
niul \'It'tht" new tnicks This notice shall be publish
o\enng the widest range of one each "'.-.-k for four oonsrcutuerk
.. .. these than .in normal
in the Iliadfoid Count)' Trlt-- even more circumstances, our
ratings and designed maximum graph.
economy and driver (comfort the looted| this *t day ..f NUrfh. 1953

15153! : Ford trucks ate offered in I (OFFICIAL Clerk MCAI.l of the I'harlfk Circuit A. Court.Darby devotion to our religion is uplifting and satisfying.

four distinct lines, in 20 new I I I:) M 3:7 U ill 7I : .
'series and In more than 190 models
I I I I 'n1'U"I'I"}: Ut Reverent words, inspired song and worshipping make

All models: feature a new one In t Irrull ( purl llmndfurd Count; .
I' rlorldm In ( hanrrrr.
piece curvedlndihleld with I, Jtllt'liur ll,.tt. ri.nntlff.. (al''l church more glorious at Easter. This Easter be sure
+wept-Sack pillar posts and !S.%i, Helen Holt. Defrndanl. .
t'aseo. 9723lIre :
per cent .greater visibility. The I >.. 1. \pprariT

new "'-1M Series of light\ duty dfii.<.>..' .ud Mxr>udJrr' H..ln flint is. UHeraon whnse r.-.-t-I I IKluu. to join in these special services and let us have

nii-ks Is iuippt\l for the firsttime \,11'-1
with Fordomatlc fully-auto- You arc hereby notified that a
nvutic transmissions or automatic uit foriMvorte.. custody and control 'of I a genuine spiritual awakening in our community.

iverdrlve as optional equipment rid.-stir. haIHMMI filed again you In the I .
"Kvery ('o 'pon""t effecting above named Court and < aus. and '
driver fatigue has been designedand you are required to serve a cop t.ti
your answer or plt-adrijc to the "11I'1{
l'II lnt't'rt'tl. not only to do plaint on the I'lalnuff'liIt.n..) I
Lloyd Ila-x. 3 better and to last longer
its job I I Jacksonttile. Florida
hut oho to ease the burden onj I I'I land file the .iiKinal In the oflira ..::
i the I'leik of the Circuit Court on o|
to make his job simp-
!< .11 1t'r 'before' the :i day of April l':.f,3.
Hid less tiring:' an official of >*tlierui I the .illfKatlnlis of said
tw t.nntlvlny 113M. Cainplailit)>v )i>u Will be tAe'l us. coiiftsstd This As A Public Service The

Outstanding features elimination of the new of I This"-.1. h mrtichall uet.U fat f.mr be coii publishedonce ,etutieweeks Space Sponsored By Following:
i iii-ks! include the ill the HiAiifoid County T..ltt-
dii.!e elutching through use of 1.11"1' il I
'!. 'atad this a day ..f :March 1< ;..ttoFKICl .
new -itchro-stlent transmissions; .\l. SK.Vl.l t'h.ul.p..rL)'
wheelbases. wider front clerk of the '.'In. uit Court
"hllrto'l fly all.lll U t't"...toY. !><'|>ut\ Clerk

'reads'n muKe. and all repositioning models easier of spring to han- MUM i: iu iii.iiiiniis: : it 1 i. Ducky's Variety StoreLawson's Ben Suslow Ole Sarge Roberts Jewelry

die and steer, more maneuvertble I1 llI.U rrwlmirtt.. >..... UK. i:">
ra- III the. ..uil. *( the I vunl> Juilur.llrnillord .
itnd with shorter turning
( vunO. I'luriiln Pro.bmr.

illls A new Ford truck en'st mount In ea-e,1 re .I C:-: lr .1 !Kiii.l. !: i'k! IVl. MarketVan's Western Auto Associate Store Guidon GrillMitchell's

r vi ,)1front of the hood and awildraged Iu III rrdilwr'* unit I'rtsons llatIHK -
i lnliu ur Ur"d.roal".c
: anniversary' medallion bald Calalr.tau ; .
feature of and cash of v ou are h<'rebvnotified Cafe
horn button art and 1"'II.II'd' t -> pre-eu: anyurns Drug Store
:he nt"3: nuMeUMITU ; and ilnn.u- which ) >>u. ..reither Rev. S. E. Sparks
of > i tuu may have against the
e-ttte: ..1 Kitrd: II Clark, deeased. -
T: 10 IMMH .. Ute of s>td Countv, t.. the Harold C. Wall
In Irrult iuurt.UrBHillt...., I > iit> .unty. Judge of iiradford County, Agency S. R. Johns GroceryLeila's
florid In I h i F. .rld at his ffi.-e ri the court
A I' M.-C. of aid County at Starkeh .
: rid*. within eight calendar Simpson-Urquhart-Pontiac t
"r'rths hunt the time of the first
!>.,.nation. : of tins notice .:a'h Dress & Gift Shop
in >>r demandshall be in writing J. R.
ci.l shall state the pUce of rwidence Kelly
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<1 post office address .if
the claim-
Let Us Thoroughly in:, and hall be .w .rn '... by the Denmark Furniture Co.
.lall\\'lt'! agent. or hi* attorney.
Your Clothes .,.".1 any such claim I or demand not New Method d Cleaners
Wash > filed hall b* void Gene Lo
Mamie l4'lark.. ngLovett's
\ Admi il>tratriot the f:*
ro'l1.J. of Freedi H. ..1". .k. d.v..t-ed.
I 3 :i4t.7 Grocery & Market C. H. Nasworthy Gen. SuppliesBarksdale's

g For 40c! I In Clrr.H NOTITK C..yrt.ro Hradfurd vrrr.vu<'omutt The Farmer's Supply

FREE Bleach If Deslmi' rbi'lrs FlorMai la K.-den hnnerr\k \\i-' Pntff: ,
t- I IO'tt .> }! .,, \.l Dept. Store
) > --x i I.-f.nd.rt Dixie Motor Court &
l Temple Avev. oats .tlr* TeTo \fffr. ..-e :N .'-' xN Restaurant Starke Motor CourtEarl's

IVtt* II HieVV <1", \\ h ..
t"tL -.1, R .tllvi .
e add '- I I' x A '
You are hereby notlf.ed that IUlt Starke Builders
= f.'rA.I\ ,..etiMas Gilbert Brown
We Will Garage
been filed against you In t"fn.m..d -
tl-'ve Court and cause and
- Dry Your Clothes your>.'11 a-answer. required or to pleading serve A copy to thfJ of J Volley Starling's Grocery

"iplaiit on the Plantifttornev Edwards Grocery & Market
== For 20cIn lea.\ r\'hJUIIf". Ian Budmg.T K\an J.ttk. 103nville Starke Hardware Co.
AutomatiDrier* .
New s Florida
and file the ort.-inal IB the office of
'f'C>T- the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Florida Bank At Starke
-.+.. .'r before the Charley I E. Johns Agency El
-';- 27 Ja> ofVpril l};iJherwtae Rancho h Motel t J
-'OW: .t'. the allrgatl'I'D> of said MEMBER OF F I n It
'mplamt will be taken"' ai confewJ -
t.r y.>u.

5 The Washeteria on.-e This each nonce week hl'for four... coarecuttvewrka published Martin's Fruit Shop Ed Gem
t:' T'h in the ETadford. County Tele- B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. JewelryHJU.DFOJW
r'FIClAl. SKAl.i "-1.\ I.rh)
troait Court
) XI* '.. : puty Clerk
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