Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1939
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
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lbli9hed 1577 el. ; we should quietly hear both .ide. Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner IN :

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-roouce 1 Dealer Benefit Game I Charley Johns Announces REA Extension :!'"

Victim To Be Played Candidacy For CongressHas Gets Current '''J lp

Accident MondayBradford f In Both Served Branchesof County 1 'TuesdayFarmers i,

J State LegislatureState i

Instantly Killed .. "All Stars" Senator Charley K. Johns I Along Line ,

Truck Leaves Will Take Field announced yesterday that he will Are Enthusiastic: ,

,then be a candidate for Representativeto I Over i(
Against Williston Electricity
I Near Lawtey '
load { 939 PERCE F On ERRTH Congress from the Second I \\

,, Han-all Porter, Jr., 29, I How' to play football on top ofa Congressional District In the Rural electrification became a ,' i%

,am la was instantly killed four big turkey dinner will be dem- Democratic primary of May 1940. 3 reality along thickly populated, .K

north of here on Road 13 I I onstrated here Christmas after- In a prepared statement announcing loop In Bradford County Tuesdaynight :i\\.

when the truck HOLIDAY FUN noon by the Bradford "All Stars" his candidacy Senator I i t'1 ..
i afternoon Booster aa current surged for the 'Ii'
BanquetSet when they meet the Williston Johns said
overturned. :
i driving AT ROTARYFun I I first time through a line extend. ;
town team on the B. H. S. gridIron -
a produce dealer with "I am taking this means of announcing ing from Brooker to New River, i' ,

irter garters' in Ocala, was re- reigned supreme at the at 2:30: o'clock. to the citizens of the '
from Jacksonville with a For TonightTornadoes Rotary Club Wednesday when I Admission will be 25c for I Second Congressional District that .k Rising :, ;"1't
children COc for adults, and I will be candidate for
and proceeds a
at[ fruits and vegetables gifts and poems (some complimentary Congress All along the line farm families :
at the I will go to the high school subject to the will of the Demo
tntiy fell asleep Will He and some otherwise) eagerly awaited darkness when ,
truck. He was alone. were exchanged a of the athletic fund. cratic voters of this district in ,:',
of the as part the good newa was brought back
w track crossed to the left side By Supporters annual Christmas program. Names I The "All Star" team will be the primary of May 1940."I by Congressman R. A. Green and '

!:broad and ran Into the ditch of Team were drawn at a previous meet- : composed of 11 men who played am thirty-five years of age County Agent T. K. McClane following j :.

re the roughness apparently Ing and at the luncheon this I i with the B. H. S. Tornadoes In married and have one child. I a conference with C. S. J

rote, porter and he tried to pullbeavy Advance ticket sales indicatea week each member received an"appropriate" ''I seasons past. Including the seven was born and reared in Starke :' James, superintendent of Clay ":',i iJo.I..ctrlc

vehicle back onto the ,I large crowd in attendance at gift (cost not exceeding who graduate this spring, and I Florida and educated In the pub : Cooperative of Keystone "I" .t

He would have made the the banquet to be given tonight two bits) as well as a'' judging from past performances I lic schools of Bradford County Heights.

dept rgg 1 successfully had not fateJa i (Friday) at 8 o'clock in theWoman's bit of poetry. Some unusual I r some real thrills will be dished' "The people of my district have Overjoyed at the new world of ;. "'i'

cement culvert In his Club building in honorof talent was uncovered and a hilarious -I up for spectators during the aft- bestowed the honor upon me of I convenience and "

|i The left front wheel of the the entire football squad of half hour was spent in ernoon. electing me their Representative to Record FieldIn up to them by the pleasure magic of opened electricity

d missed the culvert and stayon lB. H. S.Sponsored. reading the verses.A I I Making a "come-back" from the State Legislature during the comments ut farm homes I.1'

the road but the left rearled by the recently or- serious side of the programwas the past are such familiar names 1935 tension and to the State Tuesday night were enthusiastic. j ;

went over the culvert let- I ganized Boosters' Club the eventIs also carried out with the I II\s Sydney Shuford, Artf o r d I Senate during the 1937 and 1939 '" \ ,
in the ProspectCandidates ,J. R. Kelly said: "I think I'll ,,
truck down one planned primarily spiritof i 1 Brown Keeffee Harrell Norman session and I have endeavored to } .
||ft* axel of the Bible story of the birth of Christ 'I alt! up all night and enjoy the / .\
cement When the wheel a testimonial of apprecla.tionto read by the Rev. Frank Robinson, I I Johns Bill Plummer, Cleon serve them, and the people of FlorIda light!" ,

jck the other side of the cul- the Tornadoes work on the Prayer by the Rev. Charles Al- Woolen Inman Green Simeon to the best of my ability. My For (;ovI -

,.! the truck turned over, kill-!| gridiron during the season! 'just" len, and a Christmas message by I Phillips Lamar Smith, George Legislative record is an open I I ernorship May Extend Fred' Halsllp said: "Electricity:
Is to wonderful 4,
going mean a
accident ,I closed. Sllcox Phillip Manassa, and book for anyone's Inspection."I .
Instantly. The the Rev. L. A. Shepherd '
jjPorter foot- I I Those In :Ji( thing to me and
within a few feet of the ,i Sam McAllister, "Hamburger" Smith (water boy). I have always nuppor ted my sausage-
fc-urred The spirit of the occasion was ny
and head basketball making business. He had already
ball coach I +. schools the school teachers, bid
road --|| --- -----
Son of the old Lawtey also carried the caterer. of Floridians wish that
out by Lots '
tried his electrical grind
of Flor- out new
I coach at the University age pensions and organized labor
I the Lawtey cut-off. Mrs. W. G. Halle who served the I AUTO INDUSTRYFACTOR I i
| Ida, will be one of the featured and when I am elected to Congress Santa Clans could hang the gover ing and stuffing equipment and
[funeral services for Porter State members a traditional turkey was highly pleased with the results
after-dinner speakers. HERE will fight for the Second nor's office on their Christmas
in held' Wednesday afternoon I' Senator Charley E. Johns wllllieI've dinner. A large 22-pound gobblerwas I Congressional District In Washington tree : ';

I tale: o'clock from the Inverness as toastmaster donated for the occasion by i Sales of new automobiles In as hard as I fought for the Leon Conner and family were

lit Church with Rev. Ray i: Organization of the Booster R. F. Clark, president of the club. Bradford County was revealed as I II Fifteenth Senatorial District In Several who have announced' enjoying their radio for the first
alto! pastor of the 'Williston the Frank Robinson III and Arch $100,000 In and several who have not al'el \
: !I Club will be effected during a a year Industry a Tallahassee! time In twelve months. "It certainly
spllst Church, and Rev. E. C. evening.and It Is planned to make Thomas, Jr., first two boys In I recent report made before the "I am In favor of cutting out sounding out sentiment about seems good, to hear the

:ner, pastor of the Inverness I I annual event at the local Scout Troop to attain the Rotary Club by Freeman Register have be
I the banquet an the red tape which our citizens their possibilities of getting elected radio again and not to

&ptlst Church, officiating. Insat : the close of football season. EJagle rank, were guests of the" local guragemim. have to go through to be certified governor In the quadrennial worried with the old battery ,
t followed In Inverness| -'Efmo Struth, chairman of ticket club at this meeting.The The Interesting figures as for relief and also the red tape I sets," Mr. Conner said ,' ,

tery. !, sales In Starke stated yesterday Rotarians also presented quoted by Mr. Register were as,, and embarrassment which the old
'deceased!! was born at Wal- that It had been impossible to contact gifts to Mrs. Halle, Mrs. H. C. follows: I I people go through In order to It would be much easier If : his daughter Velma and a young ;.,, }'f"I

lo ternary, 6, 1910. and his par- | all "boosters" of the team, Brown the club's pianist and to 1939 sales of. pew cars and, secure the pittance of a pension Santa Claus could Just hand the neighbor Harold Alvarez, were i)1t") ",.,.

Ion,kth of whom survive him | but that anyone who does not ob- Mr. Clark, the occasion being his trucks in Bradford County totaled; which they now receive In my governorship on a Christmas I studying. for a mid-term algebra '.J

B* ff H. Porter of Georgetown tain a ticket in advance may pay birthday. approximately 180 with an estimated -'I' estimation there Is no pension too tree. The bewhlskered old fellow" examination with, the aid of their ,t ,/

1C, and Eunice PorterHary--of, I at the 'door Friday night. .The I value of 100000. high or anything Jtoo good for would be accorded II big welcome wonderful new servant electri !))

lot Springs, Arkansas: He was I fee of $1' entitles the donor to Womanless WeekIn 1 __A payroll of $24,000 alear Is I the old people of our State",and I city. "The good lights make g'I:s
rried to Helene Sasser October membership in the Booster or- paid to the az;0 men wno are I Will fight for the Townsmid Plan I in a c n up I e o t a I ozen P1 yr id a studying a lot easier." the students ',"

IT 1, 1931 and his wife survives( ;' ganization and also to attend the New BirthsSanta I employed In selling. and repairing' In Washington Just as hard as I homes. j said. 1 r&

tut together with one son. Wilua --...-- Claus seems to be special automobiles In Bradford County. : fought for It In Tallahassee."I When the Christmas season (Is I Hare, and there the alill darkness ,.,:f
|' Harral Porter, III. He was, Repair parts sold in this county will do all In my power to \
TREE < ,
FALLING izing In boys this year. At least over, you may look for political of night along the countryroads .
member of the Methodist annually have a value of around secure lower rates' for our Fishing a
brilliant (
that is the inference gained from I announcements to come about as was broken by ?
arch. The DeWitt C. Jones HITS MAN I $12.000; tire and battery sales I Industry to the Western But ,tin
of electric even
I the fact that the births of eight rapidly as your small boy changed glare lights. a
I while total ofl "
$24,000 a Market."I .
average ;
eral! home had charge of ar- It : j tt
the face of the evidence was
in Bradford what he want
recorded his Ideas about
>ntments.fWPA Bill Johnson, 56, farmer and boys were f $25.000 is Invented In equipment, am In favor. of our Nation .' "'{
last week and not a single' ed Santa Claus to bring. hard to believe that electricity
10 miles County '
cutter living for automobile. '
cross-tie servicing i
I being adequately prepared to repel : "
In rural homes ,
follows was at on tap
north-west of Starke on the old girl. The statistics are as Mr. Register concluded his report any invasion and I will bend Already there are 10 announced ', '
WORKERS ; of Bradford County.
Raiford road, was reported "re- : by saying: "Think of the my every effort to keep our Great candidates for governor and a
BONUS I covering well as can be ex- Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal amount of money in circulation, Nation out of War. dozen more for other major State j I Although the original ILEA line .,

I pected" by the local attending Hampton boy December 8. I from this source per year and "I am a member of the Baptist offices. About 15: frequently, mentioned from Graham to Brooker has been "rJj: '

Bradford County's 200-odd WP I, physician yesterday after being Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Carter,I, what a depressing effect it would Church of Starke, an Elk. A In discussion of the gov energized since early last year, ,

]laborers found $23.76 in theftenvelopes struck by a falling tree Saturday Lawtey, boy December 8. have If all automotive activity I Woodman of the World and have I ernor's race haven't made any announcement considerable delay was occasioned
I morning of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Caruso, was discontinued in our little I sventeen years seniority break- *. Home of them' probably along the extension' because the
this week Instead Johnson was cutting trees near Starke boy December 9. county alone" Ing for the S. A. L. Railway Com- won't, but Hevenil of them required number of houses hud not :J.I.

fe customary $17.55. Reason I his home for cross-tie purposesand Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton I I'V. pany. I am a member of the I will. I been wired With the apPI'oachof "
fr 0* Christmas bonus of $6.21 lodged Starke, boy, December 10. 'Brotherhood the Christmas season, farmers {
one tree when cut '/. Muse Dies of Railway Trainmen Those who have announced in- "
B. A. Clark, who for the current I'
O order permitting an extra against another. When he cut Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hamilton Lodge No. 'clude: The Rev. J. 10':. liarbre of were prepared i
first tree Graham boy, December 11. I W. M. 56, died Wednesday became Impatient at the .,
Muse. -
the of
Florida and have
'""( Work period of 88 hours, the supporting tree 989. Wlidwood. Jacksonville; J. H. Cluncey :
fell him before he could get Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Worth Hlg- Dec. 13, at his home three been a member of organized Panama City; Mayor Walter U. long delay and matters came to a .r
.lIIer than the usual period of upon December 5. i head Monday when a group of ,,' .
Waldo boy
He suffered gins. miles southeast of Starke. Death 11 labor number of Senator
out of Its way. I for a years. Fraser of St. Augustine; ,it .
hours. Pay ,checks also ar- concussions about the head a dislocated Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ernest Wood came as the result of a heart at I, "I am soliciting the support of Spessurd Holland of liar tow; B. : prospective customers made a

several days early this collar bone, and an in- Starke, boy. December 8. I tack. :I every man woman and child In F. paty of West Pulm lleuch; trip to the cooperative headqu&r'i'i\\.
I He lay unconscious Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall, The deceased' was born at Law- Districtin I -J'I terN at Keystone Heights urgently "
'eek to enable workers to have Jury to his left lung. I the Second Congressional H. Rodgers of St. ; current
of the
heir I I for several hours until Theressa boy December 9. try and had been a resident' of my race for Congress and I Ilurton Schocpf of Tampa; stressing the need

money for Christmas. found by a neighbor. R. RI This week births were recordedas I Bradford County all his life. He' promise that when this high honor 1. Walker of Ocala; Francis P.Whitehall' ut this time.Congressman. J

A total of 221 men are now on I I Grlffls, who was squirrel huntingin follows : was a farmer and two days before 'I Is bestowed upon me I will I of Iceland ; and Fuller Green telephonedthe ,

118! WPA payroll in this county. the vicinity. A local doctor Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards, his death had brought to hold this office as a sacred trust I, Warren of Jacksonville. Waxhlnglpn, 11. C., ILEA: offices

this number, around 200 are.'was called and the injured roan Staike boy, December 18. 'I town three pints of the first' and return It to the people of the I The result may be -a record und urged that I current be "
lasses His condition Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Grlffla strawbenles picked here this unblemished." supplied before Christmas for the ,I';
( as laborers. Only road I! Is recovering at home I Second District I II field topping even the ,14 who
favorable. Pine Grove boy. December 12. i ... Citizens of his native community,
roJeets the season. -
are In progress at is described aa I -- - sought the Democratic nomination
resent time, but work will be I I Mr. and l Mrs. Charles Boyd I Survivors are his widow Mrs. GOOD NEWS In 1936 when Raleigh (I'ette- County Agent McClane expressed "

e&Umed on the Graham school MISS EDITOR Flsbee. Mlddleburg\ boy, Decem- I Zilpha Muse; throe daughters I way of Tampa and Fred' I' Cone himself ''n being gratified over ij'/
I ber 12. Mrs. Harvey of Mac- ABOUT ROAD 13 of the REA and also ,;; .
gilding on January 4. I Dewey of Lake City finished on top In the re i>onse '
I 1 ___ Mr and Mrs Randolph Wilson i clpnny, Mrs. Foster Crews of I : the first heat and Cone bent his appreciation for the cooperation

DELECT"1"OMMITTEEMEN Lawtey boy. December 13. I F'lant City and Miss Vera Muse Senator Dan Kelly of- Fernan- Pettewuy In the runoff i I that consumers, along this
{ Mr and Mrs. Bascome DeLouls i of Starke; and one son, Kirk dina was a visitor to Sturke yesterday line have given to him. r
I Williams Lake Geneva, girl, December Muse of Sanford.Funeral I and brought good news United States'' Senator Charles
op-1 Around 35: homes on the ex-
Andrews will have
concerning work on the famed
18MANY I services were held c
I when he seeks the Democratic tension are now receiving
__ link" of Road 13. ponents
Committeemen to administer n -v- last Friday afternoon at the "missing I .
1940( Agricultural Conserve- ENTER graveside In the Macedonia Construction Is now in progress nomination for re-election. .. -
Coe of West Palm I I - ----
Charles Francis
'* Program In Bradford Countybe I Cemetery I n Baker County on 6 1.2 miles extending I
I leach and Mrs. Hortenna K. Well POSTS SET
: elected at a meeting to beta I TREE CONTEST under the direction of the Rev. northeast from the Nassau-Duval ..._..
Thursday I i County line. Senator Kelly said.When of Tampa nave announcsal mcywould
the courthouse i Ernest Griffin. AT CEMETERYThis
I As the result of Interest stimulated this stretch Is completed i seek the office. Governor
TJg. December 28. at 9:30: Pallbearers were: C. Sullivan a
by the large number of I Steve Starling Sidney Starling, around April 1 there will remain .Cone said he believed he would I week the work of setting ,

prizes being offered this year by uncompleted only the short distance run In cement to sure '
Notice of the meeting was out Nathan Starling, Charley Garrett 269 fence posts!
lEd cooperating organizations, and Charney Garrett.Independents of 3.7 miles from the Duval Attorney General George round Crosby Lake Cemetery wan
from of County
the office '
been '
tnt' T. K. McClane this Week' door Christmas trees have -+ County line to Baldwin. Couper!' Gibbs and, State Treasurer completed, members of the Crosby .t
springing up all over town ad.Iing + W. V. Knott have said they wouldnot and Cleaning Committee
an I Fencing
I Win
and -a
work ,
e signers I greatly to the holiday spirit. Christmas Dance seek re-election so there will said The poets must set one ;;
attendance requested. ,
The was were Seventeen cash prizes are being The Denmark Furniture basket- be contests for these'two cabinet I week before the fence wire Is ; ,
1939 committeemen follows: First prize $2.- I and his Floridians J. M Lee
8. offered as ball team (local Independents) Rabbit Robbins offices Comptroller stretched upon them to allow the
James '
IeI' Sibley of of The and ressa J., V. Ed- ., 50. second prize $2, third prize I whipped the Enquire: five of Jacksonville : will play for the big danceto has been given notice he would. concrete to harden sufficiently. It ,
Lawtey. r and fourteen prizes of $1 be In the new Armory I I
rONt$, Jr., of Brooker. $1.50 in a fast game 38 to 11 given have opposition. was stated, and the wire
each I Wednesday night. The entire I Christmas night. The gala event, Nearly half a million Jt'loridlan'l' probably be attached to the posts
-- + ( It is not too late to enter the I, Starke team displayed a beautiful beginning at 9:30: o'clock, will be I may vote In the May Democratic next week. Contract for this .' }

BIRTH RATE contest. and all residents of+I offense and an airtight defense. 'i sponsored by the local National primaries. There! were 328.000 work have not been let. so far, t a
i Starke are urged to decorate I all Guard Company Free gifts will i and observers of the Committee
BOVE AVERAGEThat I I Esquire was forced to make :, votes in 1936. political I Carl Johns, Chairman
I "
but week-end. In of .
"Mr, Editor during the be distributed and a feature greater -
It's usually trees I shots from a long range. The expect an even reported Wednesday. ';
Bradford County's birth in the case of Jean Davis young I! order to compete the trees must :I lineup for Starke was: Brown ((1)), the evening will be the oppor- I I participation In 1940. I No new contributions were madeto

ate is Well above the 'average for I' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E M. I be at least four feet in height and Managua (fl.) Hardin (c), Grtffls tunity for all ladies to dance with I Reports from counties Indicateda the fund this week in spite of :

!** entire state Is shown In a refrt ,,, Davis of Starke, It's 'Miss tdl-:!: must be placed In the yard or on I I (g). Whittemore (g)). Substitutions I Santa Claus.Pension .. Democratic registration of the.fact that more money will be ; ,yj 4

from the State Board offaith tor" for she has the Job of whip-, an open porch : Priest for Brown. I ---- -- 993,048) In 1938. and this probably needed to complete all of the de'r: i,

{ in Jacksonville. I ping the B. H. S. Journal into I --- +----- --- -.-- Club Meets will be swelled above 600,000 for sired, Improvements such as a '. ',
Plorida's average Is 18.3. the I shape every- week. Jean not mont only ofI I\\Servicesat I; Gassett Moves Store ![ The Bradford County Social 1940. I cement stile or a cattle gap and <,
'West while edits, but she authors of Lake the far side of the Cem.
level In nine years The Rev. Jake Thomas Republicans will offer candidates gate on "
general Club meets every
I the articles and It's the Starke Pate Gassett moved his hard Security Pension \ and thorough cleanIng -*
I "W'oidrate is listed as 22.3. that shes I Butler will preach at the afternoon at three o' for all major offices and etery a very
Saturday ,
of opinion I business. this week' from Its
"Christ County with a rate of consensus Judging by Christian Church Sunday morning ware clock in the court house. J. T. for many county offices in a driveto which would remove nomer- '
101s the highest In the state. doing a bang-up Job. must have : at 11 o'clock and Sunday night at location on Call Street to the Barnes Is president and" H. L Increase Republican registration cue log and fallen trees within ";,

'I\lIe Collier with 11.5 Is the low the expression she when 7 o'clock. The public 19 invited building on Temple Avenue for- secretary which totaled 33,397: ) In 1938. the Cemetery -' ,', I,
.''t Union : been working on the Jokes services. 1 merly occupied by N. J. Keen. Garrett,
; County's rate was I to attend these "
id. was taken. icanour
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coat My sister Helen Is 10( you don't get any mean letters. 1 a doll that "drlnks-n-wets" Christmas trees in their respective the Unlve,, ,
III Letters To Santa Claus years old and she wants a large I am six years old and my sister I have a little brother Fred thatIs churches tonight. Both services vIsiting his parent\ ,'II Florid

ball, a doll carriage and a Betsy Is 12. two years old. He wants you begin at 7::30 o'clock. The R. R. Thedf', IItHI Mr an

Wetsy doll and please Santa dear With lots of love, to bring him a little red wagon, public is cordially Invited.Dr. --.'-. J H >\pek-end,
Starke, Fla. some fruits and candy. don't forget my big sister Betty Your friend, Mary Lots Durshimer a new rollicking roll-over Pluto I Geo. Tibbetts and his friends In .Ial'k MO'r" was v
December 13, 1939 Your friend, Jean who IH 12 years old. I think I dog a streamlined riding hump] group of talented musicians will nesday. ""VUlt IlUIt

Dear Santa Claus: Annie Lee McDaniel. she wants a Wrist Watch, house truck, a little Cubby Bear and a hold a meeting: lasting one weekin "All
I am a little girl 3 years old.I coat and bedroom slippers and Dear Santa Claus: little train. Wishing you a merry the Baptist Church beginning stor, WIll be

have brown eyes and white hair.I Dear Santa Claus please bring a lot of fruit and I am a little boy five year old. Christmas and a happy new year Sunday. December 24. Everyoneis that Christmas the Day I' 18 I'

have been a good little girl this. Bring me and my sister a pairof candy. I want you to bring me a bag ot Your little friends, urged to attend. Excellent office new ('It (t'nuncll

year and ask you for a baby boll socks each and some new Thanks an awful lot, marbles and a dump truck and a Louise and Fred Johns speaking and unexcelled music the January )ISI, \NIII
and carriage and some candy and dresses and some fruits and Your little friend, big ball, some candy and fruit. will be featured at the service. Sunday Opetllllllt1,,,, of b
I That Is all I want. I --- here
fruits and nuts. candy. Louise A. Adklns. am a good I Coleman Phillips, son of Mr. according t"( the k
Florida business
Your sweet little girl, Your friend boy. Hampton, and Mrs. O. J. Phillips has under carried ,,n
Your best friend, Dec. 11, 1939 Since
Evelyn Tyler. Mary Ellen McDanieL Brooker Fla. gone an appendix operation and we ate, ,tl)
Franklin McDaniel. Dear Santa Claus: read
December 12, 1939 I have been wanting an air is recovering nicely in St. Vin- anxiously awailng ,the
Starke, Fla. I Dear Santa Claus: Dearest Santa, and I love cent's Hospital In Jacksonville. bell's toll, i will, Chi'
I boy '
a good
December, 13, 1939 I am a little boy seven years I'm a little girl four years old. Lawtey, Florida rifle. am candy and Mrs. C M. Davis spent last that we all 'gn off an
I want some
Deal Santa: old. I go to school every day. My Satita I want you to please bringme December 12, 1939 you. old. week with her parents in Mel- Day football attend': the Cbr
1 am a little boy 5 years old. I teacher says I am a very good a big doll that will cry and Dear Santa Claus: fruit. I am eight years .naA rlUK-_ game AI oJ

have been a good little boy this boy. I want you to bring me a go to sleep, a doll carriage, a little Please bring me a football, It's thirteen more days stock-until Keeffee Harrell and Sidney Shu- I of yester'yesl and see you, favorlt
-year and ask -you for a coaster can- -pistol. and a cowboy- suit dump truck and a pair of blue.' train, and tractor. I am seven I Christmas. I hang my / ford were visiting friends in then-. perform

wagon some candy nut, and and some fruit and candy. bedroom slippers. I years old. Please bring my little ing up. Your little friend Jacksonville Sunday. -Watch Our

fruit. I Your best friend, Santa remember all the other brother something nice too. He Is Howard Miner is recovering Pllltforll1. G,
Your little friend, James Oliver McDaniel. nice little girls and boys. .I one and a half years old. His Cyril r from r.la recent Illness in St. Gh'o a- --- .-

David Tyler., Your friend, name la Edwin. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville. Chrl"tmIl8.portable typetvd
p S Santa I will leave you some Hampton, Fla. Jacqueline Dyal. Your little friend Hampton, Florida Richard Thede, medical student Tl'legraph.tCectC Bradford
pie In the kitchen. r December 13, 1939 Junior Crawford. Dec. 11, 1939

My Dear Santa: Dear Santa: Dear Santa Claus: W-tC tCtIt< tear; Santa Claus: I have been thinking of you a I am a little girl six years old. I have been a good girl. I am @ t(

I want you to bring my mother lot and wondering what you will Please bring me a pair of shoes, Longwood, Fla. seven years old. I want a hen To our friends and cus Comers a Merry
11 1939
tad father a real nice Christmas bring me. I am a little girl 6 some candy, some fruit and some Dear Santa: that lays wooden eggs, and a U and a Happy New Year Xmas
31ft Mother says she wants a years old and I would like for negro toes. That's all I will ask I pretty little doll for Christmas.I .
lew dress. Father says he wantsa I you to bring me a doll carriage, a for this will am be a five little In girl four years old I am going to be asleep when I 1 Star Woirkingmens
time.Your January.
pair of socks. They both want Betsy-Westsy doll and a house friend, T uran. + m.. **. Vt*..!.*.,. _A .1 nil you come. I am making good on Stor
Hazel lessons. I want to see
Kersey some nuts and ; embroider set.: my you.
I Your little friend,
; please don't forget my
Keystone Heights, Fla. Grace Dickinson
baby sister, Judy, she wants a I
December 14, 1939 rubber doll, rattler and a teddy I -
t fJERES WISHING Dear Santa Claus: bear. Hampton, Florida

I am trying to be a good boyso Your little friends, Dec. 11, 1939
YOU All TH l I that will
hope you bring me
Jay and Judy Mines, Dear Santa Claus: I II -
4MPPISSTSEASON something nice for Christmas. I P. S.-Judy Is five months old. have been a good girl I wanta j
am five years old and have a
doll and a tea set. It is thirteen
dog named "Inky." I
n 4IOLIDAY Longwood, Fla more days until Christmas,
My stocking will be hanging by .
Dear Santa Claus: and I will be glad when it comes.
the fireplace and please don't for
I am in the 6th grade. Mrs. I[ hope you won't forget any little
get Daniels Is my teacher. I am 11 boys; and girls this Christmas.
Your little friend,
years old and I am a good girl. Your little friend, = -
Lawrence. +
Jerry sa
Please visit me and all my Blanche Durham.
friends in Seminole and Bradford.

1939May Dear Santa: Visit my teacher and all my New River, Florida
I am a little boy four years of
schoolmates.I I Dear Santa Claus: :
age. Please bring me a red
will ask for a few things likea I am a little boy eight years old
wagon, some candy and some bicycle, doll wagon, football and I go to school. I am in the May boundless holiday cheer be
fruit. That's all I will ask for
this Christmas bless pony, cowboy suit, skates and third grade. Mrs. Jesse Lee
season this time.
some candy and nuts. I have 4 Lazenby is my teacher. I love yours during this glorious l i

you and yours with all the good Your friend sisters and five brothers. Pleasedo her and am learning fast so
Jimmie Kersey. not forget my two nelces. and won't you please bring me! u Typewriter Christmas sea s o n. To our

things in life; may success, two nephews. a 40-piece farm set, a HI- I friends and customers
Keystone Heights, Fla. Thanks a lots Santa, Yo! Silver Calling All Cewboys whose

happiness and health be yours in December 14, 1939 Your loving friend set with 2 guns Please bring numbers are ever-increasing, we

full measure. Dear Santa Claus: Maxine Prescott. i I my teacher a nice present too also -
I am a good little girl. Please. I my sister and little brother. express our appreciation for
bring me a bicycle for Xmas but
Starke, FloridaR. Thanking you so much,
If you think it is too big to bring F. D. 1 I r.. M. L. Johns, Jr. loyalty.

you can bring me something else. Dec. 18, 1939 .
Please bring me some candy in Dear Santa:
my stocking. Bring my sister a Please don't forget me this
A. 0. ANDREU! gun and some candy and any Xmas. I am a little girl 4 years By Ulllluiii (Bill) Plununer

other things that you think she old. I won't ask for anything/ -
The M. E. Methodist and the QUIGLEY & DAVIS
I might like. She Is a nice sister except a harp and see what I get
Baptist Churches will have their
and I love her very much. I hope as a surprise. I

I Love and best wishes for a annual Christmas programs and ,
Merry Xmas and Happy New i
-, Year. I

Your friend, i i
Mae Hall :'
I 4rBE51
Hampton. Florida
Dec. 11, 1939 I :

Dear Santa Claus: : 4

I want some candy and toys for ,I
Christmas. I have a little brother
three years old. I have tried to lU 'H 5 TO A '

be a good girl. I go to school i ,
and am !In the second grade.

Santa, please bring me a doll
and please bring my little brothera
May every joy Your friend

ever y happinessbe Ada Beth Padgett. To our many customersand I L
Merry Christmas An old, old

you r s during Hampton. Florida good friends
Dec. 11. 1939 .
The this i gloriousChristmas i Dear Santa: we say Our Christmas would not
twinkling stars repeat it; I am a little boy.I "MERRY CHRISTMAS"
season am eight old. be complete unless we ex
Merry Christmas We wish you years and
Santa Claus, I want may our friendship
a bicycle.
and during the pressed our deep appreciation -
health, t : : When you come I will be asleep continue to grow even

And a joyful heart to greet it! year to come. Your little James friend Collins. stronger as the yearsgo for your patronage,

by. and wished you every success

New River, Florida
Dear Santa Claus: for the coming year.STERN'S .

I am a little girl three years

DARBY'S STOREJohn TheSpotlight old. I have been a good little J. T. Kirkland, Jr.

girl all the year. I want you to
bring me a little pedal bike a Agent for
:\, and Chas. A. Darby piano, a seven-piece house clean- Liberty National Life

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friends at Christmas time
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be as warm and comforting
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as the firelight of the Yule-)
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T.n'lI' Jean Davie JUNIORS MAKE I Good Book: Report LETTERS TO Mammy Sez Elementary Echoes !I: STATE DOCTORAT

5lnln'jtl1' Gayle Sawei: $70 ON PLAY
L. H. Harper The Soil Him I SANTA CLAUS Dear Chilian: B. H. S.
Frank Robinson I'Ol'KTH UKADK: NEUSThis -
I psis Arch Thomas FRIDAY NIGHT ; The author, Raphael I When asked de other day how room has a Christmas tree LAST WEEK '
Starke Florida
Loral Bennett I writes about this event Sllbatlnl'l she has make school
helped our
I flub Elisabeth: Plummer Auditorium Is lull Dear Santa: and It Is. decorated There are ,
ner that Is
J Mae Harley I t true to life. paper such a huge success, Jean Diphtheria, and Smallpox
Mara chains all around our room. The
,\ know
Annual 1 I haven't been
vb1 L. M. GalnuI Performance 140 much as goodas
excitement I read Davis nonchlantly replied: "It's Vaccination. Given
and chain look
Christmas tree
I I could have been but
FrenontedExactly I
News anxiously am a "
.mentary eagerly and hurriedly In blood. To Student
E I J1lingawOrth just my very nice. Also we have made
senior this I
Vida through after year so.: therefore '
fills a week page page and Jacqueline what's dis I hear charms out of gourds and pine
Reporters about
special ago one chapter after can't be as good as the others. Last week school authorities,

nd Joe IClla Barr. p. m, twelve people were beginning the end. chapter The climax until I cameto Since I haven't been BO good I am about you when you were In de bUrrs. But before that names scared by possibilities of the

aCwjelelleyAuGetlnlandu, to get nervous. Reason: reached until the end of is not the not going to ask you for much. i third grade? Such a strange set- were drawn I spread of I Diphtheria In this district .

I they were almost ready to give story.Subatlni's. So please try to bring me these i ting too! ( P. S. whose knife is Dr. Mead<<1 of the University of t. due to a very mild epidemicin I"" j

the first performance of a play things and I will be good from I dat you have?) Florida visited. this room last. Brooker notified the State ; .

EDITORIALI0ISTMA9 that had worked them and their proficient use of de- now on.First. "J B". Dot, Grace. Marian week. Hoard of Health to come to the
directors about three hours every scriptive words makes the story I would like very very Betty, and Patsy are getting to Last week a number of pupils rescue. Soon afterward a doctor 1
(! AT HANDrSy night for the previous two weeks, interesting. His charactersmore much to have a new ribbon for be pretty good chorus gll'ls- took dipt her la shots and BO are from the State Hoard was at B H. .::1

is the Birthday of a and had given them a merr interesting. His charactersare my typewriter at school. I really Rhumba and all! very sore. S. giving Diphtheria "shots to ,mall

\ftnnot Washington, nor chase, due to Its more-than-nor-I pictured as they really are (In do need one and I have been us- Rivers and Dot are buying a Mrs. Hart teacher. who had sense enough to take \

Jefferson, but the mal length its everyday life. I I them almost the whole school .
for ;
I'nor I ing an old one for three months. very special Xmas present Billy Smith reporter
who them: acting. Two seniors and do not care for novels exceptto
of the one put ten jun- I Then Santa. I would like very somebody! Give you three guesses! did {y

!jev were because they iors made up the cast of "He Was become acquainted with the much to have two weeks vaca- 'Wonder why Carlton has such SIXTH m.u>K M\\S' : Killing two birds with one stone .

I was right; because they a Gay Senorita" the annual authors style of writing. The I I tion for Christmas Instead of just an odd<< look on his face every This room also has Its Christmas the doctor also gave students

Kut his ideas were the right eleventh grade play put on for books I like best are: non-fiction, one, because really you know one time a certain ash-blond in de tree and the pupils are go- access to Smallpox serum, giving : "

Jjenus! Christ. the purpose of raising money for histories biographies, or any week isn't long enough. Now junior class passes by him? Ing to decorate It soon We are the tent to a great number of ,

Iitvers this man because he the junior-senior banquet.In 'since reading I have material a limited that Is true, Santa If you don't think this Is L. M. has a very strange greeting also\ making Christmas booklets pupils. ,

Lmethlng that everybody the story Arnold Benjamin Because very of this I imagination too much I would like most of alla for everybody( dese days-just about the story of Christmas and Probably more important than : t'

bin has been working to- (Ralph Rhodes) is doomed to become so absorbed in never novel picture of my boy friend. You a little louder, Gaines -- I didn't think they are very nice. We the Diphtheria vaccine was the a i

jwe love hUn because he bung marry a Spanish Senorita Costal I that I can believe a for the will know who he is because I quite catch Hi! have been painting this week smallpox vaccination. Reason: ,',;. (

'. human life demands In I de la Torrlente, from way out ir I moment that the characters even are don't have but one. Ralph Nettles in. carrying a cer- moat of the pictures are very Today, In the U S.. It Is again :.

to be wholesomely lived- Brazil Arnold, in love with Vera alive. I surely hope you won't forgetme tain gold compact around in his nice. beginning to slowly. raise Its Unwelcome ,. ,

rt, kindness, love consider- Stewart (Ruth Simpson), promptly -! From reading Sabatlnl's "Sea and please try to be on time.I shirt pocket--next to your heart I Miss Kennedy;: teacher ; head. Many years ago, .

?. He is pei'f ectlon-the Ideal I. puts his foot down but picks I It Hawk" the I am benefitted love you lots.Margaret, pal ? -----.----- I there was three times as much "( 'ItI !

person, whether thai up again when his father applies way Pearce. I understand dat Si\KMH: <1HAI I ; 1'OKTS: I smallpox spread over the nation j ,'111
pry most is to be able to his Betty Phillips,
realizes it or not.commemorate. I the Iron In the fire: Arnold won't I compare Week before last Mrs. Grace but within the last few years
It's for 't!
:i work with other authors and Georgia you everytlme "
get the $250,000 that's coming to ; Starke Florida Wainwright seventh grade, teacher after having been pretty well ,\,
George Understand dat Sadie had
<< a
:Jim we some of his characters \'
.on's Birthday we re-- him on his twenty-first birthdayIf -- "do good for evil." portraying Dear Santa: ppend-de-nlght party for n. few of I decided" to see whet her students wiped out, it In' cautiously cl'f'epIng '. :: ;,

he doesn't the I in terrible and I could, do In the of back into be- f ,
"father of our marry Semorlta am a fix hope friends way prevalence -- 'itl
her last
that he was Lionel Is Oliver's The SeaHawk's. girl Friday night. I
birth- What's more his father says he'll you will help me out. I have poetry. With "Christmas" their cause of the fact that people don't ::::1s..e \
Christ's said had
ITbut when 1 brother whom I dislike Everyone dey.Iho' a ,. .
have basic subject and Inspiration the It around and thus fall to }
him dispossessed. Arnold fallen deeply in love with a girl
the time!
| we know for his good
ungrateful act
comes tithe world lies In whether walks the floor racks his brain towards Oliver, who, had cowardly showeredall I from Lake Butler and I don't Here's a real scoop: Remember pupils went to work putting; point (heir guns at the rock It's :" I

finally finds a solution by way of know what to do. Would you thought Into rhyme. hiding behind.
| t It follows Christ's prlncl- his love upon him. The sacrifices Christine Cutshaw? Well she's da lp('
(because his are the only ones his bosom friend Larry Moore Oliver made to shield I please do me a very small favor girl with n smile for everybodywell When lhs papers were all The State Board Doctor, know- "

\can hold a world together In (Warren Frederick) who is all forgetting Lionel from the terrible crimeshe by moving Starke to Lake Butler she's down here from Tennessee graded Mrs. Wainwright came to Ing all this used a good trick to i

rid of the Spanish men- committed were almost un- I or vice versa? There is one other for Christmas! Starke's the conclusion that the boys and help" students who did take the '!' :k''

I ace. small matter too. Please tell my girls had done very well: that results smallpox vaccination, slide Into "
great gain
Is the fact that believable but he gladly bore
of this ,
that decision He them
mother that I want a wrist watch were unuMuallytOOII.. : they
dons black Joe Allen Lander .
lace Is
Larry a curtain wearing
decided it them until later. In ,
who has spiteof ..
1 nation years for would If didn't! That :
litep out on its own is also a wig a pair of high heeled the fact that Oliver became a: Christmas (a good one, not somebody's class ring! Oh Oh! Following are four of the they .astatement
goodrmured -
from 5 wan partly ,
else shoes a bull red skirt, and parades I his Intentions were good one the & 10)) Merry Christmas to you all anda poems written by members of the '
out on somebody pirate
: trickery but then, again, }
in on the afternoon before If you will do these small favors very special happy New Year! seventh grade, English!' Classes: :
and he a determinationto
I won't, in the end, experiencelovely I developed was surprisingly far from untrue :
[ But the real senorita was to have ar to Rosamund the girl he for me, I will appreciate it When I see you chili un againIt '
results from It prove ('hr"'II\III" If people don't come to their :
rived-If Arnold hadn't sent a.. greatly. will be a brand new year; so
I Spend they'll know the truth;: loves that he Is Innocent and to ,',
Christmas will be hem soon; I senses about smallpox, it will ,: ..
her nextday's Lovingly yours until then--I'm Mammy.
phoney telegram stalling I your
brother If '
to be right and just, up cowardly of
w got sprt'aI'all
| Merch- Much brighter seem the stars and eventually be top "
Ralph (Corrigan, Speed ,
arrival. Larry In an effort I Oliver had only controlled his ---- ---
: happy. I the U. S., like butler on a pieceof
ant Rhodes. moon; 'I '
-Jean Davis. to make the Senorita disgustingin temper once while in an argumentwith ) Through the KeyholeMore It seems. strange that our hearts bread< the sight of Arnold's father,,
-. Rosamund's brother, he Starke Florida grow lighter, of It, If they don't It's nine to one, 'X''
and make him send he
(HRIVTMAS: SPIRIT thus i away could have been spared all the Dear Santa Clans: new romances around the And our eyes are much brighter.Also they'll wish to goodness they'dtaken ,

'ow i that Christmas Is swiftly for good, makes love to every- hatred hardships scorn and sus- campus! And there'll be mOl'cI I the vaccination and pre
I know will be
!ping up on us, we all begin body in the house: Mr Benjamin picion that developed after that to hear from you me, since I surprised haven't presents given around Christmas << we should remember the vented the" awful night they see In r

lint that delightful feeling 01luting (Edwin Shepherd), Fritz Lutzen- day. Again we could think of too. Some of the latest bug- poor the mirror when they look at
written to in such
to help someone. This I helm (Joe Allen Lander), Patsy applying these words "think three you a stung ones are: Leonard and Doo And If you help them I am sure their pitted faces
long time. Santa Claus I am a
the Forest (Key Sargent), over- times before speaking." Think of Know and That you will be rewarded but ,Il,
|ili{U commonly known as I senior this which I can lie, Jack and Franctne It's not always that bad
powering every one of them and I the times we could be benefitted year Hy our Saviour God.
ftntau\ Spirit and it attack: hardly believe) and I have beena Alice June Arch and GeraldIneS. the Buying1 l !ROCS: hope for the

]im\ every year at about this succeeding in convincing everyone by the usage of those word. good girl most of the time. ., and Just lots more If you'll -C. W Colson. bent; expect the worst! t

I. that "when we Spanish love,, I I wanted Oliver to go back to look al'ound.I ---- W k""
wouldn't shorthand
Sometime I
we LOVE." England and tell the world of his study Some of our school chums who \\ hy I Like (7lristmas Trade) jour old typewriter In 1)0 .r .
attack of lots '
but I it
CpristmpsSpirit study more
suddenly In one day Larry covers enough : Innocence after he was doublecrossed I are going to other schools came I like Christmas because Christ a lirnnd now |M>rlnl>Ie. Liberal, .
and sad to
( ) than I to.
say now use
ground to last two weeks. In by Lionel who was so ungrateful to see us this week. SnookeyIs came tense Bradford County Tele- '
I'I! quite as suddenly, if not less time than that he gets a off There are lots of things I would '
>/nv After Christmas when I as to send Oliver to I as cute as ever. Tommy still has And( all the Angels sung graph. &

incitement has died down, the ;I true confession from hU girl be sold as a slave. I did not like I like for you to bring me this freckles Buddy Is still growing The Wise Men gave their gifts 0"'U"1) or ba.Fr'rron\ : -- .,

d-wlll-towards-others June Gale (Gayle Sewell), who Oliver's making up with Rosa- year Santa Claus but since there Junior A. l 19 the same Junior, Tho Shepherds gave heir love lly the t PIIWPI vested I nil'ihHnitiil >. M

begins to die down. Oh fee, once ling I thinks she ia visiting the "Senor mund after she had hurt his pride of are them.so many I'll Just name a few Jimmy hasn't lost his appetite To Christ who Is now In Heaven llrnilforil of('aunty J'uhll.. Flotilla.Inntrudlon. h..r'hy of .

ita"; turns Mr. Benjamin's former and had fallen in love with Lionel.I Johnny 'Is still wearing his hair above. onus l an itlootlnil In do held on Tin' \ "j"
while it drags on until New inside out; wins the Benjamln's he should have com- First, would (like to have two day Jnnimry II, $IIMO at ItlUy War ,"I'
opinions thought Barbara Keen
a,among the seldom-kept New I weeks vacation Instead of one. I short, but we are very glad IIInl.l rilllnir Million At lira hum InHp.xliil "::11:,
poor relation. Patsy, who pletely ignored her except for Bee them again. Tax 'Pi-hoot Dlnlrlot. No IIHrailfonl ".,'\'
he County
Brazil before of
to envious
went her
almost make
trying to The Junior Play was a real Hunan lilldri-ii Ha, Hu'ou'l r,.
Krture Is swift. Just think I enough, do Santa Claus rAnd urpi age tortthetIne f
found out he'd fallen for Larry;; him, but not ever to sacrifice his you success. Everyone enjoyed seeIng Soma children never give' any unit I rlxingftheeCroll "',
I splendid world this would If could help me get two, I In two ur*. for t the puipnuiof '
is responsible for Fritz's mutila- I life for her as he did even to you Warren F, as Senorlta We gifts. ii ir y"
election the follow
U holillnir
had the Christmas would be Second I ,
everyone "
tion, graciously given him bj I the end. very happy. feel someday he'll turn out to be But they expect a lot of things I Inll am namvil u. munnKorn John
rtt the year 'round! Oh, we would like to have someone sit Krnnk Abernathy N ,I
Louise Stern) who caught who like this of McKinney
it Lena ( For those type an actor. Loral Bennett left for And keep wondering what SantaIs "..vi... and Illloy Wm ili mean have I with in 5th. hall.
you'd to go him being forced into a love story there is a romance tenseness me period study Ga., to visit her parents. We are going to bilng J. IrlfflB,

giving gifts to your folks scene by the ever-willing Senor- color and profound absorption I get lonesome sitting by myself. going to miss her. What's this They want this and that and Hay: Hficmtitry li- 5t I nso.rll'N

lending Christmas cards to carries spell-bound And last, Please don't forget my I ,,,.' tn-i.H now pint
lta. I that one we hear about these girls meeting "Gee I'll be glad for Christmas
Suzie and Uncle Ned. but to look girl friend that lives on the other 'I"X I)IKIIIrnillr : t
Things however, being through crowded days of glorious I train at mid-night and not finding day; ( Hill N... l
keep up the Christmas pretty gummy for Arnold when, adventure. side of Reno.ThankIng anyone to be met? Christine Cut- I hope I get a lot of toys." ; IX IIKHKHY; UlVKtf Tax:
by Santa Claus. That U II. Powell holder of
doing what little
you a few hours later, the supposedlyreal I -- you shaw didn't know what a warm They expect much, but (Vi't Numbrret<
someone who needs your Senorita Costa (Iris Crews) We Wonder Why? Love, reception she wan receiving did I They never think of many girls IDA :: :i..t"8"8" Issued August S, 1J37. t
Ip, Zastead of making a lot of Ar- Marian Dowling. has fllfil nnni In my office Ana -
walks into behold the mess. I she? I and boys IIIIM made npiillcullon for tax deed

tons we do not Intend to nold's father finds out the other"Imposter" -- Were there two seniors lickingon I Who don't have good( things to to l>" trued. I thereon ..4'
Po let's all the Mr. Sponholtz' room has such Dear Santa: Said i-HiMflrnlm' respectively .m-
try to keep is Larry begins to suckers the oCher( day? What eat or wear- brace. the followlna d..I1..1VI 'ba

rilllnas Spirit throughout the chase him. Larry happens on I a pretty Christmas tree. I have been a very good littlegirl about It. Helen? 'Loral ? We Some children do, do you ? l rni>i>rll<" I In the County; : of Bred- ,
:kom/ng/ year, and the years Garland Is reducing. since last year, and I want State of Florida to-wlt-:
some none-too-friendly dogs gets thought them to be dignified! Oh rtirii-atn No. 185. embraces. SPHint
t follow, Everyone! goes around holdinghis to bring mea doll that sleeps.I They forget what Christmas I*
nipped, finds refuge in the near- well, we'll look over this matter hU't: I':"", of NW'of HKV4: 91
also want carriage that Hntlon II Township 6 South
flre'li arm. for;
do this the world, or at est tree. His "companion Mrs. since Santa la almost here. Mange Si Kitut: ontalnlnr 40 Acre
I this fruitstandMarie Frank and Alice get along so stops when you put the brake on. They forget whoso birthday It Is; limit.Ortirivat '
or ,
section of the world Spangossl of the Ralph has a new girl! Can you rnor
d My other nine dolls need clothes; They think that Christmas Is a (* No IB*, embraces
be a much better place to ( Dyal), is also caught In well.Darrah all the time. believe It? He's beginning to like HWl, of MW'/t WVj of H1C, of
I Is singing If have that will fit them, of nolne
in the same situation and finds you any Lake Butler too. day HW',. Hurtlon 12 Township 6 Mouth
in Doris Harrison looks so forlorn. I would thank you very much. Some think It should be a day of (ItunKK tt HimlJ i-onlAinlnK Hi)
-Mary Townsend. surprisingly little difficulty time Gayle was so happy after the Ac-ma, morn or lulu.Thn :
such good
Everyone had a I'll leave you a nice big apple .. .
prayer the nalil
-. her 200 pounds up to ? amia itmf nt prop "
elevating Friday night. without a worm in it If you'll play--'wonder why To thank the Lord for the Christ under iialil 1-11 tlflratu' *ornj 1HJ
Meet Our Seniors the closest limb. to the Ruth has n secret that shewon't ,:rn,11;:5N was :In the name A,
Arnold Ida Lee and Freeman go bring me a Mickey-Mouse watch. Child, who Chulkl-y A llro J
Later, faced by Vera ,, tell but we have a good "J
"Shell" so much. Santa, please don't bring my In a manger lay, on the first Unless until .rtlflcatee. shell ha I
DOROTHY CROSBY Costa and Larry, Mr. Benjamin,, idea of what It's about. Shhh, riMlirm. acuorillna to law the
Douglas had to get sick. twin the same things, because we Christmas Day- proiivrtlim d..c.rU..1. th..r..lit will hanoli ,
"fulfill i I down drops everything don't let's tell
determined and ,
active whipped Sam Simpson doesn't learn the get everything mixed. anyone. Some children do, do you? to the highest liMiInr at the ': ",
abl e all these describe Doro- gives In to Arnold consents also and Ida Lee Is a starry-eyed little ourt-h""". floor on the first Monday '
news be
difference between Santa my stockings will Oleota Green. In the Month of January, lHO! ,
from an early age. There 'to let him have the money. Costa otherwise-he's tenth grade re- blue, and Marian's will be red. girl now; could It be because of u + which In the let luy of January >

"dn't' have been a sweeter baby herself had been readily willing to Sam. so-and-so, or IB Santa coming? 1049.I '.1
Don't let it worry ya, Lots of love '
indifference port. I ..I..d this' 27th day of N the was when she was born give up; soon proves her --- .-+-- Helen Dowling.P. Well. I'll see you next year. Primary Jingles A. I' J9.U

JJ and Mrs. R. M. Crosby, on to Arnold by marrying TIIK.: HOOK Merry Christmas. and a Happy I (OFFICIAL HKAf.) A J Thomas,
I wanta
S.--I forgot to tell you Clnrk of Clrnult ,..111'1. tlradforil
9, sixteen years ago; Patsy. The Book was old and raggedand paint book, an electric stove an New Year to all! FIKHT OKAIlK NEWS' County Florida. 12-1 6t 11-19

Rhea them all a sur- -Peeper. We that Christmas In -
was Then Vera gives gray. are glad
she of roller-skates and
very young Iron a pair 'Ut'ftf'lt] OF A PI'I.U"'TIO'"
tl parents moved from prise by telling them that the And covered with dust of the some candy chewing gum and -e -- coming. This room Is very pretty; Mon 'rs \ III'U: :

I to second girl who walked In upon ages it lay, (b: r"d.IDI' let's hop Santa i III good to us. NOTICIJ IS!' IIKHKHY: : (ItVRY: ,
Jacksonville from .
and some suckers. I That I. (}, I'nwoll. holder of Tax
10 St. Augustine but soon the scene as the real Senorltawasn't On a broken down table beside -e Some of the people In this world Miss Lllley teacher. Cnrtlflrat. No 19ft of August 5, u

'M the real thing, either: she an old bed; Have gold around their beds : I92H, No. 104 of August (I, IV24\ 1 No.
; to Starke where they Dear Santa Claus: 623 of July 7, 1910 and No 290 of
.'lIIed ever since. was a show-girl Vera hired to I And the old Invalid took it and As you know and everyone else, But as for the little Lord Jesus- HKOOND; iltAIJK: NEWS I, August 3, 1911 I. has riled aiiUI cortiruai ,

I ruin the thus-far "smooth-run eagerly read He had no place to lay his head. There are a lot of Christmas ". In my office and mart ap-
Dotnthy been good! little used to laitua
jj expects to be gradu- I I have a very pllrallon for tax
flying birds and decoratlorfo In our room We with law.
ning" plans. Of bright thereon In arrordanna
with the senior class'of Unlike girl this last year. So If you give The Shepherds came to the little HuM rerlirirntfiH. omhrarea the tor't'
at small tree with on
was good. children play. have a lights
The play
40 behavior of Us
of Bradford and according to the barn, lowlnir .1."c.rll..1 property situate
rode County, many comedies of this type, it Then wished he was once more list In It and a large tree also a man- In Bradford County, Florists to.
to become class children I'll begin my when JuusTht'Y /
And saw
first they
a wit ,
running throughout ami gay scene and a Santa Claus Vil : ;
' It's to believe that had a good plot youthful time because It'll be a long one. knelt to ger (Vrtlflrate No. 135 nmtirarea K'.jof
easy the funny business In It was Mary Townsend D. trippedme pray; lage. This room wants to thank N I'.'/, of N -) Her. 20 Tp. 5 H. H. ,'4'. ,
Will succeed as she has In ; drove home to One time when Jean And when the Wise Men enteredthe Mrs. Nelson Green for bringing 13 !.'.. containing, 20 Acres more or
er not horsey, but I have .
things she has done. hear somebody out- In the hall I could given room lean
funny-bone In the audience. -when they ufl so many Christmas decorations (Cnrtlflrat. No 19* embrace
mong her friends Dorothy Is every was side the door about to come in, her a good solid kick as she went :They gave their gifts and did the NWU\ of NW'-. 1 K*. t lot In NW
The afternoon performance with out the door But-I didn't. I (:..... Hue II Tp. II I M. K. 2] K.. con.
J11 a. Dot, and becomes lnpant aa that night's; both times he un-relaxes. The speed December 25th. same way We are all looking forward to talnlnff 40 Acres, mora or I......
gocKas of
at the "Doro- is which Larry clumsily tries to was thinking Certificate Ni 1123 embraces NWl{
mention of crowd. Proof our Christmas party this week. 1
they had a good his high-spiked So here it Is: The Angels In Heaven of UK'Heo. D Tp. 7 R It. U K", ,
class get back Into Merry Christmas to you all, Acre, mora or laaa,
the Junior containing
the fact that and the speed with Please Santa, If you can bring Ohl) how they did sing; and '

rothy Is Interested:: in almost pocketed $70.FunnIest clod-hoppers tries to put the wig It, I'd like a baby Austin (one There has never been beard from Miss Hogsed's room! Oertlflratn No 210 embrace. All
ant tdoor foothe dressedIn which1 Arnold Miss Hogied teacher. WVi of NldVi of Nte'/ M or road ex ,
"Ports especially scene: Larry It when the Such a beautiful thing! .
I l. head with a motor In ), so 9 v'
finds a I back on Larry's gives every too ft HHC 20 Tp H. U. 23 n.
his senorita costume, 'f sore bus leaves me In Lawtey I can ntalnlnic 1ft Acren, more or I....
audience a
ean't after his first and Impres- member of the Dad'scar. Tie through this gift Tllllil OKADH NEWS The assessment of said. property ,
endure "Smart Alecs, chance, without using
the come In It .
the meantime under the said certificates$ issued
for I stomach. The Scriptures say, What surprise, our Mothers
conceited people, and she pre- sive entrance to take It easy Mr. Benjamin He says It's a lotta trouble.I'd I a were. In the names aa follows to- ._
'''mo his brow and push I unexpected Intruder That we have a happy and Daddies will have Christmas wit: NOB Ill and 194 were aaaemiedIn \\1.
. t any subject to ltleraof a minute mop I held off by Mrs. like a fur too for this win- the nam-i of r .; '> 1
. back his wig before "the show 1 Is being that ter's been predicted a cold one. Christmas Day. t Morning! We've been busy making No.. *33 was ,,!:: :llt' : name

course, nobody Spangossi. who quickly vows -Lucile Bowers. a gift for them an we know of Kmlly F l.yon. and No. 290 waaaam ,:
Coupe main has to go on. Of Is A sable will do If you're out of a .. "
Dorothy has a "fragile, delicate" Senorita >im il In the name of Rarah K. .
' except the Santa Claus has been keeping our "
with .
'" h U In the room one.I KohlnHonDnloea
be be more appropriate
is a not even
thought : In a faint and must home mighty busy these days. Bald certificate shall baredoemed
Wa know his scheme for. Ask Mrs Fisher my parents
who diamond a golden
'h..r..d the ones II want a .
'toy. Poor Larry keeps a" ofdtna to law tax
frothy!! she'UVhe Arnold and Mm. Spangossl. Larry approached. and put locket, and most of all Santa room teacher If you doubt my Mrs. Bigg, teacher. deed will issue thereon on the 23rd. ,
g.otbackbone"; to faint complain ... J ,
removesthe trying to behavior ---- --- day of December A I> I93'
\ off his'"high-heels, six footer with black word as my '
she s going! takes his shoes at the same time. bring me a ribbons whoa bated thin 22nd. dar of November
black-lac window curtain andhta on at that hair (curly or straight), brown I hope to see you soon Typewriter A. 1) 1919. : '.j
-- settles feet Anybody who didn't laugh Yours paper, second sheet*.-Bradford (OFFICIAL HUAf.: ) A. I. Thomas ,
\.7 magi-neof your choiceRestly whey wig. and I Is Just hopeless anyway and eyes and whit, even teeth. Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford "l'
fsofa for a few minutes scene ask Estelle Austin. County Telegraph. County, Florida 11-14 ft 1223County
red ed price wltfc the high, on the t. goodness help them! I hope this isn't too much to 'j i
But may
01'11 County Telegraph. of relief/and 7's


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!Mrs. E. K. Ferryman I I!I Woodmen and Juniors Mae Moseley, "H't, ,..

II SOCIETY and CLUBS And Mrs. L. D. Green Are RecipesDark Elect Officers for 1910 Thomas nora Bennett; Banner, ?.P .m entlnel', 0

----. -- -- --. __ __ __ .__ __ -_ oj -. -------- ---- _- New W. S. C. S. LeadersAt The following officers for 1940 Johns: Color BellI, ""I, Do
were elected by the Supreme For- 11. n, I ,
Cake Thomas.
Fruit L
Mrs. Hazen Is HostessAt j DeLoach-Prescott Methodist Pastor OrganizesNew this year's business meetIng cut Woodmen Circle on December
of the Woman's Society for We know it's getting late to I The Junior ,,. '
Y. W. A. Meeting Engagement AnnouncedMr. Church Group 12: "
Christian Service of the Methodist make your fruit cake, but If you officiate at the-, |?"h' drove
Mrs Marvin Hazen was hostess and Mrs. W. L. DeLoach of The newly organized 050-100 Church held Monday afternoon, haven't done so you'll\ appreciatethis Guardian, Mrs. Eunice Wilson; Meeting in .i,I" Ih Reg
Bartow the Club of the First Methodist Mrs. J. Past Guardian, Mrs. Maude Andrews April!: kxnvgle
Monday night when she entertained announce engagementand Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mrs. L. recipe contributed by
members of the Ida Lee Darby approaching marriage of their Church which was developed D. Green were appointed by the C. Garner And If you have already ; Advisor Mrs. Pearl Crosby, __.
daughter Dorothy Eloise, to Mr. recently by the pastor the Rev. president, Mrs, W. E. Middleton, made your cake for this Penney Farms; Chaplain Mrs. T. BOOTSEr I
Young Women's Association of Willie Howard Prescott of Long- Frank Robinson has made steady; as leaders of Circles No. 1 and year Just save the recipe and use j. McIntyre; Attendant, Mrs JJy l\1I1U1 IlEAC
the Baptist Church. wood. The wedding will be an' progress in Its growth In the 10 2 respectively. It In the future because It is one : Pauline Crosly of Penney Farms; Efflf' t'rlIwford
of December 24. that it has been in existence Assistant Attendant, Mrs- Lois -
The home was beautifully dec- event days Following the appointment, of the best. Robert Rosier
attractive Desirous of need of the I r Banker, Mrs. Lucille Wil- .il1'l
Miss DeLoach an meeting a Mayes; 1(158
orated In the Christmas motif 1 !lb.o4( 1-2) cups sifted cake Rosier were ,
for the drawn
I poinsettias holly, and other red Bartow girl, was born In Georgia, Church and feeling that an informed names circles were flour. liams; Third Auditor, Mrs. Ethel thorn Sunday V1811Jn// 111
to by the leaders follows: Circle Inner Sentinel Miss afl"l"I1oon"
later moving with her parents membership would readily as Chambers; ,
berries, being used In the living A
+ and Florida. She graduated as an respond Mr. Robinson announcedthe No. 1, Mrs. W. B. Parka Mrs. I 1 teaspoon baking powder. Ollie Marr; Outer Sentinel, Mrs tlon large crowd! t 11'1111, th15
dining rooms opening en ; attended
suite An attractively decorated honor student from the Summer- formation of the "l 050-100) W. A. Bessant, Jr., Mrs. Emma 1-2 teaspoon cloves. Ethel Raymond; Captain, Mrs night and churn Situ

miniature Christmas tree centered tin Institute in the class of '39. Club" on Sunday morning, De- Murphy, Mrs. A. W. Red grave, I 1-2 teaspoon mace. Virgle Barksdale; Musician, Mrs. Miss Sunday it HeUbro
the dining table. Decorated Mr. Prescott, formerly of cember 10. Members of the Mrs. E. L. Williams\ Mrs. W. N. 1.2 teaspoon cinnamon. Ruth Carlisle;; Junior' Councelor, bronn Mary Lois <'lark of

entirely in red and silver, it con- Brooker, la the son of Mrs S. L. Church who have a desire to en- North, Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs.A. 1 Ib. butter. Mrs. Mae Green; Reporter, Mrs. Sunday.Mr. wag. vlHitlne( friends
friends Z. Adkins Mrs. L. A. Davis, 1 Ib. brown sugar.
trasted with collectionof Prescott and has many ter more adequately into the responsibilities Liberty Moore.
vividly a .
who will Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Carrie 10 eggs, well beaten. and Mrs. R n\, i
tiny snow white reindeer arranged throughout this county of the Church and White. Juniors of the Forest held their and Cru.
; at Its base. be interested to learn of his approaching Its program, and who would be- Ritch, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, 1-2 Ib. candied cherries. election December 11 and chose daughter, Eff.., MTs R 1
marriage. For the past come members of this Club are Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs T. 1-2 Ib. candied pineapple. the following officers: Crawford and daughter E.\
j Miss Fannie Silcox had charge year Mr. Prescott has made his urged to contact the pastor for Griffin. Mrs. M B. Herlong J.// 1 lb. pitted dates, sliced. Guardian, Alberta Woodard: and Mr. J. S. ROslel, all alte
of the Devotional
using as her church
__...,__. .L. LU'Uh' _L.. _M home In Longwood, where he la full details of the alms, objects Charlie Johns, Miss Amy 1 )Ib. raisins. Vice-president.. Garnlta Hutto: at Union SundayWh.n .
.UUJ'''''' 1-n" geu.ULUUj OWES 01 IDe connected with the Winter Park I and desired results accumulatingfrom burn, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton 1 lb. currants. Secretary, Doris Dyal; Chaplain;
Christ child as found In the Sec-
1-2 Ib. citron, thinly sliced.
ond of Ferneries a membership. Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. O. L. Thelma Manning; Attendant, Ida 1
Chapter St. Mathew.
.---- Through Sunday December 17 Haynes, Mrs. J. F. Colley, Miss 1-2 !Ib. candied orange peel. Lee Silcox; Assistant Attendant,
Following the business meeting, Epworth League Enjoys Olive Ray, Mrs. A. W. Anderson, 1-2 Ib. candied lemon peel. Dorothy Manning; Musician AI-
the members
following of the
during which the Building Fund Christmas Party WednesdayThe and Mrs. E. L Matthews. 1-2 Ib. pecans chopped. ease Green; Inner Sentinel, Edna
was discussed, a delightful social Church have added their namesto 1-2 Ib. almonds, blanched and
Circle No.2, Mrs. Junius .
Intermediate division of the
hour was enjoyed.Mrs. the roster of the 550-100 Club: Smith, Mrs. C. H. chopped. hot oven, then bake for one hourIn
Methodist League held a very en- Nasworthy, ChrUtma
A. E. Lightfoot was givena joyable Christmas party last The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robin- Mrs. Olin White, Mrs. L. S. 1-2 Ib. Brazil nuts, chopped. slow oven ((250). Makes a 12 'round. If. tutu COm

package* of Christmas candiesas Wednesday night in the Church son; Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Hutto, Mrs. W. S. Stroman, 1-2 lb. English walnuts, chopped Ib. cake. pUcuin mph

her reward In a "NurseryRhyme" school building immediately following ; Mr. and'Mrs John Whitte- Mrs. W. G. Halle, Miss Kate 1 cup honey. -- ---- -- To wish all our lrila
contest.At prayer meeting. Struth Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mrs.L. 1 cup molasses. I the Joy ol tin s
Mr. and Mrs. W. I
a late hour, the hostess, assisted During the evening games per- more; B. Sewell; C. Ray, Mrs. L. F. Smith, 1-2 cup elder or strawberry pre-< W.'D stri"
by Misses Margie Mathewsand taining to Christmas were played Mr. and Mrs L. D. Vining; Mrs. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, Mrs. Frank serves. I that good CbrlllDlo coatbtu

Ida Lee Cone, served her and at the conclusion of the fun Bynum Perkins; Maj. and Mrs. E. Robinson, Mrs. L. D. Vining, Sift flour once, measure, add eh..rIn

guests a tempting salad course, refreshments of orange juice, S. Matthews; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mrs. Carl Johns, Mrs. A. F. baking powder and spices and our prompt ehwdu

which repeated the color scheme.A sandwiches and, cookies were Smith; Mr. and Mrs. L. F.. Smith; Sauls, JUrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. sift together three times. Cream service lor all lb. 'tat
dainty sprig of holly added to served. Hogan Smith, Mrs. S. S. Cowl butter thoroughly; add sugar
the beauty of each plate. Those present were: Patsy Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis; Mr. and ing, Mrs. A. H. Green, Mrs. gradually and cream together

i Members present to enjoy this Keen, Barbara Keen, Virginia Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy; Mr. and Titus Olson, Mrs Pearl Simpson until light and fluffy. Add eggs,

meeting with the hostess were: Sewell, Freddie Wimberly, Shirley Mrs. E. L. Matthews; Mr. and Mrs. Eula Whigham Mrs.J. fruits, nuts, honey, molasses, and

Mrs. A, E. Lightfoot, Misses Doris Colley, Arline Dew, Virginia And- : Mrs. J. H Fields; Dr. and Mrs. H Fields Mrs. A. Wood, and cider. Add flour gradually. Turn

Crews, Willu Vida and Myrtice erson, Ida Lulu and Marjorie W. E. Middleton; Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. S. A. Weldon. Into pans which have been greased V

Killingsworth, Eloise BUllock, Davis, Lyle Anderson Bobbie kins Prior to the appointments an- I lined with heavy paper and
; Judge and Mrs. E.
Clara Flume, Marlon :Dowling, Biggs, Buddy Davis. Mike Dew, Mrs. K. Per- nual reports were made by sev- greased again. Steam 3 hours In
ryman; Noble
Margaret Lennon, Jennelle Hutch- John Anderson, Steve Weldon, Titus Olson ; eral of the officers. In the sec-

ings, Fannie and Ruby Silcox, Ida Comer Perryman, Leonard and Mr. and Mrs.; Hogan Miss Ruby Smith Lilly; retary's report, given by Mrs. E. present at every meeting. ANDHAPP!
Lee Cone and two visitors, Misses Billy Smith, Mrs. Albert Keen, and Mrs. ; Mr K. Perryman out going secretary -
I. P.
Martha and Margie Mathew&WClaire \ Mrs. Leonard Smith and Mrs. Shepherd. the number of times each Miss Kate Struth superintendent -
1 Frank Robinson. Others of our Church are cordially member attended the business of Baby Specials gave as
invited to an interesting item her report. "A Merry Chriitma NEW YEA
Jean Mundy ---.---- join. See your meeting was given. Mrs. RobInson I
Eastern Star Enjoys pastor. and that: 3.00 had been turned in forth to you allI"Old
Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Mundy, Jr. Miss Olive Ray were Lof/it
: "Mite Fund" and 35c had OH dot .
Weiner Roast
are announcing the arrival of a I been given toward local work. blithely call i frOm

daughter Claire. Jean Mundy, born Tuesday night, December 12, I Carolyn CallstreetSees During the program hour "May naught bat good j I SERVICE
Monday, Dec. 18, In St. Vincent's members of the Eastern Star and which was under the directionof thing com your way 1r SAM
their husbands and a few friends In I
Hospital in Jacksonville. :Mrs. the president, Miss Olive Ray .r.ryhoarof
Mundy, prior to her marriage, met at the country home of Mr. every day/" and
I All Hears All and Mrs. E. L. Matthews
was Miss Leila Sapp. and Mrs. 1,. D. Green for a weiner Prints All gave i SUNSHINESALLY
talks on the subject "Available
roust -
I Dear Santy: As for me, I'll be content witha Resources In Meeting A New ii *
After roasting weiiiers around a I am a little 20-odd "
girl years periscope, a stethoscope, a tele- Day. Miss Ray's talk stressed i
I big bonfire out in the yard the old trying to get along by prying scope and a set of wire-tapping personality as being a valuable Sunshine Service

guests enjoyed many novel ,games. into other people's business (in a tools-the better to gather news, and an available resource. She GENERAL P FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPAQ
An event much merri-
affording nice way, of course). I have beena my dear. told how a good personality en- INSURANE,

ment Each was guest the paid measuring one penny of waists.for the good things girl,I for know I haven't told half And now that I've helped( Santyout ables one to succeed. Mrs. Mat- frJ J j'l rJ'lll/ '/ oj IjtHi j

every Inch that his waist meas- work on a even rate though and the I let's get down to the real thews brought out the Idea of :J :.uj; j J ;))1 lJ
space flashes fellowship in meeting
a new day.
ured. The will be Holiday visitors already -
proceeds kept more I write, the more I get I I
i pouring in Miriam
In the Eastern Star treasury. have really taken this "think of Guy
About thirty guetts,, were present others". stuff seriously, so this adding her red-gold blondeness to
1 the other holiday decorations I
to enjoy this delightful affair -
Christmas I would like to have Annie Mae FREE DELIVERY
".. .. YOU remember a few of rnv little Tommy Kemper
., from Dallas, Texas this time .1 t
1! s. R. Johns
F friends as follows: Helen Prather from business PHONE

: :: ;i Please bring Candy Dennis a school in Jax Thelma and

ARE L new hat with a feather on it. So Bob; White (not the one the song
of the have said
APPRECIATEDi many girls how
was written about) here with the
i cute he looked In the Christmas Manassas .
We'll be seein' a
: play Sunday night that I think he heap of home folks this week-end TY1

6 Way Lamps _ _ $3.60 should wear one all the time. Hope they all\ stay over for & Sons
Please make all the little B. H. the dance Monday night rL& : rARhnc
S.er's arms get well (they were I
I Got-- a- n kl..k____ nllt___ ..I. Un""ftM........u
vaccinated recently) so they can
Child Rockers __ __ __._ $1.35 grab for turkey with the rest of Frederick's acting in the Junior CASH AND CARRY PRICES NEAR THE S A. L DEPOT
Play He has talent The
the family on Christmas day.
town basketball
Please bring Dr. Brownlee a team played a
I couple of games last week, both IRISH Plain or S. R. Omaha
Baskets $1.35 tank of gasoline. I understand he's
---- out of town .
Hope 17
of puttln'late.lots of mileage on his car have an Indoor court so I we can soon see POTATOES, 10 Ibs. C FLOUR, 20 IBs. 65c

them In action here .
I Please bring all the Tornadoeswho
Metal Smokers _ $1.35 It's
graduate this spring a nice a boy for Dr. and Mrs. Staley's MINCE
football Jennings ((9 1-2 pounds) Con-
i- scholarship. They really
worked hard for Alma Mater this gratulations! That nice-look- STARCH, 3 for J JC MEAT, 3 pkgs.

Wagons ; _ .95 year, so don't forget 'em. In' young man visiting the Flumes
Please bring Bill Graham a new Is George Dover from way up In Fancy YorkAPPLES
Minnesota Cranberry
expression (not faciaI'm\) becoming Wonder what he
Table Lamps slightly weary of "Noth- thinks of our warm weather for 3 Ibs. i.frC SAUCE can
_. $1.35 Christmas? ,
ing's too good for you, honey
Please bring T. K. McClane a Had a card from Charles Pen-
nice pair of red flannels to wear der t'other day 280 words on Large Mixed Candy and Nuts at

Hart when he has to pile out at 6 a. m. a penny postcard Really got CELERY, each o C
Furniture Co. to vaccinate hogs on these cold his money's worth Charlie Attractive Prices

mornings. expects to get down here during

Please bring S. R. Johns, Jr the holidays and would like for XX Brown
Starke Florida something nice in the antique the Starke Swingsters to meet or 7JC
, -_.-- -- furniture line. He's had good him 1r L% I Pound Box

luck with his "collecting", and Bill Graham's dance placards -

would really appreciate your kind say "Come Dance With Santa Fat Hens-Dressed
assistance Claus" That's Chase & Sanborn
no Inducementfor I
Merry Christmas: Please bring Mrs. J. M. Brownlee the boys, Bill Is Mrs. or Alive, lb. 1 C COFFEE, lb. 21'c

a nice lunch box to carry with Claus gonna be there too? .
TO ONE AND ALL her the next time she goes squirrel Plug or no plug I'm urgln' every- PorkSHOULDER

hunting. body to turn out for the dance at Sweet

Scratch Annie Mae (Pearce) the Armory Christmas night lb. 1 t IC POTATOES 10 Ibs. lOe
FOR THAT LAST MINUTE IIFT Kemper off your list. If a new If we're all there, we're bound to ,
blue Cadillac l Isn't enough, she's have fun It jus' adds up that

WE SUGGEST mighty hard to please. way BANANAS White Corn

Do be specially nice to all my Governor Cone, In Atlanta for 3 Pounds 10c Ufi
friends whose birthdays come the premier of "Gone With The 100 Ibs.

THE MEN FOLKS around Christmas time. They,' Wilnd", is quoted as saying:
and the dates, are: Eva Anderson "What's Clark Gable got that I Pork
Beautiful ties in a wide selection of pat- ((23), R. F. Clark ((20)), R. haven't got?" Well, I dunno, Bradford Co.
terns and colors: Handkerchiefs, plain and New ome (21), W. M. Sapp ( A'I) Guvnor but fifty million women CHOPS, lb. 12cWE LARD 3.20

colored ; Robes, silk and flannel ; Smart A. J. Griffis ((26), Ernest Phillips and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer can't can

Belt Sets; Socks (always appreciated) ; ((26)), Dr. Stubbins (29)), Arch be wrong .

Shirts in all the new colors ; Sweaters, and Thomas, Jr. ((23). Please be EXTRA Understand Margaret Monteith CARRY THE BEST FEED NEEDPAGt.
Jackets ; Shirts and Shorts ; Everything SPECIAL nice to Sheriff A. felt slighted because in the football FOR EVERY

for the man who likes to receive the practical O. Andreu, Florence Mersereau\ \ writeupa last week she
gift. and Geraldine Silcox for their wasn't given credit for being

birthdays come on Christmas Ralph Rhode's sister "How're
THE LADIES Day! folks gonna know that he's my
P. S.-I would have included brother?", she asked Indignantly

Exquisite Silk Robes ; Irresistible Lingerie Leila Mundy on this list (the Atta girl Margaret, stick up

; Sheer Silk Hose in all the new colors ; 26th), but she and Bill received for your rights .

Sweaters and Coats in smart styles ; such a nice bundle from Heaven A guy named Thomas Tucker

Luncheon Sets; Bridge Sets; Cannon the other day I don't think they'll wrote this back in the 16th Century -

Towel Sets; And hundreds of other ideal be look In' ,for anything else. By but it's still O. K. a* far as
gift items. II I the way, Santy, they broke the I'm concerned:
record run on boys--theirs was a "At Christmas play and make

girl; just like the doctor pre- good cheer, I

dicted. "For Christmas comes but once
Please bring Chaa. Darby an a year."

affidavit to prove that he really And so I say to one and all-

DOOR TO P, O. STARKE, FLORIDA got that bump on his head while I A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!II

working, :under the nous*. I Carolyn. I .

y -

22. 1989 1,

1L r BITS of LOCAL NEWS Friends of Mrs. J. W. White! Miss Snookle Corpenlng a student Friends of 1. P. Warren will be BRING FOOD
will be glad to learn that the r
I at Montreat College It) glad to learn that h<> returned to

+ .. -- i Improving after being confined to' Montreal N. C. is spending' the his home Sunday after being TO RITZ TODAYNeedy
'1 -1. of Hampton Mrs. Carrie Smith of Ocala is Mrs. her home several days because of I|I holidays here with her uncle andi confined to St. Vincent's HospitalIn '
T Guy j. B. I."
Sapp, Mrs. A. O.
grarkc.ai :; the guest this week of her sister Andreu Illness. i aunt Senator and :Mrs. C.O Jacksonville several days be- famUUs: In Bradford I
e\' ay 111 Mrs. Effie Johns. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkinsspent I -- 1 Johns. cause of illness. County will be happier Christmas '>k""j
Monday In Jacksonville.
B;\ "Ml.g L A Davis spent Friends of Mrs. J W. Kincaid'i -- day because of a benefit motion-d,\

Jackaonvlllei Mrs. E. K. Perryman and sons, I Mr and Mrs B. Jacobs will will be glad to learn that she has Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendozaand Mitts Miriam Guy, a student picture show to be given' by the .:
f Emmett and Comer spent Tuesday recovered after being confined to:I son, Cliff and daughter Miss
Christmas at
: In Pahokee with Florida State College for management of the Ritz Theatre !
fl Jacksonville was'Swdav In Jacksonville.Mrs. I their her home several days because of Gloria Johns, will be guests'
II son-in-law and daughter, Women in Tallahassee, Is this afternoon ( 3:30 l
J .f Ton Rltch. I Illness. I Christmas Day of Mrs. Men- spend Friday) at : .
d, -- W. H. Hart and Mrs. N. Miss Lois doza's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J. ing the holidays with her parents o'clock. The feature will be ''
E l.4. Matthews D. Wainwright, Jr., spent Satur- ville Long of Jackson- Griffin. the Rev. and( Mrs. J. T. Guy, at "The Hlggena Family," a gay .
&11II Mra day In Jacksonville. spent the weekend here John Guy of Fountain N. C., I comedy. I
I YrldaY, and Saturday Inl'IIIe. with her mother Mrs. F. H. I will arrive today to spend the I their home In Hampton ,'':;'
Iil" -- Long. i Christmas holidays in Hampton I Mr. and Mrs. O. C. White and Any donation of food. In pack- '
Mrs. V. B. Han-ell and daughter age or In can, fruits, and other"eatables"
-- daughter, Frances, will arrive to- :
I with his Mr. and Mrs. ry
parents M lanes Doris Adams, '
,I |7T"si lohn and Miss Janet, spent Tuesday in Pa- Mrs. A. J. Gilffis. Luther Grif- ; T. Guy. I morrow to spend the Christmas Adams Nona Whiteheud.GeorgiaMae will be accepted as admission .f'r':. ,
latka with
SJ ;t, John spent Tuesday in lelatives. fis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan holidays with Mrs. J. W. While Mr. and Mrs Jack Chambers were to the theatre for this i"",
Mrs. G. W. Alderman and other performance, and the public Is
\ vttJe. Any magazine: of ;jour choiceat .spent Wednesday In Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand I relatives. guests last Friday night of Mr. urged to cooperate so that underprivileged ,
--- reduced Miss Wilma Alexander will and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead in the families '.1'
of Graham was greatly price with the I will have ,
Rivers! r ;
I W. J. Johns I Bradford County Telegraph. spend Christmas Eve in Waldo as. western part of the county. I plenty to eat on Christmas day ;
$5 father. Miss Peggy Cannon of Jackson- Miss Virginia Fugate of Jacksonville :: I
I guests of Mr. and Mrs L. B. I After the show, the food will I'I'+
I ay. I ville is spending this week hereas will arrive Sunday to I .
" Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonvilleis I Alexander. Mr. und Mrs. O L. and be
Beasley turned
over to the Rotary Club !
i----- the guest of Miss Doris Harrison spend Christmas Day and the re- I
t L Thomas and M. C. the guest of her parents, Judge -- mainder of the week with her Mrs.' J. W. Klncaid will spend;of Starke for distribution In :,
! Fre shopping in Jack- and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. Christmas In Tampa as guests of baskets to needy families. '

lday.JJI Mrs. E. S. Matthews, and Mrs.H. Madge, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, F. Colley. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Durtlen They ----.- "'I'
J Tom Ritch of Jacksonville Is' B. McLendon and daughter and daughter. Joan, and Mrs. A. will be accompanied to Tampa by Jive a portable typewriter for
, IRRITATION spending the holidays with his Jeannette, E. Lightfoot spent Saturday In Mrs C C. Hoppe, who has spent C'hrUfnins... -: Bradford Counts> ,;
)ER spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of
mother Mrs. the week here '
Carrie Ritch. Jacksonville. past as their guest. Telegraph. t
AKE YOU UP? I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.

normal. It may be Burney Horn of Kingsland Ga., L. A. Rennolds of Richmond, Miss Isabel Fernandez of Thomas ren of Sparks Limbaugh, Ga.,and will two be guests child- Don'} Your Head Off! I
naming of sluggish was guest last week-end of Va., arrived I Cough
yesterday to spend Havana, Cuba will arrive tomor- Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
test. Mr. and Mrs. ,
Make this 4-day R. L. Thomas. the Christmas
holidays with Mrs. Brownlee.Col. .
row to spend the Christmas holi-
:jBaok if not pleased. Rennolds. with her mother, Mrs. R.
need occasional flushing Mrs. J. W. White had as her, days S. Mentha-Mulslon! } ;A
Fernandez.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of /
ha bowels Excess adds guests Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. K. Mrs. H. O. Rivers of Auburn- DeLand and Miss Brownleeof
irrlta- D. Gaddis of Nashville Tenn. I
waste can cause dale will spend the Christmas and Mrs. W. L. Wall will St. Louis, Mo., will arrive to- Mentho-Mulsion will stop your fig syrup makes Menlho-Mulsion I.. '';
;tIng in getting up nights, holidays here with her father, W. have ''as their guests Christmas morrow to spend the Christmas cough/ due to a cold immediately, cling to your irritated membranes I t 1
L or scanty flow. Ask any Typewriter ribbons l carbon I J. Johns. week-end Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wallof holidays with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. and rid you of your cough entirely; as it acts faster, better Mentho- t ,',
/for Bukets ((25c: ). Local- paper, second sheets.-Bradford Brownlee. quicker than any medicine you ever Mullion is safe; and the whole fam- ,p '
Tallahassee and A. E. Wall, Jr.
larpenter's. County Telegraph Miss Ruth St. John of Norwalk. of tried, or every cent of the coat will fly will like its tangy taste. Keep ,I I,
Tampa.Mr. be refunded without question. this remarkable rough medicine on [Ii
Conn. la
spending the holidayswith Mr. and Mj-s. F. W. Varnedoe of the'I "'
/ Mentho-Mulaion is more than an hand ready for instant use at
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. and Mrs. Clarence Nusa-, Palatka were guests Sunday of ordinary cough medicine It was first sign of a cold or cough. '
JANE PARKER CANDY S. St. John. :baum of \IJacksonvil were Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Mr. and perfected by the dean of pharmacy Insist on genuine Mentho-Mulsion.
I guests Sunday of Mrs. Nuss- Mrs. W. P. Smith. Mrs. Varne- I, of a large mid-western university The large silver and green package
Liberty Creams Resale Thomas o f Winter baurn's parents, Mr. and Mrs.B .1 doe remained until Tuesday with and contains vitamins A and D to containing, 43 doses for 75# and 100 ';1, ,+ ;
OLD ASHIONED or I Haven is spending the holidayswith Jacobs. I her parents. build up your cold resistance, and doses for $1.25.MenthaMullion. ;t
his parents Mr. and Mrs. even soothing\, healing ingredients, Is endorsed by
Cocoanut Bon ions together with beechwood l creosotefor your neighbors and guaranteed by
j Mallory Thomas. Mr and Mrs Jack Williams Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennllle, penetration. Genuine California ending druggists
15c will spend the week-end In Haw Ga., will arrive tomorrow to everywhere.adv.I

CakeLb. Dr. S. Sternberg of Daytona thorne as guests of Mr. spend the Christmas holidays I ,,trPJ
fruit Beach will spend the week-end mother Mrs. W. D. WlIliama'l here as the guest of her brother-

here with his parents, Mr. and Mr. Adkins. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K.
GUM DROPS Mrs. N. Sternberg. -- G. Duncan.

(No Anise) File folders, bindery! receipt,
Pound Cake ____ _.__ 39c Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas books* ledger sheets. Bradford : Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton / i I f 1Si

orChocolate spent Sunday In Union County County Telegraph.Mr. and daughter, Marjorie Sue of

Cream visiting Mrs. J. D. Nettles and ._- Jacksonville will be guests ,. ,,
Pound Cake ___ 75c Drops Mrs. Johnnie Brown. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Christmas Day of Mr. Mlildle- .

i family spent Sunday In Jackson- ton's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
Lb. lOc Miss Martha Brownlee of Jack- ville as guests of their son and K Mlddleton. r' t
Pound Cake ____ $1.79 I ;
sonville will the Christmas
spend daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,
iolldays with her parents, Mr. Wilson Hayes. Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine I Hi:1a' :

and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. la the guest of her daughter ,

a Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- Mrs. E. L. BigRS./ Mrs. Griffin
8 P FOOD STORE Mrs. Effie Johns had as her rum and family will spend and Mrs. Biggs will be Joinedby ,

i guests Sunday Mr. and Mm. Christmas in Inverness with Mr. Owen W. Griffin also of St. I ,
', ,
Colson Smith and family and Landrum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augustine, for Christmas week : i
Will Be Closed All Day Xmas and New Years D Max Suarey all of Jacksonville. J. A. Landrum. end. < ,'1
I -- .
Mr und Mrs. G. L. Patten of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kemper of Mrs. A. M. Darby will have asher \' '
Tallahassee arrived today to guests Christmas Day Mr. .\
Dallas, Texas are spending the ',' :
.r NAT SEZ: spend Christmas with Mrs. Pat- Christmas holidays here a* and Mrs. George W. Marks and .' ''',I
ten's mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. guests of Mrs. Kempor's mother, daughter Marjorie, of DeLand, '"," '
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. I Mr. and Mrs.\ DeWItt C. Jones I \I
daughter Gloria and' Mrs. LetieStllley Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Car- of Gainesville. ti ";I 11\\
"" To all our good friends and will spend Christmas weekend roll und daughter. Lois Carnelia, I r ;. ;.
neighbor who tune made It pear In Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. and Miss Lois Long of Jackson- Friends of T. J. Griffin, who

ible for us to stay in business all ville will be holiday guests of I has been confined at St. VmI -

these ;)'earH. and Mrs. E. L. Molpus will Mrs. F. H. Long. I cent's Hospital and at the homeof DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH :
It appreciated, week-end in
Your patronage spend Christmas his son-in-law and daughter
the boss but by the Beach with Mr. Molpus' Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. H(rlong l
w lI. Dr and Mrs. J. K. Mol I Jacksonville .
whole force 88 parents will spend Christmas Day In following an opera '
If you Just let u" stay on until pus. Jacksonville as guests of Dr. Herlong's tion recently will be glad to Upstairs: Over Canova Pharmacy 'i
next Xma-s, we promise you the learn that he has returned to his /
and niece, Mr. and
Home courteous ,,'rvloo1h no John Arthur Torode and Leslie Mrs. Phillip nephew Wood. / home and In continuing to improve Every Wednesday 9 A. M. To I 5 I'. M.
extra charge Biggs students at the Universityof --- | ___ ...1
Georgia In Athens are spendingthe Miss Marjorie Stump, a member ----
here with their par cttu :
holidays of the faculty of the Althal I

ents. High School, Is spending the holidays J J1.31

with her parents, Mr and tV :
NOR-EAST Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. F. F. Stump. ,
Miss Lucille Kennedy will spend \ \

Christmas week-end In Baxley I Mr and Mrs. L. C. Ray will .:","
i Ga., with rela- "
and Surrency. I
TIES I spend, the Christmas holidays In I ,i(.
tives. .
Jacksonville with their son and I .
daughter-in-law, the Rev. and "tl
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis will :
$ spend Christmas week-end In Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. I .it:1'1:

An Eyefull of Beauty 1 j Fernandina as guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black and

i A Tiefull of Quality Davis' mother Mrs. Mary A. son Jimmy, of Macclenny will I ,

Davis. spend, the week-end here with .....-..-.________._..__.._____ ----- rI ':\: !,

I I II' USEFUL GIFTS OF QUALITY Your-first-, last-and--only-chance Mrs.Mrs. T.Black's N. Kendrick.Mr. parents. Mr. and I f I WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN PROUD OF THE FINE SELECTION OF :

I' mate t Aunty Jane' Raspberry, II 'I

fig\ Gowns and Slips $1.98 and Strawberry Jam, cooked In. and Mrs. W. N. North and I w I THE CONVENIENCE OF GIFT; SHOPPERS: ; HERE.: TillS YEAR WK:

j Neproof Hosiery 85c, $1.00, $1.15 the sun In Vermont made last from summer.Also Vermont son. Buddy Davis left yesterday| q'HAVE EXCEEDED: EVEN: OUR OWN PAST RECORD, AND BELIEVK: : .
1 Wroof Sox For Men, 3 pairs $1.00 apple Baldwin Jelly, ami lUMcloiM tan- to spend the holidays In Talla *ee,I THAT WE HAVE TilE SMARTEST, MOST VARIED SELECTION OFGIFT .)))3

PA,* )Belts, & Tie Chains $1.00 & $1.50 marmalade made from Ala., with Mrs. North's parents ITEMS: IT HAS EVER BEEN OUR PLEASURE: PRESENT. 13 ">>;.
r*,s Shirts-Newest Styles $1.00 & $1.65 Bradford County tangerine You Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Beavers.Mr. I ..,,. -.--- .. -.---.-....-.--- ... ,.,,- --.-,-. ,.;:::1fi j.

8. let;! in Xmas Boxes 50c $1.00 all this at Carpenter'sDrug .
can get and Mrs. V. B. Harrell and
ies !House Coats $1.98 Store. family will spend Christmas DayIn Cara Nome Toiletries in Sets from 50c 't
jLinen; Initialed Handkerchiefs -- Palatka as guests of Mrs. Har-
Adrienne Combination Sets all prices
I J room Slippers-for the family 50c to $3.25 Cent-a-Word rell's brother and sister-in-law, ,

,and Flannel Robes-Ladies .- $2.98 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphry. 1 Evening In Paris Sets-all prices ,;

et Handkerchiefs in Xmas Box: 2oc: & 50c I
", WANTED TO BUY cows and Friends of Mills Ida Hagan of sc Coty Combination Sets-all prices !
.AI.SO A VERY CHOICE SELECTION OF hogs. Market prices paid on Ml Theressa will be glad to learn i'

gTS OF ALL KINDS MODERATELY PRICED grades. J. D. ODOM. box 247. that she is Improving after being I Genuine Cloisonne Compacts, Lockets.
-- Starke, Fla. 3311yr.pFOR confined to her home for

ManhattanPAJAMAS | RENT -- Comfortable groom -I time because of serious Illness. I IMI" Photograph Albums, Kodaks & Agfa Cameras /\

apartment furnished. Ap- and Mrs., A. E. McKlnnpy Old Spice Toiletries \\1[
H. Up I
Mrs. F. Long.
and son, Everett, will spend 4 r
WANTED-Tractor work to do.j Christmas in Palatka with Mr. Ep Stationery at all prices. Monogrammed while you "

l'. Y $1.95 Plowing and disking, grove and McKinney's brother-in-law and wait
ff field work. Good work at sister Mr. and Mrs. J. G. M1III- l, "

1 ,SILK $3.50SHIRTS reasonable prices. See or write: can. I c Christmas Cards with Envelopes, from Ic each up
; A. R. Moore Starke, Fla. '
A : 12-14 4t Mr. and Mrs Albert Lightfoot + f We also have a fine line of Monogrammed Christmas f'3 i
: and Miss Eloise Lightfoot of "
/ VALUABLES FOUND Owner Miami will arrive Saturday to ? cards, 5c and lOc each t ; ,

w $2.00 Identifying and paying for advertising spend the Christmas holidays with c Genuine American Made Christmas Tree Lightsall a
will receive same. See the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light-

The finest gifts Sheriff A. O. Andreu. 12-8 4tp foot. i prices from 69c up
I .
can give FOR SALE White Narcissus and Mrs. E. M. Davis and 1
that Mr.
you bloom 5c a dozen at patch. daughter Miss Jean Davis Mr., Do not fail to look in our windows and see the exclusive display (

IT PAYS TO BUY ATTERNBERCf- Mrs. J L Gasklns Road, HeUbronn). Itp and Mrs Sam Anderson and son. : of gifts for every member of the family
' (on State 4
" Mr
Lyle, and daughter Janet. '

LOST- .Pointer dog. Has -collar and Mrs. George A. Anderson, and '
with "Nick" on top and owners A. W. Anderson Sr., and sons. A. f CARPENTER'SSTARKE Ift
name "0. A. Green. A C. L. W. Anderson. John Anderson, and 1 ,

Shops," below. Finder notify daughter Miss Virginia Anderson -

Rodman Underbill, Rt. 2. will spend Christmas day in FLORIDA g ":
Starke, and receive reward. Archer as guests of Mrs. Emma .

I 3tp 1-5 Anderson. &2&&tift2 lXQ2&J I '.

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II :i F ARIy.IFRS' SECTIONSUNDAY < l' SWEET SYRUP FROM POTATOIS r LIVE- STATE NEWSWORK -GIBBS Tallahassee new-Attorney WON'T,Florida RUN General will in I'havea .+l. :. Ily lIAJ1PTO Milts Adai" 1

___ _.. Attorney General Gibbs has announced -- Inun
-- J.frs.
POSSIBLE ON HOSPITAL WIGGINS RE-I I..ECT.n: he will not seek reelect G. w, //halD,s. Si,.
G. and will return to
tion next
efforts to free the Marianna, Authorization for Keystone Heights, -- Mayor year Mr a.
GOES TOSUPREME LIVESTOCK I South Chemurgy's from its complete domina- Immediate initiation of work on E Wiggins was re-elected in a his private law practice at Jack- Juanita kind Misses j J' I""t"I) Slor

the Jackson County Hospital was municipal election held last week. sonville where he was Circuit Kalch "?(l
COURT BRIGHTERAbundant tion of King Cotton already baa Branch
Is''I D. O. Stewart Judge for 23 years. At the same Park '
resulted in the manufacture of given last week. The hospital Others elected were 1I''I"v !ttte

Tallahassee, -- The Supreme feed supplies exceptfor i numerous products from the low- to be of limerock concrete con- city clerk; John Bird, tax time, Ed R. Bentley of Lakeland Mrs. Jam, W.athe

spotted drought areas, together and the utilization of struction. The total estimatedcost assessor; Mrs. Ewing, tax collec- announced his candidacy for the Sears, who hi, P"'nt
Court was asked to the ly peanut lw
open way will be tor for council, Mrs. John office In next May's Democratic with friends ,
with improved demand for slash for newsprint.Now of the building $75- ; city ? ?
to Sunday hunting: In Florida. last meats at home because of improved pine 776 divided $49,226 in Federal and Bird, A. B. Watson, George Sut- primaries. J. Tom Watson of Palatka |Is .P"II'I", 'K I'elat(
week John N. Harrison, Jr., the sweet potatoand wee
business conditions and a comes $26,550 In sponsor funds. ten, E. A. Smith, Tom Demery; Tampa already has qualified as a her sister M, ? ,n, w'
Tampa business man, sub- an announcement the tuber SWI
young stronger export demand because for town marshal, A. Malifert.iIURNED candidate for the Democratic Miss Maria I
mitted to arrest to provide a test can be used commercially for the I 'Iuy, who
stock- nomination. Gibbs was appointed tending
of the war, combine to give School
His Paul Lake, of TOPS 1038 FIGURE ) ''n
case. attorney production syrup comparableto Tall
for 1940 : Governor Cone in May, 1938, '
men brighter prospects : TO DEATHHawthorne by spent the weekend
asked his release on the conten- Mid-western corn syrup in Jacksonville, During Novem- With'
W. J animal hus- 32 I following the death of Attorney ents Rev. b'
Sheely Charles ,
tion the 84-year-old law prohibiting says quality and lower In cost. ber the building permits issued in ,- Tyson ( and %!r.
bandman with the Florida Extension 31 Florida retired farmer, was burned to General Cary D. Landis. No can- Guy. Ja
of firearms Sun- municipalities repre- *
discharge on
Dr. Lawrence E. Stout, professor -
the didate filed in opposition to him
Service, afterstudying death when fire destroyed an old Mrs.
sented W. ,
value of
day was repealed by later fifth of chemical at a $4,711,034, or
outlook reports issued recently by engineering where he made his within the required time and he 'wlndle Wn
I of bottling plant Ping in
and game laws.Commissioners. $919,531 more than the total Starke last
the Federal Bureau of Agricul- Washington University, reported home. Frank Sexton, deputy acquired the office for the remainder TburBd
permits Issued during November, Miss
In a number of tural Economics. today in a professional journal of Landis' unexpired Cozine Bf<,
sheriff of Gainesville said Tyson'sbody lenbaug
1938, according to a Florida State has
counties have invoked the old law (Industrial / Chemistry spent foul
estimated 1939 without the
With necessity a
an was found near a stove in month
to prevent hunting on Sunday. ) that the had been de- Chamber of Commerce compilation friends and ,
crop of 83 million head, one of the process the plant after firemen from special election. relatives be
Lake told the Court after of turned to her
Supreme veloped re home
record In
five largest crops on num- Gainesville had brought the blaze Fort
he was arguing the case on behalf ber of hogs slaughtered underIrmneetlon search. A check under Industrial last Sunday. |
under control.
of the 80,000 hunters of Florida, _14'._<_1"1'01____ ___ -n---- _in__ the____ Dreaenthogmarketing conditions was made in a 20-gal- NEW C. C. C. ENLISTMENT __.... I TO CONSIDER DELEGATES! : Mrs. W P Blrt n, kd
"many of them business men who year, October 1939- Ion pilot plant. Jacksonville,-The Civilian Con- I Tallahassee,-The State Demo- guest this week hers

get an opportunity to hunt onlyon September 1940, probably will be The importance of the new servation Corps will accept 750 HIGHWAY PATROL BEGINS cratic Executive Committee will Mrs. Ira Brown of da
Sunday." Florida youths during the next Bradenton, Florida's newly- meet in St. Petersburg January CalDe
method of from
20 percent greater than in the making syrup The Rev. and
The habeas corpus applicationwas 1938-39 year, and a little larger sweet potatoes may be farreachIng enrollment period, starting Jan- created highway patrol officially 12 to decide such matters as the Mr. and Mrs. M Mr W Wan,
opposed by Attorney General uary 1. Applications for enroll- began operations last week as 32 of dele- Jiorro
election or appointment
than in the predrought (1929-33)( by opening a new agricultural shopping in
George Couper Gibbs through Assistant average. Some further increaseIn market and a new industry in the ment may now be made at any of patrolmen who have been attend- gates to the national convention. day. Jacksonville
T. J. Kills. the district offices of the State ing a training school here were
the number of pigs raised is South, Dr Stout said. Corn Chairman T. T. Turnbull predicted
The court heard and Welfare Board. Commissioner C. sent to their posts Capt. H. N. Mrs. Lewis rind ,
arguments would for child,
expected in 1940, says the report. syrup now is widely used in a the committee provide
allowed five days for the filing of The large supplies are expected to variety of food products. C. Codrington of the board, said. Kirkman said the patrol would be electing delegates in the first pri-I' Swindle Palatka visited MnT[ n

briefs. There was no immediate not the increased until all major high- next May. He expressed no last Sunday
offset largely, wholly, Sweet potatoes are ranked mary ANEW
ruling on Kills' contention that Improvement in domestic and for- among the more important vege- BENTLEY: ANNOUNCES ways are adequately policed. personal preference. Florida has -

the case should have originated in eign demand, with prices of hogs table crops grown In the United Lakeland, Ed R. Bentley of Later five lieutenants and 10 ser- 14 votes at the national conven- TRAIN Sl1nDr:
geants will be appointed.
a circuit court. likely to average lower than a States, but only about 70 per cent Lakeland announced today he will I tion. Northbound
Lake pointed to the fact tjiat year earlier in the first half of Is marketable. The rest of the be a candidate for Attorney Gen- : No. 2 Leaves 5:28: A. M
the 1855 law prohibiting firing on eral NEW HOME FOR R. R. MEN No. 192 Leaves 6:23: li
the 1939-40 marketing yearand, crop could be utilized for syrup. Florida in the 1940 Demo- WOMEN: IN POLITICS A .
Sunday at game or targets. the' cratic Lakeland-The cornerstone for No. 108 Leaves 5:36: P.
'higher than a year earlier in Government Investigators have primaries. Bentley said he jj
The 1929 and fish law the first of 10 homes be Tampa, Two South Florida No. 102 Arrives
game last half. Expansion In pork ex- shown, Dr. Stout said, that the would outline his platform in a to con- I 1:50: P. M
repealed all other laws relating to formal structed here as the initial unit women have entered the race for Southbound
ports Is expected to be greater South can produce sweet potatoes announcement later. Four
the subject and placed no ban on of a colony for retired railroad offices to be voted upon In the No. 1 Leaves 11:35:
than the increase in lard. exports. more cheaply than the Midwest years ago Bentley was an unsuccessful ; p M
Sunday hunting. Lake said the employees has been laid. Democratic primaries next May. No. 191 Leaves
Spon- 10:53
Although cattle numbers are ex- produces corn. The cost of manufacturing candidate for the office. I : p M
old law is thereby lepealed. sored by the City of Lakeland Mrs. Hortense K. Wells of Tam- No. 107 Leaves 9:30
pected to be about 2 million head I syrup from either corn : A. if
Ellis replied that the 1855 stat- and Lakeland business the Democratic national commit- No. 101
larger on January 1, 1940, than a 'of sweet potatoes Is approxi- CITY I men, pa Leaves 7:00: A.Ii.
ute Is not a game law and con- earlier, total slaughter of WITHIN A CITY first unit of 10 homes will be tee-woman from Florida since
year mately same.
sequently does not come under cattle and calves torthe coming --- Tampa-Plans for the Army'snew rushed to completion. Another 1932, announced she would seek THE i t:
the repeal clause of the 1929 act. to be somewhat Southeast Air Base, on a unit of 10 homes will be startedas the nomination for the United
smaller than in 1939, says the re- LEG WEAKNESSIN peninsula jutting into Tampa Bay, soon as the first 10 are completed States senate. Polly Rose of St.
WAS "GETTING have been revealed by the War
ALONG"St. port. Marketing of fed cattle CHICKS Petersburg said at Tallahasseeshe

Petersburg, Patrick T. from the Corn Belt, however, will Department, showing an almost would be a candidate for the '

Dougher, 101, native of Scranton, be larger. A tendency to hold EXPLAINEDChicks complete self-contained city, for WOOD QUITS DUI'ONT national committee-woman's post, r I wa

Pa., who came here from Daytona cow and heifer stock to build up which $4,000,000 has been made Tallahassee, G. Pierce Wood, held by Mrs. Wells.
Beach in 1921, died at a local hoer given succulent green Immediately available. The air speaker of the 1939 Florida -
herds will Increase cattle numbers
pital after a brief Ulness.WHY feed, good roughage and whole base, known formally as MacDill House
through 1940. The number of has announced his resignation -! Give the Bradford County Tclet
grain, wheat and milk by-products I Field, will probably be In full operation -
suffer from Colds cattle on farms at the end of -and fish liver oil If they do not by next Summer. from the duPont financial graph for Christmas. The $1.50\
1940 will be below the peak num- get plenty of sunshine-will sel- organization in Florida. He made I gift that lasts an entire year.
j'b j'. I'breUetfrom ber of 1934, but be rtN1R public a letter to Edward Ball of.rwn4wnnvltia
For quick may among dom suffer from leg weakness, NO tint ill... .r,>nvtTiiTampa ... ______ .... .hood.__ n_# ,h4 d..v.....I .1A /Y ..
--- -- n ? -
the five largest on record. Cattle --- "n u u lo4UA ISUl r
to L. L. Rusoff animal ,
according I
cold symptom OOh: prices may average slightly higherin nutrition research worker with -- "Yes, here In Flor organization, in which he said "I J5eware Coughs: r1'ti'

take 660Liquid 1940 than in 1939 because do- the State Experiment Station. ida the traffic slaughter goes on, am now convinced that my em- JACKSOMYILLE'SLEADING
mestic demand is expected to be on all fronts-38 persons killed in ployment by your organizationhas common colds HOTEl
Salve i
Nose stronger. Higher prices for The various types of leg weakness traffic accidents in Florida in thefirst and will continue to have apolitical

Drops hides are also a factor tending to in chicks are caused by a ten days of Decemberanall association." i That Hang On' 3 jc.rrf, at al mod.,.
deficiency of some essential nutritional I'
support cattle prices. Because of time high stated Asher .- ;
substance in the ration and Frank, Director of the MANY DEER BAGGED i promptly the SUMMER j kioao
the large supplies of grain-fed Florida cause it goes right to the seat of
OUR MILK cattle, and decrease marketings of these can be avoided by giving Safety Council. "December is the Ocala,-District Ranger J. W trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm COMFORT ,o.a.tata
them feed containing materials I Increase secretion and aid nature to howw, .te
worst traffic month of Cooper said 167 deer
the have been
cows and heifers, prices of lower year.
that have been found i soothe and heal raw,tender,Inflamed meld and V.n.Ucm bltoek Enrf b
I grades of slaughter cattle, and of necessary No one Is thinking about accidents -I bagged since the opening December I 1 bronchial mucous membranes. with biMrapitag maltrMf ad

stocker and feeder rattle, are expected Mr. Rusoff explained, all are thinking of bringing / I 1 of the one month hunting II I No tried how many medicines sell l=h euonln k.walnro.vvy

ft to be high In relation to Polyneuritis, in which the joy and happiness to someone, season in the game managementarea you have a bottle, tell of Creomulslon your druggist with to the POPULAR recta

prices of fed cattle. nerves are affected and the chick but OLD MAN ACCIDENT never : of the Ocala National Park. you are to like COCKTAIL LOUNGE end

Is unable to stand and loss of con-! takes a holiday. If there ever With the season just half over 'I tunderstanding sy allays the coughor COFFEE SHOP

I, NKW: COMMERCIAL: CROP : trol of Its muscles is caused by was a time for safe driving and Cooper said 1405 permits had you are to have your money back.

Seldom Equalled Arcadia,-This section of Peace I lack of a vitamin B-One. Whole safe walking, It Is during the been issued for hunting in the, CREOMULSION Othn A I MiM"" steal

River Valley is starting a new In- grain, cereals and their by-pro- month of December when every area compared with 1167 for all Of'f forCoughsChestColdsBronchitis .hw.i-Cb.tr.w..r.-a.d DtSoti-l*

Never Surpassed dustry--the production ol. Iceberg ducts are best natural sources of type of vehicle Is on the highway. last season. He estimated 800 to,

lettuce In carload quantities for this vitamin. ..----_ 900 hunters would be in the forest''

shipment North. Henry Browderof "Crazy chick" disease, in which I COTTON CROP Saturday and that at least 30'' NEAT APPEARANCE

PETERSON'S this city has 40 aCres planted, the chick looks drunk and runs bucks would be killed. I I| N e a n SOTTO
and the lettuce is backwards to main- TO BE SMALLERNearrecord .
already headingup sideways ASK DANCING
F. STOCK'S CleaningSee
DAIRY nicely and is in excellent con- tain a balance, results from a deficiency Jacksonville j Dry
,-The Duval County
dition. world stocks of all -
of vitamin B-Four. A \'

change In ration, especially the cotton h_ a record carry-over of 14 l'nn"'A.A'_ Board of_ Public____u_Instruction'._ I CLAYTON. STRICKLAND
cereal portion, will prevent this million bales of American cotton, u-.uc> u a "vuiiununicauon on - -- --
INSURE WITH the letterhead
condition. and world consumption prospects the Ministerial

N. D. WAINWRIGHT uncertain because of the war, Alliance, signed by a special com-
Lack of vitamin A, richest mitteee
brief the problems facing cotton concerning dancing In the I BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
of which fish liver
sources are public
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS farmers in 1940, says DrC.. V. ; schools. They recommended
oil, green feed, and yellow corn, the line
Noble, economist with the Florida discontinuance of private of Caskets &; Undertakers Supplies
Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA causes a leg weakness characterized Extension Service. dancing instruction in the public AMBULANCE SERVICE
by a zig-zag, unsteady gait. schools by private I DAY AND NIGHT
On the brighter side of dancing instructors 134 134
Rickets In chicks, as in humans, ; discontinuance PHONE----

FUNERAL is caused by a deficiency of vitamin ton outlook report issued recently teaching of dancing Instruction of the G. H. BENNETT Mgr."A .

DIRECTOR D, the bone-building vita- by the Federal Bureau of Agri- the public schools by in I HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

My Many Tears Experience; Make It Possible for Me to Render min. Bones of the chick fall to cultural Economics, Is a relatively lic school teachers regular pub-

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE harden and It walks stiff-legged, small crop of about 11,700.000 ; discontinuing or athletic directors '

MODERATE PRICES its bones weaken and finally be- running blase which should be In a means of physical dancing as ,
DeWITT C. bowed. In the line with or smaller than disappearance education, I j
JONESStal'ke. come severe cases, and prohibiting the use of

L Florida chick's legs cannot bear its bodily;. an early-season market school property for the purpose public of/
weight. Practically all rations average price of 8.9 cents per holding dances

.. are deficient in this vitamin pound or nearly 10 percent higher -- sir
,--, -', which is known as the "sunshine'' than a year earlier, a relatively tCtCtC ?

vitamin, but direct sunshine in large domestic consumption of tC vr \

Florida will provide enough of it nearly 7 million bales of Ameri- '

to prevent rickets -If the chicksare can growths in 1938-39, and the

MEATCURING exposed to the sun. If chicks likelihood that any decrease in

are kept Indoors, a' good quality total world consumption in 1939- r
fish liver oil should be given to I 40 will be In foreign growths. &

them to Insure normal bone for- [ World mill consumption of all

mation. growths of cotton in 1938-39 total- t !

Other leg weaknesses of chicks ed nearly 28,500,000 bales the sec

resulting from deficiency of nec- ond largest on record. Mill\ consumption GIVE A

essary vitamins include nutritional is expected to decreasein
leg paralysis or "curly toe," belligerent European countries a

and tender feet, and slipped ten- during 1939-40 as was the case

No increase in pricesWe don. Nutritional leg paralysis, during the World War. This pros- orchestras, opera, comedians*- all at, rs _

Mr. Rusoff explained, Is due to pective decrease may be offset by jour fingertips when

vitamin G deficiency and may be the indicated increase in the own a rladlo. See them you I

avoided by feeding milk and milkI United States and in certain other now.

I by-products and alfalfa Cracked countries. There Is little__nn nrna.--_ q4
and tender feet may be preventedby pect, however, of consumption exceeding I
Specialize In Sugar feeding milk and alfalfa. the 1938-39 figure, and it TABLE :MODELS I Slar'allon"c08tS
Slipped tendon results from lack may be considerably smaller.A Automatic tuning, all-\va\e re- you moneys! Without

of manganese in the ration and' ceUers. speaker, all the necessary

may be prevented by feeding rice $22.95 vitamins, your chickscan
Cured Meats bran, wheat germ, wheat bran, a moment of become the easy prey of the
or oats, which are rich sources of Sandy's son had loaned a friend MIDGET SETS weaknesses and diseases that lead
magnanese. Plenty of to high mortality and low profits.
$500 without benefit of written tone, volume and se- I i ?

receipt. In desperation, he con lectivity in these big values! I Tuxedo Starting and Growing
VANDALS RUIN TOYS sulted his father."That.s Allmash v
$15.75 prevents "vitamin alarvadon" -
Pensacola, Police here uncovered upCONSOLES
what they believed was easy, me lad," consoled It Is guaranteed to contain +glYlG

something of a record in meanest the father "Write him and say the vitamins needed for fast,

GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD tricks. Vandals broke into a you need" the $1000 dollars In- Beautiful, hand-rubbed c. b I. healthy growth. Ask for details. l
stantly. nefs finest
on the
warehouse where Boy Scouts had market! --
STORAGE COMPANYJ. repaired cast-off toys for poor "You mean the $500." Interposed $40.00 up PO

children's Christmas trees and Sandy, Jr.

tore the place to pieces. Dolls "That I do not. You say $1000,
L. GEORGE, Mgr. were dismembered, tin trains and he will write back that be ALSO

crumpled and Jig-saw puzzles only owes you $500.: Then you EXPERT REPAIR S. R. JOHNS a SoN
Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St scattered into a heap of debris will have It in writing."-Wall St. WORK '

that looked like a miniature Journal. f

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA I bombed village. Scouts picked up ---. MAYES Near S. A. L. Depot Starker

the pieces and started the task of Engraved
sympathy acknowl RADIO
I re-repairing the toys beforeSanta's edgements. Inexpensive. _Bradford SERVICE

i hour. > County Telegraph. & TUXEDO MA 1 1FltluAT !

EI& %Z. 1039

CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES BROOKER l[ !-Crawford I I Wood J B Crews, A. B. Sur-

Ity Mrs L. L. Parker Boy Scouts Mrs Jean disking and daughter. I IVirgie ronry Nat Williams, S. W. White-
I of this section attendedthe head W. S. Slbley V. D. Cherry.W. .

l\IETIIODIST PltESBYTEm.\N EPISCOPAL Krookrr Intmwdzes; I I funeral of Mrs. Florence C. Ward A. F. Sauls C. S.

gT R bl Rev. Chas U. Allen, ..,. gnrk'N 'hu.rh I cnlUsn.\N It Is a sad distressing thing! The regular weekly meeting of Bloodsworth held in the UyalCemetf'I'y Kelly. D. Boree J. K. Douglas F.
S'Lghtfuot; Rev. Frank 0 n.on Sunday School Supt .
f: Mrs. R. M. Prevatt V.
Ito. pa.tor Pastor Rev. Fred Yerkell, .II'. Mrs. Ira wllennmgchcol when a young person develops acaBtJ Troop 70, Boy Scouts of America recently.Mr. Trump
m. x. Perryma.n, Organist Rector Sunday School of diphtheria in a community i'I was held In the Church School and Mm. Clyde Starling F Manning, I. B. Cody A. B. \

Gen. Superlnt.ndentIrs.School E. M. Davl. Sunday b/ae Ella School.1. Sa..e Supt 10 o'clock otherwise calm and happy-and, rooms of the Methodist Church on and family and, Mrs Ancil Thompson Whitehead Eunice Snowden, A.
Y aMOol ot Church Church School Orca.net at Christmas time too. ButIt and children< of Woodlawnwere C. Durden J. M. Rosier, J. O. i
Church School Supt. CUt'RCI( OF CIIIU T just (I Tuesday evening at 7:15.: Excel-
10 A. M. Roy Mathew. H. C.Hruwn Harry Pickup.Tralnlys Is a glad cooperative thing! lent attendance was noted and InI recent guests here of Mr. Boyd. Ernest Wllmot Errol Alvarez Jbo'.
UAU Mornlnc Wonhlp Church School Serv'ocee Pastor when the !I and Mrs. Robert Ciawford. H. C. Brown, Jim Jones, Mrs \/\I/\
10 A. M. DIMe community's people terest In the Troop and Its activities iII
4700 P. A(' Service 11 A. M. 10sMool study Z p. m. : Rosa Constantine Merrill FutcU;
; ', Morning Woreh.p: Sermoon and The arm themselves against the rav- continues to run high. The Prayer meeting of the Hellbronn
rIbIOP a7 Evening Worship 11 A. 1!. Sundays -- 11 A. lor. Lot,'d's Supper a p. m. ages of disease by immunizingand I meeting was the I held at the Mabel Roberta A. J. Fender. L. J'
opened by repeating Baptist Church was
Meeting IIervlce 7:80: I'. M. Sigma Chi 700: p. m, tarldays 7:30: 1' M _Sunday:! 1 R. Kalch, Fred Halslop, Leon x't,:
100 ( Young People'a Holy vaccinating. together the Pledge of I home of Mr. and Mra G I). Johns
Ir ; Daysl0 A. M. Dicandlo, T. A. Brlnson, Mrs. H. ,l
pNrt League Me.tln. :\11N' ALLIANCE Douglas Hazen, Senior High Allegiance to the Flag and the here Tuesday night December ,
110pirictorva 6:30: p. M. MISSION n.\LL GOSI'EL TAB. President student who attends B. H. S., at Scout Oath and Laws. Patrol I 12. E. Tucker A. H. Green, E. J. 1

agpowell Wednesday Prayer MeeunCM. Sponsors: Sponsored by The noblneon Rev. Frank Starkebut who lives at Brookerwas records for the meeting revealed Mrs Emma Sikes of Ocala was Lewis, Mrs. Kffie Johns F. O. .

Deaeene Mrs F. H. LOn. Mr and Mra. IIII'. and Mr.. "1<,.. President stricken with dread diph- that for this week the Mohican the guest recently of Mr. and Hemingway. ) ,I.
d Orcanlet J. T. Quigley J. T. Qullley The Rev LelUe theria a week ago. As soon as Patrol, Patrol Leader Life Scout bare J. S. Rosier. ':".''J.,

nklnter Bible h ea Evangell..tlc< Service Shepherd the news got around, the school Leonard Smith and the Wolf I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns and < .-. \

afowell eeAlsant Oerganlet Tue.. veninga7 7.:30 ay evening T:30aTherRevrFred. : "Yerkee.. called off Its big Christmas program Patrol Patrol Leader Star Scout I family of Llveoak were visiting 4M",

-- --= and prepared to take, the I "Sonny" Peek tied for first place his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. : ji7 "

"shots." In Attendance. The Mohican Johns, Sunday afternoon December :4

SBYTERIANfICES MISSION HALL I METHODIST Everyone cooperated In a mar- Patrol wan first place !In the 10.Miss. ",

AND TABERNACLEAn CHURCH velous way." Many adults a large' Church Attendance for the week. Ruth Johns has gone to J;

i NOTESA number of pre-school children and 26 of the ::-J; members were pres- Columbus. Georgia after u visit <

Interesting Bible study was! the school pupils 100 per cent of I ent for the meeting here with friends and relatives. ,
large of
presented at the ,regular Tuesday group worshipers as- Brooker School, plus all the lady Registration cards were presented --- --_ .- :

Ip at the Presbyterian night service at the Mission Hall. sembled In the First Methodist members of the faculty and sev- to two of the newly made I NOVEMBER I ,

'aB centered around the Mr. and Mrs. Richmond who are Church on last Sunday morningfor eral bus drivers took advantage Tenderfoot Scouts of the Troop, :;.

of the Christian mind I guests of Mrs. W. A. Feeler were the hour of service. The pas- of the doctor's services and were Scouts Harold Crews and Jack SUBSCRIBERSThose f'
101I tor the Rev. Frank Robinson de-
Holy Days I' both present. There was special given the toxoid for diphtheria. Hall both of the Wolf Patrol.
Christmas livered a sermon on the subject who renewed their subscriptions
wei'e. also vaccinated for
hand. The music and the children did Many I :
at well
frt close Activity and preparation for E ,
go "When the Angels Sang"; a ser- smallpox. ; to (he Telegraph (dur ooJ hc r .
assisted In theof with their Scripture recitations. I the next Court of Review which ; .
lirutlfully vice designed to prepare the congregation Dr. Golnen of the State Health ingthe month of November were '\
the service with theirResponse The basis for the study was the will be held on Tuesday night. .,
more fully for the expression Department and Mrs. Lewis, Brad- as follows: I !,
and with the December 26. In evidence. 1
50th Psalm. Also references I was
were of a joyful and mean- ford County Nurse had only wordsof O T. Nelson( A. F. Murrhov, .
Mrs. E. no.Uuyed .. This! Court oX Review will be held
taken from the 9th of MERRY
,3 Hymns chapter ingful Christmas season. Assisting praise for the splendid coopera- Ralph Nettles L. F. Smith. F. F.j "I",
the organ for the Exodus. People little realize the In the service was Mrs. F. H. tion of all in Brooker. on the same night as the regular Stump L. I). Green, D. L. 'I'

while Alice Fernandez fact that if they throw their sup Long at the organ. Mrs. A. Z. The pupils of the school are Scout meeting and all applicationsfor Mrs Eunice Box, G. L. CHRISTMAS! :

cbarge of the choir. The port toward evil institutions they Adkins sang In her most pleasing carrying a few sore arms willingly advancements and Merit Mrs. W A. Bonham F. A.KerBeY'1

(ural 1 thought for the morn- are destroying the foundations of manner a solo "O Holy Night" and gladly without one Badges must be in the hands of Urownloe Brca) N. J. Davis, Dr. .

?, taken from the 42nd righteousness. There are many (Adams). dissenting voice. the Scoutmaster by noon of the S. Sternberg Vernon L. Rowe, R.
a where the Psalmist In to a well-meaning Christians. who belong -{ The evening service of worship Brooker School rooms are at- 26th.The R. Gilffls, I n. W. Moore. C. N. The old-time r :::

of great need cried out to non-Christian organizations -! Was in charge of the members of tractively decorated for the December Court of Honor I Shaw J. E. Wilson, VV. M. Edwards 'f.
,emal Thus every ;man and who for the sake of so- the Co-Ed Class and was in the holiday season. will_ be held In the main auditorium -I J. H. Courtmanch James wishFor <

,dale with some great need called pleasure patronize institutions -i form of a play, "Thank God for The teachers and children have of me Duval County Courthouse Hollingsworth Dr. O. L, Haynes, e i

ullfe In which religious faith whose principles are in dt-| Song" directed by Mrs. D. P. Judge J Ollie Edmunds C. E. Johns, M. F. Hazen. Mrs.F. a Joy
set Villages In the
,Indispensable element In the rect opposition to Christ's teach-'; Carpenter, Superintendent of the up presiding on riiuisd.iy night, December B. Cady. J M. Brownlee. Glenn That Never Ends; '
{ sand tables trimmed trees and
need. 28. It will be at this _.
j of that Ing. One can not escape the implication Adult Division and teacher of the otherwise hung Christmas motifs -- -.---
it o'clock the Junior that such people are betraying !I meeting that Scout Arch Thomaswill IUS SCHEDULE!: I,.
three Co-Ed Class. The
I cast was come
I about the walls of the class "p.16
tllll Endeavor met at the! the cause of Christianity. posed of the following; "Herald rooms. receive his Eagle Scout North Bound -r r, }'

After their business \ As James puts it It Is a sort of Angel," Mrs. James R. Wainwright award. At the same time Life Leave Starke: 2:43: a. m., 12:33: '"

.111I the young people ad-I I Spiritual adultery, James 4-4.: II I I ; "Father Joseph Mohr" poned The from Christmas last week program was slated post- Scouts Leonard Smith aid Enos p. m., 1:50:: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15: it:
Hayes will make application for A. J. THOMAS :\
meet In the manse m., 10:13: p. m.South
? to mak-| Even in our observance of the Rev. Frank Robinson; I for Wednesday, December 20. The the rank of Eagle to be awardedat p. Bound ,
In the
jthty continued Christmas there is "Frances Gruber Miss Alice Fernandez "
a -
: strange
Christmas Spirit is everywhere I
'' the January Court of Honor. 2:20 10:20 .----- -- \
books which are to: Leave Starke: : a. m., : ->
d scrap mixture of Paganism. and Ch1'Istianity. ; "Maria, Juanlta Bare- and the school sends greetings to ,
Foreign Mission Actual construction of the huts I a. m., 2:20: p, m. 5:20: p. m. ,"I
to the The tragedy is that foot; "Otto, James Dennis; all Its friends and patrons ,
for the will be started dur- .
Hound to TalluhaaNreLeave
fe II India. All young people greater stress l Is laid upon the i I "Fritz" Elmo Struth; "Adolf," A. Went
n i the ages of seven and pagan elements of the feast than, W. Anderson Jr; "Hans." E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Morgan ing the Christmas holidays. Starke: 5:33: p. m. arrive '

are cordially invited to on the Christian The real significance i I Molpus; In Tableau, "Joseph," will spend the holidays at Willis- Plans for the new year were Starke 12:33: p. m. Christmas C : ,
discussed, and the members of the For free service (wlttr-
Endeavor. "
Junior Christian of Christ's birth Is lost In Leonard Smith, Jr; "Mary, Ida ton with relatives. ,
,OM. H. Allen Is the spon- a welter of tinsel and guidance.It 'Lulu Davis; Shepherds, Mack Mrs. Murlll Norman will go to Troop were eagerly looking for- In city limits) phone Lacy Conway 'n.n :
ward the observance of National
iw thus group. would be wonderful If all the Futch Lyle Anderson, Steve Wel- her home near Starke for Christ to agent I
Scout week In
regular meeting of the : Christian people would magnify don. The Choir was composed of February.

i Chi was held with Jean I I Christ as the Savior of the world members of the Co-Kd Class. A. mas.Melvin Futch return for the Many Scoutingactivities will take

i:IK the President. For the!,, and not Santa Claus. I' W. Anderson Jr, had charge of holidays with his family at Law- place during that week that will IB39 1930
be of interest to all the people of,
|;nm! Margie Mathews told } TABEKNACLKFriday : lighting effects and Mrs. E. K. ley. our community.

interestingly and ably the;' night the annual Christmas Pet'ryman was organist. Mi's. Sorchle Baird will spend Scouting attempts to build Ir1 /

J story of The Other Wise I program will be presented at I I This play was given In an effective the holidays wltn her daughter at :I loyalty cooperation helpfulness a

b Henry Van Dyke. TheEbwas the Tabernacle. Every effort is manner by the cast and Fort Pierce. to others strength of character rt1ya

to follow was post-j' being made to make this a ChJ'ist-1 I was entered into with appreciation Mr. G. .:. McOauley will observe and a reverence for the Divine
to another Sunday in the The the season at his home In jyIl
centered program. The children by congregation. all of which lends to the makingof
et tot the group to see the I i will present an attractive pro i i Church was beautifully decorated Brooker. better citizens. It Is worth the
O Little Town of Beth- and Mrs. Melva Harrell likewise will yIl
lull, gram of songs and recitations. I I by Mrs. L. A. Davis Mra. consideration of every citizen of __
III l it the Methodist Church. !I Next Sunday night there will be,I I I Carpenter. The main auditoriumwas be at her home near Brooker. our community to know that It .1 ; The SimpleOldFashioned ..

i members of the Sigma Chi an especially interesting service at filled to capacity and the Mr. J. F. Parrish of Gainesville was recently said by one of the ?,).

e planned to make their! the Tabernacle. Come and enjoy I'I auxiliary wing well filled with and Miss Winsome Kirby of. State Prison officials that to the 1 ';;

punas meettng on the even-I|'the teaching of th Word of God.! !I worshipers both of Starke and LaCrosse were quietly married I best of his knowledge there had Wish -1.;,

of the trom out of town. here lust Friday by the Rev. C'I never been an Eagle Scout confined -

(,Anal Eve Caroling at dlf-: PRESBYTERIAN I Next Sunday morning the pastor I| A. Crosby. I' In the State Prison and Another year For You '.?
01 I homes In the community. ; Mrs H. P. Gainey has been I
I will bring a splendid Christ-I that very few of the Inmates of Another Christmas. !
roe Presbyterian Sunday CANDLELIGHT visiting her daughter Mrs. Pearl the had had scout MERRY "
mas message prison ever any May it be
1 will have Its annual pro- SERVICEIn I The evening service of worship Raulerson In Brlghtinton. I training. By working toward Your Happiestand CHRISTMAS:
is and Christmas tree this will be conducted by Mr. Robin- Mrs. Ben Osleen and childrenof better citizenship and strength of JI.
fry evening at seven thirty P. Blackshear Ga. are visitingher I
the form of a Union Christmas son and the Rev. Charles Allen, character the National Scouting
!Most Joyous ,
II the church | sister Mrs. G. Jo:. McGauley. (I
helps to depopulate our --
service is the Candlelight I pastor of the First Presbyterian --- program
-- -
I! Mr. and Mrs.. u. W. Jroity 01 Now, has always -- 5
Musical to be given in the Pres- Church will read the Scripture Jails and prlnons. a* ..
legal blanks. promissory afternoon Pendleton of' Jacksonville spent Sunday with been the cane "An ounce of
Church Sunday I lesson the Rev Dr. '
|II, retain title notes, carried byterian at five o'clock All of the Saint ; Mark's Episcopal Church, Mrs. Annie PInholster. prevention Is worth a pound of John H. Denmark :; .

Oat i by the Bradford County'IanCF friend. and! members of all the will lead the evening prayer. The Mr. and Mm. Paul Stewart cure." Help those who are Interested I City Barber Shop ,
In Gainesville Sat-
I were shopping with this
churches In town are cordially In- Rev. A. Lightfoot, pastor of and working "
'ro FENI.T vited. This vesper service has the First Baptist Church, will urday night. who Is attending Troop by your wholehearted and Furniture Co. H. r:. Sparks, Prop. ::

[J2tlltri IT COURT OF T IR become an annual affair whose I deliver an address In keeping with Barber Gene Long loyal support to carry out these !
airs In Jacksonville
jtiuriAi. tincrrr II Interestng) and 1 Eve event. Members College Ideals of Scouting. .
f"roa on.1"081) ('Ot'NTY program is both the Christmas the week-end with his .
?W IDA IX (.'IIA\Ic.! nY. varied. The music will consist of I of the choirs of the Churches spent par-' The Starke Rotary Club sponsors -.

''Ilia Plaintiff Johnson Reid, vocal choir and solo music as well of the city will assist in the service ents. of Thank this fine group of boys in GIVE YOURSELF .I"

4'. as Instrumental music on violins" rendering several anthems 'ard the Scout movement In our com- A CHRISTMAS PRESENT ':
III A Reid We wish to thank our many Let's boost ScoutingHOOTSEY'S .
Defendant. cello and flute. Miss Alice Fer- during the hour. Other resident friends and relatives for their munity.
JitLfAMfc{ )! 0V THE STATE the urged to --- .
nandez has trained young ministers of the city are
shown ,
.TORIIM, OKKKT1NU: : kindness and sympathy > rr
Charln A. Held, whose reel people's choir. Mrs. E. M. Davis I come and assist in the service. A during the sickness and death of IJBACIIlIy ,

'r uti It art unknown.hereby to will be organist. The birth of the cordial Invitation to all members.1:' our beloved mother Mrs. Ellie J. Mix Effie ('ra eford
required ap-
"othe Hill of Complaint fliedeln Christ Child has Inspired the I and friends of all Churches of Dial. h
'Italnnt you on or before world's greatest artists of musicas Starke Is extended. Misses Justine and Josephine
of Mrs. K.: J. Dial.
let A. 1 Family
| day of January. .
the western of thin section entertained
no one element in I The Chimes of the First Methodist Johns '
'I. further ordered that this7."Published culture has. For that one reason t Church will be heard (duringthe LO.RIIGE a number of their friends with a ,ti
In the Bradford '
music ft often superiorto from 5:45: pound party Saturday December
51 Telegraph a newspaper Christmas week each evening '4'
I W In said County of Brad- other music In this service of to 6 o'clock using familiar Christmas lly Miry. Bonnie 15. Turner D 6 PIECES ROGERS SILVERWARE

"t'.' lace'each> lis. week for four con- the Yuletide the choir hall sought carols. A concert. of Christmas of Norfolk, Virginia Mr. and Mrs, W. II ireen and Enough To Set One Place :;:5),
lT.tsa my hand and official the spirit of the Holy and other hymns will Mike Sheppard family of Jacksonville were recent
ai u U day of November, A. to capture carols is the holidays, UT.I.Y; CRATIS
', Days. Come and! bring your be heard early on Christmas spending guests of Mr. and Mrs. R N. CIVKN AWAY AIISOL
"t.PICAL Cheat! "EAI.) A. J. Thomas friends. morning You are Invited to with his parents Mr. and Mrs T'1 WITH EVERY $10 IN TRADE. SEE IT ATSMITH'S
Court U-l 6t 12.29 H. Sheppard.

*.____-----:0 come to the Church during any Mr. and Mrs. Roan J. Turner ,: :
and listen
concerts '
of these
the Church and daughter. Bonnie and Miss ,
come Into
car n
your and Use this as a period of meditation Betty shopping Crosby In Lake were City Christmas Saturday E. H. Smith Starke, Fla.

.Vii! I and worship night. t tI I .
1 ff'Lw I You are cordially Invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and ; ."

S l w I any and all of the services I Mrs. L. B. Alvarez of Starke, '

dfC held In the First Methodist I.I were visiting Mr. and Mrs K. C. I lire thank you I Ifor t ta
I either on week day. or on
1 Church
Priest Sunday. a
Sundays. You will be welcome. Bill Morgan and Buck Ward of I I i your

I Lake City, and Miss Vera ButlerI I and wUh for ftnhof '

I and Betty Crosby attended the i iI I '
Junior play
i f fI
C t h1fRAY I 1 night, {cYUIETIDE JOY ''h

.rTIS Ge7 i Mike Sheppard of Norfolk, Vir- '1 9 I

>t glnla and Edwin Sheppard and

J Miss Bonnie B. Turner and Miss 'yJAr
I visiting in the I
Betty Crosby were
May the joys of a
As 1939 draws toits drink State Farm Sunday afternoon. I
The Congressman R. A, Green was Hea.Hon noted for I

end. w e add May Christmas bring Ii- that I visiting In this section Monday I I

afternoon. I
Our voices to the you contentment, hap- everybodyknows I Sheriff A. O. Andreu and wife multiplied

visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. I
ever swelling: piness, and good cheer. 11 were Butler Monday afternoon.I t h i H Christmas.! MATHEWSMODEL &<
I chorus of I I :. C. Priest, C. C. Butler and ,

I c' 5r i R J. Turner made a business trip'I. )

I DIERRYCHRISTMAS ; | to Keystone Height Monday I

morning. I '
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HOT. CO. i :
I Bridge news l
In Long
published ,
: To You Conway's Service '
I All! please report same to Bonnie B. FLORIDA /I'SEV
Turner by Monday night I

file folders binder*, receipt Motor Wnee- ONE QUART LIQUIDDECtI. SEALED BB 48
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him because no one told you the right place C. L. MOITT SHINE DUMPED; TIIERESS
The Bradford County Telegraph I Russell Kay By l\Irt. ,
to look. BURIED' HERECharles NOT NEEDED .t. L. StdI,

KxtuMlNhed: 1877 Remember the bitter disappointment G. -
L,\ Moitt. a former "Gone With the Wind" was Bennel ,It Slill
when someone said, "There is no Santa TOO LATE resident, of Starke and Bradford the motto put Into effect by: his daughter, M', C,

PubllHhed Weekly on Friday, and Entered an SecClaus," and you believed it? TO CLASSIFY County sad well known here, Sheriff A O. Andreu last week Sunday.Mr. .

end Clam Mailer at the Pont office at Starlte Fla. But then and child- died in his home at Trilby Wed- when he dumped 80 gallons of and Mrs, ,j ,12.
you grew up, your Of all Christmas stories one nesday morning of last week as smuggled moonshine down the Miss Ruth Ze.gie. ; '
ren, wide-eyed and earnest, insisted, "There of the most delightful to my the result of a heart attack. He storm sewer In front of the court- lives In Waldo SunalT,!

IV\ E Iv\ B E R. is a Santa Claus !" Memories flooded your mind, is that of the "Fourth" was 00 years of age. I house. "The liquor was ended, but Mrs A. L 8iiiiv.n,

{V LORJD\PRESS ASsOCIATION mind-Memories of your own futile search Wise Man.- Funeral services were held I the odor lingered on." I Othma, were business VI I
Down through the years the istlan months Jacksonville
from the Starke C h r Eight ago Bradford
for the merry old rascal who makes so many of the "Three Wise Men" Thursday
% story Church Friday morning at 11 County officers arrested James Mr. and MiH
-=-- 3o44'a.kL 31ot4d* folks happy. baa become familiar to all, but o'clock. Marshal negro on the outskirtsof visitors to sturke n, J!('

E, L. Mairhewn Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION the fable of the "other" Wise Starke after an exciting chase Mow
Now you know you looked in the wrong The Rev. J. L. Dixon of Jack- Wilson May 01
Man la not so generally known, which ended only when the Hampt
place. He was not in any of the places yet It la a very beautiful story sonville was the officiating minis- negro's automobile landed In a business visitor, t'II, The,
Rev. last
RATE ter and he was assisted by of the
week }
where you expected to find him.Instead with a message of deep importto Chas. Burton of Hampton, and roadside ditch. He had been at-
Yearly $1.50: Six Months '7 c.o-l'llyablejn AdvanceAiUertlnIng I mankind Mr. and Mrs '
tempting to smuggle eight 10-gal- j J.
he is in the one place 1 you were I the Rev. L.. A. Shepherd of the and lion, Raleigh ,
I Rated on Appllvstion It seems that there were really State Farm. I lion kegs of Illicit liquor from visit., '
told down in here
o never to search-deep your four instead of three Wise Interment was In New River Union County into Alachua Coun-I Saturday evening

own hearthThe Men and upon receiving the Church Cemetery. Pallbearerswere ty when the local officers over-I|
This Week-end Try to Forget wonderful message of the birthof took Mm. The moonshine was rested because
Look there during the Christmas sea- C. A. Knight. J. J. Jones, their
Troubles of the World the new: King, it wag agreed H. L. Brownlee A. J. Thomas confiscated and held here as evl-( Immediately furniShes i J
You will find of friendlinessMonday
a feeling among them that they would den e. Marshal was released deputy
Christmas' It is theson. W. M. Agin. Sr., and L. G. said.
again.and a surge of unselfishness-a desire to divide meet at dawn of day and I Powell. Honorary pallbearerswere under $250( bond. I

world's most joyous h perhaps your happiness with others. journey together to lay gifts at I J. F. Klckllter, F. F. This week Sheriff Andreu was
more songs have been sung, more poems the feet of the Child of Bethle Stump J. M. Alvarez Freeman confronted with a death certif- FLORIDA THEA!
You will find in own heart all the
have been penned, and more praises paragraphed your hem.On Register. Homer Johns Theo. icate for one, James Marshal l. GAINESVILLE: fS
on the subject than for any other marvelous qualities you once attributed tot his way to the agreed Tlson N D. Wainwright Sr., Since death had entered the case, Program for the |
San a C 1 sus' meeting place. the "Fourth" and Frank Hemingway. A quar- placing the defendant where even December week
holiday observed by man. Wise Man stopped by the way- tette composed of Mrs. L. G. the long arm of the law could not 2Z, 19.

Indeed, so much has ben: said on the Your capacity to carry out those aide to give aid and comfort to Powell, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Rev. I reach, Sheriff Andreu had no ehoii
Jean rneDOrothin
promptings in your heart may be limited ; one In need and In consequencehe L. A. Shepherd, and L. G. Powell I further use for the shine, dumped:
writing anything
subject that we despair failed to arrive In time to lit
nevertheless they are genuine.some sang several selections and were into the sewer.
new or fresh, and fall back gratefully on Join his friends on their long accompanied at the piano by In discussing the case, Deputy "MEET: 1m., ('Hits 1
of the best that has been written on Santa Claus does not set a price on prosperity Journey.So Mrs. E. K Perryman. Sheriff J. B. Rowe stated that'

g the subject in years now past. During this nor weigh material gains against he went on alone, but as he Mr. Mottt Is survived by his more than 27 moonshine stills had uoi'ni.n' 8aturrta FRVUHE) Only Pll,
traveled he encountered fellowmen widow, Mrs Ara Anjlreu Moltt been raided in Clay County within
week-end and through Monday let us forlosses, to ask whether he will be welcomed ; Stuart Erwin Marjorl,
on in grave mood. With each of by three sisters, Mrs. C. P. Ty- one week. "Negro moonshinersmake In
get the war in Europe, the National debt, the or put off his visit for another year. these he tarried and gave of the son of Jacksonville, Mrs. Clara from, one to two dollars "HONEYMOOVs: 0V

1940! political campaigns-forget everything, There IS a Santa Claus if you know treasure he carried that their Carter of Lakeland, and Mrs. profit on every gallon of alcohol Gordon Harker. 111""_

in short, that would divert our minds from where to look for him I suffering might be relieved. Inez Cook of Miami; and by two distilled, and have an easy time I In Alai
By the time he finally reached
brothers Will Moltt of Lake getting released after being *r2 ; "INSPECTOR
the real significance of this glorious holiday. : 0 Judea he found that Joseph and Worth and Orville Moltt of t HORXLK1Ilflff IlkTH.._.. :
o Never Too Old Mary had fled with the Christ- Jacksonville.The u
Child to escape the wrath ofHerod. deceased was born In *Ju'pId11Y t & MnMm
The Beautiful Story For A Christmas Tree Mlekey'Rooney Lewis
Starke and was the son of the
Of The First Christmas Through the years, he traveled $ Cecelia Parker Fay
And a bit of poetry might help along late Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moltt. ,
To begin with, here is the story of the with the Christmas spirit. We know of none on hoping to find the Christ For many years he was a loco- "JUDGE HAKIM In AM
that he might lay at his feet,
motive engineer, employed by
first Christmas told in that greatest book 1 also-
better for this purpose than the followingA the remainder of the gifts he the Seaboard Air Line Railway "MARCH
all time the Bible: from the pen of the prolific Edgar A. Guest: possessed. But as he went from, and retired from this position. r OF TIM

And I.t'.t't' in those days, that place to place he continued.to about 25 years 'ago to accept a Tup day.dll.o"
Last night the mother said to me: find fellow beings in grave position with the Cummer Edgar Bergen Ch
there went out a decree from Caesar Au- 'trouble, the nick, the blind and McCarthy
Cypress Company. At the time
"Well what about Christmas tree?
gustas, that all the world should be taxed. a the poor To all he gave gen- of his death he was serving as r r "CHAKLIK'MCORTDKTECTUK:
his And "what about it?" I inquired, erously of his treasure a jewel of
And all went to be taxed, everyone in superintendent the machine ;"
mind. here a bit of gold there until at I
Not guessing what was on her shop In Lucoochee.
And went from Galilee
own city. Joseph up last he found himself without I
a Thurs.. Fri.
Dec. 28
"Of Christmas trees -
out of the city of Nazareth i into Judea, unto you grown single material thing that he Joint Installation -Dixie John Wayne Claire"ALLEGHEYII'

the city of David, which is called Bethlehem, tired ? might lay.at Jesus' feet. Empty Margarine

because he was of the house and lineage of Have we left all those joys behind?" handed he found the Master The Eastern Star and the DIXIE SALES CO. IVRlt
said but still this with nothing to offer other than Masonic Lodge of Starke will
"Oh no !I" she year
David to be taxed with his wife.
espoused the greatest gift of all-a recordof hold a joint Installation of officers
There is no need to have one here.
unselfish helpful service to
And so it was that while they were in the new American Legion

there the days were accomplished that she his fellow men. ,I Home Wednesday night, December I I
"You see," and then she faintly smiled, 27 at 8 o'clock. The Palatka Junior Chamber of Commerce
should un__ be_ delivered._n.u _And_____ she m_ brought forth on __ ', And In this troubled world today
her firstborn son, and wrapped him :inswaddling "We naven t any nuie cnua. there Is a greater need for|: There Is no joy In life so great I Cordially invites you to attend the
Janet has'put dolls away, "Fourth" Wise Men than ever I
clothes, and laid him in a manger; i as that which naturally comes to
A'grown lady now, and so before. While It is- proper and' I
youngher us us we share
our treasure with
because there was no room for them in the fitting for those whose means' CHRISTMAS DANCE
I thought. forcer this Christmas day theme in greater need. As we "
inn permit to ''be generous with II r'
I exercise; this age-old loving principle -
of mistletoe.
To hang bough
material gifts, money food I
we find that when To be held in the Palatka gymnasium
And there in the we un-
were same country
We're all too old, it seemed to me clothing and almlllar aids equal. selfishly .
concern ourselves with "
shepherd abiding in the field, keeping To bother with a Christmas tree." ly great and Just as Importantare others our own rewards and Monday night, December 2:>.
watch their flocks night. lo the little acts of thoughtful
over by And blessings multiply. .

the angel of the Lord came upon them, and I stirred the sugar in my cup. kindness word the the cheerful helping hand encouragIng and- Arid so It Is my sincere hope : Music by Carl Roberts' Swing Serenaders
the glory of the Lord shone round about sympathetic heart. Gifts of the the story of the
"That's right, I said, "we've all grown Wise Man will bring "Fourth"j
them ; and they were sore afraid. And the upl I Spirit that possess power for I key to a more ,

Angel said unto them. Fear not for behold, No little boy or girl have we. good beyond In America all things to-day material.We should. Christmas for- I Benefit of Azalea Festival Fund

I bring you good tidings of great joy, which The Fourth Wise Man, It seems
To that we both are reconciled, truly appreciate the glorious to me,
shall be to all people. For unto you is born But we should have a Christmas tree spirit of Christmas and give Wa wiser than the other Admission $1.10 per couple: Dancing 10 'Ti

this day in the city of David, a Saviour heartfelt thanks for the count- Three.
So this year J will be a child.We've less blessings that are ours.
which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be got to keep the old-time joy. We should look about us and I

a sign unto you : ye shall find the babe I'll be this household's little boy I pass up no opportunity to show CUgggK elv tgiesUftSg Ct<< tCtCVltCt<
wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a our gratitude by sharing with 2
others and lending a helping L Pacca1 0 e
\ .
manger. I'm grown, but not too grown for things hand to those less fortunate. _

And suddenly there was with the angela Of rapture which the Christmas brings I Individually we cannot hope I '

multitude of the heavenly host praising If it's a child you want about to but overcome In our own the Ills little of sphere the world, we, g;; ,

God and saying, Glory to God in the highest I'll guarantee to fill the bill. ,I can look to our neighbors and ,, !'f '" ,

and on earth peace, good will toward men. As gayly round the place I'll shout concern ourselves with their -'n'trHfl11ff

And it to the welfare. Though our purse may g ,
came pass, as angels were As any happy youngster will. !! I IWI"
be empty, there is treasure greater
gone away from them into heavens, the You've got a little boy in me than gold, locked within the .
shepherds said one to another, Let us now Who wants to have a Christmas tree!" heart of every man, treasure In- 1' BIR.: liJfmn!'!J':hR=- ""IH' fi

go even unto Bethlehem, and"see this thing 0 exhaustable that can be drawn on I 'fu," h ..ytv
without stint. Words I
of cheer,
which is come to pass, which the Lord hath
The Gift That Counts
hope and comfort. Miles and
made known unto us. Must Come From The Heart miles of sunny smiles that can i ANM";;;

And they came with, haste and found The spirit of the day is admirably sum. warm Strong helping many a hands weary for heart.little WHO OWNS A CAR WILL APPRECIATE ONE OF THESE
Mary and Joseph, and the babe lying in ji FINE AUTOMOTIVE: GIFTS FROM
med up in a few brief verses from the pen tasks that illness and despair! WESTERN AUTO

manger. .And when they had seen it, they of some anonymous poet. The title is "Gifts have made burdensome to oth-,| STORE.; AND REMEMBER A GIFT FOR THE CAR IS A GIFT

made known abroad the saying which was That Count": ers. I YI FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! COME: IN TODAY.
And as we give, so we receive.PrtflKfllKflflTH *
told them
concerning the child. And all

they that heard it wondered at the things When you haven't a cent for giving M FOG LIGHTS MATCHED TWIT

1 which were told them by the shepherds. When poverty pinches hard, 50
is the when the Christpondered $2.25 HORNS
But Mary kept all these things and Oh, day

them in her heart mas way 'JI Modernly designed to conform $4.45

O Puts wealth on a single card with the latent auto models. that *
Full chrome plateil.MAZDA Here U an accessory
There Is A Santa Claus always wanted-It's the P

If You Know Where To Look What matters the cost of spending? I ; feet gift for the ran

What use, when the tale is told? XMAS : .
Then there is the inspiring defense of
The gift worth while is the friendly d LIGHT OUTFIT 15PLATEBATTERY
Santa Claus as contained in the publication,
"Nuggets": To the friendless, better than.gold. 111111 E 63c to $1.49 '
Don't be cynical. There IS a Santa $5.35
1939 1939 '
Claus. You can tell children that with battery with *
your Give words of cheer to the cheerless, 0 0 Here' a
perfect safety. Believe it yourself. There A timely pat on the back w MASTER MIXERS power which. Guaranteed meaDSatartJnl' Z ;

IS a Santa Claus, if you only know where to To the down-and-out, to turn him Sincere Wishesfor $9.15 ,

look for him. You ought to know. lie hides about. I IJf up .22 RIFLES

in a logical place--in the very place you And help him back on the track. all: and .410 ShotIRONS

would want him to be. TOASTERS98c .,
A Merry Christmasand 0
Where did you look for Santa Claus The cheapest thing in existence i *

when you were a kid ? People probably told Is money, and all it buys- I II 8 to $6.10 $1.10 to $4.95

you he came down the chimney. Likely you More precious by far the little things I

fell asleep waiting to hear the noise of his are A Happy New Year BICYCLES RADIOS WAGONS TRICYCL

reindeer on the roof, fearful that the chimney It's loving that counts-not size. i iE.K.Perryman ;

might be too small. !I $22.95 $9.85 up $ .95 up $1.05 UP

When you didn't catch him at thefireThe value of gifts is the giver I i

place one year, maybe the next year 'you Not money is loved but you I ii i I WESTERN

looked under the bed, in the closet back by And the gifts of the heart when they AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

the wood shed, or up and down the streets. once get a start ;
tf! V. S.
JOHN Owner
When you were a kid you never found Keep giving, the whole year through!
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