Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02885
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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r600 Applicants Two Cabin Men Blaze BurnedIn : R. B. Alvarez I Close Shave I Oil DrillersI I Acreage Farmers Must Reports File Council AgreesTo

For Jobs At New Willis B rough ton, worker at the Will Manage Nearing DepthOf Before January 15 Waive Taxes

Green Cove Naval Base and De- Bob Kite proprietor of the "Only about half of the farmers

II Witt Raulerson electrical employee Electric Service and Supply and In the 1946 Agricultural Conservation -
PlantB. Market 1000 FeetThe On HospitalIn
Plastics sustained critical burns Farmers Joe Kerrigan barber of,the Three Program reports have concerning made their performance

Saturday in a fire which gutted Friends were the principals In a acreage of cover crops, etc.,"

H. HankIn.'official of Florida the interior of a tourist cabin at Accepting a position of major "close shave" early Monday mornIng Tidewater oil well project County Agent T. Ie:, McClano a decision important to

plastics the manufacturing concern Madison and Myrtle streets. Importance to Bradford agriculture The Instrument Involved. on the M. F. Wiggins property stated yesterday. meeting the need for a local hospital
Council In
at New River had reached a I. the City regular
that last Center purchased The men were enveloped Inflames Ralph B. Alvarez this week however was not a raxor-but a depth of OSS! feet on Tuesday "January 15. 1947 IK the last session Tuesday night voted to
the Blanding hlmaelf building I when an oil heater was became full-time director of the .32 pistol. Crewmen had thus far encountered day for farm operators to file waive taxes for five years on an
|IS,000, expressed as well overturned at approximately 8:30p. : these performance reports," the modern
State Farmers' Market here. Kerrigan was ransacking a varying grades of hard soft Institution with adequate
pleased yesterday re. m. Broughton's condition yesterday had not been filled for county agent said "All who do facilities projected by Dr. J. M.
The post and cavernous lime rock and are
iponse to the company's call for but cabinet for matches to build a not file by this date cannot gota
was reported serious two years. The appointment was I this week in hard lima, Hembree and Dr. H. H. Adams
employees In all classifications with a slight improvement. Both State fire when he came upon the gun, conservation payment regardless of
made by Win L. Wilson, "Pay sand".--wherein lies the It Is stated that conversion
labor clerical technical. of the victims were given local Market Director, of Jacksonville property of BUI, Mundy. owner of possibilities of oil-Is not expected of the practices carried out; the former Southern Bell building .
Temporary'employttient offices first aid and removed to the As'he I All farmers are urged to give us
In a move to provide county the shop. lifted the weapon -: before 3500 feet.L. : Into the new hospital will
opened Monday In the build- Alachua this Information as soon as pos .
County Hospital.
were 12-month service of
farmers with a bent on hunting further for C. Kirby Tidewater geologist proceed as rapidly as delivery
lug en East Call Street and The fire answered local storage sible. I. materials and
department of the platform's arrived equipment permitInitial
matches the bullet exploded.crashing and paleontologist,
iround 600 persons were Inter- Immediate but facilities. construction started
an alarm owingto and market was
here last week. It Is stated that
eweil Monday and Tuesday its small size and frame construction During a two-year period In through the plate glass will involve two weeks ago.Information .
assignment Convict
lime> coming to look for work window and winging across the ShootingSaid
the building received Inactive to the
which the market was often microscopic study of fossils to as hospital'sopening
from points as far distant as extensive damage.Nasworthy. operation of the platformwas street through the open door of Identify formations. capacity. and number of
Lakeland, Mr. Hankln. stated.At the electrical establishment to be
maintained at seasonal Intervals Describing the work on Mon- JustifiableA nurses and orderlies will announced -
the present time 25 employees through cooperation of the depart by way of a plaster wall. week of the at a later date. Completion *
day of last as typical
have ,been placed on the Opens County Agent's office and visiting Kite was in the rear of his project's Initial operations Petroleum of the building, however

payroll and these are engaged : representatives of the state, business, a few feet from thebullet's Engineer E. W Chllders verdict of justifiable homicide was named certainty.. Current

chiefly In the work of remodel. headquarters. course, which roughlywas stated that "we spudded In and was returned by a coroner's jury shortages of materials were
and reconditioning the bul1dIIIr. Wholesale through 'the center of the asserted to be the only handicap
iIIIr GroceryStarke Alvarez said that off-season he drilled to .dh feet set 16-Inch Saturday In the death of Lewis
Another 25: will be hired before will be on the job from 7:30 a. doorway and above a showcase. casings at 83 feet and cementedIn B. Jackson convict who was she which may delay the opening for

production get under way m. to 6 p. m., and during monthsof Kite and -',Kerrigan fervently 35O sacks of Florida common by Ouard W. W. Kirkland In ar several month.
111 about two weeks. Employment long a prosperous re- active marketing will agree-they're 'thankful that the cement." attempted escape from the FlorIda Routine business of the Council

ultimately la expected to reach a tall trade center for a rich agri- with assisting produce personnel prevlde24hour bullet went,where it did and not The Tidewater Company firstto State Farm Thursday, December meeting included the payment
cultural area with a radius of 15 elsewhere.
total of around 300. I' Bttw of current bills.
service. this
oil In region,
to 20 miles is now making a bid Kite maintains it was the closest drill for
All persons Interested in em- block The six jurymen heard svldenci An appointment offered Sam
leased 14,000 acre
director announcedthat has a
for new Three
; the wholesale trade. shave he ever got from the
loyment who have pot yet field "I expect to put forth the from Wiggins, anal, will drill to a describing an attack on J. J. Ad Anderson aa Inside foreman of
pplications are urged to do sot This new phase In the growthof beat I have to help the farmersat Friends Barber Shop.CigarJruck maximum depth of 4,000 feet. dlson one of several guards I Ir City Light and Water Plant was

once. The temporary employ- this community was ushered in all times. There will be some 'charge of a crew of prisoners f'n not accepted, In a meeting of the

lent: office will be open In the this week with the opening of route to work. It was tate< Board of Bond Trustees on Tues.
one at the market every day ex- Loss Rotarians Hear
building from now until manufac. the Nasworthy Wholesale GroceryIn 1 each and that the column had reached tin day. It is stated that action to

uring gets under way. Hours the 200 block of East Call cept every Sunday one to come urge by to see me Official of I Bradford side< of a county-llni I fill the position will bo made

are 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday Street. ideas that plans bridge when Jackson and Prisons after the Christmas holidays.
and exchange Set At Florida Plastics :
through Friday and 8 a m. to Owner C. H. Nasworthy said may be made for the future $150,000Approximately : Hopkins attacked Addison from

12 noon Saturday. Many key yesterday, "We are getting start-: This market was placed here for B. H. Hankln, production manager the rear, In an effort to rellvvi To Certify Vets
are not yet filled Mr. ed in a small because of him of pistol and shotgun. In ai
tuitions way : the benefit of not only this coun- $180,000 worthof of Florida Plastics, the new
limited stocks. However: scuffle Addison WM For PurchaseOf
lankln stated.Manufacture present ensuing
ty but surrounding territories quality cigars went up In pre- manufacturing concern that recently -
of advertising dls- our inventories will be built up also. The value of the marketwas mature smoke Saturday night purchased Blandlng Center struck by Jackson with a shovel War SurplusArthur
plays will begin with delivery of as rapidly as supplies permit.' Tha three' men were struggUni
fully demonstrated In the when a semi-truck and trailer was a guest of the Starke
the first shipment of 6.000 feet I Delivery of full supplies and the recent' pecan season when be- overturned and burned three miles Rotary Club Wednesday describing for the KU ||| when a guard armed B, Rowland, of War

( plexiglas at the plant here date for our formal opening will cause of its operation, the farm north of town on Highway 200.( briefly production plans of st trusty. mtered. the fray and Assets Administration will be In

within the next two. or three I Iweeke. be announced later" er's average price was advanced The accident, occurring when the company and exhibiting samples succeeded m knocking Jacksoi Starke Thursday Dec. 19, be-'
Mr. Nasworthy expressed belief from 25 cents to 35 cents per the northbound vehicle struck a of various types of advertising partly to pne side as Kirkland a tween 9 a. 1"and 11 noon to

Plexiglas la the *company's' that "the convenience of a pound.' The important thing now cow brought no Injury to the displays which will be. rear guard, fired a shotgun certify veterans for the purchase

choice of plastics because of its wholesale grocery here_will, be of Is the cooperation of all grow driver, but the consequent firedestroyed manufactured here. JlekJlOn.ss Immediately killed of surplus war property it was

IIIIny versatile qualities, which In- great' value to Independent merchants ers. It"tbe farmers back this the cargo of high grade Mr, Hankln again expressed appreciation by buckshot wounds in the ,, Ion. announced today.

dude the, '"ema.rkab1ecalled In this and nearby coma market by >bringing their, fro- "stogies." "'. The) cow was killed I of tbe Rotary Club the of; the heart' ; Hopkins. was ,'In Mr.,,Rowland.will establlHh,his

flexible memory. Fof instance, ,. mubitles Jl.nd will afford service ducerbenowe 19'1)1h buyers The City FTWDepartment answerowing -' Chamber .of' CMumeroe. and the jured... ... tuMukjua Ura, at,'tqe office of

ou can heat a strip of plexiglas and' opportunities.heretofore un- ,,t."take'eare"''ut' 'terehprdducta:- f'd'-the ca11;- "U.cs-p.m1ut: : ; ; City Ousncll for,the1 cooperation JseMon'i;' aativp'''of oe lu' .'wa. A1b rtrp; s,rCToiby4,7 t Jr., Ooaaiy

Wilt it nto'eortocre r ( available."<' *" -' lack of water f otU- convicted f.receiving 'stolet .* the oaurt
or any .Alvarez: stated that the market to a i In-making possible for the new Service 9rn'r> !

other) shape'I e.3low. -it"to cool and Mr.Nasw6rthy-coma Starke has two ,ooms with fixed units ties,, the p blaze spread over both plant to be'estA lIlIhed In Stark. gooda_and tad served, a few houney *

Men,.then Wf.beat': It'and with from Jacksonville* 13: :yeans: ,:.. ago providing( 50x80 space for cold truck and trailer causing a total Also a guest at this peeling months of a two-year sentence. All.vetorans in Stark* sad vicinity

it any <, .tstanoe 'from' any one, and has made 'an outstanding storage, and two additional Ions. The truck was en route' was Mrs. Gracie M. Ensign field The Inquest was conducted bj; who have not been certifiedto

Ms remarkable materlaT will untwist ,fdr unit Instal from Tampa to Jacksonville. Judge. K. Perrymaa.. to do
success In the retail grocery busi rooms available secretary of the Florida Tuberculosis buy surplus are urged

Itselt..ad resume its original ness. The new venture into the\ lation. Observers reported that the Association who Impressed so. WAA has started a concerted

lat itate. It. is known as the wholesale field Is evidence of his Initial activity of the platform aroma of burning tobacco permeated upon her listeners the fact Rites WednesdayFor drive 'to dispose of all types of

V>mber-nose' plastic" because' of strong belief in the future of under Its new management, Is the atmosphere throughout that for the first time there Mrs. Frazee material In Florida It was said.

ti wartime, use In turrets and Starke as a'trade center for this expected after the first of the the night and Sunday.. are plenty of beds available in Further certification for Items

loses of bombing planes. It Is 50went section of northeast year with the arrival of the cab- Florida Hospitals for all types of lofr Annie A. Frasse, 79 a on the "sot aside" list of hard. .

more perfect optically Recently' he purchased an en- bage market. Junior Red Cross tuberculosis cases. She urged native of Starke and for many; to-gd'materlal i has been discontinued.

n glass unbreakable crystal tire block of property frontingon ShipmentOf that all known cases be reportedto I years prominent in religious and .' it was pointed out However

'ear. strong and tdugh.,, East Call Street from Charles Completes the county committee or to social activities here, died suddenly veterans may still become

Plexiglas is a chemical product Woodbridge of Lynn Mass. This District ScoutersTo Gift BoxesThe the health center so that patients' at her home here on Monday, certified for all other types of

made of about '20 elements obtained block embraces a row of store Meet MondayAll may obtain benefit of this treat December 9. She had lived Ir material In long supply officialssuld.

from materials all of buildings, starting with the Lady last of 150 gift boxes destined ment. this city all of her life, exc"p< .

!liich are grown raised or mined Fair Beauty Salon on the west men registered in or In- for children abroad are being A musical feature of the lun-. for a period of residence in New All veterans' certificates are

the U. S. Although made ex. and Including the/vA. & P on the terested In Scouting are invitedto packed In classrooms. all over cheon program was a madly of York. now being honored on a first

!lusively under patents of Rohn East. It also Includes the Brad- attend a meeting In the USO Bradford County by members of Christmas songs played by Alvin She was born February 1, 1870 come first served basis, It was

Haas of Philadelphia, plexiglas ford House and other buildingsin building Monday\ night. Dec IB the Junior Red Cross. Lewis, talented BUS accordionist i the daughter of the late David stated.

P not a trade name but Is in the block. The new wholesale at 8 p. m. Many of the boxes containing Names were drawn for the I Levy Alvarez Bradford pioneer,

'ebster's new dictionary.. It is grocery will occupy the three The meeting has been called educational and health supplies club's annual Christmas Tree and the late Rebecra Bowden Boys ArrestedAs

Callable In 10 colors: and Florida center store spaces, just vacated by T. A. Rowand III, field Scout as well as toys will be receivedby which will be held next Wednes Alvarez, of Mandarin. Her husband .

sties can turn out articles In by Sam Rosenberg A Son and executive for the purpose of ef- Christmas Day. according to day. Each member will present I was the late James L. Fra- SuspectsIn

lltional shades with their the building has been enlarged at fecting reorganization made necessary Mrs. Edward Burns Junior Red some other Rotarian with an Inexpensive see, prominent attorney. Theft Series
being the New Cross director of the local Red : She member of the Episcopal .
equipment. the rear adding 1200 square feet by the merging of gift and a "compli was a

Because of the deadline for of storage space to complete a River and Suwannee River Dis Cross Chapter.The mentary" poem. Church and formerly ol Proving that juvenile delinqu-

rders' now awaiting production total of 3600 square feet of floor tricts. boxes are a direct expression of the Woman's Club. ency I. not a solved problem in
e company use two shifts from boys and girls She U survived by one daughter
may space for the newfirm. of Waste Fats Bring Stark, 8-y ar-old Leonard Qrlf-
en manufacturing starts Han- Bradford County. Letters Mrs. Taylor Belcher of Gar tie and
It is stated that deliveries will New Businesses constantly 14-year-old Edgar
n i Uted. thanks from overseas are Increased PricesWith rlaon-on-th-iludson N. Y.; s Scott under lock and
were keyIn
be made or. if desired purchaser'strucks : received by the local
will be loaded at the Fill Most VacanciesLeft being son, James L. Frazee Jr. of Nor. (the county Jail here yesterdayhargerl

Guy To : chapter. reports of a substantial r"lk. Va.| an/lone sister Mrs, : with burglary.TKe .
Manage warehouse. After BlandingMore Classrooms of public parochial countrY-wide rise In the price, Eunice Canova of Starke.

inesville Plant schools each year fill the box. : paid for salvaged used cooking Funeral services were hold at two children are alleged
Preliminary Work than 50 percent of thecity's to; have robbed the cold drink and
es which are distributed through I fats local grocerytnen this week :I o'clock: Wednesday. afternoon in
store vacancies which appeared candy stand operated by Mrs.
[or Coca-Cola Starts MappingOf Red Cross channels. Contents predicted that a similar trend the Episcopal Church with the
on with the Inactivation of hiss Slsiion on Call Street of
of each box have a value of would soon be noted In the price Kv. Fred Yerkes Jr. officiating:
H- Fred Guy manager of the Blanding Area Camp Blanding last winter have approximately 12. It Is required paid to the housewives of Stark. interment was In Crosby Lake about $50 worth of merchandise
arke In approximately and the Temple and Lake Service
Co., reoccupied
Coca-Cola Bottling been
| that each box contain throe p..nclls I One star, Lovett's, said their Cemetery under l the ruction of
r the past several years has William Hurley, chief computerof I the last six months) Establish- three small pads of paper So increase DeWitt C. Janes.Pall Station on Temple avenue of approximately
price was now a slight
n appointed manager of theneaville the White Surveys arrived : ment of the Florida Plastics plant. tooth. 913 worth of gn.d4
a cake of soap toothbrush over the 4c level maintained bearers were L A, (Paul
'Maryland under way : and cash Wednesday night.Chief .
plant and assumed his here from Rockvllle and remodelling
paste and a ball. under OPA. Managementat and Julian Canova N. D. Wainwright -
.Utl In work prellmij Hill's Restaurant In the Bes- I II of Police ,A. L.. Alvarez
[ there Monday. last week to Join for Crayons, games needles buttons the Tip Top expected a higher Jr.. J. It. Walnwrlght ,
I0S.. Newcomb former sales nary to the topographical mapping I sent building, mark arrival of the small aye and other such price to take effect this week-end. D. A. Montelth, W. II. Graham, stated that young' Griff was
aer of the Starke plant bun of a large area adjacent to latest concerns In a series of,enterprises -I
articles are optional. Darby's reported, "We will adhere and Orion\ Likens. picked up Wednesday' afternoon.
i named to succeed Mr. Guy. Camp Blanding. Hurley stated' which are tracing In the last year and a quarter, to the current market prIce The youngster told the Chief that
Newcomb and his family hrfve that the initial phase of the pro- Starke's substantial business II boxes "
more than 300.0OO gift for salvaged fats matching the Driver InjuredAs "I'll soon be nine. Scott who
.n' residents of Starke for sew ject concerns location'of eating comeback.Dry have been shipped from the Unit Increases." Other local grocerieswere resides with his mother just east
1 years and have recently pur- station markers In preparationfor goods stores office. and in foreign Cars Collide
ed States to children this week offering 4c a of town near the Florida Tower
*1 home arrival of field men about have been
the Banford Ritch the eating establishments lands and Light Company substation
'South Orange Street. the first of the year.The cross- placed In the majority of down to continue Collision of a 1937 Ford and .a was arrested Wednesday night in
Housewives are urged
*r. Guy will commute from his shaped area roughly from Sampson town locations Including: Barks- Board Continues wash fats which Mack truck at the Intersection the Park Theatre, the Manhall

e* in Starke to Gainesville for to the St Johns, and from dale's Smart Shoppe, Central Dry salvaging needed !In the manufacture of Rout* 100 and 200 Wednesday stated: Mr. Alvarez added that
to the Ocala Na. Way White's ProbeAn are so vitally ,noon brought minor Injuries and
time County
being. Duval Goods the Milky Drainage and ether house ;hers are the same two questioned
tlonal Forest will be mapped by Surveys, and the Biggs Baker of soap cruises to E. W. Griffin of King'sMountain In connection with the rubbery -

:Ott'* Hobby Shop approximately 30 men experienced Bicycle and Toy Shop. Inquiry ,into Bradford'sdrainage hold necessities N. C. of Cjulgley/' Davis several
latitude !. at this reported as driving
of longitude problems, begun Griffin was
to the
In survey of Rosenberg's months .
Transfer ago
Pen To Public and elevation.It Denmark building at Call and month's meeting of the County Recent BirthsMr. southward, under the red R. P. McLendon State Fifrrnfingerprint
continued his Ford wan struck
stated that local employ- has filled the space Commissioners was light; when called In.
Pcott's located at Is Thompson various W. C. Broughton ) export was
Hobby Shop with inspections of and Mrs. heavily by the east-bound track
3 ment by the company will prob- formerly occupied by Shafkln's.Meanwhile Monday the Police Clilef explained, andound .
Temple Avenue adjacent localities by members of the Starke girl (Wilma The lighter vehlcl: was knock..Jsrllle
Include a quota of 'preparations are be- of the two
the fingerprints
L'nlon Bus Station is Starke'selt ably 1st and John R. Slade. division November 19th. 23 yards Into the driveway
and chalnmen after January made for a wholesale groceryto group In the Temple and Lake
business and opened Its'n could not be specified ing Woodbridge engineer of the State Road I Mr. and Mrs.\ G. F. Kelly> of IfuunUm's Service Station. The youths
Further details be operated In the fervlce Station. A flashlight
i to the public this week. who Department. Stark, girl' (Martha Ann) November Ford was badly damaged.
this time. C. H. Nasworthy from the Service Station
at building by ttolcn
e con. roads
a large from
Shop featuring of drainage .
i announced purchased this business Reports 21st.Mr. found behind the KlJMon' shop
civilian project recently was
Ponary line, alms to carry un- The weeks ago will be block. onto adjacent farmlands promptedthe and Mrs. J. C. Barton, New Year Races Weilnnwlay thus connecting the
t1 such as pottery locally two which was madeat
gift Items the War Department few remaining Investigation Starke boy (J. C., Jr.). November two crimes. Most of the stolen
| novelties completed comparatively and W.
wing, handwork and M. the Raymond Prevatt Hors races will be held at the
in under supervision of H. vacancies Include: the site ofDyke's Included 23th (orals were recover.d.Warrants .
be found and Wednesday
Previously to properties East: Call Street
Bessent track: on
A. Vaniant
RIta C.
the and Mrs arrests wereuud
Rockvllle. near Mr for the
'ke and all at reasonable White of other farms north of Starke afternoon Jan. 1 (NewV.ar'
large stock theatre and the Park Restauranton Oak section. Lawtey. girl (Carlene Diana), to an announcement by County Judge e:. K.
P and already a TELEGlJXwi: has just received at and In the Water Day, according
The Walnut. Angelo'e December 3rd. and the cases are expected
hand South for thecSrainAl' ferryman <
1 this merchandise Is on quality REAL Corrective measures yesterday by Lucian
new pre-war and Madison two former discussed Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Warren : to come before hiss forHspcwal
[ the Christmas trade. bands. Plenty r Thompson problems' were Lilian). De- Conner, Chamber of Commerce
of Rosen.berg'
TIt" new store is housed In a110me rubber and -nap and army stores east the and plans outlined during the inspection Stark, girl! (Patsy secretary. tats weekend.
and is .t-.t-c-b and a tavern near cember 5th.
new building Four size at 49o per .
and operated by Mr. and quarter-pound strength. box. A real bargain. Starke Hotel.

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEstablished Sonny Hess, Who Fooled The Doctrs,I At Practice The Is Tabernacle In progress for a !LONG.MISTLETOE all EVENTFUL Christmas HAS ,KNOWN HISTORYOf greens, the these tlon But church honors the Plant fo wo,
1877 I Christmas program to be presented best-loved, probably is the mistletoe was not allowed in estab

C. L Matthews ..._____ 1 Editor and Owner \Will Enjoy Fourth Christmas In FloridaRoy i i holidays.at the Tabernacle Although the during young the enced, which the most likewise eventful has history experi- and cause It of Is told its that pagan/any PI"ue, I\cl''

I busy In school, they would stop in !
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered fc. Second CLaM Matter -I people are of all plants. their sera
M the Post Office at Starke Florida. (Sonny) Hess, aged 4, recently are faithful In attending re- In the days of pagan worshipin tiny bit were piecl an, 4 l
of Rochester, N. Y., and i' hearsula. England the mistletoe was Ices waited until the
now of Hampton Beach, becamea w The Rev. Roger Congdon. dean chosen for great honors, beingcut green was remo,,..T
national celebrity the hard way. of the Atlanta Bible Institute from its host, the oak tree, It later centime,, ,
That. u t
It Seems Many local residents will recall f and A. Bowen, a student at the with golden axes. It was gathered again the symhui rf,
The statement made last week by officials of Florida -I the news accounts, two years I Institute will be guests of the for the people and a bit givento friendship and 4ai. iln*,
ago, of Sonny's Christmas and Tabernacle during the holidays. each 4o ward off ill- tacked
person on the ,
Plastics to the effect that it would have been impos- has i I"
birthday celebration-on the first Mills Ruth Bates, who ness. token 'rway
sible for them to complete negotiations and establisha Sunday in December. The day been the guest of her uncle and I or friends grecll,
plant in Starke without the assistance and coop- was advanced because the doctors aunt, Mr./and Mrs. J. T Quigley. .... -
eration received from the Starke Chamber of Com- said the little boy wouldn't live has returned to her home In Sci-
merce and ,the Starke Rotary Club is significant and I until the 25th. When he was tuate, Mass. She endeared her-

should answer once and for all the individual who I stricken suddenly by nephritis, a I self to the hearts of .all while HAVE YOU TRIED THE NEW
stands on the sidelines! offering his support to no civic rare kidney disease, the epeclall here !l.TtANT I
organization and turning aside all requests for help ists told his parents, I Tuesday night the Rev. Albert
benefitto Mrs. Sylvester Hess, that his condition -' Kahler was the speaker and his GOLDEN PALE ALE?
with the reply that such organizations are of no i
was incurable.The I message was much enjoyed. 11.0flTLAN
the community anyway.It symptoms of the Illness' el Friday night, Don Crawford of I
is true that sometimes the results of work per- were manifest almost overnightIn ,+e+ Sarasota, regional vice presidentof
formed by civic groups are not apparent on the surface August, 1944. :Mr. Hess fellow t N.L.E.A., will be at the Tab- ;,.
and are difficult to see-especially by those who do not employees at a navy Installa- ernacle to address the meeting.: IC .
care to see and who make na effort to investigate the tion in Rochester heard about: The laymen will be In charge and
facts. It might take a year or more for such effortsto Sonny and swiftly resolved that: visitors from Gainesville, Jack- Ale 111111 fR
produce results and there might be many failures- he'd have that big Christmas sonville\ and other places will at- are lhe.Ltad"J' '
false starts along the But, as is true with and his birthday party too for he I the yard with his brother Clyde tend. All are welcome. Don't
was born on the Yuletide The aged 6, and his sister, Sylvia, 8. miss this Laymen's Rally.
any other endeavor, a program of consistent effort overa outpouring of gifts from many Exceptionally alert and Intelligent
period of time is bound to produce results sooner or who heard of the little boy's I]I for his years, he greets visitors
I Blood Plasma
later. In this case!' the efforts of the Chamber of Com- plight became the subject of a gaily, then quickly returns to his
merce to assist in bringing an industry into Starke have news story which was publishedover games In the sunlight of his new Received Here
been successful and all Bradford County should show the nation. home. From Red CrossA
v its appreciation of this organization by supporting it But the real Christmas came, The Hess family supervises the
financially and morally during the.continued years of and then another. For Sonny boy'a salt-free diet, which fea- total of 24 packages of blood
this section's growth. Hess is a lad of Innate strengthand tures goat's milk, chicken, fish, plasma, supplied by the AmericanRed
Florida Plastics officials also I praised the City determination. Now a third cod liver oil and other blood- Cross has been sent to the *
Council for cooperation extended by that body-a large Yuletide approaches, and althoughthe building ingredients. Dr. W E. Bradford County Health Depart MAKE THIS
little fellow still the Middleton will make
fights frequent
factor in making it possible to bring the new industry battle of ment by the Florida State Boardof << '
his of
nephritis, conditionis tests and checks Sonny's prog
Health to be made availableto
here. It is this spirit of cooperationpervading all
so improved that he's virtuallyout ress. QUfriflimasThe
groups and individuals in Starke, that has made oursa of phyaiflan's' care. His par Mr Hess Is by trade an Inspec- This hospitals number and of physicians.packages, bas- <<
good town and will keep it so. ents have taken charge of the
tor-Including radio, telephone, ed on estimated needs for the
blood-building treatment which switchboard and airplane Inspec- county during the next year,, t1 Finest Ever
CHRISTMAS IN THE AIR will spell triumph over the dis tion. He was employed by the comes from a total of 15,000 n
Already the feel of Christmas is getting into the ease. Since the symptoms are I Navy in that capacity and "before packages of blood plasma trans- .
air with package wrapping and Christmas cards finding less evident in warm weather, the war was with the Strom- ferred by the Red Cross to the their places on local counters. Even though it might they've selected Florida for a!! berg-Carlson Manufacturing Com Health Board for distribution to

have lost a lot of the zest and some of the joy for some year-round After considerable residence. in pany. He's left that position, and hospitals and physicians all over << and buy them from
of the older citizens that it held in the days of their will go anywhere and do any- Florida. _
finding a home, the Hess family
thing that his son's health re Although the blood plasma itself '.
youth, we are sure there is not a man or woman in recently rented the Adams placeon quires. If possible, he hopes to Is free to patients, hospitalsand g Tyus Dry Goods

Starke who would abolish it. an attractive location at find a Job'In his line of work In physicians may charge for ., ... f.1
We like to look back to Christmas in years gone by Hampton Beach. or near Starke. administering It, it was stated<
and compare the many changes in customs in its cele- Sonny's last operation his The family reported themselveswell A Few Suggestions -
bration over these years. You can remember when it 26th was in November, 1945. pleased with their new loca- The TELEGRAPH has just received n
was not considered good form for any young man to Since then he's growing stronger tion, which Is dry and sandy new pre-war quality REAL: IIOSE HATS SHIRTS DRESSES
give his best girl any article of wearing apparel. It each week. with a broad view of the lake. rubber bands Plenty o f P LINGERIE TIES BATH ROBES

was too personal a gift and also might indicate that Today the dimpled, blueeyedlittle Prior to moving here they had s-t-r-e-t-c-h. and snap andstrength CHENILLE & JACQUARD SPREADS
Four sixes at 490
her folks had been neglecting to clothe her. The proper boy Is the delight of his I met the housing shortage by securing quarter-pound box.:A: real bargain.per CHENILLE BATH SETS
gift under these circumstances was an album, a toilet neighbors. ,He plays hard and a month's residence at GIFT SETS
laughs often as he runs about Lake Geneva. TOYS FOR ALL THE KIDDIES
set or candy. Today our Christmas giving is on a sen-
sible basis and gifts of service are the more appropriate U Astig :
;1 and the Circus Coming Fresh stock of excellent typewriter CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
usually most appreciated. We buy more frequently -
.. ribbons at TilE TELE- Shop and
for the home than formerly with'occasional- '- ,,--. Early Wisely
: GRAPH. Only 600 each for all
chairs lamps dishes silverware and household .. ,
rugs ,
makes and
.... typewriters adding Shop at
appliances., To possess comfort for all the family every ." machines.: g
\ member can make his giving one which all can enjoy. E
Human nature hasn't changed much, even if Christmas _
celebration has. Let's ,,make it a 'serviceable Christmas. IS YOUR LIVER \) .
Buy in Starke.

r, Nearly two thousand years ago a babe was born in of constipation or faulty dleestlon <
Bethlehem of Judea. The inn crowded in that tom'"y ? If you feel bilious sour
was so bloated with gas, headachy blue! O
i1 1\\ place that there was no room for the virgin mother, grouchy you may be putting: too big I: O
and the child was born in a manger. Surely a lowly a burden food on your becomes liver. Retained putrefactive undigested -, f

birth place. Wise men, guided by a star, came from the ? causes toxins which overload the
I', East to worship this manger child who'' was destined liver.*keeping it from working prop-
erly. Then is the time to relieve your
:, to reorganize the world. This child was the Christ, son tired liver by letting Calotabs help ,
; of the, Eternal God. He came into the world with the nature sweep the putrefactive and PHARMACISTPhone
[ greatest mission that could be given, with the greatest vFF stomach partially and digested intestines.matter Nothing from your acts P A Name To RememberCHILDREN'S

'' responsibility that could be imposed! -to make the most Just like good old Calotabs.Use as directed 64 STARKE '1.
r loo and 25c at your druggists. WEAR A SPECIALTY
\'; monumental sacrifice that could be imagined-death On-the-Minit Service

r, on the cross-that there might be a resurrection and an Take CALOTABS
" eternal life, and that through Him these might be at-

tained by men.Christ's .
entire life was one of sacrificial service. r p 9u

I He taught agospel of love a gospel of peace, a gospel
of care, a gospel of sacrifice and this is the Gospel
which has spread over the world and shown men and .
i women whole nations and peoples how to live and love

and serve. ... ; ,. Housework
Soon we will once again celebrate the birthday off
this great Saviour. The inspiration of the occasion a' e

r should be such that we will forget the littleness of life, Pictured, above is one of the
.the jealousies that are too often a part of us. The nar- many stellar acts that will appear -
" rowness that makes us little and mean. The inspira- with the King Bros. Circus '
tion of the occasion should be such as to elevate us to when it comes to Starke for one pause
,;; a higher plane of manhood and womanhood. day, Saturday Dec. 14.

; Too often we use the Christmas season as an occasion .
I !! for giving to our friends and loved ones handsome I %

gifts, and expecting from them like returns.
.' That should not be a part of Christmas. Remem GET 7HE

,1 ; trances are kind and worthwhile but these should be SPFfDY S/Rf
manifest by inexpensive tokens not costly gifts. KEUEFFORACIP
Christmas has become too thoroughly commercialized.

:. The n edy ones around us should be the recipients of INDICES TONI .,"
our thoughts and our gifts at Christmas time. That

was how Christ did things, and as Christ, set the example -
so it should be followed by our people of today. L I
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dated that Insurance Recruiting Office* and forwarded I
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Iveteran's estate, and would the Surgeon General. All Interested
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Judging b y advance reports over chairs and unicycle riding on
TREES SILVERED-$1.00 UP from other towns where they have the thin steel wire provide I
shown this season, youngsters and plenty of thrills. I
adults, too, can expect a real Fun on the horizontal bar was
)RAKE SIGN, SERVICE treat and not another "gyp" when uncorked by the Forest Brothers, ANO

the King Bros, Circus gives two one of whom, dressed fls clown, Mr "JHluns '
305 N. CHURCH ST. I performances under the big top burlesqued, the other's feats ot f I
here on Saturday, Dec 11, at 2 strength and nklll and the Clttrkonlan IS
"- p. m. and 8 p. m. The show Troop of English Juggler .. __ _
Adr.rH.-w.f grounds are located just south of added! new life to such stand-by -
--- town on the Gainesville highway as plate spinning and knife man TWOHEADS

:. From'where I sit...// Joe Marsh This of the circus better, which\small Is outfits evidentlyone on ipulatlng Special praise should also be CRISPY LETTUCE 25c

\ % the road, was.will: received; in -Iven.1.o. Captain jMuA Ijawinh and ....
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7' MAINE U. S. No.: 1
A Grand to newspaper accounts The : the three beautiful trapeze -
Gainesville Dally Sun containedthe

artists who swung gracefully high
following enthusiastic: review over the heads of the audience.
American Tradition after the circus had shown there: the unidentified young lady who POTATOES 10 Ibs. 31c
The King Brothers Circus, swung from her teeth in the very
I Cuppers had a fraud old blonde ones-Vermont accents and which. had to give two complete top of the big tent; Lee Hlnck
here last to band and all the other
}reunion last weelt-lol' thee Alabamadrawls-doctoreandfarm- performances night ley's ; per
accommodate the crowds, formers and animals which
was helped
since the var. ers ...all with their differences of
well deserving of its popularity, to make the show one long to be
|and little by taste and politics yet as close and remembered. YELLOW ONIONS Ib. .. 5c
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I train, from as far west cleanest and most enjoyable Costumes and all-round appearance -
iska and aa far east as could be.From. shows that ever pitched a tent of the circus personnel was
t They crowded Dee and where I sit, it's a great on the Lynch show grounds. In keeping with the calibre of the
}house, set up quarters in American tradition-not just family Every act, from the trained dog acts, and the general atmosphere FANCY ENGLISH WALNUTS I Ib. 49c
I, or stopped with neigh- reunions but the ability to get opener to the elephant finale, wan of fdendllnesa which prevailed be.
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ft'have imagined I regardless of differences of taste- no "padding" and everything unusual and appreciated. PILLSBURY'S BEST
whether it's taste for politics ort moved at a fast clip In true Typical Illustration of this com
luked to their final SaferI beer cider.Copyright "showmanllke" fashion The radshlp took place during the
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School SWEET\ PEAS 2 Cans 29cSwift's
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w equilibrists were billed as the show attraction, the zoo, where
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Gifts of Gemey and dizzy leaps from the the children and charmed the
springboard to their partner's adults. Another feature decidedlyto
shoulders, several other acts received the circus' favor was the absence Mi1adz !!
fragrant sequence of Cemey, famous Richard HuJnut equal applauHe. of any games of chance or
Christine, ..\ lovely gambling devices.
scent with the sparkle of gems, Is lure to, delight very young
lady who had the audience.gasping All in all it was a good
every fastidious woman. with her series of one-arm show; and owner Floyd King, who, !PI.IRW,
revolutions high in the air gave a the last time I saw him was In ;I
performance which in my opinIon <. his shirt sleeves helping to seat

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SOCIETY and CLUBSAdkins I Ladies AuxiliaryHas U. D. C. President iv: ('01'rmrrrr VI'V. FI.OHIUil COURT UI1tfFOID IN tHA.NMlldred : -I ford Clerk one-half of County.the interest Circuit Flu.-Court Edna W. H.of Manning Brad-Hart dente Street:: You, and queens address., New I y., ,"_--=' I,1,

CKIt v. are
Yule ProgramThe Names CommitteesMrs. : F. Cooper Plaintiff. ,Case ve. Hart oiio-half Interest 12-13 Htarke 4t, Fla.1-3 January 13.required 1947, lu i t., n
Edgar/ A. Cooper, Defendant named oourt and r.,>,I" "It

Ladles Auxiliary of the E. K. Perryman, newly No ORDER 11279. OF PUriLICATIOM IV riHTUT COl'lir. lllt\l>KOIin I I Bounty plaintiff Telegraph seeks dlvor.. r "If'" "|"
HomeIs Christmas Musicale First Presbyterian. Church held a elected president of the W. T. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR C'Oli\'Y! FLOHIIIll: Cll\- Order In next four ahllil I I'' i ;rdi
STATE OF FLORIDA: Edgar I (;'..;IIY. hand w"I\, ,,, ",";,?r{,
Scene of W.S.G.S. And Tea EnjoyedAt combined business program and Weeks Chapter. U.D.C., appointed A. Cooper whose residence and address Elmer in we.Forbes, Plaintiff, vs. seal at .Starke, Florid.11.,, I I I:
social meeting Tuesday night at her committee chairmen and In. : 1406 South Main Street, Loretta Ruth Forbes Defendant cumber 12, 1948. 'I.lip:.'I!

Christmas PartyThe Woman's Club the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. members for the year at the Anderson You are South required Carolina.to appear on Case No. 5281.OIIDER OF. PUBLICATIONAND (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J T''. ,
Duncan on North Walnut Street. regular meeting: held Wednesday January It, 1947 In the above NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said' Court 'I"i an,
home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Artistic arrangements of poinsettias wherein FLORIDA tOI Mrs. T. Frank T.andrum
named court and cause, STATE OF IItarl-: ,' I
afternoon Dec. 4 at 3:30 o'clock.
The devotional portion of the Bradford Atty. for Plt
on North Walnut Street was the red berries varl-colorecl. plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Loretta Ruth Forbes, whose resi I I. I It
conducted by Mrs. Appointments were as follows: County Telearraoh Khali publish this 1 1.1 3
was .
scene Monday afternoon of a pine cones and silvered leaves program I Order- In next, four weekly I..u"( - '
beautiful Christmas party when were used In decorating the spaci- E M. Davis and Included group Courtesy: Miss Olive Ray :Miss I Witness my hand and official \

Mrs. Adkins Mrs. W. E. Middle- ous auditorium of the Woman'sClub singing of "Oh Little Town of Madge Middleton, Mrs. Hal Ed deal at 11.tar:8.Florida., thin December I

Bethlehem" and "Hark! the Her wards. OFFICIAL A. J. Thomas. "" K
ton and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Wednesday afternoon when ( SEAL) .
entertained the two circles of the the annual Christmas Musicalewas ald Angels Sing"; a rea.d1ng."Leisure" Cemetery: Mrs. O. I* Haynes, As Clerk of xatd Court., Florida I ; t 11

Woman's Society of Christian presented. A beautifully by Miss Lucile Mitchell; Mrs. U A. Davis. Mrs J. E. Wilson D.Atty.K. for Knight Plf. Starke 12-13 4t 1-3 K'JI

Service of the Methodist Church. lighted Christmas tree added a a solo "White Christmas" by _, ,.

Poinsettias and Christmas ber- further note of charm and festi Miss Margaret Rose Duncan with Publicity: Miss Madge Middle- iv: CIRCUIT COURT nnADFORD, I

ries were used with native green vity to the scene. piano accompaniment by Mrs. ton Mrs W. O.,Hailer Mrs. E. L. COUNTY. FLOIUUAI CYAN.CERY. -I I K; K'

in for thla occa- Duncan; and a talk entitled Matthews. Rosalie Moran. Plaintiff vn Jovph .
ery decorating :Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, chairman of .
"Meditation" reading of the U.D.C. Magazine: Mrs L. A. Moran Defendant. Case No. 5270. ,
a .
sion. Placed in one corner of the the club's Department of Music ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND K.
den was the gaily ornamented presented the following program: Christmas scripture from the Davis NOTICE) TO APPEAR
Christmas tree. Book'of Luke, and prayer, all by Hostesses for the'year were announced STATE OF FLORIDA to: JosephMoran
"Jesus Joy of Man's Desiring"Bach Mrs Davis. as follows: whose reHldence. and ad- V ,
Mrs. Adkins and Mrs. A. W. ( ) and "Scherze in B FlatMinor" dries la: 6021 Elmwood Avenue
January Mrs. A Z, Adkins
President of ; Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. J. R. Kite
Anderson circle trans-
leaders (Cbopln) played by Miss the February, Mrs. L. A. Davis r Tou are required to appear on ,
the Auxiliary, presided over
acted the business of the two
Fredrika Edwards talented young March Mrs. E. K.' Perryman; January 13, 1947. In the above
circles, after which Mrs. W. O. business'portion of the meetingand named court and cause, wherein
Jacksonville pianist. in ,addition to routine business April Mrs. W. F. Godwin; May, 'I plaintiff eeeka divorce. Bradford.
Halle announced the program. "Cantlque de Noel". Adolph Mrs. E. L."Matthews; June An- County Telegraph shall publish this 'I For HIM 1 J For HER J''
Mrs. W. J. Churchwell had the organization made plansto I Order In next four weekly Innue
Adams) and "Old Buttermik assist the Sunday school with nual picnic; October Mrs. M. F. Witness my hand and officialaenl
charge of the devotion and gave Sky", accordion solos by Alvin Brown; November. Mrs. 1. G at Starke, Florida this December ,
its Christmas tree' De-
an Inspiring talk on "Where CanI Lewis.A program 10, 1946.
Find Jesus?" Preceding the devotional cember 21.During, Powell; December to be announc- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, fl Ties Dresses 1if
medly of Christmas songs, Ai Clerk of said Court [
Mrs. Churchwell.th nked the delightful social ed.The
"White Christmas" and "Silent Chapter voted'to buy a $5: By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Socks Coats n
the ladles for the ,addition of a hour which followed names were
T. Frank T.nndrum, Starke, Fla.
Night", by Misses Lou Edwards tuberculosis bond.
new porch to the par801'1age."The sung drawn and Christmas gifts were Atty. for Plf. 12-13 4t 1-3 1
Marian Brown and Janet Mrs. L. A. Davis chapter historian Belts
Innkeeper's Sons", a play exchanged by the 18 membersand -
Anderson, accompanied at the gave a very novel and Interesting -
let Mrs. E. L. Mat three visitors The
was given by present. .
piano by Miss Barbara Moore. program conducting an COUNTY FLORIDA l.V: CHAN.CEHY. Sport Shirts Shoes'
thews and Christmas carols sung hostess Mrs. Duncan, served her ; .
during the playlet, were song by The brief business session was guests a delicious salad course "Information Please" quiz on men Shirley Achenbach. Plaintiff. v..' Key Chains Bedroom Slippers
of the -
Mrs. Churchwell Mrs H., K. held preceding the program, and I and coffee. Confederacy.The Cane Robert No.L.6280.Achenbach Defendant. g I
report of the general convention -
Mrs. Grace Ensign field
Ferryman Mrs. D E. Knight and repre- For the occasion Mrs. Duncan ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Tie Chains Slips
which held in Jack-
Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. F. M. sentative of tha. State Tuberculosis -! was NOTICE! TO APPEAR
enhanced the charm of her home
son, Miss, in November was S
Long accompanied at .the piano. and Health Association gave, STATE OF FLORIDA to Robert Trousers Panties
with Christmas decorations of .
made by Mrs. L. A. Davis. L. Achenbaoh, whose residence la
Mrs. A. Wood acted as Santa an interesting talk on the work holly and red berries. 1501 East. Cumberland Street Lebanon -
Claus and distributed gifts to all that Is carried on with funds received Mrs. O. L. Beasley was hostess Pennsylvania.You j, Bedroom Slippers. Sweaters f

members She from the sale of Christmas for the meeting at her home on are required to appear on
present was seals. Betty Sue Sexton Walnut St. Beautiful arrange- January U, 1047 In the above t\ Shoes Bags [1I
assisted by Mrs. H. C. Rltch named Court and cause, wherein
Mrs. J. B. Cottrell and Mrs. A. Following the program a delightful Honoree At PartyMiss ments of red roses and red zinnias plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford this Hats Costume JewelryROBBINS'
were placed throughout the (ounty Telegraph shall publish
W. Anderson. Gifts for Brewster tea was enjoyed by the Order In next four weekly. Isaues.Witness .
lower floor where the guests
Hospital were brought by the fifty members and guests who. II Betty Sue Sexton was the my hand and official f
members to this party.Following were present. honoree at a birthday party given were entertained. seal at Starke, Florida this De- I
During the social hour Mrs. ember 12, 1946.
the distribution of The lace-covered tea table was Saturday night at the home of Beasley assisted by Mrs. M. F. (OFFIC'AL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ,
gifts the hostess assisted by Mrs. centered with an exquisite ar her sister, Mrs. Lillian Chapman.I Miss As Clerk of said Court. 6I
Brown and Middle-
H. M. Richarde. and Mrs. E. L. rangement of red and silver leaves Beginning with a Madge Ely Lucille C, Conner D. C.
scavenger ton, served a delicious salad .
Zilch IT. ,
Douglas Gainesville Fla.
:Matthews served delicious salad and silver spikes resting bright
a on
hunt festivities included'a num-
course with hot tea. Atty. for Plf. 12-13 4t 1-3 k
course with hot tea. green foliage. Tall, burning red ber of games and contests and )} 6C

About 40 members tapers in poinsettia holders bal-
were presentto continued until a late hour. NOTICI\1
enjoy the afternoon meetingand anced, the central: embellishment. Jr. Woman's Club I Notice Is hereby given that the
The Christmas motif used
party.CHRISTMAS. Presiding at the silver service In decorations and refreshments was Has Xmas Program i undersigned under the are fictitious engaged name In business of- | ,USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN

was Mrs. R. A. Green president and nerved lart's Beauty Kalon located onThompson
guests were dalntly
Street In the City of
of the club.Hostesses.
moon-shaped sandwiches, nUta'mlnta. The Starke Junior Woman's'Club Starke: Bradford County Florida, 9
for the afternoonwere Coca-Colas and slices of held its regular meeting II and Intends to register the said
Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs.T. fktltlous name In the Office of the ,
the cake which Thursday night, Dec. :5, at 7:30 .
It. Oaborne.Mrs. A. F. Sauls was a lovely gift of birthday Robert Lappe, o'clock in the club building.The ..____._ ______ _._ _,_J_._ _'_-_._..___ _._ _,..,___.:

Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mrs. Ruby interesting program featured '
Johns Mrs. A. Z, Adkins Mrs.J. Mrs. Georgia Sexton and S. G. a reading by Mrs. L. G. '

L. Anderson Mrs R. A. Green, Denmark assisted Mrs. Chapmanwith Powell entitled ""The Other

Mrs. M L. Klckllter Mrs. J. M. refreshments and entertain- Wise Man", and Miss Garnita ; GIFTS.I I

Mitchell Mrs. A, Hartmann and ment.About Hutto sang "White Christmas". .
forty members of the
Mrs. J. O. McGriff. During the business session plans (
set attended.
Ib Hostesses greeting guests at were made for a formal Christmas .

the door at the beginning of the dance with an orchestra. on

meeting were Mrs. Mitchell t (Mrs." Eastern Star. Notice December 26. Beautiful. and Distinctive {

Hartmann, and" Mrs. Sauls.. During the socjal period delicious ,
Waldo No. O.E.S.
Chapter refreshments of hot choc-

GIFTS! File boxes: card' cabinets Indexes will hold its regular'meeting Friday olate, sandwiches and cheese Deer and Ducks for Your Lawn, 1.50 up

filing cartl", and all filing Dec. 13, at 7:30 Pol m.-Mrs. crackers were served by the
Colorful Woven and From 1.50
needs at The TCUCGRAPIL Martha Strickland. W. M. hostesses. Rugs Bags

Costume Jewels from 5th Zanesville Ornamental Urns 3.75

Avenue N Y. Pins, Necklaces ,

Ear Bobs (Including Christmas DanceThe LaVerne Pottery, 1.75

Bracelets beautiful. and rhinestone Compacts ones. )., i City's annual Christmas 2 In 1 Dolls, 1.50. upSCOTT'S

e Cy dance, this year under co-spon-

Ethel-Lea-Nore Sachets sorship of the Junior Woman's

Club and the American Legion HOBBY SHOP
,\ aste Baskets, 'Jewel Boxes
has been announced for Thurs
Perfume Bottles
Dresser Well another football season Maxie Carter, made a "regal" day December 26. .
Seta : Small
Trays. and metal Waste decorative Bas- has passed into history andwasn't looking couple as they reignedover It la stated that the gala eventis GO3) TEMPLE AVENUE .1

kets Linen Handkerchiefs, It a grand and glorious the festivities planned for the BHS auditorium ow--._,.:. _---'-__,_ _._,_ _._.___.. .1I
finish with Be of the old I
Handkerchief Folders for the grads back for many Homecoming', and .-" building (formerly the _._.____________n_._.____ ,- .-,---..---..) I
traveller Silk and Wool Scarfs Congratulations to Mr. and USO), with music by Joe Harrison
such a festive gathering in the
> Sachets for the traveller Mrs. John Uglow who celebrated and his orchestra of Gaines I
USO afterwards .
e building their 68th wedding anniversary ville's 400 Club. The dance will

Large variety for the children Among those from far-off places today Both still In good health be formal with the hours from JJo 1m. & Cc warJJ
the Paul
of all ages. Infants game was and enjoying the fruits of a 9:30: p. m. to 1:30 a. m. Tickets

gifts for boy or girl Small Knight who flew down for a pleasant old age r Pvt, Bobby will be sold at $1.10 per person,

dolls books rat tIers, caps couple of day from his program Biggs leaves for California today with advance purchases availableat I
arranging duties at NBC Methinks JnfaiJ
shoes, bootees, and the Animal and expects to start overseas duty local drug stores. Slerling Sifl/erpl le52Piece
those Senior
Circus Children's Stationery sponsorsJackie shortly thereafter Hear that
Hasklns, Harvene Watter- Marian Brown enjoyed the Fall KindergartenChristmas
e son, Betty Home and June Hall Frolic at the University last

Candles for every occasion never looked more lovely than weekend on the bid of Mack ProgramParents

Hurricane Lamps Ice Bowls when they strolled out on the Futch Margie Davis was also
field between halves, on the arms of kindergarten chil-
with tongs Water Pitchers a participant In said festivities
with of their gallant escorts and received dren are especially invited to at-
stirrers and glass Console Joan Carpenter la off to
Sets Stationery for corsages from Tornado Jacksonville today to be one of tend the Kindergarten's Christmas -

teen-agers and grown-ups Captalna Jim Brown Godwin and the belle of the Bolles ball to. program at BHS Tuesday

XMAS SEALS and XMAS Charles Mooney night morning December 17, at 9:43: : J

PAPERS for wrapping o'clock I Mrs. Martha Smith Service for 8 With Chest
e The scene In the USO afterwards teacher and sponsor of the school
Beautiful was memorable with a Spotted an* Jotted i Elaine Edwards said yesterday.
silver-plated Candle-
Sticks. Compotes. Bon Bon huge log fire roaring in 'the entertaining at home witha 68.50

Dishes, Flower Bowls. Water lounge (and quite popular it was, fish supper Monday night Parrish SupperThe ,
too. until everyone got thawed Bessie Davis trying to get rid of
Sets, and Cocktail Sets .
e out from bleacher-sitting) ,. a bird dog that adopted her last Annual
Among the old grads mingling week (Shouldn't have much Congregational #
A beautiful assortment of Meeting and
with the trouble at this time of of St. Mark'Church
undergrade were Dot year, -
Table Lamps Men's Lamps, will be ;
Ash and Bill Powell, Gladys and Rob seems to me) Dewey Williams held tonight (Fri- I"W KoyerA Silverplat
Traya, Cigar Boxes and day) at 6:13: : at The Church Ser-
ert Green. exhibiting an armadillo
Bobby Jackson Edwin
Cigarette Boxes Bridge vice Center. The
Rev. .
Cards Green and Thelma Dinkins keep that he bagged on a recent trip David i I;, "
single and double decks Rose will be the
also ing an eye on daughter. Jo Ann to the Ocala National Forest principal guest : p 50-PIECE SET v"-
packed single and speaker. A full '
double in leather cases for who was runneraip for honors as I I (but he'd rather have a deer) earnestly attendance Is .

gifts Men's Lotions and Queen Climax of the evening Fred Guy commuting to his new urged.MoyerStrickland '!! >, -V::

Colognes of course, wife the "crowningevent" Job with Coca Cola In Gainesville ,,1-'" l 33.75 : ; "

and Jackie Haskina was Kay Hart feeding pop .* ,

Antique and the fine gifts the very lovely selection for this corn to a stray dog'while window Mr\ and Mrs. Harry W. e=1 ; : ,1 J, .. JK,; .

for the Xmas table in dessert honor She and her escort shopping In front of Priest's Jacksonville Moyerof '* S
announce the "
en- .
plates anti bread and butters Leila Mundy, scooping the townas gagement of their daughter Beth ;.l" NEW SHIPMENT i; ;. .

Crystal Punch Bowl and usual by getting her Christmas to Frow W. Strickland sor.--uZ

cups Fruit Coupe Deml- If, decorations up first Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo S. Strick .Lady's & Gent's Bulova and Elgin Watches
an I
Tasse Cups and Saucers for land of Kingsley Lake. The ceremony
the collectors Sorry to hear that so many will take place
.. is worth havingit Callatreetera are under the Saturday WIDE PRICE 'RANGE
evening Dec. 28. at 8 o'clock In _
A lovely line of Junior Slips weather in varying degrees of the Riverside Park Methodist I

Gowns, and Robes Also a is ivorIhremembering lUness Better hurry and get Church.

lovely line of Ladles Wearing well in time for Santa Claus "

Apparel Mrs. Harley Strong is In the Ala- W.S.C.S. To MeetThe Parker 51" Pens "Quality Has No Substitute" I

chua County Hospital, and Mary

If short we have a gift for with Sue Epperson Is recovering from I
pictures Woman's
Society of Chris- .
the baby bride man, wife pneumonia in St. Vincent's, Jack- tian Service of the *
sweetheart and friend sonville i Hope everybody Is l First Method -
t Church
O able to be out soon and see Call will hold its monthly

Street at right with the ChrUt- business and program meeting

T. H. Osborne mae lights ablaze The gay- Monday at 3 o'clock afternoon at the December 16, I
I colored bulbs do a lot toward installing Church. Circle GEM JEWELRY CO.

) WHITE BOX 423OK the 'old Yuletide spirit program.No. Two will have charge of the

Miss Kate
CALL AT Struth secretary of

IIOO\EK UROS. STUDIO So long See you at the cir baby mite boxes requests the 109 CALL ST. STARKE
parents of the babies to send in .
cus .
the mite boxes PHONE170I'
as soon as pos

DRESS SHOP Carolyn.: sible. & _,. L. ... .J_ .... _
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DECEIWF.R IS, 1946 '
nR.vnrcmp COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE, nx>nrr A. .
I".1Gh li'n'W. !
--- ... .. .... .. .. '
of LOCAL NEWS Paul Knight: of New York City, Mrs Mae Dickens left I r . ... - ---
IIrs Tuesday _. _
I .. .., ...... .,1\.\ '''.-. ':t. --, ,,,. -,. "
a production manager with NBC, for a few days' visit with her I nnuiJ ,11- ,- .. v_ ... ".\.Olb", '( ", .....' B'J'lf oJftI "N & L n...

spent last weekend here with his sister in Sanford.Mr. ,I

Mrs Carl KIrtley ofBLt I Mrs. Arthur Holiday and baby Knight.parents, Col and Mrs. D. E. and Mrs. Charles Pelaz ofAshville J IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT b

virginia/ were guesta daughter Sara Hope, returned to I! N. C., were here during :

)! Cousin, Edwinand their home here Wednesday from Miss Idalou Davis attractive the weekend visiting MJs Pelza's ()

Kirtle family last week. St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Davis of Starke and a student at P. M. Barefoot. >J
Melster and
A i g
dilly FSCW Tallahassee,
was pledgedto II
I of St. Peters- B. G. Mrs. 1. S. Hutto spent Thurs-
: Middleton
of Atkinson.
1 Citing Barbara the F. J. Shaws Ga. was the guest Phi Alpha Theta, a national day of last week In Jacksonville I
Sunday of Dr.
honorary historical g
K It relatives this week. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Monday. Miss Davis Is fraternity majoring I with Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Tlllman Hutto. J Denmark Furniture Co.
Lvdla Weeks, Mrs. Par- Watch the bulletin board at In History at the college. in spent Saturday !III
Montgomery, Ala. He '
Watt Mrs. Harrison, Scott's for f'pI''lals. was accompanied -
1. Mrs. Kffle Johns had as guests back to Starke his
vv*, J. Epperson were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Grif- sister, Mrs. R. W. Reese by and I Phone 151 Easy Terms Starke, Fla. eWE

[ city last Tuesday. spent the weekend with relativesin fin of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs children who will be holiday J .. ,. .., .
y )Irs,, R- A. Colson and In Orlando. J. J. Gross and Mrs. M. Mc- guests of her parents. Mr. and ... : : "': '. . '': i

Dianne spent Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walker and Crutchln of Jacksonville. Mrs. A. H. Green. SELL

rifle, will leave Sat.I son have recently moved here Come and be fitted for your Apron. for Xmas, lmll\'Idunlly MetalSmoking

[:Mm week's GradY visit in AtlanI : from Cleveland Miss to make fall and Inter SP1KELLA health deMlRnrtl.-Mrt. II. L. Hough, i >I TailorMadeTable ,. '

tt a I their home. Mr. Walker is a garment, cornet, girdle*, and alto 21.4 Park J'I_ I Stands

foreman with the Penrod surgical belts Coraetlere
I Peek returned I Ik Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prather ,
Julian Company now drilling for oil In !Mrs Frank Hoover I Pads
from a month's visit I and children of Lynch, Ky., were 1.95
River area. Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
in Jackaonvllle Knight accompanied called here last week because of S

tlyes on, Ga.Edwin : Mrs. Effie Johns was a week their son, Paul who the serious Illness of Mr. To Fit Your Tables A ChristmasSpecial

I Marshall spent. end guest of her sister, Mrs. MMcCrutchln was their guest to the Jackson- Prather's father W. C. Prather.

In Gainesville.! i and her niece, Mrs ville Airport Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin Mrs. d ..---
1 J. J. Gross which time the latter his
portraits see T. IX Jacksonville. began W. J. Chandler, Henry Godwin U Preserve! the Table ____... p
bag Mrs. Bertha Pearce and son-In. return trip home, to New York and Miss Louise .
!See .ad on page A- I law, E. R. Smith 'were Monday City.Mrs. Sunday afternoon Snyder at Daytona spent d To 'Your Metal: Constructed

1 Mrs. Julian Griffis of visitors to Jacksonville Bertha Pearce and her Beach Dining Room Suit Three Ash Trays

icl, Calif arrived Monan Mrs. Juntas Smith spent several -I guests her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John <<

extended visit with days In Jacksonville last week Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith Uglow and

.//16 mother, Mrs. O. O. with her sister :Mrs. George Ben. and their small daughter, spent Mrs.day of C.last F. Ward week In spent Jacksonvillewith Wednes- RADIOS --' RADIOS -- RADIOS {:

nett.Every Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr.
Mrs. R. L. McDowell and
and Mrs. Ed Ensor.
Scripture Christmas. cards at family.Mr. We Hate 25; RADIOS to sell during Christ- <<

Scott' and Mr. Edwin Williamsand maHe sure to shop NOW. $37 50 "'- i

The Rev Laurie G. Ray of Lake baby and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. $ A gift that any member of the family would <<
branch of Thigpen spent Sunday afternoonIn
Wales was In Starke Saturday enjoy.
visiting Mrs. J. W. White. Mrs Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. ,I

L. C. Ray returned with him to I, Tillman Hutto. Also Record Players and Phonograph .
INSURANCECONSTANT :Mr.! and Mrs. John Inman and ;;: ...
Lake Wales following her visit of
three weeks' duration with relatives daughters. Roberta and Gall of Radio Combinatiofts \)

here and in Jacksonville. St. Petersburg were greeting old(

Xmas Olft-S2-pll't'e sets" Flnta I friends in Starke the first of the )J $ <<
4 LIABILITY .....art'. Rainbow patll'rnI\Ir". week. They are visiting Mrs.

.. SERVICE J. M. Mitchell 302 \V. \Madliwiii. Inman's mother Mrs. A. D. Zach- 6 J A LARGE LOAD OF S
arias in Lake t
Butler. Mr In- -
OVER !SO YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Eilmond Tenly (

THEFT hail as guests for Thanksgiving man Is superintendent of opera I Forest Bedroom FurnitureSolid
holidays her father and his wife. tion with the U. S. Airlines, Inc. ;} 't S
of St. Petersburg.Suit r
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walters of
FIRE dresses, .sweaters rwlurr-tl Maple or Solid Elm
Jacksonville; her aunts Mrs. I) S
C. WALL AGENCY 1-3 at Smart
Slioppp. _
N. Shivers of Ashburn. Ga., and
Miss Olive Ray has moved from Twin or Double lltnls Roland Plate
of Cordele
Mrs. B. N. Shivers ,
her former residence N Walnut hiss MirrorsCome S
Ga.; and J. F. Kickllter of Kings-
Please Phone 146 Street and is making her

ley Mrs.Lake.Jeanette Kincaid and a home with her sister Mrs J. W. in and inspect; ; this fine <<

White. The Ray home is now occupied "
party of friends returned last
by Mr. and :Mrs.! M. W. furniture
week from a two weeks' trip to g !
Va. Stephens and son. Mr. Stephens (We recehrcl this alloted hauls
Ashland Ky., Wllllamsburg on an )

and Columbus Ohio. Is manager of the local A &" P " " " 4 j
i iTROU'r
Store. f: :
Poole returnedto
Mrs. Frances
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Love of Vat-
f fWe
her home In Miami Tuesday Dolls-Dolls-Dolls 3.25 i
101 R FARM, CITY AND tlllllCH 'KTS KOli Now 1UITVII.IIIK after a week's visit with her sister dosta Ga., were Thanksgiving }} up
\ guests of Mrs. Love's uncle and
All We have Rifts !
RlY. (itrl'a ANI> UTILITIES Mrs. Ernest Phillips. many
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. New-
la-n-so-zs-zi OKI'ISKItS: KTKXPRKSS 21-2S/ FT Miss Madge BrownH-e will\ arrive some. for the children suchCOASTERS <<

kNI'IOI'lEH: < CHIMSKHU 1>r.I.\Txi\ home next Wednesday for as. .
SELLS UF.AL 26 KT AND\ BUI'KR: lULt'XHl: the Christmas holidays from her Thanksgiving Day guests of
Es'rATFIn.e. 27 FT. ,Mr.. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith ,
ATTHOR.1ZKI studies at Montreal College In 's-
..t advertiser of coon.rtrnpertv. CALL on wnirn voi-n were their daughter Miss Mar

I.. Has made overof > CUKIH-OKAFT ONCIiKNue'r : : DL2ALUUAT North Carolina. garet Monteith, a student at Stet-
home.-Farm.tae- 110 \1'4 & Moron ic.IT.1 For wedding portraits ape T. II. their
9.y.re from all over son son Capt.
MH Mlolltlt: F.:
i open llstlnc.HOIT Ottborne. See a Jt('K!50'\ II.I.K. Kl.i.lhifnmSIIIM Ralph Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. W.
REALTY AGENpGre.entetl :* 5 .'i7KI: M\\ Monroie JY.'of Waycross, Wainwrlght and children Dllly
U-A.IUH'" 2-1":11:
Locally By "If"ln>" Ga. spent Tuesday at the J. M. and Martha Jane of Tallahassee e

[r. IIOLLINGSYYORTIII I'ltorf.HTY: .'OR1..") Brownlee home. Mr. Monroe liv- and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Oster- 9 ,

I So. Walnut St. 82H 1 Hire farm with four room ed with the Biownlees) while stationed mayer of Camden N. J. Mr. and

houHe, 12 acres old bearing pecan at Bland Ing. Mrs Ostermayer left Friday to
tree' within 1000 feet of paved
.SSES. of all Hclnda reno- highway. One mile from' Depot In Mrs. Glen Duke and daughters. return to their home after a ten TOY TRUCKS
I furnltura' and
upholstered Starke. Price' $11(10000( Dea are stay- I visit with the Montelthm. I I
r'i Drop us a card. N, II. Uftlnwrlitht Jr., Gall and Terry day
IviS MATTRESS CO., L-oxhlka llroker Ing with Mrs. Duke's parents, Mr. I Old. fashioner hard ('111'1,,""_

Fla. U Phone 134 X
I'.CEI write all lines; fire FOR RKVT-Two light hoinekeep-' Kingsley Lake until the Duke's Friends of W. D. Faxon will .... ..r _+. .....+... .. : .... .. .....
,Jf,, liability and Ufa. InK furnished apartments. Iteus- house !in Gainesville Is finished.Mr. regret to know that he remains
fur your Insurance needs. unable Close In.-209 E. Madison Gaines- ill In the JacksonvilleU. COMI'LFT1WITH: I
from seriously
Walnu right, Jr., ii East St. UFOUNDPurse Duke {\ Doll Cradles : 3.95 t
reel Phone 154. tfeS ville on weekend( S. Naval Hospital.Mr. MATTRESS; G'

with monev.: Owner A new special each day at and Mrs John L. Zimmerman if 0 4'4" '" ,,_ '" ,

polimcttlaa FLOWERS(2-blooms Totted). paying may: have for' by thin identlfying ad. l ItradfunlCounty and Scott'H. of Buffalo N. Y., are guestsof J <<

"' :yi luniena. ALSO baby gladioli aaarlmrtnvH. Telegraph. It Earl Mrs.Johnson J. M. and.Brownlee son Holt, Mrs.and Mrs.G. Kruse.Zimmerman's Mrs. brother Zimmermanwill Albert Table & Chair Sets Neva-Wet Crib Mattresses 12.95 {

'I Phun 1 floM-ra..' Place, orders PLuVCKIACK, OAK & PIcrE-rut Sun- be remembered as Miss Betty ;.: Sanitary Comfortable I'retty <<
|97) 409 Walnut St. anv length $15 per cord delivered Mrs. S. E. Brownlee spent if r :u ,
15 Flower Shop. It or 110 per cord If you come. day with Judge and Mrs. A. V. Lee Kruse, who lived In Starke 4 '" "

:.EOn heater, net It. R. C"'. Shppler. Rt 1, Melrose Cowpen many years with her parents, I!'
hot water Fin 3 miles west of Key Long at their place on
linn \\' electric e Innerspring Mattresses 39.50'
tic stone HelKhts; ground adjoiningcolored Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kruse. -
Onod condition. 333 W.
Siurkn. Fla. tf settlement. 4lp 12-U\ Giant pencil sharpeners 92.80 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kllllan will
S I IWagonsRockers
at the Telegraph.Mr. return to their home In Waynes- ACA Tick or Fancy Tick
Two battery
n built to new government and Mrs. Van Cardan left vllle N. C., today after a pleasant -----.--" --------,, '" ,, ,-.
I ailoiu at less than halt MADAME for an extended motor four-weeks visit with Mr!!. S'

Milk Way. It ARON trip Monday through South Florida.W. Kllllan'a brother, J. J. Truby. Spool Beds Table Lamps

k WASTED-Veteran", boys P. Smith Sr., his daughter- While here the Kllllans were delightfully gsk.s.sssHsssJssMJHIIIMs.ssssa.ksss.B
ladies u to 82 to a nlnt ,
'"' Mrs. Eldridge Smith and entertained by a number -- V*
In circulation work. GIFTED PALMIST in-law I Walnut & Maple .
.and travel In 48 states. granddaughter. Diana spent Sat of their old friends In Starke. fI

>*out 'iirnlncs week's training$60 a week See ANDPSYCHIC urday shopping In Jacksonville. Children'* drtttwH, slue\ :2 to 12 Baby 23.39 i \ 8

f'l'. M rridny Itp to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker andMiss S I
|ILE-d\ -room house on 3, Mills Sylvia Morse stopped off Bobble Cameron returned, tfl.
) Poster Beds
I Und all cleared, fenced.1water ROUTE 17 visit with her mother Tuesday from a two weeks' visit *
'r electricity. Am for a brief CI
be, QUHB i am moving I OPPOSITE FARM MTK.PALATKA Mrs Wm. Morse' Friday while with relatives In Sparta and LaCrosse *
""*< I. Mack Hlnes WIs.IV 29.95
FLA. the
Starke to
r'ark via. 2tp nO'1 going through I, Spun Rayon Shades1, \
J l State Prison with her class In Walnut, I & Maple I
BII.R China Rates
I" AUCTION-If you're car Criminology from Stetson Uni TUB ('05 hr OK TUB e'etl'VTV We aim \'emetal
waiting on a new wood heater. WANT-
."I[-orne, over and buy one? FOR KD SALE-A gas-A heater. Mrs. J. M. versity. Jl IHIK. III tl>KOIII> 4' 0 !. >"l'Y, ;} bed 12.95UiriiiMhed <<
several 1946 cars Street.
Madison\ Monday
30* J. Davis spent I
** lal"i ... Also we will sell Mitchell "P Mrs. R. In re Kstaie: of ------------ ." '
". 'ruck, tractor, trailer Starke. visiting friends In Gainesville. Mary O Wainwright Deceased Training Chairs ;; ;; <<
T' ether automotive vehicle Kincaid and Mrs. '|.. All realtor's& unit Pvramia Herass
wood cut and Mrs. J. W. j
SALE-Stump Demands AgelesS
'II.Sate FOR lutme mr Velour
|t n" dne day starts at a1In"VIr... ready to use. Priced cheap andyou E. S. Matthews spent WednesdayIn *..!.! CSsteIYou : and many other
haul. See A. U Batten of hereby I <<
-k Market ItILl' anti each you are ItemsSCHKENKI Tables
.. f
miles highway StarkeIip notified and required to prevent II
': Peautlful J10xl 5 Palatka. Mrs. John Love Wilkes Mrs. any claim and demands which you, ... 33.95
''nr n. white sand beach, Edwards and daughter, or .either of you', may have atfalfisl -----
clothes' W. L. Built for Comfort
steam ,
"'r '. tie Santa Fe Lake FOR SALE One the estate of Mary U. WalnwrlKhtdeceased 8.95 I
I'Inllt cottage, 9x20 screen good condition. 160 canh. Fredrika of JacksonvH't were late. of laid. County to (\ =-- ) A NI'e rirt; ,
L>. Cardan, Starke UcRP. Inquire at 614 Eat 7th ""Vo guests of Mrs A. Z. Adklnu Wed- the County fudge of Bradford. One Drawer
Htarke. Fla. Up County Florida at his office In d For }
-. Living Room ndf I nesday.Mr. the court house of laid County atfltarke CribsKiddie tithe --- and One Shelf I
t..to 2 bedroom sets smaller FOR SALE 100-pound 4 capacity months \ and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. i $'Iorhl.. within eight. calendar ; Baby One
lamps, pictures, mlscel- ice box, like new Nee; E.IJ'A, Yanre-y I weekend guests Mr. month from the time of the You Can Finish to
i"; All for $23500 I.aur- old 517.60. had as fine publication of thin. notice.
Ikouai t4 Klncsley Vlllaste.NT at fitarke Poatofflce Itp- Mundy's sister, Mrs Mildred Fuller Each claim or demand anal! bw In (\ ( Koop) Hot Plates Match Any He.... p :
ttp JOOKJSO FOR A PLACE TO LIVE-?! and Mrs. Lewis Mundy of of wrltlnaand residence and shall pout state office the addressof place I d 3.85 room Furniture 0'' ,
-<>n January It Pecan STOP looking' Immediate, comto..tabl.quart..r. LAirens S. C. the .claimant and hull. b* worn 44.95 .
at I 331 Temple a of.. attractive Hunt In rotx-n and pajamas at to by the claimant, his agent, or eeeeeeeee.With e
w1tVca Move Gown
tarnished I costeYarentf and such claimor
'.room furnished cabin cot talC..I. your money.Join the H U.lo S.?.n Army'* and Smart Shoppy. his demand attorney not so filed shall b* J Matin 2-Burner Oil Stoves 39.50 f

liJrlo and! stove.refrigerator 1'0[.... Maude teas latch, on to a future at the learn.profession same :Mrs. Lex: Green and children Tuld' N. P WalnwrlirhtA --

,1:1, Temple A".., or phone time! Earn blamoney? An opportunity and ota Mrs. L. J. Jennings, and Mrs. J. Administrator1JIJ _

It a lifetime awaits bright Fauns'I' Green McGriff and eon Mack 4t 1-J (\ Sturdy Construction p

:),. A Stenographer See men between the aMes of 17 and spent Monday In Jacksonville. iv diKiir (."inr, nii ">ronir 1 B Glass Door Ovens 2.95
R.rrultInir -
.''dimn at Mohawk Wreck- a 4., 0.. to nearest for Army additional' de Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman TI. n.oHiitti iv tiitv* Iteauliful Design urner
"' lear. Ouard Office. B Station G GI'
'yam"BUndln*. HP tails. 335 Post Office Bldg. and son Comer and Mrs S. L. Andrew'DIMgs. Jr. Plaintiff vs.
Oalnesvllle, Fla. ; Peek and son Darby attended the Pauline roars i *. trafendant CaseOKOBR

1 2; '''R SALE'1,4_ I"A 1755 ,*ft.prep ... FOR 8ALE-New '.burner electric -Messiah" In GaL.envllle Sunday. N. 5186. OF rVHLir-ATIOS Heaters. 19.95
.. H..RI. & Coal
S. Wood
'r.lf'! 1700 ft. of rough pine hot plats. $10.. )11' Itp Mrs. \V. B. Mundy and her AND NOTICB TO APPKAK l G
a4. See Arthur Dale Hampton Lake.FOR Fuller and STATE IV KUJHIDA to: Paulin"Diggs .
guest. Mrs. Mildred .l..Rf* anti address -
if Road whose ren
Raiford 40 arres
'n'LE on Itp IIAI.E-GO..cr. farm farmhouses Mrs. Lewis Mundy spent Tuesdayat !I.: P. O. No. 232: Lil.."III.. I

Two Florence oneheaters under fence with. : electricity two very ,good rare mill Silver Springs.Apron N.You<* are required to appear on I a! J Well Constructed Will) Burn Wood or Coal i
slightly used berry olregeneralifarm. land,rand I make nice ('hrlstmas Januxry court IS. HIT and can-In th, *whereinplaintiR abonamed .. .. ._ .. ... _... . ., . '.
'f condition. InquireFenklns I. priced rllfht. B.arofSMCterm. I gift*.Mr lU L. Hough. 21 1'I veefca. dlrori. Bradford : :_ :: ::.. : .
Water "
.' .Tt corner Ito .. Includes nice strawberrypatch. I Park Place. County: Telf. vraph shall publleh this ; -
ntreetfl Mr'*. Joyce Futcb, Lawn. Deudon of Elgin Order In. next four wkly. l issuesWitness ;J St'o'r"'eH f S
L. E. Your
\1., 1935 ardor Ford' see. Fla. ___ I Mrs. the my hand. and officialseal Make Our Headquarters
body. Inquire Starke Large bottledheater -.iiAisriar' Ill., arrived Friday to spend I at 11.,10., Florida, this Ire

Itp FOR jIII.%LF.. ;.' rasa ssrTemple winter in Florida and is the guest comber(OrVICJAI1.t. 1946 .) A. J. Thomas.A. Christmas
and For Shopping
t -bedroom house SW M Ult. 11 of Mr. and Mrs. John Ujlow Clark of laM Court.By i I iIf
., ''al St., Stark. Excellent 1:1 Ave. Mrs. C. F. Ward."hat's Lnrlll C. Conner, D. C. .
1. I.aw E chanJacksonville
.. nccupled by owner one house. twin board at Scott'stoday J. H. llarrleon.
the i i's-
-. Attractive, convenJLFO' FOR front porch, back sun on rla.Ally
screened u-n It I-I
Information write IoU; t4 400. V. T fur fit. -
"rtln'II' let.. 11.14311.Cypress, aaln..U perch.Carden" Box 1211. Starke. FIa. tf ,


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I . . . . . : Days of "Boomtown" Recal1e1As
NOTICE . . . year terms are A. E. Wall, Jr., e T Rip-Roaring

tet The of Station Southland WRUF Harmony will appearin Quar- LAWTEYKy \ and begin H.January C. Kelly.1, 1947.The new terms. I I New River Clay Hill "Theo's" Building Rolls Away on WheJ II

a concert In the Rising School Tim School Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Blocker andJ. fly The School By Lura IJurgt"Iohr: Passing of a "Boomtown" land- Boomtown during thi, ,Jf''
. . . Jacksonville I lonca, N -b. mark from Lake Kingsley was war days of the camp .
S M. Norman of . . . '
building Friday night, Due. 13, at . . . witnessed one day last week whena tlon. and a payroll 1''
Beach were visiting Mr. and .' .,
8 o'clock. Admission, 35c and Recent guests of Rev. and Mrs. dismantled structure known in workers brought Or
Hill the week
Mrs. 1. during
60c. Sponsored by the Rising The Lawtey City election Tuesday W. E. Hall were :Mr. and Mrs. Wherein I look Into the shad its heyday as "Theo's" was observed the highway and Int'J,. t,, '1,

School. Dec. 3, expressed In no un- end.Mr. Andrew Neuborer of Montague, ows of' yesterday and see the in the care of a house- focused around "Theo, It,
and Mrs. C. E. of
GIVEYour certain terma the intentions of Crosby Mich and mother, Mrs. Fanny things I love so J far away. I moving crew, en route southwardon of cedar logs and a la iii
Wesconnette visiting in l1'?
local citizens, to retain for an- last Coleman of Star, S. C. They will revel in the present also. the Gainesville highway. provided atmosphere fm, Ilea
Sunday.Mrs. tho
Portrait other term their present city ad visit relatives in Macon, Rome "It came the midnight Shades of the pioneering west tenor of the eBtabllallmcn> 1Il
G. W. Roberts entertained upon
ministration. and Eastman, Ga. before return- were recalled in "Theo's" during Heavily-patronized
the Eighth Grade with a weiner: is clear pool 'abltwere -
O. J. the only ing home. Mrs. Neuborer a when the establishment In the rear
This Christmas Mayor Phillips All'' That Joyous song of old, 1940.41,
roast last Saturday night.
official on the ticket with opposi- 'I' niece of Mrs. Hall. the shared with "Soldier's Joy" a The
present reported a good time. And angels bonding:! near of w.,,, SlThere tion, soundly defeated his con- Work Is progressing nicely on earth reputation for impromptu entertainment recalled as ghosts of th. '
tender, I>. B. Thomas, by a 41 Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss E1I-: the new church auditorium.Mr. To touch the harps of gold." occasionally embel- today, for Boomtown i is nj,".
II to 14 vote and retains his office the Collins were In Jacksonvillelast and Mrs. W. C. Conner attended lished with roughhouse. Carpenters quiet rather

I for another year. Saturday looking for Santa. : the funeral of Wesley Her- It will soon be .Christmas a- sheet metal workers, plumbers community of navy cozlly-mt-xratcd fam.u: .
I and Miss Jo Ella ThompHon. A for- gain and( thoughts turn to an
Other officials reelected sey of Jacksonville Thursday at my and electricians employed by Blanding, caretaker .
mer eighth grade pupil, who recently last and my Christmas en- p. rsonnol I
the number of votes received I Swift Creek Cemetery in Baker year contractors at the crowded later .
camp years the old .
moved to Daytona was a' Hill. It was "Tht" hlllhi( ,
tertainment at
were City Clerk Louis H. Hill, for County.Mr. Clay the off-shift to spenda
visitor to our school last Monday. time and I that this into place Ing provided quarters tm n, te,,
42 gala hope
one year, votes; Tracy Hayesfor 1 : a
and( Mrs Bishop Thomas good share of thelr"sizeable' of the
Rev. C. B. North and L. H. camp employes 11"1 ,
Marshal for one year, SO year will be as happy. I know wa
Kenneth and Goldie( ,
and children.
Gambling was wide an agency for dlsti-hi
votes; and three Councilmen for Futch were in High Springs last: weekend the holly trees stand proudly a- paychecks. 11 t

two year terms, O. A. Anders, CO Thursday attending a Sub-Dis. with of Brooker Mrs. Thomas'spent the parents, Mr. long the fehce rows. I can see open, marked by the authentic' Jacksonville... dailies.

votes, 1. H. Futch, 48 votes, and trict Conference of ,the Methodist and Mrs. H. H. Lewis.O. the winding sandy road and I atmosphere of stacked silver,
is still time to H. C. Harley, 48 votes. The two churches. know that Clay Hill basks in the clicking poker chips and the rat -
hold-over council members who Miss lone Collins of Gainesvillewas R. Alvarez and Felix Sapp sun this December afternoon. In tle of 4>ce. Fights were usually 1' 1 Ii I

give the gift that only were elected last year for two the guest of her sister, Miss were overnight guests of Mr. and the schoolyard no doubt are the signalled by a wave of customers, ras I>> .
you can give Elithe Collins, last Saturday and Mrs J. E. Murrhee at Hilliard many little children I love and spilling out of the doorway to 9-r;,

Sunday. Friday night of last week. who have not yet forgotten me.I .I watch a pair of compatriots settle LAXATIVE
YOUR PORTRAIT Mrs. Cullen McSwain has returned Mrs. Alma Starling and children have many letters from Clay. their issues with a brush of WHAT SATISFIES

C@10SUFFERERS to her home here after W. B. and Joan, spent Hill and keep in close touch with fisticuffs. I C.I Your sash' Now

HALLMARK. spending a week at the home of part of last week in Jacksonville them. Mr. Joseph Nash is the Every night was Saturday at r.Jdaf AU Drug Sfalred

GREETING CARDS her mother, Mrs. Thomas Rodenof with Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles principal and has two teachersto ---

Fort Pearce. and family.Mr. help him. The cafeteria is go-
See our selection of other Don and Ron McSwaln who and Mrs. Robert Myrick Ing nicely with Elgin Padgett as

GIFTS and TOYS 666 STARTS RELIEF IN had spent some time with their I and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae head cook and Mrs. Faircloth

JUST 6 SECONDS grandmother returned to Lawtey I were visiting Mr. Myrlck's mother assisting. Elgin is also janitor. TURKEYS1FOR

Camera with their mother. Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Susie McDaniel, at Lake Most of the ninth graders are
Hollywood !
o.t f.moul pN..pU..ty, Is visiting the McSwalna this Geneva Saturday going to Baldwin. Lula Mae #

and Gift ShopCall see from for cold itiprr-flpMtly m<..rl.. Try r.ll.f 006 week. Mr. and :Mrs. Claud E. Batten Mosely and Louise Wilkinson had XMAS
Cold T bli-i., or C Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 11111 were and family and sister Helen of to quit because the long ride did ,
4M UduUl
Street at Railroad I Caution', only ay. shopping in Jacksonville last Sat- Theressa were visiting Mr and not agree with their health. Little Orders Accepted R .

: dlr.ctd.UM \ .,. urday. Mrs. A. J. Fender Monday. Buddy Parrish Is staying with '
Among the Lawtey people seen Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lewis his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Until Dec. 15th

in Jacksonville last Wednesdaywere spent Monday with Mrs. Lewis' Fred Lang and attending school. A Postcard To

Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs. Mar- sinter, Mrs. A. L. Jackson, and I am pleased to have a letter, JOHN R. ROANE

I Can Use More Pulpwood tha Bales, Mrs. H. 13. Arwood, niece, Mrs. J. W. Hersey, in that Richard Mosely and Bernice Box 96. Rt. 1, Starke F ? r
Mrs. Grace McKinney and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mrs. Carter are married. I wish them I '
Will Reserve YoursTURKEY \
c-. WHITE TIMBER DKIT. G. W. Roberts. W. C. Conner and Mrs. happiness. Richard was over- ,. ,
New pupils In the Lawtey Bishop Thomas were business
for of Earl
seas a couple years.
of America Fernandina Fla.
Container Corp'n. school lost week were Rosa Lee visitors to Palatka Saturday.: Mosely, a marine, is home from SHOOT

and Chris. Kuey from New Jer- M;9. Loran Conner and Mrs. : Japan. He Is the oldest son of

.- Southern- Lumber Company -. -I sey.Mr.. and Mrs. R. A. Grlffls. W.Jacksonville C. Conner Monday.We were. shopping In 1 former Brooksle pupils.Mosley Mr.and and one Mrs.of Car-my 500 Yards East of Blanding Center

Donald Oriffia, Gene Grlffia and are sorry to report the ill-
Grlffia have nice
10th St. ...... Two Blocks East of Depot son a baby girl
Cullen MlSwaln
were visiting Mr. ness of Mrs. L. A. Crosby and that is said to look like a doll

Starke, Fla. and Mrs .Charles Blumberg in hope she will soon be well again. it Is so pretty. They are so proud SATURDAY DEC. 7 -14 21
Jacksonville last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner and happy. Brooksie has quite a ,
ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER were dinner guests of Mr. and
. . . strawberry patch to harvest this
Mrs. Robert Myrick Sunday.Mrs. season. The gardens are goodat Begins at 2 P. M. 20 to 30 lb. Turkeys

Logs Purchased at the Millor J. E. Murrhee and little
Pine Level Clay Hill, turnips, collards
Bring Your 12 Guage 32 in. Max. Barrel
son, Edward( Hall, of Hilliard, growing and the sweet potatoesand Length
Stumpage Bought accompanied by her parents, Rev.
By Mrs. II. M. McRae pecans harvested. Most have JOHN R. ROANE
and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent butchered their meat.
. . . Thursday of last week In Palatkaas They will are
having cane-grlndings, so
The Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greek guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. have plenty of syrup.

JUST RECEIVED of Jacksonville conducted services Guy Hall and family. My life flows along easily and EARN While You LEARN to FLY
Sunday at Long Bridge Mrs. Florida Johnson of Vanderbilt -
happily. I feel at home here now
Christian Church. is spending a few days -
Men's New DRESS SHIRTS They were and have so much to be thankfulfor.
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. with her son-in-law and daughter,
Soon will have On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTSNew
2.50 each L. Crews. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling.Mr. weather but we I have a news zero fur ,

Mrs. Joe Moody and. .children and Mrs. Kldon ..Sapp of
coat to keep me warm. I to
Factory-Return. spent.Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hellbrbnn were dinner guests of '
church and teach school
a Sunday
1.50 each Chester Moody in Lake Butler.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sun-
class. I help my husband with
and Mrs. H. C. Rouse and
day.Earl hla work In the mortuary and am
Ladies ALL-WOOL SKIRTS children and H. L. Johns spent Alvarez was a dinner ,
fast. I ,
learning am so happy.
1.50 each the weekend In Tampa,with rel guest Sunday of Jimmy and La- being usedin ..
atives. von Crosby. Try these old fashioned sugar

Mr. and Remember the services at Pine : cookies: ...
Ladies BLOUSES Mrs. C P. Cowen of the ,-- ... .
Gainesville spent the weekend Level Baptist Church every Sun- 2 cups sugar, 1 cup shortening, program ,, "' --
95c<<: to 1.50 each with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. day morning and evening. Everybody 3 eggs cream together. Add 1-4 : '- :::-

Ladies DRESSES Sizes 11 20 M. L. Johns. I welcome. cup milk, 4 cups flour, 1 tp. bak- Certified Ground School Class Instructions
to Mr. and Mrs. George T. Bakerof Mrs. W. D. Miller of OrlandoIs ing powder, 1-2 tp soda, 1 1.2 Given by Certified Ground School Instructor
3.60 & 2.60 values NOW 1.95 Birmingham, Ala., spent a visiting her son and daughter- tp vanilla. Make a soft dough.
week here with Mr. and Mrs. E. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A J. Fender Roll out, cut and place on a Certified Flight Instructor

Men's Full-Length OVERCOATS A. Sapp, and other relatives. Mrs. after visiting relatives at cookie sheet or flat pan. Bakeat Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flight

4.50 to 7.50 each Nora Sapp of Drooker was alsoa Albany, Ga. She and Mrs. Fender 400 degrees till done. School Certificate No. 5650

guest of the Sapps. Mr. and visited Mrs. R. M. Hersey at God bless you all. Love-

Wool FIELD JACKETS Mrs. Sapp and their guests were Theressa last Sunday. Merry ChrlstmulLura! For information please phone Conway at 117
3.50 each guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richer l" :i0."' ._ .::,- _

son In Jacksonville Sunday Santa Claus Farmers to Vote or, Libby at 32
COTTON JACKETS Friends. and relatives of Everett

2.50 each Renfroe will regret to learn of an LettersAs On CommitteemenAnnouncement CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICEP.
accident In which he was severely
6 6" 6 4 burned. lie Is confined to a usual, this year the Tele- was made this O. Box' 303 Starke. Fla.

Nick's HouseTWO Lake City hospital and his physicians graph between Is acting as middle-man week of an election of county '-- -.- .... -- ._ -,- -,- -----_...,
Bargain; report that his condition is Santa Claus and the committeemen for the 1947 Agricultural ,

improving. Mr. Renfroe's sisters, Bradford County boys and girls Conservation Program,

BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION and his other relatives, from Ft. who write him annually, express- to be held at the Courthouse Fri
Myers, were here offering assistance ing their heart's desires. day, December 20. County AgentT. Christmas TurkeyAND I

NORTH ON ROAD 13Give The first letter received- --- -- thin----.- -K.-. Mcflnno stated that all
E. A. Sapp was a visitor to year was from Tommy Halnes of Bradford farmers who signed up

.. Gainesville Friday. Starke who wrote: in the 1946 program are eligibleto
- "" ...... Dear Santa Claus
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews vote, and should make every
arty, family were dinner guests of Please bring me a cowboy suit. effort to attend, as the committee
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish in Long pants, to wear to church. Is responsible for the pro-
Hellbronn Springs. Sunday. Also some caps. Please do not gram's administration.

Our New River School will forget the children across the sea. Committeemen who served dur-

present the annual Christmas -Tommy Halnes. ing the past year were Chairman Other Gifts

program next Friday night, December The James Rosier, W. S. Sibley, Clyde .
20, and the Long Bridge second letter was received Cone and alternates Lonnie Craw

Community Sunday School is from Starke Marian Norman Rt. 2, ford and C. E. Andrews. .
helping with the program. The :
exact hour and place will be an Dearest Santa Claus
nounced.Mr. I am a little grll who Is J 9 Realtor Board WILL BE GIVEN AWAY! i

years. old. I am in the
and Mrs. A. P. Moore of fourth Elects OfficersThe
Miami and Mrs. M. B. Hayes of grade. My name is Marian Nor ,

Gainesville were guests of Mr. man. :My daddy's name Is Ancel Starke Board of Realtors I

and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and fam- Norman. My brother's! name in met recently in the courthouseand TUESDAY DECEMBER 24 I i

ily Thursday afternoon of last Clifford Norman. My sister's the following officers were ,
week. The visitors were also name Is Wanda Norman. My elected for the new year:
guests of Mrs. Rhoda Dowlingand sister's name is Carolyn Norman. F. M. Walrath-President. :

family. My mother's name Is Pearl Norman E. W. Hayes-Vice President.

:Mrs Jessie Andrews of Jacksonville W. S. Sibley-Secretary-Treas 4:00: P. M.
___ I wanted a doll, a doll
{ ___,c Is spending two weeks carriage, urer.The ,
i. mittens, bedroom shoes, paper next meeting. will be. held **.
your that I dolls, and colors. For my sister: January 4.

sparkling, fresh-from- Wanda we would like paper dolls,: AT
the-suit box look that colors, doll doll carriage, mittens
gives you real confidence TurkeysPer bedroom shoes. My brother Be Quick To.Treat

in your own ap Clifford wants a pop gun, wheel-!

pearance. Use our expert barrow comb and socker ball.! Bronchitis I
cleaning which i My sister Carolyn wants a rub- GREEN'SSTORE
ber doll, size 3 shoe, and a dress. .
restores and freshens Yours Chronic bronchitis may develop)If
textures. It will assure truly, your cough chest cold or acute bron- I
Marian Norman. chitis Is not. treated and you cannot
that dressed-up Per Pound-On Foot afford to take a chance with any medicine I
feeling. Call us today. here with relatives. less potent than. Creomulsion
G. W. Andrews made a business. which roes right to the seat of the
trip to Baldwin trouble to help loosen and expel germ
Thursday of last laden
phlegm and aid nature to
PHONE 133 week. soothe and heal raw,tender.Inflamed
; } Ronnie and Donnie Kite spent bronchial mucous membranes.
ItOBT.r 315: W. E. LawsonOne the Creomulsion blends beechwood
O17".1.l weekend in Lake Butler will
d creosote by special Place Your Turkeysfor
J. B. Kite. process with other Order Now for
7' tIme tested medicines for coughs.
9letu TempleAve.
GREEN, Mrs. A. Pace Mrs. :Mildred. It contains no narcotics
r .....;:,. ;;4. Mile South of StarkeOn Wilks and Mrs. Pearl Crews re- No matter how many medicines Christmas
Owner have tell
e Keystone Road turned Tuesday to their home in seU;you a bottle of Creomulslon with
r Ft. Myers after being called: to the understanding you most like the 629 N. Walnut Phone 86
the bedside of their brother, way it quickly:! allays the cough permitting -
-.-.- TL ,.. Everett Reofroe rest. and sleep, or you are to
hut week. haw :your money back. Adv..

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| Whitehead .___, __ ___ __ =-_____ ._ __ ___ ____ ___ ,_ __ __ _n .
\\lrs. Mary 83, Has Her Own Philosophy I IIellbers

:fe J! ill ,j, old of days-the this generation supposed who hardships wonder about andsrppcu r-: Church & Sunday School Guide

'II of pioneer farming--will receive ready

surprising replies from Mrs. Mary Whitehead,
the New River section of
', of Bradford _______ n_ __ _______ __ ______ "_____ _O -__-_-_- --'_----_--_---_ ___ __ __ _
|Ltv who celebrated her eighty-third birthday q

li IJIIIlvel "rv on November 17 with a big family Baptist Church

I ,( at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lydia
piano Bible School meets at the First :
I 1qpWorldwide
joins Baptist Church Sunday morning
Ba K in the 80's and 90's a family "bought at 9:45: for the lesson, "Christian

'0 and had more"-that's the way Mrs. White- Love Builds Brotherhood." At '

iIt'Id ems It up, and who knows?-as the bobby w "bG < the morning worship hour the

snel;!' it today would say, "maybe she's got some. \ pastor, the Rev. L. D. Haines .
there". \ I will bring: the second In a series
(tint I of leading to Christmas Bible Reading
A M-sIdent: of Bradford and Union Counties for uert _L messages up
on the subject, "Seeing
tiolfm' 83 years, Mrs. Whitehead has vivid recol- Jesus". The title for Sunday THANKSGIVING TO CHRISTMASEveryone

Ijttloni. of the era when husband and wife and + a will be "Seelnjr Jesus Alone".

children made, what' they needed or did without.ow I rt Training Unions meet at 6:15p. : likes' to read n good
-:; they buy about everything they use" she t m. for all age groups. At the may be your daily joy if you will read it. Men call it the Bible. It call

mt regretfully during a recent interview with wF 7:30: p. m. Happy Hour the title itself the Scriptures. \Voodrow Wilson once said, "I am sorry for the
Telegraph. "In my time, I hardly knew what na of the pastor's evangelistic mes-
the men who do not read the Bible every day. I wonder why they deprive
to buy the necessities of life from a store sage will be "The Lost and "
K wa themselves of the strength and of the plasure.

Bat non, the owners of even the smallest farm 1Nc Found A most Chapter"cordial Invitation Is extended John Adams, writing to Thomas Jefferson, said: "I have examined

&d almost everything they needed. The sugar to all who will worship at all, as well us my narrow sphere, my straitened means, and my busy life

base would have many a barrel of sugar, and theRe eervlces.Methodist. would allow me, and the result i i\, that the Bible i is the best book in the

the woods were full of hogs and cattle." world. It contains more of my littlcphilosophy than all the libraries I

As a girl, Mrs. Whitehead, then Mary Brown- \ ChurchThe have seen"

lug lived about five miles from school and thereras John Quincy Adams said "So great is my veneration for) the Bible

usually no transportation. - -- thin Sunday In Advent that the earlier my children begin to read it, the more( confident will be
two feet that God will be observed Sunday, Dec. 15, that will useful citizens to their and
'except the home of her daughter, northeastof age of strawberries The smokehouse 'I my hopo they prove 0 country, respectable
But she attended her at 11 a. m. In the First Methodist "
us" members of
pve Long Bridge Her father, the held quantities of meat, society
classed regularly. "Nowadays late David Browning, came here and some farmers had sheep, as Church when the sermon topic Andrew Jackson, president of the United States, at the close of his '

Bmo) women don't like" to walk from Georgia. Her mother, formerly well as hogs, cattle and goats. will was be ready, "TJie, for"Counselor. Great tho world- life, pointed to the family Bible, which lay on the table beside him, and

is far as the barn lot, she rem- Miss Julia Addison was a There's one thing, Mrs. White- has been made by the preparation choir said to hid physician, "That Book sir, is the rock on which our Republic
onstrated. native of this section. : head says, that hasn't changed rests"
and special music will be sung at
But if this venerable: lady sometimes William Whitehead, her late 'I through the years. The old cane this service. A choir of some 20 Men think they have discovered certain indications that our nationis

chides the present generation husband, arrived here from Geor- I grlndln' goes on forever-an occasion voices Is preparing a Christmas drifting. That means we have left the rock foundation A rock docs

for its shortcomings, she does gia as a small boy, and became a for pleasant company folks under cantata. not drift, and if we are anchored to it, we will not drift.

10 tolerantly, and with some large-scale farmer, with a 400- share a chill the, warmth starlit sky of, when the syrup The evening service will be Other nations have been great, and in their self-sufficiency have

unusement. Actually, she, derives acre stock tract a large amount and tilled of kettle, and drink cold cane juice. evangelistic and music will be turned their backs on God and rejected His Word, and the archeologist

i great deal of pleasure from fields., pecan groves The creaking mill heralds the arrival supplied by the Junior Choir. A digs deep in the dirt to find evidence of their departed glory. What makes

of modern of north Florida winter, and hearty welcome awaits everyone. you think we will miss their fate if we emulate their folly?
many We--including of the the radio, and of The the New first River to be region settled was within one the cane grinding Itself marks a The Youth Fellowship meets at ArnricA, back to your Bible Back to the straight study of the simple
time when families assemble to 6:30 p. m.Prayer truths therein contained.
of the cheerful
other conveniences the borders of the old Bradford
white-painted residence of County (then Including Union). discuss their affairs and swap and Praise Service each Thousands of persons have brought their problems to the Bible and

her daughter, Mra. Lydia Johns. "It was all one," she said-refer routine gossip. Wednesday evening at 7:30: o'- in it have found life, light and courage. Have you tried this Book to see
time," It Is this, and other factors of clock. what it do for life? Perhnpsa chapter will
"We had a grand, good ring to the community life of the can your a day keep temptation -
ihe says In discussing the recent early residents. "People got along, the good farm life that Mrs. away. It surely will if you will allow it to do its regenratinff, cleans-
Decision when more than 100 relatives and worked together" The Whitehead enjoys-the fraternityof Bible Story HourThe ing work in your life

and friends gathered to staunchly-built log cabin served large families and her neigh- -Itev. Will II. Houghton President Moody\ Bible Institute.
bors, the preparation of large, annual Christmas I
help celebrate her eighty-third for the farmhouse-the kind for program
wholesome meals of pork yams, will be held during tho Bible
birthday anniversary. Folks came cold weather, with the big fire- .._ .._ _.
-- -- -- -- ---
bread ---- -- -
string beans, greens, corn Hour Tuesday afternoon
from all oveij Bradford and Union place and the outside "clay"chimney. Story
and biscuits home-made butter 'Dec 17. at 3:30: o'clock In the
Counties Therewere: grand- Mrs. Whitehead believes CHURCH DIRECTORY
and fine new syrup: the home Methodist Recreation building.
children; two of her sons-A. W. that the frame country
Whitehead her daughter with the neatly swept yard and The Christmas story will be given, .
and Sam In
; home didn't come generally - -- -- -
flowering shrubs, the substantialbarn the and the
Mrs. Lydia and Mrs. Julia until 'about SO> or 60 years ago. and growing crops; the activities picturing angels. The nativity shepherd scene will K1NGSLKV: LAKK !MISSIONARY FI n H T MKTIIODIST.: HTAIIKH.' IIIOIMUCONN: IIAITIST.! Services -

Johns; and a brother, Cleve It did, as a matter of fact get of her church the Long be shown by visual aid after \1TIST: CIIL'KC'll. Sunday -Church School 10 A. M. Morn- every 2nd and 4th Sundays

Browning. There was a big dInner very cold indeed during some of Bridge Christian. which Santa Claus will appear. School. 10 A. M. Preaching, 11 Ing Worship, 11. A, M. Youth Fellowship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday

at noon Sunday, out In- the the more historic winters. She Many things In the local rural There will also be Christmas A. M. D.T.U., 8:49: P. M. Preach- 7 I'. M. Evening Wor- School every Sunday 10 A. M.
yard of her home, and many stayed remembers icicles hanging from ing, 7:45: 1' M. Prayer Meeting B.T.U. 7:00: P. M. Rev a. E. Cut-
on for supper.Mrs. the eaves and there was a day life of the present are thus view- songs and recitations.The each Wednesday 7:3o P. M. Louis ship, 7:30: P. M. Prayer and Praise shaw, Pastor.

Whitehead feels she is notIn (one) when snow sparkled in the ed with favor, and It Is apparentthat workers are very anxiousfor I.. Walnwrlght. Sunday School Service, Wodnt'mluy 7:3O: P. M.Woman's .
the best of health, but her grass and children tossed snow- Mrs. Whitehead would all mothers of children to be Superintendent. Fannie SIlcox, Society tat Tuesday, DEIGN BAPTIST CHURCH.

children, she says, take very good balls. trade earlier one In of Bradford her years or now Union or present at this program. BTU Director. Services Every 3:30: P. M Church located; Walnut Sunday School, 3 p. M. I'reach-

care of her.. Born December The early farmers "grew a lot ,farm at another location Sunday. Everybody Welcome 1 and Jefferson Streets Rev W. J. Ing 4. P. M. Prayer Meeting each

13th '1863. at Raiford, she has of everything"-rice, oatH velvet for But a her own choice, she still Christian' ChurchThe Churchwell, Pastor. Thursday, 7:30: P. M. Church located
lived Jnt or':'uaaj tha'New River by I at Hrotiker, Fla." Rev. C. A.
area most of her life, and for the beans potatoes, oranges, but not maintains the old times were the Rev. D. A. Greek, of Jacksonville -; CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCHPreaching I Crosby; Pastor. -

past four years has been at the at that time any particular acre-I best. will conduct the morn- 2nd and 4th Sundays FIRST PltisnVTRKIAN, I
Ing and evening services at the 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Rev. C. HTAKKK.--Sunday: School. 9:43A. : A man Is a little thing

to James C. Bates Veterans Administration The VA has Issued loan /guaranties First Christian Church of Starke P. Padgett pastor Sunday School M. Morning Worship 11 A. M. While he works by and for him
Few Bradford Vets Contact Representative i on 4. 906 homes 371 busi-! this coming Sunday. Morning every Sunday 10:30: a. m. Train- Ladles. Auxiliary, 2nd A 4th Tuns- self;

Apply For Loans of Gainesville, through No- nesses and 15 farms. Duval services begin at 11 o'clock and ing Union every Sunday evening I days.IKOOKKR But'when he give voice

vember 30. However, vets In SI county, with 1,732 home loans and evening worship gets under way 6:15.: Public cordially Invited to I : IIAITIST CHURCH. To the rules of love and Justice
7:30 o'clock. Sunday school attend all service He 1.! Godlike.,, j '
World WarII 371 business loans, led all coun- at ,
Bradford of
Apparently northern and central counties -Sunday School 10 A. )C. Morning "
vets are financially well fortified the state have borrowed about ties in GI loans made in the Pass Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and, Worship, 11 A.M. B.T.U. 7:13: -Emerson.
loans In Duval on Wednesday night prayer ItOATDRAIN
a-Grille region. GI
GI loans have $27,000,000 from lending agencies P. M. Preaching, 7:30: P. M. Prayer -
for only three 7:30 o'clock.
for commences at : Morn-
totaled $3,501,142 School 10 A.
through the V A, Bates said. county -Sunday Meeting each Wednesday 7:30:: St. Mark'sEpiscopal
been made by lending agencies to were for homes, homes and $284,781 for busi Ing Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 P. M. Rev. C. A. Crosby, Pastor
servicemen in this county so These Home ness First PresbyterianDr. P. M. Evening!: Worship, 7:30: P. Church
and businesses.
far. farms business i- Eligible veterans who are Interested M. Prayer Service. each Tuesday NK\V: RIPER MISSIONARY HAPTI.HT -
One GI home loan of $1,260and loans totaled $25,255,239.and farm In getting a loan throughthe J. W. Kaufman, supply 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting ('UUItCII.--8ervlceli every -

ling $12,600 were made according loans only $55,059.NOTICE :\ Is at the courthouse here each Church here, returned this week located 3 1.2 mlle southeast of .Rev Truby t>arrh.h, Pastor. Pubic Morning Prayer and

r...., Thursday from 9 o'clock a. m. following a visit In Philadelphia, Starke Rev. C. C. Harris, Pas- cordially Invited.
rr rrl Pa., and will conduct the services tor. Sermon 11 A. M.
until 2 o'clock p. m., or they
: should contact Albert Lee Cros- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. WATEROAK ItAI'TIST.-Services!
I -:1:;
His will be "Advent CI1IJIM1I.Itlble .- Church < for
by, the County Service Officer, subject FIRST CIIKISTIAN every tat and 3rd Sunday at 11 Op prayer
What It Means Today." A. M. Preaching:. and .- Service Center I
who maintains daIly office hoursIn School 10 A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Sunday open
WILL BE CLOSED the courthouse. Vets Interested let and 3rd Sundays, 11 A. M. School every Sunday 10 A. M.I I dolly for rcr*+.....
26TII In a loan can also write to IRIUUtONN IIAITIST and 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week Prayer Rev. O. E. Cutshaw, Pastor.
DECEMBER 23RD. 24TII 25TH XMAS, OFF the VA loan guarantee division CHURCH: NEWS Service, Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I I
HAVE buiil-
TO LET OUR EMPLOYEES at 314 W. Monroe St., Jackson We are happy to recognize the Woman's Missionary Council niritC'll OP (l OI), Sunday,
the church, 1st
l nesa meeting/ t Wor-
THANKSSCHENCK'S ville. visitors who worshipped with u* Church' School, 10 A. M. Morning
at '
Thursday 3:30: p. m. hlp, 11 A. M. Evening Worship,
In our last Sunday's service: T. J. And social meeting; First Christian
for business 7:15P. :
7:15: P. M. Y.P.E. Tuesday :
CertificatesTwo Moore, Misses Edith and Rosle
3:30 m. at placeto
3rd Thursday : p. Mcetlitg. Thursday
I M. Prayer
Moore, and Mrs. Lois Moore and
be announced. 7:15: : P. M. Church located at Church
of Waldo residents of Starke were children. Wa are sorry that wecan't
3 Miles South St. Clair Street Services
500> receiving teachers Eighth
among the give the name of more at ,
Jo certificates from the State Department this time. MT. M,\RKS''e EPIMUOI'AL.- every Sunday Rev. W A.

r of Education during the Everyone la welcome at our Church School Sermon, JO A. M.11 Morning A. M. Smith, Pastor. Sunday, Dec. I 15:

month of November. They are: church and won't be a stranger Prayer and
Tastier Bread certificate -- Mr. (Holy Communion lit WOO HI.AWN MISSIONARYHAITIMT I
Yes Sweeter Undergraduate but one time-then feel you are Friday
Litany and Intercession CI I tIBC11.: Bun lay
Tem- !
Helen Morrison Malone; one of us In Christ Je.u. 10 A. M., Rev. D. A. Greek f fI
7:30 P. M. Holy M. Morning Worship -
certificate -- Clifford La- Our School and Train : School 10 A. / I
Holy Communion. Church open M, Service, fl I'.
11 A. Bong
FLEISCHMANN'SI mar Currle. ing Union are growing. Each!: and and rest. Ser ,
with dally for prayer M. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday
has standing Invitation ,
one a
all mimeographing every i vice Center open dally for recre 7:30 P. )(. B.T.U. Friday 7:30
We have to attend and a special Invitation -
I ation. Church St. at Jackson. I' M. Church located 3 mile
I 24p11e lIuppllf'll: paper elf-ncIlII, "tyl* from our pastor, Rev.
west of Lawtcy. Rev T. C. William -I FirstPresbyterian
correction fluid, Ink. The TKLE: O. E. CuUliaw. I.AWTKV HAITIMT (CHOK'Ho. -
r \f. MornlnjWorship < *. Pastor. i
follow: o. School in A.
Services are as o:> y -- -- -
JJ Church 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., 11 A.. M. Young People' Church ;

l 2nd and 4th Sunday Meet, 7 P. M. Evening Service Lawtey I
,4 I Sunday School 10 a. m. every. 7:30: P. M. Prayer Service, Wednesday -
Sunday. I 7:30: P. M. R/ v. O. V. Baptist
YEAST J. E.:: Wall, Jr.,
Training Union 5:45: p. m. every Lee Pastor. -- Services Sunday
Sunday. S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10 A. M.

Prayer service 7 p. m. every Services 11 A. M.. H 1*. M.

Wednesday night SPONSORS Wednesday 8 p. m. 11:00 A. M.

Come and worship with u*. Mid-tVeek Prayer Service

The TKLEOKAI'H- now carries Of The Church Page Sermon by

complete stocks of India Ink and i i A Cordial Welcome Dr. Kaufman

at only 13c, SOc and 3.V. Alvarez Store .

fl Camera
et.r.e-e eeeeeeee 'e Hollywood

This active fresh yeast goes right to work, gives Expert Bicycle & (;In Shop FIRST METHODIST CHURCHA
full value because it's full strength. And bread Repair II. C. Wall Agency CommunityThe
you In A Friendly
Yeast tastes Carpenter'sCocaCola Friendly
made with Fleischmann'a active fresh Whether It's a major oprra- KINDS . .
tender. tlon or the mere tightening of I Bottling Co. Hcv. V. J. Churchwell, Pastor
sweeter, is lighter, more a bolt you can be fan yourbleyrlw . ALL LENGTHS Lella'H
-Get Fleiachmaiui'sactive will receive prompt any I -
II bok at hom RIGHT
you PRICED Koch Drug Store
fresh Yeast with the familiar yellowtmwA careful attention here. Sunday December IS
WE DELIVER Dry Goods Service' For ,
label-America's dependable yeast BIGGS & BAKER SHEPLER'SWOODYARD Drivers' Furniture Co. II :00 A. }I. "The Counselor! The World Was ReadyFor"

for over three generations. Co.
BICYCLE STOKE Hart Furniture

.it Florida Hank at Starke 7:30: P. }1. Evangelistic; ( Service Junior Choirt.
123 W. Call St. Stark. .. Call tit. Coot Blaadlag Ctntft Maruea
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The HistoryOf I gifts may be traced back to sluggish, we have lost something strings Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and nitll'IILI: COUNTY FLORIDA IX CHAN.CKRY. CllaCt'IT (ClfrfT eFLIIIl1Ult

ancient Rome. This custom is precious out of our lives that, Apples and cakes and other things neat Stark Florida Defendut. COUNTY
Christmas replace. Like painted white' v". 1terb( .. L.. CrIbb, E. Johnson, Plaintiff CEQY.
by no means universal, how. nothing can I candy canes Case No. 6252. Mabel vs. Ethel o. ,
ever, and la almost unknown In If for us there are no longer & red, comber' 2, 1948.Ol'"FICIAL Alvts C. Johnson, JJefendunt. Case Charles Ste s 1.1"
As everyone knows, ChrIstmas the Holy Land and among fascinating mysteries, we cannot I A baby doll with a curley head, An( lark of BKJAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas No. 5278. No. 6215. ").t, M

la celebrated as the an- Asiatic Christians generally.Few explain, if the fairies do not peep A Jack-in-the-box and candy toys, T. Frank Ijuidrum. Starke, Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ORDER n,
niversary of the birth -of Christ, children in the Orient ever out at us any more, if Pan has To cheer the hearts of girls and Atty. for Plf. 12.6 STATE OF FLORIDA TO: AND KOI\ i I' ,I.' 1 ".(('

although the actual date of that heard of Santa Claim.Ol' left the reeds along the river of boys. IV ClHrVIT COI'HT. "A".0'"Jc STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alvls STATE OP it silt ti
august event It not really our lives, we have traded 0 u I' uvrv; FI.OIUUAI I* CHASFoBter C Johnson, whose residence la: St. Stevens, Wh, \ I
known. In the early years of for of The Christmas Spirit is in the air ClCltY. Elisabeth Hospital Nectlon C-T dress Is: :I 10, '"
divine birthright a vs. "
mess :
Santa Claus V. Moiiher. Plaintiff .
(Service, Washington, E> C. V, ,
thin festival The breezes waft it everywhere. Defendant. Wou nIL
Christianity was \
pottage.If Christine P. Moaner, You are required to appear on are ri "rI
observed conjointly with the Christmas Christmas bell with gladness ring Care No 6276.ORDER January 13, 1947, In the above January 13. qlllt"I d. "
Europe brought to we have become too blase to OF PUBLICATIONANI 'f
named court and cause, wherein named 1
feast of the Sweet to the new born court
Jan- Carols
Epiphany, on America, but America gave SantClaus be moved by lighted candles or NOTIfB TO APPEAR Christine plaintiff seeks divorce.' Bradford plaintiff seek,," \'ii lU..'
6.December. King. S'rATE OP Telegraph shall publish this roc
uary County County
Telegraph., ,
to Europe. stirred by children's voices singIng whose ronldenceand ,
P. Moeher. Order In ,next four weekly Insue Order In next hill I! I"
25 was finally When the early Dutch settlers of angels and shepherds; If: The Christ Child, that In the address In: 4 Lauf. Street, Worcester Witness my hand and official w tines my I\, -? 1\.1

agreed upon about five centuries came to America, they had never we have lost the yuletide tingle; manger lay, You., are Ma.nachu required ett .to appear on seal at 11 Starke 1048.OFFICIAL Florida, this December cember seal at 10.Stark ,p."lie' ",all"

after Christ's ministryon heard of Santa Claus. Old St if we have grown numb and cold Is with us on this Christmas Day. January 13 1947. In t h.. above ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ( 184f..:
earth and is a date arbi- named court and cause, wherein As Clerk of said Court All ClerkAof said Ii) A
Nicholas, who brought them presents and unresponsive, and feel that Sweet peace He brings to you plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford "
OalnonvlHe, Fla. ,
Zarh H. Douglas, H 0 4'k
trarily set' like that of Easter, each December 8, changed Christmas Is rather a bore, and and 'me. County Telegraph shall publish this Atty. for Plf. 12-13 4t 1-3 Atty for Brown Pit
for the commemoration of an rapidly In the New world. far too much or an -w OrWitnessnmyfheedwandyofficial I 1212.
expense As He calmed the waves on : (0..0.-_____... ___
event, rather than as an actual Florida, this December ___
His name became' abbreviatedand have ceased to be children; and Galilee. seal at Btark <
anniversary. St. ChI'ysostom altered to Santa Claus, and what have we received in placeof 11 1846.OFFICIAL .
If we trust In Him and do His r ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
speaka of this date having been his external appearance under- the glamour and magic? An Clerk of said Court.
will .
first observed by the Christians went great changes. From a For those "old" people who Martin J. Pearl, 803 Oraham BuildInsr SEE ARNOLD
be still. .
He will say to us, "Peace I Jacksonville, Florid GRIFFJS
of the West lean ascetic he transformed 12-13 4t t-3
was have not mislaid their passportto Peace on earth, good will to men, Atty. for PIt. _
The Christmas tree, now an into a jolly, fat old fellow. Ills heavenly fellowship but have Lord grant this we pray-Amen. iv CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I
almost universal symbol, was pale face becanfe the' color ot cherished and kept alive In their -Exchange. COUNTY, FLOIIIUAI IN CHA5I
adapted from the use of a palm rosy apples. He laid aside his hearts the blithe humor and Edward t'EItY J. Kerrle. Plaintiff vs.

branch with twelve shoots to canonical robes, miter and pas- eager faith of childhood, the earth I Excellent quality typewriterand Julia Ferrle, Defendant. Case N().

signify the complete year, aa toral staff to become clothed In and t heaven give thanks-Nug-! pencil carbon paper at The 6283.: ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Fresh,Pork Liver
was the custom of the Egyptians a cap and brilliant red suit, trimmed gets. TELEGRAPH. NOTICE TO APPEAR Puddin
long before the Christian with ermine. The new Santa i STATE OF FLORIDA to: Julia i -
M whose residence and address
ara. The present; significance Claus traded his famous gray ANCIENT HOLLY STILL COUNT, FLOHIUAl C1IAN- Is: 131 Bentley Street, Tot- Hog's Head ,Cheese
of the Christmas tree is thoughtto horse for a reindeer and sleighHe SPREADS HOLIDAY CHEER tenvllle. Staten Island. New York. t. ,
MaryRAllca CrIbb, Plaintiff required] to appear on
Davis You are .
have originated in Europe. also stopped giving presentson In homes throughout America ORDER OF PUBLICATION January 13, 1947 In the) above ,'
The custom of using decora- December 6, and started distributing this Christmas the holly plant AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR named court and cause, Bradford whereinplaintiff :t
aIftaon- the night of will on It* age-old duty of STATE OV' FLORIDA to: T-5 seeks divorce.
tions of evergreen, particularly carry Herbert L. Cribb, whoae residenceand County Telegraph shall publish this
mistletoe, has long been observed December 24. spreading Yuletide spirit, a custom address Ig: 34931815 OMQUS Int Order In next four weekly Issues. '
especially since the time >The changes in his outward that dates back to the pagan Car Co. Mtr. Trans. Bn. A. P. O. Witness my hand and official 2 MILES SOUTH OP STARKE
742, % Post master New York, New seal at Starke Florida< this De-
of the Druids. In the Middle appearance were reflected In his tribes of continental Europe. York. cember 6, 1948.OJo'FICIAL ON GRIFFJS ROAD
Originally the wild You are required to appear on ( J. Thomas, it
Ages wildly hilarious festivities change of character. When he holly grew of said Court
January 6, 1947. In the above Aa Clerk
were held in connection came to America he left behind in the United States over a range named Court and cause, wherein R. H. Duncan, 617 Lynch Building,

with Christmas, which called his rod and bag of ashes with from Massachusetts to Missouriand County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.hall publish Bradford this Atty.Jacksonville for Plf., FlorIda 12-U 4t 1-3 ,(0___ _.____ _"._____
forth ..remonstrances from authorities which he beat' naughty children south to Florida and Texas. ,

of the church, who deplored and adopted an entirely lovable But too much harvesting in northeastern -I

the tendency to stress personality. United States hag des- ,
the festive rather than the reli- Completely transformed, he troyed much of the natural PRACTICAL and

gious significance of the Christmas again crossed the ocean to be growth. Today most holly is

season. welcomed everywhere from Scot- grown from Norfolk, Va., to Flor-

The sending o f Christmas land to Australia. Ida within 50 or 60 miles of the
Atlantic coast and westward In 50 pc. WOOL DRESSES for MOTHER Just Arrived LADIES BLOUSE

W.C.T. U. AT CHKISTMAS TIME the Gulf region to Louisiana. 72x90 _______________ 6.95 and DAUGHTER LADIES SUITS 32-46
ESPECIALLY Current popularity of the holly
Sizes 9 to All Colors
164 QUESTIONS ''A mystical but beautiful teach- is a continuation of the' customof In Pastel Shades

By Dr. Albert Leonard ing of the Christian religion Is the Druid feasts which honored 100 pc. Wool
Murray that if we expect to "enter the the mistletoe and holly In pagan -

What escalator travel only kingdom, of heaven" we must getaway ritelIn Europe the tribes 16.75

down T from maturity that knows under Roman rule sent holly;

What menace to physical, mor- too many things that are not so, branches to each other as evidenceof t on

al, mental, economic, and social that is cynical and sophisticated, good will. Homes and churches

health I I..* llrrnned while contagious that is ready to impute motives were decorated with holly laden

diseases are quarantined and surmise the worst, and go with crimson berries when the

fWhat back to the simple, wld -eyed< pagans celebrated the feast of

In permitted to sell deadly faith of childhood's innocency.The Saturnalia, the "turning of the

prisons| but not an poisons? world-wise and the world- sun." /

What do most. cities accept weary may scoff at the bright Yuletide, the feast made to the '" LADIES SLIPS

casually although alarmed by fancies with which a child's mind Celtic sun god Yaloul, finally l

polio, cancer, and tuberculosis?I bedecks the most drab and dreary; became the celebration of Christmas BLANKETS 100 pc. WOOL 2.95;)

What Is more continuous, more I objects around him. But all our and the holly tree, knownas CANNON, Boxed ____ 13.95 .a/ r
costly and more deadly than learnings as we grow older is a the holy tree, became the

wart mournful and empty thing if we sacred tree for decorations at our SHEET BLANKETS AND As A'

Answer TilE SALOON. have left behind entirely the child Christmas festivals.
other types 2.25 2.95 3.50
Reprint from "Christian wa used to be. Holly does not bear berries until 4

Business. Men's League If we can no longer enter intoa it is five years old. Before 'l tt ,

Bulletin" (Copied from game with rapturous ,abandon: that time the male and female .J :

UNION SIGNAL.) if our enthusiasms are atuplfled: trees cannot bt told apart. There BED SPREADS t /

our. reactions: to our surrounding are more than-30O species of the 2.95 to 13.95 e }
plant, all of'them,native to the ;.. .. "

temperate and tropical regions of ALSO COATS f

both hemispheres.Only Bates Spreads LADIES l r

the American and Knglish >v.L ....I..u 12 to 44 XJ

holly trees have'tich green leaves ChintzCoveredCOMFORTS 18.50 /
I :
These are outlined with sharp ll' to 'li' '
\ r
spines or teeth, and the fruiting ,
40,000 21.50 i
1 i ries.branches have round crimson ber- 4.95

se TMEDICAL '-. A (' I

S You'll eat your turkey and likeit ,.......) \:
this Christmas, but do you ,. "'\0I
65c to 98c
GOOD JOBS know where this festive bird got !

CRAFT Its name ? !/.I' f XXX 1.09

The turkey Is the only speciesof --.. ,. '
poultry native to this country.Its ;\\ ,
name is attributed ,
wE by some
to Its call notes "turk-turk-turk"; TABLECLOTHS ':,$;<< .

Atcb others believe that Its head orna- 1w. \ MEN'S ALL-WOOL
: i' ,4
ments, resembling the fez worn I .

MECa A MONTH to by Its natives name of Turkey, gave rise Floral Designs ---- 1,49 to 3.89 -.9.];: ,,:,. ) SUITS

Another explanation Is seen In W
the fact that the first turkeys / Veytk

from America were sold In Spain, ; L
I largely by Hebrew merchants. CHILDREN'S i'\>

When somebody says to you "Good jobsare Since the bird was frequently confused a DRESSES

hard to find"-DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT-if you're with the peacock, it is said 11 3 to 6

a physically and mentally fit young man from 18 to 34 that: the Hebrew traders called it 2.25 cJ

inclusive! tukkl," their name, for the pea and 2.49
i cock. With the widespread use
In your new Regular Army, 40,000 good job a month P
of this name in English, it easily S. BABY COAT '
I are opening up interesting jobs that pay well a'. that became the present "turkey." t ,
offer advancement, career opportunities and training and &,BONNET SETS

J experience in many useful skills and trades. CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION L r SWEATERS Pink & Blue-

1 New higher Army pay food, clothing, quarters, DATES The: earliest BACK celebration TO 334 A. D. lI k, For The Entire Family Sizes 0 to 3

travel, at no extra cost.. CI Bill of Rights educational birth of ChristDecember of.25 the \ Our Infant's Department
benefits for those who enlist before the official terminationof
each year, took place In the -,-.. -a* ., Is Complete ,
the war and serve at least 90 days and the oppor Fourth century, and the custom l! I II If

tunity for early retirement with a life income add up spread from the western to the ..'

to a career you can't afford to miss. eastern church. Before that date

A 3-year enlistment permits you tf\: choose any branch the commemoration of Christ's

of service and overseas theater which still have openings. : nativity and baptism took place

Go after one othese" good jobs nowl! You can get all January 6. f ,
First mention
Christmas Is xDiEN'S
1 the facts at your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station
1 I found in a Roman document
C known as the "Phllocallan calen-

dar. in the year 334: and the SPORT COATS .
* * * -
* * MEN'S
first English!: celebration of the 13.95 to 16.25 LEATHER


1 h AMtlw fled twilit Ctolfen. (mi Mtdfc) CnIn Stertfxegeae INCOMI AFTIRl gustine Baptized 10,000 converts. 7.50 to 8.95
fey In 887, the) Council of Tours
Pn 20 reera' 10 Y..rs'ee
I Addition the Rihtt to Column 10% One In- Muter Sergeant Me.t. Servlae" s..",.. France, declared a 12-day festival Bors SUITS

....... for Sanrlce O...- or First Sergeant ('16'.00 '10".2' 0189.6) .from'Christmas to Epiphany, 15.00
ISO.....Mximutn S014 Incraaee P.r ,Month up to, Technical I Sergeant" 1),.00 87.79 191.88 Ud later, from 991 to 1016, the 9.00 to

if I Mambar of Plying Per or Staff Sergeant lU.oo4..'" 129.38 laws of Ethelred ordained that Every Day Is Bargain Day At The
Glldar Cr.w. SIO all strife should cease at Christ- .
Month for P.rachutl.u. Sergeant 100.00 63.00 112.90
Flyinc-pa? 8t tu.) mas. In 0 e r many Christmas
Whi"E\ : Corporal 90.00 98.90 101.29
g.g.d upon Paralchut
was established In 813
by the
Duty 3% Incr.... Private First
data 80.00 92.00 ANNOUNCEMENTSimplicity
in Pay fur Each 1 Yuriof 90.00 synod of Mainz, and i in Norwayby
"I .. Private .00 <48." 84.38 King Hankon the Good, in

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OO J6'. ri>lr. 'VQUU.S. STAR STORE
Llifan to Our lomDore'o. "Sound O f," "HRISTMAS:
"Wfrrlan ol ,....." "Kolee eA.. Afmy' '
"'roudlw.. Wo"," end 'eofee/f t/aadce .. :_ ArmyCMOOaT ; The Christmas Spirit U In the air,
en your ,odl... > THtt The breezes waft it everywhere;

;IJtI ""'U.' ...,I .WJ, ). The mistletoe and holly wreaths,
YOUR REGULAR ARMY Poinsettias red with velvety leaves. Patterns

stxvxs me NATION AND MANKIND IN WAR AND PEACE Pine trees standing around on
blocks I Starke Florid i *
250 POST OFFICE BUILDING To be socks laden with candy in little Now In
i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Pop corn balls and popcorn l -
h, \

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I Tornadoes Close Tough- Schedule With 6 Wins, 3 Losses, i- Tie I

Bill Duncan
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Hounding out the year on Homecoming Day with a 12 to 6 victoryover

: Alachua, the BUS Tornadoes ]last Friday closed n season which in

'\ ,r.. li point of victories, scoring and calibre of opposition was one of the best

r J1'1 in local grid history. Piloted by Coach Carson Geiger and his assistant,
F "Shad" liryant, Bradford chalked u\ six wins and a tie lit an exacting;

I A ," ,'f' : 10-game schedule which Geiger himself acknowledged as "easily the
] "
: hardest a Starke team ever played

.. \ Exactly half of six ranking opponents f.n..lln top the locals in the
scoring column St. Augustine
A, S 4/ M. Qie 5 and Lake City were defeated .

ee and Palatka tied.

Losses were recorded ingames

with Gainesville, Holies .

and St. Leo. High-scor

ing victories were won over
Bunnell, Lake Butler, and


Apple evidence that grid

fortunes run In cycles Is seen In. I,
.\ the fact that the team will\ losenearly
all\ veterans by spring

graduation. Returning members

SQl'.XD-Pictured above, the 1946 Tornado football squall emerged from its moat ambitious schedulewith of the squad will Include only

a creditable record of 6 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie. Included in the above photo are: Roy Ray, f two (Joe Monteith and Jimmy

Jlmmle- McRae, George Roberts, Charles Mooney, Dan Priest, Maurice S t a rUng, Leslie Bradley, .. { McRae) with more than a year's

diaries Knight Kenneth Grider, Bobby Frazier, Pete Sapp, Joe Monteith, Drew Reddish, James experience Grlder, Bobby Frazier
Spencer Crews, Rivers, Sapp
Philips, Lowell Douglas Barney McRae, John Rivers, Doyle Hazen, Bill\ Edwards, Billy Edwards, and Reddish will be back, with

Marion Manning, Billy Miles, Everett Crews, Al Harley, Jack Walnwrlght, Henry Bennett, Charles COACIIK.SHead Coach N Carson Geiger (left) one letter to their credit Undoubtedly

Frazier, Paul Canova, Edward Shull, Jack Hall, Jimmy McGee, Jimmy Godwin, Maxie Carter and Assistant Coach Shad Bryant are receiving good material will

emerge from the young boys who
from Tornado followers for a good
.1" 'T ---- -- -- ""' CAPTAINS Jim Brown Godwin (right) 1948: Tornado congratulations answered their first call last
: ;r. 1.v; vj'," i i1 job, well done. autumn and who but small
., .. ,< : Captain Charles Mooney (left) Co-captain saw
r } <,,,,. "
< !, t,, '" ;''W(' I .. chance for action during the season -
( .. .. . .. ,
-- '-. -. or but Coach Geiger reserves
",' next. year, on considering a Ions
:. ; ,,:..: 4 .
*" \ J< of 18 of his 24 lettermen.

jfI, I }./> h t Final letters were Uxued/ Monday
"rI'"' "'' ,
wh ;'II"i: ;, to Charles Mooney htgh-
{"ti1$ I scoring back of the team, with Cl

i: points fur the season; Jimmy
Godwin who reported for practice ,

loot August 12, played> 40 out
of a possible 40 quarters, and
kicked 21 out of 28!) tries for point
After touchdown; Al Harley, who
played 39 quarters, .shared with
r 8 Jimmy' McRaa the runner-up In
I ,! scoring with 24, and was himself
a veteran. of early fall practice;
Doyle Huj-cn.: credited, with 40

.quarters of play; Charley Knight,
..who played In 3D, and was also
on the field" from August 2nd;
Holtsendorf and Manning, with
four years' experience; Lowell
Douglas, who scored 18 point
this *"a8OIDilly; Kdwards. veteran -
KIktHT STIUNO IN FOUM.\TION-Lett to right, front row) Charles Knight- ., Jim Drown Godwin, end, who scored 12 points.;,

Maxle Carter, Marlon Manning, Joe Monteith, Billy Miles, Billy Edwards. (Second row) Lowell Leslie Bradley, reliable second.ring -

Lowell Douglas HB, Charles Mooney, HB, Al Harley, KB; Douglas, Doyle Hazen, Al Harley, Charles Mooney, .. fullback; and ouch powernouses -
) ,
BUKFIKLD Left to right, kneeling -- -
'-( ot; me line a* juaxie' Carter
Doyle Hazen, QB. (Standing, left to right) Drew Reddish, HB; Leslie Bradley, FB; Jlmmle McRae,, Hilly Miles, Barney McRae,

HB. Letters Awarded I TIIii 1946 TORNADO RECUR) Charley Frazier, Everett Crews
and Henry Manassa/ To all, 1 j
To 24 Men On 19 BUS 7
., ,., ;1"'" St'pt. 20 Gainesville I Coach Geiger has attributed "a j
"'-*"'--- ".. -- .p', J'" .
r ;>"'!f.W"p' 'h'0, ',' "'t.'", 't, Tornado SquadAn Sept. 27 Hunnell 0 nus 62 job that wan a credit to the school ]

I't.:1';; J''i4in" ;""'\ Oct. 4 Lake Butler "e. ,6., nus 20 and the town." :ill
,o!', ;:"it award of 1946'football letters Oct. 11 St, Augustine 6 mrs 1:1: HhiMild 1 Have Won

', ','"" '."" 5 5' based on "time of play, performance Oct. 18 Bolles 13 BUS 7 The Coach expresned himself as
./ i'i1Jl, and attitude" was made dissatisfied with the team's
'. Oct. 25 (No game) play :
(,...!.' .' ...'" ".',." Monday to 24 veteran Bradford Nov. 1 Palatka 0 nlls 0 'only In the Palatka came, when
""' 0 .. the deserved
: 1 < "... grldaters. Those receiving 0 HilS 47 Starke and the Maroons were
Nov. 8 Newberry
I.; :: i their
of I
recognition '
deadlocked In a scoreless tie. The
t. ; coaches and school-mates were: Nov. 15 St. Leo 12 HilS 0 '
t1 first down record showed 13 for
4;% t: ," Y1' k r Backs-Alternate Captain Char- Nov 22 (No game) Starke, 4 for Palatka. and the

;;",':? ,.. .,"Jr lea Mooney, A1 I Harley, Doyle Nov, 21 Lake City 20 HilS 21 local mentor feels the boys should ]
"'1 yo1 "Ujj Hazen, Lowell Douglas, Jimmy Dec 6 Alachua 6 IRIS 12 have won that one. Of the loss l '

"VJ; "a 54 >, "i McRae, Drew ReddIsh Leslie to St. Leo undefeated this year, '
:., ." '!' a: Bradley, and '''B. C. Hoftzendorf. Totals Opponents 82 I1JIS 189 he .commented "We were bwaten 1

i' ;' '' Knil*-Billy Edwards, Charles: by a well-coached, fast team, and ,
:)2t ir $;< John Rivers, Pete Sapp. they deserved to win." He attrib-
{ Knight,
1$ With 16: Win
1 Jimmy God- Tornadoes Come Through' uted the Holies' victory mainly 1
Tackle Captain
win, Maxie Carter, Charles Fra- Over Alachua In Homecoming Event Friday to a fourth-quarter blocked punt W j
- and believed the team to be just
r zier, Spencer Crews.GuardsMarlon Appearing slightly stain at the the period ended.Roeuming a week off form against Gaines j

d w Manning, Billy clone (If a difficult 12-we..k wh..d- the attack after an ville. He rated the eleven "pretty
Miles, Barney McRae, Bobby Frazier ule, IIra fords Tornadoes nonetheless exchange of punts In the third hot In the Lake City game, especially

Kenneth Grlder. I Obliged Homecoming celebrants Mooney completed passes. to \ In the first halt" but I.
r1 rs Center*-Joe Monteith, Kverett last Friday by handily defeating Knight and Reddish\ the latter the ttam's. peak form was obviously
f Crews, Henry Manansa, Jr. an underrated team from going to the visitors' 10-yard attained against St. Augustine 1.

4 Student l\lanalt4't-Wllllam An- Alachua, 12 to 6. line. Harley added, for Starke, when the Bradford attack, '
tp 4 drews. The visitors were off to the the season's final touchdown on front a single wing with unbalanced 'I

wars In a hurry In the first a drive through the lino. line, clicked smoothly to

U. S. Forest Service period, gaining the ball by a pass Alachua: thereupon threw a beat Kvtterllnus, 13 to 0. Other I
Interception and marching goal- second scars Into the local team's games of the schedule were encompassed
May Take Over ward to the four-yard line. Starke supporter when accurate pasties more or Ie". In stride,

AreaThe took over on downs at that point by Sheaksy brought the ball deep and provided valuable experience
T Earney McRae, G'; Joe Month. C'; Billy\ Mlle, Blanding and retaliated with a swift attack In Bradford territory and Mai- fur reserve

LI\t-Front: : ( row' left to right) Maxie Carter, Jwards; E; Jim Brown Godwin" T, United States Forest Service featuring Edwards, Reddish, phur scored to bring the team During; the season the Tornadoes .
0; Charles Knight, E; Marion Manning, G; Billy will possibly accept custody Harley and Mooney, the latter' within hailing distance of an up sparked by the leadership
Blandinxwoodslanda off tackle. I' set. Alert defensive play by of Captain Jimmy Godwin and
of scoring
separately transient hotels, residential Rites Held Monday of 23.0OQ: acre George Hoffman, oi Alaclius held tile pigskin for a SUrke maintained the status quo alternate Charles Mooney, scored

Landlords To File or apartment hotels, For Adam WatermanAdam Tallahassee,, U. S. Forest 8 rvlci I fair portion of the half, but was for the 'duration of the period, 189 points, as compared, with the
SupplementalRegistration rooming houses and tourist courts. Management Assistant, stateshere unable to score. BHS wan threatening .: however, with the 12 to 9 count opponent's total of 82.:
Landlords in the area who rent Waterman., 78, died Friday Saturday. I to complete a second tally I being recorded as Bradford's sixth

FormAll only houses and apartments need under December 6th. A retired The Forest expert said that the from the opponents' 10-strlpe as and final win of the year.--- Train Schedule
regulation of New --
housing native
the and
landlords operating a hotel, .. addlUonal regl tra Klassworker residing at War Department has requested B. Starke
not file this Jersey, he had been custodianship ThomasBarbara Miss Annie Darby
to accept I
Service Bids I
oming or boarding house, motor tion and are not affected. the home of his daughter-in-law, the Forest of forest land. In the State Wants agent for the Seaboard, announce
court tourist court or space An area rent representative Mrs. C. W. Sibley, of south and northwest sections ol On Concrete Bridges Jane Thomas, Infant:1 the following schedule rhangsa ef1

rent""l In an auto or trailer camp will be at the mayor's office in Starke.:! east with the proviso daughter of William R and Martha active DH. 12: :
at 11 a. m. at Hopewell, N. J., the Road Departmentannounced I Southbound
In the Jacksonville Defense Rental I I Starke each Thursday He was born that the Army retain ownership I I The State Glisson Thomas, of Lake .
his ser His survivors 'No. I due Htarke 11:33: p. m.
wishing 1868. releaseof
22. week the
Area, Duval, St. Johns I to assist anyone February control. Mr. Hoffman this
comprising and December
j died Friday,
Geneva, 10 92: m.
formerly Mrs. Mary' No. 9 due Starke : p.
Bradford and Clay Counties, are vices. are his wife, to Inspect the lands advertisements for bid in the I I
daughter Mrs Ethel was here 6th. fine was born November 7th, No. 7 due Starke 9.24 a. m.N"IIhMund .
required to file supplementalregl"tratkn Sicking, a formal report to theForest three concrete
I Nevada, a and make a construction of I
their of Las 1946.In.
statements for Promoted Perres If the Service
Sexton of Brldgeton, N. J. Service bridges,, Including replacementsof iitieIn No. 2 dun Stark 5.20: a. m.
wtabllahments before December 'eon, LeRoy of the areas It addition fher parents '
of accepts custody I Alligator Btarke 6:01: a. m.
Sibley structure over No 10 due
31, ((316 William L. Duke, area William D. Sexton of Starke, and a tep- on, Frank will "protect, grow, and sell timber the wooden survived by a brother, William 0.20 m.
No. 8 due| : p.
Germany Pa. Routs 200 ( -
this several I Creek on '
Au sberg. Ardmore ,
rent director, announced now serving in Division bearers were Harry ," ho explained and R. Jr., of Lake Geneva I MUrl< -lb-ll HranrhNo
seek, with the Ninth Infantry to The pall Blcklng. F. C. HolUngs- Caretakers and workers would Highway fib I Funeral services were heM 2 101 leave Starke 7:00: a. m.

Each landlord having rooms will has been grade.promoted He is on and worth Clark V. S. St. John, K. O. Duncan probably b* employed. All lies of the In I! Local operations of the widen-1 department p. m., Saturday Dec 7, at thegraveside ; No. 102 arrives Starke 1:8O p. m.
festered In the SUrke area technician fifth Wainwright, Jr. land under consideration will Include the Cemetery,
Service D. la McRs .
and I j
receive one of the new forms with the Special at 2 of existing' drainage transparent la..-
duty headquar! services were held Claycounty |lIng with the Rev. 0. E. Cutshaw of- New Mrrlptw |
through the mall 'it was stated. Section of the division I Funeral December 9. at the -, IwuherMte corner -' ties on the route In a taeJlI-1 tic nwtrhoalral ponrlls only Joe.
Mr. Duke explained that this 'p. m. Monday Funeral Home,I. Ue.k pass with TF.LEGBAI'lf. bridge construction and ficiating. In charge I'I Veer rholre of ...,!<*.. line eraser
the Jones The were
to C. at Arrangements
ten.Befofe transferred Me
DeWItt I
gistratton: Is being conducted comply,| being Cpl. Sexton wa I with the Rev. S. E. Sparks of. o. Large f sheet blotters to Improvements In Bradford, of DeWItt C. Junes. I Clip, and iced l The TELlOI".rU.SECTION .
to Division.
the country Ninth Interment was at the i and Duvet
*i t h a provision of the Price the 15th: Infantry Regiment''ot ficiating. Cemetery. I Il I match loe each.
Control-: Extension Act of 1946'ot 1 the Third Infantry Crosby Lake

Which! Urecti OPA to classify I i from February I l


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I '. Jencenla Orana-sr, Defend- 'plaintiff seeks ----=
tiff, vm diva,
e. e . e e e Hilarious games were played and arrival of a daughter, Edwina M. S. Grooms of Jacksonville. goal at 20 Srarke., 1946. Florida, this November ant. Case No 6213, County Telegraph shall' "' d

prizes Were awarded to the following Diana, on, Nov. 28. They are now Mr. and :Mrs. J. a. Caldwelland (OFFICIAL !SEAL.: ) A. J. Thomas, ORDER NOTICE OF I'UBLICATIONANU TO Order Witness In next my four hand.w, "U

Hampton winners of the contests, : residing on the Prevatt farm daughters spent Saturday A,.chCljI.kDg Raid, Box Court.411, Oane8ni. BTATH OP FLORIDA TO.EALL seal at 8tarke: Klnri.i l ,, ',j
whose residence vs. Herbert
Jencenln Oranifer L.
north of Hampton. with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Caldwellat Fla cribl
Ity Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Shirley Dennison, Langford Hicks, Ocala. for 'Pif. H-23 U 12-18 la You unknown are :required to appear on Case comber No.2,6263.1948.IO"'FICIAL (.

Vernon Slade, Joan Sweeney, Religious motion pictures, presented December 23rd 1946 In the above SKAU) ,
. e . e Accompanied by Mr and Mrs. r
and cause, wherein Clerk' ,
by Mr. Styman of Jack- named Court d" said Com, M
Betty Roberts, and Louise Ad- Mr. i.v niicriT COIIIT nninronnroiivrr. Brad ..rd
Emory Townsend- of Ralford, seeks divorce. < T. Frank
plaintiff Landrum
UIHTHDAY PARTY .1 the : CIIANcRItY. : Shu'Atty
will be shown at FI.UHIIJ,1I11
sonville, .
kins. Mrs. Smith, assisted by her and Mrs. R. W. Brannen went County Telegraph shall publish. thlaOrder for l'lf. 1 V .
The Recreation Hall was Methodist Church on Friday, Dec. In next four weekly 1
laughter: Mabel, served delightful deep-sea fishing out from Clear- James A. Griffith Plaintiff, v Patricia hand and official V.IN
Witness my
scene of a Joyous occasion on I refreshments of Ice cream, 13, at 7:30: p. m.. All denominations water Sunday. They reported an No. Joan B219. UriiTith, efnndant.. Can neal at 8tark Florida, thin 15th COI'N'I'Y riHcriT. FLORID coi'irp.. 1m'n.,1)
be interested in this of November, 1946. I' f .
will .
birthday cake, fruit aade, assorted PUHLICATION day ticity.Myrtie II"
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 4, at I enjoyable outing and a "catch"that (OFFICIAL !SEAL: ) A. J.Thomas, lambert
cookies, and candles. presentation.Mrs. conformed with the As Clerk of Bald Court. Jack Plies. ,
4 o'clock, when Mrs. W. H. Smith proverbial STATE Of FLORIDA TO: D. C. DefendlLnl .
Minnie Johns, mother of Patricia Joan Griffith, whose residence py Lucille C. Conner 6269. .
entertained 2S: in NEW ARRIVAL one. John J. Henderson, E''q., St.eAuguetine -
people ORDER Of
I L. O. Johns and Mrs. Wilson P. and address la unknown: Pumici V ,
Fla.. Atty. *
honor of the twelfth birthday anniversary Mr. and Mrs Willard Wynn are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of You are required to appear on 11Pit4t 13.18 AND NOTICR: TO ,\1'1"n,
has moved back to Hampton STATE OF
May 21, In above
December 1946 the o'J.ltIIJA
of :her son, Harry. receiving congratulations on the after severaal years of residence Daytona Beach and Mr. and Mrs. named Court and cause, whereIn Bliss, whose residence, ,,' 'f', ,hIn
Junlus Smith of Starke were plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford unknown. e
In Green Cove Springs and iv' niicriT COURT DItADVOIlD
Ypu are
County Telegraph shall publish this required i"
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. rol'NTY. PL.01UUAI. IN C'HANMaVyHAllce January 8, "
Starke. She has purchased an Order In next tour weekly Issues.Wltneiiu 1947 In ''f
J. O. Godwin official named Court ,, <
Thursday. my hand and and em -
attractive home from 0. P. seal at Starke Florida this November Davis Cribb, Plaintiff plaintiff seeks divorce ,, rein
Wadsworth and will settle here Mr. and Mra. H. M. Richarde 20 1946.OFFICIAL ORDER OF PUBLICATION: atlon of Malden Nam. ,.t,.''r'
and children. Jane and Henry, ( r SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ANn NOTICE: TO APPEAR Count Telegraph shall p h" '
permanently.Mr. A. Clerk of said Court. STATE! Of FLORIDA to: T-6 Order In next four wrV this
and Mrs. Paul Ming and returned Sunday from Belle Glade Ch.... R. Hess. 204-03< Realty Build Herbert It. Crlbh, whose residence Witness my d, <.
where they were guests of Mr. Inff. Jacksonville Fin. Attys. for and address Is: 34031815! OMQU8 1st seal at Starke Florid"'n"' ,
r Mrs. Owen Simmons, were shop- Pit. 11-22 4t 13.13 ('.r. Co. Mtr.! Trans. Hn. A. P. O. cemher B, 1946.OFFICIAl. 'I
ping in Jacksonville last week.F. and Mra. C. J. Johns. for several 742, % Post mauler New York New ( SEAL) ,T :,
days.J. IN' cincriT cnvitT BRADFORD York. A. Clerk of laid Court' see
V J. Bolling of Detroit Mich. ('OU'\I'I'Y. FLOItlUAl IN CHAN I You are required to Appear on By Lucille C. Connor I)
: ill the guest of brother-in-law C. Wallace visited Mr. and riciir.Hubert January 6, li>47. In the above T. Frank Landrum Stru.,
r..VrV1L.T and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mrs. Pat Lang in Lake Worth Da Courcey Qranver, Plain named Court and cause, wherein Atty. for Pit. 13 '-

Elland. from Thursday until Sunday. He
d 1 was accompanied home by Mrs.
Mrs. Harmon Sibley and familyof
Wallace who has been with Mr. .
Starke were visiting her cous- } r
,* and Mrs. Lang for two weeks.
ins, Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon,
DOG recently. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.

CNOWb Parker last weekend were Mr.
Misses Harvene Watterson and
and Mrs R. W. Smith and Mr.
Betty Horne attended the Brad-
and Mrs. "Bud" Smith of Tampa.
ford-Alachiia football game In
Starke last Friday night aa Sen- Mrs. A. M. Richarde visited
Mrs. Annie R. Norman in Jack
r ior sponsors.
sonville for about a week, return,
.Mrs. Douglas Hardy Is recuperating -
ing home Tuesday. !
at her home here after a I
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar H. Thomasof '
tonsllectomy performed in the : l.
Alachua County Hospital last Gainesville were Friday sup-
week. Her friends wish her a perguests of Mr. and Mra. J. a.
speedy recovery.
Sunday supper guests of Mr. *
Verda Wall of spent
.. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace were :Mr. }
several last week ,
days visiting and Mrs. Dan Bryant, John Myni- k'
relatives here. + -
han and Misses Joan and Nancy
"PURINA DOG CHOW'S BEST Recent Christmas shoppers In Mynihan of Jacksonville.

Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mr. J., B. Stricklandand

D. May, Mr and Mrs. Hazel Perry son, i Johnnie, of Gainesville

for QUICK ENERGY Pal"Whether Mrs. B. I. Hinson, Mrs. M. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
M. Matchett, Mr. and Mrs. W. A, C. Davis.

F. May, and Mrs. C. L. May. En route from their home in

your dag's St.Bernard or a Pelting M. I* Watterson, Frederick Jacksonville to visit relatives In

se-Purina Dog Chow !is a complete nutritionally Watterson, Archie Eiland, and Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Roy

balanced food he'll really go for. Dog Owen Simmons returned last Flllyaw were visitors to }oIl'. and
week from a successful deer hunt Mrs. M. 'D. Young Saturday night.
/ e Chow is made by the world's largest manufacturer
near Cross City. They baggedtwo Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yarbrough
of animal feeds with all the"know-bow"1, deer. spent the past weekend with :Mr. \ Se"eSanta k

to build a food that's good for your dog-a Miss Frances Colley of Starke and Mr Johnnie B. Johns at i

food that'll pleas his tassel See us today and spent Sunday night with Miss Kingsley Village.IN _

I take home a 3-1 b, bag for your dog. : Barbara Horne and both left for 'V

Jacksonville on Monday, where
rinrrrr COCWT. iminponn
they are employed. COUNTY: FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKUV. Claus

e e e e. e e eState Alf John Katie Plaintiff, v.. Bar-
hare K. Kataeff, Detendant. Case

SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO., Farm No. ORDER 8220. 05, PUBLICATIONAND At The Farm, Home & Auto Supply
Ily Mn Bryan Whitfield Barbara E. Katseff whose residenceand

e BRIDGE. ,. CLUB. e e MEETING. e . : Brooklyn You address are, N.required In:Y.1014: E.to 35th appear Street on, 1 Gifts for All Members of The Family I

I December 21, 1948, In the above
Mrs. C. M. Turney was hostess named Court and cause, wherein .

at last ;week's meeting of the I County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford thin {r; .. )< f, ', !"" -,.... v
State Farm Bridge Club, entertaining I Order In next four weekly Issues. .. ,
at her home I Witness my hand and official sealat
Thursday Starke ,
Florida this November
afternoon. The holiday motif was 20. 1948.

emphasized, by lovely poinsettia As(OFFICIAL Cleric of SEAL said)Court.A. J. Thomas

At the, end of the games Mrs." I Chas. II. I less, 204.05 Realty DulldIn FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
Sat. Dec. 14 Turney served a salad course to if. Jacksonville, Kla. Attya. for ,
fit. U-22 4t 1J-13
the two tables of players and, to t 144 W. Call Guy Andrews Starke Fla.
Mrs, Nelle Beavers who was her I'* nncriT' romr, miAnronnOHMTV. ,
tea guest. During the progressions .
Verna Otis Plaintiff,
orange juice was enjoyed. vs. William
Otis, known aa William Mobley,
AT SHOW GROUNDS JUST SOUTHOF Prize awards on this occasion Defendant. Cane No 5229. .
were as follows: In contract bak- ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1
TOWN ON HIGHWAY 200 (13)tunic ing dishes for high and second STATH OF FLORIDA APPEAR TO:
high scores were won by Mrs. Wlllliim Otis, known a*. William
!Mobley, whose residence Is
M. E. Grlner and Mrs. W. N. known:

North respectively, and In "bingo"Mrs. You are required to appear on

I P. D. Fancher won a handkerchief named December Court 23, and 1918, In. the wherein above
: .- plaintiff seek divorce.cause Bradford ONLY

t ti-u J ) }1 The teen-age group of boys and Order County Witness In Telegraph next my four hand shall weekly and publish official Issues.this

I girls had an Impromptu dance at
1i the Community Building Wednes-

t day night of last week. Mrs. J. '

O. Caldwell was the chaperoneon 1 ,4

I The this junior occasion.'group of boys and 'Wett.1aJft CH VROLET

yn1i1 w '11,1 girls enjoyed a weiner roast at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I.

Walker Saturday evening. \ I // : ,
Sunday visitors of Mr, and \ ... .
... ... ,,,' '
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were :Mr. and <
I '
Mrs. W. R. Stivender and Mrs. "Q $); <;j.A ,,\\.".,
.;. oJ ; ATI

/1 J y.'W(, r"

uwmfs or ( / etI
fNH MSNVEL. eta Seeds NQw., 4"4 ,
22 YSNte-sOO.rorat-Sa: CLOWNS
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plan-A little down and A little
? more each wcok.
... Here the better ...ay,the modern
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i iIII
England farm, announced to and dip covers against moisture ,

fIIGGER.FETTERGRANDEq all and sundry "Anyhow, I'm shrinkage and ingrained stains

THAN EVER BEFORE holilln my own. I didn't have such as "cokes" or mixed drinks. V J

A. CIIPe.g Kw sk k*ek wartsr areat et$* *. nothln when I come here, and The amazing new Shawer.Fruf 4

ERA IN New TENTED Cre.tkta.NEW AMUSEMENTS. I ain't got nothln' now" process nor only is water repel-

arr/e/ Ar sal a-s.ers w erla krwNr w. lent but increases wear and gives
i tlpMa..Uer.I..N/r.rr5 $5ar..t.lta Boxer: "Have done him any most fabrics the/rr/and of new In fact Chevrolet has the line
CHMDMnrS metals MMUU. CIRCUS damage T" : lowest-priced .!!
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. ceived ----.- -,... -- .. ._ .. __ H ._.__ .
many lovely gifts from her Mrs. R. P. Lewis were in Gaines made a business Trip to Jacksonville OIU"E1IF PtTllLI'ATIONS" I'u
friends fly Urn-Ilia C. Cnnmi. |II Carollnn
as mementoes of the oc- ville Monday. .\ NOTICE TO APPEAR .,
.T C
Tuesday. nnrrani'O l Lnu l'\ ,
rookerPAKTV h.1I1.| You mi' i < ipiii id ti" "rp".11 nil
casion. At a late hour, after an Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. ftnrrln.8T.VTB hone OF FLORIDA residence to'.J n j.HI.lit.\ .InokHonvlllu. Flu Monda\., .hiniiiiiv. ilth, l'k7.( in tbo
Rivera and
i George of ... nd- Ally fur fit l IZ n! 4i, l. J7iv ahoy niuwd ,'"..1'1 endwhom i an"'.
11ft. t, W. Markeyty enjoyable time, the guests departed are proudly announcing the arrival Graham were guests of Mr. and "hlll'h'.I"n dr |I.: ,:.tim N. C l.v| Oak Avenue In plnlnllff' H...kM. ,ilivnrti' iniflolintotlv .
. of a Albert of child. Hrudfold CmintTelenraph \
son Gulnn born Mrs. J. W. Kelley Sunday. You are required to appear on rl"r..r ('cU'u'rI.'ulln'
November 21 at Alachua County Miss January 0, 1:147.: In the atiovo /'OI'v'r. Y. F'OIIIl"1 Iv l'Il t\-. next' four shall weekly publish ImiueaVltniKM thin. Onl.rIn
Louise I'arrsh! of Jack- nand Court and wherein'
entice fKIIV.
Mr. and Mrs T. W. Hospital In Gainesville.Miss \ my bend and offlt-liit
Markey: i iI plaintiff loBka divorce
Tlradfnrd ,
sonville spent the weekend here Dorothy PrltrockonffHHt. plnlntlff Real nt Htarkf, Florida, this 2nd
Polk entertaln- Mr and Mrs. Earl Green and I Iva Mae County Telegraph shall publish\ this VH. Alex Hi-hrtckonmiM. t.'C.\1\ .
Lewis of Starke Mr. day of Iti'temt 104HOFFICIAL
annr and Mrs. Roy Green, Mr. order In next tnllaweekly, Is.uea. C..e No. 6347. .
:'mftd J the Brooker John William Green were shop- : spent the. weekend here' with her I and Mrs. Earl Green, Leslie, Wltnena mv hand and official Healnt tilt nlllt: OF PrnMCATION Art( Clerk of HKAI.t natd. Court A. J. Thomas
Itt t at her attractive ping In Gainesville Monday after i parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Green, Clyde Cone, Mr. and Mrs. i A, 194(1FFlCTAn StHrke. Flurlda. this Owetnber AND NOTH'B Oh" 1I'.UIIII1\TO A.AHR'rA1'Po ..:> AlctSrlirufkeiitfant. liy Lucille C. I'.nn"rl I>., C.
lay afternoon of last noon. ., Lewis I Luther; Sowell Mr. ahd Mrs. Wade:' 1t.> !SFIVL; A. J. Thomas ahnse residence nnilHiMremi John, .Florida.Atty. .1. llentloi. 'nun. KMII fct AllffURtlne -
Llebratlon of her blrth- Mr. and Mrs. Harmon I 'I A. Clerk of sold Court. I I..: ANN!' llox At58f.mp: for 114t 13-17
: -, Morganand Brooker residents attending the Harrell Mr. and Mr T.V. II. C. riuMwtn, UulneHVllle. Fin lortlun, UeortflA.You .
Lrsary Mrs. Leslie Green were In funeral of W. L. Parrish at Ezel Harkey, Mr. and Mrs. Resale Ally. for Pit U-6 tt 12-17 are r"
young/ people present Starke Tuesday p. m. Chapel Sunday Included Mr. and Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I named January Court 8.941\ and ,In rouse the wherein above IN<...nnriir t >ri, 1.01111"1 rntit'rt 1I1I'III'Olln IN IIINKobert .-
of various kinds.refreshments Miss Doris Hodge of Jackson- Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children Howard. A. B. Surrency, Mrs. i IM nnrrrr coriir nn 'i'romir plaintiff: seek itlvorc i'rad0rd l 1'FAIY* ..
lent (u vrv. Fi.oiiuiti IN tiiA'vrunv. : County Telegraph shall publish; thli. i). Parks, Plaintiff v.
ous of ville was visiting her parents Vera Allen and daughter Mary with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. : Order In next four weekly Issues. Joann Parka, efenditnt. Case No.
Ice cream were served :Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodge dur- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Farrish Norman Parrish. I Maria Morris Waliion, Plaintiff \*. Wltneim n.y.net sod offlrlnl 6IMonni8n
Levy M. Watson Defendant Case ..'Hl at StHrko. Florida. this No- OF PI-HLICATION
[evergreen trees In front ing the weekend. Russell Green Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas No. S300OKtlKll. vemh.-r 39 1114\ *. ANI NOTICM 1 TO APPHAK

!fIIdence. Carolyn re- Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and W. Hodges and children Mr. and made a business trip to Jackson' ANn NOTICR OF PtTRl.IC'ATION TO APPEAR: IOKKICIAI.An Clerk of.. >nlil AI.A('OIO..t.it ,J. Thomas STATIC, whose! OF. residence FlxiKIDA and to:...hlr.JnminIarki ...
Mrs. Dave Green and Cecil Davis. ville last week. STATE OF PU>Rir>A to: LevyL K. K I'errvnmn, ftnrke. Fin, IKKoute: S FMlrnumt, West Vir
Mrs. Dukes of Dukes Mr.: and Mra. Harmon Morganwere Watson whose residence. and address I. .: for IMf. l2- 41 13-37 ginia.Ion.
was la 117 South Suintur Street are required to appear nn
Have You Yet Seen visiting relatives here Thursday. In Gainesville Monday after- tiumter: South Carolina.Ton \ --- January 6, l 11047. In the ahove
are required to appear on ts itirrir ro111T, ell n..OIlIl named Court and cause, wherein
Malcolm Lewis made a business noon. January 6. 1947 In the aliuva named rni M i'Y. I"I.unll"\I, iv tn\x.. plaintiff eeeka divorce Diadford
The Great Painting: trip to Lake Butler Friday. Russell Green and A. B. Sur Court and cause, wherein plaintiff <'KHY.Miiixarvt,: I County Telegraph shall publish this
seeks illvoruu and riHtoratlon Ford l HnlMin Plaintiff' va. Order In text four weekly |KHU
rency made a trip to Live Oak of :Maiden 1. Marl In Snl>o", Dufcnilaiit I'IIHO .
Mrs. T. W. :Markey and Mrs. Nniue Hradrurd' Bounty Wlluena my hand anti official .
[The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR" Friday. TclrKriiiih shall publlnli thin Order No. ftwKI.ORI ; Kill lit Starke! Florida, thin D.'ember .-
B. J. Lewis were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and In next four weekly lHHiia.Wltne >BK OF Pt'lU.U-\TIOM: S, Ii4! .
Mrs L. R. Waters at Alachua .a my hand nndr oYflclnl ANH NOTKMt TO AITKAKSTATK (OFFICIAL. J JT..) A. J. Thom. ,
baby of Jacksonville were weekend seal Mt Ntnrke, Florida, this Pecamber lif "KI.ORIHA J, Mnr- I Aa Clerk of mild ,'- ''nrl.I .
On Display for The Public Wednesday. guests nf Mrs. R. P. Lewis. 5. 1R4HOFKU"IAI I tin hobos. whose InKt known renUdenru I Chas It llenH, J04-U5 Really. I1MjHckaonvllle ..
Mrs. Roscoe Parrish of Orlandois < t;" Ar.) A. J. Thomna, and address It* No 1K6 ONwevo Fla.
Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Starke Aa Clerk of said Court. Street I'hnrli'nton. South. I Atty. for Pli. ll-t 41 tx-27
At The .... here visiting her parents Mr. spent Tuesday here with Mrs. I .
and Mrs Buddie RUBS. John Cone.

GOSPEL TABERNACLE "" L. A. Brown spent Monday In Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green were 4 .

Gainesville shopping In Gainesville Wednes ATTENTION
J. K. Douglas and son, Howard I day.

Miss' Mary Ellen Waters of La

grouse was visiting her sister .

fi Mrs. Cephua Harrell, recently
\\ive Him "A .
Parent-Son Banquet
.. .,.... .. to ,
"" """ to'
Planned by FFA ,, ,. ..... .. ..".. .. I"

a Practical I the Plans annual are FFA shaping Parent-and-Son up well for McNAIR'S YIELD-TESTED TOBACCO SEED

Banquet which will be held here

.. clock Friday In night.the USO Dec.building.13, at Fuller 8 o'- Can Now Be Purchased From Your Local DealerR.

GIFT I f ffe'Z Warren, Jacksonville attorneywill
Thf7I address the members and

their guests. Several state officials B. Roberts & Son Worthington, Fla.
are expected to be present
Elmer Johns local FFA president -
The Store Brooker Fla.
will nerve as toastmasterand ,

K expected to attend. McNair'ri", yield-tested. tobacco seed are grown on McNiilr's
: Doylo Conner of Starke, State Farm! under the supervision! of trained personnel who cooperate

FFA president will report on the closely with the Agricultural Experiment: Station! and the

Alvarez StoreESTABLISHED recent national convention whichhe North Carolina Crop Improvement Association in an effort to

2 attended. give you the latest strains! nf improved varieties.! In addition

all varieties we offer Heed of are tested", on our mn experiment
1891 Buys School House Station. ,

W. S. Sibley of Theresaa was
the successful bidder, on the old i
't; Tlieressa school house which was ASFOU SEED IN THE TOIACCOIAUN TIAT'SJVllRl8

offered, for sale by the community THE HIGH DOLLAR FOUND
several weeks ago. The money

will be used to help In the construction CROWN KY
I of a community center.

ST'\RKE.-Mornlng Worship 11 A. .
M. Bible School 3 P. M. Evening -
Service, 7:45: : P. M. Evangelistic
Brotherhood, Monday 7:30: P. M.\
Bible Study Tuesday' 7:43: : P. M.

Children's Bible Hour Wednesday MNOI(ppl. ailnnnnnpe: f ,I
J r /
KQij lll'tilj I I
:3 P. M.\ Ladles Prayer Meeting le ( uA i
Thursday 3 P. M. Evangelistic A Now Real :

Service Friday 7:45: : P. M. Inspi- >> Ikw I : I a ,
rational Youth Meet Saturday ,
7:45: : 1'. M. Communion every first i
Sunday' morning. Mr and Mrs.J. .

T. Quigley Sponsors rlii i t I IIfil
r Santa Claus f
IN < IHfl'IT f'ftl'IIT. HHAIiroMII J r
4'(115TY. FI.OHIIMl IX: CIIANSara ,
lob (
Kull.il.. "'"tis. Plaintiffm., li jI,
fillY L. Walt., Defendant. Case, No. l II
1 6231.: onnEn op pura.icATiov:
Ouy I.. Watt, whose residence and
address In: P. O Lox (04, Lamheater.
Month Carolina:
4 you are reiiulrmi to appear on
riKormbor lard, 104(1.( In the above ,
named Court and cause, wherein
County plaintiff: Telegraph peeks dlvorc I nhnil .publlih Ilradforit thin ,, 1 i, We Have A Special Table ,t

order In next four weekly (Issues, k f' -

nt Wltnenn Ht..rke,my Florida hand,and this official November seal! 1 Packed With Special Gift for <<
tl. 1141.OFFICIAL. ,
( SEAL) A J. Thomas.
Aa Clerk of paid l Court.
liy Lucille C. Conner D. C. "'
T Frank l-andrum, Ptarko Fla.). f 5rJ/ $1.00
\N// Ally tor IMf. 11-13 4t 1Z-1J ,
.' -
iv iniciir f'01 err nutnFnnn.
fell "'1"Y, FLORID IM CIIAMF.ICV : !
4 ; These "Surprise Packages" include WATCHES. DIAMOND
Jr. plaintiff vaKilith .
Osorge W. Hyatt
: It. Hyatt Defendant. Can 2 RINGS WATCH BANDS PARKER 01
r Oh1' FLORIDA to: Edith
... and more worthwhile gifts .
K Hyatt, whose l la unknown. I' <<
You are roiiilred| tu appear on

e named January Court e. 1941.and In r..."the..., 'Wh..raln ahoy Our Store and See This Unusual Xmas Gift Table MAKINGDELIVERIES plaintiff Telegraph.*i-ka dlrorc"*hall .publish llrailforilCounty this i J 1;! Visit
Order In neat rout weekly l I. "ea
hand and ofrlrlalpeal
r.mher Witness at 5,MtitrkH 194T. my Florida, thus 1.-! We don't know what is in the package Nor do you! 0'

(OKFIflAL SKALA, J. Tliomaa.At ,
Clerk i.f Bald cioity .

Atty Jarkminvllle.J.II r I.ui'lll.for Durrani". lit C.. Florida Conner.I...w Exchange I'Ut. c U-17, J STRICTLY A BLIND PIG IN A POKE f

.,. FAST it('O1 f-IIUT'r... "Y. ri-oinuM rotiir, JIll 11R .,.tl1AN-....O"U I II But a real Xmas Gift to make some member of your GJ

ASASWECAN :rn"'n.:: Ilarrln. plaintiff' "... J.
Cue No.
H. Harrln, Defendant
5231. family happy f fi
: .

Now Serving A Full I Ii

,, Short Line of I'late Orders Lunches, and i J With Each Purchase You Are Given An Opportunity f


As rapidly as we get materials, Clean SandwichesA Quiet i i To Receive A Xmas Turkey Free! G

new customers get service. Place To Eat \ KJ

I i IXIECAFE J Harley F. Strong f

COMP1W i ,
702TEMPLE{ ; ;} The Fluent Jewelry Store in Starke GII

Open Daily 6 a.m9 p.m. II

I Open Sundays 12-9 p.m.

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I Much Credit f for Success of Tornadoes Goes to Band, Cheer Leaders and Majore

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. . Jackie Haskins Senior Biogs



_ .I HomecomingThe February 28, 1929 Martha
Lucille Alvarez was born to Mr.
Jackie: IIlMkbllt .1 Homecoming -sponsors' and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez of Starke.

s from the Senior Class for the Living In Starke,all her life Lucille 4

Society Editor, .1 year 19<15-061 were: (she always uses that name) ,

Marion Brown Miss Jackie Haskins, who chosea has gone to echool at Bradford N

fuahla\ suit, a white blouse, High School for 11 years. In-
Sport Editor I black .&uccegsorles.and a black fur terested in the school activities Rw..

Steve Weldon coat. Maxie Carter was her es Lucille has been a member of the

e cort. Glee Club for two years. A loverof

Student Advlnor, I MIllS Harvene Watterson, who sports, you can always look ..
Blanchard LAWEditorial : chose a pink wool dress,' a black for her at the football and bas B. If. 8. BAND-It is a well known fact that much of the, success of a football team depends upon the'
coat and black accessories Junior ketball games right In with the support it receives from the sidelinea. Spearheading this all-Important factor this season, as always,

Norman was her escort cheering section. Other likes are was the crack BHS. Band which was there "with the goods" at every home game. Pictured above

I Miss Betty Horne chose an aqua swimming, movies, and like most (left to right front row seated) Robert Stefanelli Robert Cox. Lloyd Grider, Barbara Moore, Joan

The cafeteria line has been a wool dress and a three-quarter black people wavy, she loves hair to and eat.brown She eyes.has Carpenter, Archie Carmichael, Delano Thomas, Cla-a Griffis Velita Hedged, Florence Brown, Peggy DmECTOR-. \V

popular topic for discussion sinceI censorles.length grey Dickie coat with May black was her ac- At the moment she Is undecidedas Dale, Vivian McRae, Edwin Marshall. (Front row standing) Rudolph Sapp, Bruce! Maxwell, Jack

can remember, and I don't mean"popular" escort ,to what she* is going to do Russell, Joyce Moore; Marland Crosby, Marian Brown, Margaret Reddish, Joyce' Newsom, Minnie Lou

right after school, but her ambi- Hazen, Martha Horne, Idell Land rum, Helen Adkins, George Canova, Levy Canova Jr. (Rear row) BAND OFFICE
In the way pleasant Miss June Hall wore a wool
tion Is to become a beautician. Delbert Crews Leslie Bradley, Paul Canova, June Caldwell, George Roberts, Joe Monteith, Janet
dress of pale pink, a black fur
things are popular coat and black accessories. Having a hobby of collecting postcards Anderson Buddy Faxon, Pat McGrtff. MUdmrl Thomas, Al Stefanelli, Billy'McCall, and A. W. Bates
Last week If you remember, and pictures she Is good director.
During the halt, the Sponsors
topic was courtesy. I haven't
my natured and her only dislike Is
met in the middle of the field
changed my opinion by any "conceited people",
fnntaln Tlvntvttr fSmlurln and r/l
means but. as previously stated tnsdc
all of us' do have those points captain Charles; Mooney; were on GENE ANDREWSIn

which can stand Improvement,I the field ,with corsages of white New River.. Florida on October y

and that is certainly one place In I chrysanthemums which were 14, 1929 the stork broughtto
which our best manners haven't presented to the sponsors. After Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrewsa *

thus far been exhibited this ceremony, the cheerleadersgave son having blond hair and grey
a cheer In the field with the Gene has attended schoolin
There Isn't a one of who eyes.
the mascot, Beverly Ann Lappe, help- Starke for 11 years and Is a
enjoys trampling or pushingyou
Ing to give it. FFA.' doesn't
member of the He
in the
get of the
middle '
The candidates for the football
care too much for studying and
scramble. Rules have been madeto
queen were Misses Jackie Has. most of all he doesn't like chem -
cover this and the matter of I :
e king Edith Manning, Doris Mon. istry. A lover of the out-door-
letting others in line ahead of '
crier, and Jo Ann Dlnklns. world Gene plans to be a farmer
you. As a matter of fact, some I' Buddy Fa'con Peg Aij
After the football game, the when he finishes school He en- President
tell that girl or boy that she gins
or members of BUS plus some for. Joys hunting and fishing but, @ t S
he may get behind them. I won mer members, enjoyed dancing at when It cornea to eating he likes

der how much the person already the former USO auditorium, to fried chicken and al\ that goes

behind you appreciates your"kindness" the records of A. W Anderson.At with it.Sports,
The chances are, 11:00, Voting was stopped

BOrne of you don't mind it but and the votes for queen were ,
Biogs ei
the ones who do, outnumber you counted. About 11:30, the candidates 1

considerably, and Incidentally, lined, up with their escorts DOYLE IIAZRN -
fall in that category. and assembled at the foot of the Doyle Hazen Is from out ;

Remember, every rule In school stage. The escorts were: Maxie Brooker way and started to BHSin

la made to benefit you either directly Carter (Jackie Haskins) ; Joe his tenth year of school. Doyle L3'T1Delbert
or indirectly Monteith (Edith Manning); came out for football In 194445.
Henry Manassa Jr. (Doris Mon He weighs 155 pounds and plays I
abide by them?. It shouldn't be crlef); and Alvin Louis (Jo Ann I
back the team. Fri- 'I
necessary tor'one of our teachers Dlnklns). blocking on CHKEKLKADnKS-Sharing'honors with the Band as ardent suppozi. 4.i ol the teals are (left fo tight! )
to have to keep an eagle-eye; on At this time Miss Jackie Has- day high night school was football.Doyle's gameof Herbert Flllyaw, Billy Smith, Dorothy Anderson, Doris Moncrief Jackie Haskins, Edith Manning!
Mary McDonald, and .
kins was announced winner of Peggy Tilly.MORETESA1ways

,' the three-weeks contest with a JIM BROWN -GODWIN

1111.TUNGTREES total of $14163 or 14,168 votes Jim Brown' 'is from the State -r14i Crewe Joyce

The next candidate was Jo Ann Farm, and has been a student of Conductor Treaa

I Dinkins with a total of $98.14 or BHS for 12 years. He weighs 245

Bert U. S., varlstiee-..early-bearlng, 0,814 ''votes. Second and third, pounds and has played three yearsof

'YIaorosu' prolific. High oil content.ajeur 111 order, were ,Edith Manning, football. He is Captain of thefootball
I with $48.03 or 4,893 votes, and The extra points
:r. best selection, order" NOW team.
Doris Moncrief, with 41.89 or I when kicked are made by him. He a

4,189 votes. Jackie and Maxle also kicks off, for the TornadoesOn
( riCA were asked to come up on the the line, Jim plays right i
stage and took their places in tackle. He played his last high a Y p r

NURSERIES. I 1 the throne of the king and the school football game Friday. He

queen. Captain Jimmy Godwin hopes to play college football. We ssrr

-------- in his
all wish him success hope.


Billy's first nine years of school .

TUB were spent In Lawtey. He start.
.C t 'tA
ed In school here In the tenth 7

grade and this Is his third and
r BLUE TAVERNGood last year of high school football. Leslie Bradley Marian

Billy weighs 170 pounds and plays Secretary Rep<'

right end on the team. Some of
Home-Cooked Meals the punting for the Tornadoes Is

done by him. RO

I Steaks Chicken Sea Food crowned her "Miss Jackie Has : I PIES & CAKE!

kiM Queen of 1046-47" and pre.
Plate Lunches sented her with a corsage of yellow 1L'4 None are bell

chrysanthemums. A gift of thanLappe
the Junior Class was a gold ankle
Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks ,
bracelet, A very pretty and useful -

gift. Bake

OPEN FROM 10 A. M. TO 11 P.M. Immediately following the t .
crowning of the queen, a grand DRUM
parade, given in honor of her, the a highlight and a welcome bit of entertainment between .halve. were makes
Everybody Welcome Your Business cOlortulJy-c08tumed Drum Majorettes: (left to right) J Ann Smith Ruth I
was led by Dot and Lyle Anderson. ton, Virginia Carmichael Marie Betty sex: CAKES MADE TO
Appreciated McKinney Sharon Hall, and Florence McCulley

,Congratulations, Jackie! -- I
IS' nn1nroup
rOlll'loTY, FLOHIItA. dente and address U unknown:
DUB RHODEN Mgr. eLliV.Vinson You are required to appear on
Tailor-Made December
Clifton 21rd. 1946, In the above

Phone 131.W SEAT COVERS Csse YII. Melba No. un.DrIIU"Drivers"'* Detelldant.'Plaintiff' County 1 named plaintiff Court Telegraph seeks and divorce.Khali cause, Bradford wherein publish R. B. Alvarez & Sc(

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR this. .Order In next four weekly l Issues. -
t STATE: OF FLORIDA tot: Melba
Drive-era, whn., residence and a.l- lOt VtnrkemFloridaathistNovembar
d 8.e Is 319 Queens 8t, Co
town. B C. Ueorge. to, 1946. Transfer & Storage
EVERYDAY You are'required to (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.: J. Thomas,
FARM NECESSITIES December 30, m*. In theeabove Zaeh tikDou laid Court.
2fJT.tourt. seeks divorce Bradford vIII., FtR.
County) Telegraph l shall publish Atty. for Plf 11-Z2 4t 1J-13
5-Tooth Planet Jr. Cultivators this| Order In ".*' four weekly .

sued.Starke my'hand. an" official a.al I.I, NOTICE! 13 NOTICE OIVEN We operate local and I<
AH Work Guaranteed at Florida, thl. N..mb.r A' L WHOM FIT MAY
57. 19U.'OP'P'I"IAL. ; CONCERN Moving and
Planet Jr. Seeders WARD SEAT I A. Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas. r'TI:: In,I the have estate filed my of Samuel Final Re J. r distance Anywhere
Norman Florida.
T. Frank I.andrum Ntarke. Fla. and will on the 10th day IPrll" the State of
Atty for Pit. ;it of December. U48, make applloatlon -
1J-JO to -
the County Jud. for Final ..
PLANET JR. Discharge a. Administrator of Careful jlordnlI :
aid Samuel J. Norman Estate. ,

; Hand Fertilizer Distributor Phone 10 Court Madison St. 1:01: CO".TT.cIRrt'IT COITUT IIRAnroRD 1* I. Renfroe, Administrator.11-14 4t u-t
t.tRY.: :
Ideal for Strawberries Mae A.Kelly K..lly. Plaintiff. ".. ...
Oefndant CM No.

I 0254.AND BR O,.
Planet Jr. Strawberry Plows EXPERTSERVICE Ma.TATKelty who..rwldenc.Find

address 'I.: Kuckland State; Hos
pital. OranaeburaNew Tork. '
You are required to
r December Ill, UU, In ,K5'above
TRICYCLESFor named Court and cause wherein
Air-Speed pl.lallft! seeks Divorce. Bradford I 4
22n.tTT'll>irra|>h shall Publish this,
nest tour
weekly Issues.I
Children wlin.s my band and official
..al I at Stark., .Florida this NoVmher -
37. It...
And many other items too OFFICIAL HEAL) A. 3. Thontas.
Clerk or Pal..et Court.
numerous to mentionFARMERS' T. Frank Pit drum, Starke, Fla.
AU). tor 11-2' h 11-20

.. IN' riRcriT COraT-. BRA.OrORD 1
Chas. C.Shepherd
Rmmett Cotiworth Avrett. Plain. n u ,roNi ; u
... .
E. .! M"urtAvrett., Defendant
I Cu. No. S1SO.ciMOKK .
MARUCA, OWNER .At Gay'a Service Station u\l' PUHLi..'ATOM /t4 '
Ethel Maude. Ayrett. whose ....1.