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 20, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Berry Season FFA Parent-Son Banquet Outstanding Success Free Mass; XRaysTo

Gets Earliest Be Given Here


tart on Record 3tk j T Early In January

. The calendar: for the strawberry
mrket appeared a trifle askewthis ) Tho portable x-ray unit of tho

, week. For perhaps the first { n ; Florida State Hoard a t Health

toe on record quantity ship- will be In Bradford County on
meat from Bradford growers January 6. r, 8 and 0 for mass

olnclded with the early Plant x-rays of persons 15 years of age

City season. I r and older There Is no charge
for this valuable service.
Starke activity was of a local 1 t ? '
Th mobile unit will be at the
nature, the majority of shipments ,

Ding to merchant in!:",Jackaon- w + a., H I } I whit Lawtey students School school on Jan. 3 where

rile|) Over 500 crated were moved t I hand employees
-s-F _____ other adults will be
____ x-raye
last week at prices reported p 4
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4 4 from 10 \<> 12 a. m. and from 1
8.00 to 10.50. and 60 crates f
/nom ,4' _7 A Lt 'jPGU'W -
to 2 From
m. 3
p. to 5
> p. m.
rare sold Monday morning at a
colored students and
$11. One farmer who hauled to ,. I ,i y t r colore.1adults
will be x-rayed at the Law.
Jacksonville! was paid, $13. t & t F
tey School.On .
-j ; I
Notwithstanding "make money"prices V ,
January 0, 7. 8 anti 9 the
county ,growers were hoping : unit will be in the Rm Cross

for cold weather.to cut short room at the ,Starke Armory and
the current yield, which would In- the
"- -- complete schedule of hours

reaae the volume of the. spring USO Auditorium Photos by Itolljwood. lauirtCVA' : Hilt hop Leaders In State will bo announced next w. ek.
awn./ Farmers report that two t
Since tuberculosis Is curable
pops, Interrupted by frost seldom Filled to CapacityLast Organization Its early stage, all persons 15 In
produce as much, as a continuous -
season at pormal time. Friday Night Attend Event Here yean take Qt advantage age or older of this are urgedto

U r picking continued at length before oppor-
l'rPMhlent "Future Farmer, ; Many high-ranking officers of tunity for a free x-ray. Officialsof
the first cold the
span spring
why are we ln-ret" the State FFA organization attended the State Board uf Health
would be lessened.
output All momhiTH In unUon: "To the annual 1'arent-and-Son tress the following facts about

December's heavy yield haabeeB practice brotherhood, honor Banquet: of the Bradford Chapter the x-rays t

attributed both to moderate rural opportunities| and riifilliil here last Friday night. Among 1. It docs not hurt to have an
weather and excess moisture left IPH those present were:
1 1 and develop tliiimi I x-ray.
ill the soil by summer rains. qualities of leadershiplikh a : Sandy Johnson of Quincy for- 2. It takes only a minute

.Starke buyers last week Included Future. Farmer should POHKOHH. mur State President; 3. You do not have to undress.

John .Calvert Millard Judd. \ Richard McCleery, !Hrooksvllle ,, 4 You will get a confidential

Loon Norman Zeke Dryden and One resounding' tap of the t f former State Secretary; report on the result of your x-ray.

Charlie Johns.Christmas. gavel from Chapter President!! Elmer -! :y + e ,
1 Forrest Davis, Jr.. Qulnc.
Johns and the Third Annual State 1st Vice President; Polio Treatment

Music ,ford Parent-and-Son Chapter, Future Banquet Farmers, Diad-of { Lynn Ward, winner State pub- Shown In Film
lic speaking contest a a d State
America was off to an Impres- secretary. At Rotary? ClubA
sive start In the USO building
[ro Fill The AirThe Friday night at 8 o'clock Floyd Phlllman. Dade City film showing the Importance
State 4th Vice President
Filled to rapacity with 220 FFA sl ; 'of physical therapy In the tre.t.m.nt .
Hul Davis, president' Quincy
members and guests, the huge l of infantile paralysis was
of chimes I and the Chapter(
pealing USO auditorium presented a colorful ahown at the,?Rotary Club Wed.
singing of carols and hymns will picture with its immense' Jack, Tildon. president! Pall1tkaChapter' neaday through thecuuvtesy of

(raid the5 arrival of Christmas floor entirely covered with ., ,Murdocfc Mftrtln .of. 'Wllltrton.State .
week thla with the Metho- Gene JNerrls. "'tlldentlaetinr. .
year Representative,' Northern:
tables around wh ch
that Chur$, ,the Gospel Taber- neatly-laid Chapter Florida <>f rtbe .Neac mud l FoUriiW*:... T'tloltfc.lt
Dade .Chamber ofJ gathered those. j participateand'those ,.Wilbur Mub"W.:president' MaoclennyChspter '
and Hhe Come Jrnter- l ... JnCariW.I aa&y be ')Ir,
are."itally '
who ;
ahem, ,JQIp1l! ,. t. ,,"vld ...4 1h \L; .ye1,8d'dl+s'thle ai ats ( 1I"J't' ; | r"- Marge' \ wurt.inpuMt' >4 by./",,, ,j..
: atp'yar"' ,..trolVl1l 'JIi The following agriculture teach Thorn1*: chairman the Club's
actlvltY.tr ( tat t. I4
of lnllig ) *)
:'. }IJ art,. wenln 8. ;1t' \ -' S I'* '<" J era were present from out of Community Service Committee
drQ'iI.-oun4' .will. be the. future; Holiday UScorsflons Pictured above ..J the FFA-,banquet last Friday, 4r (from left to right) Foster Shi Smith, principal town: ",(1.0,, ,
system ,
Following the film the club's
Mated 4tl at the-mdlo4iee will tided a festive atmoophere- to/:. the ,of BHS; V R. Efrrffuaon, FFA Advisor;' Lynn Ward. 2nd Vice President State,Asn." ; Elmer Johns P. T, Dicks. Chtoftsmd; W T annual Christmas party I was held,:

1& hear* ,r0V9r'' both the bminess .scene. president Brantford Chapter Forrest'. Davis Jr., let Vice' Free State Assn.; Doyle Conner President Bryant. St. Augustine and HastIngs .- with members exchanging gifts,

and rfldehUir: : 0cUori.'?ofthe -_ From the mnnent that Chjipter State Assn.; Richard McCleery. Jr., former 2nd Vice President; Sandy Johnson: former President; ; ; UJ M. Thomas, Palatka;; R. accompanied by) bits of original

3tjr. Music'( will I''be provided President Johns wielded the gavelto Fuller Warren, speaker; W. T. Loftln District Supt; ;N- !>. Walnwrlght Jr.. Bradford ",Legislator) A. Campbell Macclenny. poetry. Gifts were also presentedto

Oil weekend through'Christmas. open the session events clicked H. E. Wood State FFA Supervisor. Mr. A. W. Anderson, caterer.

the early morning and from 6 off with clock-like precision, reflecting and her assistant Mr. Joe MarLines -.
------ Matthews Retires
well-deserved credit on
9 8 at night by the Tabernacle. and to Mrs. E. K. Perry-
of the organizationand vocational education Gainesville;
limes at the members the club
will be played noony man pianist..
\ the Methodist Church and In their Advisor V. R. Ferguson and Foster Shi Smith, principal] 1946 Achievements of Bradford ChapterAn
From Rail Board
Instructor .
aid-afternoon music appropriateor Vocational Agriculture of BHS.Tha Harding Elected
( the season will be broadcast at Bradford High School. delicious banquet menu was rnllchtrnlng report on the varied artltltU. of the :

t the courthouse lawn from the The Impressive opening cere- prepared and served by the home ETA fur the preceding' lI'houl l year prrnenti-d by Milton Norman E. 8 Matthews of Stark, chairman Head of Masons

glon: sound system contained in mony was carried out with the economics department of BH.S. wan a feature of the chapter'" Parrat-Hun banquet bustFrIJay of the State Railroad, Commission -
small donated the Chapter: President calling on each S Bradford Lodge Number 33,
chapel by will have completed 23!
of the following officers for a P. "* A, M.. elected T. II. Harding
artmann, Manufacturing Corny Learning to Do. Norman, an the organization's treasurer, gave detailed years of service on this board on
but comprehensive, state- a* Worshipful Master for the
brief, approaching -
Doing to Learn, description of remarkable mToinpllnhments for the term beginning January 1, 1947 and will\ retire

Various family reunions are ment of President-Doyle his duties: Crews. Learning to Live, In the fall -<* 1945./ and ending last spring In Its HUH: From the position which he has Conway, present year to W.succeed M., at Lacy the
Vice .
Unned for the and Living to Serte.That held since his b
holidays, appointment
Faxon. service, the chapter graded the school. grounds. painted the ;) monthly meeting Monday night
any students will be home from Is the motto of the Governor Hardee to flit an un-
Norman. and the FF.\ 20 desks December 2.
building store repaired
QIl ge. PupUs of BHS beginHeir Treasurer-Milton Farmers of America. Its tenets expired term In 1924.
16-day vacation today, (Frl- Reporter-B. C. Holtzendorf. were well demonstrated by the and two highway signs and kept the lawn mowt'd. Memhennerved As a token of their appreciation Other officials elected were: C.

YI.) Sentinel-L. J. Kite.: highly successful Third Annual\ in the live stork grain and forage Judging of the State of his long and faithful service H. Hornwall, Senior Warden; F.

Following the Invocation by the Banquet of the Bradford Chapter. Fair at Tampa engaged In parliamentary procedure public the commissioner was this I U Durshlmr. Junior Warden; V.

Sales Rev. L. D. Haines pastor of the *|M>aklng and dliunimd hall contmls with other Florida chapter week presented a now automobileand : 9. Bt. John Treasurer; C. A,
mas Seal Total Church the wel- I flitch, Secretary! : S. L. Peek Senor -
First Baptist Xmas Greetings .*, elected two state officer (Doyle Conner a* FFA president a, life certificate to practice
address was delivered by Ilnacon; [I. D. Moore, Junior
tand At 25 coming before the board other
$296 by members -
and 1)O.y' Crewe"sixth vlre-prenl.lent), and saw three of Its
FFA member Curtis Edwards From South PoleA of the commission and em Deacon; JIf.. Fields< Senior
As member attain the; degree of "State Farmer" for outstanding
Deadline NearsThe and a brief response was made ployee.. Steward; Freeman Regtoter. Jr.
by parent Guy Edwards. new record for long distance work (Conner Crews and Norman). Keereatlonal avtlvltlen The veteran commissioner owned Junior Steward; N. N, Prevatt.

Bradford County Tubercu- Following the Introduction of Christmas greetings was set here for the year Included the Farent-Hon Ranpuet, a Home Kcouoralctt and published the Bradford Chaplain; 1*. M. Barefoot Tyler;

:tIa and Health Association has guests by Mr. Ferguson several t this week when Miss Edith Moore, party, a fifth try a ramping trip and attendance of County Telegraph) for 42 years and Richard O. Kl
ffar received S2M.2S: In remit musical numbers by the BHS daughter of T. J. Moore of Hell- many member at the Tampa Fair. before selling It to his son. 1:. L. The newly elected officers will

fices for the $700 worth of 1948 Band and songs by Miss Lou Ed- bronn Springs, received the following The chapter. operated IU shod nupply' store for sale Matthews, in 1932. He served ama be Installed next Friday night

rtDlaS\ Seals sent out in this wards were Interspersed with message: growling approxlmafa 'H.000, with a profit of $1,790. Tb.... member of the State House of U. John's Day; December 27.

n t y Novem- cWhtM* Serfs brief talks by FFA members: "XMAS GREETINGS FROM fund provided ..709 for hop equipment, $9$ for eed and fertilizer Representatives for four terms The meeting are conducted In the
r 23/ Mrs. J.Wainwrlght. The F.F.A. Creed-James C. THE SOUTII POL E. AM I and was a key figure In the en- lodge hall located on Call street
930 for soft ball equipment, $23 for chapter pins argil
COLD!" actment of bills setting up the at the railroad.
Sale Norman. pnraphenalla $AO for niJwellaneous" suppllew. $10 for soil tent. .
Chair- Purposu-J. NELSON.The .
F.F.A. Alms and State college/ system and the first
stated $300( ( for the repair of farm machinery, and $200. for the canning
yesMay system of main highway Lucille'
L.. AlvarezChapter cable was from her brother, Mary Knight
I Accomplishments-Milton Nelson Moore 2nd Class Petty of vegetables and meat wa Speaker of the House In 1607.

Everyone who Norman. Officer, who Is stationed aboard In further er\loe' to the county, It provided an acreage In 1900 he was a member of Mary Lucille Knight. 10 of

Ved C h r18t. Accomplishments of the State I the USS Currituck one of the In permanent paatum and hybrid corn planting. M\ pure bred the select Legislative' Committee fellbronn Springs died Thursday, s

Seals Is Association-Doyle Conner. State' ships accompanying Admiral Byrdon bull were purchased. which brought out the Cuckman December 12, after a lingering

ftCI to mall s .. fUJJMrs. "....N.e. President F.F.A. and a memberof his new expedition to the 'Among II varieties of enterprises under the FFA' program Act consolidating several scattered IneM. The young girl passed

r II rllln'lttance! ......,........ the Bradford Chapter.N. I' South Pole. of MipervlM fanning, I* members cultivated 30 and on..- minor colleges Into the University away at the home of her sister.
them Bradford of Florida and the Florida Mrs. Purvis Green.
prompt D. Walnwrlght. Jr., Nelson will complete his six-! half acre.* of green corn for a total labor Income of tt,9SOJM.
Walnwrlght continued Introduced the State College for Women. In addition to her father, D. I.Cnlght .
County legislator. enlistment In the Navy next An amount of from two-third an acre to '7.9 acres were planted
4 the deadline is the second of the evening. Fuller year He returned to the LegislatureIn she l I. aurvlved by two I "
II: of January.: Last years main speaker of Jacksonville who June and will return to the Moore IndltIdually. In) grain corn sweet potatoes, 'trawberrle, 1911 and again In 1923 when brother., Johnnie I. Knight of \

51 receipts were approximatelyfor Warren F.F.A. members to farm at Hetlbronn. He served in tobacco and watermelons. Toe chapter hail n bead of beef he was a member of the committee Baldwin, and Mitchell Knight of
the and
the $700 worth of Seals urged the farm", enumeratingmany the Pacific during the war cattle, four nevi for dairy product. 40 hogs and 1823 chicken. which designated' Florida's .acksonvllle; and four sinters, I IHr.
to recent
'Doted she concluded. YUCk of the advantages and opportunities also went along on the A total! labor Income (net profit plus labor) was derived from first system of preferential roads .. Purvl. 'G..en and Mrs. !

that face the farm Bikini atomic tests. turpentine. and Increased the gasoline tax to Marie CI_moru. of SUrke, and I IMr.

Mr. Warren three cents a gallon to give the .. Charles Crews and..... I

1's Coffee Shop youth 0 that f today.agriculture la particularly Recent Births highway construction program Its .uanlta Knight of Jacksonville. I

Open stated Bradford first major allotment of funds. Funeral service were held 2
| in of Burns New Barber Arrives
promising Victim
J. 11. Johnson 14 at
soil Is adapt- Mr. and Mrs. With his retirement Commissioner p. m. Saturday, December: ,

With' the complete
the building adjacent to the able to practically advised the farm youths December 7. of South Florida was this week distinguished career In public of I II'tlce feraettry, with the Rev. a. .:.

er Jerry's lunchroom manrJt crop. He misled by the apparent )(1'. and Mrs. Ollle( Thornton, Willis Broughton. victim of a added to the personnel of the City I that has brought him recognition I uthaw officiating.
of HUl's Coffee Shop. not to to be made ,in Industrial Starke boy (Roy Edward December tourist cabin fire on December7th. Barber Shop. Proprietor 8 .:. as one of the foremost

I we t Call Street, has announc- "easy money"Jobs but to remain on 11. was reported yesterday as Spark stated that Johns, whose, authorities In motor transportation I .Boy Scout News

that the dining room will be where real security maybe Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frisbee, still In serious condition. Brough- home Is at Glen St. Mary., was matters.

-74 this Sunday. December 22. the farm without worry overstrikes Mlddleburg. boy (Rodney Boyd), toll Is receiving' treatment for recently located with a bartering I Troop 70 had 27 boy present

|!1 course dinners will be served. obtained and the many December 12. third degree burns in the Alachua concern at flames City. Christmas ClosingMayor : J Monday night at the meeting In

1 both dining and lunch rooms shortages that beset industrial Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grlffis, County Hospital. Johns Is a veteran of the recent t the: Legion ball. Two new mem-

1 be opened daily from 6 a. m. other problems Lawtey twin boys (Paul Wayne Dewltt RAutenon. a second: victim war having served with the C. A. Darby announced I>ere. Hilly Weldon and Alvin
: centers. December 12. that all dry I[:awls, were welcomed Into the
A m. made by and Paul Duane); at the fire /has been released Eighth Infantry Division In Eu- yesterday grocery
1l'llltaurant will be operated Brief talk were also Mr. and Mrs. St Clair Griffls, goods and other retail business coop and Dan F'rlest's patrol put

tat and Mrs. Howard Hill H E. Wood State SupervisorWji. Lawtey girl (Avle Juanita December from the hospital.The rope. will be closed on the Thursdays C)n a very good act. The Troop IsIannlng
Educa- cabin at -
Department o f Interior of the and New a Christmas party next
on*. Don and Raymond. Ar- 15. Strong "heavy, roomy cardboardwatehaket after Christmas Iaccording >
Tallahassee; Dr. E. W. Oar- Jr.. Madison and Myrtle streets, was the .. year'I'f'.fonday night.
hereafter December I. the tion. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green ooly to..l TIle to .
had prertovaly been engagU H* professor University of agr1culturaleduCation. of Florida; Brooker.boy (Russell Harvey.m gutted overturned by flames.tt heater.spreading TELEGRAPH. I, the City V merchant Thos. B. Harding. SCribe.yaC .

U e restaurant business atMich supervisor December 16.
,' W. T. Loftln, district



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. . . going treatment In the Veterans Farm Foresters he can make an annual revenueof Recent Births
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEstablished Hospital at Lake City. He Is I 9360 per thousand faces under
HamptonBy suffering from a recurrence of a Help Timber Owners present markets provided he SANDRA YVONNE: LOG)

1877E. leg wound received while he was Get More MoneyThe does his own wonk. This Is In Mr.: and Mrs T r D..
Mr*. M. C. Sweeney! Gainesville
L, Matthews _________ Editor and Owner .. CC C . In the service during the war. certain addition to sale of sawlogs veneer a daughter announce, the
Friends wish him a speedy re- are gone when
wood cross ties'pulpwood, poles, Wednesday Decke Yvo
XMAS: FKOCKAM AT SCHOOL covery.Mr. buyers can offer a farmer and cordwood. 11,
FobUsJ>< A Christmas program will be and Mrs. Gordon Wads- of what his timber HOSPItal
the Post Office at Starke, Florida. presented at the Hampton School worth. Jr? and children Jerry expect to get it. The'1'ELEGRAPII now carries Booth Murrhee Is the former StiN>

on Friday, December 20, begin- and Mary Katharine, of Waldo And there's a good reason for complete Blocks! of India Inks and of SlarkeExpert
THEY SAW TilE STARIn ning at 9 o'clock a. m. Follow- were visitors here Sunday. It The reason Is the assistance showcard colors. It Colors! Priced -

this day of rapid changes and fleeting fads it ing the program, school will be Among those attending the Sal given by farm foresters of the at only ISc, SOo and S5c. J Li
has dismissed for the holiday season, vation Army services in Jackson- Florida Forest Service to farmers
custom never
does the heart good to know one
reopening again on Monday, Jan- ville Thursday of last week were who have timber to sell.
since it originated almost 2000 years ago
changed was 0.COMMIUNITY. Mrs. Pearsall and children. Waukeenahwas
uary Ralph Franklin Floyd of
the birth of the Prince of
-the custom of celebrating
TREE XM\S EVE Gladys and Langford Hicks Mabel offered $l. OO for timber on
Peace. Smith, Frieda Elland, and Mr. his 117 acre woodland. But Floyd
Christmas Tree
approaching the anniversary of A Community and Mrs. Frank Kelsey. forester to help
Again we are will be held Tuesday night. December called in a farm l i
that memorable event, the night when a' new and 24. at 7:30: o'clock In the Mrs. Brewster Mew and daughter him. The forester and Floyd's( UI
brighter star,gleamed in the eastern skies, and men in Hampton school auditorium.The Irene of Jacksonville, spent son marked and measured the
far places paused to point it out and marvel at its bril- three local churches are combin- Sunday with Mrs. Mew's sister, timber. Then, instead of J1.500
liance. It has been almost two thousand years since ing their programs and will pre- Mrs. Russell' Dyal. for his timber Floyd got $3,000
shepherds, tending their flocks in the still hours of the sent attractive Yuletide pageantsand Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks of -twice as much. And no trees
night, stretched their hands as a greeting to the newest programs prepared by the Gainesville were recent visitorsof below 14 Inches were cut, thus and
school classes everyoneis Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox. leaving a fine stand to grow
within it the greatest
heavenly diadem, and read Income'in the
extended a most cordial Invi- The Rev. Fred S. Dodd and bring in additional BicycRepair
sweetest that has ever come to gladden and
message tation to attend this civic event. sons, Johnny and Danny, of Mid- next few years
comfort the human heart. In its brilliant rays they lakes were Sunday dinner guestsof This Is a typical example of

read that "This Day There Has Been Born To The JAY ALDERMAN, JR., Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May. services offered by farm foresters. Whether It's a major ,
World A Savior." HONORED Miss June Johnson of Jacksonville They work under the supervisionof tlon or the mere
Almost 2000 years and yet we find ourselves as Mrs T. J. Alderman entertainedwith is spending some time with the Florida Forest Service, but I bolt you can be tightena sure!
firm in our belief that that message is true and as a lovely outdoor party at her parents, Mr. and Mrs, D W. the farm foresters are paid in bicycle will receive prom
her home here Friday afternoonof Johnson. I part by the U. S. Forest: Service. careful
steadfast are we in our rejoicing as 'were those who attention here.
last' week honoring the tenth assist and '
Mrs. J. C. Wynn haa returnedto These farm foresters PHARMACIST
first read in,it, freedom from an earthly bondage that birthday anniversary of her son,, Plant City to be with her aunt train farmers an4 small wood- BIGGS &
had the hearts of all mankind. Since the I. BAK
kept-heavy Jay. JrGuests. following a brief visit at her land owners to operate their STARKE
moment we first learned the meaning of Christmasnone gathered on the spacious home here. woodlands as tree farms so they Phone 64 BICYCLE STOR
ofd the brilliance surrounding it has dimmed, and lawn where they enjoyed the can manage to get an annual income On-the-Minit Service
passing years only make dearer the story that the star various games and there later a For stamp pad. stamp pad from their timber. 125 W. Call St. stark
told in centuries long gone by. Faith and Hope are welner roast waa held. Other refreshments ink, rubber stamps dater:, nuni- And. if the woodland owner & -
as strong in the breasts of humanity today as on the included ice cream herons see The TELEGRAPH. wishes to gum farm his timber,
morn following the appearance of that star, when the and birthday cake served froman I J1t

world awakened to find that in truth there had come outdoor table. Lucky winners MAKE, THIS
of prizes were Gay Nell McRae ,
One capable of saving all who might look' up and be- Langford Hicks George Canova

lieve. And not alone has this grand message of cheer and Mr. Ida Maxwell. gladdened the hearts of that part of the world in which Assisting Mrs. Alderman in C7/ G'

it' was first read, but it has spread to even the darkest serving and entertaining: the 22 The
corners until today every heart can, feel the solace rl: young guests present were Mrs. Finest Ever
the'sweetest story ever told and then'take on new hope. Maxwell, Mrs Ann Guy and Mrs. d
To the citizens of Bradford County and vicinity, Alderman's sister-in-law, Mrs. L. p

we extend the greetings of the season. We wish YouA A. Canova of Starke. :? MERRY Buy Practical Gifts

Merry Christmas. For each of you we hope that GROCERY STARE SOLD AGAIN CHRISTMAS K and buy them from
the star In the east shines as brightly as it did on that The former B. Y. Saxon
Christmas eve more than 1900 years ago. We want tc Grocery Stare, recently sold by K
hope that the year fast drawing to a close has found Mr. Saxon to Freeman Hall, HAPPY Tyus Dry Goods

you stronger in your faith and loVte for your fellow changed hands again Wednesday, NEW YEAR A! :a a a raku
man, and that the blessings that come from life honestly December 11. The new owner is
Mrs J. W. Home, who for A Few Suggestions
many -
and sincerely lived have been yours in abundance.Just .
associated with the
years <<
as men have lived by the star in years gone by store as bookkeeper and head HOSE HATS SHIRTS DRESSES
men must, if they would. truly enjoy living be guidedby clerk. Mrs. Home has assumed P LINGERIE TIES BATH ROBES
it in all the years to come. And we broaden our control and will serve the publicto CHENILLE & JACQUARD SPREADS
that it have lived and shall continue to We pause at this happiest'time
hope by you the best of her ability it waa CHENILLE BATH SETS
do : '. announced. of the year to wish each and everyone fi GIFT SETS
so.May Joy and Happiness and Peace be the portionof
everyone of you as you pass this Christmas milestone The Hampton motion picture
'IA and push on down the road of Life to a glorious show, heretofore presenting :.

t sunset., movies twice weekly in the recre- MERRIEST CHRISTMAS ever! g1<< Shop Early and Wisely
ation hall, will, beginning this
EDITORIAL week, exhibit only one feature
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.1". ; ; : By Rrura .paton per week' on Wednesday nights Signed
j \ i j",, > untH 'further,notice, the manage-
You would almost think lha theordinary adult! ment has announced. Program .

would get used to Christmas, after ,all these years; bulletins are posted in front of ; f" f
would get a little case-hardened, so to,speak, so that the the recreation hall and many at-
day would I lose a little bit of its l special, magical tractive pictures are scheduled for !5e/s
appeal. the near future.S. otlogJ C// ;

But.somehow that never happens. Christmasis O (Buddy) Griffin of Lees- j
forever new; even the most dour and crabbed of burg is currently serving as operator 1 /
people, like old Scrooge are apt to find themselves as In'the local railroad tower <<

mystically made over by its influence, if only for a dayor during the winter run of the Sunbeam -
two. the Seaboard's luxury liner. DON'T FORGET TO COME: TO GREEN'S

For Christmas is, among other things, a kind of He is residing at' the home of
spiritual rebirth which restores the freshness and ex- <<
Mrs. Kate Minton departed last
pectancy of childhood. It is not'for nothing that its week for Texas where she will FANCY ]MEATS AND GROCERIES.
common 'symbol is a jovial Santa Claus bearing a packof spend the Christmas holidays with P A Name To RememberCHILDREN'S

gifts for children. Above all other days, Christmas relatives.Mr. {
is a children's holiday; and the adult who can pass and, Mrs. U. S. Bowman a WEAR A SPECIALTYPause..have -

through it without at least partly entering opce more of Fisgah, Ala., spent several )f
the Rtajnlons and unforgotten world of his own childhood days) last week here with Mrs.
is a hard and isolated soul indeed. Bowman's_uncle and aunt, Mr.

And,it is quite right that Christmas should be the and Mrs. J. L. Williams.
Mrs. J. T. Guy returned froma
children's ,day. Its infinite significance born of that two weeks' visit In Fruitland

divine event in faraway Judea, is something we must: Park with her son and daughter-
never overlook' in the hustle and bustle of holiday ob- in-laws. the Rev. and Mrs. Henry
servance; and the One whose birth the holiday com- E. Guy.

memorates is, after all, the author of that profound: Miss Louise Kelly of Brooker
remark. "Unless ye become as little children" was a recent guest of Miss Har- A rM

Which, in its turn, is al reminder that a spiritual l vene Watterson. Coke '
rebirth like the one which Christmas brings is entirelyand Arthur Rhoden Is now. under- a

fundamentally necessary to us. That coating of to '

cynicism which worldly experience puts on .all of us, l
that readiness to expect the worst, to return evil for SS

r. evil, to suspect motives and to count the costs of all .

generous actions-Is not that something which we must
<# discard somehow, before we can shape the world in I .

the way it must be shaped ? f &'
We cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven with this \

cynicism; and Christmas is an excellent time to remember -
also, that the Kingdom of Heaven is after all 1 r

within"ourselves. We must find the Kingdom thereor

nowhere. Until we do find it the world will con IIOWDY. FOLKS I
tinue to be the sorry and imperfect place it now is. These Magazine Clubs really

I Christmas is a good time to start looking for it. offer great Having You can
For. on top of everything else, Christmas is a reminder get one magazine; you don't
that the Kingdom is want, one that your wife
really there, if we take the trouble
to get at it. Man is after dorraTt want a n,lone that
perfectible all; his dreamsare
neither of you want all
not vain his ideals are not unattainable. If we can for only a couple of dollars. I
but remember that today, our Christmas will do for
I k., us what it was meant to do. \ An angry mother wrote to her
iron's. teacher: "You must not
I hit Tommy. lie' a delicate
child' and tan't lined to It We
never lilt him at home exceptIn

t That last one wan. kind of Hilly I
GOLDEN PALE ALE? -but there' nothing silly a-
bout using our winter lubrication I ,14'S
I service for your car. DriveIn -
tmlay and tune It checked
against thaw Cold Weatherniuro.

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likes State Farm parties and I ter. Mrs. Hamp Conerly, i moved night of last .
I week and deliciousupper
( School i with lots of manner. She Mrs. Lizzie Dukes of Dukes Green Cove Springs. I 1, Johns. I IMr. a

Journal conceited people and I was the guest of Mrs. Sam Mott Mr and Mrs Lester McCul-' and Mr*. E A. Snpp; wore was served The Moodys(
Oh! that shorthand recently. I received. useful
lough are the proud parent of visiting Mr. and Mrs Dempsey many gifts
like to collect snapshots," says Mr. and Mrs. Merlll Gano of a baby girl born Dec. 12. Th'; Snpp of Gainesville Sunday.; I Don't forget to attend the anIUIH -
S'IIOOL Al'I'KECIAThSCOMMUNITY "and when I finish school :Jacksonville were weekend guestsof child was named Vivian i Mr. and Mrs C K Andrews, chrlrttmiis program at the!

BB.\PKOKD HIGH : : SUPPORT ambition" ia to be a good Mr. and< Mrs. R. F. Gano. They Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews]I|; were shopping In Lake City Friday ,I, New River school tonight t Friday -
SCHOOL NEW8EtIltorlnChlef OF FOOTIIALL. TEAM Well we know you will were accompanied home by Mr. spent Sunday and Monday in of last week I >)> beginning at 7 30 o'clock.

This season's football U a good one because Mr. Law and Mrs. Ovid Gano and Mr. and Jacksonville with, Mr. and Mra j i Mr and Mrs Sccber; Moody I Mr and Mr Melton Korc
you are already. Mrs. R. F. Gano. 3 O. Moreland and family. : moved Into their
and the team, cheer leaders I' new homo last I :moved to the S, R Johns farm
JI\'kle Hasklns school wish to Elbert Mott was in Waldo Sat Mr. and 1011'''. Johnny Andrews'' wttpk Friends and relatives gave I from the R J. Turner place this
express ,\ JKANNINE 'OOKE urday. and children of Lake Butler spent them a house warming Friday ,week
preciation for the
Editor, wonderful Norma Jeannine Cooke
Society was .
that Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano
port the people of madea
Marion Brown in the month of March. 1929
County have given the business trip to Gainesville ''
Mr. and Mrs. Cooke at Hamp t .
Editor On game nights there has Florida. She attended school Monday. ,
Sporta a wonderful turnout of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Hazenare ? ., r
Steve Weldon Clay High in Green Cove ..
and many fans followed the announcing the birth of a son, ,
and Is now a senior at
to the out-of-town Wlnfred Monroe, Jr., on November C
Student Advisor games. High School. ; ;;/ /
No 27 in Alachua County Hospital ,
Blanchard LawEditorial one can realize what Jeannine likes football, swim-
Gainesville. .
means to have local support horseback riding and eat-

the fellows who have She Is a very ambitious a
pated in the game of but dislikes homework. \

t Is wrong with the Friday To know that you have the has brown eyes, with a few New River t .. :
of the
ing home folks .
dance" Thi has been ask- freckles on her nose and has
confidence In yourself as well hair. Ity The School
,1/1'' and over, but no oneto
have the answer. your team. The boys on Her ambition is to work her * . u r '
field are not only trying to \\r .
truth Is, I don't think it'sertainment a name for themselves, but 'up in the business world. e f fr ,
offered wishing you lots of luck The Rev. Truby Parrish of _
l that 13t are trying to build a name I,, _
success, Jeannine, In what- Santa Fe conducted the services
t 4 but the young set around their team and community. rills 1IMONs"" "r. I( 0O
you set out to accomplish. Sunday morning at the New
out local support a team : I
Smith and many others, neither build a name for itself River Baptist Church. a s pIt
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore of ku1 I
110 a lot of trouble to ob- community.We Football Biogs Miami and Carolyn Crews of the

: USO building for a reci only hope that the State Farm attended church ser-

center for the High folks will support the MILES vices here Sunday and were dinner
students and we aren't team aa well as they have Billy Miles came to Starke guests of Mrs. Jessie Lee

f much appreclataton.icmld ported the football team. Vienna, Georgia, and start- Lazenby and family.

be just as easy to turn out on game nights to school here in the seventh Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green are Thurs.
jour plans for that party back the team to the limit.SOCIETY i ade. In the ninth grade he announcing the birth of a son Dec. 19

[tur m i you hear somebody re-
I disgustedly about nothingover year out for high school Jacksonville attended church Tues. Dec. 24
the weekends. Go to The senior class rings Billy weighs 200 pounds services here Sunday morning and QDdll

ore on Friday night and mailed from the factory Dec. plays guard. He played first were dinner guests of Mr. and

:that! weiner roast out at the so by the time you read this guard until the St. Leo Mrs. Ruaxell Green and children.

>Saturday night. You could seniors will be wearing in which he received a Mrs. Myrtle Sapp of Raiford

.ily have just as much fun There were several variations! injury which prevented him spent Sunday here with Mr. and

.;ht as another the style selected by the playing the rest of the Mrs. M. H. Moody. Mr. and Mrs.

u don't dance you can play that is, solid or with ruby, Johnny Yarbrough were also
ponjr The real question itjpe or blue sin Ie] sets. guests of the Moodys. :

of amusement do you Mrs. Law, who is In charge .\ CARTERMaxle's Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward of
bat would be possible to earlier school years Jacksonville attended Church ser-
the order, has received word
Ijiere.:! that Is? spent In Lawtey. He start- vices here Sunday morning.Mrs. .
of the and
some rings pins
know what you want bet- to school here in the fifth Ada Kelly and sons of J
not mailed with the others,
an anybody else, so speak will follow In the ninth grade he Ralford were visiting Mr. and IL
t would be a little difficult Seniors have also <1 the Tornadoes. He weighs Mrs. Jay Moody Saturday. They
Lull a roller-coaster in the Jba, and played tackle on the accompanied Mra. Moody and;
their commencement Invltatl
|% but there are things This past season was daughter to Gainesville duringthe
The order has not been placed '
could be done if the atu- last season of football. In afternoon.
llet It be known. but will be soon. ai"a coming years we wish him Gene Andrews, M. L. Johns and 1
I everybody has
I:Jt football season over it and happiness. Doyle Crews attended the FFA
hearing a lot about
to even worse I suppose, banquet at BHS In Starke Fri-
lately. There has been some - .
there really is no reasont day night.
understan ding 1 of the 14.
t should be, so let's see Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite and Ask At Store For
ments to be exempt even If Brooker
:''g a crowd can turn out. children spent Sunday with Mr.
make the grades. To prevent
iberThe more the Merit and Mrs. J. B. Kite in Lake But Special
for the next semester this ny Mrs. T.V. Mnrkey
what has confused most people: - ler.
ant to wish everyone a 1. There must be absolutely Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Turner were Color Price List
i Christmas and a Happy Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tucker and visiting Everette Renfroe In Lake
unexcused absences or tardies.
Tear as this is our last of Jacksonville were City Hospital Saturday p. m. Advertising Christmas
I 2. There must not be more
,al until the Christmas va- three, excused absences This guests of Mr. and Mrs. We have three new students In Bargains t
: U over. Rahn Wednesday.Mr. our school. They are Frances
not mean three days, but
'- absences.. Even one or two and Mrs. J. F. Parrish of Tommy and Austin Tyler. They -

lods is counted as an absence, were visiting Mr. and '

DONUTS: ROLLS several days together may not J. W. Thomas Tuesday, night.
counted as one absence. Brooker Junior High School Is FORD'SOUT.-FRONT
3. Only six excused tardier a Christmas tree and pro-

| are better allowed. tonight (Friday) commenc ..
4. Last, but certainly not at 7 o'clock. .

than a "c" or below In any class Mrs. John Cone and Mr. and

citizenship will automatically Leslie Green and daughter, IN SERVICE>/TOO !

clude any other possible were visiting Mrs. Mal-
ppe Bakerymakes of exemption, regardless Harrell who is a patient in

grades, absences, or tardies. County Hospital, GaInes-

The first speaks for itself Sunday afternoon. -
second is to prevent the Mrs. R. F. Gano spent last week
from going shopping etc., Hawthorne with her mother. (. .. ,j M
ever he or she pleases, and '! H. C. Martin.\ T I '
from skipping one or two Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey \ --
I for various reasons. The third Sunday In Jacksonville with
Heater Wicks to persuade students to try a and Mrs. Earl Gellmann.

tie harder to get to classes Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son ,
RFECTION NESCOter I time and the last Is to were shopping in Gaines- .j .. I

order In all the halls and class Saturday.Mr. .
instead of allowing his or and Mrs. Earl Gallmann of -

Heater WicksPERFECTION other citizenship grades to : are announcing the e _

age at least a "B". of a son, Thomas Earl,
I hope this clears up a December 11 In St. Lukes

points on which I, along there. Mrs. Gellmann 1-----

quite a few others, was to her marriage was Mlsa a ) '
)il Cook Stove ) ed. Markey of Brooker. r i
Mrs. Resale Colson and children

Wicks, Senior Biogs Starke were here Monday visit 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson.

[XESCO OIL. AIR ".1'LINK nUANNKN: Joe Parrish la on the sick list

ORENCE PERFECTO.V -, On July 22, 1928 Pauline week and his wide circle of
KEROGAS and wish him a speedy recov- .
nen, having gray eyes r
born to Mr. and
hair, was
15c to 75c R. W. Brannen of Lake Mr. and Mrs.\ Mel Vlckey made
school business trip to St. Augustine
Florida. She attended ...
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Lake Butler for seven years
and Mrs.
Mrs. Earl Green
Is now a Senior at
Edwards were shopping In
Bradfordardware High School. .
Pauline was a member of

Co. Glee fondness Club forward for In sports 1945-46.In Basketball Pauline Having I .Layfleld M.relatives L. Tllghaman of Gainesville here Sunday.and were Mrs. ", ,. ItCI'1_' *

a good ambitions la to I Miss Mary Mott Is spending a| i
of her
Carlisle Owner the one basketball team. Pauline In Okeechobee with her sis- t i





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Parrish SupperAt. I I Glee Club Presents son, Oletha Thomas, June Hall Ann Student Flynn Conductor Jeanette Brook8vllle Miss :Margaret will spend Dm.h If
Watterson :'
I SOCIETY and CLUBS'i Betty Horne, Harvene ""J!'.
i Three Estelle Bennett, Priest. days at the home of ht- ,
St. Mark'sThe Outstanding Evelyn Griffis 11
I Hilda Brown, Lily Mae Elland, Music Director-Ursula Barnes. F. L. Durshlmer and ram.,.

annual parrish supper, a Yuletide ConcertsThe Josephine Johns Mildred :Manlre, Mrs Roy Mathews ,ji f-
WMU Circles Met Mrs. Guy HostessAt fellowship meeting of the com- I :Margaret McKinney, Odessa spent a few days here. '? 'lJla
Grade and the Sen .k
At Church TuesdayAn Bridge Luncheon municants of the Episcopal Churchwas ior Glee Eighth Club of Bradford High I Thomas, Helen Whitehead, Lucie Local News with Mr. and her Mrs.son-in-law W. ana( ..iaiKht' ,
given by the ladies of the Mae Barton, Douna Lou Cannon bowling
participated on *
Interesting program was Mrs Fred Guy was hostess St. Mark's Episcopal Church Aux- :I of last week in one of the finest Carolyn Colson Frances Morgan, Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Sr ,V"p,,
enjoyed by members of the Baptist Saturday when she entertained at iliary Friday night of last weekIn [ Christmas programs ever offeredin Josephine Parramore, Jeanette Mr. and Mrs. S. E Sparks spent mend, Va., is the guest ''II, her
Women's Missionary Society her home on Walnut Street witha the Church Center on Church Starke. Approximately 200 Priest' Selma Sapp, Dorothy Wednesday in Deland and were and daughter-in-law, M,
session hon- The began at 7 Ward, Jean home by their Mss R. G. Kidd, Jr. and
when it met in regular delightful bridge luncheon street. supper young people took part in the Thompson, Joyce accompanied
Tuesday afternoon in the Church oring her slater, Mrs. B. A. Popo. o'clock. Yuletide service which was pre- Austin, Frances Crosby, Betty daughter, Miss Seleta Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. H V Knight
building. The program opened at of Norfolk, Va. Native greenry and potted I sented in three performances Ann Flynn, Vivian Hazen, Charlie Miss Margaret Montelth, and Gainesville and Charles ?,

3 o'clock. Red berries, red camellias, pinecones plants were used in decoratingfor I one morning, one matinee and one Hall, Edna Noegel, Isabelle Par- Miss Sylvia Morse\. students at of Starke were in Tauahashee Knight
Circle number 3, Mrs. S. E. and red candles were effectively this occasion. The long table' evening-In the USO auditorium ker Wessle Pope, Nora Lee Pre- Stetson University who will Sunday to attend a conce't
Sparks, chairman, had charge of used in decorating for overlaid with a white linen cloth' which was beautifully decoratedIn vatt, Marlene Reddish, Ruth Sib- spend the holidays here with their the college Glee Club of which by
the program. Mrs W J. Epperson this lovely affair. The mantelwas was centered with an artistic arrangement the Yuletide tradition with the ley, Mary Lou Alvarez, Linda respective parents.Mrs. Miss Merry Beth Knight .. ;t
St., conducted the devotional, readIng simply but beautifully arranged of fruit on silver plat- help of Mrs. W. R. Morse and Carter, Melba Gaskins, Norma L. A. Duncan of Atlanta, member.
Luke 2:' 29-32, and blah 9- with pine cones and red ters, while burning tapers ftl! Mrs. L. H. Jennings Sweeney, Ruth Whitehead, Louise Ga., spent last week here with The Rev. W. J Churchwell

6-7, and choosing as her subject II candles: In brass candelabra silver candelabra, interspersedwith Receipts will go toward the Carter, Joan Dink!ns, Dorothy her son-in-law and daughter :Mr S. Newcomb, E. T. Shull (' p'O.
"Christmas for Christ." Mrs. L. At twelve-thirty o'clock lunch- fern, were aligned down the purchase of gowns) for the Glee Griffis, Delores Ann Hancock, and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Sunday Nasworthy, E. K. Ferryman Rob.,!
A. Canova rendered "He Shall eon was served buffet style from length of the table. Club. Dorothy Mae Lloyd, Alma Jean they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ert Green, W. H. Nollman Fred

Feed Ills Flock" as an organ solo I' the lace covered dining table. An Following the dinner, the Rev. The first part of this outstanding Dobbs, Mary Jane McCarthy, Ross Adams at Neptune Beach. I Guy and Foster Shi Smith attended .
and Mrs J. E Futch presented arrangement of old fashioned red Fred Yerkes, minister of the local program was the Christmas Joyce McKinney, Ruth Mitchell, Mrs. Earl Johnson( spent a few a District Stewardship)

"Silent Night" on the organ. rose buds centered on the table church Introduced the guest operetta, "The Madonna's Choice", Gloria Norman, Jackie Rousse. days this week in Metter, Ga., : meeting of the Methodist Church
added to its attractiveness. The speakers, the Rev Grover Alison Johnson. Iin Gainesville
Also assisting Mrs. Epperson were written by Otis Carrington and Student Accompanist Betty with :Mr. I Tuesday night.
guests were seated at individual and Frank E. Dearlng, Sr., students of the Eighth
Mrs M. F. Hazen, Mrs. H. L. tables. both of Jacksonville The Rev. given by
Grade The cast of characterswas l
Hough and Mrs. Sparks. Following the luncheon bridgewas Alison Is a former pastor of the as follows: -

During the business meeting, enjoyed; ,. and scores' were SUrke Church.Birthday Mary, Dorothy Patel; Joseph, D
which was presided over by the maintained on tallies carrying out
Edwin Marshall Shadow
*" ; Dewey ,
president, Mrs. Hough the distribution the Christmas motif. Party''; Thornton; Beauty, Paula McLau- GIFT SUGGESTIONS
of Christmas boxes to Mrs. E. L. Biggs, holder of high ,
Wiggins rln; World's Happiness, Clara
needy families was arranged. score for the afternoon, was For Gene Thomas; Wealth, Bert Newcomb; _
'presented a box of individual First Angel Helen Whitfield; JI
Master Gene Wiggins celebratedhis I
matches. Mrs.\. Pope was given a .
Second Angel, Peggy Caldwell.
third birthday anniversary
plastic as a memento of the .
If' an event occasion. Wednesday of last week when his Chorus of Angels; Alice Lappe, ,
I II mother, Mrs. One A, Wiggins, Geraldine Shaw, Martha Henry, "
Those enjoying the party with 1
is worth having the hostess and honoree were entertained for him at their homeon Betty Jean Jones Saralyn Morris, Jl
Miss I I South Thompson Street, dur- Ennis Paul, Geraldine Brown.
> Madge Middleton Mrs. E. L.
it is worthremembering Biggs, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. ing the afternoon.A Eighth Grade Chorus (Mrs. Ed- ,
H. C. Ritch. Mrs. T. F. Grady gaily lighted Christmas tree wards' homeroom members) : Ron- FROM '

and her house guest, Miss Jean with varl-colored ornaments and ald Andrews, Marcus Brown, ff

Irwin of Washington,. D. C., Mrs favors of bubble pipes, chewing Marion Cassels, Billy Greasier, \ GEM COMPANY .
with L. F. Chapman, Mrs. O. L. Beas- gum and candy afforded much attraction Kaspar Duncan, Billy Edwards, JEWELRY ,
pictures ley Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. M. for the children during Hellon Golden, Don Humble. Cath-
F. Brown Mrs. W. B Sewell the afternoon. The beautifully erine Judd, Dorothy Judd Fred I r ,
Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. K. G. decorated birthday cake was Kirkland, Joe Lamb, Jerry Law-
Duncan Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. placed on a table out on the son, Harold Mixon, Hazel Morris, | Wm. fcoper Silv.rpLt *
Earl Johnson Mrs. Leonard Noegel Merton Pond, |
T. H. OsborneWRITE and E. L. .
Catherine Starling, Leslie Star-
Matthews. Wiggins, assisted by her F '
BOX 423 daughter, Peggy Ann, and by her ling, J. W. Walker, Bobby Was- f 50-PIECE SET .. \S Ji
Excellent quality typewriterand sister, Mrs. John Moyer, servedice din, Jack Sigler.
pencil carbon paper at The cream and cake to the twenty- (Mrs. Anderson's homeroom ''
HOOVER BROS. STUDIO TELEGRAPH.Well five young folk present.&cG1iL4hLtLtt. members): Betty Sue Alvarez, 3 ,3. 7 5 it

Billy Booth, Phoebe Bradley, ., 'J
-'-- Carl Brown, Ralph Bryan, Ruby :.
Burleson, Ernest Carlton, Delores *
Cexton Edna Coleman, Arts Col- f' tII !
i lins, Katheryn Colson, Ralph : : :
Davis, Curtis Edwards, Albert '.'

Hazen, Edwin Hornsby, Charles << WATCHES" S : .
--- Hutcheson, Leon Hersey, Doyle / |
Manning, Douglas Martin, Jimmy .
well Seems as if a movie executive's office! McGee, Clinton Norman, Willie Bulova and Elgin ft
family reunions will be the orderof Rosser, Betty Smith, Vernle
the day in Starke next week, Spotted an' Jotted: Nina Bishop Thornton, Joe Warren, Victor tc<<
and that it as it should be, for arriving yesterday from Wesleyan Willis, Elizabeth Gllsson, Ruth Compacts Lockets Pearls
what is Christmas without a Gloria Buford going about Toomey. '"
gathering of friends and relatives her duties as clinic nurse at the c Parker and Waterman Pens U
Student Prompter and Accom- If i| ?xt
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around. the fireside? Hear Health Center. Martha Wel- I' ., ;,
CHRISTMASGIFTS' reports of m;many' expected arrivals -I don back from the;. hospital and panist-Sue Biggs. i P '" /* Diamonds ,
that I am quite flabbergasted able to attend .the Bible Story Stage Engineers--Tommy Edwards I ,. ,._ .' N f fur 'r q.I .
butrwill try' to do some Hour Tuesday :'Stave St. John Harlls Ellington, Thomas if

hasty checking up over the week- off for Darlen, Conn., and not Harding1. I' ,
end and let you know In the next promising when ''he'll return Assisting Teachers Mrs. B ,
Costume Jewels from 6th edition who came and who went 'Judy and Archie Green taking Edwards, costumes; Mrs. Eva
Avenue, N. y Pins, Neck- Of course, the University"let their first train ride Saturday, Anderson, tickets; Mrs. M W. S
laces, Ear Bobs_ (Including out" Thursday and making accompanying the J. C. Paul Cressler. speech and dramatics; 1 J
beautiful rhlnestone ones), a beeline for Callstreet were am- family on a Xmas Shopping spreeto Mrs, Ursula Barnes, music direc- I CO.J

Bracelets, and e .Compacts. bitious young seekers after Ocala Shirley Colley, holi- tor. GEM JEWELRY
knowledge: Darby Peek, Comer day helping in the post office Second Part
Ethel-Lea-Nore Sachets Perryman Enos Hayes Mack Eva Kllllau (Mrs. J. W.) The second part of the Yule-
Waste Baskets, Jewel Boxes,! Futch. George Flynn, George looking wonderfully attractive at tide service was given by the G 109 CALL ST. STARKE ft
Perfume Bottles, and Dresser Powell, Bill Pattay, Garland God- one of the parties given for her Senior Glee Club and the program iTUXEDO
Sets Small decorative! win, Andy Adkinn, Bill Long, last week wearing a Heavenlyblue began with a candlelight proces- t PHONE 170
Trays and metal Waste Bas- Arch Thomas, and Leonard Smith crepe dress, topped with a sional, "Angels from the Realmsof
kets Linen Handkerchiefs, C. W. CoItion arrived Wednesday smart black hat trimmed In blue Glory". The program, followed J
Handkerchief Folders for the from Stetson, and Jerome ostrich tips :
traveller, Silk and Wool Scarfs Johns checks In today from Em. "Nazareth" by Charles Gounod I

Sachets for the traveller ory at Oxford Should be a Johnny Chalker: just out of the "Virgin's Slumber Song" by
gay ole time around; town duringthe Army, is spending the holidays Max Reger.
Large variety for the chil- holidays, what with all the with Morgan and Jean Darby on Solo by Lou Edwards.
dren of all ages Infants college colony on the scene again Santa Fe Hear he'll reenter "The Birthday'of a King"-W. FEEDS
gifts for boy or girl Small The Citadel soon Incidentally, H. Neldlinger.
dolls1, books, rat t lers, caps, Jean has broken all records for "And There Were Shepherds"Ira

shoes, bootees, and the Animal Georgia Sexton nays that she early-blrdness She not only B. Wilson. MORE FEED FOR LESS MONEY NEW LOW PRICES!
Circus Children's Stationery received the best Xmas gift of all: has purchased and wrapped all "Carol of the Bells" Xmas
her Christmas gifts, but has actually carol.
her fond husband, T-5 Wm. D.,
arrived.in town Monday after 11 \ delivered them! Hear "Jesus Bambino"-Pletro Yon.
Candles for every occasion, months with the occupation forcesin that Louise Stern will have a Solo by June Patel. No. 2 Yellow Corn 3.65 Sack

Hurricane Lamps, Ice Bowls Germany He and Georgia pleasant surprise when she arrives "Joy to the .World"-Frederick
with tongs Water Pitchers will spend Christmas In Atlanta home from St. Louis Satur- Handel. *
with atlrrers, and glass Con- with Bill's parents, 'land he expects day in the form of a Christmas "Cantlque de Noel" Adolph Book Your Order Now for Red Bliss Potato Seed.
lole.8et Stationery for to receive his Army discharge gift of music sent to her by an Adam.

teen-agers and grown-ups on January S Monk uncle In Austria whom she has "Silent Nlght."-* rans Grwber. Car Arriving January 5th
XMAS SEALS and XMAS Dinkins, Just back from a bit of never seen Sunday's the day "Deck the Halls"-Xmas carol l.
PAPERS for wrapping big game hunting In the scrub for J. Houston (Husey) McClane\. --Glee Club and audience.
.I-S---* *nmmt--- m.Z:.. ..
with Buddy Bishop, Ronnie Mun- who will wed Rebecca Stokes "March of the Little Tin Sol- -9m m4t >-------
Beautiful silver-plated CandleSticks Stultz In the Gainesville First diers",
dorff, and Bill Powell Is more .
Compotes, Bon Bon firmly convinced than ever thatit Baptist Church at 5:30 p. m. "Today There Is Ringing"Christiansen. -
Dishes, Flower Bowls Water to stick to the rules Carl
pays Johns
Sets, and Cocktail. Sets. Seem that Monk was sorely The little black book Is still Recessional-"Oh Come All Ye Feed Store

tempted to bang away when a bulging with news notes, but after Faithful".
A beautiful assortment of all, I've got a little last minute Glee Club members: Ondlna
beautiful doe strolled within SO(
Table Lamps, Men's Lamps, shopping to do So I'll save Barcelo Churchwell, Beatrice Ed- -
Ash Trays, Cigar Boxes and yards of his stand, but he didn't the rest till the next And un- wards, Lou Edwards, Jeanette
Cigarette Boxes Bridge yield and Mrs. Doe departed un- til then-MERRY CHRISTMAS! Gremer, Evelyn Grtffls, Dorothy
Cards, single and double decks scathed A few minutes later -Carolyn. Johns, Louise Kelly, Agnes LawSEASON'S Just Received Shipment of
also packed single and
who should ride but the
by game
double in leather cases for
gifts Men's Lotions'and warden! Floor Lamps and Numerous Other Electric

Colognes .
Nice to know that Jess Alex
Antique and the fine gifts* ander was able to enjoy a turkey Appliances
for the Xmas table in dessert! dinner on his birthday Tuesday ..
plates and bread and butters Those partaking with him
Crystal Punch Bowl and! were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews GREETINGS 1I'.lInmlnl."nlmlnn'.m''n''m'' '''' '' ''' '' 'nmnem''' ",mii''"''

cups, Fruit Coupettes, Deml- Mr. and Mrs Harry Tucker, Mr. Sun., :Mon.--Dec. 22, 23
Tasse Cups and Saucers for and Mrs Sam Anderson, Miss
the collectors Nanna the "BLACK BEAUTY"Mona
Colby .of Episcopal
Starke Electric
i rectory, and the "home folks" Freeman-Richard Denning; Evelyn Ankers Supplies Westinghouse DealerCarl
A lovely line of Junior Slips,J Hear that Joe Wilson, know-
Gowns, and Robes Also a
Ing Judge Ferryman's weaknessfor
Tues. Wed. Thurs.-Dec. 24 25 26
lovely line of Ladles Wearing! Ice cream presented him at Johns
Apparel J the Rotary Xmas party with a "NO LEAVE NO LOVE"Van

gift certificate entitling the Judgeto ...
If short, we have a gift for ten double-dip cones at Car- Johnson Keenan Wynn 111'1111 'i''"n'"nnmmimrhhnnn' '''. '.,e.mnrvminmm' ..rwmlien' '" ,"' "
the baby, bride man. wife, penter's Drug Store! And Pat Kirkwood Guy Lombardo
sweetheart, and friend 0 speaking of Christmas gifts- "
Charlie Henderson (president of Fri., Sat.-Dec. 27 28 Phone 45 Starke Fla.

Florida Plastics) will be mighty DOUBLE FEATURE ,
surprised when he steps Into his
"Man From Rainbow Valley"In i
office tonight and find that his ,
a partner, Francis Benefleld and Color Please Note -

Harry Hankln. in cahoots with and"Rendezvous
some of Charlie's relatives have We Will Be Closed All
furnished his office completelyand 21" Day December 25

DRESS SHOP gift beautifully. That as mahogany a Christmas desk With Wm. Gargen and 26th

they have Installed would grace I -



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-._- -- .. .-.- .-- --- -. .. .-.. ._--
of LOCAL Mrs. N. N. Norton of Los Angeles Mrs J. C. Paul and \
.ITS NEWS I t'hildrt.n.1 Mrs. Julian Peck will bi thohouse ( Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Davis will\ Jean St Peter! itf Galnravillewna
Cal.. I
arrived Monday of I Knnlsi. Loin. and Rhett. and Judy I
guest next week of Mr.
last week '' I spend Christmas in (rimndinn the w< for an extended visit' I
-- and Archie Green spent Saturday and M rto. Hamilton Hitch in with relatives. Brown"
of with her slater, Mr Laura Monely. in Ocala I Gainesville I I
QuincyI..eellentJ Miss Haven I
I Lamar
W Crosby has!'! returned
1 1 who Is HI at her home here.For Roswell Noegel and daughter !
guest of her from a week's visit with Mir and l Mrs Q. C. White of I .
\ home portraits see T. HflMwne I
M. Mitchell. friends In Jacksonville.Mr. Miami were guests Monday of Tallahassee were guests Tuesdayof
IIr8.f See ail on niw" his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. I
vor* O" Val of Columbia and Mrs. P. M. Ban'footspent Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Pass and and Mrs. Billy Noegel. They W.Mrs.Alderman J. W. White and Mrs. G. man FLOWLER5I'OTTI'I ( )

tie holiday guest of her Sunday afternoon in Lake little son, Gene of Atlanta Ga.. were en route to( their home following -
Mitchell. City with Mr. and :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot
,JIJs8 Lucile Mr. Barefoofs sister, will arrive Saturday to spend the 10 vacation travel-
a day Itfonma(
Long> and sons, Tom Mrs. Harry Darby. holidays with her Mr. daughter, Miss!' Sara Bare-
r. parents ing in the Atlantic Seaboard
foot, will attend Blmo J.CYCI.m: nAilAZAI. A
leave today for Dr. the Darby- -
,,,1 will and Mm H. H. Adams and and Mrs. L. D. Green. states
Christ- Math wedding In Lake City Saturday IMUMKOSESAlso :
to spend
son, John
I. Ga. will spend Christmas Mr. and Mrs. L.. S. Hutto will hire Mae Edwards Miss Elaine
mother, Mrs. W. T. in Tennessee evening. Gladioli; and Cut FlowersAVAILAIILE
jher with Mrs. Adams'parents. have as Christmas holiday guestsMr. Edwards, Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Miss Eleanor Durshlmer of East
relatives. : NOW!
and and Mrs M. C. Wells and Jlmttile Cannon were in Jackson Orange. N. J., Is expected by I

..-........- "- -SIOSPITALIZATION Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto andchU.lren ville Thursday of last week. 'I plane Tuesday ..f next week to I CLAR-JlvtN: I-I-OWLi? *HOI>
all of Jacksonville.Mr. Aliases Madeline and Louise spend tho Christmas holidays wttti
and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Crosby of Daytona Beach and her brother, F., L. Durshlmer and I Phone 97 .tot( ) N. Walnut
[ of Eagle Lake and Miss Tat Mist Dorothy Crosby, an FSCW family I I
Wimberly of Duke University student at Tallahassee! will spendthe I

Durham, N. C., will be holiday holidays with their parents, .l a C db ctto: :.
1 1. Hospital Expense Up to $325.00.: guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Nelson T. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, in () l

Green Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Sr., Brooker. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
2. ]>odor Bills Up to $80.00. and Miss Beth Wimberly.Miss Van Patel will have as holiday I 3

Mantle Anderson of Archer guests his son-in-law and daughter -' S John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
). faun Income up to $100.00 p
time from work due to ANY Accident or sickness with her brother-in-law and sister way of St. Augustine, and Harrison g PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis. Galloway and Phillip Loomis
4. > to $250.00 premium refunded at ,
Mrs. D. J. Clort of Tampa Comer Long of Jacksonville has 6WAYFLOOR f3
Clip and Mail for Additional Information will be weekend guests of Mr. and returned to his home there after 1 Z '.
Chairs & Ottomans S
Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green. spending a few weeks here with K Lounge j

W. L. Wall will spend Christ his mother, Mrs F. H. Long.
-------------------------_ Age____ mas in St. Augustine with his Mrs.: Amanda Hugglns of Eliza- K 49.50 and up LAMPS

son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and bcthtown, N C., returned Tues .. I I ',

-- ----------------------- ----- Mrs. Harold C. Wall day to her home after spending T Double Spring Constructed! ;
----- ,
Miss Doris Moncrief of the several weeks here with her 'f1'- .

State Farm was the weekend brothf>r-In-Iaw and sister Mr. and
PROFESSIONAL INS. CORP.norlda's guest of Miss Janet Anderson. Mrs. L. G. Hemingway. She was g Large Student Desks 19.95 ;
Oldest and Largest Hospital Company Come and be fitted for your I accompanied as far as Jackson- jj,1g

THERE'S A REASON fall and winter SI'IRELLhl'alth ville by Mr. and Mrs. HemIng- g Solid Wood Wheat Walnut and
garment, cornets girdles and also way. Beautiful
!Maple Finish! Encourage Your Child
surgical belt.. Corsetlerp, br. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon Walnut I Cabinets t to Study. (
Wilson Sistrunk, Agency Director I"rlll. Frank Hoover ana daughter Jeanette, of Orlando iJ
Office 323 W. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Paul will will arrive Sunday to spendthe _
t 1 University Ave. Gainesville, Fla. 37.50
have as guests during the holidays Christmas holidays here with i 2
-. Mr. and Mrs. J. U Paul of, Mr*. :McLendon's parents, Mr. and Duncan Phyfe Sofas 199.50

Charleston, S. C., and Mrs J, Q. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, and with Just A Few

Joyner of Rockingham N. C. Dr. McLendon's mother in Mar. harp Left ,

Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. lanna. Metal Beds Well Constructed 1
Every branch of H. L. Brownlee will include their Mrs. F. H. Long was the guest f a
'I son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. several days this week of Dr. Panel or Poster Type d
and Mrs. M. C. Stlth. and family and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and Mr. DOLLS <

INSURANCECONSTANT of Washington, D. C.; their and Mrs Richard Thede In Jack 12.75 and up I ,

daughters MJss Madge Brownlee, sonville.\
who Is a student at Montreat College Mrs William R. Morse and son, % ,,,"',,
N. C., and Miss Mary Richard and Mrs S. E. Sparks Living Room Suits !
LIABILITY Brownlee and her friend, Miss attended the "Messiah" at Stet .

.. SERVICE Joyce Humphrey, of St. Louis; son University, Deland on Sun Bed Room Suits d

OVER SO YEARS and their grandson Robert Stith,' '
THEFT. of the U, S. Naval Academy, An., day.Mrs.. Hamilton Rltch of Gaines- G. Arriving by the Carload ,

Md. ville visited Mrs. K. K. Perryman
f napolis Select Yours", Now
Mrs. L. A Rennolda and brother on Monday. t ,

FIRE Homer Johns, spent the week Arriving home Wednesday and

C WALL AGENCY end In Frostproof visiting their Thursday of this week for their G' 3.25 upChild's Wagons! Wagons! 12.50 up' ,
sister-In-law, Mrs. Arthur Johns. two weeks Christmas vacation 26.95

LI f F E Mrs. Rosa Girton and Mr. Glr- from FSCW are Margie and P.
Please Phone 146 ton of St. Petersburg were here Dooley Davis. Virginia Sewell, ", Just ArrivedTable
Saturday and Sunday on matters Shirley Colley, Anise Green, Wanda SHOP WITH USItEFORE New Shipment d

pertaining to their property near Pearce and Catharine Noll' U & Chair
Starke. man. Set 5.95 Sea cttlFrom
Mrs. Grace Van Vleet of Day- For wedding portraits see T. II.Oslxirnej. 1! Tt

LASSIFIED'OtlT I tona Beach was the guest of her "See, ad on age ... r 9.

sister-in-law, Mrs Wlnona Moore Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin' spent .-. .1

FARM CITY AND (,'IIII1"-'IC '."1'1 4 KOH HUT'- Wednesday through Saturday oi Tuesday In Jacksonville with
PROPERTY ,\.til..til I.I-. NOW last week. their son-in-law and daughter, Dr ,
IlL'XAHOtlTrt! ANIl UTILITIES and Mrs. C. C Mendoza. Sunday -
I Miss Louise Stern, a studentat
rst-t" l4ar i 16-17-20-2J-25(,H1-I FItS FT.KXPRKSS 23-S5 FT. I the St. Louis Mo., Institute afternoon Dr and Mrs. Mndoza -
KNCLOSED:: : CKI'ISKKS 1>.;r.I'xbau of Music will arrive by plane I and son Cliff, and their
TROUT SELLS 1LSTA'1'F1 REAL ( FT AND 27 Hl'PKU FT nl l.uxl' Saturday morning to spend the house guests Mrs. R. K Green of SALE! No Priority Needed

mint nilTertUer of eo.a- CALL OR WRITE: YOUR AUTHOR1ZKD Christmas holidays here with her Washington, D. C., and B. n.

I'property.,. (' ilome.-Farm.-Ha made over CHUIS-fHAFT ONCE I 11EALKHAT parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.1! Mendoza. of New Orleans, will be
nrtT* from nil over the Koi: ual'r 110 tT* ,MOTOII1, INC. Stern. | guests of Mr. and Mrs. Griffin
S II.tlnK. 47.1 HI\FI1etfFl A\ i':.
epee .1 t1'1(811\111.LF:, "'I.*.
OUT REALTY AGENCY I'hone. a-mmi''': n-nrx' .
.re+entel Locally ByIIOLLINGSWORT1I Muiitlnr' :2-

|118 So. Walnut St.pSES FOIl !H\l.K
821/4: farm with four
acre room

nf all kind reno- house, within 13 acres lonn old feet bearing or paved pecantreea 500 Yards East of Blanding Center TYPE
I furniture upholstered and hlKhway. One mile from Depot In
Starke. Price JflDOO 00Sre
Ivd card.
'lHI MATTRESS Drop u. CO.a E'oslatka. N. II. "'.In..rl..'. Jr., .

Fla. tt 1.14 IlrvkerPhone btarkeFOR SATURDAY DEC. 21 SIZES: 16 ft. x 48 ft. AND .f

'CE--1 write I&II11n"RI! fire .
RENT-Two light houaekeep.Inir
bilf, liability, and lit*. furnished apartment Iteas Begins at 2 P. M. 20 to 30 lb. Turkeys
fur your Insurance needs. onable. Close| in.-209: K. MadlaonSt.
I Wainwright Jr., 1S1 East tf 16 ft. 16 ft.
l'..pt. Phone 154. tf Bring Your 12 Guage 32 in. Max. Barrel Length x

ll.E-One hot water heater JOHN H. ROANESPECIALS'
|l Ion WeKtlnKhou.v electric
condition. S33 .
''. ..
atarke. Fla. tf \ ..

I I M.E l bud-6-room all cleared house, fenced.on I ARON Sizes Of Sections Are 8 Feet By 16 Feet, With Novelty

'r becaune water electricity.I am movies AmT I I Drop Siding On Outside, With Many Windows, And
> rk( .1. Mack Hlne. Box '
|rk, Fla. 2tp 1310RILl' ANDPSYCHIC ill Two Doors In The Larger Buildings And One Door In

': AUCTION-If you're MEDIUM The Smaller Buildings.
lr salting on a new car
[ > tome. over and buy one? K
Ihiul peveral 1946 cars In ,>> For Your Holiday Needs
f'1..leo. Also we will cell ROUTE 17 --

w irurk, tractor, trailer .... .. .... ..-K
other automotive vehicle OPPOSITE FARM: MTK.PALATKA ,- ''- -

.|Wednesday Mule etarts at Oalne.vtlle 1 p. rn, FLA. IDEAL FOR UK AC II OR TOURIST CAM Nil AND FOR

,'k Market. tf l lladies Suits & Skirts MANY OTHER USES

|LB .. peautlful 210x165 I !
Tit ,nt, white card beach, FOR SALE One team, clothespress .
little Santa Fe Lalre. I good condition 160 ca.h.Inquire
nt 'IU -
_H.lottag-e fnrden.''9x20 Star*screeny *. tflT I I Stark, Fla. 2tp 13-20 I 1-4 off

.-On January 11: Pecan I FOR heater BALE suitable_ true for store bottledI home-.a. I 16 IT. X 16 I"I'. IIIJILDINKH/ ; SPILL; FOIt U:4.THAN: $200 ,

l.at"rnl 3J1 hed Temple cabin with Ave.1&*'a.T .I'I or apt. Alno large rolltop desk ---.- DISMANTLED; AND LOADED ON TRUCK
broom litre.r.I"; Molt 321 Temple
I furnl.hed refrigerator cottageelretrlo sea Ave. or phone 181. It -'S ,
,and Mrs. Maude !
| .love. I FOR SAt.E-6-room house bttth |
--1 Temple phone
| Ave. or It ..cr..ned.'ront porrh. back aun -. ,. 0--RITE
porch, large lot: 14.400. V. H.
'.&-'3-bedroom house, SW Carden. Box 526. Starke, Fla. tf : : OR COME''; DIRECT: TO CAMP

|T'ntly Ba",,occupied St..Attractive Starke.by owner Excellent convene un- WANTED pound general TO IllTY horse-About or mill an that BOO -------MP ANT S Formerly 12.951 IILANDINU; (;JATE. "U"I.

'. will plow well. See or write J. I.
for Information write
"rile 1 B rrevatt. Hampton Fla. Up .--
1188 Cypreaa, Caine.-
r t.L 14351. if I FOR- SALT Australian pine, front Now 8.95
bottle-brunh. arbor vita. ,
& -Record player air babyTr.irrBph. con. Nee proof Mrs., Robert JJ"dd Midlakee. 1WILDINGS: SELLING'F1t.GUARANTEE ST AND WE CANNOT
'. ''": tan Phllco air conditioner Keystone eights Fla. Itp
r 1d.klnet mall. coal heater and W. WILL. HELL :MT """ and; P.'tSI. Loafer Coats |
.n Hav" Telephone ctreeti. It NKSS. cottages irrocery store on Highway ZO tworoom and- >S; Men's ACED AT ONCE

I'J-K. OR l TRADE FORK I with Kln"'y! -foIoMll'doc'il>: n..t 3 .incomenow : $, TWO-TONE ALL WOOL Btt
d'luxc or-143M Ford four-! around $f800, can b. better.Cash -
4it at Apply Palmi..r. hour I Reason or for term lellln.tn highest a.". hldd..r.tL E. Formerly 17.95 NOW 1 .95-4" gtfr.
Owl Cafe. Up Rt. I. Stark". "a.. lip ... .. -
: Piotte .
4-room hou. with allconvenience.
1 house Open<<
I'!"*l'! mndern convenience.!Mr. K. ''I'' FOR HE-IT-Mod..rn: .. In Stark. 110. Mr.. Monday and Tuesday 'We{ Will Remain
f I1HOO. Write Mtarke, Via.
12'?. Oal.'Stark.. Fla. HP I K. Haley, U.n. Del. .; The Convenience of LattP
Until 8 P M. For
\-:-dour door 19J9! tSalle building SM

'Poor'.rt, Phone IIhape. 1119.Also Stark.a 2'Miler -,I FOR near 8"f.F.-tore Blandln celled Oate with B. ALSO sheet ';Minute Christmas Shoppers. 1 ...- ,

r tip I rock.home ilK American best meat ott..r..aw ALSO and Mohawk Wrecking I IBox Inc

ra WETIRPI WHILE : electric .. -
i II.'
cool 4451preen
Cal. RkTOCNOf: tlonk-' Jlrnok., Phoned ,
J. A.
,1 S. Army and retire at ". Fla. fir
>ass..ano on..a Travel monthly the retirer world-' env. Sprina Irall.r. 4 !
SALF.-T..o wheel JROBBINS'f 4845 Jacksonville Camp BlandingtpECEMBI'
"> expense to you' ExMvincem.nt FOR by T b.d."I" h.avy-du'Y tI.a.f.lke ,

and freelliv new Ilea.onable. 5313 ifaf7
not lit.
t- flne.t medical .
"I.I care provided. VI.1trm" 8ALE-ThnrOUIChbred fox t.r.rle.
? r.eruiting'.tation FOR. Ire. L. F. ahapmalt
.bar detail..-IIS Po.t OfGaln puppy. 1
41. ..vllle, Fla. State Farm.


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.. -".-_. . e . .y. (Friday), with the P.-T. A. fur relatives. Guests included J. II. Burton thorne, and and baby, 41 1 Ha
r "1I't) ::' .. nUliing the refreshments After I. Carter of Lake Worth Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sappand Mr. anai,
Pine Level LAWTEY the program school will be dismissed past Weekend with Mr.I children Mr. and Mrs. E. W.Sapp of Ohio.

until Monday, January 6, and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow. Wilkerson and children, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. F v oar
SPECIALS Ily Mrs II. M. Mrltae I Ily Tho School and all of the students and facultyare Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner and Mrs. O. W. Nasworth and chil of Jacksonville spent ->
. . . . . . e looking forward to a Merry Major and Mrs. Martin Griner I dren and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mr. and Mr\ *. J A.. B. s

Visitors at Pine Level BaptistChurch nESTER STARLING ILLS Christmas and a Happy New went to Jacksonville Sunday to
.=-- = Sunday Included the Rev. PARTY Year. visit Mrs. F. W. Edwards. Mrs.,
and Mrs. Donald Willis and two been frequent! .
New SLIPSFor of Bostwick, Manning Mrs. D. B. Thomas entertainedat MASONS FAMILY NIGHT Edwards haa a and friendsare I
daughters visitor of the Griners
her home in Lawtey ;Tuesday Alvarez &
The .Lawtey Masonic Lodge R.
Cribbs of Jacksonville, and Mr. sorry to know that it Is necessary Son
Ladies Best Grade Stephens of Gainesville. night of last week honoring her held a family night Tuesday! even- at this time for her to be
nelce, Hester Starling, who celebrated Ing, Dec. 10, in the school cafe
All ea.
Mr. and Mrs. li. M. McRae and thirteenth hospitalized.Rev. .
her birthday an-
teria. The wives
children and Mr. and Mrs. Robert niversary at that time. chicken dinner as only prepared Masons a and Mrs. W. G. Smedleyof Transfer & Storage Co.
Myrick were guests of Mr. and Lake Butler were supper
New BRASSIERESAll Various games were enjoyed by wives can, and carried It picnic
Mrs. Grooms at Umatllla P. S.
Henry Mrs.
Hester and her young friends and style. to the cafeteria where It guests Phone 179
65c Sunday.We .
Sizes ea.
Crews Thursday.
she received many lovely gifts was served. There was plenty to
I regret to hear of the illness as mementoes of the occasion. eat for everyone and some to Edgar Tyson returned to his e

New DRESSESAll of Kenneth Thomas, little grand Refreshments of sandwiches spare, and everyone went away home in Jacksonville Sunday after We local
son of :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. having visited his parents Mr. operate and long
birthday cake and hot chocolate hoping that a similar affair
sizes __ 1.95 ea. We wish him a speedy recovery were served to the 23 guests would be an event of the near and Mrs. R. H. Tyson for several Moving and distance Anywhere in
Dinner guests of the Rev. and
Mrs. W. E. Hall last Sunday Included present Mrs. Thomas was assisted future. days.Mrs.. J. M. Bradley and Leslie the State of Florida.
in serving by Mrs. Tracy
New BLOUSES Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Hall SEVENTH GRADE HAS PARTY Bradley spent Friday in Jackson E"
Hayes and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead. .
1.50 each of Green Cove Springs and J. M. Mrs. L. H. Hill entertained the ville with relatives. Fast Careful Moving
Hall of Dublin, Ga. YULETIDE IN EVIDENCE: Seventh Grade of the Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel-
I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McRae were Lawtey has caught the Christ- Junior High School with an out low had as their guests ThursdayMrs.
New SKIRTSAll ; visiting Mrs. McRae's parents, mas spirit in a big way. As one door party at her home Friday Mae Dickens of Starke and
Mr, and Mrs. N. A. Conner, InLake goes down the main street' he night of last week. Russell Wallace of Sanford.
sizes 1.50 ea.
Butler Sunday. .sees the store windows gaily dec- The guests arrived at 6 o'clock Mrs. Vance Geiger of Jackson-
Miss Lettie Bowers of Starke orated with Christmas colors. and outside games were enjoyed. ville was the dinner guest of her Complete Service
New was a weekend guest of the Rev. When the customer enters the Refreshments consisted of wei- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad-
OVERCOATSFor and Mrs. W E. Hall. store of his choice he finds toys ners, which were roasted over the ley at noon Sunday.Mr. I.ookslike it's going to belong
Long Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake and gifts of all descriptions to glowing coals of an oakwoodfire and Mrs. R. W. Brannenand C a time yet before
Ladies 9.50 ea. Geneva spent Thursday night of help replenish Santa's pack. The and CocaColas.Mrs. Miss Pauline Brannen visited many of us get that
last week with Mrs. H. M. McRae. Q new
local stores are also displayingmany Hill was assisted by Miss Miss Eva Fay Gainey in Jacksonville car: we've been waiting for.
Remember the services at Pine useful and .
of the
more prac- Thursday night.
In for
New Beryl Thompson caring Therefore its more"im
Level Baptist ,Church every Sun tical articles for those who desireto Mrs. G. E. Crews honored Mr. -
Girls OVERCOATS day. Everyone is welcome.JoodJZuck. give more substantial gifts.In young people. Crews with a family birthday CertifiedLubrication portant than ever to let us

the residential sections are BAPTIST PASTOR HONORED dinner Friday night. Guests who keep your old car in A-l
J..ong-Sizes 8.16 many homes with Christmas trees The ladles of the First Baptist attended were Mrs. Jessie Cason, condition.:
9.50 each already In and lighted nightly. Church gave a reception Fri Mrs. Joe Dowling and Mrs. Jessie
Lawtey's two churches are"having day night of last week at the Lazenby of New River, Mr. and Washing Polishing Waxing
Christmas programs for their pastorlum honoring the new Baptist Mrs. A. P. :Moore of Miami Mrs. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
NewDRESS Sunday school children. The Jun- minister here, the Rev. O. V. Ina Hayes of Gainesville and Mr.
SHIRTSAll ior High School will have its Lee. and Mrs. Calvin Williams and
special holiday program tonight Members of the church and their little daughter, Sandra, of L B. Alvarez Service StationTemple

sizes __ 2.50 ea. s1gt' many friends from other churchesof Palatka.Mr. .
'" the community called to wel- and Mrs. W. H. Morganwere Ave., at Call St.
come the new pastor, his wife, hosts at their home Sundayat
New PANTIESFor and their two daughters. a reunion of Mrs. Morgan's

TurkeysPer Refreshments of fruit Juice ... ... ..
Ladies Best Grade )- ------- '" --------
punch and homemade cake were
All Sizes served.

95c & 65c each YOUR WATCH

r to find a,four-leaf clover- sonville Miss Ernestine was the Moore weekend of Jack guestof Deserves the Best SEE ARNOLD GRIFFIS

New Boys' it's better luck to have Acci- her parents, Mr. and Mrs Fred
Per Pound-On Foot
Long OVERCOATSSizes dent Insurancel Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban were Sausage I

8 to 15 shopping In Jacksonville last Fri- I

9.50 each Charley: E. Johns day.The Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Williams Fresh Pork Liver Pudding

Agency and family and the Rev. r j
W. E. LawsonOne
NewLadiesPLAY and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson of Jack REPAIRTrustworthy Hog's Head Cheese t
Phone IS STARKE, FLA. sonville were Sunday guests of t tt
SHOES95c ;, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews. Service
Mile South of StarkeOn
pair Mrs. Rachel Browning and Mrs.C. ,
Keystone Road M. Miles of Woodlawn were t
the guests of the C. R. Crews Harley StrongCAMP
family Sunday afternoon.
'.. .,
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Edwards of JEWELER D
Kingsley Lake were visiting .In
White'O" Blue \ Lawtey Sunday night. '137 West Call St. i
Si/e.3: to 8 M Can Use More 1 Pulpwood Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Arwood weekend of ."'..-...........-.--. --------------.
[ Green Cove Springs were
1.75 each, gg p- WHITE TIMBER DEFT.. guests of Mrs Arwood's parents,
Mr and Mrs. C. F. Carter.
Second Hand Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla.
. ., . .

Ladies '''DRESSES u__ __ _._.__ __ '

Size. 9 40 2095c Southern Lumber Company State Farm : Sf

each 10th St. Two Blocks East of Ily Mr. Bryan Whitfield
Depot . . . _
Starke Fla. RETURN
To celebrate hpr birthday Mary EMPTY
All sizes __ 95cMEN'S Rivers Stubbins Invited a small
Logs Purchased the Mill group of chiyren; to play with her BEER .
Saturday afternoon at the homeof
SUITS or Stumpage Bought
', her parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. BOTTLES
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7.50 each P. Stubbins.
4 C In addition to seasonal decora YOUR
tions the anniversary motif was -
Men'sDRESS SUPERIORin noted in the attractive appoint DEALER

COATS ment of the dining* room table.It .ITHOUT
every'sense of fine and upright was centered with the cake ?
3.50 each that was artistically decorated In .\r-\., 1\:\ ffl. DELAY
modern ;serving and unusual carefulnessin pink and white and topped with .f!'- "'''' '''' :/;(,. !
t t..I::!;. \.\\' \'_ "
nine pink tapers and the unique, 'M.'Ft 'Jftt..
guarding against needless lk;. ( \. ''fS",
Mens expense ,, <\?.... ..
OVERCOATS crinkled place mats were 'J. : .........
I ;\:.!(!.}.\':.,."' Ii.-'r.r; : .._,.",is, > I
Ice cream was served with slices ..
All Perfect "III 'e'egilYn!; \:ll'e; 'r,... n '
7tDEWITT Ie- of the cake. Appropriate favors LAIN. .fpt0 rt ,
4.50 to 7.50 ea. were given as mementoes of this "- '' ::' .. I
C. JONES happy, informal gathering.A i iI

KHAKI SHIRTSAll AMBULANCE SERVICE!: group for Farm young people

Sizes Perfect and their guests enjoyed a weiner I t
Funeral Director roast at the Community Building
1.95 each STARKE PHONE 7 Wednesday evening. Mrs. W. O.
Stringfellow was the chaperone on sat 1 i r
Our local funeral home enables us to this occasion.
KHAKI PANTSAll offer conveniences and services not Helen WhltfleKI a r
entertained the t j p'' t
sizes Heavy otherwise available.We Junior group of the Farm at the 0 BEER

1.75 each home of her parent. Mr. and Mrs. nwlnSCa.Jadsss'kj
furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices arf Bryan Whitfleld Friday night. 'Sr v
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company Outdoor games were played and 11 .
BOYS PANTSSizes as payment in part or in full on a funeral. Consultation during the party hours, cookies
carries no obligation. were served with CocaColas.Mrs. I _
6 to 12 J. C. Wallace was the _.___ I
1,50 each guest of relatives In Jacksonville _
I'rlday'nlght. Her visit was occasioned -
by the presentation of a
Boys'DRESS We Will Be Closed All Day Christmas Christmas play In which her (Qft;;B There's No Shortage ol Beer a
COATS niece, Mary Wells, was the Ice ::

Sizes 10 to 16 MEET YOUR FRIENDSAT Queen.During the past week Mr. and .::: . But There Is a Shortage of Bottles

3.85 each TilE Mrs. P. S. Crews and Mr. and 01'
Mrs C. D. Sellers had aa visitors II you want to make rare that you and everyone else have plenty

Bill Rivers of Tampa and Mr. and golden. mellow JAX Beer Florida', great regional Drink ef Friendship for
BLUE TAVERNGood Mrs. D. L. Shaw and son Joe, of
the holiday season turn in your empty JAX bottles without delay.

NICK'S'Bargain Home-Cooked Meals Tailor-Made There's. a serious -bottle shortage and people who. cooperate by'return

SEAT, COVERS ing their empties... promptly will help greatly.

Steaks Chicken Sea Food We want to be able to supply all requirements for JAX Beer during the

Plate Lunches 1 S holiday season but we must have bottles to assure an ample upplY '


Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks Wont you please gather up all the empty JAX Beer bottles from your

l OPEN FROM 10 A. M. TO 11 P. M. back porch and garage and other places and turn them an today? We'll

HOUSE 1. appreciate it and you'll be doing yourself and every other lover of fine
Everybody Welcome Your Business
, AH Work Guaranteed beer a favor by doing it. Thanks!


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I Candlelight VespersAt Bishop Will Conduct I
ANNIS General r
A. Contractor PresbyterianChurch Christmas Eve ServiceAt

Gainesville, Fla. I Sunday at 5 St. Mark's ChurchSt.

:::::: The public Is cordially Invitedto Mark's Episcopal Church :
Safety Comfort and Economy attend the Presbyterian Candlelight 1'f will have as Its special guest for !
for \
Vespers which will be C : the Midnight Service Christmas
resented Sunday afternoon, Dec. ( : Eve The Rt. Rev Frank Alexander 1
COURTEOUS ra 22, at 5:30: o'clock. On the whole, Juhan, 1>. D., Bishop of
CORRECT C' t"'" this year's service will follow the Florida. The service will beginat
.(! pattern of preceding years. As 11:30: ant will be accompaniedby
l-lFOR I2h IPJ ",. always, there will be an organ the traditional music associate -
prelude, during: which the tall -_- -- Mu'' .! with The Feast of the Na-
o Phone 147 r white candles will be lighted by j I tivity of Our LorI

Charles Knight, B. C. Holtzen- Bishop Juhan will preach and

Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses dorf, Jr. and Barney McRae. I I II II II celebrate the Holy Communion, an
Young Dolores Maruca, Estelle observance which has been traditional -
UNION BUS STATIONTemple Johnson, Clarabelle Johnson, Mar- I I j In ushering In th Birthday .
Ave. LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke, FU. garet Rose Duncan and Lucille Io of the Christ. All parlshon-
McRae will sing "Silent Night," I era of St. Mark's are expected to

including In the final verse an : p.4, : I IIi be present and It will be their
f :. original harmonization composedby ii i I II pleasure to welcome many friends
the choir director and used as Ii who generally share the Joy of the
an a capella background by the occasion with thorn. If early-
choir. Mary Alice Yarbrough comers and parlshoners will seat
DRAKE SIGN SERVICE"SIGNS will read the Christmas scripture themselves near the front of the

from St. Luke. Child soloist is church It will add to the orderliness -
Margaret Rose Duncan who will 1 of the service and permitthe

OF ALL KINDS" sing "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" I congregation to give attention
Groups of numbers sung I to the worship of the King
which Is the, essential purpose of
by the choir will Include "No
I Christmas.The .
NFCN Candle Was There", "Jesus, Wordof
God Incarnate", Schubert's I music Is being preparedby

"Ave Maria"! "Lo, How a Rose I (CuuMrlujht 11Iriprrli a group of young people and
'ere Blooming", "Ch etmas talented singer under the direc-
Northeast Florida tion of Mrs. Clifton
Serving Drown will
Song", and "Remember Now, 0
Virgin Mary". Dr. Kaufman will be accompanied by Mrs. Lemuel
Culson at the .
PHONE 70 P. O. BOX 421 deliver the Christmas messageand Presbyterian Church cordial Invitation organ.A to all I*

prayer. voiced for the congregation by
STARKE Going beyond Christmas In our I the acting rector, the Rev, Fred
own land, Fay Yarbrough will tell
December 22 Yerkee.
something of Christmas as it Is Sunday 1946. II ..

observed in Spain. Followingthis 4
the choir will sing "The trio-.Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. Mrs.J. .
1 Song of the Birds" and "Com 5:00 P. M. W. Klncald, Mrs. T. II. O.-
panlons All Sing Loudly", both obrne.
of which were translated Into I 8 Simeon Sects The Lord's Christ
Let Us Cure Your Meat
Spanish by Miss Isabel Fernan- Men's volcfra and chorus.
dez especially for this occasion. _________ __._______._____ ._. ; 1) Behold, A King Shall Reign

The Presbyterian church Is most Chorus,
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Plain Salt Cureor grateful to John H. Powell for

his very fine Interpretation of CHURCH DIRECTORY
Sugar Cure solo he will SPONSORSOf
parts. By request repeat -
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Matthew's "Voices of the
The Church
We also have lockers to put your at this service last year. BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday --Church School, 10 A. M. Morn- vices every 2nd and 4th Sundays, .

meat in after it is cured and smoked Other solo parts will be renderedby School, 10 A. M? Preaching, 11 Ing Worship, 11 A. M. Youth Fel- ,,11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday Tip Top Super Market
Miss Evelyn Stump whose return A. M. B.T.U., 6:43: : P. M. PreachIng Wor- School every Sunday! 10 A. M. Alvarez Store
following the close of the 7:45: : P. M. Prayer Meeting lowship 7 P. M. Evening I B.T.U. 7:00 P. M.: ".ev. Q. E. Cut-
.... war was a very welcome event. each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Louis ship, 7:30: P. ;M. Prayer and Praise shaw, Pastor. Hollywood Camera

To Mrs. W. J. Chandler assistedby L.I WainwrIght, Sunday School Service, Wednesday 7:30: P. M. & Gift ShopII.
W O O l) I.A W N IIS1410N.U&YnI'TI
her chosen committee, the Superintendent. Fannie Silcox, Woman' Society lit Tuesday, T CHURCH; Sunday C. Wall Agency
STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone church is again deeply indebtedfor BTU Director. Services Every 3:30: P. M. Church located Walnut School 10 A. M. Morning Worship Carpenter'sCoca.Cola
her unselfish devotion to Sunday. Everybody Welcome. and Jefferson Street Rev W. J.
11 A. M. Song Service, 8 P.
artistic decoration of the church.To i Churchwell. Pastor M. Prayer MqfltlnaeaQh Wednesday Mottling/ Co.l.ella" .
Fla. H.TI. the"Church 00- -
Starke Mrs. Young m
12 CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: P. M./B.T.V. Friday 7:30:
wishes also to express sincere availablethe appreciation Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays FIRST FRK8BYTERIANSTARKK. I>. M. Church located 3 miles Koch Drug Store
.. for making School 1 9:45 west of Lawtey. Rev. T. C. Williams -
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Rev. C. -Sunday : Tyus Dry GoodnriggerH'
material used In the
, Spanish I P. Padgett pastor. Sunday School A. M. Morning Worship, 11 A. M. PaBtor.Christmas.
portion of the program. Ladles Auxlllaryr2nd 4th Tuesdays Furniture Co.
10:30 m. TrainIng -
Sunday a. e
Choir members who will par- every Union Sunday evening ). Cantata Hart Furniture Co.
In this service are Evelyn every
Yil1; Stump, Mary Powell Daisy Stel- 6:19.: Public services.nOATDBAJN cordially. Invited to BROOKKR BAPTIST CIIURCII. Sunday NightAt Florida Bank at Starke
attend all
ff/l1 : nell Hazel Fields, Virginia Sel! I Sunday School 10( A. M. Morn- Methodist ChurchA Mike Maruca
ley, Louise Stern Fay Yarbrouxh, Ing Worship, 11 A. M. B.T.U.7:1S: :
Mary Alice Yarbrough, Jean I BAPTIST CHURCH. P. M. Preaching, 7:30: P. M. Prayer Christmas Cantata, "tit-hold
Davis, and Alice Lansing, all I -Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng Meeting each Wednesday 7:30P. Thy King", will be presented In St. Mark's
most capably accompanied by.. Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 I M. Rev. C. A, Crosby, Pastor. the Methodist Church, Sunday
Mrs. E. M. Davis, organist. This P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30: P. evening, flue 22: at 7:30: p. m. Episcopal Church
MERRYQJiritmas program is under the direction of M. Prayer Service each Tuesday NEW: RIVER MISSIONARY BAPTIST Participating In this Inspiring
Alice Lansing.Methodist. 8 P..M. Cottage Prayer Meeting CHURCH.- -Services every musical service will be the twenty -
each Thursday 7:30: P. M. Church let and 3rd Sundays at 11 A. M. voices of the Methodist Choir, Church School 10 A. M.
Church"We located 3 1.2 miles southeast of Rev. Truby Parrlsh, Pastor Pub- accompanied by Mrs. E. K. Perry. Morning Prayer and
Starke. Rev. C. C. Harris, Pas
lic cordially Invited. man, organist. Sermon 11 A, M.
Would See Jesus" Is the tor. me Cantata i L* arranged ai
subject as announced by the pas- IVATKROAK IUI'TI4TQervlce! I follows: -
tor, the Rev. W. J. Churchwell, FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. every lit and 3rd Sundays at 11 Part I-Th Annunciation Church open dally fur prajef
for Sunday morning at 11 a. min Bible School, 10 A. M. Preaching./ A M. and 7:30: P. M. Sunday I and rmt. Service Center open
the First Methodist.:Church. 1st and 3rd Sundays. 11 A. M. School every Sunday 10 A. M. I, The Angel Gabriel Wan Sent dally fur rectrratlon.

The choir will render two special and 7:30: P. M. Mid-Week Prayer Rev. O. E. Cutshaw, Pastor. from God--Tenors and Chorus.

And I Happy New Year To All anthems at this service. Service, Wednesday Council 7:30 P.business M.Woman's -. and 2. Chorus.He Shall Be Great--Tenors
The people will meet at CHURCH OF 001). Sunday
young at the church, 1st 3. My Soul Doth Magnify the First
... meeting Christian
e tt lB MVtMW** ****"*****Lena 6:30: p. m. for a very Interesting School, 10 A. M. Morning/ Worship -
at Churchfor Lord Solo, MliM Oarnlta
3:30 m.
program, and the Christmas Can- Thursday p. 11 A. M. Evening Worship,
TREE INN social meeting; Hutto..
THE PINE tata will be presented at the 7:3: ( business and 7:15: P. M. Y.P.B. Tuesday 7:15: Church
3rd Thursday 3:30 p. m. at placeto 4. Praise We The Lord This
hour. P. M. Prayer Meeting Thursday
C. W. Sibley evening
Alto Solo Mliis Virginia
announced. Day -
be ,
held Church located at -
No Prayer Meeting will be 7:15: P. M. ,
We Will Be Closed Christmas & New Years next Wednesday, Christmas Day. Eighth & St. Clair Streets. Services Sewell. Sunday Serviced
ST. M.\RKS'. E !'I S C O P A I- every Sunday. Rev. W. A. do Noel". j
Christian ChurchThe Church School. 10 A. M. Morning Smith, Pastor. Offertory"Cantlque Dec. 22nd
Prayer and Sermon, 11 A. M. Part II-The Nativity '.j
Get sweeter tastier bread! Rev Dr. John McNeil of (Holy Communion 1st Sunday]) Baptist ChurchSunday 5. There Wera Shepherds. Dr. John McNeil
Washington, D. C., will conductthe Litany and Intercession, Friday Men's Chorus and Quartrt.-.Hun-
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. wor- 7:30: P. ),1. Holy Days, 10 A. M., morning Dec. 22. the ford Ritch. Jim Hitch, O. 8. New- 11 A. M. 7:30 I', M. j

FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH ship services Sunday..at the Firs Holy Communion. Church open R!v. ,. (I. Haloes, pastor of the comb. Hilly Smith
use Christian Church. dally for prayer and rent Service First Baptist Church, will bring 9. Unto You In Horn Thin Day !
I Monday night at 7:30: o'clock Center open daily for recre a Christmas message, the tnlrd| -Chorus.
XJP this church will hold its annual atlon. Church St. at Jackson.LAWTKY In the series of "Seeing Je 7. Glory to God In The Highest FirstPresbyterian j

Christmas program, which Is In BAPTIST CIH'UCII.: This Sunday at 11 a. m., the ulI"1 Chorus and soprano. and alto
charge of the Sunday School. A Morning will be "Snelng Jesus at Church '
10 A. M.
Christmas tree program for the Sunday hem" The choir will sing
IJ11EAST children will be the special eventof Worship. 11 A. M. Young People'sMeet mae music, Lawtey .
/ this service, and In addition 7 P. M. Evening Wed- The Sunday School meets at -
7:30 P. M. Prayer Service Baptist Church
special) music and appropriate 7:30: P. M. Rev. O. V.Lee 9:43 a. m. to study the lel"on'l
Yuletide pagants have been pre- nesday J. E. Wall Jr., The Birth of Christ". I Sunday, Dec. 22
Pastor. Schw.f
10 A. M.
pared. dame and department for alii Sunday
Sunday school services will be 3. S. Supt. aged. Service. 11 A. M., 8 I'. M. 11:00 A. M.

held at the usual time, 10 o'clock, Training" Unions meet at 6:45p. : Wednesday 8 p. m. "Coming of the Redeemer" I IG
Sunday morning and the midweek m with an opening programand Mid-Week Prayer Service
Prayer Meeting will be conducted The public Is Invited to all ser- a discussion of the topic I :
Christmas night at 7:30 o'clock. vices.WANTED. "Christ Pre-Eminent In Chrlnt- :00( I'. M.

: _._._ II I- -I mas". I A Cordial Welcome Candlelight Vespers
-- --
-: 9-- -- An evangelistic service will be
Extended to All
.,.. held at the 7:30: hour, with the+j
.... .....- "" 250 People! menus KB being brought by the!i
The public U Invited to
FULL-STRENGTH I Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast starts pastor

working right away! All the strength of the yeast brings FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE all of the('service hrUtmiM of Tree this church. FIRST METHODIST Cr JRCHA

out all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer time of TO PARTICIPATE; IN Tonight (Friday) the Sunday Friendly Church In A Friendly CommunityThe

sweet taste-light texture-fragrant freshness every PAGEANTS FELLOWSHIP REFRESHMENTS School Invites all to a program
and Chrlatma tree exercises at Rev. W. J, Churchwvll. Pastor

Fleischmann's full-strength, fresh active I Christmas Eve there will -

Yeast with the familiar yellow label. Dependable /J I be a hay ride round Starke, and i
I "Behold Thy King"Sunday
-America's favorite yeast FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke those who participate will sing Christmas Cantata

for over 70 years. I Christmas Carol All young In peo-this j Night Dec. 22 7:30 I'. M.
Observance Ordinances Of II ple are Invited to Join
ar I evening's fellowship and _"hip. Presented by the Methodist Choir of 20 "olre8DECEMBER
h.pfF'pce BAPTISM and LORD'S SUPPER Refreshment* will be served at I

the Church.
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debt will be barred by statute. of NW -
eratlon throughout the year. Ai Clerk of laid Court. FLORIDA. I Miriam Fraaee Pelcher. Adm'x. more COntlLlnltl1l'
throughout the home in makingthis Kamuel W. Uetien, Gainesville, iris F. J1. Dayle. Chairman.) 12-20 It 1-10 the or "PI,
a gala occasion. The beautifully Mrs. W. L.. Blair, newly elected A ty. for rif._ ;jz-zo t 1-10 Herndon P. Coloney,11-20 IHAI"2t lIhrh.1227NO..O Nu; % South of W"n., \"
tree brief way Knglnecr. NO'I'IC K land
ornamented Christmas president, in a message UfOItDeott'rY. 88 Yard till
iv rinrrrr coi IIT. D/SA I is
27fi .
forward to her NotiC' .1. herebVN !rIver that the Yards 'I: an
was placed In the sun room. told of looking FLOMIUtl m CIIAN-: H .undersigned Uuardian of Mae Lee talnln* R "I
After enjoying. many la'vn year as president of the society Pauline c.n, Mailman Helirm. Plaintiff. Notice 1 is hereby given to All Lewis, Morris Rdward Lewis and In Section ,', "' "

DanceAt games, Martha and her young Mrs. Titus Olson, treasurer, vi. Bmythe B.. HelniH, Defendant. debtors of and Annie claimant A. against.. daceaaed. tnKittate Janes the 15th Leon day Lewis of January, minors, 1947., will sell on hlP Tw"ntY-O"t.six ,',
Into the her quarterly report.It Can No. 4527.ORDER Imsa duly Hale, all the Interest of t"lnlnK' ,
friends were invited gave OF PtjnLir-ATTON1 to file your c swornto at private in '?,
USO Will Be dining room to cut the birthday was voted by the entire ANn NOTICE) TO APPEAR with the County Judge of Mracl- the above named minors In and to (20) acre i ''I xa
described real estate, .
within ElghtI the aid sale ,
Florida bas
STATE OF FLORIDA to:; Smyth ford County 01 I "
Festive Affair cake. The two-tiered cake was society to present Mrs. Middle- E. helms, whoRe residence and ad- ( ) months from the first publica- to-wit: ,
Iced in white and decorated with ton with a life membership in dreHg are unknown.You tion of till notice, or the claim or The North JOB yards of the NEj4 12-20 4t 1.115GR11iI
A USO auditorium and miniature poinsettias. Mrs. was are required to appear onMonday
gaily-decorated holly the organization Long January 2lth, 11147, J In the
will be the scene Thursday Ten burning red candles toppedthe asked to write her a note telling above Plaintiff: and cause
cake. Refreshments of cake her of this action and expressing, wherein seeks divorce andcustody
28 of theCity's Bradford
evening, December of child. County
annual Christmas dance, and ice cream were served by the society's thanks for her lead- Telegraph shall publlnh thin OrderIn
Mrs. Landrum, assisted by Id ell ership. next four weekly issues.Witness .
Jointly-sponsored( this year by the my hand and official
American Legion and the JuniorWoman's .Landrum, Minnie Lou Hazen and Mrs L. A. Davis Invited both deal at Htarke, Florida, thin 17th
Marian McRae, Favors for the of nnvember 1946. e
circles to meet with her the first
Club (OFFICIAL B13AI.) A. J. Thomas
afternoon were horns and Christmas In January. As Clerk of mild Court.
Harrison and his Orchestra,
Joe candlea. Forty young peo- Hy T.uolll.i. c. Conner D. C. R+
of Gainesville's Club, will pro- Juhn J, Henderson Km|, ..
vide music for the celebrants, ple were present. Singing ConventionThe Ht. AtiKUMtlne. for' I-Mf,, FloridaAtty. 12-20 4t 1-10

which ians home will for include the holidays many ,colleg-mem- Walter Jennings Bradford Singing Convention m rmcrrr. roi_;IIT. iuiA .Foni>
'' i* C11.4s-
rorvrv. FLOE IDAi )
C1) a" J'Jj.
bers and friends of the sponsor- Celebrates BirthdayWalter will meet this Sunday, 2 (,-'':IIY.Marvin' GloriaHtark \

ing organizations, and all others I p. m.,. at the Church of God !! Defendant.Stark Plaintiff Case No.vs. 5295ORDEH .
desiring to Join In rhythmic ob- Jennings, 7 year old Everyone la invited to enjoy a OF PUBLICATION
which will feature an AND NOTK'ra TO APPEAR
servance of the Heason son of Dr. and Mrs L. H. Jennings program STATE OF ."[. IUJJA to: Olorl
Tickets, at $1.10 per person, appearance of the Deep South Stark, n and .d-
honored his birthday : ; FDe
was on Quartet, of Gainesville. dress No. 2, Princeton
placeJ on sale this week-,
anniversary; Monday from 4 until New Jersey. GS
end at the drug stores and other You.are required to appear on
5:30: o'clock with a party given by; ANNOUNCEMENT: January 10, 1947 In the above
local concerns. his mother in their residence at We wish to announce that the named *Court and cause wherein
for the event seeks divorce Ilrndfor
Arrangements are plaintiff
in charge of a committee IncludIng Jefferson and Bay streets. young boy recently arrested on a County.Telesrraph shall publish thl
The Christmas motif was strew of delinquency is Order in next four weekly Issues.
Miss Loulso Snyder, chairman, charge Juvenile Witness my hand and offlcla Please cordial wish for
Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. Vernon sed by a lovely Christmas tree In not the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D 'seal at Htnrke Florida, this Lcember >". accept our abundant
the living room. Attached to the< Scott. 19 laifl.OFFUHALi and contentment to each of Anti
Silcox,. Miss'Francis Peelj, S. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, you.
tree gaily colored, inflated -
G. Denmark and L. M. Drake. many (Signed) As Clerk of said Court.
"Thanks all the
balloons which 'were late J. D. Scott J. H. Harrison, Law KxrhanKeUulldlnw. may we say, to good friends of
The formal dance, at the for- .
mer USO, will begin at P:30: 1. m. given the young guests cake'was as fa- Off Highway 260, Atty. for. IMf..lackHonvllle.O"lorl,11L 12.20 it 1-1 this organization for enabling us to continue to
vors. A lovely birthday East Starke.
and continue until l"a. m. "
festooned with holly, poinsettia,, NOTICE] Tn ro>rn \fTonOFKICH '' be of service to you.
seven burning candles and the let- The TELEGRAPH hIM just. received <)f Taw MT TK: 1IO1I
: Ufr'.PtltTWKMT:
Levy Canova, Jr. tering "Happy Birthday." new pre-war quality REAL Tallahassee: Florida

Observes BirthdayLevy The children enjoyed the many rubber bands) Plenty of i iiitretch CON.STKUCTION. eeember PROUHAM 13, 1940 The STAR:;? STORE:

and were and snap and ha
amusing games prizes The date for receiving bide
Canova, Jr., eleven year awarded to the following: Tom strength.; Four sizes at 49o perquarte..pound been Postponed from December. 19,. Starke Fla.
1946 until 10-30: A.1ES.T. ) Jan
old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Can- my Haines, .Carol Jennings, Rob- box. A real bargain., uary it, 11147, for the following
ova, celebrated his birthday anni- ert Land, and Lou and Buzzy work:
versary Tuesday afternoon at the Green. Mate Project, Jabs %i,". 8SOI.11O,
rio.t-IO.I: : mill 7111111x1Rnsd :
home of his by inviting IV: CIRCUIT COURT IIIIAItVOIID Clay and
parents Refreshments of cake and ice No. 2UO; lirailford
COUNTY FI>Oltll>A| IM C31.tNCEItY. -
nine of his friends to be with him uval Counties; between Starke
cream were served and Mrs. Jenn- .. and Fluid win. Work to consist of
Harold John Weber, Plaintiff. v
for afternoon of informal exist-
an and ror-onxtructlng
ings was assisted in caring for Hrlilenln/
Theresa M. Weber, Defendant. Case Ins drainage atructureH. A certl-
gamed. the guests by Mrs. Ruth Morse No. 52S3. led check In the amount of ISon ,- Y. b
Refreshments of Ice cream and There were 17 young people pres- ANI ORDER NOTIOR OF PUHLICATION TO APPEAR .no will be reiiulred DKl'AUTMENT: OF i4
cake were'served the young people ent to help Walter celebrate his STATE OF FI.onilA to: ThirenaM.
later in the afternoon by Mrs. anniversary. Welier, whose renldenro and address -, I 1- i' lll
In: 22C6 Havlland Avenue d izr

Canova. WSCS Met Hronx You 61 are, New required York to appear on Now fR Ewti'i'o; rt/
MondayAt Tanuary 20, 1947, In the above on DisplayAT
YPSL Plans PartyThe named court and cause, wherein
# Methodist ChurchThe plaintiff E seeks divorce. Bradford We Can Still Take Care of Your Christmas Needs
County Telegraph! shall publish this DARHY BROS.
Young People's League of Order In next four weekly liauea.
business meeting the
St. Mark's Kplscopal Church will Witness my hand and official f
WSCS of the Methodist Churchwas teal at Htarko, Florida, this De- ,
sponsor a Christmas formal at held Monday afternoon In the ,'emhoB .M, 1946.rOFFiriAfj MartinFishtail Our Stock of CANDIES Is Still Plentiful
the Service' Center Tuesday even- ( HISAM A. J. Thornanm '
ing, Dec. 24, from 8:30: until church building with Mrs. A. \ Clerk of said Court. ,. .
6 ,
Wood presiding In the absence of V. Frank T.II ndrum, Htarke, Fla. ..
11:30. Mrs? Mattle Oahagan is A It,. for 1'lf, 12-20 4t 1-10 ?
the president and vice president.Miss
chairman of arrangements. Olive Ray had charge of utr riitciiiToi'i T. nn,FOnD Peggy Sage : PlentyManicure
COI 'I'v. Fl.01llll.tl CHAMCKHV. -
the and selected as her .
program t
Martha Landrum subject, "Peace". Mrs. L. A. arrlv Hell Tlnnley. Plaintiff, viOlonio Propelleri I ] 4 ofGames
Honoree Davis assisted Miss Ray in presenting 8.!! TlnHley. Defendant, Case 1rf 4t -
at Party !(o. 62HD.!
the program. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Sets v GlfTSj{ Toy

Martha Landrunv 10-year-old Mrs. W. J. Churchwell had STATE' AND)NOT1CI3 OF fljOKIDA TO APPEAR to: Klonzi i>y- .. ,

daughter of Mr., and Mrs. T. I charge of the devotional for the S.! Tlnnley, whose reeldence and ad- f '" ':V... and
Frank Landrum, was the honored I afternoon and gave an interesting drone, I*: UI.I
guest Friday: afternoon .of last i talk on "rice growing" in China. an You nary are 20.required 1B47, In to the appear above on I u Lentheric- '.

week from 4,''until .6 o'clock when Mrs F. H. ''Long, secretary, plaintiff named: court tieeKa ajid' divorce.cause?Bradford wherein: I t4'' r"-1. ro f YardleyShaving t. 14, Lqcien Lelong .*. '.,1 ..- / "Christmas. ....
her mother entertained at their] reads a letterfroai. Mrs. W. E. County Telegraph Khali publish this \ t
home at, ;churcK\ and Eighth :Mldd eton, outgoing president, expressing Order In next four weekly InmienWltne r Bowls Hudnut Cards
Street in ''celebration of her!' j i her pleasure In 'working my hand Florida and, 'nffirlalBeal e N a Roger & Gallet
at Htarke this DerOFB'ICIA4 #L
.birthday anniversary. /Ii with the society and thanking the ember: 14 194i. Yardley .

Yuletide. decorations- were used 11 members for their splendid coop- ,( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, r WILL MAKE SPLENDID GIFTS

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Pecans Wanted. W.C. T. U. F Koch Drug Store

,. < If all those who profess
to take the Bethlehem Babe as
their King, would stop importIng -

AND A, HAPPY NEW YEAR the liquor traffic by their :A lone fisherman can cast
vote, Christmas could bo celebrated -
'and retrieve while keeping
peacefully Joyfully,
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without drink's dreadful toiL .: boat in motion! One hand

CHRISTMAS" (Copied from National Voice) operation, non-tiring, quiet.
Fits on boat like outboard i

.. motor. Goes right through The
Final Week !
grass, "weeds and shallow Coming .Up

Thanking: You. One And All rf GET THE water. Easier than oars,

'Mr. & Mrs. Dillard E. Keene '' RELIEF SPEED FORACDINDIGESTION SIIR and/faster I1ett'lC 4 To Make Your Purchase and 'Get

321 Temple Avenue A Free Chance on The

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1 Big Fat Turkey


And our th ktIsh : 0 I (He has eaten 50 Pounds of Mash in Last Weeks) -

Come In Make
Your Purchase
EXPERTSERVICE your good*i it I n

And Guess His Weight

AD Small .e pleasant frie I.
Types --- Large or

J The Turkey Will Be Weighed At 6:30: P. M.


a Saturday, Dec. 21

I Saws Drill l Presses '

Lathes'Voodworking r The First One.Who Has Guessed His Weight the

Chas. C. 1 Nearest Takes Him Home

ShepherdAt DARBY BROS.Starke
i i \ Machinery I

1. Gay's Service Station
Fla. We Have Just Received A New Shipment of Those

Let Us Know What You Have : .

Hard-to-Get WATCHES Ladlesr& Gents


Florida Plastics Fresh M E 4 T'S Cured I

j SEECDCH I Harley F. Strong


r The Finest Jewelry Store in Starke

r SINCE 1941


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=- FLORIDA. KKHIAY WKt'EMBEB: 30. 19..0' -
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Stay Sugar Short Unless Yes V irginia -- There Is A Santa Claus Sneeze, Cough Season

Foreign Quota Cut Calls For Extra Care

Whether sugar supplies will be The Telegraph takes pleasure might as well not believe In fairies With the auaaun fur colds uponus
short in 1947 for Starke housewives In reprinting the following edt You might an veil hire men prudent people should remember
torial which was first published to watch in all the chimneys onChrl..tm8S
and manufacturers of
soft / that the "common cold" ia
In the New
York Sun on Septem Eve to catch Santa
drinks and bakery other products, ber 21, 1897. Since/ that time it Clans, but even It they did not actually a serious disease that is
cream sugar-con
Ice has been see Santa Claus responsible for adults
products will depend reprinted innumerable coming down, more losing
whether Congress Inolats that I times each holiday season in pub what would that prove? Nobodysees work days and more children
lications throughout the country, Santa Claus but that In no time from school than any other
sugar shipped to European countries and has become one of the best- sign there Is no Santa Claus The single cause, warns the National
from U. S. sources of supply I loved Christmas classics most real things In the world are Conservation Bureau, accldentprovt'lItion
be limited to genuine relief needs.,j those which neither children nor division of the Aseoci.ation
Such Is the word brought back The editor of the Sun men can see DM of
wrote: rrr Mr you ever see!\ Casualty and Surety Executives.
from :Miami by Joseph Rabeck of Wo take pleasure In answering fairies dancing on tho lawn Of .
the Rabeck Beverage Co., who attended at once and thus course not but Hint's no proof The danger of colds may bo
the annual meeting of the prominently the communication that they're not there. Nobodycan greatly reduced by adequately
American Bottlers of Carbonated below, expressing at the conceive or Imagine all the ventilating rooms In wintertime. I
Beverages, national trade association Name time our great gratification wonders there are unseen and un-' According to the most competent
of the soft drink Industry. that Its faithful tot 4sf seeable In the world. medical authorities, room ternp..rntur11I -

"Speakers at the Miami meeting author Is numbered among _I i You toar apart the baby's rnt- should not bot excessive
itressed the fact that sugar willbe the friends of The Sun $ tie and see what makes the Avoid drafts and contact with
short again in 1947 unless K tJf noise Inside, but there ill ave-II persons already infected. If you
Government officials are directedto Dear Editor: covering the unseen world, which have a cold, don't sneeie and
stop shipping sugar from our I am eight years old. Some of not the strongest man, nor even cough without covering your none
sources of supply to Europe for my little friends say there Is no tho united strength of all the, and mouth thoroughly with a
other than actual nutritionalneeds Santa Claus. Papa says if you strongest men that ever lived,' handkerchief. This will protect
see it In The Sun It's so. Please q could tear others.
in war-torn areas, said apart. Only faith, fan
Mr. Rabeck "We were told that tell me the truth, is there a cy, poetry, love, romance, call Plenty of sleep Is one of the
Santa Claus? push aside Unit curtain and view best defenses against colds; at
and picture the supernal beauty least eight hours for adults and
Virginia, your little friends are 1 and glory beyond. Is It all real? 10 hours for children. If you
wrong. They have been affectedby a.+ jO' AI Ah Virginia, In all this world catch one anyhow, fight It by
A HAPPY the skepticism of a skepticalage. ", .. there !In nothing else real and resting Indoors, keeping warm,
They do not believe except I abiding. and drinking plenty of liquids
they see. They think that nothIng Intellect, as compared with the love and generosity and devotion no poetry, no romance to make No Santa Clans! Thank God I If the condition Is. severe, see
u can be which is not compre- boundless world about him, as exist, and you know that they tolerable this existence! We he lives, and he lives forever, A your physicianat once.
hensible by their little minds. All measured by the Intelligence capable abound and give to your life Its should have no enjoyment, exceptin thousand years from now, Virginia : geants) 0.60 per day.
minds. Virginia, whether they be of grasping the whole of highest beauty and joy Alas I sense and sight. The eternal -nny, ten times ten thousand Grade II technical sergeant)
IXDM men's or children's, are little. In truth and knowledge. how dreary would be the world light with which childhood fill, years from now, he will continue I' 460.
this great universe of) ours man Yes, Virginia, there Is a Santa If there were no Santa Claus!! It! the world would be extinguished. : to make glad the heart of I Grade III (staff sergeant) 3.83.
is a mere insect, an ant, in his Claus. He exists as certainly as would be as childlike faith then Not believe_In. Santa Claust You .childhood. I Grade IV (sergeant) 333.
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May the feeling of good some Increase In sugar allotmentsto -- _. -- -- .- National Guard Unit Grade VI (Pfc) 267.
Individuals and commercialusers Grade VII (pvt) 2.00.
will at Christmas bring Is possible during 1947, but UJIle !Snug> nf: thjrhitiiuui Has Final Drill

you abundant joy and only if Washington bureaus con- Before ChristmasFinal
trolling sugar distribution are restrained -
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contentment, enough to, frctn -cutting into our National Guard, drills CONSTIPATIONRisky

last a whole year. normal supplies unnecessarily. 7 long journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem a new prior to the Christmas holidays In
"Apparently the only method of ...:.J were heM thin Monday and 1 Wed-

accomplishing this is for our *.*,f/lG, Star in the sky heavenly music above the hills of nesday. Regular training will be DAD COLDSRetained
elected representatives in Washington resumed Wednesday, January 8th, undigested+ food becomes
to direct them to limit by the company, designated. as putrefactive, causes toxInS,, which
Judea the flutter of angel wings the swift journeying'of Headquarters Co 2nd Battalion overload the liver and other vital organs
European shipments to proven relief ? ot the body, lessening your re-
needs. If our community of the 124th Infantry i I stance( to colda and other winter ills)
the Shepherds Mary and Joseph and the new-born Child treatment.
E. A. STROUT wants more sugar next year, now Richard G. Kldd. major In the and Interfering. with their
Why take this chance when you eon
la the time to tell legislators reserve and recently commissioned take CaJutaba? Oalotaba thoroughly/!
of the Wise their of frankincense
about It. Recommendations for the coming Men, with.. gifts gold, as captain to command the unit, :yet pleasantly act on every foot of
Realty,AgencyF. overseas",, allocations will be madein announced this week that there :your intestineS sweeping out toId_
Washington in a few days, so and myrrh are 25 vacancies! for promotion of laden laden' mucus putrefactive, enabling foods you and to vlrua-more)
C< IloUing worth prompt action Is necessary." enlisted men. effectively avoid oreghtacold.Nothing
acts like good old CaloUbs. Use as
From these inspiring things the Song of Christmas was The present drill pay scale : directed. 100 and 33o at all druRKtata.
We have all mimeographing Captain Kldd stated, Is as follows -
supplies: paper, stencils, style CALOTABS
correction fluid, Ink. The TELE- fashioned more than twenty centuries ago. The years have Grade I (master and first ser- Take

I I added new notes of happiness. Carols and song upon the air .

candles gleaming into the night secret whisperings and / N aaA. 1"fi ,

laughter in the home greetings going from friend to friend

deeds of love and mercy done in the name of a Child. ,.

No great symphony or composition can match the Song of

Christmas. It rises above the clatter and roar of the city; it

ir-- throbs through the scattered town and hamlet; it sings throughthe + 3l errs% f i i C'hfisfft si u,

sunlit islands of the South; it permeates the frozen wastes s
Q $ Today and every day, we greet

of the Northland. In ever-widening volume its strains echo you with all the sincerity that I. In

our hearts,end with a deep feeling

around the world. of appreciation for your thought-

YITUETIBEAnd fulnei during the year now

Before its magic the hosts of darkness take flight. It touches dosing.ANDREWS .

a Prosperous New Year the slumbering chords of memory; it heals old hurts and scars; '\ /

"." CO. it binds loved ones in a closer and deeper tie. There are no MOTOR CO.
friendless or forsaken within its sound; under its influence the ,

I strong reach out to help the weak. Peace and Love and Joy,

these are its loudest notes, and they are for all men. For the

Song of Christmas is the greatest of all songs because it is un-

: O OUR many many derstood by every- heart.FOR .

friends we extend z-

greetings of the Yuletide season CHRISTMAS we get behind the wheel, urges tags (passenger cars from 2.10O
and our sincere appreciation for A WHITE killedin Asher Frank, Director, Florida to 350O pound! ) at 115: and 011'
Over 100 persons war truck licenses at 60c per ,
their. and goodwill.And Safety
encouragement November, more than three per weight. hunjnl-I'
because grateful for 2.000 were Injured let your Holiday exuberance C1RISTIflto
we are day, and nearly of commonsense Tags for other ..
your friendships we resolve to strive In more than 10.000 accidents in rob you your hides are:
month, worse and be careful of mixing
for even greater service in the yearsto Florida alone last gasoline with alcohol. If youmust "A"-(motorcycles, motor scoot.
than war.December. your ere), I:5. I I'J
come. celebrate, do It at home and
has Just opened up "I'laln"-'mndel A and other
with a rush of Traffic fatalitiesand don't use your car. light passenger vehicles), "). All Our
ed'Jdi41ts4 accidents which If continued "W"-((3300! to 4500 pounds' ),
will be the worst month Florida Auto Tag Sales Lag $20.
has ever had and the greatest "WW"-(over 4500 pound,, ie.1'
for auto licenses -
the With the
slaughter of the people on $25.
month away,
Thin unnecessary leu than a _
ia 411 highways waste and of human life It appalling purchases are lagging behind the to TOP LITKRAKV FORM

Every driver should resolve usual quantity, according Some of the finest literary par /;;D snccntc GOOD WISHES
common County Collector C. A. Knight.It rngen In the Ulble are to be found
right now to use other driver will be Illegal to operate motor In the 40th chapter of Isaiah. fCll THE HEW YEA
... sense, to treat every vehicles over public road wIthout
and pedestraln as a accordingly.Let's member a 1941licenM tag afUr Jan The TELT.GKAPII hM Jo..t reeelve.i -
JR. his famUy and drive new .r quality REAL: GUIDON GRILL
IS. pre-w
N. D. NOON) white Chrtot-
( make this a The '47 number, green with rubber h.nde. Plenty of
miss bring cheer to all and avoid e-t-r-e-t-c-h awl snap and CJeo. Kope'uuMOltl '
from $3
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE and be white l lettering, starts I
"Old Man Accident" heaviest local tmtgUi." Four .1 le at 49e per
model Ts.
for I
Starke, Florida ]I human not a potential* God Intended murderer us when to demand It b reported. Is for "D" ,quarter-pound b"..A real buraJa.

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iv cinctrrr COURT JlR"nFORD
Christmas Trees Need
cov''\'r*, ri.OHIUVI IN CHAN -

Plenty of Moisture Mabel CliltY.JB.! Johnson Plaintiff, vs.
Alvls C. Johnson, Defendant Case
No. 5278.
Although the trimmed Christ ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND .
mas tree is an object of wonderment NOTICE TO APPEAR
to children on Cbrlstmaemorning. STATE OF FLOKIDA. to Alvl
It la looked upon by C. Johnson, whose residentla I : St.
Elisabeth Hospital, Section C1rvlce
many mothers much differently H- Washington 13. C. P*!
'kJuhuu when they begin to sweep up the You are required to appear on
; needles.Conditioning January 13 1847. In the above
shedding named court and cause, wherein .
1 of the family !alntllr ...k. divorce. Bradford
IovaWe Christmas tree has not been a research County Telegraph shall publish Ifmues this,
Order In next four weekly
,foP project at the U. S. Forest Witness my hand. and official
Products Laboratory Madison seal at Starkc. Florida this De-
cemtier 11 1946. '
Wis., but staff wood technologists (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A..r. Thomas,, S2&:
there point out that giving the As Clerk of salt Court.Zarh ,
H. Douglas
tree all the water It can absorbIs Ally, for Plf. 12-1J U 1-3 Jp"ititt$8
0ti a logical procedure to preventthe $'
needles from dropping. As IV rmrt'iT cni'itT, nnIIFOIID

J"-IA Christmas trees when cut will COUNTY.(....1..Y. FLORIDA', :. C1/.tN. [*&;'?"

eventually lose their moisture and Edward J. Ferri., Plaintiff, vs.
heartily Defendant. Can No,
fragrance, the time between cut- Julia Ferrle
wish that the ting and using should be as ahort ., 5263 ORDER OF PUBLICATION erffuhIftf
comfortingthoughts AND NOTICE TO APPEAR !
as possible. Trees that have losta STATE OF FLORIDA to: Julia. ]
of great amount of their moisturewill Ferrle, whose residence and address ,ir, : ,, kNJ
Christmas will rapidly lose their needles tenvtlle Is,:Staten 131 Bentley Inland Street New, York Tot, ; .V..
remain with 1
when taken Into the heated dry You are required to appear on r.
you for many rooms of the ordinary house. January 13, 1847 In the abovenamed =
and cause, wherein
;years to come. Moisture loss can be retarded by plaintiff' court seeks divorce. Bradford p :.i
spraying the entire tree with a County Telegraph shall publish thleOrd.r
moisture-resistant coating or by In next my four hand weekly and official IssuesWitness To our good friends, those whom we have had
placing the base of the tree in seal at Starke. Florida, this December t

The SMART SHOPYULETIDE. water or wet sand and by keepingthe (OFFICIAL 6, 1946.SEAL) A. J. Thomas ) !; the privilege of serving In the past, and those whom '
tree In a cool, damp storage A. Clerk of said Court.
place until ready to be used. Jacksonville 11. H. Duncan Florida., 517 Lynch Building., + ,: we'd like to serve in the future, we send this little 't+ i(

Trees cut too far In advance of Atty. for Plf. 12-1J 4t liv :g. ':
the Christmas holiday will lose I ; package of Christmas cheer. It is heavily laden

their needles than those CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
sooner roi'NTY. FLOIUUAt IS tHAN- ', ( because it carries
more freshly cut. Since a freshlycut ti our most hearty appreciation of

surface of green wood will CFyRY. .. Davis Cribb, Plaintiff, I
OF PUBLICATIONAND your friendships, patronage and
absorb water more readily than ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR cooperation that

one that has dried out for a timeit STATE OF FLORIDA to: T-5 have shown this
residenceand you institution in the It also
ft is well to cut oft a few Inches Herbert address L. Cribb Is: 34931815, whose OMdUS let past.

of water.the The base ordinary before putting home Christ It In 'Car.York.743. %Co.Pont Mtr.master Trans New Bn.York A. ,P.New O. ? ..brings you our earnest hopes for a full! enjoyment

mas tree will evaporate approxi- You are required to appear on of the Holiday.season. .
mately one pint of moisture dally. January 8, 1847, In the above
named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
SUET PUDDING IS "TOPS" Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this ;y -:; Accept our wishes for a very !Merry Christmas
DINNER Witness my hand and official '
seal at Starke, Florida, thin De- and a joyous New Year.
There is something festive and vs. Herbert L. Cribb, Defendant.Case .
Irresistibly delicious about a fra- No. 6252 : .
camber 1, 1846. Y. t.rjt
grant, spicy steamed pudding (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs m't

something that makes it the perfect Frank Clerk of Landrum said Court.T. Starke. Fla.. / ,'
dessert to serve for Christmas Atty. for Pit 12-6 41 12-27 /tt':
dinner. The first choice may ,. ':t.'''' ?
be the traditional OIo English iv CIRCUIT (OURT. nii.\i>Foiin t>,> :!
(4opv'rv' FI.OHIUAI iv CJIAM- v'4.:
\ Plum Pudding, laden with fruit CKHV.Foster i1p.t'::.... ...
10 .All 0 and rich with suet. V. Mosher, Plaintiff, vs. '. <,. <.p '1!
,, > ;
% ::;
: A Christine P. Alosher, Defendant :.
'.. w'<;
: Some families however, prefer Case No. 8278.ORDEH ,;.':f?:'>:.',;:;l.Ii J

jooJ :J-mJ J) a dessert that's a little less rich NOTICE OF ]PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR A t t. 1
and sweet than a plum pudding. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Christine ,. t ."f', i'l
For them, there are many other P. MoBher. whose residenceand "; : !( < >fl
address Is. : 4 Lauf Street, Worcester -
0JP varieties of steamed puddings, Massachusetts.You .
O some of which are more econom- are required to appear on
0G ical and easier to make, but all January 13, 1847. In the above
named court and cause whereinplaintiff
of them delicious'when served seeks divorce. Bradford

steaming hot, with hard sauce or County Telegraph shall publish this H. C. WALL AGENCYHarold
G I ,hot pudding sauce. Order Witness In next my four hand. weekly and official issues.

The pudding given below, made seal at Starke, "Florida this D.OF'FICIAl. .-
cember 11 1846. C. Wall
with' suet and chopped dates or ( NEAL) A. J. Thomas, Jos. E. Wilson
figs, deserves to be a favorite As Clerk of said Court.
Martin J Pearl 801 Oraham Build"jr. ,
standby. Buttermilk gives It a Jacksonville, Florida.
I r tender,' smooth texture; spices Atty. for Plf. 1Z.13 4, 1.3 .
and grated lemon rind Insure an

abundance of flavor.In .
making a steamed pudding,
remember to oil thoroughly the

pan I or lid, or the paper covering ,
i the top. Also the pan should J aluhGREETINGS
never be filled more than ,two-
+ti thirds full, to allow the pudding

to expand during cooking. Thereare .

two ways of cooking the pud-

ding: the pan may be placed In
the top of a steamer, over boiling
l c 4 water; or It may be placed on a I

rack, directly in the boiling wa-
ter. In the latter case, more than
half of the pudding pan shouldbe
Immersed In the water during
the entire cooking time.

This particular pudding Is a

., ,, thrifty one and Is steamed for <<
a( only 2 hours, so it need not be ,

v reserved for holidays only! A <<
steamed pudding la a popular des-
sert on any cold winter day.
,Suet Putldlnlf As we approach once more : .

: ouJiarib.o6 2 1-2 cups sifted flour Pr the season of good cheer, we x
2 teaspoons baking powder are warmed by the thought that ajJr

1-2 teaspoon soda ,next year will be a happier,

< 1 1 teaspoon teaspoon salt cinnamon- more joyous year of them all. J M.U .
Jlo1Uen 'j$4)\
1-2 teaspoon nutmeg g .
1 1.2 cups chop dates or figs We are grateful for your 4 J /,

lYa 1 cup suet P thoughtfulness and friendships i 'e

1.2 cup sugar and trust we may have the
eggsGrated rte. r
rind of 1.: lemon pleasure of continuing to serve ?- a
ya 1 cup buttermilkSift o you in the future. ."

't flour with baking powder, r

soda salt, and spices. Add We pledge our best.i A
chopped dates or figs. Break It'

suet Into small pieces. Cream

well gradually adding sugar. Add ,i '
eggs and lemon rind and beat
well. Add dry Ingredients and
buttermilk alternately. Fill well- 'hI

oiled mold or pudding pan two-I / 1 :

thirds full. Tie a double thickness g ,

of waxed paper over top of pan \\I a + hr
and steam 2 hours over hot wa- ti A 1 e + /
ter. Serve with hot lemon aaifce.

Makes eight .
May the shining star of Christmas shine forever in the ,
Just reetOlveci fl I
hearts of mankind. and may "Peace on Earth, Good Willto new pre-war quality REAL J
rubber bands. Plenty o f ,
Men" remain with us forever. e-t-r- -t-e-h and snap and

strength Four' siren at ago per' ,
quarter-pound box. A real bargain.

1:v ctRcriT. COURT nninFonn ,
cm TV. FLOHIIIII i* cut:*.
Jlf0! Ethel(".11&Y.U. .
( Charles Stevens,nDefendanl.tr'Cui


Itevens.. whose residence and adJress .
Is: 803 Wrst Main

Wtllsbur You are, West required Virginia.to appear on f J..P. ROBERTS '
4 January IS 147, In the above MOTORS .
named court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
bounty: Telegraph shall publish this p' Dodge-Plymouth
Three Friends Barber Order In next four weekly Issues. Sales & Service
Shop witness my hand and .ftl..I.' B
real at Stark, Florida. this De. Firestone
.mh..r 10, 194*. r Products
'OFFICIAL' ANAL) A. J. Thomas,
A. Clerk of said Court. 1 6 600 Temple Ave.
I. O nrown. Starke, Florida.
: I -- Starke Fla.I .
j Atq. for Plf. 11-11 4t 10aa, ,


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DECEMBER 20, 1940
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County Agent; Warns I Children's Home

Of Fire Hazards Sends Out Annual

Y During HolidaysJoy Christmas AppealFive
ge Receive
Hope c:::
and sorrow march hand In groat big families of utterly -
hand over rural America during homeless, helpless orphanand .J..U: :,' \ .!.\ \,.
1 r Christmas holidays at fire takes needy little Florida children, -
an increasing toll of lives and l under the care of "Florida'sGreatest ::; : ;;'
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GreetingsMAY property on farms, T K. McClane, Charity", The Children's -

Jr., County Agent; warned this Home Society of Florida) are ., '
week, advising farmers in Bradford pleading In all earnestness to be t -
County to eliminate holiday remembered on Christmas morn- -2
hazards In their homeR Ing. "O"t.'cF'J

WE INCLU URS ? December fire losses are always These little pathetic youngstersare E ;;

nearly greater than any other hoping for at least one toy or "''1- ..--' ,*"
\ \ "
month of the year, Mr. McClane doll--one little sack of candy and '--- -r--. '
said Looses last December were nuts and a real Christmas din
nearly fifty million dollars. Holiday ner. And many who came under
-. fires account for a large partof the care of the Home Society in G-Rmfll
this. rags and tatters, with no shoes,
Christmas trees, holly wreaths, are praying that Santa Claus

tree trimmings electrical toys and will provide a new dress or suit, .. ,_ ..
Iti wiring are Christmas lire hazards.A new shoes and badly needed raincoats -'

\ i4 \..o" \0' fire extinguisher near the tree sweaters, ties, stockings, .
Iu1 shit won't help much If the family etc

.L" 0 SraclA oO 1Ii' "-\1"'.. -&. lighted goes to by bed a set leaving with the defective tree Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg, {\\ \\ 1. 1
\Je' ee.te 1-\ett'" State Superintendent of the Home fr 1\ ,
\ .) v,"-O.t st,1\1: G' 'e\ wiring. Many a family has awak- Society for the past 36 years Is -- \ \I\iltp.,,1 -_. =- }
'" ened in the middle of the
0\10 sett(\ lnes utr nightto pleading for gifts of money, toys, '
\ oti;\ 0\9 \I1t k\."", sh\ot 9 find the whole downstairs amass goodies, food and children's --- -------

10 io\lot WL" of roaring flames, wearables. The great state-wide, .. -- ,
we I Mr. McClane
said that
the Fire
he a non-sectarian work is
\ \ IIhi i supported -
'", .1B ys' 3.o.1 IIIP Protection Institute has Issued
'''' a entirely by voluntary gifts
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\,,- a4Qrac:;p.ee \Jet 0 tl number of holiday rules f(>r the no support being received from KOCH DRUG STORE
G s e farmstead which might be studied either state or Federal govern
:\ \t\lo\1 iChtat, by every farmer at Christmas. ment. Contributions of money

a5t : Here they are:: should be sent to R. V. Covington,
1. Flameproof the tree, wreaths Treasurer, 403 Consolidated Itldtf, I
and decorations with chemical Jacksonville Fla. Other donations -

spray. should be shipped to one of
2. Place the tree away from the Society's five receiving homes

fireplaces. Set it in a firm stand In Jacksonville, Miami Lakelandor REBTI J NG$
to prevent it from toppling: over. Pensacola.
/ t L Place stump In a pan of water to More than 1400 Florida chil-

Serl prevent drying. dren, from wee babes up to 16
( 3. Make sure electrical toys and years of age, have already received -
lighting sets are approved by the aid, care and study of
Underwriters' Laboratories. the Home Society this year; new Fy
I 4. Warn smokers in the familyto children In reed being reported res: tJ,Mh drZfr

ye.e4r be particularly careful. dally, from all parts of the state,
5. Keep the family fire extin- of every creed and belief More ""IJ.2J1jJtb ;/ ::Jm;

guisher Ailed and ready, for em- than 52.000 orphan. and homeless
ergency use children have been aided by the 1a.r.m
n 6. Clear. out gift package wrap- Society during the past 41 years 41.d
pings such as paper, tissue and Here Is a chance for every reader I (lJdIAflf a
..naM' t M ribbons as soon as gifts are open- of this paper to render a truly
A 4' ed. great Christmas service. / tJ ILl A 1:1fI'JLJ'tfJjl t

7. Never use cotton batting for 'bJadt1.
IC 4d rNate ) IN ('1 n1'I'r 101'III'. iintitvoiiiiIlltn
under-tree snow unless It hits been
( KIOItll> kl IV till*.
;c ;;:: Jt'S.7.fS Iy I ,, 1 flameproofed. <'KH': Y.
LEI I ,I ,i iii::, 8. It a member of the family is Mildred K. Cooper, I'lnlntlff, v.. I .and a&71AJ / ar' 1.zt
e aEnIMb\ Kiltcnr A CODIUT. tJi-famlunt. C,...., piiUl
x going to play Santa Claus, warn No 527'!. ,,
him against smoking in costume. OIU>ER OF1 rtlHLirATIONAM & \.
A young man in Hope, Mo., died BTATM OV 11-l.OllIPA. to: MilB' r .1 ,
horribly when the beard on his A Cooper, whom residence and ud-
dress. la: 1400 Smith Mnln, street,
false face caught fire Anderson, Bout: Carolina
9. It your children are in a You are reiiulroii to appear on
January II, 1947. In the Klmvanittnotl
Christmas pageant, make sure court and cause, wherein
GEM JEWELRY their costumes are flume-proofed plaintiff .fk. dlvorr Iimrtford WEST END
County Telegraph' uliitll publish thin
and see that they keep from .. .
away Order In nat four wnekly' *ln it i ._ ,
open flames. witness Inc hand and ettielalseal GROCERY &
at Hlurko, KlorlJil, till Ieremher
Starke Fla. 10. Get rid of the tree beforeit II. I'M), -
dries out and becomes a tire I (()OKFiriAf. HI-MI.) A. J. Thom,
A. Clerk of said ('0".1.n MARKET'I
hazard. | 1:. Knight, Htaik, Flnrlil'
Ally. fur I'lf 13.13t I.'

is the policy of at least ono '
well-known newspaper never to
abbreviate the word "Christmas". \,
If you are thinking this precedenta : ,
strange one, stop and consider
\ that in the word "Xmas" Christ
is replaced with "X"symbol of
s an unknown quantity.It / do"
is a sad commentary on
modern civilization that Christ I Is 1 other time; during the year

Just that to countless millions.
The approach to December 23th any of us derive the pleasure, satisfactionand
should serve to remind Christians
e that an appropriate way to cele- contentment we receive from the joys
brate this wonderful holiday or e

Holy Day, as It was originally of Christmas. The pleasant associations
I II IIW called, would be to dedicate one's
I life to the exemplification of the of friends and loved ones, the spirit of
Christ which Jesus so completely
dr taught and demonstrated. good feeling and love for our fellowman j :
+ i Thought Is, however, more generally -
I directed toward the gift are in evidence everywhere and from r c

t. fl flr l i iI giving and getting phase of
Christmas than toward Its religious these associations comes a stronger con-
aspect. Father calls the r

r Yuletide season that of the "Big fidence In those around us. ;
Swap". In spite of the accom- 3
panying twinkle in his eye tills
Indelicate attitude toward, my Christmas is important! It is the
favorite holiday used to dlsturbe
my sensibilities. As the years roll season of sincere good will, the spirit r .. ,
by and I see the commercialismwhich

has crept Into the well- which should go with us the three hundred .
I i I established tradition of Christmas
I r f fend
giving, I am more and more inclined -
other of the
sixty-four days
fry H to agree with Father :
"Only 23 more shopping day

until tthrlstmas" is the seasonal Let us each pledge ourselves '
slogan which confronts public r
""'." soon after Thanksgiving. It remains \
'', this goal.
1. ,
"" "" a daily reminder that
"':Ui: ,ii;:! Christmas shopping spree Is on.
;'1.1";: ;" (
"""i' : This wild orgy of spending mean 9
".y,, a bulge In the budget for most
., I Ia 'families, What should be a Joyous
"i \ Is all
and uplifting season tau
too often a strenuous, If not com-
II I II pletely exhausting occasion. In
I paraphrasing a well-known lllble
verse, one might say "Ye seeka
I day of all days returns ( Merry Christmas) and find
sin' Christmas with oil Its not, because ye seek amiss.
end happIness Is the finest occa-

, of all on which to reaffirm our faith in

'People! whom it has been our privilege'to serve

the past. May it be our good fortune to continue Relief At LastForYourCough GREETINGSJohn
each of (
enjoy the friendships and associations of you, I

friends and neighbors.

Our wishes ore yours-o Merry, Merry Christmas and a

;Ppy and Prosperous New Year Creomulston relieve promptly be-
cause it foes right toloooeeto aanndzppel
trouble to help H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Bum laden ptuegm. and aid nature
to sooth and heal raw, tender, inliamed -
bronchial\ mucous mem*
ROSENBERGNew braaes Tell your druggist to Mil you
SAM .bottle of Creomulslon with the undentancUna -
Starke Fla.
you man like the war it ,
quickly allay the cough or jou are
bav your money' back..:
& Used Furniture Money to Loan CREOMULSIONfor

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.- consider ell gain in any of the three states. states or ranked near o,,,
1 V COMMONSENSE for this is one of Florida's most an ice cream stain, r of Florida to at- "Only >
II RURAL beautiful trees and at times it these ingredients. Cool water "The ability adventurcsom ,..pie
often residents of other' quit their native lands, ,
and and, hold ,
has been in danger of extinction will remove egg, sugar tract era! rule: ,those t gen.
because of careless and whole- milk. The grease left by cream regions In numbers far in excessof er economic In sear'h ? real,

t'SE CAKE IN OATHKKING10UK sale cutting. may be sponged out with a out-mlgrationa; is not a new opportunity ,)r ?n 1'
CHRISTMAS: GREENS solvent. Therefore, the chantment or both," thl'
City folk-and rural folk as grease movement. since 1915: the etate'snet State
i first step is sponging with cool Chamber points out. ''Slnce
This Is the season when many well-should be careful about water and gentle rubbing; the annual in-mlgratlon has approximated da Is able to SUpply these F99ori

folks are thinking about Christ where they cut Christmas green- second step-after the fabric is 3 per cent. Its growthin incentives in abundance, two
for if It belongs to someone more
trees and other decorations ery,
I mas dry-Is sponging with a grease total population, through nat- than half the population
from the woods, and It..., also the else and Is cut without the permission Last of all, state Qf the
solvent and rubbing. ural increase as well as migrations today is native to
should be think- of the owner, it's steal- som8
time when they and
suds led all other other "
.s wash warm soap has either region.
ing about where and how they are ing. Some persona have cut trees
i going to obtain them. and other greens from farmers' rinse thoroughly. v r
if color still remain?, '-
lands without permission in the some 1
Every year, many promising chocolate, try
such as that from
past, not thinking they
young forest trees are cut and which is sold at
h'cij.tmMGREETINGS doing wrong. But it Is wrong and powdered pepsin .
1 and
sometimes( other young large is a digestive
drug stores. Pepsin
unlawful to cut or remove green
trees are killed or damaged by materials or anything else fromanother' enzyme which softens many food

fire resulting from carelessnessby property without permission stains so that they will wash out c
persona who go into the woods and no one should do it. easily with water. In using pep-
for( Christmas decorations. Trees sin, have the fabric damp but
It Is hoped that everyone will
should be cut from stands that free from soap and other alkali
be careful in gathering
need thinning or they should ,be greenery this season and will obtain Sprinkle the pepsin over the
trees that do not hold much be- dampened, stained cloth and let
permission of the owner
promise of developing into good fore cutting it. If everyone does it stand for half an hour. Then

timber. Timber is needed too i this our woods will not suffer as brush off and rinse the spot AND THANKS

/ badly to ruin the chances of a I much from promiscuous, wholesale thoroughly.(

TO OUR FRIENDS young tree developing Into a good cutting, and from fires as Candlewax.-Scrape off the
and useful growth.Carelessness they have in past years. wax on the surface of the cloth The approaching Holiday Season heraldsthe

with matches or In with a dull knife. Then sponge end of a busy year for this organization.But .

discarding lighted cigars! or cigarettes Hints To Housewives with a grease solvent alternatelywith we are not too busy to pause and wish
STARKE BEAUTY SHOP results in numerous forest gentle rubbing. Napkins small ,.the season's best to our many friends for a
mats are usually
fires during the three or four HOLIDAY FOOD STAINSAn '
enough to be dipped in the solvent MERRY CHRISTMAS. We look forward
weeks before Christmas, and such
Linnie F. McCultey fires damage good trees and des aftermath of holiday dinner and gently rubbed. Let the with confidence in the future.

troy thousands of young seedlings parties Is very likely to be stained solvent evaporate until the cloth

that would develop into table linen-cloths, place matsor is dry. Then wash in warm
good timber.So napkins. Such stains shouldbe soapy water and rinse thoroughly. VAN H. PRIEST CO.
removed as promptly as pos-
it Is important for
everyone sible and always before linens go
Florida Shows Net
who goes into the woods to be
Into the general wash say home 4
careful and gather only the IncreaseDuring
economist writers. Many stains Population
that be for
greenery can spared
easily removed by prompt, cor-
such purposes. Consideration the five period,
rect treatment, may be perma- year
ihould also be given to holly and I nently set,by the heat and soap 1940-1945, Florida's permanent frWraw?.
J. 4y.;. care should be taken not to completely -I of regular laundering.The population was increased by 219-
.. wipe out holly planting, the of o
000 In-mIgration
.) ,... first In with by persons
...... step dealing BULLETIN
.. #
from other states, the research I
:.--. food stains is to scrape off witha
and industrial division of ::
.. -. dull knife any food that has
.\ .,.-.. ... ...... .-....... dried on the surface of the cloth. the Florida State Chamber of
.. -: Commerce reported in its weekly .
: '. /l In using water or grease solvent, r
.. ( tCQDD gently rubbing between hands business release yesterday.
,, "" alternately with sponging is ad-i "This proportionately and comparatively

.:' vised. Rubbing helps to loosen the: large increase in Flori-
) \ food and make It easier to spong' da's population varies widely from
S' ::&
\ WIS"tS out, but the rubbing must be gentle -I the traditional Southern regional s.
T. not to roughen the fabric; trend," the researchers stated.

/ After the stain Is out, the cloth "For years, the South has con
In this Holiday message to our friends, / 1:5: FOR. AMERRY should be rinsed thoroughly with tributed substantially pf its peo- t '04y

want to add our sincere appreciation A# J.we J. cool water. ple to other regions. During the

for the good will and cooperation AY CHRISTMASAND Methods for removing some decade, 1020-1930 an annual net
common dinner-table stains are: average of 130,000 migrants left TO OUR FRIENDS
have given us. Equally as warm
you f'I Gravy.-Thickened gravy that the South. The movement fell off
and sincere are our cordial wishes for U A has dried on the cloth should be 25 per cent during the 1930's but /

a Christmas of good cheer and a New scraped off with a dull knife. rose to the unprecedented figure _

Year of Peace and Happiness. HAPPY NEW YEAR. Then sponge the spot with cold of 300,000 annually during the

or lukewarm water. If a grease war. We hope you will keep this little notice handy over the
spot remains after the fabric has
the 13 Southern States
i dried sponge with a grease solvent only"Among Florida and Virginia have holidays to remind you of our appreciation for your

J rubbing gently between the enjoyed a net advantage in popu- friendships and thoughtfulness in days past May

HILL'S COFFEE SHOP > hands. Then wash in warm suds lation migrations over the past Christmas be merry for you and those about you.

tJJ and rinse. I 10 years. The effect of war production .
(Formerly Jerry's Place) 61GI Cranberry or other 'Cooked
however. in Alabama,
Fruit. with cold The BLUE TAVERNW.
( -Try sponging Tennessee and Texas decreasedthe
water first and
gentle rubbing. rate of loss of population in
Dolling water may tie effective. those states since 1940 but was I C. Rhoden
If the stain does not come out
not great enough to show a net
entirely try a drop of lemon
Hollywood Camera Juice followed by a thorough .
rinsing In cool water.

& Gift Shop Ice Cream.-Ice cream contains

milk or cream, sugar sometimes -,.- .- '. .
egg, often coloring. To remove '

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As we herald the approach of another and :;

Christmas season tve count our blessingsin

good, friends and pleasant associations.. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS

It is appropriate ,then that we extendour

warmest greetings and add the hope kaR3PiiItrt

that the coming year will be the' best you

have ever enjoyed and that from the experiences ':NEW Y AR. *

of the past we may gain strength for .

the problems of the future.JOYNER'S ; ;w, the
-v< ,Pei tapa .;*s the spirit ol good fellowship that prevails in

hearts of everyone. Christmas is the season when each! ."*

feels closer to friends and when we are given an opportunity

MARKET I.CANNON'S to wish the best of all good things to those about us.

(Formerly Guy's Market) Merry ChrutmaslEARL'S !

Meats Groceries Produce

Grocery & Market
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\\lCoIIT moment i.n Christ as Ev, 1""' 1.1 --- u __._ _. -- h__ .
I Taylor Moore h -
is (JlRISTl\IAS A ;?r3II&Ie ol i. d :'tatty o '!mol. baskets for the wan poor making of Trinity: liP I Many Problems 1 r (("hi 1 istine Weston "Mr Adam" by i J7. 1:041\I : .ll'I, \ It...-, M.inil\ X llIt.-t IIp11.11 -

I whO wrote the moot| who was revoi: r rdaln;,', ruMoore Parish that Christmas Eve Will Pat Frank, and "Mistress! Masham's An(OPHIfMAI. SKAI.i 'J Th,""..., | "I.I IIIKInn.,, 0 a.N' '"' y"k.y '
lIIan I when Confront <'I"'k l of saW 0111 t I. ,.,
| oftiin.tl| 1 in npii?ifir oni.iMiilii
ttd, professor lit haveenough I'' >- \ In
'It*. I Greek and Orlent.il liller'uurp In turkeys She coax,'>
Moore ph D.. the ( professor Blind" has been wirer |1'1"ntiff .i t Clarke Episcopal) General Theological from his libriy andrent I given the enthusiastic 11 riunir nuurrouu15I1t1 I fn.linty. Ti-li-Kntph uliiill pnhllHli thin
cae to lave his name Seminary and the author of him to the store to get more is Florida governmental Attention endorsement of critics. 1 .:11\. I"I.OIHII'I lVMwnnt \ tll'''_ or, i'r In. ni'Xt four weekly I........ .
th! jingles that the first The beginning to focus on the biennial Works by : J .. Vttni'HM lilY hand and offtolalNI
I with Hebrew-English lexicon. streets through uh'eSi' hpassed .. popular novelists recently Ki-llv. I'lnlnlUf1. I
of Ms wishe.i tomorbhter He lived In seiwlon of the Legislature a added Mns: .\. Kelly ['pC.m .D ,tulte a colonial mansion. had real Chrlstrra eve little more than to the library'sshelves 12 N. 27.! I94R.!
"A Visit upon a slope just west or l th dresssnow and moonlight The I three months are "Over at the Crowley's" owrncn': OK rruuiovrioMANl : (OFFK-IAt. 81'1"'.) A..t. Thomas,
..... ,
away AH
clerk of
NOTU'M TO lil Court
I Al'l'MAIl
lr h krown asal Ave., between 22nd and 23rd! St., cheerlneHS of the crowd In the The by Kathleen Norris "Rom- 8T\TM' Of KI. ltll>A to.: Mr.. T. Flunk Lsndrum'atsrke. Via.
\' Befjre ChrUtmai. Manhattan. The name of the streets and everything warmed up issues are already starting ell*." byV.. R. Burnett "Lord Mn. A. ,Kelly, who"* roDlilrnva anil Ally for Pit. 11-19 41 12-28

t rubllrthed under his nanii; estate, Chelsea is still borne by the usually aloof 43-ynar-olJ I to form: constitutional revision, Hornblower," by C. S. Forester, !'" I. .. ....,._rrr.r.... ,
rt than 20 ;. case after!: he that whole district of New York. scholar As he walked in the ; the white primary, school and :, and "'Mortgage on Life," by Vicki 6'661

I i it, on fxo spur of the The professor's wife, Catharine street he suddenly had the vision health financing tax system adjustments Baum.

of Christmas as all children see cattle fencing, water Among the new mysteries are
It, and a control co-education at the colleges ''Dangerous "
poem about it formed Legacy by Coxe,
GRATITUDE FOR YOUR PATRONAGE IS in his mind. When he reached or less, and a dozen others more "Cinnamon Murder,," by Crane,
home he wrote down the lines I and "The Original Carcase" by i a
and he read them that evening There la the undercurrent of a Bagby, A number of new westernand
to his seven children. clash between Governor Caldwell adventure novels have been

sa4t as &s7ikas He had not thought of publish- and some hostile senators, em- received Including stories by Max
phasized by the governor's re- Brand an William McLeod
ing the jingles Kalne.
or Indeed I, of the
fusal to recognize Sen. .
Edwin Q.Fraser's
poem ever going beyond his. famIly -
MAY YOU ENJOY hearthslde. But it so happened election to the statecomptroller's Navy Seeks Men
A HAPPY SEASON seat. That particular -
that a relative, ESNtiR
young Sarah
Harriet Butler, visiting the fight may be settled by the For V-6 InactivesThe NPPp ,
Moores supreme court before the Legislature I I Ii
WINKLER ELECTRIC Christmas, delightedly convenes, but the bitter- Navy's V-6 Inactive Re- N
SERVICE put a in her
copy dairy, bed
fleas is sure to linger.In now Includes the %
read it to her father, the Rev. enlistment of male personnel between (
David Butler, when the meantime, the routine \
returned the .
work of ages of 17 and I 18 anda
to her home in preparing for the Legislature -
Troy, N Y. half years and between the age
which will convene
The minister sent It next year 8, has been going forward for I of 30 and 40 years whether persons

to a newspaper, where it appeared months and Is beginning to take of either age group have had

among: the miscellany, shape. Various committees and I previous military experience or
Dec. 23rd, 1823. The author's not the Navy announced today.
groups are preparing their finalprograms PARK THEATREMrs.
name was not given. Othe
Former enlisted personnel of
1 I of
newspapers printed the jingles. the USN USNR. USN.I,
One of Lillian C. Chapman M .
the r.mmakitan
big Issues
.. may comeon
They were placed
-. on Christmas USCO USMC. National Guard
; ."s. ,;.;- :' giveaways of merchants. They I the question of constitutional and Reserve! components thereof 6' 6" ... ... ._. '6" '
A k i'iit. > .'", ...., .Q quickly became known al! over: revision. There has been a growIng who have been honorably discharged ,.. .-....... .. .
M 1: 1& t1 the country to the embarrassment ; movement In recent years for under: honorable conditions

of Dr. Moore, who feared to.. rewriting the state's basic law., of course continuo to be
BEST W?SLF have it knowil I which was drafted 61 years ago
ha was the author : eligible for reenlistment In the
and has been i4
He amended more than
considered it
( df undignified fora times. V-6 Program.

> ;dS man of his scholastic standing,,i 170 In addition to removing one .

ffl.W'1: to be the author of children's from Selective Service control ..
jIs .
.t, jingles. Also at that time :, Library Well Stocked while he still enjoys the pleasures r. ,

Christmas merriment of any kind For of civilian enlistment OHM \
Winter life In
tl'fOUR HAPPINESS: was frowned upon by religiouszealots I V-S (Inactive) enables him to retain t ccCfr
I ; and the professor had In line with a policy of keeping or obtain a rVlng, makes

q.l. IN THE S I to be mindful of his position in f the City Library well-stocked with I him eligible for training and promotions -
.1 the church. I the current bc.it-sellers and gives. him increased
Ss : and popular Ill 1
,: : ,, N11,
; ii i\ gal Twenty-two years later when titles, Mrs. II. II. Young an longevity (for pay purposes), !it

\ i' 1 NEW YEAR {(":.; a he had finally acknowleged authorship nounced this week a lint of recently also was announced by Naval

j'' publicly, and "A Visitto received volumes for winter authorities.

,'" tj St. Nicholas" was brought out reading Veterans or non-veterans may
'> ;
f1i :> '.'.'') in i book form under his name for Heading the list of favored enlist In V- with any of the U H. c kd

r.: q 0An ;a p. '''P the first time, the jingles had be non-fiction are "'Peace of Mind" Naval Reserve Traveling Recruiting
.if. "<,s'gx; gwKidd's ; \ come a classic In the public domain by Joshua Llegman and "New Units Naval Reserve Armor -

c,> > < and he could l not reap royalties Science of Surgery," by FrankO. C orles, at Naval Recruiting Sta t
,,, :; wrC
jl from all the publications. dons Nl
'" ,, ,' :: Slaughter physician ,
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\ : Ironically the professor's serious whose published works have
: :t iv nun ir' (.ol..r. 1111 u1MmmI'
t-oo" works are" forgotten today. gained national attention. IX % I'll PI.OIIIIM. INVlimuii t.'I1" -

He Is mentioned in encyclopedias Novels of merit Include "Dust y CtI": '..Clifton rluritvm, Mulntlff. ZZ d7UiJ JInJ.
Service Station Spring, by Elizabeth Selfert, "... Melliti ilwtfprH, I> tf0nilunt.OIHI .
because he wrote the celebratedChristmas I '"Miracle of the Bell,," by Rue No 6919.oRnrctt rfit ,
Sinclair Products prairie IJ. Kidd I
verses. sell Janey "Dark Wood" by OF ri'iiMr-ATioN:
OK Kl.dUIDA lu: MvthaDrlKKi'rii.
wlmnu n4Nlil.*m dress l I. 91V Uiioen. ft., U..orllo-
town, H. <:
A MIRRC1eHR$9EMAS] You are required to appear onDcrfiiibcr STEFANELLI'S
REETINGSTo 3(1, llMd! In the nbovo I
nnnieil Court and relies, wbvrflnplaintiff .
(1 Ordor TvlKKrnph,In n..xt tour shall weakly nuhllulithin l I..1I I.- GROCERY & MARKET
[ You, Our Friends II I _
it.Wltnemi ....
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It's a very pleasant, cheering: custom to \ M y I.'!'

renew friendly associations during the ,,
Yuletide by extending to you our sin- ti l rI .

cere wishes for a Happy Christmas.And I \I

our optimistic predictions of a

Prosperous New Year. a46Iha'

We are looking forward to serving you

in the New Year and hope that increased

Patronage will make our services even J'(

wore satisfactory.

Hope is justifiably strong as another Christmas

draws near-that out of the mistakes of the post

will come a better gthefsethentimentts/

lems of others, truly worthy of

men voice at Christmas.

S. Greetings to you, one and all.

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I COOKIES AUB REAL: TREAT iv rincuiT cornr. nnAnvonnrol '
Marie Morrtrf Plaintiff vs.I. .
almost goes without saying ..,vy M, Watson Watxon Defendant. Case \ .. ...

that you'll be making cookies for No. 6260OIIDER, OF PUBLICATION, : '.;.';,:.,:::. .,.lilr:;',:.;,: :'0. ..
the holidays] There are 110 many AND NOTIPR TO APPEAR .'. ':" : "
Oceanians when delicious cookies STATE? OJ! FLORIDA to Levy M. .: 7" ::

are "'Just right" to serve-for afternoon dreiia WatHon., Is. whoSe 117 South ronltlpnca, Kumter anti Street ad- ._ o" ;,:; : > t.: ,., .

O tea, for a simple dessert,, Sumtur, South Carolina. Ve : .. ..,,.." ... ,. .
or to pass around when friends January You; are 6, 1947, lr't2th; above Appear named on ..::,...:.;..\.. ,..v. .j,,,,:<::::/.t.. : ,.(..,. .. 'i
In the evening. Court and cause, wherein plnjn-' / ,; : : ., j:,
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drop by ..i...:. ..x:jii : .... .. .,.:.' "
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re.toratfonof ?:>
tiff seeks divorce and : :: : :
Why not try some new varle- Maiden ftjtme. Bradford CountyTelewrnph ... ." .... : .. .if.Mt.!'; :.)' :: :..:i::, ,
ties, along with the traditional shall publish thin. OrderIn Cb / :i: t .;.;:-';'.:;':; '<,'
bake n-xt four weekly Issues.Witness / < !" ;: : '.' .
cookies that :: ?
Christmas you r\ ,
T official ,
my hand and ,:} f : "': (:
\"OOC' 0\\ every year? The two kinds suggested seal at Starke, Florida, this December '

\ 09 t\l\\\/c.0!/roV.\\\to t>O'iOO{ "IeOf O f easy to below make.are One tempting Is a variation and- As( Clerk B,of 1944OFFICIAL SISAL salil. )Court.A. 3. Thomas, )) frOlf' ( :" : ; /., \

$ \$ \8 chocolate By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. 2
of the popular r .
-..NeO e\e S \' f\\e \O\ \\1J"09 8 ser4\G'f\! chip cookies. with bananas to J.Bldtr C.., Durrance Law, Fin.ExchangeJacksonville ::::::; :;: *".:.",y.1."." :::".::;io.::.I'" ,,. .>>.<:;.::,;:.".:...: ."" ;'.,:.:"...
0teGe"e/ u\ 'Ne different flavor Atty. for Plf. 12-6 4t 12-27 : :' ;
('(o"otStOf\ "IO O' better O f seO'OO\ $ The give other a subtly Is one of those convenient /1(,.... ... .i...,{.:.'Ic.o' ;;,*'.... !., "
e y
i-v riHrriT COURT. nitAnronn 0
O \ : S $' refrigerator cookies this COUNTY FLOHIII.il IV CHAN- : &
"IeO\ fe"e V-- '
Ot\S CKIIY.Durothv. ; : .i "
e time featuring spices. J "
.c.o'C'0 .:... ; Schreckensrast, Plaintiff,
\ 'leri Defendant. : '
\ vii. Alex Si'hreckemfast I
*TUa* (\ ;7Gtee Banana Chocolate Chip Cookie Case No. 11247.ORDEH ... i
; ptP' _, ,4 :
2 1cups sifted flour A1Jtj- -'jl.: ., 1
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AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR! "," : ) ; ; .:.;. q. '
2 teaspoons baking powder STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alex : ;, > .. <
Ct\\\\ :1-4 teaspoon soda f1"hre'ken/ra.t. whose residence and :; : : 4: ..>.;-';; 1
address Is: ASN Ilox A-3584, Camp '
3-4 teaspoon salt (Uordon Georirla.

t.tltl 2-3 cup lard* :January You are 6, required 1947 in to the appear above on : 1 ; 'A !
:1 cup sugar named Court and cause, wherein ;;
N seeks divorce.1 ITadforcl : C 4
2 eggs plaintiff ii .. ; ., .
this ,. .'" "' ,
County Telegraph ihall publish .:.: :<: ':<< 1'1\:0.0" :: :: ''f' :'(0: .l" ::': : : \
1 teaspoon vanilla exetract Order In next four weekly: I"ue., ; @ : 1
LOVETT'SGroceteria :1 cup mashed ripa bananas Witness my hand and official Iat.4
seal at Htarke Florida this November &
1 7-ounce pkg. choc. chips i :
29 1946 '-
: I
Sift flour with baking powder, (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. 3. Thomas, l : .
& Market As Clerk of said Court. ,
salt. Cream lard, add
soda and
10. K. tUarke. Fin.
sugar and cream until light and Atty. for rif. 124t 12-27 6 J:: ;'Maii4 J<: ih' :; c&itmas :

fluffy. Add eggs, one at a time, .,.,>,:: >.... :: : : :' : 1 I'f
:> o'
iv rinrrrr corirr. niiADFono <' : .
beating after each addition. Add COUNTY. PL.OHIUAI IN: CIIAN. @\t.;; : :; t .d :?:y:5.X0tI.1FYt:;: : ::.?:..yg-ttf. ,;. .FF ,
vanilla. Add bananas and sifted (FIKY.Margaret :
Ford Saboe, Plaintiff vs. : /
tht ) .
dry ingredients alternately. FoldIn J. Martin Baboe, Defendant. Case hlessngs ipon your

chocolate chips. Drop by tea- No. 62IS1. PUBLICATIONAND ::; .Aii &: .tt $;llt; {t : ;N..:5$ I
'II .. IFr4 spoonsful on ungreased cookie ORDER NOTICE OF ) TO APPEAR .j.t; d ; \?">< :

sheet. Bake In hot oven ((400 degrees STATE! Of FLORIDA to: J. Martin ., ; ._. ., ::!;liP:: ? ? 1
; 7 Sabo., whose last known residence ;.f;: ; lhomes:and 1ijbty'osJ paths
; ; F.) for about 12 minutes. z
and address Is No. ISA Oswego ;;
Makes 6 doz. small cookies. Street, Charleston, South f.f.i i? JI! ; ti;:$! _' : : : ;; ;i '1,1 1,1Vy
ti &s Aft
'III"Jf Carolina. '. f; .: f : : .4. f: r : ;.... .
. I
You are required to appear on ..., ". : : : : ". I I :
a Spice Refrigerator Cookies Monday, January tth, 1947 In the '?<":; .:;;::.."<,.: .t, ..., :(:<;. "'and : \, ;
:1-3 cup lard wherein above named plaintiff Court seeks. and divorce cause and, ,.' :::::j;:;>''(, :.; :v ofhealtb:! (0.bapprness.' :.' j ji
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&*Z 1-2 cup sugar 4. custody of child. Bradford County it N W.f V1.{
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Our 1 egg, beaten Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ev44.*; : : ;< : g \
To j
Express '
f 3-4 teaspoon vanilla next .four we"kly Issues. .if\ot.r\:!:. : ..;....:i.:.:;.."'. : :: :: : : : .
Witness hand and official the NewYear. '
my ;: '
'.. c5eeson's Greetings Thanto 1 1-2 cups sifted flour seal at Starke Florida this 2nd : i.i!; ::'? ';;:i thrOgbOUt ; .:'t: :
of 1840
1-2 teaspoon baking powder" (day OFFICIAL December SEAL A.I.: ThomasA -h.. ;.. 1 .111 ., '; I.: : ::: I1
Soy :1-8 teaspoon salt Clerk of said. Court. C *
By Lucille C. Conner D. C. < < c+ 1. 5 Itfl4 t
1-2 teaspoon nutmeg John J. Henderson, Esq. St. Augustine ,,'
3-4 teaspoon cloves Florida. 4
Atty. fur Mf.. 12-6 4t 12-27
Cream lard and togetherAdd
MERRYCHRISTMAS beaten sugar vanilla. Sift w wi __ .. ...... -.
egg and iv c.lltr.'.. rorHT. HitAnponnCOUNTY. .4J.f.:' : ': : : :;: :' '<-to." :,.:; < \.

flour meg. and baking cloves powder together., salt Add, nut-to CKltY.Kobert FLOI11UAI, IN C1IAN- ,? 'F t :fl t lf I
O Parks Plaintiff. vs.
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creamed mixture. Mix well. Jl>ann Parks, Defendant. Case No. : "' ::<<1

Form into roll 1 1-2 Inches In di 6256.ORDER OF PUBLICATION: [fY; ;;: bl

ameter. Wrap in waxed paper. ANI) NOTICE TO APPEAR ',.,:v..vNm.'f. ..:..::..::... .,v..,.. .........,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joann : "! ; \.t.: ;,
Chill thoroughly. Cut In 1-8 inch : :;: : ; (> :
Parks, whose residence and addressIs H.AX'W>,, : < 1
llcea. Place on greased baking : Route 2 Fairmont West Vir rr : r<
This conveys exactly the thoughts we have for you at sheet and bake in moderate oven ginia.You are required to appear. on ;?; iit;, ;I W._.f;

this glad season of the year. Best of luck to you, and (350 degrees F.) for 10 to 12 :January B. 1947 In the above WARD SEAT COVER :\.t.J11:... ,I
wherein .8;:'
minutes or until lightly browned. named Court and cause .." f: :<
yul pl..lntlff seek divorce. Bradford : i+;:. t.
Yield: 4 dozen cookies.A ounty Telegraph shall. publish this \\ ;
Drder In next four weekly Issues. :.f.l. :;,: ... t1
hand and official '''':'.>..'.:.,t .:;*,;;P. :":',
Farm,. .Home &_Auto Supply.. BREAKFAST TREAT' seal eember144O at, Starke my_, _Florida .this. De COMPANY .ttt'f41t' ; J
tht .the family
holldaY8 .
>, During ((OFFICIAL SEAL) :'A. ,J Tl1omaB,
a r'-; Guy Andrews .t breakfast deserves a bit of extra An Clerk of said Court.
attention. Everyone needs a sub- ('ha". It. Hess, Fla., 204-05 Realty Bid I.Jacksonville .

stantial. satisfying meal that will Atty. for Plf. 12-6 4t 12-27
stay by him through a morningof
busy activity. \Vhafa more, c
breakfast Is a time when the '
family gets together and makes ,

plans for the day; it ought to be : -

.; a sociable affair!! I ,
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So why not give some thoughtto
., the breakfast menus, try to I
) .' "" ,
-'r flo '
them from to and : : "
I vary day day ; ;
offer a special treat now and I fT.t111'I .
then As a suggestion, these ,
Currant Turns are delightfully
festive and utterly delectable.To .

save time In the morning, << : t
the dry ingredients can be measured 1
ifflU and sifted and the lard d
Y THE blended into them the night before -

; or a quick biscuit mix ,

may be used. <<

CttSTfnflS 1 BELLS '
S Currant Turns -
2 cups sifted flour

RlilG in fl (HOST Milk 2 4 1 teaspoons teaspoon tablespoons salt baking lard powder I HEALTH HAPPinESS I I

3 tablespoons butter or marg.

Hflppy Sf son J 1-/8 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1-2 cup currants I

1-2 cup chopped nuts :. PBO5PERITYM..U

.. Sift flour, baking powder and
4 salt together. Cut In lard with .

two knives or pastry blender until -

mixture has a fine, even
crumb. Add enough milk to I Io

make a soft dough. Turn onto ? A glorious Christma is our wish, of course,
floured pastry cloh or board. '"
Knead dough until smooth. Roll yet we want the sentiment to carry on through
May the Christmas s bells rig with all the : I
aa nearly round as possible 1-2 i the coming years. We want each of you to enjoy

happiness that you so richly deserve, is our butter Inch thick.margarine Spread with and softened sprinkle El Health, Happiness and Prosperity. It is our

Christmas wish to the people of this com with sugar or and cinnamon currants '<< \' hope that your every wish will be realized, that ,

munity. May the true spirit? of the Yuletide 8 wedge-shaped and nuts.piece Cut circle Roll each Into p .. each ambition may materialize, so that the new {\

linger on through every day of the coming piece, starting at the wide end. ; year may be the happiest of them all. 0
Place on greased cookie sheet and .
year as a reward for your thoughtfulness bake in hot oven (425 degrees F) I
for 20 minutes. I .
and kindness. '
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C.I&Y.nerllic. {\
D. Harris Plaintiff ".. :J.F '
Po.F Harris.; Defendant. Ca. No. :

Harris. whoa residence and adlr -
< ",sM In: SOS Live Oak Avenue, << y $ ,
FLORIDA iii.4Jiuiirir cow.ya Charleston 8. C. .
to on
You required appear
are ,
q- ....v named January Court 6, 1947.and In.,..lIe.the, wherein above << .ii ,
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
'ounty Telea-raph shall\ publish this i
Order In next four weekly; Issues. << : '
Witness my hund and official seal !
at Htarke. Florida this D.c.mb.r ,
5. 194 '
(OFFICIAL: SEAL A. J. Thomas. << Ii
A. Clerk of said Court.
It C. Baldwin, Gainesville, Fla.
Atty. for Fir. ll-' .t 11-17 K.. ,

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I FLORIDA);4 LIVRA TONELAXATIVE: ) Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

"Wi TU Pm-UP c 4 Member Florida National Group i

THAT ATIiriXfCef ,

i&q. Tee* ..*,.. Now
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HOW TO MAKE TUB TURKEY ,Order In next four weekly Innuea.
TASTE ITS VERY BEST seal'IateStarke hand and
"Florida thisflle-
comber 11, 1946.
With plenty of turkeys on the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
AN market for Christmas It la a good A. Clerk of sad. Court. .
By Lucille C.
Conner D. C.
time for homemakers to brush upon Zach 1(. Poiiclai, oaln"ovlII"( Fla
UNEQUALEDSEASONS' roasting techniques.For Atty for Plf. tS-lS U 1-S

roast turkey choose a NOTICE .
young tender bird with a generous Notice la hereby alv..n that the

coating of fat under the skin underlined ness. under the are fictitious engaged name In husl-of

a well-rounded body a well-flesh Hart'. Beauty Union. located on
ed breast Thompson street In the City of
few blemishes, and few Starke. Bradford County Florida,
pi nfeath res. and Intend. to register the said.
fictitious name In the Office of the
Draw and groom the turkey Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford t
and sprinkle the inside of the County. Fla.-W. H. Hart. 1
one-halt .
Inlernl. Edna Manning
body cavity with salt. Then put Hart one-halt Interest Starke. Fla. avg
In the stuffing but do not packit U-1S 41 l-J

f pia too tightly as it needs room to iv: rinrriT t-otur. BH\I)POIIICKHV. >
expand when it absorbea juices COU"T". FLORIU'I IN lOU.\:!_

that cook out of the bird. Finish Elmer Lowe Forbes, Plaintiff v..
r off by.slipping the heel of a loaf Loretta Ruth Fortes, Defendant
Case No. 6281.
of bread into the opening to hold ORDER OF PUBLICATION

stuffing in place. Tuck the legs AND NOTICE TO APPMAIt :g MERRYfj
under the STATE OF FLORIDA toIf....
of skin at the Loretta Ruth" Forbes whose resl
tail and secure them In dance and address (let, 77-86 JOth
place by ,, .. '
Street Queens New York. ..J..J i A04 I Ip .wlf(1t..,,1rif
taking a stitch at the end of the I You are required to appear on e e
breast bone and wrapping the January IS, li>47. In the above ,
cord around the named court and cause, wherein Is CHRISTMAS
/ legs and under plaintiff' seeks divorce Bradford
the tall. Stuff the loose skin at County Telegraph shall publish this
the base of the Order In next four weekly inane.(
neck fold it to- Witness my hand .and official
ward the back of the bird and seal at Starke, Florida this December -
fasten with few 12 1944.OFFICIAL .
a stitches. Rub
( SEAL) A, J. Thomas, I
the bird all over with fat and a Aa Clerk of laid Court.
little salt and pepper.A T Frank. Landrum Starke, Fin C" Whot can we soy that would express all our wishes
Atty. for Plf. 13-13 4t 1.2IN
To EXTEND best for shallow uncovered pan Is for the coming season? This is the closest thing to it
cooking a young turkey. : i TiiR.cornT OF COUNTY ..
Place a rack under the bird to J> D..". 1IH4I>KI>n1:1: 4'DU ISTY. we know of and we want you to believe we express these
keep It from sticking and to allow 1.0MlIIA. IV PIIOBVTK.: .
BESTGREETINGS In re: Kstat. of I -
hot air to circulate. The Mary O. Wainwright Deceased sentiments with a genuine feeling of appreciation.
To All Creditor's and Persons Kev
broiling tray and rack of some lag (lalss. or "...ade Agal..t
ranges can be used though the Maid Kstajtel
size of the tray Interferes with You and each of you are herebynotified May the New Year be one which will see the realization -
and required to present
the circulation of air and la "likely any claim. and demand which you, of fondest dreams and ambitions. May it .
to slow down cooking time. or the either estate of lM'r may O have Walnwrlght against, m( your

When using a very shallow broil deceased. late of said County to be the one in which you will be the happiest and the
er tray pan drippings must be the County Judge of Bradford

=K We are happy that the Holiday season poured off from time to time. County the court, Florida house. of at said.his County office at In 4' most content.

Start the turkey cooking breast Stnrke, Florldn, within eight calendar .cS-
again furnishes us months from the time of the Best wishes to you, friends
opportunity to ex- down. first publication. of thl. notice.
Don't put water In the bottomof Each claim or demand shall bit In
press our heartfelt gratitude for the writing" and shall state th. place
continued -
pan when cooking a young of residence and post office addressof I
bird. the claimant and shall be t
Steaming breaks the akin sworn tt
N friendships of you, and you and and forces juice out of the meat. to hi.. by attorney the claimant and. any, hi.Much agent claim, or _..

Cook at moderate temperature. or demand not ao filed shall be \ 1c4'4g,1.-1'
you. It is a blessing we value highly. void.
: Poultry Is hardened and toughened N. D. Wainwright.
by intense heat. The largerthe A. Administrator.
12.13 4t 1-S .
turkey the lower the temperature -

Our thoughts are with you friends, is a good rule. A 10- iv CIRCUIT! coniT.rOI'NTV RR tiFOUl) w fj1f hrC

and we hope next will be to 13-pound bird will take about ('KIIV.Andrew. FLOHIIttl IN '
year one of full 3 1-2 to" 1-2 hours at 300 degrees :I>lgga" Jr. II'I

happiness and prosperity for and F. A larger bird 14 to 17 No.Pauline 52A. Digits Defendant
you pounds requires 5 to 6 hours at ORDER OF PUBLICATION I
275 degrees. However hard AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
yours. no STATE OF FLO1UDA to Pauline
and fast rules about cooking niggn, whole residence and ad 1_
time be birds dress In: P. O. No. 232. Lllesvllle
can given as some
cook faster than others. N.You f. are required to appear on STARKE TAXI SERVICEPhone
Baste with January 13. 1947, In the above
Olson RefrigerationSales pan drip- named. court and cause, wherein
pings or some other well-flavored plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford
fat. Baste a small or medium- County Telegraph shall publish this
& Service Order In next four weekly Issue.
sized bird 30 to 45
every minutes Witness my hand and official,
a larger bird every hour. Turn anal at Htarke, "Florida thl. Be'cemher 150 Starke, Fla.AN .
Titus Olson the bird time It Is basted t. 194SOFFICIAL .
every ( UHAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
lifting it at 'lead and foot witha A. Clerk of said Court.
By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
white cloth to
clean protectthe J. H. Harrison Law Exchange Dlaff.Jacksonville .
hands. This will keep parts Fla. .
standing high In the oven from Atty. for Pit. 11-13 4t 1-3

cooking faster than the rest. t'k _"" _"" _"..".". _""" _"..".". _"" -""" -".."..-."..".". -""" -""" _... """ -""" -""" - -
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iv rinrriT rornr. BRADFORD ,
(eiI'NTY ri.onio.il IN: CHAN.
(''':RY.Myrtle .
Lambert nil,,.. Plaintiff v.
Jack PI ISM, Dufendant. Clue No.


BliaR. whose residence and address

la. You unknown.are required to appear on >> liI
January 6, 1941. In the above
named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks dlvon. and rentoratlon "
\ .; of Maiden Name. Bradford. OLD FASHIONED I
County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r .
In next four weekly lusues. J
Witness my hand and otflrlalseal
11 at Htarfce, Florida, thl. December .
B, 19411.OFFICIAl. .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I
Aa Clerk of said Court. KtI
Bv Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
T. Frank I.nndrum, Starke, Fla..
Atty. for Pit. 12.8 4t H-27 .

iv('01 nnnip'MTV' KI.OHIIHI rontr, nni: CHAVOeorge )Fonn.
W4 4'.:11". I '
$ W. Hyatt Jr, Plaintiff vs. I II J
Edith L. Hyatt Defendant. Case I
No. 6251.! I
N. Hyatt Is unknown.whose residence and .address Is

You are required to appear on
January 8. 1947. In the above "
named Court and cause wherein 4
plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford
Bounty Telegraph. shall publish thl.Order I"f
In next four weekly Issues '
Witness my hand and officialseal ,
at Slnrke, Florida, thl December I
5. 1947.OFFICIAL :
( 8RAL: ) A. J. Thoma., r 81. ,
As Clerk of said Court. .
By Lucille C.,Conner n. C. ',,1
J. C. 011 rr..n. <". Law Exchange,
Jacksonville, Florida.
Atty. for Plf. 12- 4t 11-27

iv ('lnr'ITol'n'r._ DRt I>FOHI fli'e ''I,
('0E V'I1'' FLOKIOH iv tn ,:vRosa'll. -

l'EEV.. Moran plaintiff v.., Joseph

.foran.ORDER f.fend..nt.OF ..rCATiN270- t1 As we express our annual Christmas Freedom, liberty, the right to worship G' :!


Moran STATE whose OF FLORIDA resldenc.to'and Joseph ad- greeting/ we are mindful of the countless as we please, the right to think and speak, I '

dr".. Is: Ion Elmwood Avenue f 1

Philadelphia re required Pa. to appear on blessings that have come our way during to enjoy our home, the nourishment of our 1,
January. 13. 19f1. In the above

County nialntlff named court TeTSgraph and divorce.shall Cause Publish Bradford wh..r..n thl.' the year just closing, and we are truly grate bodies, the blessings of health and happiness PIli

Order In next four weekly I..ue. these and countless other blessings V ;
Witness my hand and official ful. -
Jwr seal at Clarke. Florida 't
e..m".r 10. IU8.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ore ours.

By A. Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner.Court. D.. C. 9I We have enjoyed the blessings of friend. I i
T. Fran. fjtndrum Bt.rkj. EJ
Atty for Plf.___ n-u *-* ships and associations with those whom we We are grateful and wish for you and..

T. 3H *nFoiin
I ,
COUNTY.TFLOHI! AI iv: (;IAN. American .
4L Ls friends is a the many blessings every
? ('t'RY: 'serve. The loyalty of our yours '
!Shirley' Achenbach Plaintiff Y.
Robert L. Ach.nbach, D.fendant.
Case ORDER En. 1200.OF Pl1BttCATI0N .blessing unsurpassed. deserves. t'

1154 ..
+ A..henba, ..,hn." r.enc. l
hoi Ea..t Cumberland Street. Lebanon. 4t

January You. Pennsylvania.are U., required 1947 In to t appear b e above on CANOVA PHARMACY ,

name" Court ndivore.. Bradford
(p i'l/f.r."nh' snail ,,,..,,,,... this Is
TIPTOPSUPER Walgreen Agency ,

NOW 70 ill C /GCtflg

idOM 1ANlulg4. SNptY Fla.

MARKET czr i66 NdWI

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un I the best be added in January,. when the Strong, heavy,
( Automatic Firearms of five years imprisonment and a Nation's Farm Sales In excess of those for group will proceed with a WarDepartment wastebaskets only Amy ('

Must Be RegisteredThe fine All of fire two arms thousand brought dollars.into this ;?onei'i/d i9fr; At Highest Peak pr 1921.'-depres lon years Including the geographical assignment position to show and TKIJKGRAI'II. 10e

Treasury Department would country as souvenirs by members: Strout Agent SaysFarm "From January, 1946, right on elevation of additional points. for / t ,
to the present time." Mr. HolIIngsworth contour ,The. region will
of the armed forces that have not
like to remind the public of the sales throughout nation -
"sales have been include intersecting strips extend-
been registered should be registered have reached the highest
provisions of the National Fire Nor Unr
OL or from approximately Sampson
with the point In history, yet there Is lit- higher than at any time In our ing tAe
Arms Act requiring registrationwith as soon as possible / YoUPAYME City to the St. Johns river and TBAt'
nearest office of the Bureau of tS tle speculative trend m the pres- 46-year history."
the Dureau of Internal Rev- pt TRlgi from Duval County to the Ocala
Internal Revenue. h :TjME ent farm market, according to The Strout Agency sold 618
enue of certain types of fire P. C. Hollingsworth, Strout I National Forest tefdafAlftpre
arms. farms this past April, Mr. Hol-
CARD OF THANKSWe Realty associate. Quoting a re-
The law states that all Ilngaworth reported, and expectsto
wish to thank our many cent statement by E. A. Strout,
automatic fire arms (those firing friends for their sympathy ST., president of the firm, Mr. sell a minimum of 400 during
more than one round with single through our Hollingsworth asserted that despite December.R. On this Holy day we pause to ,
pull of the trigger) must be reg- sorrow.Knight Family the unprecedented demandfor our best wishes to each of
istered. This can be done, without 0 valuations have G. Kidd Joins you and|
farms, their "Thanks for
cost through any office of the We have letter and legal size 0 not followed the inflationary Here I say, Everything.
Alcohol Tax Unit Bureau of Internal papers to .suit your needs: onionskin mark-ups in urban homes. Mapping Project
Revenue. Anyone falling boml, rag content .srconaheetv
I think I will unionize tile dentints. On a countrywide scale Mr. Appointment of Richard O.
to do so. Is subject to a sentence etc. !:
Hollingsworth continued, 85 per Kidd as survey party chief for hristmas
I don't know why they don't aQ cent of the 5,108 farms and small the H. M. White mapping projecthas i
refuse to work for three months. businesses sold by his company's been announced. Kidd will
This would produce millions of associates In the first ten months serve In the locating of existing A. J. Thomas-Clerk of the
toothaches and the dentists could of 1946 charged hands on a 50 government markers in an area Cfa
then raise their prices five times. to 100 per cent cash basin, which adjacent to Camp Blanding, which
The dentists could do a wonderful was not at all true in the 1920'a, will be plotted on aerial photo-
Job of !giving themselves when farm buying was largely graphs now being made by a
l nuisance value and thus use the speculative, with buyers paying Deland-based airman.
modern scheme of Improving 10 to 15 per cent cash for the Personnel of the organization
h their position. purpose of reselling at a profit. Includes H. M. White, head of the

Otter groups set out to let "Today's market U a healthier i project, and William Hurley, HRISTMAS
other people starve, walk or market," Mr. Holllngsworth quoted chief computor. A field crew will ;
freeze until the nuisance becomes ... ,
the Strout President as say-, ? M'(rM***e.Jn.
unbearable and the obnoxious 't
group gets what it wants. ing. "Today's buyers are people .
who want farm and want to r/x/ ; REETINGSfrom
sit down
Form a picket on hang onto them."
the premises, camp In the legislature Commenting on his firm's business 1 aii I
screech rebel be com-
Mr. Hollingsworth reported
pletely repulsive-seems to be
DINKIN'S SERVICE STATION today's way of getting what you the value of the 6,108 farms sold
want *, by the Strout Realty Agency up
to the end of October, 1946, as It
$33,560,905.00. Not quite 38 per K. G. Duncan, Agent

cent of these sales, he said, were
Farmers Vote TodayOn accounted for by 1,911 properties Standard Oil Company
west of the Rockies valued at'
vI Committeemen 116,283,935.50. or about 48 per P
cent of the total turnover. These
AH Bradford farmers participating sold in ,
were Oregon Washington
-1.-0 rcc"+: uou ad Ghrismas. in the 1049 Agricultural I Montana Nevada and Californiaby
Conservation program were this Strout associates representingthe
week urged to vote in the elec- firm's divisional officer in 1
and wish tion of the 1947 county commit- Portland, San Francisco and Los ,
ou teemen, to be held at 2 p. m. this Angeles. .
afternoon (Friday), at the Court Eaat of the Rockies during the
< House. same period, 3,197 farms and We hope for you a bright and cheerful Yuletide .
Chew T. McClane small businesses were sold by
County Agent
a tIapp 9 ear said that any farmer subscribing Strout associates attached to dIvisional and as we,ring in a New Year we wish

to the program during the past offices in Boston, New good fortune.
year Is eligible to vote. Commit- York Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, you
teemen elected will be respon- Cleveland, Chicago, Detroit, St,
sible for county conservation ad- Louis, Kansas City and De Land,
ministration during 1947. Florida for 1727396950.

Those who served during the The present rate of buying Mr. HART'S
Hollingsworth said indicates that
year now closing were
HART FURNITURE CO. James Rosier, W. S. Sibley, Clyde the company's previous peak year,
Cone and alternates Lonnie Craw- 1921, will be exceeded by several Beauty Salon
ford and C. E. Andrews.ON hundred sales before the end of The MILKY WAY
1946 since monthly records for

TOLERANCEAs the present year ,are considerably
the Christmas season nears
and our thoughts are of "Peaceon WE WISH. YOU
Earth-Good Will toward
Men", we should cultivate a more 1'
tolerant attitude toward others
and a more likeable disposition
ourselves, so that others can be
more tolerant with us.
Remembering that:

-There Is some child who
e thinks you are perfect.

SV'As -There la some work that will
\ never be done unless you do it. Sistrunk Feed & Seed Co. ATCHRISTMASTIME

a gesture of thanks we extend -There is someone who would
these Greetings to our friends miss you If you were gone. e /

Your ]loyalty and consideration -There Is a good reason for WE WELCOl1E THE

means much to us and we are becoming better than you are. AJ And a very genuine thank you fo

grateful. .MERRY .CHRISTMAS. ] -There is someone who dislikes your splendid patronage the past
t you because he does not understand '\\"\\\\;'\ year.

you. ,', ,,' \\1 ..'
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Torode Chevrolet Company ""M''" !..
-There is a place to be filled \!IJ'l" \\\\ \\l\l1n \V:
1 which you alone can fill. ', ,. :;
We look forward to Christmcrs'each ydtzno);, t
-There is a God who sees because it's another Holiday, but:because,
more in you than you have yet ,' we enjoy the privilege of extending our
suspected. sincere good wishes to those we''serv \ -
-Ehchange ..


I wish to extend our deepest Transfer & Storage Co.
.. gratitude to all those who rend-
ered so many deeds of kindness Phone 179HERALDING .
to us during the Illness and deathof
our dear mother Mrs. Ida An-
derson, and for the beautiful
floral offerings.Mrs. .
Mae Bennett. THE APPROACHOF 3G5ft"
LET'S BE Mrs. Anna Alexander,
Mrs. E. A. Edwards.. ANOTHER GLAD

CHEERYThe 19R WMRE I let'eIt's : UHlf)

time for rejoicing and we Join
urge to make Christmas with in this
MBRtHtiID you our thoughts at

,r more gracious lies deep-rooted glad season of the year. Best
wishes to all.
In the hearts of Americans

4 everywhere as they pause to observe SAPP'S STOREJoe

the Christmas season.
w ;3i.i.t lmk: S. & Volley Starling

May happiness be yours to

enjoy this Christmas and may it 4 9/mL =---

'give you the inspiration and ; ft"It

guidance to meet the coming /( { occurs to us that the ideal and spirit of Christmas
year with a cheerful heart. '" should be of three hundred and sixty'f ire days
.y So, right now, please accept our sincerest
As you gather with loved
CHRISTMAS r -, ones and friends on Wishes for every day of the New'Year.
Christmas morning,

Carl Johns' Feed Store please remember our NasworthyWholesale
n thoughts will be of
1 you.
and : It is our wish that you Grocery Company

S. R. Johns, Jr. 5i will enjoy a Christmas
% _. 234 East Call Street
Starke Electric Supplies long to be remembered.

Starke. Fla."V .


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