Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 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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L kAt4 Churches Filled To Capacity County Official Denies UnfairnessIn

j For All Christmas Services Assessment of Prison Property

Indicative of the fact that the I A splendid musical program was

religious significance of Christ presented by the Sunday School Bradford County stands to lose the tidy sum of $3179.30

mas ittll has a strong appeal In with Peggy Ann Wiggins reading Annually if Governor Millard P." Caldwell ia correct in his

spite of recent tinselled commercialism -I the Christmas Story and the Pri- belief that a special legislative: act providing: that the State
of the day were the mary Department presenting a shall pay tuxes to Bradford and Union Counties
:! State
I crowds that filled the various' tableau and several songs led by Prison land I ia unconstitutional. on
_E churches about town In the special i iI Mrs. T. B. Harding and her corpsof At
+ r t a Cabinet meeting in Tallahassee last week
Iti I services held during the Yule- teachers. Sylvia Alvares gavea asked the Governor -
f j tide. reading and Mrs. L. A. Canova Attorney General Tom Watson to determine

Inaugurating these annual observances was organist throughout. the even- whether the State can legally. pay such taxes. "If- we nav.,
was the beautiful tuxes: on the prison property t
Candlelight Vespers in the-Presby was In readiness, with a why not on the University I
1 terlan Church Sunday afternoon brightly lighted and beautifully Cold Snap Fails and Woman's College Caldwell
:ii ---4- at 3'30: o'clock. The church was decorated tree banked with presents asked
ov .. filled to capacity by people of all |!I for all ages, and sacks of J
denominations To Hurt BerriesThe Thus came to light the lit- '
who gathered at,candy for all. Santa was supposed
dusk In the quiet, candlelight to | to arrive to delight the tle-known or half-fortfottcn
New River Oil-Drilling Crews Never Stop enjoy and be Inspired by the un heart and distribute presents, fact that at the time the

usually fine program that ,had I II But at the appointed time-What I "second berry harvest for19t5" State Prison wail established
Not been arranged. I No Santa Claus! It was whl.ru.r..H continued apace early this in its present location
Even For Christmas Christmas) Cantata :(I about that he couldn't; n find; -his week, despite moderate frost. According special act was introduced In the a

The second musical treat of suit. But even though no Santa I to one grower, the cold State legislature and enacted Into

Once you start drilling an oil well you don't stop-not last Sunday also<' drew a packed'I I arrived there, were plenty of kill snap a of bloom"Monday morning "didn't law providing that the State
for auditorium when the choir assistants and picking for thecounty' should taxes
even Christmas. of the and the evening wasa pay to Bradford
Pictured above are members of one of the three crews First Methodist Church, consisting Joyous occasion long to be remembered proceeded remarkable In early shipments County on the land thus used
that kept equipment of the Penrod of 20 voices, presented "Be- by all who attended. quantity. The Prison was originally located
Drilling Company hum- hold Thy o'clock.I County buyers moved In Bradford
King" at 7:30: approximately County, but Union
ming all day, December 25, at the site of the New River It 1200 crates last
waa the choir's first appearance! The Methodist Sunday School week, at County was created In 1921 out
operation: (left to right) Robert Mcllwain, back-up man; In their new white robes, which Christmas Tree was a happy eventIn prices ranging from $8.SO to $10.- of part of Bradford. This. specialact

Lee King, motor man; A. R Kemp, derrick man, Gus E. added greatly to the effectiveness the church Monday evening at SO. Trucker. were hauling more was advocated by Bradford

Howell, driller; A. J. Johnson lead tong man. of the service. Much favorable 7:30: o'clock. The program, openIng loads to Georgia than Jackson County legislators on the grounds

At left is shown the towering derrick half a mile from comment was heard on this outstanding with group singing of Christmas ville, with the majority going to that to remove such a largo

the New River school, near the banks of a small branch Yuletide event Carols, was announced by Augusta Savannah, Valdosta, acreage from the tax books of

that flows into New River. Once the drilling operation be- Midnight Service Miss Virginia Sewell and Included of Thomasvllla the and vicinities. Most the county would place an unfair

gins it never stops until the desired depth is reached: night The Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan, I a reading of the Christmas Story Btarke. buying activity was In burden on remaining taxable
and D. D, Bishop of Florida conduct by Billy Smith and a song "Jolly lands.
day rain shine Sundays
or the
or holidays raucous ed the traditional Christmas Eve ., Old St.;Nicholas". by Mary Agnes Midweek prospects were that, In commenting: on Governor
sound of machinery boring through earth goes on. Thus the Feast of the Nativity of Our LordIn Matthews Miss Sewell read a barring severe cold growers CnMwell's statement that tho

I. mechanized music of New River supplied strange contrast St. Mark's Episcopal Church humorous poem about Rudolph, would see out the Old year And assessed' valuation of the State's

to the Christmas Carols that filled the air over most of starting at 11:30: p. m. Tuesday the red-noaed reindeer, to the delight welcome' the new with a continuation property Is "way high" In comparison -

Bradford County. | night- of the children. Mrs. K-. -K.-. \ of the! unique hnrvest. made with similar privately.
-- Speaking on the subjoct of I Perryman accompanied the songsat poHHlblo by a combination of a owned property In this count .

From the point of view of a low type", will stop at 4,000 feet "gifts", Bishop Juhan pointed outa the organ. wet winter.summer and a mild (to date) Bradford Tax Assessor m. W.

It ,I petroleum engineer, it takes an or less. thrceway test of the approprl- Santa Claus arrived on schedule Hayes stated yesterday that the
amount of technical language to Upon reaching a desired formation atness of a gift. First it should and distributed gifts and bags 10.771 acres of prison lands in
describe adequately the processof --in Bradford's case. It be something needed; second. It of candy and fruit to all. 1946 Ford Stolen this county were assessed at |48-

drilling for oil. But E. W. will be sandstone-the oil men should be something wanted; and -- From Oil ExecutiveThe GaO In 1040 (In whlah year taxes
Mastics CompanyBuys Chlldera, engineer of the Tide cut a core In lengths up to 20 third it should be something that The Sunday School of St, paid the county by the stabs) [

Water Associated Oil Company'swell feet, and bring samples of the i coat the giver, not only In money, Mark's Episcopal Church held its Inconvenience of a stolen totalled 121131."). However, all
'at New River, also believes material to the surface for analysis but in self-sacrifice. These three Christmas tree and party Tuet car was realised to full measure valuations were. raised IA 1941 fol.lewhir

'N. C. Riant that a general description of, the: to determine fluid content, points were all embodied in Clod's day afternoon at the church. A last week by K. W. Chlldera, passage of a Legislative
undertaking can be presented In: and percentage of porus ipace.An gift to the world-Christ. Bishop pageant portraying the Christmas petroleum engineer of the TideWater act requiring assessments to be
electrical "Schlumberger" Juhan stated Holy Communionwas Associated Oil on a full 100 percent valuation of
process Company
Charles 1./!lende '!" 1' president terms suitable for school-children, may show contents of saltwater celebrated at this time. story was presented by the Sunday His 1040 blark ford sedan with property Mr? Hayes .id. In that J

at Florida PJaatlca. Inch announcd not mention adults who have gas or alt: School and was under the direction key unforti\.rT 'tV in the look was ya-tli > 51iaoe assessment,' was .,

this week;Aihvoomj. >ite* eg9UtUons little or. "no knowledge' of the ln If oil,' alao- DJ1ed"" petroleum,' Is What?, No Santa Claus? .. :cf;.Mrs, JEdward Burns removed tl1.thief or tMeves. some. placed,f11 t; to.-.m"rw*-
in .the, sal. ofTtheTArt ditstry : ''ss 1h present, casing Is run through the No. There was none at the and 'II.... H. C Brown. A short I: time Sunday night from the yard .mains'today.
After understanding the meanIng formation And a gun on a wire, First Baptist Church last Friday 'of his residence the St. John Triers Is no reason a"'I' 'I
Display; Company of Winston of the common "blt" and fired by electricity, Is lowered. night-but everyone else was message. was delivered by the apartments on east Calf street. world for the State to pay
stem, N. C. to the local'"corporalion. "casing", one may go on from The gun 'I fires .43 calibre bullets there. About 430 men women, Rev. Fred a. Yerkeo, rector of Chllders commutes between Governor Caldwell :

Transfer of the entire plantto there. A "bit" is the cutting into the sand allowing the oil to and children gathered In the the church. Stark and the Tldu Water oil the Cabinet meeting. "I doubt if

Starke will begin at about Jan- part of a drill; "casing" is pipeor come from the sand through the church, expectantly awaiting the The group enjoyed a period of well, at New River. the statute is good and I don't
wry 1st, and with an additional tube through which a drill Is casing. arrival of St. Nicholas. It was singing Christmas carols after Although news of the theft was believe the State has authority

ten Any required to set up the extended and which provides lin- Contrary to popular information -I the first Christmas Tree program which gifts and stockings of fruit transmitted to State police, the under the Constitution to pay
qulpnient( it la believed that ing to prevent the sides of the oil thus discovered does not held In the Baptist Church since were distributed from the beauti- car had not been located by Wednesday such taxes."
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uaufacture of articles of plastic well from "heaving"-or cavingin. automatically spurt to the surface the beginning of the war. fully lighted tree. of this week. Aiinougn no local official d. wouldventure
uid 'other materials will begine with gTeatand destructive to predict the outcomeof

first of February. In.drilling for oil, after a possible force. Such an event, known as Guy Andrews the Governor's challenge of the
Acquisition of the North Caro- location has been determined a "gusher" Is a rarity (about one All Citizens Above I 15 Years of Age, legality of the special act several
a concern will Increase Florida through survey a'steel derrick !In 10.000 wells are "gushers"). Named Chairman did take Issue with the Chief Ex-
;aaUCtI'( originally planned caparty The oil normally rises in natural ecutive's Inference that the Prison
Is erected as a support for the Of March of Dimes
by about 50 per cent, and raising and lowering'of drilling flow comparable to that of an May Take Advantage of Free X-Ray was located on poor land. This.

,II adi, a number of uncompletedIt tools, and the lengths of casing.. artesian water well. Otherwise Appointment of Guy Andrews was generally interpreted locallyas
Display orders to the pro- A derrick be upwards of 176 It Is brought to the surface by as county chairman for the 1947' a reflection on the productive
tion schedule. B. H. Hankin, feet, depending may on the amount of' pumping. Plans for' Bradford County's others. March of Dimes Drive has been soil of Bradford County
8 firm's technical engineer,, mass x-ray clinic, Jan. 3 through. The equipment Is not the During the dlsotumlon
casing supported. The New Oil at a paying quantity in the x-ray announced by W, Murdock Martin, the Governor
tated that one of the orders is River structure reaches to 96 Bradford location would be a Jan. 9, were completed this week,';portable type and for this reason of Willi.ton, stats representative I said that he had often
r plywood photograph albums. feet: minimum of about 10 barrel a according to an announcement it will be necessary to hold the of the National Foundation for wondered why the prison was
Hank in was formerly president day. Shipped to a refinery. It Is yesterday by Dr. A. Y. Coving- clinic In only two locations: one Infantile I'sralysls. ever located at its present sit*,
the Art Display Company, As the well deepens, fluid or converted through distillation to I ton, director of the Bradford i day In Lawtey on Jan. 3, at the The annual fund raising drive, "If It had been located on -Brood

bleb was established eight years "drilling mud" Is piped down, gasoline kerosene, Diesel oil, fuel County Health Department. I I white school house; and four daysIn originally founded by the late land. It would have meant the
o, serving to lubricate the bearings oil and other products.An "Chest x-rays will be offered Starke, Jan 6-9. The clinic In President Roosevelt, will be staged saving of hundreds of thousandsof '
dlso 'week was of the bit and remove the "cuttings" advantage of oil productionhere free for all reaMrnts of this coun- Starke will be open for all residents January 10th through the 30th. dollars he commented. I
announced this
to the surface. The bit would be the comparative ty who are 13 years of ag or of the City and county and Chairman Andrews stated According/ to Informed sllurce"I I
8 addition Baldwin, ) yesterday -
of L. M. ia rotated to the right producinga older. It will not be will be her
proximity to Tide Water's refinery necessaryto held In the Red Cross office that the need for funds In the Prison location was selected
[7 goods merchant of Baldwin, 22-Inch hole for 16-Inch casing undress, and there should be I of the
> the at Bayonne, N. J., Chllders Armory building on the never-ceasing battle against by a commission during the t
Board of Directors. which la lowered and ce- I. said It was a reasonable supposition no need for anyone to wait for Temple Avenue. polio has never been greater and administration of Governor Gil- ,I
With the'major part of re- mented. Fluid cement pumped that If oil is found here, a any period of time" Dr. Covington This clinic Is sponsored by the that It Is hoped the approaching Christ after a thorough study of I l
"Idling and interior decorationthe down in the casing, out and up, pipe line might be extended to stated. Bradford Tuberculosis and Health campaign will be the most successful possible sites In various sections "I,
former Blanding Center acts to seal off.. or Isolate surface the port at Jacksonville with the The x-ray machine to be used Association and, its purpose Is to In the Foundation's his- of the state. The quality of the I Ii,
future completed, the building waters. product then moved to New Jer- will take the chest pictures at discover tuberculosis In the early tory. soil Is up to the high standard ".

week was in readiness for the Drilling continues until the sey by tanker and barge. the rate of 100 to 123 per hour. stages when It can still be cured. Costs of hospltallzatlnn and of the average in Bradford
'taliation of heavy duty maN 'crewmen reach the depth and The well on property leased Confidential reports of the examination Those who take advantage of this physician's treatment for polio County t h e s e commentators ;
'" and Floors will be sent to each Individual -,, opportunity for a free will stated.
conveyors that geol- down to x-ray
type of formation as from M. F. Wiggins, was cases, and the financing of scientific
been striped to indicate loon ''oqgo"'ts' know may contain oil. 1830 feet Tuesday morning. The It Is ..trongly'urge,1 be helping themselves, their families medical research and education "If they! can't produce the stuff ,y
of the varied apparatus. Some wells have reached 16000., current formation was hard limestone that all persons In the eligibleage and the community by tryIng of professional personnel to It Isn't the fault of the soil," one
frown and cream color scheme Intermediate streaks group make every effort to to discover and eliminate this official commented tersely.
with staff
The local Tide Water pro- I hospitals throughout the
boon adopted In the painting limestone. obtain this free service. It la disease that takes a heavy toll According 'to an Associated
"shal- of soft, cavernous I:
relatively country are supported entirely by
Interior walls, and ceilings are ject, planned as a highly Important that all Individuals of lives each year, the March of Dimes. Press: dLtp..tChreptJrtln&. the ::1'I '
eelotax. Cypress walls are working In public, such as A complete schedule of hours, Cabinet meeting It was stated ..
"lured! in Henderson's office. Young DelinquentsSent Blacksmith ShopIn foodhandlers, school teachers, bus etc. for the x-rnys will be foundIn I that a recent audit showed that "
hogany desk and other hand- HereJ. order to protect themselves and an advertisement In another Seriously Injured I although only 09 percent of the I
"e furnishings of the office To Society Operation drivers and others be x-rayed In part of this Issue. In Shot Gun Duel prison is located in Bradford

received by the president as of theft cases Involving C. Cereals, an expert black- County the State pays this
wfetmas gift from relatives Disposal smith with 20 of practical Claude Denmark 40, a blacksmith county 13,439 and only $3fl7 forth i
4 !Ills partners. 'Hankln and Leonard Grlffls. :Jr. 8, and experience In the years business, recently Vet Insurance Ag. Committeemen of west Stark, was shotIn 41 percent in Union" County. ;
Scott, 14, was' completedlast Elected) Friday the abdomen Thursday night Officials here had no explanation
President Francis S.. Bene- Edgar I opened a shop" at Broad Listed Among
Friday by Judge E.' K. Ferryman -II and Center Streets In Btarke (the December 19 by Dewey JC. Williams -' for this seeming discrepancy
Important Assets"Next of five Bradford I stating only that the Prison
\ Approval 39, local house painter.
Wok committment of location) and Is
on the exterior of the with the old J. F. Colby property was assessed on the
farmers for their! services la the
building last week entailed Scott to the Children's Home well pleased with the patronagethat to health and education County Agricultural Conservation No arrest was mad, pendlnaDeamark' same basis. as ail other propertyIn
41 has built 'since com recovery. The wounded -
he ,
of tower up
an observation The Insurance Is a veteran's the county.
in Jacksonville. program was evidenced last Friday
Society Is receiving treatment for
** In for the use of ing to Starke. man
rdens.e Grlffls youngster had been placedin "The Corey shop had been closed greatest asset" according to Albert -: In their re-election by local critical Injuries at the Alachua
growers as members of the pro- First Presbyterian
the Society's care on Decem- for so long that it took a lit Lee Crosby county service County Hospital.It .
administrative committee.
J. C. Parker ber 11, following the robbery of tle time for people to learn to officer. Advising exservicemenof gram's Each<< of the member. will con It Is alleged that the two men I I Topic for the 11 a. m. sermon

some 463 in cash and merchandisefrom 'start bringing their work to this a simple procedure for rein- I tinue through 1947 In the capacities I had an earlier altercation and'I at the Presbyterian Church Sunday -
orne From Berlin location again." Mr. Cervals said that at approximately 11 p. m. .
Mrs. Mae SIsson's refresh- j statement of NSL insurance held during the past year, Denmark entered the Williams'I will be, "Men of Vision"In
Pre stand and the Temple & "but now that the news has Crosbythis week stated that with James Router as chairman I discussing this subject the
J, of ment and
C.; 19 son armed with shot
Parker. ysrrl gun
been spread around, am gettingplenty I I I Dr. Kaufman. said; "Rven
8. Lake ,Service Station. Young now be renewed W 8. Sibley an vice chairman, pastor
Parker of Starve, arrivedSaturday of work from all parts of lapeed policies may fired once at William, missing' the of
in the the ordinary man by UJM
absolved of guilt I Cone as regular member,
was examina- Clyle
Scott without physical Williams who hail obtained
following a year'sa foundto the county but I am still on the him, available mean at his dh ....I,
latter burglaries, but was for only two C. E. Andrews as tint alternate shot from
tion. "Payment his
with the Army of Occupant customers and own 12-guag gun
lookout for new enlarge/ his horizon.: Perhapsthe
1 Berlin Germany. He is have been involved in the stealing guarantee satisfaction to all who premiums la required If the Insurance and Lonnie Crawford as second within his residence, then fired| may beet historical and spiritual
f of antique gums from Quigley Is picked up before January alternate. County Agent T. K. Denmark missing with
minal and will re- twice on
furlough bring their work to me. I laid to man Is his Bible, Her we
his honorable discharge next & Davis several months ago The Gervals shop Is well equip- 31" he said. "It is suggested McClane will serve as secretaryand .. the first and wounding him with not only have the story of the
to having a partIn be Mrs. Mildred Sapp as treas
'4r Grlffls confessed that two beneficiaries the second shot. I I
ped to handle all types of bodywork I Ancient WM! Man but Inspiration
r OIuIg' Parker was a Junior In each of the three burglaries.Committment \ general repairs on farm named in the application urer.The A warrant. Issued against I> to our own growth In knowledge
of are youthful addi- election, by farmers par-
*4 High School when he equipment and other machinery Crosby is available for mark but not served, of the ways of God."
46 was
Society was In the program
the at
to Information ticipating 4In-1
*1 the: service In August delinquents and acetelyne welding, etc. The people tional Insurance December 20th, at assault with intent to There will fee special music at
additional inquiry held 2 m.,
with court house office, on Tuesday. p.
made his
and he Intends to reenter of Bradford County are this service.
Welfare murder.
State boUM.
of the the Court
school and receive hi.s recommendation to again hav +'a good Thursday and 8.turday- .

'* *. Board. blacksmith shop located In Starke. .




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iv rmrrrr COITIIT.roUVI'Y nnAnJl'onol I 6, 1946. I IY! CIRCUIT cwtrnr.COITNrY nnAnFonn Telegraph shall weekly publish Issues.this OrderIn ] AND NOTIF:
fKHY.Tlernlrs As Clerk of said Court. CKIIV. I .
Starke, Florida this and Parltu
n. Harris, Plaintiff, vs. :J. II. C. Baldwin, Gainesville. Fla. Margaret Ford Baone, Plaintiff, vs. al of at December, 1948. I tsoI Falnnontlw ,.
Established 1817 H. IlarrU, Defendant Case No. Atty. for fit. 12-6 4t 12-27 J. Martin Suboe: Defendant. Case (day OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas' Sin" "

B. L. Matthews _____________ Editor and Owner om.ANn ORDER NOT1CM OF1 PIinLICATION TO APPEAR I, Notice tm NOTICE hereby glveri that the No.ORDER 0251. OF PUBLICATION A By* Lucille Clerk of C. said Conner Court D.,C. named January You are Court 6, required 1047 ,.,to, "Ia'Ph. .
St. Augua.forWW
TO APPEAR J. Henderson Esq.! -
AND NOTICE John 'suns,,
STATE OF FLORIDA tot J. B. undersigned are engaged In business plaintiff seeks "I
Harris. whose residence and address under the fictitious name of STATE OF FLORIDA to: :J. Martin tine, County Telegraph divorce nn
Published Weekly on FrIday. and Entered M Second Chas Matterat tat 309 Live Oak Avenue, !fart'. Beauty Salon located, on /Kaboe: whose last known residence Atty l-8 4t 13-27 Order In n."t four-hali puMa
the I'odt Office at Starke Florida. Charleston, 8. C. I Thompson Street In the City of and address Is No. 188 Oswego Wltne.... my hRnl1 Ws"kly.
You are required to Bradford Florida, South deal ''r! .
appear on : 'drkr't County street Charleston iv niirriT COURT.( vnronn at Starke, II"ride! .
January 6, 1947, In the above to register the eald Carolina. 'OI'N'.Y, Fl.OKIUAl I.M: CIIAN.Kobert camber S. 1946. tI"
named Court and came, wherein fictitious In the Office of the (
name required to appear on f'.Til V OFFICIAL SEAL
You )
HAIL TO TilE NEW YEAR! plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford !Monday! ,are January 6th, 1947 In the O. Parks, Plaintiff. va .Ae Clerk of eats Ceitrl A J 't1
dies the County Telegraph shall publish thll County, Fla.-W. II. Hart above named Court and cause, Jimnn Parks, Defendant. Case No Ch"s. n. Hells. 201,0.
monarch people
In when cry
England a Order In next four weekly Issues. one-half Interest Edna Manning Jacksonville, Fla Itealty
"The King is-dead." And for the new ruler almost" in at Witness Starke,mv Florida hand and this official December seal Hart, one-half Interest,12-13 Starke U, Fla.1-3 custody wherein of plaintiff child. seeks Bradford divorce County and i266ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ally for Pit. 12.6 f''.'
the same breath they shout "Long live the King! r -
The same spirit!' of "Off with the old and on with II -
the new" should fill our hearts now that we stand poised -
to bid farewell to the old year and enter wonderingly -
upon the new.
Yes-1946 is dead and there are few regrets at Get Your
its passing.... Few would care to bring it back even if .
they could. ,*",>lt-Is gone with its headaches of reconver 0
sion gone with its strikes and shortages gone
with its false hope of a smooth-running United Nations
organization. How often we have heard it remarkedthat .
when the war ended everyone thought;all the wor- FREE CHEST X-RAY
ries of shortages and other inconveniences would be
over in at least twelve months. But now with rising
costs and prices it seems as if we will have plenty of ,
troubles for some time to come.
But although we as individuals might almost for-
get our. personal stake in the world about us-so big Protect Yourself and Your Family From
and complex is the overall picture-there is still plenty ..
that each can do to improve his own little sphere.If r

you have made enemies during the past year
them better still try to turn
forgive and forget --or
them into friends. They will certainly do you no goodas TUBERCULOSISFacts
long as they remain your foes.
If you have made debts try to pay them. Andif I
you have made bad loans try to forget them but do ,
not forget.them so completely that you make the same
mistakes in 1947.If .
you have become ill-tempered and irritable just About
think how much more pleasure others would have in You Should Know : X-Rays
how much would
your association and even more you
enjoy yourself if you became the pleasant person thatit
is within your power to be. 1. Everyone 15 years of age or above may get an X-ray.
Don't bother to turn over a new leaf-the old one 0
is still good enough if only you clean it up a.bit. Don't 2. It does not hurt to have an X-ray.
make a long list of resolutions to put away in the fam- "
ily Bible and forget; but when a choice of action con- 3. It takes only a minute. .
fronts you think twice-and do the right thing. '''' .'

Yes 1916 is dead! May the world be a better placein ". .'. 4. You do not have to undress. t .. .i\
which to live at the end of 1947. That is the eternal < .
hope of mankind.A 5. You will get a confidential. report on the result. of your. j';; '
Now that we will soon be entering upon the new .
year, it seems an opportune time for local merchants to
get together and make out a definite program to govern
opening and closing customs on the various holidays Schedule of Mobile Unit In Bradford
X-Ray County
throughout the year. Perhaps this could best be accomplished -
through the medium of the Chamber of

Commerce.It .
seems to be the custom (and a very unsatisfac- .
to have January 3rd --- Lawtey School Building (White)
tory one) as each holiday approaches! some .i. .
member of the city police force or some interested mer-

whether chant'the go or round fifty not or they and sixty will obtain business close Individual on'hoq a*t certain sin;committmentsfrom town h"oliday.as to .J.J...:{ ': ,, jj., HOURS --- 1010 12 Ae M. and 1 to' 2 P. M. ,:. ,,.

This usually results in a very unsatisfactory arrange t''f'' '''''!; '
ment with some places wanting to close all day others WHITE STUDENTS 15 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER AND ALL WHITE 'ADULTSI
favoring'half' a day. and some few not wanting to closeat

This procedure must be undertaken before every

holiday throughout the year and is a lot of unnecessary 3 to 5 P. M. Colored Students 15 Years and Over And All Colored Adults
trouble for someone. Then too it is confusing to buyers --- ---
who never know whether stores will be closed on a

.. certain day or not. I '" ,
It'has been suggested that local business men holda '
meeting soon after the first of the year make out a
list of legal holidays upon which it is customary to 6 ARMORY BUILDING, STARKE --- Red Cross Rooms

close: up shop and decide definitely whether they shall
close all day half a day, or not at.all. Then this sched- -

ule inconvenienced could be publicized by finding so that stores customers unexpectedly would closed.not be January 6 January 7 & 8 January 9

We believe that merchants would benefit from
this plan for a disappointed customer is apt to go 9:30 A.M. to 12 Noon White 10 A. M. to 12 Noon and 2 10 A.M..to.12 Noon Colore)
elsewhere for his needs and might form the habit of
shopping outside of the Starke trade area. Students 15 Years of Age P. M. to 5 P. M. Students 15 Years and Ov

I A GRIM LESSON WELL LEARNED and OverAll I All White Population 15 and All Colored School E

Stupidity can be counted a major sin when it is White School Employees
neither more nor less than failure to use one's ordinary Years and Over. ployees.
! every-day garden variety of common sense. Certainly ,t
should know that large hotel without fire ,
\any one a "e'""""'"
' 3:00 to 5:30 P. M. Rural'
, escapes with a flue-like arrangement of staircases and
with interior walls not proven to be non-inflammable is White Students 15 Years and All X-Rays Sponsored By 2 to 4 P. M. & 7 to 8 P.
a fire trap. Yet for some reason, the Winecoff hotel I
passed inspection.The Over. And All White Rural Bradford County Tubercu'AII Colored Population 1|
South has grieved with the city of Atlanta
that the nation's greatest hotel disaster should have School Employees. losis & Health Association. Years and Over.
happened in the Georgia metropolis. It is now unkindto
call to ask those responsible for the city's fire regulations -
for their negligence however crass was not
exactly wilful and the disaster represents personal
tragedy to all, or most of them. This Appeal, In The Interest of the Public Welfare, Sponsored by the Following:
But in this instance unkindness: may pay off !if
Atlanta's experience becomes 'an example! that leads all
cities and towns to look into their own fire hazards and

essential take action modern rather safety than devices.mere consideration to provide ,Koch Drug Store Hart Furniture Co.

While not necessarily applying in Atlanta's case it is :-. "
conceivable that civic office-holders might postpone :J.... .. .
such' action through unwillingness to ask or force in- I .-' ,." -' .'" ,
fluential property-owners to make expensive safety in- f :i':; "n :>>:, Stump's Store
stallations. This type of neglect sometimes occurs inline H. C. Wall Agency i !
i with a broad "economy" program-but the label -.
, "economy" is not infrequently a cover-up for an of- ,
ficial's own shortcomings. The value of lives is not x
monetary. As they say about money, "You can't takeit 0 J. P. Roberts Motors
with you" and public men through intptness fail to ,
realize this or who. rank political fortune as more important RobbingsWard
than responsibility to office are hardly worth
their stature in salt. '
,.. Such indictment of course, applies no more to : Florida Bank at Starke
public officials than to any individual citizen who
. ." through heedlessness or carelessness does not take precaution Seat Cover Co. : F. D. I. C.
against the danger and risks of fire. e l\IeJn'eFi' d National Group
Starke doesn't have skyscrapers but it has fires
including two thus far this winter which have caused
death and serious injury. It assuredly behooves the
people of this town and all others to investigate heat. Bradford County Tuberculosis & Health AssociationI.
ing arrangements, determine hazards and put into ef-
1 fect and force all measures required for public safety
and-fife pevention.i .

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late Farm of holly and was balanced beautifully decorated were served.Christmas A -Mr.grounds and Mrs.Friday J. night.G Caldwell I Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Moore returned -I Mrs. Ivey Anderson.. IS YOUR !LIVE! ?
by three branched candel- treo and to their home In Miami O B. .
Wbitfieldcixn '' other Yuletide decora- anil daughter Frances, spent Saturday -I Thompson and Mrs J R ,
Mrx. Hryon abra holding red tapers. At each tions added to (last Wednesday after having Jones and her little ',
. the attractivenessor with Mr. and Mrs. J. B daughter
end of this table there was a the Richarde home for this Caldwell In Ocala. I visited Mr. and Mrs. G E. Crows Linda, went to Ft. Bragg N. C., FOR HELP
handsome silver service. and other relatives in this section last
lovely affair. weekend for Jones
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girls at home
PARTY From one Mrs. L. F. Chapman from of the state for three weeks Is now here with his family and ?' If you led bilious, sour,
sT"\S and unusual beauty poured coffee and from the other BRIDGE CLUB: PARTY their various colleges for I Mr.\ and Mrs. P. D. Fanoher, for Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier for bloated with gas, headachy blue*,
jance Mrs. A. M. Richards The State Farm Bridge Club' the Christmas holidays are Misses Jr., of River Junction the Yuletide grouchy you may bo putting too bin I
Christmas party of poured tea. were season. burden
td the held Its Lila Rae Caldwell and Roberta a on your liver.Kcuunec! undigested -
Club that Additional refreshments consisted annual Christmas party Whitfield Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.P Mr. and Mra! Durwood Williams food becomes putrefactive,
the of sandwiches and cake. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. and Garland Godwin,(I D. Fancher. causes toxins, which overload the .
ed with the meeting: In The red H. G. Davis and Jimmie and children. James and liver, keeping it from
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room Tuesday afternoon of and green decorations of the lat- Thursday evening.A Mrs A, Dradlt'Y'1 I )Ir. and Mrs. Dan Mehalko 0 f Catherine, of Milton, came Sunday rrly. 'I'ht'lis the time to relieve your"
ter further emphasized the seas- lovely Christmas tree, a pro- Richards Scranton Pa. were visitors of to be with Mr. and Mrs J. L>. tired liver by letting Calotabs help
Leek. was achieved with onal motif. fusion of holly and poinsettia and II. M.\ Richarde and children, Jane I I I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Sundaynight. Williams during the Christmas nature sweep the putrefactive and
nd Mrs. J. C. lighted windows made an Ideal and Henry spent Friday night partially digested matter from your
polnsetttas and with the Wallace, first vice I holidays Other visitors of Mr. stomach and Intestines Nothing acts
traditional tree. ,president, presided over the brief setting for this affair. with relatives In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs, Casper Shelton Just like good old CalO 1bll!.Use OA directed.
of background of holly business session. On this At seven supper was served at Bob Barkley of Newburg, N. Y., Snpp announce the birth of a son, and Mrs. Williams!! Sr., last week ICto and 250 at your drllw1b1.
Jt t the the,Christmas occasion the card tables. It consisted arrived Monday to spend the Lary Shelton Sapp. The baby were Mr and Mrs John I* Wll-
mantel there gifts from
rustic the
t the Holy Scene Club to Its young protege,, Kar- a chicken salad course followed Christmas holidays with Mrs.\ was born at the home of his ]llama and baby, of Tallahassee. Take CALOTABS!!
ren Johnson of by a dessert of ambrosia and Barkley and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. -- -.------ .
its charm Enhanced by a Enterprise, were I fruit cake String fellow.
displayed. with coffee MrsNelle .
from graduated can- I I f .
!Hour Beavers Mrs. W. E. Feagle returned '
was the'
During the social hour Mrs. guest of f: .
Jack Freeman, tIle club on this occasion. Friday from Hilliard where she S '
Mrs. Martin Griner, Jr., by After the exchange of attrac- went Monday to take her mother, .
RPENTER'SF "White Christmas" and sang tive gifts three progressions of Mrs C. F. Edwards, who had been I
an at-
tractive medley of carols. Memen contract were played.Vhen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Feaglefor ,
toes-of the party were gifts that scores were added Mrs J. R Kite two weeks. /I444/a;
were exchanged among the proved to be winner of high prize, During the holiday season Spen-
bers and guests present. mem- stationery, and Mrs. W. N. Northof cer Crews and ..P.atrlclaVUlard
second high, a. double deck of are visiting their grandmother,
FAMILY CHRISTMAS PARTY cards. In "bingo" Mrs. L. F. Mrs. Emma Rivers, and other relatives S. "
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richards Chapman won score pads. In Auburndale.Mrs. .. tel ,
were hosts at their home Sunday Pat Hanson and daughter :
afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock, Major and Mrs. Martin Griner and Mrs. Bftinche Phillips of ,:.
having as their guests relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman Tampa were overnight guests of
of Mrs. Richards who gather each went to Daytona Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker Thurs- 't
year for a family Christmas tree Capt and Mrs. John Conner this day.Sgt. D .
and exchange of gifts. week.J. and Mrs. Jack D. Bradleyof 7NIJ SFA.fOHm" '""' .
Those who were present were M Bradley visited relativesin Tampa came Saturday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville last weekend.A Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. I
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. group of teen-age boys and Mrs. C. D. Seller and Mrs. P. I / ) I
Durden and family, of Jackson girls of the Farm had a weiner S. Crews visited Mr. and Mrs. D.
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I Gala Parties Fill Holiday Calendar I Business Women's O. L. Beasley Home I I Birthday Party Yule Party at FP<:.L=

WMU Circle Scene of Lovely For Barbara BiggsThe Wives
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Christmas Event Bridge LuncheonThe I home of Mrs. Ethel M. ployees of the Florida )1'. '
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Mr. and Mrs. Hart Gassett-Dowling I Winklers Celebrate Biggs on Walnut Street was the Light Co., enjoyed theirChristmas 'milu*
25th I The home of Mrs R. A. Green outstanding social event of scene of a gay party Monday aft- party in the c?
Hosts At SupperThe I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dowling of Anniversary was the scene recently of a last week was the bridge lunch ernoon at 3 o'clock when Mrs. Leslie -f offices last Friday afternuon pang

Church Street home of Mr. I Raiford announce the marriage of I Christmas Day was a triple Christmas party given by the eon given Friday by Mrs O. L. Biggs entertained in honor of 3:30 o'clock. Gifts were ex hang.ed .
I their daughter, Dorothy, to Marion celebration at the home of Mr. members of the Business Women Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Klncaid her daughter, Barbara who cel- and refreshments were served
and Mrs W H. Hart was the Davis Gassett son'ef Mr. and Mrs. E. A. WInkler on Tem- Circle of the First Baptist Church at the home of the former on ebrated her fifth birthday anniversary with the traditional Christmas,

scene Tuesday evening:, Dec. 17, I and Mrs. Pate Gaasett of this I ple Avenue. In addition to the and their husbands. The living; North Walnut Street. Guests at that time. tree forming the focal point uf
of a lovely buffet supper. The I city. The ceremony was performed usual holiday observance, Dec. room was attractively decoratedwith were members of their bridge The children were entertainedon Interest.
on Wednesday, December 18, club and a. few visitors. the lawn, where a peanut hunt -
living room of the home was I I 25: marked the Winkler's 23th Yuletide ornaments and a, ,
beautifully decorated with Yule- in Folkston! Ga. wedding anniversary, and it was lovely Christmas tree. The Red gladioli and red roses were was the highlight in a series of The TELEGRAPH has Just rp.
lighted crlved
tide ornaments, including: a lighted The bride was attended by Mrs also the 18th birthday anniversary used In decorating the living games. new pre-war.qualily RilL;
Christmas tree. Supper was Helen Scoggins of Starke her of their daughter, Miss group enjoyed an evening of room and reception hall where I Later In the afternoon the rubber band *. Plenty 0 f
served on a table covered with a sister, and Mr. Gassett had as Merry WlnXler. games and recreation. Mine five tables were placed for the young guests were Invited Into s-t-r-e-t-c-h and snap and
white lace tablecloth and a cen- his best man Rudolph Scoggins, Mrs. WInkler Is the daughter Hazel Phillips was awarded the guests. __ : the house to sing Christmas Carols strength. {Four sizes at -t9c per
ter piece of red poinsettias: Red also of Starke. ,of the late Mr. and Mrs. O. G. prize in a "Husband Guessing At 12:30 o'clock luncheon was enjoy the brightly lighted quarter-pound box.: A real bargain
Candlea were placed at each end Mrs. GiSHett chose for her wedding -' Ferguson of Mlcanopy 'and she Contest." served buffet style from a beau- I tree, a d"cut the birthday cake.
of the table. Those present to a light blue suit with all 'I came to Starke to live 'in 1921. GIfts were exchanged and delicious tifully appointed table. An exquisite !Refreshments of Ice cream, Indi-
enjoy the evening with the host- black accessories and wore a I Mr. WInkler, a native of New Orleans refreshments of chicken sal- arrangement red carnations vidual cakes, and Christmas candles GET THE
esses were Mr. and Mrs. Bob corsage of red roses. La., came to Starke In 1910 .ad and cold cane Juice were serv- balanced by burning red were served, and favors were a SPEED) SUZ?
Leaner and daughter, Linda, Mr. Mr. Gassett la engaged" in the i and has lived here ever since, ed by Mrs. Green! to her guests. tapers in silver candelabra, form- balloons.
and Mrs. L. E. Colson, Mr. and hardware business with his father ;being engaged In the electrical About 22 people were present at ed the decorative note for the About 25 of her young friends RELIEF FOR AClfi
Mrs. Marvin Lawson and chil- here. He attended Bradford High ,business. this delightful occasion. table which wall overlaid withan enjoyed this ,occasion with the
dren, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. School and served during the war I Those present with Mr. and imported linen cut-work cloth. young honoree. INDIGESTION

Nasworthy. with the 31st (Dixie) Division In ,Mrs. Winkler on this happy occasion U.D.C. to MeetThe All appointments on the table
the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre, and I were their three daughters, were of silver. Jr. Club to Meet

Bible Hour PartyThe participated in .campaigns on I Mrs. Arthur W. Masters, and W, T. Weeks Chapter, Adding a further note of beauty I The Junior Women's Club will I 1Carpenter's I I
New Guinea, Netherlands Indies, I Misses Merry and Martha loanWinkler UDC will meet on Thursday, Jan. and charm to the dining room conduct Its regular monthly meet-
Bible Story Hour of the and the*Philippines. ; their three sons War 2, at 3:30 o'clock at the home of: was an arrangement on the buffet Ing Thursday afternoon, January
First Methodist Church held its 'ren, George, ana Edward; Mr. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. The regular .
The bride attended Union Coun- of silver spikes, topped with silver .2, In the club building. Hostessesfor
Christmas party last Tuesday In Lake Butler. :Masters, Dorothy and Arline Masters meeting time was postponed needles. '
ty High School bells and silvered pine the day will be Mrs. Fred '
afternoon Dec. 17, at the Recre- and Judge. and Mrs. Geo. A. one day because of the NewYear's with Drug Store
Mr. Sand Mrs Gassett are mak- Christmas candle holders Guy, Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Mrs
ation Building. Christmas carols ing their home in Starke.Youth' Gardiner. holiday. I burning red tapers and miniaturesnow Vernon Silcox .
were sung and Mrs. W. J..Church. men completed the buffet
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well told the Christmas story to I
the group with the use of visual i Fellowship decorations.
seated for lunchat
aid pictures. Prizes were presented -
Enjoys Yule SocialThe card tables table be-
the each
to those children who had
maintained perfect attendance at Methodist Youth Fellow- ing overlaid with a white lunch BIG STAGESHOW
eon cloth and centered with a
the Bible Hour week.
each Staff ship held its Christmas party at .
I( burning red candle Christmastree.
members also
were presented'
;the Church Recreation Building It'* a> funny thing about that the way, have you tried them? .
gifts. Friday evening, Dec. 20. The mystic element called "Christmas I They're delicious Following luncheon, bridge was
Santa Claus came In at Just the
group gathered together and sang Spirit" We around
right time and greeted all the go enjoyed. Scores were kept on
young people with a hearty hello Christmas carols and playegames. < Scrooge-like for weeks, not feel Glad to see Mary Lee Hancock tallies carrying out the Christ- I
and out The building was dec ing a thing We might do a back at Carpenter's after her ten- mas motif. Making high score
passed ,
gifts, tangerines
and boxes of candy. About 129 orated In the Christmas theme little early .shopping 'cause we've day bout with flu She wishes for club members was Mrs. T. F.
children and 40 visitors were with a lovely lighted tree at one been told we should, but our heart to thank the many friends who Grady, while Mrs. J. B. Cottrell
pres- end of the room. Gifts were exchanged Isn't really in it If* actual remembered her with little kindnesses made high for visitors. Each received -
ent to take part In the fun.
and it was decided that drudgery, what little bit we do during her Illness a set of cocktail napkinsas
they would be sent to needy famllles. Then, all of a sudden, about Seems that Paul and Gladys a reward. Miss Jean Irwin of Thursday Jan. 2
Delicious refreshments of three days before Christmas, it Canova. are rating tops In the line Fort Monmouth, N. J. and Mrs.
If an eventis pop corn balls cookies, and hits us It might be the bright- of Christmas gifts Paul has B. A. Pope of Norfolk, Va., were ,
punch were served and about 315 eyed excitement of a child, or the a friend who bestowed upon him presented with Jars of cream
worth havingit young people were present to participate familiar strains of a beloved carol one fresh $100 bill and Gladyswas sachet, gifts of remembrancefrom POLLY JENKINS
in the fun. Miss Phoebe or the smell of warm fruit the recipient of a bottle of the hostess.

Green and Miss Paula McLaurin cake emerging from the oven champagne, vintage 1894! Those enjoying the hospitality
is worthremembering acted as hostesses for. the Intejr But whatever the cause, It "hits Something tells me she'll be hav- of Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. KIncaid AND HER MUSICAL PALS

mediate league and Mrs. W. J. us", and simultaneously everyoneelse ing plenty of company as soon were Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs.
Churchwell, Mrs. T. H. O borne .. There's an entirely different as this news gets around A. Z. Adkins Mra. B. A. Pope, WITH .
and Mn. N. T. Green assisted for atmosphere on the street Dust off the welcome mat for Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. JuniusM.
with pictures the senior young people. Friends greet each other more Tom and Flo Slade and children, Smith. Mrs. I. N. Breazeale,
The Fellowship was delighted cordially, with a real note of due to arrive from Georgia todayto ; Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs J. W, UNCLE DAN. ana TEXAS ROSE
to have as guests at this Christmas warmth and sincerity in their make their permanent home Andrews, Mrs O. L. Haynes,
party Wilbur Bruce and voices Instead of the half-hearted 'at their place on Kingsley Lake Mrs. T. F. Grady Miss Jean Ir-

,Charles Sykes of Enterprise. "howrya" or "whatchano" ., win, Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. Ethel (Formerly Featured With Gene Autry In
H. Osborne
Smiles are broader ..... Crowds ot: Biggs Mrs. R. P. Stubbing,. Mrs.
Clair Jean Mundy last-minute shoppers Jostle each Peeked! in at the Service Centeron Robert Kite, Mra. J. B. Cottrell, Pictures And With National Barn Dance)

WRITE. BOX' 42SOB other good-naturedly. Automobile Christmas Eve long enoughto Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. L. A.
CALL AT'. ., A. Has Birthday ,Paraty I drivers ,catch the fever see the crowd of teen-agers Davis Mrs. Edward Burns, and '

HOOVER. BROs.,.* STUDIO, .. '(entertatned .and tear around .corners: von two having the time of; their lives at Mrs. E. L. MatthewallCourthouse 3Shows 3:30-: : 7:30: -.9:30
'Mrs. W. D.' Mundy wheels, and it all', seems great the formal dance i arranged by :
Wednesday afternoon of last week! good fun-part of a game Mrs. Mattle Gahagan, sponsor of:
at her lovely home on North Suddenly the shopping chore that the Center, and ably assisted by Party
Church Street in honor of her seemed such drudgery before be- Mrs Della Hoover and Mrs. W. ADMISSION: Adults 75c Children 25c
County officers and members
young daughter Clair-Jean who comes real pleasure and in a sudden A. Bonham 'iA beautifully of
the courthouse staff
was celebrating her seventh birth- burst of generosity we rush lighted Christmas tree to gathered
helped DOUBLE
together in the office of the Sup-
f ONCEtGAIN day anniversary at that time. The out to buy gifts for even thosewe form the setting as the boys and erintendent of Public Instruction,
young friends gathered on the had decided to check off the girls danced Good to see the
front lawn and played games with list this year! Yes, Christmas three grandsons, Chan, Bob, and Arthur morning R.to McRae. last Saturday "SUDAN" In TechnicolorAnd

j 1 ', the honoree.! Christmas decorations Is a wonderful thingafteryou Jim Stith. of :Mrs. H. L. Brown- tree and party.enjoy The a Christmas had .
adorned a beautifully decor get the "spirit" Too bad lee down for the holidays and group
k. ated table in the middle of the some scientist can't figure out a Madge Brownlee home for the previously drawn names for gifts

It U our pltaturt to UI/NI' lawn and guests were served way to Inject it into us early in holidays from Montreat Of: and time.they A.t.were Thomas distributed at this .. "GOD'S COUNTRY"
Clerk of
lA. eomplimtntt oAt N.* cake, candy, and Coca-Colas for December, rather than having to course, the usual crowd was also the Court, acted as master of
Year to our /Htndt and to refreshments. Favors of candy wait to catch It naturally a there-Vivian McRae, Barney Mc- ceremonies and informal talks
asps our hop that M.tuxlttftlit animal were distributed to the couple of days before the dead. Rae, Idell Landrum, B. C. Holta- were offered by various others.

months ta'Ul bring to group. line endorf, and just lots of others Santa Claus__ __ wan___ impersonated
Mrs. Mundy was assisted In entertaining -- Mrs. Ganagran distributed n
you and your At tbunJonct gal. by t> Joe Hill Williams of-Lake Butler E81LC
by her mother, Mrs. Thone little Informal gatherings Ions of hot chocolate which f!
and ,. was
.1 good shines good .al' and he arrived in time to dIs-
you to mAlT rl.,,,,,.. J. B. Bapp." Mrs. H. C." Bitch, that are even more fun than the welcomed by all the crowd tribute the gifts. Refreshments TM FL-:
Xrs. J R. Kite, and Mrs. Whit fussy parties are holding sway as of Coca-Colas, san d w Iches, STARKE
usual at this time of year, and Christmas Soonest Virginia and
About cookies
Sturgis young people potato chips, and fruit
I hear that the "class reunion"out Junius -Smith providing turkey
to enjoy the delightful were served. About 26
were present people
at Peggy Sibley' Pine Tree dinners at the Guidon Grill Tuesday were present..
affair with Clair-Jean. Inn tother night was a grand success for all members of their force

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-- -- J. C. GERVAIS a day pranks of yesteryear were him by Mr. and Mrs. Brlnce i

Sonny Haynes. Billy Colson, L Roberts who made a special trip

&. General M. Gaines, Knos Hayes, Herbert Into town from their home at .
Green, Judy McRae, Bobby Mc- Graham on Christmas Eve to pre- I r
BlacksmithBody Rae, Everett McKinney, Freddie sent him with his favorite flower '
Wimberly and Joe Scania . Lucky Woodrow Thomas win- I
Most of the males were important ning two prizes (a turkey and a Greetings i i
Alvarez StoreEST. Buildingand figures on the old Tornado basket of fruit) in the party atGreen's a am
RepairsCor. squad not so long ago so you Store Tuesday afternoon
can Imagine what most of the Leslie an' Edith Biggs an' ., t
1891 Broad & Center talk was about Right!-Foot- dotter enjoying Christmas dinner .. "
Old Colley Shop Starke ball with Ethel Biggs Tuesday night ., ..
I which reminds me that other
Orchids to one of our unsung harried Housewives! might profitby ;
heroines, Mrs. Clyde Priest, who Ethel's precedent She al- to
teaches a. Sunday School class days has her turkey dinner on
Special Reduction for New Year'sNew every Sunday afternoon In a bus Christmas Eve so she can spend
parked in the vicinity of the the big day out of the kitchen, .
Farmers Market Membershipnow visiting
friends and neighbors,
LADIES OVERCOATS All Sizes totals 48 and Mrs. Priest' presenting gift, etc. Not a We wish to extend to all /pour friends I

says that the old saying that bad idea I'll say W
Were 9.50 to 11.50 Now 5.93; each there's always room for one more "I
Is a fallacy, because last Sunday Hear that the L. II. Jennings sincere Good Wishes I
New GIRLS' OVERCOATS, Sizes 8. 16 that "one" had to sit on the family will change its address to for the Happiest .,

steering wheel! How little Chicago for the next six months : --
Were 9.50 -Now ".95 each do some of us know about the Dr. Jennings will close his : ::1

good work that others are doingIn office here on January 1 and ., .. and Most Prosperous New Year '
New GIRLS' COATS Sizes 3.6
ever, ..
the community! Add peo- leave soon thereafter for postgraduate -
2.95 each ple we'll miss: Martha Johnson work In medicine in the .

and son, Holt, who are moving to Windy City Thelma and the .
New DUNGAREES for Boys Metter, Ga.. in order to be with children will accompany him for

Earl the: duration of the course .
Sizes 8 to 16 1.85 *
Guy Sale Is also making news I
New DUNGAREES for Men Spotted ...' Jotted Louise Snyder with his announcement that he'll II I
making the rounds dispensIng 8Oon- go back "on the road" as I
2.75 each tickets to the Junior Club's salesman for the Graham& Jones

Christmas dance Albert Kruae Paper Co., of Jacksonville '
KHAKI PANTS All Sizes staggering along Call Street un- Add people I miss: Mary Wiley !
1.95 each der the weight of a huge basketof (fasteat-nerving waitress In town) GEM JEWELRY CO.
groceries A. E. Wall boldIng who is holidaying with relative

KHAKI SHIRTS down bit new job as small In Tennessee .. Happy birthday
arms mechanic with the National to; Merry Winkler, who was a
1.25 and 1.75 each Guard at Camp Blandlnfr Christmas present to her parents I
.. .., .. Dot Gray off to Gainesville for eighteen years a I' Wednesday 109 CALL ST.STARKE

Xmas and some (as she expressed That's the reason her name
It) of Mothers' good home cookIng Is
HouseTWO Merry instead of Mary aa so PHONE
Nick's.Bargain '. Calvin Williams busily many seem to think 170r.
employed at Nasworthy's Wholesale -

BLOCKS FROM ,BUS STATION Grocery, one of the town' Well. guru lt'.. time to sign off
newest establishments Ed and start
working on those New'
NORTH ON ROAD 13 tilvernaU making the rounds of Year'. resolutions ,I. So long

local] groceries in search Cf "Frl-! See you In 1947! -----r,aAry.A.1WWeWWNNWeAWp.. .
l oa" for Mary Lee ,, .And, by -carolyn. ANAAMAMWWW INWXA WNfiryAAWIAXIIAI"" I1.-"II..n.', __...__ _..J,""" ...,.,"".. _. .,........

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r-- Christmas Time Is Time I I Forming" a congenial family Mrs. F. H. Long and sons I, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes- and 1

Visiting gathering at the home of Mrs.\ Comer and Bill were guests j lot Lauren.. S. C. are guests of son, Enoa, and Mr. and Mni, -

... --- --. --. -- -- .1 G. 'V. Alderman were Mr. and Christmas Day of Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mumly. Jr. B. Strickland were holiday guests
Mrs. Carl Alderman and sons, B. S. Carroll in Jacksonville. Miss Clarke Thomas of Apalachicola Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. E. %V.
1843 no differ-, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. left 1 lira. Bessie Davis and 1
was Vining son,
George and Bruce of :
Baltimore the
iIstfl1B I Spending day with Mr. andMrs. Is the guest of her par Hayes, Jr.. In Jacksonville. .On
1936 Saturday to be holiday of James, drove to Augusta Ga. last
Christmas or guests Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jall Aldermanand Leonard
lrom : were Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomna Christmas\ Day Mr. and Mrs.
1898. True the 'orna- Mr. Vining's brolher-ln-law and week, bringing home with them sons T. J. and Bill, of E. L. Kinchen and '
i Hampton Mr. and Mrs.\ Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hnyea Sr. had as guests their
on the tree were yielding sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tim- Sgt. and Mrs. Fred ROBS to complete and Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Van- James Klnchen and children all i W. H. Nollman and Miss Catharine son-in-law and daughter Mr and

"e "motif moderne" some merman, in Stockton, Ga. the family gathering at the dtvlere and son, Pitner of Bay of Jacksonville.Mr. i Nollman Included the Nollman'a Mra. John Dens of Panama City

Llum plated others of the The C. H. Nasworthys were In Davis home. Pines.Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby i son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. Hayes, parents, Mr. and
111, neW plastics; and there Jacksonville for the day with Mr. Mrs W. J. Epperson Sr. was and Mrs. J. A. Martinezwere spent Christmas Day. with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd of St. Mrs. A. S. Strickland.
hint of neon lightsreplacing Nasworthy's mother Mrs. W. A. hostess at a family dinner Sun- from West Palm Beach Crosby's '
rVen a up parents, Mr. and Mrs. Petersburg, Mr. and Mra S. O. Guests of Dr. and Mm. C. C
'GIe. the blinking Naaworthy. day. Guests Included Mr. and for a holiday visit with Mr. and H. W. Townsend In Lake City. Hutcheson and Mrs. Florence MendoslIn Jacksonville on

blubs of today and .the Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mra.! R. L* Epperson R. L. Ep Mrs. Joe Martinez. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin are Hutcheson of Jacksonville, and Christmas Day were Mr.' and Mrs.T. .

.g candles of yesterday. Smith are Mr. and Mrs. Victor person Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold The H. E. Tuckers have as their guests of relatives In Miami. George W. Eby of Emory University J. Griffin Miss/ Annie Darby,
than that Christmas McKlnney and son, Danny, all of guests Mrs. Tucker's uncle .and Mrs. Mae Edwards. Miss Elaine
guiiier Smith of, Pennsgrove, N. J., and Atlanta. Mra. Carrie Bitch, Thos O. Rltch.
1M pretty much the same- Mr. and Mrs. Brerewood Davis Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Huttoof Edwards and Jimmie Cannon Raws.m J. Davis of the State Lt. (Jg), a member of the staff
[gent of the< populace hayue3tS of Herlock, Md. Anderson, W. J. Epperson Jr., Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Hutto celebrated spent Monday In Jacksonville Auditing Department, who lacurrt'ntly at Victory Memorial Hospital.

la to share the fun Receiving Santa Claus at the and Mrs. Leila. Weeks. her birthday anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and assigned to work at Waukegan. III., N. T. Hitch of

tile feast with the 'family home_ of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Mrs. C. R. Wilson of Dade Christmas Day too. children of Live Oak were Bronson Is upending the holidayshere Miami, lol,.. Bitch anti their
:be other 80 percent acurryr were Freddie and Marjorie Ellen City is spending the week with Mrs. R. S. Fernandez has with guests Christmas Day of Mr. and with! his family. daughter Dianne
to be guests of. someone her son, Clifford Wilson of the her her grandaughters Mary Mrs. D. L. Silcox. Friends of Mrs. W. E. Middle-
Thomson who were here from Mr. and Mrs. W. L. West and
Electric Service & Supply. Alice and Fay Yarbrough, who Mr. and Mrs.\ Milton Brownies ton will be glad to know that
with their
Lloyd parents, Mr. and daughter! Dorothy. of Brndentoii,
I to, at this happiest and Mr. Wm. H. Thomson. Mrs. Eula Whigham and Miss are attending college In Madison, Jr. and daughter. Catherine of she Is improving, after being confined were guexts of Mm. West's
I Ume of the year, this 18.. Madge Whigham were guests of WIs., and her daughter Miss\ Isa- Gainesville were guests Sunday/ of to her home for several ,
I bcother-ln-law anti slater Mr. and
L pIcture. as near as the Tel- Guests of the Rev. and Mrs. relatives In Statesboro Ga. bel Fernandez a member of the Mrs. J. M. Brown 1('('. weeks because of Illness. ,
L could ascertain of what L. D. Haines were Mr. Halnes' Miss Pat Lambe left Saturdayfor faculty at Elmira College, N. Y. Mrs. W H. Hart and daughter Mrs. Kdlth: Mosrley and, Mra.L Mrs. H. L. Starling.

liking place around the flre- mother, Mrs. B. R. Haines, and Wheeling, W. Va., to spend For wedding portrait see T. II. Kay Mrs. J. C. Manning and Mrs. K. Moaeley and children spent The A. U. HaUer and children
Juid buffets In Starke dur-. nephew, John Names of Altamont two weeks with Mrs. Mary A.I Onlmrne. Soe a
ristmaa week 1946. Springs.Jim Connelly and John M. Connelly. J 11. Rowe Is never happier Jacksonville.Roy Mr.. S. L. Peek and family Jacksonville.
home of Mr. and Mrs. :J. P. Deaver took advantage of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. then when surrounded by his children Ward pent Christmas Day were dinner guests Christmas Clirlstmm Day wna reunion timeat

gwas g the scene 'of a faronlon the two-day store closing to visit Hutchings are Mr. Hutching and grandchildren and gath- i In Qultman Ga., with his parent, Day of Mr. and Mrs.' C A. Darby the home of Mm J. W. Mrln-
with dinner guests In'' 'his mother, Mrs. J. O. Deaver in sisters (and brothers-in-law) Mr. ered around his festive board Mr. and Mrs." George W. Ward. at Santa Ke Lake. In the evenIng tush on Lafayette Street when

r 5rr. and Mrs. D. L, Dur- I Brunswick, Ga. and Mrs. W. S. Robinson and Christmas Day were Clyde Rowe, Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the group drove to Gaines I she was hostess to her children

d children of Jacksonville!I II Mrs. B. F. Flowers of Ocala Is John Robinson of Dupo. nl, and U.S.N., Jacksonville; Vernon Olin W. White and family were ville to, Join Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt anti their families! : Mr. mul Mrs.J. i

d I Mrs. Norman Johns and the guest of her son-in-law and the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Avery Rowe, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. JV.. White Milts Olive C. Jones at their home there. I W Mcintosh Jr.. of Gaines
tier' Patricia, of Lake But-|I daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. and daughter, Joe Ann, of Green- Leslie Biggs and daughter, Barbara Ray. and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sgt. and Mrs. R W. Reese are villa Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mclntosh I
fkrs.! Lillian Conway and Canova. yule Ala. Sue, and Mr. and Mrs. Char. Savage and daughter Yvonne. of guests of Mrs.' Ree e'. parents! and baby, Sandra, of Jacksonville

tier of Branford. Mrs1. Ches- I Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Uazen 'were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott were les Burton. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ad.im Gieen. Sgt. L Tlllmnii McIntosh of .1
Lg and Jewett Fogg of Gra- dinner guests of Mrs. Scott's brother- Dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Included among tho guests. of Reese III on II 30-day furlough I Lake City, and Mr. anti Mrs.
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
jand Mrs. Ltnnle McCulley Carlyle Ritch in Gainesville.Mr. in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and family were Mr. and Mrs. W. Hogan Smith from his Htatlutt.'/* In Hawaii. I Clyde J. Priest .and family 41l
JMto Florence McCulley of Walter Glatzau, in Deland. Bobble Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones of were Mr. and Mrs. Artfoid Brown Together for Christmas) dinnerat Starke.: '
and Mrs. J. R.-Klt. were Glatzau stationed aboard the Santa Fe Lake Mr. and Mrs. and I Fresh stork of excellent typewriter
I son, Artfortl Jr., of Gainesville the home of Mr. and Mrs.
r E.r home portraits see 'T. H in West Palm Beach to enjoy the cruiser Toledo, was at home' on Robert Wilcox and children of and Mrs. R. C. Weaver and Dave Levin were Mrs.' Levin's ribbon ut TIlE TKI.KGRAPH. -
5. See ad on pa** .- day with Mr. and :Mrs. Leslie Christmas leave. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miss Coylla Weaver of Jackson brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and Only ito) earn for all
land Mra. H. C. Ritch wereat Kite and Dr. O. L. Kelly. Miss Betty Sue Sexton and Ken Dennis and children, and R. A. ville. Mrs. James Spaulty of Green snakes" typewriters and adding

[ dinner Monday eveningr. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richardof and Billy Chapman left Tuesdayfor Weeks. Willie Strickland of Nichols, a Cove Springs", Mrs. Agnea Spaulty, inarhlnes.
and Mrs. Barney Scholtzord Jacksonville were guests of a holiday visit! with Mrs.H. I'vt. John (Cooter) Anderson student at Florida Southern was and Mr and Mm. Joe Arnold.Mr. Mrs. Annie Laura Neuner of
and Mr. and Mrs. W. their son-in-law and daughter, L. Sexton In Atlanta.Mr. recently transferred from San Antonio the holiday guest of relatives and Mrs.. T. E. Duncan and Tampa was the guest Christmas
Jwper of Gainesville. Onmu Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch and Texas to Chanute Field, 111., children. Sue and Teddy, of Day of her brother-in-law and
i Day Mr. and Mrs. Ritch The day was made happier by the children, Charlie and Martha, of to attend sheet metal workers here.Mrs.. W. B. Sewell, Miss Virginia Gainesville were dinner guests. Mister, Mr.. and Mrs, I. P. Shep:

guests of relatives In fact that Mary Sue Epperson has Tallahassee, were guests of Mr school arrived home Christmas Sewell, and Jlnimlo Sewell Thursday Mr. and Mrs. K. G. herd.Mr.
nlle. recovered from a recent attackof and Mra. C. A. Futch. Mack Day for a short furlough. left Wednesday afternoon for Duncan. and Mrs. W. W. Page and

Ursula. Barnes music dlr pneumonia and was back, homein Futch, home for the holidays I :Ai'r. and Mrs. EldrIdge Smith Lee burg and will be In Orlando Charles Knight vpent Christmas children of Lake City were guestson
at BHS, spent the holidays time for the holiday. : from the U. of F., O. M. Slstrunk and Diana are spending the holidays today to meet Miss Gayle Sewell Day In Gainesville with his parents Christmas Day of Mra, W. II.
home in Daytona Beach. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jenningsand Joe Slstrunk and Cyrus Sistrunk I with relatives in Shubuta, who arrives by plane from Atlanta Mr. and Mra. H. V. Knight.Mr. Struth and Miss Kate Struth.

Pauline Torode had as her children, Mrs. Emily Den- completed a happy family group. Miss. to Join them In a holiday and Mrs. L. A. RennoldH. Wm. G. Struth of Jacksonvillewas
at Kingsley Lake Mrs.Isturgea : mark and S. G. and J. K. Den- Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. (Judy) I 'Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilt and visit with the J. D. Cottrella In hail as Christmas dinner guests a holiday guest of his motheron

and daughter Mary mark were dinner guests of Mr. McRae. Hope Valley, R. I., are. children Buddy and Ann, of Detroit Leesburg. Senator and Mrs. Charley E. Tuesday.

lot Meridian. Miss. and Mr.lira. and Mrs. JoaeprTThomas In Cres with Mr. McRae's\ parents, Mr. I Mich., were guests of Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., a student at Johns and daughter Markley, Ann, Dr. and Mra.. W. >R. Mlddleton
John Arthur Torode.. I cen t'City. and Mrs. Russell McRae. The Wilt's parents Dr. and Mrs. Emory University Is the guest and Homer Johns, of Starke: and Miss. Madge Middleton hail.
and Mrs. John Moyer of Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Colson and visiting Mrs. McRae Is quite delighted -I I Lemuel COl on, Sunday and Mon- of his mother Mrs.' O. L. Haynes. Jerome Johns of Emory UnIver- as dinner" guests Mr. and! Mrs.. K.L .

iiwllla spent Christmas Day children Dianne and Margaret, with the novelty of pickIng ,' day. After spending part of the Mr. ard Mrs. T. W. Attawaywere sity; Mrs. Io'redlfeudon of Elgin Middleton and daughter, Mar-
I Mrs. Moyer's parents, the spent the day with :Mr. and Mrs. luscious ripe strawberries holidays with friends In Georgia guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee III.; Mra. A. M. Pettit, Mr. Jorle Sue, and Ben Dowllng. allot
|and Mrs.- L. O. Hemingway. G. B. Colson in Brooker. from Russell's fine patch for Miss Wilt will return to Starketo Attaway In Fitzgerald Ga. and Mrs. A, M. Pettlt, Jr., antI> Jacksonville, anti Mrs. Barbara
Jiered for dinner at, the Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson was the Christmas dinner. remain with her grandparentsand F. A. Scott spent the day In Mr. and Mr*. A. J. William of Ilreaxeale.

I of Mrs.i M. F. Brown" were holiday guest of her parents, Mr. The J. H. Dupres and daughter attend BHS. Ormond Beach with his son-in- Alachim; and Ensign Charles Williams Dr. and Mrs. T. R. Morgan of

Is.( W. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R. H. Boyles, in Mid- Nancy were Christmas Day Miss Jean Davis and A. W. An- law, Stanley Carnell and son*. USN, of Jacksonville. Montlcrllo were holiday guests of
\Brown Miss Marian Brown. dleburg. guests of Mr. Dupree'a brotherinlaw derson were In Archer Wednes- Pre-holiday guests of Mn. O. Mat U. S. Attorney II. V. Mrs. Morgan' brother-in-law and
)r. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown Together at the home of Mrs. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. day visiting their aunt. Miss J. Griffin on Sunday were Mrs. Knight and family of Gainesvillewere sister Senator and Mm. Charley
iildren, Betty and Billy ofisaee. Celia Manassa and Mrs. T F. Harrington, in Palatka.Mr. Mamie Anderson. Miss Anderson W. J. Griffin, Mrs. Maude Alex visiting relatives and friends K. Johns.

"Sister" Brown de- Grady were Mr. and Mrs. D. B. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover had returned with them and is the ander, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Grlf. here Monday. Their daughter; The R.v, and Mrs..,W. J. Church-

., the occasion as, "a 90t White of Fernandina Philip Man- as guests Sunday )trs. Hoover's holidays guest of her brother-in- fin and daughter. Verna Jean, MIHM Merry Itethf' an FSCW student WI'Il.1 and theirbouss: \ guest .Mrs ...
family reunjon'; :,t a JjA i assa of. ,HoijYW 4,., Gall., )1r. stepmother. Mrs. LulalX Darling, law and sister Mr. and Mm. I 1 is and be fitted for you* and Mrs. Al Manassa of Charlotte, and Mrs. Gladys Darling, both of M. Davlsf She will be here for Griffin of St. Augustine won the them and. remained. for a longer the day in .Lakeland with Mr.. .

4 winter SPIREIXA healthit N. C., Mr. and Mrs. George Man I Waycross, Ga. I the annual Anderson family reunion .truest. of hU mother Tiiexdnv.- visit. .. ._ with_n .her.. Il'randDarent.__u. CTol.u and Mrs. W. D. Kmbry..'
,corsets girdles, and albeit assa and children of Atlanta Col. and Mrs. D. E. u Knight at Gold Head Branch next Mrs. Mary Edwards of Jack and Mrs. I). !K. Knight.

rglcaj *. Corsetiere I Thomas F. Grady, and Miss Jean spent Christmas In Jacksonville :' Sunday. sonville Is staying through the Mr. and Mra Blachard Law,
I Frank Hoover Irwin of Fort Monmouth, N. J. and enjoyed seeing Bing Crosby'snew Miss Margaret Howard of holidays with her brother, Dr. Mm. Mabel Wall, and Wm. M.
film "Blue Skies." I Klngsville, Texas is the guest of M. B. Herlong. Duncan were guests In Jackson '
Mr. and Mr Don Championshe I her parents Mr. and Mra. V. K. Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Martinez will ville of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oren. EXPERT

( the former Lorraine Hart- I Howard.Mr. spend New Year's Day with relatives Mr and Mm. Alton Gay of
mann) are here from Washington and Mrs. Junius. M. Smith In Tampa.Mr. Bartow visited friends here Mon. <"
Every branch of D. C., as holiday guests of spent the weekend In Jacksonville and Mrs. Sanford K.: Hitch day. Mr. Gay, now an abstract
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartmann. 1 where they attended the An- and son Gene have moved from man In the central Florida city

Guests at the N. U. Wainwright' derson-Dlshlnger wedding.Mr. Starke and are making their home was with the Bradford AbstractCo.
INSURANCECONSTANT home included Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. W. O. Halle spent for the present with Mrs. Hitch's here during the war years.
M. Wainwright and children of the day In Orlando with their son parents, Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Dees and
Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. D. and daughter-in-law Mr. and Drown of Brooker. Mr. Rite? Is .sons, Bobby and Woodrow of
LIABILITY T. Clark of Miami. I Mrs. W. O. Halle Jr. They were entering the dry cleaning businessIn Mayo were guests Sunday of Mr.
The Edwin St. Johns and daughter accompanied home by their Gainesville with his brother and Mrs. L D. Green.

SERVICE Susan, were guests of Mrs. granddaughter, Linda Sue. who in-lawv Artford Brown. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green will SERVICEChan.

:' OtVEH 00 YEARS __THEFT __ St. John' parents, Mr.\ and Mra. will visit them here. Mrs. M. A. Hart of Surrency, I attend funeral services In Mayo
H. A. Paulllng. in Hawthorne. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Ga., Is the guest of her ion and today for Mrs. Green' brother-in- C.
Down from Atlanta were Mr. E. S. Matthews were Mr. and daughter-tn-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. law C. D. William., who died
and Mrs. Wm. A. (Bill) Edwardsto Mrs. E. L. Matthews and daugh- H. Hart. suddenly Tuesday at his horn. In ShepherdAt
AGENCY FtRE be guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ters, Mary Agnes and Madge Mrs Lily Lewis of Apopka Is Tampa.The .
I C. WALL M. Edwards. Anne, and Mrs. H. B. McLrndon the holiday guest of her son and T Frank Landrum: family Clay's Service Station

Mrs. E. E. Canova was hostess of Orlando. Dr. McLendon and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mil'ft* spent Christmas In Brooksvllle
LIFE Christmas' Day to Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Jeannette, spent the day James Lwfl.! with Mr. and Mr. J. A. Landrum.
Please Phone 146 O. L. ratten and son, George, of In Marianna with Mrs. T. R. Mc-

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrll. J. J. Lendon.
Canova and sons John and Eddie, W P. Smith and W P. SmithJr. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT !
Canova and daughters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1
and F. A.
CLASSIFIEDYOUR Mary Anne and Carolyn, all of F. W. Varnedoe in Palatka. John H. Denmark Furniture Co. 1!
Gainesville, and },Ira. Taylor Dinner guests of Mrs. J. M.

I. Belcher of Qarrlson-on-the-Hud- Brownlee, Mrs.. S. E. Brownlee PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
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ll.'uiAVAII.lill4 Earl Johnson were Mr.
c1ilIie.CRCF're e'i. and Mrs.
rESS PROPERTY RC/'i'AHOUTR' ANU UTILITIES Guests at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson, Mrs.
16-17-20-23-26 FT. Mrs. A. L.. Alvarez Included Mr. May Dickens, and Mr. Johnson of :
EXpn :M'I!' CnUIFtrt5 13-25
Alvarez and baby. Metter Ga.
CRUISHS n.LtTXE and Mrs. Sam
38 FT. AND 8CPKH DEI.UXt of Tangerine and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale spent '
SrnOU% SELLS; rih.t.L 27 FT.CAt.t. AUTHORIZED Lee Mrs. Jack Alvarez and childrenof last Sunday In Madison with Mr. SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL :

Greatret ..*-.rtl.*r af eo.nt CliRlsTcRAFT DEALER Sale's mother.Mr. .
", property. II.. .. and
... ., llamea_ Farm- 1I0"'T" .., 1HOTOH, .\c. Mr. and Mrs. HalUe Jones and '
Ih..,.... from all *ver the 475 HI Kll'inM ,' 1'1. children. Sandra Lou Nanglla Miami wer holiday guests of
P... llatlnv. IVII.I.B. FJA. Miller's Mr. and TACLE? LAMPS --
one J 'CK."0> 5ii7M74SundeyS and Hallie Jr. were among the Mrs. parents.
AGENCY 5-01:1
ROUT REALTY l'hflf W. .
Mrs. S. Hastings.Mr.
: Christmas
::I1I:1f11'1: ::a-7M3 happy group enjoying
"presented Locally Byc. with the L. H. Hills of and Mrs. John O. Scott A -
IIOLLINOSWORTIIUS PIIOPEBTY farm FOR with St four I.K room dinner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty C tlj ,
acre Lawtey.Mr.
So. Walnut St. houso JJH, 12 ..cr... old bearing. peafltree. and 1\rll. I. D. Hawkins of spent Christmas Day with Mr. .
p..dhlle" .t.Jleautiui
within. 1000 feet 0' and Mrs. Milton St. Peter In
...". Ofle mile from Depot In Waldo followed the usual customand
PER8E3 of all kind St..k.. Prfre '6600.00 of Mr. and Mrs. Galnenvllle. Pottery Ha.w Rayon Shade ,
r.n"-1 guests
["h.d.; furniture$ upholstered II... N. D. ...H.M. ..... were Mrs. J. J. Jones was the holiday -
Drop u.
iNas Ilatks MATTRESS. FU. CO., E'os'tf P""." illS Broker II...... Titus The George Kopelousos family guest of relatives In Cedar JUST ONE WEEK ONI.YEI.ECTRIC .

light. houaekeep.In the day In Jacksonvillewith t,,, .-
FOR KENT-Two spent Keys.MUme -
and Nancy
r- ('c._i writ. alt line; fIr. furnl.hed aparlm..nt. fi"nonable. Mm. Kopelousos' brother- Merry
hubll' .., liability. and 11*.. dole In.-809 E. Mad tf and sister Mr. and Mrs. Knight of Gainesville spent several -
pt for your Insurance needa. Bt.FOR. in-law days here this week with We Have ASelection

!."Walnwrla-ht.*et. Phone 154.Jr., 131 Bat tf. I -FOR.c..n.d SALE-t-rcoom front port'h.hou.back blath.cnn IE.Mr.D. and Rammoo.Mrs. L. W. Koch numbered their grandparents. Col. and Mrs. Steamomatic Irons 16.95 l.arlCe of
....00. V. H.c..d..n. two of D. E. Knight.
lot -
II.F"-- .. beater.ll"n porch large : their guests
On hot water among;
.tlnnhou.e. electricatlc. Hox 1126. Starke. Fla. tf Koch's sisters (and a Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwardsof I'M a Pleasure to Iron With Thin, Iron MIRRORS
Good rondltlon. 333 W.Htarke. Mrs. Beach were guests of
Iriiller Daytona
utllltr J. C. Kempof
It. SALE One brother-in-law) : Mr.
Fla. f
tel body, new Ur.>..".."ALSO" ".one... Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mae Edwards Wood Circulators 55.50 and
ORILE AUCTION-If )you're boat trailer from T Mrs. Theo Tlson had as holiday -
Fla. Up ,
Int"' waltlnc on and a bur new on.1.,.rl A. O. Elland Hampton. Harold Noble of Indianapolis guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack Large Cahinel Type Economical .Plenty of Heat PICTURES
In I II SALE--OMC labor truck body? Ind. Packard Jackie, and Mr.
hud ....ral u.e cars FOR Vlnln. custom and son,
I"&"I .*,... Al.o wa will Mil for m ton truck. 1. I) It I Following traditional Bill Tlson' all of Jacksonville A lieautiful Piece of Furniture ,
--.r, truck tractor trailer $tarke. Fla. Mr. and Mm. O. L. BeaMey and and Mrs. F
vehicleM and lit Sgt. and Mrs.J. -
nther automotive : plow.Jn left Tues ,
adifle Klncald
,. j"LE--f1.d, Jeanette WALNUT FINISH
Sal. atari 1 PW m.: FOR household Mrs. Smith.
t,."k"dn Market...dar at CJalneavIHe tf furniture.. hor.U ALSO B.. come,Jordan. lit.lip i. day for Christmas Durdens.In Tampa with I Mrs.D. W. N. North, H. G. DavisJr. Occasional Tables . 11.95 ,'
boa 311'. Btarke.FOR the A. C. Davis spent
ItLil __ ivaatlful :n01l185 vicinity. ot 111."t plant asmall Gathered at the home of Mr. and Miss Jacksonville.Marjorie Well Constructed Suitable for Many Occasions
*'at lot whit. card beach LOST-In kltt.n. Pi..... return.Reward. and Mrs. C. A. Knight were Mrs. Saturday In
p.Little santa Fe Lake.1J t.n. Mr.. foe Arnold Hlet. and Mr. and :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez
cottan. SilO screen 1t James Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. 9.95
Fla.! their guests .
Rtarke. John have as Oil Stoves
._V.__It._ Garden. Starke. tj Mr. J. E. Powell and son West Also 2-Burner
,*.80 Wlllart of Key
bulldln. and Mr. C. A.
'_J-be Iroon\ houee. SW IIALE--8tor.hate B. ALSO ny. 'all of Jacksonville the holidays U RalphAlvareZ' ,..
Ba, St., Stark. Buoellent xz.Bwrf. with pheetrock. and Mrs. D. J. MorrUs and I chil- home for at Eastern JUST .\lUUVEUBeautiful ,
.n. owner untly. ALSO' Jr.. a student
occupied br beet ofter. of Mont-
Make and Bobby
''' Attractive. COflVefl't meat .w .nd dren. Joan Teachers Collr Cr* n"M'rs -
IIoYUn." Vor Information.. write- el..trla w.lk-In AmerIcanI cooler taS rood con'1I'lion. 'U2.I gomery AI& Carolina N. C- 3Pc. Living Room Suits : i
... leI. 11"lU.S." C'pr. If Oreen. S.
rOR BAI B-Ixns-th.. wheel tr.II. 4by were and Mrs. J. B. Car- Sunday for a holiday visit' with Make Your Living Koom autJuJWL -
8ALFTwo Mr.
he.! IS cord you haul. Any >>'OR b.avv.dUtY' tire.. guests of and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
.ply Judge
'e. ??,, J_.ph Rab.ek.l Juet 7 bed Ru.onable. 523 Walnut -\Ul and Mla* Audrey CarllsU. .
Like flCW.
kIt city, hiinlt coa Jkohwa7 : n.U St. ftp

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. e e e e e e .1 I L. May Wednesday afternoon of duties at the January meeting iv rntrriT rornr. \nronn void. oil Court and cause, wherein plain. cember C, 1949.OFFICIAL (. ---=
+ <.I.MTY, IX tllA.X; I N. D. Wainwright, divorce and restorationof (
I of PLOIIIU.tl < tiff necks SEAL) A. >
laat week. An exchange gifts among
I' CKHY.Oeorge As Administrator Malden Name Bradford County As Clerk of said Court.
members ensued after which a W. Hyatt, Jr., Plaintiff Vs 12-13 4t 1-J I
The hostess beautifully decorated ,,:,lIth L. Telegraph shall publish this' Order By Lucille C, Conner, r,
Hyatt, Dafvndunt. Ca.oNo. -
her living room with poinset hugo decorated basket of gifts 62511. rlitcvrr. til next four weekly limues. .1. C. Diirranoe. Law, I:\
HY Mrs. M. C. bwemryI IV CO I It T. IIH\I>FOIIIr hand and official Itldir., Jacksonville Flu
Witness my
e . e tin potted plants, and a miniature was presented to the church pastor AND ORDER NOTICE OF PrriLICATIO TI) APPEAR: (lI'II''Y.: FLOIUU.tl I.M ('!',t.>- seal at Starke Florida, thla ;De. Atty. tor Pit. it a
and his wife on behalf of the "I ltV
lighted Christmas tree. STATE OF KLOIIIDA to: Killth Andrew Dlggs, Jr.. Plaintiff v.... .. -
The program conducted by the church membership.At I.. Hyatt whose residence and address Pauline\ DlKsm. defendant. Case -- ----'-.....

MRS. MAY ENTERTAINSAn president, Mrs. W. H. Griffin the meeting' conclusion, the You I*are unknown.required to appear on No. ORDER 02 00. OF PUBLICATION

outstanding event of the was inspirational with the traditional guests were invited into the dinIng January 8, 1947 In the. above AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

holiday .season In Hampton .was "Tidings of Great Joy." room where a lone electric plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause BradfordCettnty wherein Dig STATE**, whose OF FLORIDA residence to:and Pauline adclresn R. B. Alvarez & Son

the Christmas meeting of the The Rev. and Mrs. Fred Doddof star glowed In the early twilight. Telegraph shall publish this is: P. O. No. 232, Llleuvllle,
Ladies Council of the Christian Midlakes were guests'of honorat A yuletide symbol of St. Nicholas Order In next four weekly IflHuea.WltnesM N. C.

church, which was held in the attractive this occasion and gave several was the appropriate table centerpiece seal at Starke my hand Florida and thin official. Dennmher January You are 13,required 1947. In to the appear above on Transfer & Storage Co.

residence of Mrs. Claude Interesting commentations. and delicious refreshments 5, 1947. named. court and cause. wherein.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
In the business period, Mrs. O. consisted of tuna fish sandwiches, A. Clerk of laid Court. I County Telegraph shall publish this

Tailor-Made P. Wadsworth, Sr., resigned as cocoanut custard pie, fruit cake, J.Uy C.Lucille Uurranre C Conner, Law, Exchange n. C. Order. In next. four weekly Issues Phone 17"9Moving

secretary after, eight years of candy, hot chocolate and coffee. Jackaonvllle, Florida. I seal Witness at Htarke.! my hand Florida and, this official De-
SEAT COVERS service and the record books Favors of 1947 novelty calendarswere Atty. for rif. 12-6 4t 12-27 ce>nhv> 9. 1949OFFICIAL .v

were turned over to Mrs. Thorn presented each guest. iv: CIRCUIT COURT- BRADFORD .As(( Clerk. of said SEAL Court.) A. J. Thomas. We operate local and long

ton Johns, who, will.assume her roilNTlT.' PLOIIIlt.ll' I.V: CIIAN- By Lucille C. Conner D. C. and
Mrs. George W. Rabme and CF.iiir. J. S. Harrison Law Exchange: Bide. distance Anywhere in
children of Mayport arrived Saturday I Rosalie Moran Plaintiff, v*. Joseph Jacksonville, Fla. -
Moran Defendant Cane. No. 5370 Atty. for. Pit. 12-13 4t 1-S :: the State of Florida.
DONUTS UOLLS to spend the holidays with ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND -.
her mother, Mrs. J. F. JohrulOn. NOTICE TO APPEAR S.@
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Mr. and Mrs. W H. Smith and Moran whose residence. and address OM,:vrv. FLOHlU.ll I.V; CIIAN- Fast, Careful Moving
I Is C1111Y.Mildred .
None are better : 6021 Elmwood Avenue. -
children, Mabel, Harry and Davis, Philadelphia Pa. JI". Cooper, Plaintiff, vs .
left Friday of last week to spenda You are required to Appear on Edger A. Cooper Defendant. Casa .- .....

f than week in Tampa with relatives. January named court 13, and 1947 cause in the, wherein above No. OHDEn 5279 OF PUBLICATION .en r' r.... ___..weeq.

AH Work Guaranteed Recent guosts of Mr. and Mrs.L. plaintiff seeks dlvo'ce. Bradford AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

WARD SEAT Lappe Bakerymakes A. Wynn of Hampton Lake Order County In Telegraph next lour shall weekly publish Issues this A. STATE:or.r'I'OF; FLORIDA. residence to:and EdgatA. ad. Complete Service

Were Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen Witness my hand and official, South Main Street, .
COVER CO.GAViS and children of Ocala and Mrs.T. Neal at Rtarke, Florida, this DeCember Anderson. South Carolina.You ...:--
10, 1946. are required to appear on
E. Duncan and Q. W. Parker (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. January 13, 1947, In the abovo ::., .Looks Iike'llt's' going to be
: SERVICE STATION of Gainesville. As Clerk-of. said Court. named court and cause wherein time
CAKES MADR TO ORDER Uy Lucille C. Conner D. C. plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradford v=? a long yet before
Phone 10 Court t Madison Sta. Charlie Dees of West Lake .... Frank Lnndrum Starkn, Fla. County Telegraph'ehall publish this' .,1 many of us get that new
Wales is spending his Christmas Atty. for Pit. 13-13 4t 1.8 Order in next four weekly Issues.
we've been
Witness my hand and official J-L, car waiting for.
vacation here with friends and seal at Starke, Florida this December
iv CIRCUIT Therefore it's
COURT miAi>ponr 11. 1949.OFFICIAL. more important .
relatives. COII-VTY. FLOHIUAl, : CIIAN. ( t. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. than to let
(-lily. Certified ever us
Mr. and Mrs. Olin L. Beden-
More As Clerk of
Can Use PulpwoodWRITE Shirley Achenbach Plaintiff vs. said Court
114 baugh and Infant son, Larry, of Robert L.. Achenbach Defendant D. E. Knight Starke, Florida Lubrication keep your old car in A-l
Atty. for Pit. 12-13 4t 1.3
Deland have arrived to spend Cane No. 5290.ORDER i condition.
several days with their respective AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR iv CIRCUIT COURT nutnFonn

Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bed- L.STATE Achenbach OF FLORIDA whose. residence to: Robert. I. roiN-rr.. FLOIIIUAI i.x CIIANrunv. Washing- Y Polishing Waxing

enbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 1501 East Cumberland Street Lebanon Marie' MorrisWatson, Plaintiff vs. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Eiland. Pennsylvania.You Levy M. Watson Defendant. Case.
-. are required to appear on No. B260
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Seeber January 13, 1947 In the above OltDER PUBLICATION .
Southern Lumber Company10th Goodman formerly of Hampton, named Court and cause wherein AND NOTICE TO APPEAR L. B. Alvarez Service StationTemple
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: Levy M.
St. Two Blocks East of Depot now of Starke, will be interestedto bounty Telegraph shall publish this Watson whose residence. and address .
hear of the arrival of a daugh.ter Order In next four weekly Issues. Is 117 South Sumter Street Ave. at Call. St.
Starke Fla. Witness hand ,
my and official Sumter South Carolina.
: their second born to them seal at Starke. Florida this December You are required! to appear on .. ...... .. ..
ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER I Friday, December 20, at Alachua 12, 1946. January 6, 1947 In the above nam- .r....

(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, __ ___.__ _,...
County Hospital Gainesville. The As Clerk. of said Court. <00- .J __ .. .... _...)
child was named Olivia Leigh. By Lucille C. Conner D. C
Logs Purchased at the Mill Mrs. Goodman is remaining several Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville)e, FlA.
Atty. for Pit.
12-13 4t 1-3
or Stumpage BoughtLOCAL6FACILITIES weeks with her mother, Mrs. YOUR WATCH
Ethel Pickren, in Gainesville.The COUNTY. FLOHlUAl IN CIIAN-, Deserves the Best

... a TELEGRAPH now carries Rimer tEstY Lowe. Forbes. Plaintiff vs.
Loretta Ruth Forbes, DefendantCase
complete stocks of India Inks and No. 5281.ORDER Sausage

showcard color, 14 Colors! PrIced OF PUBLICATIONAND
at only ISc 300 and S5c.
of quiet refinement with organization Loretta Ruth Forbes, whose resi Fresh Pork Liver Pudding
tenable NOTICHNotice dence. and address IK' : 77-86 80th tiro1Oatc4
this establishment to render a IH hereby given that theundflrel..n.d Street, Queens, New '.rk"ppea..
I :
Guardian of Mac Lee You are required on
fine and service. I..wIN. Morris Edward: Lewis and January 13, 1947 In the above REPAIRTrustworthy Hog's Head Cheese
moderately priced rames Lean Lewis, minor., will on named court and cause, wherein :
the 15th day of January 1947. sell plaintiff[ seeks divorce. Bradford
a at private eels, nil the Interest of County Telegraph shall publish. this Service
41i IEoIi. the above named minor In and to Order In next four weekly I"RU"".
w .. the following described real estate, Witness. my hand and official
to-wit: seal at Starke. Florida this December
: The North 165 yards. of the NEW 12 1948. Harley F. StrongCAMP
;:-i:1 DEWITT C. JONES of NW% containingFifteen acre (OFFICIAL.: SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 2 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE
more or loss and Five acre* In As Clerk. of said Court.
I;; AMBULANCE SERVICE the South West corner of .*aldNKV4 T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fin BLANDING JEWELER
of NWy being .a strip of Atty. for Plf. 12-11 4t 1.3 SINCE 1041 ON GRIFFIS ROAD
Funeral Director land 88 yards Kant and West by _
275 yards North and south
STARKE ; PHONE 7 / S acres. more or JOUR,containing all- IV TIIR COritT OF TUB COUNTY 137 West Call St. "", .' .. .
j r ..' In Section: Thirteen ((13) Town- .11 fr-I.OHIIKt.DO91. imnvnni I.X CO V N'FY. ....-.-- ...,- --.- ,> ....-.- .--..--,--.)
chip Six ((8) South of PltOIIATU.
: fun'h : RangeTwentyone Fn
local re: Estate ofMary
Our enables to ------
m us (31) En.t.and containing I
O. .
Walnwrlght DeceasedI'o
' In the ,
offer conveniences 'and services aggregate Twenty
not All Creditor's and Person Ilse.Ing -
((20) lees
acre more or :
P1 otherwise available.We said Hale bawd on Application filed. Said (KstateiYou lalmsi or Demands Against
t Monle L.wlHj (Julir<1lan.
12-20 4t 1-1 and each of you are hereby
furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices art notified and required to present
any claim and demand which ,
accept ANY' life Insurance policy In force, l Issued by ANY com OP '.'11..1 M-rtl'N 110 All or either of you, may have against Priority
the estate of Mary O. Wnlnwrlght,
pasty, payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation IItp.'H'rIllN Tallahassee I Florida deceased, late. of said County to
carries] no obligation. December 13, 1948 the County Judge of Bradford
CONSTRUCTION PROORAM County, Florida at his office. In
The date. for recelvlnic bills has the court house. of said County at
lioen postponed from December 19, Starke, Florida, within eight calendar .
1948 until 10:30 A. M. (E.S.T.) Jan month from the time of the
uary D, 11)17) for the following first publication of this notice. Surplus Army Buildings
work Each claim or demand shall be In
We Will Be Closed All Day Christmas Nines Project. John N.... 3NOI-UO, writing, and shall state the placeof
T1IM-IIKI: : unit T '''-IjH. residence and post office addressof .
Itoiiil No. MO; Bradford. City and the .claimant and shall be sworn I
MEET YOUR FRIENDSAT 011 Vii I Counties: between Starke to by the claimant, his agent or
and Baldwin. Work to consist of' his attorney and any such claim '
widening and reconstructing existing 'I or demand not so filed shall be PORTABLE TYPE
THE drainage structure A certified ., .
chec'k In the amount of U'I '

STATE ono.oo' will KOAD t><* required HKPAUTMENT OF I' Oil Heater Wicks SIZES 16ft. 48 ft. AND


Iferndon P. foloney, State Hlgh-

Good Home-Cooked Meals iv way rinririr Engineer rOIl liT.11-10 nnnrnun It 11-27 16 ft. x 16 ft.

coUNTY FLuitiiiAi' iiAN- Water Heater WicksPERFECTION
Steaks ('..:IIY.
Sea Food
MaryAlice. Davis (Crlbb Plaintiff
Plate Lunches STATE OF FLORIDA to: T-5

':dt "Jjr.I-B: Crlbb.la1 1 S4931815 whose OMQUH residence lit Sizes Of Sections Are 8 Feet By 16 Feet With Novelty

Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks ('R" Co. Mtr. Trans Bn. A. P. O. Oil Cook Stove Drop Siding On Outside With And
742. %" gust master New York, New Many Windows,

York You ar. required to appear on Wicks Two Doors In The Larger Buildings And One Door In
OPEN FROM 10 A. M. -TO 11 P. M. January *, 1917 In the above
named Court ami cause, wherein NESCO OIL. AIR The Smaller Buildings.IDEAL .
Everybody Welcome Your Business plaintiff seeks divorce Bradfordrounty
( Telegraph shall publish thisOrder i FLORENCE PERFEC-
In next four weekly Issues. TION KEROGAS
AppreciatedDUB Wltnemi my hand and official .
eal at Hturke Florida this p.. .
v.. Herbert I. Cribb, Defendant. 15c to 75c Y r
Case No 6251.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas --
A. Clerk or said Court. MANY OTHER USES
Phone 131-W T. Frank Ijindrum Starke, Fla.
Atty. for 1'lf. 124t 12-S7 BradfordHardware

IN cmcnr' rornr. BRADFORD .

IId Christine Foster CKUY.V. P.Mosher Moshor,. ,Plaintiff Defendant.v..*. Co. 16 FT. X 16 FT. BUILDINGS :SELL FOR LESS THAN $200

J. B. Carlisle OwnerJoodjluck
tin. P. Masher. whose residence .
1 I and address la: 4 Laut Street: Worcester ,

i4' / ,tAgr1fM January You, are Massachusetts.19 required, 1947 In to the appear above on WRITE "US FOR FURTHER DETAILS, OR COME DIRECT TO CAMP

I named court and cause, wherein BLANDING GATE "B" "4
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ..
) bounty. Telegraph shall publish this i ;
Order In next four weekly Issue. ill':. .
Witness my hand and official .- .
seat at l'ltark. Florida this December .f"
tI, 1946.
An Clerk of paid Court.
MArtin J. Pearl. SOI Graham BuildIng. GUARANTEE TO FILL YOUR
Jacksonville.. Florida. ORDER UNLESS
Ally for Fit. 12-11 4t 13I

CIRCUIT roriir. nmi>Foi n

Myrtle f.nnibert Bliss, Plaintiff'v.. .
ark IMIM, Defendant Case No.
5189. to find a four-leaf clovtr WE
it' better
STATE OF FLORIDA: Jack luck to have Accident
1 ills.. whose residence and address
I. unknown. Insurance!
tRK You are required to appear on
January B, 1947. In the above
na... plaintiff seeks divorce and restortlon .
1 of Maiden Name. Bradford Mohawk Inc.
Counts Telegraph shall publish this Agency Wrecking
Order In next four weekly Issue.
p Witness my hand and official Phone 13 STABILE FLA. ,
i seal at Stsrke: Florida this D.
ember 5, 194H.OFFICIAL ... .
p ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Box 4845 Jacksonville
I I A. Clerk of said Court. ... .. or Camp Blanding
llI By Lucille C. Conner D. C. ... ..
T. Frank Ta"drum. harke, Fla. ....
I Atty. for Pit. 124 1127i,Representing THE TRAVELERS Hartford -

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DECEMBER :n, 1946

. . e message that was enjoyed by all. Barbara Conner of VanderbUt Thomas, Ernest Levn Erwin and ported to a VA hospital to begin -

LevelBy Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles were dinner guests of Miss Gwen!Miss Eva Mae Trlest, and Miss with the family is saved the ex- I II

pine and children, Junior and Barbara dolyn and Shirley McRae Sunday. Inez Neel were guests of !..Ir pense of a hospital bill and he Church, Sunday School Guide

Mrs. II. M. McRao spent last weekend in Jacksonville The Rev. and Mrs W. E. Hall Martensen in Jacksonville over may stay there as long as necessary -

. . . i with Mrs. Nettles' parents were visiting Kenneth Thomas, the weekend. without added cost" the service -
I Mr. and Mrs Joe Starling Jr. small son of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Mrs. Delany Dickinson! and Mrs. officer said. Watch Night and prayer service at 10:30 a. m..

t Church and Sunday school at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Thomas in Glendale Hospital E. S. SIbley attended the singing "In case of emergency some I Service PlannedAt according to W. C. Burton, chairman .

ma Level Baptist Church was were visiting his mother Mrs. Palatka Saturday. The little fellow convention in Starke Sunday aft paper> of Identification should be of the meeting

well attended Sunday and the Susie McDavid In Lake Geneva. Is improving.Mr. ernoon. provided. However in an acci- Baptist ChurchOn At 10'43: o'clock Stafford Crews

pastor the Rev. W. E. Hall delivered Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. J. E. Starling dent the veteran will be admitted, will welcome( visitors and Judge

'' . and his honorable New Year's Eve a Watch A. Z Adktns will make the responxe .
an Inspiring! Christmas Miss Mary Lou Alvarez and enjoyed a family reunion Sundayand < a . discharge or acopy
be Night service will bit held in the Dr. John McNelll of
... . .. all their children except a may submitted later i
Baptist from 7:30 D. C. will
.. .. .. .. .. '" -. son. Warren who Is In the service LAWTEYBy \ Mr. Crosby stated. : Washington conductthe
and a daughter, were pres- p. m. until Just past midnight. ; morning worship at 11:15: and

ent for dinner.W. The School For stamp pads. stamp pad The public is cordially invited to the communion at noon. The

. e I Ink, rubber stamp. ,dutem num- participate In the service and enjoy i social feature of the day, a basket

DRAKE SIGN SERVICE"SIGNS B. Starling is spending the berers re The TELKUKAPH.in : the following program: dinner will begin at 12:30p.

holidays with his brotherinlawand W II. JONES HEADS ALISONS SonIC Service-.The history of m.

sister Mr. and Mrs. Grady W. Halite Jones was elected rmrrir ro.'...... .III.U'tUln' I Songs.- Sunday afternoon events begtn
Nettles!, in Jacksonville. rni'\r, FLUIUlUI IN: til I*.
OF. ALL KINDS"Serving Worshipful Master of the local C UK: Vllarohl Testimony Time. at 2 o'clock with a song and

i I Mrs. Paul Underhill and chil- Masonic Lodge Number 189 F. Therein John Weber; Plaintiff: v.j I I Solo-"The Holy City" by Mrs. prayer service, followed at 2:13:
Weber, Defendant. Cane
dren were visiting her parents, & A. M. Tuesday night. Dec. 10, :No. 62S1OHPER. U P. Dinkins. by church reports, and at 2:30 bya

Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez to succeed! H C. Harley presentW. OF PUBLICATION BTU Pageant "A Night at sermon by the Rev. Fred Dodd

N E ()> Nr in Starke Sunday.Mr. M. HTATH AM! NOTICH OK1 KI.OH1MA TO Al'l'KAH to: Thereon Home. with Sunday school from 3 until

and Mrs. O. W. McRae were M. Weber, whose re"liten<'. and ad- Chorus Service 3:43: ro'clock. Sunday night services -

called to Lake Butler Saturdaydue Other officers elected were D rtreHH Itrnnx lei 81 I. J26 New York llnvllitnd Avenue. Recreation and Refreshments. conducted by Rev. Sam I.
Harley Senior Warden
Northeast Florida to the Illness of Mra. McRae's ; Paul You are required to appear on Candle lighting. Smith begin at 7 o'clock. L

mother, Mrs. N. A. Conner. Griff, Junior Warden; T. T. Jilnunrv court 80, lMT and! In t h .wherein..jttinvaminimi Solo-"The Lord's Prayer" by The only service at the Starke
Remember services at Pine Blackburn Treasurer and C. AMcSwaln. plaintiff ....k. divorce, Hradford Mr. Ethel Biggs.Ordinance Christian Church Sunday will be

PHONE 70 P. O. BOX 424 Level Baptist Church Sunday Secretary. :Mr. Jones Order County'i'elegreph, In next four shall,weekly puhllnh lamiea this. of Baptism Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m.

morning and 11 clock and Sun-. appointed the following assistants Wltneaa my hAnd and offlrla Consecration Service- Would

day school at 10 o'clock.Theressa. for the coming: year: Lloyd Wil- Heal nt Htarke. Fiul'ida, thin Ieeemher Be True".
STARKE 14, llMfl
kerson. Senior Deacon; Joe OFFICIAL S olo by Miss June Patel. SPONSORSOf
( 8KAI.) A. J. Thomas,
. . .
Brown, Junior Deacon A. Clerk of said CourtJ Ordinance
- - - ; A. C of Lord's Supper
Pearce, Senior Steward; R. A. i T Ally,. Frank fur rif.I.n ml rum, Slaike 13-110, 4t Flu.1-10 Dedication Service. The Church Page '

Griff, Junior Steward; E. I.Wilkerson Singing will be led by the All-

Tyler; and A. H. liar- iv ruin IT toru'r. nntitrniii Girl Choir with Mrs. L. A. Can- Tip Top Super MarketAlvarez
( 0""I'rv. Kl.Olllltll I'M VILt'EM \.
Ity Eva !Mae Trlnt .
ley. Chaplain.MRS. ova and Mrs Ethel
. . . ( V.rurrte Hlggt organ- Store i
Hell TlnMey Plnlntlff, va. Is ta.
Let Us Cure Your Meat WILL FD1V.1RUSENTERTAINS Hlontii 8. TlnMley, Defendant Cass Hollywood Camera

Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Latt and No B2KJOHDEU. OF PUBLICATION & Gift Shop

children of Valdosta Ga., spent Mrs. Will Edwards entertainedthe AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR Heilbronn Baptists II. C. Wall Agency

Sunday here with Miss Ida :Methodist Church choir HTATH Or "K1X1K1HA: ICInlHO,
Plain Salt Cureor witha H Tlnnley, whoa. residence and ad- Start Work Jan. 1 Carpenter'sCocaCola
Hagan.Mr. corn popping Thursday: night of draw la, I7nkn.iwn. Bottling Co.l.elJa'll .
and Mrs. Wilson May and last week In the Sunday School You are required to appear on On New BuildingThe
Cure January SO, 11)47.) In tha above
Sugar family and Mrs. Johns of Hampton annex. Games were enjoyed and named court and cauie.. wherein Koch
were visiting here Sunday. Coca-Cola was served with the plaintiff aeeke divorce. Ilradford most important business Drug Store
County Telegraph! shall puhllah this on earth today In our Saviour's Tyus Dry Goods

'We also have lockers to put your Becks Kenney and Mr.Thomas and Mrs.Mrs.Burkheartwere Llnnie popped corn.GR1FFIS Order Wltneaa In next my four hand weekly and official laauaa. business and it In urgent. The PrlKKerV Furniture Co.

TWINSMr. neal Htarke Florida, this DeVoFKKMAh need for a new church at< Hart Furniture
meat in after it is cured and smoked shopping In Starke Saturday.Mr. h.1 19eti. building Co.
: HHAt" Heilbronn la great and we are Florida Rank at Starke
a and Mrs. Dan Loper and and Mrs. ) A. J. Thomas
Paul Griffis are Aa Clerk of said .
beginning work and plan the
children and Mrs. Ben Loper and Alike Maruca
the proud parents of twin boy W. letien, Ualneavllle, Fla. house
we need much.
children were shopping in Starke born Ally for I'lf. 18-20 t 1.10
Thursday. Dec. 12. The son .
Saturday. I New Year's; Day has been selected
were named Paul Wayne and iv ciiirriT (-o'MT, lust II>KOIU> as the time to begin workon
Mrs. E. S. SIbley and daughter Paul Duane. Mrs. Grlffls Is the Col1'1'. F..OIII"\1 IV til.11: I Lawtey
STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone Ruth Miss Grace Dickinson and ('KHV.Paulina: the ground given to the church
former Miss Betty Sutton and (Mailman llelma, Plaintiff, for the purpose of erecting a new Baptist Church
Mrs. J. Swindell were shopping in both parents are natives of Law- V". Mutylhs< 1:. Helina: Dnfendant.I'axe .
housu of God. ThU
Palatka No. 4in.n1U'1'111: place la located -
Wednesday. -
I tey. These are the first net of OF IMTllMfATIOVAND : across the road from. Mr.McCarthy's .
12 Starke, Fla. Mrs R. M. Hersey Mrs. Clyde twins born in Lawtey In several MVTHMQ TO Al'l'WAH Sunday School 10 A. M.
Hersey and Mrs. L. V. Williamson MTATM OK1 OIUOA. to: HinythK It la known Services 11 A. M., 8 P. M.
years. .
llrliim" whose ruxlilciu'a and addrexa an CroHby's Corner
were shopping In Gainesville 8
are unknown. Wednesday p. m.
Friday of last week. AVIE JUANITA (lIt1FI'INMr You are required to appear" nn Kveryone In the community Is Mid-Week
Mr. and Mrs. James Gnann of and Mrs St. Clair Griffl Monday, January' 2Uth, 11147, In the invited to come to the working Prayer Service
above named Court and .
en ties and after the
Now-sweeter Green Cove Springs were guestsof are announcing the birth of a wherein plaintiff. seeks divorce and working hours Is -
,, her mother Sunday night. daughter Avle Juanita, on December Cu dotty of ihiM. HradCiiid County Invited to the church for a prayer A Cordial Welcome
Telegraph' shall publish t this Order' and fellowship at 7
Ernest Trlest spent the weekend I 15.Miss. In next four weekly I Issues meeting
tastier bread with with friends in \Vltn..." my hand and official I o'clock.A Extended to All
seal lit Htarke, Klin'l.ln, thin 17th
I lfarput"rlteValnwrIKht.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason and ; a of l>ei','nilicr, 194(1OKH'ICIAI. ( cordial welcome from the
FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH Mlaa Inez Neel and Wilbur Neel I student at FSCW, Tallahassee Is ( HHAI.) A, J. Thomas, Rev. Q. K. CutHhaw awaits every.
spending the holidays here with' Aa Clerk of said C..u'l.liy .
who attends. Come and
were visiting in Jacksonville Fri- Ulcllle C. Conner, D. C. one early
day of last week. her parents' Mr. and Mrs. T. L. John J. 1I'nd..n. 1 Kiiq.HI stay late and enjoy" the dny- St. Mark'sEpiscopal

Irie Sibley of Deland Is spend Wainwright. Atty. AiiKiiHtlne for I'lf, Florida 12.20 4t 1-10 Wednesday, January 1. Church
Don't forget the free at
& ing the holidays with his brother the Lawtey school January x-ray 3, ;;;;;:; -
E. S. Sibleyv I iv rinri'iT r ni<"U..UIIi. I Baptist ChurchOn
17kYEAST 1947. ('UI''I''Y.'' FLUHIIIAI i.v: CIIAV.m : .
Miss Eva Mae Trlest was the (' : Y.Marvin Church School 10 A. M. \
Mr. and
Mrs. L. II. Futch I
guest of her brother-in-law and I were Hlark Plaintiff, "". lions Sunday morning. Dec. 29, Morning Prayer and
11 sister, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ei guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Htark, Defendant.OH- PUHLICATtONAND Cane No' 0206.nltiER I the Rev L. D. lames, pastor of
Flitch in Sermon A.
11 M.
Sunday. -
land in Hampton. Thursday of: NOTirR TO APPEAR the First Baptist Church will

r.:;:;:"" .- last week.. I Miss Elltha Collins Is spending STATIC OF. rl.OUIDA to! Olorln. I I bring the last message In a series -
the i In Gainesville. Htark.' wh' n< r..hl.nl' nnd ail'
-,... Eugene'"and Carlton Britt of.; holidays 011'''. la K.K*,D. No. 2, I-rlncuton, entitled, "Seeing Jesus", This service Church open dully for prayer
Lake Geneva were visiting at the Mrs. K. W. Ayres Lt spendingthe New Jersey will be devoted to planningfor and re t. Service Center open
You required to appear on
--. ._ t ) home of Mrs. Llnnie Becks Sun' Yuletide in LongwoodDr. Jnniniry are SI, 1047. In t h. above the New Year and will con- dally for recreation.First .

.. ,, A. Y. Covington head of named Court and cause, wherein slat of the pastor's New Year's
I .,,,,"', .,, t.-' -. day.B. the county's Health Unit spoke plaintiff seeks dlvori'e. Uradford
.... 'w < --. friendsIn mestiage. The sermon title will
.... ,_ F. Geiger was visiting County Teli'wrnph. shall publish this
>0; P' Gainesville Saturday night. before the young people of the I Order In next four weekly laauee.Wltneaa be "Seeing. Jesus Ahead". The
-" '" school hand and officialoemlter I
Lawtey seventh and eighth __ my ,
y Mrs. S. E. Trleet and children, eesl at Mlarka. Irloridu. this 11o. various organizations of the Christian a
It's grades Tuesday of last week. His 1. 1945. church will also share In this ser
so easy to bake delicious, smooth-textured loaves subject was Tuberculosis and he (OFFICIAL Ht-IAL) A. J. Thomas vice.
Clerk of Bftlil Court
if you use Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast. This fresh gave the students much valuable ., H !IfnrrlHon. Law Kxrhana; Sunday night at 7:30: ( the even Church
7p ; wS'l Information on the subject which Jtullillna I ;', JiickBonvllle, Florid.
yeast is full-strength. It goes right to work to help you was particularly appropriate at Ally. for Pit 130 4t 1.10 ing happy Hour will b. conductedby -
the Young Peoplo who are
get best baking results every time.IF that time for the two grades were N 0---;C M i home' for the Christmas season., Attend Convention
Just completing a unit of study Notice l Is hereby given tn all\ '
debtors and rlalmunta aicalnnt the This Student Night will featurea
YOU BAKE AT HOME-insist about T I) under Mrs. L. H. Hill.
onFleischmann's Knlate nt Annie. A. Fraaee, dnreaa- ; round table discussion and
active fresh Yeast. The D. W. Starling and family of ed, to file your rlalma I duly sworn Long Bridge Church
to, with the County Judge of Hrinlfordl message by a guest speaker.
;r rf' Orlando are spending Christmas Florida, within Might'
cake with the familiar yellow label! Dependable +v County
Training Unions meet at 6:19: :
with friends and relatives hero. (8) month from the first publication Sunday Oec. 29
-America's favorite for over ., of thla notti-d, or the claim or for the last service of the year ,

70 years. Veterans AdvisedOf debt Miriam will be Frame barred. Evlcher by itatute A dm'*. and the topic to be discussed IK

11.10t 1.10 "The Love of Christ for All Na

tions", School meets at,
f-pf HospitalizationAlbert iv riiirtirr ('ol'IIT iimnroiiuCOI'VTV. !
FLO1/11).11: tllAV: 9:43: to conclude the study of the FirstPresbyterian

Lee Crosby local service "JI1HY. Life and Letters of Paul. The
1I Expert Bicycle Edward J. Ferris Plaintiff vu
; f officer stated that "quite a few Julln Verne, Defendant Cass No. subject in "The World for Christ". Church

Repair veterans and their families are 563 Onr>EH OF PITBLICATTON Tuesday night Dec. 31, there

not aware that hospltallzatlon in ANf NOTICE TO APPEAR will be a Watch Night Service .t

'0 _._........._._ or ._,_...._. Whether If* a major opera- the Veterans Hospital at Lake Ferris BTATW' whose OF Ft/MUDA reaMence to and: Julia.d-l ldreaa I' the Church from 7:30: until 12.03: -

tion or the mere tightening of City is available to any ex-service, la: 191 liontley Htreet, T ttenvllle o'clock. All who will worship

a bolt you can be sure your I man In case of emergency. This Staten Island New. York. are cordially Invited Sermon Topic
reiiulred to fin
You are appear
bicycle will receive prompt and applies to accidents and injuries January IS, 11(47. In the above

careful attention here. as well u serious Illness of any named court and ea....., wherein Sunday, Dec. 29
plaintiff Btieka divorce. Ttradfnrd Christian ChurchesTo
kind. County: Telegraph hall' l puhllah this

BIGGS & BAKER "Often veterans do not take Order Wltneaa In next my four hand weeklyanus.and officialaeal Convene SundayThe "Men of Vision"

advantage of this. An accident at Htarka Florida this Uecemb -
BICYCLE STORE occurs and he .Is rushed to a private .r 5. UU.OJrVtCIAI. Christian Church of llrail- -
( M M I.) A. J. Thomaia, with the
then later transfer ford County will Join
Starke Fto. hospital Aa i'lerk of aald "'ourt.It. .
125 W. Call St. red to Lake City. If he U transLET'S K Duncan, lilT Lynch Bulldlnr Long Bridge Christian Church Ur. Kaufman Pastor
I Jacksonville Florida for all Convention
AU,.. for rif. 12-ta which will open with a song
iv finriir cm IIT. nlt.UFeun
COI" "TV, KLOHIIMI IVMabel titan.1'MIt .

Y.K. Johnson Plaintiff ... FIRST METHODIST CHURCHA
\ Alrla (. Johnson Uefendant. Case

No. HUln 1118.! OF pnnLiCATioN Friendly Church In A Friendly CommunityThe

STATE HTATK' OF OF FIHir FLOIIIDA TO ta!: Alrlat Key. W. J. Churchwell: Pastor.

Johnson whose renldcnce. ,la: HJ.Kllxaheth .
hospital Hecllon C-T -
Service, Washington, U. C.
You are required to appear nn
January 11. 1 47. In t h. above New Year"To
named court and eauae, herein
START plaintiff ...k. divorce. Vrm tnTACounty
: Telegraph shall ptibllah this
Let us put new snap Order In neat four weekly '0..11. AHWANTED

and sparkle into those ; % ANEW Wlni.at."Htarke tnr hand Florida and this nfftrtalseal t>.>

suits and dresses with ....", ,,., 11..1114.lFFIeIAI. I4EAI.. A. J. Thomas,

cleaning that revitalizes A. Clark of said Court. J, ow .. .. ---0 -
clothes and ?oR..h lea' Od 11'11 41 V'a.
your a Attyiv IfornYif I I..

prolongs their life and milestone of time let' atop -
Ai we pass another rinrnr ('nl'NT. all'uyoan 250 People
( .
appearance. Look your (0' rTV. FI..II") Ir ( ILIrI

best during the holidays just long enough for us to express our sentiment.of 1''U| r.Ethel (/.. Kt.vena. Plaintiff ... EVE
Ca.e NEW:
1 Call us without Charles Htev.n.. Defendant FOIl
the season. N.. 112 U. : TO I"AItTICIPATfo: IS
cherish the thoughts of the fine associations STATE OrFI>'Itir>A to: Charles
We .. ad-
M.r<. whoae .Id,"" and
and take this method of \ lWastWVirginia.n. tltreet NIGHT SERVICE
that have been ours N.tlshurgs ? ,
rei'ilred to appear
You are

expressing a true appreciation. January. cour't Ian I' ..In.....'. wh r.ln
named Starke
tlrllfttord CHURCH
PHONE 135 plaintiff seeks dlvorr.shall publish this FIRST BAPTIST

315 (011"1" Tel..r.ph four w....1?lu...
ROUT. Ord.r In rev h..nol and ot.I.. Observance: Ordinances Of
Temple Farmer's SupplyMike seal at Mt.rka, Florida, this [I.
.rn".r 1& Jt44 IIAPTIS.M I and LORD'S SUral"Enr
GREEN, fOF"I""I"l1'U..) A. J. Thomas

Ave. 41 risk or .al" t'.rl .
Owner Owner H. O. Drown Starks. 4t I.
Maruca, for Plf. U.U I




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Leaning Ladder i Scouters Consider Funeral Today Drake Sign Service Hammond. Two and one-half curity only the holder> list.of If stockholder any. contain and not seal camber tart,8/6: Florida. tOFFICJAL
in north half of NE quarterof holder as they appear up-
acres security (
Proves Callstreeters Widening ProgramIn For W. D. Faxon Changes LocationThe NW quarter of Section 10 on the books of the company but Aa CI..k SEAL) "J.
also In case where the stockholder T. F..ank Landrumoul
Not Superstitious 'I Bradford County township seven. Price indicated: or security holder appea..at'pon Atty, for Pit '4e
Funeral services for William Drake Sign Service, 309 43500. the books of the company as
Douglas Faxon 60, will be held in trustee or In any other fiduciary' -
Church will be located
Bradfordltea approach the New Representatives of the Rotary street Announced by E. A Strout relation the name of the person 1:11: .nrlrl' rOlru'r
this afternoon (Friday) at 2:30: the southeast room'of the Flor- or corporation for whom such'trustee C1)pN3'Y! Iet
Year with the merest modicum Club ,the American Legion and Realty : To Charley Pow- that F.OIU""" Iv
I o'clock In the Starke Church of ida Plastics building Call and Agency I* acting" I.e given; also ( )oUY.
the Office of Public instructionmet ers from II. I. Cexton, 40-acre the Said two paragraphs contain Betty Ii. Jones. .
of a well-known falling'-surjerstl-- USO Christ. Mr. Faxon, an Aviation Water Streets after January 1, statement embracing affiant' full """, J"., ,I'lalntlfr, y..
I at the building Monday miles Hoi D'end..n
tlon, to judge by the scene 'observed local Chief Machinist's Mate In the U. L. M. Drake owner announced farm on Highway IS, two. Knowledge and belief as to the clroumxtanck : ? t t
Dee 16, with district and and condition under
east of Starke.
Monday afternoon in frontof Scout officials to consider a. Navy since 1916, died Tuesday this week.In which stockholder and security ANI ORDER OF' PURLJI"'AT
afternoon In the Jacksonville To Harry C. Bleasdale from W. holder who do not appear upon TO APPF
Priest's dime store.It posals for broadening the Boy cooperation with Florida the book of the company a* tru-, STATI'] Jones IJr. A
M. Dukes 40-acre farm, Brooker. Henry U.
Naval Air Station Hospital following .
L. Scout movement In Bradford. Plastics the Drake Service will, tees, hold stock and securities In a dente and awhnnlO.
BO happened that painter address
illness. rapacity other than that of a bona I"
a lengthy .
T. A. Rowand. executive of the after New Year's fill orders Install fide owner: and this affiant ha. no Jones, Hr" 1213 Waye
M. Drake was called upon to refurbish Burial will follow the funeral Fair Salon believe than other ColumbIa, S. C.
New-Suwannea River District, T. and service Neon signs. Mr. Lady reason to any You are
the sign above Priest's services at Crosby Lake Cemeteryand Drake also announced that he person aKdoclatlon, or corporation January 27.required to apt
H. Osborne, district commissioner Being RedecoratedExtensive has any Interest direct or IndirectIn 1947 In t h"
double entrance: and leaned a and Carson Geiger Senior Masonic pall bearers will be' will expand his sign; and Neon the said stocks bond.., or other named plaintiff Court....ke an.' cause. ,

ladder! from his parked truck, Scout advisor, led a discussion Ralph Alvarez A, J. Thomas W. business to include Starke Green redecoration of the securities 5. That than the a average* so stated number by him of County Telegraph divorce shall pub p:

above the sidewalk, to the build- which pointed out ,the fact that E. Thornton, Joe" Martinez Paul Cove Springs, Palatka Gainesville Lady Fair Beauty Salon, east Call copies of each Issue of this publication Order In..next. tour han'l Weekly I ISealvat
sold distributed th..oulrhthe
Raymond and S. E.; Sparks. :Mr. Lake City, Lake'Butler and or Stark, and
ing. Meanwhile a throng of holi- the county has approximately 850 street was completed last week. malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers camber Io'iorida. th
Faxon was a Master Mason and Macclenny next January. during the twelve :month.preceding .. 34"; 1946.
to 18)
of (9 as
day shoppers, proceeded beneath, boys age of was a member of the Church of Mr. and Mra. Drake and their Walls and ceiling of the con- the date; shown above Ae Clerk ofSSaid Courrlt J. 7T. 1
contrasted with a cern, owned by Mrs Loyree Hart- l Is 1,680. ,
to and fro, with fbe :'alternative 59 now active In the local troop Christ Brother W Herron will year-old cin, Tommy, came here mann, have been painted In robin's E. K MATTHEW!), Atty.. Frank for Pit Landrum. Starke
Sworn to and subscribed beforem U.n
of braving mtbmlttlng to a officiate at the .funeral.
or and Cub pack. It was believed from Lakeland three months ago
egg blue and canary yellow, this first day of October 1946. -
familiar taboo: I I that Starke alone could supporttwo The son of theilate Edward and and reside at 305 Church street. and a new arrangement of furniture '- (SEAL) A..1. Thomas Clerk of IY cincriT co. w... nm,
Ten minutes of scientific observation Mattle Faxon the deceased was much Circuit Court County of Bradford COuIN3'Y FLOIU"'I
troops, two Cub packs and. ; "My business has grown so has been added The ex- State of Florida. It CEIIY. t\I:
revealed ''of more two senior units. I born May 14, 1887 in Hopkins- since I came here," he said "that terior of the building has been Dorothy Schreckengo". p
than ''50 :. young vine. Ky. He joined the Navy In these larger'quarters are needed v. Alex 8chreckeng..t, Der
Rowand and Osborne'prellentedan .
painted a light yellow.NOTIVIo 12* cinrfiT r.nritT. nnnFT Case No 6347,
ladies (of the mldclletwentlea'group 1016 because of his great Interest I have had to add an employe IX '
outline of a citizens' countywide ((! !'I'V FL.ORID.41' CIIANtKar. ORDER OF pV .II'A"
) elected to play safe and which would call for In aviation and by the time this John Fuquay to assist me, andI ] I. AND NOTICE 1"0 AI'Pb
.. detoured around the truck; via setup Notice IK hereby given that the Carol ohrel Perry Plaintiff vs. FLOIUDA ,
entered World War I Sehrreckeego.t t
six one-man committees In country was plan to .add. nother sign ,truck undersigned are engaged In business Phillip James furry, Defendant. whose reorder
the street. Five others Including of extension 'and an Aviation Chief Machinist's soon." under the fictitious name ofK. Cane Nt>, Saoi: address Is: ASN Box A'15$4
three teen-agers looked askanceat charge organ- Mate, a rating he held until his U.: laboratory located at Hampton ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND I. Oordon, Georgia.
ization, health and safety, ad- In the City of Hampton, Bradford grfIEoI: : ; APPEAR required to nntJ
Drake and followed the circumspect vancement, leadership training, death. Following World War I Raiford 104 County 1 course of dodging into he was married to Miss Beanie Troop to register the said fictitious name James Ferry, whose residence, andaddress named[ Court and causa"plaintiff ,
camping and activities and fin- In the Office of the Clerk of the la: ASN 89 7S5 111 Signs seeks divorce.
one door of the store and emerg- ance. Committeemen to be appointed Cooper, who survives him. He Has Parents' NightRaiford Circuit Court of Bradford County, Field. No. 305 AAFBW, El Paso County Telegraph "h\U puhn p-
ing from the other.. moved to his 16 acre farm home Fla. Edmund H. Shafer, two- Texas. Oi'der ,III next four weakly
will meet here the third thirds Interest Gladys 1. Sharer You are required to appear on Witness. my hand.
The majority of pedestrians Monday of each month and with east of Starke from Pensacola in Boy Scout Troop No. one-third Interest Btarke. Fla.' January 27, 1 and In the abovenamed seal at Starke. Florida and, th
.. however, either were preoccupiedwith in : 1935 and in 1939 was placed on 104, sponsored by the Baptist,. 1J-27 4t 1-17 Court cause, wherein vember 29 1849.OFFiCIAI. .
shopping, or simply weren'tsuperstitious. district committeemen once the Church, held an Installation and plaintiff seek divorce. BradfordCounty ( SEAL) A. J 'J'
Naval Reserve. After this
three months.Means XTATRMKNT: OF T If R OWNKRMMIP. Telegraph shall publish this As Clerk of said CourL
Some entered the country's entry into World WarII Parent's Night In connection with tMAUBMKVT., CIUl'l'-: Order In next'four weekly lasue. EI K. P.rryman, tltark., Fle
for sponsorship of ad- BY, Witness my hand and official A ty. for .PIt.
store, lingered for purchases and he was recalled to active duty, the regular meeting Monday Dec OP 4
made exit _. under the ladder. ditional troops was discussed. It 23. The Scout Charter was fram- !
I and during moat of the war wasa AUUTS'r 21. 1 12: ANI> MAHCIIH.
Others made casual judgement of was stated that all persons Interested code instructor in the Air Naval ed, presented and hung in the 1IM.1 and JULY 9, I.-....
the situation, then rejected the in further information on Technical Training school at the Boy Scout Room.Committeemen. published U! Bradford weekly County at Starke Telegraph Florida

proffered detour in favor of' the the scout program should contact Jacksonville Naval Air Station. and Officers for October 1, 1D46.

traditional shortest distance be- T. H. Osborne' He was placed on the Reserve were presented with their Certificates STATE! OF FLORIDA )) ,. Clothingand

tween points. A similar meeting of civic again In 1944 and was hospitalizedat and the following Scouts COUNTY OF BRADFORD )
I So far could be learned the and scout officials will ba advanced Tenderfoot to Sec- Before me, a Clerk of the Cir
as groups the NAS hospital from last from cuit Court In and for the State
figurative nose-thumbing to hard held January 20 for the purpose July until his death. ond Class: Clifford Bloodsworth and County aforesaid, personally .

I. luck failed to produce any tragicor of making .specific appointmentsof Besides his wife, Mr. Faxon Is Sullivan Bloodsworth. Laverne who. having appeared been E.duly I*. sworn Matthews according ShoesFOR

hazardous results.W.C.T..' county committeemen. survived by two daughters Mrs. Spooner, Charles Spooner, William to law deposes and Maya
that he Is. the owner of the Bradford
Jr. Leonard
Dorothy Hubner and Donna Dee Oscar Engram County Telegraph and that the fol
'Rotarians Suspend Faxon both of Starke; a son Sapp, John W. Carter Jack lowing, to the best of his knowledge

U. William E. Faxon of Starke; anda Cason, and Marvin Fritchett. Interesting the and ownership belief,, management a true statementof etc.,

Holiday'Meetings sister 'Mr* R. E. Mitchell of talks were given by of the aforesaid publication for the
For unto child In. born date shown In the above caption
IM a ,
Cedar Hill including parents.
Due to the fact that both Tenn. many required by the Act of August 24. The Entire Famili
unto -
IN and
UII a son given
DcWltt C. Jones was in charge 1912, a* amended by the Act or
the government shall be upon Christmas and New Year's Day of funeral March 3, 1933 and July 2. 1946. em-
the arrangements., Methodist ChurchSeason' bodied In section BUT: Postal Laws
MM shoulder; and IIIIt name fall on Wednesday, regular and Regulations, printed on the
shall be called .Wonderful.Councellor meeting day of.the Starke Rotary reverse of this form to wit:
The God Club no meeting of the club At The Tabernacle greeting from the 1. That the names and addresses
Mighty Methodist Church to all. This has of the publisher, editor, managing Every day is bargain da
will be held until Wednesday
The everlasting Father; The editor and business managers are:
The Starke Club of the NationalLaymens' been a wonderful year, and we Name .
of Publisher. R L. Matthews
Prince of Peace i Isaiah Jan. 8. It is provided in the constitutions -
Evangelistic Associa- with! to thank every one who has Post office address Starke

I 8:6 Christmas. from the of Rotary Clubs that tion had a wonderful meeting had part in making it a success. Fla.Name of Editor.E. 1.. Matthews, at the *' -*

Greeting' meetings need not be held on Monday night at the Gospel Tabernacle The pastor, the Rev. W. J. Post office address Starke. Fla..
VVCTU. Name Managing! Kflttor, K, I..
legal holidays After business reports Churchwell 'will preach Sunday Matthews, Post of flee address,
were finished, Roger Congdon morning Dec 29, at 11 a. m. on Starke. Fla.
d Dean of the Atlanta Bible Institute the subject, "End of the Trail". Matthews 3. ,That. Starke.the owner Fla.. are: E. L.

IN gave an ,inspiring message Young People' .will meet at 6:30.: 3. That the known bondholders, STAR StoriDAL
FOR THE BEST mort .,
"A Life <<"lree. and other security
and explained the work being Victory" be the I holders owning or holding 1 percentor
done In Atlanta., subject of the evening evangelistic more of total amount of bonds, .
Fresh MEATS Cured Other visitors were Dr. John sermon at 7:30.: 'mortgages None. ,-?, or other securities are:

McNeill and N. C. Brower, a student Prayer Meeting will be held 4. That I Ithe two paragraph*
next above:, giving"" the names. ot .
attending I the Bible Insti- Wednesday night, and a special the owners .utockljolders, and se-
SEECLM < Watch Service will be held for
Youth Meeting Saturday singing the old year out and the _

131:24): evening was conducted by Dr new year inf, Let everyone makea .J

John McNelll., ,and, consisted of resolution to attend church reg-
testimonies songs, new ularly in 19<&7. '
-. STARKE ICE CO. and an unique Bible quiz that

,''WHOLESALESALE people.tested the memory,. of the young Discarded Match C H t EffiAND

Next Saturday the program will Causes BlazeAn

be in the nature of a Christmas
service. All arrangements for the alarm sounded at 10:10 a.m.

meeting have, been made by the Monday brought the City fire department -
to a minor blaze which
young people.A
: fine Christmas occurred at the Gulf station, intersection
Program was
given Tuesday night and four of Routes 100 and 200 GOOD WISHES

visiting musicians took part. when an unidentified person care-

Ffc. W. B. McKinney Is at homeon lessly threw a lighted match on
a Christmas furlough and the station's'driveway.. FOR THE NEW YEARWe

assisted in the program also. > A puddle of'gasoline on the'con

Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Quigley have crete was ignited. "The flame .

Surplus ArmyBuildings had as holiday guests, Dr. John was.controlled by an extinguisher.I, "

McNeill of Washington D, C.,
Rev. Roger Congdon Dean of Recent Births ,

Atlanta Blbfo Institute, and N. C.

Brower, a student at,, Atlanta CATHERINE McCLANE
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr.

of Gainesville Announce the birth

ol a daughter, Catherine on Saturday -

Dec. 21, in the Alachua .' .

County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. "

NO PRIORITY NEEDED r a former McClane W.recently P. Smith purchased home the on welcome en opportunity

P to thenk for
South Church' Street and will you

move to Starke soon after the that measure of good

,,ryilUG pl? New Year will and confidence we

20 ft. by 52 ft. Buildings MObm JOSEPH: PAUL HOLLAND enjoy from you. From

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holland an- this priceless asset-:.the
HOWDY FOLKS nounce the birth of a son, Joseph
An opportunist IM a fellow who Paul good will of all we serve
on Friday, Dec. 20, in St.
READY TO MOVE INTOCAN Invites the wolf In at the door Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville end those who serve us

to enter and conic out wear'Ing Mrs. Holland and young son are -we hope to drew inspiration

a fur coat. now at the home of her parents, for continued

BE MOVED AS IS "Silent Cal" Cootldge's wife Mr.Citarke.and Mrs. V. S. St. John of effort and for greater

asked him about the sermon I w
achievement in the
one Sunday morning when he years
had attended Realty TransfersTo to come.
o h u r c h alone,

I IF WITHIN 50 MILES OF BLAND1NG What ,was he It n-plled.about T""Sin" Jeff Lewis Bradford County
are happy
from we
"What did the minister helrs-at-law of Roy Edwards
I ONLY A FEW LEFT-ACT AT ONCE! say?" deceased of Baldwin: have been of service to

-He "'u&IRat It." Southeast quarter of northwest you and trust that we
quarter and northeast quarter of
Eskimo Wife, "Dors your husband southwest quarter Section 12 may continue to merit

stay out late during the Township 6 south, consisting of your friendship and pa ..
NO PRIORITY--NO RED TAPE winter nights?" 80 acre Price indicated by recorded tronage.MAY :' : \' ;
Her Friend "Later Why. last deed: $2500.

year he didn't get home until To Gilbert S. Newcomb from n.

half pant January S. E. Rltch, North half of lots 17 ..
YOU FURNISH THE LOT AND WE and 18 of Block Two Dowling
Hat don't wait till the middleof
January for a cold-weather addition to Starke.: Price Indi- YOUR EVERY WISH BE FULFILLED
cated: 14300.

WILL FURNISH THE BUILDINGALSO checkup urn of easy Do ,It pleasant now to winter make To Elizabeth Haley from Gladys fc

driving. Come here for the Harrington Lot Six of Block 19

best In and oil and Llvlngftton-Truby addition to
gas courteous
service Starke. Price Indicated: $2300.: J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
To Sun 011
Company Philadelphia
from Ellajo Realty Corp., .
GULF OIL PRODUCTS N. Y. Property described from '
Washing Polishing 110 feet south of Eighth Street Dodge-Plymouth Sales & Service

Greasing and Highway 200 intersection

MOHAWK WRECKING INC.BOX east. 100 feet south 220, feet, Firestone Products

Temple & Lake west 100 feet and north to pointof

beginning in SE of
4845. JACKSONVILLE, OR CAMP BLANDING Service Station NW quarter of Section 28. township 600 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

six south range 22 east.
Phone 179
Price Indicated: 93000.

To James E. Bane from C. R. _



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