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 5, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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B Colonel] was interested Colonel to see Bradford In a recent issue of the SainesW BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGPH

that Milton Brownlee had addressed the KiwanIs Club In

E'y and Judging by the report he must have made as deep an

Ejo'n; on his listeners as he did when he spoke before the Rotary

If couple of year ago. It would do the country good It more Official County Publication Established In 1877

BUD went through some of the bitterest campaigns, as Milton

ftuld never cease making speeches. It will be so easy to for. VOLUME SEVENTY 8TAKKK. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, UECEMHER 5. 1041 NUMIIKK FIVE


Ring unqualified endorsement to Universal Military Training

told the Klwanlana that "I would rather have my boy spend! Welfare Board a Year-Old Jerry Rader Hopes To See Farmers UrgedTo

In the Army than have him go through what I and thous-

E other Americana went through on June 6, 1944.;-(the D-Day

Ei of Normandy. Names 2 Visitors; His First Christmas Tree In Six YearsAll Continue

Braining Is of ultra Importance" Brownlee said "and weB

always keep that big stick showing for people who may an- the good people! of Graham Chicago where he 'Is employed as I

I, waging war on the United States. I Sets Schedule are keeping their fingers crossed a (baker, Planting CabbageMarket

B war the training of the regular Army unit, the 18th Infan- these days.. 4 "I think the weather will hold

Rt to make the African invasion Brownlee sated. They're hoping and praying that ?' off the coma this year," says his
,I enabled us The District NOi: Welfare m Manager Ralph B. Alvarez -
plucky 0-year-old Jerry Rader will mother, a native of Lakeland
in with, some untrained troops several times later Board with
| thrown\ headquarters In Green this week urged Bradford
awake to
stay long enough enjoy FlA. "He had Just awakened, whenI
|war and I have) a healthy respect for training and what it Cove Springs, recently appointed his Christmas tree this year. If brought him to Florida ten farmers to continue planting cab-

I to men in actual combat Mrs. Phyllis Stickney and Mr. he does it will be the first he'aseen months ago. and he couldn't walkor bage through the month of December -

le, you and I," he said "are the ones who brought on the dlsKl Lois Darsey as visitors in Brad In six years since a tot use his hands" .

I reduction of our armed! forces aa we practically compelled ford County according to an announcement of two. As his mother "It Is still not too late," Mr.
talked Jerry was
Kgressmen to cut expenses after World War I. But we should made by Rev. S. E Of course his mother has carefully s behaving like a perfectly normal Alvarez stated "and the outlook

Irything humanly possible now to let Congress know that we District Sparks Welfare Board Member Board for the photographed the family healthy boy as he ran around the la good from all present Indica-
represent. "
BUniversal Military Training put Into effect before it Is toole 'lug Bradford County. tree each year and preserved It Young Jerry Rader 'In pictured front yard chattering and peel- tions.

1 on film for Jerry's scrapbook above as ho began his long Inic a grapefruit. And now he's Mr Alvarez states that he has
Mr Sparks also announced that but that can't compare with the commitments from
three-month sleep last winter. prospective
attending school.
Colonel wonder why someone doesn't start a movement to 'all
welfare positions in Bradford "real thing", as any starry-eyed When that would
his buyers Indicating they
entering" a roma
I like one-time Infantry Captain Brownlee to Washto eyes But In spite of her high hopes,
men County have been filled
few followingthe
youngster can tell you on Christ remain open and have to bo like to have at least 200 acres
to let our Congressmen In on the facts of life Maybe Senatord recent appointments of Mis.Stlckney mas morning.The cloned by someone attending Mrs. Rader still Isn't taking any of cabbage tq buy In this county.

| his cohorts would listen\ to them quicker than they would ', and Mrs. Daney as reason that Jerry Rader him.eordlne. chances When Jerry goes to Around 100 acres have already
sleep she arouses him at
K ranking brass that has been pleading for Universal Military visitors. hasn't seen a Christmas tree in regular been planted. *.
two-hour intervals all through the
Kg ever since the war, but seems to be butting its head against The members of the District six years Is that he usually sleeps The market stated that
to his mother Mrs. Rosa nls ht, hoping In this way to ward manager
E wall of Congressional stupidity and/or timidity. I Welfare staff working in Brad right through' from October to lie Rader sjnce. Jerry has seena off the tragic deep sleep that has he will obtain plants at around
ford County now are: Mrs. Dea January This year however -
I $1.75: or $1.80 thousand for
real Hye" Christmas tree. He already caused her son to sleep per
Wilson .Mrs. and thanks to the beneficial effects of
_Phyllis Stickney
interested farmers who will .
contracted a form of sleeping away two-thirds of his life. any .
lists Mayor's
Seek Mrs. Lola Darsey. Florida climate -- he is off contact him.Cabbage .
sickness called "encephalitis" and
his marathon
During slumber
Is For New Urges Support Of Miss Estelle Long District Director schedule 20 days and with"Christmas his mother only and the doctor. didn't expect him to periods Jerry is fed goat's mlk Is now bringing around,

Jren's Home Christmas Seal SaleA District and Welfare Miss Miriam Stubba friends are away hoping praying reach the age of three. Usuallyhe and Jello by glass tube and glucose $120 per ton, Mr. Alvarez stated ,
Supervisor announce
entered a coma late In October by Intervenous Injections. Buyers are also Interested in a

Lts of Bradford County will proclamation endorsing and that effective December 4It that- Jerry's troubles and awakened around his birth. Mrs Rader says that for seven cucumber deal here next spring
1. Intake days will be as follows: seems
date January 22. and would like to, lee from ISO
of the years before she returned to Florida
asking public support annual began'at.
1th other members of their 2nd and 4th Thursdays from the tender age of two -
sale of Tuberculosis Christ years and four months after The "Sleeping Prince", as the she slept at night In a chair to 200 acres planted In this county -
Florida 0:00 to 12:00 -Court House
: : noon
nation throughout Mr. Alvares stated. All farmers
mas Seals was issued thla week he had seen' Christmas roll by big town tabloids used to referto by her sons Hide. The family has ,
ng a special offering Sun- H. C. 1 Starke. seen three bakery shops, a home interested In this deal are asked
by Mayor twice at his former home In Chi him, is up and around now
cember 21, to raise $300,- 2nd Thursday In each month and part of their farm devouredby to contact the market manager
Urging all residents of Bradford cago. At that time he fell asleep, playing with his sevenyearoldbrother
led to complete basic facll- County to purchase seals duringthe from 0:00: to 11:00 A M. City I, In a modern version of Rip Van Leo, at their modest homea doctor bills, but they aren't Berry Acreage/ Short

lor their Children's Home current sale the proclamationstated Hall Hampton.2nd 1 Winkle for nine long months. mile from Graham, where Mrs. complaining only hoping. With the strawberry planting\

: Thursday In each month I When he finally awoke, Christmashad Rader and the boys came last Hard times? "Yes," laughed season now at an end It is estimated f
(established at Lakeland. 1:30 3:30 P. M. Com that 300 have
from : to : only acres
WHEREAS Tuberculosis takes long since passed.It February In the hope that Jerry Mrs Rader, "my noso Is getting
ding to Rev Lewis D. 03,000 lives in our country each munity Hall Brooker. Is now six years. 87 doctors, would recover. Fred Rader, flat from pressing tile grindstone been set here this season-a marked
Pastor of the First Bap- I 2nd Thursday In decline from last year's totalof
year and kills more people between each.month and a "small fortune" later ac- father of the children remains In !
urch of Starke approxl- :BOO Unfavorable weather
from 9:00: to 12:00: noon City -
I 900 congregations areg 43: years of age than any Hall conditions during the setting

to make an offering fortune other disease and I Persons I. Lawtey.desiring to talk with Dryden Sells Rotarians Hear Guard Stands period largely account' for the decline '

on that day. Special WHEREAS, Tuberculosis is a '
.. .
"! the welfare worker or place an Dr. John F. Lovejoy M
communicable disease spreads '
will available for
tees Joe 1 rW5 i '
No Auction
application for assistance may do Pecan .

I from person to the person Bradford and I so at the designated place and Garage Cabins Dr. John F. Love Joy, senior U S. By this time last year pecan i],;

hority tar the Children's I WHEREAS Tuberculosis coun.\\ hour mentioned above. surgeon with the State CrippledChildren' Inspection growers In this section had marketed ,>!
1 to ask for contributions I ty 250,000: pounds of nuts for a h',

e Baptist churches of the i waging an effective campaign to I Ernest t J. Parrish Sale of the Zek. Dryden garage Commission, and clinical Starke National Guardsmenwere gross of $85,000 the most .auc"; ,[ll l
control tuberculosis and, as partof director of
Haven was
and from their friends was store and tourist cabins: on State Hope "on their toes" Wednesday cessful season remembered] here

fit t by 1,153: messengers at- .its case-finding program advocates Dies At Brooker, Road 100 Just southeast of town guest speaker at the Rotary Club when But this year things are at the ''I
that adult have a the local unit, Hq. Co., 2nd
; the Florida Baptist Con- every to Anna Albrecht Helgesen formerly Wednesday. other extreme. 'There weren't i

last month in Orlando periodic chest x-ray and Ernest J. Parrlsh, 73 died at of North Bergen, N. J., was Describing the great program Bn., 124th Inf., commanded by enough nut to hold a single auc- ,t'''

[gave their approvalupon) WHEREAS, all activities of the the his home In Brooker ThursdayNovember2't ,, disclosed thlSsweek' by a deed recorded being carried on;'by the .Commission. ait... ':\ K. Mcpane Jr., underwent tlon anA,Mr.. Alvarez states that .-i!

ommendatlona:.ef'the' Bap'ate association are supported' by" /after a brief Illness. in the courthouse here. The Dr. LoveJo'etated'that the Federalinspuction.The apparently there.Were< only around '- ,

Board of i'Ud'ons! mid .sale of Christmas Ecmls of,He was a well-known retired consideration as Indicated bye purpose Is to aid families. who Inspector General was Col. 4,000 pound. In the entire Brad-, II
the (
[ trustees of the Home.* THEREFORE.,- Mayor farmer and was a member of th documentary stamps war 21000. otherwise would be made "Indi ford area. Tills would naturallybe
R. E.
recommend that the McGorrough' of 3rd Army
Starke, do God.Survivors .
tact Church of Other deed. recorded! in the past "off last
of more'than 100 acres gent" by the steady financial an year" following
of Starke and Bradford Headquarters, Atlanta and the
people include two daughter week were: and the
season's production,
ling Lake Hunter ,Lake- Tuberculosis drain of a crippled child. He heavy
with the
County cooperate Mrs. Kate Larney of Winter Mr and Mrs J. W. Gasklns to stated that careful Investigation training phase of the inspection late freezes'of last winter that

|owned by Florid' Baptists, Association by having a Garden and Mrs. Loca Mann Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter, 40 Is made so that families who can was conducted by Maj. Ralph H. nipped trees after they had already .

ready have i tour k cottages chest x-ray and Christmas by the Seals.generous I Lacoochee; two sons, Mark Par acres (the old Henry Norman afford this expense without suffering Hughetto professor of Military budded out, added the final
Idren under constructionPlans purchase of rlsh and Roscoe -Harold C. WallChildren' place near Hellbronn Springs), Inconvenience will not receive Science and Tactics In the ROTC blow.

call for three mores Lacoochee, and three brothers, $6,500. 1 aid to the exclusion of some unit at the Mr. Alvarez states that It is
University of Florida.
,, an office building laun- Joseph R. Parrlsh Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hasen of other more needy family probably "Just as well" that this
Home Parrish of Although official notification of
and dairy barn to be Raymond and Gus Brooker to Mr. and Mrs. A. A. i Dr. Lovejoy was Introduced by Is Bradford's off year as the mar.

iop Appeals For Help Lake Butler. Hazen of Gainesville, Lots II, 9, 1.1 Dr. A Y. Covington, director of the rating received by the local ket Is very poor in other sections.He .

fore operations of the Funeral services were held Sat 8, 0, Block 15, Ward City (Brook the Bradford Health Unit. unit will not be announced until reports that seedlings are sell- I

are shifted from Arcadia During HolidaysBelieve urday afternoon Nov 22. at 2. er), $2,500.: later the inspecting officers Ing for 18c a pound In Georgia,

[existing facilities long have lit o'clock at the graveside In Fort W. H. Hayes trustee' for Dr. seemed generally pleased with and Curtis for around 20c. Last

mldered inadequate. I hundreds it or not of there absolutely are Call Cemetery with the Rev. Willis J. W. Hayes of Jacksonville to Tornadoes Close their fln<1lna'here., and complimented year seedlings here brought 26e t rand

cottage plan will be fol- erally officiating. Burial was in the Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes of the men after the training Curtis around 3Bc. Quality of
and pitifully ,
I throughout at the Lakeland homeless, helpless here in j family lot with Key McCabe of Brooker, 140 acres (the old Hayes phase of the Inspection.The nuts Is generally poor this season I

I where each unit will be needy littlechildren will have right absolutely j Jacksonville in charge of ar homestead between Brooker and Tough SeasonStarke's administration of the Company It was said.
Florida I
like a private home as 88// not even a toy or a doll rangements. Worthington I. $2,500.Mr. : was Inspected during the

|e to make it. for nothing Christmas unless the efforts Pallbearers were his nephews. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards Sr. 12-6 defeat by Green afternoon, while the evening session W. M. Wainwright ;j.fo, I 1

(asking for the support of Children's Home Society of to Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards Jr. was devoted to Inspection of '

members and friends Statet of Florida the to secure greatly needed Commissioners Delay (the J. V. Edwards 8r. farm near Cove Springs Thanksgiving night the men In ranks observance of a Will Seek Place On 4/ ,

leaders have pointed out funds toys, games, dolls, food and Action On Paving Brooker) 3000. marked the end of Bradford High ,class In military courtesy and discipline Rail-Utility Board '. ,''f 4W. < f
air assistance is not limited and finally rifle marks
children's wearables are success Board of County Commissionersto School's 1047 football season witha I

d but is based on the need The County Commissioners at State Agricultural Marketing total of"three /games won and I manship.The M7: Bill Wa/Kwrrlght.
1 ( ) son
Individual child. The Lake- ful.The according to Board. 7 and 85-100 acres and 20' Inspecting officers seemed
Home Society, their meeting Monday to seven lost. During the season of N. D Wainwright Sr. of
Home, expected) to be one of Its long time State Superintendent make application for a dragline and 6V10O acre (site of present I pleased with the enlistment progress .
the Tornadoes scored 70,points/ to Starke haw resigned his positionas
feit institutions''for children Is ) being made the local
Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg. to ease flood conditions In Bradford Farmers' .Market) by
auditor of the state
I south, will embody features of funds, foodstuffs I their opponent 182. company since It now has 47 enlisted general
In desperate need County and agreed to Increase Mr., and Mrs. Jos. Gorellck of Road Department to become a
pted by leading child wel- kind children's i Th. Green'Cove Blue Devils men-9 more than the're-
of every the Womans' Club library Starke and New York to Mr. and candidate for membership on the I
genies of the country. kind and size: scored: In the first three minutes quired strength for this training
wearables of every i fund by $13.50 per month. Mrs. Conrad T tsch.: 2acre farm I State Railroad and Public Utilities "
and "oodles" of toys, games, dolls The Clerk of the Court WM instructed (across road from" Letach: farm), of the game Thanksgiving but the phae. Its total authorized Commission
nff Andreu to provide for Its to 1400. extra point was blocked. In the strength Is 07 enlisted men. i .
.and goodies to make application \ I
Mr. Wainwright began hi* State
Be Candidate" dally family of well over 600, the Board of War Assets ,Administration Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Green to, early part of the first quarter, Drive Quota Reached employment In 1921 as a bank examiner -
'children ''being cared for in Its, for the .dragline to Mr. and Mrs. Radford H. Brannen.15ft Jlmmle McRae. on a play marked Brig Gen. Mark W. Lance state '
In the office
[ReelectionA. Homes in aU parts of ; by excellent blocking got throughthe adjutant general, has announcedthat
five Receiving be used "in the preventing acres near Reddish Andrews In 1927 he was appointed assist
board Green Cove Line and made
of the State, in fostering further damages to our productive farm at New River" 3000. an I the Florida National Guard ant to Stats Auditor W. V. Knott.
O, Andrea stated yes- ing homes; special schools: and institutions farm area by flood water 30-yard dash across the goal. The j easily reached Its quota of 1,240
under' Mae Doleja Hammond and bus Tornadoes failed on the extra and was later named chief State
that he "will definitely" be lit hospitals and [
conditions. _. bans E R. Hammond of Lake point.In re-cruiting' bank examiner.
Idate for're-election in the foster homes. I "
supervision in The f 12.50: Increase In the library Butler to Mr. and Mrs Ceo. H.
H. served chief
franc primaries next spring. gifts In money should the second quarter a Brad- cently.I as mortgagerisk
Christmas January
fund will be effective Johnson of Hawthorne, two story i
Sheriff Aid that he was R. V. Covington. Ford back carried the ball across examiner with .the Federal
mailed to The state
matchedby military :
be amount Is organization
1 if the apartment house on North Church I
g tills statement In view of Consolidated Budding the /goal, but the play was called Housing Administration from
Treasurer 403 the city of Starke. The Board Street (next to Kopelousos home). enrolled 1.307 men during the per- was'ap
1034 to 1037 when he
that have been circulated Jacksonville. All with a 15-yard penalty for
of jlod which is 137 more than the
had previously granted a sum
to Jessie T. tyewart of Pennsylvania pointed State Auditor by Gov.
Iy throughout the county cash should be unnecessary roughness. Bradfordwas
other than quota set for Florida by the
$23: a month. Walter and Mrs. up Fred P. Cone. He served In that
I to Hygema
effect that he would not the Society Receiving Home, finally forced to kick on I National Guard Bureau of the
The Board decided to make no Lot 13 BlockA until 1041 when he was
candidate. 2360 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville Frances Wilkinson fourth down and 28 yards to go. United States capacity
: committments at this time concerning Mount Pleasant (on Silver named supervising auditor for the
one of the The Tornadoes regained the ball
V'i U to any
to advise'my many or around theIIII'll New recruits Joining the local
Homes at PenA' the paving Lake near Therema), $500.: and drove to the Blue Devil's 20-'I Board of ControL
Mends and supporters that other Receiving In Starke be- unit JamesM. '
Wednesday night were
School grounds a' He became general auditor of
otter' Sher- Lakeland or Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Starling yard line but lost the ball on
for re-election. cola reduction in Halsten and Walter Frlck.
drew stated "and I will "Daddy" Fagg appeals In all cause of funds.anticipated to Charlie Garrett 10 acres fumble right before the half. I( 1045.the State Road Department In .{

Christmas giftor racing Woodlawn. ffiOO. In the third the Tornadoes
a formal announcement to 'earnestness for a Members of the Board presentat period, Fire Department
man' Boyd W Holloway of Jacksonville were successful In '
effect from every blockinga
at the proper time donation M. O. Har-
child In hide for, the meeting D. Reddish were E. L. Crawford Beach to Mrs. Jeannette W. Green Cove try for a field goal. Answers Two Calls New 1948 Auto Tags

otherwise pitiful ones, rell. P. Kincaid Starke Holloway houseon The Blue Devils gained the ball
Now On Sale HereFlorida'
Thursday and J. L. Wynn.
be in tears on Christmas' Park Place. In the last quarter and drove The Starke Fire Department
will I'
Carl SmithSmith 'morn. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch to steadily with line runs until they answered two calls this week -I new auto taawent on I

I 1 Interior DepartmentHas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wheeler. Lot crossed the goal They failed to one at Nollman's Apartments on sale In' the Tax Collector's office

43, died at hIe home Board Office HereThe 3. Block 23 .Temple's subdlvlxlon. make the extra point. Tuesday evening and the home I December 1. and the 'deadline for
Starke. Tuesday, Dec. 2, fol- : Rent Advisory II S. Campanella of Graham to, Wednesday: afternoon at the driving with 1047 licenses Is Jan-
a John Federlcl of New York Lot of C. C. Camper on Church St.,
Ipngthy lllnen He was : Elects Chairman U. S. Department of Interior Xmas HolidaysSet uary 15.: The new tags have yellow -
'In South Carolina on Dec. has established a branch 15: Block 2, Little Hollywood. near Tenth.
numerals black back-
on a
18. Advisory Board of I II the For SchoolThe M..... Pauline
i The Rent office on Tenth Street near $100.Jerry I Watterson. at the ground.
survivors are his wife Mrs. I Starke met In the City Hall Tuesday depot and has three drills for minerals F. Robertson Alachua Noll man'. Apartments. suffered The major difference between

B. Smith of Starke. and all I afternoon and perfected 1U under way In Duval County County. to John M. Shaul'h"e..y.1 Bradford County School burns when attempting to extinguish 1048 tags and those of previous I
electing C. A. Lot :34, Indian Beach subdivision, Board at Its meeting here Monday
*hter Mary B. Parrish. -rKanlration by the local office announced this burning grease In an years Is that vehicles lighter than
le'.l services were held atraVeside Futch chairman. P. L. Bridge., week. John D. Warn Is project $20O. agreed that all schools will' dismiss overheated frying pan. The apartment 2SOO: pounds will use "D" 'letters

in Crosby Lake I vice chairman and Lucian Conner engineer of the branch office. on Friday, December IP for was slightly damaged.A while heavier vehicles will require

Cry Thursday morning at secretary. The office In Starke Is operating Dove Season Opens the two weeks Christmas holidayperiod. faulty chimney and mantelwas plain tags. "D" tags have been !
will be resumed
Bo-rd Classes
"lock with the Rev. Mr. Other members of the out of the University of the cause of the fire at the used for heavier vehicle In the $ '

1. pastor of the Church of all of whom serve by appointmentby Alabama and employs five per Florida's 6O-dsy dove bunting January 0i 194$. Camper home Fire Chief R. C. "". tj

" dating. the Governor, are L. A. Rennilds sons. Seven employe. operatethe season opened December 3 and The Board also agreed to advertise Buford stated. The fire burned Tax Collector Cui. .. Knight \
"' Holllngsworth, snd will officially end January 31. sale two trucks. two bolts In the J '
'itements were In charge F. drills. for living, room wall. | reports that sales ary "normal. '

'oVItt Co Jones.. O. L. Beasley.


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AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Bradford County Florida, at his office seal at Slarke, -
School Secretary 8TATR OF! VLOTIIDA tol MrB. In the county courthouse In 2, FIQrlda ;
Berths Topka whose residence and Starke Florida, at 10 o'clock A.f.. (OJ'Io'IC'lAL! 1847. \blctlmb..r
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Clay Hill i Accepts City Job Hd I Tho
Lung bland, New York. the final dIn By Lucille C". r" ''Uf! '
such admlnl ?nail, ,.
You arc required to appear on charge aa trator. f'
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNtR-EDITOH fly Lura Burgess Mohr i Mrs. Lois Moore of Heilbronn January 0. 1948, In the above named Till 29th dav of H.eIIERLON<). r'-"I"I'd.: ., ",. ",'
wherein plaintiff MARK r
Court and cause
Published Every Friday and Entered ". Second<< Ponra, Nebr. took over the duties of office sec- ......kll! dlvorc Bradford County Administrator of "rotate of tilanchu Atty, fur j.jf 1 "
rtm I at Bradford High School Telegraph hall publish this Orderin O. Herlonar, deeea ..d. 41 I:
0.Matt..r at the Port j Office at Starke. JIll... . retary next four weekly IHBUBB.WltneBH 12-6 4t 12-S
last week Mrs. Caro-
r succeeding
hem-In I meditate on the coming my hand and officialseal nEAL ESTATE
lyn Kinney who has resigned to at Starke, Florida. this L>e-
7 ll 1947 Christmas Holidays and I singan office of cemb 3, 1947.OFFICIAL iv nnrurr roritr. niiAnponn List YOur
MEMBER f accept a position In the Propprty
old Christmas nong. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas COIPVTY. FI.OIIIIIAl IN C1IAN- with for .
City Clerk Carl Johns.In An Clerk of said Court. CKII r. me. I hake
fly Lucille C. Conner, r,. C ", Plaintiff, va. pieces of Bold 11III
fjubncrlptlon '8 Annually IftjQ "Sx 'J.IO For Six Months The snow Is falling fast the her new Job Mrs. Kinney will T. Frank Landrum Stark, Fla. grncMa: Johnson, Defendant.: property and ba
pretty birds are gone; succeetl'Miss' Dorothy White, who Atty. for fit. 12-5 4t 12-28 Case No. 6169.ORDER many prospective bu I*
The green leaves and the flowers has submitted her resignationfrom NOTICH OF PUPL.ICATIONAND TO APPEAR square deal ft, Kuar te
bright. the City Hall Job effective NOTirH IMTK'VTIO'V TO MKK STATE! OF FLORIDA to Olive fair commission i Is all
INVESTIGATION COMES TOO LATEDo APPLICATION KOI' FI But still we have some fun. December 15. AN AIMIIMIMTKATOK. address 1..1. 308 Marlon Street, at. a lIIf'm..r. of ti
you "pay till it hurts" when income tax time rolls For winter days are nice and TO Notice ALL, WHOM la hereby IT MAY given CONCERN that I Lotus You Mlaaourl.are required to appear .on Realty assured Board that so II mef
Santa Claus la near. the big Rlngllng Bros. Circus. have filed final ad- I will
my report an January 6, 1948 In the above named nil' "**
around ? Oh, listen and you'll hear his bells, Her little girl Is pow big enough mlnlfttrator of the entate of Blanche Court and cau.eL.wherein plaintiff ;you to the ben of my ibID*
The chances are you do for none of us likes to payout Ring out with merry cheer I for a bike. Sne is always so O.flllld Herlonir.my petition deceased for final: that discharge I have.I Telegraph seeks" divorce.shall publish Rradford this County Order N. \\USWRIGIIT, ja

h taxes so great a portion of those dollars we have worked happy. Christmas Day Is Leon and K. Perryman that I will, County apply Judge to Hon. E.of In next four weekly la uen.Wltneiia Realtors 1Pbone Ui
Chorus Carter's birthday. He is one of my hand and official
tad struggled for during the year. Jingle bella, jingle bells. Jingleall my school boys who has graduated -
Back in war times we made our payments of heavy the way now from Baldwin. He Is work lOr

dazes less painful by thinking "Well, we must win the Don't you hear the Christmasbells Ing for an Insurance company.
ring out from Santa's Helpful Hint COOKS Grocery & Market
war, no matter what it costs. Fighting equipment is ex- sleigh? Be sure to send your Christmas .

pensive, so no matter whaj: it takes, we pay it willingly." Jingle bells, Jingle bells, Jingleall cards early. Enclose a line _

Now, however, it turns out that we weren't only buy- the way or two to an old friend. It cheers u- "
ing fighting equipment for our men. We were buying, Oon't you hear the Christmasbells the heart. It Is time now to ONE MILE NORTH ON JACKSONVILLE HIGHWAY =-:-
ring out from Santa'iIlelgh make your fruit cake and storeIn --
among other things a royal blue Fleetwood Cadillac sedan a tin container. I have useda =

and a fabulous country estate for Major General Bennett ? lard can. If you burn yourself FRIDAY & SATURDAY SUPER 'SPECIAFANY
He's coming with his gifts for al
E. .M'.e yers. That's what hurts. Some of the rest of us could good girls and boys slightly but it still hurts rub
the with moist Don't
Jhava had new cars too, if we had been able to retain a portion Just hear his sleigh on Christmas hang spot the wreaths soap. until .
of the taxes made necessary by the treasury pirating Eve you have up washed the window. Put ===

"of men like General Meyers. Oh, don't you make a noise. your Christmas tree in a can of BRAND NEW Rib & Brisket Stew-19

These post-war investigations are all very well but we Just hang your stocking up water and the needles will not falloff Fla. Cane Syrup Gal. 75c
And to rest. On Christmas ...;
{;cannot help but think how much better an ounce of investigation softly go Soak pecan nuts over nightIn .
will find Rump Roast .
DURING the war would have been than a pound of in- Just what morning you like you the beat. water. The meats will then MILK, 2 tall 25c 24c
come out "whole. Trim your
.1 t now. Christmas tree In of PoPcorn -: Chuck Roast
I! As it is, what does the hoodwinked taxpayer get for his This is a aong for Christmas and cranberries.strings Let the MILK, 4 small 25c ctt 23c

, money?-Some hair-raising newspaper stories whose sordid sung to the tune of "Jingle Bells". children paint some pine cone i'

details, though admittedly having a certain morbid fascina- By all means teach this to the silver or whatever paint handy for' Prince Albert lib' 85c Small T Bone 29c

tion, are hardly worth the money. Even if those who are children to sing again and again the Christmas tree. Do not break '"
J exposed in the investigation are finally sentenced and serve I have found no other song that' off evergreens. Use a sharp] Fla. Pig Chops 49c
a couple of years in a comfortable hoosegow with all modern will bring out the Christmas Spirit knife. Make some cookies for Pocket Tin P. A. '- lOc

I conveniences it is a small satisfaction to the hard-pressed as this song I have known for so Christmas and some fudge. May Fla. Pig Hams 55c
la excellent to
many years. all have Christmasand Saturday Only Quantity Reserved
bxpayer who has supported them in luxury for years, and you a happy
sing at school Just be-
f. till must support them in jail; also paying, of course, the fore Santa arrives.programs On the las For full of love and Joy. make CIGARETTES, ctn. 1.79 cxaCVJ Smoked Sausage 31c
Sunday night
k ixpenses of investigation and trial. i Jingle Bells I always had Santa this salad: 1 can red kidney beans
The testimony in the fantastic Meyers case brought out' arrive. As I write this the snow 4 sweet pickles, chopped; 3 hard Eng. WALNUTS, lb. 43c Q Fresh Dressed & Drawn

that the General's company could have manufactured and sold Is falling fast and winter reigns boiled eggs, sliced! ; celery can be

:.1 ita fuse boxes at $11 each and made a fair profit. Instead, outside. I do not even see a chopped and added too 1-2 cup; 100 SIZE Fryers, Ib 69c

the price was hiked to $44.58 each by. the greedy Meyers sparrow. The ground Is white anda one small onion cut up fine tea- 16 oz. Mop Head 60c
' blows. I have been
winter wind
1 and still he got the contract. spoon salt, 1 tbsp mayonnaise. 3 I

If a little investigation had been done at that point it have making a Christmas pattern for presents.a gingham I always moisten,add mix a well.little Arrange vinegar to in Fancy Delic. Apples 18c FANCY BEEF CUTS

is not unreasonable to assume that it might have occurredto horse. I have made two and they
nest of lettuce leaves. I like this
someone up or down the line that $44.58 was too muchto are cunning. If anyone wants the and think the young folks will. No. 2 Tomatoes 16c t;:; Round Steak 65c

pay for an $11 fuse box. pattern I will be glad to cut It It Is time to start singing

It is hard for the taxpayer who paid that $33.58 over- off and send you one to make I Christmas songs now aa you wash 1 Pound Tin :::3 Sirloin 69c

charge on every fuse box made by this firm to understand the youngsters some hones the dishes. Yes I sing Merry, Geo. Washington 69c
Takes 1-4 We had fun-
why the Army could not have been a little more alert as to yard. a Merry Christmas. God bless every- Breakfast Bacon 69'
\ eral Sunday a lady. Now last c
what was going on. General H. H. Arnold attempted to night our grocery man was read- one. Love -Lura LeSueur -=e

I dismiss Meyers as "just a rotten apple in our barrel" but Ing the Sport News and fell over IN ciitoMT cotinT. BRADFORD Garden Peas 21c ..c= Oleo 38c
after the showed that within'the Air COUNTY. FLORIDA I.V CHN. 03
J some with a heart attack. Don wentto t:KRV.Toiieph .
Forces had begun to suspect, General Arnold could only school with him. He Is now Topka. Plaintiff vn. Berth Soap Powder Vel 35c
Topka, Defendant. ('ace No 6119. Smo. Bacon End 53cSHOP
: excuse the decision not to investigate right then with a in the slumber room. I can see ORDER OF PUBLICATION f r
weak remark which said in effect: "We were too busy fighting his home from the window as I
' the war." The taxpayer will remember however that write this. How brief Is life. I

when there were lesser violations by lower officers' and GUs Just made over two dozen dough- CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION 't1..,..' olJNc" ,
nuts. I made
sour cream ones by
the Army somehow found time to prosecute. an old recipe. Seems I am always .'

But a late investigation is better than no investigation so busy and happy even In
at all even though it will do the taxpayer no tangible the midst of death. It Is pos

good where the frauds hurt worst in his pocketbook. sible.This

When and if it becomes necessary to let such contracts week I have seven let- REFRESHED
again: in the future, it is hoped that the country will have ters from Clay Hill. It is reported -
learned the lesson from that Mr. Mary Tanner Is
the scandals of two World Wars and
very ill. I am so sorry. The
demand some investigating as we go along not. five years teachers have had bad colds but

too late. school goes on. The Fred Langs

have butchered and everyone Is
getting ready for Christmas. The HAVE A COCA-COLA

i roses are blooming as there has
never been a frost. A new road
, Gf.b! J li going through the Clay Hill
r which will
community be an asset
Most are still breaking corn out
there and getting ready to grind
WGln n..lI
I cane. Ella Mae Osteen Is still
J hoping that some day I will come -
back to teach. God bless all the Phone 64 -- STARKE

dear children. Mrs. Cargo Orlf- On-the-Minit Service
I fla writes that they had been to

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Schwinn DeLuxe $69.95 ,

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/.r,. Doll CARRIAGES: $7.50$11.95 d G That Assures Us Of A Good SupplyAll
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1 RO.DS 3 11 -2 ft. to 5 1-2 ft. $I.D5 to $:::uo IIEATKRS AND SPACE HEATERS.

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1.\ Other FOOTBALLS $2.19 $3.23: Xf

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Heaven and Is filmed In technlcolor. I I I- - e Sullivan. ,
To iv: rmct'iT COVET m Ai>ponnFLOHIUAt In next four weekly Imuea ORDER OF TOBUfATION
waY Next Tuesday the Park will (COCRTY II: IIIAN- Wltnaait my hand and official AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Land
were ('RRY. STATE OF FLORIDA tot ClarenceH.
Drama show "Criminal Theressa seal at Starke, .Florida this December ..
cal Court" starring business visitors to Starke and John Kneilch. Plaintiff v.. Antonia ..lnn.. whoa* residence and ddr -
1. 1947.OIl'FIC'IAL I Ie Unknown.
Conway and Martha O'Drls- :
Park Gainesville Monday. Kneilch. Defendant. Can No. ltO.
'gTo Ity Mlna Eva Mae TrlrstMr. SEAL) A..J. ThomasAs You to on
coll. ( ar* required appear
. e Mr. and Mrs. Chas. SmIth :Mrs. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Clark of '.1<1 Court January 1, 19fN. In the above n.m-
the most unusual pic- For its mid-week double feature AND NOTICE TO APPEAR By Liiicllla C. Conner D. C. ert Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
of Lola Smith and Mrs. seeks divorce itradfona CounlrTlarraph
Cora Doug OF FLORIDA to: Mr ,
year, both in Plot and next Wednesday and Thurs- and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan and las of Providence Antonia Kne,'lch, who..* residence T. Frank Landrum Stark Fla. shall publlhh this. OrderIn
t the day the Park will "Les Mrs. Newell Horne And little were visiting and addr... la: Svctl Jakov, Otok Allyfor Plf. 12-5 4t 12.It next tour weekly laauea.Vltneea .
Kt,! will be seen at the present friends here afternoon. tinalnj Inland Loslnj) latrla, Yugoslavia. '\ my hand and "trl'alIOftftl '
and Mon- Miserable starring Frederick daughter. Anita, left Saturday for Monday at Starke, Florida, this De-
Bflieetre Sunday March and Charles Laughton, and their home In Miami after a You are required to appear on January ueniber 1, 1947.OFFICIAL .
To Heaven", Fresh Block of t, In IN rmrrtT rornr. n Ai>F mn ( SEAL) A.J. Thorn.
"Stairway based on the great classic by Victor week's visit with Mr. Sullivan' excellent typewriter 1949. the above namedCourt '
n COUNTY. FI.ORIUAI I'M: CHANCKHV. Aa Clerk of said Court.
avid Niven Raymond Mas- Hugo. The second film on brothers, A. L. and C, Sullivan. ribbon at. THE!: TEUE-!: and cause, wherein plaintiff I By Lucille C. Conner D. C. .
[ Llvesey. It Is de- the bill will be "Paris GRAPD ae.ke dlvoro Bradford CountyTaUarraph Sarah Ilonn. Plaintiff va <'lar.ne.1 T. Frank t.andrum, Starke. Flamy.
d 1 Roger Underground" Mrs. Herbert Cloversettle was shall publish this Order I H. Glenn, Uaftnflnnt. Can No.8181. / for Plf. l-& It U-*"
t, the New York Times with Constance Bennett shopping in Jacksonville Friday.Dr. .
C, of the year's ten best" and Gracie Fields. I and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton If "

,', of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
MIddleton of Jacksonville were,
guests at the can grinding at the I GREETINGS FOLKS -
home of Mr. and Mrs. C Sullivan
Thanksgiving afternoon. a Don't Forget To Trade With Your Home
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May of
Hampton were visiting Mr. and Town Stores. We Relieve They Give You
Mrs. A. L. Sullivan recently.

Sf Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Elland As Good Prices And As Much For Your ,
and little son, Terry, of Starke
IfOtf f INTIRJOR UTIF were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Money And Do More In Promoting Your
foND EXTERIOR EA gpTB Trlest Thanksgiving Day.
.. R Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand
ii Cement Palot7lu*.wntt* AND pASON :I little son were weekend Community.
I land I Cement base making It most guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall.
allot( decorating and protect, j jan ITiif Mrs, Thornton Johns and chIl- Place Your Order Now For Your CHRISTMAS TURKEY. For Your Choice We

Ixtt.( cement Being' and composed porous of masonry cemeaU, } 1 i dren Hall of of Hampton Gainesville and attended Mrs. John the Will Have Western Toms and Hens..:.. Medium or Large Also Local Florida

penetrates the pore and becomes J1 J- cane grinding at the home of > >. Turkeys at The Very Best Prices "n-- u--.- -->.
iclual'P-rt of the walL It Is wat r-1 Clyde Hall Thursday afternoon.

,[t. Color are llmeproof and will___ ee.1, Sylvia and Glenn Milliken of -, -- .
fade. Be sure you ask. foe
Mr.holidays and. and Mrs.with Mrs.A their.'''L.Raleigh Sullivan.Mr. grandparents Brannenand Red Delicious Apples, 2lbs. 25c Fancy ORANGES, doz. 20c !

SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE children, and Mr. and Mrs. .".. 'P" .... .. ,. I
Thoa. Brown and sons, all of
Hampton, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Mince Meat 17c Fancy Virginia
Imperial pkg.
STARKE, FLORIDA L. Sullivan Sunday afternoon.Mr. -

and Mrs. Ernie Newsome ,,
p u PEANUTS 1 lIb. celo 22c .
have moved into their new home ; bag -
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n recently completed here.
Miss Elizabeth spent the Phillips weekend of Jacksonville here-I Seedless Raisins, 15 oz. pkg. 15c .. ... ",

portant Announcement. with her father, D. J. Phillips.Mr. .. ..
Fla Tangerines doz. lOc
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan -
F. ,.
here and little Saturday.son visited relatives Fancy L"ETT"UC'E'2. f or 25c nun u.

\\he G. E. Home Service Demonstration Super- I dren Mrs.of Frank Starke Broadway visited and Mr chil-and ,. .. "" .. SUGAR ADDEDOrange

'sor Will Be At Our Store On Friday, Decent- Mrs C. Sullivan Thursday.J. .
J. Zeigler returned home Sun- Fancy Lg. CELERY 15c
ea. -
day after a short visit with friendsIn ,
Ir Juice
12th, To Demonstrate The New G. E. St. Petersburg. :" ,, ,, '
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier of
over. Starke were guests of Mr. and N0. 1 CANADIAN I
Mrs J. D. Grlffls Sunday. No. 2 Can 16 oz. Can .

children Mr and of Mrs.Rising Floyd were Crosby Thanks-and P otatoes 10 Ibs. 39 c 9 10c 24cArmour's \

I giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.. .. ." ". 10 '

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I CranberrySauce,. can .-._.- -n 23c. CORN BEEF, 12 oz.Star- 51c J

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Depends On The CARE LEMON PEE'L 12c Southern Lady
The Public Is CordiaJly Invited To See They Receive All Garments
This Demonstration And Also View Our I Carefully HAND Cp-ITRON Salad Dressing 8 lOc
oz. -
New Line of G. E. Appliances. Finished p .. "p ,


G. J. McGRIFF L'l O 109 WALNUTS PECAN NUTS Ib 39c G bbS-Catsup, 12 oz. : : 9c... I

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Veal Chops, lb. 52c Veal Cutlets, lb. - 65c

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g PURE LARD,'f{ - -n3k Shortening;; ;:1 lb. ctn. - 35cPillsbury

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Ladies AuxiliaryMet WSCS Xmas Party ram of Starke, lIfr,
II-soCIETY and CLUBSBusiness Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and Lewis and end
BrookerBy daughter ofrt
TuesdayThe Set For MondayThe son of Gainesville spent Thursdaywith h&ll8ee. Mr, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. ter of Baldwin Mn CI\d 1
Mrs. Paul ,
Ladles' Auxiliary of the Circles of the WSCS of the Mrs. Eva Harrell ana Mrs M. Mrs Annie(
Circle Mrs. Moseley Weds Presbyterian Church held Its Methodist Church will have their D. Harrell were shopping in andBrook and MrR. Paul l St,

Meets In AnnexThe Mr. ChristiansenMrs. monthly meeting Tuesday night, program meeting and Christmas Mr. and Mrs Tyler Jones and Gainesville Saturday. The R. A.'
November 25, at the home of Mr. party next Monday December 8, daughters had as their Thanksgiving B. T. Stewart was visiting his I and G. A'

Business Women's Circle Edith Moseley and John W. A Stem.; at 3 p. m. In the Recreation Build- guests Mr. and Mrs. A. B. .sister Mrs. E. T. Parrish of Lake Church.Monday night at the B
l of the First Baptist Church met Christiansen of Jacksonville were Mr. and The
Members were seated In the Ing.Mrs. Jones and Virginia Jones Butler Sunday.
Tuesday night Dec. 2, In the Joined in marriage in an Impressive lostess' living room where clever, W. J. Churchwell. Mrs. Will Mrs. Roy Wingate Sr., Roy Win- Mrs. Tom Markey and Mrs. Pitt be at Mrs Little Edward '

church annex with the Christmas double-ring ceremony Sunday arrangements of marigolds and Blair, Mrs. J. B. Cottrell, and Mrs. gate Jr., and Misses Barbara and Baxter visited Mrs. Tyler Jones on Dec lith: at 8:30: Eve
out. Twentytwo afternoon, '''November 30, at 4:30: hostesses. I. invited to
motive being carried dainty yellow button chrysanthemums Joe Martinez will be Elizabeth Wlngate who were Friday afternoon. attend
members were present.The o'clock in the Church of Jesus were placed at intervals, Each member 18 to bring a home from Tallahassee for the Those enjoying Thanksgiving Sec'.. Helen Barry
Christ of Latter Day .Saints in present worth 78c, and each person Edwards.Mr. and' H
i .
business session was presided -' adding beauty and charm to the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Car- :dinner with Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
by the leader Mrs. C. Jacksonville, with Bishop Stanley of the will receive a present for herself Dorrts, .
over scene gathering.Mrs. rie Ogilive and daughter, Stewart were Mr. and Mrs. B. H. and MrsHOOVER Tyler
A. Knight. Mrs. H. 1* Hough was Julian officiating.L. K. O. Duncan wan In all of Callahan, and Mr. and Mrs. Hardin, Byron Parker, Mr. and Saturday In CalnPRvUJe lon"l"
elected Advisor for the .circle for E. Burman served as best 1 R. E. Parnell of Gainesville. and Mrs R. with
charge of the program which consisted MrsBob. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. E Parnefe
the coming year. man, while the bride was attendedby of a clever-playlet entitle Sandra and Ginger Jones spent Robert Monette of Jacksonville, .

Mrs. Jessie Young gave the Devotional her .sinter Mrs. W. H. Hart, "Heartwood". In which Mrs. ]!f. BITS OF the weekend in Callahan with rel- Rex Hardin of Gainesville Mr.

and Mrs. L. A. Canova who was matron of honor. M. Davis Mrs Duncan Mrs H.H. LOCAL NEWS atives, while there they went to and Mrs. Hugh Ingram and son, only outlet Sales for &: Sonlre

had charge of the program with Mrs. Moseley chose for her Young, Mrs. T. H. McNelU Jacksonville to see Santa Claus Buster Mills and Mrs. Carrie Ing- Phone 1ZO. Smith" ItI'nllllltl i

Mrs. Ethel Biggs Mrs. J. D. wedding ensemble a lovely sold I and Mrs. J. R. White participated.Theme Brenda Higginbotham returned Gang,
wool suit with brown accessories. of the skit centered around Friends will regret to learn of home with them to spend this
Doyle, Mrs. T. K. McClane and Her striking corsage was of large Improvement of membership and the Heath of the wife of William R _

Mrs. Ruby Johns taking part. At white gardenias. program planning. Edwards In Memphis, Tenn. Mr. week.Mr.. and Mrs. Casey Atkinsonof J:" "

this meeting the Lottie Moon Members of the wedding party Preceding the skit devotions, Edwards Is the son of Mr. and Tallahassee spent Thanksgiving

week of prayer was observed.At entered the church to strains of hymns, and silent prayer were Mrs.. Ruffin Edwards, and was atone with Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ a

the close of the program a the Bridal Chorus from "Loen-' shared by members, led by Mrs. time a resident of Starke. Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville

.,octal hour was enjoyed, refreshments grin". played by a stster-In-law of Duncan. Barney McRae Jr.. B. C. Holtz- spent Thursday with her

: being served by the hostesses the bride Mrs. Margaret Manning, Following the program. Mrs. ndorf, Jr.. and Charles Knight parents, Mr. and Mrs Dave

Mrs. Biggs and Mrs Young. who also provided an appropriatesoft Kite, President presided over a returned home Saturday from a Green

musical background throughout short business session during five-day hunting trip in the Ham- Little Linda Gayle Green spent
the wedding ceremony. which dues were paid and standIng mock near Bronson.Mr. .
A -- -
several days with her grandparnts -
Li FOR TilE LOVELY Palms were placed at the altar committees reported. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton
where the couple stood, and large Later in the evening members had as their guests Sunday Mrs. of Waldo.

LADYIN baskets of gladioli were placed at enjoyed a social period, at which Crosby's mother, Mrs. H. W.
intervals around the church.Mr. time Mrs. Stern served delightful Townsend, and her sister, Miss Col. J. M. Markey of Waycross,

YOUR LIFEGIFTS Christiansen Is a former refreshments Hazel Townsend, of Lake City. Ga., spent Thanksgiving with Mr.

resident of Jacksonville, and was Mrs. Charles Schmitt and and Mrs T. W. Markey. III For HIM I For HER

I a mechanlca\ engineer before his Miss White To Wed daughters, Betty Jean and Mary, Mr. and'Mrs.. Gerald Robertsof
recent retirement. He also is a Starke spent Sunday with Mr.
Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer daughters
I veteran of World War I, having Mr. Boone, Dec. 21 Mary Louise and Francis and Mrs. Edd Polk. Ties.." Dresses
1Ha served with the 116th Eng., 41st I'I Leigh, spent Saturday afternoonIn Rev. H. H. Mott was the guest :
Div., overseas. The marriage of Miss Dorothy Gainesville speaker at the Baptist Church S ks' Coats
White of Mr. and '
Ray daughter Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Christiansen are
making their home at 334 North Mrs. Olin W. White, and Benjamin Ten members of Boy Scout Rev. C. A. Crosby Is sick at this Belts Suits

a Cherry Street.Madge Floyd Boone, son of Mrs. Ben Troop 38 of Abbeville, S. C.,* accompanied writing. We wish him a speedy c
7 W. Boone of Jackson Tenn., and by Scoutmaster R E. recovery.H. Sport Shirts Shoes
the late Mr. Boone will be solemn- Hawthorne, made an overnight
K. Mills of St. Augustine and
[ Ann MatthewsHas Ized December 21 at :3 p. m. In stop at Whispering. Fines Lodge Buster Mills of Starke spent Sun- Key Chains Bedroom Slippers

Birthday Party the First Methodist Church, the last week. i day visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Tie Chains Slips
Among those from here attend-
Rev. W. J. Churchwell officiating. Stewart and Mrs. Annie Lewis.
I Mrs. E. L. Matthews entertained A program of nuptial music ing sessions of the Methodist Con- Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lewis spent Trousers Panties

for her small daughter Madge.I will be rendered by :Miss Garnita ference in Gainesville this week the weekend visiting Mr. Lewis'

I Anne Wednesday afternoon at Hutto, vocalist accompanied by were Rev. and Mrs. W, J. Church- mother Mrs. Annie Lewis. Bedroom Slippers Sweaters

..or their home on Church Street the Mrs. L. :A. Canova, organist. well Mrs. Ann Parker Billy Mr. and Mrs. Earl GUlllman 9
occasion being her fourth birth- The bride-elect will be given in Smith, Miss Oleta Green, E. L. and sons of Jacksonville spent e Shoes Bags

FROM LEILA'S day anniversary. marriage by her father, and will Matthews Mr. and Mr. A. D. Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. T. Hats P Costume Jewelrysns
7 Twelve young neighborhood have as her only attendant her Martin and Mrs. Titus Olson W. Markey.Mr. _

A friends gathered at the home of sister Mrs. Charles W. Savage, as Friends of Mrs. J. B. Cottrell and Mrs. Gene Long and
There was a time, In days of
the honoree matron of honor. will regret to learn of the deathof
"' where Christmas dec-
daughter of Starke spent Thurs-
when the fond husband ort
orations Charles Boone, brother of the her uncle, Dr. Thomas Franklin -
high-lighted by the
pres.rnce with Mr. and
hopeful suitor must travel afar day Mrs. Eugene /-
a of a small, lighted Christmas bridegroom-elect, will serve .as Bargeron of Perkins, Ga., on
to find a gift worthy of "the i
best and ushers will be Char- Nov 22. after a lingering Illness.
tree, were used for this festive
frl light of his life" But now- He had been liclty of Alpha Chapter of Cav- > I
occasion. les W. Savage and Olin W. White, confined to the Mil-
aliers Dance of the Uni-
adays all your troublesome giftproblems len Society
Hospital for the past six
Throughout the first of
are solved by Just ono part Jr.No months. versity of Florida were In Talla-
Invitations Issued Mrs. Cottrell left Sunday
are being
afternoon the children
quick visit to Leila's atyour enjoyed hassee Saturday, November 22 for
I morning to attend the
several delightful games but all lends of the couple are funeral.
convenience the activation of a new chapter
assisted by Miss Kate Struth. Invited. Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mr. and of the organization. The Initi-
During the latter of the Mrs. Leonard Smith, Jr., attended USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN
Gathered here In 'one fabu- the funeral of Mrs. Davis'Uncle ation of the new members at Flor
day, young guests were Invited Miss Strickland
Ious for ida State University was under
array your personal Capt. E. O. Causey Sunday
selection are Costume Jew. and dining colorful room, where balloons Weds Mr. WatkinsMiss In Palatka. the direction of President. Thomas.
favors of t
airy from the smartest shops Christmas Miss< Marjorie Carmichael left
along Fifth Avenue '. Pins, cones filled with candies Martha Lee Strickland and Miami by plane Saturday for Cat
were given each small -
Necklaces, Chokers, Earrings, during refreshment time.participant Milton S. Watkins, both of Wild I Cay, Bahamas, B. W. I., where

Bracelets, and Compacts A colorful birthday cake with four wood, were united In marriage she has a position as secretary
thi In our wide selection you'resure candles Sunday, Nov 30, at 5 p. m. in for the coming season.
tiny was cut by the child'smaternal
to find something to please W. the Latter Day Saints Chapel, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sexton of
grandmother Mrs.
the most fastidious lady Jacksonville with Bishop Stanley Atlanta
were Thanksgiving guestsof
r E. Middleton, while her paternal
young or old Julian performing the ceremony.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin 'Johns.
grandmother, Mrs. E. S. Matthews -
served Watkins Is the granddaughter Friends of Miss Lettie Bowers
punch and ice creamto
Then there are our lovely of Mrs. J. C. .,
the children.Presbyterians. Manning of will regret to learn of the deathof
Ili i Ethel-Lea-Nore Sachets Fascinating Starke. one of her brothers in Salem,
Jewel Boxes, Perfume The bride was attired in S.
f a wool C., where she was called Tues-
Bottles of fragile, beauty, and Have suit of a delicate shade of rose, day of last week and remained
Dresser Sets that are "out of and had as her until t
friendship Supper corsage a lovely Sunday.
1 1 this .
, world" Small decorative -
purple-throated orchid. Her
accessories Mr. and Mrs Ned Yancey and
,t Trays Linen Handker- Wednesday night of last week were of brown and rOle: sons spent the Thanksgiving holidays -
chiefs Handkerchief Folders for at 6 p. m. members and, friends of A brother of the bridegroom In Sanford with Mrs. Yan- L e4AN0eigyls

for the traveller Silk and Wool the Presbyterian Church enjoyeda served as best man, while the ey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. _
Scarves, and hundreds of other "friendxhlp" covered dish supper bride's sister, Miss Joyce Strick- Stevens.

personal Items. *. ., held In the chapel. land, was maid of honor. George Arch Thomas, Jr., President OIANA -

Bach family brought a covered Hill, Jr., sang "I Love You Truly" and Mack Futch, Director of Pub-
The very young folks aren't dish to the scene of Thanksgiving, prior to the ceremony. ',1110 ) r lAel YAAY
, forgotten, either We carry /,
where Following the
participants gathered for marriage the \ IItp
f, a large of Items for w
II variety gift an hour and a half before attending couple left for a short honey-
children of all .
ages Infants moon trip to South
Thanksgiving services at 7:30 and DA.BIICTARKE -
Rifts for boys or gills' In the church their '
where Dr. J. Warren upon return will reside in Ndaech
Small dolls, books, rattlers Kaufman, Minister delivered Wildwood. FLA.Nun. .
!I caps, shops, bootees, and the I the evening sermon_ I I

, Animal Circus Children'sstationery Mon. IH-c. 7 H
t' In colorful designs About 40 persons were presentto Miss Burns Heads PmuJ
share together this
t, j occasion. Atlanta Senior ClassMiss STAIRWAYTO

t? Candles for every occasion Joan Burns, daughter of TO \

Hurricane Lamps Ice Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Burns oAt- David! NIven Raymond Massey
a Bowls with tongllVatt'r lanta and granddaughter of Mrs.P. "Beautiful AU ka" & News BI1LO'Vk
t Pitchers with stirrers and glass H. Manasaa of Starke, was recently ,.. $ w

i Console Sets Stationery for r honored by being elected Tues. ONLY Dec. 9

teen-agers and grownups president of the Senior Class at ,
Xmas Seal and Xmas Papersfor Henry Grady High School In Atlanta Criminal CourtTom '
wrapping RE She is also president of 3 _
F -
Conway Martha O'DrH-
the Student Council and the

J, Beautiful Silver-plated Candlesticks Alumnae Association 41011"Oorrow"l finer giCt than a
\ Compotes, Bon Bon Miss Burns spends her sum- Blonde'' Jt News Remember-there is nO Bulova1
I aF Dishes Flower mers In Starke with her Alto "IIall Notre Damo" watch han a
/ Bowls, Water grand- r .. is nO finer
Sets, and Cocktail Sets HOWDY FOLKS: mother and has many friends Wed. Thurs Dec. 10 11 and there
I Table Lamps, Men's Lamps. here who will learn with Interestof DOUBLE FEATURE sir

I I Ash Trays, Cigar Boxes, and ECONOMICS It the wlenrChlrh her election to these offices of I

Cigarette Boxes Bridge \\ explain why business student leadership. Les MiserablesFrederick
Card, single and double decks lit lousy but has no Idea what

-also parked single and doubleIn to do about It. Yule Program Set j'' March, Chan. Laugh- Jewelry

leather cases for gifts For ton Gem
llunhamli MI'\0 got to got Woman's ClubThe
rid of my chauffeur tie'i PARISUnderground T
Antiques., and the fine gifts nearly killed mo four tinssa"WIfet Starke Woman's Club will
for the Christmas table in dessert -
"Oh, Rive him another have Its monthly meeting on December -
plates and bread and butters fhancej": 10 in the club house Mrs. E. Call St. -

Crystal Punch Bowls J. Warren Kaufman, Chairman of Constance Bennett! Oracle j 09
with cups Fruit Cupettea. When a man Kayo he mn the Department of Education being Fields

Demitasse Cups and Saucersfor thing at his house, he usually In charge of the program. At Also News

the collectors. .. means the lawn mower or the this meeting the Christmas theme I ..

washing miwhlne.One will be carried out In program\ Fi4. !Sat. Dec. 12: IS tas
A lovely line of Slips down, music and decorations. DOUBLE FEATURE /an In Iu4 Hdnsl .
and Robes Also a beautifulline honk of your horn hrlng'o..r Hostesses for
of LadlesVeal'lng Apparel' Ks oil, and lubrication be the afternoon will Genius At \Work
: Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Mrs. E. D.Tenley. .
service to you-prontoetiJ!
Airs T. H.' Osborne, Mrs
In short we have a dlstlngulnhed at your heck and cullDrive C. F. Ward. Mrs. John Uglow. \Vally Brown, Alan Carney
gift for the baby, In and afro fOil ymirm'lf.
Mrs. Ruth Frazler, Mrs. W. J.
bride, man, wife, sweetheart,
Churchwell Mrs. E. K. Perryman, +
or friend Come In and see GULF OIL PRODUCTS Mrs. A. Hartmann, Mrs. Bum red' 1:;
for yourself .. .
Washing Polishing Whlgham.Mrs. .

With Tim Holt :
Greasing : Sam Dell of Gainesville /
Also .
"Revcue DoK" ,
70 pent last weekend with her. sis- Otapt. 10Law .? Wild"iAREZ'
a Temple & Lake tars::M.J: K..8rowelea+. .. ----, n.rsa ;ul aoausRl

Service Station .' '

I Phone 179 STARE Men;Clothing IJI I ..j.,. 115'
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Established 1894 J :.: .:

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5, 1947

of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Carter of Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and son Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nunnery anddaughter Mrs Nelma Keene enjoyed the tion of the Everglades National
Providence spent Thanksgiving Chuck arrived home Sunday after Haroldlne
spent last Thanksgiving holidays In Montgomery Park and other festivities in
day with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell spending two weeks visiting a- Monday morning in Ocala. Ala., where she was a Everglades Saturday.
p- and family. mong relatives in Barnesville, MIltS Ruth Day of Florahomewas guest of her son-in-law and .
W Anderson returned Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Knight Is visitingher
lifter spending five weeks J. M. Brownlee Mrs. Sam Dell, Miss Marlon Brown of Tallahassee Griffin, and Atlanta Ga. a weekend guest of her daughter, Major and Mrs H. H. slater Mrs. Charles LarsenIn

{ Pa., with her lIOn- and Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson spent Thanksgiving at the Mr. and Mrs. ,E. J. Dowling, Jr., brother-in-law sister, Mr. and McConnell.Mr. Lakeland this week.
burgh home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. have returned to their home on Mrs Charles Schmltt. and Mrs. N. D.
and laughter, Mr and< were guests Sunday of Judge and Clifton Walnwrlght, I Mrs Ben Holtzendorf left
Brown. Pratt Street after Miss :Margaret Durshlmer of
j t Schwab, and two weeksLdelphla. Mrs. A. V. Long at their home on residingin Jr., are spending several days In Thursday to visit her mother
Visiting! at their Pompano, where business necessitated Brooksvllle was a visitor Thanksgiving
Pa., with 'her Cowpen Lake.Photographic. respective I Miami and Key West. While Mrs. R. Koolbeck, who is ill\ at
hotnes during the their staying for about day at the home of her I
and holidays
Tin-law sister, were
Greeting Cards brother and there they will attend the Dedica her home In Jasper
Mullin, and other Charles Mooney Al Harley and three months. sister-in-law, Mr. and
made from II
oM the your own negative at Billy Edwards, all of Clemson College John Hemingway and Mrs Mrs. Frank Durshlmer, and fam
a had Hollywood Camera A Gift Clemson, S. C. Amanda Hugglns of Elizabeth- ily.Miss
G. W. Alderman as Shop. st lz19 Mr. and Mra. Albert Mixon town, N. C., were guests Thanks- Carolyn Keene was a guest
and Mrs. George Miss Madeline
.,eats Mr Crosby of Day- during Thanksgiving of Mrs. Art
of Mr.'
Mrs. J.lie tona spent Sunday in Gainesville giving day and Mrs Orle II
Beach as
of and Miss
It Dorothy
and Mr. and
Hampy Mrs. Stock-
guests of Mr. Wiggins and family.
and Mrs.
Mid 'Ray ontrving Crosby who Is a senior at PSU, Pharris 'well in Etibtls. I
Day. spent the Mixon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and
;Cordon B. Knowles orion their Thanksgiving parents Mr. and holidayswith Mrs. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins daughter Nancy, spent Thanksgiving HOOVER Safe & Senior. The I Sunday & Monday Dec. 7. 8

guest last Sat. A. L. Crosby, in Brooker. were guests Wednesday and day In Live Oak aa guests ,only outlet for genuine parts I
f was a W. White. Thursday of last week at the home of Rev. and Mrs.. J, E. DuPre. ;Phono 120. Smith's Garage tf i CRY WOLFErrol
J. Mrs.
of Mrs. Effie Johna and sister, of Mrs. Adkins' brother-in-law and Mr. and Mr?. Charlie Decker of : Mrs. Roy A. Gummerson' and'
1 Mary Faulkner spent the Mrs. Carrie Smith, spent Thanks slater, Mr. and Mrs. John Love Buffalo, *T: Y., were Thanksgiving 'non 'Ronald of Peoria, Ill., arrived'I, Flynn Barbara Stanwyck
tiring holidays In Alma giving in Jacksonville visiting Wilkes in Jacksonville. guests of Mr. knd Mrs. A. Hart- Sunday for a visit with her sister
guest of her sister Mrs. their sister and niece, Mrs. J. J. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng and mann. "Ml.ss Elma Hickey. Mrs. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Dec. 9. 10 11

Jordan. Gross Mrs.and Mrs. Mena McCrutchen. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long and Mrs. Hal P. Glllen and daugh- Gummerson will be Joined here on LIFE WITH FATHER
Elam Lewis
Mildred Thomas and spent Thanks- daughter, Mary Ann, were dinner ters. Dianne and Paula spent last Christmas morning by Mr. Gum
Leslie Starling spent the giving day with her son-in-law guests Thanksgiving day at the weekend in Lake City with rela merson while she plans to remain Wm. Powell Irene Dunne
.giving holidays in Miami daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long tives. through New Years day.'
F ore of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Larramore, of Homeland. Mr. and in Brooker Mrs. Gummeraon will be remembered Friday & Saturday Dec. 12-13
: Mrs. Larramore Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Heming
|dm.!l _?, with her and returned home Mrs. Pauline Torode and Mrs. way were Thanksgiving dinner by friends here aa the for- DOUBLE FEATURE
I spent the weekend P. A. Moore mer Miss Bettle who t
Conner has returned spent last week In Hickey was
an guests at the home of their son- GHOST TOWN RENEGADES
It Petersburg, where he atE here.Mrs. I Miami as guests of Mrs. ,Moore's employed a few years ago In
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mra.
P. EX:
of Lash
Stone Archer With LarueRETURN
Chamber of Commerce was daughter, Miss Hazel :Moore. Leila's Beauty Salon. I .
the H. E. Alexander, In Jacksonville.II. *
guest of .
Tuesday her sister :
ftlon: from Sunday throughy. M. Davis. Mrs. Stone Mrs.E. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott, Mr. N. DuPre of Live Oak wasa Wedding tall ring, announcingthe J 1
route to stoppeden and Mrs. W. F. Babcock, and Mrs.F. guest Tuesday of his brother and arrival of Silver and Crystal: OF RUSTY
y.G. D. C., V. Kent spent Thanksgiving -"Her C'hoMon Pattern". Shower
Mill of St. Augustine where she sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
\weekend guest of his sister, extended visit plans with to remain her daughter for an, day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter, DuPre and family. !Kirt*. The Hrlde' Hhoppo, 302: W. RITZ Sat. Sun. Dec. 6-7 *

( ante Inpram, and his son, Mrs. S. Minton. Glatzau and son, S 1-c Bobby i Mr. and :Mrs J. T. Quigley had Madison.Tommy. BANDITS OF BADLANDSAnd
I Mill"\ The latter accom- Glatzau in Deland. I as their Thanksgiving guests F. Wasson of Bainbridge/
him to !his home Monday Mrs. Julian Peek returned last Mrs. :M. L. Maynard of Alachua A. Scott, and Stanley Carnell and Ga., la a guest at the home of Mr. FIESTA With Esther WilliamsAlso
day Tuesday after spending the past arrived Monday for a week's visit sons, Corbln and Gene of Or- and \Mrs Ralph Johns at the State Serial &
several months with her niece, with her daughter, Mrs. W. B. mond. Prison Farm. ComedySCOTT'S
Emalyn spent Mrs C. H. Hall In Newton .Ga. Alexander.Mr. .
J.ekend as guest of Mrs. Eva Mrs. Peek I .- - - - - ..-. - - - -
plans to return to New and Mrs. R. O. Nunneryand "-'
iMirn at Hellbronn Springs. ton this weekend.Mr. daughter Haroldlne spent two

$ Myrtle Thomas and Jimmyr and Mrs. E. L. McKnightand days recently in Plant City with
were guests Thanksgiving daughter, Delores spent the relatives. Thursday, they enjoyeda GIFT SHOP
t this father and mother. Mr. Thanksgiving weekend with rela- trip to Jacksonville, where they I
jlrs[ J. O. Deaver, In Bruns- tives in Manning and Sumter, shopped and visited with friends..
IGa. S. C. Mr. and Mrs R. L. Stone was
It f and Mrs. E. B. Williams J. M. Preston, who Is employed) shopping in Jacksonville Monday. r
(guests last weekend of Mr. at Fernandina spent Thanksgivinghere Mrs. J. M. Hembree was a guest

11. M. C. Roberts at Staten with his wife and son, Jim from Wednesday through Sunday

Farm. my. of her sister Mrs. C. W. Norton, REDUCTION on Price of All
| and Mrs. W. H. Williams Mrs Glen Duke and daughters In Wewahitchka. 20 %
u i guests Thanksgiving; daynd Gall and Terry Dea were guests Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and

Mr W. C. Perry and from Wednesday through Sundayof small sons, Billy Boy and Jimmy, Gifts 8 NoveltiesA
'no Sara Jane and Martha last week at the Kingley Lake were guests Thanksgiving day of ,
all of Jacksonville. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Anal Mrs Dowling's parents, Mr. and

ml, a Hallmark Christmas rews. Mrs. Roy Mathews In Palatka. FEW OF TilE MANY BARGAINS ARE:
I and you .Bend t h <. finest. Dr. and Mrs. Bryant Carroll of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard of
Hixilcotlon' at the Holly- Jacksonville recently arrived at Jacksonville were guests' Thanks- Reg. Price NOW Rejf. Price NOW

| Camera, Gift Shop. their Kingsley Lake home' where giving day of their son-in-law and 20 PIECE LUKAY .1 "c. ORNAMENTAL "
8t 19-19!) they plan to remain for several ,daughter, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Ep- 3,95 4 95
I'rt' Billy Miles of Mllledge- week! person, Jr, accompanied by Miss CHINA SETS __ __ 5.25 DUCK FAMILY for yard 6.25 u

| Ga visited last Wednesday Mrs.! J. H. Ritch and Mrs. J. L. Mattllane Perdue Miss Mary HAHY'S HANDPAINTED
ih Sunday at the homo of Perk spent Thanksgiving; day ,Sue Epperson returned with her 1.79 I 1.95
urents, :Mr and Mrs E. F. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton 'grandparents for a weekend visit. RUGS.; _______ 2.25 COMM: & HRUSII -.__._...__ -_ __ 2.50 '1'I 1
Ritch In Orlanrlo. i Dinner guests Sunday at the 'I
and Mrs. W, H. Hart and Mrs. William R. Morse and Mrs. home of Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mr. CHILDREN'S 98 DISTINCTIVE 2.95SCOTT'S I

'iter t Kay; Mr. and Mr. L. E. Clara Latterman drove Sylvia and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were Mr. SHOULDER HANDBAfiS ____ 1.25 ( OI.J-T Ul\Il\IED VASES __ 3.95 "
II and children, Michael and Morse. J. E. Denmark and C. W. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan; Mr. end

;? I1'L C- .. .9aelrY apt!) Colson back to Stetson University ,Mrs. L. ,E. Jordan, Jr., Harold IIAIIY'S
inn C W.,""Jr.;"Joaft, and Sunday, where tll" 'resumed their Jordan, all of Oviedo; Dr. and Mrs. L23 Qg
:1:i of Gainesville; and Mrs.a .' studies after spending the Thanksgiving C. C. Mendoza and son. Cliff, and -- -
Thomas all attended the : holidays at their respective laughter Miss Gloria Johns, and
age of Mrs.v Edith Moseley homes. Mrs. N. T. Ritch, Jr., and daughter Save On These And Many Oilier Chriatmnn Items
John Christiansen and the Mr. and Mrs. Walter King and Dlanna. all of Jacksonville
age of Martha Lee Strick- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonwere Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch spent 60S TF.MPUCVI'NliE:
and Milton Watkins Sunday fishing at St. Augustine re Wednesday through Sunday of
kaonvWe.It..l' cently. last week in Arcadia. I l:.

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SIX DDADFOBO COUNTY" .............. STARKg WttOODALife ........,,,. nEg.....

With Father of "Cry Wolf" Is essentially a broke all records for long runs ter Joan spent part of last weekIn 'The Bradford NOTICE County Board! nf Pub- Heeks Court and divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County berl5 at. 1947,kb, I1'h'rJda,
modern of on Broadway, and the film is said Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. ;Ito Iimtructlon has for sals the fol Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Offlclal teh D
parallel to the fable .
transportation next four weekly Inmirn.Witness l
Will Be ShownAt the who cried"Wolf" to be an accurate interpretationof Grady Nettles. Mrs. Starling: also equipmentsIchassis lowingdascrlbed my hand and official seal Clerk raRld COU\; J TI
shepherd's boy the play visited her uncle, J. F. Anderson, 1936 Ford, Motor No.RI880705U at Btnrke Florida, this December By Lucille r "otter,
In too to be Zaeh D t.
Florida Soon Jest With school bus 2 1947.OFFICIAL H. Dnu9lse,
believed when he The fads and foibles of the who has been bedridden IS yearsIn bodv mounted ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas AUy .for Flt Galn.vlII,
was eventuallyfaced
Madison Avenue in the home for the aged and chassis Chevrolet, MotorNo. As Clerk. of said Court. lI.f ,
Eighties along flAUT0M0a11
t Two of fllmdom's leading romantic with actual hU87
dancer. crippled. She also visited her. i t h school bus By Lucille C. Conner D. C. ,
stars are teamed for the Next Tuesday and Wednesdaythe New York are depicted with rare and body mounted. Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla.
first time In their notable screen charm in this film that IB filled cousin, Clyde Anderson Mr. Prospective purchasers may examine Atty.; for Pit. 12-5 4t 12-30 : (
Florida will
enliven its
screen with romance and tender mom- Mrs Ralph Starling and Mr. and and Inspect this equipmentby "AB.LITV
i careers In "Cry Wolf", which with the film version of ClarenceDay' Mrs. A. M.: Townsend while there. contacting the office of the IliStJt.\.1
Sunday at the Florida Theatre celebrated "Llf r ents. County Superintendent. KIN .19 CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Although not
opens comedy ,
Mrs. W. D. Miller of Orlando CHAN. I
With Father", I Inglorious . .1 CIRCUIT COURT RRADF.RDCOUNT CERY much safer fc.
for a two-day run. photographed e s e and earn, rJ.b
:Mrs. Y.
and A. Tyler daughter FLORIDA 11 CHAN.CERT. Lattle Billiard, Plaintiff, vs. Roy Immranoe. I .
They are Errol Flynn, dashing Technicolor. Miss Shirley Denmark of II Dullard Defendant. Case No. (185. line. r..P..nt 0IIIj0
William Powell and Irene Dunn Pine Level 1 Alfred L. Berk, Plaintiff, vs. Edith ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Tollable Nh.'k
star << memorable action films Tampa spent Thanksgiving; with Christian Beck also known a. Pi- NOTICE! TO APPEAR Your bllMneM eoin i
like "Robin Hood" and "Captain have the leading roles and are : Mrs Miller's son and daughter- ana Moon, defendant. Case No. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Roy ated. nill be apt'
Blood" and Barbara Stanwyck, supported by Zasu Pitts and By. Sirs.. .If. McIUo. in-law Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender. I 6106.ORDER OF PUBLICATION Bullard., whose residence la unknown 129V..
whose film successes Include such Elizabeth Taylor. That afternoon together with Mr. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on Con i Sn..t
hits as "Stella Dallas". The story The stage version of this story Those from Pine Level Church Fender and family, they visited! Christian STATE Beck OK FLORIDA also known to: as Edith I l- January 6 and. 1948 cause In the wherein above plain named Opposite Bradford Co.'Tflep,
who attended the Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. John Crews at Lake nna Moon, whose resltlunae ja un- divorce. Bradford County I'lmnc Ill
'. 't. .,7'11'. known. Telegraph shall publish this Order
meeting at Lakeland last Thursday Butler and the Dekle Cemetery. You are required to appear on In next four weakly Imues. N. D. Wainwright
and Friday were Rev. and They also visited the cemetery at January S, 1948 In the above named Witness my hand and official Jr
Even Santa Claus Would Be Inez Church Theresaa, -
Mrs. W. E. Hall Mrs. Kelly near -tdJIIIft! -
Misses Mary Lou Alvarez, OWen. where the late Mr. Fender la 1\ II
p Surprised To Find flow dolyn McRae Lois Osteen and buried. -

Geneva Norman. All reported a Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake SHOP FOR FRUIT CAKE SEASON
Many Lovely Gifts For great tine Geneva spent Saturday night and

' Mrs. Alma Starling and daugh- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert HOLIDAYFOODS IS HERE

; Everyone May Be Found At d_ d d _L __. ._ Myrlck.
i::; Mrs. T. N. Norman and son,
TYUS' DRY GOODS Gerald and Mrs E. C. Sapp and Jane Parker, 5 lb. Fruit Cakes 3.65

FORA children all of Hellbronn Springs,, Jane Parker 3 lb.
: I lIe were visiting Mrs. Norman's parents AT YOUR A & P Fruit Cakes 2.23

Ii hate Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae ? Jane Parker, 1 )lb. Fruit Cakes ,75
\ Shirts XMAS Friday afternoon.
D re men Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles and -
LingerieTlr children spent Thanksgiving with IONA SELF RISING:
TIM GIFTWE Mrs. Nettles' parents Mr. and I F resh Fruits & Vegetables t FLOUR, 25 Ibs. ------ : -.z,
Bath Robes Mrs. J. E. Starling. The men
Chenille Spread SUGGESTA folks enjoyed the day hunting.Mr. I 'F"" I I -- _

t Chrnllltt Bath Seto and Mrs. Arthur McRae hadas j Lettuce, 2 heads 25c \\IIITK IIOl-SK

Gift Set dinner guests on Thanksgiving MILK, 3 tall cans .. ... 35,.
Day Mr. McRae'n parents Mr. ..
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Toy for the Klddlftt .._ _
and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mr. and
Bendix Mrs. K. Andreu of Panama Celery 2 stalks 27c
These Are Just A Few Gift C. j BLUR STREAK .
City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1 RICE 3 Ibs. .
I I. 1 ------ 43c
I -
\ Suggestions. Come In And Taylor and little daughter, Char- j
Radio lene, of Lake City. 1 -
See The Many Others On Dis Cauliflower, head. 31c
i Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrlsk of IONA No. 2 CAN

' \ play. 19.95'"UPi Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs Lavon un" I Tomato JUICE ____._ lOc
Alvarez of Orlando were visiting
J Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Sun Red Del Apples, 2 Ibs. 33c -

day afternoon. ... I" No. 2 1.2 CAN
OPEN ALL DAY i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thomas IONA PEACHES __ 29c
Rome ----- -
and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Thomas
TIIURSDAYUNTIL and children of Rising spent last Beauty Apples 2 Ibs. 25c
No. 2 CAN
: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Russell

The H. M. McRaes had as din. ..- .
: Oranges 8 lb. bag 33c -
ner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.B.
Radio ServiceAt M. McRae and sons Benny and No. 2 CAN ION

Lynn Mr. and Mrs Owen McRae Grapefruit "10 lb. bi':' 33c PEAS, 2 for ------- 23c:
Gay's Service Station and son, Harley, of Lake Butler ,
I and Mr. and Mrs Robert Taylor 1 .
F and daughter Charlene of Lake IONA CUT GREEN BEANS
City. D'Anjou Pears, 2 Ibs. 33c No. 2 Can, 2 for 25c:

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' NTJTLEYOleomargerine
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A Nice Selection FTS CELLOPHANEGummed Mayonnaise, pt. __..____-._._ lie

Seals 3 Ibs. -

Ribbon 8 O'Clock Coffee f 1.15 ANN PACK

CANDY Baking Powder, 6 oz. ._ ScspsrsesssssflSS
Red BellsEnclosure 2 Ibs. Talco Scratch
:sAT:, 25 lb. bag 1.49

MAKE YOUR' Cards Bokar Coffee 89c n ..
1 SELECTION KOCH'S And Many Other Items Taco Laying Mash

W NOW <* For Gift Wrapping 2 Ibs. 25 Ibs. 1.49_ ....

Red Circle 85c Talco Growing Mash

fit From Far ,and Near We Have Assembled An Amazing Array of Lovely Gifts 25 Ibs. 1.38 ..-

Useful, Every One. Here Are A Few Suggestions Many Others In Stock Link Starch, 12 oz. 15c

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I ---I Book of SO

, Dresser Sets I r FOR YOUNG & OLDS pkg. 15c SWIFT'S TENDER BEEF

..* ,, ... :. Drawing Book BRIGHT SAIL Sirloin Steak _. '. 6ge lb.

I_ Bleach, 1.2 gal. 23cAJAX
1 Lovely CJnsj{ 'jJ Story Hooks Y( ,
1 ,
-- -- --- Chuck Roast _ 43e lb.
i jet Creation.* I i Coloring Hooka 0 ,' -
* Nothing Is More Sure To Please
I In Lm-Ko<< i i Cut-Out Books Cleanser, 11 oz. 12c Brisket Beef -f. 33e l
: Than Perfume. We Have The :
That Will I BlblpsTentainonts -
Finest Selection Ever Offered 43e lb.
t, r IMllht Swretlieart Soap Hamburger -

In Starke. e Medium Bar lOc -
q, 1f, ti Any Girl I And Many Others
I//! --- .. .- Tender Pork Liver 35e I lb.
I Splc 'N Span 16 oz. 23c -

From $3 to $20 I I TOILET SETS .- -. _. __ Swift's Beef Liver 53e lb.

I .. B y Ivory }Flakes large 36c
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TOY AIR PLANESElizabeth Dressed & Drawn Fryers 65e lb

I Shaving Sets !I Arden.... .... 1.65 I OXYDOI. (Small) I 6ge 1b:

Evening In Paris .-. <:7. 2 for 29c Copeland Smoked Bacon _

Richard Hudnut .::. "' To 16.Talco .
, 1 I Lean 52e
liltSeaforth r.: Meaty Spare Ribs -
' Roger and Gallet ... 1 ,.' Lifebuoy Soaptoe
I 3.00
1 L'Orle I Lucian L'elong I It

t,: Orloff .. Pull Toys. Wagons, Doll. I Scratch Feed 100 Ibs. 5.87
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. 1A'lone I Uarmvi of All Description I ,

w i Sports Club I I.AKGKST -: RCTIONOF: And IIunilrriM. of Other Gift Xmas _
item Too Numerals To "
i : Ientlnn'' Tai co Laying Mash 100 Ibs. 5.89T
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f i KOCH DRUG STORE 4 tees alcOpc.. Dairy, l 100lb. -4:99:--


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er and praise. At The TabernacleThe H. C Kelly _______..________ 24 last Monday night. New River. oldest merchants, U a patient In
An Invitation Is extended to all O. J. Anders ____________? 23 Rev. C. B. North, pastor of the Mr. and Mrs. L. H Hill, Q. H. I Shadycrest Hospital. We all hope
to "visit the" church with the visit- Thanksgiving service at the For Clerk Methodist Church, Is attendingthe Pearce and A. C. Pearce were for a speedy recovery
ing pastor. !
Tabernacle was one of simplicity; I.. H. Hill _______________ 80 District Conference In Gainesville visiting the Pearce Jones family
the theme, "The First Thanksgiving" this wek.P. In Fernandina lust Sunday afternoon
Church Presbyterian ChurchJohn being carried out In For Marshall L. Dinkins who Is I
song employed
and J. L. Brown ______________ 77
of theist story. Twenty young pl'opleparUclpat..d In Georgia came home last Tues- The Lawtey PTA will meet next N
I p) Hnin9pastor'lunch of Starke, Warren Kaufman Minister In the program, ac- D. B. Thomas ___________.__ 23 day to vote. I Tuesday, Dec. 9. Everybody Interested w suss sor.i
'pU "tartllng sermon "Hlg Advent" will be the topicof quitlng themselves! very credit- There were two places to be Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and In our school Is Invited
Ln r South Which?". the Morning Worship at 11 o'- ably.The filled on the City Council with David and Wendell Kelly spent I I to attend. The time la 7:30 ... M. __ -
) clock. There have been Is aowse a snl. c.
manyImpol.tant Choir Loft was decorated three candidates asking for elec-
Lrnlng at o'clock. Thanksgiving visiting relatives In George F Young, one of our
Invited tos events since the dawn with bamboo and flags and a lon.
c ta worship. of history. Perhaps the greatest mounted picture of Pilgrims For Council iF
s hour of thing of all time Is the coming of, kneeling was placed on the center C. R. Crews ..___________. 20
evening at the Happy the "Son of Man". Of course, this table at the end of the aisle, J. E. Wall, Jr. ____________ 67 I
long and request singing.R Implies the Love of God and the around which was a love offer- Charles Dlnktna ____________ 67
Morse will play the sufferings of Christ and His glorious Ing of fruits, nuts and vegetables,

t the Mrs.'console E C.of Mann the Ham-Jr., Re welcome urrectlon. Visitors always -, placed they marched there by up the to children the Choir as ELECTS LAWTEY OFFICERSAt 1.01MJK HERE IT IS! I

LU,. The message by the Sunday School at 0:43: : a. m. Loft. These were distributed afterward the regular election of officers -
Pu be "Tears". Westminster Fellowship at :5-30: to the sick and needy. of Lawtey Lodge F. A: A. M. I
I g Unions meet at 6:15: p. m. Refreshments follow this Guests at the Tabernacle Sun- D. B. Harley was elected Worshipful !
[ the Evening Hour of service with the young people. day afternoon and evening were Master. Other officers elect-
.at 730.: Cottage Prayer Meeting Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and two ed were: THAT CONTEST i
heek Service each Wed- nesday at 7:45: : p. m. Place to be eons, Reverend Giles of the Fellowship Paul Griffls S. W.
t 17:30 o'clock with pray announced. Baptist Church, Jacksonville J. F. Ellis J. W.
Harry Wllkergon Treasurer.H. .
accompanied by Mr. Halff
Jewish Also Mr. and C. Harley Secretary.
The Old-Fashioned Revival Hour Mrs. McCormick of Miami. Other officers appointed were: YOU'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR :
C. A. McSwaln S.
Reverend and Mrs. F.
: M. L. Crews Jr. J. D. .
Tibbitts, Miss Mae Ward and Gor- I
EVANGELIST don Purdy were present Sunday R. A. Griffla S. S.
CHARLES E. BOREN evening to participate In the ser John Wtlkerson J. S. THE PRIZE i
vice. Mr. Tlbbitts brought the C. B. ChaplainA.
SPONSORED BY THE message and Miss Ward and Mr. H. Harley Tyler.

; Hampton Youth For Christ Purdy provided special music. Mr. The Youth Fellowship of the
and Mrs. O. W. Silberer rendereda Methodist Church attended a district A Very Fine Ladies or Gents WATCHOn
r duet and gave their aoul-stlr- meeting at the Starke Church
Hampton Christian Church ring testimonies.The .
services next Sunday will
7:30 P. M. Dec. 28 to Jan. 11 be in charge of Rev. Tlbbitts, with Display In Our Window ':

aasociatea.special music furnished. by his 111 ,.f1 I

Methodist Church"The '
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof Cup of Blessing" will be B i
the subject of the morning service -
The People"A Sunday Dec. 7. In the First 1. LOOK at the bowl full of beans. ,t,

-- Methodist Church. The pastor. 2. GUESS the number of beans.
Southern' Baptist Church For All People Rev. W. J. Churchwell. announces
that Holy Communion will\ be observed 3. COME IN and register your name and guess. e
[ School 9:43 Training Unions' 6:15: at both services.A .
special service Sunday even- 4. BUY a $1 Prize Package Values up to $10. .'.,
Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour Ing will be In charge of the Tith-
11:0& 7:30 ing and Stewardship Committee.The Too late
Young People meet at 5:30: to Buy CONTEST ENDS CHRISTMAS EVE I

Hear The Pastor Rev. Lewis D. Haines o'clock Sunday afternoon to rehearse Residence BurglaryInquire ,
Christmas songs and carols :
11:00() A. M. "North or South, Which?" and all young people are Invited I
to take part In this pro- L..urancc. Ir

7:30 P. M. "Tears"Mlslt --Pastor"------- -'- gram.Prayer Meeting Wednesday now! Shop In Starke --- Stores Open AD Day ThursdayGIFT i

The Church With The Visiting night at 7:30.: Everyone Invited.
The Bible Story Hour will meet
at 2:30: and 3:30: as previously an-
nounced. Agency I

/)' NOT ENJOY THE BEST? Phone IS STARK! FLA. 137 West Call Street For. Your Convenience Our Steer Will Be Phone 153 ,I

Christian Church Open Each Night Until 8OO: P. M. Until r
Rev. J. M. Dixon .

Sunday School-10 a. m. Chrlntmaai i iI

Morning Worship -11 a. m. R.pr Mntln.THa TRAVELERS, Hartford I
SUPEUOl iOTniD OAS SERVtCT Evening Service-7:30 p. m. I

Prayer Meeting Wednesday =\\ o< e *M vs' '-= ;

FOR SERVICE CALL St. Mark's Episcopal e '';; 5We Proudly Present f.

LOCAL AGENT PHONE IUE'IiTRiL Service Sunday 11: a.Morning m. Church Prayer School and SIIOPtIf''f'I'/ What we consider to be the finest &

10 a. m.Friday. "II''r '$ array of Christmas Gifts that 'tee |j
( :' FLORIDA GAS APPLIANCE CO. : Service and Bible Class '
Ii"i: have ever assembled to make
PHONE 3753 TRENTON:' :' F1 .\. 7:30: p. m. jJ i "" '
-Rev. S. W. Creasey, Minister. } CARPENTER'S jS l,; ; 'i\\: Iolldayzopping. easy and pleasf'''

( V PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS "ti> ant. 'We. cordially invite you to K

CHURCH10th browse around and select gifts at
1 of
Gift She Will Appreciate.-- St. and Temple Ate jJ your leisure. ft
Sunday School 9'4S: : a. m.; Morn-
Ing Worship 11 a. m; Evangelistic
Services 7:30 p. m. Everyone il
welcome. ,, ALL GIFTSWRAPPED f

-Rev. David Curleo Pastor.Lawtey .

d 'I ;J ,

By L. II. Futch tl '
f < jJ HELENA ,'

Home Laundry The city election last Tuesday Performance" ,
was one of unusual Interest for

Lawtey. There were several hotly d BEAUTIFUL LINE OF CHRISTMAS CARDS Perfume Toilet Water Cologne. p.'
contested offices to be filled. I
reelected 8 Dusting Powder AIM Complete e'
O. J. Phillips was
[0 doubt you'll want your new BENDIX toon. Most mayor and L. H. Hill reelected for SUEDE-TONE STATIONERY Blue, Pink, White SeU Cl ,
clerk. J .L. Brown was elect- ,
city :
i i.
folks quickly. Let'i
do. us
So see
come ed marshal. Mr. Brown was serving GIVE HERr ,. i
pr, and get the details done! by appointment to fill the un- a Jacobson Figurines FOR the MEN :

I Maybe you'd first like to see what this washday wonder expired There term were of 140 Tracy qualified Hayes.voters d FITTED CASES' BILLFOLDS! "White{ MlnW e r 2- '
-how it washes, rinses, damp-dries, cleans itself and and 104 of these voted. "The Plae"SIIAVL'YG SETS COLOGNES KXOTICMOMT t ]!'
I'uta' itself off all without lifting a finger. Then if* The unofficial returns were as ,
your follow.: Will Enliven PIPES AND TOBACCOS PRECIOUS Ip'
en more urgent that you come in soon-today if you cant For Mayor e& For Intoxicating 8'

[Because if you want your BENDIX quickly-and O. J. Phillips _.____________ 47 i Any Mantel. SKI: : OCR NOVEL Moment An.1'I
cea are you will-we'll both be pleased if you are ona or XMAS CANDIES A. Exciting" P

our "f.rst-to-be-served!" ,, CHUK-HTS Churches Provocative A* A f ,'\. ',
-" ),, .... Trees And "" \)
... ,...--0. #" ."" ....-r :nIl )..in! M. Slftillt'STAlK' Gorgeous Princeton Santa Claus I'rimJiwiEverything
ssS...... ........ Ii .. ._ .. .. p..
-- -- -- -- --- -
hat do and Chadwick China 8'

you : Pus dWo III..w et..th..a_... a i In L'-0-T-Y-S ,

A"chat the BENDIX does: ?,,. .n.blfll r Vane Pirfunm Toilet Water Bath Powder > & r
-J nil l clolM clean." thnravtfhlr. tumhl. J Bun lion Mahn
: U .
dn.dotbM mud tor lh..tin*.*dry.., a Talcum . 0
Mno. ..If-.I. ; Cologne Also (0',* oats .
anunnytlb...I .a.!! **"ndd.l-tkw, .only I 4 Wish imyum"traoa a t i ,Y --- Ash Tray e p ;.
,utiluy'i:;;;all.u drIXCtUSIVt flicaretto Rosh 8
"................J .a.... h ----a Also A Full Un Of A Complete Line
) Halt! PrpprniWE 10 EVENINGIN I Ott s' .
... suds
an.b. dot through
60m atout. TN to ....I. I NOW ---- -- -- - I
'dbrtolaun ,
g nHy Hiof v n f In. I Sterling SILVER pI
..., b.eukivlly" _

i 1i r.hliKha'Vr Candelabra << I

EN'OfX'Home' Laundry I e.rr, I_ i So Vases II i I
s4tfaa. S:'
,.,A.tt/ .w ytr *t Flat Ware P I

Also Sterling 811- Where There's Always A Florida' KejtNtered> Pharmacist On Duty j
DRY CUAJTCXS To Serve You l! I
SERVICE I ver Cup. a poon
,lion 2t ClUIiI1DIjC/ ;
224 TEMPLE AVENUE t, .. J --c-s--ciHiie**----------------



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I France on March 31, 1866, and wind its way through the business ---
cane this week and so are the of Mrs. M, S. Maycs she al c) ton Elementary Teacher was (II Recent
Frank Merrltts. watched the machine wash these, visiting friends last week near I( had lived In Pittsburgh, Pa., be- district of the city. BirthsThe

New RiverAND The Lazenbya. ant the A. P. young turnip greens with all ass, Charlotte, N. C. fore moving to Florida. He wasa Featured In the parade will be |
Shady,. ,,. .
Lutheran Church. 22 giant 12
member of the ?
and no effort the canner, and fairyland Hu8P't
Moores enjoyed Thanksgiving upon Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall nounces the f, |
LONG imiDGEIty services held floats, two bands, Santa Claus '
Funeral were on hoeing'
supper with the G. E. Crews fam- They were washed several times, daughter, of Tampa were visiting Mr. and : birth/'
JcKnle Lee La. .>nl>jrFt'NKRAL ily at the State Farm. then the water drained off and relatives, and friends here recently' Thursday afternoon, Nov. 27, In his throne, 44 live character features Lake Bulie,'. 11"I'Aid' Ai

The potatoes' are about all dug I there they were ready to fix Miss Betty Home, spent her the Community Church Rev.at Fred Keystone and 175 the live festival clowns. Nov. 2. hot *?tanial
for canning. Young are Heights with the Climaxing will bea
greens from
Thanksgl v 1 n g vacation
around here. Lester
: FOR MILKS DENNISMrs. McCullough'ealmost Interment was free street dance on the Mr. and lire:
officiating. south
tiresome. to wash, leaf bleaf .
I very F.S.U.. Tallahassee with her par Lar.y
T. H. and Mrs.E. rotted before he dug: so he side of the Courthouse Starke boy L.
Sheppard and this method certainly! Horne Iin Keystone Heights Cemetery Square at Paul
! ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lamar
turned his hogs In on them. Lester Mr. .
C. Priest called to Ft C. and Mr-
were seemed In keeping with the modern and family. under the direction of DeWitt 8 p. m.The Charles C
White Monday to attend the funeral killed six hogs Tuesday. age. Jones.Survivors. Christmas Festival Is being Son, Jr., Glenn St.

of their father, Miles Dennis. Frank Merrltt has the rafterson Friends will regret to learn that Include his wife, Mrs. sponsored by the Merchants Division Norman Lee NOV Mary
Mm. Hayes said, "Well, I can Mrs. Wilson F. May returned to 4.
He was 90 years old, and had his house now. It's going to of the Gainesville Chamber Mr and
two Mn
.peanuts each year and I always Starke last Fredericka New Will: BI'oward
been ill for the past five years. be very pretty. Shadycrest Hospital of Commerce. ridge, Starke
wash them the same way. Last her ters, Mrs. Carolyn daugh-I' boy
Sunday. All Join in wishing ,
living;; with one of his sons most The E. R. Hammonds, who have year I canned several quarts in Geneva, and Mrs. Kathryn I: mitt, Nov. 3.CONWAY'S .

of the time. We all regret to moved to Hawthorne were over tin cana, but this year I canned a rapid recovery. Palatka; and three sons, Walter We now have on a hand a full' Mr anti ]Mrs.
hear of this sad news and extendto this week of Mr. and Mrs.\ E. C. Blef and Thomas
with truck
a big
R. Will Heights Victor linn of office supplies Brian Starke
them in glass jars and they look children Mrs Rief'tsister Keystone ; penn, boy
heartfelt are
the family our sym- oranges. very pretty." H. Will, Charlotte, N. C., and pencil. Ink, papers 'typewriter! rick Nov 9.Mr. Jam
pathy. We all liked Mr. Dennis The Lazenbys had as their dinner Mrs. Bert L. Hlnson. The
A. Will of Gainesville. libhonH. etc Bradford
"Taste Oh they taste exactlylike George County: and Mre
when Rlefs are formerly from Dayton,
and enjoyed his lively jokes guests last Friday night A. P. : Theodore
he used to visit with his daughters Moore, Cecil Moore, Mrs. O. E. fresh ones, she 'flald. Ohio, but expect to make Florida Lawtey, girl Carolyn, Not
Well, we'll Just have to acceptthe Gainesville Plans
their future home.
here. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. John F.
statement there were no Mrs. J. M. Maxwell was a dinner -
Crews, Delbert and Carolyn Crewsof I Xmas Festival
Mrs. M. F. Wiggins and Mrs. the State Farm Mrs. John A. samples. guest last week of Mrs. A. A.
Rosa Plnholater spent Thanksgiving Durden In Starke. For December 9th SERVICE
Robertson of Columbia, Tenn., and
In Williston with Mr' Wiggins' Mrs. James Parker and daughter .
One of the biggest Christmas Phone 147 Temple Ave
Andrews.Mr. I Funeral 'ServicesFor -
brother, Troy Ruth, of Miami. HamptonBy Starke, FIa.
and Mrs. Cecil Moore and Mrs.' Reddish Andrews was Ill : Louis Will! Festivals ever held In Florida has WASHING POLISHING WAXING

daughter Janice, returned to during the holidays. No it wasn't been planned for Gainesville on GREASING *. ELECTRIC ARC WELD \r

Miami Sunday after spending too many good eats. Sho got Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Louis Will. 81, retired confectioner Tuesday Dec. 9. AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES

Thanksgiving with Cecil's par- I sick before the eating time. and baker died Tuesday, Highlighting the occasion will BATTERIES $7.95 up EXCHANGE

e ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore. The writer of this column was CHURCH OUTINGS Nov. 21. at his home near Keystone be a balloon and jeep parade, TIRES12.75 and
Jimmy, the 4-year-old son, will 'Interested recently on a visit to : The Children's Booster Club Heights. He was born In which will start from Gainesville up EXCHANGE

stay with his grandparents until Gainesville In watching a wash- sponsored by the Rev' and Mrs. Waldhangen, Alsace Lorraine High School at 4:00: p. m. and -- -= ,,;

Christmas. Ing machine wash young turnip R. T. Houta, visiting ministers of "
The E. A. Sapps are grinding greens for canning. At the home
New Market, Tenn., held a delightful -

.. picnic at the Keystone
Heights playground last Saturday.
Every Branch ofINSURANCE About 30 young people attended.

Also present were Mr. and Mrs.

Ralph Rivers and children of t_._ Jr
Waldo. g

p Saturday evening Immediately "

following the Revival Services,
l the Teen-Age Young People's I t 7 to

H'Ce WALL( AGENCY Class, chaperoned by Rev. Houts e w

and Mr. and Mrs. Rivers, enter-

' PLEASE PHONE 146 tained with a weiner roast on the .. }

-' Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Baptist Church grounds.


The Hampton Parent-Teachers ewe'2"'DStyG

Association entertained with a r

delightful Christmas Program and Rw

> Party, following their Devotionaland
I Business Period, on Tuesday
afternoon. In the.. School Audi EREEc
FOR PHILCO TOUR auto CAR radio w. !have Immediate a new FOR SALEONE torium. ,.

r Installation. A* low a. $4J.(toBMEPHKRD ONE NEW A decorated Christmas Tree,
RADIO SERVICE residence, BOO" i
Court at Madison *trt*, Stark... ov'r".Jt Juat c"mpl..t..d. PAINT |5 OAL.
tf the and
Semi-aios. |4 gal I. White enamel graced platform / ,
14 50 gal. Other paint* at low price. PTA members dressed in original
tWtnduwlit "Kid" Children's
1 '.O- costumes gave a ttpoNpt waH
complete pt
Plumbing' FltHna-a: ; Vi In. Ply Wood; rendition of Holiday Songs and
1 Pine Fluorine; Hook Shelve Poems. A ? j''??
Reading was given by
lLYlb.HIIRJ White C.m.nt,
; Helen Jean Parker, and a Major

KTROIIT.KI-1'USTATMOr RF..L Blocks ALSO Concr.t.an .1.| ...; pipe Pipe;step Concrete tone.., ette Exhibition by Helen Adktni.

r < .< .. .. holm. pier, floor; Cement: Rock, Lovely Cosmetic gifts were pre-
**t *rrl r .f > Mortar Mix. Steel l
i n..al.try..r."*...... Ma. m4 .T.r Oil and Block Paint;Windows Concrete; Floor Paint sented to the four teachers, Mrs. FREE'lNsrALLATfON J Junior

II....... or flames-Farms- complete Dump Truck Hauling- Perkins Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Swee- .
Bays. from all *T r < One Skll-8aw. .
,v..... 11'... 0 N. llstlag.B. LOT' Poll tLKi. 300 up. ICO ney and Miss Swanbom by the STAKE WAGON
A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY down 130 I limit local PTA President, Mrs. Gerald 'ii'
II :.J: :. A 0i."R HACTI1V. Give Him a Set of Beautiful :
Adkins, after which presentswere ::
B*'preaentetl Locally: By: nitAUKOHU K'VnlONUUHINO CO. ,
F. C. HOIX.INQSWORTH J. Maurice Edward Ph..* *4 exchanged' In general. SEAT COVERS 15.95

, } 116 So. Walnut St. A Coffee Course; with fruitcake 1 /
INSURANCE..I writ all llnee n. BtrODC tail nnuearrUgk.
: ,, was served at the conclu -
fire' automobile. liability, II 10.95 .
and tolltog.
CONSULT S. P. ROWELI. Spirit! IIr. up Etiy -
BS* for :your Inaurance
uallat. Medium, and Healnr. State needs sion.Mrs. << mbbtr-tlnd,
and County llceneen. 1 tell you W. .f-o0'8t., Phone jyalnwrluht.164. Jr., lU tf Frank W. Dryden, of Silver Coup steel wheels OOH
t On Stark Luther. Clark plan* I ml. Nor Lake and Mrs. J. L. Cole, of Extra smart, extra durable. Cloth p fast, runs quell
on Rd. goo. Look for
8l.n. tf FOR nPNT-Attractive, clean furnlehe'1 Starke, were among those attend n and fiber with: simulated Lather 0 a belLat"pan.l. !
and unfurnished apartment ing. ..
Doublelocl-.tttche4!: seams
FOR "ALB/-On* .-room tiou., un- very olo.e In. De.lr.bl location.' tII
furnletKdj; on* "room house, fur- N" *W .,*''on to well behaved Mr. and Mrs. Houts left Mon- <<
nIR""" Immdlat poit*..**lon. Inquire "h"dr..n.-Mr. and Mr*. W. II.
411 Center 8t.. Stark. it,1r.n.: 201 W Madlaon St. day for a brief visit with friendsIn
sip 1I11S 1 High Springs before going to
n For Cools Kitchens" Free from SmoM and fumes
HOIfyiNO A C 0 O 1'01:11: O DATION8 Hemingway, S. C., for their next .
MATTRESSESOF a"all.bl.'' on Klna-.l.y Lak.. meeting.
ALL KINDS of information Commerce.ace Starke Chamber tf Mrs Sudle Fletcher and son. ,

RENOVATEDFURNITURE Maxwell, of Quincy, were weekend l'' .
1 I I KINNKY'S CENT REST a CONVALES guests of their aunt, Mrs. Ida ii p _
home. Kingalcy Lake (former -I n
Ventilating .
Lorry'. Plac.: )' (hood food Maxwell. 0 3.45
/l. quiet nurn.I eurroundings For InrnrmR"on, xperienced ale | Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Chason and FAN II

,. Write I C. S' Kinney, or''family of Green Cove Spring
Stark, Fla. o"rip.'liio'on were visiting relatives here last 29.95 n Durable single nnlt Ideal 1

week. for apartment or summer
( nfoNT-a-rnum. t-atnry '.fIY ...'..* Tonne Permanently
partly riirnliheil. with I h"URe'l I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May and n cottage IUM. SIM5v

REUPHOLSTERED: vlnl. two. a-r"om,,!>le. Inquire"PIR.. clo 600 I'Mrs. C. L. May were visitors to Adjustable to fit any window from twenty-six to thirty-six attached O"sS"X4Y.5foocord.".
AND REFINISHED Walnut 5". Ne Jacksonville last Wednesday. They Inches window.wide. Doesn't Interfere with: opening or closing of 0

Drop Us A Card FOR SALE AT LAWTRT: New :1 I were accompanied home by Mrs. :
HASTINGS MATTRESS neiiroom house, complete bath, Marion Jones Gnann and children : _
CO. eiectrlo water' *M '! ey !j *h '
Box ISO Palatka Flaw I block. from town atBr.near lot church 75x150, Florrie and Jimmy, who spent the J 'sO'- '-'- __

and down aohool.;; 5 years Price to pay 13000.balance fl.eoo at* Thanksgiving holidays with relatives $ A Gilt ol Comfort ;j. Sur. Way to a Hom.-Mak.i'; Hart Holds Electric Shaver

POUR WHITE] 'ROTS and percent interest Mr.. Jayci acre. '
t -Herald... boy dally wanted and to deliver one aOI.1 T. Fetch L..t..,.. Fla. lip I Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fancher f E I' T/S.( .5.w jfi&
paper. e .
Apply Duhmer'. Gift Snopp*. WANTED; Paintln' and Carpenter and Mrs. Alice Fancher of Lakeland 8.11 Tlrestone'
4t 11-1 Work: inside l outeide, Paint. i spent Thursday of last week ,
ing priced rl.ht., Rt. I, Boa 11. f VACUUM 1
rFOR/ SALE-.ton: wood, n 91ark., Fla III' here. Mrs. Alice Fancher remained lIV' CUANER ,
roe 7t II yauraelf ( 0.r"r..l FOR for a longer visit with her
wood. "..rtm.nn'. Manufacturing. U"U AI'R: lists hutment and sister. Mrs. J. F. Johnson. 11 64e50-.
pv-.Aak for A. Hartmann. Phone tent, both. In good A
*-. 51 11.IH conditlon.-K. a. Duncana Stark. I Mrs. Margaret Lorenzo of Tam .
FOR .... ...... pa was a guest last week of her laeUiles attaehMBts fet

> /a.RALF.-flou.. and lot and 10th lot.i 11 t.and. S PETERS in. any quantity at Lat. brother and alster-ln-law. Mr. and / j every Cleaning pturpeae. 'The11aUaM. ,
Green block weit or .do$ght. -- K.: B. and tertnaa'e"finite. "J't, 'from houM after.nee- Mrs. Gilbert Lamoreaux. Nice Iltitfk. .p braa dje rli ..t> Sehlck

lip III Highway loo. toward. QalaM'Tlu.. Mr. and Mr. M. M. Matchett I. HIATNO"PAO| .. .. ..att Jirv.evUffrttt. nc :, '... SHAVEAESTu
MIAMI ItBRALO Sunday d _____ Ito 'JI, AdJuta'bt.u.sni1iur..- hhagbm.:tO/n bhe .... N i .
11 leered paper had as Thanksgiving Day cuesta, /oy ,..... '. lYf .. ... .
to your door Please phone $220 MODEL .1.1en' d..,... of ke.si *;'" > ,ulsa'tlcauTre !
e A 8RDAN of oorreu'
or oall a t Dahmcr'a, Gift for sale Mrs. Ed Durbln and children oft .
Bhoppo. 4t B.j flood Hoa.er motor Jr., m.and 1,tire Doa. 331.1171 it.rk!Frank. Lawtey. f. .tl'rol'f." 1__'->'-__'-'-l- >'-)'-l'-=> :' Cord rip.CF at td 13'atl 1 1C

TI'RJlJiJY: SHOOT at Ea.t end Call It" Miss Elizabeth Morris of Jacksonville 1 0' f "tot -.-tlTie.ly tJ ''0 Boy and His IIi.. 1OI. +__ 'a
rr.t, Set .. Foe Ite Little Follt I ISvcb
Dec ,
i 1 Just on edge of
IIOUSF: has returned to her home
i aMchwav.. lip HOLD FURNITURE for sale Gift"
.tlU/ N. W.lnut. Itp after a visit at the home of W. H. a pe"y Gift I +
FOR SALEM; Ford ml-trallor In''
rood condition; I Chevrolet pickup WORK WANTED F."p.rl..nc..d Griffin.M. .
i ) In fair condition. l'aMh baralna. .1 typist want. work ln Stark. W, Norwood and daughter, ,
, .. Pnnu know'' n of : '
4 )ul"I"F A Hay In. It 13-11 will l consider temporary nnnkkeepln Evelyn of Waldo, were visitors : _
VANTEn Imlh'r work during. nr here last :3 [
h"lId""R. Sunday.
-Employment .R II 5
reception ho.I. ., or .raMhl"r'l l.eeva nsme lit newapsper art ice Miss Swaobom ., fA i
and I Dorothy -
lI.mpW.C.T.V. .
nporator. Phone Stark $ fleer. will\ coma talk III you s .. ... \
Ian How.. r\YR''. Res. 2. Bug 1411'. 0
Fl .
ItFORT' << ':
FOR BALE l.arK* wood or coalhoatlnir 4J ,." 'rench"
4-r>non .t'I' "" t.t. Mothor Goose SPEEDOMETER
stove William r.ake- :
... me ante. my .q'sltv. iJef S.*ilons [ '
1. Cahlnii, t ml. Mouth nf K." -JSS '' 39C
ton H.lnhtu on RnnK- toO Up UpOARAOK WALL CLOCK 4.98"I DISH SET << 4.50 CASSEROLES
APARTMFNT Plate,, cup'and cereal bowl ...'.t.n up to BO m.p.b. Beautifalp 1
TWO rent.conklnir. 1115.
Very modern lookfo Indiddn.l
MAIM 1400. ,,,
Oran. Mt Krrol Alvare Up elertclr' CanTSS-vf; MT"uUir. WATER TO WINE accurate, no trouble a* sill s! 1,t! designs.vita eat Mother Coos II 1I1IJC Also>> registers)1'oot. Kon.brcakabl mileage. << Colota Highly glued. GI"n 1

FOR HAUS-Bu e*. I Ford 20-1'.... _____ tt Gypsy Smith at one of his SNf-st.rtingmanm.nL 11! 0 a set of BiZ DC 5Igbt
a.n.rr; 1 Indiana 25-paneeniier. FOR mlMlimn In the Kant End of
ilood RENT I'nateirs 'nr"'." ,,
condition. leash h..ln.- "
"""'m""I. London was the moan of the J. T Quigley 2f U-ll Inquire. ftt .
hone" .
i "t 401 iii. Thompson itUo. conversion of an habitual '

I-HOOM. Couple APARTMENT or two girl all furnliih.d fll. drunkard. This man had nilar << I "

Lafayette St.. Mr. t}. Alvare. FOR"..,.'.A.LFnn.hlceoln Also new on. .ns.d.r... .'.'''. .l NU home, beaten his wife, 7:r'' i
Itl' t .. girl's starved. his. children,
Sior. '' S. Mr., I1r..n lit: Oron' to gut:
FOR .AI.Ii-t'.1 oll-burnhiir rlrculallnK 1t beer. One day: after his conversion Firestone

heater with' tank.b.. xrrn In r.\Nq "nn vtf r"; Pins "'reel si akepllo he knew i Home & Auto Supply
8 it Shad IOnr Co76Ill K.: rail Inn "n Rt. '00. I ml. .". I't.r. taunted him with: "0.. you believe -

21 12.12: ItnUnnrtKiri Jenim<< turned water Into i

t' t PAPER fANOI\Il, Aiplv "III'l > FnYF.n"I.. .' F.,." f.r .."I... \vlneT", and the quirk retortof
Corr* Shop. 21 11.12 farm Rnn'* tan. arrnw. '
from Orioni- Meat the ex-drunkard was "I J. P. ROBERTS Owner 600
Market Up ;; ? Temple Ave. FLA.
FOR BALK Meronilhnnd lutnher.donrx tell you what I lo know. He i STARKE
and windows nf City MalltMiltillnir. tOit ."" 'fI n' turned beer Into our .
Apply Hnmptnn Men t : -"F.'t for eat,. Onn" bread la .7ty ,
Market, llumpton. .'1" Up 'nnII'IOI"-Icy Fla. E. OAftla La.-1In house last weekT .

FOR URNT: fnfurnlnhed 5-room (Daybreak Magazine November < I
cottage light wl".r. rinse In "Ol' If' rriTT. 4 m. ..w. for sal i. tINt). JI'
fin mn. F. C. HullinciworthIK T"t ('n,..y. 4 ml out I.awt.y Tf"-1
\Vnlnm fit. .
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la unknown. iv: 4-inmiT COIBT. OIl..ORD
' BHS Tornadoes Close Season You are required to appear on COUNTY C-I.OKIIIAI IN CHAN-
December loiti, 1947, In the above. (;ICH Y.
named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff Piinua-hlotla P. Rme.nlo1la, Plaintiff *
eeeka divorce. rraifor vi. Lily Stella: Kafoutl nomanlolln -
County Telegraph shall publish this Defendant. Oe.ee No. 6116.
Order neat fear weekly laeuea.
,oj Witness my hand and official seal ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
at Starke, Florida, this 19th day. of NOTICE TO APPEAR
k1 November 1947. STATE Of FLORIDA tot Mr*.
I I (OFFICIAL ftlCAI,) A. J Thomas Lily Stella Fafoutl Komanlolln.
J Anlerk nf unl.l' Court. whom reHlrienoe and adilreea lat SOLefkadoa ,
Hy Lucille C. Conner, n. C. Street: Athena, Ureece.
;: John J, tTemleraon, Emi.. St. Au- I You are required\ to appear on
: I Kuetlne, Fin. December 1t, 1947. In the above .
',g M e Atty. for I'It. 11-11 4t ia-11 mimed Court and cause, wherein' I,
plaintiff HeekH divorce' oustodyand
,+ IV: cmci'ir' cniur. DII1/10811 control nf minor child Brail r
11,4 } s 1 ar yY1 CfUJ)\'.'.. KI.OIIIWAl IS CI ,9- ford County Telmtraph weekly *
TKIIV.Cathorlno: thla Order In next lour lime
Malcolm, Plaintiff vs. *. !
Jack K. Aluloolm, Petondant. Cane Witness my hand and official'
No. 611*. dual at Htarko Florida, this November
orinRn r>v PUBLICATION: 13. 1944.OFFICIAL :
( t
Aa Clerk orf laid Court.
Malcolm whore rnaldence la un
known. lay T.ucllln O. Conner D. C. I
You are required to appear on T. Frank t.niijrum, Hturke, Klh I
December IS, 1847 In the above Ally for Plf. 11.14 4t 12-1
named Court and cnune, wherein i
plaintiff' aweka. 4lvorcn. Jlr,,",,,,,.! -
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County Telegraph shall. pillillnh thla -- -_::.--- i
Order In next four wevklr I........
'Vlln..... niv hiin.l and official eonlnt q
I Stnrko, KhirUla, thla November
11. 1147 !
Aa clerk ot null..) Court.
> Hy T.npllln C. .'.nner. n. C. SPARK riVM: CUSANINOHAITKHV !
T. Frank I.",, Atty, for 1'lf. 11.14 4t 13-6 CIIAKUINU j


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; > :::: ;;: : .,_...___' "'i :Ir! .'1I' """ '_. ..-.e.:: """" __ AND CURED MEATSWHOLESALE: AUTO REPAIRSTENLY'S

-----ember .
I I v-
I Spencer[ Crews George W. Twiton. Standing: AsslHtant

ado football squad that end Carl Carter Kenneth Gilder Reddish John Rivers Morris' Winkler. Carl Edwards. Fourthrow Coach Shad Bryant: Head Coach

their season with a final tilt Lewis Halnes George Roberts, Starling, Glen Conner. Third : Francis Parkhuret, Delmar Canon Geiger Arthur Winkler AND RETAIL PURE OIL

dst Green Cove Springs onnksglvlng Jimmy Godwin Ronald Griffls. row: Bobby Frazier Dewey Matthews Billy Smith Bobby Billy Thlgpen and Manager Don .. .,-.rr.r..s. Service Station

day: Bottom row] Second row: Jerry Starling Thointon Owen Mills Jimmie Weatherlngton. Micky Ellis Jaa. ROUTE 100-2 MILES

': to right) Kenneth Johns!(I Thomas Harding Edward Shull, McGee, Vernon Crosby William Phillips, Jack Walnwrlght, G. Neel. SOUTH OF STARKE Temple Avenue Phone 109

Housewives preciatlon for products of the C.PTAINSPictured Americans and substantial""" help Order' In next four weekly laatieaWltnemi ------T- !
Ints To my ham! and official Heal
field and forest and the abilityto for other peoples. at Htnrke, Florida, this November I

GVMK: ON TIIK TABLE shoot straight. In view of the strong demand (17. l' 47OFFICIAL. fIOAt.) A. 3. Thomai,

Game rates with other meatsas for food and for hundreds of industrial A. Clerk of said. Court BABY Phone 52-J
By Isabelle S. Thursby fly T.nclll I,'. (flintier 11. C. I l OY.DEF SERV'CE'
a nutritious palatable protein products and. the fact T, Krnak '.,"'dr",.., Mlarke, flu
| Extension Food Specialistose food. Game flavor la unlike that that industry has not been able to Ally for Plf. 11.21 4t 18-12 W* POLIOW TM. ,rose Airs. Hartmann

families are fortunatehave of domestic meat and differs produce Supplies, that will meet iv f.llar..r cni'Mr. imt>K .mI > I

> members with an ap- with the different game and no the demand Americans are havIng 1)1 VII. FIA>IIIII IV CHAM':

doubt owes its distinctive qualities to cope with the problemof 4'KHY: Campbell, Plaintiff vs CONCKETE BLOCKS! KKAHY MIXED CONCRETE

to conditions under which each higher prices than they have rtg.'h':. ,, Campbell, Defunlant.Case ; SASH IMMWS! PAINT IIAKDWAKE
e 'rf No. Uil.fnlt .
OLDSUID creature lives. Game animals are paid In many yeara. This sltua. ( OK prnur-ATior: I

largely vegetarians and are gen I tlon and international conditions ANI NOTICE TO APIMCAll8TATI3

MEDICINE IS BETTER erally clean In habit and living tend to make this Thanksgivingseason Thelma Campbell OF- KIX, >whose iUDA to realiiemia: Mary MontEverjtliluu

.gk...KMii.nlwl'. ol ColdX.nrltl. with 666 conditions. a less happy occasion than and aililrena In: 404 W. Mulberry 81MolilHliorn ., ANNIS I Many ,

....'Hll".9 liq >4 Cold LIQUID"pa.1oft je tlw U,S. Handling Game many other peacetime Thanksgiving You are, N.reiiiheil C. to appear on i Ireful I !

seasons. December 32, 1147. In the above To
66 COLD PRIPAMATIONCOUIMA. There are several important named Court and cause wherein I
U..only. o.4i'.cwd.
steps between bagging and eating Yet Americans have much to plaintiff aweka divorce RradfortBounty HUILDIINr. SUPPLIES HIM

game. Serving it at Its best depends be thankful for. Their country; Onlr( .In Telegraph next four Hhall weekly publish: laauea.WltniiMii thin. llnlldItopaln INC. I

Jw.w is have food iiiiiul and official' teal ForXmite
Your"Friend on proper handling before atrong,}they more lily
Let Us lie t than other country they at Nmrke, Florida' lids' NovvmueII IO.SII-HUH. Mull. St.( South
cooking as well as on good cook any ). 11147OFFICIAL. I
In Need" ing. Thorough bleeding, removalof have independence they have their ( ,MI3 Cleric.\l.) nf A mild J. ThnmnnAm CoiirPlv ., Or Uniuesvllle/ Florida

entrails as quickly as possible rights of free speech press, and I.urllln C Canner I>. C. I'HONK all 218 f
to worship and the ballot and they Churlon It. Bass, 911/-00 GuarautyLire Itt'lnotl.1
During The Busy Holiday rapid cooling, keeping the game f Hlilir" ., .larkMonvlllo, Flu. I*. O. Box (12: !
Season Just AheadDEUCIOUS cold and protecting It from con have the great blessing of peace Ally. fur 1'lf. 11-21 4t 12-1

tamination finishing the cleaningand even though the world might be
IV ('I1(4111'111 It'1'. lilt 6ilFOll l)
4 A dressing In the home, 'followed above are Tornado "more peaceful" and understand <'OI\r%, 9'1.01(1111 IV 4'u.txlsorge VISIT OUK.NEW.; RESTAURANT
Captain Bobby Frazier (left) ('''::1'IT
by proper storing and aging of and John Rivers. Ing.So ( W. Adaheail. rialntlff, va MEET AND KAT AT HOY'S
the dressed carcass-.all are av Important Americana. should give thanks (Currolvn Kirby AdHhoad, Defendant Cloud Food /H! who guided the destinies of tho Case No. aiiBoitneK I
as -the cooking. The this- year for those 1"Bnd 'many
the I OF rtrmjcATioN Hont KiHMim For Your Convnnl ncejjL
squad during season just
same preliminary care applies if other, thinga-and also endeavor ANn NOTICR TO API'KAIt ii
811 e.A a' closed. STATM OF FLORIDA to: rarroly
the game Is to be frozen or can to help in every way they can to Kirby Aduheud, whose realilenea I I.

ned for future njoyment. perpetuate them. unknown.You .
game that is "strong" or fishy. I are required' to appear on Ach...._
Game CookeryFundamentally December 20th.1847.. In the above
Young, tender game retains its, Arnold Joins Staff named Court and cause, where! ft
all meats are natural and distinctive flavor and plaintiff seeks divorce I Tlradfori
CAKES From where I
cooked at moderate temperatureto County Telegraph' shall publish. this sit... by Joe Marsh'1}
PIES. DONUTS AND is best when cooked by dry heatas Of Florida PlasticsJoe Order In next four weekly InauaaWltneaa ,
the desired degree of doneness. my hand and official. seal'
In broiling roasting and fry .
COOKIES Let Us DoYour !In less fat than Arnold: at Btarke, Flnrlda. this 19th of
Game former secretary of
Ing. Old and less tender game November 1947. tN
Bakinso So You domestic meat and requires gen slow cooking by Blanding! Center and more recent. OFFICIAL "'I;A J.I A. J. Thomas,
Can The Fun. requires long Aa Clerk of laid Court Marry Young?
Enjoy of butter bacon
additions in business In Green
erous ly Cove
moist heat as in atewa, and fricas ny Lucille C. Conner D. C. \ .
salt pork drippings or other fats Springs baa joined ,,the staff of John J. Henilernon, EMI.Ht .. '

lappe Bakery espealally when cooked by dry sees.To cook squirrels rabbit, and Florida Plastics, Inc.', as Bale Anitunllne. ,for I'lt. Pla.Atty. tt-Jl-4t 1J.1 Marry Old! ? i

heat" The quality of a small birds follow directions for manager for the new Neo-Llt '.
game iv finrtir f'flllI'r. nn nKoni
Its ,
Is by weight
812 W. CALL, ST. carcass plumpness Judged firmness and color of poultry. For larger game follow department. f f'.a KIIVKarnh: 'I"FL..I..I IV tllAV When Jeb Crowell'i daughter That's why I'm not worried about : e''
Neo-LJte Is simulated Neon
directions and recipes for meat a Rlmmerinn TjlnirirPlaintiff. Sue
Phone 16 connective tissue Anirelene married nineteen-yesr-old '
muscle amount of our younger married couples. i'
all that uses strips of Plexiglas Instead .. VH. Paul Romans JAnjfttDifcndnnt They
For Free Delivery and amount and color of fat. cookery With few exceptions, of the conventional glass fane No. BI14IJKDKIl 'Slim'1)lake. a lot of folk Crepe. were raised In a country that r....
should be cooked to the medium : OK inrilTJI'ATION:
removed from game chilly older one) begun to ihake
All fat should ,be
tubing. It was developed by B AND NOTICH TO API"'JAHH'I'ATM epeclsoneanother'sright-acoiey| ,
done stage. It should be Paul their head '
OK KI-Ortli lo: Young marrligeil
and tender never H. liitnkln of Florida Plastics and Romanun I-lnvir. who.. rfnlilenr.. try of toleranc.andtempeflh2ea\ '
savory Juicy Is believed to have great poatilblll and MdilrekH .heist known l I. XIHt Tut tutt -a lot of bridegroom are cx-G.I.'s

WE IIAVE RECEIVED: A SHIPMENT: OF dry tasteless" and tough. ties being less expensive thai ,I'snnsylvs0is...lnw hr ..Avenue iltynhurn l So looked up some figures. It'strue and It looked to me like their fa.

Plows Covering with a greased cloth Neon and virtually unbreakable. You are required to appear on :young American girls and vorite beverage wait beer!)
Brinley Steel Beam Turn and basting frequently during December 201'h, '"47. 'In the above I
The local company has already I named Court, and cause wherein boys marry younger than in other From where I sit It Isn't when, L..
8 Inch Steel Beam $13.75 slow roasting will help keep the received a number of large orders olalntlff' curbs divorce and change countries. And where do
7 Inch Steel Beam $13 surface moist and tender. of name. Itradford County Tele' :you sup you marry that's Impoitci't. 11'sPoe. a
Light 2-IIorse $16.75 outer for thiN product.Mr. vraph shall publish this Order In they hail the least chance T Iwon't the alMmportunt spiilt 0: tclor-
11 Inch Grove .
Arnold has leased his buxl next four weekly Issues.Witness
my hand and official name It, but maybe :you'veKueised. since and nilcratuniJing that you
# RURAL COMMONSENSE ness In Green Cove and will continue deal. .t Htarke, Florida, this 19th One of those countries) bring to nuirrlaire.Copyright. .
We Carry A Full Line of Brinley Parts at to make his. home In Starke. I.iv nf Novemlicr 1947. that t
(OFFICIAL. HIIAI.: A, J. Thomas. before the war suppressed all /1
Prices --- --- A clerk nf old' Court. '
Reasonable individual freedom and
l" ('IIUTI'r rfn lI'r. nii4i Fniii404MIV tolerance.
PT Lucille C. Conner. F>, C.
AMERICANS H\VK :MIT1ITQ : Pl.UIIIUll llllfV. : Ail .. OV1Jilf.aJutl \
WAINWRIGHT & SON < KM V John .1. llendereon, I'.H'I Ht. -
T. L. BK: THANKFUL FOR BlmpMon Plaintiff, vaWlllla tine, Pla.'
'tlA.II. Ally for Pit 11-21 4t ?I12iv f
Lawtey, Florida DESPITE: BIO PROBLEMSThe : No. (loftoOKDRIl. defendant. Case iii4iir f.fll._. r. sot '"Fflli.f' 19" VniltJ Slater. Drtuirn FounJaltae I'' .

OP PimtJCATIOV: f,ivr%. Fs,01tlDtIY ( IIAoI-: I
1041 Thanksgiving season
finds Americans at peace, but; still OK P1.OHIDA to. Wllll 4 ntrMary! Nellla' Wheeler Hutchlneon ,II f
A. NlmDsoe.w nse retlilencn laMerrhunt : w.
result of disturbed Plaintiff veTiiiam'| :ltrl I Hutchlnun I
under tension as a '
Dinners I'roiliic .Co., Hickory. Mfindiinr I'nne No. flllfl
Plate Regular 5T
Lunches (
International conditionsand N. OIII"Ur11": OK pi'HMPATrov:
You .re required to appear onDecember
Short Orders a somewhat restless ab 22, 947. In the above KTATM "P PMJRIHA tot 'VIIII.mParl :
normal.situation at home. timed Court and reuse wherein, : Hutchln"..". whose, reildence
plaintiff oaks lilvorre. Itradfon
Feeling that each country and countTeleirraph, shall publish thla }
.dI ;
Sandwiches Soft better If Order In next four weekly ice,... i ir
world will get along '
the Witness ray hand and official 1 F. ,
Individual national sovereignty Is aeal at ,Htarke, Florida, this Noveru The knives you h '.
her I'!. 11147.OFFICIAL. w rap&
I QCICK SHKMCKCLEAN maintained and If human suffering ( HRAI. A..1. Thoman, tr
ATMOSrilEIlB is reduced to a minimum this An Clork of Mid Court sue in
: Ur '.....111. C. Conner', p c
I country has committed itself to a William It Morgan Fifth Kloor' \ ,
program of helping those coun Clark Building I JuLkeonvllle, Klu.. \\ti
All)". for V". H-JI 4t lll and
A&A LUNCHEONETTENEXT tries In need of food and other
assistance and supporting them iv ('tin"i rr vet 14'r, .nl'"Oltn
DOCK TQ PARK THEATRE ('0( 1Y, pi.oHiiiti iv tutvt '. TMC: SATUIIOAV the I
Dub Rhodes aa much as possible In their efforts <' CRYn.orge: EVENING get best
Robby Odom to recover from the great Montllller. Jr', "". Irene to
Mmitllller, Defendant. Ca. No.II2.nnJlR .
war and to reestablish themselves POSTKNIVES

and independence.The oc prnttir-ATiov: : ,
program of assistance Is a HTATK Of FtyjRIOA .,.: Mra. r
the Irene Montllller. whoe" reitlflenceand !
EXCELLENCE tremendous Job. requiring cooperation -
a ddres. In: 1* Parr Knml I'ulnt
of all AmHrlcan Andcooperation" Chevalier, Aukll."... New Xxalrtnit
the economy of management make upa means active Interest You are require, to appear on. The price you pay for
whichis 'Dnrember t'I. 1947. In the .""..
primary! quality/ of our Service doing without some things nit"'.... Court and cauna, wherelalaintiff good clothes should be
and needs of eeeka dedicated to the affairs which Americans are accustomedto Telenrapn' ehall puhlieh this i when you'rehaving

bereavement. having In comparative plenty them cleaned.

of farmer adJusting I ,, Nw fieLIN You'll be
and in the case .-. aheadIf

,,f.i,(' operations 110 they will Relief At LastForYourCough CAM -, you consistently entrust -
the a aucceaa. LLUS
help to program I I, '" ., them to our expert
The most Important Item .
DEWITT C. JONES cleaning methods. Send
that come
iv food--food product your cleaning
AMBULANCE SERVICE from the farm- because, first! of
: to
us today.
all. the countries In need of asalntanca Have ihoAmerica' Edge
Funeral Director need food to prevent hunger Creomulslon relieve* promptly because '
PHONE TOur 1C goes right to the seat of the So. I"i,, '
STARKE to recover the strength to rebuild trouble to help loosen and expel t pocket _

their Industries and to reestablish germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto A wlJe .variety, of ela.e! atylct. I'HONK 135:
local funeral home enables us to themselves.Thus soothe and heal raw. tender. In- All menJtr/mt ../*.*.,

offer conveniences and services not the farmer .U called on to named*.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell membrane you- ROOT.GREEN. 1J.11.L.l d 315Temple:

otherwise available. continue heavy production of a hems of Creomulslon with the am- ,
as food to exerclae special care In demanding you must like the way It Ssstrunk 7
1'1. at tie lowestAJW prices quickly allays the cough or you Ne Owner f
furnish the hlghe-i type t blued by ANY com I handling the food he produces to have your money beck.CREOMULSION. Feed & Seed Store ,
accept life Insurance policy In force. COlJlUltaUoD and to avoid waste of food or

f*:y. .* payment; In part M In fun on a fun.raL feed. Heavy production U nece- Starker Fla. Arc.

<*rrle BO ofcllg-Uon. -.r7 t. provide estowgb food for for Co-t*..Ch4nt Colds,BranchiH*

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. . e e e e Wasdln Sunday. Further Details December 15, 147. In the above.
named Court and cause, wherein
Carl Broughton has returned this ( plaintiff seeks dlvorca. Bradford

GrahamBy home after a visit to South Of Smedley WreckA Order County In Telegraph next four* weedy:!: Issues.this '' boy-

Florida ..* mr hand and official seal 011
Mrs. John McKInney recent article taken from the at Bterke"' Florida thl. Nevembe
Robert Cain U absent fromschool I Union 16, 147.
with Infected Weall County weekly paper reveal OFFICIAL J. Thomas. '
an eye. ,. that serious Injuries were received ( ) A.

H. M. Waaclln and son, Bobby, hope that he will aoon be able by Rev. and Mrs. W. a. .jr L. itle e.'a Conner Clerk of D.laid C. Court. noW foI

and Jewett Fogg left Sunday for to return to school. Smedley a few week ago while Zach. It# '1.Ja" Oalnmvllle 11-14 ,4t Flu.Attjr. 12-5 ;

a week's stay In the Ocala National Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKinney they were enroute to\their home !

will and Mrs. McKlnney'a three In Lake Butler following a stay iv rmctiiT conm 118o"FORDC -
Forest, where they enjoy -
j I brothers Albert Howard, and In Mot Springs Ark., where Rev CEHY.< l\I'l'r PLOMIUkAl I* CHAN + I

1 deer hunting.: Junior all! of Holly Hill spent the Mr. Smedley had been for his Prank' a. Kownlk Plaintiff, ...". jW

We are sorry to hear that Rose- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John health's sake. Fern W.IB.ORDHTR. KowalK befendsn4 Cane .
No. 61
Ice and Pete Radcr lost their dad McKinney. -_-M ..-" Ol PUBLICATION
The article states that the Smed
and brother Jack on Oct. 22. ANn> NOTICE TO APPEAR
W, C. Burton and John McKinney -
leys were entering the city of STATE Of FLORIDA to: Fern W.
Both passed away on the same and daughter Emily attended Greenwood MHS.! a large truck Kowttlk whose residence I*: 1402

day In New York. the Oth Sunday meeting In Starke Waft: Hharpnack Street Philadelphia, /
struck the side of their automobile 88, Pennsylvania. \ ,.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrews, Sunday. completely demolishing it., You are required to appear en I
and Mrs Bill Plummer Mf. and Mrs. Alfred Varnes of December 13. 1947, hi the above
and ;
Mrs. Smedley was hurt worst o If named Court aa i of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. For- Starke and J. C. Watkins of the two losing: the sight of one Plaintiff seek divorce Bradford '
County Telegraph Khali publish Ibis'' yf :
of Jacksonville Jacksonville were Thanksgiving
rest Reynolds
eye and maintaining; serious Impairment Order In next four weekhr lae...*.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. guests of Mr. and Mrs John Mc- of the other. She also Wltne" my hand tad official. .en ;
lit Htnrke, Florida this November ,
Kinney. suffered a broken thigh shattered 12. 1047.

QUICK RELIEF FROM All of the Graham people are Jaw bone and a badly bruised (OFFICIAL SEA I) A. J. Thomas.
happy to know that little Jerry Aa Clnrlc of Rnlil Court
.Symptoms of Dlstr..s Arising from chest. At the time doctors gave By Lucille C. r*. i '
Rader did not go to sleep so far. her a 60: per cent chance of recovering. Martin J. Pearl I Ir'l:: n Bid*.. .: { t

STOMACH ULCERS We all pray he will be able to see Her husband's injuries. Atty.Jacksonville for Plf., Florida. 11-14 4t 13-5 \ ;) :

.IW EXCESS ACID ,his Christmas Tree this year. It though lens serious than hers : -
,Fr.-BookT.lIso.Homa"rtm.nUhat I will be his first Christmas In were nevertheless severe. His elbow iv 'IIUTI'1' riH'IIT. Illll)FI ltlCOI'VTr -.J,, C

r, iMu.t H.lp.or It WIll Cost You Nothing/ : eight years. and shoulder were badly; t-KRY. FI.OIIIOAi IV t1IA-

,over Iu.swUi\ )rfboltlc. .of 'h.Wn.ARD punctured the. neck muscles Arlo T. Williams Plaintiff ve.
.. .. ; FavtfTb.wn." sold for n-lliif of Reuben
,. T K T si* It. William. Defendant
strained and a deep cut over the
.ympUinyK rfdlatrewerUdfl5;from>lemehnil Cane No. 9114.ORDER .
Diiedeiial Vltmrt due to Ku*,* Acid- temple was received. He was OF PUBLICATION: t CI r.
i Veer DlgeHlae. Upert *tontcli.sliw Come to the Bradford County AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ++ -l
i tr..o.I found unconscious.The Vt
dun to.:._...*.$..M on 11 ilnyi1.trlnllA Telegraph for your office Sup. Smedleys i la Mississippi R. William, whose residence to: Reuben la h workin' dIP! ..'
>lc for "WHtard'. ... ..." wkaoil fully pIli-H., Rubber bands, pencils, car are a known. un. $ my

xpitUn Ibis trwuuunt free-MHOtCJI bon paper. legal forms, eta W hospital apparently in You are required to appear on to S undown0Sunup

I' DRUG STORE have a large aopply. 1 Greenwood and it is not known named December Court isth and 1947.cause In the wherein above back" ninelaril Hot andwfioie

how long: it will be before they plaintiff peek divorce.' Pradford he I

.will be able to return to Lake bounty Telegraph shall publish. thin finished\ turning the house andhappri
Order In next four weekly Issue hood for

Butler. at Witness Htarke.' mv Florid.hand. r.1.and.. official... pal Wrhvember tow Cm 900
-- -- n-
R. B. Alvarez & Son I." cntorrr (-oi'HT. 11110\.0111), 1947.OFFICIAL. but fm
rncvrr' Ki.oiuuti iv MAN ( !REAL' ) A. J. Thomas, dusty. The drink Thatw
('1'111' Ae Clerk of nalil Court. JM
Jane Atkinson Jopp, Plaintiff v*. ly T.uclllo c. Conner D. C. pienYof'
Wllllnm Harry Jopp, Jr., Defendant John J. Henderson I28<1. plow' into sfiowertr ,
Case No. (1125. St. Augustine Flu. spring
Transfer & Storage Co. ORDER OF PlmLICATIOV Atty. for Plf. Jl-14 4t 12-6 oft quicker n a
4 William' Harry Jopp., Jr., whonerenldence ('OI'NTV FLORID.II iv CHANManson -
Phone 9105 and address Is: Denton CElt 1'. CO"'PANJAX Y
Moving and Maryland. W, Anderson, Plaintiff v*. pIG
You are required to appear on Ida Fitch Anderson, Defendant BAr.. 0 0 11Jte
December 14, 1947 In the above Case No. 8145. (fiJ: f \.
I We Operate Local and Long Dis- named Court and cause wherein ORDER OF PUBLICATION \. '
plaintiff nBuks divorce, restorationof AND NOTICE TO APPEAR --
+ lance Anywhere In The State offAlso maiden name and custody: of STATM OP FLORIDA to: Ida
minor child. Bradford County Tele- rltch Anderson whose residence offfitttdihip
Florida. graph shall publish this Order In and address last knowns/ Route prink
next four weekly ....u... 2. Box 84, Lake City, South Caro-
Witness my hand and official seal lina.De ,e
Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits at Starke, Florldta, thl November I embere27t1u1947tIn
18, 1947. therabove

. (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas, named Court and cause, wherein
A a Clerk of mild Court. plaintiff' eeeltx divorce Bradford
fly Lucille U. Connor, D. C. (Order ounly ;Telegraph shall 'publlnh J thin
r. Frank Landrum !Starke: Fla. In next four weekly Issue
9' Atty for i'lf. 11.21 4t 12.12 Witness my hand and official
seal I at Ktnrke, "Florida' thin 24th
Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM I of
IV elites IT cot HT. IIIIo\n.'lIlIn .. i 't.'a..rs 1947. :::
('01 'I'1 Kl.Ollllltl Cll\; EAL) A. J. Thomas

Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One ('IRYt41l1atlrl Uoldxwolff Plaintiff ,vs. An Fly Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court., D. C. ;::0

r. lortruili' Uol i'sNo.. D2ttlHIU2H! Ht. AiiitiiHtlno, Fla.tty. .
,\ for 1'ir. fC'"r
OK PUBLICATION: 11-28 4t 18-19 ...-.- '
AND NOT1CM TO APrEAIt _- 11.47 .. -
Oortrtiile (I old zweig. whose residence : XXOIIIMli IV CIIA.NIN' \ '. e'J 9a OtbI'
I I.l and address IH: Protlvr llak- :
a TO PAY. NO DOJVN ery, 01-17 Uuckawny Tlench lilvd.. KM: ADOPTION Ore MINOR HOMtij
ttockaway Itnach l Long Island. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
You are required ti> appear on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
.l PAYMENT I December 19 ,,1947 In the above STATE OF FLORIDA to: Resale
named Court and cause. wherein' Hughes, whose last known address
(plaintiff seek divorce. Fradfor wan Blackahear Georgia.
:'Cousity Telegraph shall publish this I Pearl Starling: petitioner, has
!, Order In next four weekly Issue lied her Petition _
In the
I Witness my hand and official veal Court, her Intention to legally adopt ---
tat I Starke Florida, this November your von. James Alfred Hughes
tM. IfU7. mlnnM., a
Shull (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ----You
Plumbing & Heating are required to appear on
Ae Clerk of aid Court. the 27th day of December A. D.
ny Lucille C. Conner, 1'>.
C. IOU, and Dhow cause If there be
1' I T. Frank Laadrum, Starke. Flit.. that
any ;you have, why an Order l
STARKE, FLA. Atty .for Plf. 11-21: 4t 1J-12 of to the Adoption Petitioner.should not be entered

a iv emit-sr OMIT. uiiAUFonn Bradford County Telegraph shall
( 01 VTY KI.OKIItAl IV!! CHAN- weekly thin Order In th. next
Ot1 Y. YRountr.. laauea thereof four pub-
J. .., Plaintiff. v*. Mary Icatton1 only being required.
N. Rountrae, Defendant. Cue No WltneMII .my hand and official
... 5341.ORDER OF PUBLICATION day seal of at November Starke, Florida A. D, this 26th


THE FACT I IS By GENERAL ELECTRIC Rountree STATIC, OF whose FLORIDA residence to:I I.Mary: 8.19 Ae FI" Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court.D. C. .

deary I ifornia.You.Street San Francisco, Cal. Ireen A Oreen, Starke, Fla.
Attya. for Petitioner 11-28 4t 12-19
are required to appear on
December: 22, Od41. In the above VOTICH TO .tPPKAR
/ named Court a cause, wherein TO: CHARLES RAI..PII DAVIS Don't Miss Th.Gainesville.
plaintiff seek divorce Tiradfe>rd whose address li unknown.
County Telegraph shall publish till WHEUBAS!: It appears In that
Older In next four
weekly Issue certain
now pending In the
Witness my hand and official seal Ircult Court of the Eighth Judicial
at Htnrke, Florida this November Circuit of
15. It47.OFFICIAL. Florida In and for UriidUrd -
County, In Chancery, wherein
( SEAL) A. J.
Thomas lllford
Stanley and
A* 'lurk of nld. Court. ilK wife, for
pray the adoption of
Fly Lucille C. Conner. D.C. Nora Joyce Davis, \f
that the Bald
10. K. Perryman Starke, Florida, Norn Joyce Davie In the minor
Alt for
) Plf. 11-21 4t 12-12
hllil of the said Charles Ralphavl ChrisimasFestival
> and that the of
place renl-
iv rinniTor tT, niti>vonn deuce and the Pont Offlre address )
FLOUI0AI IV: CMtV-: of the mild Charles
e'IH Y. Ralph Davis la

A. Williams Plaintiff v*. Be.... there unknown In to PetltlonerH. and that
no person or persons In
Adams William
Defendant Case
I No. 6111. the Htate of Florida the service of
a summons In Chancery upon whom
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR would Davis, bind the said Charles Ralph December 9
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Heinle you are therefore orderedo Tuesday
Adam Wllllitma whose residenc.1.unknown. appear In said cause An or be.fore ,
the 29 day of December, 1947
otherwise the allegations of said
You are required to
HOT DINNER December J5, 1947 In the appear abovenamed on f.ssed Petitioners will be ,taken an con-

Court seek and divorce.cause, Bradford wh..r..lnrlaln"ff IT IS FURTHER ORDERED D that Parade Starts4 : p.m.

County Telegraph shall publish I this this order be published once each
IN 75 /
SECONDS week 'for four
ELECTRONIC OVEN Order In next four weekly Issues. consecutive weeks

DEVELOPED BY GENERAL ELECTRIC/ USES HIGH at 12.WltneH Starke 1947. ,mv Florida hand and this official November seal. a In r.Ubll..hed newspaper the Bradford In Bradford of general County: County; circulation. .Flor-':; Santa Claus On His Throne

Florida thin
A Clerk of nald

ti FROZEN FOODS TO <1606 FAHRENHEIT IN ifr MINUS. Ry Dan Lucille Kelly' C.Fernandlna* Conner,D.Fla..C. Court. 25th(OFFICIAL day of SEAL November) A.1947.J. Thomas 175 Live Attendant Clowns

WHEN AVAILABLE COMMERCIALLY/ IT WILL/ B6 Atty. for Plf. 11-14 4t 12-S County Clerk of Florida.Circuit Court Bradford

iv rmrrrr rariiT nn I.'Olln II'v Lucllln C. Connor D. C. 12 Tale Floats
(''':111'. "
I.nvetn Ulnely Horton, Plaintiff, v*. .: nnri IT (-OI-KT. nnOFOHU
1 I John Mark h orton. Defenilant.' Case COI'VTY.' FI.OKIOtl IV ('II.1 .'!\!* 22 Giant BalloonsALL
No. ttllrt. l KM V. *
ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR: I'entU Mover, Defendant. Case No.
PLANT GROWTH / Mark Horton whose residence la I OF prRLir-ATiON
f FOR MANY Pavo. Oeoricla.You .r.lN -.If'jo'.1.J:: APPEAR
S to Mrs. '
YEARS GENERAL ELECTRIC/ HAS ,, I December are IS required, 1947 to-In appear the above on 'Aurora ('.....tlM Sever, whose residence DAY-Special bargains

CARRIED ON named Court: and cause, wherein. : and address la: Vlale. Son-
ON % plaintiff seeks nlnn CO. Trieste. Italy.
ELECTRIC HOT BEDS "L County Telegraph :.W.P" this You are required to appear onIecentber in the stores. Tuesday.night
Order In next four weekly ....u.... 29. 1947. In the ahoy*
FARMERS / Witness mv hand and official seal named Court and cause, wherein window shopping 'and 600
SPEEQAS t at Starke! Florida thai November plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
WELL AS s\ I 13th. 1911.OFFICI.L. County Telegraph shall publish, thus.
( SEAL) A.I. Thom... Order In next four weekly lsue prizes if you find your car j
THE GROWTH OP \ A* Clerk of said Court. Witness my hand and official
YOUNG T1y Lucille c. Conner D C, noel at H'nrke Florida, this Novem- license number. Stores
PLANTS MEANS OF 1'' h2 Dan Kelly Fernundlna, Fla. her tIi 11.UFFICIL. open
AU). f.r Pir. 11-14 4t 12-1 ( 8EAL A. J. Thomas
6-E A* Clerk of said Court until 9:00 P.M.Merchants.
iv cinrfiT eul NT. IIn InFII",1 Hy fjiirllle C. Conner D. O.
cot'v-r' J'.IIUII iv (;11"- T Frank T-andrum, Starke; : Fla.
: <'rnr.Kate ,,Ally for rif. 11-21 4t 13-19
-- Perkins -
-- Willis Plahntlff. .
I/.wl. Q. Willis, V..,..ndanl. Gaie iv: rinrriT ('OI'IeT, IIR ID"'ORn.
Ii" 811T.O'lnF.n. ('OI'vTY. Fl.oumti iv .. .. 1"I.'r -
rvp prBLir1TIOV Gal Y.
., MEASURING MILLIONTH/ ANr 'XOTirFJ TO Af'f' 1.\1\ ; W.: Child. Plaintiff v*. Marie ,
I 8TATR OV FLOnlI 'e:! Lewis :,Chll.M. n..ten.I..nl4" Nn 0142. Division 1
IN Q.111.' !*. who.. resilience I* ", ORDER: OF PITRLICATION
Yon are required t. appear on STATE OF FLORIDA. Marie
t PARTS PRECISE! GENERAL ELECTRIC I Chllils. who.* residence and address -
.., Gainesville
y.tae. U: Unknown.
HAS DEVELOPED INSTRUMENTS TO You are required, to appear on
December 29. 1917. In the above
MEASURe MILLIONTH CFAVINCHJ, I named Court and cause, wherein
I, seeks dlvnrre.I Bradford Chamber
Tt County: Telegraph shall publish this. of Commerce
CARE; BUILDS .., : 8 Order In next four weekly Uvuea.wrtneee .

PRODUCTS TAT my hand and official seal
LAST ( at ,tarke. Florida, this November
redid .tlr beel 29. 1S47.
1 a .
( Myweala lMl Ae Clerk of said Court.
ENERAL m; ELECTRIC: IV Lucille C. Coanjjsr. D. C.
J. S. Harrison Kir; Kxcban.e
...1141.... ........_avn....JMa..'s.Alt ."
;,. for Fit. It-it 4t 11-11

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