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 12, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Standing Ranges Are A Good Place ,

Stay i Away a From+ During Demolition, BRADFORD COUNTY.TELEG H t,,

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3 ElectriciansAnd Farmers UrgedTo Farmers 1948 CommitteeAll To Elect City Will/ Stop Utility Services I

PlumbersTo Report 1947 1947 farmers Agricultural participating Conservation in the After 15th Where Accounts Unpaid 11

program are reminded of the

Be Examined Crop PracticesFarmers election of Committeemen to beheld Users of city light and water

In the Court Koom Saturday, Rotarians Observe who fall to pay their bills by the

y A December 13, at 2 p. m. 15th will find their service dlsmnected -
V p : Father And Son Day
r Electricians, and possibly plumbers participating in the The Committeemen are electedfor on the 16th.

r' may have to undergo an 1047 Agricultural Conservation terms of one year and are Father and Son Day was obeiveil '1 I is no ao.apemn.se" decision

4 t 1 ., .. examination before being issued a Program have been very slow in responsible for the administrationof "" at the Rotary Club Wed- was made by the Board of Bond

license, according to provisions ofa reporting practices carl;led out this program In Bradford Coun neailoy with around 80 into mid Trustcva at its regular meeting

new ordinance now being prepared during the year. The absolute ty. Growers cannot vote by proxy boy. gathered to enjoy luncheon here Monday night and will become -

by City Attorney Q. L. Pat- deadline for reporting these practlces but must be present in order to and to hear a talk on "Youth andthe effective in January It was

ss ten upon request of the City is Jan. IS, but the earlier cast u ballot for the three men ForrHls" by ]Mnnton R. Pier stated.,

ti ten upon request of the City the practices are turned In the they favor as having charge of son of Lake City public relation In announcing the now methodof

This action was taken at a faster. the application for paymentcan the program in 1948. assistant with the Florida Forest' dealing' with delinquents the

meeting of the Council held here be handled. The meeting should l not last Service. Board explained that heretofore it

.t4 w,,_ Tuesday night, following the appearance !Receipts are required for moitseed longer than 3O minutes and each Pointing out{ that forests represent has u>([ulrcd one man's) time for
and fertilizer\ materials used,
+ of a delegation of licensed eligible farmer IH urged to be u $373,000,000 investment threo or four day each monthto

ridrs' electricians who entered a and In most cases the acreage of present. In Florida and provide employment collect delinquent account

+ o4u protest concerning "faulty wiring the practice should be measured The Committeemen for 194' for 35.000 person, at an Under the present setup, it la 1mHHlb'.u -

soil poor workmanship" on some Farmers are requested,! and urg- have !been: James Rosier Chairman : average wage of $1.000; the to spare the manpowerto

jobs| In this vicinity.The ed to turn In practices carried, out W. S. Slbley Vice-Chair- speaker urged his listeners to cooperate handle these collections' as In

Council appointed an elec- In 1947 this month In order to man Clyde Cone member, with In conservation measures, the past' the Trustees said.

tricians' examining board to be facilitate processing of application '- Lonnie Crawford and C. E. An- especially the prevention of forest A charge of $1 will ba made

comprised of the following three for payment Reports shnuli cli-cwa, as .alternates. fires. for reconnecting 1he service after

members: E. A, Winkler B. S, be made at the County Agent's' In addition to the revenue do It has been cut off the first time

Johns. and Junlux M. Smith. office. rived from forests. Mr. Flerno and this fee will be advanced

An announcement of the time Tourist Club described tho following benefit each time making the reconnect-

and place of the examination will Now Is The Time provided by woodlands. : the! prevention Ing fee $2 if the service hall been

sw 4n a T7eoa be made following the final adop- To Apply That Lime of soil erosion; water store stopped twice; $3 the third time,

'fr lon of the ordinance. To Be Formed ago and windbreaks; and the etc.

.. : A plumbers' examining board' Weather permitting, now Is a moderation of hot and cold! ternperaturcs. Reorganizing the new year
I was not named, although it was Edwin Torode wits elected chairman
time to put out phosphate
.. Permission was granted. by the
of the Board
i stated that the same procedure and lime according to James hoard of Commissioners He stated that forests are thnation's I ; Guy Andrews
y I i I would probably be followed, In regard Rosier, chairman of the Bradford, County only renewable natural treasurer; and O. L Beasley was
reminiscent' of wartime at a recent meeting of the Starke !sworn In to begin a new three-
liphmlon training day are resounding\ I to plumbers. County Agricultural Conservation resource and described the plight I
Chamber of Commerce for the I
I the deseru Camp Blanding range these days ait the area' It was announced that the Committee The phosphate and construction of shuffleboard courts of countries such as China where year term. I

ing cleared of come 50,000 ,tone of live "ilud" ammunition left Council will receive bids on a lime spread on pasture land I thin I forests have disappeared and the c
on the courthouse lawn. The request -
unity: "Blltt'1t. "bulldozer"! on January 6. fall will mean pastures two weeks was made by Q. S. New effects of soil erosion threaten Geo. F. Young, 91

\t tOil Is shown, a crew of "sean-hen*" an they walk abreast atj I earlier next spring. comb president of the Chamber, I thousands of people with starva- Lawtey Merchant

intervals. through the ranges Hugging live ammunition uhnr- Rites ThursdayFor Phosphate and lime left In tht and Lucian Conner secretary 1 tion. ''I

they'pot It. They are followed by the demolition crew whoseto Pvt. WilliamsFuneral shed this winter will be idle while Present plans) call for tho con Preceding Mr. FlerHon's talk, Dies Monday. f

< "....t off" the duds by use of ",I-pr.t ......rleal fuses.ITIK that put on the ground can go slructlon of two or three ("ourts'' the Rev W. J. Churchwell we). F. ,
lower shows the\ of 105 services Pvt. Loen to work. It will be In the soil : corned tho boys to the meeting, George Young, 91yearoMLawtey I
picture explosion' a mm shell whose for on the east "Hide of courthouse merchant, died In
",.nlo might fly an far as 1,000 yards. Williams, 26, who was killed in and grass and clover roots readyfor awn, and three additional courts and reminded fathers of their responsibilities -. the Shadycreat Hospital Monday after an

Illie demolition work In .living carried out by the Stehblns Kn- action in Belgium during the late an early growth next spring. may bo added on the west Ride at In setting an example llness of about a week.

ring and Salvage Co., Washington, I). C. under the miperin -, war, were held at the gravesideIn Earlier pastures will help In the a later date. for their sons to follow, He wan born In Mississippi In I"
Thurs- effort to get more grain for human President J, It. DuPru presented ,
ut a demolition team from Third .Irmy Headquarters, Atlanta Kingsley Lake Cemetery Construction of the courts I Is its life In Florida, operating
(Firing of the ammunition on the huge 23,000-arre BlandlngIn. day afternoon at 2 o'clock with consumption both for consumers being promoted In connection with) a pant president's pin to Joe June 1856: but had lived most of Ii
W. Herron of the Church of Christ in this country and for here of Tourist C. Hoover expressing the club
ulll\ continue for the next two or three month, and the pubsarned officiating: the unfortunate people In coun- the Club organization now being sponsored a by the appreciation for the latter' lead. stores Hastings In, and Hampton Palatka Hawthorne.'I'I'',
It to out of the this time.
keep area Owning Military rites were conducted at tries overseas. A more vigorous Chamber. W. II. Nollman wan recently ershlp during: the past year Ing to Lawtey 27 years ago. He i

the grave with the American growth of grass and clover will appointed chairman of a served several terms aw Mayor of ,

Makinlr. H&.IQ..o etJ Legion V.F.W.ancj' \, National, give added protection to: the sol committee to gffrct'the orgnnlza Deeds Recorded l -.. bet 1111t been I Imemb..r
rtroannliture ... Of}**. gtti of Starke carrying I against"erdsiofit' Soil mnd water \ ; Lftwtey, aaa\ ,, a ;(
Guard: unit out
c tlon of a Tourist Club" In order + |
% 1 1Announ..ment of the City Council there, ei )
Samples'' Wins Promotion tthe traditional' hondrs. DeWittC. will be held on the farm for con- that Starke might offer a more 1 At CourthouseThe The body WM shipped Monday ,

I Jones was in charge of ar- tinued abundant production."So varied of entertainment I *
Gibbs Company of the program following deeds were recorded to Puntotoo Miss, where the
rangements. put that lime and phosphate for' Its winter visitor! during tho past week It Clay Funeral Home I ill In charge
to Sergeant of Horace Q. Over- I
Williams Is the son of the late on the land Instead of leavIng -
.ddlf Hartmann ownermanof I Members of the Chamber have the office of clerk of the circuit of arrangements I
street, 19, son of Mrs. Mollie "
John and Edith Morgan Williams It In the shed, over winter
a local furniture and resented the Tourist Club matter court: Ills only survivors are great
ilty manufacturing plant, is Overstreet of Starke was made who were pioneer settlers of Brad- advises the county chairman. to the Woman's Club where nephews and nieces
Colonel John J.Hutchison Jeanette t). Klnculd to Vcrnu
recently by survived
run" of I ford County. He Is by "Put It to work producing earlier
ntly "trial enthusiastically
making a the suggestion was -
lots All,
Officer J. fractional
Commanding Demorest
,lure well- his wife Mrs Muriel Williams. and more abundant pastures so wholehearted
Vn JackMonvllIe samples for firm Olbba of war of Itaml Air BaRe, Itami, Japan. I and one daughter Leon Marie more grain will be available for cooperation received promised.Christmas and C. Block 1, Wynn'a addition to Hernwall Elected

lectors A student of Bradford High both of Bradrnton. starving people. and HO your land! Starke, $500.\ .W. M. of 35
who are now operal Lodge
ls School Starke Sergeant Over- Pvt. Williams Is the second of will be protected from erosion." Mr. and, Mrs. R. W. Dlnklns,
department. street entered the military service Bradford County's war dead to Payment for lime Is J3.50 per Dance Duval County ti> Pel'cyVatt'rR, C. K Hernwall was elected

tieCibhs firm is specializing at Fort McPherson, Ga., on be returned from overseas. ton under the 1947 A.C.P., with : Lawtvy 10 acres $400. Worshipful Muster of Lodge No.
for For Teen-Agers
IMimfacturlng furniture 30 1946 and following the of |2.0 ton or Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh A. Bran
August prospect per 35\, F. A, A M. at the annual election
end, tourist camps and Is completion of basic training he C. of C. Meeting less In 1948. Planned At USOMrs. nen to Jessie Mae Hrannen, all held Monday. night in the
'wtrncting various articles was alerted for overseas move- cuts n and B and K: 1-2 lot 7, lllm-k,
|allfr> plants. If the Hart- mint to the Pacific Theatre of Monday NightG. G. E. Demonstration Ruby Johns one of the 14, Hampton, $100. I Other officers fleeted at this. f
II samples meet approval and in November 1946. directors of teen-age activities at Jessie Mae Branne-n to Raleigh!
I manufacturing costs are In Operations S. Newcomb, president of At McGriff's Today the USO building announced yesterday A, Brannnn, W 1-2 lot 7, and all meeting were: F. L. Durshlmer,
Arriving at the Fecond Major S. W.; S. L. Peel. J. W.J; D. S.
I With others he will be a- the Starke Chamber of Commerce, that a formal Christmas lots 8 and) 0, Block 14, Hampton,
"fit, Yokohama Japan on December ajtI Cook S. D.; Freeman Reglst.r.JI' ,
f N a large contract. It wan announced yesterday that an Important t : dance will be held Saturday night, $100.
31, 19-16 "Sergeant Overstreet F J. 1>.; J. 1C. DuPre S. B.I;
lil. ?
meeting of the organization December 20 and plans are going( Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis Starke,
wait assigned to the FifthAir Donald! McRae, J. S. C. A. Futch.I
and. when the contract Isilly AII'FnI'ce will be held In the courthouse t tI forward to make this one of the to Mr. and Mrs Robert K. Lewis, ;
the Occupational V. S. '
Force Secretary; St. John Treasurer -
negotiated It will necessl- and Korea, and Monday night at 7:30: o'clock. I outstanding events of the holiday 40 acres $100. I Ii
T. It
for Japan ; Connell Chaplain P. N
considerable of hisFt Purpose of the meeting will be the season. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wester to 1
expansion .
p subsequently reassigned to Itaml M.\ Barefoot Tyler R. O. KldJ. I
t t Mr Hartmann stated. Air Bas on the main Japanese discussion of plans for organizinga 1 Mrs. Johns stated that partiesfor George W. Smith, Maxvllle lot Jr.. Marshal.
local development corporation. 1t heldon 9, 10, 33 and 40 Woodlawn $2.
teen-agers are now being
Honshu. Sergeant
home Island The new officers will be installed )-
meVnbers and members t
All prospective 600.
unty Teacherset Overstreet l Is currently assignedto Friday and Saturday nights at a ceremony to be held on
are to attend. Adelle Scott of
urged Geo. F. and
the 69th Bombardment Squadron each week and she expressed appreciation December 22.FIRST.
| Last Friday an Airplane and Engine I to members of the Rotary Polk County to F. A. Scott,
as Starke, N 25 ft of W 60 ft.. Lot
Mechanic for A-28 "Invader" type Christmas DinnerAt Club who have agreed to r.=
e County Teachers Asuoclai ;? take turns In assisting! at the Friday 11, and So. B ft. of the west 60 I

i heard Miss Janet McCracken aircraft. Woman's ClubThe night events.It ft., lot 10. Block 19, Temple's LETTER I.

Inr consultant, speak on react- ms membersof Addition. $100.Recent ] ,
for two
In schools at the meeting of Funeral MondayFor Starke Woman's Club was Is planned [ To Santa Claus (
the Rotary Club to be present V
I Thursday night
awoclatlon held Fflday. Defter Jean D. HazenJean the scene colorful Christmas dinner each Friday to assist In crafts Births
S. Misa McCracken Is 4, of a "
hated' With the P. K. Yonge D. Hazen, 07. retired Sara- when members of the club, ;ames, and other events.E. WESLEY LJCK: AHW04, III

{oratory School a part of the sota contractor, died Saturday their huunbands. -.nd a numberof Chief and Mrs. W. L. Arwood, Every: year there ha to be afirst"

verity of Florida In Gaines- after a long illness and funeral visitors gathered amid lavish D. Jones To Enter Jr., of Green Cove Springs an- like there letter Is to Santa Claus. Just
motif. always "first"
In the Yule a pintof
after- decorations
services were held Monday Race nounce the birth of a son, Wesley
of Mrs. J. Commissioner strawberries Here Is the first
tier teachers of o'clock In New Hope Due to the III November 17 In
the talk, the noon at 2 Lee on letter
Mrs. Edward Burns Santy received by the
with W. Klncaid, a-
county divided' Into small I Cemetery near Brooker chairman for E. D. Jones of Sampson City the Jacksonville Naval Hospital Telegraph this reason:
'P' $ for discussion MrS. Muriel Elder Adair and Elder R. R- i served as Introducing Rev.W.J. Miss Delia Copley Home Service announced this week that he will Mrs. Arwood Is the former Miss Brooker. Fla.

an, principal of the Hellnn Campbell officiating. the Churchwell evening. who gave the Invocation Supervisor for General Electric bff a candidate for County Commissioner Margaret Carter of Lawtey. Dec. 10. 1947
school Is chairman of the Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Appliances Inc.. will be at the from District 3 (South Dear Santa
President :
his after which the Mr. and Mrs Archie O. McKln
here Association. Margaret Hazen, Sarasota| ; G. J. McGriff Store 225 TempleAve. Starke) In the approaching primary -
Mrs. R. A. am a little boy five old
Tam- of the Club ney, Lawtey, boy Archie Oilman year
D. W Hazen
mother. Mrs. Friday December 12. for election.Mr. .
and visitor and will try to bu good)
Miss Myrtle Green welcomed guests Jr.. Nov. 11. very very
al Sale Totals pa: a daughter. two sons *. Judge A. Z. Adklns then the purpose of demonstrating the Jones la a native of Bradford -; Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Johns, It you will please bring m* a tricycle -
Lake City new O. K.: ironer .
Hazen. and a fitting response.Following County having been born at Hampton boy. Robert Calvin Jr., a truck t tractor, and a
Petersburg gave
?15.70 To Date Truby Hazen St. U. S. Army; I dinner, Mrs. W. J. Miss C..p|,>y has a wide and New River and retired about a I Nov. 11. pair> of glove Don't forget I

"". and Jean D. Hazen. Jr., W. Hazen. Churchwell continued the pro- diversified background a' experience year ago from his job as1 fireman Mr. and Mrs. Otis K. Brewer. have a sister 12 yean old. Hope
[ 'turns during the first five brothers George with her rendition of a In the home laundry field and engineer with the Seaboard Lawtey boy Gary Wayne Nov., you have a nice Cnrlatma
and weeks of the annual Christi Brooker: T. C. Hazen. Keystone gram after which all having previously worked closely railroad after 23 years of ,service. 12. -Laverne Dyal. "
West Christmas\ poem I
Seal Sale conducted by the Heights: Dr. Olen B. Hazen Fred shared In the l singing ofa With several of the leading manu- At present he la operating a mall Mr. and Mrs. Truble N Rowe
and present
idford County Tuberculosis'lltlatton Palm Beach: A. A. sis number of Christmas carols, I facturers of home laundry equip tore at Sampson. Lawtey boy Roger Wayne, Nov. Youthful Merrill Jerome Edwards
Mrs. Gainesville and two. pupil In the
totaled $215.70. Hazen. .being ment.A elementary
of the 11.
. *. Wainwright Chair- A. Brown Brooker. this phase program grades at BUS
County ter!!. Mrs L. Mr. of the General Elec gets into the
closed with a benediction by graduate Shaw Announces Mr. and Mrs. William A. Saxon
"n>, Tampa.
announced today. The sale, and Mrs. F .M. Sanderson spirit of the thing by writing the
'ch of L. O. Hazen ChurchweU.The tric Consumer Institute. Bridgeport Jr., Hampton boy William AI..rIII ,
" opened on November 24 H* was an uncle of interesting program was Conn., Miss Copley has a Frazier J. Shaw announced this Nov. 15.\ followIng poem:
i 4 the mall delivery of Seals, and Mrs. A. E. McKinney brought to a close when the ; thorough knowledge of the fundamentals week that he will b. a candidate Mr. and Mrs George L. Reddish A ('hr"'t_ Poem

continue until Christmas. Starke. men formed a group on the of laundering and U well for the office of County supervisor Ralford boy George Larry I wish I had a little toy thatbelongs

Burring each year during then Mrs. L. L. stage and sang "Goud Night qualified to give the notice wife of Registration In the primary Jr., Nov. 19. to me
l> before sale Friend of Mr,, and Mr. And that cornell on a little
Christmas the LaoflpfI". helpful hint as well ait the many election next spring.
the> only appeal made by the Wainwright, will be glad to four advantage to boo g&r.-'l I with Shaw I Is now employed with the Mr. and Mrs. Clayton B. Stroh- Christina tne.

'"MUlosis' association for funds\ that the condition of their Louie (:.\RD OK Til.\.NKS modern home laundry equipment. State Hotel Comll lUlton. 'scheln and children. Bobby Alice I know that I like Santa the h
old son bestAnd
Vance Its tuberculosis pre- and. a half month ( following We wish to express thanks to MUs\ Copley enthusiastically June and) Frank of Big Bend La., I .1

'""," and control program. Lee Jr.. Is much Improved Sunday to our many friend and acquaintances says that: "The housewife wouldbe Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner, Mr. recently arrived for an extended I Breast.second Mr. Robin Mil

Although the sale will con- his admittance Hospital for their generous expressions amazed if she knew and realized and Mrs. W. C. Conner and Mr. visit over the Chrlatma holidays

* until Christmas it Is cxmsly the Alachua County the child Is suffering of kindness In cards notes the time saving effortless and Mrs. W. R. Conner were with Mrs. Strohcheln'ai parents; Mr. Thompson-
" helpful to the association Gainesville where bronchitis flowers, gifts and visits to our Ironing and the convenience of guests of Mi1 and Mrs. Loran Mr. and Mrs. F o. Peterson and John and son.

1 to the post office if returns : with asthmatic throat infection. .nn. Sonny during his recent stayIn Ironing with the new 1947 General Conner from Tuesday of taRtw".k family. : Moron Byron and and son Mr.Carl:and :Mr. S. U

Wade early, before the heavy and an ear and providingthe the hospital In Gainesville and Electric Flatrlat Ironer" through Friday In Hylvsnla.3a hers, Mildred and dauch.
*" of Christmas mall begins," Competent doctors are Wainwright since coming home. Mr. McGriff local G. E. dealer ., where Loran formerly of Mrs. A. W Anderson.., and A. guest and :MyrA all were

"* Wainwright said. "We are beat of car. Mr.patrolman In grateful appreciation cordially Invites the public to attend I Starke, now operate a large W. Anderson, Jr., spent Friday I I'tfrl. ..r.Sunday m. Mbcon at the born of
Is employed as this demonstration. of about 1800 afternoon in and Mr and
'rut" checks to those promptly.who" send In by the Gainesville police depart- Mr. and Mrs. Ednmnd Tenly. I farm acre Jacksonville Afra A, AL Mixon,


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cool before putting away. I founda slaw. Cot a white head of cab-I .....ncll.... Ink, Pain.rx. .
Telegraph teaspoon vinegar put in the bage on a cutter pretty fine- ." h1boonN.te, Uraclfurd tly 1
Bradford County One Woman'sOpinion Clay Hill white cooked icing will keep It what you think your family will Telegraph. .
eat. Season with salt and
like the sugar
brittle. I
i I
iI I Ity Burgess" seven-minute Icing but often had to taste. Add a little vinegar to

Published. Every Friday and Entered an Second I Nebr trouble, getting It too brittle. Do moisten. Make it pretty
so the vinegar will not sweet'l G. F.
Clan; Matter at the Pottt Office at Starke, Ma.MEMPrq ny Blllee ROM you like custard pie? They will VJ L) U
Wherein I make Christmas preaents set nice but do not put too much too sour. Add celery sect If you DEALER
/ like. I always put in a little IN FRE
anilnJi y thinking of the sugar In.
1947 Ah! but aren't the days beautiful black pepper. Serve cold. AND CURED HE
coming! Christmas, an I sing a I have my new glasses Whoops -
now that the sun has come
song have been sogood Almost time to make candy. I
"iubwrlptlon 9':! Annually WI.10 For f Six! Month out to stay--or so it looks. Everything My eyes always Christmas
am singing and
until I marched at attention songs !
Is all so gold and red The' Oh, Ye beneath life's heavy load, have wreaths In the windows.
my AND
In the boiling sun at Fort Ogle- RETAIL
crisp autumn air puts a little pep Whose forma are bending low, God bless Love Lura.
thorpe. I cannot see to read with you.
DAFT TAFT-WRONG THEN-WKONG NOW In your walk or maybe it's just Who toil along life's climbingway ---
out them. Don and I went to
December 7, the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, always i the cold weather. Just before I Sioux City and had our eyes test ROUTE 100 2 MI
Thanksgiving we were down to With measured and slow
steps SOUTH
inspires a number of speeches, articles and editorials. This mother's and I gathered a few Look up for glad and golden ed. It was fun. We went in the "'e now hl&Va hand a full OF STAR

year the most significant words spoken on the occasion were branches of red berries and put hours new yellow convertible Ford coupe line of office supplies pc-u, ',,: .: ; '
those voiced by James F. O'Neill national commander of that Is our son's. He was home
them in a tall vane. Then on Come swiftly on the wing.
the American Legion who asserted that "the greatest Thanksgiving I placed this In the Oh, rest beside, the weary road from college on Friday. Th. CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CO\CRE1'P]
tragedy of Pearl Harbor is that the United States has not center of a large tray and heaped To hear the angels sing. glasses have pink shell frames and SASH DOORS PAINT IIARDWAHE ;
make feel and I
learned anything from it." fruit and nuts all around It. It me young gay.
How well I remember ,like to wear them and since they
wan really a sight to behold. walking
Commander O'Neill was speaking at an event signallingthe .
down the- sandy road from I are made BO I can see afar and Most
kick-off of a Legion campaign to have Congress enact I them all Yes,
school near
I feel house singing this last ANNIS
sorry at this time of year :Nan"
Universal Training next year. lie called upon Legionnairesto life is with I Everything
for those people who have never verse of an old Christmas! son*. good glasses. suppose -
obtain ten million signatures on petitions for the trainingbill found the time to have children. Sometimes I was so tired I could '1 some day I shall have false To fscf

and described Senator Robert A. Taft, Ohio Republican, It seems to me that Christmas hardly drag myself home. Teaching teeth too but at present I havea BUILDHNG SUPPLIES
the ""No. of UMT in Congress." does good set of my own. BuildRfpaln GifuFoJ
as opponent must be a very lonely time for make one weary I have IXC.:
"The real blame for Pearl Harbor," he said, "lies with them. Often you will hear folks often thought It would be wonderful -:1 Clay Hill Is preparing for Christ!

+ the American people. Pearl Harbor was the result of national say they Just don't seem to have I to go out on ChristmasEve man Mrs. Jo David and lion of I It 1 103(1-1018( W. Slain St., South

apathy toward any and every measure of American the Christmas spirit, and when and hear the angels singing. I Hugh has moved Into her home in OrIkmodel Gainesville' Florida
preparedness." you do nine times out of ten. It's I know they must still rejoice. I Baldwin. She has painted and I
because they haven't listened to Christmas is the time to forget |fixed It up nice. They are going I'lIONE 217 818
his furious
Senator Taft's stand on UMT and recent 1
about' old differences and clean one's to have a Christmas program atl 1'. (). Box 03
wide-eyed little boys tell
blast against General Marshall's basic policy of aiding Euro- '
the school and Ella Osteen
Santa Claus coming down the heart to hold only love for your May ,
pean nations to resist the dominance of Russia are causing fellow says they are all well and happy.
neighbors. Then we becomeas
heard little tell
chimney or a girl
of to recall those earlier Taft when VISIT OUU NEW RESTAURANTMEET
some us pre-war speeches of the pretty doll with pigtail Jesus wants us to be and can Mrs. Carson Griffls says they had
the aspiring Senator from Ohio was so abysmally wrong, that she's going to get. With the truly get tho Christmas Spirit In barbecued chicken and pork for, AND EAT AT ROY'S

: even in those days, on basic foreign policy. children cluttered, around you, our hearts. You cannot be happy Thanksgiving. Brooksle Good Food Soda Fountain

Among other Taftisms was this, uttered in a speech on you can't help but have the Christ- if you hold a grudge or griev is grinding cane. Some are pick-I I fleet Rooms For Your Convenience

August 27, 1910! : "There is at least a temporary alignmentof man spirit If you are half alive. ance. I have found that out. I ing corn. Mrs. Cox of

Germany, Italy and Japan. I do not think that any of I am HO proud, that all of mine are :can truthfully Hay that there Is sending me a box: of grapefruitthat
still no one !in this world that I grew in her back yard. She
these nations will attack the United States. Infants enough to believe In really .
I always read Clay Hill. God bless 44"
If the voting public had the time and inclination to go Santa. dislike. I like some biter than

back and read old issues/ of the Congressional Record and others, but there Is so much good ;, such lovely people as she. From where I sit.
I like old-fashioned Joe Ma
in to love. cabbage .. by
I've done
everything but beroped every one II | ;;
pee just how wrong Senator Taft has been on vital issues j.
and hobbled the past weekwith have been making rag dolln. 11 I _
in the past, they would largely discount his adverse opinions
the rodeo being only a block have had the most fun. I made a I
of UMT and the Marshall Plan.
. from ui. John practically lived girl doll for little ''I "Tumble
my granddaughter -
What right, on the record, has Senator Taft to set himself down there with those horses aU whose name Is April and she CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION ,

t!., up with the status of oracle? the time. I am glad that they I Is almost three. For Don's grand-, Yu '.'ible TumbleBen -"
could do It as I am sure it Is an eon I made a boy In checked rf ,

Phone 52-J experience: that will long be remembereil overalls Ills name is Danny and I
I 8pBy Op.DEF SEay1CE I by all of them. (he lives in Cul.forr.la. H Is two I
we .or.:ow TMt cross ,)Mrs. Hartmann ('0\\II vn sure all so real to them years old. I love all children but I 1 Ryder la back! After twenty _says,"how a town can get run\
J and they think that all Texas Is my grandchildren have an especial I years in Capital City Ben has retired in twenty years!" And then

one b'g ranch with cowboys every' corner In my heart. My grandson and come to enjoy life in the takes his tongue out of his i

two foot arnrt. But bless their In five now and his name Is Fred- family house on Maple :Street. and tells us how proud he Is c

henitx, let them believe It If they I'r Ick. I have planned to spend ) First thing Ben does is write us orderly,law-abiding atmobp
EARN \\idle You LEARN FLY want to. Personally, I don't thinka
1 to Chrl-tmas of 19JS with my son I' complaining how Our Town has finds here.
child l IK normal If he duesn' In the Ole Brick Farm In Indiana there's mud in
:, changed. "Why no And from where I sit, yoJ
ever play cowboy Coil, willing.! | the streets to sink up to your point to that growing prefej

On The G.(; !I. BILL of RIGHTS twenty John said cowboys to me and"Mama cowboy, there's girls white At this with writing the earth 1.1, I ankles inl"! he says. "No pistolfeuding for a moderate, wholesome gljj

down there," I went and I enJoyed snow. Digger is in the town squarel I No beer as one reason folks In I
J : It myselfthoroughly.. I I asleep, and Willie bird Is eating moonshine liquor er Saturday Townaraaotemperateandnnight

dislike very much people goingto seeds between songs. How I love brawls I Nothing to do but borly and well-behaved.
my pets. We had a funeral on settle for of beer
a temperate glass
show of that
see a sort and
We are now Approved for the following ;II then acting as If they are ashamed Thanksgiving morning but we got PHARMACIST in law-abiding, tavern!1" (
courses: to go to Coleridge for dinner. I
to be there. They look like Turrible,turrible,turrible,"Ben
4 enjoyed the roast duck. I did Phone
Basic Ground Primary and Advanced they've been caught In the blind-\ 64 STARKE

Flying Also! Private, Commercial .;, .... Ing lights. of a raid on a burles- not have know a turkey duck ordered was so for good.Chrlst-, I On-the-Minit Service

and Flight Instructor;" '"' que show. I admire anyone who Jello salads COP'lri.ht,1947,United States Bremen fa
mas. are oft hard to
Courses. Approval No. 5650. "' __ has achieved whatever he started,
.:-, '_ :
: ::- get out of the molds. Try greas-
out to do, regardless' the task
ing your molds with mayonnaise
Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. The theirs.rodeo performers had mastered before pouring in the saladtheycome

ii Nights 7:30 P. M. The one act of the !horne and i out easy.
the cowboy dying on the prairie I I like lime Jello with that canned -
would have liked to fruit salad stirred In. I nerve
SERVICE hear. It Is impressive when you on leaves with a dab of

} !PHONE 117 OR 32 can hear It and Is beautiful In the mayonnaise. Don't wash your
thought of the devotion of the two waffle iron. When dune with It

J CONWAY\ AIRPARKI for each other even to death. Alas, put a paper towel or several
though. I sat In front ofi nom of paper napkins between the ironsto
' the town's bright boys who haye soak up the grease and let it
/ to poke fun at something like ---- 6
,CS' I that and I didn't hear It all. They REAL ESTATE

a never thought of the time It tookto
i train the horse to act the part.I 1 Ut your property for sale
III doubt seriously !If they could with me. I have sold many

<< 1} train a dog to stand up. I always pieces of property and have

I; mad It a practice If I didn't like puny prospective buyer A IN YOUR HANDS

'i anything to keep my mouth clos- square deal Is guarantee. A : .
1 J ed for the benefit of those who fu r cununliudon Is all that I re-
ndr.. An a member of the

<< J might.I never had a yen to be a cow- Realty Board you may be'stir .
< I that I will representyou -
hoy or anything similar but 1
love to rl
At BIRRS!, & Baker You Will Find An I can easily understand my K. ./. \V.U.N\VKIGI1T, JR. f(

. << Array of Gifts, Games and Toys a children being so overwhelmed. I Rf'altor1 1Pbone. 134 ( t
think: horses hold a certain fascination
Sure To Please Boys and Girls of All "
; Ages '
for a lot of people.Here's .

I s Let Us
! Be Your
a nice recipe to use m rA

<< SrtmlnnUio U0.93 when you don't want to cook a "Friend In Need"During
'f -
lot but want something that Is

Nrtmlnn 8"101-0.1. $.12. 9 a good and tasty at the same time.If The Busy Holiday -

Schtvlnn Standard $47.30\ II your family loves cheese as we Season Just AheadDELICIOUS $ !
do this will fit right In.
SI Rlnktum Ditty (
1 small onion chopped fine,
.Iiinloii 12" 16" 20" $19.30 t. $23.30
I 1 tablespoon butter .
:Mercury 10" 20" $11.30 to $13.93 I 2 cupa cooked tomatoes t p t. .t Ie
Junior 1 teaspoon salt z .3
13" $10.93Union
<< S 1-" teaspoon pepper 3 4sx

2 teaspoons sugar 1i1 r :
<< s 1-2 lb. cheese, grated ;'
Hardware SKATES $1.50 pr. 1 egg beaten
Doll CARRIAGES. Cook onion in butter until tender CAKES
g $1.50$11.95:

WAGONS (Aluminum Bodies, ) $3.95 $13.95; Add tomatoes, salt pepper PIES DONUTS AND .
and sugar and heat. Add cheese
Let Us Do
SCOOTEES $10.00 and cook until melted,
I IHutch II stirring Your Bakinso So You +e

K constantly.constantly Add and egg slowly cook stirring one- Can Enjoy The Fun.

FOR THE FISHERMAN minute longer. Serve on buttered
( ) toast. Serves tour Lappe Eatery
I KS 3 ..2 ft. to 5 1-3 ft. $1.93 to $23.80 .

REELS: Oan City No. 090 99.93 an' Come to the Bradford Count
IJI. 313V.. CALL ST.
Kuluiua/oo. X... 23 $11.30 Bronxon .\It..nl&.0.1. II Telegraph for your office Sup- Phone IB
piles Rubber bands. pencils carbon .
ii'p } paper, legal forms, etc Wr For Free Delivery

have a large vupply. .

Siutdliig| (1)1)1" 1(112.50( :! Spalding 1rk.aide$7.00
Plate Lunches Regular Dinners
Spalding: ; Arilinoro $8.73 Wrlght-UUton. Surprlv' $3.73, 1 s aa, /

Spalding nallt :S In ('an $-.23 Short OrdersSandwiches PLEASE t

I empty Dottles P11
Soft Drinks .,
; a
Regulation' FOOTBALL $8.95 "I .

n Other FOOTBALLS $2.19 $3.25; I I'I'I/ : 4;a' Ask for it either way loth

trade-marks mean the same thing.


Hobby Odom Dub Rhoden .

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e aeW ,.Kinney Branch, and there they 4:30: a. m. The dogs Connor's
gathered at uncle and aunt, Mr. and S. :Marshal I
started--on into the river swamp a big; hollow tree which was Mrs. H. M. McRae, Sunday after Frontier Epic First Ripe BerriesThe
River crossing the highway, and to Next Tuesday the Park will !
on gently sloping over. They held With Randolph Scott
the noon.Mr. show "Dick Tracy vs Cueball", first strawberries to
Sapp Branch ripe
(one mile from the "ffentleman" .
the cham- and :Mrs B. M. Myrick of
I) LONG BRIDGE New River station) and then 'I >n hunters' could I get there. Waldo and Mrs. Susie Myrlclt of Coming To Park another In the popular series based be brought to the Telegraph thin :
the adventures of the well-
Ir"Mle 1.0' iatenbyr back to Long Bridge. nle! mowing I'ke a wild Fer-I Lake Geneva attended church I "Trail Street", starring Ran- year were presented Monday by
ff I Just as Mr. Cat started to cross flashed his flashlight! up into here Sunday and were dinner knot n comic strip character Rev. C. A. Crum, colored pastor :
tho bridge, or go down Into the tree top, e.xppi-Mngr the oat guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert I dolph Scott la the frontier epic Ne-.t Wednesday and Thursday of Reno, who stated that he had
1IS' Tiht'recently: F'ernicmid swamp again, "Bang! Bang!" on a limb. Then up the hollow I!Myrlck. which will be shown at the Pork the Park will present a double picked several and should be able !
Cecil emptied both barrels at him tree dashed 'To' Toy", one of the We are glad to have !Mrs Fred Theatre next Sunday and Mon. feature: "Clniulla! und David" with I
< a wild cat hunt. :--or around him. prize hounds! Seeber Haislop back I to get his first. pint by the end I
Ahern cat"Rlvel Anyway kitty yanked the with us after spending day. It Is a story of the West, Dorothy McGuire and Robert
the "biggest and got faster and the crowd lost dog out, not wanting him to be i: several days In the GII'n.lateHospital where bmlrnen ruled until the Young, and "lUonde Alibi" with I of this week He says that his i f
wamp" stayed'em". ground for they had to "dig Cecil scratched or "killed to death" up'' Palatka. I I coming of Bat" Masterson, U Martin O'Drlseoil. ; one-acre patch looks fine L'I'l'
I''couldnatch'ly run out of the dirt and get his eyes there with that ferocious cat. I \
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l"absolutely enough to working again". Now the lightrather cautiously -
already made up! '
was you bet- went I
party Kitty's techniques began to searching up
i Gibson. Joe Leslie the hollow. There he was! The|
Lesley Whitehead vary. lie started using trees as THANKS FOLKS !
Moody prettiest little cottontail In these
Felton Moody and his means of escape. He'd jump .
yenby :woods-or as much of him
their Davy from tree to tree until he couldn'tfind as
roody, with they saw lIe came down with a"zoom" Swell of You
took off, one, then to the ground he'd I
tOO captain again. and was off before any-
bounds picked up the trailgeeber's go one could Ret his wits together.Let's To Take Advantage of Our
house, in the Mc- The final showdown came atAUTOMATIC
have some more wild cat
.-' -' "1 hunts, boys! I t Last Weekend Specials ,

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I U4tr

Pine LevelBy For A Most Successful Sale .

iUS' ] Mrs. II. M. Mrltne a Here's lIorend More To Come!
\ . .
10ket ,
F This community was made sad Place Your Order Now For Your CHRISTMAS TURKEY. For Your Choice We
\ last Friday morning to learn of
'touron.1 the death of little Lucy Browning, Will Have Western Toms and Hens Medium or Large Also Local Florida
Ak .s :3-year-old daughter of Mr. and

lfrUar(1 Browning who pass -* II Turkeys at The Very Best Prices II I U.
ed away about 1:30 Friday morn

ing after a few hours' Illness with ,
pneumonia.She .
leaves, besides her parents,

,,n twin. *.t"r.brothers Wanda Volley, and twin and sisters Ervin;, TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans For 25c
e'a will- Fae and Arrle Mae her
1I /grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. !

Browning, and grandmother, Mrs. I v.. ,.. .. I v ,
HA Green, and other relatives and

o S 3 ? : friends.Funeral services were held Sat. ORANGES Fancy, Juicy 20c APPLES Itecl Delicious 25c

urday afternoon at Pine Level DOZEN 2 lbs.IMPERLIL .
Church with Rev. W. E
-, Hall Baptist officiating: Her little body v ., .. .v, ,
was laid to rest In the Sapp Cemetery ._n____.___._________ FANCY
under the direction of De-
i Witt C. Jones. FOIl THATChristmas

IIUTPLATE IRONER iI children Mr. and of Jacksonville Mrs. A. F. spent Hall and the MINCE MEAT Cake LETTUCE

I weekend here with relatives.

SO EASY Smooth,Smart Styling j I I and Mr.baby and and Mrs.Miss Robert Shirley Myrick McRae 17c pkg. Seedless 2 lids. 25c

SO QtJICK t! I were last visiting week.relatives in Jacksonville Raisins .

SO RESTFUL Mr. and, Mrs. Wlllia Dyal, Mrs. Ik -I
i i1I
i Beulah Prescott, and daughter, 15 OK. tf : I
J V wear yourself out standing for hours i Mrs L. C. McVay, all of Starke, OCEAN SPRAY LAKOK !STALKCranberry
Imri hot ironing board? Mere' the "nitIwtoJo.it" I I visited the bedside of Mrs. Jack !
; G.E Flatplata Ironer that Goodge last Friday
lltnill. the hard work automatically) Bigptuquars Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae were Sauce CELERY
inch surface turn out two flat fingertip Operation I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sappat t
liKttiit nnc -cuts ironing time way down! PINEAPPLE
I"Irani iliirt, dresses, curtains, too-easily, Hellbronn Springs Sunday afternoon 20 ,'
I botulilulI,... nrofcsnionally. So little effort reWired 23c AND CHERRIES pkg. C 15c :
I you'll feel fresh as a daisy after yip.I Rev. and Mrs W E, Hall were can I
"peg thrnui, even a whole week's ironing t tI called to Hilliard last Saturday '
!Sec ui or phone for 8 demonstration. of the illness of their All Kln.lI'ound .. I
OO 00 because daughter, Mrs. J. E. Murrhee.Mr. I.... .., NUTS 39c ---I i

GENERAL@ ELECTRIC: and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I
: children and Miss Shirley Kelly GEORGIAPEACHES .1
KCM3: LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Surf oca=12 Nand Iran were dinner guests of Mr. and RAISINS 19c
Mrs. L. A. Crosby in the Rising Secteaa SHORTENING35clb. I
section Sunday.
ner guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
pkff. 12c
A. F. Hall and children of Jacksonville 25c can MON'EEL
G. E. Home Service Demonstration Super. J. L. Conner of Hell 1.1 .
visor Will Re At Our Store On Friday December bronn Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. _____.__. -4 __
12, To Demonstrate The New G. E. Ironer. Robert Taylor and daughter, Char-
The Public Is Cordially Invited To See This lene, of Lake City. OCEAN CREST
Demonstration And Also View Our New LineG. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and SALMON CAN
E. Appliances. fson, Harley and Mrs. McRae's FANCY PINK 49c
''I I mother, Mrs. N. A. Conner, all of ,

: Lake Butler, were visitors here v r Y t
G. J. McGRIFF Saturday afternoon.We r u
have had several days of
beautiful sunshine and the farmers -
223; Temple Ave. -:- Phone 72 and digging
I are grinding cane rlltlii z / g
FLA. their sweet potatoes.
STARKE I Jacksonville Mr and Mrs were F. L.visiting Connors Mrs of;, CHEESEMILD 49c

_""'- _.... ... .-Me.-6Jsrr Daisy II

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SAUSAGE, lb. 29c NECK BONES, lb. - 25c I

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v' rf r-r--rTr-r-r riitn **-fff-fm ffT* *-ffffyGrade

Grade "A" Shipped Dressed & Drawn "A" Shipped Dressed & Drawn :

FRYERS, lb. 62c.-- HENS lb. 59c 4

u" "
s r Jd'I Armour's Fancy Western
LARD $15
'Si. BABY BEEF at best prices

., .. ... .,. .. .. .. .,

IIS Ibs. :I MEAL or GRITS 49c

_'F' '' I .V,,,
I"" No. Can

'BAKE-RITE 31b.Can 1.09 lOc Orange Juice 24c

See ;.:: .. I _.. vv ..... 'v v.... ......... ... .

} Santa Claus Canadian No. 1 Potatoes 10 Ibs. 39c

Supply I 'v I ..- ,.. .v,. .. .. ..
& Auto "
Home 01
At The Farm,
J CANE Armour's Pure

I I Gifts For-All Members Of The Family SYRUpord: County gal. 1.501 j i LARD,, lb. 37c

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!! FARM, HOME &Andrews AUTO SUPPLY btarke, 1-ia. sAY F BLEACH Bottle Quart loci

144 W Call Guy



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Miss Mott Weds Mrs. Elissa Stefanelli Elissa received many lovely and Friends of Mr and Mrs!
I SOCIETY and CLUBS Perryman I useful gifts on this delightful oc- Morgan will be

Jas. H. McCarthy Hostess To UDCThe Honored On Birthday I casion. that Mr. Morgan Interested now oW, I

W. T. Weeks Chapter of the On Saturday December 6, Mrs. I Miss Elma Hickey was a Sun- Keys.operates He a barber Is the rLe, ,.n r,
WSCS Has Annual ,
Birthday Party UDC met Wednesday, Dec. 3, at II. Stefanelli gave a theatre party day guest of Mr. and Mrs. George of theStarke Bradford J
the home of Mrs. E. K. for her daughter Elissa, the occasion Barber rII
For Hope HolidayOn Christmas PartyThe lovely McCaffrey in Green Cove Springs. .
M1L Perryman on Madison St, being her seventh birthday .
the occasion of her first two circles of the Methodist Members gathered In the host anniversary. - -- ----- --

birthday anniversary little Hope WSC3 enjoyed a delightful; Christmas ess' living room where dainty About 15 boys and girls> were Men's Clothing]
Holiday wa honored Saturday party at 3 o'clock Monday flowers and green foliage addedto Invited to enjoy the show with the II I ALVAREZ' STORE Established j
Nov. 29, at a party given by her afternoon In the Methodist recrea- the beauty of the surround honoree. 1891
mother. Mrs A. N. Holiday at tion hail.About $

their home on Water Street. 75 members and. several, ings.Mrs.. Annie Lou Godwin read -
Scene of the festive occasion guests were present at this lovely i
the Treasurer's report and In the Jr L 1 .rr/ I
# -" ; IJ .. .
was the spacious back yard where affair, where the yuletide spirit i absence of Mrs. W. G. Halle, Miss ( -
:tje U' uc2-:; -- "" i'' \
decorations In the traditional was enhanced by the presence of Olive! Ray served as secretary pro 'im-s : ff/F&f( \\

Christmas colors added gaiety to a mammoth Christmas tree and j tem. The Chapter voted to buya i *, "
large baskets of colorful red poln- ''' 95 Tuberculosis Bond.
the surroundings where the young, settles which" stood at intervals
Mrs. Perryman gave a long. Interesting -
children gathered. Toy Santas around the large hall Ge -ir66'
report concerning the
were given for favors. The well rounded and beautiful
General UDC Convention held recently -<
A birthday cake with one candle Christmas program opened with a
... ..
and. welcoming talk by Mrs. Will Blair, at Miami Mrs. Perryman <-----------------' ------. -----__
wan cut during the afternoon
Mra. J. H. Scanlan assisted Mrs. After which the entire group sang =: and Mrs. L. A. Davis having been
Holiday In serving. "Joy to the World". Mrs. E. L. delegates from the W. T. Weeks What Lovlier Gift.i
Matthews gave an Interesting .
Those present to share the aft- Chapter of the BEAUTIFUL
sketch taken from Dicken's"Christmas Miss Dorothy Mae Mott daughter -
rrnoon with young Hope were: A delightful social hour later
Carol" and entitled of Mrs. Maude Mott and the
Bill Jones Jane damn, Vicki v/i.s enjoyed by the ladles, during
"The Cratchlt's Christmas, Dinner" late J. P. Mott of Starke becamethe Maple
Struth. Marcia Kldd, Richard which time the hostess served doliclous -
The story of the birth of bride of James H. McCarthy
Wainwright, Dickie Stevens andMargaret \ refreshments.
Jesus wan .shown in colorful visual son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarthy -

Ann Scanlan.. aid fashion by Mrs. W. J. Church- also of Starke, on Wednesday f [fl BedroomSuit
---- -- -- -- -- Mrs. McCall Weds
well. Z.
Mrs A. Adklns and Mrt. November 19. In the First
J. W Kincaid delighted, members Methodist Church of Folkston, Hubert BurnsonMrs.
FOR THE LOVELY with duet renditions of a groupof Ga., the Rev. F. J. Gilbert officiat-

LADY Christmas Carols ing at the caendlllght ceremony.The Selma McCall daughterof

Following the program those bride chose a mist grey Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorntonand
IN YOUR LIFE present exchanged gifts having gabardine suit with black accessories Hubert Burnson a native of Reasonably Priced At
previously drawn names in preparation and a corsage of American Orangeburg S. C., wen,'* united In
for the event. Mrs. Kin- beauty roses marriage Saturday night Decem- $115.00

raid handed, out the gifts as A reception followed the ceremony ber 6, In Folkston Ga, Judge A.

names were called.Refreshments S. McQueen performing the cere- .. .... ,
at the home of Mrs M. E. ( -- ---------------------------
were placed on a Weldon In Jacksonville after mony.
largo; table overlaid with white which Mr. and Mrs. McCarthyleft The bride was lovely In a wool A CHAIR FOR DA
and graced by /a clever yule centerpiece on a wedding trip to Tenn- cult of a delicate shade of green May \We'i Suggest
formed of red single essee. They are residing at 321 featuring accessories of brown.A .
candles surrounded by greeneryand Temple Avenue Staike. corsage'of red rose buds com- 12.50

pine cones. Presiding over a Mrs. Maude Mott and Mrs. W. pleted her wedding ensemble. '
,silver service set at cither end of O Table Lamps 8.95 >
Present at the
marriage were
B. Weldon mother and sister of TO
: the table were Mrs. J. L. Anderson -
the bride and Mrs. Richard McCarthy the bride's brother-in-law and
who poured tea and Mrs. mother of the bridegroom sister Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morris, 9 Smoking Stands 8.75 49.50 I I,
Blair, who poured coffee.
for who accompanied them.
were present the event.
Hostesses for the afternoonwere Following the ceremony Mr. 9 Wall Pictures 5.25 to 6.50
.., Mrs. Blair, Mrs. J. B. Cottrell for briefwedding
I IJ Jr. Woman's Club and Mrs. Burnson left a
I'" Mrs. J. A. Martinez, and I trip to St. Petersburg 9 Children's Rockers 2.95
GIFTS Mrs. Churchwell. A-D-I-0 .
Met Last WeekThe
J and upon their return will make
FROM LEILA'SThere I Prior to the party both circles I their home in Orange Park. 0 End & Coffee Tables
December meeting of the
held short business upBxIonir, Mrs. ADA
1 Mrs. Burnson holds .
a position I 4.95 16.50
JuniorVoman's to "
Susan Parker presented Mis.Cliurfhwell Club was held
with the Naval Air Station in
, was a time In days of with a New Testament Thursday night of last week at OR
Jacksonville while Mr. Burnson Is
old when the fond husband or bound In wood. from the Holy the home of Misses Evelyn and 9 7-Way Floor Lamps 18.95
Lillian employed by an outdoor advertising RCA
hopeful suitor must travel afar Land. Stump.Twentysix I
to find a gift worthy of "the : members gathered In company there. 9 Big High Chairs 10.50 _
light/ of his life" But nowadays the living room, where artistic arrangements t
R. E. Jones Home 19.95 to 36,95
all your troublesome gift of holly poinxettlas Lher plans were made for the ""
problems are solved by Just one Scene Of PartyA and greenery were u"Pd In carrying Christmas dance, of which Miss .:._--------------,--------,_._-----

quick vl:!'t to LoUa's! at out the Holiday motif. Red F'reddleVlmberly U Chairman,
yo r convenience joint birthday party for n.S. .. Christmas candles placed cleverly and which is to be held Christmas
Jones, Jr., and son Terry, around the room completedthe night In the USO building. Also. C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.]

rathrrpd: here In one fc.bu- was given Thursday night of last Impressive yuletide arrange- It was decided that members

,. I.a array for your personal week by Mrs R. E. Jones Jr., at ments. would prepare two large basketsat PHONE 43 WEST CALL ST. STAKKE FI.
' selection are Costume Jew- their home on Route One Miss Lucille Mitchell had chargeif Christmas time for needy per-
. elry from the smartest shops Forty-one guests were present the Interesting program Which sons. ..
, along Fifth Avenue Pins. to: share this glad occasion with consisted of all members partial- During the social hour tasty refreshments -
Necklaces Chokers Earrings the honorees. During the even- Idling in the singing of several were served by the
,l'' Bracelet) and. Compacts Ing several delightful games were Christmas carols accompanied at following hostesses: Mrs. Eldridge
In our wide selection you're enjoyed, with prices being awarded tho piano by Mrs. F. H. Long. Smith, Miss Dorothy Claire Kick- :
if'/ sure to find something to please to the winners of contests. During the business session fur- liter, and Mrs. James H. Dennis. 1jjjjjj1-
the most fastidious lady Mrn. Eunice Wilson assisted Mrs.

young or old Jones as hostess.
, ,1C '
i The house was decorated in k c WE SHIP ANYWlJERE
Then there are our lovely f 9
party colors of pink and blue and
Ethel-Lea-Nore Sachets, Fascinating .
I 1i--
large balloons on sticks were placed FANCY GIFT BOXES
[ft Jewel Boxes, Perfume lIP various spots around the
, Bottles of fragile beauty and OR BASKETS
/ louse, these later being given to
't Dresser Sets that "out of
t this world" Small decorative the younger set. Indian River ess
A large colorful birthday cake Tree-Ripened Fruit
!i Trays Linen Handkerchiefs -
\. Handkerchief Folders for was served during the latter partof 1'T / BIANORr
for the traveller Silk and Wool the evening, along with other NOW TAKING OKDKHS FOIL CHRISTMAS: DRLTVERY
Scarves, and hundreds of other refreshments.The L
personal items occasion marked the first PRODUCE CO. c DIANA {
I' ; birthday, that Mr. Jones has been NORTH TEMPLE: AVENUE U 1.-ar. FA
The very young folks aren't able to enjoy at home in five / i $37" u0/ MAX

forgotten, either We carrya years since Army duties kept him ''li 140.1'I V_s.

largo variety of gift Items for away until April of this year, I, +6970
children of all ages Infants when he was released. SATURDAY !

. Rifts for boys or girls Little 'Terry was one year of ..
Small dolls, books, rattlers age
caps shoes, bootees and the I &iajc:6h

, Animal Circus Children's r _
stationery in colorful designs PHONE
1 D 1

.r Candles for every occasion FL-:. :
0\0 Hurricane Lamps Ice
Bowls with .ong8 WaterPitchers STORE U'L'OVA
tl Sun. Mon. !*>oc. H 19
, with stirrers and glass
Console Sets Stationery for .

Xmas teen-ager Seal and and grownups Xmas Tapers. TRAIL STREETWith MEAL or GRITS 5 Ibs. 47c I _

for wrapping Randolph Scott WaWc&neis
Also. News .& Short
i Fla. PORK Youder archer
Beautiful Stiver-plated Candlesticks Toes Dec. 16 CHOPS 50c there nO liner gilt tltaa Bulova1
Compotes' Don Bon Rememb watch flea a

, Sets Dishes, and, Flower Cocktail Bowls Seta Water. DICK TRACYVs. FRYERS Dressed & Drawn 69cFancy ; anJ there is nO finer*

Table Lamps Men's Lamps, ,
Ash Trays, Cigar Boxes, and CUE BALL Small
Cigarette/ Boxes Bridge Morgan/ C'onway Ann Jeffrey lUnn"80ta'aUE'Y
Curds! single and double decks Also News &; Short
--also packed single and doubleIn __r r. English PEAS can 18eKinan' Gem.Jewelry

leather cases. e for. gifts Wed. Thurft. I h11 IS ,

itlquos, and, the fine gifts IIVBLll': FEATCRE \\VEI ERS lb. 35c
!! s
f' the Christmas) table In dessert ,
plates and bread and but- Claudia & David I- \ E. Call St. -
t Crystal Punch Bowls Trellln Brand Cream Style j 09
orothy l Mrflulrp, Robt. Young .
'UPS. Fruit Cupettcs StarKc"W

Demitasse the collectors Cups. r and.. Saucersfo BLONDE ALIBI CORN 2 cans f for 25c I J I

,'tv line of Slips Gown, "It Martha: O'DriscollAlso Special Prices To Cattlemen pk 1 ieclad Ld.r 1 fat

e '. .'. i-i Also a beautiful News'
\lie of I.adlesVearlng Apparel I. DDT
I'rl." "Sat. I...... 19-20 PERCENT SPRAY

"'inrt we have a dlsI IHH'BLK: KEATt'KE
.1 I gift for the baby
h man, wife sweetheart The Falcon'sADVENTURE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW{ FOR r

.id i Come In and see Gtob
for vourself .. .
With ToniGUN Coay AND

(! I) TURKEYS 4 HENS + '
: LAW rtlsiolNl 1 I uca

With George O'Brien +6500 + i11S
..::-> Also "Oulls of Liberty" We "'Ulllave Plenty of Xmas Candies

I Chant. 11 "Law of Wild"




gM1BER 12. 1947
of LOCAL I HOOVER !Sales! & Service The
?IiITS NEWS Mrs P. C. Newsome
only outlet for genuine parts. day in Jacksonville:: with spent her Sun sis Mr. and Mrs. W. )[. Peek of father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
- Phone 120. Smith' Garage tf ter-in-law, Gladwater. Texas have left)L. S. Hutto Little Frankie Hut-
)1\' Mrs R. S. McRae, who
' n LdMr' Albert Relnoehl Mrs. J. A. McIntyre and children Friends of Hubert Kelley:: willregret s ..11 in Riverside' Hospital! I Starke for several days' visit In i I to underwent a tonsil and adenoid GIVE H-I-M IJ
njrlJ were guests Sat Cillie and< Oran visited all to learn that he la in a Mrs. J. R Powell and son. J. E. Lake Butler at the home of Mrs operation on November 29 In
I Igng [:aciinU"al the home of Mr last week with Mrs. Mclntyre'a Vero Beach hospital as the resultof Jr, of Jacksonville are guests ;, Peck's sister Mrs. Alice Lang-i Shadycrest. I
Jght 1>1. Davis. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. injuries received i when a truck this week at the home of Mrs. ford. Mr. and Mrs. Peek have I
IJIo a guest Sun- Thornton. Little Billie remained he was driving south collided with Powell's brother-in-law and sister been: visiting relatives" In Waldo OES NoticeWaldo
1 Smothor, Mrs J. D. for an additional wei-k'H visit another large/ : truck pinked I by the Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight !tin I plan to return ,oon Starke'l
l brother BillGreen with his grandparents. side of the rood nenr Vero The i > h 'II| 'inday acc-umpanled home In Texas.Mrs. < Chapter No. 120, Orderof
Sr, and his accident occurred on \Vedncmlnvof by Mr. Powell 1 Kaitern. Star will hold Its regular
g D Cove Springs.d RULED .'UACTICEI'EU, returned to | E. A. Winkler was in .
III last week at 4 a. m Kellevwas Jacksonville Monday. meeting FiUlny. Doc. 12 at
Simmons of 0\I2, for school i i Jacknonvtlle Monday on business. Is ..
Mr8 jack children. 75c "ftream. thrown clear of the cab o'clock' Them will b an Initiation ,
.-Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ( i Ur. H. K. White and H.iroM { 1
County "oh.on'l and .M2 l P
were Monday night Tele which was completely demolished.; and ceremony the Masonic V.
XI children Michael 'ind <
graph. Due to he Pomar of St. Augustine were |brothers will tip< honored at this!
exposure contractedpneumonia
Mrs. Edgar
Mr and : were recently In Lake where'they '
il City guests Wednesday and Thursday(
Mrs. B. M. Montgomery of Madi- in addition to his other meeting. Members areII'Kell to
n. visited %V. F. Smith who U of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. I ,.
son was a guest Friday and Saturday severe injuries, which included the ill In Lake Shore attend and visiting members are
at the home of Mr. and breaking of both legs. Hospital haying Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto and welcome. Maude Lnppe, Worthy CLOTHINGTue
Mrs. Olin White. Saturday, recently suffered a ntroke. !children recently were guests for I'I Matron; Louise Raulcmon, Secre
Mrs Mr. Practical Gift
Mrs. Ralph Cox and ''
:(DING BELLS RING White and Miss Dorothy White daughters. Prlxcilla and Cynthiaof Q.Miss L. Thomas Mayme Anderson were overnight and Mrs, several days at the home of his tary.ISAPP'S \ .., -----
back accompanied to Mrs. Montgomery Live Oak visited Sunday at the guests Sunday at the homeof th.: 1'!.'! th.: ... ....
OFLVER her home I -- -- -4 n -
ABKIVAI. where they home - - '
/ enjoyed of Mm? Cox' father and Miss Anderson's brotherinlawand I Sport Shorts
& CRYSTAL a weekend visit. mother, Mr and Mr. D. L. Sll-; sister Mr. and Mr.. p I M
Her ChixM-n. Pattern" Mrs.' Herbert Ritch spent Wednesday ,cox. I DavisMis.. I STARLINGS' !
GIFTS In Gainesville where she I'hntoKrnpMc Greeting Cardsmall : Bertha Pearce, Mrs J. G. [ s
SHOWER enjoyed a visit with her sister ., from your own negatives at Godwin, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy & K
Miss Mary Denmare. }} {:
the Hollywood Camera It Gift were In Jacksonville Wednesday
Mrs. Robert Turner and son, ,Shop. St )%.19, of last week I STORE GROCERY f
e Bride's Shoppe Bobby of Baldwin were guests Mr. And Mrs Lucian Conner i Miss Catharine Noll man who Is t Cherry<<
Madison St. Sunday of her sister and mother and Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Newcomb teaching In Jacksonville
$ recently Cor. Call &
Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. LauraI. attended. the annual Q 600 E. 10th St.
meeting of, spent several days with her parents -
Powell. the Putnam County Chamber of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll man. if FRIDAY & SATURDAY DECEMItER 12.13 b

__ 4__'_" 'S,, .L/\IT\ "! ",>t'f.\\?>>, (u''t..L..I""'ssv.r: Commerce in Palatka Tuesday. Mr. end Mrs W. K Wilder and "AX'I. 1\1\.T.XI.u. uu,
'" A ,
__ __
;:<';;:; ;;;; ': t I d ? Mrs. S. T. Dell hall returned trt .. : \VKSTERNPie
t-j'.._. '__;;::1;1.,.;__'' .IdI1I l. >_* ,"'';' ,-<, her home In Gainesville n after daiJRhter Bobble Jean of Orlando \\OK U
were guests Sunday of Mrs.

:1' r tow/See NEW at spending the home several of her days sister last, week Mrs. and Wilder'x Mrs. sisters Mae Edwards, Mrs. Fay Gill I I53c
e J. M Brownlee. HOOVFH Sales, .& Service The Filling Chops
('ONSTRi"('TION' PAPER Ox only outlet for /genuine piirt
BEN DIX automatic Ironer 12. assorted colors, 13: 1-% cents Phone 120. Smith' Garage, tf
:1 l pig| | Bradford County Tele Mrs. R. B, Trask of Lakelandwas ..i
; graph. a guest last week of her 1 2 for 13cCONWAY'S !b.u .i.ii f All Sizes! Colors
-' --'- Mrs. M. F. Frazier of Jackson mother. Mrs. W. H. Perkins, and 1 fg 2.95
.. > ville arrived Sunday afternoonfor her sister Mrs. Earl H. Searing up .

\; .--" .. mI' : a, J.week's W. Rowe.visit with herbrother i> IUISII {: "

\L.-.,; I' Mr and Mrs. B. II. Hardin of SWEATERSALL
Jacksonville accompanied, their REDUtED Potatoes
son, Rex and Mac McGrlff back to
to the University of Florida Sun- ItiI :S J SAUCE g

day.A.. L. Crosby, Jr., and his two ACREAGE, s
I uncles, Claude Crosby of Jack Demands 14c ea. 5 !I Ibs. 19c j
sonville and Hugh Butler Crosby ,
. of Brooker, and L. H. Futch of Ii r
Ironer-that fit BETTER II w
The only adjust to you Lawtey all attended the dedicationof
Has 3 open ends for easier clothes handling! Everglades National Park Sat- NO. 9 CANHTNIMIU FRUIT CAKEMATERIALS <<

Keeps all work In sight! urday. TOBACC 3I > lt.\Nn
!Send i a Hallmark ChristmasCard 7
Now, the creators of workless washing make and you tend the fluent. i?
your ironing! amazingly easier! No cramping Complete .selection at the Hollywood 1 ,, ..M+
no stretching, no strain-and lesa garment Camera & Gift Shop Tomatoes MIXED FIIUITLEMON << NNAr
McNAIH'S Yh-M-TrMtrd. ()'rtl-
iluftmg. Fully automatic controls. So easy, mJJ St 13-19: | : PEEL
anyone can iron anything-with tho new I Mra Sammie Glllesple of Fort tied tobacco sari produces quality P
Bendix Ironer. Iraf. During: 19IH. the toe OKANCE PEEL
; Meade has been visiting her -
Frs. Com in cowl parents haven acreage will Im rut. Your
Dcmonifrafionf Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jolley( i 13c CITHONllcpkg. ,
planting sal it more Importantthan ea.
for the past ten day, ,
ZZ9.O t Mrs. J. R. Kite Is visiting this To help'make up for r weekend in Tallahassee where 'u 1 ] << p'
<- she 1.4 the guest of Judge and. quota, plant MrNalr'n YleldTfHtnl. BLUE PI.XTECoffee f 4.95 I't t
Certified Navl. Grown up I
Mrs. Glenn Terrell. I
on MrNalr'n Yleld-Tcntnl Farms .. ----
\\ ; TIllr.VH.
!Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. Carl ftIlll.i
Johns and Mrs J. A. Martinez ;
Ii spent. the day recently In Gainesville K. It. IIOIIEKTH Si SON }J ssrrrnsspepsppe TIES In Gift Boxes '
Worthlnfcton, Flu.UIIN I I
: Mr. and .Mrs. E. F. Miles and at OAl.NEY 2 $1 BROOMS Hundred of Patterns
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Mr. and Mrs W. R, Strickland Brookes, Flu. 1 lb. Tin
$1.00 to $2.00
spent Tuesday, In Gainesville with McNoir'. YetM-Tmtcd Seed Co. : rt! ,.. .., ,.. I Ir
Mr. and Mrs. E C. Culbrcath and I "
hieerinburg. N. C. i 79cea. f
their small son, Jimmy. 47c
!!- ._ ...:;.:_ I -!nuo''!.!!.+,n i : Other Gift Items
,. O

4 i' attended with the finest of TIED ROOM SLIPPERS.
I I g sincere Serving bring to us the friend- MEN'S HonES
< ship of the great communities which J BEANS i iJ BIEN'S FITTED CASESALVAREZ

!,. << we serve. ,. ,.. II" ,.

J, '. I Y 11011 rof g .1-.,' ;J 5 Ibs. Factory Pack With Tomato Sauce ff

: ,.f', """" K DEWITT C. JONS::::: 7!: 13c ea. (I{ nAII. ItfASHER

1 '\-. r, d << AMBULANCE SISRVICE: erG EST. 1801

1 1I Funeral Director ... .... .... .... .... .... .... ..

I Our local funeral home enables us to '

I 1I KK<< offer otherwise conveniences available.We and services' not CHRISTMAS K.,I

furnish the hlghes. type service at the lowest prices ai|
accept ANY life insurance policy in fore.. Issued by ANY com
<< pony, ail payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation G

I carries no obligation. -.- - 3 ,

I Santa's A Pretty Smart Guy -
<< The Gift G
He Woman
Knows That What Every f.J _-

Wants Most Is A Modern Home With that Gives Years =p'of 1 f ff.

The Modern Electric Appliances To Fun. .

Make Housework Easy. f S: if\ HETTY cnOCKER a Assorted Sizes P

} << s J J) UNIVERSAL AND IRONS u.._ g
f I
I IOld
} << 10.95 & 12.50 iNNERSPRiNfj. ; Is.pppp

Dealers In Norge Crosley i Many Other Makes p
a--ee "',,- .1.." ., MATTRESSES

4I 4 Maytag and Universal Appliances << r qhl \WAGONS 49.50 G

I Estimates on Electrical Wiring Cheerfully I 1 MMIPrlnn On A Mealy Iton
1S Uhn MlowplnR A (' ''' I" S
Made FREE of CHARGE But only on jobs DOLLS : :
be used and
) to
I where the best materials are I 1S r'
\ wiring is to be done according to Fire Insurance Doll Carriages INLAY j
9 Underwriters' specifications. We Baby Rockers

use licensed, experienced electriciansONLY. I Here is the gift with a thrill J" Baby, III Chairs LINOLEUM:
} the gift that never ceases to be I u : II ..G
I thrilling! It's the motor he would likely
DENMARK "The Home of Beautiful Furniture"SHOP
J choose above all others-the motor with _f ,
WE MAINTAIN A COMPLETE f 38-year reputation for quality features, faithful -
performance utmost starting ease. ;J i YOU '
SERVICE DEPARTMENT For years the demand for Evinrudes has? II' n rr
" G far exceeded the supply. We now have al Q
limited number for Christmas gift selection.cull


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daughter, Jeanette, to Carl T. elected vice-president and Mrs. speedy recovery, fly, formerly of Jacksonville, are cause of a tight squeeze- on the water heaters.iK
j Motes, all of Palatka. A. 13. Edwards treasurer. AU Roy Green and daughters, residing: at present' with Mr. power supply is /the failure of 4. Turn off outside
Brooker ladles are asked to attend our Mary Jo and :Jackie, were shop- Browning's uncle. R. H. Green, manufacturers to deliver generating use only essential IJg
The wedding will be an event The equipment on promised schedules meld
meetings ping In Gainesville Saturday. Jr., and family. Browning and electrical
of Sunday, December 2, at threeo'clock I appliances ,
the Lex Green officials of the
Ity Mrs Paul Stewart The WMU met Wednesday, Miss Lubedia Pin holster was recently purchased companysaid.
In the afternoon In the Overloading ie.KhborJ.
shopping in Gainesville Thursday. farm at New River, and will move This delay has held up production -
Lemon Heights Baptist Churchof December 3, at the Baptist Churchfor cults may damage hT3
Miss Charlene Hardy of Stark there soon.Power. with the new 18.000 KW .
IllKTII ANNOUNCEMENTMr. Palatka. No formal Invitations their regular business and several days with her aunt, unit at Sanford, and the new 44- equipment and further CJ
of Week of Prayer program, with spent the bad situation
Issued but friends ,
am 000 KW addition at Miami.A the 7j
and Mrs. DeWItt Padgett Mrs. Eldon Hardy.
the couple arc Invited to attend. 11 members and 2 visitors present Users UrgedTo president pointed outTIDE
Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Hardin of letter from McGregor Smith
announce the arrival of a daughter The subject was "Pressing iiij.
Susan Rose on November 24 Miss McCauley attended School Toward the Mark," and the pro- Jacksonville were visiting here CooperateWith president of the company to all
in the Alachua County Hospital.Mrs. Brooker Junior High gram was directed by Miss Lube- Sunday night. Conservation district managers this week pointed
Padgett was Miss Rosa Lee and at Starke. I dla Plnholster In the absence of Mrs. Carrie Ingram of Starke out the following ways In
Allen. The Home Demonstration Meet- Mrs. Beulah Harrell. was visiting Mrs. Annie Lewis Despite! efforts to push its $85- which employes and customers 'a' .
Ing was held Tuesday December: Those taking part on the pro- Sunday. 000,000 construction program the can help:
McGAULKYMOTKHKNGAGKMKNT: 2, with Miss Madge Whigham, gram were: Mrs. C. A. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer anti Florida Power & Light Co., Is 1. Don't usa electric house heaters -
ANNOUNCED children of Starke were visiting sounding a note of warning thata
Home Demonstration Agent present Mrs. Eugene Crosby, Mrs. R. F .
O. E. McCauley The next meeting will be here Sunday.Mrs. serious power shortage may develop -
The Rev. and Mrs. Gano Mrs. Lottie Edwards Mrs
Don't to heat homes
2. with
of Alma, Ga.
A. M. Davis
held 6 at the during cold spells If resi-I
announce the engagementand January Community Pit Baxter, Mrs. Wilson\ Green
approaching marriage of their Center. Mrs. R. K. Hazen wan Mrs. Paul Stewart, Mrs. J. W and J. M. Tillman and family of.. dents attempt to heat their homes stove burners or oven. i I

_, --'.W ___ ---., .., _" .... I _._ ...._41 / Markay, Miss Lubedla Plnholster Mrs.Jacksonville Trubv were Hoclee visiting and Mr.Mr. and and I. with electricity. The principal 3. Disconnect refrigerators and
and Mrs. Grace Barry. Mrs. E. C.:Dukes Thursday. /)0) __ -110 ... ....... ... .. ------- -
The next meeting will be heldat A revival Is being held at the -- - -- -- -- -- -- -- -I-J:
the Baptist Church, January 7, Evangelist C.
Church of God by Jane Parkers
at 3 p. m. All members are ask- T. Anderson. Everyone is invited Fruit
ed to be present as thla Is a to attend. LUSCIOUS ; Cake

business meeting. Radford H. Browning and fam- q 1 ,
The Sunbeam Band met at the
church December 3 with their = 3 lb. 2.25 51b.-3.65
1 teacher, Mrs Lloyd Barry.A .
surprise birthday dinner was FOR A -'
,given: Sunday, November 30in -- -----
.A honor of Mrs. Neta Dyal, at the
lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. L. XMAS
A. DyaJ. A large crowd of friends
/j---- and relatives were present to enjoy .
the occasion.Mr. GIFT _
and Mrs. Charles Hardy j jjkjE "
and children of Starke were WE SUGGESTA -\
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy
41 6 Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts yANN e
when you discover .
tho weekend
spent visiting
Give your clothes that friends and relatives here. Bendix f -

sparkling, freah-from- Mr. and Mrs. O .O. Lewis and PAGE
the-suit box look that daughter of Tallahassee spent
4 i gives you real confidence Sunday with Mrs. Annie Lewis. Radio FOODSTop
in your own ap- Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart ,
. i perance. Use our expert were visiting Mr. Stewart's sister 19.95 UP r
{. ,
cleaning which Mrs. E. T. Parrish, Sunday In quality il money-saving price
m romuination hard lo find these days tao
restores and freshens Lake Butler. .? If. good fortune sure enough\ ,
i textures. It will assure Mrs. Grady Baxter of Baldwin lo discover Ann Page Foods. T....... j
' that dressed-up spent Sunday with her mother, fine food are especially made lo Ail1.
I Mrs. Annie Lewis. high standards and sold only al A&P,
I feeling. Call us today. with unneremarjr in-between marketing
'I Mr. and Mrs. Edd Lewis and expenses eliminated. Try theml!
Mrs. Annie Lewis attended
churchat SHEPHERD
PHONE 135 t'
New Hope Saturday. :S.PAGE .
ROBT. fJIJ1".J.l Temple Friends of J. W. Atkinson will 1 I, oz.
t 71e1 d be glad to hear he is'home after Radio ServiceAt
GREEN, feDJ 315 several weeks in the Alachua ANN Ketchup 23 ANti PAd
.. -4 .
Owner !.. .: County Hospital.We
are sorry to report that L. Gay's Service Station 16 oz. Jar Salad DresJar
\V Sowclls Lt still very sick at ANN t6 5c
Y this writing. We all wish him a Mayonnaise 45c Tartemoo h
_. P A GE v
""' ----- -
16 oz Jar

I I'ANN. GE Peanut Butter 37c .rndck :'1p pAQF .

-- Just beai ode.f 3 lJ'JS :
12 oz. c.... .

{We Now Have Red& Amber =" Baking Powder }13c 25 .

GIFTSFOR I -- -- ;.
A Nice Selection CELLOPHANEGummed ---1 qt ANreserve9

+ of Seals ANN nare fA';. 1 tuZ'C &!'
Cider 19"\ ;
PAGE I Vinegar o'g.i dneaat:

l i F CANDY EVERYONE 1 gibbon f.

FOR THE HOLIDAYS Red BellsEnclosure
AT 9<\
SELECTION KOCH'S And Many Other Items d e x o



From Far and Near We Have Assembled An Amazing Array of Lovely Gifts ARMOUR ORANGES White POTATOES

Useful, Every One. Here Are A Few Suggestions Many Others In Stock 8 lb. bag 29c 10 Ibs. 43c

-- -- Beef Tripe
- -

;1' Dresser Sets 6J Jr FOR YOUNG & OLDDrawing 10 lb. bag 33c 3 Ibs. 27c

rGi Delicious APPLES Green CABBAGE
; Lovely s* 5 ; Story BooksColoring ii Juice

2 Ibs. .
SS Creations Books 31c 2 for 17c
Nothing Is More Sure To Please .
' j In Lucite Cut-Out Books 18 oz. 1 lOc

That Will Than Perfume. We Have The Bibles D'Anjou PEARS. CRANBERRIES

Finest Selection Ever Offered SULTANARed
Delight Testaments 2 lb
s. 29c ..
Any Girl In Starke. And Many Others Beans
c CELERY 39c

TOILET SETS lb. lOc Pound

From $3 to $20 --- --- ... -- .. can 2 for 27c
------- -----
... J J
Sets 3 Ibs. 1.15 _
Evening In Paris ?! MILK
IIudnut'i ". "rc::..J Bath's Boneless
IUs.Richard ,:rteTo A Peanut Rolls I lb. 69c 3 for 35c _'
{L Seaforth Roger and Gallet &fl: <*> OCEAN SPRAY

3.00 Center Cut Chuck CRANBERRY SAUCE.C
I/Orta Lucian Lelong Roast lb. 41 C

Orloff mill Toys, Wagons, Dolls NIBLET CORN
Lelong -- Games of AH Description VEAL CHOPS Brisket BEEF 12 oz. Can 18c
Sports Club LARGEST SELECTION OPCHRISTMAS r And Hundreds of Other Gift 62c lb. I I 33c lb.
: CARDS- IN TOWN Items Too Numerous To A & P SPINACH

Mention T-Bone STEAK, lb. 59c 27 oz. Can 18c
-- --
Meaty SPARE RIBS, lb. 149c 29 oz. Can 15c


WHITE BACON, 59c In Chill Gravy, 2 for 2c--1




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i'I'ij'"J'i'' '!"

I 12, 191

.' Evangelist dynamic. The choir will -
Coming render Y .
r'I Christian Church Adklns, Is now out and about were visiting In rooller, Sunday,
special Christmas
lurch Newslark's To Hampton Church : Rev. 1. 1'(. Dixon Hampton again after a tonsilectomy performed We are all sorry to hoar that
Idh evening service will be In on Thanksgiving Day. Al Griffith of this section la veryill
charge of the Sunday School 10
Voting People's a. m. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon Jr.. \ In St. Vincent' Hospital Jack-
Episcopal t Choir which will bring a special Morning Worship- 11 a. m. By :Mrs M. Suwney! were shopping In Gainesville last "nnvUllV8 wish him a speedy
program of Christmas Evening Service--7:30: m.
music, In- p.
0rt ( Saturday.A recovery.
C i s4 cluding such numbers as "Praise Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mrs J. 1 K Norman and granddaughter -
LI N number of Hamptonltes at-
I : Morning. Church School and Artoiation", "Good Tidings". 7:30: ( p. m. nmTIlSSOrNCJUNT:: tended the Christmas Festival In Jo Ann, spent the weekend -
11 a. mService "Christ Is Born In Bethelehem", i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng announce Gainesville Tuesday.Graham. with her daughter, Mr.
a etc. The choir has worked hard IK.MKTKKVORKlNt:: ) ,' the arrival of a son. Carlton on Maude Proctor of Gainesville

111. and Bible Class and It will be their first appear- 1 i R. H. Green, Jr., announces that Edward, on Thursday December Y . . Y Y Mr. and Mrs' Woodrow Thomasand

a.I ance In a full evening program : a cemetery working will be : 4. at the Alachua County children, of Brooker were

,. 8. W Creaaey, Minister. .tlw I Encourage them by being present. I at the New River Baptist held I I Hospital, Gainesville. Mrs Meng visiting Mr and Mr. Emery
'I' Everyone Is invited to come. i niext WednesdayJ; December 118 the former Ruth Mourn, duugh- Lewis Sunday
HOLINESS ter of Mr. and Mis. Walter 11. Ily :Mnt.. John McKinney I
T.tL The regular choir will give a' Dinner will be served on the Mrs Margie Underhill\ and
\Mooch of Toledo Ohio. Mrs .
Cllt RCII Cantata on Sunday evening, Dec. grounds. and all persons Interested ,grandson, Wavno, were visitingher
Ave. 21, at 7:30: o'clock. I In the cemetery are urged to 1 Slouch arrival from Ohio last Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Reynolds: non and daughter-in-law. Mr.
jib I, gt. and Temple! The Young People will meet come and assist In the good week to visit her aon-ln-law and of Jacksonville spent Sunday with and Mrs. Jack Underbill, Sunday.

School 9-45: : a. m.;. Morn), Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock. work daughter.The her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Little Carolyn Jones and Julius
',hlp 11 a. m.; Evangellai Abernathy.Mr. Edward Jones are on the aide
I Week of Prayer Pro.
7:30: p. m. Everyone list this week. We wish them atlp..ty
i and Mrs. D. D. Johnson
Baptist Church"Learn I gram was presented last Friday,
< when Mrs. T. J. Alderman entertained and children spent Saturday and recovoiy.
_e.ReV.. David Curlee, Pastor. a Lesson from the I State FarmBy at her home with a Sunday with relatives In Live Herbert Norman and mother,
,.!it: \Mrs. Edward: Norman, were visit
World", Jesus Instructed His Mrs.'' Bryan \\'hltfleldniRTHDAY covered dish luncheon. Prayerand Oak.Mr.
1, so meditations continued and Mrs. John Willis and ing Mr and Mrs. S. N. Hess at

; //OST.WAR"FASTER ACTlKG" disciples, and the Pastor, Rev., I . In the afternoon, were and harmonious children of Nichols spent the Hampton Lake Sunday.

Lewis D. Haines, of the First fellowship was enjoyed weekend 1 here with \\Ir.11\<1 Mrs.
COLD'TABLETS Evangelist Charles E. Boren, Baptist Church of Starke, selects PARTY the guests Albert Willis. .
66 presented by the Fuller Evangelistic his Frances Caldwell celebrated her Weekly Cottage Prayer MeetIngs Earl Starling spent Sunday In
sermon topic from this chal-
Foundation of Pasadena, birthday anniversary with a beau- Gainesville with his mother. Mrs.
are being held each Friday
lenging thought In the second of wood
lIoacJon-.....P......s"Mku4.s Calif., will conduct a series of the tiful Christmas party at the home night until the Revival Services, Kate Starling.Mr. .
series December Decisions
'. ....=::;itIo.... c ![!'P.I!!! meetings at the Hampton Christian from, the Discourses of Jesus. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. G. sponsored by the Hampton Youth and Mr'*. John McKlnney
afternoon. In ,
Church each evening at 7:30: Caldwell Friday for Christ Movement, Is opened were visiting \Mr. and Mrs.' TV
Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clockthe the living room a decorative effect Noean.rsrs 1 Nowt
o'clock, starting December 28. on Sunday, December 28, at the Roberta Sunday.W. .
AUTOMOBILEB.IBILiTY the Pastor's message will be "Fel of marked elegance was captured 'First Christian Church Charles C. Burton has been calledto
; Sponsored by Hampton
lowship with God and Who Can In a mantel arrangement of 1 the bedside of his ---:- ---:.. _:=:- :;...::.:::..- -':---'
INSURANCE Youth for Christ, the meeting will E. Boren, Evangelist, will be
Have It". The Happy Hour Is tall red amid delicate
who is ill in the Chattahnochea -
continue until January 11. presented by the Old-Fashloned very
gh not compulsory It l.. proving to be the popular hour for greenery. Specimen red and yellow Revival Hour (Radio Feature) and hospital. PURE OILPRODUCTS

safer to carry Liability singing the hymns and choruses chrysanthemums also addedto many of the young folk are taking Mr. and Mrs. Frank lines and
nce. I represent only old Methodist Church"The requested by the congregation and the beauty of this room. The part In the preparations for children of Mlcanopy were visiting/
Mluble stock companies. led by Mrs. Morse at the piano adjoining room was the children's the coming event. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling Sun SI'ARK PLUG CLEANING
kuslnetw will be apprecl129 Light of the World" will and Mrs. Mann at the console of wonderland. Party napkins unusual BATTERY CHARGING
be the topic for the sermon for the Hammond. favors and colored candy The Rev. doer of day.Mrs.
Starke, was Rosalie Rader and children TInt! Si TrilK: RHFAIR I
W. Call Street Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in Sunday School meets at 9:43: : cups gave a festive air to the guest speaker at the Baptist and her brother, Pete Rader,

nlu Bradford Co. Telegraph! the First Methodist Church, as with Training Unions gatheringat I long table with Its white linen Church last Sunday morning and spent Saturday night and SundayIn O I
announced the the Rev.
by pastor cloth. The was the .
6.15.: : Mld-Weck Service Is held centerpiece evening.The Live Oak.
Phone 154.S. "V. J. Churchwell. The sermon each Wednesday at 7:30.: traditional, cake, decorated In 3-H Club Is temporarily John McKinney Is grinding cane We Also Do

D. Wainwright, Jr. will be based upon the scripture, A cordial invitation is extendedto Christmas colors and holding 10 I I liMing tho upstairs apartmentover thin week. lie will bi grindinga AUTO REPAIRS t tTENLY'S

John 8:12.: Light Is positive? and all to this church. "Visit the tiny candles. Santa Claus candles the town Jail, until better week If not longer

church with the visiting pastor" and tall green ones were placed at I(I quarters can be provided for theirweekly Mra. Lizzie Hines returned here I
balancing Intervals along the ,, Monday night meetings.Mrs. Sunday to spend a while with her 1
The Old-Fashioned Revival Hour Sunday table while red and green streamers Florrie Belle Brown is: now 'daughter, Mrs. Alice Starling.She I II PURE OIL :

PRESENTS ChurchJohn further emphasizing the recuperating at her home hero, I has been at High Springs I
Presbyterian Christmas motif, hung from the after a week's lllnesx In Shady with her daughter, Mrs Delia Service Station i

EVANGELIST Warren Kaufman Minister chandelier. Against the windows crest Hospital, Staike. Onteen. Temple Avenue Phone 100

r' CHARLES E. BOREN Morning Worship, 11.00: A. M. there was a Christmas tree with Hampton Teachers attended the
I fascinating bubble lights. In the e Y Y Y Y Y Y Y _
of makes Bradford County Teachers Association -
The Redeemer men : E'C =:- : : -
SPONSORED BY TIIK table held gaily
room a
known His Mission in the Themeof dining I at the USO Building In

Hampton Youth For Christ the sermon. Special music by wrapped packages gifts and created the, opening excitementfor ofthese Starko last Friday afternoon. Rising Need a : I
Recent visitors to Cedar
Ladles' Choir I Keys
the Young
fly Mrs Edward: Norman
and her thirty
the honoree I 'Mr and Mrs. J. G. Ad- knife
were: ?
Hampton Christian Church member Sunday Is School urged at to 9:45.: attend Every In young guests. Refreshments and cookies.consisted kins and guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. . . A new I i

: of Ice cream L. Kell of New River Mr. and Norman of Jacknonvllle
11 $ Robert Want aGOOD I
7:301'. M. Dec. 28 to Jan. order to prepare for the Program Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell were assisted
Mrs. M. Watterson and Mr. spent the weekend here and In
to be rendered on Monday even in hospitalities by Mrs. J. B. fcn/fo/ I Ii
and Mrs Nolan Turknette. They Gainesville M ,
ing, December 22, at seven o' June and
Caldwell and by Misses
report the oysters profuse and de Mrs. Ruthle Morris and Don,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE clock. Peggy Caldwell.Mrs. licious. Hayward, and Mrs. Nancy Greenof

--- Westminster Fellowship invitesall G. E. Crews, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. E. C. RIef, guestsof Lake City have moved to this
to attend at 0:30.:
"In The Heart of Town And In The Hearts) young people Crews and Carolyn Crews were the B. L. Hlnnoni spent several section
Marian McRae has the programand Edward Norman and,
days last week In Tampa.Mr. Mrs. non
of The People" Margaret Ruse Duncan will In Lake City Saturday. and Mra. Marvin Kllund and Mrs. Jeanette Jones and sons 'LL
Mr and Mrs. M. D. Young andMrs.
be hosteus.
----- and young son Terry, of Starke,
A Covered Dish Supper will be T. T. Flllyaw were dinner spent Sunday as guests of his i !
A Southern Baptist Church For All People of Mr. and Mrs. W. b:. Fill- Beware Coughs "' '
; served in the Sunday, School Roomat guests parents Mr. and Mrs. L, D. Kl- ....
-' --.- nix o'clock, Wednesday, December -, yaw In Lake Butler Sunday.J. the famous

Sunday Sch'ooa 9:45 Training Union 6:13: 17, preceding the Prayer M. Bradley visited Mr. and land.Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Home and 'from common colds UMIUUS KNIVES U I II

Morning; Worship Evening: Happy Hour Meeting. Come and enjoy the Mis. O. L. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. : family were recent dinner guests That On
In Orlando Hang
Leslie Bradley
11:00 7:30 fellowship. weekend. of the C. G. Barksdales In Starke. I- S
Service 7:30p. Mr. and, Mrs. Gerald Adklna because
Prayer and Praise : Creomulslon relieves promptly -
---- Mr W. O. String
m.At. Mr. and visited In Lake Dueler Sunday. it goes right to the seat of the I II C Famous for' quilhy.
Haines luncheon guests of Mr. and
D. loosen
Hear The Pastor Rev. were Little Joyce Beale, niece of the trouble to help expel
Pimoui for value.
PH( EMBER DISCUSSIONS FROM: DISCOURSES OF JESUS and Mrs. George Manaswa inl I germ ladea phlegm, and aid natureto
-- -- -- -
and heal tender In. A wide ..
The Tabernacle Jacksonville Tuesday Kingsley Lake were dinner guests soothe raw ,1'17., M..4t

11:00: A. M. "Learn A Lesson From The World" Mrs. J. H. Verner returned to I of Mr and Mrs. H. M. Rlchardu named branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous, to sell memo youa *case t/"l./

With God" The services at the Tabernacle her home In Jacksonville Monday I at noon Sunday.Mr. bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding -
7:30: P. M. "Fellowship have been much enhanced by the I must like the way It
you Sistrunk
been with Mr. and and Mrs. W N. North and
______ __ __ _,_u continued of Mr. and after having I quickly allays the cough or you are
Pastor"WHY presence- Mrs. J. M. Bradley and family their Bon, Billy, returned Sunday to have your money back.CREOMULSION:. Feed & Seed Store
"Visit The Church With The VMtlng Mrs. O.V.. Silberer, who con since Saturday. from Stockton, Ga., where they

tribute their soul stliring, testimonies I Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville had, spent several days with Mr.
and experiences to each spent the past weekend I and Mrs. J. M. North for Coughs,Cheat Colds,Bronchitis Starke, Fla.
meeting. The special feature of .
Mr. and Mrs.R.
with her parents
NOT ENJOY THE BEST? the Youth Meeting Saturday night W. Urannen.

was a spelling bee for Biblical their visitors, Mrs. Annie

words.against the The boys girls and were when pitted the Parma Honoring Parma of and Hartford Mr. and, Conn.Mrs., Phil Mr. HERE IT IS!

SUPERIOI BOTTUO OAS SEIVICE. small smoke boy cleared was left away observed standing.one Sunday very and a Mm.spaghetti L. D. Dobbs supper entertainedat at their

Communion was home Sunday. Guests included

COOKING HEATING REFRIGhl; ,. riON morning and the message was Mrs. Mary Dobbs of Raiford and
delivered by Rev Gordon L. and children
Mrs. Edna: Cason ,
FOR SERVICE: : CALLE. Purdy, who used as the basis Of of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart and THAT CONTESTYOU'VE .
his talk the "Three Cheers children and Mr. and 1'011'8. Ira I
T. SHULL PLUMBING & HEATING Jesus", Special music was rendered Starling, of Jacksonville.

LOCAL AGENT PHONE lit by Mr*. and Mrs. Silberer In Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells and

a duet, and a trio composed by Miss Mary Wells of Jacksonville

CENTRAL FLORID\ GAS APPLIANCE CO. Mensers Martin Gomes and Purdy were visitors of Mr. and Mr. J.. ALL BEEN WAITING FOR
with Mrs. Purdy at the piano.
FLA. C. Wallace last weekend.
PHONE :8733: -
Rev. George F. Tlbbitts, affectionately Mr and Mrs. P. D. Fancher

known as "Pop" to the spent the post weekend with
Tabernacle group, delivered the friends In Perry.Sympathy THE PRIZEA
evening message and again the Is extended to Mr. I

& Son music was a special treat. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward In the
B. Alvarez Practice has begun for the I death of Mrs. Woodward' father, Very Fine Ladies or Gents WATCHOn
Christmas: Program and all children !-I T. A. White of Mesa, Arizona. Mr.
of the Tabernacle are urged)! White became seriously ill immediately

Co. to be present on "'ednesdayafter-' after coming to visit Display In Our Window
Transfer & Storage noons after school If they desire Mr. and Mr. Woodward about a

to participate. I' week prior to his death which occurred -

9105 Monday morning. Interment ,
Moving and was In Bay Mlnette Ala.
Mr. and, Mrs. J. H. Ritch of CONTEST RULES

Slprag. We Operate Local and Long Dis- : curumb ...h" M. S.lti

tance Anywhere In The State of 1. LOOK at the bowl full of beans.
... "W
Florida. 2. GUESS; the number of beans.

Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits 3. COME IN and register your name and gUe H.

t tIf
r 4. BUY $1 Prize Package. Values up to $10.


THROOM RATE Keep Your Homer

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1. It a PERSONALITY/model of convenience and 'le 1 have reliable automobile Shop In Starke -- Stores Open All Day Thursday

kwuty., Are you proud to show It ?' insurance. A serious accf-

to I Roasts you can achieve both / dent may result in the loss

tMyo" aim* at a very moderate cost! f1 f r.r. MID W Harley F. Strong
by hating us modernize it with I ,.. of your home.Charley .

qua lity appointment-.. Then .b t.., II Santa Own! I MW : E. Johns I
uonmie hash hiM jest &1&. site
One To Three Years To Pay ion. UV milk ..... Agency j GIFT IIEADQUAI.TERSSTARKE'S LEADING JEWELER


-STAJUU DIY ClIANEM 137 West Call Street For Your Convenience Our st r. Will Be I'hone 153

Heating tj' Open Fju-h Night CntU 8.04: I*. 31. Until

Shull Plumbing & AND LAUNDRY IJ ... ... I I'" ChrlntnuM

I Phone 14. ioNiu cm 11IUD1I'i 1. ,, *THe TNAVCLCM.: H.rtfor4 I
Temple Ar STARKE. I I .
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4 slices bacon diced 1 11 4-mriiT roinr. IIIIA."I"Olin. at Siarke, Florida this December I with harnems."lty, and that I will
"CIIRI!tTMAS SONNET"December : garlne of Htarka IC Pert 'Plily t
Train-Auto Wreck f'OI %'TV, Pl.Oltllltl 11.\1-- 4. 1047. Carl Johns, City Clerk.No'rME : : ,;! yman Cuonli'
tablespoon parsley minced 2"on C'KM Y. (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas, It By ;, I' J
Is a month for dreams Paul l.Tuckner. Plaintiff v*). Helen, A* Clerk of said Court tic. In the Cuunl Flurldy,
Injures Child Ions cut fine, and 1 cup scalded Hruckner IJpfendant. Cane No. Bv Lucille. C. Conner, D. C. OF 'I''IJI1'1TIO'l TO MIKE: 'I Stark... Florid... 0 ) '.umon
A month wa all enjoy. l'haM. R HesS, 204-05 Realty 11111...,. APPi.irvnoN. :! F'''','I. i>iw. January 11410 oylof
Mrs. L. G. Teuton and her The good crisp air and bright milk.Cut OllilOnOEIl OP PI'BMCATION Inv, Jack.",,vII h., Fiorlila. 1 (It"IK;1-3 .\,\MWIMIHTHATOII.. th. name Ch'a d 4Mtll .
rabbit In pieces and soak ANI NOTI('!:: TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. 12-JS 4t 1-S TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: charrre a. Milch .
young daughter Betty Jean, of sunbeams STAT OF KMKII1A. to: HelenBruckner. -" i I Notice !I. hereby given that I This 29th day .dmlnl.
were shaken when the To enliven hearts and stir our for two hours In vinegar and whose residence IM* 6211Orchard j have filed my final/report an administrator of Nnye.
Lawtey, up Avenue Parma, Ohio. I cti.i. FOIL AIDS of the entitle of BlanrlieO Administrator, .Afil, 11 I
vehicle In which they were riding Joy.December. water. Remove; drain and roll In You are required' to appear on Sealed bill will be received bv Herlnnff, decea edj i that I have O. Herlong. duoeawetltn, o
struck the Waldo local train seasoned flour. Melt fat In hot January 12. 194H. In the above named the City Council of the City of lied my petition (or final discharge, 12-11 4t 12.211 .
and yet we know, Court and (ante, wherein |>laln- Starke at the City Office In Wnrke, ,
Monday at the crossing just northof The same ol' spirit we'll em- sklllpt and brown rabbit piece" tiff seeks divorce' Bradford <'"..n. Florida until BOO: p. m.. K S T. onTuemlav 'I ...-.- __r-.w.rs ',.. _"0. "mvsawcyas: ---.,
the Starke depot. Betty Jean !v Telegraph shall publlnh thin the 6th day of January
ploy. Add milk to skillet or rabbit I Order In next four weekly. IXBUBM. 1947. at which time and place all
was treated for minor Injuries. 1 Witness my hand and nfflclal bid received will he publicly opened .
will make the show
The train was switching near Pretty things nieces may 1'" nlnced In a casse Neal at Mlarke, Florida< thin I>e- and read .aloud on the following -
And friends will come, oh boy! role. Cover tightly and bake In a .mhul' 11, 1SI47 equipment,
station at the time of the accident -
the (OPFICtAf SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 1 rawler-Typ Tractor to I"
which slightly damaged the Wind swept skies and falling low" oven 300 tourer's: Fahrenheit A* Clerk of said Court gasoline engine equipped with Combination
By Lucille (,'. Conner 1>. C. .Dlntlllnte niirnlnv Attachment
too of the stove
Cl'r snow, 1 or on one Robert II Duncan, 204 Lynch BuildI approximate H. P, 42 ondrawbar
And aging hearts will yearn hour or until tender Serve with I log. Jackfennvlllu, FlorlilH.Atty approximate weight to bn
a a rice or baked potatoes. fur Pit. J2-12 4t 1-2 11000 IbH.i: In be equipped with
again;\ radiator guard crankcase guard,

Law For things seen oft in dreams, I iv cum'IT ri>i 117'. nn ioni> battery elnc'rlo, starling with one attachment AnirledoRermounted with
tey trow. TKUN SCHEDULE (.'01 '*j"FLOIII"t I'll lltM- thereon to be hydruulldcontrolled
( Schedule changes/ effective Dec f KKV.Prank from hvdraulln, pump on

Ry L. II. Kutch And with the folk we hold so 12, are announced by the Seaboard Plxxollo Plxxollo, Defendant, Plnlntlff. v Cane*. Angelina No.- approximately front end of tractor 10 ft. ; All blade prices length to

.I dear, 'aa follows]\ : silo be fob. Htarke, Florida.
\ ORDER OF TTHLJOATrONA.VH : The Maid City reserves the right
Will come the same ogrl'et.
L II. Futch attended the dedication -I SouthboundNo. NOTirM TO APPttAK to accept or relent any or all bldx.Pity .
STATE' OP Pr.ORinA to: Angelina -
of Starke, Florida
of the Everglades National "HAPPY CHRISTMAS and a 1 due !Starko 11:30 n. m. rMxollo, whose residence la: Bv Carl Johns, City Clerk.
1',..-1c Inut Saturday.Mr f Unknown.You 12.12 2t 12-1
glad NEW YEAR! No. 7 dim Starke 9'28: a. m. are required to appear on
and Mr. Robert L. Rosier Teets. No. 9 due Starke 10:52 p. m. .Fanunrv 12 194H In the above. named .
moved to Jacksonville last week. -Stephen Couit and roux>, wherein plaintiff NOIICH OtN \l.K

Mr Rosier Mill\ operates the hardware Northbound Tcli-B-riiph seeks' divorce shall puhllah, Bradford this County OrderIn ed The bv the following C"lty; of animals Hcnrke ImtiiMinil-will be I q..:. A "New Look"

F store here I Hints To HousewivesGAME No. 2 due Starke 5:11: a. m. next four weekly iHiuie sold ft the City Pound on Wednesday J
Witness my hand and official nee IS. at 2-00: p m. unI"KK. t,.. FOR THE
No. 8 due Starke 6:27 ni.No .
A. K. Massey: moved his family : p. > Heal nt Htarke. Florida this P<>- redeemed by the owners before Ihnti
week from Summerfleld. COOKERY NOTES ( 10 due Starke 5:53: a. m. "emher 11. 1H47.OFFICIAL time: Holiday Season.JH.len.
I' jiorp last By Isabelle S. Thursby ( KCAL) A. J. Thomas, 1 red cow marked oral spilt In.
ire H the Seaboard agent here. Starke A Wannre Branch A*' Clerk 4>f stud Court one ear nn mark In other. Owner )
entered Extension Food Specialist fly T.llcllle C Cininer, O {'. may claim upon pavment of pound I I
I The four Massey boy No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. .I. C. IMirrnnce, Law Kx<'hlinwe IlldB.. fee and advertising conln' I,
school Monday. Fresh from the field dressed No. 102 arrives Starke 2 p. m. iKckHnnvlllu. Florida, 2 female doRK: 1 hrlndle and 1'' Curtis Cold \Uav.b
Ally for Plf. 12-12 4t 1-2 white and Mack Hliotted |
e awtPV school children had a with care and cleanliness rabbits Dully except Sunday. i 3 male doge 1 ivhlte and brownpottert ; GIVES YO.U NEW HAW BF:.\tTY:

half holiday last Friday while the and squirrels make delicious eating iv COI f'IIU'II'r%TV. ....1.Ofll.1'1 f'Ol II.T. tiivonn fill\. and I black lonn-hnlrcd i ALSO

teachers attended a meeting In and taste much like poultry. stewedthe fllnilv" O"rfriiile' HHKRII. Plnlntlff.VH. I Ii ;- Budget Plan Cold Waves $6
Starke. broiled roasted or
k' Mm. 14. E. Miner returned to .
t Virgil llttiren. l cfendiint CIIHCVo. t Machine Waves
i j Mrs. II. P. Gainey of Brookor same way as chicken they her home In New Smvrna Hattir- 8171 w.e.T.V. up

j, Did Miss 1':1IzIDukeR of Dukes, can readily pass for chicken. The I' lay following an extended visit ORHI5R AVI': NOTICE f>P rM'BLlrMTTOV TO APPEAR:" i Starke Beauty

Spent last weekend as guests of beat way to learn how to skin here with her sister and mother, STATE OP 1'l.nHln.tit: J, Vlrirllluiren I Shoppe
,' L. II. Futch. and dress a squirrel or rabbit Is vho".. residence. In: 404 Rye LINME FOOQ
Mrs. Mrs. J. [I. Fields and Mrs. Laura Street TtrunHWlck fleorirla. i TIIKRE IS NO SUCH TIIINO RIcCULLEY
Miss Mile Gallegar' who Is connected to watch a skilled hunter at work.naUII. I. Powell You are reinilred' to appear on i PHONE 96
h 1" with the Children's Bible *. it 1 i8 true are susceptible .Jnnimrv 12. 11)411 In the above natm'd : AS IJQrOR CONTROLS UQ-
! '
I Court and cliu e, wherein plain- I Oil INVARIAIILYDOES 'l FOR APPOINTMENTEAPLV <:
kl' : Mission, visited our school last to Infection. By hunting In the RULED PRACTICE PAPER. tiff "O""R" nnntllment. Bradford TilE CONTROLLING. '

While here she told the late fall, by shooting only the [Poiinty Telegraph nhnll. publish thlH'Order
'i$. Monday. !\12: for school children. 73o aream. In next four weekly InnueH.WtineMN I (Flolildil flood News).
children a Christmas story. i lively ones, and by exercising care inv, hand llnil official. peal t JA"
I Il
'and cleanliness In dressing them I .-Bradford County Tele- at. Stxike' I''Inr"h,. thin Pecemherin : ,,*"

fI I'' \ IIV-I-llVS ADOPTED I .Krnph.iv 1917OFFICiAr.ISEAT. I
of Infectionis
possible .
any danger ( ) A 1 Thomas,
The Lawtey PTA met In the greatly reduced. I A* Clerk of Hiild Court. ,
. school auditorium last Tuesday rtv TaicHlM\ l(' Connor ... O1'tHton .
Some there are" who prefer to Brown Ln\v Exchange
night. At that time the new constitution f'llIf'II'r .'inr, 1111 ti>Konii'iltiiUd., .IncV-onvllle, Florida.Atlvo. .
If soak rabbit and squirrel In a <'01 '\'rl', FI.fHtI.f.'II.'Io.- .. for Plf 12-12 4t 1-2 .
: and by-laws for the organisation t.tIt\: jA MEANSllORE
,r$4. were adopted. At the weak brine or vinegar solution to I \V 11 M.I in Francis' Mnier. plulntlff.v / ,5
reduce the "gamlness." Elsie. .Mne Miller Defendant l% f"I'"I.t'I' 'nvrr. mi tii..onn <
'\0:: close of the business meeting, I Case No 9113OlttErt "'<'?'''''1''', 'PI.01111)1/ "U \'>-
' i Mr: Smith of Starke asked the ('/(xldlyd ItabliK!! I OF pimMfATioNAM ; f'Kit v.Mnrv .

Ijiwtey group to Join the County Ingredients: rabbit, 1-2 cup r 1, NOTirK' TO APPEAR li.rhen. Ifolen o.lnli' Cnlllnn Collins Plaintiff Defendant.Cae v*.. 9 G1t FROM

Council. Refreshments of cocoa vinegar, 1-2 cup water, 1-4 cup:, STATE Miller OF, whoso FLORIDA residence to. ElsieMae and Nit 0172OHtTT .

'II 1 and sandwiches were served byl I flour, 1. teaspoon salt 1.4 teaspoon -'' address l I.: Unknown. |I r'nTlr''rn:"" OH" /TTHLIfATtONAN'O APPEAR:" :} c S USE OURBUDGET

the refreshment committee. pepper 4 tablespoons mar- You are reiiulred to appear fin I I, p-r,1F FtOPtllA to-: H-Sxt > l
January 12. 194H, In the Above nam1ed
" n. O Cnllln TSUIsni, whomrexl- ; '
CiMirt and cause, wherein. plaintiff ;: PLA
III. (l nce find address IH H-Troon lt SHOP
necks divorce. IJrndfnrd. ;} "\
rotiMiUnrv' SI, .V P.O. 401 CareP. ...
ty Telegraph shell pilbllHh COII"-// M New York N V.
Every Branch of Order. In next four weekly I You era reinilred to ni>i'car on .
Witness niv hand and ,,' ,, Jnnunrv. 9. 1141. In (he above named -
lit Slfilkn, Florldad IhlM I>.., i"oii t nfd cntiHi'. therein plaintiff
INSURANCE II, 1947. .e"'h..r// seeks rtlvorci' ',nrl rare. clltodvwnil
(OFFI(7AT. SEA(.) A. .1. control| of nilnor. child. Bradford {\ -- -- - -.
A* Clerk' of mi lit Court. (""* ,ntv Telirrni .hAil nulillnh The
v Hy Lucille C. (Conner P C. thin Order In next fwur weekly l lHU 1.- iI
T. Prank r.a nil rum, Starke Fla. I *** ELECTRICAL: APPLIANCES For The HomeI xM.\s GIFT I IJ
Att). for rif. 12-12 4t 1-3 Witness any hand and official seal L- _


PLEASE PHONE 146 All nl/.cn and tyM'| ''. FO.OU .

Constant Service Over 50 Years Skiffs, I.tllltlpH.' Run a b outs MIXERS Liun

4 and long.CrulHers.Speeds.. up 10 to to 43 4?m.p.h.feet J I tj:: IIJ... &; I !J


_________---'--_____ ____ I I i .
------- -- G. E. BlI
"'UI YOUR CAR we have .tt new
PHtLCO auto radio! Immediate FOOT OF GILMORE STREET: Shane 7-7100 I I MIX OF ALL


Court at Madlun *tret.. Btarketf. IIl l'allkp11111'1" '57 rU'I'r as GAL VN1\ERS\L.

8.'I-l1lu88 w-f gal I W hltV enamel,i I HEAT CONTROL IRONS
14110 gat! other palm at low .rloe.... I e.r- a't: )
U>4'f YOI'R PA KM. CITY AND I.UIMKIti: 1x0. 1x8. a"8. "::8. 8x

BUSINESS PROPERTY 12 Plumbing, IIU-$70 Fitting: 'Window; Vi In. Ply complete Wood;;I I CAMKIELD 2-SLICE FOIM'P AUTO TOASTERS: *

Cine Flooring. Monk Hhelven I IrixiHii for.
A. 4S.'s11 LIMRI Whit engineered .
1IO14f tSTROUT Olas block. Sand. c.menl.l!

1 tlr.J Le, l.U ALSO Block., Concrete all .1..'..; pipe Pipe;step Concrete tone.,; superb tone I I'' KITCHEN CLOCKS WAFFLE IRONS Bent d
house pier. floor; Cement; Rock. |
glR Greatest. mtvertljtev of rau- Mortar !Mix, Steel Window.; Paint AND TABLE TYPEStromlxvg I
. tr. ........cr. llaa mate evI'l' 011 and Ulook Paint; Concrete Flourcomplete '
ri. Sales of item.'arm.- Dump Truck AutoniatliiComplete
1, A.......... Ha7t r. tram all *..* the U".- Mkll-Saw; new Haullnc. (\ FOR THE BABY
World. Free aura lletln*. I.OTK FOR Nlii |300/ up $90 Zenith 1131 J C
E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY down, $90 mo. l In clay limits.OEVFHIL styled to ','il
: CovlnACrl\H I Sentinel Of Laundry, I
Represented L..ally Uy nit tiiKoitn. K'\( inNi.K.iii\' : ro. TABLE LAMPS
F. C. IIOLLINOSWOUTH J. Itlaurlr* K.ilwnril Phone Ml I rtft Gen. Elec. OF DIFFERENT TYPES __

116 So. Walnut St. enhance MotorolaSpartan DIX
INSURANCIO writ all linenriin : BEN

FOR attractive uiitumobllx, llnblllly and ft 01 I
MAI.PJ-II"'rll. >, Bruoni lire See me for Standard
W your insurance SILEX & CORT
hours, 4 acres tund In centerof
L"WI..y.-Mr... W. P. ilmlwln, W.n..d.Call N.8t.D. Phone WalnwrlKht I6< Jr., 131 i COFFEE MAKERS: Wa.b'rQ
:il II N., Pin.Cherry P. 0. 2t Pox' 12-111 51.Stiirke : I your .. 1

,1 FOR RRNT-Atlrnctlvo, clean. fur- ear -
AVON PUOIH'CTH la able to help nlHhed and unfurnlnhed alarlln..n'1 j IIOT WATER :
housewives ea rum In their npiii, 'M every cause In. .. location. homej iI HEATERS BENi1IYBe:
time. Nu experience ceNiiry.. No objection tn well behaved .
flan aunt and profItnhie w t.. Write OlHt l\lon., 374 w. 3nd !olc.. Nollman, 201 W. Madison 8t ''II
.TackMonvHle. Plu. 11pTR Starke. tfIIOL'St Wo Have DL'O-TIIERSL: Washer

.VCTOR FOR 14.\'.101 Model MPnriuall \:' C o AT1ONS Q TableCombinations AUTOMATIC -
A-l condition, good lire*. available on Klniolev Lake. For II OIL-BUURNING TYPE
Price reasonable !May be Keen. at Information see atarka Chamber Here, i in this compact Arvio 1./ BENDIXAutomatic
my farm any week diiv Aln DHHme oc Commerce if 8
find the
for any kind of farm work masterpiece, you'll --
with tractor. 'Iu1I'm""I.--1t.' II. MORI FOR YOUR II RHEEM AUTOMATIC! |
KOII RENT-a-room best in modern radio ,
I. S-ntory house, ?
Clreen. Jr. 4 ml NK of llrooker : ; : very
Partly" furnishedwith 6 Console >Lu,ie
on New River (Road 4tp 1-2 Al"o two S-ronm nptu, close In. and phonograph reproduc

Very Walnut reasonable Inquire GOO N. tion. Tastefully designed to 1 Contour of lift-top gins .*.y iI Combination. IronerAutomatic
MATTRESSES tf cent to tone-arm and turntable Q HOT POINT AUTOMATIC
OF ALL KINDS FOR MALE AT L.AWTKY: New Zhedronm fit in any room in your home a. emtluilve Arvin ftaturei II -- ELECTRIC HOT POINT --

huiiHe, complete bath ..and superbly engineered 3 record 'records* Mn 12' :
elei-trlo Farm-Type RANGES
water heater lot TSxISO, or r..i9. IO Q
1 block from town, near churches for brilliant, ear-thrilling ''( ; a .dg..lighted .Jj ..nal. RadkMMotorola |
and. Hfhiml. Price 14000 11.000 tone and performance.Come dial; 4 5 tube plus rectifier a 11 CLARK ELECTRIC
if ii) down 0 : R year to. pay balance at choice! of walnut car auhogaay Q a AUTOMATIC HOT POINT Dryer
percent lnt"" *. Mrs Joyce I Jn-see and hear this new
Fr.a _T Futch. Lawtey Fla_(tp1 AIM model J cabinet! 4 Zenith .With 10-Year Guarantee REFRIGERATORS,
-yl I,
;t- "' FOIL BALK! : Ihl8 hutment and r
j 10x10 army tent, both In good t.11 I ,
condition._K. O. Duncan. Stnrke. BIG SETPERfORMANCE DUO-THERM
2tp It.II Farm TypeRatbrlea OILBURNINGI
REUPIIOLSTERED FRYERS In any quantity at Lat.
termuir.. First. house after aec- 11 e
AND REFINISUED and bridge, from So. Htarke,
Drop Ua A Card Highway 200 toward Oalneivllle. Gibso


Box 230 Palatka, Fla IN COMPACT SIZE .
FOR RENT Unfurnished apart. Furlah FJf"I'Zf'"
Kfll rooms, private entrance.
FOR SALE-.love wood, cheap If Walnut. lip t Upright
you set It yotiraelf. rand; ceanwood. FARM: LAND FOR Flashlight
Hartmann'. AliinuCucturliiK RENT-Suitable II TYPePortable
10. A.k for A. Hartmann Phone courthouae.for any crop._ One' ml. went of IIaat and
Ira ".
Andreu. nt.
n-., 6t IS-llt :i. II.... .
144 Hlnrke Jt 11-19 -
L ..y ..sy t.s1 .
FOR HALF. I Ford neml-traller i1
FOR !!
SALE .ulabl. GIBSONRanges
good condition; 1 Chevrolet pick- JlF.AP-\'hlt. Flare Type
up In fair condition. Cuh bar.gains.yulgley em-e table-top nil stove A burner, .k lorry Q

A Uavl. It 11-12 U with,. (hiillt-ln'0. fall oven at. .-Starke ltni.|...r nro It... d Batterk, .. :

FOR HA LIC-IluHHe.. 1 Ford 20-pa.
rl 1 Indiana 2ft-pai..."..;. '. FOR \I.F-t9all Chevrolet Coupe ,
Good l condition. Cash. tmriralna Excellent condition. new tires. Gibson
J. T. MulKley it 11.12 new ul'hol..ry.' Rest rash offer J Frostmaster FREEZERS *
will take. See Bouthorn at llthMo
FOR IIA I.E-..'.ed. oil-burnlnc clrculutlnit on Lake Ht. HEAR IT. SEE IT TODAY
heater with tank. In'' ,
goal condlllim $75. Can h.. seen I FOR RALn--rilrl1* pre-war. blcvrle. .
at Hlade Qa Co. .. icoiiit pondltlon.. nara-aln. Can see
Ill K. rail $
2t 12.12 at *I4 f:. 7th 8t tllnr..... Joann COMPANY


Coffee Hhop. 2t 12-12 WIIO WANTS a large ..I.. Dllo.

FOR-MAI.r-V ph.no.' -Manon I'.n.. BK Hamlln or writeItp up.right Th..rm,i.1:-0 only? P001 nil burning,"lltlon; heater, has here for FLA. I j, 222-224 Temple Ave Phone 166 Starker Fbc

P. (A Uux U'. Blade ilaa I.IK moderately- See I It at It !:'\. .:"' :!f C ,

e Q 'I ct Q cfraq t .

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"CHRISTMAS SONNKT": farlne, 4 slice bacon diced, 1 lV ,..."PI..r Sol H'r. """UI"OHD at fit ark.., Florida thin December, with hornem.of Starke'! and that" I will -
Wreck city K. apply
('lii "'I'V, I"IOllltJC'II"\> Prl'rY".n, t
tablespoon parsley minced 2 'on. l'FII v. 1047.OFFICIAL.EClerk A. J. ThomaH,, it By Carl John, City Clerk. Bradford County County J

Injures ChildMis. December 1st a month for dreams long, cut fine and 1 scalded Piiul"l.Tuckner pliilntlff, vs. Helen of mild Court flee 'n the Florida.
A month all cup Hrnckner, Defendant:: Case No.ORPKR nv Luolllw C. Conner, O. C. No'rlcn'OF IXTK'MTIOV, TO 'MIKE Stark., Florida. .oil
enjoy. Gill ; ('has. It HeHN, 204-05 Realty Uullilln APPI.ICATION: KOII KlVtl, ItlH1 on January 6th.a' JO .',
L O. Teston and her The good crisp air and bright, milk.Cut OF' rt'RMOATlON i >f. Jacksonville; Florida. I tMAIII'K :\* AIIMIMIH'IHATOH.TO of the Man,. 194M, tc,
Jean of sunbeams rabbit In pieces and soak AND! NOTICE'" '1'<' AI'PKAR; Ally for Plf. 12-12 4t 1-3 ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: char.0 a. Much and tllr
young daughter Betty FLORIDA Helen' I hereby given that I "mini.
BTATK OF to: I This 29th
Law ley, were shaken up when the To enliven hearts and stir our I for two hours in vinegar and Rrurknr whose reMldenc IK: 62111Onliard ..' batlf'li"dl. my final/report 1 : aa admlnlHtrator day .J' Never,

vehicle In which they were riding Joy.December. wAter. Remove; drain and roll In Aveniln. Perms fl, Ohio ] <'11,1. Fall IIIIIN of the estate of BlanchaO AdminiatratorAfi 1tK Ii I
You are required to appear% 011'' Sealed bids will he received by Herlona, deceaHed; that I have O. H..rlonll', "'In'o
struck the Waldo local train 1'Il'.oTlE'd. flour. Melt fat In hot January 12. 194*. In. the' above named the City Council of the City of filed my petition for final discharge", -.6t 17.26xse tbteea.ei
at the Just northof and yet we know. Court and raiinr. wherein plaln- Htarke at the Clv office In Htnrke. ,
Monday crossing The same ol' spirit we'll em skillet anti! brown rabbit plecfis. riff. seeks dlvIJr('... Bradford County Florida until 6-00: p. m, K8T.. on ,
the Starke depot. Betty Jean Telegraph' shall publlxh thin. Tuesday the 6th tiny. of Januuiv L !i:1ii: ::2; ;I! I. .,rrw vkw: M
ploy. Add milk to skillet' or rabbit Oril>'r next. four weekly IKKUOM. 1947, nhlch time and all 1IftI'
wan treated for minor Injuries.The "'...l.e._.., ,,__oO ..,__oO ......1.1 at _a.-place.! .; ,,! .. -- ,....
train was switching near Pretty things will make the show, n'"ps l maY Joe nloced In a 4 C

tha station at the time of the accident And friends will come oh boy I rol.. Cover tightly and bake

which slightly damaged the Wind swept skies and falling .''''Y oven 300 di./{re"' Fa .

c"r snow, hplt. or on too of the stove -

And aging hearts will hour or until tender. Serve ,
again rice or baked potatoes. "

For things seen oft In dreams, I ';' .. .'
Lawtey ,

Schedule changes effective \
fly L. II. Putch i And with the folk hold
we so 12, are announced by the Seal

.- .- a .1 dear as "follows:

L. H. Futch attendPd the dedication Will come the same or greet .

of the Everglades National ing: Southbound
"HAPPY CHRISTMAS and a No. 1 due Ktarke 10:: n.. r ;
I1"In't Saturday.Mr .
b glad NEW YEAR!I'. No. 7 dun Starke 9:28: a. I '. .unlsi't' I, '
and Mr*. Robert L. Rosier.1
Teets. No. 9 due Starke 10:52:: p.
moved to Jacksonville last week. -Stephen t

Mr. Rosier still operates the hard NorthboundNo. I

ware store here.A Hints To Housewives 2 duo Starke 5:11: a. t t :. ;e .. .
s \.
F:. Massey: moved his family No. 8 due Starkn 6-27: p. ," ;: \ I y

""rp lint week from Summerfield. GAME COOKERY NOTESBy No. 10 due Starke :3:93:: a. '

He H the Seaboard agent here. Isabelle S. Thursby ", : }'v. :< .:'F,' .
The four Massey boys entered Extension Food Specialist Starlie It \Vanni- Bran ,' >*. ".

N', 101 leaves Starke 7 a. ;;, ." ; '. ,
echo Monday. Fresh from the field dressed ,0
No. 102 arrives Starke 2 p J"/, <)"

nwtrv school children had a with care and cleanliness rabbits Dally except Sunday. a '.....:. .

half holiday last Friday while thetpllrht'rs and squirrels make delicious eat :, ,,(

attended a meeting In ing and taste much like poultry. ';

Starke. I When broiled roasted or stewed Mra I.. F:. Miner returni .' .. ':: ( ,

)Mrs. H. T. Gainey of Brooker I the some way as chicken they her home In New Smvrna ft :: ; t "

'\ f nod Mills Kllsra: Dukes of Dukes can readily pass for chicken. The lay following an extended t j I -1x., : '

11 pent last weekend as guests of best way to learn how to skin i I hero with her sister and mtMr 1 ;' ." .

;I'i Mrs. L. H. Futch. and dress a squirrel or rabbit iso *. J. H. Fields and Mrs. t ", ,' .";,

tf Miss Arlie Gallegar, who Is connected [ watch a Bkllled hunter at work. I. Powell '.' ",,' '. .. ''.. ....
W with the Children's Bible naVblti. It Is true, are susceptible rtt. do'I' ,
1 ,: ,'
'. Million, visited our school last to Infection. By hunting In the I RULED PRACTICE P.Ih12 .\) : ', ." .' ,.' : ., ..,"

ti Monday. While here she told the late fall, by shooting only the ,, I ;
for itc-lioni -
," }
( children a Christmas story, I I lively ones, and by exercising care '. ::'

} I and cleanliness In dressing: them, I ream.-Bradford C c'hudl't"n'l' ," .- .. r .
t i 1>T \ n1 -L1a'rADOPTER) I *
graph ,
mil. any danger of possible Infection : I
The Lawtey PTA met In the vC ,.j :
; ,
is greatly reduced. I *
} school auditorium last Tuesday .,, 'e4r'! '
Some there are who prefer to
night. At that time the new conrtlttitlon iv IIH.t IT sot n'i'. HIS \U' .. "! \: .
: Il and by-laws for the organization soak rabbit and squirrel In a 'OI ,r'r, FI.tlIlIt't IY C'I ..
: .\ were adopted. At the weak brine or vinegar solution to I' ( loitv.WIlllHm FrnnclH :Mrilor, T'lnrVH. ?. ,, '.4.i, :, :%. .. : "

\, '. ; close of the business meeting, reduce the "gamlness. .. Ride 1 ;Mae Miller, Dvfun I : : : .
Case No 6183 'J r'
} .
I Mr. Smith of Starke asked the (mldlP.l Rublilt! ORDER OF' PIIJlLH"ATIOrM.tl'l .\, L r, ,,
.tJ" .
' j Lawtey group to join the County Ingredients: 1 -rabbit, 1-2 cup I !: NOT1CR TO APPHAI ;t"" I ,; .

Council. Refreshments of cocoa vinegar, 1-2 cup water, 1-4 cup )Mne Miller: OF, whoH FLORIDA renldenceiaddreHH ,' tol! : ... ,"< : ," ? '

'" and sandwiches were served by I Itf flour, 1 teaspoon suit 1.4 teaspoon I.: Unknown. |r \ .&f. :: ; .
the refreshment committee. pepper 4 tablespoons mar- You are required to H|>pe" itrJ'r"IA ',. ... .. ..
frr < -
January 12, I94H, In the wt w ;r ,
above/ I' .
.:. .. ........,. ... : f' 'to' tiJ;,:!J ,r ts .' \
tiff perks divorce.-'hirndtord Ii J "' ,; :; I I/ ,IS ,
tv Tcloicraph. / shall publish ) ;
Every Branch 0'1INSURANCE Order In next tour weekly UWltneHa '
I my hand and officialat '
Ktnikn. Flurldii. .. (hi* l>vco : ,'....',
I ill, 1947. : ':/ .
'." .
Clerk of Da 111 GHy .,.,. I.;"
Lucille C. Conner; 1>. C. I } I
,, ti.
; t ,I I :
T. Frank Landrum ,
qt 9
Htarke, ." : '\ '! '> ,'\\1' .
Atty. for Pit, 12-12

H. c. WALL AGENCY ,',, ,7,: ':' .' :,,?/.t.' ';. ..

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Constant Service Over 50 Years '- ". 't,.,i ,' 'I. .r... .'. I''..{ ',. '.<, r' ,
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CLASSIFIEDUK ; ; .4 1:' .
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p- YOUR CAR w. have a new FOR : ;, 1t .'.
PHtI.ro auto rudlo! Immediate SALE OF Ot :" ". '
Installation. A. low a. $42.BO.KHICfllEltD \ ," f' '''' '.
ONH NEW -BEDnOOM!: ;j' ,
RADIO SERVICE! Just re ldenc., I J.WKSONVI4nginoered : \"t .. .
Court at Madl.un streets, Btarke completed.OV'I'M1114 "
'' Wllll-H IMlvr IS OAL.8Hm.ul '
U, | .. "i *, ,; 11I'I,
) |4 gal White enamel. i '.'
14 50 gal|I. other palnln at low price. I .. cr ,, '; ', fir; "
'.'-4T YOUR PAIt.M: CITY AND I.UMIII1RI lad tae ll x8 1x8. Sx : l' ...r. .l.. .'. r
U. tttV-$70; Window. Complete; ;J' 7r .
ilmblnir Flttlna; (4 In. Ply Wood; I Q,' '
Pine Flouring: Hook Shelve' "; 'ft'
I Iiif r
II A.r'gtallrM I Olniia rixiiiii lllock,I.IHRI Sand Whit. Cement, I|I ff, ... :f' .... J )"

1l1 ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete ., :;. f \.;.'
-L ;
i :
p STROUT : Ulnck-, ,all, alxea 1 "' "
: pipe '
KSTATHr step atone. 4I ,: ,r,,' .: ,
1 ? M G........ pdvertUer n( cnvn- house Mortar pl..re. floor; Cement; Rock ...,. '. ,,' ;. ,, .. ... .. .
Mix, .
steel Palni
Window. II : .
; ':" .\ 1" } '
try pronerly linn mud .
OUT Oil "
and Block '
ra.lMW( .. Paint; Concrete Floor' 'I \ 'b' .. .."
.. I 'I' .' fo''I' .
.m.- '. r
Acroare. complete; Dump Truck HauUn. ; ; ., ; Ii' ": \ ';
all over .... One Hkll-Suw, new }F; qt.. ", r ',"". ,.'''.''\' ". 'I l, .' ....."''.". ,Y,';." .
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World. Free 0".. 11.5105. LOT$ FOIl H\l.Kt not up, ISO 1 .,\" .', .i. ;.: It; ft,' .> ,), .'...,t .L"fOo'.If"" "'''_. '''',.\<1,10: 't, '" ':, I .
E. A, STROUT REALTY AGENCY down, flo mo. 'In i-Uv limit.. 'J r." ,n"" 'ds' ; : j styled to ...... 'oj i '. : '. :"" i" \ .: '' ,.
/iMNFKA4: ('Os fAC1'1\N I i. .1, ..:t' ;( ,:. ;' "" 1", \&
. .. : ; :: ,; 5, ,
Rrprmontml. Locally Hy n1111)PI/ltd) F'kn1O\MFItI\O: ;: ro. L. Y .. .: (..<
J. ManrlVB l,:lward .. i "\ ),, ,..''iI. '
F. C. HOLLI.VOSWOKTH I l' >.,I1;>>. ; '. :.; ', :' '..' ,
116 So. Walnut St. I enhanceyour ; r.; .
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.. :\ \I. :.;
writ .
a 11 line*: I .
FOR RAI.I'J-l\II..r., attractive, Broom ''I, life.. .., 'liability, And ,' -,.'. : } :.: ,.!,;.; '.
Hoe for i
house, 4 Hcrea land. In center n..d". me your Insurance .:/ ; ; : :
< N. D.
Wainwright Jr. -)
of Lawtey.Mm. W. F. Umlwlll, !3W. :1'I'
216 l N. Sherry' l'. U. l"nx tg, Call Bt. Phone 154 If I .ni'r .it/'; ,
HmrkH, Flu ri
at 12 tl
/ FOR RF.NT-AUr..rtly., clean fur. I ,;,. -H' .;,J"' .
AVON: PBOl>L'CTIoI In "lined and unfurnl.hwd ;
able to help' aimrtinenm. 0) '
hoimewlve. earn In their HPIII, ,very close In. Ue.lrablH. location. 1" I \ I ? 1' tsFMywt:
,1 Shun. No experience nec..nnry. N..n objection to well behaved home : ';,, :, .
t riiiHNiint and |ir fltnhle work !! .Vlr'n--Mr- and' IItr... W. H. I y t'i:
Write Him. Alarr. Nollman. 201 W. i '
374 W. Snd Hi Madison 8t. .
JackMonvllle, "'101. lip Stark.. |fnot'arvo \ .
"'"r".I1.. A.I .. ,
condition, good tlr* available on Klngnley Lake. .: .
Price ria.(inahl,. May. !><, HHHM at Information lee starku Chamber For irate, J in this compact Arvii .' .
my farm any week ,,"v. AH" sex of Commerce ., '
in* for kind tf find th< "
any of farm work masterpiece you'll
with, tractor wttuiitmvtitH.. Ifilr ,
", *n. Jr 4.... NK of Uroc.kfr Fold n.ST-II.r..om.. 2-.tory hou.... very best in modern radio ; ; .
portly furnlKhed. t I -
on New River |{OH<|. SIp 1-3 with bath,
Also two S-room ..p.... clnne. In. and phonograph reproduclion. e

!MATTRESSES Very walnut reanonabl St. Inquire 600 rt: Tastefully designed U

OF ALL KINDS FOR 8AI.K: AT LAWTRV: New 2. fit in any. room. .in your. home,
bedroom house comiiiet, bath, .. ana engii =ersl. .. .
electric' water heater, lot 7.r.xlHO. 'or"twcN10>ecor X block. from town, near churchea for brilliant ear-thrilling ; a ,dge-b,hid lid-nil
and down Nchool.5 1'rlc'e IJ.OOt. 11.000 toae and performance.Come dial; 4 1 I..be. plea reciifier a if CLARK ELECTRIC Automatlr
; yearn. to pay MI balance at cboic! of walnut a* ffi.bo .., AUTOMATIC IIOT' POINT
percent .
r .. Joyce I );n-see and bear this new AbiDed S Dryer
T. Futch. I.awt.y Fla
lip ZenithFarm With 10-Year J REFRIGERATORS
.. Arvia model-today! Guarantee IJ
11'01t)' HALFl: l IIx 18 hutment and I
Sole army tent, both In good '

condltlon.-K. U. Duncan !Mtarke: BIG SET DrO-THERM OTL-BURNINO *

____ ____ ___ 8'1' 12-/l Typei
REUPIIOLSTEREDAND any quantity at Lat-
REFINISHED terman'?. 'Int' houi after ...c.nod PERfORMIiNCE
bridge, from so. Htarke,
Drop U. A Card highway 200, toward Oalne.vllle. -


I FOR FurlithHotShot
RENT: Unfurnl.hed apart. -
m..nt. B r<;omM' Private .ntranre. FrftZt'
FOR SALE-atov. wood, cheap"' I it N. Walnut. Up 'pr\jrh&\ &
you n..t It yourself Bond clean I
wo> f1. HartniAnn'M Mniiufui'turtnic, FARM LAND FOR RENT: -Suitable Flashlight
('a. A.k for A. llnrtmann., Phone for any crop._ One ml. wet of TyJM'Pdlrtable
62-1 courlhou... Ira \\'. Andreu, RI.
(t \i.\a
i. llox >44. Htarke. .. a
It 12.111!
iII I.s..U -
FOR HA UK-I Ford i-oml-trnllur InK I asy 1 '- .
,ml cunilltlon; 1 Chevrolet pickup FOR SAM. C'HF.AP-Whlt.. Flor.ence I h : Typo GI;iliSO
In fair romltllnn. Kalim.-VlulKlny' A LJ"..... It 12.12 with htillt-ln oven,-RoKler Ilr.... toable i Batteries Ranges
(laa l-o Call H' Starke. it .

FOR HAL.K-nll"."". 1 Font 20-pa FOR
MHnKfrj I Indiana 2A-|>aHnenKer. A\r.F.IUII Chevrolet Coupe.
flood condition Cunll burKiilnii Kxcellent condition, new tire

J...T:_Quigley. It it-12 H'm ''">.h kJ.s"''<':<
FOR PAt.R-I'ne.I .burning clrculutlnit on i. Ht.t.. It. SEE IT TOD Y'

......1! tundltlon heater fT5.with Cnn tank.be Hern In FOR SAI.K' -Olrl'* pr.-war bicycle "" *
at Sleds' Ou. Cu., 113 !!:. rail Hf.2t I Rood condition rtara-aln. Can ... W k T7

11-12 nt 11111'ell.... K. 7th Ht.. Starke. JannnTh HART FURNITURE COMPANY

PAT'r':R "NOINO Apply: 11111'. lip | \WiNKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Cuffed Mhotf.
2t 12-12 WlnV,\:>lTM II IsrSo ..I.. Ouo.
6'OR MAI.R-Ma .II burning heater for
"on llamlln
P'l"i. Phone 65 upright uwe4& ? land ..ondlUon, ha. been 222-221 Temple Ave
or writ Fla
P nnly mod.rat..I". M... Phone SUrke
0 Boa $66, it at 166
Up Slade : :
lia. Co. It : .c;, .
... ... 'fQ cHai ct o q