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 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Lplactlcs; factory, peclaiIf -, B. H. Hankln, formerly with

manufacture of plas- the Florida Plastics In Starke Is

.and tile counter display, president of the new organization. ; ..Official County Publication Established In 1877

'EL" operation In Starke I Steve E. Simmons, partner ,;

!! announced In the Koch
days. i Drug Company Is
thirty -------

H. Arnold ecretaTy- vice-president. Mr Arnold, the VOLUME! SEVENTH _, '" tI'J'ARKJ! :. FLORIDA Fit ID AY, DHCKMBKR 19. 1M7I NUMBER SEVIoN

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Plant At BlandingWould


En.LlIT01 FI.OHIUAI',ItT. BRADFORD IN CHANI..A. STATE AND NOTICE L'\I' .LOIUOA TO "l.an'unknowi1"1011' your son, James Alfred Hughes, a Witness my hand and official seal
to: W I minor. at
"Htarko, Florida! this DeuumUer
I Plaintiff v*. is whu" residence You are required to appear on 2, 1947.
Jl Slmi. Simpson","" fndant. Case You are required to appear the 27th day of December A. D. >ut.i''IAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, ction Employ 150 To 200 WorkersIn
December on 1947, and Mhnw cause If there be As Clerk of said Court.
IrtPH PUBLICATION named Court and 1941 In the above any that you have, why an Orderof By Luclllo C. Conner D. C.
ISOTICI3; TO APPKAH 'plaintiff seeks pause, wherein Adoption should not bo enteredto Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.
'Flew KLOllIDA: to: Willis County Telegraph divorce.shall Pradfori t heBradfurd 1'ntltlontir1. Atty. for Plf. 12-G 4t 12-2 Million Dollar
; publish thu Mining ProjectDevelopment
County Teloitraph shall
''IO', whose residence Is: % Order In next four weekly Issnea
publish this Order In the next four 1 1ed
; Produce Co., Hickory, Witness hand
fsii at Starke and official seal weekly Issues thereof, four pub- !\O'I'lr..J Tl APIMJVIl .
Florida, this 19th day 01' lication
[ onnlrod to appear onT November. 1947, only being required. TO: CHAHLI1JHAI.I'II/: DAVIS
in : Witness hand and official' whose adtlresH Is unknown.
52, 11147 In the wherein above (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A.:1.: Thomas, seal at Htarka my, l'lnrl'1thl.\ .. 26th WHEREAS It appears In that at Camp Blanding of an ilmenite mining
('.uri'RIIII( causa., LuclHel' Clerk' of said Court: day of November A. D. 1947. certain cause now pending In the
dlvor e. Bradford ny project and ( seemed
...k. haIl< publish this : Conner, 1). C. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Circuit Court of the lOlichth Judicial a $1,000,000 processing plan a strong

FiMXt'r.It'lfralh'' tir weekly Issues. iSwIni' rVr11"011' EH<1St' Au- Clerk of said Court. Circuit: of Florida In and for Bradford possibility this week but still hinges on whether or not the

I I,!, mv Florida hand this and Novem-official Atty. for Plf. 11-21 4t 12-1! Oreen By Lucille A Green C. Conner.Starke,D:Fla.C. County Stanley, In and Chancery Flora whereinlilforl Stanley I Blanding and contains/: sufficient concentration of the

jrke Attys. for Petitioner 11-28 4t 13-19 his wife, pray for the adoptionSome of mineral to make the operation economically feasible.
,'t; IN rllUTl'r ('01'11'1'.
lilt \UFOnD Joyce Davis, that the said
A. :J. Thomas,
:!AI.At SEAL'Mi-rk) of said Court. f-KIIV i'rr. FLOHIOAl IM C.'IIAN- iv nncrir ('oe'nT. mitnroitn Nora Joyce JiavlsIs the n.lllorphllf't This qualifying statement was made to the Telegraph

!flle,i c i' inner, D. C. .Tane! Atkinson> ('01 VTY. FI.cUUII.1Ii: CIIAV-: of the said Charles RalphDuvls Wednesday afternoon by Harry II. Cannon head geologistof
Fifth Floor JoPP. Plaintiff ".. ('KltY.Llbrro: and that the pin en of residence
t, n. Morgan.! William Hltrry, Jo", Jr. efondant Mover, Plaintiff, vs. Aurora and the Post Office address the local project at his office in Starke following an
!l CONe No. 612G.OnOER .
"aivv1Inrl ; of the said Charles Ralph Davis Is
('entlfi Sever, Defendant. Case No.
pr OF" PUBLICATION 61S4. unkndwn to Petitioners, and that Associated Press dispatch from Tallahassee Tuesday an-
that lease had
IT IOIHT. BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr NOTICE TO APPEAR the State of Florida the service of nouncing a

I'll, tLOIIIUAl IN CIIANC'xontlllliir William Harry Jopp., Jr., whose STATE OF FLO1UDA to! !\frs.Auror. a summons In Chancery upon whom been approved by the Stateof
residence and address Is: Denton .. would bind the said Charles Ralph 1
Centls Sever whose residence

Jr., vs. Irene Maryland and address Is: Vlalo, Son- Davis, you are therefore orderedto What Plant May Florida giving the E. I.
fur, Defendant. Case;: No. You are required to appear In said cause on or be-
appear on lain 60, Trieste, Italy. duPont de Nemours
December 19, 1947 In the above You are required to appear on fore the 29 day of December, 1947. Mean To Starke"If Companyof
'> OP PUBLICATION'EbxOTU'13 named Court and cause wherein December 29, 1947. In the above otherwise the allegations of said Delaware the right to
') TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce restorationof named Court and cause, wherein Petitioners will be taken as con- _
TilS, Of FLORIDA to: Mrs. maiden name and custody of plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford feM..tIIT mine newly-found ilmenite
I KmtllllT." whose residence minor child. Bradford County IS FURTHER ORDERED that
Telegraph Telegraph shall publish this deposits the Blan-
,ij,.u If ID Parr Road Point shall publish this Order In Order In next four weekly Issues thIs order be published once each the Ilmenite processing plant on
.r. Aukland New Zealand. next four weekly 'Issues. Witness my hand and official week for four consecutive weeks la constructed at Blanding it will ding reservation and process
at required to appear on Witness my hand and official seal In the Bradford County Telegraph
mi seal at Starke. Florida, this Nov..mher them In
i>r. 19 1947, In the above at Starke Florida, this November 25 1911.ot'I"ICUL. a newspaper nf general circulation certainly mean a lot to Starke, a projected

i Court ami cause wherein 18. 1947. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas published In Bradford County, Flnrda. one of the duPont representativesstated plant.
*fl i fftkf divorce. Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas .
As Clerk of said Court
H Weurnph shall publish this As Clerk of said Court. ay Lucille' C. Conner. D. C. DATED at Starke, Florida, this here yesterday. Tho deposits of llmcnlte, a mineral

t k wit four weekly Issues.M Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C. T Frank Landrum, l4tarku: Fla. 25th tiny of November, 1947. Just what it should mean In. indicated used In the manufacture of
} my hand and official seal T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk the of
he told
I'lf. 12-19
for 11-28 4t was
Atty. purpose
Mi Florida, this November Atty. for Pit. 11-21 4t 12-12 of Circuit Court. Bradford by an article published paint were found by the duPont

'1al. iv rnuTlT rnrirr. 1.1t %Fnnn County Florida.. organization and was askedhe some time ,ago In the Long Is- geologies along the western edge
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, D. C.
I !' rinniT cor-iiT. IIRADFOIID roi VTY. FI.OHIIHl IV tllAVCKII !- Pr.2.u4'lIi3Si: Conner would consent to run. .
M Clerk of said Court. COI I land, N. Y. Star-Journal, discussing of the camp reservation in an
'I'Y. FLOItlOAt ICII.N.! : Y.
rrl, C Conner D. C. CIOHYRunuifl: Fred W. Chllds, Plaintiff vs. Mario Ifter a few words of apprecla the value of a factory to a area used for a firing range, a-

I Undrum. Stirke 11-21, 4t 11'la.tnt. 12-12 Qoldzwelg plaintiff ,".. Child, Defendant. CIIKO No. 6142. CIRCUIT! COI'9l1'. DItAnFOIID A, Senator Johns said, "Well I't community. It said: bout six miles east of Starke.Mr. .
: Uertrude (Joldiwelgr, DefendantCase ORDER OF PUI1LICATION! rOI' "'Y. FI.OIIIDAl IV CIIANflCUY ; !-
--'- how I could fail with
Inn( ( IT CIXHT. BRADFORD No. A126 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR \ see A factory employing ISO PftO"plft Cannon a native of Maryland .
ORDER OF1 PUBLICATIONAND STATE OF FLORIDA tollnrle: Lettle Billiard, Plaintiff vs. Roy a group back of me, and I If
>\TI. FI.UHlUAt IN CIIA.: address Bullard, Defendant. Case No 6166. v'lll support from I.OOO to
NOT1CK TO APPEAR (hlldrt, whose residence and explained Wednesday that
I .t what well)) do
S'I'ATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. Is: Unknown
,W. Campbell, Plaintiff 1,200 persona.C .
vs. Gertrude Qoldswelar, whose rest-o You are required to appear on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR although chemical tests conduct

ft Sums Mil.TOEK Campbell Defendant. dance and address In: Protters Bak. December 29 1947, In the above STATE OF FLORIDA to Roy : of It will cause 300 homes to be ed In Starke Indicated a profitable
'ictiired Is
cry, 91-17 Itockaway Beach Blvd., named Court and cause, wherein Bullard, whose residence Is un- above a portion
Rockaway Beach, Long Island. plaintiff seeks dlvor<'''. Bradford known. group attending Monday' built. amount of ilmenite In this
,' You are required to appear on County Telegraph shall puhllsh'thlsOrder You are required appear It will fill 22-room schoolhouse area, the development of miningoperations
0* OF FLORIDA to: Mary a
December 19 ,1947, In the above In next four weekly issues.Witness January S. 1948, In the above named etlng. !
a.Cimpbell. whose residence named Court and cause, wherein mv hand and official seal : Court and cause, wherein plaintiff lining. 18 teacher and plant procaanlng
hMnii li: 404 W. Mulberry St.,
plaintiff seeks dJvorce. Bradford at Starke, }Florida this November seek divorce. PYartford County
Ism, X. C. County Telegraph'' shall publish.; this 22. 1947. Telegraph shall publIsh this OrderIn In normal tlmm this factory will depend upon whether or not

i rter I in 22 required, 1947 to In appear the above on Order In next four weekly Issues. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas Witness next four weekly hand Issues.and official ed Cross Office would put 320 automobiles Into the deposit prove to be an"economic"
hand and official seal Clerk of said Court. my
Witness \s
4 Court and cause' wherein at Starke my Florida this November By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. seal at Starke Florida, this December kes On Look the community and support as: ore body. The pro- I
n ictks Bradford
18. 1947. J. S Harrison. Law Exchange 2, 1941.10tficiai posed plant would not process
tore with total annual sale
"r next .ro'he'lc: III Issues.this (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas, Building I Jacksonville, Pta Seal) Court A. :1. Thomas f Santa's Shop the mineral but simply separate
As Clerk of said Court. Atty. for Plf. 11-28 4t 12-19 Aa Clerk of said of 300000. '
MM mv hand and official seal Bv Lucille C. Conner, D. C. and the
Lucille C. Conner, D. C. It from the opera-
like, Florida this November Ry Bach II. Douglas, Oaln.o lIIe. .!"I.!,. It will enable :21 professIonal !
T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. ) ,he local Chapter office of the
JoT' iv cmrriT roriiT.rnrvTY. 1lRflFOBT Atty .for Plf. 12-B 4t U.... tlon would live employment to
"11 SEAL) A. :J. Thomas, Atty .for Plf. 11-21 4t 12-12 FLoiiniAi iv CIIAV- '- lerlcan Red Cross Is fast pc'opl-.mlnhd4'fI., doctors, den- 200 it I
150: to men
some wal
As Clerk of said Court. r.It1': .
"*1e] C. Conner. D. C. iv nnci'IT C.'OI-II'r. \DFOIID John Kneilch. Plaintiff. v". Antonia' iv riin i'iT rornT. mitnFonnCODVTY. liming the atmosphere of San- lists, etc.-to live In the corn said. C
('Ol-"ry, FLOIII1).ti IV CII \"- Case No. 6160. PLOUIIJAl IV! CHANToseph !- tRUtult ?. .
i R. Hess, 204-05 Guaranty neslch, Defendant. I warehouse as various atore ) I
Jacksonville Fla. granted the DeU
for Plf. 11-21 4t 12-12 J. Rountree. Plaintiff, vs. Mary NOTICE Tf APPEAR Tnpka. Plaintiff vs. Bertha I organizations send in contrl S It will buy the product of 5..
S. Ronntree Defendant. Case No. STATE OF FLORIDA to Mrs. Topka, Defendant. ("aMR No. 6169. Ions ware duPont firm by the State
of food BOO of
OF PUBLICATIONAND clothing and toys acres) farm land.
ran IT (olitT' BRADFORD 541.ORDER Antonla Kneslch. whose resIdenceand ORDER will run for 10 : 'eIrswith'-a. t
'm. FI.OIIIUAI IN CIIAW !\!- OF PUBLICATIONAND address Is: Svetl Jaknv Otok NOTICE TO APPEAR distribution at Christmas S It will provide a payroll nf between -
Mrs.Flertha '
KLOniPA to to'
C .VOTICT TO APPEAR; Loslnl (Island Loslnj) Istrla. Tugo- STATE OK : <* option renew. The companyIs
:, Adihend Plaintiff vs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary .Iavl. Topka i1ihs''h;:; residence andaIIress ie.ho 100,000 and 9200,000 ayear given five year to establishthe
Is 839 ltd Astoria.
Is ,
'Kirby AdHhead, Defendant. Rountree, whose residence : You are required to appear on Jan- Baptist'WMS reversed the and establIsh. a lax loun-
tn tilt. Henry street, San Francisco, Cal nary 2, 1948 In the above named Long Island. New York. Icy of former plant, If It so desires, but
"DER 0> PUBLICATION ifornia. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to appear on Christmas par. datlon of $2,500,000. representative of the firm statedIn
OiB NOTICE You are required to appear on seeks divorce. Bradford County January 5, 1948. In the above named I and each member brought
TO a
OTtO?" FLORIDA APPEAR to Carrolyn December 22 1947. In the above Telegraph shall publish this Oror. Court and cause wherein plaintiff These are )ome of the things Tallahassee that the plant
: to be
Bradford t given
wherein County rather to
named Court and cause four weekly Issues. seeks divorce. than that a factory to
Adihead. whose residence Is seeks divorce. Bradford In next Telegraph shall publish this Order or plant means would bo started before then If
m. plaintiff Witness my hanoi and official exchanged among themselves,
Telegraph' ehall publish this in next four weekly Issues a community. the mineral
S are required to on County seal at Starke, Florida thin Decom- deposit I Is found to
Wr Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness Witness my hand and ofCl..lale..1 lie women of other denominai -
20th, 1947, In the above hand and official seal Starke, Florida, this December be Satisfactory. ..-
"< Court and cause, wherein nov ('oFFICIAL BEAD A.:1.: ThomasAs at have also added to the colJon. -
at Starke, Florida, this NovembarFI4JiAL said Court 3, 1947. Chances Described
'a of
leeks divorce! Bradford 15. Clerk C. Conner. D. C. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas The duPont firm has occupied

IMvirraph' next four shall publish this ( } SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas. By Frank Lucille Landrum Stark. Fla. A.. Clerk of said Court. The Hart Furniture office In Stark above the TipTop
Issues. T. A.
weekly As Clerk of said Court. 12-6 4t 12-26 By Lucille C. Conner. r>. C. Company, to 1"
= nor hand and official. seal Atty. for Plf. Starke. Fla. Leila's Dress Grocery for several weeks
.. : By Lucille C. Conner D. C. T. Frank Landrum Shop have sent
Fi rida, this 19th of Florida. Plf. 12-5 4t 12-28 Plant Will Be Built and also
1e B. K. Ferryman, Starke 12-12 ciiicviT cot'WT.. IIiI'tflFOUD Atty. for e and trlnklets, and on Tues has leased a portion of
11-21 4t iv -
WlL'sBAt.) A. :J. Thomas Atty. for Plf. COUVTY! M.OHIDAI IV CHAN '. Florida Plastics delivered'GI. the A. W. Anderson Garage for
*' Clerk of said Court. iv cinrnT coriiT. BRADFORD .
*!a!! C. Connor. D. C. iv: cinct'iT comT. BRADFORD Sarah c.nY.llafln Plaintiff vs. Clarence COt'VTY. FI.OHIUAI IV! CMANClarence ?ht little wooden wagons all Although gfologlHts use as a laboratory. It la continuing

1t..,'[.-. nnnilernon, E.q., COl'VTY' FI.OHIUAI I.V CHAM: 111. Glenn lJefonf'tAnl. Case No. 6161. ('10:111'. Johnson. Plaintiff, vs. 0/ and shiny to delight the are now engaged In "clMflc to drill at Camp Blandlng.

r fir PI".", Fla. 11-21 4t 12-12 MansonV.CElLS'* Anderson, Plaintiff vs. AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Olive Mary Johnson Defendant, rta of children. drilling" to make certain that and now employ 14 men. half

Ida Fitch Anderson, Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Clarence Ca.e No. 6162.ORDER PUPLICATIONAND : 'here Is a great need for such the Camp niandlng sand contains of whom are Bradford Countlans.
I1IrnT romp. BRADFORD < Qlenn whose residence and ad- OF llim>nlt"t In profitable) amount. -
% Ca"oRnER; M NOTICE TO APPEAR N. A. Parker who resides atKeystone
TY. FI.OIIIUAI IN CIIAN-! ) OF PUBLICATIONAND Unknown. atlons, especially shoes for
,, NOTICE TO APPEAR UreYo"l:are required to appear-on STATE OF FLORIDA residence to Olive andItd.lr. ool children, and a great bless ... Indications are 100 to 1 Heights, and Mr. Can.
fcin"len" Slmmerson Ungg OF FLORIDA to: Ida In the above siam- Mary Johnson whose that It doe mil.
STATE and that the
2. 1941. *
:January .. .. Ht. non are the two geologist on
Is SOU Marlon Street: : I to
fS,VI. Paul Romanus Llngg Fitch Anderson, whose residenceand ed Court and n plaintiff : be gained by such glv-
Cane No. U4livK'V1 address last known Is Route seeks divorce.i eDr'rf.A: CountyTelegraph Louis. Missouri.You The Red Cross office Is lion-dollar processing plant will the local project.
OK> PUBLICATION Lake City, South Caro- this OrderIn are required to appear on lx constructed here
84, publish
2, Box shall one member
| KOTICFI TO APPEAR iina. next four weekly Issues.Witness .January. 194s, In the above named (re enough to hold more gifts Most of the world' supply of
1,1?: FLORIDA to Paul required to appear on hand and official Court and cause, wherein plaIntiff : of the drilling pesonneistated
? : You are my seeks divorce. Bradford County they will be happily received ilmenite, used In the preparation B
fai Lln f- whose residence December 27th. 1947. In the above seal at Starke Florida, this DeOFF7CI1AL9SBAL yesterday.lie .
.mress last known Is 239Gettysburg named Court and cause wherein Telegraph shall publish this Order carefully distributed. Mer- of paint pigment now come from

w'hr nltv.nue. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford this ? ;; ) A.:1.: Thomas, In Witness next four my weekly hand Issues.and official nta who have Items that are described the ore here as India, although there are several

[,'. Ire required to appear on (Order'mInt)'In Telegraph next four shall weeklY publish I..MueM. As ny Clerk I.llollle of C.said ndrr UnmrsM Court. seal at Starke, Florida this' De'cember saleable In their stores are "low grad., explaining. that It I small mining operations on the
2 1947
COU Snth.' and 1947.cause In the wherein above Witness Starke.my Florida hand and, this official 24th 'C.. Frank Plf. 12-5 4t Fla 1228ruirriT (OFFICIAL, HEAL" ) A. :1. ThomasAs ed to send them to the Red was on the border line between East Coast of Florida. Mr. Cannon

Li 111'o.k. seal at Atty. for Clerk of said. Court ss office. explained that the mineral I*
divorce and chunite i 1911.OFFCIAL and
l..,0. ot November A.:1: ThomasAs nlt"DFOItD Bw> Lucille C. Conner, P. C.nivers profitable unprofitable operation.
'idford roritT.
County Tele- ( SEAL) tog Green CoveforFlpif. found In moat Florida sand, but
& Anderson,
hall publish this Order inv Clerk of said Court. ('(,l'NTV. Fi.onii.Ai iv CHAM.Alfred'1 However the other fac-
r'iir kly Issues. C'. Conner. D. C. '. Springut usually In unprofitable amounts.
Bv Lucllln 12-5 4t 12-2 Phone Directory
r. hand and official J. Henderson. EHCJ.Ht. Ih Back, Plaintiff vs. Edith ttya. rw tore In its favor-the large quantity -
Th lease to the
ul''Stark. also known o, Dlinn. given company
Florida' this 19tb AiiBtmtlne, Fla Christian Herk.
,'C:ci.It\ 1947 Atty. for Pit. 11'28 4t 12-19 Moon Defendant. Case No. RULED; PRACTICE PAPER. is 247 Listingshe : fef ore and the high qualityof In Tallahassee was signed by

< AT- > A. :J. Thomas, ""'. the Ilmenite content-make) Itilghly trustee of the Internal
.l op PUBLICATION 01? for school children. ISo a Improvement
Clerk of said Court. nFOfllllOIIIHAI OROFJR ,
BH Starke that the
"III. ? rlnctTr t"ot'nT. APPKAH Telephone Company probable) plant
'"onner 1). C. I" IV: ( Il.t:N- aNt NOTICE Tf Fund together with the
Hidur on, Esq.., St. Auarus- ('01 "I'Y. STATE. OF FLORIDA to: Edit ream.-Bradford County Telograph. distributed It* new 20-pag will be constructed, he aald. The
PT', ... Dl- State Armory Board. which hold
vs:14Y. ,, known
(for I'" 11-21 4t 12.12 IN Rl,:. ADOPTION PI1RLIC'ATroN OF MTNO11.ORDER .,. ana Christian Moon H whose ck. also residence Is. un- ctory which has 247 listings, quality of Umenlte Is better than title to much of the Blandlngreservation.

OF l largest number In the from he said
that India.
history Imported ,
(' ;IT. ANn NOTICE "tJ APPEAR required to appear on ('OSSTRtTIOS'I'En.. 0ft < .... _._ .._ ...... ,,_ .
T\', BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bessie You are the above named JIW- ww'SsIytI -.------ ...A._ ..k. ,. I.- --- -I. _... .'ftwe" ..-
FIOnllI" 11.\11I. .. January' 5. In atHortnl colons, 13 1c..nl.* State- Adjutant General Marie
H-s-r- Court snd cause. wherein plaintiff! the depression years, Stark sure operation of a plant for an
firs*" Wheeler Hutchlnson, waN BlacksIlelIr aeorlfir- has, peeks divorce. Bradford County"eleltraph pkg. Bradford County Tele ted only 100 old-f aahionad indefinite period. I W. Lance said the agreementwith
;, William pearl Starlin Othe' shall publish this OrderIn
Earl Hiitchln r'nP.ln;; above graph. duPont calls for a slidingscale
la'0tir' ('ape No. 51)05 filed her to legally adoptar next four weekly Issues Ik seta, and only 140 In Berber >> The final check-drilling will require -
> Intpntlon which will
Ert PUBLICATION Court.: her royalty payment
1940. During 1043, Starke about three weeks and It
give the State Military Department
Its talking over 213 'phone.1 *. was Indicated that the companywill
from 113,000 to $25.000: a
frequency of "Johns"and
names. rush construction of the
... .....*. I Christmas: Edition "Smith" neck-and-neck year for the maintenance ot
-- .- uutuiSi u apples were sent to the Veteran's run plant as soon as a definite decl-

l received 'her- .Stir'fin 'for ma Holidays. Entertainment Hospital at Lake City to helpIn Early Next Week with six listings each. No new lon has been made. *We're In a Camp Blandlng National building Guard.used by
the Florida
4 Jears' wrvlce. will be furnished school personnel the Christmas celebration and name has replacted that of George hurry" this spokesman said.

&flOfl sketch was pre- In the USO on Temple Streeton schools reporting enrollment to The Telegraph' will publish one Kopelouso a* the years tongue- It was stated that the search

eel by the entire .group for several different occasion date are Bradford High School, day early next week-on Wednesday twister Mr. Kopelousos Is pro- for satisfactory llmenlU deposits Youth InjuredIn

Troop committee and mothers Mrs. Warren Perkins chairman -In order to place Its an- prietor of the Guidon Grill. In his country has been going on Auto Accident

Were present and following Plan $22.84: Bradf o r d Elementary nual Christmas Greeting Editionin The letter '"8" reigns supreme for a number of years.

'Ice cream wa served with Rotarians School. Mrs. W. B. Sewell. chaIr- the bands. of subscribers before with 36 listings, probably because Harold Lennon 14, son of Mr '

hely birthday cake given by Christmas PartyArt man tlLOO; Lawtey Junior High Christmas Day. I' It Includes the Smiths and companies duPont Confirms and Mrs. E. Lennon of Stark, ,I".

George, correspondents) and othersare beginning with the word
Flynn SchOOl L. H. Futch principal All wss. Injured Tuesday night on the .

1'Ie: meeting was closed with Rowand Jr., of Live Oak, '9.29; Water Oak School. Sarah asked to bring. their new I'"Starke.". of which there are sl*. Lease Of LandsAn Klngsley Lake road when the car

Scout promise and Salute Boy Scout field worker, W5.5guest Jenkins principal. |2M and R.J. Items in earlier next week In And the longest listing In the directory In which he was riding overturned

at the Rotary Club School. have them I I. that of the "State Military Associated Press dispatch
-Mary Sue Epperson Scribe speaker E Elementary and High order to appear. after being. alde-wlped by an
a timely $5.40. Department, State of Florida date ln.d Wilmington, Del., Dec.
A. O. Jenkins principal auto going In the opposite dlrec.
CaneOffered nTetage' contrasting the JIves and I Whispering Pines Ordnance Shop Camp Blandlng.. 17. reported that the duPont Company tion. Th. other car failed to

J of two vastly different Incidentally no names appearlifted announced It had signed a

1 University works leaders of men-Jesu Christ and I. Teen Age Dance Open To PublicWhispering under the letters X. T, or Z. ''I long-term lease with the Stateof stop.The driver of the automobile

NightA Hugh Ingrahm Is the only name Florida for Ilmenite bearing
Adolf Hitler. Saturday Dan Priest 18, of Starke. said
County' Pines Lodge and the
Agent T. K; McClane used this Illustration under "I", and the firm of Quit- lands.
announced theCflORlCt The sneaker formal Christmas dance for Tourist Court Restaurant owned Icy and Davis rule alone under he was blinded by the brightlights
today that out the Importance The duPont spokesman in Delaware -
of the other Th.
Department at the to point training In develOpIng teen-agers will be held in the and operated by Mr. and Mrs. T. "Q". L. D. VIning I Ie the only stated that lease of the car. acctdxnt '

/"'*/'Ilty has some Florida 182 of Boy leadership Scout of the right kindIn USO building Saturday night,i R. Cornell)), are dinner now Is open served to each the listing under "V." lands at Camp Blanding would with young occurred Lennon as the and Priest Jake c.r.

cene Iced for feed purposes Dec. 20. according to an announce- public provide a lane domestic supply
'Price young men. Johns one of from e to 8 o'clock. W. C. T. V. NOTICEThe Newsome as passengers was goIng -
Mrs. Ruby
of :sac per 100 stalks Introduced by ment by of HmenlU and end the firm'sdependence to Klncsley Lake to pick
trIov Mr. Rowand was of activities. for Mr. and Mrs. Connell are located up
In the field.! Anyone Scout com- the directors WCTIT will upon foreign sources.
Laura Scott some more younisters to attend
Boy south of Starkeon
borne. miles
"tto\ T. H. 0 In Starke.It 3 1-2
"" In obtaining seed cane missiOner for this district.\ young people U. S. 301. State 200. and Invite meet at the home of the President IlmenlU to a black ore from the High School basketball game.

RQ variety may aee Mr. Mco the address members l I. planned to make this of one the the public to drop In for Mr. W N. Johnson Friday which white titanium pigments Lennon received a cut above

that he can arrange for Preceding Club drew names for sf the outstanding event and after-theatre snack of South- December 19, due to the Cbrutt- are manufactured by duPont his left ear, and I is at the Shady-

1Iq livery date. of the exchange of gifts ..ndMpoetry" year for the te n age group ern an fried chicken or a Sandwich gals holidays falling. on the regWar plants in Baltimore Md., and crest Hospital for observationand

Price means that the far- the annual will take place s11 young people of this age are meeting date. Edgemoor Del. X-ray.
w whIch
l have to cut It, load Itt next Wedneed.Y. cordially Invited to attend.
"' 11I meetlnl
himself. at the


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factory special- B. H. Hankin, formerly with ,

/II plastics lIIanufacture of plas- the Florida Plastics in Starke, is I

11 the and counter displayISi -. president of the new organization. Official County Publication Established In 1877

operatl9n in Starke Steve E. Simmons, partner .e\. I

days, announced I In the '-Koch Drug Company, is ----L--:
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H, Arnold, ecretary.of -! vice-president. Mr, Arnold the VOLUME SEVENTY MTAKKK. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JBcE\WF.R! 19. 1947 NUMBER 8EVKN:

the new concern : secretary-treasurer, Is a former ---- ---------- ,

r factory la Incor- secretary more recently of Blandlng in business Center, and in .

plastics under the name of Na- Green Cove Springs. duPonts Plan Plant At landing I

P1aIItlC Display. Inc., and Mr. Arnold said that the new

noh of Starke on company will be able to make

fp In what was. formerly any plastic product but will
) The props specialize in signs and displays

;s abtk and undergoing Garage.machinery extensive for a In expects the beginning.to extensively The produce company a Sen. Johns Ttf Run For Re-election Would Employ 150 1 To 200 WorkersIn

g. factory la being simulated neon called the Ray-o-

,..e. plastiCS Lite. .... r: ,,./ '., <' Million Dollar
I .' > 21 Mining ProjectDevelopment

etball Moves Into Spotlight ,
; ; at Camp Bland ing1 of an ilmenite mining

project and a $1,000,000 processing: plan seemed a strong

ile Header Here Saturday Night possibility this: week but still hinges on whether or not the

Blanding sand contains a sufficient concentration of the

mineral to make the operation economically feasible.

exciting doubleheader bas- A & B, and girls. This qualifying statement was made to the Telegraph

event,la promised for Sat- Jan. 20, Alachua here, boys Wednesday afternoon by Harry 15. Cannon head geologistof

liiliht. Dec. 20 when the' A &: B, and girls, 7:00. the local project, at his office in Starke, following
tat will meet a highly- Jan. 23, Melrose here boys
Associated Press dispatch from Tallahassee Tuesday an-
Ga., team In the A &: B, and girls 7:00.: _
LJ Baxley. flouncing mat a lease tin a
Jan. 24 there 9?
Lt 8 o'clock. The Baxley Gainesville boys r
at been approved by the Stateof
fin tour and held A &: B.Jan. .
now on What Plant May Florida the E. I.
state championship 27. open date.' ,
Jan. 30, open data Mean To Starke duPont de Nemours Companyof

eat. the glrte game, the Feb. 3, Hawthorne, here, boysA .1 Delaware the right to "
laving '
Athletic Association will &: B, and girls, 7:00.: I mine newly-found Ilmenitedeposits

Cw Waldo town quintet.Win Feb. 6, Gainesville, here, boys I-i "If the Ilmenite processing plant on the Camp Blan-

First Three A & B, 7:30.: 1 la constructed at Blnndlng It will din reservation and process I

ilBH3!! basketeers Inaugurat- Feb. 10, Alachua, 'there, boys certainly mean a lot to Starke," them In a projected million-dollar

Itte current season with a A &: B, and girls. I one of the duPont rt'presentatlVIIIIltate.1 plant.

11 win over Lake Butler Feb. 13, Green Cove, there, here yesterday.Just I Tho deposits' of Ilmenite, a mineral

lie armory here Tuesday boys A &: B, and girls. what it should mean la indicated used In the manufacture of

Feb. 17, Hawthorne here, boys A Charley Johns for Senate spoke to the gathering, stating rived he was told the purpose of by an article published paint were found by the dupont

>111 B Squad defeated Lake A &: B, and girls, 7:00.: Club was organized In the courthouse -I that Senator1 tyims) had been the organization and was askedIf some time ago in the Long Island geologists along the western edgeof

B 35-9.: while the BHS Feb. 20, Melrose there boysA here Monday afternoon honored by belijfe'! elected presi- he would consent to run. N. Y Star-Journal, discussing the camp reservation In an

ton handily over their & B, and girls. with P. L. Bridges as president dent pro tern afAhe last session, After a few words of appreciation thcr value of a factory to a area usod for a firing range, a-

i County opponents 35-23. Feb. 24, Green Cove here, and Carl Johns secretary. I and that his wide: acquaintance Senator Johns said "Well J community. It said: bout six miles east of Btarke.
beat Lake boys A & B, and girls 700.: and recent experience In the don't Me how I could fall with:
Eirkt A squad Announced purpose of the or- e A factory employing ISO people Mr. Cannon, a native of :Maryland
The long B squad schedule is would enable him to this group back of me, and itthat's
.t A 28-21. ganization was to persuade State Legislature will support from l.OOO to: explained Wednesday that
want we'll do
Schedule being adopted this year in orderto what you ,
Current chance to Senator Johns to be a candidate better serve his district. It." 1,200 person although chemical teats conducted *
more players a
|(huh N. Carson Geiger an- give A was appointed Ho C It Mill cause. 300 homes to be
in indicated
Democratic committee\ Pictured is of Starke a profit
schedule of see action. Coach Geiger stated. for re-election In the above a portion
M the following //Johna and bring built. able amount of ilmenite( In this i I
At present around 2$ boys are I primaries next spring. contact Sen .t the group attending Monday'smeeting.
holey a for( Dec. 19. Waldo here,, out for basketball. Several members of the Club I him to the meeting.; When he ar-': It will fill a 22-room schoolhouse area, the development of mining j

An admission price of only 2Sc: a. lining 18 teachers. operations and plant processingwill
-sod girls 7:30.: .

|:a 2, UmatUla here. boys will I Is hoped prevail at that all this events moderate and It I Rosier ReelectedTo FarmersrReminded r Red Cross Office would In normal put 320 time automobile this factory Into the depend deposit upon prove whether to be or not an !l I

;i n,i 6 p., Macclenny.m. here, boys, charge will encourage a larger Head Agricultural Of Jan. 15 Deadline Takes On Look the community and support 83 "economic" ore would body.not The pro- '

llB.and turnout of spectators than Input stores with total annual sale posed plant process I
girls 7:00. Committee For 1948 Of Santa's Shop the mineral, but simply separateIt
In. 9, Lake Butler here boys seasons. "We are offering Farmcm participating In the of $sooooo.
ItB three games on many of our pro- 1947 Agricultural Conservation It will enable 21 from the sand and the opera- r I
and girls, 7:00.: Committeemen for the 1948 The local Chapter office of th! professional would give employment to
Blu. 13 Waldo, here boys and grams and that Is a lot of bas- Conservation Program are again reminded American Red Cross Is fas people .mlnlfttatn, doctor, dentists lion I
ketball for two bits," Coach Geiger Agricultural program that the absolute deadline for some ISO to 200 men. it wM, I
7.39. t'teto live In the com
\ were elected Saturday aft assuming the atmosphere of San
commented. reporting conservation practice.caroled : I i
u 16 Macclenny there, boys ernoon In a meeting In the court ta'a warehouse as various store munity.
out la 1947 Is January The lease granted the Dela. I
house of Bradford County farm and organizations send In contr. e It will buy the product of 8600 ,-
15, 1948.: No reports of practices ware duPont firm by the State
Court buttons of food clothing and acres of farm land.
Motor in the toy
Dixie ers participating program
FA Members carried out can be accepted will run for 10 yean' with-an, ., t
James Rosier, Lewtey, was elected for distribution at Christina I e It will provide a payroll of between ,
Sold after that data Farmersare 'to
And Restaurant *. option renew; The companyis
ill 1 time.
Display' Steers of the committee,
chairman 9100,000 and 9200.00O a
urged/ to make thin reportof given five year to establishthe
turday Afternoon To New Englanders and L. D. Green Starke, will practice to County Accents' The Baptist'WMS reversed the year and establish a tax foundation plant, If It so desires but
The policy 6f former Christmas
remaining .
serve as vice-chairman. par of 'Z.loo.ooo.TheRe
office at their earliest conven3.WA representatives of the firm statedIn
Sale of the Dixie Motor Court' of the three- ties and each member broughtgift a '
IImbt> Bradford
rs of the 'tome are ome of the things Tallahassee that the plant
including a restaurant, Is Z. W. Hamil 4 ''*<> -; to be given rather than to
t1 r Chapter, Future Farmers property, man committee that a factory or plant means to would be started before then> if
|America, will have their Here- two stores and six cabins, was ton of Brooker. W. Baisden be exchanged among themselves, a community. the mineral deposit li found to
i Show steers and Brahma announced.this week by the own- The Committeemen are elected while women of other denominations be satisfactory, .-

ro i on display at the court- era, Mr. and Mrs. A. M MIxon. I for terms of one year and are Buried Here lection.have also added to the col Chances DescribedAs The duPont firm has occupied

iiquare Saturday December The property was purchased by responsible for the administration
Ml p. m. Robert W. Metzger, whose for of the soil conservation program George W. Balsden Sr., A rest The Hart Furniture Company; "100 to 1" offices In Starke above the Tip

!star calves win soon be shown mer home was Stratford Conn In Bradford County. dent of Starke for many years. and Leila's Dress. Shop have sen Top Grocery for' several week
December 16 If toys and trlnklets, and Tues Plant Will Be Built and also has leaned a portion of
1 Ik Southeastern Brahma He will be assisted\ In operatingthe Selected as alternate commit- died Tuesday, on
wife, and Jacksonville following day Florida Plastics delivered IU' the A. W. Anderson Garage for
his Hospital
s Show and sale In Ocala enterprises by teemen were R. H. Green. Jr., a bright little wooden all Although the duPont geologist use as a laboratory. It I t* continuing
Ibo at the Southeastern Fat father-in-law Ernest Wengen- Brooker, and W. S. Sibley Ther- a short Illness. wagons are now engaged In "checkdrilling" to drill at Camp Blanding
t roth. The Metzgers have K. Me- Mr. Balsden moved 'from Stark new and shiny to delight\ the
Show\ and,pale.' line essa. County Agent T. hearts of children. to make certain that and now employ 14 men, bait
lase daughter Irene. Clane will serve the organization 32 years ago to Jacksonville,, the sand
| will also be a trick horse There Is Blandlng contains of whom are Bradford Countlansj.
a need for such
tratlon at the courthouse This transaction also Included as secretary and Mrs. J. C. Sapp where he resided until his death donations, especially great shoes for llmenlto In profitable ... N. A. Parker, who resides atKeystone
1 the store building now being operated as treasurer.A this week. He was a member ol : mounts Indication. are 100 to I
IY afternoon and Eldridge i Heights, and Mr. Can-
school children and blessIng
a great -
J1I,. reporter for the Chapter, by Mr. and Mrs. Ancll resolution was passed at the the Christian.. Church;) and prior Is to be gained by such giving that It does and that the mil non are the two geologist on i
to' his retirement worked as a
!is that cordially Walnwrlght. that the lion-dollar. processing plant will the local project.
everyone meeting, requesting contractor. The Red Cross office is 1
ted to come and see these County Commissioners purchase a large enough to hold more gifts bo constructed here, one member Most of the world's supply of I

>and calve Students EnjoyChristmas soil testing kl.t, for use by the Funeral services were held Wed and they will be happily received of the drilling personnel ilmenite, used In the preparation
afternoon In EstesKrausaFuneral stated .
Agent, In order to aid nesday I and yesterday.He of from
Parties County carefully distributed. Merchants paint pigment, now come
il 1 Scouts Observe the Bradford County conserva Home from where the who have Items that are described the ore here M India, although there are several
moved services -I
This afternoon (Friday) after tion program. The coat of the kit body to was Starke for following burial. Rev.J. not saleable in their stores are "low grade", explaining that It small mining operations on the

"lop Birthday school hours, all school children Is approxlmatelly ?250. B. Dixon officiated. I urged to send them to the Red was on the border line between East Coast of Florida. Mr. Can
CM The 1948 chairman of the pro Cross office. and non explained that the mineral i*
profitable unprofitable
Scouts observed their year- will participate In Christmas parties Mr. Balsden was 74 years of opera-
' gram, Mr. Rosier, has been chair I found In moat Florida sand tout
"rtiday the of his death and tion. However the other factors
anniversary at held In their respectiverooms over ten age at the time In amounts.
man of the organization usually unprofitable
p''ear meeting held Wednesday occasions being was survived by the following: New Phone DirectoryHas In its favor-the large quan- I
: the gala years. The lease given to the company
wioon. PTA. Homeroom One son George 'W. Balsden, 247 Listings tity fcf ore and the high qualityof In Tallahassee I
the was signed by
IGann Smith Pamela Lawson sponsored by Jr.,, Jacksonville; three daughters,, the Ilmenite content-make It
i Allle Manassa passed their mothers of which there are Junior Red Cross Mrs. Lucia Strong, Austin Texas;; The Starke Telephone Company highly probable that the plant trustee of the Internal Improve-
ment Fund together with the b
**rfot testa' and received four to each room, are furnishingrefreshments Active In Schools Mrs. Ralston Jon_ Westchester, has distributed Its new 20-page will be constructed he said. The
teach State Armory Board which hold
pus.71e and assisting Pa.; MUM Maude Baladen. Philadelphia directory which has 247 listings quality of UmenlU Is better than
title of
to much the Bland
following girls, received ers in the party plan. "Enrollment for Service", the : four sisters, Mrs. Letle the largest number In the history that Imported from India he said, reservation. ,

* Second Class badge and Children of the lower grades slogan for Junior Red Cross Is Stllley. Starke; Miss Addle Bals of the company.In and there Is enough sand to Insure -

*fear Star Pin: Dianne Gil- have drawn names and gifts will being demonstrated In the Public den Mrs. Alice Jones and Miss the depression years. Starke operation of a plant for an Stat Adjutant General Mark

1 Lucille McRae Nancy Du- be exchanged during the after Schools of Bradford County by Rosa Balsden. Jacksonville; and boasted only100 oldfashionedcrank Indefinite period. W. Lance said the agreementwith

famine Jay, Nancy White, the splendid responses that are three grandchildren. MU, and only 140 In Sep The final check-drilling will 'require duPont calls for a slidingrealm :

Ruth Braden; Martha Lan- noon.These festive holiday parties coming in from the schools over tember 1040. During 1949 Starke'' about three weeks and It royalty payment which will

2 Martha Winkler Ann will mark the beginning of many the county. I To Print Telegraph did Its talking over 213 'phones. was Indicated that the companywill give the from State flS.OOO Military to 123.000 Department a

and Mary' Sue Epperson. festivities which will be sponsored One hundred and fortyeightapplel In frequency of names, "Johns"and rush construction of the ,
Christmas Edition year for the maintenance at
d Class Scout Florence by the PTA during the Christ- were sent to the Veteran's "Smith" run neckandneckwith plant as soon as a definite deci-

*> received her Star Pin for mas Holidays. Entertainmentwill Hospital at Lake City to helpin Early Next Week six listings. each. No new sion has been made. 'We're In a the Camp Florida Blandlng National buildings Guard used by

gears' service.'Pantomime be furnished school personnel the ChrUitmasi celebration and i name has replacted that of George hurry," this spokesman said.

sketch was pre'by in the usa on Temple Streeton schools reporting enrollment to The Telegraph' will publish one' Kopelousosi as the year's tongue- ic was mated that the searchfor
*If the entire group for several different occasion date are Bradford High day early satisfactory Ilmenite deposits
Troop Committee mothers Perkins, chairman nesday-In order to place Its an- of the Guidon Grill. ;'
and Mrs. Warren in his country has been going on Auto Accident ;;
'er present and following Plan $22.84: Bradf o r d Elementary nual Christmas Greeting Edition The letter "S" reign. supreme for a number of years. '
* !let cream was served with Rotarians School Mrs. W. B. Sewell. chair- In the hands of subscribers before with 36 listings, probably because Harold Lennon 14. son of Mr. ).

' h.ly birthday cake given by Christmas PartyArt man I1LOO; Lawtey Junior High Christmas Day. It includes the Smiths and com- duPont Confirms snd Mrs. E. Lennon'of Starke f ;
!George: Futch principal. All correspondents and othersare panies beginning with the word I
nynn. School L. H. was Injured Tuesday night on Ihe. 6
The' meeting was closed with Row nd Jr.. of Live Oak $929Water Oak School. Sarah asked to bring their news!I "Starke", of which there are six Lease Of LandsAn Kingsley Lake road when the car
worker, was R.J. next ,week in And the longest listing In the directory -
Scout promise and salute. Boy Scout field Jenkins principal $2.36 and Items In earlier In which he was riding overturned
. at the School to have them appear. Is that of the "State Military Associated Press dispatch,
-Mary Sue Epperson. Scribe guest speaker RotarylClub E. Elementary and High order after being side-swiped by.n i'
bringing $:i.40. Department, State of Florida datelined Wilmington Del. Dec.
Wednesday O. Jenkins, principal auto going In the opposite direc-
* Cane message, contrasting the lives and A. Whispering Pines Ordnance Shop, Camp Blandlng.", 17, reported that the duPont Company tion. The other ear failed to *
J Offered vastly different Incidentally no names appear announced It had signed a

t University leaders works of of men-Jesus two Christ and Teen Age Dance Open To Public listed under the letters X. T, or Z. )I ong-term lease with the State stop.The driver of the automobile,

NightA Hugh Injrrahm U the only name of Florida for ilmenite bearinglands.
Hitler. Saturday Dan Priest. 16. of SUrke said
Adolf Pines Lodge and the ,
County Whispering under "I" and the firm of Quigley .
Agent T. K. McClane, illu.tra.
used blinded
he the
owned was by bright
The speaker dance for Tourist Court Restaurant and Davis rules) alone under
announced Christmas !
1 formal The duPont in Delaware -
theinlet spokesman
that importance
today the of the other The
out light car.
" Department at the Lion to point training In developIng teen-agers will be held In the and operated by Mr. and Mrs. T. "Q". L. D. Vining Is the only stated that lease of the occurred the Priest
ti Scout to the car \
of Boy Connell are now open under "V.
Saturday night R. listing
"l1lty has kind building lands at would
some Florida 162 leadership of the right USO Is served each Camp Blanding with young Lennon and Jake t
cane 20 according to an announce- public and dinner provide a large domestic supply
seed for feed Dec.
a purposes' In young men. Johns one of evening from 6 to 8 o'clock.Mr. W. C. T. V. NOTICE I Newsome as passengers, was) goIng -
price Mrs. Ruby of llmenlW "
and end the firm'sdependence
of ment by
:50c per 100 'talks Rowand was introduced by activities for and Mrs. Connell are loated to Klngsley Lake to pick up
Cl'nwn Mr. of
In the field. Anyone Boy umissioner com- the directors miles south of Starkeon The Laura Scott WCTU will upon foreign sources. 'some more youngsters to attend
3 1-2
05borne Starke.
't"eted his I In obtaining seed cane r. H. for this district. young people In U. S. 301. State 200. and Invite meet at the home of the President Hmenlta In a black ore from the High School basketball C&IIIAt.

variety may see Mr. Me- address. members It In planned to make this one the public to drop In for Mrs W. N. Johnson Friday, which white titanium pigments Lennon received a cut above

110 that he can arrange for, Preceding! the drew names for 'Jf the outstanding events of the aftr-thtr. snack of South- : December 19. dIM to the Christmas are manufactured by duPont his left ear and I.< at the Shady-

4"7 ti's date. I of the Club and"poetry" year for the teen age group and an fried chicken or a Sandwich holiday falling on the regular plants in Baltimore Md.. and crest Hospital for observationand .

Price means 'that the far- the annual exchange wt11 oak place ill young people of this age are ern Oriental. meeting date. Edgemoor, Del. X-rays.

R111 have to cut lt. load It, which next V'edneaday, cordially invited to attend.

did it himself. I IJ .t the meeting I .


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The help we give these hungry people who are tryingto pan underneath to catch the juIce. to Hriulford the Petitioner.County Telegraph shall -

l Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED build a decent, free, democratic way of life is our best A good cup of hot tea made fresh, publlNh weekly/ thin Issues Order thereof In the, four next pub four COLD
insurance for a peaceful world. As Secretary of State Mar- with a cracker will rest you If UcnMonn only being" required.
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNII".EDITO"Published shall has said, "Our foreign'policy has entered the American you stop work and sip the tea Witness at Starke my Florida hand and thin officialUral 26th LIQUID
home and taken a seat at the family table. Every man, Soy of November A. JD. 147. Get .pllf. NEMlseltyk.log
Every Friday and Entered as Second Fun too. Put black pepper on OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. ... rsenikf a' ..
Office at Starke, Fla. woman, and child in this country has a direct personal influence In A. Clerk of Bald Court. MihAl Loq." Cole 9,, M
ants that bother
Matter at the Pout those pan- ''
Clan By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
the of international
on course affairs. try or kitchen. Wax your linol- Oren *. Green, Starke. Fla. 666 Cotoanlao";
The food conservation program is having some effect. eum now before Christmas and Atty for Petitioner 11-28 4t 11-19 .._. U"'"'.,,-
MEMBER 1947 i All industries which use grain are voluntarily curtailing its the house looks gay for the holi .
; use. The armed ,services are contributing strict observance -
Subscription $2 Annually 91.10 For Six Months I all over the world, of meatless Tuesdays and eggless days.Here Is the way I make popcorn $} OY SERVICE Phone 52Jwe
Thursdays. Farmers are cooperating, and |aking effective balls for Christmas. They l8 Mrs.
steps by culling flocks and herds. are nice for children's parties. .eatew.lss iron Hartmann
i THE FREEDOM TRAIN But it is we we 140 million individual Americans One dishpan popcorn. Boll 2 c.

{ It is peculiarly appropriate that the "Friendship Train", who are the key to this whole food-saving program. On us sugar 2-3 c. water '1 tp. salt.
at its destination 'of millions abroad. is to Cook until It forms stiff ball of Plate Lunches Regular Dinners
or rather now the "Friendship Boat" arrived -rests the hope hungry It up us
in Europe this week on the eve of the season of Christ- whether they live or die. ture candy first in cold begins water.to boll When add mix-1.- Short OrdersSandwiches '

mas goodwill and generosity. The precious cargo of 208 Many of us were not fortunate enough to be on the. tp. cream of tartar. When you
carloads of food, clothing:, money, and other necessities will route of the Friendship Train, but all of us should bear in remove from fire add 1 tbsp. but- Soft Drinks,
bring some measure of relief during the holiday period to mind that bread shared is more than bread. It is a means ter and 1 tbps. vinegar. Pour
the destitute peoples of France and Italy. of communion between men of good will. over pan of popcorn-stir well amagnmaamaammxtt 'r
The Friendship train is a remarkable demonstration of I wet hand with cold water or Imnu AN ATMOSPHERE!: I
the charity and generosity of the American people. It start-I. manage to get to Sunday School ; grease them and form balls.
s ed in California a few weeks back and steadily grew in length Hill to teach them. This Monday aft- Merry Christmas to all Happy
with the spontaneous contributions of towns along the route Clay ernoon we burled our near neigh New Year. God Bless you. Love A&A LUNCHEONETTE

from there to New York Food, clothing, money, and other Ily Lura Burgem Mohr bor. A man 87 years old. We -Lura.
shall miss seeing: him pass the NEXT DOOR TQ PARK TlIEATltEDobbY'
necessities all went into the Friendship Train in carload rones* Nebr. house. IN CIRCUIT COlinT. IlRAI>rORDrol'NTV. .
He has who Odom
one daughter
lots. Is my very good friend and two | RbOllen
The train is a symbol. In it skeptical Europeans undoubtedly Wherein I prepare for the sons who areboth doctors. IN ORDER RID ADOPTION OF PUBLICATION OF MINOR

will see the outstretched hands of man to man: Christmas time and meditate on This morning- baked whole AND NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR BonnieHuirhi The Gift .
humanity to humanity. The good will engendered by the the change brought Into ones I wheat bread,.- two loaves, and a STATE>.., whoso OF la.t known to addrenn ..
train should by-pass governmental red tape, diplomacy, and life by time.What's gold layer cake. Don Is fond of was Pearl Blackshear Starling" ,Georgia.petitioner, han
Gives Years
the cold walls of embassies. It should strike directly into both. He has gone on an am. filed her Petition In the above that ;= .
,, the hearts of hungry Europeans and prove to them that all the, meaning of the presents bulance call now and when be your Court non her, Intention Jam. Alfred to legally Hughes adopt, a .re.
men, all over the world, are basically good and never beyond That In every home abound. returns I will go to the store and minor.You are required to appear on of Fun. ., f ft
post office. I have the Christmas
the emotion of sympathy when others are suffering.The What's the meaning of the gladness the 27th day of December A. D. a
t tree up. Don made a wood holder 1947. and show cause If there bo
train's history so far has been a heart-warming for It so It can stand In wean any that you have, why an Orderof
of American generosity. The railroads charging O'er the childish faces found T Adoption should not bo entered
'i 1 saga are of cold water. It Is a tall spruce
nothing for the use of th ir facilities. A conductor offeredhis Chorus: tree and stands on the floor by a
services free, and Tampa trainman sent the equivalentof long book casa. I have) it trim- CHUK-t-rrS Give
a day's pay. And so on, down the line. Merry merry, merry Christmas med In colored balls and tln el. 'V luniut M. Smith
r ,All this is well and good. The Friendship Train will The merry time, the merry I[ have lights that bubble and
serve its purpose as an ambassador of good will, but the aid- time of Christmas. flash In a lovely manner. I lovea BOARD M O T O
I Pleasant merry, ancient Christmas tree and Christmas would note
to-Europe program is big enough for every man, woman, and
child in America to have a part in it not just those who > Christmas without one. Our
Growing younger every year. boy will enjoy it too,
even thoughhe
happened to be along the route of the Friendship Train. Is a senior In college. I have @
Suppose your family were hungry suppose they had This Is an old song that I taughtto red wreaths la: the windows. One
been living on critically short rations for time School class of
a long sup- my Sunday has a light In the mortuary. I
pose the future was filled with the prospect of even less Junior boys and girls. I think I have several packages already
: food. What would you do? You would get food somehow have ten that come every Sun- under the tree.. Digger Is very
rt by whatever means you could. This is the problem of the day. I love those children. ] much Interested In the tree and
people of Western Europe am a very busy person but I II pulled some cotton from the foot

?-$t .. ....-.- .. ___ __ __ ..... ..... ..... ......M. ......""" ",,, until I explained he must let It Here is the gift with a thrill .
iM r.'ar"ngri"r te RrgGr W Ltit L i WgAf.7i 7d'7i and the packages alone. He Is
a smart dog and learns the gift that never ceases to be
I QGl quickly
iJ J NOTICEThese J 1 I knit him a sweater of blue wool: thrilling! Its the motor he would likely
i-; J I SAPP'S Are Very Low STARLINGS' f, and when we go out walking he< V s 4tt choose above all others for -the motor( with a
SPECIAL PRICES I proudly wears his sweater and I 38-year reputation quality features, faithful -,
of course wear my fur coat. Can WES .. performance utmost starting ease.
And WeCfIRiSTMAS Will Offer
f In
9 you just Imagine Digger and I For years the demand for Evinrudes has
STORE E Them To You Through GROCERY't walking? : 'Hmi! I last j alit git ny Angel far exceeded the supply. We now have a

\ EVE Had such a nice card and note : _Fsor/. --.!-."."'tl--!-'-'chi'-'chi"1! limited number for Christmas gift selection
If OWNERS from Mrs. J. W. White, bless her Coll early to avoid disappointment!
600( E. 10th St. Cor. Call & Cherry dear heart. She STARK .
Joe S. & Volley Starling says she reads
>1" .. r ... ; .r.... .. .6 Mrs.Clay Hill Cox and of Miami enjoys this column. AND LAUNDRY I : .. e ._ .-=. .'1.-.e......&..
she tried
Whole or Half Pork Conway's Dixie CrystalSUGAR << the pumpkin pie recipe and they I FHOiTC It GREEN HJUDIXC' :
were delicious. I have lovely letters I )r SMITH'S GARAGE STARKE Fl
r { I CRANBERRY IFactory << from Mrs.. Etta' Fowler at r ,
} I HAMS Hawthorne who also reads Clay
1 I' SAUCE Hill. I am BO glad to hear that i
>> Pack 0 some like my recipes. Some of
them have been
handed down to IifrBOIIESTMANKNOWS

''ii |J- 49c I Ibe 2 for f 27c 5 IBs. 47c i me Hill.I by have my five folks.letters from Clay

__ 'gathered corn Bell Mosley In most wrote places) me Is

READ 3 Doz. << a grade nice this letter.year.She I la believe In the there 9th

,; Oranges SOC are & In the ninth.
't I 19 GI her brother Donnie Mosley.
George Sculley Jr.. John David

:J ettle Gibbs Catsup 19cREAL r CELERY, ea. 14c'ffJ fie I Wilkinson Christmas am that so says happy, card and, "I for from William still them.Hazel love Mosley.Lovely you.Grif."

That brought tears to
srrpsss my eyes. I
love them so much. Letter from
Good Chuck IiiyT FlneR Lula Mae .
Mosley-they t.
S. i 'InK r In the work- nbr
TAI MILK patch and

0 A S T Pie Filling have lays If berries It does at not Christmas.frost they Some will

have made theli' fruit cakes and
2 for 25c have In the presents.I .
32c Jb. 2 for 13c f always dust my pie pans with

Hour or grease them and your
pie will not stick. If a berry
: bolls over, slip. another old pie .oJ,
IJ'sCoffe-Re Shop .
R COFFEE 2Jbs. Tic '!' %

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ldlon..cI FOR Fruit Cake t OSW ,

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MATERIALS >, assslt a tTt1e, t yt ,
.} Coafectlonees XhL X Sugar 23c ,

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I, 25 lb. Rag. : LINDY LI.aION PEEL G. F. ODOM M .


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I 19 I 159 2 cans 27 lOc Pkg. ..AND RETAIL,

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Be Quick.To TreatBronchitis
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\{\ IVhelehem is the scene of Cod's greatest Rift to man-His beloved Son-"The 17 # w.l
Gift of Gifts all other gifts in one". ,
Bethlehem is the scene of the angel's: glad message: "Fear not: for behold. your Chronic cough bronchitis chest cold may or acute develop brOIl-It / /
1 I bring you good tidings of great joy. which shall be to all people. chills Ia not treated and you cannot
For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour which Is Christ cine afford less to take chAnCe with any medi
I the 'Lord" (Luke 2: 10-11). p which goes potent right than to the Creomulslon seat of the
Hut Calvary is the scene of the finished work of the Saviour. There the Infinite 1) trouble to help loosen and expel germ PLEASE return
1 price of our redemption was paid in full! And what a price that was! soothe laden and Phlegm heal raw.and tender aid nature,Inflamed to empty boWM prompt1'
> Hut the Gift itself is free-It is for you! Will you accept it! -now? bronchial mucous membranes.
tAs many as received Him to them gave lie power to become the sons of God, P creosote Creomulslon blends beechwood
iJ, even to them that believe on His name. (John 1:12) time tested byspecial medicines process for with coughs.other : t Aikfor it tlther way foth

.. It contains no narcotics.: : tra e-marks mean the
I r 6 .. No matter how many medicines tame thing.SOTTUD .
you haft tried, tell JOUr druggist to ...
Merry Christmas To All! ; sect the you undlntandln a I bottle of er-ntubllon you must like withes the UNDI AUTMOilTT' Of THI COCA-COIA COMPAHT ar.
way It quickly allays the cough, per- STARKE COCA-COLA
ijc c c c etac 5 t InlttlnR "' & and sleep or YOU are to COMPANYtAGE
here:your money back (Aga c-CM tam
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laneous hower. holster.
The Center was attractively
Louise and Stephen Kelly
decorated with holly and poln-
and Mrs. Theo Dyal and children Be&t 'kIi4I J.qt
settlas. The honoree received
Mr*. Paul Stewart attended the Santa Claus
By . many useful gifts.Refreshments parade In Gainesville last week.C. .
t. of cake and B. Kelly haa enjoyed several A Section
U.\SEO.U8 ambrosia were served to the 43 tUpU 1
deer expeditions to the
Aruby Haten, a recent guests by the hostesses Mrs. O.
p Ocala National Forest Lloyd
honored Wednesday B. .Colson Mrs. R. E. Hazen
'r. WSs and Maurice Dyal have killed a Agaht ICIf' utr.I tin
Dec. 10, at the ComItY Mrs. B. F. Hazen, Mrs. Earl
moon deer apiece there this season.
Center with a m18 el- Green, and Miss Lubedia Pin- Seai_', Crretimgt to0tb ro
Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs.
Earl Green were shopping: In of;you. May tbitCbrtttmtt
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Gainesville Monday.The bt
CONWAY' STATION Brooker Baptist Church f t! proiptrout.Place .yourmott
Is holding Its annual Christmas
I phone 147 -. Temple Ave Starke Fla. program and' tree on Sunday, Your Order Now For Your
1 f WASHING POLISHING -+ WAXING Dec. 21, at 6:30: p. m. Everyone TURKEY. For Your Choice We
GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDING Is invited to attend. Will Have Western Toms and Hens Medium or Large Also Local Florida

AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES conducted Rev. Lee church Willis services of Palatka Sun- ,u" ,-,. Turkeys at The Very Best Prices -."u- .--.
BATTERIES $7.95 up EXCHANGE day at the Church of God. PRICES GOOD FROM; DEC. 19 Til HOUGH DEC. 21

TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE Mr. and Mrs. T. W ..Markeywere -- . . .. .. _. .. ._' '' -..- '"-- -. .- ..
Tuesday.Mr shopping. in Gainesville BAKE RITE A Perfect Shortening 1
and Mrs. Lessle Green and For Raking & Pastries 3Pound Can J. ..09Blue
Mrs. John Cone were shoppingin
Let us repaint and repair Gainesville Monday. r" V" ""
your old Bicycle. We'll make Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Miss Bunny No. 1 Can Armour Star lb.
SSi it like new. Also new and Iva Mae Lewis were In Jack-
7 sonville Monday on bualnecs. Fruit Cocktail 23c
used Bicycles for sale. Shortening 35cTastes

. .
. .. Like Fresh No. 2 Can Qt. Bottle

SHOE New RiverAND Orange Juice lOc Savo Bleach
REPAIRonger lOc

By Jennie Lee Lazenby Monarch Glass Jar Armour's Target Brand Can
; Wear Thru Expert Repair . .
For Old Shoes Spiced Crabapples - 29c Corn Beef 49c
There will be a community
Christmas!' Tree at the Long Del Monte Class Jar Fancy Imported 5 ('
BIGGS & BAKER Bridge Christian Church Wed 8Z. kg.

nesday evening, Dec. 2(. All the Spiced Peaches 43c Pitted ,Dates 17c
llOS W Call St. Starke, Fla. people of the community are -
cordially Invited to attend.
Sunday School at Long Bridge: Ocean
Spray Can Chiffon l) '
will be at 3 p. m. from now on. kjj.
Prayer Meetings will bo held Cranberry Sauce 23c Flakes
- Soap 29c
Even Santa Claus Would Be around In the different Instead homes -
on Monday nights now
of at the church. Next Monday Georgia No. 21-2 Can
To Find How Armour StarPureLARD
Surprised lb.
night It will be at the home
Gifts For - - 25c 37c
r Many Lovely - -
Floyd, Wiggins hall been busy .
( 5. Everyone May Be Found AtTYUS' grinding cane In a big way. He '. :' _. -. ., 'c.. '", .
had two boilers going from before -
day until late at night for OCEAN'CREST PINK
two weeks. His mill Is run by
tractor power and It dopun't require '
L Hose much time to turn out 2 I

.. Hat Shirt. big boiling patch of to juice.grind.He still has a Salmon 49.c Cigarettes 1.75 !

Dresses Mrs. Reddish Andrews -
Mr. and
e .. Tie Lingerie I Myers.were recent visitors to Ft. .... .r.r3JIII.: :-: ...""""' w J;-..':.:::_::...::;,;:..: '.:..-_..::.v. ..I"-: .: ji"llirItiI"iIf1.: ...-....-- _JUY '

.. Bath fhi-nllle Chenille Robe Oath Spreads Sets. I where moved The they Earnie to Charley will Southerlands farm Welch's]next place year.have RED DELICIOUS A P P L E S Z Ib,. 25ci

.. Gift; SetsToys flu Frank last week.Merritt was nick with I .. ,. .. .., ". ,. .. ,.. ." ,,
for the Kiddies

These Are Just A Few Gift Ohio Howard R. Is Hammond visiting.DoleJs his this of mother week.Cleveland Mrs.He!, Crisp Celery, stalk -' 15c :IIl'.ilS Lettuce for - 25c I

E. .... .. ,, .
Suggestions. Come In And will retuurn next week to enter I r "" "j fjfjj ff 9rrxrr-frf--rr\\ I..."
where he Is a student -
Fenn College
See The Many Others On Display of engineering. I5S7 BIO
doz. 20c
and Oranges JUICY Tangerines doz. lOc
Mr. and Mrs. John Spear -
'son, John Freeman, spent the .., .. .r r .. r ,,... .. r" ..
night with John Freeman'sgrandparents "" "
f I Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Fine For Cooking Fresh Kentucky

Bora ALL DAYTITCRSDAY "Aunt"to Johns her, bed Belle recently.of Johns late. Is confined York Apples, 2lbs. - 25c BEANS, Ib. - Wonder23c

Lacy Johns and Romey Johnsof '

t.MIL XMAS O / White ford Jacksonville recently High Springs on were business.We !', and in .Bran-Fort Canadian No. 1 Potatoes 10 Ibs.: "39cAll

.. ,,. .. .
now have on a hand a full v ,.. ,..., .. ",. v.
line of office supplies, pens, hinds Ib. +.--.--.--------- Fancy ('aur, NmillfnRAISINS .. .
IM-nrllM, Ink, paper typewriter
,ibbon.., etc. Bradford County 'NUTS 39c '
Telegraph. .;, EXTRA SPECIAL 15cFancy 1

-- -- - 3. Funry Pitted 8 oz. ikK. ALL OUR CLACK FRUIT
t CVIo Lb. 1'fcff.

:. PEANUTS 22c
Imperial LEMON PEEL CHERRIES' Fancy Dig f.b



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Tender Juicy

\ Chuck ROAST lb. 45c
Swift's Fancy Jlocklefl.'I -
See 52c '. Smoked
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Santa Claus Supply ,K Fresh Pork Hams, lb. 52c Meat' Neck Bones, lb. 25c

& Auto
At The Farm, Home lb.
Mild or Aged IJAISY Fresh Ground

Gifts For All Members Of The Family CHEESE 49c HAMBURGER, lb. - 35c

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January, with bridge beginning a t Johnston and granddaugnter, CONSTRUCTION PAPER, 9* Pk ". Bradford
CLUBS Glee Club Heard 12 assorted colors 12 1-: cents I County T
I SOCIETY and 10:30 and luncheon being serve d Jean Alice Johnston. Dr. and I graph.
By Woman's ClubIn at 12:30.: Mrs. DuBose will visit two daughters -

Yule ProgramThe Mrs J. Warren Kaufman, Chair at Cella, Texas.
Mrs. Scott HostessAt Roberta Whitfield man of the Department of Edu Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen POWER BOATS Taw
Woman's Club of Starke cation was In ,charge of, the interesting spent last weekend at his homeIn BOATS oiled EAll si! an

Lovely LuncheonMrs. Weds Mr. Seigler met Wednesday, December 10, It program for the after Jacksonville, Skiff. Utilities. Runabgp

the club house, where Christmas noon. She Introduced C. S. Par Visiting at the home of Mr. and Cruiser
W. A. Scott entertaine d Miss Roberta Whitfield, daughter ,6 to
Whit decorations were used, creating i tin, principal of Bradford High and Mrs. W. A. Scott last week- long. Speed 42 I
of Mr. and Mrs Bryan
luncheon Up to
Wednesday with a lovely School addressed member Scott' brother-in- 45
field of the State Farm, and Yuletide atmosphere. Large bas who end were :Mrs. lD.P.b
at her home on Tempi, Milo Seigler of Granltvllle. S. C.; kets of poinsettlas graced the on the subject of education, his I law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Walter ALL INQUIRIES WILL, BE ANSWERED PROMPTLY! ..
I Avenue honoring her mother an d were united In marriage Wednesday piano and each end 'of'the stage,, theme being "What la Educationand Glatzau, of Deland. FULLYBARNETT *'.n

Ister, Mrs. W. F. Babcock an I afternoon, Nov. 26, at 3:3C: and on the desk of the presidentwas What Doe ., it CoverT" He Mr. and Mrs..J. A. Martinez returned -

Mrs. F. V. Kent, visitors fro:I o'clock in ichriat Episcopal placed an artistic display of quoted the philosopher John Thursday of last week & LAMB BOAT CO
holly. A large silver Christmas Dewey, who once said "Education N. T. where they
White, Church, Monticello, with the Rev., from Rochester FOOT OF GILMORE
y' Canada; Dorothy Mr. Hardman officiating. tree, trimmed in bright green Is every experience one has from enjoyed several days' visit with Phone 7.7101
bride-elect, and Mrs. John Mixon wool l glass balls,' stood on the stage. birth until death". relatives following: Martinet' release JACKSONVILLE FLORID,
r The bride wore a rose
t whose marriage was an event o The began with a .
and meeting One purpose of education, MrPartln from a Naval Hospital in
suit, with black accessories,
a ,,November.1. of white car' lovely group of Christmas ''selec said, la to "preserve our Philadelphia Pa., where he un-
Guests were seated at a largldining t nations. a nosegay tions sung; by the BHS alee Club social order and carry on the derwent an ear operation several CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE:
+ table overlaid with ex. Jars. A. Z. Adkins, Chairman of Ideals which make our_c1vUtzation weeks ago.TUIman SASH DOOJR8 PAINT HARDWARE
qulslte lace. The center of th I Miss Helen Whitfield, sister of Department of Music, introducedMrs. What it Is, and enable U9 to work R. McIntosh, who is
adorned with an artls'. the bride, was maid of honor. She L. A. Canova who directed .
was together aa a community" employed with Bishop Theatresand Most
tic floral arrangement of aarclst l wore a blue wool suit and her the students and announced the Mr. Partln stressed Individual Amusement! Company of ANNIS i I
and red roses placed in a dalnt;y, corsage was of pink carnations. numbers!, sung Inthe following attention to the student as beingof Panama City, Is home to spendthe Everything J Try ('.

1 ,I white scalloped bowl, on either: Walter Yawn served aa best order: great Importance in. providing Christmas holidays with his For Those
aide of which reposed single red I man for Mr. Seigler, and Miss "Today There la Ringing" .- high school children with the family and friends. To
I., candles in silver holders. Whitfield was given in marriage F. M.: Christiansen proper type of education.One Misses Dorothy and Carl White Build BUILDING SUPPLIES Han

Following luncheon, Mrs. Scot tI: by her father. 1 1I "Lullaby of the Bells" -Gus- big problem of schools now, Mr. and Mr*. W. F. Babcock, INC. I

4 presented each of the honored I A program of nuptial music' tav: Klemm Mr. Partin said, ia in preparing Mrs F. V. Kent and Mrs. W. A. Repair 1036-1048 W. Main St., South T* Get
with gifts. of unusual charm. was rendered by the church orIlantit "The Virgin's Slumber Song"Reger students not only for college work Scott spent Tuesday in Gaines Gainesville hemsItensodel
'Or Florida
, and'Miss Virginia Sewellof Geckers
; i t. Those present to share this de / but also to provide for the large ville.
Starke sang "0 Perfect 1.o.e.1 'Gesu Bambino" Pietro A. percentage who for various reasons I. H. Hazen of Jacksonville enjoyed PHONE' In -J 118
'Mr. and Mrs. Seigler are Yon, featuring Donald Shull as visit last weekend at the
will not.-get,. to college. In a P. O( Box 63
siding at Montlcello where baritone soloist. of his brother-in-law and
re-I home
FOR THE LOVELY the latter group are included
I Is a member of the Following the delightful renditions
Seigler slow learners, many of whom are sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mc-
LADY tlcello High School faculty. Mr., of the Glee Club, the business forced out of high school before Kinney.Mr. VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANTMEET
Seigler Is a student at Florida I meeting was held, presidedover graduation due to the fact that and Mrs. P. I. McLaurin AND EAT AT ROY'S
p IN YOUR LIFE State University in Tallahassee. I by the president, Mrs. R. they are unable to comprehendsuch spent Sunday afternoon at the Good Food Soda Fountain

A. Green, who announced that at subjects as algebra, trig home of Mrs. McLaurln's sister, Rest Rooms For Your Convenience
llghtful occasion with the hostess. the: executive board meeting a onometry and geometry. These Mrs. F. R. Pittman, in Staten-
and honorees were: Mrs. Carrie I committee consisting of Mrs. Ad- students, though unable to I vIDe, Ga.
Ward, Mrs. Olin White, Miss I kins, Chairman, Mrs. K. G. Dun- "breeze through" such subjects

Carol White, and Mrs. W. A. can and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell these, have, in , ,
to assist Mrs. R. as may actually r'AIYIPYIIIIIIII,- IIIIIY411I, IWAIYOWNIWI, ulllllll4p' ""/" ""11I11I'1"1"11I'11"11I1111"11',11'11I1,1":1',111'1"1"1111"1' ' / I :'' 1"1"1111111111111"1'11111111"11"11'11"111111I11.1"111I1111' ." 1111111""'''mWhispering '' i, ";'
Stern. was appointed
other ways, superior Intelligence A
A. Weeks with her duties as X q
to those who make the grades
SPECIAL NOTICEA House Chairman. Mrs. W. R. t
with flying colors. "Success or
photographer will be avail- Morse announced that she and
failure of high school programs Pines
able to take pictures Christmas Mrs. H. H. Young have procured depends on what will be done to
morning. If you wish to have a large gas beater for the I meet the needs of that group".
pictures made, please make an library, they having been recently Mr. Partin said.Following MEMBER AMERICAN MOTEL ASS'N. .

appointment now, aa only a limited appointed aa a committee 'to I his address, members
number can be taken. Hollywood provide for this need. enjoyed a social hour, during ,. 3Y:3: MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.'S. 301, STATE 200
Camera & Gift Shop. i Mrs. Green announced further which the following hostesses -
that at the Board meeting nine served delightful refreshments:
members of the Chamber of Com- Mrs A. F. Sauls, Mrs.- E. D. Ten-I i
GIFTS merce were present in the interestof T. H. Osborne Mra C.
ly, Mrs. Tourist Court Restaurant
GIVEH1MCLOTHING I organizing a Tourist Club In F. Ward, Mrs. John Uglow Mrs
' FROM LEILA'S Starke. W. H. Nollman addressed :
Ruth Mrs. W. J. Church-
members of the board at that j
well, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs.
aA There was a time, in days of time asking cooperation from theWoman's A. Hartmann, and Mrs. Eula DINNER SERVED FROM 6:00 TO 8:00: P. M.
61 old, when the fond husband or Club as well as all Whlgham. 1

I; hopeful suitor must travel afar other civic organizations and -
L to: find a gift.worthy of "the churches. At the club meeting .
1 light of his life" But nowadays Mrs. J. W. Kincaid made a motion O
>. all your troublesome giftroblems that "the club go on record Local News I ; .
as giving full cooperation as a
> are by Just one .
club to tho Chamber of Com .
\ quick visit to Leila's at
your convenience merce for organization of a Mrs. D. Wv Moore left Tuesday' Drop In After The Theatre
d; Tourist Club", In the interest of morning for Jacksonville, where

Gathered here In one fabu- civic betterment. The motion she will Jbe joined by her brother- And Try Our
I r.I' I oua array for your personal was boconded by Mrs. Morse, and in-law and sister, Dr. and Mra.J. I .

selection are Costume Jew- The Practical Gift tho club voted as a whole to back C. DuBose of Vero Beach. SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN !
the project. will plane to Houston, ,
elry from the smartest shops They go by .P'', ..... .
K Mrs. Kincaid announced that where Mrs. Moore will 14. -
along Fifth Avenue Pine Texas,
I Necklaces, Chokers, Earrings, Sport Shirts Ladles Luncheon Day will be re- spend the Christmas Holidays or a \
Bracelets, and Compacts sumed on the third Wednesday in with her daughter, Mr*. Daisy *

f'; In our wide selection you're --- -- SANDWICH ORIENTAL I.
,.'i;1 sure the most to find fastidious something to lady please- z Men's Clothing I .,

young or old 3 III At V AREZ' STORE i 1894 I INI INIc q- I

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Then there are our lovely
Ethel-Lea-Nore'Sachete. Faaci-
a Hating Jewel Boxes, Perfume !
Settles of fragile beauty, and DIXIE MOTOR COURTand Reservations Taken For Parties

Dresner Sets that are "out of RESTAURANTNow t
.his world" Small decorative .m"rvisin.osimnnzmenamomsousianetnaonamemoeomiryinemimn' ''' ''''' "" mmo"sm'"nnim",imenhmemisnhnmiimnn-mmnsmia' ",",, 111I111I1''ll11ll11nnlllllll"'IIIIIIII1I"'III11'' '"II
: Trays Linen Handker-
Under New
chiefs Handkerchief Folders for

for the traveller, Silk and Wool d ar'a p 5 Robt. W. and Erna Metzger
Scarvoo. I\nd< hundreds of other

personal items > OWNERS

The very young folks aren't GENUINE'r

forgotten, either We carrya AH Sizes Colors The DIXIE VARIETY STORE .... 1
large variety of gift Items for
Has A Limited Supply of Gifts
children of all ages 2.95 up FORD PARTSSome
A' gifts for boys or girls .., .. 4 .. and Toys Suitable for Christmas
Small dolls. books, rattlers, ..
l caps, shoes bootees, and the SWEATERSALL MH M WMM M toM Replacement Parts for FORD Automobiles Have Been Impossible
! Animal Circus Children's 702 706 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla, ;: ,
;t stationery In colorful designs ". to Secure for Many Months. We Wish to Announce That

A, .. '
These Shortages Are
Declining Daily.
,. rCandles .

Hurricane Ice

Pitchers with stirrers and glass HAVE IT!

Console Sete Stationery forteenagers / -
and grownups rah Men's & Ladies .

Xmas Seals. and Xmas Papers Genuine FORD BATTERIES$13 up
for wrapping BLANKETROBES ; ea

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Beautiful Silver-plated Can-
dlesticks, Compotes Bon Bon
Dishes, Flower Bowls, Water $$65
Sets, and Cocktail Sets 3.95 4.95 d Spotlights i5 -

Table Lamps', Men's Lamps, .
Ash Trays Cigar Boxes and and 5.50Men's FORD I
Cigarette Boxes Bridge
Card, single and double decks ....
0.--- - -- : 12.50 Ford MOTORS
Uso packed single and doubleIn WOOL Fog Lights -

leather cases for gifts Wool Lounging Robes
4.95 up 13.95 & 16:95 Set Installed "6" or "8" -
Antiques, and the fine gifts .. .. ... r -
.., Ford Truck Wheels
for the Christmas table in dessert BOTANY & ARROW < --- ------- -'---.0Children's Ford Car Wheels
plates and bread and but- '

ters Crystal Punch Bowls TIES In Gift Boxes ROBES at 1.98 DOOR & WINDSHIELD GLASS REPLACED

with cups Fruit Cupettes, Hundreds of Patterns +,-.,.._.._._?..?..?- ,,, .. ,- 1-, .- ,-,...,........-,,.-?-*-
Demitasse the collectors Cups and. Saucersfor $1.00 to $2.00 BIG REDUCTION on Ladies', Men's OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT Equipped To Recondition Your

and Children's SWEATERS Old Motor To Give You Many More Miles of Satisfactory Service
A lovely line of Slips, Gowns,
and Robes .'. Also a beautiful Other Gift Items < -. _?_... ,_!!_?_._?_.? !! ...! TI. ,. ,, L,. ?-,-. I. -O
Une of Ladies Wearing ApparelIn

short, we have a distinguished \ ALL LEATIIEU BELTS COAT SUITS & COATS Andrews Motor Co.
gift for the baby,
bride, man. wife, sweetheart, BED ROOM SUPPEnSMEN"S +__, .11 .. !.-,_._ -,. l-.ll- -,- !- ,_?.-.--.- g
or friend Come in and see ROBES Numerous Other Gift Items Not
for yourself MEN'S FITTED CASES Mentioned Come In And See
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1T of LOCAL NEWS Orle Wiggins spent Thursdayof Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas had Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns, Mrs. C. A. .
:1 I BITS I IAmy last week In Atlanta where as i weekend guests their son, Knight and Mrs. J. E. Powell a ra aa ca irt a ra la w .

Mr. Wiggins attended a Ford Arch Jr.. their daughter, Miss were In Valdosta, Ga., last Fridayon .tJ .
r Dealers' meeting of the Jackson- Clarice Thomas of Gainesville, business
I ) Coburn returned Sun- J. H. DuPre was visiting Wednesday vllle-Charlotte-AUanta branches. and Miss Jean Snod rasa of Mayo. Mrs. Carl Johns, Mrs. A. W. ,
Seattle Wash., where of last week at the homeof Christmas Dance I
fIolII months' visit Mrs. Mae Edwards, Miss Elaine Children's DI'M88II. Sweaters, 'Redgrave and Mrs. J. A. Marlines
several his father
enjoyed brother-in-law and sls- and Mrs. J. and mother Mr. Edwards James Cannon and Al- Skirt*. Blouses, Socks Fan**..., spent the day recently In Gaines I
E. DuPre. In Live
per Mrs H. A. DeWater bert Kruse will enjoy the Christ and Shoe., at the SMART ville.Miss ; ;
)?lr. and Oak.HOOVER mas Holidays at the home of Mr. SIIOPPE. Marjorie Davis Is now at
doily- Sales & Sen'Ice. The and Mrs. Elbert M. Edwards and Miss Mildred .Hundley, and Mr. the home of her parents, Mr. andMrs. 1 SPONSORED OY y
ends of Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon only outlet for genuine parts. baby son, Bobby in Daytona and Mrs. Reese r..dley And children R. J. Davis with whom she
S to learn that she is Phono 120. Smith's Garage tf Beach. I & Junior Woman's Club p ;
lie glad They will be joined there Clinton and J.(k Wayne of I. spending the Christmas holi
., improved following a re- Mr. and Mrs Paul Wllhelm and by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards Jacksonville were guests Sundayat days. She is a senior at FSU In 4.. MUSIC BY 8

tttack of pneumonia. Shed daughter Mrs. C. L. Streat of Jr.. of Homestead.Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tallahassee Morris Coody And His Orchestra !
t (tile home of her daughter Miami will be holiday guests of Carrie Ritch and T. J. H. Williams Charlie Parker spent Sunday in '
j L. Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Simmons.Merry Griffin were In Jacksonville Tues- Jacksonville as guest of his
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson U. S. D. BUILDING
day.Send Jr., and children Freddie, Mar mother. Mrs. Lettie Parker. ,
Ladle Robed, Bag, Dresses! J
a Hallmark Christmas 9:00: TILL -
forte and Evelyn of Monticello
3f I Sweater.. Hone and Shoe! at the' .1I
Card and you send! the finest. vlll arrive Saturday for severaldayV ,
Christmas &: A Happy New Year Complete selection at the Holly visit over the Christmas SMART SHOPPE. $1 PER PERSON

From The 4? wood Camera It Gift Shop.St Holidays ,with '::1Ilrs.-Thomson" will:Mr.haVe and as Mrs.holiday II. L.guests. Brownlee Dr., g. rGREEN'S :
parents. Mr. and Mrs F. F.
and Mrs. M. C. Sttth. and son and
PINE TREE INN i Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Colson Stump and Misses Evelyn and daughter, Jim and Sandra Beth, I
and daughter, Diane spent Tues- Lillian Stump. all of Washington, D. C., and two
One Mile South of Starke on Route 100 day In Jacksonville Miss Wanda Pearce of Tallahassee -
e sons. Bob of Annapolis and Chanof
Io Mrs. Glen Wood and Mrs. Char- arrived Monday night at Maryland University. They all
Beer Sandwiches French Fries lee Darby and children Virginia the: home of her mother Mrs. will arrive at the Brownlee homeon Grocery
Jean and Michael,
were shopping Bertha Pearce with whom she Monday, December 22.
Bar-B-Q In Jacksonville Tuesday. will spend the holidays.
I Mrs. Leonard Smith spent Saturday WEEK-END SPECIALS
Jack Halle of Jacksonville was HOOVER Sales & Sen''-. The In Gainesville

""' -"= 101.0101.0101.0101.0101.0101.0""'=> """' .",;,. .. a guest last weekend of his father oaly outlet for genuine! parts. Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr.. and son ASSOUTED
and mother Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Phone 120. Smith's Garage, tf Ben of Norfolk Va., are spendingthe CUIIIt19TDLA9 CANDIES Ib .. .. 40c1I1t18
Halle. He was accompanied to Mr. and Mra. John Christian Christmas Holidays at the< ,
Starke last Friday by Mrs. Halle sen will leave today for Wildwood home of Judge amt Mrs. A. Z,
LEST YE FORGET! and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. where they plan to spend Adkins. They plan to remain for RIB :
Visiting In Green Cove Springslast Christmas with Mrs. Christian two weeks. T BEEF STEW lb. 25c
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. sen's I ,
and ,
son daughter-in-law I I Mrs. S. W Halsten was a guest
For All OccasionsWatches Edgar Wilkinson' who were guestsof Mr. and Mrs. L.. E. Moaeley and I' Friday through Tuesday of her
Gifts Mr. and Mra J. B. Mills.Loely children. I( daughter Mrs. Paul Miller In Fresh Pork Western
Lingerie such an Bed Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre were' Miami. (Half or Whole) lb. or Native lb.
Jackets, Gowns, Pajamas, andSIIJIH In Gainesville Friday on business. Photographic Greeting" Cardmade ..
by Truzetto of Californiaand Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh from jour awn negative at HAMS 55e Pork Chops 50c
Diamonds Miss Swank at the SMART Jr., were Sunday afternoon the Hollywood Caineii. & Gift
Compacts SHOPPK. guests of Mr. and Mm. A. A. Shop. St 12-1
Friends of Mrs. R. S. McRae Ditty of Williston. Returning S. P. Hlnea of Branford was i a
JJJ/ Chain Sets will be glad to learn that she is home with them was little Re- weekend guest of his son-in-law
1 Pearls recuperating at her home here bt'ccIJo McIntosh who had been i and daughter, Mr. and Mrs B. T. Florida Oranges, doz. ISc
Tie Sets following a recent operation which the weekend guest of her grandparents Thomas.
she underwent at Riverside Hos- Mr. and Mrs A A. Ditty.
Bracelets pital. She returned to her home Mrs. F. K. Blackburn and son Cranberry Can Medium Size SWAN
/ And MANY MORE Too here Monday. Freddie, and daughter Lynda, of
Numerous to Mention Mrs. R. A. Thomas left Tues- Tampa and Laurette Colley, a Sauce 23e Soap lOc
day for Gulfport, Miss. where she granddaughter 'from Winter Aa BW'TARKE
will enjoy a holiday visit with Haven were overnight guests recently FL-:.
her daughter Mrs. Earl Fountain.A at the home of their One-Pound Tin Christmas rack
A JEWELRY GIFT at Christmas Time crew of five men working grandparents", Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
i with the Waters Construction Colley. They returned Sunday to Sun. Mon. Dtw. 21-22 Prince Albert 8Se
Will please your loved ones, very fine; Company recently arrived from Tampa where Mrs. Blackburn WHEN THEDALTONS ,. '
Daytona Beach and are now located and children will leave Thursdayfor
To keep them happy from year to year In Starke for the purposeof Manila to join her husband. RODE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW{ FOIl
building lines for the Florida Mrs J. M. Brownleo will be a
And cause much cherished. joy and cheer. Power and Light Co. M J. Mat- guest during the Christmas holidays Randolph. Scott, Kay FrancesNews '' Christmas Turkeys & Chickens, I
thews Is foreman of the crew. at the home of her son-in- & ShortTues. i
*. *. *. Their work will be carried on law and daughter, Mr and Mrs .. .
here for several months possibly; Earl Johnson and son, Holt, in JJt.<.. 21
a year'', according to J. H. DuPre. Jtfettcr, Ga. Free Turkey Given Away
A Gift; for DAD and MOTHER, too, I
Lacy D. Rigdon who suffered Mills Pat Lambe will leave Saturday Beat The Band
serious Injuries In an auto accident to spend the Christmas
Is the sweetest thing that you can do. near Macclenny! on Nov holidays with Mrs. Mary Con Frond' Langford

22, Is slowly Improving In St.Luke's nelly and John M. Connolly InWhet'ling. News & Short Dec. At '
Come see our GIFTS, from Watches to Rings, Hospital in Jacksonville. I'
W. Va. -
Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jackson We Mr. and Mrs. W F. Corneliusand
Compacts, Pearls, and many other things. ville will be a guest this weekend little son, Bill and Mrn. G. R. DOUIILK FEATURE: 24th 4 P.M.I I

of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss King of Waycrosa, Ga, were "W"
*. *. Luclle Mitchell. TharAll
guests Sunday at the home of Mr. Way Up
Friends of Mrs. R. H. Boree, and Mrs. A. A. Walnwrlght. I

Ard when the package is opened on Xmas morn who was the former Miss Oussle Miss Marian Brown who Is a Star test ASK FOIl PARTICULARS!
Mae Bennett of tariff!, will regret student at FSU In Tallahassee I

With hearts aglee and memories reborn, to learn of the serious illness of arrived Wednesday to rpend the HOLLYWOODBarn '
her little five-year-old daughter. Christmas holidays at the homeof !
That precious thought that always will leave, Iris Lynn In St. Luke's Hospital, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DanceKrnvnt
Jacksonville where she Is suffering Clifton rown. 9 GIVE HER THIS BEAUTIFUL
That it's better to give than it is to receive. from scarlet fever. Mrs. Bo Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe were : Tubb Helen lloyceNews
ree now resides at 2333 Orion In Jacksonville Sunday:
Street In Jacksonville. Miss Madge Brownlee of Montreal I Frl. Hut. ..: !><.<.. 20 i'D01.ULE '-'' I STROMBERG-CARLSON RADIO J
N C., will arrive Saturday
\Harley F. StrongGift SPECI\L NOTICEA to spend the holidays with her : FEATURE:
photographer will foo available -
to take pictures. Clirlntma parent Brownlee.Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Devil ThumbsA This Christmas

morning. If you wIMi to have Mrs. A, A. .
Headquarters In Jewelry Walnwrlght. Mrs.A.
picture' made, please make an RIDELawrenrn
O. Andreu and Miss Hannah
137 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. appointment now, as only a limit Swindell were In Gainesville Tues TlrrnejrCode t ( \4
e A. Of The
Z. Adklns was recentlya
visitor to Oalne-vlllr,' where she
? enjoyed hearing Handel's "Mes WEST I A"A"t

Christmas Specials! 'K siah", at the University of Flor Jan. Uarivn Itebra Alden
9 ida. She wan art overnight guestof
Serial & Short
Mrs. Jack Briggs I II
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TOYSPrices >r r a -.

Come In And See! gO 'tl..' l? (", '

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I Steel WAGONS fe g ., .
>> (fi I 0 TRICYCLES ,

, 6z-$ 1.1f :I. Baby ASSORTED Rockers SIZES. e ,I? i E I For'HIM: .L r 11or r-HER -, f fQ

Chairs'J cP
Q PRACTICAL Hi ea" Ties Dresses .

PRICES - ---- Socks G
l '. ,Coats

CEDAR & nOPE'D 9Iti >> Belts Suits 2 MA I'FLOWF.It.1nft Console. Ibullo-Phonograph. Boautlfusly -
4 CHESTS US G Sport Shirts Shoes! J .b Proportioned. and Constructed.landRubbed Mahogany .
Chnnt-on-Chmt Cabinet Height 83", Width S3",
, 7-WAY FLOOR : 1 Key Chains Bedroom Slippers J lleptli 18". KhfMknminted ChaMl: II" Speaker. Htan<..

LAMPS . 17.95EASY LARGE \>J Tie Chains! Slips 'S aril Broailraoi Two FM Bands l Selector-hJte Rdge-llghtMl
, I AND g J Ulals. Tunn C'untrol. Hullt-ln \olvnnM Autmatlo< Record J
CHAIRS l 9.50 t" Trousers Panties I' ('hanger. lluxhml-l'wlnt " I SMALL, P Bedroom Slippers Sweaters Cabinet, Access front Front. No. 1210 PIJtI. 1

I ROCKERS PLATFORM- 49.95 o- ..__ ..... ___ .. ...... ---0)/ iJ Shoes Hap G ONLY $330ON I
Hats Costume Jewelry
SUITS 59.50 .. .... r- ... I GIVE Ft'IlMTVKK:

it RADIOS .. .. 19.95 Sealey Mattresses 49.50 FOR CHRISTMAS G We Carry A Complete Line of Radios g

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w" da Baptist Churches scheduled for as their guests Sunday Mr. and holidays, reopening on Monday, several month; in and around Mrs. W M. Joplin..
I Baptist Churches To Take Special Offering Sunday, December 21, will pro- Mrs. O. L. Shaw and Joe Shawof Jan. 5. The children' program Gadsden Ala., has returned to Lamar Brown,
Children's Home LaCrosse. will be presented at 1 o'clock his horn, here.MI' Son of
Sunday Dec. 21 For New vide a substantial portion of that Florrie Belle
Md Mrs. Sylvester N. ,
.. amount. After an extended stay with Friday afternoon, when parentsand i Is fecal
aUng at
When Florida Bap tints com- where physical facilities of the Success of the campaign would Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, friends are Invited to be Hess anil family of HamptonLake ter home this wee k,
present Home have been out- Mrs. present. The School Auditoriumhas moved this week to Sun a ten days' illness
plete their new Children's Home mean a cheering Christmaai gift J. B. Caldwell has returned -
at Lakeland they will have one grown. Although many featuresof for the 150: youngsters now being to her home In Ocala. Mr. been recently repainted, Gardens Tower, near Green Cove W. A, Scott of Starke
of the most modern child welfare, the Lakeland, plant will be cared for by the Children's and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and and the stage remodelled. and Springs recalled as pastor of the _
establishments of the South, one different, this factor will remain Home. family accompanied( Mrs. Cald- decorated, under the supervisionof Mr. and Mrs Lynn Hall of tint Church for the forlhCOln 9
that emphasizes the need for a unchanged. The Lakeland Home tract includes well Sr to 'rOcala Saturday. the local PTA. The Improve- Dasher, Qa. spent the weeKend ,,year.. This will be Mr StQ
balanced life an well as a bal- Leaders of the Building Fund' more than 100 acres bor- Mr. and Mrs.,-3. C. Wallace ment Is one worth noting, anda here with relatives. Church third consecutive year In
enced diet for the youngsters left Campaign to raise $300,000 needed dering Lake Hunter. Building operations spent the past weekend with credit to our active organiza- Mrs. Alma Saxon, Mra. Ida adviser, as Spiritual leader ,
, In Us care. to complete the basic structures already are under; way. relatives In 'Jacksonville.Mrs. tion.The Maxwell and Mrs. J. H. Saxon
+ This theme has characterized at the new location are I spent Saturday in High Springs
Four cottages for children have, J. A. Bouvler, Mrs. H. 3-H Club entertained on
the operation of the Baptist hopeful that a State-wide offer- been completed and three more: M. Richards and Mrs. H. J. Monday night with an Informal where they visited Mrs. H. C. Acr ria s7
Children's Home at Arcadia, Ing by approximately 900 Florl- are to be built at an estimated Kucera were In Jacksonville party. After the business session Parker aid\ Mrs.. Delia Dyal. p Pr hi f,tu.,rd
.. ... cost of $50.000: to $55,000 each. Monday. At that time Mrs. Bou- sandWiches, cookies, and Little Judy Joplin of Lake Nelis. Try ts 1 Wit
The cottage plan will be followed vier attended the meeting: of the soft drinks were served. Mrs.J. .I City spent the weekend with rww,
. WHY NOT ENJOY THE BEST? throughout, and consider- Susannah Wesley Sunday School O. Adkins and Mrs. Herschel her grandmother Mrs. J. 3OQ LY e
able attention has been given to Class at Springfield Methodist Parker were the chaperones. I Guy. Mra. Guy Is spending T'r sr11r $ '
the interior arrangement of the 1,Church. Edward Saxon, who has spent week in lAke! City with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs John P. Turney
buildings. There will be a din- - - --
Ing room and kitchen In each cot- and family of Jacksonville were
tage and, in fact, each unit will dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
M. [
a.; be as nearly like a private homeas Turney Sunday.
ro.n COOKING HEATING REFIUOHKAT1ON'; Is possible to make It. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. String- I AT THE A & P AND
fellow visited Mr. a.nd Mrs.
The dormitory system of hous-
FOR' SERVICE CALL ing children has been discarded, George Manassa In Jacksonville \SHARE IN A ,E
with several other outmoded Sunday.
along '
E. T. SHULL PLUMBING & HEATING feature of Institutional hous- During the past week Mr. and
I LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 ing. No longer will there be S, Mra. P. S. Crews made business FEASTOF
10, 20 or more children In one trips to Lake City and Gainesville '
CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS ft APPLIANCE CO. room. Only two children above FOODVALUES ;

r4! PHONE 3732- TRENTON, PLA.Y the age of 12 will be placed In a . ,
room, and not more than four

.... u ... ,.._. .... ,. U 11 .. ,. tots under the age of 12 will occupy HamptonBy
W a room.

.....................- '..... Among necessary the other before basic the structures new- Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Regular Low Prices
; office . Prevail
Home begins operation are an
building, a laundry with CHRISTMAS TREE A..
equipment, a shop, and a dairy A Community Christmas Tree I
, ., I barn. These are to be made pos and Sunday School entertain- _
'. dueL i, sible by the gifts of Baptists and ment will be held on Wednesday JANE, PARKER OUR
I II Ii their friends, and special emphasis night (Christmas Eve) in LIN MARKET
is being directed by all leaders i the School AudUorlum at 7:30 DELICIOUSFruit
i of the denomination upon the o'clock. A cordial Invitation is Fresh Ground Hamburger, lb. 39c
State-wldo offering scheduled extended to all., & Nut Filled

Sunday. SCHOOL PROGRAM Center Cut Pork Chops, lb. 63c)
Recommendations of the lead-
i School will close Friday Dec.
country Ing child welfare have been agencies obtained In the to 19, for the two-week Christmas FRUITCAKE End ,Cut Pork Chops, lb. 43c

give the Lakeland Home ideal] C''
Fresh Pork Roast lb. ]
I features. But the most ideal ol 45c
! all, the Children's Home authorities FORA
' L maintain, ,IS the fact that Dressed & Drawn Fryers, lb. 62c
the Home's chief aim is to balance
/ the character and spiritual life XMAS Picnic Hams, 4.6 lb. average, lb. 49c
of the child against. his environ- 5 lb. 3.65
'I I I That well-groomed well-suited look dependson ment. Fresh Pork Liver, lb. 35c!
The preparation for life Is as GIFTWE

meticulous cleaning. We give your suits much an essential In the Baptist Mb. Cake 3-lb. Cake Meaty Neck Bones, lb. 23c
program of child rearing as food
fastidious treatment, removing all dirt and la from a physical ntandpcj.it, 75c 2.23 :
Meaty Ribs Ib.
Spare 47c
and assistance to children Is not -
I odor-preserving both the fabric and the limited to creed but Is baaed up- .-n
on the Individual need for the uDON'T'n ;
press. We are at your service always. child Bendix -.0


State FarmBy RadioA o' ORDER
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ROBT. Mrs Bryan Whltfleld Free Turkey 'L YOUR CHRISTMASTURKEY
+ Temple III .
GREEN, fll11J.Iu9: $ . e' With The Purchaseof 7 'fit
l w. Mrs Nelle Beavers of Tallas- -
Owner .. .. ... lJ4! Ave. see, Ala. arrived Saturday to eachConsole ,,
+ visit Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North. Model
t, Accompanied by his brother, TODAY!
Felton Brannen of Lake Butler,
.. .T nr_ ,_ ........ n u..... .. .. n. ._ R. W. Brannen spent the past
weekend In Loughman the SHEPHERDRadio Small Pkgs. BETTY CROCKER
I IrJJ. '-= guest of Mr. and 'Mr,. A. W.
RINSO 2 for 31c
Brannen.Mr. IONA NTn. 2 1-2 Breakfast Trays 31c

\ and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand ServiceAt PEACHES29c
sons, and Miss Mildred Beg Size LUX Golden Isle 14 1-2 Oz.

f visitors Hundley of of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. J.were M. Gay's Service<.<: Station Toilet Soap lOc .\ Field Peas, 2 for 27c|

Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. .W. H.
I Williams Sunday. Beg. Size Uncle Hen
Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler
t l O f/ were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Swan Soap 12c IONA Tomato RICE, 1 Ib. 18c
I o III IIIi Cecil McRae in McIntosh\ last
> weekend JUICE I
Large 12 Oz. Can

<< Bruce Mrs. Annie Norman IV of Norman Jacksonville and This i Dollar Swan Soap 20c No. 2 lOc Niblet Corn 19c]

I' '9 spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. -
<< H. M. Rlcharde and Mrs. A. M. Is StillMIGHTY '
" Rlcharde. Spry, 1 lb. 49c IONA No. 2 Can

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall Jr. IONA self RisingFLOUR PEAS, 2 for 25c
and family of Jacksonville were
Dexo .
: Shortening
I' Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
j J. O. Randall Sr. BIG ''3 Ibs. 1.15 :I Campbell's
Mrs' W D. Newton Is now 5 Ibs. 43c ''Tomato lIe|
Soup -
<< with her son-in-law and daughter +___ J ___
Mr. and .
Mrs. C. M. Turney.She CRISPO
KI' accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Old Santa's A Smart R. Y. Newton from Knoxville,' Black Walnut
i Pretty Guy Tcnn. to the Farm. The R. Y. ,tti'kab
He Knows That What Every Woman << Newtons were en route to their COOKIES e
P home In Ft. Lauderdale followIng t

Id Wants Most Is A Modern Home With 0'I' the a East vacation and Tennessee.Mr. trip to points. In ateGREYHOUND 10 oz. 21c G +

and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and
The Modern
Electric ,
Appliances To -- -
Mr. and Mrs. PS, Crews hadDon'ipntotf
Soft Weave Toilet E a t I
>> Make Housework Easy. 1

a ; Tissue, 2 for 23c i,,, ,.;
<< ) ,
WE HAVE THEM ssti 125 !t. Kitchen Charm
( ., Red Delicious GREEN DEANS
Wax Paper 2Sc
..Q Dealers In Norge Crosley i Remain Amazingly Low APPLES, 2 Iba. 29c 2 Ibs. 29c

Maytag and Universal Appliances Jacksonville ___.,,_..____ .80 Ann Page EMPEROR CRAPES GREEN CABBAGE

/ i << Gainesville _-________ .50 Beans, 2 for 25c 2 Ins 31c 2 ILs. Me

: St. Augustine ______?__ 1.00
I t\ Estimates on Electrical Wiring Cheerfully Tallahassee.. ...--------_--_ 2.60 No. :9 CM Doles CRANBERRIES CAULIFLOWERPineapple

d Made FREE of CHARGE But only on job* Miami _______?__?___? 5.60 Juice 18c 31.c!! Ib. 29c headCUCUMBERS
., where the best materials are to be used and g Tampa __?_____.__?_,_ 2.15 .

t\ wiring is to be done according to Fire Insurance s St. Petersburg ..._i...-__.._-._ 3.20 Ann .ORANGES
111 Underwriters' specifications. We b Oral _____________ 1.10 8 Ib. bag 29cGRAPEFRIJIT 2 Ibs. '25c

t\ use licensed, experienced electricians New York _,..._ .______ 15.93 __- -
y'd ONLY. p Cincinnati -?...:...___- 12.10 1 pt. 45c : Celery Golden Heart
U New Orleans ?_.?_. 8.15 10 lb. h.igS3cD'ANJOU :;: for 27c

[ Birmingham ___ 7.00Mrmphht -
LuyiDgAutomoLiLInauranc6 ? ?? -
WE MAINTAIN A COMPLETE : '_-._.- .:-.-_.,.. 11.00 Ann Page Ketchup PEARS TOMATOES>

Chicago _.___.-.!=!_. 16.00 14 oz. 23c ? Iba. 25c I lb. Carton 29c
1i -
St. (Louli -,- 13.90

Charley E. Johns :'M* v. Tf. fit _1t'FIfAiII Bright Sail SWEET POTATOES, Kiln Dried _Ib j
I M Itmml r.._r-

+ ELECTRIC SERVICE .& SUPPLY Phone is Agency- TSR5>c:. n.&. ..,.... $1 SUIJ8N Laundry, Bleach .A
'' *.!; TKMPUB AVR.-r:\ ,ar.AB&"n.&. 1J. ql. 13c. & .FOOD' STORE
PHONE 76 $ PHONE 147 -

I IQ 2 Bab-O, 14 07. 12c STARKE
Mprsr tins> TM.TNAVCUma,Hartford FLA.
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Church ed attendance. Join us each Baptist ChurchIn I Methodist Church PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Sunday In the study of God'sVVord. CHURCH
,i "arr<'n Kaufman, Minister keeping with the Christmas CHRISTMAS! CANTATA Oth St. and Temple Avn.Sumiiiy .
Season the Starke Baptist Church School 9:43: a. m.; Morning
Worship 11 a. m. Service at 5 The choir of the first Methodist -
Candlelight m.
Ming p. will present two Christmas programs Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic
the :
world Gospel '
perplexed Sunday. We invite the other on Sunday, December 21. Church, composed of 22 voices Services 7:00: p m. Everyone
Christ Is a ,steadying In- : will
e churches to be present. This is For the morning service at 11 present a Christmas Cantata welcome.
a To simple shepherds At o'clock the choir will sing the i "Behold Thy King". Sunday -Rev. L. J. Price, Pastor
wise kings from afar, the the Tenth Anniversary of our I II 0 Candlelight VespersAt Party Christmas Cantata "From the I night at 7:30: o'clock. Written -

ng of the Christ Child did Candlelight Service Help us to Presbyterian St. Edward's Church Realms of Glory" by Elsie Yale o by R. s. Morrison the Can- The local Pentacostal Holiness
L B joy and peace. The ser-I I make It the best. and Gerald Fraiee. Soloists will :tata contains some exceptionally Church was organized Sunday
ot the pastor will empha- We Invite everybody to attend Church Sunday Sunday MorningA be Thelma Dinkins and June Fa- beautiful music, and its presentation afternoon Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock
0,9, need of receiving anew the Christmas Morning Service tel. Blanchard Law, John Pow- I will represent the musical with the Rev. L. J, Oliver, as-
message of the Angelic I from 10 to 11 a. m. Once again the First Presbyterian special meet Ing,of membersof ell and Ray Nuernberger, accom- highlight of the year in the sistant Conference Superintendent
to 'God in the Church extends a cordial St. Edward's Church, Temple church
Glory Our young people will meet panist at the will be Mrs. program. The public Is officiating. Nine memberswere
out; Peace on Earth, Good! at the Sunday School building welcome to the public to attend Avenue, was held at the rectoryof Canova. organ cordially Invited. enrolled at this) time, and

to Men". I I at 10 o'clock on Christmas Eve Its annual Christmas Candlelight the parish on Tuesday night, The Evening Hour program will I The choir will also sing Christmas anyone wishing. to unite with,
daY School at 9i45. The and then go out and sing Christmas Vespers Sunday, December 21, at December 18. begin at 6:30: o'clock: : with the o music at the morning serv- this church may come In M a
rshlp contest has Increas carols. Join us, if you can. 5.00: p. m. Plans were made for a com- Sunday School presenting a pageant ice, and the pastor, Rev. W J. charter member up until Jan-
The program will be opened by bination Communion breakfastand "The Spirit of Christmas", I Churchwell, will deliver a seas- uary 1. Rev L. J. Price of Pa-
an organ prelude and the lighting Christmas party to be held with music by the Juniors. and :onal message latka Is pastor.
|The Old-Fashioned A of many tall white candles at the parish recreation hall for Intermediates. The Congregation I, -- -
after which the house lights will all the children in the Sunday
will sing the Christmas Carols
Revival Hour t : be lowered, thus. creating In the school classes. An invitation is during the Happy Hour at which
soft light an Impressive and also extended to all children of time Mr. Morse will be at the Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM

PRESENTSEVANGELIST memorable atmosphere of peace the parish. piano and :Mrs. Mann at the con
and quiet worship. This Christmas party will beheld sole of the Hammond.The Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One
During the first half the pro- on Sunday morning, December public Is most cordially
AL TROESTER r gram will follow somewhat the 21, following the 10 o'clockMass welcomed to these and all ser
pattern of previous years. Mem- ,
Sponsored By : bers of the Junior Choir will Mrs. Ruth Simmons, Starke, vices.There will be no Christmas'
ssJ sing "Oh, Come All Ye Children", who will be in charge of arrangement Day or Christmas Eve
HAMPTONYOUTH ; a Latin-American Carol, and will be assisted by Mrs.Helen Regular mid-week service servlc"1 PAY. NO DOWN

For CHRIST "There Is No Cradle Ready", a Wallace State Farm and held Tuesday night 7:30
Spanish traditional melody. Mr.J. Mrs. Mabel Bates State Farm, An Invitation is extended to all I PAYMENTCALL
Warren Kaufman will then offer Sunday! school teachers. to "vl it the church with the 0
HAMPTON a Christmas prayer. visiting pastor". '
For the first group the Senior I
CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Mass is held each day at 8:30a. :
Choir has chosen "Rejoice! Re- m. and each Sunday at 10 a. St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday I

7:30 P. M. joice!!" by William Byrd.Dickinson "Still m. at St. Edwards Catholic : Morning Prayer and: Shull Plumbing & HeatingSTARKE.
Grows the Evening" by -
Dec. 23 Jan. 11 o Church, Starke. Service 11 a. m Church School
and the much-loved "Jesu I _
10 a. m.Friday. :
Redemptor" by Yon, in which the FLA.
i The sacrament of Confirmation -
: Service and Bible Class I 1
solo is sung by Jean Davis Mixon. I will be administered by 7:30: p. m. I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In Following these, Mr. John Powell I Bishop Thomas J. McDonough, .
has again graciously consented to .auxiliary Bishop of tho St. Augustine -
sing "The Angels' Song" by Wilson at St Paul's
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof .
The Senior Choir continuesthe Catholic Church, Jacksonville,
The People"A program with "Carol of the at 8 p. m., Dec. 19.
Russian Children" by Gaul, "Oh Several children and adults
Holy Night" by Adam, and "Ye from St. Edward's Church will
Southern Baptist Church For All People That Have Spent the Silent be administered this sacramentat

Night" by Nikolaus. this time.
Sunday School 9:43 Training Unions 6:15 Last year the Candlelight Vespers

Morning Worship Evening. Happy Hour extended Its consideration of At The Tabernacle
11:00 7:30 Christmas to other lands and
presented customs and music ol The services at the Tabernaclewere
Spain. The Candlelight service well attended over the
(Sunday, 11:00 A. M "From The Realms of Glory" continues this plan and has de- weekend despite the Inclement: '
Cantata by Choir voted a portion of the 1947 pro weather and the more sacrifices 1 J'K Y
gram to the customs of France,, made to attend seem to bring the
Sunday 6:30 P. M. "The of Christmas"
Spirit ably presented by Miss Evelyn
'greater blessing.
Pageant by The Sunday School Stump. Music from the French Plans for Christmas observancecall ,* *

will Include two numbers, "Quand for a program Wednesday,, @6 .
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Dleu Naqult a Noel" and "Noel December 24, (Christmas Eve).
Nouvelet", both of which were This has been compiledby
arranged by Harold Geer and Miss\ Edna Noegel using Scrip- 6 Blfl Thurs.. Fri.. Sat. Dec. 18-19-2O
will be sung by the Senior Choir.In Sale 5 Wed. Dec. 22.23.24
ture, readings, and songs, and '- Mon., Tues., I
humble gratitude to Amos promises to be very Interestingand Days

R. B. Alvarez & Son R. Wells for his poem. "The Inn appealing to all ages. ? n V.. I.,
Keeper Speaks", and the Inspira- The public Is Invited to attend t. .. ,, r
tion it provided, the Senior Choir and participate In the Christmas
and a cast of carefully selected
characters will present a Christ-
Transfer & Co.
mas pageant. Continuing this Christian ChurchRev.
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comparatively short poem andextendlng
J.'M. Dixon
it to proportions'adequate -
Moving and for the traditional Manger Sunday School-10 a. m. .
Scene was the privilege of Mrs Morning Worship-11 a. m. Ask At Store For 4-Page Color Price List!

We Operate Local and Long: Distance J. Warren Kaufman, with the invaluable Evening Service-7:30: p. m. ;

Anywhere In The State of cooperation and assistance Prayer Meeting Wednesday
of Mr. Kaufman. The script 7:30 p. m. Ii I
Florida. will be read by Miss Luc lie i

Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits Mitchell. I
Members of the cast are as follows Frances) Caldwell, ahd Jimmy; j
I : The Virgin Mary Hazel Moncrief. Senior Choir member: The more you drive it,

Fields: Joseph, Barney McRae; are: Evelyn Stump, Mary Powell,
-= the Three Kings Ellery Davis, Virginia: Selly, Mary Louise Durslilmer the more you like it I arr i iI
Ben C. Holtzendorf. and Guy An- Marlon McRae, Idel
REASONABLE drews; Shepherds Charles Knight, Landrum, Vivian McRae, Hazel
charges attended with the finest of B. C. Holtzendorf Jr.,; Tiny lad, Fields, Louise Stern, Jean Mixon
sincere Serving bring to us the friend- Jimmy Preston; Angels, MargaretRose Davis, and Alice Fernandes Kauf- +.rw
ship of the great communities whichwe Duncan. Lucille McRae, man. The church wishes also to
cP serve. Mary Rivers Stubbins, and De- express Its lasting appreciation
lores Maruca. Acapella background to Mrs. E..M-Davi for her fine
music appropriate to the cooperation and artistic. organ
pageant will be provided by the accompaniments.

Senior Choir. Serving as ushers Sunday aft-
DEWITT C. JONES The Candlellght..Vespers will ernoon will be Kaspar Duncan, I
8TAR.KE PHONE 7 be brought to a quiet close as Mr. and Richard and Stephen St. .
Kaufman pronounces a
AMBULANCE SERVICE: : tion, after which the Senior Choir John.This program Is planned and ""+.

Funeral Director will fling the "Sevenfold Amen"by directed by Alice Fernanda Kauf-
Our local funeral home enables us to The Presbyterian Church again
offer conveniences and services not wishes to express its heartfelt
otherwise available. appreciation to all those whose REAL ESTATE Every mile gives added, proof of

willingness and unselfish service List. 'your property for sale.

W. furnish the 'highest:: type service at the lowest price ax4 have Special made gratitude this program is due the possible.members with me.of I have sold and many h BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTA
Issued ANY comP pieces) property vmany
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force of the Decoration Committee prospective buyers. A .
'y, as payment In part or In full on a funeral Consultation the Costume Committee and square* deal Is guarsmUwd. A moro and more Chevrolet owners are discovering, .

tan+.. no obligation. the Makeup Committee for their fair commission l. all that I re year of service mean nothing to a Chevrolet I ThIs car

splendid cooperation. Those serving quire. As a member of the hot extra strength In every part built-in ,.,ggodl.and .**
: -- on these committees were: Board be
Realty may
Mesdames W J. Chandler, H. H. assured that I you.Will representyou ; reliability the. excellence that endure It will s.rv.I .

I Young, T. H. McNelll Carrie to the beat of my ability.N. you for scorn of thousands of mile, and the. longer jrou

''I Ward, Vincent St. John Ben D. W.tlNWItiailT.. JR. ? drive H fie stronger your appreciation of its value-for
Holtzendorf W. F. Godwin Guy
i Kealtort- Phone 154 ;
Andrews, R. P. Stubbing. K. G. r .. f It possesses Big-Car durability and dependability
Duncan and J. R. Kite. Lighting WMquofed in It'field.On .
effects were created by J. R. .,.
Kite, John Godwin and Mr. W. ---
YES-IT'S AN I Let Us He Your 1 look art ... yoo .std To.cont boot.OwmM", --aaell--
ABSOLUTE FACTThat J. Chandler. "Friend In Need" OwvraM wt-rfytx .. ,ossN eft-rovno'. ,*.,._.*...11"
Members of the Prellbytt'rlanJunior tmn I I" II* IUM. II "rln.. ......?. And Chevrolet a=r+--. ,
Choir are: Margaret Rose mailer datljntutanmr w....'.-cli._.lo.v....** ..". ..e:
regardless of the hutle and Duncan, Lucille McRae, Mary During The Buiy! Holiday Toe cclort-imoflof.p.ol.try Hood Thrlft-Moiter f"" "., ::1 :
Rivers Stubbins, Dolores Maruca, Season Just Ahead o.4 oppoMnwnNl. a aloes. slaw In II* price f...9., .'- -
bustle of Christina YOUR Pre- offr himirtewt Body by wrinat ffw 1 lad OHM of "orgy
cidptlonv. will still be professionally --- -- -r=3 ....... ol lard l often.Vavlt out of very flaMon at tot .

and Expertly Compounded at

PRODUCTSSPARK The demand for new Chevrolet' turpa*..) all

CARPENTER'SYOUR onlay ma ilmumrlo previous r. PLUG: CLEANING .
,lito> by bringing'
BATTERY CHARGING ........ guard your trantportatian your
too, DOCOMO. only prevent car to us for killed service, now and atCharo1.1.4.ac.r.
Rexall Drug Store I TIRE A TUBE REPAIR; I regular Interval' pending delivery of your new
DELICIOUS!' CAKES.!' In IN UM< brtoaiyov
PHONE 64 I >MM Arm. ...v, : car. See u* for dependable, car-caving tervlc
PIES. balanced -- ?
STIRKE, FLORID1 We Also Do COOKIES-'Let U* Do of* Unttlsoo'KM "

Can Enjoy The Fun.
A Florida, RrgUtrrrtl Pharmacist LOWLST RICID LINT IN ITS MUD

On Duty To Serve You I
Lappe Bakery

Service Station SI3 W.Phone CALL 16, ST. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

Temple Avenue Phone 199
For Free Delivery

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terranean area while crvlflff aboard Mrs. Mary Whitehead Sanderson boy, Alvle Lynn, Nov. Nov. 30. 2,544 Students I '-
Matthew Howard I the light cruiser USS :Man Celebrates 8.Uh'irthday 27. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Smith
Cruise cheater AnniversaryMany Mr.: and Mrs. Jerry Lon/o Good Johns, Lake Butler, boy, Kerly Begin Holidays I W. C. T.The
Completes Tours to famous altos such all man Starke, boy, Jerry Lonzo, Wayne, Nov. 80. A two-weeks Christmas holiday .
of the friends. and rela Jr., Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs Joe Marklee Al- I
Matthew C. Howard Seaman1c Rome where Pope Pious XII helda for 2,544 Bradford County NIC'oUne
Lives of Mrs. Mary Whiteheadmet Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruce varez, Starke, girl, Martha Ann, I DJ"ol\II, i
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack special audience for the sailors, at her farm home near Rai- LeMacks, Keystone Heights, girl, Nov. 2. school children and 98 teachers or a few Cigarettes' IIIId
Howard of Route 2 Staike, has, to the colorful Isle of Capri, andto ford on Nov. 16 to celebrate her Angela Diane Nov. 30. :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mack Smith, will begin this afternoon follow- on would, the kill tongue of a fhllll
completed a four-month trainingand historical Athens, highlightedthe elght -tourth birthday anniver- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Monroe Lake Butler girl, Glenda Jean, ing the traditional home-room utos. him In firt",
good-will cruise in the Medi crul e. sary.Mrs. Blackwell, Starke, girl Mary De- Dec. 5.Mr Christmas parties.
Whitehead Is affectionatelycalled laine, Nov. 30. : and Mrs. Thomas Fisher Classes will be resumed thi'ough- <-ne Tunney,J
"Grandma" or "Aunt Mary"by :Mr..and Mrs. Clem Albert Grlf- Gaskina l, Lawtey, girl, Helen Ann, out the county on Monday, Jan- (From Florida Good y,
ofINSURANCE. the people of her community. tie Starke, boy, Vernon Dale,.Dec 7. uary 6. -
Every Branch She has lived a long and useful
life In this section, and la loved feu "VIS.. *>**! ..MilsM.M....... _"". _M.fc"' __......---.M.' _M. _M. _M._ _M.-.M. __ _"" _............1..1I ... -..........-.:. .-...
-"-- -_- *Wv* JW>i i| '''a> v --.----- ::- ,
by all who know her. She haa
eighty-six living del o endents ;}
which Include: two sons, two 1 I-A

H. c. WALL AGENCYPLEASE 1 1 ss\ lOTHAl Elltu''

PHONE 146 rm

Constant Service Over 50 Years ofun unet

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. I Wish To Announce I ci

t ThatI o re i ind'l r'u'

Have Purchased / /l-yx ,+s ;} ,

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CF' A hi'F 71

V I'b I will assume active management of the J ii II REDUCTIONON 1 0

daughters, twenty-seven grandchildren -
business after the first of the year and r
forty-nine great grandchildren i
, I will appreciate the continued'patronage and and six great great ;
: grandchildren Most of these liven i ciiii ON ALL
good will of my old friends and patrons. Bradford and Union Counties _
Mrs. Whitehead Is confined to
r I her room most of the time, but '
I remains patient and cheerful, ands '
RUBY JOHNS ,i happy when friends of relatives J MERCHANDISE t
L .. drop in to chat with her. She
_._, has been seriously 111 several
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times this year but was able to
,. k sit at the outdoor table loaded J
with many good eats and 'enjoy NOT INCLUDED
the meal with her loved ones ,

i r 4v Her family has for many years
made her birthday celebration the ,
occasion of a family reunion to .
which her many friends are also
Invited. Those who enjoyed the A 't' 3r'+e > .i'f
,. day with her were: her sons and
their: families; Mr. and Mrs. Sam i
Whitehead, and Mr. and Mrs. An- ,
drew Whitehead; her daughters .
Ura. Lydia Johns and Mrs. Julie
Johns; the following grandchildren -
v t BY16r ,
, ri : Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles JEWE
p tk and son, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
/ ,: .< 41 / Mrs :J. B. Whitehead and familly,

{ ;:d Y..r:t? A "New Look"FOR I Ir family Mr.' and. Mr.Mrs.and Less Mrs.Whitehead:John Whitehead and- ,, LOCKETS .

THE and son Mr. and Mrs. Guy %
,..,. Holiday Season 'arrlsh and familly, Mr. and Mrs ffi 1
4I :Joe Parrish and. family, Mrs. .
;-t. \".., .. )' Hayes Raulerson and family, Mr. -' '
and Mrs. Wilbur Mann and famIly PEARLS
,t.JJtlt."tI e"rll CM mil.I
,'e Mra Olere :Jackson and .
b t );! GIVES. VQU NEW HAIR BEAUTY sons, Mrs. A. W. Whitehead and ,
t, ALSO.. family, W. N. Johns" Emory ylr
:, Budget Plan Cold Waves $6 Johns, Mr. and Mrs. *'*..!!!_-. : 9 4txt
I Machine Waves $4 Johns. The following friends
\ up were also present: Mr. and Mrs. >> ,
j, Starke Beauty Shoppa Math Sapp and family, Mr. and .
drs. :J. M. Conner, Mr. and Mrs.Lewis .
I L1NNIE!: FOGG ftlcCULLEY Taylor, Mr. and Mra. O. M. ,, -
; 1 PHONE 86I Alvarez and family, Mrs. Opal CIGARETTE CASES t
I I FOIl APPOINTMENT Johns, Mrs Belle Addison, Mrs. ,
i Jessie Sapp, Mrs Lennie Dekle, '
\ Mrs./ May Rauleraon, Misses
yf.f' Kathryn and Joyce Dobbs, f Mrs. ;J V
Laurie Whltten, Mr. and Mrs F
,f' "= lodges and Mrs. Drew Sweat. STONE RINGS
Mrs. Whitehead received many
1 s gifts as tokens of love and esteem
.1' WE STILL HAVE PLENTY OF ITEMS The accompanying picture shows >> k
. her seated at the dinner table '
lap. The many friends In Bradford -
<< and Union Counties wish her BRACELETS
many more happy birthday annlJ J
Candy ersarles. BILLFOLDS

l'' ,fir' III Gift Recent Births .

Packages Mr and Mra. Bob Barkley of ,
Newburg, N. Y., announce the J ,
birth of a son, Michael Grey, on .'
December 10. Before her marriage *
II JIII. Mrs. Barkley was Miss Margaret ..
.""" \) Stringfellow, daughter of ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I
r\t .. ...., ..
of the State Farm.
Arrived This Week
The Shadycrest Hospital announces -
s A Assortment of D JI the following births: COMPACTS GLASSESJEWELRY
Splendid t SUN
Mr. and Mra. William B. Lewis, J JRaiford.

., PLAYING CARDS IS. girl, Martha Marie Nov. II IIt

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Theodore '
In Gift Boxes
I 'IJ ';Johns: Lake Butler, girl Betty 4
\ Jane, ,Nov. 26. ,.
;J BOOKS for the Children Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tingle, ,
CIGARS AND PId Starke, boy Lummle Ernest Nov
e J
1 We Have A Large Selection CIGARETTESAlso 8J 20.
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Ira Bran-
;J Bibles & Testaments IN GIFT"BOXES nen. Lake Butler, girl, Ann Gent, J,

_. Nov. 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvie W. Wilson, 9

I We Will Gladly Lay Away Any Item I Although not compulsory It I* ,

much safer to miry Liability 1
Insurant I represent. only old .

DRUG STORE!! line Your pliable business stock Mill, be companies.appreci 1PAGE I

8KOCH ated. .
129 W. Call Street J 109 E CALL STREET STARKE FLA. j

Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph
9 Phone 154 9
N. D. WalnwriRht, Jr.
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Matthew Howard terranean area while serving a- Mrs. Mary Whitehead Sanderson boy Alvie Lynn, Nov. Nov. 30. 2,544 Students .

I ?7. and Mrs. Wilford Smith i -
board the light cruiser usa Man Celebrates SJtli Mr.

Completes Cruise chester. Birthday AnniversaryMany Mr.: and Mrs. Jerry Lonzo Goodman Johns, Lake Butler, boy Kerly Begin Holidays W.C.T.U]

Tours to famous sites such as Starke, boy, Jerry Lonzo Wayne, Nov. 30. i A two-weeka Christmas ]

Matthew C. Howard Seaman Rome where Pope Pious XII helda of the friends and relatives Jr., Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs Joe Marklee Alvarez -!

of Mrs. Mary Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruce Starke, girl, Martha Ann for 2,544 Bradford County I The Nlo,>tlne
of Mr. and Mrs. Mack
:1-c, son audience for the sailors
special "
met at her farm home Ral-] of
near LeMacka Keystone! Heights, girl Nov. 2. school children and 98 teachers a few (Clnarctf( I
Howard of Route 2 Starke, has to the colorful Isle of Capri, and ford on Nov. 16 to celebrate her on the
Angela Diane, Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mack Smith I will begin this afternoon follow tongue of a r14roWkwould
completed a four-month trainingand to historical highlighted elght -fourth birthday anniver! kill '
Athens Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Monroe( Lake Butler, girl, Glenda Jean ing the traditional home-room him !In flnfttll1

good-will cruise In the Medi the cruise. sary.Mrs. Blackwell, Starke, girl Mary De Dec. 5.Mr. Christmas parties. it<*s.

called."Grandma"Whitehead affectionately"Aunt lame Nov. 30. and Mrs. Thomas Fisher I)I Classes will be resumed throughout -<5nne Tunnel.*,
or Mary"by
Mr. and Mr. Clem Albert Grlf- Helen the Jan- (From Florida
the people of her community.She Caskins Lawtey, girl Ann county on Monday, Goods,,
Every Branch ofINSURANCE. lived fis, Starke, boy, Vernon Dale,,,Dec. 7. uary ,6.I .
has a long and useful .- -
life In this section, and is lq -

by all who know her. She

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COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CIIAN- Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford I STATE OF FLORIDA to: ar, approximate weight
CERT. County Florida.By Mae Miller, whose residence and 11.0110 Iba.. to ba t
Manson W, Anderaon Plaintiff vs. Lucille C. Conner D. O. address Is: Unknown.You radiator guard, ."rankraoe
PHONE 146 Ida Kltch Anderson: Defendant. 11-28 4t 12-1 are required to( appear on .Iectrlo starling attachment
Cane No. 6145.ORDER I January 12, 1948, In the above named battery. with '
Constant Service Over 50 Years OF PUBLICATIONAND iv cincriT; COURT- BRAOPOIIIJ, Court and cause wherein plain mounted thernnn, t"k..Angled hydra
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County controlled from ,
IN ; -
COUNTY; puma
Telegraph shall publish thisOrder front end of
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ida tractor blade
r ( Ie
Fitch Anderson whose residence Sarah Glenn Plaintiff ".. Clarence, In next four weekly Issues.Witness approximately 10 ft All prior
and address last known la Route Defendant. Case No. 6161. my hand and official seal be f.o.b. Starke, Florill..
--------------,-.-,-.- -. 2, Box 84, Lake City/ South Caro- M. Glenn ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND at Starke, Florida, this December' The said City re.erv.. the r
lina. NOTICE TO APPEAR 11. 1947. to accept or reject any or all 1
you are required to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: ClarenceM. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,I City of Starke, Florid
December 27th 1947 In the above Glenn whose residence and address As Clerk of .said Court. Dy Carl John. city' CI
I Wish To Announce named Court and cause, wherein Is: Unknown. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. 12.12 2t 12111N'
divorce. Bradford T*. Frank nndrutn. Starke. Fla.
to on
You Are appear
County Teseek. tour thla, January- 2, 1948 required: In the. above nam- Atty. for Pit. 12-12 4t 1-2 {" cmn<< :IT roinr, agtfrr
' That Orl..rIn next lumiee., ed Court and plaintiff !ivTVl FI.emUII, I I1 Ia
Witness my hand and official seeks divorce eBr: ;o"Jn ; IV CIHCIIT CO!.BT. BRADFORD, c
Arthur Rnnb .
<'n-y PI .
seal at Starke this 24th
Florida 1
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn COUVTY.'' FLORID.is IV: CIIAN- the Mae lIaMbe'' : Dalntirt.
t 7brFI' "r ters 1947. next four weekly Issues.. t
l'RII Y.Paul No. 8199.
I Have Purchased ) A. J. ThomasAn .
Witness my hand and official Bruckner Plaintiff, vs. Helen OKDEIt OP '
By Clerk Lucille of C.eald.Conner Court.D. C. seal at 1 Starke 1947.OFFICIAL Florida, this December Bruckner, Defendant. Case No. AND NOTICE" TO APPEAR

HART'S BEAUTY SALON disc x ,. M John. Augustine J. Honderaon Fla.. Esq. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas., ""ORDER OF PUBLICATION Mae STATE Raitberry OP FLORIDA whom --e.ldon"'OB: ?,
As Clerk of said Court. AND NOTICTJ TO APPEAR % Manila t1au'IH. ,
99 ,
K .
Atty. for Plf. 11-88 4t 13-11 in Are
Lucille I C. Conner, D. C.
1 By : : STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen Jersey. City N. J.
1t t T. Frank Landrum, Starke! Fla. Bruckner whose residence Is: 6211 You are. required I I '
IV: CIRCI'IT COURT UH4I>PonnrOI'WTV. Atty. .for Pit. 12-6 4t 12-26 Orchard Avenue Parma 9, Ohio. January 19, I'MI.! n the appear' al"
FI.OIIIUAt IN: CIIAN- You are required to appear on named Court 'mil; ""alt"l'h..,
fKHV.Llbero IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD January 12: 1948, In the above named plaintiff. seek ,11\.or(. dram
Never, Plaintiff, v*. Aurora. COI'VTY.' Pl.ORIDAl IN CHAJVAlfre'd Court and cause, wherein plain. County Telegraph hall rml.ll.ti ,
YJ <'ntls Sever Defendant. Case No. r'-.I V. 'Iff seeks divorce. Bradford County Order In next fnure kly in,
L. Beck, Plaintiff Edith
8184. vs. Telegraph shall publish this Witness hand
my and
I will assume active management of them ORDER OF PUBLICATION .Christian Beck also known as Diana Order In next four weekly Issues. seal at Hint-Up, inuu| ihl. 1
Moon, Defendant. Case No.
1 Witness my hand and offl..lalh..t cember 18. 1947'
I j STATIC' OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.Aurora 6166. seal Starke Florida this De COFFICIAi. SEAL) A. J. Thm
business after the first of the year and daughters, twenty-seven gra;; ,, Centlft Never, whose reel- ORDER OF PUBLICATION : 11, 1941. As Clerk >r ,'aid! Co
children forty-nine great d nce and address Is: Vlale Son- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas By I.uclll C. Tonnn., D. C.
gral| ii Inn 60 TrleHte, Italy. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edith As Clerk of said Court. Charles It. HP. sui.oii, Bum,
will appreciate the contlnued'patronage and I children and six great grgrandchildren. You are required to appear on Christian. Beck also .known as. Diana By Lucille C. Conner I>. C.Roh..rt Lire Hid* luck" n lie Fla. '
December. 29 In the above Moon, whose residence la unknown. -
204 Bulldlnir
H. Duncan Lynch for Flf Ml I
i Atty. 4NOTICl1
Moat of these 1
n'imed' Court and cause. wherein. Jacksonville Florida.
good will of my old friends and patrons. I In Bradford and Union} Count!.. plaintiff. seek* divorce. Bradford You are required to appear onJanuary Atty. for Plf. 12-12 4t 1-2 OF t"T. '\i'I'IO" TO 11,1
n. 1948, In the. above named
County Telegraph shall publish this
(I- Mrs. Whitehead Is confined]I Order In next four weekly issues.Witness Court and cause wherein plaintiff IV CIRCUIT COI'HT. UJFOHD CIIAHGH At '..iiViI'tTHITtTO

her room most of the time, \ my hand' .and official seeks divorce Bradford. County (' oral at Stnrke, Florida, this Novem- Telegraph shall publish this Order '.
( nY. hereby giver ihti
RUBY remains patient and cheerful A. her 2T, 1947.OFFICIAL. In next four weekly Issues. p'lziollo. "dl"m
JOHNS Frank I Plaintiff, vs. Angelina have final 1 report n i
Is happy when friends of relatli ( SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas. Witness mv hand and official seal. Plixollo 1 I Defendant. Case; No. mini Htrator of tin .'Htaif ,f Rhn i
AH Clerk of HUM Court At Stnrke, Florida this December 6180 Herlonff. deceased l ( : I bit I Ih
drop In to chat with' her. S' O
By Lucille C. Conner D. C. 2. 1947. :
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND filed) petition f .r flnardlvhli I
(, --------, --_. ..... .......... -.--.-,- has been seriously 111 seve T Frank Lnndrum, Htnrke: Fla. (OFFICIAL! SEAL) A. J. Thomas NOTICE TO APPEAR f that nand aY .
o < !Inr f ntrt court
Atty. for Plf. 1128 4t 12-19 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Angelina Countj Judgit
times K. Ferryman
this year but was able rv:: Lucille C. Conner D. C.Zach .
Plxnollo, whose residence Is: Bradford County Florida, at hisflee
1W sit at the outdoor' table load iv CIRCUIT (.01.11.. ni4.\i>Fonn H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. Unknown.You In the county -ourihmiw
Nrry tl COUNTY' ri-DIIIHtl IK: CIIA\- Atty. for Pit 12-5 4t 12-28 requlredto on Florida, at 10 clock A
with many good eats and 'en; are appear Starke,
CKHY.Fred January 12, 1948 In the above named on January 6th 1948, for appro'
; sit the meal with her loved ones W. Chi Id n, Plaintiff VB. Marie IV CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD cause, wherein plain of the. same and for final dan
ChlldK, Defendant fCe''iH .
< Case No. III U. : \ Bradford County such administrator
Her has for
family many ye| ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Telegraph ,shall publish this Order This 29th day of November D
I ,I made her birthday celebration | NOTICE TO APPEAR Lettie Billiard, Plaintiff, vs. Roy In next four weekly Issues.Witness MARK R. HEni.o\
STATE OF FLORIDA to: MarieChllds" hand and official. of estate of Hl.nta.
Bullard, Defendant. Case No. 6165. my Administrator
it occasion of a family reunion ,In whose Unknown.You residence. and address ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND seal at Starke. Florida, this December Merlon deceased
r F which her many friends are a. : NOTICE TO APPEAR 11. 1947. 12-5: 4t 12-2
Invited. Those who enjoyed t'' December are'SI required, 1947, to In ce'o: ; on 1.Ew OF FLORIDA *"lo: ..Boy (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Bu .e residence Is un As Clerk of"said'Court.By RT. H'HD"' '
b 'named Court and cause, wherein 1:01: nnn-rr
M M MS day with her were: her sons a' plaintiff Reeks known. Lucille C. Conner D. C.'_ FLOIUUM 11 tHi:
divorce Bradford
Ef.tatr ). their families Mr. and You are required to appear on .T. C. Durrance. Law Exchange nidft.'\ ,
: Mrs. Si County Telegraph shall publish this. VERY
Order In January 5, 1948. In the above named Jacksonville. Florida.Atty. Dickinson Connell, Plaint,
Whitehead, and Mr. and Mm. J( Witness next inv hand four and weekly official Isaues.seal. Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff for Plf. 12-12 4t 1.2 vs Haul Patrick Francis Connell r

R. drew Whitehead; her daughte at Htarke, Florida, this November seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph fendant. Ca.e No. 6191
shall this OrderIn !
Mrs. Lydia Johns and Mrs. Ju (OFFICIAT. SEAL) A. J. Thomas next four weekly l luue. FI.ORIDAI CHAV-; AND NOT CE TO APPEAR
Johns; the following grandct An clerk of said. Court. Witness my hand and official CKRY. STATE OF FLORIDA to: P
,3tra By T.uMlle C. Conner. D. f*. seal at Starke Florida this Decem Gladys Gertrude Hagen Plaintiff rick Francis ("on"ewh"\! .' n
Mr. and Mrs
: Carl Nett: ber 2. 1941.Official StnCo
/ J. S. West t'ayoUe
lilA Harrison. I.aw Exchange vs. J. Virgil Hagen Defendant. CaseNo dance Ie: III
and son Mr. and Mrs. Building ( Seal A. J. ThomasAs I
A. Jacksonville, Fla. 6179. red tonlappur
Clerk of Court Youiaaree'reI'ui
V : I Whitehead and Mr. Atty. for Plf. 11-28 4t 1Z-19 ORDER OF PUBLICATION { :
family, a By Lucllln C. Conner D. C. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR {&, 194X: the sbnv ne,1
Zach H. Douglas. aalneavllte, Fla. '
Mrs. J. B. Whitehead and famil STATE OF FLORIDA to: J. Virgil and cause, wherein pietiff
.d' l-v Court
rnnnr. BRADFORD Plf. 12-B 4t 12-26 ,
Atty .for
;1.. Hagen whose residence Is: 404 Ey.Str..t. seeks divorce anti uIaotlo
' A Mr. and Mrs. Less Whitehead a1 (COCITY' FLORIDA| IV' CII.VN-: Brallford .
"New Look"FOR i ("I'RV.' Brunswick fleorgla. minor .hlld.
family. Mr. and Mrs. John WhO John Kneslch.' Plaintiff iv rnut'ir COURT BRADFORD You are required to appear on publish Ihl.OOO
THE vs. Antonia COUNTY FLORIDA I IN CHAN January. 12 1948. In the above named Telegraphfour weekly IM'U."
head and son, Mr. and Mrs. Q Kneslrh Dofonditnt. Case No. 6160. hlOnd and otll"

I Holiday SeasonJJ.t.n. 0 Parrish and famllly, Mr. and M ANn ORDER NOTICE OP PtriLICATION TO APPEAR VERY.Joseph Topka Plaintiff, vs. Bertha Court seeks and annulment.cause wherein Pradford.plaintiff seal 'atsStarke. Florid.. thl. tdemher

Tonka.. Defendant. Cane No. 6169. County Telegraph shall. publish thisOrder 1947.
.F r Joe Farrlah and family M STATE OF1 FLORIDA to: Mrs. 12
Antonia. Knedch. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND In next four weekly issues.Wttness OFFICIAL 8EAUh A.ueldDCot
whose (
Hayes Raulerson and family band address Is Svetl NOTICE TO APPEAR mv hand and official Heal .r
: Jakov
,,,' ( Mrs. Wilbur Mann and Loslnj (Island Loslnj STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs at Rrarke Florida this December By Lucille C. ,Scott D. R
fat| ) Istrla. TUBO- ota
Curth whose residence and
'\, CM Wall. slavla. Bertha Topka, 10. 1947. Fleming, .J ones, BulldlnlJackeonville
lly Mrs. Olene Jackson address la 1412 30th Rd, Astoria flank
a National
t .}\. You are required to appear on January (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Barnett .
,GIVES YQU :NEW HAIR BEAUTY song Mrs. A. W. Whitehead a 2, 1948, In the above named Long Island New York. As Clerk of said Court. FlorldlO.AUy. 11-11 (It t I
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to appear on By Lucille C. Conner D. C. .. for Plf.
ALSO family W. N. Johns, Emo soeks divorce. Bradford County January 5, 1948, In the. above nam- rarlton & Brown Law Exchange

Budget Plan Cold Waves $6 Johns Mr. and Mrs. Belli! Telegraph shall publish this Order ed Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein CountyTelegraph plaintiff Build, Jacksonville Florida. 1'1( (".IIC1'IT ('onl'r. IIR'DFOB tH':
l In 1'1
next four U
weekly: Issues. Attys. for Pit. 12-12 4t 1.2 FI.Oltll)
Machine Waves Johns. The following frlen Witness shall publish this OrderIn COUNTY' ,
$4 my hand and official
up '
were also present: Mr. and M. anal at Starke Florida thin Decem- next four weekly Issues. CERYFrederlck \t. Wnlt.'. PIRlntIfr.
bar 1. 1941.OFFI"IAL. Witness my hand and official COURT. BRADFORD p.fenda t
Starke Beauty ShoppeLINNIE Math Sapp and family Mr. a ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas seal at Starke Florida this December COUNTY. FLORIDA! IV CHANCERY. Hazel C. Walters.
Mrs. J. M. Conner As. Clerk of 3, 1947.OFFICIAL 8190.. '
Mr. and Ml Court OF :
By Lucille C. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Mary Helen Collins, Plaintiff v... ER TO PPEARLinden
FOGO McCUULEY Lewis Taylor Mr. and Mrs. O. ] T. Frank. Conner. D. C. As Clerk of said Court. Oerben Ortell Collins, Defendant AND NOTICI'J 10 Hal
Landrum FI.ORIDA
I Starke Fla. By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Case No. 6172.ORDER STATE OF I.:
PHONE 96 r'Mldenre'
Alvarez and Mrs. Atty. for Pit.
family, Of: 12-8 4t 12-2S o
T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. OF PUBLICATION C. DrlMtol ponnl
I FOR APPOINTMENT'fe43t)43j4ab43Qsia Johns Mrs. Belle Addison, MI Atty. for Plf. 12-5 4t 12-26 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Street,
Bessie Mra. Lennie Dele:
Sapp TO: CHARLES RALPH DAVIS IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRIDFORDCOUVTY. O. O. Collins 38341869. whose residence You are rekuiredthenabove: : : ;
Mrs. May Rauleor on, Mills whose. address Is unknown. '' FLOHIDAl IV: CItANCERY. and address Is B-Troop let January' 19' whproln plait
Kathryn and Joyce Dobbs WHEREAS It appears. In that ; Constabulary Sqd A P.O. 403 CareP. and c.u.e.Bradford
certain cause. now pendingIn the Clarence M. New York. N. Y. tiff r.eek divorce.
Laurie Whltten, Mr. and Ml Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Olive Mary } b'i.Oaln: rien4atCa.e You are required to appear on ty Telegraph hall ,publlekl'osOrder
Hodges/ and Mrs. Drew Sweat. Circuit of Florida In and for Brad.. No. 6162.ORDER January. 5. 1941! In the above named In next four and stun!
% Ot tat.tI ford County In Chancery, wherein OF PUP-LIPATION Court and cause wherein plaintiff Wltne.... my hand this V
Mrs. Whitehead received mai Ollford Stanley and Flora AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seeks divorce and .care custodyand seat at Stark... Flur"' ''

I S gifts as token of love and esteei his wife, pray for the d t1tanl.Yi STATE OF FLORIDA to Olive control of minor child. Brad camber 13, 1941. A. J. Tboe'OFFICIAL
WE STILL HAVE PLENTY OF Nora Joyce Davis, that. the oard Mary Johnson, whose residence and ford County Telegraph shall publishthis ( ECl"rk "f said Con'
ITEMS The accompanying picture shot Nora Joyce Davis Is the minor address. Is: 308 Marlon Street, St. Order In next four weekly Is A"
her seated at the dinner tab child of the said Charles Ralph Louts, Missouri.. suesWitness By Lucille C. Conner A CR.paFlemtng
S Davis and that the place if rest. You are required to appear on ,'my hand and official seal Jones Brot Bulldln4Barnatt "
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS with the birthday cake In h dance and the Post Office addressof January 5, 1948. In the above named at Stark, Florida this December National punk
lap. The many friends In Bra the said Charles Ralph Davis Is Court and cause wherein 4. 1141.! llp.ltlorld" 12.f ItIAttys. I
unknawn to Petitioners, and that tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .o for
lord and Union Counties wish h there In no person or persona In Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn A a Clerk of said Court. :
many more happy birthday and) the State of Florida. the service of ; next four weekly Issues. Bv Lucille: C. Conner D. C. NOTICE' Or j.gJJ'ffir.' ;
a summons In Chan R Hess20405 Build- & ,, .
Chancery upon whom Witness my hand and official Realty The following
'OIRI esRdY' veriarles. would bind the said Charles Ralph. seal at Stark., Florida, this December In Davis you are therefore ordered 2, 1941.OFFICIAL Atty. for Plf. 12-18 4t 1-8 sold ..* the % pound %
\ to appear In said cause on or be- SEAL) A. J.. Thomas :
))4k --r Is Gift Recent Births fore the 89 day of December 1847. (. Clerk of said Court CAM; FOR BIDS y.ift.sabVi.v1" ,1
: C otherwise the allocations of said. BT Lucille C. Conner, I>. C. Sealed bids will be received by tlm.: "0, '
Petitioners will be taken aa con- Rivers A: Anderson, Oreen Cove the City Council of the City of red mark fn other. .
MICHAEL: GREY DARKLEY feHH..4.IT Springs,o-I.pif. Starke at the City Office In Starkr, one ear, Ono 01 you>
Packages Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkley i IS FURTHER ORDERED that Attys. 12-5 4t 122IV Florida until .6-00 p. m., E.S.T. on may. claim upon p..ymenl ,
this order be published once each. Tuesday, the 6th of and advertlsinghrledl I r .. and
day January .feel
Newburg. N. Y. announce U week for four
consecutive weeksIn CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD dogs
I. S 1447, at which time and place alt 3 female lotted.
birth of Michael the Bradford County Telegraph.a \ COCVTY. FLORIDA I.V CHAN. bids and black bro-
/ l 1. 2, 3 I a aon, Orey. 4 > newspaper of general circulation CERT. and received read will be publicly opened I whit I mal. dogs 1 white lon..halr and
V' aloud on the follow-
December 10. Before her ma black.
r published In Bradford County, Flor- WillIam Francis Miller Plaintiff, Inc equipment. spotted. and 1
n and b Ib. lag e Mra. Barkley was Mills Ma .- v*. Elsie Mae Miller, Defendant.Case 1 Crawler-Type Tractor to be with barnea..
DATED at Stark., Florida, this No. 6183ORDER of Starke CIO I IU
gasoline City
"' Boxes garet Strlngfellow, daughter ,I 15th day of November 147. OF PUBLICATION Distillate equipped Burning with Attach-Combination By Carl Johna. City

Mr. and Mra. W. O. StrlnffeU r ::. ...
of> the State Farm. I

Arrived This Week The Shadycreat Hospital a>
o .
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''' A Splendid Assortment of 0 pounces the following births: -----"UtYlrA'-.Ii3 L'I ---- -' ,f
:Mr. and Mrs. William B. Lewis SUN GLASSES .

PLAYING CARDS Raiford, girl. Martha Marie Nov.

I>L 'i .6. I

In Gift Boxes Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Theodore : f

I 'Johns, Lake Butler, girl Betty

I 0I>;9 J BOOKS for the Children \' Jane Mr.Nov.and 26.Mrs. J. T. Tingle, I

: CIGARS AND Starke, boy. Lummle Ernest Nov

We Have A Large Selection ClO.-\R TrES1 20.Mr. r ,

and Mrs. Elmer Ira Bran- C

: ;J Also Bibles & Testaments IN GIFT BOXES nen. Lake Butler, girl Ann Gene A

I-. Nov. 2T.Mr. GEM JEWELRY I,

and Mrs. Alvie W. Wilson




We Will Gladly Lay Away Any Item ,
>s> Although not romptitaony It !,.

much safer to "
Selected carry Liability

(nlluran..*. I represent' only old .

STORE line Your callable business stork will be companies.appreci s> ,


129 W. Call Street" fl STARKE, FLA.I !

STARKE. FLA. Opposite. Bradford Phone 134 Co. Telegraph O fl:

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