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 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ARLES.ddl'UO 1 Is RALPH unknown.DAVIS January. You are 19, r.1ulr.to 194H. \ In the appear.above on seal Wttness at 17 Starke, ISM7.OFFICIAL my,. hand Florida and, this official Liecember In Wllllard unknown.Abbott, V whose residence Wettest Fall))

it .appear In that named. Court and You are required to appear. on
111\:1,: :: cause wherein
& ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma,
now ponding In the plaintiff leeks divorce. Bradford Jummry Ill 194K, In the .abovenamed
I Court cuKe of the Eighth Judicial County Telegraph shall. publlnh thla Ry Lucille As C. Conner Clerk ,of 1>.said C. Court. Court .and .cause. wherein
Order In plaintiff Keeks divorce and cuntodyof IIihr
Florida In and for Braduiity. next four weekly Innue. Hinders
of T. Frank Ltindrum, Starke, Fin Farming
Wltneaa children. Bradford County Telearruph :
wherein band
In Chancery, my and official rttma1
Atty. for Pit. 12-17 4t 1-18 .
stKnW and Flora Stanley. seal at Htarke Florida. thla De.camber shall. publish this Order In "
W for the adoption of l8. 1947.: next four weekly Issues.Witness .
Bjo'vt'e Davis, that the aalcl (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas .s cmri ITon T. nntnFonn my hand. and official' ,,
B'n'vcs; Davie I I. the minor A* Clerk of Bald Court. ('IfM'Y.. K1.0HIII l1IIAN- seal at Htarkf. Florida. thin I>Hcetnlier 4 Operations Here'I
I''Ill":r? salrt Charles Ralph By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ( KHYMaude IS, 11147.OFFICIAL ,
lind ,that tho place of re.01.nd 'barleii It. Hex*, 204-05 Guaranty Wllloullhb Abbott, Plaintiff! ( SEAL) A, J. Thomas, irjiraflr! I
the Post Office addres .Ire Hid*.. Jacksonville Fin. vii. Wilbur Wlllurd. Abbott, Defendant. A* Clerk of H..1 Id I'ourt. '
aId Charles. Ralph Davie I* Ally for Plf. 12-17 4t 1-8 <<<-nse No. 6100.ORIICTt llv Lucille C. Conner, n. C.Itoh..t : While the Jacksonville Weather
:< Petitioners and that OF: PUHLTCATIOV It I>lIn811. 204 Lynch Bureau i recorded this rain-
? no periion or persons In NO'I'I"I ln"II t. or Florida the service of APPI.IJ. Foil VINCI DI.4AS STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wilbur Atlys. for Pit. 1Z-I7 4r I-S fall aa the greatest since the

|.on> In Chancery. upon whom I.IliItiE nl\KTItATUU.. .. .. .. Bureau began keeping; records in
TO ALL -- --- -- ------------- - --- --
tmd the laid Charles Ralph WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: "Only 1.41 f. ...
Notice I I. hereby COi1ragcog 1872 Bradford County farmers
YOU are therefor. o..der..11.r given that I
In Bald cau. on or be have filed my final. report .an ad- I Who never desp.L. a' have been pouring their "underwater"
lt S9 day of December 1847. mlnlatrator of the estate of Blanche CLASSIFIED TIle old .. __
LIM' ,the .allegations of eald n. HerlonK locennccl; that I have proverb .eDtentJor troubles into the ympa'
,eTh will be> taken a. con- lied my petition for final dxchnrit! I : To aU men decjai-eL .. the tic ears of County agent T. K.,
and that I will .apply to lion. E.
j WITHER! ORDERED that K. Ferryman County Judge of KOit YOUR CAR w. have a new FOR SALE t .j. McClane and Market Manager
Bradford County Florida, at his office PHII.ru auto radio! Immediate TLi.
I'lfT be published once each t Ralph B. Alvarya.
Tfnr four consecutive weeks In the county courthouse In Installation. A. low as $43.KO.: > UNIt NEW 3-BKDnOOM residence year. with h. iU. .nd
L Starke Florida 10 SHEPHERD RADIO SERVICE Poinl' fears. In Jacksonville
Bradford County Teleirraph. at o'clock A. M.on Just completed the Sunday the
L.wi) r of ereneral circulationin January. 6th, 1IMH. for approvalof Court at Madison street, Stark.. (MT! ''II)\\IIITH P\1"1' 13 QAL. leMon dii rainfall
Away exceeded the 82
td Bradford County Flor1TKD the game and for final dl.- tf Seml-Oloss 94 gal. White enamel, 0 t weak; fear. hear: Ihe it inch record -
M harare a.* such. administrator., U. OCal.. Other paint. at low price. ..} Tb.t COme cheer i e t In .995. This is far above .
At Stark, Florida thin This 29th day of November 1947. LIST YOnt FAKM CITY ANI1PBOPEBTY L.VMIIF.KI 1x8. laS 3x6, laC, Ba with reaao the normal 49.74 Inches I
"r nt November 1947. MARK B. HBFtLoNO, 12. "0-'7<>: Windows completePlumblnw ,..01" for
;' AL SB AW A..1. Thomas Administrator of estate of Blanche Rt'SI.NESIi Flttlng-si: '4 In. Plv Wood. De that area. The wettest month of '
I of Clrrult Court Dradford O. Herlonw, deceaned.. t'lnu KliMirlnK' : Book ShelvesKIMHII Strong b'e i. h'
Florida.Hllc, 12-5 4t 12-28 e MMKi Whit Cement ,. Chrlatlna 1947 was September with' 15.8
|r Jf.arnou'r I
C. Conner I>. C. 01.... Hltick. Sand. Jt. t. welcome Iwa ., Inches. S
ALSO Concrete Pipe ConcreteLtlckm truth. ,
I HIM IV I'lltCriT "01'11'1', KII\I>K <- >'I''', FLUIIIIItl IX CIIt\. j f SFi.1.e'; ': 'jJU; all vises. : pipe, step stoli>>.. .- To pe.ce pOWl'retf mteug The Q\jnty\ At '''y,8 ht t u
house pier., floor: Cement Rock. I i.e. by Co.I' -
CKHVlazel ,. \tI. :
,-Mr (..0..1t. JlilDFOJ1D 1 Dickinson Connell Plaintiff '.r.-.t advertiser. at counlev Mortar Mix, Steel Windows; Palm ..... 'el11rhtmss t.. .....,..." been Interested in. and worried;

i. FLOIllltll IN (;llfVflertruile v*. Patrick Francis Connell. L>e- /2.000 sulen property opt lIoinee-Fsrus. lIsa mn4e liter_ Oil complete.and IJIiiCk; ,Dump Paint Truck: Concrete Hauling Floor 'i1 ;:' f. ::. about the rainfall. From his

Hasen Plaintiff endant. Ca.OF e No.PUBLICATIONANI 6191OHDEU lcre.*'... tlnyers from all over the Cnn skll-SBW heW.III'S'S .- .I one an'J aJ! records, he figures that Bradford
Iluiten. Defendant. CaneIllPER World Free. open llstlnK., FOil ItLtCt I20H uP. I.IO: Strong and has
[ Hull NOTICE TO AP1'EAIISTATE learJe. County had only one week of
30 I Ill limits.liMM'IIAI.
down | mo. Ir.en
E. I
OF FLOHIDA to: Patrick <.o. M % 'IIMi C Christmas steady
dry weather. since :
Sept. 15.
(II" PUHLir'ATIONll Francis Connell, whose reelonce witbollt ' NOTTCRJ TO APPEAR In I 111 Went. 1.1.1',1 I..any IhII' lilt 4i>K )ui> ltNftlIi11lItIllti ro So be It pan The rain has '
\ : Fayotte Street J. Mnurli Kil>\...... Phnne HI Amen;" caused drastic re
[IrE OP FLORIDA to: J. Virgil CunnellHvllle, Penmylvanla.You r. IIOIXINOSUOKTII
Iq, ..iltuiie residence. In: 404 Eye are required to appear on 61u1L.05..> in the strawberry acreage .
r Brunnwlck Qeorgla.fti antrary 19, 194n, In the above named 116 So. Walnut St. 1I8UFtANCFJwrit.: ] all lines: tb'-, ""t \' he says, but the biggest
ar- required to .appear on Court and cause wherein plaintiff -- Ire. automobile liability and 1 .......... damage has been to the
irr I 12, 1948, In the above name Huek. divorce and custody of FOR SALE-Modern, attractive 8- life. Sre me for your. ln"uranueneeds. plantingof
urtand caime. wherein plulnk minor child Bradford. county 1'oi''m house 4 laureN. liiritl. In renter N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 12* k _____________________ winter cabbage and the ruining .
annulment. ITadford Telegraph shall puhllnh thin Ordern of Lawtey.-Mr... W. F. find win, V. Call Bt. Phone 154. tf of .
Telegraph. shall publish thin next four weekly iHHueM.WltneuM 318 N. Cherry, P. O. Pox 53. strawberry plants the Bradford
h In next four weeklv Issues. my hand and official. Starke, Kl.l. 2t 12-19 RENT Attractive. clean furnished Cuuntlans tried to raise.The .
,iw,, mv hand and official deal anal .at Stark., Florida this Deemhnr -
.and unfurnished apartments, Jitney Jungle Shuffleboard
12. 1947. TRACTOR FOR SALE weather has also
'arki Florida, Ibis December Model HKnrmall close In. Desirable location.No Injuredthe
I'll. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas A-I condition, good tires very to well behaveilchildren. pastures and their clover.
..1"Ierk. of soil Court. Price reasonable. May .
fKUl, PEAL) A. J. Thomas, ny Lucille C. Conner D. C.lemlnnr. mytfarm week be Also seen .at .-Mr. and Mrs.. W, ii.Noliman Much of the. Blue Lupine
any dnv. seeme cover
I As Clerk of laid. Court. 201 W. Madison SfSta..k.
jones, Scott & Bolt for i any kind of farm work Nears Completion Courts PlannedWork has '
l|:jrlll C Conner, D. C. larnett National Bank BuildingackHonvllle. with .tractor. qulpmG.wenVl.lr < .-R. II. .. If crop gone implanted, and, if
A Brown
>n Law
Exchange': Fiorii3a.Atty ; 4 ml. Nit of Brooker planted, has drowned. Around
f Jmkflnnvllle. 1SnncuT Julter UOrSTNO A C (I O M M 0 tATION.'O!
for PH.f 12-17 4t on New Road. 4tp It -!
30,000 pOUnd.-of
for Plf. 11-18 4tRI'I.IT I *, available on Klncsley Lake. For The Jitney Blue Lupine seed
Jungle Starke'fiewest .
on two three
.'fII coi'iiT.OI JIll OFonnI ,t Information see Starke Chamberof or possibly has been purchased by farmersin
rorirr. nittunonoI I <' County but It is doubtfulIf
I FLOIIID.tl: CIIAN- CFIIYFrederick OP.'ALL KINDS ,tore will open January 18 barging shortly after the first of the ,
Y M. Waltern. Plaintiff. V*. FOR RENT-8-room, i-story house, anywhere near that amount has
Helen Collins, Plaintiff "a.n H."pl". Walter. Defendant.. Case RENOVATEDFUKN1TUHK partly furnished, with 3 bath. construction difficulties, the on the east side of the courthouse been put below the
OdHI Collln. Defendant No. 8190. Also two 8-room apt., close In. 6wners sa4 this week. The store grounds O., a. Newcomb. president ground. The
,t,. 172.1RPER ORDER OF PUBLICATION Very reasonable. Inquire 500 N.Walnut will be in .same Is true of oats and ryt -
tf housed a new concrete of the ptarke Chamber! of ,
NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hazel rJ I _-. block structure .located on Cal Commerce,' .announced yesterday the rain has slowed or stopped,,
tIE OF FLORIDA to: 3-Slrt. (". Walter. whose residence I*: 528 ;. FRYERS In any quantity. at Latterman'H. Street-Just It. growth.., and much. seed has
Collins 3M4UB9 whose resl- Linden Street Bristol Pennayl- '1'''' .. First house after ...0- west of % Denmark'sruruttur. The" courts .will be constructed uD I.ntecl. '
and .address la R-Troop' tat vania. .,,' i on,1 bridge, from So. Stark. Bt.or1 it will be of thblod.rR. ) by Russell Judd', and j,are being gone : 'f ... "
'ibulary Sqd. A.P.O. 403 Care to oni \ .. Highway 200 toward Oalnesvllln.Itp. to the
You are' required appear i Mlf-servlee type: >frTha Jtt.tn' connection 'with the According County A .nt.,
New or-
York. N. Y. anuary. 10, 1948. In the above nam.i
'U are required. to appear. on ... and cause, wherein plftln- I, ,.-;.tor.T:-will. tl operate"wide: caaJcation. here. of. a.lix*! -Touristdub. almost"aJI jUie.wihUr' ; werto' .
try 5, 1949 In the i'rfC :: be. ....ntid''ometlm. ,
above n.m'url seeks divorce. Bradford Coiiny FOR RENT Unfurnished apart- 'name art.-
and cause., wherein plain-' Telegraph. shall. publish thla REUPHOLSTERED ment, 5 rooms, private entranca.. of the Conner B rot hers.
'wilt divorce and care custody Order In next four weekly l.mue... I 618 N. Walnut. lip nod owners and peratora> are "Stark 'already has a' Sept. 15, aed that.wag whdirih.recoSd .
onlrol of minor I chiiii. Brad- Witness my hand, and official AND REFINIShED .. :.ov 4 J >rs.I&'bagsJL': ConsquenUyalPplantlng
County Telegraph shall publish seal at Atarke Florida this De- Drop 17s A Card FARM: LAND FOR RENT-Suitable .. C.. 'W.. R.. and M. L Conner number, of tourists who, come *
Order I In next four weekly Is- ember 12, 1947. for any crop. One ml. west of vV. C. Conn...,.b..,:operated the here each winter, and we could has been" slowed or
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. courthouse.-Ira W Andreu. Rt.S stopped.
IIIKM.my hand and official seal. I ( As Clerk of Bald Court. Box 230 Palatka Fla.' Mox 844. Starke.. It lt-l West End Grocery in the past have a lot more If we would, make
*.rli., Florida, thIs December By Lucille C. n8"re"t'tDA C. Ben' Hall Is the contractor for some effort' to entertain them With alt optimistic note .Mr.McC.1ane. ,

(lIT.PlCIAt, SEAL,) .A. J. Thoma larnett Flaming,National Jones., Bank ,Building Bott' WHO WANTS oil burning a large heater slse DuoTherm for :Jhe 40x100 ft. bUlrJrng.Ordinance or supply them with the' means said that cabbage, opts,

.. A. Clerk of said Court. Jacksonville Florida FOR yotl 8ALE2 set It-stove yourself.wood; Uond, cheap clean If 949.50 flood .condition ha* h. nu..d of entertaining themselves" New- rye end Blue Lupine should reap

L i.'lll R. .Hes C.*Conner 204-OS Realty D. C. Build- Atty.. for Plf. "V U-17 4t 18IN wood. Hartmann's. ManufacturingCo. Slade only las Co.moderately. See It at tt Passed comb stated.The rewards if the weather" gets back
A.k for A. Hartmann., Phone
hckunnville on schedule.
Sweet-potatoes and
Florida. cincriT rorn.C01"
52-J. Et 13-19 construction of
f for Plf. 12-1J 4t 1.2 T FLOH1UAI I1* CHANCharles FOR BALK-Side-arm ollburnlnichot Requiring Exams the shuffleboard sugar cane have survived the
('Kit V water. he..t.r.-218 Ho. OruiiKiiHt. courts will be the first
SALE Mason A Hamlin
COIL 11'01R.nlt John Steele., Plaintiff v.. piano. Phone: 65 or writeP. upright It Before Licensing step In the development of a dampness better' than was ex
'.,W bids will he received by Kathryn. Far. Steele, Defendant. O. Box 388. Itp program pected. he >said.
FOR SALR-1947 Kelvlnator refrlserator. for tourists
COy/ Case No. sponsored by
Council of the City of .
Blithe Cltv Office In AI Ark... A'Sn-'NOTWoTpV R MAN OR WOMAN for Journal. run Mrs. O. L.. Ileasley apartment 409 N..1.-Wal. Electricians and plumbers will the Chamber of Commerce In cooperation Because of the difficulties cau.
1'. until &:0'0 m., K.B.T. on .and Motor Route from Jacksonville rd by the rain not.much
*< the Ith day p., January STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kath- to Mtarke and vicinity. Carand nut. lip lenceforth be required to underro with other civic organ.izations over one-
r 'n'df Kay Steele whose residences I examination, third of the strawberries the
which time place all I rvn Is-I small deposit' necessary. No 'PUPS AND KITTENS mak. grand an before being
will ba> publicly a ..n-I Quarters II1- -8. Governor's Sunday work. Car lluwaflcelii.orai 8 weeks old sailed farmers expected to raise
Have were
itn'l New York 4, N. Y. weekly profit bonus. andcommission. presents: a a license to operate In W.: II. Nollman was recently

Invert aloud. ,on the follow- You are required In to the appear ahotnamed .. on> I Write or call In person. and two a-'year.old- .. female kittens: .pup, I ;wuntto also Marks, according: to a new or- by the Chamber to heada appointed planted. The County Agent estimates -

( Tractor to be January Court 19. 1948.and cause, wherein I ..on.vII Mr.Ie. Flu.Renton Journal. Jack.Itp find a sood home for Cnll (Inance passed by the City Coun- committee for the organizationof that the County will have
with Corn-
equipped. Burning Attach- plaintiff seek. divorce. Bradford I I 74W or 35. Itp/ III at its meeting last week. a Tourist Club. less than 400 acres of berries this
shall publish
i. approximate H. 41 on County Telegraph .... -. I IWitnens BABY CHICKS. BABY DUCKS, and year. The pre-war average for
war. 'W..r'ht be Order In next four weekly I. BABY TURKEYS c.o.d. Rush. FOR SAI.FJn. girl' bicycle A. local examining board for
lb>approximate.: to be equipped to with my hAnd aol officialseal card for price list.-David Nichol.H..I..h..ry. one boYs bicycle, almost new. ilectrlciajis has been set but Bradford County was 900 to 1000
up Fatal
liar Kuard.. crankcase guard.atartlng I .t i4tarke.. Florida this Liecr'mher Rockmart.. Oa. lip Bee Mrs. Coy A. Htephenson. Shooting acres,
rOt, 15lh. 1947. Water Bt. lip| ilumbers who apply will be sent
"rv. with one attachment Anvledoser (OFFICIAL SEA L) A. J. Thomas. J-BEDROOM APT. AVAILABLE at o some nearby city that al- Of Negro Man Market Manager Alvarez com .
A. Clerk of .Rld Court. St. Apply Nuss. lots, '400. South
421 W. Madison AALF-I
.d FOR
mn.I\thereon hydraulic to be hydraulicfrom pump on By tucilla CA.VornD6rC.en: : ;; : baum A: Sons 207 Clark Bid*.. Orance St. Krrol Alvare lip eady has an authorized ._mln-' Held JustifiableA mented that rain Is "one of the
I t'nd of tractor! blade length Rivera & CoveSprings. Jacksonville, phone Jacksonville. ng board. It was said. things we just can't control" and I
"ilmnteiy, 19 ft. All prices too Fin B-3328. 2t 1 -Z9 TFRKEYS< FOR SALE at Perry that he Is with
ia-174tl-8 disappointed
for Pit. The new ordinance fol- coroner's very ;
b. Starke. .Florida. Attys. Newsome'a, 1-4 ml. on KeystonnIload ) adopted jury Inquest held
| mid I city reserves the right rinrviT coii'r' ; imAnponn I LOST-Dark red cow with, marked white 100.( Turkey shoot ill' 10. owing the' apperance of a del- Tuesday afternoon declared as, the results It' wrought In Bradford -
'cept or reject or all 1 bids. IN spots, crumpled 22. 11, 24, and 36 of December.Itp.
any County.
City of Starke. Florida eon ..'OTT FLORIDA IM upper square. In one ear, crop gallon of licensed electrician at Justifiable homici de" last Satur.

12t Bv Carl John. City Clerk. Settle('FRY' Cribb. PI..lntlff. v. N..l1a other split .and Please upper notify half Buford crop Mc-In ., recent meeting, protesting the day night'. shooting of Clinton One of the biggest' blows, according .

\\3-11 Mule clribh D..rendant. Case No. Kinney. Sampson City Fla. Itp FOR RENT with : 24-foot Attractive front store on building main. faulty wiring and poor work- Brown colored by Ella Bell also to Mr. Alvare, was

(19$.ORDER 01"" PURLICATrON SALE at highway between bus station. and oanahlp" that has been executed eolo"", In "KAI<
nun IT rot'RT. BRADFORD ANn NOTICE FLORIDA 1'0 APPEARSTATE to: Mrs.Nella WINTER Leila's. Dress CLEARANCE. Shop. It Wilbur school. See Scott It at owner.<03 Temple It Av.11 n, some Jobs In this vicinity.' ters." Brown, about 50. died Sun\ cabbage plan was worked out.

'I'.' 'TV. FLoniDAI t* CMAWr Mae OF C..lbb who.e r.'sidenca dlnln, Plumbers and electricians who day nlgnt as a result of a pistol Bradford County should have pro-

hi r sherry. Plaintiff vs. HerRasberrjr ;and add. I.T: Rout. 3. H.mlng FOR suit SALE kitchen-Bedroom cabinet. suit antic rock- FLASK HOLDERS for the ,Aoi.cn Iready: have licenses witt ,not be wound. duced 200 acres (selling at highest
llaa Case w.. South Carolina. ina'chair odd and ends. Allfurniture pioneer Camera and flash bulbs to take In December. Now
ii 014 Defendant. You are required to appear on practically new Also net a supply now for pictures equlred the examination- I The colored woman surrendered prices)
ORDER OF PUBLICATION January. 19. 1948. In the above nan 1841 Chevrolet In perfect hape. Xmas mornlnc. We have Illua S was said. to' officers following the shooting Mr. Alvares expects no cabbage
..Court .and C"U. Newome'shouse Hull for color pictures Indoors. -,
NOTICB TO APPEAR See Martin at Ray until the middle of January and
... County ,* lift Shop. and was' held
rATFJ .. of farmers' mar Hollywood Camera : by police pending
OF to BerthsRasberry In front
efe d.Vh.Trpufrn', thl. Order r none In volume until the last of
f. whose residence la: .*. ket. It 3ig BananasErnie the outcome of the Inquest the
l..mle Saul. 89. Kerney Avenue, In next verdict of which set her tr... that month. He predicts a nice)

PhUItna manager of I volume then for a short period
The '
incident. occurred about but the rest of the will
ovett's, has seen bananas come midnight' cabbage
Saturday when Brown
nd has seen bananas go. but come In more slowly
attempted to break Into an sstab-
.iiuvma uy' tiro lu inn e.riy nouralast never before has he seen bananas "It Is unfortunate," he said
........... .. .. ..- : Ishment called the "Big House"
..,.. .. fJII''Orlftercy'"nJ.laYbe Jump From Train Saturday morning. No one like the ones on a huge bunch In 'since' December cabbage has

.: : you too .saw a dismal Christmas once through circuI1flC Men \ was In the house at the time, and that cam Uto the store last Knight's Quarter. never failed to bring good prices."

over which you had no control. Try to remember how Injures Two the cause of the fire Is unknown. week. A p p arently weighing Otis Mostey. about 70. Reno Cabbage acreage has been cut

nIl felt that last dark Christmas and bring a ray of Joy to aome- Two men were Injured orfe" The building was a rebuilt twice as much as ordinary bananas was struck by a hit-and-run driver from the planned &:90 acres to

II from Standing. of the Tuesday nlxht, December 19, on 3OO because the land too wet
who needs It now. critically early Tuesday mornlag structure Camp some longest ones was
Road 16
In a railroad accident which occurred -I S he Stark. Fire Department on the bunch measured 12 inches Imlts and just dead outside the city to till.

Sometimes the Old Colonel gets a big kick out\ of ;Just moseying when the men apparently answered' the call at 3:50:: a. m. from tip to stern. I when found was Wednesday of morning.Injuries,I The Market Manager estimatesthat

round, sticking his nose in other folks' business and seeing what thinking there would be a head- He was a part-time employ. 01 Bradford County has only
their train 300 acres of berries now as compared -
ippel..3.. on collision between the Telegraph, and. former,

Thafa tM way I found out that Mrs. Frank Hemingway on West and a side-tracked engine jumped janitor at the usa buIlding.Masons with BOO last year and
(f1ristma! &entitl'S
; 1000 before the war.
.outh-bound freight :
all Street ha a parrot that has lived In Stark. longer than Iota of from a moving
north of Lawtey.T. "The farmers just haven't been
I Just I
who on old-timers. Install
ourselves being
pride I Seaboard able to plant the crop..." be said
"I'". )had her. for 35 years -- since 1912" Mrs. Hemingway said. I E. Taylor fireman sustaineda 1 6:60/): to 11:00 A. M. New Officers "but sweet corn will do fin If

She cam from :Mexico and has never been sick a day \In her. life." Railway nothing: unusual happens."
I skull fracture when b. Jumped .
Polly, of course la a parrot with a yellow head green' body. and from the moving train and struckhis 1 CHRISTMAS \\1 Masonic officers for the coming Incidentally. Mr. Alvarez would

d spot around the wings. Her claim to fame Is based on her head on the rails. He was year were Installed Monday nightIn like to se all farmers concerningthe

igthy Starke citizenship and an undying hatred of the fire. siren. listed as "critically Injured and I Impressive ceremonies at the I planting of cucumbers, since

"Polly can say -have you fed Polly?', -hello', and 'good morning'." Is now in Shadycrest Hospital. lodge hall. ,' there are some questions and misunderstandings

ontlnued Mrs.. Hemingway. "She laughs carries on a telephone con- A trainman by the name of V. S. Ht. John served a* Installing concerning the

'rtatlon.. and calls me to the door." Crawford. address unknown suffered First Presbyterian Church officer and appropriate planting. fie emphasized "sooner

his remarks were made to the new the better" because the purchaseof
But Polly eUdn't say a word. 'an Injured hand from Cherry At Seventh Str"( officers by T. B. Hard inn. Past good seed must be arranged.In .

The venerable bird calls Mrs. Hemingway by that name If strang. leap.The Master. II. O. Kldd served as the meanwhile If the smiling

r. are about but uses the more familiar 1 "Mommaaround nelgh-[ accident happened around The Community Is Invited Marshal. face of old man Sol bel'lMto )

Ire or bomefolks. For some reason Potty la rather cranky these days S a. m. when the thick fog deceived -" Those Installed were: C. E. peek through the clouds DraJ

ut not becavae .f age.'since this species live to be over: a hundred. the men Into believing thata ;;;- Hernwall. W. Mf.. I* Durshl- ford County can get in a little)

, 'a. Hemingway's son. Frank. Is the only member of the family who side-tracked _aln. was on the mer. S. W.f 8. K Peek. .1. W.; dry weather to dig sweet potatoes

ran fondle Potty. Her beak la much sharper than her tongue And same track as the freight They 'i\V Freeman Register Jr., J. D. and cut sugar cane and reap

be Jumped from the cab of the / If. DuPre, 8. 8. ,,sweet corn.

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Kingsley Sand May Prove "Pay Dirt Wettest Fall

Just, Like Col: Peek- Always Believed I (lhr tma Hinders Farming

Col. Comer L. Peek pioneer !
Starke booster 'one-time mayor 115,000 Baby Fish I Operations Here

and veteran real estate agent always -. Added To Lakes }? r
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r 1 had a hunch that the acres : In This CountyThe !- Bureau While'recorded the Jacksonville this year's Weather rain

and acres of) glistening white
State Game sir Fresh Water I'I'I I'O fall as the greatest since the
n Christmas morning, and all over Bradford County scenes and in the Kingsley Lake area Fish Commission has released r Bureau began! keeping records in

e. the happy' one pictured above sure, being re-enacted. However would some day come into Its nearly 115,000'baby: base and I "Only he i. courageous"' 1872 Bradford County ,farmer

portent a. this phase Is, ChMatnuut: has an'even deeper meaning own.Now bream In Bradford County lake I Who never despair:' ._ have been pouring their "under
It looks as If at long last The old water" troubles Into the -.
the tinseled! tree the overflowing stocking and the bountifulkey since last January John F De- proverb .eDtentio
the .Colonel's dream will come qulne, the agency's chief fisheries To aU men declares. .. r ears of County agent T. 1(.,

dinnersThe .' ... ,, true, but not exactly In the manner biologist reported this week. McClane and Market :Manager

that ,he conceived it. Ralph B. Alvar ..
This ,
Around 100,000 of the total were year, with Its
| Christmas season brings would covet that which his neigh- Cot peek always believed that bream.Bradford's. I.oints the and leal's' In Jacksonville Sunday the

t: some of the best In us. It Is bor had. The neighbor would divide the Klnsaley !and! contained all- .. Away. weak up lear lesson! I ,, e rainfall exceeded the 82 Inch record
fingerlings were
en that we become generous.- It that which he'had with the Ida that would make suitable 6f nearly 4,700.666 baby bass part and ..J; That como with, hear the cheers e'w set In\ 1889. This la far above -

J then that we want to give less fortunate man. for the manufacture of glass As reason the normal 49.74 Inches tor
bream the commission has planted ..,:""
ings to each of our .loved ones, _One ,could go on listing the1things1 'bobby, hI Would upon occasion this year In 194 fresh water Be that area. The wettest' month of

pmetlmes the'giving' spirit 6verso -' that. really, ,Christian melt some of the sand and mold lakes and streams In 42 counties strong be gay, it's Chrlstmaeyt 1947 was September with 15.8

so that we take In aome: world would be but these 'are crude objects :from it to prove throughout the state -Ite ; ltl welcome way, Inches. ,

hide the family circle. enough to show us' how far we his contention.But truth, the powerej i'nnew + The Cpunty Agent ays In J h}*.

[it is now that ,we repeat the I are from, having a Christian world. .now It turns out that 'Ii Funds ( ( 1. T.o peace by.Code! .a'Ir. .. i been' Interested In, and worry
of' the birth of the Totaling .
tory It is strange that we call our- Isn't so much the white silica as about the rainfall From his

jilld In Bethlehem and of the selves Christians without bother- the black ore of ilmenite that $106,500 ReceivedBy te'ry-t'hri.tma. an"a'a1! 1 records he figure that Bradford
(mlng of the Wise Men bearing Ing to fulfill, the duties which the i promises to turn the once value- { J Strong and learles County has had only one Week of
)rts. The story of this little word implies. less sand Into County School ]Aler. sneers/I y" '
Kingsley big-time I Christmas p steady dry weather since Sept. 19.
world for the I be without ;
Into the
hill sent Look around you during the "pay dirt". I A So it 4 Ameu--: pan The rain has caused drastic reduction '
The Bradford
County School
mankind it touching one
of a ,
iat od all of ua love.' Christmas season see how far I This week the drilling and test- Board has received $l06. OO from / JaJm .,..... 0_. In .the strawberry acre.
I ing for the prized mineral .. continuing 1yr t ', age he says, but the biggest
short the State since ... p n
|But do< we forget sometimes this world comes when I the Inauguration .......
in the Camp Blnnding '-'.. damage has been to the plantingof
at this little Child became a measured for Christianity. And of the State Minimum Foundation
and the outcome of winter cabbage and the .
n 1 Do we forget this Man cal- while we think of the Babe of area upon Program on July 1, the office ol 1 ruining
these final tests depends the development of strawberry plants the Bradford -
1 on us to remake the world in Bethlehem let us also think of the the County Superintendent reported -
Man He became. Ha of mining facilities anda this week. The Countian tried to raise.
knew pattern? was tired Program
JThe pattern I was clear., It Isfill of people who took advantage of million-dollar plant proposedby was put Into effect In the last Jitney Jungle Shuffleboard The weather hal also injured

clear fork us all to read. I others. He waa Impatient with the E, 1I. duPont de Nemours session of the State Legislature. the pastured and their clover.

I In this world we would be shame and*'hypocrisy. He demanded -:Company of Delaware N. A Prior to last, July the County Much of the Blue Lupine cover

others. The generous spirit I justice fair treatmentof i Parker head of the project In the Board received only teachers Nears' Completion Courts PlannedWork crop has gone' Unplanted and, If
Ililch we feel at Christmas Sean everybody. He drove" the absence of head geologist HarryB. alary and' transportation funds planted, has drowned. Around

would be with us always. money changers out of the temple.To Cannon explained thai the from the State. Under the new 30,000 pounds"of Blue Lupine seed
tests now in progress are to determine i The Jitney Jungle Starke'snewest on two, or possibly three,, ha been farmers
1 In tills world: there would be build the kind of world I law. the Board receives both of > purchased by
more accurately the ton- home-owned and operated shuffleboard courts will begin I in the but It is doubtful
Christ taught could be built means the above as well as current expenses County
crimes no lynchlngs: no mlsatment tore, will January 16 barring shqrtly after the first of the
and of the Blanding open year,,
nage grade .If that
that each of us must first cleanse and Capital Outlay (a plan anywhere near amount has
of those unable to
construction on the east side of the ,
difficulties the courthouses
his own heart. Christmas Is a for permanent Improvement or, been put below the ground. The
ct themselves. pro-I ore.One owners said this week. The I grounds, 0,1,, S. Newcomb. president '
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I In this world there would good time to begin. company employe describedthe construction): I will be housed ln a new concrete of'the'tarke Chamber o f same",1s true of oats and rye -,

JtIshne .illOC: ..areecl.No: 'man, Southern Farmer.Ltti)11 ore last week as "low grade, In the six1*month period since block structure ,located on Call Commerce ,announced yesterday. the rain has slowed or stopped,,
the borderline It. and much seed
saying that it was on : the plan became effective The' growth hasgona .
Street-just west of t Denmark'Furniture ', Thi'courta .will be constructed '

: 1 between profitable &a4' Unprofitable he Bradford County School Board.. Store,, It will be .of the: by 'Russell Judd' tare being unplanted. ._
,j- L operation. However baa received""|S2S50iortaenemsalaries. modern self-service. type:,* '*"r buBt1n! connection 'with the orRanlsatiotvher -. According to the County Agent
) ilte S h odes explained that. the other factor .$15O84'pat > : almoat.fill .the ..).winter crop* were
; ,. 7 .L e-.. In It*'''fftvo*.,::.lneJlarge' Quantity and $ ',068 fontrai.sporta.curr"Jt': -." That "store- will operate'wndet; >* of' Sv local; & ;1'lfurta'C2ub. to' ba.., planted"sometime -after '
penses,[, .
name of
ot the the, Connef.Brother.,
of ,ore and the:Thigh quality Sept. 19, ad that was when' the
WitH Colonel Bradford'' V- The owners and operators "$tarke"'already has a i "
\ the llmenlte Contentsmake It tion.No an C094 resold' ra.ln'bBgan.. Consequently,
for Capital Outlay W. 'C. W.' R. 'M. L number of ,
highly probable that the plant and : Conner. tourists who come att'planting ha been" slowed or
five employing ISO to 200 men wouldbe have been received by'i tha Board W. C. 'Conner,,11 as',;operated the here each winter and we .could
In' Call
Two tattered little fellows were seen a Street and stopped.
hence cannot awarded
they be '
constructed. West JCnd Qracery In the past have a lot more If we would make
n one day laaVweek having some tiny'ChrI.tmas tree, lights tested. the ", until a survey by the State BducaUort ., Ben' Hall lathe contractor for some effort' to entertain them With an optimistic note Mr.

"No good,*' .said the pretty, young,' leeglrl. Ilmenite used In manufacture "by' the- Department Is complete It i iI. the 40x100 ft. building.Ordinance or supply them with the! means McClane said that, cabbage o'ats,

One of the youngsters took'the fights, put them:: in his pocket I I of paint was found the west- Is not known If. the State will per- of entertaining themselves" New rye. and Blue Lupine should reap
duPont geologists along mit funds be rewards If the weather get backon
tousled I Capital Outlay to comb stated.The .
il I '
( walked out of the store his head hanging low and tears of the Camp Blanding Passed
'ern edge used for alf-roond improvements schedule Sweet-potatoes and
Illng up In }his I used fora construction of the shuf-
reservation In an area
reatrlctvthelr use to new buildIng Requiring Exams sugar cane survived the
Since this procedure seemed a bit unusual,'the Old Colonel asked firing range. only. Bradford County I III : fleboard courts will be the first dampness better. than was expected

.e salesgirl why she gave Ithe boys the burned-out bulbs. Harry B. Cannon, who released entitled ,to 135,000: Capital Out Before Licensing step In for the development of a pro- he 'said.
gram tourists
sponsored by
"They found them back of':the store" she replied.. "Some wed a statement concerning the discovery lay for this fiscal year Electricians and plumbers will the Chamber of Commerce In co- Because of the difficulties caused -
to the Telegraph -
thrown away, and brought them In for me to test. I knew they're of llmenlte returned to henceforth be required to undergo operation with other civic organ by the rain not.much over one-

no good :when they brought them In." last week Delaware has but will Health Clinic an examination before beingIssued izations.W. third of the strawberries the
farmers to rala
I went out on the street found the boys standing on the curbd be "cpmlng and going" accordingto Will Be ClosedThe 1 a license to operate in :H. Nollman was recently ap- planted The County Agent were estimates -

BIlked them If they had ay 'r.8. to put the lights on. Mr, Parker, Starke. according to a new or- pointed by the Chamber to heada that the County will have
Bradford County Health dinance panned by the City Coun- committee for the organization
"No. But we could get one the eldest eagerly piped. Mr. Parker head geologist In Department office will be closed cil at its meeting last week.A of a Tourist Club. lees than 400 acres of berries this
"Have you got a etring'of wires with sockets to put the bulbs his absence has been in the year. The prewar average for
December 29 through December local examining board for
?" Bradford County area since April.He Bradford County was 900 to 1000
asked him.
27, tn observance of Christmas electrician has been set up but Fatal ShootingOf
in Keystone ,
"No we don't. he said dejectedly. "I guess the lights wouldn't now resides holidays.I plumbers who apply will be sent acre
with his wife and daughter. f
Heights Market Alvarez
Negro Man Manager commented
us any good anyhow. would like at this time to ex- to some nearby city that already -
Then taking the little green ,bulb and the little white one outf of tend on behalf of the staff our has an authorized examine Held JustifiableA that rain Is "one of the
Mont of the world's supply Lings we just can't control" and
| his pocket he looked at them forlornly, turning them over and sincere appreciation to the official ing board it was said.
llmenlte used In the preparationof that he Is very disappointed with
iver In his hand finally dropping them to the pavement near the paint pigment now comes from agencies, civic organizations The new ordinance adopted following coroner's jury inquest held the results it wrought In Brad

urb. Then both of them put their hands In the pockets of their India although there ,are some and residents of Bradford Countyfor the apperance of a del- Tuesday afternoon declared as ford County. .

ttered trousers and walked away close together, and not speaking small mining operation In Flor- their cooperation and support egation of licensed electricians at "Justifiable homicide" last Saturday One of the blow '
biggest according -
I watched them out of sight, up the street. I don't know where Ida. The mineral Is found in most during the past year. a recent meeting protesting the night's shooting of Clinton to :Mr. Alvares, was
"faulty wiring and workmanshlp" -i Brown colored by Ella Bell also -
ey were going, but I do know that they walked with an ache I In Florida sand, but usually In unprofitable In, We our pledge ourselves toward bettermentof to do all that has been poor executed colored, In "Knight's
heir hearts a sorrow greater and more acute than any adult can amounts.The power cabbage plan was worked out.
health In Bradford County In on some jobs In this vicinity., : Brown, about 50, died Sun-
now pushed their shaggy heads down until their chins rested upon duPont company has secured the In-coming year and wish Plumbers and electricians who day night a* a result of a pistol Bradford County should have produced
heir a 10 lease with an option 200 acre (selling at high'
chests.I year a Merry Christmas.A. already have licenses will,not be wound.
can't help but wonder how many youngsters tn Bradford to renew from the State. everyone. Y. Coving very ton, M.D. Director required to take the examination The colored woman surrendered eat prices) In December Now

:unty will see Christmas come and go without'a single! little light)i in The Company I* given five yearsto It was said to officers following the shootingand 1ft. Alvarez expects no cabbage
I estaWleh the plant but representatives nf -i until the middle of January and
their heart not one little white one nor one IItUe I was held by police pendingthe '
rof the'firm have Intimated Bagwell Home none In volume until the last of
ne.'f. r .. Jreel\l Big BananasErnie outcome of the Inquest, the
that its construction will that month. He predicts a nice)
There Isn't a mart Irt the C! lllttVh U regularly employed: be rushed If and when the min Burned SaturdayThe verdict of which set her free volume then for a short period.

ouldn't bring a whole' Hood of light into some little fellow's heart|I eral deposit I* determined to be home of Kenneth Bagwell Jjvett's, ; has Phillip, bananas manager come of The Incident occurred about but the rest of the cabbage will
ho might otherwise not see a glimmer. A ten'cent toy will do itl\I Ir satisfactory.- ,.,_ Camp Standing employe, was destroyed and has seen bananas go. but attempted midnight to Saturday break Into when Brown establishment come In more slowly."It .

a small bag of fruit. Christmas afternoon would be an Ideal time by fire in the early hour never before has he seen bananas called the "Big an House"- la unfortunate;* ha said.

o start out upon such a mission of mercy. !Jump From Train last Saturday morning.' No one like the ones on a huge bunch ID Knights Quarters. since December cabbage has

Maybe you too saw a dismal Christmas once, through circum- was In the house at the time, and that came Into the store last ',ever failed to bring good prices"

tanee 'over which you had no control. Try to remember how : Injures Two Men the cause of the fire Is unknown.The week. A p p arently weighing Otis struck. Moaley, about 70, Reno Cabbage acreage has been cut
was by a hit-and-run driverTuesday
ou felt that last dark Christmas and bring a ray of Joy to some- ; Two men were Injured and building was a rebuilt twice a. much as ordinary bananas night December 15. on from the planned COO acres to
land too wet
300 because the was
from Bland inn. sum of the longest ones
ne who needs it mornlag structure Camp
now. critically early Tuesday Road IS just outside the city to till.
measured 12 Inches
fitarke Fire Department on the bunch
in railroad accident which occurred Th limits and was dead of Injuries
answered the call at 3:SO a. m. from tip to stern. i The Market Manager estimatesthat
kick out of moseyfnl'round. I
Sometimes the Old Colonel gets a big just when the men apparently I when found Wednesday morning.
Bradford has
County only
sticking his nose In other folks' business and seeing what thinking there would b.. a headon I Ife was a part-time employe of 300 acres of berries now as compared -
appena. collision between their train I the Telegraph and a former
with BOO last and
That' the way I found out that Mrs. Frank Hemingway on West and a side-tracked engine jumped (!! rthtuwB ,rruitr11 Janitor at the usa building, 1000 before the war. year
lots of from moving south-bound freight ..;
all Street has a parrot that has lived In Starke longer than a I "The farmers just haven't been
north of Lawtey.T. \
a who pride ourselves on being old-timers. just Masons Install able to plant the crops" he said,

"I'v had her for 35 year since 1912," Mrs. Hemingway said E. Taylor. Macclenny.sustained Sea- 10:00: (a 11:00 A. M. New Officers "but sweet corn will do fine if

She came from Mexico and has never been sick a day In her life." board Railway fireman nothing unusual happens"

Polly of tours Is a parrot with a yellow head green body andd a from skull the fracture moving when train and he jumped struck 1 CHRISTMAS DAY \\1 Masonic officers for the coming Incidentally Mr. Alvarez! would

spots around the wings. Her claim to fame 1* based on her his head on the rail*. Ha. was year wore Installed Monday nightIn like to see all farmers concerningthe

engthy Starke citizenship and an undying hatred of the tire siren. listed as "critically' Injured andis .I Impremlve ceremonies at the I planting' of cucumber, alnc.th"r. .
lodge hall. are some questions and misunderstandings -
"Polly can say "have you fed Polly? 'hello', and 'good'morning', now In Shadycrest Hospital.A
V. 8. St. John served a* Installing concerning the
ontlnued Mr*. Hemingway. She laughs, carries on a telephone conersatlon. trainman by the name of First Presbyterian Church officer and appropriate planting H* emphasized "soonerthe

and calls me to the door." Crawford, address unknown. suffered I remarks were mad to the new better" because the purchaseof

But Polly eUdn't say a word. an Injured hand from his Cherry At Seventh Street officers by T. B. Hardln, Past good seed must be arranged.'

The venerable bird calla Mrs. Hemingway by that name If strange Master R. O. Kldd served as In the meanwhile If the smiling

<. are about but uses the more familiar "Momma" around nelgh- leap.The accident happened around The Community Is Invited Marnhal. I. face of old man Sol begin

>*>rs or homefolk For some reason Polly I* rather cranky these days. 6am. when the thick log deceived Those installed were: C E. to pk through the clouds, Dr.JI -

but not because .f age since this specie live to be over: a hundred.rs. the men Into believing thata nog .r; rif+ Hern wall, W. H.; F. L. Durahl- I ford County can get la a little
is the only member of the family who side-tracked engine was on the. 1 met 8. W.: S. L. Peek J. W.: i dry weather to dig sweet potatoes .
Frank *
Hemingways. than her tongue! And name track as the freight They ""' ; 1! Freeman Register. Jr. J. D. and cut sugar can, and reap the.
much sharper N
an fondle Potty. Her beak jumped from the cab of the / H. DuPre S S. ('sweet corn.

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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED One Woman's TQ CARVE TURKEY harles John", ....LOIIIO'( 0111 I''I Iln"IP"1\ fl.. '

v Kathryn I '
Fay tlle..1. piaiogft
1877Published E. i. MATTHEWS. OWN,11 ? Case. No, 8198. Drfn,4'',
OpinionBy ORDER OF PUnL '
Every Friday and Entered a STATj9NOTICR TO AC10\: '
Office at BIHee RossCHRISTMAS .vn Fay "tK.&oypLy's': :
Clans Matter at the PimtMEMBER t
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1947 SPIRITI nnmedyCourtant You are required, In N'?,Ihapp.y..t..,

7 am the Christmas spirit! ''',.
on plaintiff seeks .k
i, Subscription 92 Annually ....0 For Six! I enter the home of poverty, County Telegraph<1IVo.ee'R.shall. pbbgraj'
Order '
causing pale faced children to next four
'I play Witness Weekly I",
YT'' the words w open their eyes wide, in pleased seal at Starke. hand P'larldq*II hor:
hl wonder.I cemher 16lh, 19.7. ,
good will to cause the miser's clutched handto A. Clerk or'A J" Thm,

i JESUS rolax, and thus paint a bright /.,? /////// t I'Ir Lucille C. Conn,.. D'gld C.
:ir'-a., : : 'tlandOlr.nn: Grea{
Ii spot on his soul.I 1
Cut vertically on each aide ol the ALly". for
THE PERFECT : as the day cause the aged to renew their 1 second joint Then bend entire "led : 12.t It

youth and to laugh In the old downward xpoiinf ball .ock.L Di.. IY 4.OI'NTY Cllte"ITi"hT, ; n lDFn'
Christendom glad way. connect lir&uiitick and thigh in one CEI& FLOIIIU''. I; Ca

t The following' editorial was written by the h e unbroken I keep romance alive\ in the heartsof pi ct. Remove wings Men fettle Qrlbbnd Cribb 1..lntlrr. ,.

C. P. Mooney for the Memphis Commercial-Appeal childhood, and brighten sleep DI'fonda" Cueeh

December 22, 1912. It Immediately received recognition good will to with dreams woven of magic. AND AOTICR'ro APPEAR

as one of the world's greatest editorials I cause eager feet to climb dark STATE OF FLOI1A) toNeils ;
occasions.There stairways with' fill>d baskets, Mae ('rfb. whore
and has been reproduced on address |Is: r'
leaving behind hearts amazed at way, Mouth Carolina' 1 110m',
ia other character in history like that my ; the goodness of the world.I January You are required' to "PPHr
no on earth I 19, 19n, In the
As a preacher, as, a doer of things, and as a cause the prodigal to pause a ed tiff Court....k..and dlvorr"Cause. hradl..r".shove! p1 n I
moment his wild wasteful
pher no man ever had.the sweep and vision of Jesus.A and mocks on Telegraph shall pUbll"h Cnu
way, and send to anxious loved rn next four Or
of the human actions of losuee
human analysis Witness
t ones some little token that releases my hand and 'olt,
" its perfect good-will to 3 seal at Starke, Florida
to view a rule of thicsiJesus2ught glad tears-tears which cemher 17, 1941. this

The system during His wash away the hard line of sor- Divide drumstick and second join (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tho

i sojourn 2,000 years ago was true then, has been true row.I 2. by limply cutting between the BY' Lucille. 't. Conner Clerk ob said C' Co''

j century since, and will be true forever. more loud n enter dark prison cells, remind two bonei. T..AllY'Frank. for PIt.I.andru", Starke Fis
Plato was a great thinker and learned in his : ing scarred manhood of what 12-17 41 1 ilx
of time. In nor doth He might have been, and CIRCUIT COI liT. Bnopo
his teachings did not stand the test pointing ('OUNTT, FLOIIIU'I
and in little things times and human experience forward to good days yet to be. CERY 1l'U..
the right ,, I come softly into the stilled, Maude. Wllloul/hby/ Abbott Plain I
that he erred. v. Wilbur 'VIII"rd
white home of. pain, and lips dant. Cane N'o. 6200 Abbllll' Del
Marcus Aurelius touched the reflective mind ,,, good-will to that are too weak to speak ORDER OF PCRLICATIox

t world, but he was cold and austere as brown marble. '- Just tremble in client, eloquent STATE AND NOTICFc OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR III Will

The doctrine of Confucius gave a great gratitude. I.'Vllliard unknown Abbott, whose t..ld"

and mental dry rot. on its way, In a thousand ways I cause the I 'n1,1e I You .an required 10 npp.'t
The teachings of Buddah resulted in mental j night to weary world to look up Into IIe January named. Court U. U4 and' In the .b

7 chaos and makes India derelict .the face of God, and for a lit Plaintiff seeks divorce cauo.and WI eu?"'
chant sub- / tie moment forget the thingsthat of children. Bradford County ?,
of ethics
Mohammed offered system ,
a graph shall pnl.ll,h this Ordn
by millions of people. Now their children are small and wretched. next: four weekly Imuen.
.good-will to I am the Christmas spirit.E. Slice brent meal down. Remove Witness my bond and offi,
deserts where once were cities, along dry rivers, 3 seal at Btark (Florida thi. I
C. BairdI slices by inserting knife horizon comber JS, 194(.
once there was moisture, and in the shadows of -Longfellow. tally. Add the gresi. Iron the pan to (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thorn
hills where there was greenness. lit container. As Clerk of laid Co.
once have
ren kept this for a year to our Bv Lucille C. Conner, D. r.!
x Thomas Aquinas was a profound philosopher, use and when I started to use 1 it Robert H Duncan roe Lrll

j $ of his system have been abandoned. it was gone. Looking high and Attyn.ITulldlnr for; JnrkaonvUlD.Plf. 17.17t Fin
Francis Assisi was Christ-like in his saintliness low would not produce it, but by And speaking of carving the

some- things he was childish. fate, while I was looking for turkey::

Thomas A. Kempis' Imitation of Christ is a something else, I did find It. I It seems that the Newlyweds COLDSLIQUID

rare beauty and sympathy, but it is, as its name Gay Masquerades do hope that you will enjoy it were giving their first turkey
her husband
as much as I have and If I have wasa
only an imitation.Sir In Plantation Days helped In novice at carving, Mrs. Newlywed feJU-Mnee1 Null d Cold MIUMII mt IIHie
anyone any to find
Moore's Utopia is yet a dream that way I.rsaf Milw lie1 CoM r>m> Thomas insisted that he learn
... the Christmas spirit then I have to LIQUID
be realized. accomplished a great deal. I can carve from her new cookbook 666 COID AT10Co.
Lord Bacon writing on nsa twentieth d I festival of Christmas with the not help but have the Christmasspirit lest he display his Ignorance before .,* Ue*tnhr YeM

the glasses of the man working b Y, most boisterous hilarity. with all these children. the guests.

oratory is puerile. Hold Exercises They either keep you full of pep The turkey was placed before

L The world's most learned doctors until a e; "I have witnessed groups and or beaten to a pulp. At this the inexperienced host, who was -

fifty years ago gave dragon's blood and ground scenes that were perhaps more time I am so head-over-heels In plainly at a loss to know how fN

lizards and shells of eggs for certain ailments. Geor peculiar than beautiful, and more work that I don't have time to to begin. .5,sue er0isisarg

surgeons a hundred years ago bled a man if Ben exciting than Intl'restlng.The ex worry about spirit.I "Go on, dear, carve it. You

wounded. Epla. ercises of Christmas holiday usually know exactly how to' do it," his roves a flaw w
'S, Napoleon had the world at his feet for four hear commence with a casual have figured out what I need loyal young wife whispered.!

A h years, and when he died the world was going on its meeting of the blacks by twos (not what I want, mind you but "Of course I do, but 1 can.ttlnd
1 a. and threes at the corners of the what I need).. I need a packageof
r "If he had never lived. hull streets, and, by the time all things needles about two of pins a any of the dotted lines,

Jesus taught'little' as to property ',because a- are ready tor afoot race, out box full of buttons, about a doaen fameback the trouubled answer. NONNUS'fIM1E

there were things of more importance than world.'e Sing, step a bevy of sable damsels, 'spools of thread assorted colors,

' ,j measured property and life, the body and soul, at fo r dressed In white, with fancy turbans and a new thimble. I just figured ':'f CIRCUIT COURT' BAMFORCKHV

act relative value. He taught much as to .. and huge pantalets and scar- all,. these out.the other day COUNTY; < 'FI-OKIi, 1SI CHAN_

cause character is of more importance than let sashes around their waists; when I was doing my weekly Sarah Olean Plalntlfr. vs Clarence

Other men taught us to develop systems of found and ,then follow the scrub races, mending. II. Olann.ORDER Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Cane No 6181.

ment. Jesus taught so as to perfect the minds Flor upon which the planters bet their AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
dollars and the There comes a time In STATE OF FLORIDA tor Clarence
ii darkles
their everymother's
: Jesus looked to the soul, while other men dwelled on M. Glenn, whose reddens and ad. G. F. ODOM
rial shillings; then the drinking and life, I guess, when she dress I.: Unknown.
n I the merriment proceed realizes that her children are You are required to appear on
After the experience of 2,000 years, no man January a, 1918. In the above nam DEALER IN FRESH
getting ol year "Now the banjo and the fiddle more Court and Cause n plaintiff CURED MEATS
outlined AND
a flaw in the governmental'systems as and more I eeek divorce, Bradford
g are taken every day. have discovered County
and two negroes .
up .
and socialist' give Telegraph .hall publish this Order ***
Czar and kaiser, president con are placed each upon a drygoodsbox that my older three boys In T.Kt four w j-jj jj f ff-f-f0
complete merit their admiration. ap for the purpose of ascertaining have begun to be doubtful of Witness Jny handl.ands'officia WHOLESALE
'' No man today, no matter whether he follows the which of the twain can dance Santa Claus. They have even SSbeVifYiVJ. Florida this D. AND RETAIL

trine of Mills. Marx or George as to property, can g the longest time without stopping figured out the technical parts, As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas -

false principle in Jesus' theory of property.In to breathe Anon we have a such as Santa's reindeer flying.I By Luellle C.; Conner, D. C. Sin.ES'
his fellow sociolo their! systematic street have convinced them anew. T. Frank Landrum:, I!-':k Fla ROUTE 100 2 : '
the duty of a man to no fight between a Atty for Plf. 12.11 4t ,... STARKE
ever approximated the perfection of the doctrine fro couple of rowdies:; and then the though, telling them that it Is SOUTH OF
the work of God, but I know IY ( ,. "
rev that
crowd 'flU"'IT ( < -
motley COI'I1T
gathers tintuFot
by Jesus in Ills Sermon on the Mount. around an when rot Y'rY, n_ .
die old hunter, who has Christmas Is over I must FL/,11911,11 J'II CHAS!!
Not all the investigations of chemists, not Just entered 4-ny:
t the village, riding get them together and explain It Art"ur Rasberry Plaintiff ==
of upon a gaunt ve. nr.
discoveries of not all the experiences .
explorers, the M..e -
the horse, and bringing to them and tell them not to let itaeberryDefendant. Caw .-
market No. 61119.e
not all of the historical facts that go to make up the g the hams of his one hundred and the little ones know. I dread th ORDER nil' PUBLICATION' OIL
1 human knowledge today are in contradiction to fortieth deer of the task but It must be done. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR! PURE
uttered principle laid down by Jesus. OF FLORIDA tot Bertha PRODUCTSSPARK
or one : Anvil aHberry, whoRe residence Ia:
The human experiences.of 2,000 years show that o 1 Shooting It Is grand though just to a Mumle hauls, 99 Kern..y Avenu., I .\MXfi
u Perhaps later the custom began Jersey City, N. J. PLUG CLE
made mistake. Jesus uttered a be alive. I read somewhere"t You are
never a never of to
pouring gunpowder into the appear on I CHAROBOTIRE
1il' was true at that time and then became obsolete. this hollow of an anvil and firing this. the crudest pl rent in the world January named Court 19. 19U.and In the, above BATTERY
cause wh..reln BFIPAI3We :
Jesus spoke the truth He lived the truth, and :" State Librarian W. T. Cash says was the one who wouuldn't let I lalnllrr .sake divorce. Jlr..drord &: TUBE:
the County Telegraph
e chllldren hang decorations shall publish thl.
eternal. In some communities the anvil Onler In neat four weekly issues. .
on the tree.I .
,t History has no record of any other man leading &com,; a r shooting began at twelve o'clockon seal Wltnese at Starke'my., band Florida! .and thto offlolm D.e..mh..r .-

fect life or doing everything in logical order.. Jesus r- Christmas eve night and continued was going to write a recipefor (OFFICIAL U. 1947. Also Do
until the SEAL) A. 3. Thom,..
only person whose every action and whose every 01 following midnight a fruit cake but it, doesn't C. Clerk of CurIN AUTO REPAIRSTENLY'S

strike a true note in the heart and mind of every one 1 minutes with one explosion each 60 seem that I have the room. I Charles"y I.uell". R. fI.Conn..r.... 104.05 D. C.d Guarant
on hour. ,
of woman. lie never said a foolish thing, never did Y e baked mine the other day-25: 1.lr. Bldg.. Jacksonville Fla.
t "
ish act, and never dissembled. tt .. pounds of It. Some people asked Atty for Plf. n'17 U 1IN -g

t No poet no dreamer, no philosopher loved why so mUCh but_ by the : COI'NTY('IRClIl, i'OCRT. lR"'D"O D PURE OIL
with the love that Jesus bore toward all men. near Rising i time I ,get through giving It ER" FLORIDA, CHAN; .

Who, then, was Jesus? 1837 : away I will barely have enough v.Ha..1... Patrick Dickinson ". .' Plaintiff, Service Station
their Ry M... Edward' Norman for us to have plenty. rendant, Connell, D. J99
for Case No Phone
He could not have been merely a man, 8UI. Temple Avenue

was a man who pad two consecutive thoughts i I want to wish each and every I I STATE AND ORDER NOTICE OF Oil' PUBLICATIONDAPPEoR TO

Mr. and Mrs. Pat
truthful perfection. mos Olin Graves anddaughter one of my readers a very tick I."M"I (Connell whose rent
Jesus must have been what Christendom Shirley, of Daytona merry Christmas and I hope that dunes Connellevllle' I West Fay.tte Street, -----------

Him to be-a divine being-or He could not have was Beach, were recent guests of Santa fills your stocking good I.I You are P.nnayl"anl."l appear. o n ;

hind those things which Jesus gave to the world Mrs. Maude Graves. and full to brimming over. And ed January Court"and' 1946 cause. 'T'thV.. wherein. nam CRtll.r..mrJy Juni.I.1 Saillt

heritage. Mrs. Billiard Broughton of may God bless you all. I I Ittf seeks dlvores. and .....,ft..Dlaln.. n"
Gainesville was a recent guest of Tolerrraph miner child. Bradford Count; r

THE MESSAGE OF CHRISTMAS have Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton and Husband's Name First In Wltn.neat..four.. shall weekly publish. I..u.this. Order ..

ones Mr and Mrs. Arley Broughton.W. On Christmas ...al at Star k. hand and nffl..lal
Florhla. tbl. D.-
Another Christmas comes to pass with the soft C. Burton returned home cemher 12 1941.

ring of the carols almost muted by the harsh I sifted last week from a visit with his perplexing etiquette OFFICIAL.SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
.of what some writers choose to call "the cold aft. daughter In the Chattahoochae. this season of sending n7 Lucille C.=? olSn.r.0f'M 0. Id Court.
greet. Fleming, Jones, .
most but For to the discerning ear Ep- hospital. She was a little betterat Scott Bolt.
never quite. I ings Is that of how to sign hus- J.VKIUS& Building'
tones of the Christmas message are made more pol Some this time, but the doctors say band-and-wlfe Christmas cards. Attye. tor Plf.. .
there is no chance for her to get There ,, ,T 4t ,
the stark dispatches from the diplomatic tables. are two types of cards, I" I

flage: .is for all-bringing hope and courage and with the I well. formal and Informal. Formalones enR4TY CIR"t'lT, e'LOa1D.t1 COj'RT. nRAnFORD 1:11: 4ItANFrederick : :
Mr. and Mrs S. N. Hesa and are usually\ I
wherever one may be. Let us listen to its bearer, engraved as a
of JIf I
children formerly of Hampton : visiting card would be-with Mr. Flassl C. W.ltera. Plaintiff vs.
WaIte.. I1
us the purpose of His coming: we' Defendant. Case I
Lake were visiting friends here and Mrs. Informal No. 8190.
I printed
"I am come a light Into the world that whosoever I ORDER
I lleveth on nut should not abide In darkness.. a I' recently They have moved to or signed by hand ordinarily follow -.1 AND NOTICE PUBLICATION't'n APPEAR
the forest fire tower between this rule: It's best to have the O
If we truly commemorate this day we shall' .. Green Cove and Palatka where husband's name first, the wife's!.SWaltsriwhne Linden rR.si l nce': b I :a 620

our understanding of the Christ, relight our faith, .. a I Mr. Hess Is employed. second and the children's, if any, Yenta 8treet Bristol Penneyl.

let the temporary successes of evil darken our vision. ; t Everybody here Is busy grinding aTterwarrts. For example. "John I VDU .a,e required. tn appear nn. .z I.. -

"I came to save the world I am com In "Ad- cane, when It Isn't raining. and Martha Jones and John Jr." ednCou rt land9cause, 'Whereinplain' RtarsM
Father'. name, ami ye receive me! not." Mrs. 1. D. Graham of Daytona If there are just husband and t.tiff T.I"rrraph"e..k. divorce. Bra"'ord COlin. "Me late Jail twit>'t, Hof
poor, wife, the Order In publish Ihla Ike M fatal a"eM ry
This Christmas commemorates the date of His In Beach and Mrs., Leonard McKln- person signing the card Wltn."a nest four weekly Issue..
not without sadness. For if his spirit were truly in the I ney of Holly Hill were visiting writes Never his send or her a card name without second. cemher Real .t 12.Starke 1947.my. Mnd Florida end, this official D.- "t /

hearts, intolerance would be lifted from us, and the Mr. and a i OFFICIAL
Mrs. John' McKinney re Mr.. Mrs. or Miss\ Prefixed to the SRAL' A..J. Th-ma. STAKKC DRY ClIAWBAND
love would reign. cently. While here they also name of the person addressed* a',. 1.11"111. A.C. (("Ierk. nf "M Court

mThis Christmas, let there be a prayer in OUT visited Mrs. 'V, H. Melton in 'never use an Initial for the first 'Fleming R.rnett .lone."onn..r.Scott D.t C nnfet. MUNDIT

be re-heard and remembered around the : do. W&1-i name J.Ck.onvllle National, Florida Pa,1e Building 4 u
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I The Langs where I used to board. tbs. san -_-,. .... .-
Four Bradford Vets
They never forget for they remember I
Clay HillBy how I loved the holly State FarmBy CHRISTMAS TREES Studying ForestryIn

tree. It brought back pleasant (CRIBS AND
Lura Burgess Mohr memories of Christmases now Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld CEPPIjChristmas Lake City 22: ,

ronca, Nebr. past. How time does change a .. a ---,-,--...w .-<
Bradford County now has four We
a a a a a a a things. Even though far the bet- COMMUNITY CLUB
veterans of World War II
Wheiirln I enjoy my Christmas ter for us we do look back with CHRISTMAS MEETING

tree' and prepare' for ChrlHtmas. happiness to dear friends so far: The Community Club had a rolled in the Columbia County ( ) : h x

i Then I meditate on the comingnew away. 1 combined meeting and party Tues- Forestry School: at the Lake City Jef- i

year. Lot of letters from Clay Hill day afternoon of last week. The Naval 'Air Station. They are:

Everyone seems ao happy and traditional tree, beautiful native Pitt Newsome and Robert Taylorof ltp
"May His Blessings rest upon the busy. Mildred and Juanlta Man greenery and Christmas candles
Starke, and J. C. Prevatt Jr.,
country folk ning were going to help Shirley emphasized the seasonal motif and i
This Christmas night. He loved Mosley trim her Christmas tree. made the Club Room, with the, and Floyd Wllkerson of Lawtey.It .

eEC Filer the wide glad earth Mr. Jones and Essie Mae board burning yule logs In the huge fireplace U a one-year course.

And proved it in each wise word with Mrs. Dora Zird. Winton; ,an Ideal setting for this:: B Mr. Newsome Is high in his

that he spoke.A Parrish and Jack Wilkinson have festive gathering. In the center: praise of the school and recommends -
o Santa stable stall was chosen for His been hunting for quail, I believe. of the room there was a long,1 trees: and cribs, with- it to other veterans who

birth Ben and Geneva Padgett have lace-covered table holding a tier in respective spheres ()f influence, can get this training without cost

And the hallelujah chorus rang moved to one of the cottages at ed, exquisitely decorated cake,1 provide focal points for observances under the O. I. Bill of Rights.Mr. .

(wrote a note to Santa Claus out clear Camp number one. They planto topped with a miniature Santa. of the season, Newsome .states that thereIs

ought it would be fun. And high above the land, that build a house at Highland. At Claus. Salted nuts, gaily colored Various legends claim to tell a big demand for trained foresters

d I I'd like a lot of things men who long present Ben works for Frank candles and open faced sand.I' the story of the first Christmastree and he has already been r

[Eipeclally a gun. Had watched the silent skies be Herndon who has a saw mill. wiches In the shape of Christmas, ; actually, evergreen decorations offered a good position, but preferred -

it rather shook his bead and first to hear Genevla graduated from the ninth trees were attractively arrangedon were so closely associated to stay In the school until

(std The startling announcement in grade when I taught at Clay Hill.I the table. At each end there' with pagan celebrations that they he finished the course

( wise old Santa knew that song. have word that J. M. Manningand was a handsome silver service. I' were banned by many ecclesiasticsof

{about myself or someone else -Grace N. Crowell. Easter Mosley are married. From one Mrs. P. D. Fancher: the early church. Drills SuspendedThe

j that would never do. Congratulations. Also Buddy poured tea and from the other I
When read this it will be According to literature, the
[then I wrote and asked him Christmas.you The presents will be Padgett and Sistree Mosley are Mrs. M. E, Griner poured coffee. I first Christmas tree was set up local National Guard com-
for I I married. God bless them. Theyall Visitors on this occasion were; pany will suspend drills until '1
all about and the lovely paper and at Strasbourg, Germany, in 1604;
|sleigh with jingle bells, ribbons that tied them with such went to school to me. They Mrs. W. D. Newton, Mrs. Nelle even then, the cry arose against/ after the holiday period. It was
and train of may seem young to us but they Beavers and Miss Cecile McRae. announced
i auto, a cars, loving care will be flung aside. I heathen customs and as late as this week The next
d a pound of caramels. hope you are well and happy. I will get a start (in life and be Mrs. J. S. Bouvier, President: 1851 the Rev. Henry Schwan was drill will be held on January 7.
happy. I donot believe in waiting presided over the brief business
l lister May she cried, "Don't have my tree up and lighted with severely criticized for setting upa
Ink until old to marry. session. Hostesses were membersof Christmas tree in his church In
those bubbling new electric lights. REAL ESTATE
lor all those noisy toys, We all enjoy the tree, even Helpful Hint" the social committee. During Cleveland, Ohio.
Jnrt Santa knows that candy If your doughnut cutter sticks, the social hour there was an exchange -: Lint your property for sale
though we have no small children St. Francis of Assist received
n't good for little boys." dip it in Flour. Dip each time of gifts that served as : with' me. I have Bold many
here. I have red candle in the
i then I wrote and asked him window a below. you cut. Make your scrap bag lovely mementoes of the party, i special permission from the popeto pieces of property and have !
mortuary present a tableau of the nativIty -
of an old net curtain, then you A
ninny prospective buyer
Jfor good. He does not bother the MKSHAW-MrHlROW! scene. This first crib, setup
I music box to play can locate scraps without removing "miuarn deal It giiarnnttM-d. A
presents beneath the tree. Don Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley announce In Grocclo, Italy, In 1223 was
watch just like father's all from the bag. Clean your fair commission Is all that I require.
my has gone out in the country to the marriage of their, immediate sensation: the renaissance -
tell the time of day. meat grinder by running a crustof ) An member of the
i set up a gas stove that he sold. daughter, Nell Bradley Muldrow, endowed the cribs with orn-
II I brother Tom he laughed and Today I had a box of holly from bread through it after using. to Walter H. Meshaw, Chief Float- ate pageantry and, modernly! the Realty Board you may tieOHNiircil
When thread ..
TsalJ crocheting put your that I will represent
swain Mate of the Great Lakes crib Is to southern Europe: and
through the hole in a safety pin to the best of .
ur brain must be askew, knows station. The marriage was solemnized Catholic countries what the treeIs you my ability.

Santa I never brings such The mind of Santa Claus attached to your dress. The in Waukegan, Ill, on to America and northern lands., N. \VAIN\VItIOIIT, JR.
She it's safe to let him thread will not snarl. Make pop
| things says Mrs. RealtorI IPhone 131
November: 22. Mr. and Eighteenth century' Italians
kids corn balls around a sucker for, .
little like
i bring
you. Meshaw ,spent their honeymoonwith were fond of a fantastic decoration -
i best, the children. This will supply a
first I felt discouraged Whatever he thinks
relatives in North Carolinaand called the Ceppo. Pyramldlcal -
I'm because mother has I truly think handle too. Rub tough chicken,
(it I now not And are now at home to their in construction the Ceppl
mother says that n o one More sense than all the rest. or old game with lemon juice.
412 Street. made framework of
friend at Clayton on
were a
Let stand awhile and it will be
111.Sympathy laths with transverse shelves rising
tender when cooked. Here Is a MGE R t
to three four stories, depending -
G dish for New Year's time while Is extenilc 1 to Mr. or
TO ){ 0 Uwhose on the over-all size of
the children are home. I am so and Mrs, Lester Dobbs and ""m- the Ceppo.The .

hungry for black-eyed peas. It llly and to Mr. and Mrs Arch whole covered
thing was
is called Hopping John. 1 cup the recent
and In
Dobbs family
with colored paper, tufts, tasselsfringes ,
black-eyed peas, soak and cook death of their mother, Mrs. Mary
friendly support han contributed so slowly with a piece of salt pork. Dobbs of Raiford. tiny pine cones and little -

greatly during tIle past! year, may we extend Takes about three hours., Add 1 1>lr. and Mrs. Dennis. Fancherare represented flags; a on manger the lowest scene shell waR,
cup of well washed rice, stirringto with Mr. and Mrs. P. D.

a cordial and appreciative thanks. May your blend. Add more salt to taste. Fancher, Mr. Fancher Jr., now ed while with the small upper gifts ones, etc were,; wax cover tapers AND MAY GOD :

Christmas be happy and the New Year This serves six. being a State Farm employe. were placed along the side I
Outsldo window and far
BUIUGE (LVIl ENJOYS!; and a large gilt cone ornamented That's our simple
P cos_ over the hills! the ground is white .
PVAN and snow covered. Tho trees are ('JlIUSTII.1'I TY the top. Although the original BAR,7
H. PRIEST CO. Club designer probably never' saw a
bare and stand shivering in the The State Farm Bridge
had Its annual Christmas at Christmas tree, the Ceppo-aldec
_.- wind. The apple tree still holds party Starke
--.---------------- by a little Imagination-- bridge
Its old brown leaves. Last yearit the Community Building Wednesday -
shed them early. Soon I shall afternoon of last. week. This the gap between Christmas cribs

At this! busy time of the yeti we.want. ; just,, study the new year seed catalogues was a dessert-bridge and refreshments and trees.
i; "*** < and buy my Vegetable gar-' consisted of ambrctoia and

two wordj.with-you den seeds. It is such fun and I cake with coffee. A beautifully Yule Log 'ITlwugllt ,

I f f .m will try to raise more to eat this decorated tree was ''the piece de To Ward Off Evil

(' year. The drought killed so' resistances of decorations adding

"Se many things, and the late freeze. I much to the charm of the attrac- Centuries ago huge fires were ;dS nil,

_, Only time will tell what the sea tive club room where the three built In the great baronial hall

son will bring forth. I have join 1 tables were placed. At the' end' In England on Christmas Evand IA.Aa ?I .1'; '''.** "' I

ed a Sunshine birthday club to of the games prize awards were servants brought in a log '

\ \ remember the shut-ins and aged made as follows: for high score, that was to burn throughout the .I'

and lonely on such occasions. I to Mrs. M. E. Grlner; for second Christmas feasting, It was customary -

-. .. must be doing something to remember high, to Mrs. W. N. North and to save a brand from .0'4 I

folks or I seem to have In "bingo", to Mrs. L. F. Chap. each year's fire to light the next D
lived In vain. Anybody care to man. Each prize was a box of ,, tr \
one with. If the log was propel'lyburned I'J
( Join, I can give you the address. stationery. There wan also an exchange It was believed that the '

C1, Soon be a New Ynr, let's makeIt of lovely gifts.H. devil wan powerless to do any; WE !

the best year of our lives. Eh ? G. Davis, Jr., a student at mischief to the hoimrhold.,
Letter from Mrs Etta Fowler of
University of Florida Gaines- One story has It that stocking
Hawthorne, she enjoys Clay Hill ville Is spending the Christina were originally hung by fireplaces

God bless every. one, love holidays with his parents, Mr. and burning Yule logs in order to absorb I We're thinking i

-Lura. Mrs. W. N. North. I the odor of the burning
wishing '
MARAMAR En route from Tallahassee, wood and thus give the wearer rt"\
in the Yuletide
Men Used Holly where she attends Florida State protection from! ovll. ness

----,-.- .- ------,----- To Beat Wives University, to her home in McIntosh ;joyed our I I

Miss Cecile McRae was Christmas Declared past twelve months

If wives knew history there the guest of her grandparents, the opportunity of
wouldn't be any holly In the Mr. _and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, the Illegal At One TimeThe future. I

Christmas decorations. A stick early part of last week j
Puritans disliked the cele-
cut from the holly-bush was a Mrs. R. H. Tyson returned last bration of Christmas preferringtheir o& /! ,

husband's most effective means Thursday from Fairmont, N. C., own celebration f>f Thanks CH lTMAl' MISSY CHDIlrMAI '.. ;
of restoring discipline when his where she had been the guestof

wife "answered back." Ho always her mother, Mrs. N. A Jackson giving.In 1
16.19 the high court of Massachusetts
left the prickles on the stick and of her' sisters, Mr. 1
held' that "anybody who \
ePP" too. Arthur Bray and Mrs. Vann
is found observing by ablftln..ncpfrom
Fortunately-for the wives Johnson, for about two weeks. other ROSIER 'i
this custom belongs to the dark Crews spent Wednesday feasting! or any
Spencer way such day an Christmas Day
past and has long been forgotten.
night with Kenneth Grlder In shall for each antI every offense

Starke.Mr. be fined five shillings." 1

and Mrs. Milo Selglcr of
Montlcello are with Mr. and Mr.. n'I.F.O ritACTinc!: PAPER -,---.---,-,.--- .

M4 Bryan Whltfleld for the Christ 1 dill, for school ehlldren. 7So a

mas holidays. ream graph. Bradford County_Tele- 1 :

ri rti b Greeting MessagesWill NOTICE.

Be Delivered I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of County

Cancellation of the threatened Commissioner for District one

strike by AFL Telegraph Unions (Lawtey) Bradford, County, Flor % (:

last night will Insure full Western ida. If elected I promise to give .
faithful, energetic and conscientious
Union service, including greeting -
services to this Important(
/ the holiday
/ during
''' telegrams
r !{#t4 ;,I,.. announced today office I will at all times be
season. It was
r'' /, ,,':/,'..,. .'," '>f '. by Mr.. Lorle Quick of the local ready: to confer and advise with "WISH
/i" duties
-- .. +" 4HERE'S 'I Western Union office. my constituent and In my

iTO; YOUR .' Millions of Americans have been a* Commissioner to carry out
# *c'eeSeeeftf accustomed to sending their their will and work for the best/

HEALTH AND" ; : tl Christmas and New Year's greetings Interest of our district and

by telegraph Mr*. Quick county. This year, as we eend our
el i said, and I am glad to announce Your support will be deeply ap

HAPPINESS, ,: !J/J! / that the familiar Western Union preciated. .- J. II. Mondsori ments of the season, we wish to

'tl when have enough I messenger will continue to act our thanks for the splendid
"'t ,'" / ; ; you
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We Sell it.! have N tl"fll"41'l my h.r final.hy RIven'Ythat reportmlnlmrn'nr a..d.' I .

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E. John mud I my p-tltlon for final dlh r'>. I
Charley Mr. *. Matilda C. Loadholti. 71, nd thai I will apply to Hon.. K.
G. W. Aldermanof K. Porryman C' un.r oftflea I
Agency a sister of Mrs. Hradfnrd Counlr rlorliU.oat his
Starke, died at her homo near In the roamtr courthouse
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and CLUBSMiss Brides Of Week WCTU EntertainedBy Miss Pearce And Ortagus-Starhng Godwin-Pearce
Honored At Shower Mrs. JohnsonThe Mr. Godwin HonoredAt Mrs. Kate Starling of Graham Wedding Party
the marriage of her
Given By WSCS home of Mrs. W. N. Johnson Lovely AffairA daughter, Onie Mae to James K.Ortagus. Feted At Dinner

Wanda Pearce Miss Dorothy White President, was the scene of at home honoring IOn' of Mrs. Hattie Or-
the lovely Members
Members of WSCS of the of
Becomes Bride Weds Mr. Boone Methodist Church entertained the December meeting of the Miss Wanda Pearce and Garland tagus of Jacksonville on Sunday participating the wedding ,
Laura Scott WCTU Friday after- December 1, in Folkaton, Ga. In the :
Of Garland GodwinMiss Sunday AfternoonThe Thursday the Methodist afternoon service of last center weekat noon. The living room where the Godwin event of, whose Monday marriage, was given was an by Miss Starling was formerly employed '' and ceremony Garland of Miss Wanda mr p1

members gathered was artistically \ with the Jacksonville Godwin,
W. B.
Wanda Pearce, daughter marriage of Miss Dorothy honoring Miss porothy White, Christmas Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. ding was solemnize 1 whoa s
decorated in Association.
green- Credit
of Mrs. Bertha H. Pearce, becam a I Ray White, daughter of Mr. and whose marriage to Benjamin and a lovely tree graced one Mundy Thursday night, December The couple will reside In Green other guests were Monday, a
the bride of William Garland God Mrs. Olin W. White and Benjamin Boone was an event of Sunday, corner ery of the room. 18, at the Mundy home on Church Cove Springs where Mr Ortagus Sunday night, December enterw
win, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G, F. Boone, son of Mrs. Ben W. and Miss Wanda Pearce, whose Street. Mr and Mrs. Oscar 21,
Godwin of Raiford on Monday,, Boone and the late Mr. Boone of marriage to Garland Godwin was The subject for the Devotional The house was decorated In the is in business. at their home at H. The
in th Jackson Tenn. was solemnized solemnized was: "If Christ Had Not Come", Christmas motif with silver holly Street leg DeS,
December 22, at 0 p. m. I Monday. Motif in Gainesville!
First Methodist Church of Starke, Sunday afternoon, December 21 Decorations, except for the and was led by Mrs. Thomquesl and silver and red Christmas bells, Christmas The bridal

The Rev. W. J. Churchwell per at 3 p. m. In the Methodist bride's table, were of poinsettias Christmas music was played by; and burning red candles. In the Used In Party' wedding couple and tb'

formed the double ring ceremon, Church, Rev. W J. Churchwell and magnolia boughs, these being Mrs. D.. 1.,., Thomas on the piano sclarium was a lovely lighted large table party were seated at
doubled and carols, were sung by the Christmas tree. The mantel was For Jean Mundy overlaid with
against a background of white tulips performing the impressive used lavishly to carry out the man tutwork a I':
gladioli, chrysanthemums an I ring ceremony. Christmas motif.Receiving group. Edna Noegel sang as i a banked with holly, flanked on Miss Clair Jean Mundy was hon devenlse lace cloth, edged '

palms. Lighted white tapers 111 I Prior to the marriage ceremony guests at the door solo "O Holy Night", accompaniedby either side with burning red can- ored last Saturday morning by, a. low and centered u'

graduated candelabra cast a soil Mrs. L. A. Canova rendered were Mrs. W J. 'Churchwell and Mrs. Thomas. dles in Christmas holders. Over her mother, Mrs. W. B. Mundy: chrysanthemums arrangement of White ba

glow over the scene. A programof I a program of nuptial music on Mrs A. Z. Adkins. Introducing One new member, Mrs. Wesley; the mantel mirror was draped at their home on Church Street, dragons placed tai and White an
nuptial music was rendere I the organ, and Miss Garnita Hut- guests to the receiving line were Andrews, was welcomed into the clusters of silver and red Christ where several friends gathered,! and flanked silver bo

when Mrs. E. J(. Perryman, churc I to sang "Because", and "Always" Mrs. .O. L. Haynes and Mrs. W.! Union.At mas bells with garlands of green- the occasion being Clair Jean's' silver candelabra on either Bide

organist, played Shubert's "Scr' The church was decorated with G. Halle. In the receiving line the close of the meeting, ery, framing the mirror with ef eighth. birthday anniversary. lighted tapers. Other hOlding>< wh

enade", "Traumerel", and "I LOT I pink gladioli, calla lilies and were Mrs. Joe Martinet, Miss dainty refreshments were served, fectiveness.In Decorations for this glad occasion seated at small guests W
You Truly". Miss Garnita Hutt, chrysanthemums, which were placed Pearce, and Miss White. consisting of sandwiches, fruitcake the dining room on the buffet were in the Christmas hostess' living tables In t
sang "I Love Thee", and "Be around the altar. Tall floor Mrs. W. F, Godwin and Mrs. and coffee. Gifts were' was an arrangement of silver motif. Clever arrangements of holding lighted room, each ta

cause". The traditional wedding candelabra held pink candles, T. J. Griffin invited guests into presented to each member pres. holly and silvered pussy willow holly, red candles and Christmas crystal holders red tapers
marches were used for the pro lending dignity to the solemnity the dining room where a linen ent from the tree, a thoughtful spikes on either side of which bells were Included On the sun land holly. banked 111 g,

cesslonal and recessional, and of the occasion. On either side cloth featuring Italian cutwork and much appreciated gesture of burned three-branched candelabra porch, a large lighted Christmastree \ A lovely lighted
t ushers were Enos Hayes, Harol of the altar and In other places graced the table. In the centerof the hostess holding white tapers. added charm and. gaiety to graced one Christmas tr
Bishop, Charles E. Walker and around the church were placed the table reposed an artistic Greeting guests at the door surroundings. hall. On the end of the enlr.n

Harry L. Walker of Gainesville.. arrangements of palms. arrangement of white Anemone Lions To Sponsor were Mrs. T. T. Long, second During the morning the chil- was featured living room want,
; The bride was given in marrlage chrysanthemums placed in an an- hour, and Mrs. R.'A. Green, first dren enjoyed numerous games Including a clever arrang
Members of the wedding party ment of
I. by her mother and had a s entered the church to strains of tique silver soup tureen, and New Year's PartyThe hour. Mrs. J. W Kincaid introduced "Pin on the Donkey's ed by blue leaves hlghligh,
her matron of honor her sister, to the and silver ball,.
flanked by three-branched candelabra guests receiving Tall" first prize being won by T
the traditional wedding march, Club is console table
Starke Lion's -
Mrs Mary Lane. Serving a ll holding burning white tap- sponsoring line which was composed of Mr. Rivers Stubbins. wall adorned
played by Mrs. Can va. A fit. 'a New Year's Eve to Mary lighted red
best man for bridegroom' wa soft musical background of ers. Silver compotes and nappies party and Mrs. Mundy, the bride and Later, the young guests were tapers in sliver!
ting Christmas
In former
be held the
his brother, James B. Godwin. held nuts and pink and white bridegroom elect Miss Pearce and Invited Into the dining room, greenery and han
nuptial music walt heard during a
The matron of honor wore a mints. Other colorful refresh- .club near B Gate, Camp Blandlng Mr. Godwin, the bride-elect's where they were given favors of painted pine cones.
portion of the ceremony. Music will be Bea Haven and Miss Pearce
lovely lace gown of a delicate ments were placed on the table for by mother, Mrs. Bertha H. Pearce, colorful balloons. Covering the was attired |In
; shade of yellow and featuring a The bride was lovely In a coat enjoyment of guests. her All-Girl Orchestra, formerlyof and Mr. and Mrs. Sale. decorated becoming winter white wool dre.
table rightly
was a
fitted waist and full skirt., She suit of blue wool gabardine with the Skyway Club, Jacksonville During the evening she
Presiding at the coffee service Mrs J. G. Godwin, mother of cloth in Christmas colors. The wa pr
carried bouquet of blue carnations pink accessories and a corsage of will begin at 9 o'clock, rented with a setting of
a were for the first hour Mrs. Ber- Dancing the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. E. birthday cake was placed in the silver
t with puffs of yellow net, small vanda orchids and double dress Is optional, and reservations her chosen pattern.
tha Pearce and Mra. Olin White, L.! Matthews invited guest Into center, being banked with fern
tied with blue satin ribbon, and tube roses. and for the second hour Mrs. are for couples only. the dining room. In the living and holly, and flanked on.either The following guests were |t"'<'J

wore a matching arrangementIn The bride's sister Mrs. C. W. J. O. Godwin and Mrs. W. E. Mid- Reservations may be made by room were Mrs. O. L. Beasley, side by clever "Santa Claus" ed by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas: ,

her hair. Savage of Jacksonville, was dleton. phoning- !S3, 81, or 162. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, and Mrs. candelabra. Pearce, Mr. Godwin, Mrs Mail

The bride was beautiful in a matron of honor. She was at- Those who assisted in the din- Junius Smith.In During the party pictures were P. Lane, James B. Godwin, En

, gown of white satin with a high tired in a dusty rose wool garbar- ing room were Mrs. O. S. New- gift table.A the dining room those presiding taken of the happy scene. Hayes, ),fro and Mrs. Harol)}

wM!: marquisette yoke and bertha collar dine suit and her accessories were comb, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. E. background of music was at the coffee services were Those who assisted in servingand Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Bertha Pears

}k fitted bodice and long sleeves of brown. A corsage of pink car- L. Matthews, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, softly played during the afternoonby Mrs. A. C. Durden and Mrs. W. entertaining the youngsterswere Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Godwin, Ha

tapering to points over the hand. nations with silver leaves com Mrs. A. W. Anderson; Mrs. Bait- Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. J. W. E. MIddleton. Others assisting Clair Jean's grandmother, old Godwin, Mr. and !Mrs. Cu

The full skirt extended Into a pleted her ensemble. I zer, and Miss Lucy Barton. Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs. E. K. Ferry were Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. Mrs. J. B. Sapp; .Mrs. J. R. Kite, Sale, Miss Madge Brownlee, Cha
long train. Her veil was a finger Olin White, Jr., brother of the A F. Sauls presided over the man Charley E. Johns, Mrs. H. C. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, and Mrs les E. Walker Harry L. Walkfi
tip length of pure silk bridal 11. bride, served as best man, and Wall, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. Charley Johns. and Mr. and Mrs O. H. Thoma

"., I luslon and heirloom raRe point' ushers were C. W. Savage and =1. P. Stubbins, Mrs. Fred Guy, Jr., of Gainesville.

lace. The lace formed a tiara Steve Weldon Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs. J. R. Kite, blue gown with a corsage of pink
that extended down the sides. Following the marriage ceremony Mrs. E. F. Miles, and Mrs. W. R. carnations and pink tube roses. Friends of W. H. Nollman
She carried a bouquet of white Mr. and Mrs. Boone left I wCMh7"I Strickland and Mrs P. E. Canova. The bride-elect wore a pale pink be*glad to hear that he Is gettir

orchids with valley lilies and !Immediately for Jackson, Tennessee Color scheme for the dining room crepe gown with a corsage of along nicely after a recent >per

stephanotis and white satin rib. where they will reside per I was pink and white, the table vanda orchids. Mrs. Pearce was tlon at the Tampa Municipal Ho

bons.Mrs. manently.Mrs. II I being overlaid with an exquisite gowned in black and white, witha pital. He Is now convalescing "

Pearce selected for her Boone Is a native of lm\4 always thought ofChristmas up from Daytona Monday for tho linen cloth of Italian cutwork with shoulder corsage of shatteredred the home of his aon-m-law ar
daughter's wedding a powder blue carnations. Mr. Sale was daughter in St. Petersburg Mr
lace inserts.
Gracing the centerof
Starke, being graduated from Time as'a good Godwln-Pearce wedding, and like- !
sequin trimmed gown. She the attired in a of peacock blue, Nollman hits returned u. Stark
crepe table
Bradford was an arrangementof gown
School and
High employed tlmej a kind, forgUIn:;, charitable wise the Max Snyders, down from
wore black accessories and a corsage by the Florida Bank at plfaxiint time; the only Jacksonville for the same event white bride's roses and delicate wearing in her hair a peach colored after spending several days I

of" debutante camellias. Starke for a number of years. time when men and women pink carnations Low silver candle glamellia. Tampa and St Petersburg. an
Mrs. ?Godwin, mother of thebrldegroom She recently resigned from the: norm by one consent to holders with tall white candles During the delightful evening Miss Catherine Nollman is spent;
,\ watt, gowned in a City Hall, where she held a position I. I Hliut-up hearts freely were used, and all appointmentson : songs were rendered by Mrs A ing the Christmas holidays wither
wool suit of mist grey, with which for over a year. and I God Blew IU"! Smith's kindergarten the table were of silver.,, 1 Z.-Adktns and G. S. Newoomb, ac- mother. at their" home .0 I

she lovely wore corsage'- pink accessories was of pink Her Among out-of-town guests present -I, Charles. nay.Dickens. another program outstanding Tuesday morning event of was the Mra., Mundy, wore a turquoise companfe'cTby w Mrs. R.'A. Green. Madison 'Street.! "" }

sweetheart rosebuds. at the ceremony were Mr. --- season and she, likewise, must
and Mra. George White and, And Mr. Dickens
Following the ceremony a reception expresses my have been a very busy lady for
1 daughter, Miss Frances White, oi sentiments There's sV.xM1tVAWJY.NNN
was held at the Church exactly the past few weeks, for I under
Service Cen ridge Tomllnson of Jacksonville his beloved characters to
the door were Mrs. HaroldC. you as well as directing the
and Mrs E. M. Rooks and son- In the proper frame of mind for
Wall and Mrs. William B. little Nativity pageant featuringher : +s++v eat.
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Mundy, Jr. The receiving line in-law and daughter, Mr. and the day of days Unless it's tiny tots Mary Catherine :(YV't.},..,.a..,.,}.vx.r, :, .c.,.:.::,:Y {t.:.. A ?t+'.io: .t ax.. v.o:+ ; ,;.: ..: ., !.
Mrs. Paul Hunt of Gainesville the annual Candlelight service at f .k.b
stood against a background of Wainwright made an adorable .. 'i'yrA .
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the Church which always 'A
Presbyterian ++
white chrysanthemums, gladioli Mary, while Eddie Hartmann Jr ;

and greenery, formed in an Mm Business,Women's seems to Impart just the was a more or less convincing ..:;..:.(::r'r':''pa, :,,:r {''LY..S
preislvo arrangement. Tall baskets right touch for reverent entrance angel, and Hank Graham a self. ,, ....(.,...'rr'? ... "" ''' ; ,
WMU Circle Has Into the holiday season This assured Wise Man Bob Smith {
of white gladioli and chrysanthemums -
were used with ef- Yuletide PartyThe year the program outdid even its did the honors as Santa Claus, :
own fine traditions of the ten }
ctlveneaa. past and the crowning touch was when JI :
Presiding at the coffee services home of Mr. and Mrs, R. A. years, and deserved bouquets are the group sang "Silent Night" in ; '

were Mrs. A. Z. Adklna and Mrs. Green was the scene Friday night, hereby tossed to Alice Fernandez Latin-a feat that few If any, ,. .
W. J. Churchwell; and Mrs. T, J December 19, of a lovely covered Kaufman who conceived the page of us grownups who sweated blood \ ; I
Griffin and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. dish buffet dinner In which mem- eant baaed on the poem, "The over "All Gual" in our school :'I ( I -

Others assisting at the receptionwere bers of the Business Women's Innkeeper Speaks" Only one days, could equal ; I i ( 5' J

Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Mrs' Circle and their husband and who has attempted a task like ( )
friends this knows how much time \ '
Guy Sale, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs participated. and Another Innovation of the Yule- ;
'<< J.: R. Kite, :Mrs. p E. Canova, Turkey and dressing headed a I effort the finished production represents tide season was the faculty Christ- \ \

" Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. A W. Christmas menu on this occasion -I mas tree at BHS last Friday aft- r I f
Anderson Brown and clever decorations in ---- I ,
Mrs. H. C. ernoon Too bad some of the
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. O. L. the yuletide motif graced the Liiclln Mitchell read the part of students couldn't have peeked in ii i!i 1 I I Ii

Beasley, Misses :Madge Brown lovely home throughout.Each the Innkeeper with telling effect, the home economics room to see \
lee Anise Green and Marian member of the circle and her costume, as well as all i \ I
dignified teachers, since each \
Brown, the latter two presidingover brought a delicious covered dish the others, were a tribute to the one was required to "perform" i \ .:" I !

the bride's book. preparation, placing them> on the nimble-fingered ladies of the before being given a present \. : r i'' \
church j I
artistically arranged buffet table Dr. Kaufman gave I'
The bride's table was decorate Am reliably Informed that Kate
which was decorated with able assistance In departments "
with a white three-tiered cake a cen- many Sheppard's Jig was the hit of
topped with a miniature bride and terptbce of exquisite white roses but especially demonstrated the afternoon, but Ethel Biggs
and either side and sliver leaves, flanked on his cleverness by constructing a -
groom graced on refused to give a repeat performance / :
by white candelabra. either side with three-branched manger that blended perfectly into W
of her now-famous Indian .
After spending some time greeting candelabra holding burning red the surroundings and didn't war dance -, "
1 their friends, Mr and Mrs. tapers and featuring red bows on stand out like a sore thumb, as -
left the bases. most homemade carpentry does i
Godwin for their honeymoontrip. Understand And speaking of Ethel She
On the buffet was placed a pageant was :;
> got the Jump on as
Mrs' Godwin Is a ntudeht at< colorful miniature Christmas tree presented again Tuesday night
FSU in Tallahassee, while Mr. trimmed with bright balls. 'I for the inmates of the State usual by having her Christmas
Godwin Is attending the University Participants enjoyed dinner in Prison, and I must say that it Wednesday night, as per
of Florida In Gainesville the living room, where several was certainly deserving of repeat 1 her usual custom on Christmas .
small performances Seems to Eve Her thory Is that in do-
tables were placed. In the me
living room, a large white Christ that all of the church programs Ing this she keeps from being
Rehearsal Dinner tied down in the kitchen all day \ [ EEJ
have been i
mas tree lent grace and beauty to unusually good this lMJ\Lj

For Wedding PartyPrior the yuletide scene-featuring at its year The Baptist Choir cantata Christmas friends to Eve see what feast Santa with Ethel Claus J
bale! an Impressive Nativity scene. Sunday morning and the _
to rehearsal Saturday Over the living room doors green Methodist one Sunday night were brought Uem, or just sit around
night of the marriage of Miss and silver pine cones were sus- also highlights of the season and the fire and take life ea y }: ,.. -

Dorothy White and Benjamin F. pended from large red Christmasbows reflect much credit on those who Sounds like a grand Idea to me '

Boone which was solemnized Sunday while the mantel was grace directed them, as well as those Wonder why more of usdon't o' -" the true
the ChristmasTanaierreflect
members of the wedding ed by a large bouquet of silvered who sang adopt It? Enjoying the ___ -,_., May grow of the }]
dinner at 6 Christmas Eva feats with Ethel of this their cheerful rodi'once {
party enjoyed p. m. Igustrum and other cleverly arranged significance glorious occasion. May
in the Avery Inn. greenery. On the coffee One of the chief Joys of the holidays and daughter, Sue, were Edith about
Leslie and Babe Biggs, the Roscoe remind us again of the warm friendships of those USj
I Those present were: The bride table and at Intervals around the of course, la, seeing familiar

I and bride-groom elect, Miss Dorothy room arrangements of gold and faces bob up along Call Street, Elliotts, and Owen, Helen and symbolizing the trust and confidence of those with.. _whom. ....w hay
Peg Griffin of St. Augustine --
White and Benjamin Boone that haven't for months
I silver leaves were adorning feature you seen
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, *. A soft lighting effect was -since last Christmas, to be ex- Incidentally, 'tis a very happy bean _associated! these past years.

Mr. and Mrs. C W. Savage, Miss created with the use of red tapers act Among those glimpsed Christmas in the Biggs household l]
because Sue 1 able to It is fervent that each ; )iirenjoyjh:
Carol White", Mr. and Mrs Olin and red Christmas electric lights Tuesday were George Raymondand now __ our hope of'you .!
White, and Olin White, Jr., Steve which burned at various places wife, here from Gulfport. around the house for brief perIods Christmas season at its best. (
Weldon Miss Garnita Hutto, Mrs. throughout the room. Miss, where George Is engagedin after being confined strictly
L. A. Canova and Mrs. J. W. Kin- Rev. L. D. Haines began the stock farming .- They have to her bed and wheel chair for so
long a time .
cald. stories'to
evening with Christmas blessing exciting recountof
after which the group enjoyed Interesting the terrible hurricane that ----
OES NoticeWaldo Christmas games and struck that area last fall, and say Well, (guess that winds up the
songs led by W. B. Mundy. R. that the only thing that saved little black book for this time ., .

Chapter No. 120 O.E.S., A. Green acted as Santa Claus their property Is that It is several Gotta hurry off now and see what GEM JEWELRY

will hold( a regular meeting and for the presentation of gifts, and miles back from the coast Santa Claus brought: So long
,, Christmas party on Friday. Dec. each participant was required to Also a pleasure to glimpse our j I[. See you in the next .

26, at 8 p. mAll perform soon way In order to old frlenda the Nat Sternbergs Carolyn.;

visitors and members- .ajri" the gift'wbkU Santa had for I __ 109 B... CALL ST. PHONE 170 *, STARKE. FLA..
cordially invited Jo come and him or her.Guests .

, bring a gift. departed having spentan ALVAREZ' STORE EataDllehed h
-Msa. :Maud Lappe exceptionally enjoyable even III 189f II

Worthy Matron. ing. L ,

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Miss Ruth Alvarez of Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand Piano IM: rmrriT COVET DR".ORD'
1 of LOCAL NEWSJ Va. Is Students Birthday Party COUNTY FI.ORIUAI IN CHAN
BITS : a holiday guest of Mr. Jim Deaver are holiday CKHT.

and Mrs. Carl Sapp. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Presented HereIn For Guy ChildrenMrs. Stephen"' Korolrhuk. Plaintiff "..
Ann Knroluliuk, Lkefendant. Caa
Mrs. T N. Kendrick la spending Deaver In Brunswick Ga. Two Recitals No. 209.
Hazen a student :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benka of Fred Guy entertained Friday -
Caudle the Christmas holidays at the Mrs. J. H. Fields has a* holiday ORDER OF

Baptist Seminary in Newalthah I Palatka were guests Monday of I home of her son-in-law and guests Mr. and Mrs. William Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. December 19, at her home, 8TATH AND NO'rICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR toMm., .

U spending the hand Mrs. Benka's parents Mr. and I daughter Mr and Mrs. W. S. Haight of Jacksonville and Mrs. E. M. Davis entertained her music Jointly honoring her small son Ann Oorolrhuk, whose residence
'Mr. Mrs. J F. Hazen. and daughter Jimmy and Jane, and adflreHH Is: % Krlveth, 41 East
r parents. I Oibaon. in Goldsboro, N. C. Grace Pearce and ann, Vernon of pupils at a lovely recital partyat the Street, Hartford Conn.

J. F. Hazen. Mr. and, Mrs. Herbert Deal left Thomas O. Ritch of New London Plant City.HOOVER. the Davis home on Tenth occasion being their birthday You are required to appear on I

lends, will regret to learn of Tuesday for a holiday visit with I Conn.( arrived in Jacksonville Sales *: Service. The Street.A anniversaries. Jimmy was four .January X8, 1 4I. In the above- named I II.
and wherein plaintiff -
illness of B. S. Mrs. Deal's years old, while Jane celebrated Court online
rcontinued mother in Macon Ga. by plane. He l Is a guest durIng only outlet for genuine part lighted Christmas tree stoodon her third seeks dtvoro Bradford
will necessitate Mr. and birthday anniversary Telegraph shall publish. this
lardi which Mrs. L. A. Davis spent the holidays of his mother Phone 120. Smith's Garage\ tf a table In the living; room County Order In next four weakly\ ........*.
returning to Riverside Rosin Sunday In Fernandina with Mr. Mrs. Thechildren gathered in the Witness hand and official
[ Rltch. and his grand- where still another gaily decorated my
Mrs. Jessie
jacksonvllle for a major Davis' sister Mrs. J. R. Hardee Mae Blakely and living room where a lighted seal. al Htarke, Florida, this December
parent Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Miss Lillie Thomas, of Jackson tree and many cleverly arranged Christmas tree ti 1947.OFNICIAI. .
time In January. and stood adding
lion some family. : Christmas decorations ( t. SEAL) A. J. ThomasA
Mrs. Artford Brown Mrs. ville were weekend guests of charm: to the surroundings. On Clerk of said Court.T .
r. and EffIe Johns and Mrs. Bessie Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere and son Mrs. W M. Wimberly. were placed. The room was lit Frank l.andrum, marks. Kla.
ion, Busier .of GainesvilleChristmas Winkler spent Tuesday and Pitner. of Bay Pines and Mrs. I entirely by burning red candles, the mantel was a clever arrange Atty for Plf. n-I' U l-U
1 Mr. end Mrs ment of red
of John Moyer and candlea and colorful
Day guests
Wednesday In Hawthorne visiting Cora Marshburn of Tallahasseewere all banked with small arrange-

i Mr'. Hogan Smith. Mrs. John's niece Mrs. T. W. luncheon guests Sunday at daughter Janle. are holiday guestsof ments of holly. A mammoth red pine cones. Artistic arrangements I .
Rev. and Mrs. L. G. of holly were placed at intervals
Lr. and Mrs- Junlua M.. Smith Webb. the home of Mr G. W. Alderman.In Heming Christmas bow was placed between
way and Mr. and Mrs. Orle around the room.
'u holiday guests Mr.jlri. Wig.
their T. N. Kendrick Is a holiday the afternoon they attendedthe double windows at one end .BII
O. K. Bennett and son guest of his son-in-law and funeral of Mrs. Loadholtz In gins and family. of the room. I During the first portion of the I

of Jacksonville. daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Each participant rendered two i afternoon the children were entertained STARKE FLA.

bird O. Kldd and son Rich- Black In Lakeland.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Savageand and daughter. Frances of Tallahassee piano solos after which delightful with several delightful

nl, left Tuesday afternoon and Mrs. K. 3. Duncan have daughter Yvonne of Jacksonville spent Sunday and :Monday refreshments were served games. They were then Invited '
Kldd and Marcia here with Mrs. J. W. White and
[join Mrs.Robert at the _home'of aa guests during the holidays Mrs.Duncare's were guests Sunday at the Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Monday Each one received favors of tiny Into the dining room where they IT'S CHRISTI11BS'
1 and brother-in-law home of Mrs. Savage's parents cellophane bags of candy tied
and sister afternoon were served from
R. O. Kid In Highland Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and they attended the funeral with bright ribbon. a long table
and Mrs. R.
Smith Mrs.Duncan's .
eg1 Va.OOV'ER. family. Mr. and Mrs. Savage recently of Mrs. Alderman's alster.Mrs. graced by a delicate cover of lace
Bister-la-law Mrs. Those invited to participate In'
Sales & Service. The W. Loadholtz In Lake Butler.
moved Into their new homeIn Twin birthday cakes decorated in
C. Troutman and W. C. this glad occasion were Emma
outlet for genuine parts. sons Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mcintyre of
and J. .H. all of Tennille Ga. Jacksonville. Jane and Norma Canova Robert red and green were placed on
1120. Smith's Garage. tf of Mr. Jacksonville are spending the holidays

Other guests will be Mrs. Duncan's Christmas Day guests and Catherine Kelley Archie and either end of the table and holly
jr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis have and Mrs. T. H. Slade and family' with Mrs. Mctntyre'a parents (
[Holiday guests Dr. and Mrs sister-in-law Mrs Emmie are Mrs. W. S. Slade and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W B. Thorn- Judy Green, Dianne Gillen Sylvia and red candles formed the striking
Lee The Ii.. and Miss Shirley Thels Alvarez Mary Rivers Stubblns, )
|j. Brown of Defunlak Springs of Jacksonville. Mrs.! C. W. Sinclair all of Doug- ton.Mr. Catherine Colson Darrow Mlxon centerpiece. Each child was 4.

I Mrs. D. H. Perryman of At- Ian Ga., and Dr. and Mrs.!! Harry and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and Betty Ann Denmark. Glenda and given favors of red and green
Mr. and Mrs. Eric
|tL Culbreathand Howell of Lake City. sons Jimmy and Billy Boy are I Frances Crosby Johnnie Francis Christmas baskets filled with I
tin and< Mra. N. T. Ritch of son, Jimmy, of Gainesville! Mrs. W. J. Griffin Mr. and holidays guests of Mrs. Dowllngs. candy.

Llisonvllle were guests last were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Griffin and daughter parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Math
Mrs. W. R. In the! music room of the Starke Those who assisted Mrs. Guy In
lend at the homq' of Mrs. Strickland. Verna Jean and Mrs. Maude ews and her three brothers Roger USD. :Mrs. Will Edwards presented .

Irrle Ritch and Mr. and Mrs.J. Sergeant Billy Miles of Mllledgevllle Alexander all of Jacksonville! James, and Eddie. The Mathews her music pupils in.a recital serving the children were little

| Griffin. Ga., la spending the were guests of Mrs. Ethel M. family are enjoying a reunion for Monday afternoon December 18 Jane's godmother Mrs. II. C'I

Mrs! Louiebelle Moore of Plant holidays with his parents Mr. Biggs and Miss Sue Biggs last the first time In four years. Each performance was creditableto Retch Jimmy's godmother Mrs.

lly, George Moore of Northern and Mrs. E. F. Miles Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks and both the Inst actor and pupil. O. L. Oeaslcy and their grandmother MAY YOURS BE

University and Dr. and Mrs.! J. D. Smith daughter of and Mrs. J. E. Powell and Mm. D. L. Thomas spent Thurs Mrs. A Z, Adkins.Intermediates .
Those Emma
Wilmot Brown and famllly Mrs Laura Tison of Starke Is son, J. E., Jr., of Jacksonville are day of last week In Branson with Sue and taking Charles part Odom were, Eddie A MERRY ONE I

[ Tallahassee! are holiday guests now on her way to Tokyo. Japanto holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Judge and Mrs. H. S. Wilson Hartman Burge Scaring Clair Have AND THE NEW !
G. W. Brown and Mr. Join her husband. Smith r
Mrs. Sgt. C. A. Knight. YEAR PILLED
Mr. and Mra. M. F. Hazen spent Jean Mundy Carolyn Crews.Mary' .
Id H. C. Brown. who is stationed there. of Archer Yuletide
Mrs ( Miss Mayme Anderson PartyThe ANDHAPPINESS I
: last Saturday with their parentsin Bessant. James, Agnes and WITH JOY
is a guest during the Christmas Brooker. Julia Lawson Pamela Faye Lawson I
of her brother-in- Methodist Intermedate Fellowship ,
CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE law and holidays sister Mr. and Mrs. E. Mrs. Eldridge Smith and daugh- Jo Anne Smith Caroline Pre- Group had their Christ-, A. II. C ARK ATT
SASH DOQRS PAINT HARDWAREANNIS ter Diana are visiting relativesin vatt Joan Slade William Eng mast
M. Davis and her nephew and party Thursday evening I Manager
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mixon Shubuta Miss.Mi ram Betty Williams Florence Dec. 18, in tho recreation build. -----.---.--
Most niece relatives In Starke. *, and Mrs. Hubert Bronson Brown George and David Canova ing. Appropriate Christmas MIlD. Moro lfOe. 28 21)

1 I Try Vs and Mrs.other Roy Mathews and son left Sunday for Orangcburg a. C.. Ona Demorest, Martha HomeJanet games were played by the group.)
EVlng Anderson June and Pegs; Frontier GalYvonne
i Roger of Palatka were guests to spend the holidays with Mr.BronRon' ; Mrs. Ann Parker assisted l by .1
For Those Caldwell. Helen Whltfleld Jean
To Sunday at the home of Mr. and people. nette Priest Barbara Moore Ada Miss Carol White served fruit .* IVCurol Reel I

BUILDING SUPPLIES Hard Mrs. W. E. Dowling and sons, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of Edwards Alvin Lewis and Nancy; punch and cakes to the following Cameron -

Build IN'C. Jimmy and Billy Boy. Miami and Mr. and Mrs. W.f.\ Bates. members and guests: Phoebe NI'WIIn.1 Short>> i

To Get Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Wainwright and family of Tallahassee Green Ann Johns, Judy Green --.-.------- ,

Rt'lllAln 1030-1048 W. Main St.. South Jr., have as holiday guests! Mrs.! are guests of N. D. Wain. Exquisite poinaettlm emphasis Florence Brown, Barbara Simmons Tues.. Iec. so i

Uulnct\illi" Florida Items Epperson's father and mother Wright Sr., and Mr. and Mm cd the Christmas. srason as did Hazel Iliynnt. Ernestine I
Or Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Richard (If J. R. Wainwright. I group singing of carols Mrs. L. Bryant Tommy Smith TommySlado I My Dog Shep I

Rt'mnde1 PHONE 217 218 Jacksonville and her uncle and Walter Hygema is spending the A. Canova wan accompanist. dtir Hilly Weldon, and Rov. and

P. O. Box 03: aunt Mr and Mrs. R. W. Whiteof holidays with his sons and broth. ing the singing Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. I-niinv ICiu-4, Tom N.'UlIllm ....,

Plant City. ere In Warsaw Ind. Mrs. Edwards served Ice cream The group| gathered around, the \\ FarnuniNrwn

Mr. and !Mrs. T. .K. McClaneJr. Mr And Mrs. Jesse Newsome cookies and .candy: at tho end ot Christmas tree and gifts were And Short
the week the recital.WSCS .--------
., and family spent to all .
have as their guests Mr. and Mis. given prellent.CocaCola 1
MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S end with relatives In Orlando.Mr. Wt'll. Thur" 1)0'", 81 Jan.
John Morgan of Tupelo Miss.
Good Food Soda Fountain and Mrs. Myron West arrived Assigns CompanyHas
Miss Margaret Durahlmpr of She WroteTHE
Rent Rooms For Your Convenience Monday for a visit with Mrs.,
West's grandmother Mrs. R. S Urouksvllle ix the holiday\ guestof Members To Circles Christmas
her brother and alxter-la-law, BOOK:
Fernandes. Mrs. West Is the
former Miss Mary' Alice Yar- Mr. and Mrs. F. L.*Dur li Imer and Following. are names of the Dinner Employes Jnta I)i&,K.",,'k Oald. i
family. members of Circle One and Cirri I
Every Branch ofINSURANCE brough.' Employes of the Starko Coca- The Case'Of The
Two of the WSCS of the Stark :
and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and
Mrs. H. B. McLendon Cola Bottling Co., their wives and
daughter Jeannette arrived Sun son, Jimmy arrived ChristmasEve Methodist Church as assigned for husbands enjoyed' their annual! Sitter

day from Orlando to be holiday from Tampa to enjoy.>> the the new year: Christmas Dinner Monday nightat Baby s i

guests of Mrs. McLendon's parents Christmas holidays with Mr. and Circle No. Ono the Cracker Grill.

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.Hoppe's Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. W. V. Tom Neal Allen Jenlolee. I

thews. They were Joined on parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. Gunter Mm. J. B. Cottrell. Mrs. At this time gifts were exchanged Virginia Millo

H. c. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Christmas Day by Dr. McLendon C. Durdcn. E. T Shull Mrs. J. H. Fields checks. from and the the company annual bonus were --.---Also.-New---.-.-1" .. r

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Winkler Miss Kate Struth and Mrs W. Mrs. Shelly Hall. Mrs. Hattie distributed. Lovely were Irrl. Mat Jan :* of S I

have as! their holiday guests Mrs. H. Struth will have as their holiday Hathcock Mrs. T. H. Blade Mr. corsages

PHONE 146 ;0.1 : Wlnkler's brother-in-law and sis guests Mr. and Mrs. W. L. A, Z. Adklns Mrs. L. A, David, presented to each lady present Crimson Canary s sNoah :

-- Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoppcn- Edwards and daughter Freilrlka; Mrs. W. H. Nollman Mrs. M. W. Those enjoying this event were I

stedlt of St. Petersburg.Mrs. Mrs. Leah Bauknlght and Mr. Crvssler Mrs. A. D. Martin. Mrs. Mr. anti Mrs Cliff Hazen Mr. Oilier f

Willard LaMorte and children and Mrs. W. G. Struth, all of W. G. Halle, Mrs. D. 10.: Knight and Mm J. P. Sullivan !Mr. and : Beery .Jr., Lols l .

Bambi and Bunklo, returned Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mrs.! A. W. Anderson, Mrs W. J. Mrs. Wllbert Thornton Mr. and CODE I
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last Friday to their home In Colonial Page and children. Billy. Martin, Churchwell Mrs. Eula WfifghamMra. Mrs. E. }o'. Miles, Mr. and! Mrs. .

Heights! Conn., after upending and Merrell Lynn of Lake City. M. F. Brown, Mra. O. L Lacy limos Mr. and Mrs.. O. .S Of The CactusTim

several weeks here with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle join Haynes. Mrs. Charlie Johns Mrs Newcomb Baylens McKinney, i

----------- and Mrs R. A. Weeks. ed by their son, Jack of Jack. It. C. Rltch Mrs. W. B. SewHI Walter Sllcox, Jr., Lester Leach McCoy '

and Mrs. C. H. Walters of Mrs. L. D Walter Tomllnnon, Cecil Leach Cartoon .
Mr. sonville are enjoying the holidaysin Mrs. O. S. Newcomb
FOR TOUR CAR have a new
1 PHILCO auto. radio! Immediate Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando as guests of Mr.\ and Vlnlng Mrs. Sam 'Anderson, Mr" Nancy !

SHEPHERD Installation RADIO Am low.SERVICE. 14260.! ] NEW 8-BEDROOit: re.ldence, W. R. Walters and daughter Mrs. Wondfln Halle and children Anne Guy Mrs L D. Green Mrs. r

Court at Madison streets, Stark. Just completedOI'TOIUU Clair, of Reldsvllle Ga., are holiday Linda Sue and Sandra Kay. A. F. Sauls Mrs. T. T Long. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE i

tt flvml-ulovM MIlll'FI|4 gnl. PIYT$30A4 White enamel guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs Eustts McKnight Cirri No. Two -

LIST $160 Kal. Other paints, at low prices.. Tenly.Mr. and daughter Delores are spending Mrs. Carl Johns Mrs J. M. "In The Heart of :And In The: ]fit-art. !
13, $80-170; Window complete, and Mrs.\ B. T. Thomas are Christmas with relatives In Hembree, Mrs. E. K. Porryman,
PROPERTY Plumbing Fitting*; U In. Ply Woods holiday hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Sumpter, S. C. Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs George of The re plo"

Pine KIMSII:Flooring LI;...BI Book Whit.Shelve Cement. Henry B. Griffith of Birmingham. Mr. .and Mrs W. W. Thurmanand Flynn Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. ----------. --may- -

t ain. Block, San l. Ala., and Mr. and Mrs }'. P. daughter Jane are enjoyingthe W B. Park, Mrs J. A. Martinez, A Nimlhrrn Ilitit1xt| Church For All I I'ef>pl" !
ALSO Concrete Pip ConoreteBlock
e STR9UT'Ekk.STA:: EALip..dvertber ., all sizes: pipe, ;step atone, Haines of Branford.Mr. holidays with relatives in Mrs. C. J. Johns Mrs. W. E. Mid- _

G... of house pier, floor; Cement Rock and Mrs. J. P. Roberts i Bassfleld. MIRa.I I illfton Mra. E.: L. Matthews, MMAi 6:13Kvrnlng i
o* Mortar Mix, Steel Window Paint Sunday School 9:45 Training Union :
try property lieu s,a le over 011 and Block Paint: Concrete; Flout have a
Agr..cr'2.1511) sale. Bjyn. ( Il.meu-Farm.from all ...r tko- complete; Dump. Truck Haullnv. guest* Mrs. Chesley Fogg of i and universities! to spend Olive Ray Mrs. II. M. Rlcharde Morning Worship : 'Happy Hour

''"""I. Free o.... ".U.*. One LOTH Skll-Bair.Foil StLHl new. 1200 up ICO Graham Mrs.! Lillian Conway and I the Christmas holidays with relatives Mrs. W. J. Chandler Mrs. W. ,'L. 11100: 7130

E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY down $20 mo. In. call, limit.. daughter Millie Anne of Ilran- I are Charles Mooney and AI Bialy Mrs. L. W. Koch. Mr*. .. --- -- rt -
OI''II"R'L: CO'll'RO"" and Mrs.\ I). 1. Durban S. C. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
Mr. of Clemson College Titus Olson
Represented Locally By BRA I/POllIP F.VUU1IoEEIII'II: (. {' ford Harley ; j rrmlM-r Decisions fmmt the KlnfourWH. of J F. C. HOIXINGSWORTII J. Maurice Edward Phov. .4 and Jewett Fogg of Jacksonville. Miss Sylvia Morse of Stetson; Mrs. Hngan Smith. Mrs. J. W.
: 11 a. m. "Follow Me"Kvrnlntf
Miss Marjorie Davis Miss Virginia White Mrs. J. H. Bitch Mrs. J.
116 So. Walnut St.fRArTOR INSURANCE writ all I lineal I'm"
7:30; p. m. (het of the I'ljf
fire, automobile. liability, and / Sewell and Mina Marian W. Klncaid. Mrs. Carrie Retch
FOR SAGE Model nYarmall life. See m. for your insurance. Brown of FSU In Tallahassee. Mrs. F. H. Long. Mr. W, F. God Beginning| tlin Following Monday
A-l condition good tlr*.. I .....d... N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 12* 'Miss "January Journal of Juggling of J.'ru *Jrm".
Price ..tnlY W. Call St.. Phone It4. t( win Mrs. Pearce
reasonable. May l>* seen
farm any week Hay. Also see AlcupualJule IT C Itt'11'r Iornr. II4UFOIIII Amy Coburn. Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand h' __ __ __ __ __ _'_

me With for any kind of farm. work H. FOR RENT-Attractive., clean fur.nlnheri 4 roi'IOM"V.Wllfonl'r. I'. Fi.oniiMi tell/S- M..... J. T. Stabler "'1..lt The Church With Tho VMtlnff I'iMtor"
tractor .qulpm..nt.-R.
and unfurnlahed apartment. 1
Oreen of flrooker Ray Btrutton Plalnrlfr vsJnsruhlne
Jr.. 4-ml NK
very clone In. elrable location.No I> f it ant.
on New< 4tp 1-2 "H'rutton e e n
Hirer Road. objection to well behaved i .
Jane No. 0211.ORDER WMU Circles
children.-Mr. and Mr.. W. IL Je OF PI-nt-IfATIOV!\ Baptist ,
Nollman, 201 W. Madison fit ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
MATTRESSESOF stark. td STATE OF FW5HIDA tat Jo..- Met Last WeekThe ; fi
ALL, KINDS 'hlne Htrittton whan residence.
RENOVATEDFUSNITURE HOUSING ACe O H M O DATION3 ,i unknown.You Baptist WMU met at the 1
available on Klna-aley La".. For WITH are required to> appear>> nn ,
Information see atark Chamberof January Mlh, 194 In the above church Tuesday December 18 fIts '>r ,

Commerce. U BEST WISHES I plaintiff named. seeksadlrorre.1e'. Tlrear..d wherein regular monthly program and

Telegraph shall publish. this business meeting. Twenty-two PUT THIS DOWN ,
FOR RENTroom 2-etory houno. County wwkly I ........ '
Order In nut four
partly furnished' with 2 bath*. FOR members were present.
AIHA two '-.oom apt..., close In. Witness. my hand and official
Very reasonable. Inquire. 600 N. deal at Htarko. 9.r.I..ld..L this. Slrd The meeting wa opened with IN YOUR LITTLE BOOK G
Walnut Bt. tf CHRISTMASND I of neo.mher. I the singing of "Joy to the World".
OFFICIAL l'Ilo\' (.> A.I ,
As Clerk of sat CourtJohn Circle Three had charge of the %
lar.. nil Diio-
WHO Therm WANTS oil burning heater for THE J. Henderson. K"'._. HI. Au.. program which was given by the- I GJ
REUPHOLSTERED flood condition has heenused ....lIn". Florida. A---
"9.1101 12.14 4t 1.11 chairman Mrs. T II.:
Atty. for Plf. program (
AND REFINISHED only moderately. Se. It at NEW YEAR -
Co. tf The topic for discussion : ,
glade llaa Harding' ;J
Drop Us A Card I* .HfTIT 1'Ol'nT, RH *"ront "A Challenge for Ser / J'p7 1)
HASTINGS SlATTKESs* CO. FOR RENT; Attractive more building COI STY. PLOlintIt 11145... was ... -- Z'4"P
with 24-foot front on main : vice". The devotional was given .
Box 230 Palatka, FIa.I. highway between boa station and AleneMMor ai Plaintiff vs KdwardMurosn. J. M. Urownlee who read iJ /I. (7
chnnl. See It at 8113 Temple Ave.Wilhur 1.t"'I"I. fane No. 1311.Onnrn by Mrs. ? 9.7'.Q1ff..Y
"matt, owner. St 1-!? OF HITBLIfATlOV! from Coloonlann. l' l!
beam. MODI, lot Clark Bldtr' Chevrolet truck mechanicallyrood. Morgan whose residence and over by the President Mrs. "
Jaoknonvllle. phone Jacksonville I Sell cheap.-W. C. McCord.Ilex dress last known I I. 'a General after which a beautiful .
*-31 J8, It 1IZ8FriB 243 St...'". Up Delivery, Georgetown South Caro- S. E. Sparks, .
-| Christmas playlet was ..aIVl'nby.the 7 f
SALE-Two used ..I..ctrlo "?.- FOR S.\f..P.-8h..t1and pony. bridle Lawson'sBeauty You are required. tr> appear on Junior O. A., under the J
'rl*..ratore. rood condition. and saddl. '"*.-(.. ** Coop..r.Roc Sarah January Court' 1141. In 1h. ab ry* Haines,
_Yin/tA'a Oar.... tlFf"t 74. iramr*"". Fla. Sep '-' named and rau**, wherein direction of Mrs L. D.
plaintiff eeeks dlvorr RradfnrdPnonty L. Tho.and Mrs. E.:

RENT TJnfurnlehed. apart'. FOR cablS.SALK....".rl..I'Two-tory''.. one acre house arround.and Shoppe Telegraph shall. publish. I"--this. C.Mrs.Mann D. Jr.RCLED STEFANELLI'SGROCERY '
meat, private entrance. Rea ontol. .... 11901. Mr. Jean witsi..nmy. ndweaul .ffMlatml -
_ .-. .u N. Walnut .t. ItpCOITRT. Morrison. Htark Hot.l. "P at Htark. Florida, this lird
Waafelngtoit of December I47.
P11J1JH"tJ1tWIr"TOt1RTII'I"' U' ,.".- OFFICIAL BL) A.I. Thomas 9s12 for school chUdre ,*. a gS
der to FOR MWSBf'S Starker FIa.I said Court.Jeh. .
new mmnaerement. Cabin A. Clerk of .
rent. 1 r_.... and bath ov.rnightcabin. condition writer M*. Alao new Rood J. H.ndersos, Jilaq., m. A., romrni tln-ti. County Tele.gelrpY. ". -.o.t""*ft cft*
., also. I.rgs shop ultable ...'in.. Florida.Aur. .
,.' _...l.". Rout. leO Palatka. lnrtoa Coasdy6 T.l.grapb.. t; j .. far FIf. 1f14t I.U J
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I SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss Brides Of Week WCTU EntertainedBy Miss Pearce And Ortagus-Starling Godwin-Pearce

Honored At Shower Mrs. JohnsonThe Mr. Godwin HonoredAt Mrs. Kate Starling of Graham Wedding Party
the marriage of her
Given By WSCS home of Mrs. W. N. Johnson Lovely AffairA announces daughter, Onie Mae, to James EL: Feted At Dinner

Wanda Pearce I Miss Dorothy White President, was the scene of Ortagus, IOn'of Mrs. Hattie Or-
at home honoring
Member of the WSCS of the'! lovely Members of the
Weds Mr. Boone the December meeting of the of Jacksonville on Sunday, wedding
Becomes Bride I Methodist Church entertained Miss Wanda Pearce and Garland tagus participating In the !
Laura Scott WCTU Friday after December 1, in Folkston, Ga. 11\1-\
AfternoonThe Thursday afternoon of last week Godwin, whose marriage was an ceremony of MIss
Of Garland I Sunday noon. The living room where the I by Miss Starling was formerly employed Wanda Peat
at the Methodist service center event oC Monday was given and Garland Godwin
members gathered was artistically with the Jacksonville whose
Wanda Pearce, daughter' marriage of Miss Dorothy; honoring Miss Dorothy White, decorated In Christmas green Mrs Guy Sale and Mrs. W. B. ding was solemnized Monday w
became White of Mr. and whose to Mundy Thursday night, December Credit Association.The other ,
of Mrs. Bertha H. Pearce, Ray daughter marriage Benjamin guests were
and tree graced one reside in Green
a lovely will
' the bride of William Garland Godwin .' Mrs. Olin W. White and BenjaminF. Boone was an event of Sunday, ery 18, at the Mundy home on Church couple Sunday night, December entertain,
corner of the 'room, Cove where Mr. Ortagusis 21
ti son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G Boone, son of Mrs. Ben W and Miss Wanda Pearce, whose: Street. Springs Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Godwin of Raiford: on Monday, Boone and the late Mr. Boone of marriage to Garland Godwin was The subject for the Devotional The house was decorated In the in business. at their home at H Thou
December 22, at 6 p. m. In the Jackson, Tenn,, was solemnize solemnized Monday. was: "If Christ Had Not Come". Christmas motif with silver holly Motif Street in Gainesville.The DeSo

Fmt Methodist Church of Starke. Sunday afternoon, December 21: Decorations, except for the and was led by Mrs. Thcrnquest and silver and red Christmas bells, Christmas bridal

The Rev. W. J. Churchwell performed i at 3 p. m. In the Methodla bride's table, were of poinsettias Christmas music was played by and burning red candles. In the Used In Party wedding couple and tho
Rev. W. J. Churchwell Mra.. D., Lw Thomas on the piano solarium was a lovely lighted party were seated at
the double ring ceremony Church, and magnolia boughs, these being large table
performing the impressive double used lavishly to carry out the and carols were sung by the Christmas tree. The mantel was For Jean MundyMiss man Cutwork overlaid with a ft
tulips group. Edna Noegel sang aa a banked with holly, flanked on cloth, edged
motif.Receiving WI
: 1 ring ceremony. Christmas. Clair Jean Mundy was hon- deventse lace
palms Lighted white tapers In Prior to the marriage cere- guests at the door solo "0 Holy Night", accompaniedby either side with burning red candles ored last Saturday morning by a, low arrangement, and of centered WI

graduated candelabra cast a soft mony, Mrs. L. A. Canova rendered were Mrs. W. J. 'CJrurchwell and Mrs. Thomas. In Christmas holders. Over her mother Mrs. W. B. Mundyat chrysanthemums white ba

glow over the scene. A program a program of nuptial music on Mrs. A, Z. Adkins. Introducing One new member, Mrs. Wesley the mantel mirror was draped their home on Church Street, dragons placed and White, era

of nuptial music was rendered' the organ and Miss Garnlta Hut- guests to the receiving line were Andrews, was welcomed into the clusters of silver and red Christmas where several friends gathered, and flanked in a sliver,, bo\

when Mrs E. K. Perryman, church to sang "Because", and "Always" Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. W. Union. bells with garlands of greenery the occasion being Clair Jean's silver candelabra on either side

i organist, played Ahubert's "Ser The church was decorated with G. Halle. In the receiving line At the close of the meeting, framing the mirror with ef- eighth birthday anniversary. lighted tapers. Other holding Wh

enade", "Traumerel'V and "I Love pink gladioli, calla lilies and were Mrs.. Joe Martinez Miss dainty refreshments were served, fectiveness. Decorations for this glad occasion seated at small guests we

You Truly". Miss Garnlta Ilutto chrysanthemums, which were placed Pearce, and Miss White. consisting of sandwiches fruitcake In the dining room on the buffet were in the Christmas hostess' living tables in t

sang "I Love Thee". and "Bet around the altar. Tall floor Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs and coffee. Gifts were was an arrangement of silver motif. Clever arrangements of holding lighted room, Back tab

r cause". The> traditional wedding candelabra held pink candles, T. J. Griffin invited guests Into presented to each member pres- holly and slivered pussy willow holly, red candles and Christmas crystal holders red tapers

marches were used for the processional lending dignity to the solemnity; the dining room where a line ent from the, tree, a thoughtful spikes on either side of which bells were included. On the sun .land holly. banked In gl

and recessional, and of the occasion. On either side cloth featuring Italian cutwork and much appreciated gesture of burned three-branched candelabra porch, a large lighted Christmas A lovely lighted

ushers were Knos Hayes, Harold of the altar and In other places graced the table. In the centerof the hostess, holding white tapers. tree added charm and. gaiety to graced one end Christmas tr.

i Bishop, Charles K. Walker and around the church were placed the table reposed an artistic Greeting guests at the door surroundings ,hall. On the of the entran,

Harry I* Walker of Gainesville. arrangements of palms. arrangement of white Anemone Lions To Sponsor were Mr, T. T.. Long, second During the morning the children ,was' featured living a room mant
The bride was given in marriage chrysanthemums placed in an antique hour, and Mrs. R.'A. Green, first enjoyed numerous games, Including clever arrang
Members of the wedding party ment of silvered
by her mother and had asher of silver soup tureen, and New Year's PartyThe hour. Mr, J. W. KIncaid In- "Pin on the Donkey's leaves nlghllgh
entered the church to strains ed by blue and
j matron of honor her slater, the traditional wedding march flanked by three-branched candelabra ,troduced guests to the receivingline 'Tall", first prize being won by console table balls. Th
Club in
r'' Mrs. Mary Lane. Serving as holding burning white tap- Starke Lion's sponsoring which was composed of Mr. Rivers Stubbins. was adorned b
played by Mrs. Canova. A fit- "a Year's Eve to Mary lighted red
.V best for bridegroom was party tapers in silver,
man of era. Silver compotes and nappies and Mrs. Mundy, the bride and Later, the young guests were
soft musical
i' his brother, James B, Godwin. ting held nuts and pink and white be held in the former officers bridegroom elect Miss Pearce and Invited into the dining room, Christmas greenery and han,
nuptial music was heard during a
The matron of honor wore a mints. Other colorful refreshments club near B Gate, Camp Blending Mr. Godwin, the brideelect'smother favors of painted pine cones
portion of the ceremony.The Music will be Bea Haven and where they were given Miss Pearce
,, lovely lace gown of a delicate were placed on the table for by Mrs. Bertha H. Pearce, colorful balloons Covering the was attired In
d J shade of yellow and featuring a bride was lovely in a coat enjoyment of guests. her All-Girl Orchestra formerlyof and Mr. and Mrs. Sale. decorated becoming winter white wool dre
fitted waist and full sklrt.i. She suit of blue wool gabardine with the Skyway Club, Jacksonville table was a During the evening she was ,
t Presiding at the coffee service Mrs. J. G. Godwin, mother of cloth In Christmas colors. The '. pr
i carried a bouquet of blue carnations I pink accessories and a corsage of were for the first hour Mrs. Bertha Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock, the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. E. birthday cake was placed in the sented with a setting of sliver I
r with puffs of yellow net small vanda orchids and double dress Is optional and reservationsare her chosen pattern.
Pearce and Mrs. Olin White, L. Matthews invited guests Into center, being banked with fern
tied with blue satin ribbon, and tube roses. 'I and for the second hour Mrs. for couples only. the dining room. In the living and holly, and flanked on.either The following guests were greeted

wore a matching arrangementIn The bride's slater Mrs. C. W J. O. Godwin and Mrs W. E. Mld Reservations may be made by room were Mrs. O. L. Beasley, side by clever "Santa Claus" by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas:Mis

j her hair. Savage of Jacksonville, was dleton. phoning 63, 81, or Ift2. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, and Mra.Junlui candelabra. Pearce, Mr. Godwin, Mrs. :Mar

j The bride' Wall beautiful In a matron of honor. She was attired Those who assisted in the din- Smith.In During the party pictures were P. Lane James B Godwin, Eno

gown of white satin with a high in a dusty rose wool garbar- ing room were Mra. G. S. New- gift table. the dining room those presiding taken of the happy scene. Hayes Mr. .and Mrs. Harol],

,' marquisette yoke and bertha col dine suit and her accessories were comb, Mrs. H. C. Rltch, Mrs. E. A background of music was at the coffee services were Those who assisted l In serving Bishop, Jr., Mrs Bertha Pearc.

Jar, fitted bodice and long sleeves of brown. A corsage of pink carnations L. Matthews, Mra. J. W. KIncaid, softly' played during the afternoonby Mrs A. C. Durden and Mrs. W. and entertaining the youngsters Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Godwin, Harold ,

tapering to points over the hand. with silver leaves com Mrs A. W. Anderson, Mrs Bait- Mrs. R. A.'Green, Mrs. J. W. E. Middleton. Others assisting were Clair Jean's grandmother, Godwin, Mr. and Mrs Guj

The full skirt extended into a pleted her ensemble see", and Miss Lucy Barton. Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs E. K. Ferry were Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. Mrs. J. B. Sapp.Mrs.; J. R. Kite, Sale, Miss Madge Brownlee, Char)

long train. Her veil was a fln-ger. Olin White, Jr., brother of the A. F. Sauls presided over the I man. Charley E. Johns Mrs H. C. Mra. R. P. Stubbins, and Mrs. lea E. Walker Harry L. Walker

tip length of pure silk bridal illusion bride, served as best man, and I Wall Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. Mr.. Charley Johns. and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Thomas

I and heirloom rose point ushers were C. W. Savage and R. P. Stubblnn, Mrs. Fred Guy, Jr., of Gainesville.

J lace. The lace formed a tiara Steve Weldon. Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs. J. R. Kite, blue gown with a corsage of pink

that extended down the sides. Following the marriage ceremony r Mrs. E. F. Miles and Mrs. W. R. carnations and pink tube roses. Friends of W. H. Nullmao will

She carried a bouquet of white Mr. and Mr Boone left Strickland and Mrs. P. E. Canova. The bride-elect wore a pale pink be*glad to hear that he Is getting

orchids with valley lilies and immediately for Jackson/ Tennessee Color scheme for the dining room crepe gown with a corsage of along nicely after a recent operation

4 ribbone. where they will reside per wall pink and white, the table vanda orchids. Mrs. Pearce was at the Tampa Municipal Ho.

manently.Mrs. being overlaid with an exquisite gowned in black and white, witha pita! Ho is now convalescing a

Mrs. Pearce selected for her linen cloth of Italian cutwork with shoulder corsage of shatteredred the home of his son-in-law an'
Boone la a native of : 1 have always thought of up from Daytona Monday for the
daughter's wedding a powder blue carnations. Mra. Sale was daughter in St. Petersburg MrNollman >
I lace Inserts. Gracing the centerof
Starke from
being graduated -C'hrlHtma Time as'a good Godwin-Pearce wedding, and like-
t. \ sequin trimmed She attired in a of peacock blue, has'returnell to Stark
crepe gown. the table
was an arrangement gown
Bradford School and
High employed : times; a kind, forgiving; charitable wise the Max Snydera, down from
Wore blACk accessories and a corsage by the Florida Bank at the Jacksonville for of white bride's roses and delicate wearing in her hair a peach colored after spending several days I It
plcawuit time; only the same event .
I of debutante camellias. Starke for a number of years. I, time when men and women pink carnations. Low silver can glamellla. Tampa and St. Petersburg, an

,u Mrll. Godwin mother of the She recently resigned from the seem by ,one consent to dle holders with tall white candles During the delightful evening Miss Catherine Nollman Is spend

bridegroom,; wan. gowned In a City Hall, where she held a position shut-up hearts freely opentheir i Martha... ---- were used and all appointmentson Bongs were rendered by 'Mrs. A. Ing the Christmas holidays wit!
wool suit of mist grey, with which for a Smith's kindergarten the table were of silver, Z.-Adkins and O. S. Newoomb, ac- her mother.-at their home 0
over year. ,and I God Seas Itl"! ,
she word-pink ;.accessories. Her ray program:'Tuesday: morning was 'Mrs, ,Mundy, wore turquoise' companfed" d"by MrsT R.A. Green.: Madison'"Strefet.! ',
out-of-town Charles Dickens.And <
lovely corsage W&ll'of pink'sweetheart Among guests present another outstanding event of the
rosebuds. at the ceremony were Mr. season and she likewise must ?

Following the ceremony 'a reception and Mrs George White and I Mr, Dickens; expresses my have been a very busy lady for

held at the' Church daughter Miss Frances White of I sentiments 'exactly There's the past few weeks, for I under- ,

t. r Service Center.was Greeting. guests Tallahassee;-'MJ'. and Mrs. Eld-I I nothing like a few minutes with stand she made all the clever costumes '\ :""d..x,....!:."xupCIX..,.....,...<<'<.:..,. ..:or"...'! ..r.*'tnaP'r' ...... .: \\i::..<... ..'.( :i\<':,,.:.t.ii.:''.'.im"r":: :":"::.hn":<'":+"'0'..:.':"':':::.:.":'<::.'.<:rf.i..::.:.\....<-...!. .!,.'<\'r0*:,..ifXiii":: : ::,.:.,""(('",::.<,,:,w"':.':<<41

;, at the door were Mrs. Harold and ridge Mrs.Tomllnson E. M. Rooks of Jacksonville and son-, ;''In Ills the beloved proper characters frame of to mind put you for little ,Nativity as well pageant as directing featuringher the '.: : ...,kf.;;f(1:1( : :.tt.ilitttF:1;: ;\: : ;tj : ttjN i: :: \; ?;f.F(. ;:(&.l I.; nI'Xt iijii\1:;::::\ : ;t11tf.f G: ::]i if't:: 'ifi%!:>::>@;t.;\".$f&1'r'I..IM > "IJ

p.o, C. Wall Jr.and The Mrs.receiving William line B. la-law and daughter, Mr. and the day of days Unless It'athe tiny tots .. Mary Catherine : .''.."....',"....+..!...<.<.....:e.':........"...,.:.:.....l..t,...,..........,................... ,.".,...'.,.+. ,.....,...,..........\...T..V'..."w.,.".,..,........,.:.".'.,."...,........ ....>,">....,. ......,.......w.--.........."...v..'..-..%..'..'1.'''i'.Y,:: :>>'..fu.flt c',,..'....-,............,.?......-:.:".":,, ',
Mundy, .. : : : :: ,
stood against a background of Mrs. Paul Hunt of Gainesville. annual Candlelight service at Walnwrlght made an adorable j .,.e..:...:.#.,. .W'i.i.*..,:.:....::.::.h.. >}..:W.F.. .:..,:.::.4.:..::.....s:..eav',t'::..::9s a}:::1,1,;:iWr}7: :\:;:t::})},} .i.{. .:......#...f...y.!:..i............,.[.,,::r:; the Church which < ( ;
always -
white chrysanthemums, gladioliand Presbyterian : Mary, while Eddie Hartmann Jr. ::. :Mit'iV;J.P .AkKt.:::,+t 'N ) :1w : :@lA h/t.K/ ) ;
to the + ...?....... ...;... :. .,:.. ,. :: ,.,:,;,.,;y. "kyrCpvi: .,., -. .;... .. ,,. ( : }:fYii7ff.iv.\ :
... .,
seems impart just ... .
Women's .. .. .. ... ,
greenery, formed In an 'im Business. was a more or less convincing .,...,..... ..,.......,,..},,:.,'r.:!,(.;;.I.t;) ;:".<'"'\.,' .' :.:.: ::" ,.,....N'.., ,........ .'.":,...' W'6' ",,.. "'.'.(<:.Y<...0.:'.."..',"C C'F'a

? pressive kets of white arrangement.gladioli and Tall chrysanthemums bas WMU Circle Has Into right the touch holiday for reverent season .entrance. This assured angel, and Wise Hank Man Graham. Bob a Smith self. h';,,.,;[",:itt::;;!::;; ({;lJtiJ, ; :,;.r::: .); ;:;{ i.J ii i; .f..f;::: i\f.\: ]iiw..i.: : lli qi.Jr

were lined with effectiveness Yuletide PartyThe year the program outdid even Its did the honors as Santa Claus, "<'I;( .,,,. ...... ,... .i'.I"I ." ..'......... \':.: r '" ..:...:}....," :: <<.a7
own fine traditions of the past ten and the touch when S t : I : ; :
crowning was : i
i Presiding at the coffee services home of Mr and Mrs, R. A. years, and deserved bouquets are the group sang "Silent Night" In \/ tf ; 1 ifl: : ll: : 1: 1 ;J JQ
hereby tossed to Alice Fernandez
Green the
were Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mrs was scene Friday night, .. Latin-a feat that few, if any <
W. J. Churchwell; and Mrs. T. J. December 19, of a lovely covered Kaufman who conceived the pag- of us grownups who sweated blood \ ,

Griffin and Mrs. W. H. Mlddleton. dish buffet dinner In which members -.1. eant based on the poem, "The over "All Gual" In our schooldays i.k S k

Others assisting at the receptionwere of the Business Women's Innkeeper Speaks" r Only one could equal 'c \ ( J Jl
Circle and their husbands and who has attempted a task like
Mrs. T. II. Osborne, Mrs. ---- (
friends this knows how much time and \
Guy Sale, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. participated. Another Innovation of the Yule- \l \ }I It
all J.; R. Kite,,. Mrs P, E. Canova, Turkey and dressing headed' a effort the finished. production represents tide season was the faculty Christmas .

Mr. Junlus Smith; Mrs. A. W. Christmas menu on this occasion tree at BHS last Friday aft ". I Ii

Anderson, Mrs. H. C, Brown, and clever decorations in ernoon Too bad some of the
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, :Mrs O. L the yuletide motif graced the Luclle Mitchell read the part of students couldn't have peeked In i ii i( I'' I
the innkeeper with telling effect ..
Beasley, Misses Madge Brown- lovely home throughout.Each the home economic room to see 1
member of the circle and her costume, as well as all i \
lee Anise Green, and Marian their dignified teachers, since each
the others, tribute to the 1 t \
were a
brought a delicious covered dish i i
Brown, the latter two presidingover one was required to "perform" ?
the bride's book. preparation, placing them on the pimble-fingered ladles of the before being given a present . i \
artistically arranged buffet table church Dr. Kaufman gave :: I '
The bride's table was decorated Am reliably informed that Kate J( \
able assistance In
with a white three-tiered cake which was decorated with a centerpiece many departments Sheppard' Jig was the hit of

topped with a miniaturebride and of exquisite white roses but especially demonstrated the afternoon. but Ethel Biggs ,
and sliver leaves, flanked on his cleverness by constructing a _
and either side refused to I
groom, graced on give a repeat performance ;
manger that blended perfectly In- ,. .
by white candelabra. either side with threebranchedcandelabra of her now-famous Indian .e.i
to the and didn't .
,After spending some time greet holding burning red war dance ,, .- -
tapers and featuring red bows on stand out like a sore thumb as _
ing their friend Mr. and Mrs.Godwin .

left for their honeymoon the on-bases.the .buffet-- was placed a ;.most, Understand homemade the carpentry pageant does was And speaking' of Ethel: ., She :: .

trip.Mrs. got the jump. on everyone, as
presented again Tuesday
Godwin Is a student at colorful miniature Christmas tree night usual by having her Christmas
for the inmates of the State ,
trimmed with bright balls. .
FSU In Tallahassee, while Mr. dinner ,
Wednesday night as
Prison, and I must that It
Participants enjoyed dinner in say
Godwin Is attending this! University her usual custom on ChristmasEve -
of Florida in Gainesville the living room, where several waa certainly deserving of repeat Her thory Is that in do-
small tables were placed. In the performances Seems to me
living room a large white Christ- that all of the church programs Ing this she keeps from being
Rehearsal Dinner have been tied down in the kitchen all day i [ ? [ fEI
mas tree lent grace and beauty to unusually good this SJJ'Lj
Christmas Eve feast with Ethel +
For Wedding PartyPrior the base yuletide an Impressive scene,*featuring Nativity scene at its year: Sunday morning Baptist Choir and cantata the- : friends to see what Santa Claus _.

brought them sit aroundthe
or Just
to rehearsal Saturday Over the living room doors green Methodist one Sunday night were i
fire and take life easy .
night of the marriage Miss and silver pine cones were suspended also highlights of the season and
Sounds like a grand idea to me
Dorothy White and Benjamin F. from large red Christmas reflect much credit on those who (
Wonder of
Boone which was solemnized Sunday bows while the mantel directed them, as well as those why more us tt"lie -
was May
grac / glow of the Christmas carulles reflect"the, true
who don't adopt ItT Enjoying the ___--
members of the wedding ed of silvered sang
by a large bouquet .1
party enjoyed dinner at 6 p. m. llgustrum and other cleverly arranged ---- Christmas Eve feats with Ethel significance of this glorious occasion. May their cheerful, radi-
and daughter Sue were Edith,
in the Avery Inn. On the coffee One of the chief Joy of the holidays '
greenery. Leslie and Babe Biggs, the Roscoe once remind us again of the warm friendships of those.about us,,
Those present were; The bride table and at intervals around the of course Is seeing familiar
I' faces bob along Call Street Elliott., and Owen Helen and symbolizing the trust and confidence of those with whom wf hey!
and bride-groom elect Miss Dor- room arrangements of gold and up Peg Griffin of St. Augustine : ._ ; !
othy White and Benjamin Boone,, sliver leaves were adorning features that you haven't seen for months bean associated these past : -
'tis years.
Incidentally a very happyChristmas .
W. -since last Christmas, to be exact -
Rev. and Mrs. J. Churchwell, A soft lighting effect was -
Mr. and Mri. C. W. Savage, Miss created with the of red Among those glimpsed : in the Biggs household '" '
use tapers because Sue Is now able to walk It is our fervent hope that each of oiTwitHin, .Jh91]
Tuesday were George Raymondand "
Carol White, Mr. and Mrs.' Olin and red Christmas electric lights
White, and Olin White. Jr.. Steve which burned at various) places wife, here from Gulfport around the house for brief periods Christmas season at its best. (
after confined
Weldon Miss Garnlta Hutto, Mrs throughout the room. MillS.! where George Is engaged being strictly
to her bed and wheel chair for so
L. A. Canova and Mrs. J. W. Kln Rev. L. D. Haines began the In stock farming ., They have
time .
long a .
stories to recountof
some exciting
cald. evening with a Christmas blessing
after which the group enjoyed Interesting the terrible hurricane that -
Christmas and I struck that area last fall, and say Well, gum, that winds up the
OES NoticeWaldo I games I little black book for this time '. .
that the only thing that saved
songs led by W. B. Mundy. R.
: their property Is that it is severalmiles Gotta hurry off now and see what GEM JEWELRY
Chapter No. 120, O.E.S., A. Green acted as Santa Claus
Santa, Claus brought So long
back from the coast .
will hold a regular meeting and for the presentation of gifts, and
Also See la the next .
a pleasure to !glimpse our you
Christmas party on Friday Dec. each participant was required to I I
old friends the Nat --Carolyn.I .
26, at 8 p. m. perform-In,soon way' In order to Sternbergs

AU visitor soul members are ean ,UM.giftiwhU, Santo had for ---- --. -- _n___ 108 EL CALL ST., PHONE 170 STARKE. FUUu .

cordially Invited (o come and him or her.Guests I

bring. ,gift departed having spent I I ALVAREZ' STORE : h
-Mas. Maud Lappe, an exceptionally enjoyable even-

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- [ LOCAL Miss Ruth Alvarez of Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Piano Students Birthday Party in cincciT. FLOltlUAl COVET BRADronnCOUNTY. IN CHAN-

HITS of NEWS I ICaUdle. Va., Is a holiday guest of Mr. and Jim Deaver are holiday Presented Here' For Guy Children Stephen CEnT.; Kor..l..huk. Plaintiff. V*. ,

... and Mrs. Carl Sapp. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ann Korolchuk. Defendant. Cae. '

Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Is spendIng Deaver In Brunswick Ga. In Two RecitalsLast Mra. Fred Guy entertained Frt- No. n09.ORDER OF PUBLICATION

.. Hazen a student Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benka of the Christmas holidays at the Mrs. J. H. Fields has as holiday day December 19, at her home AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR

Baptist Seminary In NewtAlIs Palatka were guests Monday of home of her son-in-law and guests Mr. and Mrs. William Saturday afternoon Mrs. jointly honoring her small son STATE) OF' FLORIDA. to! Mm.

I the La. .. spending the holi1 Mrs. Benka's parents, Mr. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haight of Jacksonville and Mrs. E.'M. Davis entertained her music and daughter Jimmy and Jane and Ann address(tsnrolchuk In: t whose llrlveth.I'IIlIld.nc.41 Ka.t

Inti with her parents. Mr. andj. Mrs. J. F. Hazen. Gibson in Goldsboro, N. C. Grace Pearce and son Vernon, of pupils at a lovely recital partyat the occasion being their birthday Street Hartford. Conn.

F. Hazen. Mr. and. :Mrs. Herbert Deal left Thomas O. Ritch of New Lon- Plant City.. the Davis home on Tenth anniversaries. Jimmy was four January You are 211.) required 10411. III the to abuv appear1 na.on.-'

Friends will regret to learn of Tuesday for a holiday visit with don, Conn., arrived in Jackson HOOVER Sales &; Service. The Street.A years old while Jane celebratedher ed Court anti cause, wherein plain
tiff aeeka divorce.
continued Illness of B. S. Mrs. Deal's mother In Macon, Ga. villa by plane. He Is a guest durIng only outlet for genuine parts. lighted Christmas tree stood third birthday anniversary. (Tounty Telegraph ahall publish this

arda which will necessitate Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent the holidays of his mother Phone ISO. Smith's Garage. tf on a table In' the 'living room, 1 The children gathered in the Order Witness In next my four hand. weekly and. official leeueii.

returning to Riverside Hos- Sunday In Fernandina with Mr. Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and his grandparents Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and where still another gaily decorated -!,living room where a lighted aral. at Mtarke. Florida, this De-

. :aI In Jacksonville for a major Davis' slater Mrs. J. R. Hardee Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Grif Miss URic Thomas of Jacksonville tree and many cleverly decorations arranged Christmas tree stood adding .oemlier(OFFICIAL S3. 1B4T.SHAD; A.' J.. Tboma.

ration some time in January.jr. and family. were weekend guests of -Christmas charm to the surroundings. On 'Aa Clerk of said Court.

Sot and Mrs. Artford Brown Mra Effie Johns and Mrs. Bessie fin.Mrs.. S. P. Vandiviere and son Mrs. W. M. Wimberly.Mr. were placed. The room was lit the mantel was a clever arrange- T Atty.Frank for Pit.I-nndrum, HtarV ia-36 ,4t Fla.1-11

Lj son, Buster of Gainesville Wlnkler spent Tuesday and Pitner, of Bay Pines and Mrs. and Mrs. John Moyer and entirely by burning red candles ment of red candles and colorful
heIt L Christmas Day guests of Wednesday In Hawthorne visiting Cora Marshburn of Tallahassee all banked with small arrange- pine cones. Artistic
daughter Janle. are holiday guestsof
[i Mrs. Hogan Smith. ;Mrs. John's niece Mrs. T,, W. were luncheon guests Sunday at Rev. and Mrs. L. O. Hemingway ments of holly. 'A mammoth red I of holly were placed arranarement.1
iIr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith 'Webb. the home of Mrs. O. W. Alderman: Mrs.' Christmas bow was placed be-' around the room
and Mr. and Orle
vit kve as their holiday guests .Mr.id T. N. Kendrick Is a holiday fn the afternoon they attended and family.I Wiggins tween double windows at one end During the first portion of the I L &RIK"TARKE I

[id. Mrs. Q. K. Bennett and son, guest of his son-in-law. and I the: funeral of Mrs. Loadholtz in Mr. and Mrs. George C. White : of the room. rendered two afternoon the children were entertained FL'.1\
of Jacksonville. Lake Butler. participant
;eID. daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. T. and daughter Frances of Tallahassee -I with several delightful :
101 Richard O. Kldd and son, Richly Black, in Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sav.geand piano solos after which delightful -
10 left Tuesday afternoon daughter.Yvonne of Jacksonville spent Sunday and Monday refreshments were served. games. They were then Invited '
HI. :Mr. and Mrs. K. Q. Duncan have here with Mrs. J. W. White and CHRISTIflAS'A
h jjoln Mrs. Kldd and Marcia were guests Sunday at the Each one received favora of tiny Into the dining room where they irs
as guests during the holidays Mrs.Duncan's Mrs. G.V.. Alderman. Monday
and Robert at the home'of, home of Mrs. Savage's parents cellophane bags of candy .tied were served from a long table
) brother-in-law and sister afternoon they attended the fun-
Kid in Mrs. Olin White and with bright ribbon.
R. O. Highland Mr. and ,
thoh II. Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith Mrs. eral of Mrs. Alderman's sister graced by a delicate cover of lace
!, Va.000VER. family. Mr. and Mrs. Savage recently -; Those invited to participate in
pring' Duncan's sUter-ln-law, Mrs. W. Mrs. Loadholtz, In Lake Butler. Twin birthday cakes decorated In
Sales &; Service. They moved Into their new homeIn this glad occasion were Emma
outlet for genuine parts. C. Troutman and sons, W. C. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre of Jane .and Norma Canova. Robert red and green. were placed on
and J. .H. all of Tenntlle Ga.
e 120. Smith's Garage. Uur. Christmas Day guests of Mr. Jacksonville are spending the holidays and Catherine Kelley Archie and either end of the table and holly

and Mrs. L. A. Davis have' Other guests will be Mra. Duncan's and Mrs. T. H. Slade and familyare with Mrs. McIntyre's parents Judy Green Dianne Gillen Sylvia and red candles formed the striking

a holiday guests Dr. and Mr. sister-in-law. Mrs. Emmie Mrs. W. S. Slade and Mr. and I Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Thorn- Alvarez Mary Rivers Stubbing Each child
Lee Theia and Miss Shirley Theisof centerpiece. was
n j. ] Brown of Defunlak Springs Mrs. C. W. Sinclair all of Doug ton.Mr. Catherine Colaon Darrow Mlxon
ml Mrs. D. H. Perryman of At-' Jacksonville.Mr. las Ga., and Dr. and Mrs. Harry and Mrs. W. E. Dowllng and Betty Ann Denmark, Glenda and given favors of red and green

rgh mta. and Mrs. Eric Culbreathand Howell of Lake City. sons, Jimmy and Billy Boy are Frances Crosby. Johnnie Francis Christmas baskets filled with

Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch of son, Jimmy, of Gainesville Mrs. W. J. Griffin. Mr. and holidays guests of Mrs. Dowllngi .- candy.

lirksonvllle were guests last were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Griffin and daughter. parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews In the music room of the Starke Those who assisted Mrs. Guy In

b reekend at the home, of Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Strickland. Verna Jean, and Mrs. Maude and her three brother Roger USO. Mrs. Will Edwards presented serving the children were llttloJane'a

re arrle Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. Sergeant Billy Miles of Mil- Alexander all of Jacksonville. James and Eddie. The Mathews her music pupils in -,a recital .

'", J. Griffin. ledgeville, Ga., is spending the were guests of Mrs. Ethel M. family are enjoying a reunion.for Monday afternoon December 15 godmother M... H. C.

Mrs. Loulebelle Moore of Plant holidays with his parents, Mr. Biggs and Miss Sue Biggs last the first time In four years. Each performance was creditableto Hitch Jimmy's godmother Mrs.

I I Ity, George Moore of North- and Mrs. E. F. Miles. Sunday., Mr, and Mrs. S. B. Sparks and both the Instructor and pupil. O. L. Beasley, and their grandmother MAY YOURS BE

,8w restcrn University, and Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell and Mrs. D. L. Thomas spent Thurs- Those taking part were Emma Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.Intermediates A MERRY ONE

'a.! Wilmot Brown and familly Mrs. Laura Tison, of Starke is son J. E., Jr., of Jacksonville are day of last week'In Bronaon with Sue and Charles Otlom Eddie AND THE NEW

J r Tallahassee are holiday guests now on her way to Tokyo, Japanto holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. Judge and Mrs. H. S. Wilson. Hartman, Burge Searing. Clair Have

.. f Mrs. Q. W. Brown and Mr. join her husband Sgt. Smith A. Knight. Mr. and Mra. M. F. Hazen spent Jean Mundy. Carolyn Crews. Yuletide YEAR FILLED

j Mrs. H. C. Brown. who is stationed there. Miss Mayme Anderson of Archer last Saturday with their parents Mary'Bessant, James Agnes and PartyThe WITH JOY ANDHAPPINESS

I'b' is a guest during the Christ- in Brooker. Julia Lawson, Pamela Faye Lawson Methodist Intermedate Fellowship -

CONCRETE: BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE J: mas holidays of her brotherinlaw Mrs. Eldrldge Smith and daughter Jo Anne Smith Caroline Prevail Group had their Christ- A. II. CAUKATT
Ir"I, SASH DOQRS PAINT HARDWARE! and sister, Mr. and Mrs.and E Diana, are visiting relativesin Joan Slade William Eng-' mast party Thursday evening Manager

M. Davis and her nephew Shubuta, Miss. ram Betty Williams Florence Dec. 18, in the recreation build- -- ----
niece Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mixon Brown George and David Canova Christmas toIlln TMon.. Dee 88 29
ing. Appropriate
Mf. and Mrs. Hubert Bronson
,u Most and other relatives In Starke. left Sunday for Orangeburg. S. C., Ona Demorest, Martha Home, games were played by the group.I
U ANN I IS Try Us Mrs. Roy Mathews and son, Janet Anderson June and Peggy Frontier Gal
U' Evng Roger of Palatka were guests to:spend the holidays with Mr.Bronson' Caldwell Helen Whltfleld, Jean- Mrs. Ann Parker assisted by
For ThoseHard Mr. and people.Mr. Miss Carol White. served fruit Yvonne DeCarol. Rod
To Sunday at the home of nette Priest, Barbara Moore, Ada
BUILDING SUPPLIES Mrs. W. E. Dowling and sons, and Mrs. D. T. Clark of Edwards. AlvIn Lewis and Nancy punch and cakes to the following Cameron

buildKepiiln INC. Jimmy and Billy! Boy. Miami and Mr. and Mis. W. 1\1:. Bates. members! and guests: Phoebe Now AnsI Sliort

To Get Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Wainwright and family of) Tallahassee Green Ann Johns, Judy Green, -----------
poinsettias emphasized 1'11"' Ut'e, SO
U 1036-1048 W. Main St., South Jr., have as holiday guests Mrs.Epperson' are guests of N. D. Wain- ''I Exquisite dU Florence Brown Barbara Simmons -

q ; ItemsRemoolel father and mother, wright, Sr., and Mr and Mra. the Christmas season as Hazel Bryant. Ernestine!
Or Uulnestlllo, Florida singing of carols. Mrs. L. Shep
group Bryant Tommy Smith, Tommy My Dog
a Mr. and Mrs. R L. Richard of J. R. Wainwright. I
PHONE 217 218 Jacksonville and her uncle and Walter Hygema is spending the A. Canova was accompanist durIng Slade, Billy Weldon and Rev. and

P. O. Box 62 aunt Mr. and .Mrs. R. W. Whiteof holidays with his sons and. brothers the singing. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. I Lanny Rw, Tom Neal
. Edwards served ice cream Farnum
Mrs. Wlllloni
The gathered around the
Plant City. In Warsaw, Ind. group ;
, cookies and Mr. and Mrs. T. ,K. McClaneJr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome oSan Christmas tree and gifts were

o VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANT ., and family spent the week- have as their guests Mr; and Mra. I the recital. given to all present.CocaCola \V tl. ThurH.:-:' Dec.- 31 Jan.- 1
end with relatives In Orlando.Mr. .
John of Miss.
Morgan Tupelo, I
Good Food Soda Fountain and Mrs. Myron West arrived Miss Margaret DuraMmer ol; WSCS Assigns CompanyHas She WroteTHE
Rest Rooms For Your Convenience Monday for a visit with Mrs.
West's I grandmother Mrs., R. S. Brooksvllle Id the holiday guest Members To .Circles i Christmas '
of her brother and' sister-in-law BOOK'Jn
Fernandez. Mrs. West is the Dinner For Employes
J ''Tar- Mr. and Mrs. F.'LiDur li Inter and Following are names 'of the >. Dads.,Jark Oakle

....... formef Miss Mary'-Alice... family. members of Circle One and Circle The
Employes of the Starke CocaCola The Case Of ,
Everfi Branch ofINSURANCE brough: Starke
WSCS of the
Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mr. and Mrs. C: C. Hoppe' and Two of the Bottling Co., their wives and ,

daughter. Jeannette, arrived Sun- son. Jimmy arrived ChristmasEve MethodIst Church as assigned for' husbands, enjoyed their annual Baby SitterTom

day from Orlando to be holiday from Tampa to enjoy the the. new year: Christmas Dinner Monday nightat

guests of Mrs. McLendon's par Christmas holidays with Mr.' and Circle No. Ono the Cracker Grill. Allen JrnklnftVirginia
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. L. S. Hutto Mrs W. V. Neal
I ants, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- Mrs. At thin time gifts were exchanged Sal
thews. They were Joined on Hoppe's parents, ).1r., and Mrs.A. Gunter, Mrs. J. B. Cottrell Mrs. and the annual bonus Also News .*

H. C. WALL AGENCY Christmas Day by Dr. McLendon. C. Durden. E. T. ShuN Mr J. H. Fields, checks from the company were ----- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Winkler Miss Kate Struth''and ;Mrs. W. Mrs. Shelly Hall. Mrs. Hattie distributed. Lovely corsages were Fri. Sat Jan :* 3

have as their holiday guests Mrs. H. Struth will have as their holl- Hathcock, Mrs. T. H. Slade Mrs. presented to each lady present. 1
PLEASE PHONE 146 Wlnkler's brother-in-law and sister day guests Mr. and Mrs. W. L. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. L. A. Davis, Crimson CanaryNoah

-:- Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoppen- Edwards and daughter'Fredrlka; Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mra. M. W. Mr.Those and enjoying Mrs. Cliff this Hazen event were Mr. I

stedlt of St. Petersburg.' Mrs. Leah Bauknlght, and Mr. Cresaler Mrs. A. D. Martin Mrs. I Decry Jr., Lois Collier<<
and Mrs. J.. P. SullivanMr.. and
Mrs. Willard LaMorte and children and Mrs. W. G. Struth all of W. O. Halle, Mrs. D. E. Knight, 1 "

Bambi and Bunkle returnedlast Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mrs. A. W. Anderson Mrs. W. J. Mrs. Wllbert' Thornton .fr. and CODE
Mr 1C. F. Miles Mr. and Mrs.
Friday to their home in Col- Page and children, Billy Martin Churchwell. Mrs. Eula Whfgham ,

onial Heights Conn., after spend- and Merrell Lynn ofLake, City. Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. O. L. Lacy Bllcox Mr. and Mrs. G. S Of The CactusTim
Newcomb Baylens McKinney
ing several weeks here with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle, join- Haynes. Mrs.,. Charlie Johns Mrs

and Mrs. R. A. Weeks.Mr. ed by their son, Jack -of Jacksonville H. C. Ritch. Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Walter Sllcox, Jr., Lester Leach McCoy,

Mrs. C. II. Walters of Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Mrs. L.. DVlning Walter Tomllnson. Cecil. Leach Cartoon
and arc enjoying the holidaysIn
FOR YOUR CAR w. hav. a new. FOR and Nancy Owen.
PHILCO auto radio! Immediate I SALE Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando as guests of Mr.: and Mrs. Bam Anderson Mrll.

SHEPHERD Insinuation.!) RADIO A. low" a.SERVICE.H3.KO. ONE NEW S-BEDROOM residence. W. R, Walters and daughter! Mra. Woodfin Halle and children Anne Guy, Mra. L.'D. Green Mrs

Court at Madison .treet., Starke. I Ju.t "ompl.ted. Clair of Reldsvllle Ga., are holi- Linda Sue and Sandra Kay. A. F. Saul, Mrs. T. T, Long. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In

tt eml-uioH' .WHITE 14 .al. PAINT Whit $enamel S OA1. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Eustla McKnight Circle No. Two '

'*.S at low "'loo*. Delorea spend Mr. Carl Johns Mrs. J. M
LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND .tOIi.Jth.lg..1 r ; Tenly.Mr. and daughter are The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof
.. 1.6. '1.5. 35 and Mr.' B. T. Thomas are In Mrs. E. K. Ferryman,
BUSINESS PROPERTY I o-I70 Window. Complete. : ing Christmas with relatives Hembree,
Plumblnr. Fitting.{ : 54 In. PlY' Woodl holiday hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Sumpter, S. C. Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. George The People"A
Pin. Fluorine, Rook Sheive.I ...
I I. I FINISH' .IMEI Wblt. Cement,, Henry B. Griffith of Birmingham. Mr. ,and Mrs. W. W. Thurmanand Flynn Mrs. A. W. Redgrave Mrs
01.ALSO.... Iliocic Concrete Sand Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. daughter Jane, are enjoyingthe W. B. Parks Mrs./ J. A. Martinez.Mrs. Southern Bui>M"t Church For AH People

STROUT SELL; .u. Block. all He.; pip.Pips. ;,t.p Concrete.ton.. Haines of Branford. holidays with relatives in C. J. Johns Mrs. W. E. Mldllfton .

Gr..tt Mdvrrtlaev of _..- I house Mortar pier Mix*,, Beeel floor;Window.Cementl::1 Rock Paint! Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts Bassfleld. Mlaa. I ( Mrs. E. L., Matthews Mrs Sunday School: 9:45 Training ,Union 6:13Kvrning :
_.? trr oronertr. Ha* ever Oil and Block Paint; Concrete Floor have as Christmas Day dinner Among those home from colleges An Wood, Mlfis Kate Struth Miss
( .. I
", .. Bayer ml* Home from *all.-Farm.rrea .*.* SOS- complete One Skll-Saw: Dump Truck, Haullnv. guests Mrs. Chenleyl 1 Fogg of and universities to spendthe Olive Ray Mrs., H. M. Rlcharde. Morning Worship : << llappy Hour

World. m> oven lIe.I... tore ran SALE new. 1200 up |co Graham Mrs. Lillian Conway and Christmas holidays with relatives Mr. W. J. Chandler Mrs. W. ,L. 11:00 7:30
E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY dawn 120 mo. In COV cl.',v limits.opIcRAL ,. daughter, Millie Anne. of Branford are Charles Mooney and Al Blair Mrs. L. W. Koch. Mrs ---- .
Represented Locally By BVGIOltEBHIVn!] CO.i. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Durban, Harley of Clemson College S. C4; Titus Olson Mrs. I. P. Shepherd December Derlnloiiit. fnum. the UlNcour of Jesuit
F. C. IIOLLINGSUORTH I Maurice Edwards. Pfc...* S4OUTK10U and Jewett Fogg of Jacksonville! Miss Sylvia Morse of Stetson; Mrs. Hogan Smith Mrs. J. W. Morning. 11 a. m. "Follow 1\18"

116 So. Walnut St. Miss Marjorie Davis. Miss Virginia White Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. J
INSURANCES writ a 11 line.
Kvrnlnit 7:30: p. m. "Out of the Pig Pen"Beginning
fire automobile. llabllltjr, and I / Sewell and 'Miss Marian W. Klncald Mrs. Carrie Hitch -
TRACTOR FOR SALE! Model B I life. See me for Insurance the Following Sunday
your Mra. W. F. Godwin -
Brown of FSU In Tallahassee. Mrs. F. H. Long,
Karmall, A-I condition rood tire*. I Walnwrlirht. Jr., 1FOR
Price reasonable. May b* *een. at W. dt.lr'Sp., Phone lf tf ) I Mrs. Bertha Pearce 'Miss "January Journal of Juggling/ of Jerusalem""Visit
mm farm any week. day. Al.o SeC )4llUJ1UdlJfuJetiJe I:* CIRCUIT! roritT. HIS aflFoflhP Amy Coburn Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand -.----
me for kind of farm work i.-v CIIAIWllford -
any (01 ri.oitiuAi
with tractor equipment.. -R. H.rRI.mIROr RINT-Altr."U"e.! clean furnished f'I'JHY.TV. Mrs. J. T. Stabler. The Church With The Visiting Pantor"I
Oren, of Brookeren and unfurnlahed apartment, Ray Strutton Plaintiff, v...
New :: 4tp 1-2 I very does In. Desirable location. JnNrphlno Htrullon, D I. n d ant.
I No objection to well behavedchildren.
I / .-Mr. and Mra' W. H. Case ORDER No 1212.OF PlTBLjrATIONA Baptist'' WMU Circles I __ 44''
I Nollman, SOt W. Madison St.
ALL, KINDS I Stark ti: "' OK FLORIDA tol Jode-. Met Last Week :J
Hi rut ton, whose .
The Baptist
I available on Kingsley Lake. For WITH You are required to appear. on
I Information .e. Htarke Chamber January Itoh UU, In the abovenamed church Tuesday December 16, for .
of Commerce. tf WISHESFOR Court and cause, wherein and
BEST I Its regular monthly program
I seeks divorce. RradrnrdCounty
F< ', 3-.tory noune.. Telegraph .....11 publish this business meeting. Twenty-two PUT THIS DOWN <<
:, : with I i bathe. Ord..r In next four work I" fmuen. members were present.The .
Also. two I-room apt clod. I... witness my hand and official
Very reanonable.. Inquire SOs N. peal at ttark* till. 23rdof I meeting was opened with | K
l4r.lorlda. IN YOUR
Walnut St. tf C I-I R I 1ST M A SAND n.*.mher 8EAF., 1 ) A.I.: Thomas the singing of "Joy to the World". LITTLE BOOK ,
WHO WANTS a larpe "I.! Duo- ( A* Clerk of sail Court I Circle Three had charge of the
REUPHOJLSTERED Therm oil burning heater for THE John :J. HendvrHOn F>'1., HI. AU-I which was given by the- ,, /
i itf
4ft.0? flood condition has been. rustin.', Florida. / program B. h
AND\ REFINISHEDDrop ueed only moderately. See It at NEW YEAR Atty. for fit. 12.1' 4t t.U program chairman Mrs. T.
Us A Card Blade 0.. Co. tf Harding.. The topic for discussion I vfcQS
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. nr: nnrrrr I'011RT. flHIDYORO "A Challenge for Service" ':- /
FOR RENT: Attractive .tor build. 11 CHAM.Alrne was
rni ,
Box 230 Palatka Fla.IEEUROOM In* with 14-foot front on main t-t.NV. The devotional Walt given / ,
hlirhway. between bua station and .. EdwardMorxnn. g
.chnol. flee. It at 801 Temple A".. Morvan. n.ff ndant Plaintiff.fun t fin. flit. by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, who read "v-t C175ZF..4t
APT. AVAILABLE at -Wilbur Hrott. owner. It 1.1 ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANT from Colo/wIanSr % tt Ct'
421 W. Madison ft. Apply > NOTIfB TO ArrKARBTATB '.. K
meeting presided
Model? ton The business
:iJ.: FOR BALF.-on. 1940 lt&
Edward '
to "
baum A Soni. lot Clark OF FLORIDA : d ;; roe. '..,
Jacknonvllle, phon Jackeonvlll Chevrolet. Sell truck cheap.-W.mechanicallyirood. C. MoCord: : Morgan who" residence and .<1dr. over by the President, Mrs.S. -. /; / ) .... 9d
... I III % General (\ y.o.s
1-2328. at n-i Box, 24$. Hlark. lOp r".ll-vry lat, Oeorsretown known fiouth" Caro- E. Spark, after'whlch a be au- "

FOR SALE Two need clectrlo "re- Shetland bridle lIn. Uful Christmas playlet wasjjlvenbythe .
FOR 8AL.R'- pony
'rlcerator, food condition. and *ddler 1H.-C. L> Cooper Sarah Lawon'aBeauty You are r.quirs.4 II4, to In appear the. abovenamed onJanuary Junior G. A., under the ,
Smitir. Oarace.. tf Bn* 74 Hampton Fla. 2tp I-J Court 18th. and emote. wherein direction of Mrs. L. D. Halnes --=!

FOR RENT Unfurnished apart. FOR BALE-T".ory, hou. and Shoppe Plaintiff Tl..*.STaph..k* divorce.shall pnbllah. TIradford thl<<* Mra. D. L. Thomas and Mrs. E.
Reaeon- cabin electricity on. acre round, County ... _. STEFANELLI'SGROCERY ,
ment. prlvat entranc Order In net toss weekly. .u C. Mann. Jr.RCLED ,
Risu'- ala, N.' Walna'.to ISp'mHmsa'rovRrwr' pecan tree ISDOO Mr. Jean Wllnmw mr band med official. .
MorrUon. Stark. Hot!. lip
**sI at mark Florida .Ibis, alrit '
COURT.wider Waahlngtoa StreetStarke of December 1947.OFFICIAL r !: PRACTICE PAPER & MARKET ,
new, mana..m.nl. Cabin to FOR 8ALB-Royal standard 1"wrlt.rl .- ( SHAD A. 3.'TomaA 0x12 for school chlWrem. 7So a ,
rent a room and bath" overnight' wide carriage, la rood Clerk of ash ld Court. ,
oablBa, aUo large *h; B ;suitable, on.. $66. Aleo new, tax.-I RemIntrton John J. Hn4rao. JCINJ.J. Bt An.Xntln rem*-Bradford Couatjr Tele-j..... -- ----
ad) Jpon| 1lrtngi... ,tp I-II Brader4 CouaAr rlrnpa.. tfJ ;_ rK. 13-M 4t I-U .

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::0:: .- ... .. 'JI IT .... .... V" .. TOO LATE tives In Clyo, Ga. Ferry who will visit his brotherin family of Jacksonville,
I vH" Ir. Decorate YourChristmas Federal N. C. Mr. Bessie
00---- Jo-anne Green, of Brooker, ChIlds and (
'" How The Poinsettia GoitsDid Name .r TO CLASSIFY spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Lettis Parker of Jackson Pege, Roddy, and LIMa child, ,
1- Tree Charles Parker of spending two weeks s
Miss Mabel Greene ville and with
By Kay In Lakeland relath'
with Mr.
Horne student at Starke spent Sunday
Miss Betty ,
you know how the poinsettia got with Pop Corn! By Russell Kay F3U, Tallahassee, arrived home I and Mrs J. C. Wynn.. Christmas Services Were he balI

Its name? It was Joes R. Poinsett, a NOTE: Each Holiday Season I last week to spend her Christmas I Mrs Carl Rhoden spent Thurs Sunday in the Christian Cbur

native of Charleston, S. C., who, while receive numerous requests for the vacation with her parents, Mr.I day In Jacksonville, where she At the close of the or
I ra and Mrs J. W Home visited her little son, Carl Wayne, morning 0
\ minister to Mexico In 182 -29, sent theII'I publication of "T>waM the Night ship, members presented
to this country from In Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rlef and at St. Vincent's Hospital. the P tai
; first of the plants > AFTER Christina written tor, Fred S. Dodd, with
I j Mexico City. It was a great service he 1938, so I am letting It serve as family, recent guests of the B. L.Hlnsona. Miss Martha Home spending' some, gold Waltham a hw r
{ did, and he probably never knew how my column for this week.-Runiwll, left Friday for Tampa, this week in Starke at the home Watch (
II'I! easily the lovely flower "went native"In Kay. where they will make their future of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- chain. He expressed deep al 1-

: home. dale. sincere appreciation for this ,
Florida. 'Twas the night after Christmas, Owen Simmons and aunt, Mrs.K. Mrs J. F. Johnson and her sister glf dlC

and boy ;what a house!II B. Watterson. left Sunday for Mrs Alice Fancher .of Or- We now have on a hand a ft
felt like the devil, and so did Norfolk Chase City and South line of office supplies > \,
and tree laden with gifts for the the Spouse. Hill, Va., where they will visit lando, who is her house guest, pencils, Ink paper, type wrlt.pea, 1ItCt,

+ Sunday School. 1 The eggnog and turkey and candy relatives through the holidays. will spend Christmas with their ribbon", etc Bradford Conn "

Lawtey Christmas eve the program at were swell. They were accompanied by J. F. brother, DeWitt Prevatt and Telegraph,
the Methodist Church will be followed But ten hours later, they sure
By L H. FutchCHRISTMAS by the arrival of Santa to gave me hell.,

t deliver the gifts to the children. P'I
PROGRAMS Other churches In the community e The stockings weren't hung by the DO YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPINGAT

: School closed last Friday for are having trees and pro- r e chimney with care. \
the Christmas vacation. On Friday grams during the week. The darn things were sprawledon
There are several very pretty the back of a chair, \SHARE IN A
1 morning the student body Only pop corn, a little cotton, _
The children nestled all
this were snugIn 4Ps\
presented a Christmas program. home trees In Lawtey year and some artificial snow were
Y Each grade had a part on the We made a little survey and used to decorate this beautifully their bed
found trees at Mrs. F. R. Carradlne's. But I had a large cake of Ice on FEASTOF
program, beginning with the first different Christmas tree. And Sne
: grade and through the ninth The Mrs.Bffie Miner's, Mrs the best part about it Is that the my head. I

\\ only decorations were a tree In O. W. Roberta, Mrs. Will Edwards' kiddies can help, too. And when I finally dozed off In FOODVALUES k'y T
Mrs. John Shuford', Mrs
P the auditorium that was decorated ,
; Is a ,
A. E. and Mrs. L. KFutch'a Stringing pop corn great nap
,, by the ninth grade girls. those that winter-evening fun for the young The Ice worke me up when it fell d

After the program the pupils have home are trees.among folks and for variety It Is suggested In my lap. ref
I went to their rooms and were << that you alternate pop Then for some unknown reason
served ice cream by the PTA Mrs. L. H. Futch entertainedthe corn and colorful gumdrops on I wanted a drink. Regular Low'Prices

There were several parents present young people of the Metho- your strings. And candy canes, So, I started in feeling my way to
to enjoy the program.,. dist Church last Monday evening It you wish, and lay large pop the sink.I Prevail
'I' This week the churches are with a Christmas party. After corn balls, covered with sparkling -
presenting their Christmas 'pro- they had met at the church for got along fine 'till I stepped on
I snow, about the base of the
,. grams. On Tuesday night' the choir practice.. the cat,
\I'; Baptist Church has a program Bobby Whitehead Is spendingthe tree.Pop I don't recall Just what occurred. I JANE PARKER
.. corn strings with sprigs IN
' I .. Christmas Holidays here with after that. OUR MARKET
Ma parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil of evergreen'or sprays of holly, When I came to, the house was I
can also be used to decorate the all flooded with light,
Whitehead. Bobby graduated '
from Lawtey Junior High School mantle piece over the door ways, Altho under the table, I'm highas Fruit & Nut Filled Fresh Ground Hamburger, I Ib. 39cj

last year and la a student of the and on window sills. a kite.
Georgia Military Academy at Col- Popcorn Whirligig Center Cut Pork Chops, lb. 63c
lege Park, Ga., this year. Another good use for popcorn While visions of sugar plums
I Miss Marguerite Wainwright a during the holidays Is providedby danced in my head FRUIT End Cut Pork Chops, lb. 43c]
, We v.ish you a student of FSU Is spending the the following recipe for Pop- I somehow got up and then back

.1 Christmas vacation with her parents corn Whirligigs. These would be Into bed, Fresh Pork Roast, lb. . 45c]
pretty the tree If In Then what to my wondering mind
Mr. and Mrs T. I* Wain- on wrapped
wright. cellophane or might be used as should appear CAKE Dressed & Drawn
Fryers Ib. 62cl
But a and eight ,
miniature sleigh j
JOYFULQHRISTMAS Mrs. Wesley Arwood and little place markers at the holiday din- '
Wesley III are spending the holi- I nero The young people in the tiny reindeer Picnic Hams 4-6 Ib. Ib. 49c
days with Mrs. Arwood'a parents, 'anally would have a grand time The sleigh seemed to change to average,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter. Mr making them. I a red fire truck 5 l Ib. 3.65
Fresh Pork Liver Ib 35c
1 dark corn -
Arwood has been transferred cup syrup And each reindeer turned into a

, from. Green Cove Springs to Key 2 tablespoons vinegar bleary-eyed buck.I j l-Ib. Cake 3-lb. Cake
a seasonoverflowing West. Mrs. Arwood will Join him 1-2 cup molasses knew in a moment it must be Meaty Neck Bones, Ib. 23c
later. 1-4 teaspoon salt old Nick j 75c 2.23

with Mrs. Pearl Blount of Fort Myers 1-4 cup margarine And( I tried to cry out but my Smoked Bacon, Ib. .J 65cHOG
and Is the' guest! of her sister, Mrs. 12 cups popped corn tongue was too thick.
y happiness L. H. Hill, this week. 8 peppermint candy canes

i contentment.Compliments. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rothel Mix the corn syrup, vinegar Then the old devil whistled and JOWL
and little son, Eugene of Hebron, molasses and salt and cook to shouted with glee
1.1") are visiting Mrs. Rothel's 240 degrees F ((01' when small While the bucks pawed the earth 4 r and
parents, Mr. and, Mrs Will Edwards quantity dropped in cold water and looked daggers at me. 000 .%-s. /i'
, \' of, the Seasonto forma a hard ball). Add margarine Then be called them by name ..Black.EyedPEAS

> Jim Moore Edwards of,Atlantawas .; ; pour 'over the popped and the names made me shudder -
everyone. -
: the gueat of his parents, Mr. corn. Grease your hands and ,
I s and Mrs: Will Edwards ,last week. orm corn mixture into balls around When I heard, them I felt like a ,"
' Billy Edwards' of Orange Park the "shank" of each peppermint ship minus rudder.- For
I', 'C.... i
was visiting friends .In Lawteylast stick. ,,This 'will make 8
! : Sunday Billy attended Junior whirligigs that' .are perky and Now Eggnog. .Bacardi, Four NEW YEAR'S I

'I' t High School in Lawtey and Is something. special., Roses and Brandy
I I Now Fruit Cake, Cold Turkey, T
TYUSJDry now a student of Clemson Col- DAY
. . . Gin Rickey and Candy.To .
the tip of his dome, to the -C rrsrrsrresrrrtrs
,Goods T. J. Dukea'ot Lake Butler was '

ttl 1 ...... ... ...-----eo visiting In Lawtey last week. I Graham top of his skull, A & P BETTY CROCKER
Now whack away, crack away
t By Mrs. John McKinney with thumps.that! are dull. Sliced Pineapple IONA No. 2 1-2 Breakfast Trays 31cjcitisro

No. 2i/i Can '35c
Then in a twinkling I felt on my PEACHES29c
EARN While You LEARN to FLY Friends of Al Griffith will be roof Golden Isle 14 1-3 Oz.
A &! PCrushed '
glad to know that he Is back and of each
The prancing pawing
Field Peas 2 for 27c!
home again after being confined cloven hoof. -

,On The G. I. BILL 'of RIGHTSWe to weeks: St, Vincent's where he Hospital underwent for two a How long this went on I'm sure Pineapple' Uncle Ben I

serious We all I can't nay )No. 2 Can 29c
operation. are
But it seemed like eternity, plus I
glad; he is Improving nicely at a long day. NORTHERN RICE, 1 Ib.' 18c]
this writing and wish him a A & P
speedy But finally the night after Christmas I
are ,now Approved for the following IiiS 12 Oz. Can
Mrs\ Maggie Norman and( granddaughter had passed Chunk Pineapple
1 I
S Basic Ground and Advanced Joann, were visiting In And I found I really could think 8e. Niblet Corn 19c]
Jacksonville last weekend. at last. No. Can
good 22 35c! i
Flying Also Private, Commercial ... Robert Norman of Jacksonville So I thought of the New Year, a
and F l II i fir h t Instructor ___ and Bobble and Buddy Norman few days away Sultana IONA No. 2 Can

Courses. Approval No. 5650. .:-.:_'::":::-: ot Gainesville were visiting in And I've made me a vow that no Broken PEAS, 2 for 25c

this section Sunday., tempter can sway. Sliced
Pineapple FLOURg
Class Mrs. Edward Norman and son,
Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. Herbert, were 'vl ltlng M. L. I'm sticking to water, don't event > Campbell's
Nights 7:30 P. M. Johns and family ,at New River want Ice' kNo. 2t Can 33c 5 Ibs. 43c Tomato Soup lie!
Friday night. For there'snothlng as tasty'and +-- -

Those who were visiting Joann nothing as nice. '
CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE Norman Saturday were her The night after New, Years may I

PHONE 147 OR 3% mother, Mrs. F. Bowers her uncle 'I' bother some guys
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Al Tucker But I've learned my lesson, and Black Walnut fruis I

CONWAY AIRPARK ot Jacksonville, and another uncle Brother I'm wise. 'ta
1 o ables I
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin COOKIES
You can have your victuals, and aa ,
Dowers of Ohio 'r ups
m_ _n__ liquor that's red 10 oz. 21c pN'y4S aid I
But what goes to my stomach O
won't go to my mead.

So a big,Happy New Year,to you .
Soft Weave Toilet
and to all, t

I'm' back on the wagon and I (Tissue, 2 for 23c ,j'ill .
I don't fall.

A . 123 ft. Kitchen Charm

[Wax Paper' 2Sc Red Delicious GREEN DEANS

MIRRY HamptonBy APPLES, 2 Ibs. 29c 2 Ibs. 29c


TO BKOIX, [Beans, 2 for 2 Ibs. 31c 2 ILs. Me:

Revival meetings will begin on
Sunday Dec. 28. with AI Troes-
: I
ter Evangelist In charge of the | Juice 18c lb. 29c head _
services. These meetings will be
sponsored by? the Hampton Youth FLORIDA ORANGES CUCUMBERS I
for Christ Movement and will be Ann FageMayonnaise
8 lb.
bag: 29cGRAPEFRIJIT 2 II);}. 25c
held each evening for two
dIC in the First Christian Church. ,
) 1 pt. 45c Celery Golden Heart
Mis. M. L. VVatterson enter- 10 lb. base S3c 2 for 27c
tained Urn Woman's Missionary '
f rJk Society on Thursday of last weekat Ann Page Ketchup D'ANJOU PEARS TOMATOES
her home here. After the Devotional -
r1 an exchange of Christmas 14 oz. 23c 2 Ibs. 23c 1 lb. Carton 29c

1 l gifts was made. Refreshments -

of fruit salad cakes coffee Bright Sail SWEET POTATOES Kiln Dried, lb. lOc\
and candles were served the

guests. ..' Laundry Bleach

).(ra. Olen V. Hicks: of Falatka,
I ..PeJl..t week with her sister. ..1 qt I3c A&P FOOD STORE

iq.-I"w.If1I, W.II'W," $klse ... _
family. Dab-O 14,oz. 12c STARKE
Mrs. Ida Maxwell la spendingthe ,
Christmas Holiday wit rela

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,,peccmbes 26, 1941

------ -- tiff seeks dlvorc Bradford County Aa Clerk of said Courtly
I Christmas MassesAt. Pentecostal Holiness Telegraph shall Order Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
*r 1a next four .&rI'I.: : X.uch II. Douglas, aalnosvllle, Fla.
CHRISTMAS Witness my hand. and official Ally .for I>lf. U-5 4t 11-ZI
News St. Edward'sA Church OrganizedThe seal at Stark. Florida, this December r
Church "FIRSTS"The II, 194.
Communion breakfast and Starke Pentecostal Holiness (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. 3. Thomas. IN CIRCUIT' COMET BRADFORD
A. Clerk of sold Court. rnimiY.' FLOHIDAI IN CHAM'
Sunday School Party was held in Church was organized Sunday, fly Lucille C. Conjier. D. C. CKHY.Alfred .
e Dec. 14. In the church building: J. C. Durranco Law L. Back, Plaintiff V.. Edith '
.I binge Necessary St. Edwards parish' hall Immedi- Poem Philadelphia toy manufacturer Jacksonville. Florida.Atty Christian Deck also known as Dlina -
by> Rev. L. J. Oliver. Assistant for Pit EXOh..Dld.1 Moon Defendant. Caw No.
the 10 o'clock Mass pushed and popularized it many
Evangelists ately after Conference Superintendent "Twas the Night Before Christmas else '

for Hampton Revival last Sunday. All the children in After asking the purpose of the was first published in a year ago. I""v .R'I'IT MTV. FLORIDA(Coins' IIIIAI IN: CHAN.IKIIV. >,FOIIICOD .> AND :NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE

meeting, a Scripture lesson was N. Y.) Sentinel OF FLORIDA tot Edith
Sunday School received prizes for newspaper, the Troy ( Christian Beck also known as Diana -
geV Fred Dodd pastor of the their efforts during the past term. read Acts 6:1-8: by the Chair- in 1823. Dr. Clement C. The TinselThe va.ninOy J. Virgil Gertrude Haven flagon, Defendant., Plaintiff Case Moon whose residence la un-

Christian Church an- Midnight Mass will be celebrated man. Rev. L. J. Price led in Moore had Composed it the tinsel we drape over our No. (IT*. known.You art required appear osJanuary

ipton there has been a prayer> then the Chairman read Christmas before just to amuse Christina trees was first produced OHDER AND NOTICE OF PtTBL.K'ATION TO APPEAR R, 1048, In ho.b named
ees that as usual on Christmas night. The the Basis of Union and General !Ma children. by a London engineer named STATE OF FLORIDA to: J. Vlralllasren. Court seeks and divorce.cause wherein Bradford plaintiff County

ge In evangelists who willduct choir will singthe "Mlssa de Na- Rules of the Church, and called ... Henry Harris 1n 1879. It was an ., Brunawlck whone rvaltlonce, OeorglaVYou let..,401 Ey.Str..t. Telegraph shall publish. this Order

: the revival scheduled at tlvltate Domini" by James ,A. for those who desired to become The Carol accidental discovery. While work- are required to appear on In neat four hand weekly and leiuoe.Wltnees official. seal

L church starting Dec. 28 and Kornan, with Mrs. William Helnta charter members to come forward. Ing In a silk mill he noticed January Court IS.and 1848 cause, In the wherein above plain-named it 8tark,my Florida this December
at the organ. Members of the The following came: Rev. L. J. Ilent Night perhaps our tiff necks annulment ITadford I, 1941.
through Jan. 11. metal shavings clinging to a OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas
liming carol [
n choir are Mrs. Harvey Van Vleet Price. W. P. Jones Mrs. W. P. most popular Christmas strand of silk. Bounty Telegraph halt publish. thisOrder As Clerk of said Court.
E. Boren who was first on Christmas Eve, In net four weekly laaueii Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
Charles Mrs James Jordan Mrs. Thomas Mrs. was sung i By
Jones Mrs. Ida Chlconl, WtlneMM mv hand and official aeal Gainesville. Fin.
Zech II. Douglas
t ijinally scheduled to conduct Conner, Miss Nancy Helntr, Mrs Millie HlgKlnbotham Rev. L. J. 1818, in Oberndorf, Austria. It at !CtA..ke.. Florida, this December Atty. for Pit. 1S-5 4t ll-a
10, U47.OF1I'ICIAL
meetings will be unable to Thomas Grady, Miss Mary Heintz. Oliver. Mrs. Margaret Dlcandlo, was written by a clergyman nam- The SealThe ( SEAL) A. J.: Thomas, -

. of Illness, and the Another Mass will be celebratedat Thelma and Selma Dicandlo, ed Josef Mohr, who penned the Christmas seal was the As Clerk of said Court. IN rtnrviT COURT/ nnAnroni.
because IN: CHAN; .( *
!oe in few minutes. His 1y Lucille C D C, COUNTY FLORIDA
Evangelistic Foundation ts St. Edward's Church on Christ making a total of nine. lyrics a idea of a Danish postal clerk named Carlton A r :'nn.ert.n Exchange CKIIY. .
jler mas morning at 10 o'clockand It was stated that the membership organist set the work to music Elnar Holboell In 1903. The :*nlld., Jacksonville, Florhla. John Kneslch Plaintiff vs. Antonia
riding Rev. Al Troester to within the hour and it was sung Atty. for Plf. II-11ft 1-1 Knezlch, Defendant Case No '16ft.ORDRIl .
O'Dowd will also offer
roll would be kept open until Inspiration came to him while OF PUF-LICATION
his place. Mass at 7:30: a. m. at Raiford through the first Sunday in Jan- in the church that same evening. sorting Christmas mall and the IN CIRCUIT COURT nnAnrnnn. AND NOTICE TO Rtdr..
Relt. Troester:,. Is from New I State Prison In pointing out the uary for those who may desireto Danish Government adopted the CKRYNettlo Antonia Knestch who. residenceand

wick, Canada and Is an ac- special significance of these become charter members.The The Card plan the next year. ,Biillnrd Defeniant.; Plaintiff Caee, No vs.: 6185 HoyBullard LoiilnJ addreee(Island I.LoalnJ: IJv.tI) Istrla Jakov, Tu Otok.o-

musician. He conducts Masses, Father O'Dowd reminded following officers were I The British Museum has a copy ORDER OF PUBLICATION slavla.'
anpllBned his congregation last Sunday that AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required' to appear on Jan-
meetings with the younger elected: W P. Jones Deacon'; of the first Christmas card,etch-' The AddressThe STATE! OF. FLORIDA tot Roy nary 1, IMS, In the above named
the word "Christmas" means the Mrs HlgglnboUiam Deaconess; ed artist over a Dullard, whose residence Is un- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
by an English
pie i, as welt as the older ones. Mass of ChrA't.ConfessloDl Dutch of New Amsterdamare known. Keeks divorce. Bradford County
Mrs. W. P. Jones Secretary 'and century ago. credited with the first You are required to appear on Telegraph shall publish this Order''
This revival Is' being sponsored will be heard on Treasurer Mn. Chlconl Pianist; January 6. 19 fl. In the above named In next four weekly Issues. ,-
to give Santa Claus his North Court and cause wherein plaintiff Witness. my hand and official
tile Hampton Youtn for Christ Wednesday afternoon from 5 to 6 Rev. Oliver S. E. Franklin and Stocki1ge also : seek divorce. Bradford County seal at stark. Florida, this December -
d meetings will be held each and 7 to''9. Morning Mass on Mr. Jones Trustees. The Pole residence. They were Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I 1941.OFl"i"UI..
. I the first to put red on Santa'a next four weekly issues ( SEAL A.. J. Thomas
anlng at,7:30 o'clock. Weekday mornings la at 830.: Rev. Price was asked by the The commercial toy-stuffed I Witness my hand and official As Clerk of said Court
his costume.
t church to serve' as pastor, and Christmas stocking was the brain nose and on seal at Blarke Florida this Decem By Lucille: C. Conner D. C. .
This -W. E. Farbsteln. her S, 1947.Official T. Frank Landrum, Fla.Atty.
was assigned for the remainderof child of George E. Mousley. ( Seal A. J. Thomas, for Plf. 11-11 U 13-H
. WHY NOT ENJOY THE BEST? the Conference year by the .,

."" ..M r Assistant. Bro.Conference Jones was ordained Superintendent. as-I PAGES FROM OUR PASTdose Phono $2a3

1181'8t. PEE SERyICE i
deacon by Bros.. Oliver and Price.

The meeting was dismissed with ro6Iow tae gross Mrq. hIartmanitj

I Davis astonishes Invalid .. .
Complied By'Buddy the giving -
sum of aomiD OAJ UKVICI prayer. u fy..; ,. CAt :. immediate relief"

65 YPAJBS: AGO Personals

FOR COOKING BEATING KEfKtti' ; [ON Tabernacle. (From the D.o. 2, 1892, Issue of ":.fIU B. Cady of Jacksonville, Plate Lunches Regular Dinners ;

The Bradford County Telegraph).
FOR SERVICE CALL Again the bells of Christmas spent Thanksgiving at the homeof Short Orders

have rung over all the.world and It looks as If Starke Is to havea her brother, Q. C. Cady.

E. T. SHULL PLUMBING & HEATING spiritual blessings have been ours new railroad. Editor I. C. Webbis "Judge R. A. Green spent Sandwiches Soft: Drink?

LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 because of memories of the Christ rather excited over the pros- Wednesday in Ocala attending the r

Child. The Christmas program at pects: Marlon County fair and shaking

CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & APPLIANCE CO. the Tabernacle as arranged by "The Starko and High Springs hands with friends. QUICK SKHVICK

PHONE 3732 TRENTON FLA. Edna Noegel was well renderedby railroad Is a certainty. Work is "MUM Amelia Ray has been ill t CLEAN ATMOSPHERE.

the children and young people. being pushed in every department. with dengue fever" this week.

Congregational singing of the loved Our people are feeling better A final point "To flatter a

carols the Bible story of the spirited. The railroad is a cer- superior person don't." A&A LUNCHEONETTENEXT

Nativity together with solos tainty. DOOR TQ PARK THEATRE

R. B. Alvarez & Son readings Interesting duets program, etc.,, made after a which most In the meanwhile oranges are Come to the Bradford County Hobby Odom Dub Rhodea

going to market "quite rapidly, Telegraph for your office Sup-
distribution of gifts to pupils of
and are bringing a very good --
the Bible School was made and plies. Rubber bands pencils, carbon ;

Transfer & Storage Co. each member of the congregation price.humming" The along cotton but gins cotton are still Is paper legal form,, eta We

was remembered at the door witha nearly in for the season.L. have m large supply Expert UPHOLSTERING

small token. IN: ('Hid'IT fOI'1IT.rniiNrv 111..0110.
Wall has thrown his hat
9105 The group la to be favored a- D. '' FLU I""". IN CHAN
and in the ring as candidate for city (KHY. SLIP COVI71SVENETIAN:
Moving, gain Sunday night with a return election !Mary Helen ColllnM, Plaintiff, v.Oerben .. BLINDSMATTRESSES
visit of Dr. George F. Tibbltts tax assessor In the coming -, OdeJl Collins, Defendant

We Operate Local and Long Distance of Park-of-the-Palms.and his talented and 'I'C. L. Peek likes the Case NO. em.ORDER New on Renovated
well that he's !: OF PUBLICATIONAND
Anywhere In The State of helpers. He will have job as mayor so NOTICE TO APPHAIt CANVASS AWNINGS -
charge of the service and bring : running for re-election. N. D. STATE OF. FLORIDA to 8O --ht. Complete or Recover
Florida. Wainwright has his eye on the O. Collins. 3H.141H5U, whoa re.ld..noo .
another In a series of messages and address l I. -Troop let
Us A Card And We Will
position of town treasurer. Constabulary Hijcl A.P.O.' 403 CareP. Drop
Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City on the Holy Sprit. M New York, N. Y. '
Limit Be Glad To Give You An EstimateMcGRIFFBROS.
.. ,
.. Tho.coming of th e'Dean of .At- O. W. Young sayehe' a good You ore required' to appear on

... I lanta Bible Institute, Dr' Roger "general blacksmith" and J. W. January 9, 1946'in-the. above named
Court and calm wherein plain
D. Congdon, and bride of Atlanta Alvarez and Co. have "fine horses tiff I 'seeks divorce I and care custody I
I Ga., on January 3 ;'for a and carriages. The Morgan Bros. and control of minor chill 1. Bradford GAINESVILLECORNER

short visit Is an event looked cater to the musical aide of life County Order In Telegraph next four" shall weekly publtahthis Ica SOUTH OAK AND EAST McCORMICKP.

Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM forward to with interest. All and offer for 'sale "violins, ban sues.Witness O.'1IOX 540 PHONE 1031, ,.
'my hand and official seal
through January special services joes and guitars"City at Htarke: Florida this December I
Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One will be held from time to time. News: 4, 194T. '" ...___ .q _no ._ u"- .__ _
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs .
Watch for Important announce "Mrs. W. E. Duncan returned Clerk of said' Court.

ments and don't miss these won- Wednesday from a visit to rela- rhas By Lucille. K Hoe C. Conner 204-011 Realty D c. Build- ...

ONE TO THREE YEARSTO derful opportunities of hearing tives In Middle Florida. Ins, Jacksonville, Florida.
prophetic messages enabling us!' "Messrs. M. L. Johns 'S. M. Atty. for Pit. 11-11 4t 1-1 THE FACT IS BV GENERAL ELECTRIC

to better understand the crucial Smith and Tom Hemingway who IM: l.tltIT.T rntniT. nnAnronnCOUNTY. .
times in which we are living.
have been absent two weeks on a ('Kitr.Tnaeph .
returned last Sun- Topka. Plaintiff, v*. Bertha
hunting trip,
Topku. Defendant rune No 91811.
Presbyterian ,Church ORDER OF PUBLICATION
day."Men are coming to Starke AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE\ AVENUE John Warren Kaufman, Minister work from on all the parts new of railroad.the state" to addreaa Bortha TyktlI whose 80th residence lid, AitorlaLoner and,

Morning worship and sermon at island New York

Shull Plumbing & Heating 11 a. m. The old year has nearly Among the Webster's national International advertisements January You are 5, 1948 required, In the to ar. :.named on

died. In the little time that Is are Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 'J va.
concoction to make .k Bradford
Dictionary, a eot divorce County
let each of to do r
left us hurry
Telegraph, shall publlnh this OrderIn
childbirth and this little
STARKE, 'FLA. some good deed to cheer some easy next four w..klyI.ue...
"What Is the use to liveIf offlcla
gem my hand and
troubled soul, and bless our own ..a'rl nt.
alwayi sick? Our blood Starke, Florida, this December
souls In the joy of service. Let you S, 1947.OFFICIAL r
purifier will cleanse your blood!I" ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas.
us carefully review our thoughtsand A. Clark of said Court.
The Old-Fashioned deeds of 1947 then look for' 2ft YEARS'! AOO By Lucille C. Conner D. C. ./4'(: .>:. *<
e God to (From the Dec. 1. 1922 issue of T. Frank Landrum. Btarke, Fla. ",MY, .:A.. .. '"
ward to 1948, asking ,
Atty. for Plf. 13-6 4t 11-11 / w'"
Revival Hour all people ,to make the New Year The The Bradford Woman County' Club Telegraph Is planninga ). IN" rinritrr COURT nRtnronnCOUNTY. /. ,ri:..:.:,_ ..... .
one better than any before. FLWniMAl. IN CHAfc.CKHY. ; \ ."....-)0\1'1'."''oiiIr
PRESENTS Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. Bazaar for the. eighth of this ." .w
month to acquire Clarence Johnson; Plaintiff vs. ..
the of Cod's purpose FUNGUS FARM
Join us In study Olive Mary Johnson, L.i.ndant ....
EVANGELIST word. funds. It's all under the direc- Ca. No (111ORDER .

Westminster Fellowship_at 8:30: tion of Mrs. L .A. Davis. finance AND NOTICE OF !PITPLICATIOV TO APPBAH: SEEKING NEW CHEMICALS THAT WILL MAKE
AL TROESTER Interesting will chairman and her committee com- STATE OF FLORIDA to Olive
p. m. posed of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs Mary Johneon, whoa residence and VARNISHES AND LACQUERS RESIST DAMAGING -\.
"sHAMPTON be presented by Marian McRae address )I.: 10* Marlon Street St.
Sponsored By > and host for the evening will ,be W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. E. E. Can- Loiila, MI..ourl. 'FUNGUS GROWTHS ON ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT G-G
and :Mrs. O. M. Inman. You are required to appear on
B. C. HolUendorf. ova '' January 6, 194S, In the above name SCieNTISTS NOW HAVE THEIR/ OWN FUNGUS FAR/A
The Presbyterian Church'' ex- .. Miss Lula Wilson entertainedher ed Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff
school class Satur- eke divorce Bradford County I THeY CAN STOW FUNGUS GROWTHS?
Sunday WHERE
YOUTH For'CHRIST tends sincere good wishes to all this Order
for blessed and truly Christian day, to a.day of games, drinkingcane ;r.I-P'.u: : weekly ::: ...
a and toasting marsh- W It..... my hand and official -
New Year seal at Btarke, Florida, this Do. I'
HAMPTON mallows. Some of those presentwere camber S, 1147.OFFICIAL SAVE YOURSELF :: ,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lucile Johns, Louise Hayes, ( HEAL) A. J. ThomasA. \
Clerk of said Court
ChurchStudent *
Methodist Vivian Kite. Mildred Silcox and By I.uolll C. 'Conner D. C.' =
7:30 P. M. I Recogiitlon Day will Inca Tomklns, Bprlns Rivers .*V. Anderson Qreen COy.orlit. 240 HOURS t(

Col. E. K. Perryman and.Col.! Atty / 11-4 4t 11-11
Dec. 28 Jan. 11 'A be observed at the' First Methodist HATS HOW MANY HOURS .
w' D. E. Knight, two local attorneys #
Church on Sunday. Dec. 28. at the are now sharing the same IN CIRCUIT. roi'RT. an unmanroi PER YEAR THE AVERAGE .J' : t
!! 11 o'clock hour. All college students MTY. FLOIIIUAl IN CHANCKM : -
suite of law offices, and the Willie : w. FARM FAMILY SPENDS l'il
Invited to attend and
are Frank Plssollo. Plaintiff va Ana-el. 'T
:Jones Post of the American
REASONABLE will be presented to the congre Legion will have a smoker Friday 1110 Ina Plssollo Defendant. Ca.) No. PUMPING AND CARRYING '?

attended with the finest of gation. The topic of the sermon Invited. ORDER OF PUBLICATION! ITS
All vets
charges Balanced Life" evening. are AND NOTICE TO APPEAR WATER. A JOB R3REFFICIENT I I
sincere Strvina bring to ws the friendship will be "A as ''J.: 8. Butch, superintendent of STATE) OF KI.OIUDA to: Angelina h' try"
announced the Rev. W. 11 ECONOMICAL ;
who rveldenc
, by pastor. Plaaollo .1
of the great' communities; which the Florida State Farm adv..rtlses Unknown.You .
we :J. Churchwell. The choir will that their cold storage plant are required to appear on ELECTRIC PUMPS COSTS
serve. render special music. January1.. 1941. In the above named "'
service the Is open and will handle meats Court and oaua. wh.r.ln plain- ABOUT 2sr PER D4M' -....
For the evening pas' As to Tutts' Pills "Tn first
0DEWITT$- tor will use as his subject. "An

Irresistible Majority." Special' Christian Church Relief At LastForYourCough '

C. JONES music will be sung by the male Rev. J. M. Olson FUSE STORX..THE SIMPLE
and the Junior Choir:: ,
Everyone Is Invited. Sunday School-10 a. ra.

AMBULANCE SERVICE Wednesday evening* Dec. 31! Morning Worship-11 a. m. GENERAL ELECTRIC MUST MEET

there will be a Watch Night Service Evening Service-7:30 p. m.
Funeral Director Creormilslon relieves promptly because TESTS UP TO A HUNDRED TIMES
In charge of the Young Adult I Prayer Meeting Wednesday It goes right to the seat of the

Our local funeral home enables us to Division of the church. The time 7:30: p. m. trouble) to help loosen and expel AS SEVERE AS ARE EVER

offer conveniences and services not and program will be announcedlater. to germ soothe laden and phlegm heal raw and tender aid nature In- MET IN USE. WITH SUCH CARe

otherwise available: PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS flamed bronchial mucous mem-
CHURCH branes.Tell your druggist. to sell you GENERAL ELECTRIC JEALOUSLY

10th St. and Temple Ave. a bottle of Creomulalon with the un-
w. furnish the hlghesi type service at the lowest price ar| St. EpiscopalSunday Sunday School '::43 a. m.; MornIng lerstandlnn: you must like the way it GUARDS

accept ANT me lasurmace policy In farce issued'by ANY con 10:00 a. m. Church Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic quickly(o have allays your money the cough back.CREOMULSION or. you are

Poy. as payment In part or In full on a funeral Consultation Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone
School; 11 a. m. Holy Commune GENERAL.ELECTRI
earTiea welcome.
BO obligation
ion and sermon.
for Couzh. Chest Colds Bronchitis
--Rev. L. :J. Price Pastor ,
-- Rev. S. W. Creasey.,

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. . BHS Basketeers .M Importance Of Work Coleman Phillips DADDY, TOMMY AND ME who Christmas over and the new Pvt. Maxwell
year on its way return to old Wear
Brooker Win 2 Out Of 3 Financed By Seals Given Promotion Just one short year ago to-day way t>i selfishness and no great "Boot And Winger

Around our Christmas tree .for of our fellows
Waldo concern many
fly Mrs I'aul StewartCf11HSTM.iS Against Stressed By ChairmanMrs. Announcement of the promotionof In our peaceful little home It would be wonderful if most Pvt Bruce S. :MaxewlI

Bradford High's basketball :/. R. Wainwright, chairman Cpl. William Coleman Phillips Daddy, Tommy nd me. of us retained the Christmas Mr and Mrs, W. U. MallWel NOI1

PROGRAM teams celebrated two victories out of the Bradford County to the grade of Sergeant was It was Tommy's :very first Christ. spirit throughout the new year. Hampton. now wears the w8'
made recently by If we did we could solve many of and Wings" Of
The Itrooker Baptist Church of three games played against Tuberculosis Association, 'stated mas tree
presented Its Christmas programand Waldo last Friday night, but tile yesterday that approximately stn the C o mmand- And our hearts were filled with our problems, be happier, and the U. S. Airborne \.,

tree Sunday night, December girls' team suffered a crushing defeat one-third of the seals mailed out I n g Officer o f Joy help to maintain America's great- Troops. He

21. A large crowd attended the Saturday night when they have been heard from to date, r the United States As he reached his chubby little ness as a friendly liberty-loving has completed< 6 ;,
services. played the crack Baxley. Ga. bringing total receipts through Army Air Base hands and progressive people. weeks of trainIng -

Mrs. Fred Ross of Starke painted girls team, last year's Georgia Saturday to $333.70 slightly less located \11n Weis- To grasp'each little toy. Helpfulness. kindness, and toleration at' the Infantry ;
a large picture for our church state champions.In than last year's total at this time. Germany. were important traits in School at
and she was present at our pro- the first match Friday night. Mrs, Walnwright stated that Sgt. Phillips is We were so happy and, contentIn the character of the early Amer- Ft. Benning, Ga. 'II .

gram. Tho picture Is a beautiful the Waldo B. Squad beat 'Brad- 700 envelopes containing seals the son of Mayor our love nest-just us three cans who laid the, foundations for during .which he :;.

/, piece of art and we wish to thank lord's D 'Squad 1110. But the were mailed out and 250)() replies and Mrs. O.of With peace and love sent from this nation, and whose same traits made ft parachute -''*r, ,.j

her for painting It gills' made a come-back for have been received to' date. She J. Phillips above have been bulwarks of strength Jumps the :.: I"""
Starke in the next game on tap expressed hope that everyone who N Lawtey and<< en- To Daddy Tommy and me. for' many who have come along last* being' a tactical night
ju j i
Is tered the
Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Jacksonville with Friday night.' and won over the received seals or bonds will send tary service at And now 'tis Christmas time after them and who have made Modern war sconce has i bl
this week In Waldo girls 37-26. Alma Thomas In their remittances before Jan. again significant contributions to AmerIca' augmented with Airborne fk,
,i her son and dauKhter-ln-law, Mr. was high on points scored for 10. Camp B I ending, to Heaven development! and eminence Ing methods as dcvcioDwi
But Daddy's
Plnholster.'' {Nov., J17. 1945.< : ;; gone
+ and Mrs. Guy Wilson Oreen and BHS with a total of 18. ''The annual sale of Christmas Following c o m- Eternal life where comes no pain In the disturbed .conditions: existing World War II, and the Amer
Mr. and Mrs
Plnholster werIIhopplng'ln The final victory Friday nigh seals means dollars as an investment of Ms basic training at Our Lord to him has given I today perhaps some of us Airborne Trooper has been
MUM Lubedla aft, drew a score of ,32 by the StarkeA : In public health" the chair pletlon Greensboro N. have failed to be as friendly and ognized throughout the w,>
Starke' Saturday Miss. and
' ,' team and 21 by Waldo. Spike man stated. "T. B. Is an ominous C.Biloxi he alerted for overseas Old Santa Claus will come again II helpful to our fellows as we both for his technical ability
ernoon. Vance was high In points- for set of Initials It is an archenemy was of Ger- With lots and lots of toys should have been. The headlines action against the enemy.
in the occupied zone
Miss Madeline Green of Jack-I Starke with 12, and Frank Dryden : of mankind when ,.recog duty And Tommy bless! his heart, will dealing with domestic and foreign
In 1946.
the weekend with many September ,
. sonville spent was next with 9. nixed In Its deadly slow 'work, be conditions are not very encouraging
r her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave I As for the game with the Bax.1ley : taking a toll In lives,' that might Arriving In Germany he was The happiest of little boys.For at times, to be sure and one Tallahassee
Green. assigned to the 18th Branch Post permls"
girls Saturday night, Principal become pessimistic and
have been saved had the might
symp Office where he Is a clerk in one Tommy's sake we'll carryon., for the use of $50,000:' J
Breaden of for
Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. S. Partin said It was the "best toms been discovered and the cynical about the outlook for f
pa- officesIn Our grief and sorrow bear
;LaCrosse spent Sunday afternoon girls;team ever seen around here, tient treated. of the largest Army post peace and happiness and tend to Improvements $60,000 for Ich
And try to guide each little step
.with Mr and Mrs d. B. Cpleon. with Coach Carson Geiger' concurring the European Theatre. harden himself toward his fellows and detention buildings $83 i
"There are clinics established from snare
many Away
riI Miss Jeanette Greamer of Jack The Georgia girls held In the name, of tubercu Sgt. Phlllfps would be pleased every as a result. for an administration bulldl

sonville spent the weekend with r the .Georgia state championship losis. Numerous cIties' have been to receive cards and letters from Lord lead us on and be our guideTo But no' matter how unconcernedone and *30, OO for a tuberculii
her mother Mrs H. H. Howard. last year and are now on tour. the free his friends back home. His ad- Heaven and to Thee might be over his fellows at
giving public' x-ray ex ward for the
Miss Marie Edwards of Jacksonville They won over the Starke girls aminations. Other services are dress is: Sgt. William C. Phllllps- Where we'll forever. sing 1 Thy other times, he Just can't get prison hospital.

spent the weekend with I 104-13.: One of the Georgia girls, offered for'revee.Ung the disease 14086297.<< APO 633, 18th B.P.O., praise through the Christmas season The detention building wo]
Lottie Edwards.Mr. Johnson scored 62 points PM. New N. Y. be used to quarantine new prf
her mother Mrs Mary 'and defeating It. Such measures co York Daddy Tommy and me. ,without softening up-at least a
and Mrs., Wilson'Green were High scorer for Starke was Alma cost money" Mrs. Wainwright -Mrs. Lucy M. Drake. 'little bit. And as far as most oners for..:a 30-day period. I

visiting Mrs., Green's parents, Mr. Thomas with 6. continued. "Scientists must be NOTICE OF WORKINGAT people are concerned, Christmas The C Cabinet also approved

and Mrs. J. E. Hardy of Gainesville The next BHS game'' will be equipped< to fight it, patients need DYAL CEMETERY RURAL COMMONSENSE Ie a wonderful season of friendliness 1tanuirOul1a which the pr!.

rth : Saturday night. / played In Starke at 8 p. m.,Jan prolonged bed rest for cures, I "To' all people with relatives kUKtnes .fand good Will _' '. .would take .over 30,000 acres
Lowell Douglas of Stetson University 2, with Umatllla teams. Coach' special kinds nourishing foods Those are the things It take' ;
y Is home for the Christmas Geiger expects the, match to be a must be provided.' Christmas burled at Dyal Cemetery: I to: overcome troubles and gloom Camp Blandirig t for use as panti,]

E holidays. good one. and he recalls that the seals help defray expenses You are. requested to meet withus IT WOULD DE PINE IF Friendliness, kindness, and good lands:

Stanley' Crosby and DoOglas Umatllla coach J. C. Hobbs "We never know when' one"of on January 2 at Dyal Cemetery WE CARRIED CHRISTMAS w-'U!! not only maKS people feel
coached at BHS in 19f3-... SPIRIT INTO NEW YEAR
i! Haxen of the University of Florida "I that Hobbs will have us, or one of those we love mightbe to put up wire fence, clean better about things, but they lead

; are home for the holidays. a 'good expect squad," the Starke coach stricken," Mrs. Wainwright the grounds and fix: up the ceme- Most farm people and other to so many other good things for The OFFICE CAT I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and country. It would be
us our
4 I'I said, "but we ,will' give them a, said. "Tubercular cases, many of tery In nice shape. I have made Americans generally have a
and children of Starke were visiting them of their condition fine if we could make hat ChrIst-
crap." unaware contract for more land; let's getIt friendlier and more generous feel L SaystMt'
" 1 Mr. and Mrs .Eldon Hardy must be sought out :and given mas spirit last longer.New
With at least ten home
J! ." Monday afternoon.. t more immedIate treatment' and Individual clean. ing toward their fellowmen during -

Master Jennings McCauley of I games on tap playing against care in order* to protect society. "Hoping you'll all meet me at the Christmas season than at Improvements
; Palatka was visiting here Mon some excellent teams and with other time during the I
!: moderate charge'.of 23 cents, the Dyal Cemetery on January 2, any year. ,At' StatePrison
day afternoon. Ithe I
In the of the
spirit season they
. ( Coach hopes that a large' "Buying a sheet of Christmas I wish to thank each and every
Mr. and Mrs. Lisle
' '; shopping In Gainesville Monday.were turn-out will be evident. at all seals between now and January one of you in advance and wish attend religious services, extend Will Total $225,000L.
to each
friendly greetings other
,' I Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart 1 I I home games. 10 means ourselves a dollar,"and toward dollar protecting to a merry Christmas and happy present gifts and express_their F. Chapman, superintendentof
"We've a lot of basketball for a
t :' Mr .and Mrs. Paul Stewart and two bits," he said. ward curing one afflicted. Let New Year to all the people of Friendly attitudes toward each the State Prison at Raiford,

. Mrs. Annte Lewis were visiting I Ii l all of us in Bradford County helpto Bradford County". other in many ways. There are has been given authority to spend .
Mr. and Mrs E. T Parrish Sunday aalroa
some who continue to manifest $223,000 earned through pulp-
comfort through combat. -E. L. Crawford
J ; at Lake Butler. Job Information this Christmas) feeling for other wood sales on, Improvements at

Q May Be Obtained Chairman of Finance Committeeand .long after the end of the old year,I the Institution. Merry Christmas!

Mrs. Mary Dobbs Baptist ChurchThe Treasurer. but there are far too many of us The State Cabinet, In session In

", Here Each Thursday New '",...},' ,....".."."I"'m..II.'UI.'II."I""U1"'. '''' ''''.......,''"" ,, , ..._.._, ,. .
"i' Mrs. Mary Dobbs, 76, died at her Year's message byRev. /" I'"I'"I''I'"IIOI'"II''IWIIIIIII''IMIWIIII'WI'"I..IIW'.I""I' ''' '' '' / ''' / "" .i'"IINYII'InaDIauIIIIMae1WIqalI"WpnNIIINIuuuMIIIIWINaIIWAIWI" '' ''' ''' '' ''' > ,'""iuiiiiiiuiiiimiu''''' "uuiw,, "j"*_ ? >-

!j home In Ralford last Friday. She I. Persons seeking jobs counsel- : Lewis D. Haines, pastor of .

was a native of Baker County ing, or Information on, employ- the First Baptist Church of ,
where she resided for 45 years ment opportunities on an occupat -' tarke, will be "Follow Me", thelast

and lived In Union County for tlonal. Jndustrlal and area basis In the series of December .

two years. [should contact the Florida State Decisions from. Discourses of "" ", .

Funeral, services were held ate !Employment Service representa Jesus. ..
'1,1--.1-1: ; l, I4. 1 .
e .' 'clock' Sunday afternoon at. tive 'who Is In Starke at the At the 7:30 evening hour the ": :, I I., .
the graveside In Sapp Cemeterywith American Legion 'Home each pastor "will bring the. second In a ." ...,..... I. IV, <4 .... "*
the Rev. Willie Crews t: f.Delating. .''Thursday between, the hours of 'series of three messages from the "- %

( 9:30: and 12 I1OOn.Employment ./- : life of the prodigal son, "Re ., .,. .
u Surviving! are nine sons Arch I counseling, one of. pentance Toward (]()d". Mrs. ..::; ,.,
+ Lester Frank.. Marshall Earl O. the many services offered by the Morse again will be at the piano h ; t y 4 v .i

D.. all Of Ralford; Clarence, Glen,, Employment Service, assists work- with Mrs. Mann at the consoleof ; 't.'I"'

'St. Maty Arlle of Lawtey. and, era who need such help to determine the Hammond for the Happy. !1"\?, :

Cue of-"|Jacksonville; and two, their present or potential Hour of song service ',. ,
daughter' ; Mrs Wilma Stewart.1 abilities and Interests In the Sunday School meets at 9:40: ...\.i.a..:;;.
f Raiford i f and Mrs. Edna Cason of light of .realistic Information about a. m.' and Training Unions meet .. ;

Jacksonville. Job requirements and employment at 6:13: p., m. with departments "-\" ..

opportunities.. This service and classes for all ages. JI4
facilitates the*' 'placement of disabled
Singing ConventionThe The New Year's Watch Night
veterans and other handicapped -
service, an annual worship program
Bradford County Singing workers, youth entering will at 8 Wednesday
begin p. m., -
*, '' eonventlon will meet Sunday! the labor market, and other workers ing
Dec. 31, and will continue
Id Deo. 28, at 2 p.' m. In Evergreen | with occupational problems. until 12:01: a. m. 'There win be ityJi

Baptist Church, northwest of candlelight observance or the

Lawtey. Marcus Conner president I Deeds Recorded ordinance of Baptism and also

i urges everyone interested In At CourthouseThe the ordinance of the Lord's Supper ; _

1''. Gospel singing to attend. Student Night will be ob-

following deeds have been served by the college students ,r' To our good friends the. I
recorded at the courthouse duringthe returned home, and fun and refreshments ; readers of our paper-Greet '

W.C.T.U."PKACK past two weeks: will be had during the : ings. As we look back over ray s't'

I H. C. Kelly and wife to r. C. evening ,.., the year just past we fully a

FiNer and Walton C. Clemens, The public is cordially Invitedto !: realize the factors that have

: ON EARTH GOODWILL property In Lawtey, 950O. all of these services and yon .e combined to enable us to f ,

TO MEN" | Mary Bennett to Johns S. Shu- are urged to "visit the church :' check off another In the &'"'

' The! above Is enhanced by ford and wife, Lot 7. Block 4, with the ,visiting pastor",, ; \ Telegraph's long year record of
1 obiiety.AUTOMOBILE. town of Lawtey $400. 't: : ;
: y' service to this
I! H. B. Wiggins and wife to H. T. Recent Births ,
/ Thomas .:; ( We can think of any number : '
and wife. NV 165: ft. of ., .. ,
f I NE '1-4 of SE 1.... Sec* :74, Twp.I 'ye; r of instances where your ,

'T 8.. Range. 21 Itt;, $100: I ;p I friendship and cooperation '
LIABILITY INSURANCE I Warner Mahler and wife of ', 4"t have been of tremendous ; :. ''i :

Although. not compulsory It Is Chalfont Pa.. to Emma E!:. Becker .... J ': ; benefit ,to us and it is 'with ;"4'2 u + x
': .
i much safer to carry LiabilityInsurance. :1'Starke, 2 28-109 acres; 1300. LEE NELZJC: MOOKER 1 t''{ N I this thought in mind that we ;Y :". ;

I represent only old Ethel M. BTggs to X Maurice JIlt and II.... Leon Moorer ef ,+ a pause for a moment to wish I

Hne reliable stock companies. Edwards and wife, 4ff acres, SSOO Starke' announce the birth or a j you all the joys of the season. l +rj : i
Your business will be appreci I Wm. H. Smith and wife to- daughter. Lee Nelle In St. Veenrs 1 We hope that your '' t
s Arthur Wm. McLean-, 13: every
ated. > Hospital. Jacksonville
). en j Christmas wish will be grantd % I
Thompson B. Rahn and wife to- ';
129 W. Call Street Dec. 19. Mrs Moorer U the liar1 1 ed and that I
I E. A. Qalney and Thompson B. you will continue t1
mer Miss- Andrew. j
t Opposite. Bradford Co. Telegraph< Rahn. Lot 1, Bite IT.: Ward City; Jacqueline ; 4::':! to give us your invaluable i I
Phone 104 I2OO. BART EDWARDS :. # :, support? and assistance in the

N. ]>. Wainwright. W. L. Wall to J. Maurice Edwards .- Mr and Mrs. J. Maurice? Edwards : coming year. f'
Jr., 60 the birth eff I. J "
acres 1200. announce a ) +t It J' hay '
Everett A. Gatney]' mad wife to laughter In Riverside Hospital. t.1 1J ; :,

I I* 1... Johns, 3ft 1.2 acre. 9400k Jacksonville' on Dec. 21. "
; Johnnie H. Cowart, Lake City, J
r-CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION to H. O. Brown. 10: acres $1000. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thornton.Ralford. oJo, \

{ R. M. Fancher of Starke to Kf. .' boy. Jimmy Kaa.1. Dee.Mr. 1 ,:A;, 1. S

a '.,' ., ,.
Fancher.. Pearson 60)( acre,. ,
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$1000. and Mrs. Monroe Knabb, "
f Macclenny girl Gwendolyn EToise. I I. .. '

Mrs. W. C. Sullivan Dec 8. i :. L4 i

Mr. and Mrs Alfred: Melville .. : ,,' .
Mr*. WUIIe Cora Sullivan TT. Dye Starke boy. Alfred Melville ..,'.or,,' .." .

sister l of J. J. Ziegler of Theresas* ,, Jr.. Dec.' 11. ',"' ry 1 '.:, I f' I IR ,

died Tuesday. Dec 16. ,at her Mr. and Mrs.' Dock Newsome ','j- 1
\ I
home In Waldo. Funeral services Harris Jr., Dukes boy. Jerry .I" I I
were held Thursday afternoon of I lewsome, Dec. .& -
Y last week at the graveside' In the I Mr. and Mrs. Charles( P.' Ed. --R Bradford County

Waldo Cemetery. Mrs. McCoy ,wards Starke, girl Janice nene, Telegraph
was a native of. Ft. :McCoy and Dec.,13. I
had resided In Waldo for 591 Mr. and Mm Ray J. Glessner

years. She was the widow of I Starke, .boy. Ray James Jr., Dec. I

John Sullivan. 18. E. L Matthews j


.. -9 GRASS NOTICE PLANTING DAT F. L. Durshimer A. W. Anderson Jr. .
tames A.
Phone 64 STARKE There will} be a grass plantingday CONSTRUCTION PAPER. 9* ,

fn-the-Minit Service at New River Cemetery on IS assorted colon IS 1-S teats H. C. (Buddy) Davis Jean Davis I

I Thursday January 1. The pub- pkg. Bradford' County Tele- lUJxonII'tI'"M.

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a Friday, December 26, 1947
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: The World Pauses to CelebrateAn fn A Brief Years
Maurr.er eisruu! Thirty-Three \ J//

Anniversary of the Birth of Christ Did More Good Than All .$

The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived Evil Men Have Been Able to Undo ,

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THIS WEEK the civilized world years. He was crucified at the a hunger and thirst after
" r righteousness modern, has ever held such a spell
'flU again celebrate an annBver- age of thirty-three; yet Christ : for they shall be filled. ovehis hearers. Christ had
of the moan a
the birth re. _
h pry of extended His influence and power "7-Blessed! are the merciful:
rkable Man who ever lived and ti ,a for genius and a gift for utterance
B over more of the world than any they shall obtain mercy.'
speech that was never equal.
h'. died.Ho had no army. He had no conqueror who ever lived. This heart 8-Blessed for are the pure In led by any other person.In .
Mvy. He had no air force. He humble, homeless Man armed and : they shall see God. about
thirty-three of
no armaments or weapons of 4a 9-Blessed are the peacemakers years
bid equipped only with the gospel of
: for life on this earth In the guise
kind. He never killed or they shall be called the
a founded y anybody.' He never put love and peace established a children of God. and likeness of a mortal man, and
ybody In a. concentration camp.i kingdom in the hearts of human "10-Blessed are they whichare subject to all the infirmities of
I used force only once In His ity that has endured and grown wl1r Eirt4. (@f 31ri1ti persecuted for' righteousness the flesh, armed only with kindness .
lie,when He overthrew the tables for nearly two thousand years. sake: for their's Is the kingdom and love and an unrivaledgift
, 01 the moneychangers and drove Despots and dictators have striven of heaven. of speech, Christ did more
them from the Temple (Matthew in vain to destroy the universal LUKE 2: 4-20 "11-Blessed are when lasting good than all the war
yc men
kingdom of the Prince*'of Peace rlors and statesmen who have
812) shall
h : revile you, and persecute
His ministry lasted only three (Isaiah 9:6): ). And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth you and shall say all manner of saddened and gladdened the world
Christ not only since time began.
was the most evil
i enduringly influential person who into Judea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem; '(becausehe sake.against" you falsely, for my -By Fuller Warren.

ever ways lived He ,was but the In many most extraor-other was of the house and lineage of David:) to be taxed with Mary\ his Christ Is the most quoted person

I pug dinary Man ever born of woman espoused wife being great with child. four who ever wrote or spoke. For
you He made the best speech of which hundred years, Shakespeare
ieQf there Is any written record. The And it that while has been copiously quoted. For
so was, they were there, the days were accomplished two hundred years Dr. Samuel
immortal speech made by Lincoln .
among the graves of Gettysburg that she should be delivered. Johnson has been much quoted.
For more than two thousand v
In 1863 la undoubtedly superb -
but a comparison of Christ's And she brought forth her first-born son, and wrapped< him in year the great Chinese philosopher
Confuclous, has been quotedIn T
Sermon the Mount (Matthew
5, 6, and 7) with the Gettysburg swaddling clothes, and. laid him i in a manger, because there was no room nearly all parts of the world.

Address shows the Infinite super- in the inn., ....__." fr..... W"; .:. ; f ..; ,, .. IJ "- \.. .. .:.'111, ',".1..'I..... From 1928, when he began writIng -
RDIALETI iority of Christ's great oration "" oJ' 'Ift &41 his dally column of comment

The opening passages olChrist's .,,' And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, for tragic the death newspapers on August until 15, 1935 his, A
1165 matchless Sermon on the -
keeping watch their flock the beloved Will
Mount contain some ,of the most over by night. Rogers was probably
sublime utterances in any language the most quoted man in z V/I
Nothing that Demosthenes, And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of America .. r

Patrick Henry, Daniel Webster, the L'ord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. But for more than nineteen (. '-.. -
Henry Grady. Shakespeare Ed- '11't',! hundred years. Christ has been
''!'" t. .
ward Burke, Bryan, or any of the *** more quoted than all these wise CHRISTMASSincere?
other surpassing orators of the And the angel said unto them, fear not: for, behold, I bring you men combined. To be widely ) >> ,

ages ever said can equal In simple good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all 1 people. quoted, a man must be speakingor
sublimity and unaffected eloquence writing a lot of sense, and

for a from the these Sermon opening on the passages Mount: f For unto you is born this day in' the city of David a Saviou r, which Christ epigrams was.and He sententious uttered sentences more ) !J.

I Matthew 5::. through li: is Christ the Lord. ; .mr -i I'' ? jjfc., | knfr'' 'JI? 'i 1 than any other man who ever Sincere good wl""sfor'" ,;
"Blessed the In spoke. Politicians have always I continued happlness-our
: Merry\ Christmas spirit: for their's are is the kingdomof poor And this shall be a sign unto you: Ye shall find the babe wrapped striven, t6 lay catchy, epigrammatic Christmas wish to eoch of

heaven. in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. all the politician easy-to-quote that things have,prac-but you
& Baker "4 Blessed are they that' ticed since Plato
prepared his
Biggs mourn: for they shall be com And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude} of the heavenly'' handbook of politics have not succeeded -

forted. host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on in making as many wise Lappe Bakery
BICYCLE SHOP 5-Blessed are the : for ? and memorable utterances as did
they hall inherit the earth. earth peace, good will toward men. < Christ- in the three short yearsof III W. CALL ST.
"6-Blessed are they which do lAnd His ministry. Phone 18
it came to pass, as the angels were from them into '
away No other 'person, ancient or For Free
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.p. ? ---- ---
.- heaven, the shepherds said one to another. Let. us now go .unto Bethlehem 6_,...""- "'-- _.. ___u__ __.__.
;;..: r and see this thing which is come to pass, which' the'1ii'd'athmade : \.,. .' .-

mown\ to us. '
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And"they+ came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph. and the .
baby lying 1 in '
"a. manger.
And when they had seen it made .
they known abroad the! saying + I : ,

which was told them concerning the child .-f. ,w} ?. ,t::-:.1"1'nd .;..-"-* : 1 1 JOY

t" all they that heard !it wondered at those things which were

told them by the shepherds.

GREETINGS But Mary kept all these things and pondered them in her Hieart. 'ANDHAPPINESSThroughout

NEIGHBOR 4; "And' the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the coming year

the things that they had '
Sistrunk Feed & Seed Company ,
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God grant that we all may live and,

thrive together In peace and harmonyon

u this day and always. We wish you

; a Joyful Christmas and may cholsest

e: OUR PlEHSURE[[ blessings be yours forever.

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The past year hat been an enjoyable one We have considered

flfl&TJfflflfiT.SHULL!:: : ] !: it a pleasure and an.honor to be of service to you, our friends and
customers. Your consideration and good will are invaluable to us and

we wish to lake this means of!*extending: thanks

Added to this message is our most sincere :

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AGAIN at this Yuletide] season world was written by Phillips i
of Christmas carols Brooks a Boston minister On a In the Book of Common Prayer of
are floating Into the hearts and trip to the Holy Land Brooks stood the Church of England the prayer
homes of millions of people carrying on the starlit hills on Christmas for the last Sunday before Advent '''' ,,,, ,oe Nra 'hU"4 i'r'/ ;?"! ,"'U ,
the spirit of Christmas It II at Eve and looked down upon the Httl. began,with the words "Stir up." The

this holiday] season that the Impulse] city of Bethlehem lying still and people of Peterborough took this Ube ,, ,
to sing grips everyone, from the peaceful In the night On the next a reminder thai they should] star ,. "." 1',1... .
crooning Infant to the oldest and Christmas back' In America he their plum pudding at that time and ./, ""' '
most confirmed "monotone." wrote the song that was to become everybody in the family! took a handin "

There are many ]kinds of carols famous: the stirring until it. was ready on
4 Cordial some for every mood and taste. Christmas.This I'
"0 Unit town of BelhttttmHow
the. Indispensable old-time English
Hymns or chants celebrating
still thtt A ."
Nativity have been sung since the v ttt. Christmas dish was furmety, or to tye

Greetings earliest days of the Christian church. Written for Sunday school singing, frumenty, which according to old- \ if ... ,
Some of the carols] like "Deck the the song at first was anonymousbut time recipes was "wheat boiled until \
Hall with Boughs Of Holly" "Good when the hymn gained Immediate the grains, burst then strained il"
, King Wenceslas" and the wassailingsongs favor. Brooks admitted authorship and boiled] again with broth or milk l a "

have no direct relation to the Many musical settingsof and yolks of eggs" Frumenty was
AND OUR SINCERE Nativity, yet they are fully expressive this beautiful] poem have been the forerunner to plum pudding. p
GOOD WISHES TO of various phases of the Christmas made the two most commonly] used J.

YOU. OUR FRIENDS spirit. being by the English composer Jo. : Christmas Vhit to c9Thus
Best loved and most frequentlysung seph Barnby and the American I
AND NEIGHBORS of the carols Is "Silent Night composer, Louis H. Redner .
It was Christmas time In the ham Charles Wesley, younger brother: ZJn e Seven :JottnlainJ ,

'ith let of Obernsdorf South Germany, of John Wesley, founder of the
In 1549 when ]
a plague was ragIng '
In 1818 that this beautiful song was Methodist denomination, shares with
TilE in Switzerland 12 pious men of "
n_.m"._ Rhelnfelden] formed a brotherhoodto
pray for St.. Sebastian's aid and J flJJ4e

Star Store 4k Pestilence to nurse the in sick medieval and bury times the dead was \ \\\

# ascribed to evil spirits in water so
the Brotherhood of St. Sebastian visited kR y

each of the town's seven fountains )}
praying and singing hymns at
r l each stop. They still continue this \
1 1's
> custom but only on Christmas'Eve: >>
Wishing you For this ritual the ]12 Brothers" '

dressed In black with black silk 3 Christmas
top hats At every fountain they When the sean::

\gather around the lantern-beorer \\ rolls around'each year, we find
tlfJOV'S/# and sing a medieval song. The '
march begins at the Froschwcide M ourselves looking 'forward to it

, fountain where the pldgue |Is supposed with anticipation because of the
tWR to have started three centuries iJ
ago. When they have passed t! ,, ; happiness involved. We enjoy

fur the seventh they enter the church '< ;:" the festiveness and the cordiality {
midnight, mass and ceremoniously
place their lantern on the altar ]. $ "1 ,. 'of the occasion and the friendly k

of St. SebastIan.. atmosphere that prevails. tJ.I
f -,.-- -

j !la, ,, Alms Giving Custom I, "fills i ; year Christmas" takes on added significance because ()

CClvtidmt24 A Christmas CharityGiving v/e can look back on a year in which we had an extra amount of p

rich blessings and we are truly grateful. \)
composed A young priest. Father Isaac Watts the honor of being the alms Christmas\ orlgl
Josef Muhr was returning from the greatest producer of hymns. His noted in the belief that the Christ b
bedside of a parishioner when he "Hurkl! The Herold Ang.II.Slng." came sometimes to the dolor dls I That is why we are getting more enjoyment out of this

looked down upon the sleeping hpm1ft /; first published In 1739 is ,among the l guided as a beggar during the holiday >> Christmas than ever before. We are mindful of these blessings and
I surrounded by snow. It lay there malt popular Chilstmas carols although
season and was feared that
silent In the dark night, lighted only it hal undergone many he might be turned wish to take this means of expressing our thanks and best wishes.
away unrecog
by the bright stars and a few glimmering changes, nlzed. There is an old legend thai b
i HILL'SCOFFEE candles. That first Christmas tells of the Christ
child going from
he thought, must have been "ilarktilhe/ btrttti angel ling, '
." door to door on Christmas Eve In
the newborn
like this and there came to him these Glory to King search of those who
were kind and
words: The music Is by that distinguished deserving His teat was to plead for i STARKE BUILDERS' SUPPLY f
composer Felix Mendel ohn.Bor.
aid and often he was turned away
"Siltnt NixbllMl .
Night, Hah
tholdy and hence written -
was long
from the door. This story led to
it .calm, fit h bright ." G CARL JOHNS
SHOP,' Wesley died. alms giving on Christmas Eve and #
In his study "e finished the verses, Watts' principal: contribution to it was rare that a beggar was ,d ,
then took them to Franz Crubcr the the world's holiday! Joy Is the carol, refused.

organist who caught the spirit of "Joy to the World] The tune "An- .,, .!:,_ _' _ __ _ ..
tlccli," ... ---- . ...
a hymn. "Silent Nifih.t": was sung Is all adaptation of Handel'soraorlo '-'-----------------. ----------- --------------- ;
? for the first time In the little wooden \ "Messiah.*' I IV.

church In Obernsdor that Christ ,
i "Joy f0l u uortJ, tbt Lord heomti (axM..t.rs N l a. LNWlANNW.!N VV.I A' N"'! :: 'YAVNWt 4.N1NN L\IVAt'JA NlN' AVN X.t'.Vl/lA'J.AV WN: NC A4/A Lt'J JN A AY4N.WALV n'IN.AM1 AAx gyn.hw nV d
mas Eve. Later a group of Austrian 'r4Je : .+ eA.

Tyrol mountain folksong sing Lit earth rtttivt bar King ." .A. .. .. .. .. ..... } ,t ?'r :l.vlx. .
ers Introduced the carol to other
parts of the world, Including Amer Watts, too was a minister. While ... .. .r .. .. % r.. ... .. .. L..L, ......4.... ,. .,. ..., G.t ..,.,. ::.,.,.. .. .,, :':. :A :r..:.. ..::' ,.:.;..,.; .;' ;, r :o

ica. Published in 1840 it has been officiating as pastor of Market Lane ... ... .. { .. A.. ,.+ ..... .... ,C .. .. u.k .. %v
translated Into almost] every Ian. church In England his health failed .r.. .: ,kv.v ..,,aft.. ..,.. .:F.t :: v. ,.. /.tai:.. ..:,. 'J'y
i guage and I Is'"a .favorite. throughout although he was still a young man ) ,,,N:4.N..... :,:,:.., 5..,.:.,,::.+:..k,..,:..'.t.a...t....:4.4.41 a.}?} ,%,:. :.( . ...
the world. He turned to writing verse and be. :{,};. .. ... 1.t..:. :. L .., v N: .v..:..;.;:+::'iCt ?inv :S Ssa PIIv } :t? .q? ;
n .,... t.A..L ... .'
"Oh Come All Ye Faithful" or came"The a great First poet.Noel] the t'N } :... ....L .4. .. .. .1..t... ... ., 1.\.. .. ..a ..... tAA ::.::::':. :...HIV'.r+ ,,,"':ltil..a./A1.ia.iia..suit.4 } ;+ a ..:}::4\a: : .... ...A.. ..... .
"Adeate Fldeles"] Is another meaning .
hymnof >. ii i1a; : ;: ;" \Swmrii4xrittrYtiiiaj: ; : :;
the ages which apparently Is des first Christmas Is one of the oldest : .rP'1; .i:4: ? :vb.y.pyl; ; h.I r

tined to live for centuries It has songa about the coming of Christ. Aa;
One of the ancient medieval carols a4a:
been translated] Into 78 languages.The y
it probably Is about 400 years old]

words to St. Bonaventura are sometimes bishopof ascribed The poetry Is crude merely a peas. > .. ,,. rh"L'. .: :;.'.;.!..'Laa....:.'.:":...Y.: ...M..,.,. .. .
ir i- ant's attempt to present the New ; ..... ...,.:. ..:,.i ..N.
Albano (in the thirteenth &
it century.It Testament story in rhyme (thus A.al
Is most commonly believed however s : :
making it easy to remember) but .I rtV.c.
that It was not written until thoroughly sincere and devout. The li1 !

the seventeenth or eighteenth cen music likewise is simple] ,'being practically t.. .. ., ....:..
fury The hymn often Is called the .'.' ': ."... ,. ........ ... .
LW Portuguese hymn because it was one little strain sung three F?: :t:. .: :::r;;': ::"y \ : + '
times but rjMj; :
is vigorous, joyous, : I
In ..............l. ;
r sung In the Portuguese. chapel fresh and virile. fi S :' .:...........
London about 1785 ,to the tune now i

inseparable] from it: 'b. first Noel ttt Amgtl JiJ ty, 0 W ]1ItLzrG) .
Compliments Wtt to ttrtain poor ibibhtrdt, lit E ffbJIL '
"Ob zed torn triumphant,;oil yt fMthful, ioylul fitUi u Ibty Uy ," : '; I

of the season Oh torn yt, oh torn. yt to BtlbItbtm Caroling or wassailing Is an'old
J ," English custom. The original words 4 : :./ ia i

, to you, and you. An American song which carries of this traditional English Christmas : : .. ::.
" song began "Here we .t:.,. '' .
come a-wassoiling" ; :
the spirit of Christmas is the sweet :<' ... .' \
and :. you and continued In the chorus ':v, : ; I .
and beautiful carol "It Came Upon '
the Midnight Clear." The was "Love and joy come to you, < : { t n :. : I
and \to your wassail too." M+ :...:. I
written by Edmund H. Sears New \
t a '
The old ] C2))
song commonly was sung X. '; -- ::M
England minister In a religious I" .
by \groups of revelers, particularly] x< .w: .
I journal. The music Is by the Amer ,1 : 1 I
Service Station young women who went about of. f.'ft::: ..
Icon 'Richard S. Willis : tI i
composer ,
:..... '!.1; f.
fering a hot drink. a merry song {; ." '.N. .
who struck by the unusual f.W. :
was !- :.
.. ,
and a pretty curtsey In exchange for t I
beauty of the poem and "just letdown f, 14'a
a small gift. Tho word "wassail" I '
the notes that fit the words": comes from the Anglo-SaJbn ':Waes- \ : ; this circle symbolize the /) : \ I
"" tuint upon she midnight clear hael," meaning "Be In health.] May growing t/

That ./0";"". long of oU .* And. of course. Merry Christmas circle of friends
i We soy it out of a full would be less merry to both childrenand /:;((;t.i whom it has i
One of the most popular Yuletide y Z::: .
A hecfrt 4 hymns "It Came Upon the Midnight "Jingle adults Bells without" to jingle that] little all the jingle /:" 1} ,\: 'c'..; ;,::', been our pleasure to serve these 4ij::;:::' I
: Clear"] follows the traditional] carol way A ::: :; (,: ii\'.. ti.kr.:..
\ ,t '0'IDERRY style.] The first two stanzas depictthe through mythical the one Yuletide-horse Ielllh-whiah season with Its In : ':n '<,:.. :::'( \. past years. We are grateful f I for these A".hh1t ::,"
*' \ x <
angels hovering over the earth most parts t>f America ] : ::: : :t'J.: ,. J.;.::<:':: Nxx':1"'t :.:--" ,
belongs to ';\ : y: "'"; associations and wish
and singing their joyous song.,tha another every one of !*:<<:t.,':..,, .
day. But the : .
\ .
? sans sleigh : .\ .h
/ third brings words of comfort to the .- ( f i N: :<:
bells and '
the sleigh, who Is there .' :
d. weary and the fourth prophesies the child or eJuit, who does not love ."; J'ij. \\ you a Joyous Season. A:::<.ii::: t"i(;.. ,
happy days when all the world that gay and rollicking Christmas ,\\o. :;:. ';. ...<,,,:/k'\1f.-\. : : (:trj'i.,, .:.:..:; <..:..5......:..:... ....... :,
.. .
<" : ,. .
shall join in the angel's song :: :<>;;> : : .... : .
!N!m I 1[IS!! ditty \to which dear old Santa claus 1"''.'' \I.'i<" Ar.t..3.: : .....h..N! !/.......... .
. l' "0 Little Town of Bethlehem] comet skimming into town or to 1 Isolated "it::.::0'X...,.. <,... ,,.} :; :\;: (' .<::1C: : ) '
another American contribution to ] country homes behind his eight : < : \ .f..... ....:.. .':...:...'.:..d..f........:: .... ... ... .
the famous Christmas songs of the reindeer.; ;ltle.f: Y t v t.r:: ;:'?:t.,::: W UXh;::}::.t JY J
..: .. b
; > : .
f} : x Jth'd 'f:::;;::..::f+.. :. ::.jj.:2.i: :: :

to each of you, IV (.IHCI.IT ('05 RT IIRAKPOHn m (inniT PoI HT. HIIi roni ; f1. f. ;: t : i !{i 1.:0?; ? $ ;i;:iB..ti: fl; \f.
r j:cy : : u tf: .iHt
\ our friends and COI(' MTV. FLORID IN IMAERT. \- (CRRV.'01''''''',". FLO III 1)at IX tilt. '.,,.,..w.". ...,...". ,xx.,.!, .fiM'.f.N.'...."...,..v.'..,..r,..."......."..,...--"..."" to. ,NO!.'AW'o"...".'.;:.e-......."..{....;........J....;,...,............."..,:,.........,..,..:.<... ..;.......:.'.,.. ..:!...........'........,..'."....,w.....X.r,....,.....,"."..}'., !

neighbors. William Francis' Mnier. Plaintiff. Paul Ifruckn.r Plaintiff, vs. H lcnHrueknvr +a .A ,
:;.. Defendant.' ..
A Ca No.
T'. Elate Ma. Mlllor Defendant ItIt it !ttlJk: ,
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Can N. US +
ORDER OF PUBLICATION: ORDER AND NOTICE hF" P"TO' LIC'ATIO-l APPEAR: 'w.dt.\.. aw:: .\!.'o..<.. ..Rgy.,0ny; r X I"tia,,.d:, ANl) NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Helen AaWaS.vi w'ants.N.; ;a'a.a.kshwlJ.wrlrwWaMJt: !:i.;; : .aGOauaw<; >a wa %#ti+',+4aaw: ::;;,.,a+!,aauat4: :;,,)'"; 'f< : : <'a'\aNaW/gVNtlAa1Nl'Mt4::\ :: .: '.:. .::; : : .t ;. ::11;.iitr.:; y..;;.,i;.

STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elsie Bruckner whose residence le: 4211
'j; Mae Mlllor, whose" reeldence and Orchard Avenue Parma S, Ohio.
addrees I in: Unknown.You You are required to appear on
are required to appear on January II, I>4D. In the above named F
DIXIE January 11. 1943, In the above named Court and cauee, wherein plaintiff Harley : Strong Your JewelerGIFT
Court eeeka and divorce.cauee'D'ah;;::: Conn plaintiff Telegraph eeeke divorce.shall Bradford publish County this.

ty Telegraph' .hall publleh this Order In next four weekly. Imiuo.
MOTO COURT Order In next four weekly" l".un.Wltneia Wit"... my hand and official'
my hand and official eal seal at Utark. Florida. this De- HEADQUARTERS
at Htarke, Florida. this DecemberII. IS4T,
1641. ( F"l.l1L A. J. Thomaa,
And. Restaurant (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thotnaa, Aa Clerk of said Court. "The Finest Jewelry 'Store In Starke"
A. Clerk of said Court. ,By Lucille r. Conner D. C.
By Lucille C. Conner, n. C. Robert H. Duncan t04 Lynch BuildIn .

T.AU,Frank. for l-andrum.fir. Stark ii-ia. 4t Fla.t-t Atlr.*, Jacksonville tat. Pit. Florida.1S-1I 4t 1-S r ..... _,_ _, I I -, ..... .
... .. (
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Danger From Tree May we express to those ofI'

Fire Ever Present you with whom we have been
ii5 -
Ij Although the Christmas tree i I. associated this past year our
I one of the,mOlt picturesque Yuletide *
"" Cj ..I ornament*..It is also one of the best wishes for a Merry, Merry
,,\, Illhil most dangerous, with the threat of
Christmas. Our
Ore an ever present possibility. thoughts are

YOUR HOME Replacement of the candle by the with you this glorious day and
-: electric light has removed some of
the hazards formerly experienced we give thanks for lasting
but, danger still lurks from faulty ,
sO connections or careless handling of friendships such as yours.
bulbs and strings.To .
minimize the Ore hazard, the Let us strive toward a continuation .

department of, agriculture offers
of the relationships
two pertinent suggestions: First
FRIENDS / keep the tree well watered end that result in better
second, fireproof it with ammonium ,
sulphate or calcium chloride. and happier living. _
To provide the tree with sufficient
wishin for
We're water cut the butt on a slant at
you everything that's least an inch above the original cut.
good. You're a swell DEsIGNS CUT FROM CHRISTMAS Keep the water level above the
bunch of folks, and CARDS AND GLUED TO THE"SURFACE slashed surface. In purchasing a
we're mighty; proudto : OP SMALL POCKET tree, always look for one that has
have known you, been felled recently so that the
call MIRRORS MAKE: ATTRACTIVETREE needles have not dried.
and t* you our
friends. MERRY ORNAMENTS. K Fresh tree. also are essential for
CHRISTMAS.Masters. Itame-proofing. In using ammonium
(/ sulphate, a chemical content one-
fourth the weight of the tree shouldbe
used After dissolving one and a
_. iA half pints of the ammonium In a
Electrical ServiceThank 4 t I I IU pound of water, slash the stem of
the tree and place It In the solution.
TABLE Ofc I Then, let the tree stand four to six
days In the solution for
.. MANTLE TYPE DECO- complete
absorption. Trees fireproofed In this
-------eop --e-ea---- RATION IS MADE BY
I manner will not be Ignited by an
\ i jI j- / TWINING GARLANDS ] id electric spark.Holly .


i Now Grown In

HOLDER. Many Parts of Land

Y. I I III q it itYI coastal Grown states on the from hillsides Maine io of Texas the quj

and up the Mississippi valley to
Missouri, holly is a, pretty but slow- '"
1jb BRIGHTEN YOUR growing plant. .
MANTLE TRY BOWS, Leaves are evergreenthe margins
GREENS/ LIGHTS of which are provided with
r rather widely separated spines.
1 NUTS AND TREE Weak and close-grained the woodis I
At this time of the year tyit ,
ORNAMENTS. exceptionally white, making it
appropriate to take time. highly desirable in the manufactureof
woodenware, cabinets and Interior .
out to express to you the appreciation 1 /finishing.As .
I of our entire organization ,,. a result of scientific discover
lea holly cuttings, will take root
I for your loyalty I quickly when they are treated with

I and good will. a hormonelike! substances. Christmas .
I holly has been converted Into potted
plants These plants can be set out
Merry Christmas as a permanent ornament for land

scapes.Growth regulating substances STARKEr TAXI I SERVICE '

indole butyric acid and naphthalene
acetamlde-are on the market in :
liquid or powdered form under various -
Farm Home & Auto r\:
trade names. The chemicals PHONE 150A. ,
NOVEL PLACE are applied to plantings 'of fresh DAY KITE
SupplyGUY ANDREWS CARD OR ORNAMENT shade! kept moist, cool and well E. McKINNEY, OWNER

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I \ < s
it i/ PACKAGES MAY ; !
., A /
Ip'' I BE UTILIZEDTO :I With the splendid remembrances of

YYt I INTERESTINGDOOR : ?? the harmonious: associations we have had

,-Jh*:: I t TREATMENT.9REENS k :Y' v: :;.:': with. our'' many good friendin this area

,''t:, I ::t,: :. D ,-7 11: during the past, we cageily look

""I'III'II"Ji'IIIi'hll' !'!, I,!' 91L forward to a continuance of them in

: 1vi
1 ; i the future.

} I,-, ,

ImllS G. : .y'' ,,, x 9 We sincerely hope that these fricnJships"lave -

,;,{ I been as pleasant lo you air they
'l r
g) have. Jjeen to us. \

u. Q.=. .
., M '-- ,
The cordiality ql CAr lmtU the : -
u one of
AND PLANTS ;;, r May this l tie your floppiest, : Clu'isl'ul.II.IIUIII1lII'UUIUI $\
finest blessings that
any of'us can possibly TRANS CRM> THE HOUSE .;';...
enjoy. To iuf Christmas meant much more I FOR THE HOLIDAYS Y 9:a.M : II / -2., \ utus : f and! may the New Year bring you. tome
than Just the '' --- *
opportunity of presentingfanJ t>
receiving gifts. Ift more than a season of Reduce Christmas z Heir joy ,each _day.-. ,r'
exchanging greeting* and it goes far deeper

than 1M traditional festive occasions. Hazards With Care .
-- -
I To avoid tragic Christmas accidents
Christmas, for us, is a season genuine i
in the home the Fire Protection -
good will and happiness a time of thanksgiving Institute Issues these precautionary "
for all.CONWAY'S. tips: -
-V. a flame-proof compound to I l3ttat ?lJidlred at ;flea Jfoliday Ssfadoa.

pray*wreath.. and other pin decoration _

,-Use material anarked flameproof
SERVICE STATION for tree trimmings and home
decoration If they are obtainable.
-Io pect Christmas tree light,
.and ockets.FrOWa repair. frayed wire.. or too.. CANOVA PHARMACY Walgreen Agency

UNION WJS STATION -Dleey ..,. CWa1maa.. lLghiatatwaai 9T'YdiBKU.: FLORIDA
/ rat..ao..w 4oasewtt .
tO.....p; fuQat' seer 80 "
open ftre or flickering flame. D''".
I 110M .t paper and other haflanvvaUe

wrappings immediately. ,
_'.xr.a. v _,L.." ,0" .' __ ." "
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Antonia Knealch, whose residence 'In nest tour weekly
and address Is Svetl Jakov, Otok Witness. my hand iseuea
Lrf>alnJ Island LoslnJ) Istria, Yugo seal at 8t1orke, Florida, and
slavia. ber 1. 1917.OFFICIAL. this 1>
: You required to appear January ( SEAL)
A. J -I
2, m In, the above named. As Clerk of said Court > Th
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff By Lucille C. Conner, D C,
Bradford County T. Frank
seeks divorce. Landrum St.rke,
Telegraph shall publish this Order Ally, for Pit, 12-11 't pia

L /j 014 tithe

HART Legend has It that when Christ was
born and Satan died, the bellsin

, ..._J n _, ,, _,_, ...._ _.-M ,.' 011 4f&I y actly the midnight churches the were tolling rung.changed At ex-toa t All output 7kMe

joyful peal, announcing the birthof
the Christ.In .

the turmoil the dark and chambers strife of human high above life ) .1

It's the SoasOll forGREETINGS dwelt the Apostles of Peace whose !: .r
salMtations were never so welcome
as feasts at the of Christmas time of ,the so William great winter Auld W ) )

tells In his traditions.

Our Most Famous for a Mey; a YuletideGREEN'S

4 f Christmas Trees

And here's ours, as sincere and frt'b i I ''i Most famous of the nation's .
"' ':. i Christmas trees are growing on the
genuine as we know how to ; jl I
.t. wooded rolling acres of the Roosevelt STOREMr.
{ make it. !! estate at Hyde Park. N. Y. Developed
i, .
as a result of a hobby which : and Mrs. Lloyd J. Green
It Is our fondest wish that every ; i.A.. occupied much of the late Pres.

toy will be,yours for the mmmummiaiimmtttHlt coming. r ;i; ry; r the Franklin groves D. of Roosevelt's Yule trees spare now time are,

season. -r1ROBT. scattered on odd patches and parcels
hlJ of land throughout the estate.

rFyI ROVERVA ITS FOR CHRISTMAS Ha know that Santa Is not The trees about 270,000 In number
I going to fall him, and that before long the genial saint will drop down are principally of Norway HERE'STO
I I h ht the chimney and leave presents for all good boys, girls and dogs. spruce, white spruce and Douglas
fir, with a few balsams also In.
cluded. YOUR
Although the tree growing was a
Tf/e hobby with the late president, he
Insisted that the project pay Its own
way. Consequently about 2,000 to

t PIIONE 135fflettm Temple ,YOC/414t'F6457 Christmas 3,000 trees season.are marketed*every APPI1SSWo

"Itel!! CKRY. '
Owner =--, ,. .;:-.tIII; Ave. Alfred I* Reck, Plaintiff, vs. Edith greet you this Christmas

,e .,' _,. _. .. ---___.. "-- H- "."._.-.W' .,JO.1., ', 1v Christian ana sits. Muon,Beck Defendant., also known Case as No.JD1- with a profound feeling of sin-

--.'. no, _. -0 -n V'' ,'''I.. AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR cerity and wish you a Season of
and cranber- Christian Beck, also known a* DI. great happiness.

r -. ._,-,..... .. -........ ......,-.-.-.- .. ...,- -" TURKEY, pudding, ana knnwn.Moon, whose residence I* un
fruit cakes and mince You are required l to appear on
pie January B. 1949, In the above named
i! #! i *k* s are as much a part of our Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
r Christmas festivities as holly Telegraph Reeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order
': mistletoe, Santa Claus In next four weekly Inaues.
Witness my hand and official seal -
and gifts. Since the beginning at marke, Florida, thin December
! I IatChristmastime of American history, 2(OFFICIAL, 1947. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, *
I Il when turkeys and cranber- As Clerk. of said Court.
By Luollle C. Conner, D. C.
fin! Appreciation ries were found by the early Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.
Puritans they have been Atty. for Pit. 12-6 4t 12-28
v considered as the basis of -

ly, mistletoe, Santa Claus The WASHETERIA
John Kneslch, Plaintiff, vs. Antonia
and the of
custom givingwere Kneslch. Defendant. Case No. 6160.
brought'''from their ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I : homeland. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.

MANY superstition con-
the food eaten on /W MIiC'6'J6

Christmas Day. Once it was AfE/
considered bad luck to refuse -
l 1# .X! ; Q mince pie; apples eaten -
h mfjl\II'lil:1!!\' :I' ifA at midnight brought
health bea 1
9 ;' tlI' good ; there must
plum pudding, otherwiseyou
Arrival of the ,Mstmas' would lose a friend

Season reminds ut I!rd!'bf, our during the year. The feed- r
:!j 1 ing ox animals, the sendingof
0" K obligations to t'tMj' ,!: 'me (\ cards, the singing of
" 4t carols and Christmas visitsas e
t p people H\iWlili1\ !!;!!! well as practice of giving trtiilJll
, gifts, were all derived from
'9 appreciate tltascel;'! I early superstitions., "

lent treatment we::'Have r received M /

\ t and take this I I an.,11'4 I Quaint Swiss CustomOf Treating Trees To + ,,'

of sending our Meeting Preserve
1 !
I to each of J.uJijI\it\ iIft Forecasting Is ritualized in Switz needles or leaves of
11!T''!'!:!'!::! '!!:!! '!:! pI erland. Grandma goat to the cellar, Christmas trees, which strip the
t I Jlj itl'l'IIIlllljilhiII'lillilll'I.liljJ'' : I selects the most perfect onion, trees of color and litter the floor,
halves It,. and peels 12 layers, one long have been a Yuletide bane.
<< for each month. The next day these Therefore, the discovery of the
i layers: show what the weather will New York State College of Forestrythat '
GUIDON GRILL be during the coming :year. I waterglasa spray will preventthe 1
The daughter of the house goes spruce leaves from falling
! about town at midnight to drink comas as welcome news to family II"OhbOY
"-rt' GEORGE KOPELOV8OS" from nine different fountains. Then and housewife alike.
il. she goes to church. She expects too Besides preserving the foliage, 7l a
I'R meet her unknown lover on the the waterglass spray adds to the n J
ylv'P'11r" y1' 11 1tr" fit"' "ar"' "i1r"'r1"'M' 'Mr" der" 1i' ,church steps. decorative effect of the spruce by:
leaving a slight silver sheen to the
green of the needle-like leaves. The cY
waterglass also has been found to for
be a good Ore retardant. ""
1 .
The college found that the shed n d'!' '
ding of spruce leaves also can be ttl'w" 0 ,po'''tOd .
retarded by placing the base of the etotl _tIC'
tree in a bucket of moist earth, nest molted iron llIoy1n0 .
from 11'ke
peat moss or water. Users have reported .m0la to yh b'" drinkAx
I, Ill' the success of this treat n.rs welb'rn4't\0\I f't,.
__ --,--Gm Slade Gas Company of Starke ment. .ll ...... ,... eerl ... mP .h ,
.QPinq It 1cn aklsett'
r t wishes to thank you for the welcome you have .. -Ise l Irks hard day t v
given us in this our opening year in your .. s o".r

l' ,0-- community. Our desire is to serve you to the Ievery _,.. desert Cp !pNY.

;: : for best a of happy our ability holiday and season.to extend our best wishes \ / J"1& nW .

'- Near dethiehem did shepherds keep '
'" Their flocks: of lambs and feeding Iofl
1. .", sheep;
1 To whom God's angels did appear rink .I so serve JA i
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Which put the shepherds In great ... S
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fear, \ 3
Prepare and go." the angels said,
"To Bethlehem, be not afraid;
, : \ COMPANYTWO For morn there you'll rind this happy

: A princely: babe sweet Jesus born"


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nir Ult January 11, 1S48, In the above named cember 11. 1947.
f fn Associated With Christmas ORDER OB' PUBLICATIONAND C'i.ad1: cause wherein: plaintiff (OFFICIAL: SEAL A. J. Thomas,
I Many Symbols NOTICE o *. itradford County
TO APPEAR 'a Clerk of said Court.
1 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Angel ;Telegraph h weedy:: this Order By Lnclll CX Conjier D. C. I
ina" Pluollo, whose residence let: In next four lesuee.Vltnen J. C. Durranae, Law 2Exohange Bids,
Unknown. \ my hand and official Jackionvllle, Florida.
You are required to appear on t,seal at Starke,, Florida this De. Atty. for Fit. 13-12 4t 1-8

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JUSTIV: TIME Voungslers all over America will sleep with one % % r Ia' ,
qt open on Christmas Eve-If they are lucky they; might see Santa's .meswa) ,
Ml ai he hurries en hl. way. The. ;youngsters arrived In time to I > .

dr.. Merry! Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight. rwHenw"ggg'44v4( /

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HOME FOR SANTA CLAUS Many cities In the United States,
even those which do not have name. associated with{ Christmas symbols .
erect Santa- Clans Tillages during the holiday seasons. 1 :

EACH year thousands of letters In Santa Claus also has been hon
TO EACH OF OUR FRIENDSA. U. S. mailed from Beth. ored In American '
are the naming of

J. THOMAS Clerk of the Circuit Court Md.lehem: -Bethlehem.Bethlehem,Conn.Pa.;,Bethlehem and Beth. cities.Santa, The Claus story, of Ind.the, contains christeningof an \fdIR Your Junsliine & 'ice 'JWtesJ. and I friends iil

lehem N. H. These towns were awesome note In keeping with

named many many years ago and Christmas Eve. .
Imaginative Americans the countryover The government had turned down e .
send In letters to be remalled the request of a little settlement In

bearing: the symbolic postmark of southern Indiana 100 years ago because
Bethlehem.The an older town in the state
story associated with the bore the same name of Santa Fe. ; H. DuPre
naming of Bethlehem Pa., Is especially As the villagers gathered In celebration > .

'I. moving On Christmas Eve In of Christmas Eve they pon .
/1 1741 It Is said Moravian pioneers dered a new name finding each T
who had come to the new world In suggestion unsuitable as they -

search of religious freedom gathered turned It over in their r in C. C.. Parker C. D. Brown
in a log cabin in the snow- order to select the right tIn .
swept Pennsylvania countryside the midst of their

-aW Thankful for their new refuge they lions, a blinding light ws t- '\
sang carols joyfully; then Nicholas side. Rushing to the vd l .ey
Louis Count Zlnzendorf took up a law si flaming star era a
.4 taper and led the gathering Into the distant hill leaving a t tat H. A. Green
JeCrI I stables where a few cows and still can be seen yAwed
horses stirred. by the spectacle the residents I
"Let us call our village also Beth. of the settlement considered

lehem" he said, and all agreed. the event as a special omen, ,
From a humble beginning over*200 they gave their communi'

years ado, Bethlehem, Pa., Is nowa name of Santa Claus to co ..

Thriving industrial city of 62,000. January rate Christmas.Z, 1948, In the above named \ ) ; ''. r't r'-

:J/'al WittTHE Court and cause wherein plaintiff rjt jI jj'
fid Telegraph soaks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Orderin rLojDl rolrj

next four weeklysues., .
RO.BIBINSEASANT: Witness my hand and official

... fIT Sui! {: seal a1 1.Stark.. 1947.OFFICIAL Florida this December

verJJIltt! ( SEAL, A.' J. Thomas,
A* Cleirk of laid Court. .
old saying that it isn't the By Lucille C. Conner, D. C..
T. Frank Landrum: Stark*, Fla.
but the giving that's appre Atty, for) Pit.. 13-64t_ 1S-26 t
elated may be true, but just the _
same a good gift quickens the heartso lit CIRCUIT COURT 'DRADFORDCOOLTY 1

In much being more.able to draw upon the L.ttle CERT Bullard. Plaintiff, 'VII. Roy

IIII:: : abundance of the country farm Billiard ORDER, Defendant OF, PUBLICATIONAND Caa* No 616ft. C

: ( people are in a position to present NOTICE TO APPEAR
especially valued gifts at compara STATE OF FLORIDA to: Roy
{ Billiard!, whole residence I I. un
tively small eo It. For instance a known..
box full of,spruce. Or, pine holly, You are required to appear on iO '
January: 6. 1948 In the above named 'Y o1tl'
cedar or balsam is always welcomed
Court 'and cause, wherein plain
as a decorative source by tiff seeks divorce. PTadford County of
Telegraph shall puMlnh. this OrderIn
4 CUSTOM city friends.City n.xc four weekly I..uee.. IJ-ll1
people, like everybody else, Witness my hand and official
also appreciate good things to eat seal 9 at. 1947.Stark, Florida,. this December

t > and home canned country fruits and (Official B-al) A.' J. Thomas
; The traditional practice"of vegetables or some fowl can be ex Aa Clerk of said Court

pected to make a big hit. Gardeners Fly Zach Lur-lll II Douglas C Conner, (Uulnosvlll, D. C. Fin" .
Season's Greetings
extending Atty .fur Pit. 12-5 4t 12-26

is a pleasant one for us. IN i rum.i'IT -roi'Hiv- nn"II'ORn fRON'fl1 ofUs i
_, look forward to cioiir.Joneph
year we Topka Plaintiff, V*. Herthn. !
,,,vr '( Topka. Hofentlant. farm No 61611
".. p171 > ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1. ",
Itristmas because it offersjch"a
.iZ; (*rtl:5/ : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
'''lii'P //'lI' !:?:'" I STATB OF KIX>RIUA tot MntRnrtha .
'qiMi;_+ splendid opportunity'to I Topka. whone r..... i address. I Ie liu XOth Rd, Astoria..
'ift'J '" Long bland New York. ;
express oiir sincere appreciation I You are required to appear on I
January t, 19411. In the above named
Court and cause wherein plain ,
to each of )'ou.COOK'S tiff seeks: divorce.' Bradford County ,
Telegraph shall p..bU.thl.. Order
In\ next four weekly laue. ,
Wit"'..a. my hand and official' I
seal ait Stark., Florida this December C 0
d a ar a, 1847.OFFICIAL '
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
STORE A. Clerk of laid Court. GO
riy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
T. Frank r/andrum. Stark, Fla.
sreJ Atty. far Pit. ls-6 4t 12-34 :

iv: rimri'ir ;;;;;lT. nii \i>Fonnr mm CHRISTmAS //
a mil' TV. pi.oniiiAi ix HIAJ; l (
CKHT.Clarence: : .
Johnson Plalntlfti v.. oc o000
I + 4 aaHI3 end"nt. oI
f Can < '
+e aI I ORDER OF PUPt.irATIOX> andHflppy
L 8TArP5. OF FLORIDA to Olive
Mary Johnson, whose recldenc and

GXirGifttoYou! addrua Louis you., Missouri.ar la':. SOU required Marlon to Btrset appear St.on flEW YEAR f I! 0 Qo a Op '

in the big town will gladly welcome January 6. 1948 In the above named a
Court' and cans, wherein plaintiff
a packet of seeds gleaned from an : .se.:k:"* divorce. Frradford County 0Q
expansive country; garden. Telegraph shall publish I: u'I. Order
( Handy homemakers can convertold In neat four weekly 0e
Wltnee my hand and nfffrialseal '
articles Into attractive gifts. An at t Stark, Florida, this .December
old felt hat can be made into a 2. 1947.OFFICIAL .
( .EAL) A, J. Thomas
beanie for some young girl merelyby A. Clerk of said Court .
using the crown and adding ;yarn fly Luolll C. Conner D. C. And may we add our sincere thanks for the many kindnesses that
Rivers And.r.on, Oran CovOIHT. .
for decoration. The best
stitching Hprlna. Pls.. have shown us in the pa#.
part of an old fur coat beyond re Attys for pit. II-I ft 1121s. you ?

for pair a will new make baby.a rich Pot-holders.carriage dustIng robe- 'IOCrlT (.-- .- nni>ronn' I .. Because of your consideration the past year has been an enjoyable

mitts, bath powder gloves shoe LEE e'OP'cTY FI.UHIIIAI IV CH.t> f experience, one in which we have had the confidence and esteem of
bags are some of the items which Frank Ilnouo. Plaintiff ... Angelina
can be salvaged from small scraps Pltsollo, Defendant. Case NoREAL the people whom we serve. We only hope that we may continue to

k And. 0 yell I what could be more --a-- r r merit your good will and patronage, so'that our policy of friendly,
bride than home
useful to a young a ESTATE
made cookbook containing the helpful service to all may be maintained.
home-raaier's favorite recipes Not Ut your property for sale

only will such a book provide for with I have sold many, ,
tasty: eating but it can also be expected piece. of property and have
A pledge of friendship, goodwill, to guide the young wife over many pronpectiva buyer A!
some rough moments la the kitchen. saunas" <>r*I !. fn&nuitfnL A
fair iconunlMlon. ta all that I re
desire to
and a genuine CIRCtTIT COVR. BRADVOltDGOtllTV.
fcOLSON'S quire An a member of toe
c..to.I&: .. BeaUjr Beard 7.u easy be
OJ**" ntJmtUt.n.. Clarene
REFRIGERATIONSALES UOten.. r.fo....MCu* *'..-..... at.rai.d that I wA eep..ell t
ORDER Of. PUB' .1CATtOte you to the bat of toy ablllt7. R KITE, MANAGER
AND SERVICE U. Olena. whoa residence. and ad4r..a > a**.uor. ... Flxme W4
l*> Unknown.Yon
.... are required te appear o.

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Christmas With the Pioneers

'I Held Deep Religious Meaning r "

CHRISTMAS on the frontier- as or a-calico doll from Santa Claus- 5K o a A o I. )s AfrX. i A7 o
of pioneer pushed But that doll, made from spare r 1 r
I ever westward to carve an empire" strips of bright cloth probably was 4 o
out of virgin plains and wildernesses more treasured than any modern o
was In marked contrast .to doll that can say "Mama,.' ge to Ny U a.
the present holiday. sleep and perhaps require a diaper. J1 II
There was more meaning then In Children who received a slate pencil I j o 17
the words of The Book \ -, O6y
concerning or a shell-box, a little affair m
shepherds In a certain country covered with shells and containing a I i o n
watching: their flocks by night. The small mirror, were the special favorites .- t 'vj' ?
solitudes, the closeness of the stars, of Santa.
the virginity of the new world and For goodies, no Christmas was i I In
Its humble people made One feel t
complete without Its pans of popcorn -
that time had stood
still. Christmas
of melasses
ropes : taffy. Y
In those days somehow seemed In rare cases there might be a bag
II much: closer to that first Christmas. ef candy. 1 I II
Those bleak plains .could be the
ones the Wise Men crossed, this the IN THE isolated cabins it wasn't'
Night and yon sleeping village, Bethlehem so easy to gather with one's neighbors I Ir
The faith of the trail breakers tot\ celebrate. There werewolves
was that of the Wise Men. In the timber and being
On Christmas Eve the pioneer caught In a sudden< storm on the
folks would gather in a crude ]little pioneer trails spelled death.
church: or schoolhouse where children Christmas in some places meanta
recited their pieces and sang bobsled ride or perhaps a square

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This is a happy occasion i (

on which to extend r ll

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to-all our friends'our a'W h 'f 11t

sincere wishes fora rb'5 'c A ir

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season of
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bright ,prosperity' I I 1

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abundant health J and songs about the birth of the Chrlit dance often followed by>a turkey 1
'. Child. Santa would hand out mos dinner coating 29 cents. 1
enduring hoppiness.John quito-bar sacks of candy a golden Gifts, If any generally were In
orange or an apple to each: one. the form of utilitarian mittens, mufflers -
and childhood rapture would make or home-made boots For the
that meager" offering truly a gift fit) women there might be a piece of
gold and frankincense. Intricate handiwork to which some

.. enterprising friend had devoted her
HOMEMADE sleds and sleighs spare time for months. CARPENTER'SYour
the snowy countryside -
Throughout the holiday season a
with sleigh bells Jingling accompaniment :- candle burned in the attic window,
H. DENMARK to the caroling of guiding late-faring travelers to shel
Jingle Bells Jingle Bell"Except
ter-the Star of Bethlehem
i on .the REXALL Drug Store
: In the forest regions, few frontier.
children enjeyed the sight of But withal these hardy folks had
Christmas tree. But always they: as much fun their
4 as great-grand '
FURNITURE COMPANY hung up their stockings: an old sons and daughters who again this Florida Registered Pharmacist! ,. I
custom of their forefathers.It year will celebrate by exchanging '
i iD
r was a lucky: boy who awoke. elaborate gifts, dancing to name Prescription Specialist
Christmas morning to !find a new bands, feasting with no worries that i
jackknife in his stocking; a lucky tomorrow there may be nothing la
girl who received a string of beads the electric refrigerator. ___J,
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*' Real tells SignificanceLegend us that a young shepherd

girl" was weeping bitterly as ?
she watched: the Wise Men on their i
way to take gifts to the Christ Child
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/7P It's good to come again; to that Season Q T _

I -- > the when old '
year acquaintances 0
r.nt aj.trauE't
r angel appeared and after ascertaining 'born, when the serenity of Christmas ,
O -
\ why the young girl" was c
( crying she waved her'wand, and joins the whole world with one predomi 0
instantly the ground was carpeted
with glittering white Christmas :g ,'noting thought- the Fellowship. -
roses. The young girl quickly: gathered .
these blooms. When she presented Man. d
her gift, the Christ Child 6 I.
1 J\ smiled, and as his Angers touchedthe vaQ / ,
white flowers the petals became < So we send to you, our 'ti -
tinged.with pink. oe J
friends and neighbors, a r
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MAY THE SPIRIT 11 hearty Christmas wish" that p"S ,

\Jrnameitrali this may be the happiest Yuletide of / ,
OF CHRISTMAS- } 9' tf,
-4 Voltage! .9I"J/I o them all, and that the New Year may lil, i ))1 J {\

r bring with it, Peace, Joy and Prosperity. j Ii
Those colored glass ornamentsthat
,"4.Jtnce) on CartfjSoobtuill we hang on our Christmasmas 9
trees used to come from Germany
Czechoslovakia and Poland.A I May Santa Remember )' Q ,
to mn"Reign small number were made In Japan. i /
( : When the war cut oil these supplies.
Ain American glass manufacturers who You Well at [hit ,
r had never bothered with these products .
) before turned part of their facilities '
unchallenged I II over to making the prettygewgaws. ( Christmastime0. r
Mechanical methods were 4/i -,'e ,
this world forever l soon developed that could blow as '' ; ,
many ornaments in an hour asa <<

more. A f European glassblower could makeIn ;.... "."
..! a month. Thus modern efficiency ," iJ
may doom this picturesque little {: ',""
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Industry carried on in the mountainous -
towns of eastern Europe. : :
Ornament making is a typical !
"cottage Industry" in the little villages .j j

that. Families cling to specialize the steep In mountainsides. certain I ,,,{.. J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS :

jllCOLD shapes and cle.IIt1p.ttem..
SS *
%\\ '!'* that may date back for hundreds of Dodge-Plymouth Sales & Service .
:years unchanged. The father, using r ,
LAWSON a bunsen burner, carefully blows 0
11 Firestone
I the thin glen tubing to the de- .. 9
# sired shape, with the aid of an Iron TEMTUBATONTs
STORAGE maUL Hlsj son .rtui( as* mold Sloe STARKE
1Mr. semam. *>.ha*enaaneoi to. a > .. "
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AND MARKET eeoOnsT table. Next the mother silvers .. .. II! s.- RiWk ., ... f.Jg .'J
the Inside and finally the
daughter applies past and perhaps '

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REETO l'iiralnean9.J7OLa Ukrainian Ote churches: c'J/omJ, both Greek 50many A (II1iutittaL1 t This Day 1,. JfnujerfJyGslt ... T ;; ;; :;) ; ;: :

Orthodox and Unlate. cling: to the y r '
ancient Julian calendar: so their ; 7' 'I'\rvrrr.ed4
s Christmas Day comes: 12 days later "':. ,,-, :. ;r
than ours, or on January 6. Christmas
TO OUR LOYAL FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Eve Is celebrated: with much with gtajneu men of old "
traditional ceremony and festivity Did tin guiding star behold;
EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY The Holy Supper or Swlata Wecera At with joy they tailed she light, f '
Is very elaborate, consisting of 12 .... .
Leading onward" teaming bright; ; s *" f ,
courses: in memory of the 12 apos :.i. .
So most grad to Lard wt .,
tles. Fish, baked, broiled and Jellied may "
,.;..... nie+ 14e+ eis+"ri +'ei++ ia+Mt e h takes the place of meat. Evermore be led to TTict. ,
: r Borsch, or beet soup Is generally \
served, and stuffed cabbage, filled Ir ;- ,
with millet or rice. Varenikl. something -. "fIi.- -
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< -cA l with joyous slept they sped '

I: fix, Via; To thai lowly manger bed .
CUSTOM There to bend the hue before
Him whom heaven and earth adore;
I So may we with willing feet
; The traditional"'practice: i 'I Ever seek thy mercy seat.

extending Season's GreetO ii l' J.A.. Charley E. Johns Agency

ings is a pleasant one for us. H std

Each year we look forward to t}) .. - -,-, -.- -
',.. ""m" J/J ,
x"i, '>" Christmas because It offers ttit Q/ll "
they offered gift most rare
"sj'.i"'suelfa ir"iff1"* splendid opportunity Poq"I At that manger rude and tare, ,av ?'r 9
!"!>'#"' W 50 may we vtth holy joy F

to express our. sincere i .ap- f? All Pure our, and costliest free from treasure tmi bring alloy 1 9 r :

preciation to each! of you. % v ttl, W i x Christ to Thee, eurheavtnly King. U t F ;J :9 GI
'A Amen Nfk }; '
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Lady Fair Beauty Salon f hke the Italian ravioli, alsoIs .

i a special usual course.pudding Dessert called consistsof kutya, J / "p. <<

,, t.I honey.made of ""wheat poppy seeds .-and J}} & If)= As we present our' greetings <<

During the Christmas Eve supper 'V this glorious Holi-
to on
some'member of every UkrainIan : 11: rJ rn r--::; }} ,0. you <<,
family throws a handful of kutyaor Ra' '.N ..G' day occasion, we offer them
pudding at the ceiling. If It sticks, e rt p..
the coming year will be a prosper.. i ".1 with happiness in our hearts O
1 ous and happy one. After supper '
r t r I a plate of braided bread called : for those about us. A very G.
,1 t i iI a i kolach. Is left on the table between r : ) '
I I ; two lighted candles. Legend says idBe: Wishes. ..t.c? Merry Christmas to all. <<,
\ I :I. ? that the spirits of the family's dead 3
will return at eat ..,.
midnight this _
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I I Ift bread.' & / ,6JWL J.am./J(1 t (tEARL'S
'\ The Ukrainian Christmas[ festival 'mQMAy
ft 1I' 1\\',, lasts three days. In the villages singers for Season of GenuIne happinessLovett's :J '- rhI known as, Krlyadnlky go from
I' .I J \ house folksongs to house relating singing the birth the Kolyadky of Christ

: and the events of his life. They f.f.fl
I \ Groceteria & Market J GARAGE
'!\ '!I'I'J J;: /f// In usually and In carry:some a cases manger they with perform them,. ,
I .ljr C miracle ,
: I II plays. They are rewarded

,I ':' 100 .by CIt8.Qt food or' ,money. T 1 .. .- .. = -
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Norwegian farmer give their .
cattle tubs of home-brewed ale on ..
& M DRIVE-IN Chrlstma Eve. ,
At midnight of Christmas Eve rp ylrirr
people in Madrid eat 12 grapes for
On State 200 4 Blocks South of Call Street good luck in the coming year.
There are 173: different kinds of
I Christmas has been celebrated on
more than 100 different days In various
parts of the world. r 4r sp y', ,
Christopher. Columbus and his r-
I men landed on the coast of Cuba on .
<< December 23, 1432, naming. the- % ,
point Navldad. N
George Washington crossed the
<< Delaware and made a successful
attack on the Hessian troops at
Trerton. N. J, on Christmas Day.
g 1776. ft 1ft"
Oliver Cromwell and his Puritan AlJ 1J
, followers abolished Christmas Dayin
i England, banning all feasting 0jti' I
, and fun. The ban lasted for seven i'llaaiClIIISJM1S
years and was lifted when Charles -
U became king..
, a 6 The needy are considered In Hungary -
at Christmastime a levy being
assessed against richer citizens so
mmR IIWM the poor may have sufficient to eat
J i and drink.

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,, '1II I Ij and, YOU

, 'I:" AND YOU!

j this Holiday bring the ,
I' May you '
utmost of Joy and may the New TO THE FINE PEOPLE OFf
J Year. bring with it success as a reward .

a .. for your every effort. You THIS LOYAL COMMUNITY
have been very considerate of this r .
institution and have made possibleour e.

J continued growth. For your .

. kindness! we wish to express our appreciation .
I and to pledge anew our

J : policy of even greater service to greetings
the community which w. serve.
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, We don't want to pass up FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE .,:
the opportunity of extending

our best wishes to each DEPOSIT 1NSCBANCE.. CORPORATION..
I J JONES DAIRYMr. i I of you. May this be m most

, and Mrs. W. P. Jones DARBY BROS. I

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I charge mm such administrator.This Street, Brunswick -
Christmas Held lath day' of November 1947.I You are Oeorrrl"" ,
I Inexpensive Gifts Can Be MARK B. HERLONG. January 12. lU8 required, In to
the abovi
i Twice Administrator of estate of Blanche .d Court and case,
Yearly O. Marlene ageceassd. tlCf leeks wherein p
Made With Christmas Cards It instead of their lit-6 4t = County Telegraph annulment shall ITS.
children par. Order In next tour t publish
L I entt were allowed to choose the i.v: my hand
coi'Ki'rv' FLOHIOAI i:* CHAN.CKHV. at and
family homesite. the tiny fishing village St.rke, FlorIda, this D. .i
of would become Gladys Gertrude Unseen Plaintiff 10. 1947.' "
In windows on Rodanthe, N. C., -
Candies placed of us have stored away in attic boxes and desk drawers, Christmas a metropolis overnlghlHera' vs J. VlriU Haven Defendant. Cane OFFICIAL- SEAL) A. 1.
to light the Christ' MOST 6179. Too
Christmas Eve No.
Child and to welcome wayfarers, from last year and the year before that we just cou'dn't bearto a place they celebrate two ORDER OF PITBLICATION By Lucille C. Conner.rsc6 C
away. Christmases & Brown
have been popular for centuries every year STATE OF FLORIDA to: J. Virgil Build., I.ow P..b
be transformed into Christmas with ,
These cards can charming gifts a Santa Claus, his reindeer icara Ftnrids
but the burning of Bayberry can. Haven, whose residence let 404 Eye Attys. for Plf

dice Is a c.trictly North American little Ingenuity:! and a minimum of time on your part. perlng over the sands of North ......-_n-_______n-_______-_,.-_..-_____________ U-U Iti
custom which dates from colonial Surrounded by myth by primitive Lampshades are always welcome-and here' a novel Idea for designing Carolina' outer banks, makes his

days. Though associated particularly peoples, the mistletoe was taken a special gift for a special person. If your friend is partial to floral arrangements first stop In Rodanthe during his

with New England, these era over by: Christians who also! wove New England farm scenes, cats-or whatever select the annual world tour on the night of

matic candles glow in window from fanciful legends around it. cards accordingly. Take a plain parchment shade, brush entire outer December 24. Hardly: have the children

coast to coast.Abbreviation. In ancient mythology the mistletoe surface with clear shellac and let dry partially Meantime brush the backof recovered from their oversup-

was the instrument of evil. the cards with shellac and expose to air for several minute until shellac ply of candy and wild duck when

The Druid of Britain believed the reaches a sticky consistency. Apply card to appropriate spots and press Santa returns in time for "Old

:X.n*4.J plant possessed healing powers. Other Christmas" which for hundreds of '

primitive people thought that mistletoe years Rodantheans have celebratedon CI.I.IJTM4'C.

Of Greek OriginThere found growing on oak had January 8. This time, however

magical powers. w Santa Is accompanied by a menacing
has been much unfavorable Taken Into Christian tradition -
over "
known "Old
ogre as Buck.
comment on the abbreviated form the mistletoe was dedicated to r--ii a u Ilri i'r

for Christmas that Is commonly the Christ Child. Adopted as symbolical IEETINCITo

r used. Many think it inappropriateand of the healing power of

undignified to use the shortened our Lord, It was used to adorn the

form Xmas. altars at Christmas. Monks of the

The explanation of its origin Is monasteries called It the "wood of our friends and customers
that the initial letter of the Greek the cross" and attributed supernatural rte
name for Christ Is X and the coincidence powers to it. The white berries .

of its cruicltorm. shape led were said to reflect the radiance Mr. and Mrs. Valrie B.
to an early adoption of this letter as I caught from the guiding star when I' KiddCompliments

the figure and symbol of Christ. X 'he Wise Men were led to the i
1* frequently found on walls of the
nanger. ..... ._._ _._
catacombs. When the early Christians - 'v. ..... --..__

wished to make representation .
a - - - -- -
of the Trinity they would place qs -

either a cross or an X beside the Come to the Bradford County

names of the Father and the Holy Trlrgraph for your office !Sup-! : s'who

Ghost. From this came the shortened pile*. Rubber band, pencils, carbon

I form Xmas, steal of Christjnas. paper, legal forms, etc. We 1

n'P have a large. eupply.rti .

I !WAN THE FIRST Since the first Christmas. card was made,

they have been saved and utilised for the making of artlstio gift.
? 'I'It Daring and since the war the demand for the cards for those In hospitals

has reached a new high. Our wounded have been supplied with takes tiro of the bad children
i if1 thousands ef cards which they use la making gifts. ff
t sf 'yOf> while Santa administers to the good.
""' Ji fe'lB 1J* "'1fce>f" '"V "** 4t T' 5>' *" K tjMWisMllsW"*!
t The historical background of "Old
down: Brush entire lampshade surface Including newly applied cards, with Christmas" is uncertain. It be
the shellac. Let dry. The shellacking be
process may repeated any number
a throwback to the Gregorian calen-
of time a* each application serves to increase the durability of the .
dar or it i may Rave started .
t lampshade. Fierce holes, about an inch apart around top and bottom
celebration of the Twelfth Nightwhen
;; edges; lace with ribbon.
the wise men came to Bethlehem I
Wastebaskets, too, make attractive gifts. The cardboard variety either
bearing gifts for the Christ
oval or square in shape can be secured in :your local 9 and 10 or depart.ment
child-that somehow got off schedule
store. Cover with plain or' 1ft wrapping. Of The SeasonMay
paper a Shellac mount a day. Elsewhere the Twelfth '. ,,
S cards. Re-shellac-as with the lampshade.
C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. Night I I. celebrated on'January 0.
Another trick I Select three cards of uniform size and theme-either But those celebration are far different this Christmas. Time be filled

religious, scenic or peasant etc. Place them in Inexpensive cardboard or from Rodanthe' "Old Christmas with all the happiness) that
wooden frames. Take a long strip of heavy satin ribbon with
sewn-on bow ," which only In recent years you ao richly deserve, Is my
at one end. Attach frame to ribbon in Victorian manner L e., one over has been supplemented by the observance ChrlxtniMwish for the people of
the other. Then sew a hook on back of bow ao ribbon may be hung from .
ChristmasTO the wall.. of December 29 Bradford County. May the true

A useful and colorful gift for the man of the house especially if he spirit of the Yuletide linger 'on

,,,- .. -. _.... ., ,'"... __,"..dI -.., happen to be a pipe smoker-is the large box of kitchen matches artistically !. NOTION OP INTENTION TO MAKE .through every day of the coming
: "camouflaged" so Mother won't object to its presence in her newly APPLICATION: FOR FINAL. IMSCHAHOK year aw a upward for your

"done over" living room. Cover all surface, with the exception of the All AUttlMISTHVTOH." : thoughtfulnesa and consideration.

I sanded striking area with strips of colorful designs taken from Christmas TO Notice ALL WHOM Is hereby IT MAY given CONCERN that I:
'" < ''''' --"" "
i cards Paste the cutout Chrlstma card designs on one or both of the :have filed my final B'n ad.minietrator
'F"uR"--Eu""N' surfaces shellac allow to and of the estate of ;
large dry repeat process.
OUR $ O. Merlon, deceased: that I have EDWIN G. ERASER
One of the simplest to make, yet most effective small gifts I I. the filed my petition for final' discharge: ,
L. bookmark. Cut out in rectangular shape, the Christmas card design of ana< that I will apply to Hon. E.

\ S. R.. JOHNS, JR. GROCERYfflekrjs your selection. Then tape a strip of good quality ribbon-either satin or Bradford K. Ferryman ntoF'.':, .Judge, at hU office of CANDIDATE FOR STATE COMPTROLLER

I grosgraln the back of the card so that the ribbon extends about threeor In the county courthouse In
Starkjs! at o'clock A. M.
four Inches beyond its bottom edge. Scotch be
tape can bought at most on 194 for approvalof
stationery and gift shops in colors, now, and It lends a more festive air than the uath'a for final dis -,- -,...,- -_ ..... ---

the usual transparent tape. Its a good idea too, to give the card a coat ------_.. _n -_ .-_n-____.___ _n_.._ _
!j or two of shellac so It will resist fingerprint md smudging.Two _- -_ .

blocks of wood painted in pretty pastels mounted with Christmas ..
l card and shellacked are Just the thing for the guest room bookends. In .
similar fashion wooden boxes can be "dressed up" with cutout floral .'.

Christmas card design to serve as cigarette container :
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t The Messiah'RanksAs .. /
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Yuletide FavoriteBest
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I SAM ROSENBERG & SON :. f f ; known of all oratorio I I. 0 "
Handel's "The Messiah" a favorite

presentation of the .
The poinsettia has no Christmas
In almost every community In ; "
legend and Its adoption.
a symbol
the civilized world choir will sing ,
or decoration for Christmas is .,
part or all of the oratorio '
of recent origin. In Spain It is knownas during "
.TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSWE the Yuletide. People in places too .
the \hoc de noche-buene. and ..:
remote to boast
a sufficiently skilled
is connected with the sentiment of
choir or soloists will hear .
SINCERELY Christmas.Its .. .
beautiful flaming star Is one 01 Messiah's" message by radio. ,..,....
the favorite flowers of the Christmas The famous oratorio was writtenby '

dtI A Merry ChristmasAND season, and its use as an Indoor dec. George Frederick Handel in Lon ,0
oration la universal. don between August 22 and September

j 14. 1741. The first presentation

A Happy New Year Legends of Holly r

Many beliefs are connected with

:MANAGEMENTAND the Christmas holly:

Legends relate that the crown of ,

EMPLOYEES OF thorns was plaited from the holly

Annis Building Supplies, Inc.GAiNESVILLE turning the white red berries like 1 1

drops at blood after e

FLA. the crucifixion.

Y whoever It is brings said that the [1R1111 EiJ6b5[

0 holly into the house it; py
first, either husband
... .
'-='- '-'-= or wife II the one QRtj s, ak tN

ensuing who will year.rule In the ,e e :

For many yeara
the superstition persisted that holly -

was hateful to witches.
It was

<< placed on doors and windows to
keep out evil spirits.

J K Ihrcl .. to the host of acquaintances +:

<< who have given us the privilegeof '

twir was In FIshamble Street Music hall.

: lloli6ay i iO
Ladles were requested to "refrain
We ar'.
told that the fir tree boss from wearing \hoops" and gentlemen
back to Eve, but It was not until the
to leave their swords at
time of Martin Lu-
; home," in order that a capacity:
CHEER ther that
1.4 CE ACAIN WE GREET THE the ever audience might swell the proceedsto
green was used as'an
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON relieve needy children and the
4 indoor decoration
of debtors' prisons a
I' of Christmas The Messiah" was given Its
Or ITS FULL MEANING. MAY D It is said that Luther English premiere before the courtat : wei i k +

IT BRING You PEACE JOY AND t? one ChristmasEve Covent Garden in March. 1743. --v

CONTENTMENT THAT WILL REMAIN wandered George II was so overpowered by
J through the woods tit, grandeur of the music portray.
WITH You ALWAYS.LEILA'S Lag the of that he
and became King Kings sprang
<< enam
oured with the wonder r to his feet in reverent acclaim at H. C. WALL
of the night _ the opening bars of the Hallelujah
DRESS SHOP He cut a small chorus, an action which led to the
modern custom.
snow-laden fir tree, and set it up In Harold C. Wall .
AND I his home for his children. He illuminated Jos E. Wilson
\Vt now have en a hand a full
it with candles to

THREE FRIENDS BARBER the star. represent I line of office suppll peas, Lila Rae Caldwell

SHOPS pencils. Ink typewriter'abbone
It was not until 1004 that. In Strass- papers
etc. Bradford County
burg. the
first Christmas tree
KCC, *!. in literature appeared Telegraph. ....


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