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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 10, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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I Farm Bureau Plans I Called Stores May Stay Board Endorses

Cage Season To Offer Prizes l I Bennett To Seek Meeting Open Thursdays



Begins Tuesday For Flans Corn were Production discussed' at the I I i Public Pulse 'f o Arrange For Before According Christmas to a schedule of holiday $25,000 Plan For



\With Home GamesThe day test Farm among night Bureau for farmers sponsoring meeting of the last countyto a con-Fri- : In Forum HereWhat Opening C of C ants Commerfe, closing Division, adopted the of the usual by Chamber the- half-day Merch-of Athletic Field ''


I closing on Thursday In optionalwith
see who could grow the most

1948 BHS basketball sea corn per acr '. E. L. Crawford, Congress should and Plans for reopening the Chamber stores on the last two A resolution approving plans

son will get under way next president of the Bureau stated should not do will be discussedin of Commerce' will be madeat Thursdays before Christmas-DeC. for 'a $25,000 Improvement pro-
I 16 and 23. Those merchants who
,week with two encounters scheduled that the contest would stimulate a public forum to be held in a meeting to be held In the gram for the Bradford High

before the Christmas holidays Interest on the part of farmersin the coxirthouae here Saturday courthouse Monday night at 8 desire. to stay open all day may School athletic field and facilities
Is not known
do so, although It
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growing a larger acreage of 8 o'clock o'clock. was unanimously adopted by the
I Coach Jimmy Hobbs announced night Dec. 11, at by
queens traditionally ride In chariots, but how many will take advantage of School Board'at its regular meet
storybook these four yesterday.Next Charles E. Bennett Congressmanelect Q. S. Newcomb, president of '

,didates for BHS Football Queen chose donkles as a means of Tuesday BHS corn.Ardell Crosby was appointed In Florida's second dis the trade group, urges that all this opportunity. ing here Monday.

when the long-eared animals recently to night boys chairman of members and prospective memo This year both Christmas and The Board's action rollowect
n.!portatlon came town to and girls teams will meet Fer- a committee to con trict.
. ti !pate in a ball game sponsored by the local American Legion nandina cagers in the Armory tact county and city boards and I I Everyone In the county is encouraged bers of the Chamber and representatives New Year's fall on Saturday. the appearance of Carl Johns,

! ,, From right to left: Doris Moncrief, Peggy Hinson, Nancy here. The first game U scheduledto business men and ask their cOoperation to attend the meetingand of all civic groups be i Although it has been customaryIn chairman of the newly organized
I Ight discussion present at the meeting. recent years to close on NewYear's Bradford County Athletic Club,
In the
and Esther Shuford. begin at 7:30: o'clock. In raising the prize take part
: money. of such matters as agricultural j "The great need for the Cham- Day, \V. H. Graham, chair- who presented an Improvement

local Friday night. Dec. 17 both Further details of the contest legislation flood control compulsory ber has been seen in the past few man of the Merchants Division, program which Included .

: teams will meet,., Baldwin will be worked out at the Farm health Insurance, federal aid weeks since the office has been! wild yesterday that some merch- the hauling of the necessary fill
boys and girls In the armory closed," President Newcomb said ants might object to closing two
Bureau meeting Friday, Jan. 7 to education labor legislation, and dirt to assure drainage sodding.
r here.'I Business men and other Interested other important Issues. "In the space of a few hours one Saturdays in a row The Chamber irrigation, and construction of a

: The 1918-49 schedule is 88'' persons are Invited to attend The meeting! here is being sponsored afternoon, between 20 to 30 cars did not Include New Year'sla 1700 seating capacity concrete
follows with the girl's II to at the office for its 1918 holiday closing schedule -
games this meeting. by the Rotary Club and the were seen stop stadium on the Bradford High
scheduled for each date exceptthe Lions Club of Starke. Information and other aid. The as it is, of course the first School Athletic Field which would

two Gainesville games: Mr. Bennett Is holding similar fact that there was no one In day of 1919.Graham make adequate provision for the
Ktrll.! here. It I.. that time again, of Sigma Omega colony of Lambda Rev. John O'DowdIs .
d oretty soon that man will Chi Alpha social fraternity at ,Soh.itluU' forums In every county seat in the office!' to help these people considered It possiblethat playing of baseball Softball, and

coming down the chimney, I Stetson University He's a I Dec. 14-Fernandlna, here TransferredReverend his district. Is'a very poor advertisementfor this matter might be nettled football, at a total estimatedcoat
at the Chamber meeting Monday "
Dec. I1-Baldwln. here our town Newcomb said. not to exceed $25,000.
that few Junior
of the fact a there, in the School of
spite
3 from last Christmas are stillg Business Hear that when Jan. Chlefland, there John O'Dowd, pastorof Waterfowl Season The Board of Directors feels night."Pay", Mr. Johns stated that It was

around unpaid Harley Dr. (Sonny) Haynes, now prac- Jan. 8-Gainesville, there St. Edward's church of Starke that some plan for keeping the the opinion of the Athletic Club

r.g Is doing his bit to put ticing in Madison, asked one of Jan. 11-Kelterlinus, here for the past three years, has been Opens TodayFlorida's Chamber office open must be Dances that the Board could sponsorthe

,m the mood by having a repll- his patients, after some dental Jan. 14--Palatka, there transferred to St. Paul's church, devised before the tourist season project and authorize the is.
Jan. IS-Lake Butler, here Arcadia. Father P. J. Doyle of 30-day migratory ;wa- gets in full swing.
of a pipe organ Installed In work, if he had an Ice-pack, the finance of interest bearing revenue
Jan, 21-Gainesville, here Jacksonville assumed the terfowl ficivon opens today, and
his store which will pastorate certificates in the amount not to
,nt of suffering one replied no, but that
lit,t carol recordings from now he had a deep-freeze! Katie Jan. 25-Macclenny, there here on Thursday. Director Ben C. Morgan, State Election SaturdayFor Barred From USO exceed $2 ,poO and that these
Fresh Water Fish Commission -
nl Christmas eve A very Waiawrlght was the lucky winnerof Jan. 28-Palatka, here Members of St. Edward'schurch Game and certificates would then be paid
reminds h.. nters of new Ag Program .
Feb. a
Chlefland, here ,
t touch to the holiday atmosre the dress given away at Leila'sSaturday gathered In the Pariah annually from proceeds derived
Hear that between Another will be Feb. Fernandlna, there house after mass on Sunday to twist In the federal regulations 1949 CommitteemenBradford At Its regular meeting here from the sale of reserved seat
Feb. 8-Waldo, here bid farewell to their governing gun plugs. Monday the School Board receiveda tickets
) anJ 300 kiddies were on handLflla's given away during Christmas Spiritual I to athletic home games.iIn :
Saturday afternoon to week, and I'm keepln" my fingers Feb. Hawthorne, here leader who has served them so Effective this weaaon, duck, County farmers In recommendation from the his opinion, Mr. Johns said, the,
Feb. 15-Lake 'Butler, here' his geese and coot hunters will be the- 1948 Agricultural Conservation Trustees of District One to the
ret Santa and tell him whaty I crossed '. faithfully during pastoratehere. Improvements would not actually
Feb. 18-Ketterllnus, there required to use a plug that can- effect that no organization
want in their stockings He was presented with a Program will meet In the cost the Board a dime and wouldbe

mtmas morning Word leaked out at a recent Feb. 22-Macclenny. here beautiful travelling bag by the not be removed without dissembling courthouse Saturday morning at be allowed to use the USO financed entirely from the sale

I dinner party that a certain per [ Feb. 25-Alachua, here congregation during the reception, the gun, Morgan pointed out. I 10:30: o'clock to elect their committeemen building for any public dance to of reserved seat tickets.
Large Squad Out The new rule was made, he explained which admission fee Is .
An charged.And
FlaoJl: Girls, you'd better be on son has nicknamed her little Mexican as a memento of the occasion. for 1049. Mr. Johns stated that work,
Coach Hobbs reports that 35 after federal wardens' discovered The will administerthe that no dance except one
elected
The refreshment table
was over- men
behaviour and
ur best wear chihauhau "Fletch Burnett" must however In
begin soon, order
r sweetest smile for the next Wife Alma thought It too boys are out for basketball and laid with an Imported lace cloth many hungers used a Conservation /"rogram, the sponsored by the school or a to have the Improvements

V r lays A secret committees good a story to keep back and that enthusiasm for this sport and centered with a long arrangement trick plugging gadget that couldbe I Tobacco Marketing ,QUota Pro- school agency be allowed In the ; completed In time for the football ,

appointed from the Lionsub spilled the beans to the guests Is unusually high this year He of yellow and orange Inserted or removed at amompnt's gram. and will set the Irish potato building." season next fall. lie said

Wednesday to pick a can- See that Dr. Adams has Is pleased to have the five following pompoms, flanked by burning notice. goals within the limits pre- The recommendation was signedby that the Athletic Club already
players back: who saw A- Dally shooting hours on water II. C. Chairman S. A. ,
Harley, ,
scribed
yellow by Congress.It
tapers.
this
ate to represent countythe moved his offices from West Call has plans on foot to borrow or,
Gator Bowl game In Jack- to the new hospital addition on squad action last year: Frank In his farewell sermon Sunday, fowl will continue from a half- is necessary to be present In Weldon, and L. A. Green., trusteesof rent dragline equipment for the
Dryden, center; George Winkler, Father O'Dowd said that the hour before sunrise until an hour order to cast vote and all District One. |11 i
a ,
r.ville on New Year's day Madison They have a lovely people purpose of starting to fill in the
guard and Arthur ,Winkler Van before sunset except on opening ;
e lucky lass will be announced there-big reception room, ; of Starke :would always remain farmers In the program are urgedto The recommendation was approved -
setup field In the near future.
Priest, and Jim forwards day when shooting will not be
the Telegraph next week etc., and Dr. Hembree will move Godwin close to his heart as it was attend the meeting by the Board
here in Starke permitted until 12 o'clock noon. Those a. committeemen Roland M. Stuart president of The Board agreed' to: pursue
ar that Rev. Ben Montgomery, Into the same building In a weekor that he served now, serving -
Others .who look promising are: his Dally bag limits are set at 4 Rosier the' Whispering Pines) Motorcycle the Investigation of the proposed
ncr Starke Methodist pastor, Have word from Ray first, pastorate. are: James chair- ;
so Roswell Kelly and Bert New- ducks, 1 and 15 coot. Possession plan and adopt a favorable resolution. -,
goose Club, before the Board
appeared
L.
[dyed a very nice Christmas Parker, who has been in the Mer- Father O'Dowd has made a host man, D. Green, vice chairman,
rt the other day when his chant Marine since 1945, that he comb forwards; Jack Hazen, of friends in Starke and it i la is limited to two day'sbag and Z. W. Hamilton. R. H. Green and requested the use of the USO .

of Stewards In' Madison enlisted two weeks ago in the Ralph Wise, John Kline, Paul with deepest regret to see him. on duck and one day's' bagon Jr. has served ,as alternate. building for the purpose of sponsoring >,
Carter, and Carl Carter, guards geese and coot..
; leave. dance to which admission Council Grant
seated him with a 1949 maroon Air Force and would like to hear '
and James Phillips, center.. Dove season will not open until '' t ,
|brd sedan! Now If SaataI friends at would be charged. "
of his old
from
some .
I
I Lewis Haines, a.laat.1ftI' man, December 18. I Fourth Pecan Sale -'t The poard denied this "eques'In f Pay Increase ... ,
just do something ilka that his new address: Pvt. Raymond; Lions 'To Choose
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will be"unable" to plajVftt' least .., ,... i accordance with" the p'revtoui .
r me! E. Parker AF11184067, 3737 Tng. Held Here ,Last Week 'Fo l: Street Workers
early In the season, because'of
Maid of Honor'
Sqdn., Fit. 3862, Lackland Air Farming Vets recommendation oti the ,Trustees. ,

Our own Judge Ferryman Force Base, San Antonio, Texas I a football injury. Jack Eaves For Gator BowlA Elect OfficersThe Fourth pecan' sale of'' the sea Also at this meeting the Board :tnC meeting' held..Monday

silted off with prize money for a promising newcomer to BHS son was held at the Starke State received from the Trustees the night instead of the regular

gh (arne, 256, in the Classic sprained his ankle Sunday and maid of Honor to participateIn Farming Veterans of Brad. Farmers Market on Thursday, recommendation of John Joca as scheduled time Tuesday night the
will also be out of
the
ague Series, Gainesville Bowl- Ju..t had a couple of flashes v early the court of Queen Ulaila II ford County held their regular Dec. 2, with a slim' volume of principal of the Brooker Junior City Council granted pay raises

K Asan.! Just completed bringing me up to date on the lineups.Coach Hobbs at the Gator Bowl game in Jack monthly meeting Friday night, 6,917 pounds bringing growers a High School, effective Jan. 3, to a number of city employes,
that the
dge had a 170 average for thet Sewell family Jimmy left public will give hopes the basketball sonville on New Year's day will Dec. 3, at the local high school. total of $709.37. 1949 until completion of the voted to have the black and white

half of the 1948-49 season last week for Milwaukee Wls.wfiere team enthusiastic be selected here before Decem- The following officers were It Is not known at this time 1948-49 term. The recommendation Silver Spring danger 'signs removed -
Just as
He and son, Comer, play one he Is now on the staff of was given the football supportas team. ber 15 by a secret committee appointed elected to serve for the next six whether the volume of nuts still was accepted.Mr. from city streets, and refused --

Hughes Supply Co. team the Inland Sugar Company He has some material at the Lions Club meet- months: unsold Is sufficient to Justify Joca will succeed principal to'rescind an agreement
promising
uch! won over the other four Gayle has resigned after two and fans to Ing Wednesday night. President-M. D. Harrell another auction.So Harmon Morgan who will leave reached by member. 'Monday afternoon .
may expect see
rtlCili'ating' teams In the first years as dietitian at Grady Hospital some good contests. Mayor J. P. Roberts presenteda Vice President C. Pringle far this season a total of the school to assume his duties to resume blowing of the ,

If of the season playoff in Atlanta and Is now assistant letter he had received from the Secretary-Francis Meng 84,426 pounds has been sold as County Superintendent of Pub time signals at the city light {f

t half of the season begins to the administrator In the chairman of the Gator Bowl festivities Treasurer-Frank L. Tomlinson through the market, bringing lic Instruction on Jan. 1. and water plant. ... .

3 Surely will miss seeing dietary department of Orange Starke May Hear asking that a Maid of Reporter-Dan Harley growers an estimated $10,230.45. It was stated that the meeting t

pthr O'Dowd around Call Street General Hospital, Orlando Honor, "under 25 years of age, Insurance Treasurer. T. In 1946, the last "good" year, ADDRESSESOF was held Monday night instead ',

He preached his last sermonre Big game hunters in the Gulf beautiful and gracious", be selected Wainwright a total of 250,000 pounds was INTERESTFrom of Tuesday night because 8Om.f:\

Sunday morning and by theiffin' Hammock from Tuesday until 3 Whistles SoonPossibility to represent this community at Social I Committee-demons, sold through the market here fora of the members had, planned a j f>

in the congregation that Sunday this week include Billy the game. Eunice, Alderman. estimated return of $85,000. time to time the Tele- hunting trip.

tammg I Judge I'm not the only and Stanley Noegel Buddy Bishop The young lady chosen and her graph receives new addresses and The five city street workers

T e who'll miss him Little B. T. Thomas, Ben Rowland, escort will be guests of the Gator whose salaries ranged from $30 f
rd tells me that 5.0 from his Houston, and Red Alvarez that Starke may Bowl Association at the NewYear's change of address of subscribers to $10 '
week
Harry per were given a $5 j
arch soon have three whistles to tell County Boards Asked To Provide that will be of Interest to their
signed i
a telegram Bent raise
residents "when to do what" ,was game. friends. We will make a practise making their pay>> range f
the Bishop pleading to keep The Lions Club committee will from $35 to $49.: i'

allier O'Dowd here, but, to no 1 Guess' I'd better sign off now seen this week In an announcement make its selection during the of publishing these' addresses at Salary of A. L. Alvarez. safety j I'
Intervals In the future.
vail by Roy Ward, local drug- Free Bus For Studentsands ,
He left for Arcadia I week and the lucky lady will be University patrolman at the school ,
Santa building.
fedneadayatiilatlon and write my letter to gist, that he plans to install a announced In the next issue of C. C. Dees from Alachua to
raised from
was
$75
monthto
Claus So long See you In steam whistle with "an ear pleas- the I O'Brien, Fla. per
Telegraph.
)( to C. W. Col- the next Ing tone" on a boiler at the former Bradford may become the first of dollar to the home com Mrs. C. L. Hill. 216 Arrow recently$88 to given conform members v'ith of the raise ,

n who's been elected president I -Carolyn I Dr. Adams office on West county In the state to run an munity. He also stated that an Immediate -I Highway. Claremont, Calif. police department. regular -'

u Call Street. "Education Limited" bus to the benefit would be felt in Pfc. Frank Rosser, Br. P. O.
Ward stated that his whistle University of Florida In Gaines trade channels because students No. 1, Chanute AF Base, Ran- Salary of Mrs. Carolyn KInney I

I ittlemen Begin Looking For Fences would be blown at 10 a.m. and ville dally for the convenience of who might otherwise move out of II toul, Ill clerical worker In the City Clerk'
office raised
3 to herald "the that Cpl. Robert Johns, 35th Mot. was from $190 .to
Governor-Elect Warren Issues Warning p.m. pause I students who cannot, for financial town for the school year would $160 month.
refreshes" other words, "Coke reasons or otherwise, resideIn then be able to stay at home. Veh. Sqdn.. 35th AB Gp., APO per
time". I 991. San Francisco. Calif.S. Fees paid to the Mayor were
Several Luckie said "I Gainesville during the semester -
Bradford stock. Representative ---- The Board
County Went record raised
on from
moved this as J. Futch R. F. D. $2 to $3 per case.
,en House ,will Dr. Adams week year, 147, 'I
are reported<< to be buying feel positive the passa A '
favoring this proposal unanimously committee from the Farm'
Box 160
offices In the South Jacksonville. Fla.
Into new Shady- i
about the
wture know
and others are scanning bill. I don't Outline of plans for operatingsuch Bureau '
h, I will do damndest crest Hospital annex and his I and further agreed that if I H. P. Hoerig, 2819 N. 62nd St., was present and asked
market bus the
for wire fence Inlew Senate, but my a was presented to that the
former office Is being convertedInto I sufficient Milwaukee 10, WIs. city cooperate In a plan
funds
of the senators to were received
Governor-elect FullerBarren's to pursuade School Board Monday by Foster to offer 'I
for the
prizes
- - - - most
corn
for the Mrs. Elma Scaff 806 TurnerSt.
laboratory manufacture ,
a -
recent advice to get Join with Fuller. of Shi Smith, former principal of from the Florida State Racing ., Clearwater Fla. grown per acre in Bradford County .

oady to fence their cattle In. He said 35 House members had pharmaceutical. his' FIGHT TB BHS and at present (until the Commission over and above the this spring. The contest will I
It Mr. Ward carries out Stanley A. Tullsen moved from
'It now appears reasonably told him they would Join in co-In- stated plan this will be the third Buy Christmas SealsMrs. first of the year) an administrative amount Included In the 1948-49 Rt. 2, Starke, to 226 Seagate St., be sponsored by the Farm Bureau

nain.. Warren said, that the troducing the bill; that 23 others signal whistle currently blowingIn assistant In the office of budget, that these funds be ear- Neptune Beach Fla. and Is designed to stimulate Interest .1'
49 Legislature would not co-Intro- J. R. Wainwright, county County Superintendent of Public ,
will make It un- have said they Starke. i A. L. Sullivan from Rt. 1, In increasing corn acreage. !
wrul of the 23 chairman, that returns Instruction In presenting the marked for the specific purposeof
for but that some announces Mrs.
livestock to at duce it, R. S. Fernandez
run Last week the orlgnal "Willie"was I Starke, to 440 NW 73rd St., a resident
lrge in Florida. were In favor of It. acquired by the Hartmann during the first two weeks of the plan Mr. Smith, was not actingIn providing a new school bus Miami Fla. of the light plant neighbor.; j
'1 Christmas Seal Sale, totaled 311. any official capacity, but simply for this
therefore feel- Co. project. It was pointedout hood was present and asked that
It my duty Novelty &: Furniture and ls H. L. Starling, 7122 SW 42nd
I 0 make a friendly suggestion Lurid said he had been working being blown as a factory whistleat 10. as an individual Interested In however, that state regulations St.. Miami, Fla. the signal whistle be moved to j\
Chamber of Commerce "The Junior Woman's Club furthering educational opportunities -
owners of livestock that they with the State 8 am., 12 noon, 1 p.m. and 5 would prohibit the Board H. W. Lappe from Starke to another location. Members of the
hardware stores mailed out TOO letters containing for young people In this
Pn getting ready to fence their calling p,m. from paying operation and main- General Delivery, Carlsbad, N. M. Council stated that. as the whistle '"

OW9, hogs, horses, sheep' and and manufacturers on prospective In the meanwhile, the City 200 seals and 30 bonds ranging I county. tenance costs of such a bus sinceit Mrs. R. M. Johnson, Box 68, I is blown by compressed air there III|!I
"and the results from 13 to 150 Nov. 22. '
". delivery dates of wire Council decided Monday to resume on I It was recommended. that the could not be considered a part Waldo Fla.J. are no facilities for blowing It'

"If the procuring of and are disappointing. Manufacturers blowing the new. Florida ilrs. Wainwright urges those i Board working In conjunction of the county school transportation Mondus, Rt. 1, Box 56, In any other available location R'
wire of metal who have not to J.
because yet responded
'* say that, Council members stated that aini>.
w for whistle which with
fencing should be started East Coast Railway the Board of County Commissioners system.Mr. Starke, Fla. -
cant makea do so at once before they misplace I
n shortages, they Just the voters had U'
and mounted approvedbiowlng
little hardship will be date." was purchased on the seals and forget about them.In initiate plans for the Smith also appeared before the
delivery whistle
special
'Ork'd! the and water plant to by an overwhelming
on stock owners :when a that light this county the seal sale purchase and operation of a the County Commissioners, asking Gum FarmersTo
majority In
aw report the
Some legislators Willie. It Is recent special
alalnat( livestock replace now being their I
Uge becomes effective.running at wire Is scarce at present and that' blown at 7 am., 12 noon, 1 p.m., funds of constitute the the sole support school bus which would begin a the expense assistance of the bus In, which financing he Get Payment election, the city felt obligated to
Tuberculosis Assocla-
"It now had to' premiumsfor I and 3pm.With proposed route at Lawtey'and carry out their wishes. :
seems they have pay estimated would ''i
very likely that tion's control projects which include run around For 1948 PracticesThe
whatever law the legislature delivery of various lots with i three whistles callingthe an expanded educational pick up students at Starke, Hampton $1,000 for the regular and sum Coy Stevenson. Camp Bland-'I

than passes wiU take effect not later which to fence their own holdings. signals, there will be no excuse program through visual aids, assistance and Brooker, transportingthem ,. mer sessions at the University. Naval Stores Conservation I ing fire plans chief,for appeared and presented '
cooperation be
owners Ol'tober 1. 19..9. So stock for anyone of not knowingthe to families In which there to the University each morn- [ His proposal met with a generally Program for 1948 will close on tween the fire departments ;,

get have nearly a year to Farm Bureau correct time day. i is tuberculosis, and aid to Bradford Ing and back home each after- favorable response, but the Com January 15, 1949. ThIs program, Starke and the Camp In case of of
ready for its coming." County residents who missioner stated that It wouldbe provides payments to gum farmers '
are It need
Elimination noon. was suggested that one of by either. Mr. Stevenaon'
tock of roaming liveon Meets TonightTo World Situation patients in state hospitals. of the students could operate the Impossible to Include funds for for conservation practices* on plans were approved by the Court
from
*
public highways was this purpose In the current budget turpentine farms having tractsor ,
bus for a nominal sum. cil. "
Discussed At
RotaryA
of the major planks in WarYen's Set QuotasA since It was already made up and drifts of faces Installed during i ,
plalform.p. Recent Deeds Mr. Smith stated that such adopted.
or after the 1949
special meeting of the Bradford talk on the international service :would give many would- season. Recent Births

C'har..:; : Farm Bureau Is scheduled situation by Lex Green featuredthe Recent deeds recorded In the be students the opportunity of Mr. Smith had hoped to have I Any gum producer who feels ,

County who Luckle, of DuTal for Friday night. Dec. IT, at 7 luncheon meeting of the Rotary Court House were: attending the university who could the bus In operation during the that he can qualify In the pro GERALD LYNN JACKSON & I

tempts' to get has made five at- o'clock In the courthouse, W. )to Club Wednesday. The speak Van H. Carden of Warrlngton, not otherwise afford It.. It would next semester at the Universityand gram and has not been contactedby Mr and Mr*. William Noab' ,

'4e ks and a fencing law on Edwards, secretary of the organization er predicted a victory by the Fla. to James Cannon. Starke: also greatly benefit married GI stated, following his meeting a Naval Store Inspector this Jackson of Hampton announce''!' I
at should In touch
Is mak. year get with
present one
ing Wednesday Communists In China, and stated Lot at SW corner of Thompsonand students who the '
a Btxth stated nave difficulty in with the two Boards, that it birth of a son. Gerald Lynn !
-.ul have attempt aaya that h. "At that time quotas for the that the democracies of the West South St. In Sect.. 28, Twp. finding housing for their familiesIn might be possible to raise the Immediately.In The nearest Inspector on Dec. 1 at the Shadycvest" Hos-li,)
mimeographed this) county i* Arthur A. J
but a new must band to- 6 So. 22E.
for will be set. ern Hemisphere Range the crowded university city. He $500 for Its P'tal. '
distribution 1949 farm program necessary operation |
'mb.r, The Mr. Edwards said, "and plans gether stated that the operation of the during the next semester by (
I, effective date Is Oct.. announced that the H. Moncrlef Ralford Lots 5 fl Palatka. Fla.Information. Mr. and )( 3. O.
1919. will be completed for our ,corn was : A bus would pay enormous. future public subscription If the Commissioners I rat Shadcdck
and Board of Directors of the Club of Blk. 13. Gasklns addition to dividends to the since concerning the of Lafayette Street announce th
All members county found it *
UuBnme contest.. Impossibleto til
: cattlemen. Some have protested prize Interested are asked to at- will meet tonight (Friday) at I Starke In Sect. 29, Twp. 6 So., every man and woman with a appropriate funds for this pur.pose. able 1949 program will be made avail birth of a daughter on Nor. ,29
are in favor of others to gum farmers In the near at the
'tIIc1nr; some are not. tend." ley the Lake.Nasworthy cottage on Kings- Range 22E. coUege education is worth thous- future. tal. Jacksonville Naval Hospi' .


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'l t 't' ,if} i son In the kitchen. Nice letter P.ndell. whose residence l Is unknown. Order\\' In next mY hand and official' seal ny Haven Crosby. D, C. fl. ". t1lit':' '
you arer.qlllr..d to appear on Mtarke.. Florida this .Nov8niuerUFFlciAL John J. lleudemou\ Kat|., St. AugunAtVy. I III "I
:' ; : hi from Joeann Lang of Lutz. Fla December 27. UH, In the above at FIIJ 'I" '
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; ,"t) It- Bradford County t TelegraphESTABLISHED I. c51.r; Hill and, they are busy and happy numrd plaintiff. Court neeka. and divorce.cause, Ilradford wherein ( Am PEAL Clerk) of A .J, .fhomnj, .. for'Flf. ll-Z4t 12-17 2f fJT'I V' *"'' .'i "*

are staying with Walter's shall publish this ; ; ''i 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNCH-EDITOK. They : County Telegraph ..llVltnviia I By haven Crosliv. l>, f, IV: TilE 'IRC1..r Coy, ItT OP "IThttp' ,. "", .
\. --I:' ". By Lura Biirirewt :M hrPonca aunt. She la sending: me a picture Order\ I In. next rnv hand four and w* official>; .""ue.seal II (). Brown.laike, F Ia. FI.1>IIII> \, KIOHTM .n;ICI\l..L hlool: rh., laid '. J. .

\ jn 'ii' '.., PubUAhf'd' Every Friday and Entered M Second I Nebr. of her sister, Genevla who at !",ork.. Florida this November Atty. fur Tit. ___ 11-1.1;; 12-10 I ( IHClir> ( H.IV'n AM. !IV> 'KOH iItVI.i1k Ilnvii.KOIII You peal' Ire,1\\ III ,'II".r: ''rd'r r...

.J i ...f. C1ai Matter at the Pont Office at Starke Ma. S S S S S a a passed away not long ago. She 23. 1948.OFFICIAL.. SEAL) A, J. Thomas, NO'T I C K IN READOPTION: OF JOHN: EDWIN iha. Otl -.10 da, ". "I
( I ., Genevia's Is beautiful ( IS HEREBY;: (i1VF3 TO 19H. JIo.t.
VI'I: says baby a of Bald Court. NOTICE 8TUARTTE: : BENTON. 0)1111'0' ,
. -- Wherein we eat 1'011I turkeyand Aa Clerk ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCUKN;: : '.'...J !MTATM OF KL.WIIIUTNOTirK tsaid' 1 PCttt9ner 'n t a\l.\
child and Mrs. Padgett Is Haven Croeby D. C.
MEMBER4 By Th.it all debtors and creditors or con fo.".... "I
1 1948 for the coming II. Dou..hu.. 805-507 Lynch TO A rr.:\II bt
prepare X.uch II ..
to
care of it. Hazel and of Edna M. Knight are
good
taking the estate .
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rurth.
oj ..... Hldir., Jacksonville, Fla. Estate, TO: HARRY ORADY BENTON. ..
C'hrlstnuM 'IOn. file their. claims awulnst the ord"r ',e ,, r o....
12-17 I' :
Carson Grlffis of HIJhland H-26 4t whose residence
spent Atty. for Plf. and address J la un for 'I.h'd
'If&:: t duly sworn to. with the County I' III '"'
iI' Months \
Six 1
BobscrlpUon $:.30 Annually '1M For known. \1
I Here Is a feast ambrosial and Thanksgiving with Carson's folks Judge. of Bradford County Florida It tile Rradtord '"'''UII..
,!. ,11411 had dinner and went iv ('IfU".T {(91111' nnti>FoitifOtXTt. > on or before eight months,' from the WHEREAS appear In that newspap.1, 'unlr T,
They a big certain It .
(" ) "' ,t. i: _ _ _ _ _________________________________ serene hunting. They have been on a '. FLOIIIUtl 1'11 1 CH\-, first .publication of. this NOTICE, or circuit court cause of now the pending eighth judicial In the bll..h.d d.t.17th. I, n'adle. ....
'f ", 1, Of mixed delights behind a porcelain ', cIit% the same will be barred by Statutesof circuit of Florida In and for Brad' Co,
nice fish fry and flshlngr'trip toDoctor's rrIg' Tempi TNIxiarcl.' Plaintiff vaJullua .: Limitation ford County In Chancery, O\TEn .U
1 ? : \ ,' i A CHANCE TO HE HEARD! door. Lamar llllzzurd Defendant. : He Witt C Jones. Administrator. M L. Urlffla and his wife, wherein da, .f Iark p
; Inlet. Letter from Mrs. Pauline' S'iV'mb.r
In the all 11-19 U 12-10 (
', The drumstick fingers, I'a.. No. 6989.ORDER OrlfflH for the OF'Fle'IAL 4l
tq
> t''.'; : ,I't ; Frequently it has been charged that our representatives unseen. Louise Browning of Starke who OF PUBLICATION I l\ I lift I P 'CO_M'T, liii un'onn John Edwin pray Stuartte Benton adoption that of. Clerk'-, "'ir'ut::4lL! 0\ ;

"ft't t; ::1)) in Congress are not close enough to the people to know The bedroom slippers noiselesson would like sewing if anyone has AND' NOTICE TO APPEAR: Julius, ('01'Vl'l, KI.OIIIII IN ('II.II.C the said Is the John minor Edwin child Stuurtle of Benton -I' A. 7. Alkin( ,, Jr Florida 0"unl
8TATK OF FLORIDA : the
said
.4t1.q't ;' I the needs and desires of their constituents. After they have the floor. any to do. Down In Miami, Mar f..aniur Hllmard. whose realdenc.1I. KISY.Toni 1.oehier, Plaintiff vs. Howard Harry Grady Benton and that the It"rn"j'U-19 for Petttitt

,I'' ''t;;: been elected J. in some instances it has been said that the and ?arette Cring cooked a big la unknown.You. required to appear on Koehlvr. l>ef..ndant, Case No. 6961. !!r.a..____._.._ -...... __. _. 4t IM( "
No waiter eyes us, casual Thanksgiving dinner and had herhusband's are ORDER OF. I'L'BLIOATIOVAND w _..... .. l
Si ViW ,,.
' h'" J>people saw neither hide nor hair of them until next election December 27. 1048 In the above NOTICE TO APPEAR: EPS-jCr ative -
rude parents over to eat named Court and cauae wherein OF' HowardKoehler *
STATE FLORIHA' to:
'fJj ,f J'ln", !k Pj II ,, time. No music blares, no dancers whirl They had a nice time. plaintiff erka divorce and restor- whose residence la: 2302 ,, ,
, itlon of maiden name. Bradford T, 29. N. Y.
Avenue Brooklyn
} Charlie Bennett elect from and
representative the second leap;
tIL Helpful hints I have strung County Telegraph shall publish this You ar erequlred to appear on December -
: 'j Instead there Is enfolding quietude Order' In next four weekly Imbues. 20, 1948. In the above named ; Her A $10.50
. district has made a good start in overcoming this situation pop corn for our Xmas tree. ThatIs Witness mv hand and official seal Court and cause, wherein plaintiff f', Creme

... ( fun to string If you Imagineyou At Htarke: .Florida thin November seeks divorce. Bradford County
i.1'!tl'i"l'; '; and if he goes to Washington uninformed of the needs and A sense of warmth and shelter, are young again and have ':.1, 1948. Telegraph shall publish. thla Older ff Permanent And Get

: ( ,:;, desires! of his constituents it will not be hte fault for he is coming sleep.Helen children about with you. I havea (OFFICIAL A SEAL* Clerk) of A, aid J. Thomas.Court. In next four mv weekly han'4 ant Issues.Witness official. seal. One

,d} r :i:4.?,L I. ; giving the people every opportunity to meet with him and F. Stlckney. good Imagination. Also a sense ny aoh Haven II TJou.la.lOG507 Crosby. D/ C. Lynch ut 10, Hmrke 1 1949.: .'Iorlc a. this November r FREE ForYourself

; .1 4\1 r '' 'I' r' discuss their problems in the traditional open forum manner. Just a bit of the cold turkey of humor which comes in handy. Blrtir,for Jacksonville Plf. Fla 11-28 4t 12-17 (OFFICIAL SEAl ) A, J. Thomas ,
\
Atty.
An C erk of said Court.
Try boiling a slice of lemon in ,
: ; Mr. Bennett will hold forum left from Thanksgiving. It has By Haven Crosby r:>, C. ,4
,.f' W tt ttrrJ a in the courthouse in the I ; ,
: percolater if It is aluminum .
been so good and I am sorry It iv nun'IT rui HT. nnmFonnrotT Charles. H. Hexn 20 .O& Guaranty
,L 1 :ti t .(t ;, Starke this Saturday night at 8 o'clock and the citizens of the Is gone. I am debating whetherto Makes it sweet smelling and ", FI.OIIIUII., IN tnNt Life Rid* Jacksonville Fla.I n For The

1 i: i: :." '! county should welcome this opportunity to meet and discuss order one for Christmas. I bright. Try shellac on pine cones 'KHY.Marvaret. Ifnllhan KliiK. Plaintiff, ,I Atty for Pit -- 11-19 4t 1210iv

> 1t 1' "/ Issue of does not get out and stick red hot candy In the .. Charles K. King, Defendant c'inn IT <.0.1' niturnitiTierce > <<
: ;> ;4't I : :? importance with the man who is to represent them guess our boy I v. iieoro-e .. Holidays!
.
to drive shellac. Tie them on the tree Case No. 69D7ORDKK ( 01 % i %. .0.1 tii tSt !II-
; ." ."'Ir,;:,; [l in Washington, at least for the next two years. of school soon enough I for different. I OP PI'BLTCATIPV iitv.:
; t home. Anyhow I have our tree something AND NOTICE TO APPEAR J, Powers, Jr.. Plaintiff, vs. ,
: : :' I Mr. Bennett is to be commended for his inauguration tomorrow Digger Is such Frances D.: Powers, Defendant.: Case
J and perhaps we can a happy dog STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ooorge"hurles
\ :, ; ,j '\L of these forums an indication of the sincerity with which E. Klnn, whose re.'d..nt.e'' No. $9611.oitrER( '
He
, I put it up. Christmas Is always always seems to feel good OF PI'nLICATION A $21 Value
H Keystone Valley Farm, A\y oxPennsylvania. Q
i t ::1. ,, I; he is undertaking his new responsibilities as representative such a busy time and a happyone. He likes to go walking with me. : ANt 0.NOTICF.' FLORIDA: TO APPEARSTATH to: FrancesI .

;' ; I I' in Congress. I have been making Christmas He seems to have the most fun. You are required to appear above onDecember >. Powers whose. residence Is: 1710
lOU, In the
: '; presents and to-day am send We have a new moon at night named Court 27. and cause. wherein Crotona Park East. Bronx, N. Y. For

1:: : ;' ing the first box to California. now. It lights up the night with plaintiff necks divorce and restor December You are 20 required 1944, In to the appear abovenam..d on f $10.50
i PURE atlon of maiden' name. Bradford
::,rL: ; ,,:.,1, ; ;i. CANE SYRUP Next got to Indiana. I already the snow. Here is my molded County Telegraph shall publish thlOrder plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein

.\ ''f<< {', It q :sow that the cane grinding season IS. here and the 'have the box from my son and salad that Is red with cranberriesfor Witness In next niv hand four. and weekly official Issues.seal County Telegraph shall publish: 1\ thisOrier -
.' I ), ; I wife. Have several Christmas! .Chrlstmas. 1 Package of ,In next four weekly Issues.Witnese r
' at Stark. Florida thla November
warm. sweet smell of cooking syrup arises from the big iron hand and officialseal

:; #. : r ;if::t1Jft. ) kettles throughout rural Bradford County we know just Its cards.way.Yes We Christmas still have la the well snow on cranberries cherry Jello., 1-2 1 cup ground fresh ground orange 21(OFFICIAL: 1944. As SEAL Clerk) of A, said J. Thomas Court, 113 nt. Starke 1944.OFFICIAL. my Florida this November j S| YES That's Right! Bring a Frien

r \ how the editor of the Baton SEAT. A, J. Thomas,
)
'< ( Rouge Evening Advocate felt on the ground. It has melted some peel> and all. Add one-forth cup By Haven Crosbv, D. C. ( As Clerk of said Court.
l' ;r when he sat down at his typewriter and pecked out the following and half Ksrh H Dona-las.. no.S-507/ Lynch Haven B And Get A
' 'i and Is not quite so deep. The sugar one cup canned Hldif. Jacksonville, Fla.' Bv Crosby, D C. F-R-E-E Permanent!!

:SI, $ xi ft. ... paragraphs: sparrows are here and a bird I rprlrfarl nlnofirtnla' 3.4- ftm- -rifpari' Atty for }'If. 11-26 4t 12-17 Charles Life 'Bid*R.. Jacksonville Hess. 204-05, Fla Duaranty

:-"t, )''' A group of Louisiana cane syrup manufacturers now are running call a chlck-a-dee. :My canary elery. Dissolve the Jello nand one Atty. for Plf. 11-19 4t 12-10 I -1
iv riKCTrr ro..tlT. nit 'OFono
. \' J 4 i a contest, participants, In which are Invited to write letters on thei1' sings so sweetly tho while we eat one half cups hot water. COI %"I'T, Fl.OIIIUtl IN cii.t.KIt :'\ NO TICK I i
breakfast.At Let cool and add the cranberry C' : Y. NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
t; 1' subject of "Why I Like Louisiana Pure Cane Syrup." Well that's a mixture and the celery. Stir well.Place rtladys M Parrlsh. Plaintiff vs ALL \HOM IT MAY CONCERN: | SPECIAL ON UNTIL DEC. 24tl
'II %k; .1'I little tougher than It looki. Personally we wouldn't know Clay Hill they have had Itoy F Parrlsh. Defendant. Case That all claimants anil debtors fflt 'im
**i a *
exactly i
ai mi m
in molds and
in 8956. of .
0 serve No. the Estate of William B Andrews # m
I ; g' 'I' how to go about starting a letter like that. It's kind of like writing a quite a bit of rain. The day before lettuce leaf with mayonnaise. Be ORDER OF Pl'BLlPATIOM are to file their claims duly U
l letter Thanksgiving they had a AND NOTICE TO APPEAR sworn to with the County Judge of WORK DONE BY EXPERT SENIOR OFERAToJ
I Like To
on "Why '
liltt.\ Breathe. or "Why I Eat or "Why I Like happy this Christmas season. ;. Bradford County. Florida' on or
S'rATITuj FLORIDA .
. to
i\t:\ I,;1.,' II,1 1 To Lie In A Bathtub Full Of Hot Water And Soak :My Frame." Everybody big dinner at school for the pu. God bless you. Let us all get whose residence. : la Tloy un FParrlsh publication before Eight of months this NOTICE from the or first the REBA MELSON, LORRAINE CHAMPION]

:j ( likes Louisiana pure cane syrup or Mississippi pure cane syrup pile and patrons. About 20 pa. the spirit of children again. known.You are required to appear on same will he barred by the Statutesof

.'t. 1i\ i : or any other genuine pure cane ayrup. Liking pure cane syrup just trons were present. The cafeteriawas LoveLURABethel December. 20, 1948 In the above pHWItl Limitations C. Jones Administrator. O' AND MYRRIL SMITH GARDNER
, named Court and
"J wherein
t cause
,." t' h comes natural. decorated and a good dinner plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford 11-19 4t 1210iv ,

).' : iI;; Maple syrup Is fine for Northerners, Invalids and very elderly with pumpkin pie was enjoyedby Order ounty.tn Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Isnues.Witness this. (.nCTIT Cotter- Jln..OFORO

: ... i 't ladies. Corn syrup I Is even better for them. Both compare to pure all. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pad. 1 1By my hand and official (.'0' !TV", FLOHIUAt IV thAN- ,
seal at Starke.' Florida this November ( KKY.Rossle If hair is net
"
felt have named their your becoming to
: cane syrup like 3.2 beer to stout ale like Boston's sacred codfish to baby girl 15. 1948. Mae Cooner Plaintiff vs. you you
:' catfish Willie Mae. Leon Carter had togo Mrs. E. W. AHen (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Paul Silas Cooner Defendant. Case r
j [ I ,L and corn bread like clam chowder to Louisiana oyster stew. and be examined for the Army. A. Clerk nf eald Courtly No. 6493. shBtd be coming; to as. Call on us and get
I "- ,: Pure cane syrup Is loaded with vitamins and Iron In the summertime I S S a Haven Crosby D. C. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I I just have word that some time K' K. Perryman Starke, Fla ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR
,\ j ; l ,It it cools you off; in the wintertime It's better than central ago Betty Carter married Paul Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen and Atty. for Plf. 11-19 4t 13-10 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Paul our advice FREE oa any hair problems you

, \ jI j H heating. It Is universally beneficial to man and beast. He who tastes Frigo and lives in Jacksonville. daughters, Judy and Opal, and IV: CIRCUIT CO! RT. nRlDFORnCOI'NTl. Silas unknewn.You' Cooner. whose residence Is may have. Also a FREE SKIN ANALYSISwin

" ''i r.1 a spoonful buys a gallon. 1 I wish them happiness. Ancil Car. Miss Josephine Peterson were '. FI.OHIU IV CHAN. are required to appear on
" \ I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. CKRY.Ardell December 27th. 1948 In the abov.nam..d ,
ter her brother is In be given by appointment. Know whatt
On working
c P' second thought maybe it wouldn't be so difficult after all. Waters Plaintiff vs. Cecil' Court and cause, wherein
D. D.

;J\f'\k, Maybe we could have a whole series of letters, such as "Why I Like revival tflddleburg.at Clay They Hill.are Mr.having and Mrs.a and Woodward Mrs. John Sunday.Mr. H. .Walker No.Perkins 8959. Waters Defendant. Case Order plaintiff In Telegraph next seeks. four divorce.shall weekly. publish BradfordCounty Issues.Witness this. your correct makeup should be, witk Kat..
Pure "
\ i'If M Cane Syrup With Hot Biscuits And Butter "Why I Like Pure
OF
ORDER PUBLICATIOM
j and hand and
/ Richard Moaley and daughter daughter, Jo Ann were Sun. my official sealat
t Cane Syrup With Sour Milk Biscuit AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Stark. Florida ryn M. Carter personalized cosmetic
And Thick Cream, "Why I Like this 24th of No- r
spent with her day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest i
.. 't Thanksgiving par. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cecil vembem1949..
""m: 1 : I Pure Cane Syrup With Old Fashioned Country Corn Bread," "Why I ents the Louie Carter's. Mrs. Allen. Perkins Waters, ,whose residence Is (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas

) I ) Like Pure Cane Syrup For Sweetening Clabbar," and "How Lucky Daisy Lang has the cast off her Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Harris unknown You are required to appear on

?: \ I Am To. Live Down South Where Pure Cane Syrup Is Made And We broken arm. We are glad. She ot Green Cove Springs and Mrs. December 20 1948 In the above GIVES

lrli: \ ; Have All Thee Wonderful Things To Eat, Otherwise,I Might Have says she has lovely gladiolas and Edna Jones were Visiting Mr. plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Pradford wherein

." '', To Live Off New EnglandBoll Dinners." roses In bloom. They had dinnerat and Mrs. Dave Woodward 'Sunday County Telegraph. shall publish this Ij1jIjYFASTIRELIEF UDYFAIREAUTYSA!
I: 'I1i. Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
.: -1 6 o'clock with their daughterand .
: After the l letters about pure 'cane syrup are'all In there might [ my hand and official
1,1> "' '' husband Mr. and Mrs. Winton Misses Delores eal at Starke. .Florida this November Call Street at Railroad Phone 1
be still another contest Think Gainey and
b' : on 'Why I We Should Build A Monument Parrish of 15. 1948.
; ," Lawtey. Aunt Llllie Sharon Green of Boatdraln were (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas
: To The Hot Cake ; and The Man when COLD
'" ,r "Why Who First Put Baking Wilkinson writes they enjoyed ( As Clerk of said Court. ,
i ,' if { Powder, Eggs And Sugar In Corn Bread Ought To Be Drowned In A the program and dinner at the 1 visiting In this section Sunday. By Haven Crosby I>, C. MISERIES STRIKI .;ic "
A. J. Thomas, Jr., Starke. Fla.
Mrs. Janie Green of Starke
"fr[" Vat Of His Own Batter." chool. She said she thought of was Atty. for Plf. 11-19 4t 12.10
he Sunday guest of Mrs.. E. E.Lee. -
In between contests there will be a 13-mlnute recess for drooling. me. A very dear lady she is. .
.
:v rfnrriT cornT. nmnroim -
1 .:If l1 :L? .ti Any contestant who doss not gain at least 15: pounds Just writing Dorothy Manning helped In the Mrs. Delia Silcox of Starke ('0' "", ri.oniit iv <'''.''>'-
cafeteria to '
get the big dinner. < K.IIV.
d 1:'. ,' about such vittles will be automatically disqualified. was the of her Dorothy O. Dirge, Plaintiff vsllchael ,
1". r 1 I She likes to help Gusale WllkinU guest mother, Mrs. Where' There's CokeThere's
1I'Sr'' .:E: ".. _ _ Lee Sunday. 964.. Dirge, Defendant. Case No.

'I Mrs. Seber Goodman and daugh. ORDER OF Pt'RLICATTOV
; -" ters visited Mrs. Emma Grover AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Michael
last Friday. Dlro-a, whose residence I N "i Slkor-:

I ;j.i Mrs. Opal Allen and daughter sky Aircraft Connecticut.You Corporation. Bridgeport -

Jewell, visited Mrs. Esther Walker are required to appear. on HospitalilAsk
In Starke last Friday.A December 20. 1948, In the above
named Court and cause wherein
group of women from this plaintiff seeks divorce and restor-
I11 section atlon of maiden name. Bradford
attended tho Taylor demo County Telegraph shall publish this ,
nstratlon at the home of Mrs. I

Mathel Green Monday..11I .


CIMCIIT ('DIRT' hit ,Fnitn : :
j rot STY, FMmiou 1!% LIIAS-
('l* !. M. Jarvls, Jr.. Plaintiff vs.
Mary llwyn Illreath Jarvls, Dufon.int. ,,
.'. I'tixB No. 6970
onI'irt: O tF' Pl'IIJ.If"ATToS' r
ANI> NOTICU TO APPEAR
STAT: OF FLORIDA to: Mary tit) a
invn Ollreath JiirvlH, whose rul- -
loiu'e ant niMrvH IB: 316 10th .
Slrwet. Noithllkeitboro, North .otau.t'v1we ,
.urollnn.Vcii .
.
\ nre rpqulrod to npprnr on ,
I H'lwmlMT 27 mil. I In the .ubnvainiHil
1: Court and wht'rolntlnlntlff .
cauite
'I \ -
.
(
.
I ....k.. divorce. Tlrmirord
; \ County T'I..rnlh l shall plilillxh this .
pk unl..r In next four workly IBBUOH.Vltn .
.
,
-- \ ,,mi niv heal anil offlclul I seal
nt Stniko, Flurhlu this November Ask
: 21.[ 1 94S. aLoutour$100amoniliLife 'r
ad 'cAoEJde .UPl'li'IAI. SI:.\T.) A, .T Thornnn,
i. tJa Ai Clerk of "nhl i Cuurt.
ny Ilixven Crosby, r>, (". ,
r ,X. J. Thamim., Jr., Stark, Fin.
: Atty.' for Pit. 11-26 4t 12.11
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1c CHEVROLET I 11 rmciir coinr. 1111 ti>r<>iu> Insurance Plan
C'"IM1. Fl.onillll IN <'II "Nei.rico .
.. Chevrolet ('.:n"
'- Only ( i.ollle. Plaintiff, v.. lste1l. __ _
..'tllc.. ,...
Defendant. E.
C :No/ 0824 Charley Johns
Heavy-Duty Trucks offer all APYAN E-OES/tJH HEAVJ'-IJUTY 141111. __ __
ORDER OF n'mtCATTOV AgencyPhone .4- _
r4 these extra-value features! AND NOTirn TO APPKAR
; I.ollle BTATK, ultimo OF residence FI.OUII1V I. unknown' Kntelte': IS STAHKK:, FLA. \ ;c '

TRUCKS You are reaulreil to appear on ___
Speed and momentum are maintained Pi-rember 27th. 194, In the above .j \ o- A I loccS
nnnieil Court am! .
h CaUse wherein
.. ;
grade* with Chevrolet1 4-SPEED .. ... j.to
.Ct on plaintiff' seeks dlvor. lI..n.Uordy ..., ......
1-1 TRANSMISSION! (
SYNCHRO-ME6H Telegraph shall publish' thti
,, i4q. Order In next four weekly \!lssties. Representing tilE TRAVELERS. Hartford
WItness my hand ant offlrlal
1 There's a mighty big difference in heavy- enl at Starke' Florida, this No.vomber --
1M.h, 1941.

; ji Another SPIINED O'.al.lln.o"atIOl'l.REAR' AXIS! HUB CONNECduti the new trucks and you'll know it the moment (OFFICIAL A.SBAL' :("..Irk,> of A. said 3. Thonian Court.

TON Injures added .".ng'" and Tly Haven Cronby. D, c. ____
i dvrabilrfy. you hit the highway in one of Chevrolet's Hollla V. Knight, Stark.. Fla. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION \
; Atty. for Pit. 1L2ttt\ lt-17 __

new heavyweight haulers. For there's arocksolid ix ruin IT ('OIHT. tin ,nFOHO _. S
r(ii ""r. .Fi.oumt m ('II 'N.
Chevrolal't lomout CAt THAT quality an ease of handling ( .:tI, 4 .
Gi -REATHtS"* brings you all-weather John \\'. Oarh.... Plaintiff va. nO.nIra .I S
Amelia( Uarber Defendant. CUB. '
comfortl
in these Advance-
r t and pull-away pow.r No. 6973 I
4Ii ORDER OF PlTLIfATlON
jJ Design trucks. But discover the facts your AN1) NOTK-K TO APPKAK .
8TATK OF FUJIIIDA
to John
: W.
Chevrolet lOAD.MASTER VALV!! ,..
Oarber. wh. realdenc .. "'ayn...
I ill IN-HEAD ENGINE I. now more self. Compare valuesl! Then-compare born Vlrnlnla.

;F durable and efficient In operation.i You are required to appear on
: priced You'll find that only Chevrolet December named Court 17th. and liltS,cause In the, wherein above

j4i i. f PW The ...M-r.d. Cab i Unlweld alt-tteel cab' heavy-duty trucks have 3-WAY THRIFT County Plaintiff Telea-raDh seek divorce.hill publish Bradford this
: \ cotn.doe$ AI.-.I .Ibility WWII "a,_ wlndowa Order In next four weakly Induce.
futI.lIoatlng HypaId tsar silas In of operation low cost o'f Wltnaaa my hand and official ....1 1\
low
,:.N. Mavl.r 1PI1.. .. 2'r cost at Stark. .
1 .... ........., duty MOdalS Hydpower bV0k on 16th. 1845.: Florida this NovomberOFFICIAL
... Wide bate *4'"... S' T -.toll 'aR.beartng .... .g Upkeep and prices the ( SEAM A. J. Thnroaa.
MV1P1. coIcw options A. Clerk of
dliwekn said
cab4o-a. ........ wS.. ..... ...... By leaven Crosby n. C. Court.
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'........ oM .....ffi'e ...- sd .. entire truck Reid II. O. Brown. Starke Fla..
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.c t -...-at.....s.4ji .... Duncan Jarkaonvllla, Fla. R. H PHARMACIST Ask for it either both
Atty tot fit. ll-J 4t 11 way

i-v: nnrriT trade-marks mean the same thing.lOItllD .
CHEVROLET CO. (COIn nnAnronn
TORODE COt T r.It tT\. FLOUIUll 1N;\ ClIAXf' pc.e 64,- STAREB

Audrey rind.ll.. Plaintiff v.. Ken On-ihe-Minit Service UND!* AUTMOHIir
STARKE FLA. n-tb Uaall. Dafandanu C Caaa: No Or Till COCA.COIA COMPANY n
$ 965. DAY & NIGHT STARKE
ORDER OF PtTRUCATIOV: COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
AND NOTICR TO APPEAR C0 -
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Tuesday and were dinner guestsof I seeks. divorce A cuntoilv. A control ,
v v vv v "V, ..... -- i ir
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hall. 1- Your Contribution Ma;y Change Christmas I of minor child. Hi d ford County :

Level 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dink Bennett of LETTERS TO From 'Dreary To 'M eery'' For Homeless Child Telegraph.next four shall weekly pntilUh laaueH.VltneKa this.. OrderIn
official Healat From where I sit. Joe Marsh
Jacksonville were visiting R. M. \ my hand ami .. ..6y (
Florida, this December
!11"rke.
0. 'f, HCRaeon Crosby and family the latter part SANTA CLAUSBrooker Christmas will be no different children's Homes at Lakeland 1. 1915! .
'
of last week. Penaacola Miami. Please OFFICIAL SEO A. :J. Thomas .
from of remember
v v v v any other day the year or Aa Clerk of said Court.

report the Mr. and Mrs Marklee Crosby for scores of utterly helpless -"-our need la immediateand TTv Haven Cronhy. p. C. I Yes Sir
ct W"arried and children and Mrs. Hilery Fla. homeless orphaned and completely very great. T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida' ,
J8Stur. ReV. I Nov. 29, 19-18 Attys. for rif. U-J 4t 12-24
Cat Wynn all of Tampa destitute little children ncvv '
the spent the
,,1 ra. to last weekend with their uncle and Dear Santa: under the care of the Children's Hi School EducationNo p ,. ,.,. v 4 Insomnia's Contagious!
palatka Please .... t
pda! much aunt Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. bring me a pair of Home Society of Florida In the ...." l 1
nllSl'er 111m so Mrs. O. W. skates a new drifts, slacks a red five home-like Longer NecessaryT
Receiving
McRae i lovely EXPERT SHOELET
H asi Surmoy.v attended shirt and a little washing ma- When Bud Swansnn had trouble a glass of beer with a bit.of cheese .
e8 funeral services for Homes of the Society through.
her
I
\ t Conner cousin chine where I can wash my I oGet In Air ForceThe sleeping l night, and tried to get before I go to bed. I can't speak
jr[! S. Sgt. Seeber Crawford, at Mid- out Florida unless a lot of kindly ,
p: were visltS'rMl' way last Sunday afternoon. Sgt. socks.I Florida citizens will\ come to the local Air Force recruiting over It by turning up the radio full for you.)

\! Adam Mercer Crawford was killed in Belgium have a big sister and she rescue with funds foods. chil station announced today that the blast h. started an epidemic of From where I sit, good neighbor.

,r eao- ,>)1 F'J1y[ Dec. 25, 1944.Marine wants clothes dren's wearable's toys games Air Force has revised recruiting Insomnia all down the block! llnesa means nothing more than

utnd. Mr. Cons L.- We, have been very good-honest and goodies promptly. regulations permitting enlistmentof 1 1S Folks finally dropped a. hint to simply respecting the other per. ,.
Mrs. we have and we love
[ Recruiter very much.I you This is the sad story which men who do not possess a high Dud that he close the windows or son's tastes 'and rights-without

fljst 'K comes from Marcus C. "Daddy" school education. During recent turn tha radio a little lower. Bud forcing your own tastes or opinions'down

1 I .*,? n..bort:.. Myrick Mr. Here Next TuesdayStaff piece am of going cake on to the leave table.you a big Fagg of Jacksonville, who( has months Air Force recruiting has did-and that waa the quickest his throat. And that goes for
and been limited almost to
|Il'r,, l Kathy And please remember doll been the State Superintendent entirely cure for other folks' insomnia I've Bud's radio my glass of beer a r
1i r M.'Rae were bus- Sgt. Sidney L. Willing- !i I my l of the Society for over 38 years high school graduates. YOUR whatever
.lacksonvllleW North Linda Sue. She needs some new I be- US DO SHOE ever heard of I temperate pleasure ye;
ra ham Florida Marine recruiter I clothes. lilt, during which time over 53,000 Under the new plan men to /
will visit the of 17 and 35 who Not that of the happen enjoy
Starke on Tuesday Florida children have been referred tween ages REPAIR WORK.Satisfaction any us object to
Dec. li, to conduct a sxirI I am 7 years old and In the j 1[I to the Society for aid andI have no dependents are eligiblefor radio or swing bands, or anything
I
I vey of the town's recruiting fa- second Is Mrs.grade.Hazel My Harrell.Teacher's name I I I care, and new adoptive homes, enlistment. \ fluiiituitrrdt! else that helps another person re- rv tJ 1

cilities. He will establish, his I like her I from every portion of the State."Daddy" Further information may be lax of an evening. (Myself, I like 1
very much. I have a good Sun- obtained from the officer
headquarters at the post office recruiting BIGGS & BAKER
$ + 4 and remain from 8 a.m. until 5 day School teacher Miss Lubedia Fagg says "Becauseof who is at the post office
\ Pmholster. Please be storms floods uncertain economic 105V.. full St., Starke Flu. :
I p.m. i good to each Monday from 9 a.m. Copyright,1948, United States Brewers Foundation I
I them. conditions and other factors

I The sergeant's survey Is In line I Thank you very much. Hope beyond our control the Societv's noon.In 4. pssrerSrrrsr -ea i

I with a state-wide program now I to see you soon with toys! for income haa been tremendously i ('I Irrult. (',sire. nrmllitnl. '..untll\\ ,_ __ ,. ""' = .._.'_ ...o"""' ..___.. .__.u .. __

i Iin effect to determine just which i all good little girls and boys. decreased. Added to this .'I..r""" In ( ,Uitm'vr}.
communities are the most likelyto Lots of we have faced constantly increased 'Uuy 1'. Mvxiiiiilvr. 1'llIllIlIrr.I t .

I produce applicants meeting the I Glenda Parker love costs of all items of fond I No.Mary; 'aim.Itrilir.Mi'xnnder... .lit-Cumlum

Marine Corps high standards. P. S. Don't forget my little wearables etc. Had we not received Of liiltllrnllonii.l. \.. caK..1'

1 Adding that in addition to the cousins Sandra and Tarrcl Ann'They Home bequest funds' nnd! !< OF'lu' .%II.I|iM iirrni II)1 i<> yD '

I survey he will be available to I are so sweet. been able \to. borrow some money Muiy Alt'xniulor' vlmnii. rfMl< "
answer questions concerning we could not have rendered the UJtl M.nkvt' Mtrvvt 1'uttvrnun, N. J.tl i 0 t e
You to on
lire "furvl npi'i'Mr
*" vice in the Marines Sgt. IIE'r-1 Brooker Fin.. very necessary services to thest'net'dy ..rHminr\1. Itiltt: ', In the I iihii>t< iminnl
ham will have the latest: little ones.Our Court I"nilau, I \vhfl-cln:: plulntlrrNveks I: :
Nov 29, 1913 divorce. Hriulfuiil I'uunty
tion concerning Dear Santa: immediate concern Is the ;TelvKl'nph; shall' (luihllMli' GI I In CH'dvr
rules and regulations for reserve 111 next four weekly Issues, /
1. I 1 I am a little. girl 3 years old coming of Christmas. We just VVItiivxH my hand. and urr"'I"I..1" !
as well as regular enlistments.A with blue eyes and blond hair. I at Sun rke. Florida, thin No'.r\.. \
former member of the Sixth. cannot permit these defenselesslittle 2R. I'M*. I I
go to Sunday School and my 101"1<'1I'IH. PKAt) A. J. '(
Defense Battalion the sergeantis teacher says I am very good. My children who have neverknown I An Clerk nf Mttlil 'h"1 I \\'.. hln"t"'l" IShiI lard 1)114'1.."..
Interested in meeting former a real Christmas to facedisappointment rPy lla\i'ii Crosby D. C. b
Mommie says so too.I \ APPLES 2 tb. 29c
William 1 it Mur.an. Fifth 1"lnor -
fUART'SLE ,
Leathernecks during his visit. have a little sister and we grief and bitter fllllk MI.IK:: JucknoMNllle Klol' lilil.' t r r.
He explained that although enlistment both tears on Christmas Day. I. AtlyM. for 1'lf. 18-i:i 4t 12-34 J Jrs
want a magic skin doll a
SHOP t; V
: of men with no prior tea set. color book and crayons, We implore to every citizenin In In-lllt Cmirl. llrn.lfiiril Count*..' aPt % York APPLES, 5 fits 43c
service has been curtailed I }Florida business firm I'lorliliii. In 4 ,hMurvry.. : |
and fruit and I every
candy skates.
Uvc St. am
.1 10th H. Ft. MlllllMlll 1'l.llMtirf, v... I.nu
Lrke, I'loi-ldu er Marines may reenlist form-I I going to leave you a big piece of lodge church civic and .woman's ,I V..ila. SulUviin JvfiMHlant.. Cane No. Red EItIIM'rllr

tlltl" frost cnkp on tvip rmntle. So be organization, school and other 7000.OruVr
Of litbll.'ntl tan Iud. NiXIrr'l'i 2 tb. 25c
GRAPES
....1 sure to look for it. group to flE'nd'us all they possiblycan I I Appe.r S I GRAPEFRUIT .

Well Santa, there are lots of In money foodstuffs and chlldrE'n's NT\TK, III'' FI.OIIIIIl. tot 10 Ib. bal(. -. 29c
Lou Vnilii SUillivnn whose ri'HiltMU'OIn !
HAS things I want, but I knwo you havea wearables!, fruits meats unknown: r. ii r : "I'llll11..1111I'1 ..

IANNISONCRETE long trip ahead of and can't vegetables canned goods toys, You urn ;rniiulretl, 1 to ai|>..ur nn ONIONS 4 tb. 19c
you ,
.Tan mi ry I I. IDI'.l. In tint nhav0| niiniiolC'oiirt (
IT" carry much, so I will not ask for dolls, games etc. quickly In order and cause. ulnrt>ln pus! lntlrrl I Cauliflower, hd. 25c
more.I that no little child will weep on seeks. ,divorce. liriiilfortl County I'rl'ah
Telegraph shall, thin.
pnhllnh Older
BLOCKS will have the chimney all Christmas morning. in next four weekly INKU..... I I e j CRANBERRIES Ib. 23c
; ,
Witness hand and ol'ncla 1 Hnl'nt i
clean and the fire out good where All contributions of I mv
money ORANGES
U$ No. 2
Stni"ko, Klurldu. this Nuvvinlivr: i *> .
Mix Concrete IJulldcr Hardware you will not get dirty or burned.So should be sent to V. A. Coving- 30. )1II4S.OKKICIAn. I 1 19c
Gti, 8 Ib. bag -
|Mct KMTthing: To Build Repair or RemodelAXXIS don't be afraid Santa. Every- ton Treasurer, 403 Consolidated ( RKAM. ,.\. J.. Thomas r
An lHik of mild( Court
I thing will be O. K. Building Jacksonville. All articles JTv Haven "rotiliy, I'. I'. I Iy.itch
: : BUILDING SUPPLIES inc. Goodbye now, and hope to see other than cash will be grate- II noiiKliiM. KOS-60T I.ynrh ;
llullillnir, ..lackiiunvlll, I Klorliln.i; i ; CANDIED) FRUITS
1030-1048. Main Street South you soon. fully received at our children'sReceiving lAttyn. for. 1'lf. 12.3 41 t tr. I,1 I/.i

h; 218 GAINESVILLE P. O. Box 63: Lots of love to a swell guy Home 2360 Riverside 12.21 r (HULK) :
Ircnlt '
I." Cniirl. llrniirnril
Sandra Sowell Avenue Jacksonville or at our I Flurldill/ In hnnrrrjr.T. C''j fJ 1 "ouot4nlMA"la'tI' Cherries lb. 73c
I \V. Avillplt.' Plaintiff, .
Klnln l'I IIII'-' Aydlett, 'OefundiintCBHB ) Pineapple Ib. 63c
Il
:'>In. 700(1.Order )( .
of 1'iiblUntlonnil Noll.-e Lemon Peel lb. 45c htl

e '1'.. "%ppenrST Orange Peel It). 43c

tHESE .949RADIQ Virginia t'I'1. :I'hllllDH 0' "OICIU\.t "I..1tVhnN"Ins re.-' I y Citron, lt>. 43c
Lr sldence lust known In ill Clint-loa. ?rb
pAR E A veil"... I lllK-hliiinl 1'ark, Not.folk
COM County, Vlrnlnla: I I.Tan"ry
'
You arn reiiulrcd\ to appmir on'
n, 11)4'1) In .the .hove namedCourt Christmas Trees
and cause, wherein plitlnllffHeekn 1 6 to 20 Ib. Skinned
divorce. llrndforil. ,Coiintv
IVli.BrHi.h. .lull 11 I pulillHli) thla I Order Green 79c
In next four weekly IMHU.H.WltneHH .. H-A-M-S
VALUES inv hand and official' Hoiilit
Shirks, Florida. thin iM-cemlier. Silver 89c
A 1. 11)45.IUFFICIAL! .
RJo\t.) A. J. ThomnnAH '
Cletk of sold (,,, ION A 10 In.63c. 61c lb.

11'v haven Croahy 'i l>. I'. u"I'j) FLOUR .
..John J. Ilendttmon, 1'1.;
AiiKUHtlne, Florida'. ,
Attyn. for I'lf. 12.:1It: 12-24 IONA 23 lt>.

w and you'll buy one of these I.. Circuit. Court llrnilforil Toomey FLOUR . 1.49. Western Pork 'Loin lb.>

'lorlditi In Cbnmeery.llle End Cut ROAST or CHOPS 43c
) ('. Herndrm, I'lalntlff, VH.,
Charles F Herndon Defendant Case. Ocean Spray Cranberry ran

i' Nn.Order 81179.. Of Piiblli-nllon Ami \..llieTITF SAUCE . 17c Wilson Corn King lb.
Sleek
New .
i' Spartons 1'n A..penr
,, ) OF 'I.UII'U\, I .lot A&P: 9 oz. SLICED BACON 63c
Charles F. Hernilon, whone reHl-
lence InH06. Hell Mend Avenue, MINCEMEAT 15c '
N..lhV.....,. Atlanta. leorln -
You are required, to appear" on Sunnyfield lb.
January 3, 194'!), In the above namedolirt Bright Hull! JtJAKT t

101" ** Console AM-FM Sparton Radio-Phonograph (seeks.' and divorce.Cause, )wherein iradru,'d plaintiff County BLEACH lie SLICED BACON - 73c

I r Telegraph. nhiill pulillHh thin. Uidern
next four weekly Inmif

YES THIS SMART, compact authentically designed lit Witness Htnrke mv Florida hand, and this.rrlrl..I..ol I'memberOFFICIAL TAL C 0 FEEDSScratch Fla. Dressed! & Drawn Jts ,,, e

,,, Sparton is one of Spartorx's 1949 models 2., 19C8. HRAI.) A. .1. ThnmnaAH .

and of the finest Sparton values'we'veever Clerk of vulil Court. & Hens ,. i
one r-v: llnven. Crnahy. II. C! Fryers v. a
been privileged to offer. Remember, it also litmeH, .... Hunch 202 I.nw. Hxchanwa. 23 lb. 1.07 100 lb. 1.10
lulldlnMJnckHunrllli'I ,Florida,
has FM not just standard broadcast alone! It Attyti. for 1'lf. :"-3 4t 12.24 Laying Mash 69c'lb.CHUCK

'' has a fully automatic record-changer, too, that I. Iri-nlt.. Court. llrnilforil. louiiO'. 25 lb. 1.11. 100 lb. 1.37Growing r
Klorldnl In C hnneerr.Idward .
,, r just seems to j-l-o-a-t your records into place, I.: H. Iliirhnrnt. I'lnlntlff v... Mash
(Catherine M. liui'horal, I lefuudailt.Cane I
2.1 lb. 1.17 tOO lb. $1.37flerbrr'
plus Sparton's new type slide-rule dial, permanent No./ 70111 "SurlC'r-HIJht. tb. "
Order I'lihllcnllon. t ml \...llcelo .
4 ; v magnet speaker, continuous tone control .tupenrHTtTIJ ROAST - 65c t
OF .'I..te'\' ...
i FOOD 3 for 27c
new type station selector for extra-sharp Katherine M nurhornt who"" renlVnce Baby ,
and address. IH. "I'nknown.
: : I
_- .,. :' tuning and a host of other features. See it You arm required to appear. nn Morton IltiiiMi. can RIU or tb.

''_ hear it. today! Model 1059. January' X; llM'.l.' In the aliovx named I BRISKET STEW 35c
.
ourt nnd cause wherein' plaintiff BEEF & GRAVY 27c -
1
seeks divorce. Urndfoid County
.
Telegraph shall puhllHli. thin Order!
In next four weekly I...."..... Ntntil-Mpyer! 8 II/. Ibl i
WltneHH.. niv hum, ] and offielnlseal !

r p J" "." at I. HH.I Ptarke.. Florlilu, I thla UecemlierOFFICIAL Frankfurts, ,42c GROUND BEEF _ 49c

.+w1 -. 5rv I "HMAI.) A .T. ThnninaAH .. IVier Tan 12 o/
.
Clerk of said' Court.
''I'V Haven CroMbv. D. C Peanut Butter 35c
'1'. Frank t.nndruni/ ., "Htarke, Florida.Atlyn. VEAL SIRLOIN STEAK 75c
5 1 for I'lf. \12-J 4t 12-24
luxury mahogany 149 9 Ann Page Id/ ofan
In Clreult Court. llrnilforil. toil lit>,
veneer finish "'....Idn. In I hnneerr.Inhn Beans in tomato sauce Whole Ib.
.' I' drew rialntlff, va, KntitaJrew. '
e ( riefendnnf! Cane No./ 7n"IH. & Pork lOc LAMB SHOULDER - 48c
f Or.ler Of Publication. \nil NnllreTiTK .
I '1'o Ipp.aV. M
Special Easy. Terms ,. OF .I..U' tot lona 22 0'&. rasa .

.innta. Grew IH.: Unknown whose. reHldence t anilildreHH Pork & Beans 2 for 23 .. H & DWhiting lb.lIutc'h '

A You are required, to appear on
.'"nllory 3, 1B41). In the ahove named K'rnl"J i '
Sparton AM-FM table cabinet Court and cause. wherein plaintiff MiltelK.N,- .. ; 19c

z I seeks divorce.I I llrnilforil County CORN 2 17c .
no. can
Telegraph shall nnollHh. thla Order ,
) III next four weekly Is.u.s.WHnesa .
ow; ENJOY the thrill of your favorite FM (static- mv hand. and ofrielnlsea) Gnat Northern Quick Frozen Ib.

ee) programs and have the convenience of a trim nt I. T'C8.S'lirke Florlilit' this I>*>cemlierOFFICIAL BEANS, 2 Ife. 23c WHITING FILLETS - 27c ,

ble ( HKAr,1* A. J. ThomanAa .
model atI/ price that ends your search for Clerk ,,' said. Court.
," | In addition, this 1949 Sparton Frank rxn'Irun' "Htarke. Florida. Quick! Frozen lb.

abinet gives you a built-in loop antenna for stand- I AttVH. for. I'lf. 12-3 41 12-24, RED PERCH FILLETS
'... 33cJ
lit Irenlt ( ..r.. Rrndfwrtl C'".",,, -
1 broadcast reception Internal power line antenna Flerld.tn / hunterr."lahelle .
;
T.lnden I'lalnllff v... I.oulH.
rFM; large permanent magnet speaker; slide-rule f Linden' riefendant.. Can* No. 7004
.Ind Sell.. -. IVORY SOAP large 2 for 33c
''d .. Order or Publleatlon A N K: -
and I
new type station selector for super-clear -- 'r? .11.n..r .5
"P ,TH IK' KI.OIIIIM tot : l i
'ng. MORE you get the finest mahogany veneer r.ouiH Linden whose reiiiilence. andaddreaa 1'AitKFIR:
,., IH-. "..40 173rd. Street, Jamalna. ) I IVORY SOAP, medium each lOc
lUsh. ebonized front and stunning metall ed grille. New York I).'II c'I 0",., i
I You are required. to appear on 9 .
fompare1: Model 121. January r. IM*). In the ahove named T.*rn|>llnjr, IVORY SOAP .
Court and cause, wherein plaintiffneekn personal. 2 for 13c ; 1
divorce rtmtodr A controlof
minor child Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn CAMAY SOAP, ragular, each Uc
next four weekly Uauen.
Even the Sparton Price / Wit".... mY hand and official neat

5995 listening RADIO-TELEVISION'S BIGGEST VALUES .1.t 144tOFFICIAL Hrarke. Florida, this' December FRUIT CAKE LAVA SOAP, large each .. e I3c
Is sweet
"1'Ar.A.. J. Thomas. '
(... r A. Clerk of said. Court. 1 I'/a tb. I 1.25
Fry Haven. Croahy. D. C. II O It A X 0. per can .- .. 17c ,
THIS CITY BY T. Frank Ijtndrum. Starke, Florida' 3 tt. 2.45
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN Attya. for I'lf. 12-3 4t 12-24

5 Jb. 3.85 Ann Page KETCHUP It oz. ea. 19cCIGARETTES
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If* Cleenlt/ (".....r'. nrailforil r....,. -
r'torldns In I naneerr.
Mol.".... Althea Olrenl. Plaintiff v. p
.loeeph kraal fefendant. Case No. .
Chas. C. ShepherdfOl'ItT 701 s.' i
Order Of Publication. ,nil 7lo
AppearT & CARTON. Las i a
'TR: or ..0RtI)% <.!
Joseph. Utr.. .). whoae realdenc' and PRINCE
address. ,la rare Joneph. lied. Hr \O) \\t 1 lb. Can: rf:? i'i'j j l

RADIO SERVICE I New H' Flunhinc York. : Avenue' Brooklyn, "" .. George .
TELEPHONE 10
& MADISON{ Yon are renulred, to appear. nnfanuarv
:9. I..,. In. the ahnv named. 1 Jb. Can 70cpECE11BER
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; BRADFORD COUl\'TY TELEORAPD STARKE, F7A1RfDA FltlD.\., bECE1tfFR:
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atre n"rUUIIU".), Mfrs in last =--
E lr Costumes Representing Many Nations Three Hostesses K. Perryman, Mrs. J. B. Wilson the annual session per 'apt rit (0 Irtcrn
U.D.C. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Finance :
;
/ 4 + Entertain Mrs. J. W. Klncald, necessary that th, sPtetI a,
SOCIETY and CLUBS I Committee: be raised to '
uy mr a $2 ,"
1 6 R The December meeting of the Mrs. G. W. Roberts Mrs. Junius The Chapter no> 'eUh

t Office Gladys Mooty RPNideacel y1lil. fa W T. Week's Chapter U. D. C. Smith, Mrs. J, C. Cottrell Mrs. two cash plw,,* ail off/.

l; Phone 29 Editor Phone 33 was held In the home of Mrs.L. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. H. M. and Senior sigh. ."h.. rust.""
A. Davis Wednesday afternoonof Richarde; Music Committee Mrs. for the host "'" : ,

.... -,- - - ------- - ... last week with Mrs. Davis A. Z. Adkins, Mra. Ethel Biggs;\ I on Stonewall,.Lnd i'It,, ,S1'. lea, up
Mrs. W. O. Haile and Mrs. J. R. Mrs E. K. Ferryman, Mrs J. W. torian, Mrs t'h, II,
w
, Junior Club Plans Birthday Party b M a Wainwright as nqstesseg.! Klncald and Mrs. R. A. Green. charge of th.* or, !'Ial'

'Preparation Of For Anne MatthewsLittle The newly elected President, Mrs. Davis in giving the highlights much inter..*, e I ''op.
Mrs. Davis presided over the of the General Convention the essays The, ?Z'e' we

L 'Christmas Baskets Anne Matthews celebrated meeting:, and after the routine which met In Savannah last awarded on jai! .,' an
1 her fifth birthday anniversary, month said that the President birthday. arslOfi
Members of the Junior Woman's Friday afternoon of last week opening and the report of officers, General asked all chapters to puton The .

I'(dub met Thursday evening of from 3:30: to 6:30: when her parents four names were presented for a special program on January Haile Introduced Chapter Histofar

last week with Miss Lillian Mr. and Mrs. R. L Matthews Chapter membership and unani- 21 honoring the birthday of ell. who Mn t L Pa

!(Stump, president, presiding. Plans entertained members. of mously accepted. Mrs .Davis ap- Thomas Jonathan Jackson, bet- I moot. Interesting gave a beaut"I" arI
"were made to give $50 to be used Mrs. Eldridge Smith's kindergarten a I pi p pointed the following: committeesfor ter known as Stonewall Jackson, mas of the Old 1 ton' )t fen
milk for school children'slunches south
yfor)
class. the coming year: Publicity whose name the organization is During the
and also to social
prepare The young guests played gamesIn committee: Mrs. R. A. Green, presenting for the Hall of Fame. chairman of hour It
.._J Christmas baskets for needy tams the yard of the Matthews' rq YF Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght, Mrs. E. L. She also .stated, that the Florida presented a music Mrs AdkiJI
discussed program
l rallies. Final plans were home on Church Street and later Matthews and Mrs. L. D. Vin- Division received quite a number the Old Southfreshments or cowls! ,
(h I P* Mrs. Vernon Silcox.IjfL .
followed
I by had refreshments indoors. Christmas Ing; Courtesy committee: Mrs.O. of prizes at the Convention one s""e oy r.
; New members voted on wereijMlsa decorations were used to I L. Beasley, Mrs. Marcus of which :was for the best reportof es. < oy the ho

I France Colley, Mrs. Merry advantage/ throughout the lower Brown, Miss Olive Ray and Mrs. the Divisions with member-
Beth Smith Mrs. Tom Duncan floor and a small lighted Christmas W. G. Haile; Cemetery committee ship between one thousand and Chrl'.tmn+ Cards-
land Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Jr. The !I tree In the dining room car- ,: Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee, Mrs. two thousand. printed, $1.7. with
I'k ,new club co-sponsor Mrs. R. J.JJjDavls 1 I nod out the seasonal motif. The Hill Since the General ,per hir 01 .
L. F. Dinkins Mrs. L. H. Organization Bradford
[! attended the meeting. I attractively appointed table was County Telo.ItI'8..>h.
I' In cake 1 e : ,, ,.. '' '" ",lll''""''f'timill''''' '''' "' ""/'' '" ''''' '
:Mrs. Eldridge Smith was I centered with a birthday I !!:II1111.f1"" "III .fill"'IAI"11'IIIIII"' '' 'II" Illh'P4111/'tlllll'AIIIIIINIIII111WIm'AIIINII' !|Illliltllllllllllltllllli''''' '' I IF Ii "I'IH""IlIIIIIIIII"1' "
charge of the Christmas programor 'embossed In red and green with "
the evening, and acting as five tiny red candles. At one end

'p Santa Claus, presented a novel of the table was placed the crys- Pictured above are young people who participated In a mock weddlng-of-all-natlons In the First I "DON'T FORGETTO
'j: program of a piano solo by Miss tal punch bowl and at the other Baptist Church last Friday right;\ First row (left to right) Ralph Wise. Charles Lawson Raymond
1'\\. Betty Ann Flynn a Christmas end was a tray holding favors of Howe Nell Dodd. Second row: Drew Reddish Delores McKniKht, George Jones. Jeanette Priest, Marian
i'tory by Mrs. Luther Powell and Santa Claus boots filled with McRae' Jackie Strickland, Geraldine Shaw, Minnie Lou Hazen. Van Priest. Third row: Blanche
Cleveland Doris Moncrief: Maxie Carter Clara Thomas.'! Sue Biggs, Alma Thomas, Phyllis Strickland
Mrs. W. R. Morse, Mrs.
: trio of Christmas candy.
i'i4' s Montle) Hutchins. Fourth row: June Caldwell Hill Miles, Idell Landrum, George Powell, Dan Priest REMEMBER"Santa
j 1,['R. A. Green and Mrs. L. F. Din- Among those enjoying the happy Jack Hazen, Lewis Haines, Manez Dodd, Pat McGnff, Don I'atray, Laverne Outlaw, John Carter Bert
Wns, accompanied by Mrs. Levy occasion with Anne were her ma- Newcomb. i
' ':|.Canova, sang two numbers. ternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. .

Delicious refreshments were W. E. Mlddleton her paternal
'. i;served by the hostesses, Mrs. H. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Spaghetti Supper' Mock WeddingIs B. S, Outlaw Home I

&H. Adams Mrs. Thurman and Matthews, and her aunt, Miss
Honoring Mrs. Pass Colorful EventAt Scene Of DinnerMr.
;Mrs. Roy Ward. Madge Mlddleton.S'J .

Willard "Boss" Pass'! and Miss Baptist ChurchA and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw were

i I'' Y un Freddie, Wimberley entertained, at hosts to Mr. Outlaw's insurance
costume party depicting the
t staff at their home on South I USE OUR LAY-AWAY
a spaghetti -
surprise supp..rVed PLAN!
Plenty Of1Vhilman's folklore of other nations was the Walnut street Friday' eveningof I
of last week for 1
nesday evening
inspiration for an evening of fun last week. The home was beautifully I
And! 1\lra. Pass who was celebrating. decorated with fall a
by members of the Young Pt'OpIe's foliage Do Your ChristmasShopping
her anniversary.
: llollingsworth Training Union in the parlors and gladioli. I
t The Informal party was given' I After tur- sfe
serving a delightful ,
of the First Baptist Church, Friday / EarlsscmviNN !
at the home
Wimbcrly on key dinner, Mr. Outlaw outlined s /
: Fine 4 Church Street which was decorated evening of last week. the Liberty National Insuranceprogram

.'t '" I I for the occasion with potted Preceding a delicious supper for his staff for the >it s J JK

.. Chocolates i J JIn pliints. course, 1moele wedding was coming year. He expressed his

-I Helping Mrs Pass celebrate herannlvertiary presented as part of the program.The confidence that all the staff would
l reach their '-19 fix BICYCLES 41.95 66.95
goal.S. to
Mr and Mrs
J were "bride", Dolores McKnight,
.
,
.
Y. Smith of the he'
4 \. C. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Ver- was given in marriage by her manager ,
; 2 & 3 Ih. Gainesville district, made brief
1, non Silcox Miss Janet Anderson, "father". Drew Reddish. She was a
.. Bobby Turner, Miss Bobby Cameron attended by Nancy Dodd, as maidof talk which was followed by a
Boxes talk by C. M. Caddis, divisionmanagt'r Horsman DOLLS 4.98
: Inman Green, and Mitui Mel- honor and J.ickie Strickland, -
of Valdosta, Ga.
ba Strlngfcllow as flower girl. The "groom" Dan
} I Priest, had as his best man, MaxIe Those present at this annual
fall dinner were, Mr. and Mrs. HORSMAN:
Baptist WMU Carter, and carrying the ring
Enjoys
E. Y. Smith of Gainesville C.
Now Showing Christmas Party was Charles Lawson. The simple M. Caddis of Valdosta Ga., Mr. 18 in. Bride DOLL 9.95
the
i See Our I ceremony"groom's" was twin performed brother by"Rev." and Mrs. J. M. Rigdon and daughter j mPISTOLS J I ,

The annual Christmas party of Althea, Mr. and Mrs. Harold _
WRIST WATCHES Counter Van Priest who was dressed as
:i i Bargain the VV. M. U. of the First Baptist Eclenflold, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Milton
a "plstol-packin'-papa" Preced-
J church was held Tuesday af- ing the ceremony Janette Priest all of Lake tity Mr. and Cash Registers 3 3.98
fly Ingersoll t''r Many IV'autiful ternoon at 3 o'clock with Circles rendered nuptial music and I Mrs. L. G. Col.son of Lake Butler .
'
One. Two and Three attending. and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Blackwell
TOILET ARTICLES George Jones sang "I Love You
.. Mickey Mouse I: After a brief business'! meetingby Truly". Idell Landrum took the I of Starke. and 198 1 4,98 SENIOR
Girt Wrapped IteadyFor each Circle the members assembled part of the "bride's mother". HOLSTERSMOTOKCLA to

I ; Donald Duck I'reHcnfAtlonAt50c I I II' hour The In annex the annex was for beautifully a social Prizes for the best costumes' Christmas ProgramTo :, Tinker Toy Set 2.25"

' were won by Dolores McKnight Be PresentedBy
I' i
decorated with a lighted Christmas -
and Charles Lawson.

\I And Many Other tree, holly and poinsettias Sponsors for this delightful;\ Kindergarten, 1 .
occasion were Mrs. C. G. Priest ,
: Designs I Were sung, directed by Mrs.,;Matthews leader of the group,' Mrs. Jeff -4 Martha Smith's Kindergartenwill :
and Mrs. Ira Wilson af- have a white Christmas and
Dodd Mrs. Lucian Hazen Mrs.
ter which refreshments Choir'on Tuesday, Dec. 21, at

:.t f Nut Bowls Red, Green & While Candles. served by the hostesses were Mrs. Eustis Thomas.McKnight and Mrs. D. L. 7 p.m. In the kindergarten room Mechanical Trains 4.39 Airplane 98c i.
: Vernon Silcox, Mrs. L. D. Haines of the USO building. Parentsof I

.. Tavern Candles For Use On Mantle Mrs. B. T. Thomas and Mrs. Maxle Christmas the pupils as well as the 1
Carter. ProgramIs general public are cordially Invited -

::.v.: A hand-tome-, useful. gifts Rem PresentedAt 'A .Christmas party will be held

ington Portable Typewriters. Nee Woman's ClubAmid for the Kindergarten on Friday FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLYTOYS

:1'' Koch Drug Store the beautiful new gray-txmwl I Dec. 17, during school hours. I ,
model. at the Bradford County a setting of holly poinsettias : phristmas holidays for the kin-

t: Telegraph. and native greenery, mem- dergarten will be from Wednesday FOR ALL MEMBERS THE FAMILY
bers of the Starke Woman's club III
Dec. 22 until Jan. 2.
.1[ '.''''.'..''.''.. '''''.''.'''''.'.''.'.'"''' '.'''' ''"' .' '',' ',' "" ,, ", ,,,,,, ."" ",'," ,,,,',, ''',,'',''.','..''..''',','',''..'','','U,,',IIIIIIAIIIIIIIIIIMIIIAIIIIIII'. ,., ",,,,,'.,,,, ,, ,, ,,16111,1. .,,'. ,, ,IIIIIIIIII/IIII,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,III,,IUIWIIIIAlIII11AlYI11P,, ,, ,,,,., '" 'IV111WIAlAAAAIIAlI1WIAl"WIIIIAII/AIIIIIAI""IIIIIIIII' ' / '' ,'l'II u III l'II'llu',, held their regular December meet- f I''
144 W. Call St. \
ing at the Club House Wednesday a

.1'1"1' r. !I first afternoon.vice-president Mrs. presided W. 'R. Morse over, I Met Ladies.Monday Auxiliary t"jjiiijjj""I'"lIlfllIIII'UI'"II"'UI'; ; '' '' '' ''",,,.""..,,,, '11'10'r' ''' '' ; : ; ". ..".',NIY'.,' "'"".hI." VIII, |Ir., !' ,slOt''', 'Ml,Irl 1"' "IM'" tilt-UK', '' 1"" .'", -' '''' 4SY

the business meeting In the absence
? of the president Mrs. Jun- The Ladles Auxiliary of St. .
.' t: A.cf FLOWIRFOR $ Uia Smith. Marks Episcopal Church held its ,

. Featured on the afternoon'sprogram regular meeting Monday eveningat ( BUY
SJfiI GIFTSTREMENDOUS
;
i was a playet given by the Service Center with Mrs." ; CHRISTMAS ,
: EVERT I PURPOSEDURING 16 fourth graders entitled "Sta. Miittl'sGahagan, president, in

t l! tarn XMAS Broadcasting". The charge.
TilE HOLIDAYS Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. I
p r leading characters were little Jer- gave a From aUf STOCK
I f comprehensive review the situation
l J ry Williams\ and Ginger Jones as on
': Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. The In China today. Plans were ,
;S :% YES day and beautiful flowers play was under the direction of made for the Christmas party for I
' ) the Sunday School children to be SUGGESTED GIFT ITEMS Toasters Mix-
the fourth
teachers Mrs.
grade <<
/ O ', can do more than anything else to held I
Wednesday afternoon Dec.
Paul Bridges, Mrs. W. H. Hart j .
I ira Glamour Irons )Lamps 0
.
impart that spirit of Christmas and Mrs. Russell Norman. Fol- 22 with Mrs. H. C. Brown In Rugs
I
,a : lowing the play a trio composedof charge | locks and others. ,
.
Pictures .
E Dishes .
< J holidays I Mrs. B. E. Simmons, hostess
': c cheer to the home during the Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. W. R. I

r t Morse and Mrs' L. F. Dinkins for) the evening served a dessert :J THE HOME GIFTS FOR FATHER: Radios Innerspring '
See wonderful assortment I
,
, t J ...-"" our sang "Jud">a, Thou Art Waiting"and course, following the
I "Tho Angel's Lullaby". n Mattress" Nice Double-Spring Platform Itok-
garden-fresh at all times ;; .0. ,
,
Mrs. L. A. Canova chairman iJ "*' .
Ash others
er Tray and.many _
, of the Department of music ar- ,
\
;I'. FLOWERS) FOR GIFTS: Planted Dish Gardenfrom; $1 up Pottery ranged Hostesses the program. III (- .Y a-- <''''''"''-' I -
for the afternoon'sprogram KB '
f! Think of IhU Sa\lng ..
Ij I Cut Flowers of all kinds!' Corsages' Flowering: J Plants! t and refreshments were, FL-: n l 0 ,
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman chairman STARKE J iI TWOPIECELIVING ( .,... ',,: j _
Poinsettias in pots i Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. Willie ,
\
J I Mae Denton, Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Sun. Mon., Tues., IH r. 12-II ,, V' \) ", t 't' oJ'J. ,
' Mrs. J. B. Cottrell Mrs. Eula SUITS I "
.1
I IROMalin '''
The Velvet Touch n ROOM 0 .M ,
'
! WREATHS: Beautiful ornamental wreaths made to order for the door Whlgham. Miss Madge Whigham iJ p..I

I it' or window Also CEMETERY: WREATHS for holiday remembrance. i Mrs.Mrs.Frazier C.J., A.H.Mrs.Dupre.Russell Mrs.Norman C. J. Claire Russell Trevor, Leo Gent, I Sale Price 169.50 f\ : '

Knight, Mrs. George AI...)< Carlo* :Molino Orchestra. !
Flynn, and Mrs. T. H. McNeal. :1
('artonll, &: Latent News
I .
; FLOWERS FOR THE HOME: : Lovely centerpieces to grace the holiday i Reg. Price, $205Make I .. : ::i:" '{l ,

table Cut flowers" to brighten every. room in the house Nothing j Weiner Roast I W Nl., Tit"..... D..... 13. 18 your living room .- -.:; I ,
At DOUBLE FEATURE
Hazen
adds such a note of cheerfulness to the scene as lovely flowers { HomeMr. ff beautiful with this bargain (Gift for the Family) l

1., I j tertained. and at Mrs.their Vascoe home Hazen last Friday en- Daring DesperadoesIda Lou 5 STRONG SPRING CONSTRUCTION HARDWOOD FRAMES \

. FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE AS GIFTS : l evening with a wiener roast Lupine\LSO Carrillo __ ,

for their young daughter;\ Marcia SEE OUR
What better way to remember that friend or Kay. who was celebrating her 12- JASSYIn 3-Pc. Blonde BED ROOM SUITS ,

loved one in a distant part than by using our ''r th birthday anniversary.The Technicolor :J TOYDepartment
30 young guests who cameto LARGE
AND
,
;. wire service, insuring flowers to arrive there, +t ; + '' ::1:1Ii I enjoy this occasion with Mar Plii Latent New. ;J BEAUTIFUL _
+ y &Jn No other
suit
cia Kay played games and roasted on the market is such a value
fresh and bright for Christmas Absolutely no wieners and marshmallows on the Frl.. Sat., 0.-... 17. 18 rt for so little! I ,

Ii F fuss or bother for. you Just phone your onjer + ,, tt' i it. lawn.living Later and they dining gathered rooms In which the I DOUBLE FEATUREOklahoma: J. (Thl. U a nl.gift for wlfo, daughter l orson), ,

Blues
t. 'r to 218 and we will do the rent :"r. +r were attractively decorated with I 9 SALE

" 0 pine sing "Happy boughs and Birthday"poinsettias to Mar-to I With Jimmy ALSOWalt \Vakrly PRICE I 49.50'"W l'RICE' I 179.50 Budget Plan <<


5\ i she cia Kay enjoyed and opening be with her her while INsney'a I IT'S A _

COLONIAL FLORIST ; lovely gifts. many BAMBIIn a FACT YOU CAN. DO BETTER AT f

The young guests then returnedto i
the lawn where they were Technicolor
;I. PHONE 218 served refreshments' by Mrs. Ha- Plus Cartoon "Happy Go Denmark FurnitureCftjFOt..R
;; zt'n. assisted by Mrs. Wlnfred Lucky," k Chapter 10 "Junior | ,

ti iMra. Charles Schmitt Nona St., StarkeJ Hazen of Gainesville and Mrs. G-Mrn" (Serial) :J PlONE ,151

1 mmmsmm umrmaanmrmmener Ralph Hazen and Mrs. J. T. So- :
snmmnsmlmeamm mm manammursmmnnnmmarlnmm'nnnlmm' um __ t
well of Brooker.
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lo. 1948! BRADFORD COUNTY TELFGRAm STARKE. FLORIDA
0EcEMRFR: __________n________
I regular tle..l"n on thin, the ISth! day InirM relative tn Raid proponed ordinance live vote of Councilman M. A. PI"h. ""I
I W. H. Nollman returned Mon Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane. Jr. Birthday Dinner ..t net 11 her. A, I>. 184S.I and thereupon P. I... Bridges, I op, r.Ip. O. HR en. Jamen. A Lvw '
day from Ashvllle, N. C. wherehe and family moved last Friday 'I A. CmiovH lhnlemmnCfIy Coun I.mpurary Chairman, prenliled. dare is. ;\ I* [irldKtt I *. ;
\ For \V. A. Scott I cil.Allot. Inv all proceedinic* relative to mtldpi'opoHeit P. L HrldHteB. Temporary and Art.InlE
of LOCAL : yS1: -1 1Ir spent the summer months. Into the former Sternberg houseon : Curl John. City C1rk. tiriKnancu and Councilman: Chulrmnn of the City Council.
g Miss Joan Carpenter will attend North Walnut St. Mr. and To the Honorable Mayor of the [. A. Ciinnva wan excused from Attest: Carl John City. CI..rk.To ,
Friday evening the ColonialInn City of Starks: I hereby: certify further participation, and did. not the Honorable Mayor of the.l'ily
--- the Bolles1 Military Ball In Jacksonville Mrs. L. B. Alvarez are now occu of Htarkv: I hereby certify
was the setting for a lovely that the above ami foregoing Or. I participate In the proceedings relative n.\\ t-
ordi I
Mrs L. F. Dlnkins Saturday evening, and pying the McClane house on luiHnutt' was illllv HfloittiMl. Hrm pawned to such Ordinance' Whereupon that the 1 above foregoing
and
Eddie Hartman daughter six o'clock dinner given by Mr. | hv the City Council nf tit* City as.1,1 nrillnance l will be South Church St., which they recently
Mr. Joan and Mrs.V. J. Mur- the weekend sliest ot Col. and Mrs.1 J. T. Quigley In honorof of Starke. on the 191h day nt Ho- wn.' read! III full' I a first time, liv the City Council of the
guestll. : : : .' Starke, Klorldu. on J( day
reel lid' and Mrs. Maxwell Snyder and, purchased. tuber A. D. 194S. and bv unnnlinotin fonnent wits rendIn 11:1of:
Davis and phey spent Saturday in Jackson Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Flufua McClough. their nephew \\'lIbur.A.. Curl. Johiin, city Clerk. full' II Mocond time, and bv unanImoim of Xavenihe.r. A. U. 11)4) .
1-1 son Carl Johns City Clerk.
a'
ki.it i Scott. The above and l forciroliiir Ordinance cniiHent wax rend In full
and Mr. Miss and family of South Carohnlvisited wan rucetvvil by me end npproveil third. ibis. Councilman 1. U. lla.enxeconded Approved by ni<- thin, the 17 day
He Bonnie
j.t ville.Mrs. Andrews and Miss Mr. and Mrs. A. P., 1M! *.
( Attending were hv me "n thin, the lltlh day the motion for the adoption ot November
., .t New York Juntas Smith visited the Caynelle Angelo spent the weekend :, Mr. and Mr.V. E. Lawson Scott. F. A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. of October, A. It. I14S.L of mild ordinance( and Maid 1 1 .1. I', Roberts Mayor, City of
d ? recently. i A. ('Hnovn.tln" %laynrof the orlInRn"YR.. dlHcuHHed. put to Hturke.
Nat Sternbergs in Daytona Beach In Jacksonville and attendedthe Ara E. Moitt, Dr. and Mrs. Ro- 18-10 Zt 1217ALVAREZ'
I for thi City of SturkH. 2t 1S-I7 vo'", and adopted by the albino's-
R. Stoker over the weekend Swisher Annual Ball at the Give pricticnl Rifts! lan R. Stoker besides the host i _
fan ...:
P Ir' Sunday in :MEN'S FALL Sl'nT AL George Washington Hotel Satur Christmas.!' Select them atSTUMP'S. and hostess. Olll>l>.%''ICK %"0. llllVn
da' u'" i VAREZ. day evening. .\ tlrillnnnee llUt-lnlmliiu nil Interest Men's Clothing
hy lily nf Clarke lit the property tll\1\
New shipment Star llrand Mr. and Mrs. John Ross Hillyardand \V.M.U. Officers known M.. ..lMrkelrport pr'.. 111\1\ STORE Establlshel I 1894
In llrnilrortl
1'9orlds.t'nuncilman
t'onnlr.
prrtv
Work Shoes Dress and .
& Shoes; children Carolyn Bobby II. A. lilnhop, Jr, nf- --. -
for men at STUMP'S.Mr. : cf Enfleld, 111. spent part of last Hold Clinic HereThe feretl the following orilliuinv, and" --

COME IN AND SEE OUR and Mrs. Theodore Young I week with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. moveil.%n Ofillitnnr Its adoption llMClnlnilnff:: all litterewt -

and two children, Sharon and I Lawson annual Officers\ Clinic for by City of Mark( In the Properly *

[ ASSORTMENT OF Paul. left Tuesday for their home XI"CLE.R.SCE: maw on at New River WMU Associational known... llradfonl KM "tark t'ounty tlrport, Vlorlrin.lie I'm.perty ..

LARGE In Pasadena Texas after visiting the SMART: S1IOITE. officers was held Friday Dec. 3. It en.e.e.l bv the City fnMnellof ,
friends at the Starke Church the City of ".."k... Klarliln. Inrewiilar 1
and relatives here for the Mrs. Powell Roberta and Mrs. Baptist nteetlna; nMMemhleillSection f

past week Mr. Young, a former M. F. Hazen spent Wednesday in with Mrs. Edmond Tenly. WMU .. I. \\'h..i'i-nn mime qtieiitlon UNDERSTAND 1

GAS HEATERS I post office employee Is now working ,, Jacksonville. president, in charge.A or doubt with ban the arlnen following ann ng property pnrtionNileallniv .

with the Southern Acid Co. Ghe a Remington PortableTypewriter delicious luncheon was servedat nltuiite In Hid" ." County, Klorldn. Based upon long years of wide experience
In Pasadena. for ChriHtmaa. Beautiful noon to the officers who were known ax t the Storks Airport1'roperir this
to-wit : and serving dignifies
Name-printed ChrMma (Card,. new gray-toned modeli now present. All HS of NIl of .VK'4 and RH of 1 I
$1.75 per| lm\;. Bradford County on KU"Il lay at Bradford County NI,;',. w..(it of Stale (loud M ( now funeral home with a superior excel
| I IIIRIY t." l4 .O. tin \ known an Slate lined 1 !tOO. > In Suction
Telegraph. Telegraph.SOCIETY. %n Onllnnnr to repeal OrOlnniK A. Township 7 Hi.nth. Itunve" lence in handling affairs of sacred t
i i'n Mrs. V S. St. John Is expected I % l. :.t\. the Mm* hrliia en >r., of S\V t of NW'l,
1lil <*ff rrntlitir. !!.. pOMlllon ..f Cuperlnirudrnl of N<>tll .n 5. TounHhlp: ; T Smith: discretion. i
home this weekend from Darian, of otrrrtu' In the'Sly KnnK-e" 33: 15il"t Ivlllit Went of Stat
r' If.tlt Conn. where she has been visitingher of !otnrkv. lI"n.U."d Countr. KlorI Hond IJ (now known n.. Slate Hmid, t
|H. to prreerlbe the .10...*.* thereof 2001an
ll'll son-in-law and daughter, Mr. : : ) :: : and t.. flv' the e....p..t.. ..n .hreri -. tit whether the Cltv of Ntnrkehaa DeWITT C. JONES
1 i and Mrs. D. H. Christian, and .r and ... nt>pr..B>"..... ffumlN. forIII or cIa 1111. KUIIIH right" tttlo orInterxHt
the 1'''' ....... ....."...r. i I therein, nmllivreim. acid Fla.
new grandson for the past three It i>r weeks of th> /'llr of ....1...... llrailfomlt'ttmitt for municipal miipoHttN. and nliMiiliitefee I :
Ladies Night ., t>'l"rliln. In riiciilfir Mrnnlim Mlniplo: tltlrf conveyed: bv anldt'Ily. :: Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
Dr. W E. Middleton returned Sfrtloii 1. That Urillnnnr* No. \ and nab! City does list have or
I 10" the IH hereby r" assert any right title or InterentIliereln. I
101A and name
Tuesday from his camp near Enjoyed By Lions penlpilSection.. .1 I Therefor, be It ordained local funeral home enables UII to offer conveniences and
Brunswick Ga. after spendingthe 2. 'I'hlt1\ Ordlnnnci-N Hint said City of SturRe doe hereby: services not otherwise available.
past ten days fishing and Members of the Lions Club entertained pails of 0,11, n"01'"'' In conflict herewith renounce and dlnclalm.. all right I.
; lie and the seine ors hvrvhyreppitltHl tltlifi and interest In unit 10..11..1. propert -
hunting there. their wives at dinner v and every part thereof. I
Section 3. This Ordlnnnr* shall\ Section/ 2. ThlH orilliianci* shall\ % :
James Peterson Is his at their regular I
visiting and
program service at the lowest prices and
inks effect Imintiilliitely lifter Its become effective Immediately uponIts We furnish the highest type
sister, Mrs. C. B. Strohschlne In Wednesday ..
"Ladies Night" meeting liHKHiure. becoming it Itiw issued by ANY
In force,
$21.95 UP B'g! Bend, La. evening of last week In the Hectliin 4. This Drill nnnp* nhilll Councilman 1" A. ('..nnvll. Chairman accept ANY life Insurance policy
published nn-.. Il week for twomicreMMlvp then announced. Ihat h.. might" as payment in part or In full on a funeral.
Gotham Gold Stripe [Hosiery U. S. O. week In the Hrnilfnril' have a personal IntereHt. In the mihi company
An arrangement of seasonal ('....nly TeleitrHrh.1itHMfMt I i*"' of paid orillniiiice and exciiHcd Con"ltatlulrar'ip"! no obligation..J'.r .
at STUMP'S.Mr. : and mlnnteit' toy the City himself R" Chnlrmun. ( .and from further -
GAS COMPANY and Mrs.! J. T. Quigley flowers and native greenery walspread Council ..f the I I'lty of HUM' UP, In participation. In IhH 1".1.nn *

IER were In Gainesville Thursday down the length of the .M""" - ... -D
after business Interests. table. H. A. Bishop,
looking long banquet - - - -

1)3) 1 19 W. CALL ST. Judge Jackson of St. Augustinewas Jr. president, was In charge of

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. the program. AT
STARKE FJ.C. ..\. SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT
11. V. Knight last Friday.Mr. Doyle Conner gave an interest .
.
I, and Mr'*. Hans Walker ing talk of the .. F. A. ,

were ousincsa vlAitoiit in PultUka its activities locally prolram'l 113 EAST STARKE,

... Tuesday.Mr. ally. During the dinner the ladies
and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane were presented 1 .with miniature

i Branch of who have been living in Jasper Lion's Club banners and email

and Theressn for the past two address books as mementoes of

(INSURANCE1C years mod back into their the occasion.

home at Rt. 1. Box 51 recently. Bingo was played following the .I

Miss Dolores McKnlght and dinner and prizes! awarded to the

Billy Smith attended the Kappa winners.

Sigma pnrty and Fall Frolics

WALL\ AGENCY MS evening.dance in Gainesville Saturday Panel Discussion


.X.MAS: CLEARANCE .now on at Will Be FeatureOf
PHONE 146
PLEASE
the SMART MIOPPK. P-TA Meeting"Good
Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns
I Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED-
and Rep. and Mrs. Jaks Roberts neighbors in the U. S..

i attended the legislative caucusIn A." will be the topic of a panel

Miami last Friday and Saturday discussion to be held as a featureof 1J 1\\

the Parent-Teacher Association!

Calvin Kinney who had been meeting In the USO building Wednesday -

living In Foil Wayne, Ind. has afternoon at 3:30: o'clock,
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HI 1 Franklln INSURANCE write a 1 11 I llnei: I with the Reliable Tank Co. this month because of the Christmas
|iaf d heater; 1'IK fire, automobile, liability and lie Is making his home with his holidays.Mrs. .
,'Irculatlnnrbh life bee me for your
liii; In..uranc"l
l z gaud condition. needs. l'SP.! Wainwright, ., J29W. mother, Mrs. E. B. Kinney. W. R. Morse, chairman of "
'."unt) Telegraph tt Cat: Phone 154. tf I Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight World Citizenship will have lIIn.

i were In Gainesville on business charge of the program and will !!!!!!!J"l!!! !!" "11-ni't'-,'tttt Ililltt'wtll''i '"' .4IU"-"! iu,__ ..c}. tlHMUHIIIIM,,, ,, ,,,,,l '''IJIIHIjjl'''''''' '" tl nrl""i._ ',,''tmi' 'NuInunnennnrnulMrAMNmi" "" '' "" ,, ,,
MATTRESSES! i
Tuesday. those
'OUR TIMBER conduct the panel. Among
OF ALL. KINDS Ladies' half size Dresses t j'.
I. who will take part are Guy Andrews
NOW .t j.. RENOVATEDFURNITURE just! arrived at STUMP'S.\ T. K. McClane Jr., and allfn2rnCan "','Orath'"
|Cash Prices Paid Miss Carolyn Keen spent the Rev. L. D. Haines Hermitage SCRATCH FEED 25 Ib bag 99c (' II. E. 14c

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l'y TBULK Thanksgiving weekend with her Mrs. L. A. Canova program PE AS .
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 'j
chairman will have charge of
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j( Mrs. H. H. McConnell in Florence the musical part of the program.. r"IIIIIIIIIIIIN1''IIIIr,111111WII1Ll1/IIIUNIIINILhNI.III.e'" :-1 1 / .1.1 1 mi "" 'lumtiiiiiitiit.iiiiiiitiiiiiiiiuiinii' ''''' '' '''' '''''''''' ''' II'nNnINII111111NIII1Nlllllllintl111!'' ( iIiIiTniniiiiiniiiiiiiti/ ''''''''''''iiiiiiKMtiiiiiimiiitMimiiiiiTiii''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''' ''
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W: S. C.Mr. Prior to the regular meeting,,
I IN PECKhn and Mrs. W. L. Andrewshad the Executive Board will meetIn I

\V. Turner II as their recent guests, J. L. the USO at 3 o'clock. Jewel SHORTENING 3 lb. pkg. 75c No. 2 C n M.Oralh'nf'allfuriiln
10. Box 463
I Dowling and Ron! Bobble, Mrs. ,

esville, Fla. REUPHOLSTERED Nina Venson and Mrs. Agnes Vin- BUTTER BEANS 14cNn.

AND REFINISHEDDrop I sant and daughter. Waldo OES t,..MI" "INt'MIN/IIINIINNIIWAIIuNIANAIII1wIIIAII"tNNnlNlll'I' '''''''''' '')'''''''''''''' ('''''' '''''''!''' ''''''''''''u ,ItaUNllllpl@nwIINwtl,,, ,!),,,, ,,,,j,, WINIII0.1111111NIN11111111'rIIINIWANNnII111N1111111111aIWI" ,"" ''''''''''''''' ','''' '''' '''''''''' '''tnIliltnlNWIIIIIINIIWIINIWIINIINIIIIllll11/11''' ,,, ,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I /
Us A Card
I a postcard and I returned .
Mrs. W. A. Coley
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ome see you. HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. Saturday from a seven ,:week's Waldo Chapter 120. OES will Flat Cans Ameri an' IIINIIItlII1111111111II1tI1NwIIIIIlIIrIUMIIAIIIAUNIAAhAIIM"'''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''I.IN' llmlll'NIIINIIIINAAIUw111111111allII11NInIIIIIIIINIItatllA'' '''' '''' '''''' ''''''''" ,,' ',''' ''trytlllx'' i I
Box 230 Palatka, Fla. 1\\ hold a regular meeting Friday
visit with her son-in-law and .f

I Om( 1 i-pc maple bed. UKI.K-'IOLS home-cooked mruU HIIcotnfoitable ,, 'i daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gilllspie I night, Dec. 10. There will be 1 :Z' Can McCJrath' ( tiamplonMil. .;
Initiation and a Christmas party Oil SARDINES 3 for f 25c
n 2-pt' mahogany rooms Colonial Inn. I' In Fort Meade. I ., firm handparkfNlTOMATOES
''( .IJr Solt.I fan beIB Alan furnished. and unfiirnlKhedauarttnentn. I during the social hour. Ladles 15c
Ah in-B A Hon Htor- DellKhtful locution Miss Mary Ella Ward spent! .
I to bring a gift for -
requested
l"h .. are
< Writ Box US StarkeltMG111NJ I
MadlHon St.
In on Ala. visiting .
cloh weekend In Mobile -
I'lOS U the a lady and men a gift for a man. .. "...,. .. ---::-- ---I-" ., inWIIIIII/II" ,,' "'" "i n,'.,''IIIIIH'''' ''unHH'iiniiiitiiiMiiiiiinHiiniiinnifiiitiiiii' ''''' ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,min,,,,,, "".".,,'7I'; I]

, .'II rlm."t house, .MACJII.NKM! : [ friends.Summers of W. Palm -Mrs. Catherine Vickers W. M.; ,INN' I.". It_,.lIi, ."IIlpellaenmvnnntnYmnllnnmllttoIONnu/lltnll" ," ",' '''''' '''''''''' ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,"inntfUltlnnunpmlllnlml,, kutnWO'uwq" "' lit'" f
Present Let Miss Lucy -- -
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I.h il "xrcptlnnnllylull A nice Christmas Miss Louise Raulerson, Secy. Mopico, i ,
'4. .n town, porQr us have your orderDeliver Beach[ was/ the guest of Mack I r ,

'A. "il All ff. apartmenttp Hell and'* Christmas morning. Easy pay. 'Futch at the Fall Frolics In II WSCS Xmas Party *!' 2.'l: ,>/. run, McOmth'M linked Tender

a See!' J"... K. ments. L. G. Hemingway, 221 Gainesville over the weekend. I DILL SOUR PICKLES at.t 15c I In Ctrl tomato Himr I
III or ( -
i' .- Will-Agency" ,..*..tfIK .. Thompson Sti Starke Fla. 2tpl2-10 I Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins I The annual Christmas Party I PORK & BEANS, 2 for. 25c :
nit ,, gag nti"ircrator \* and daughter, Mary Rivera. willupend of the Methodist WSCS will beheld
-I AIMo LUST: Weil nlte liter. I II) near' L'r
4 1 Oaike Slminonii I 214 It bhht.pncketlmok brown contalnlnK cloth'' nipper keys oman'a and Stubbin's parents. Judge and Mrs. 3 Monday o'clock in the recreation ''- -", '"C I"nltI-I ml'.nllulnnll!. .'.!' '" ItlnmullnWUmPMPannuvllnuwnugnnlnryAltnm"''' '' '' '' ", ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,.,, '', I'f

rlf; >tril.iNU| | will ;Home\ .. A.V.chitnffe.. Anderson l-'leano, !Sr.'return, or to to Rivers Buford. in Tallahassee' building. Each member will give I'

I? .. Will Irnmlln!I..e or, lli'ndford, Telegraph: H"w ''I'1 Mrs. J. R. Kite and her house- and receive a present Hofltesaos | MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS |I' N' 2 PIIIIM :Mrdrulh' lard Kidney, I,t

ID _2tiJ| -10u MAINS & C'(51.1." I-'tlH !SAI.K' : Colt ;nest. Mice fdnaVarner of 'Day- will be 11011'8.V.. L. Blair Mrs. \V. I'lnlo, or ( "

I "< with 2 lg.st uht. 11 mo.. n"l1K..nll"old., : more. will SiicrlflceK. workanywhere. tona, spent visiting Wednesday friends.at White E. Middleton. Mrs. F. H. Long S., B E A N rs'I.fi: : r -r 29c "
L.
Springs Cottrell Mrs.
Mrs. J. B. ,
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.lnA'Vat.r. In- K:. WHHdln. 3 nil. N. of \\'lIhln.3tp of
1 Slure 1 2 ml. I K.Ulumllntr :. 12-24 Mrs. Marjorie Wadsworth Koch, and Mrs. V'. G. Halle

r "I" lllnh2t 12-10- nlkH.111.1'. Waldo visited Mrs. J. C. Wynn / ,, o ;;iullp,,,,,,,,,ii,, Hi'iJiiiiiiiiitninii'iiiiiiiiiiituiiHiiiiiiimiimiiiiii'' '''''''''''''''''''' '''''' '' '''' '''''' nuti,,,. UMIUIIIII' !
|> Foil SALE: 58 acres I
known IIM St II n'PI'I" addition Hood Wednesday afternoon. Shower Given Sliced B-A-C-0-N Ib. 49,7
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\EKS 11TjP; truck land neighborhood.' J. C.Terrell Men'; flannel pajamas 2.9S r '..
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t' Itt 3. Lake t-'lty Io'in.'
I (rat *. 'national produce adA 311' 12.24 at-- STUMP'S.: I I For Recent Bride Tlnv Uholi-, NewPOTATOES j

1 > ut farm home OlhHon elep. ."trIK"-1" Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee i ;- -;, --- "",,;;;; ;;nnlI;;;;;;;;o,;;"" ", I".,:,Ininl..nIil, .;;.;;;;;;; ;;;, ,,;;;;;; ,,-J"I, ; ,; 2 for 2Sc ,
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'., I.IHI-.all (Inn" .tore or, Foil tor SAI.K* l Rester: ..1.1'V".hln"", marh.IRuth and family of Gainesville were I The home of Mrs. Mabel Sullivan ,
ur propertyI In goad condition. tire <1. Sunday guests of Mr. Brownlee's was the scene on Saturday '

I AI;FOWY.:: "", !S.' O. Sliirllnif. 202 Cherry St. UpFOR mother Mrs. J. M. Brownli-e, Sr. Dec. 4. of a hower for Mrs. P I G F E E T Ib. IOe""".,j', __ .' "n" i nm''" "i mji"_. n"INS." "* i 'iimn'''" '. ,Iccat,"' 'I
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[ Clarke.' F\A.\ 81 1121| SAI.K: I.Ue fryers: pullet.JeUKK. '' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster of I Earl Grlffls the former Miss 1

)m II.e .room apt... Come A get them. H I Jw'-1' .. ,' Brooker were Saturday evening Grace Thlgpen whose marriage (
I r n next ,,, ,hath, tt.I Inir Park $I., 1 BI|. B. of 25.: _. No. 2 ran Mrfirath'n Chiu |ilon ,
tltt mall 2-rnom npt. S. _Water St. llpFOB guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I was an event of November ,II -- -; "';'I1'; 'Inn'*'Nn"IL1tntIUtnhi.NNIInPNIINIIIInttfINARNtntlna' i ''''''' ''' '''' ''' ''',' '' '' '' 't"1l unutl" ,-: U41AlIlIiN. M

"" apt on upper ... IIKI.OW <'o.-rl Wilkinson. 1 Friends and relatives called SUGAR PEAS 14C
1 >M. Mater 202 N. % : a 'I.
12191Barton the evening and the honoree -
washing machine Miss Hazel fields spent during the .
Younne
Itp. washing. machine". 175 weekend in Gainesville as the : received many lovely glfta.I Meaty N-E-C-K B-0-N-E-S lb. 25c /
'A( vacuum cleaner, 4" !lS .
[ 8 Hoover .,
'. --'ll bllHlneHX..nt UreH CUUp".1 I Automatic .1...-. Irons 7.30 guest!' of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. The hostess served refreshments l!.II c'I""- '|!|i '!' !'!;!!I ''' '''''''''''''''''' ''' '''''' '' '' '''''''' "nl""snei .1

;. 'o nu" heiiter. tefriHtn 40-KHl. err... J-element.. hot waterheater. Tanner. at a late hour.Birthday .

','''Ma"ki. oft"r.lnot; h"|, Auto spotlight. fl !95 $14Kte I Miss Maxine Fuller of Bran- I -- No. 21/, run Mrliralh'M

I m' Ir of"Merrlfi.,Starke flag'on <.. lantern with hatterlen.. 2.41Slluhtly ford was Tuesday night guest jof Dinner C'andledhole.. Yellow Yam 2Ie J

( HnnfI _medhurner hnrraln. nt I12S(Ras move- Miss Alma Thomas. I Stri-ib..39; : : : : Sweet POTATOES i:

.. Elderly ..It I..d Used 4CF Frliridalre.(41u Uolt 115aNl'rtl'e Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covlngton For' Jim Ritch Smoked B-A-C-O-N
h"u.e and
S-yr.- ,
l'n Irvin are In Augusta ,
e.1.11'All'' .;alma rill\. "alar". lire FOR HENTt, 4-room house turn.havoc. Ga.and this eon week where Dr. Covington Mrs. Jim Ritch entertained ata ,. ,,-- -- ,,7,;; -; ; ?"tlltll, I INWllll'lllYIIIIIw117WYYIN,,,, ,, ''''''''''''' ''''Is''t.altlNwwNNltnbntUYNNINIIItliwIINUNINwtIN. ''' ''''' '''' '' ''''' ''''''' ., ,

loehox.. gas' ..,oV". Mm. O.It' surprise birthday dinner for Mr. .,.. .. ., ., ,,,,, ,. ,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,, ,,, .j'
Kleo. St Is attending the postgraduate """" ".' lttxlYI, "Innfilth'/ Ifntlt'II/A.I / 'iiHHitm jjn n' rltwlUNlll'IaiIINNNN"' '''' tiitnttinirimiti.itiitiimiiwiiifininiiiiiiniiiin.11''' '' ''''''''''''''' '' '' '' ''''''''''''''''nlalllwt' "dais''''''NlllJ5iII,;; ;;;; ;;;;;j
r-IImfnrlable: ... 101 H Water ,
3.room. evening at the IB o/. Jar LIAAy'SPLUM '
and Bitch Thursday
'1..1\. turn. including 01.D FASHION ED FOOD SAFE Obstetric Seminar at the Un- '
'rerrlgeranr r hot water, 'lawn choirs at Nettles :Novelty ,. School of Med P.itch's home at the State Farm. llcl.nxi* Call font U
of
Georgia
el nt 403 N. w nl.It'. Shop" Rnad inn lit catllegap.3tp H-B iversity I The table was overlaid withI Smoked S-A-U-S-A-G-E lb. 25c t l Preserves ISe

'P' icine.Mrs. Parker of Jacksonville linen dinner cloth and centered ., I
Lettie '
metal -

II: NINF:4Ilk..: : ._newt RUah.., FOR. SALE bed. :Ice Hollywood refrlirerator.. bed one coal & was the weekend guest of I, with seasonal flowers. Lovely arrangements I .---, --,,' ",' ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,. ,, ..., ,,, ,/,, ,,,,, ,', ,,, \ '
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-.1.I \r i.h. nal.montht wood range., dinette Joe"et ...r.ajl10Reasonable. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn. I of red gladioli were Y Y" NWNIY'I"I I..IA IItNY." XIIIXINtllllll, ,, -atawll/l'I'IINNMIIlIA1nAlI/,,' ',,,,,, ,,, ,, ''II'I' IIIItil.e., .
W: write' Mewing I In.mlre Up Bill used in the living room for decor. ,
Barber Shop C. Wall and son. 30.1 .J"
S I. S at 3 Frlend+ Mrs. H. ><> : ran IJMiy'nFanev
.a" 'n 10 I'Ii Is .,"In.-? "p. GOOIIRARGtiC and Friday I ations. He.l CutBEETS ,
Thursday I
It 1.17,I "'J1 W..... If'" F. .01'1 OF spent last t Invited to be with the hostess Skinless W E I N E R S Ib. 29c I
't ..at' this weekSIIfiAR r- with Mr. Wall In St. Augustine.Mr. honored were Sen. - /' . I Oc .' I
and guest
I .h1 hr"w'1 nli 'hUe' and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and
"".,,. ? )' E.' Johns and
I
,Mq.Hairy, I.ft' Old hip.?PlandlnwUp?Contact fnfn ., )Sunday fr. and evening Mrs. Hans" guests Walker of were MT. daughter and Mrs.? Charley Markley. Ann. Miss. A.Rglantlwlw. .wiwtweeCmaoerc .,.. ,...,watllr__ Mniwe','" IVwnmIIaINtlgn' ," ., .,I.rlp//Ntall' // Mn._dunerl," ''II_"IlonalNlnue,-- "''''' '' ..__.._,......._..-_,...,.....,..,-..t.,IIywNMYwlvuxlx. .''a !

h. CIIB 'P. tae Thank your Miss Garnlta
will wr.tlii.ialPaGtiOI'IRv Mrs. Claude Sparkman In Freed I WlmberUy, tll
bnnln* and
1 "0,1', b.nroomllin for your A, M HKKT._It Hutto Miss Virginia Engram Dr. '
Waldo.Children's "
raei
.,;.' tr r I F. J. Miller, Charlie Parker and :
.4 dw.Iltng' & coats
4v. sweaters
N Ten, .. ItI FOR JIIA T."';( 4-mnm Crime
In ..'k Ii hike.'' Warren 'Wlnkler.W.O.W. ,
"n lot I *too ft. them at STUMP'S.Mr. : i
.. N. P.Wainwright.
: Fon I700. --see
iPoI, '> Sats'farmItp IU. from pOBtofflce.. Jr., Realtor. I'hone and Mrs. Titus Olson were ., : .I

154 In Melrose Sunday afternoon visiting NoticeAll Hy-Grade Oleolb.25C 1\\1\ I

.,.", m AnItA. .r.. nnfnrn.l S-ROOM FfRNISHRD!' HOH3R for \ Mr and Mrs. Robert Watson. ,'I I
-Are,....>flt"h. ... Fit ward.. rent m per ,.,D. Mr... Pale, ItP on :MEN'S:'\ FALL SUITS AT ALVAREZ members of be Woodmen II! tl tlM
2 ml. out.
!II H" fltale Farm. road. Circle are urged to attend a 1(01, I Ii

.:' 'e t'.II..r.. fair .on-' FOR SALE: U31In..1. A "nil De. Thomas H. Slade Jr.. son of meeting at 7:30 Tuesday nightin
lit ; I........ ('ont"1 F.. Frrall' "nt motor new con'I" tiree.lIdeal H. Slade of the W. O. W. hall for the
T.

.. r.mpl.; A.., nl' .....",1. eee 1'.11 eS.w' 10 )fr. and Mr of Initiation and election .
ttp'I' has been awarded a Good purpose
Starke
FOR RENT: 2 apl... pet. entrances. Bar at the Bullet of officer.. Refreshment will be
ld laying partly turn., r..nna". '*. ret.a. 2 Conduct Merit
bit
hen
art red ; $2.a. R. Mlc... from po.foff'ce' N. P. WaIn- School Jacksonville. served.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKOKATH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA FlUD.\
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. r fit;bi{ !. 4 epectlvely, and in bingo. Mrs. D. han and Mary Wells were Farm 11, the noted speaker, Gordon L. B. D. Harley W. M.; J. F. Ellis be home. Mrs. Lazenby Is a pa Mrs. Ray Forsythe. Mra. Arnold (IOFFlCl1i, pl re AG,
: 'J I L,. Nix. visitors last weekend. Their co- Purdy. of Park of the Palms S. W.. C. A. McSwain, :J. W.; tient in Alachua County Hospital. Carlson Mrs. Blanche Cunningham Ry }fares 'Teri, a" 'lDrr!
; !State Farm hostesses were Misses PeggyCaldwell Keystone Heights, will bring themessage. Harry Wilkerson Treas; H. C. and son, Edison. T. Frank" l.nn'rr" ). J) "Wid u
\\11. { Out-door Party and Helen Whitfleld.Patty A cordial invitation Is Harley Secy. Among those enjoying the cane I ... for Pit rrt ".prk' :' PIAtty. I
:r'b f'f'11.. .r\ Ii By Mi*. Bryan Vlhltnrli. Carolyn Crews was hostess at Law son of Starke was extended to all to attend.W. The Mastor appointed the following grinding at the home of E. A.Sapp'a >Acts ? IrBuirAC '
I'1.',p ,\ Mr. and Nodes;: In. hereby given, that the --
Mr.
her Frances
of of
parents were -
yuJ the home the overnight guest appointive officers: Tuesday night
', )' 'i: \ :\1.. 1' I..nl'h..nThe undersigned are pnaired In bunlneiiunder
l. ii' Mrs. O. E. Crews. Friday evening Caldwell Thursday. and Mrs. A. P. Moore Mrs. Gur- the fictitious mime of WhirPering
J. S. D.
ft, Bridge Club Meeting week of Prayer Servicewas O. Anders ; S. C. Har- fines Tomlxt CourtVhls ACeomfonlnr
'1" I 1 I 'i JA: '', entertained with a group of State Farm teenagers Mr and Mrs. R. H. Cox visited observed by the Women's ley. J. D; O. H. Pearce, S. 9.; R. ney Crews and daughter Carolyn ,sting/ Fine lodge at the follow- 1
i, ; I, Mrs. L. F. Chapman and sub-teen-agers as heraround relatives in Orlando From Thursday Union with a covered A. Griffis, J. S.; Joe Brown, Ty of State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. ing: address: Itt. 2. Pox 213IStarkp. >.: Clouds Rheumatle Urine Pain. Oollln het,Up D tor
'i' the State Farm Bridge Club at guests. Games played a Missionary Robert Ward and children of Fla and Intend to register circle. .I""n. r p....."It.. armondtonosorlanla
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until
( "t" j, Sunday. dish luncheon. Thursday of last ler; L. ir Futch, Chaplain. the sal d fictltloun name In the office "et. ....."
" ; t' l'', t dessert-bridge Tuesday afternoon bon-flre and popcorn-popping af- Mr and Mrs W. E. Fillyaw. week at the home of Mrs. T. J. Starke. of the Clerk of the Circuit Coral od I..U."llllJoa,;
1 forded fun for several hours. PLAN' : Jr. of tliftdford County Fin. IIII1z1o,
CHRISTMAS: TBKE. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns trouble.ney
f I, i f''P I': of last week. The flowers that Mrs. W C Townsend and little Alderman. Mrs. Florrie B. Bro..nhad T. H. Connrll. Htai'k", Florida; .. 'k....
'.',' : .4,,., : +1 t graced the attractive entrance Mrs. J. M Bradley and Carolyn Noma Gall Townsend of Lake charge of the program both The Lawtey PTA held a special of Gainesville visited their grand- 12-3 norolhv 12-24 1\(. Council, tJl..ke.o'la.. sour drulIl" for trpa bW1tnl5," 4
meeting Tuesday to for mother Mrs. Belle Johns Sunday. tip
Bradley spent the past weekend Butler were Sunday visitors of morning and afternoon. and arrange _
of
'J 1lt I hall and living room
:: npaclous
; the school Christmas tree. The Pete Sapp Charley Johns and ,
Mr and Mrs M D."ounK. In (IriHtlt ffnnrt. llriidfnr Couiily j
and Mrs Vance .
I with Mr. Geiger pleasant fellowship was enjoyed
A ; the Chapman home on this occasion president appointed a committee Deloran Hodges attended the I Klurlilnl Im hniirr>.
'.t late and with Mr. and Mrs. Reese Mr. and Mrs J. G. Caldwell Josephine Coffey :Miller, '
of Plaintiff
.1.E : r.4 I a variety
{ ;1' were Ilj r
consisting of L. H. Futch H C. show in Lake Butler
Sunday
,1 denoted Bradley In Jacksonville. With were hosts at dinner at their Jessie L. Nimmo, Fernandina VK. H r\ev F. :Millar, IVfendantCni ou.11Saij. .
Fall The tallies too .
; ones. Harley, and Rev. Ballard a Vo. 7002tnlrr
if. cele- Beach has been of his Wilson night.
in a guest
visited Mr. and home Thursday evening .
t l their hosts they .
; ,, seasonal motif. Winners of Of I'nbllt-nllnn tad \otl..e l
: : the
(rJr! tr1 t handkerchief were as follows Mrs. G. L. Cox and family in bration of the birthday anniversary aunt, Mrs. Eva Birt. to arrange for a tree. It was Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Greek of r.. .appear I "The h(1M
; 1. prizes decided not to have Jacksonville ""IT1Te7 OK KLOMint tot (! t.l\'ritin2'
the Mr. I
regular were visiting
I of the former. Guests in Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon Jr.
'' Orlando Sunday.Mr. .
and second high ,
/ii T'i'' ij', .1)t : for high .1IIIrv..y1111..r. who reHlrtenoeand fountain
I
I meeting this month, but to meeton and Mrs S. L. Crews last Sunday. ..
. ,' 1' Contract, Mrs. Dennis and Mrs. Johnnie Outlaw addition to members of the family and little son, Billy returned to nddi'" n !I.: 1938 K. TlemontA peal I
: ; :t' ( score! in I were Mr. and Mrs H K. Tyus their home here last week, after the regular meeting night in Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore were \.-niie, care Olive, Bronx, New tVef used.
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hI't \ :y' Fancher and Mrs. J R. Kite and their children of LaCrosse I York:
: : II+ '\t re-I were dinner guests of :Mr. and and their .eons Kenneth and liar spending the past several monthsin I January. visiting Mrs Rhoda Dowling and Toil are required to appear on 1 .
,8.! old of Starke Mis. Jessie Lazenby in Gaines- .Tummrv :,1. 1444, In the ahnve. mi moil I \SU ONLY
""II.L.j] lit. Mrs. C. P. Sellers at noon Sun- Pompano. O. M Williams had-a painful Court and rauiehereln plaintiff 1.7
''lJ atk'! ''41: ,f, I rA I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews were Mrs. Alice Fancher. of Orlando and almost serious accident ville Monday. seeks ,divorce A restoration ofnuUden

.'('f t "" A ..})!.. PROTECTAND day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. A. Wells of John dinner F,guests Crews In of Gainesville Mr. and Sunday Mrs.- arrived Saturday for. an extended Tuesday when the horse he was . . !Telegraph. name shall, publish Bradford thin County Order I P01\FOR HF.I'r.\CE.\BLE\
visit with relatives. .
!In next four I jNtiuen.Wltnemi
"I .'tt:" Jacksonville had supper with :Mr. riding fell on him. He was rushedto weekly Ow.: r
:. mv nnml and officlnlsealat 3
Mrs Otis Lowman and little
i : ti and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Sunday. Shadycrest Hospital for treatment Lake !'Uarke' Florida, this December clIp
Geneva I
/' .i Mr. and Mrs. C. R McDonnelland : son, Bobby, of Columbia. SC.. : .\ \\
f Visitors of Mr. ana IrV.. and was able to be back 1 1848. \'lIrlrly or Polata
AI..ill... their young son C. R, Jr. are now visiting her parents Mr To Suit
: home the
\ O. Engram last weekend were next day. F."ry"
, I 'If of Dunnellon visited Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. R. L. Sr. fly Blanche Cunningham Taste
: [ Brown Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder of Mrs G.V.. Roberts and Mrs. I
: Other Sunday visitors of
. and Mrs. B. R. Robinson two months with his grandparents. Gainesville lout week Mr. and
Mrs. Charles F. For TIMBER: TIMBER:
Mr and Mrs McLendon Mr. or
were .
Mr. and Mrs.
,?t :''ii'' ; r; CAR'SINTERIOR are now at home to their friendsin Brown. Mrs. R. A Griffis is' visitingher sythe of Marathon are spending
:Il and Mrs, C. W. Peterson and Mrs. Laura Howard mother LAND. SEE. WRITE or
} the house occupied by Mr. and mother who is ill I'j
in
seriously several days here with relatives
s their C. W, Jr., of Green
son lof Mrs J. E. I
Adklns was visiting I CALL WINTON PARRISIIor
W until their Marianna.
Mrs. L.
;; Murphy Mr. Forsythe is the son of "Dad"
;
: tl Cove Springs where Mr Peterson
, \ her Sunday. Other guests of
;, :t't'f. recent move into the Harris is attached to the U. S. Navy. the Adkins were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Aria Galligar of Lake Forsythe who plans to return to L. P. GIBSONP.

> I. !, i.'t, fI. WITH ll house. I Mr and Mrs. J. P. Warren and Paul Howard, and Mrs. Alma Butler was visiting: the school the Keys with them for a visit O. Box 235; : tr tv
r Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambersreturned last .
{ Wednesday.New of several weeks. He is also thebrother 'I
w Jimmie Warren of Jacksonville Phone 3 /
'Williams all of Jacksonville. r
"
,1.a' ; COLORFULLASTING Sunday from Inverness I Iau.
: 1\.J\ \ {.l where they had been called Fri spent Saturday night and Sunday Joy and Bill Alderman spent of Ray Forsythe and I LAWTEY, FLA.Would 1
Blanche\
r rr with Mr. and Mrs. VV. N. Noith Cunningham and a few '
!/' : ','1 I' : day because of the illness of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thorntonhad the weekend with their: aunt. years ago was associated with also like tit lease e..itot I
Mrs. O. Weatheiesbce, of Bran- RiverAND =
Mrs. Sentell Chambers. Friends '
his brother the -
late Dan For timber.
as their guests Sunday Mr. turpentine
: t: ;"i' hope for continued improvement ford.Mr. sythe, in the business i
"I y PLASTIC and Mrs L. L. Thornton and garage
and Mrs Luther
Watterson
,K--, In the condition of Mrs. Chambers LONG: BRIDGE
1.\\;, 'J f ., Jr. family of Archer Mr. and Mrs. entertained as their guests last Ky :\Ir... E. A. Sapp here.Mr. NvJ'r / t//:;
Charles Thornton of Jacksonvilleand and Mrs. F. W.
Hamrlck
Mr. and Mrs. M E. Griner week, Mrs. Theo Simmons and (
SEAT COVERS .
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and three
* d[ ; were hosts at their home Sundayat Brannen little daughter Carolyn Ann of sons of Jacksonvillewere -II\'
'
a farewell dinner in honor of their son. Glen Mrs. S. B. Car- Jacksonville Miss Mary Ella Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carrol and Sunday guests of Mr. and EXPERTrI I <
,:" roll and her three children and Ward of Sunnybrook visit- children of Jacksonville visited I Mrs. T. M. Finley. Mrs. Hamrick lJ
t' sf was
1 : 50 M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Griner t
June and Josephine Crews all Mr. and Mrs. Ira Is a sister of Mrs. Other r ?
\ ing Miss Harvene Watterson on Menitt Sunday Finley. J
f '" t.j Jr. and their sons prior to their
, .. of Lake Butler Mr. and Mis. John Cra-vs of guests of the Finley's Sunday "Vf"to
,. ,,. 3 9 departure for Little Rock. Ark, Tuesday of last week '
I ....
.\ 't"' I <\ Guests were Mrs. R. L. Fowler Mrs.Delia :Manning of Starke Mrs. Ida Maxwell of Jacksonville Lake Butler attended Sunday :were Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Clark of ]
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thorn- school at Thomasvllle, Ga. and Miss
was visiting relatives and Long Bridge Sunday.Mrs. Nancy
: Misses Hattie and Nettle Mae
!& : :: Fowler and John Fowler of Lake ton Monday and Tuesday.Hampton. friends here Sunday. Harry Sapp of Jacksonville Clark of Tallahassee nephewand @aUMBERED: POINTS$ I
""r> ;!7:1 Mr and Mrs. E. L. and was "iI.ltlnhis,\ uncle and niece of Mrs. Finley. II
Kelly
I .J.!, All Leather Trim Butler Henry Fowler of Jack- I
sonville and Alvin Wynn of family of New River recently aunt. Mr. and Mrs E. A Sapp Mrs. Agnes B. Laurence of
Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ad- Monday evening Keystone Heights Mrs. Ray For-
: Misses Joan and Nancy Myni- kins. Mrs. Adkins and daughters Miss Jerry Merritt spent Sun- sythe Mrs. Arnold Carlson, and : 6l'Oh
:itIJt J f STARkEt' day night!' with her sister e,1aticSERVICE I
: : By :Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Mrs. E. M. Prevatt and Mrs. Mrs. Blanche Cunningham were I ',HW.'OlNr FOUNTAIN In
Edith Carrol in
Miss Jacksonville.
Helen Adklns spent Fridayin business callers in Jacksonville
:11' .
Jaci I Mr. Jim Thomas
and
Arthritis sonville. son Robert Thursday and were also calling FOR SALf AT
't' ""r t Seat Cover Pain I Ordination !Service Miss Martha Home was a recent of Johnston and Mr. Hoyt on Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Easterly

fJ: ) nor _ulek ...li \! ,, COMPANY ..._ and floM .t Rb.utnatUm, Arthrllla.it Postmaster of Hampton, was or- Betty Ann Flynn of Starke. Prayer Meeting at Long Bridge Cunningham. i Bradford
t ;' \ 1 Corner Court &: :Madlnon: ..-arttia.....Work Lumbaro.through Sciatica,...,blood or R.urolgls Pint) .do try* dained to the ministry of the Miss Peggy Hinson spent Monday Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Major of ShepherdAt I County
. 'I' : Phone 10 Starkt wear Mart ftUvvlatlng pair BO you can Baptist Church, on Sunday at and Tuesday in Starke with Friends are delighted: to hear Jacksonville spent t'le weekendat I
l
' Ii"i ;" ". O work.t ..enjoy....d lift M drujfUt and sleep tote nor*. comfortably.Quick com(4 3 o'clock in the afternoon in -the her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Warren.Lawtey that Mrs Jessie Lee Lazenby is their home here on the Lake. Gay's Service Stations TELEGRAPHWhen
1 : S \fj!. iji : The five ministers comprising S '.
the Presbytery Board were: R:
'I C. Gray, Hampton church, who
served as moderator and examiner -

1'' To rAxE rHE : Don Martin, Brooker church Bv. !?.II. .FatrhVOTERS . "

J *t ,NO w Now W pqnri' Orville who gave Brooklns the opening Theresas prayer church; TURN DOWN We Say You Save" We Mean It

who offered the Ordination UTILITIES: TAX
I r I ? yam.t Prayer; James Slmms, Mlcano- The largest vote to be cast ina
% py church, who delivered the City Election here for the past
Church Charge, and L D. Halnes several years wan experienced
Starke' Baptist church, who gave Tuesday when: 149 voters visited CRISCO

< h' the Ordination address. Rev. Wig- the polls. or SPRY SHORTENING! 3 Ili. 95c
''Y iQp O gins is pastor of the Gadara The much-discussed<10 percent ,
Baptist church, in McRae and utilities tax was defeated 59 to -
t1 he and Mrs. Wiggins receivedthe 16. It had been proposed by the

best wishes of their many City Council to levy the tax for I
; ,
friends in this great work. the purpose of constructing a com- "There's None Better" I uu1s. Gerber's
Out of town visitors attending munity center and recreation
this Impressive service were: Mrs. building.In (0 17
,
i ,, Mattie Thompson and granddaughters the Mayor's race O. J. An- Jungle Queen COFFEE BABY FOOD
Patricia McCormick ders won over David L. Shuford '
and Vicky Milton, Mr. and Mrs.L. with a vote of 62 to 37. W. E.
il a 1' I I Iji I A. Wiggins and daughter of Hammock was re-elected city I
Jacksonville Mr. and Mra. Wm. marshall) with 57 votes to 43 39d Ib. : 3for25c
Knabb, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hodges 'for his opponent V. A. Reddish. I
'' Trouble Is Our Business McClenny Mrs. Baldree The vote for City Councilman,
Mrs. Slbley Lake Geneva O. B.Plnholster '' with the three high men being: I
R'' i I Brooker One Wiggins elected was: L. H. Futch 73
WELLS ELECTRIC I I Miss Helen Haines, Sheriff H. C. Harley 59 Sidney Shuford Any Brand ': Any Brand of
and Mrs. Oscar Andreu, and Mrs. 53, H. C. Kelly 52, W. E. Plummer Shop At Your .
: i H. Parker and daughters of 36.
; Starke. City Clerk L. H. Hill was unopposed I SOAP POWDER JITNEY JUNGLE M.ILKWhere
i HOUSE WIRING but received a compli-
i/ V. F" C. !SM'akerJohn .
| The LOWEST
mentary vote of 89. I
1'' EXPERT ELECTRIC STOVE & HEATER REPAIRS C. Chllilress of Starke The above are unofficial returns, Large size 31c I
was guest speaker, on Saturday Of Prices Prevail 3 taU cans 39c

evening, at the Youth for Christ MASONS! ELECT OFFICERSAt I --- ,
+ :rl ESTIMATES FREE Service. He was accompaniedby the regular communicationof I .
Mrs. Childress, Miss KatherIne Lawtey Lodge F. & A.
Colnon and Hugh Childress. the Following officers were I
U.
1\1"1 S. Maine
;k; ,? STARKE 106 WASHINGTON ST. On Saturday. night, December ed to serve,for the ensuing : No. 1 POTATOES, 10 IBs 21c'FRESH

FLORIDA

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:( w. FOLLOW gel STOKK Mrs. Hartmann FRUITS & VEGETABLES
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: t t I IuIndian River Tree-Ripened Fruit f t LETTUCE (iceberg), 21 Ig. hds. 21c SAUSAGES,.fresh f bulk. lb. 35c



t Now; Taking Orders for Christmas Delivery Wis. 49c
: Daisy CHEESE lb. -

MARTIN PRODUCE CO. I ORANGES 2 doz.I-ii - 19c ,
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1 CI"rQI HAMBURGER, fresh. gr., lb. 45c


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f y tne-suit gives you box real look confidence that. I q d; llflLDERS' HARDWAREFlouring ----- -. LIVER, IkPicnic : p'Pork, 37; Beef f, 52c

t in your own ap / Siding Framing
; t' pearance. Use our expert Sweet POTATOES 5 Ib. 25c -
: Wash I>o..r. Asbestos. -
cleaning which i HAn1S
t P i lb41c
((4to lb.
1' : ,,1 restores and freshens Shingle "4." ; Skiing (Asphalt 6 )
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I; textures. It will assure Shingles! Steel casements

+ lr ",, feeling.that Call Ircssed-up us today. Ilrlck Saml-Ora\'el-Cement Tender Green BEANS 2 lb. 19c LEG : 69c

6l S. Metal & Composition Roofing I LAMB, ib _
Moulding Screen Wlr
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.V, DEC_'_EUBEK_ 10 1918. BRADFOItn COUNTY PAGE SEVBSI '
.' ---- TKLEGRAm.. __ _______STARKE._._ _FLORID____._________.____ _____________. ... 'i

u Presbyterian ChurchJohn Baptist ChurchIn I. T.V.. Sweat, being in the SEl-4 order jour Chrl.tma* cardsNOW. on cll-|>lay at The Bradford 1:

Church News \\'arre'n Kaufman. Minister: observance of Universal BI- BrookerBy I GrahamBy Range of SEl-t 22 E.Sect. 29, Twp. 6 So. :' '. Complete new line. now I I County Trlrgraph. I

Morning Worship and Sermon ble Sunday in co-operation with ... J. Wainwright, Starketo I P.,
I Hour 11 a.m. The Theme ts, "The the American Bible Society the Mrs. Paul Stewart Mr*. John McKinney J. Wainwright/ Starke; lots
Jowship of Advent" Special Music Significance Pastor of the First Baptist . . . 4. :S, 6, of Blk. E of N. J. Jones J .

lid Each Sunday by the Young Ladies' Choir Starke will\ use as a sermon sub- Mrs Beulah Harrell, Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Parkhurst addition to Starke and lots 1, 2, 3,

w Methodist Church i The guest soloist will be Mrs ject Sunday morning/ at 11 Martin and Mrs. Paul Stewart and family were sightseeing at 4, of Blk. 1 of Highway additionto
r Edward Charbanneau. o'clock, "The Word". Music will attended the officers clinic for I Rainbow Springs Sunday. Starke.
and friends of the Sunday be under the direction of Mrs. the Baptist Association W. M. U.
School Earl
Starling the weekend -
at 9:45 was
: Bring I -
\.,,,list: Church with their fam- the children with you. Our children Ethel Biggs, director and Mrs. officers In Starke Friday. !guest of his mother, Mrs. Kate ; 4. :-... ef,4lJ; $'ae t4' ffATS.I
are invited to attend a Fel- .are busy rehearsing for Mona Canova, organist.The Mrs. M. O. Harrell and eon Starling.Mr. ALWAYS POPS
following: the SunE'en" the Christmas Entertainment and Sunday evening: messageat were shopping in Starke Friday.We and Mrs. John McKinney C."PYASY'W'YIlIUDIEARELIEF 8tNEws-l
service. This, will beacqualnted Treat to be given on December 7:30: by Rev. Lewis D. Haines are sorry to report that were visiting Mr and Mrs. J. W.
I+ affair. New 23 at 7 p.m. The Adult Bible will be "My Yoke", a text taken Mrs. Truby Hodge is sick. We Roberts Saturday afternoon.
? ,. including: some to be Class Is showing real from the life of Christ. The Evangelistic wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. Mrs. Will Melton and son Eugene I
1t led Sunday will be presenteda Interest. growth and service will feature the and Mrs. Gerald Roberts of Waldo attended church SAtMO"I t
itI special recognition will be We Invite others, both Happy Hour of requested hymns of Starke are spending sometime services here Sunday night. + l
I,' L. to newly married couples. men and women, to join us in the and choruses by the congregationled visiting her father, Blrt Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jackson e''''' .f'.
I Christian; Social Relations study of God's Word under the by the plano-organ-duo of Stokes. I i are the proud parents of a baby AT LAST U I/Ille./
"l111ee of the WSCS will teaching of C. M. Turney. Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Mann. Mrs. G. E. McGauly and son boy born Wednesday, Dec. 1, in ....ur. 305".l )
Mrs. Connie Holstein of Palatkaand :
refreshments. The Choir, assisted by Sunday School meets at 0:41: : Shadycrest Hospital. COUGH
a cast Mrs. Paul Stewart were dinner ForYour
has finished
WSCS will decor- Perry Starling just
the to Bible
]M of study the Epistles of the !'
: composed of
men women and guests Sunday of Mr. and
'v for this grinding cane.
hall
E ,: recreation with more than 70 teachers and Cicomulsion relieves promptly becauw
.,on and for their annual children is preparing a Pageant officers to lead the various ages. Mrs. Roy Green. John McKinney has just completed it goes right to the Best of the trouble
':mss party which will be "The Innkeeper Speaks" to be Training Unions gather at 6:13: Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lewis and a front porch on his to help loosen and expel germ laden
children of Jacksonville and Mrs
[ at 3 o'clock Monday after- given on Sunday afternoon, Dec. for a period of "training in home. phlegm ami aid nature to soothe and
church Beulah Baxter of Baldwin spent Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand heal raw tender, inflamed bronchial
.
19, at :5 o'clock. The Community membership" Sunday visiting friends and relatives children were visiting Mr. mucous membranes.Tell your druggist '

.>... for Sun- Is invited to attend. Mid-week service will be led here. McKlnney's sister, Mrs. Jack to sell!! you a bottle of Creomuliion *
sermowillubee"A Question by the Pastor in a period of Mr. and Mrs Howard Douglasand Wynn, Sunday afternoon with the understanding you must like

-Today" 9:45: a.m.. Morning Worship 11 praise and Bible study.A son were shopping In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton the way it quickly' allays the coughor hack.CREOMULSION. go&Ew5
are to have your money
evening the Christmas a.m.; Youth Fellowship 6:30: p. cordial Invitation is extendedto Friday.Mr. and children of Starke were din you
,"nday(will be continued with the m.; Evening Service 7:30: p.m. all to join In these worship and Mrs. L. R. Mintz and ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-

ct e 'A Little Child Shall Friendship Hour 8:30: p.m. services. children and Mr. and Mrs. Abe ry Dyal Sunday. for CoughsChest Colds,Bronchitis
Them'day Prayer Meeting Wednesday Crosby and family of Jackson John McKinney and daughter, LECTRICI0If
i At The TabernacleAmong ville spent the weekend visiting Emily, attended" services at the R
services: Sunday School night 7:30: o'clock. ,...W' t
I their father, Lee Gainey. Hampton Christian Church Sun- WE REPAIRREPAINTREBUIidI 1F .VI*

-__--___........,...4 _._.------ .... -.-....... the special Speakersat Mrs. Pitt Baxter was shoppingin day morning.Mr. ".
4Ntas
the Tabernacle the past week Starke Saturday afternoon.Rev. and Mrs Perry Starlingand -
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE were: Howard Baxler of Van and Mrs. Donald Martin daughter, Catherine, visited
Wert, Ohio (here In the Interests attended the ordination of H. B. Mra. Starling's sister, Mrs. Della BICYCLESLET rout

of the National Laymen's Evan- Wiggins in Hampton Baptist Osteen. at High Springs Sunday.Gee .
"In The Heart of Town And la The Heartsof gelistic Association) on Tuesday church Sunday afternoon. It's moving time In our
The People"A night\ Dr. Roland R. Stoker and Blrt Stokes Is visiting friends section. Everybody trying to get a
Wilbur A. Scott on Friday night, and relatives In Waycroas, Ga. settled down to start the new
and Cordon L. Purdy Sunday this week year off right. .
Southern Baptist Church For AU People morning. Each message broughta J. V. Edwards Sr. and Edd I I

blessing, as well as the special Lewis were In Lake Butler Sat- Deeds Recorded t

Sunday School 9:43< Training Unions GltEvening : music rendered at the services. urday on business. 1/15
Rev. and Mrs. Harvel Pastorof Among the deeds recently recorded -
Morning Worship Hour 7:30Wml. : Saturday night the young peo- the New Hope'Baptist church, in the Court House are:

11:00: Mid-Week Service 1'St' ple enjoyed a unique Bible Quiz, were visiting friends here Saturday -I E. J. Dowling, Starke to C E. I'S MAKE TilE OLD A6 ,
W
I searching the Bible through for I Batten, Starke: Lot 1 of Blk. 2 DIKE LIKE NEWt! b
materials for a Scripture Christ- Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke was of Dowllnga Park SubDlv.E. .
MORNING "The Word" mas cake references for which Mrs. John Cone Saturday W.
: visiting ., : Hayes, Bradford Co. to '
were written down, and this week Chas. BIGGS & BAKER
Hardy, Starke: Part of 6
EVENING: "My Yoke" all are busy making his or her Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and acres of land commencing at NE 105 W. Call St., Htarkf., Fla. 10f-IfjPA'I
.
Scripture Cake.Rehearsals the weekend visiting Cor.
family spent of land formerly owned by
",'Islt The Churchltli The Yfeitlag Pastor" have begun for the friends and relatives Wauchula..
Christmas musical program. Mra. Mary Green of Lake Butler (

---- ---- _._ ,- -- -......,. Is visiting friends and relatives TRANSFER AND t

I St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. here Van this Dukes week. of Lake Butler B. ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE CO. I AWi p

B. D. Simmons, B. D., Vicar spent Monday visiting Mr. and ... INSULATORS which cost $IllS
Friday Dec. 10, 4 p.m.-Chil Mrs. Wade .Harrell. I b 1 ,' "vs., We,operate local btlora the war BOW cod $2.31. Q
dren's Choir rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. Rual Dukes of
i 1 'i 6& lone distance ... loiii!
Sunday, Dec. 12, 10 a.m.- Dukes spent Sunday visiting: Mr. vp AIOR6
Church School. Nursery, Kinder- and Mrs. Edd ,Lewis. l 'IMMOVlNO4'3Ed anywhere In the
garten and Primary Departmentsin Mrs. Ida Weeks of Santa Fe .Mt.MM Iv ..eta era liii maws it teBpuy) ,
l it .. g" V. S. Alito haulIng -
the Service Center. Junior and< spent Monday visiting: Mr. and ") L HIM rate in ictuDi nock bows.thaipnmr. iI

Intermediate departments in the Mrs. Wade Harrell. /if In Starke City But! to .to .. aai

Church. 11 a.m., Morning Prayer Mrs. Cliff Kelly and daughterof the = fritt
,
Limit .
oI.f'.o"
and Sermon by Rev. S. W. Crea- Wlldwood are spending some r s ? (. sad incrtuad ca H
}TIIIII iIR m CI1MJY
oilier
time here with her parents, Mr
the Inragl' r kilowatt-bar
sey.The and Mrs. J. V. Edwards Sr. We -
F
4' Church Is for Agents rDelcher
dally
1 open are glad to report that Mrs. paid bf our wsideitial cnstonera k
prayer and meditation. Edwards is better.C. See us first! temporarily op 7% compared wilk 134LA

CONGREGATIONAL S. Kelly, L. C. Kelly and L. Bros.
METHODIST CHURCH L. Dyal have enjoyed several .
hunting trips to the scrubs.
Services every Saturday night, Folks in our community are e- ... '.
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Sunday morning and Sunday night, enjoying grinding cane and hog pr
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Con- killings. -

I gregational Methodist Church on .
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;
Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grlf- CHURCh OF GOD ;."'t'

I fls, Pastor 8th & St. Clair Ste. I :;

Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor ., .
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Sunday School 10 a.m. )
A Toast To HEALTH! I
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10th St. and Temple Ave Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. .-
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I Sunday Evening Service 7pm.
.
.
Have a drink of health! Watch the glow Sunday School 9.43: a. m.; Morn- Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 1 p.m. .

I of pleasure light up your family's faces ing Services Worship 7:00 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Prayer Meeting Thursday 1 p.m.

I when they sip the creamy, rich goodnessof {welcome. : p. m. Everyone !?*1 W .

GUSTAFSON'S milk. High in nourishment I r
AUTOMOBILELIABILITY
.
I -low in cost-and cream-laden to CATHOLIC CHURCH \ .. ? :' "
the last drop that's GUSTAFSON'Smilk Sunday Mass 10 a.m. INSURANCE JoiC..3* n

Here's health to you! Sunday School 11 am. Although not compulsory it !III 'GETINFORMATION' ,
much safer to carry LiabilityIiMuranre. ;
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m.
PLEPHONE: GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL- i I represent only old .' i'I i

LBCT: FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S I Church Of ChristBible line reliable stock companion. ''I AND
Your buslh H will be appreci- r '.. t
DAIRY School 10 a.m. Sunday ated. / || 'TICKETS'Well ,

Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday 129 W. Call Street '

PHONE 2312 Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sunday Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph + ? % in advance;V

(Green Con Spri ffs, Florida : Phone 134 ': t
| Bible Study is every \VednMI -
SERVING STARKE DAILY N. D. WainwriKht. Jr. Impossible !
I day at 7:43: : Jc ai J



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ROOM BEDROOM schedules, and at fares that are still so low they're
For This Full Price! LIVING 11'.6.I '*' M..'i a' old-fashioned! do your Christmas Travel Shopping Early I IO .. BF AT THE STATION EARN


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Thw u rh. .b....ti'lII ..Gulfst,....." fypfcol el the many ...del. of tho now kaata "- IIe 4'IU
"tin' diipl.y.4 Cane Bl." ln... This li not a picture la safest when you c.. with JACKSONVILLE
tho ____ 80c ST. AUGUSTINE
HOMES ARE ____ 1,00
"" AN ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH OP THE WAY THESE '
BEING A-THIS YOU I P SUGGESTED FLOOR PLAN Jfor ] GAINESVILLE ------ 50e ST. PETERSBURG _- 3.20 'GIFT SUGGESTIO

JM ir.,ior of Tfc GldtrMm"I I* e.mpl.r.o1 rtaht down to U fr.Ji coat .' pe .t. Sket1.n LAKE CITY -------- 85e PALATKA ____ 70e A
Eon Hi. fnmt window .ad! dose' or. p."I.)** in efcolce .f c lon. The Interior Is ..ft r Many Other Models I I OCALA 1.10 ORLANDO ------ [nOornplet.. 'Ii N.
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fROM SELECTED GOVERN. ------------ 2.7S MIAMI 5.53 <:
Mut l'1"-- NOTES THESE HAVI BEEN FABRICATED -------------
i1cI"clinsa :CqUFORNIqft
BUILDINGS WHICH WERE CONSTRUCTED TO MEET RIGID GOVERNMENT ooon.I gt aulatl" '295 Th. l>ul.*' hot
STANDARDS SOxlS ft Ball ti.- J1025ft. riisr jirtiTi. .
Of PHI-WAR SEASONED LUMBER -I J.tI.cllo..II/ Round Tlp 3is. IrQlaPOrtQIItu
he CulfWwo.."con .ko _.... hitoct occouiblo. tot hi fIo 4o. Fee these pieces es"t'h. 1.-4.r" 495 iaJl'rs. Trad..lnd'It. t 1 095 :: 6ja4 E'
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Ice ftl'.blo. to Hih. fyp. of a.viq. :, "Tfco G-Mrtwom"" COM W ."-'. coto4 sad Laded MWko .25x39.ft. (ft.tlaaespr"- .675 Florfda"-- few 6, -ewe tt 1ve r4wwl 8''_ etc,. K

inch*. Ah ........ I. sal wolU .,. poI-4 o.J sods ....! Boon ore co"pIeteIGaJ1 ft. SIN .... J1725BuaQnoon" 1 GREYHOUND ''
Iy "it"'."*.** *:M ..l....... colt of $90. -ne BUS STATION -
Open i Monday Closed: Sundays ussa ft. 875 N. Temple ,Ave
Through Saturday 8 a. m. to 5 p. m'- Starke JI1a. Telephone 147 '
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lit Circuit Court llradford (.... sons. ('liilmlntr any slate right neoordanco with that nerlaln -- EBE
"St'i i ment extended! over A period to I Farmers Urged To Include Better Pastures r'ltirlilill lit 4 hancerp.UoliHliI .. tltlv "r interest. In, or lien up nn, 'the Decree of Foreclosure, ,and, Halecleri'd FIII.J r." ,
Routine Matters 195H.; V \Vnllllll Plaintiff' I .nl.1 r.*al property| h'rl'ln clerici.ihetl, or Decvmber .T. 11I41 by ",,,11-, .
'' February When Planning 1949 Conservation Program Virginia Mc,lee Wahlln. ). .. any part Ihpre"f..1 ..I"! <. lot, John A. H. Murphre. Judge of ,Ih)>" ""J I, "
d Occupy Attention The following amounts "t>rcapproved I .'It.." No. 7017. Lenora Mlnnlik !Mary, Mlnnli, above. nomad Court lu the abi\, ,.
Order. of Publlcntlim ty !Mlnnltk, and Virginia JII.r.1 entitled cause the un..I.AlglI1. .r \I' I '
and
includes Notice
building tol
Of Commissioners for removing ne..r. lute or r'lorliln loll 1 the addressee.. of all of whom re. Special Master hy said Degree iiu. n
from the right of way of State of increased food ptoduction proper stocking of the Virginia I Mcrleanhlln, whose residence | unknown to the Plaintiff except pulnted, will Hell at publlo outLM. ,
((7 223 I iBnyless Highway) : W. T. James Where the pasture! l is over- In unknown* I IYIIII I I that. th... Plaintiff has been lufnrI to the highest bidder, for ,rash dtn, "
't; Routine matters largely occupied from hotter pasture area. 'I I ntctl and being InforniPtl tines| Inir the legal hours of mile on Mon 'h
;, i Y the attention of the Boardof Crosby, $75: II. L. Norman. $100 Rosier chairman of the Bradford stocked, something must be done January are 10th.r"'luII'I| IHI'l:., III to appear the abovennnunl on' lleve that a copy of thin h".1 day. January. 3. 1949 at the HnUlh.\ Is- I
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Also approved was new fencing lost fertility or to keep Miilt mailed above named. port. front door of the Bradford Countvl I ,.
County Commissioners In its county Agricultural Conservation to restore Court and I cause, whereinplsiftlrt I"t tar of Alru Janien, Mlnnlck 142 Courthouse I In Starke. Florida ? I 4 td
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y'y' final meeting of 19-19 held In the for the following property owners Committee nays that too palatable grasses and clovers Countv Telegraph leeks divorce.xhnll Bradford, I'nlon. Akron 4. Ohio ,will'I following dencrlhed. I property Mltii th. t.u I"'"1 6at
whose farms are crossed by with a good vigorous I tWe ekly he delivered. or forwarded. to the Bradford. County Florida I I I I'I '. ,.
along ,
pJh; eourtnousehere Monday. The "old often the pasture Is the "most coming this Order.. In next four aliov named. .' parties.liefeiiilnnfN. I .. Witt: I \ A
lP board" will Road 225: R. R. Crosby 9 rolls. I of the farm. growth.A Issues.IVltnesn I I' ''I A
meet
Jan.
on negU-cted" part Beginning
again mv hum! nail official seal I jreetlniKni You are at a point 41.l ft >1. ,
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y 3 to wind up affairs of the fiscal XV T. Crosby and William Crosby Under the Agricultural Conservation pasture that Is overworkedand nt Htarke' Florida. this December hereby not lfled, that a proceedlnitto South of> NW cur of Nijf*. ofNWl, fOr P1.j\ If
+r > I,r ,w4, 9 rolls: XV T. Crosby and J. R. weak doesn't offer the protection 7. 1I>4< quiet title has. been brought In -. 10. Twp. 7 8. IS. S-j E. then,. \,? 11,
r'r and the "new board",111\ Program there are a number I ('
i 1, year / (OTFICIAT." PKAI.) A. J. ThomasAs the I'lrcult Court In and for Bradford run East fllltt fttn. right of way nt
r t n meet the following day, Jan.I.. I Kelly 9 rolls: Herman Thomas. of practices for pasture im needed to keep the land Clerk of said. Court County, Florida. walnut. you State. ICoad 100, thence run South' I I':
l ;i'k' 1t'4't; ( to organize and begin Its administration 9 roll; and George Cone 3 roll" from eroding. To be a part of the ny haven. Crosby. O. C. I, .and against .all persons. clalmlnR .....Ierly along' .lIld' rlirlit. of war
y the provement.Mr. A. J. ThuntHH. Jr.. Htnrke: Florida, any estate right, title or Interest In 173.8 ft., thence run Went 870' ft,' CanYolTVe.
i, t 2 .( of the county's business A. D. Crosby representing Rosier said that the pur- protective bulwark against erosion All)... for I'li. 12-10 4t 1231In or lien upon the following deiirrl-. thence run North 15 ft. more
r,,) 1 icy f At Its meeting here Monday: Bradford Farm Bureau requester a pasture must be kept up. bed. real. prnpertv situate. In nru, lens, to point of I beginning" nl'j I Securll\ far
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Conservation ford enunl Floi'Id.i, -wit
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of Agricultural y to :
I ? Walter E. Riviere of Keystone; the Board to set up an amount of pose The chairman urges that farmers (.I ITU It Cniirt. lI..n".r.1 ........ The North 1 wrenly-flve (25)) Acresof menuIandhnplurtencrar '. andrrvleryon,, itea<1' 00x1 r
4.) I Heights appeared In relation to80mI' prize money for the best farm Program Is tproductivity o keep up the keep the pasture In mind .'|,>rlilni In ('".ncr.. .t.1 thn Went Three Quarter of the II right. and. privilege thereto belong. th"'m"1, ell1plOYIII'II

nr? road work> in the vicinity; crops to be produced in the coun- of the land. Too when they make their plans for Ch..I..r 1I.I..on.'I"lhllft, ye Helen North Halt nt the Northeaxt. ynur- lt\tf\ A J. I cash\ Vlllue pia"Job. t tl<
;, Nelson felirtiiiit. Cuss No. 7011. ter of Heitlnn Twpntv-four 134Town..hlp ), ThAmn JiTMH. ,'
P of Indian Beach Subdivision Nos. ty during the next ;)'ear. No def often the pasture is looked upon cooperation in the 1919& AgrIcul- Order ..f I'ubllrntlon and >otlce tol 8 (South, Range 22 1':1101. I NtaekeiFlit.' ". ..,. the new f' g Ant Op D
1 and 2. The Board authorized inite action was taken pending of the farm where tural Conservation Program. De- '\ >l..*nr. Olntc e,r ..I..r.<.lj| tin and yon are ht>reby! required' I to file V. Knight .. ,\1.| For, ,. rl
4 0, of the con- as just a part Hl. I n Nelson whose residence. Ic with the Clerk of .said Court your furor for Plaintiff 12-10 4t 12-31 What's 1II0re
I the work to begin as soon as further development crops cannot be grown. Yet In tails about 1910 practices may unknown: written appearance. (perMonallv\ or educational ben
..6 the right of way i Is cleared. test plans Instances pastures could be obtained at the Bradford You are required| to appear on by attorney) In nald proceeding 1 1 ; In Circuit Coon Rrndfnrd C..unlr. e'l for tik4
u many January. (, In the .shove on or before the I..n'htv of Jtininirv I h'Inrld i In ('.... : pro I r e
) l The Slade Gas Co. was authorized I Retail beer licenses were approved 'be Improved until they become I County Agricultural Conservation named. Court and CHUMP, wherein 1941. soil, thereafter to file Kathleen. Berry South. Plaintiff. recruiter I kcet tp,
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to Install gas tank and for the following\ : Henry some of the more productive I I Program office located at plaintiff fckn dlvon c. Bru<1for P (CViuntv Telegraph droll. publishthl If any, to the HIM of Complaint No 1016. 6911d1t
gas;\ heaters In the offices of the S. Childress C. E. Veale, Thomas acres of the farm. 'the Courthouse.TO Order lit next four weekly at the times prescribed. hy of Publli-nllon. anil Notice tn each Momla Y. 9 ."

( Sherriff Tax Assessor and County M. Shears and Carl Harton. iHIMirrftWltnpNK tow therein netting up the estate. State of Florida tot\ NOW IS the a 111Skelton
f mv hand and official A..111nt rlxht or interest In. or Hen upon F. South Whose (lime 10
Commissioners room. The Installation | A written request from JohnH. FRIENDS Htnrko. Florida. thin December the above dedcrlbed, property, claimed renldence I

of roller shelving was Denmark for payment of the Reliable Tank Co. OF OUR SCHOOL 9. It4. bv You Herein fall not or Judgment
i1; | (OFFICIAL 8R\t.) A .T. Thomas will be entered against. you
authorized In the Clerk's office i $300 reserved In the current bud Establishes AA Clerk of said Court. by defiulr. -UHKRE: THE
I'' to be billed In sections and pay get for the Theressa community By arrangement of the Curtis: Hv In".n ('ro..hv. I>. P. Witness my hand and seal of sold. BIG I1\SS IIITt":"
Headquarters HereJ. T. Frank T.nmlrum, Stnrko. Fla, Court at Starke. Florida. thin Sth WARMOUTH:
Publishing Co., the Senior Class Atty for Pit. 18-10 4t 12-31 div' of nereiuber, A. f>. lilt 1 Good B
d Official Heal) A. J. Thomas, as Duck Hunting
S..U on, district managerof of BUS Is authorized, to accept Clerk of the above Court.
,., In the (Irrult Conrt In nod for styled
l Vxiy.Iv'.'} a fC the Reliable Tank Co. an- subscriptions to the Saturday Bradford. Number f.......'''70ISr .1..1.1. In Chun'frrr. 12-10 4t \12-31 THE ANGLERS CAM

nounces the establishment of Evening Post, Ladles Home I/ Tho>npcon. ?Ir.. Plaintiff, versus I.. he Clrvnlt Court nt llrn.lfonl LEVY LAKE Pit.\1RIK
headquarters in Starke. Journal Holiday. Country Gentle- All persona clnlmlnir any estate. onntv.. florldn. In hnncery. CnHeNt.
right title or interest In. or (lien .. 67S2. IHGinVAV 21, 8 MILES !
SOITH
The Georgia Jack & Jill and other OF
serves men, -
company popular the real 1r.1.1W,
upon property herein O>N- Miss DoleJ Hammond. Plaintiff vn. B.
Florida and Alabama, and specializes magazines. When students scribed op any part thereof, Defendant lumen K Bane. et al. rt..fendnnle.NOTICe4 M. Bonstanre Barnhill la. 2, lIa1tthllntf, :

In cleaning, painting and call on please try to help *. OP H%I.F.
111Y {' 1 7t you The State ..f Florliln. lot All per- Tak ). notice that. under and l In

I 1 y repairing steel equipment; service because It Is for the benefit of .. '" .. .._... .._... __ d__ .._- ---- ._ -
k tt'' D on water tanks, bridges radio the Senior Class. d1ED Ii De11 D 11 11 D 11!{ dl dl D tl D dlt Dell Ddl DI
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t towers and other structures;

,i(7 II I and Installing automatic floats

and other equipment.Mr. O'rn'K
Notice IN hereby given I that theumlemlwneil .
Wilson moved to Starke are nianHrt In business
about a month ago and residesat I under. the tlelilious.nam.. of VVhlsperlnif -
t'ineH Tourist Court & WhlHterlnw -
202 N. Cherry St t'lnea! Inline at the follow- + I.e
Two other representatives of ,nw address: Ill 2, I ox: 2130.Iltrk. ,
... Kla, and Intend to register
the company Calvin Kinny and the said flrtltloiiH. name In the officeof .
Alfred Hudson work out of the. Clerk of the Circuit Court

I Starke. of Bradford T. II. Conn.-ll.County,(Ktnrke,Fla. Florida, ;
.1 FIRST TIME IN STARKE! Porothv M Council. Starke, }'la.
12-3 4tp 1224In

i; tiq; i' Hints To Housewives iuJ: i: @il\jt\ Lh/di.

HOUSEHOLD F.Ql'IPMICNT; 4'lrrulf In Court t.haneerr Bradford. County.Klnrlitiu ti tale LrJ ale.

Ouy I': Alexander. Plaintiff v..
; Hear the sweet strains of those Christmas shoppers investing I Mary Alexander, Defendant.. Cane. '

In household equipment this year I No. 6996. : tA' ,
.Order Of Publlentlnn And NollceTo I'
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,, '.l' I lovely Christmas Carols on our Pipe will find many makes and modelsIn AppearSTATM @TfS \ ; i
4>V KIOHII Cot
Nt everything from washers and
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Mary Alexander whose reHldonre. In: l.: ....
; Organ. That wonderful music. home freezers to electric hand 331 Market Street Patterson,. N. J.: "::?1t{ +-'\ r..ft ,
Irons. Price and appearance are You are required to appear on ,<<. '''-. _, 1{ "H" ..If.. .
January 3. 1949 In the above named J >,. ,," .1- 1'.
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likely to influence shoppers mostIn Court and ..cause wherein plaintiff 4; ;", : > ,\. .."' '.""y;, J'1't.' '<(;..: ... \t,' .
making their choice yet neI- seeks dlvoraa. Bradford County: 0V; HEADQUARTERS for CHRISTMAS Telegraph shall publish thus Order TOYS
ther of those is a dependable In next four weekly. ...SU..S.
guide to best value household Witness. my hand and official seal
iq GIFTS The most complete array of at Starke, Florida. this November 7JJILllZ7LJPJiIJ4I/J
equipment specialists of the U. S. 26. 194*. GIFTS

I+ exclusive Jewerly Gifts south of N. Y. Department of Agriculture cau- (OFFICIAL A SEAL* Clerk) of A.I.said Thomas Court.

M tion.Other Ivy Haven Crosby. D. C.
; iy Watches Diamonds, Wedding considerations before William f). Morgan Fifth Floor
7 ,' Clark Itldir. Jacksonville Florida,

Rings. Compacts Identification buying It Is are generally suggested safest: to buy Attys. for PIt. l24t; 13-34 -( h& fS {Ss t sfaQCf|

+ Bracelets. Special Gifts for all manufacturer equipment made known by a for reliable good !. Clrralt Court-Bradford ('o..t,., They Drink from the Bottle' and ?

I' Ploridai !. fhmmrrrrR. ,
members of the family. products and well-established so B. Sullivan Plaintiff v.. Lou Wet Their Diapers r I
that he can back up his guaran- Veda Sullivan. Defendant. Case. No. 11 o.4.

t'fl r'' NV tee. Relying on the manufacturerIs 7000.Order Of _.lle.11... And Notice 9
DRINK AND D
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Buy Gifts in 1 necessary because parts that Am
Christmas .
your Harmony to the STATE OP FLORIDA lot :: Count! most toward ,good lasting Lou Veda Sullivan whose residence ,
7 Carols so fitting to this occasion. Santa Claus service generally are underneath la unknown: WET DOLLS AUTO TRANSPORT
You are required to appear on :
where they cannot be examinedand January 3, 1949, In the above named!
Headquarters .for Christmas Jewelry Gifts atq' equipment does not carry Court seeks. and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County I. l.OO.ach C 2.29 CELLOPHANE

labels fully describing them.In Telegraph shall publish thin Order'

choosing between different In next four weekly. Isiues.. Sweet little dolli drink << 89c
-they Looks Just like the big
Witness mv hand and official heel]
F. models of one manufacturer give and wet, Thirty 11-inchas
q' \Harley at Starke, Florida; this November nell Has 3 passenger car
Strong special consideration to the one I 30. 144S. AF.'AL U1L Lovely fort wtotof

he turns out in largest quantity (OFFICIAL As Clerk) of A..1.Bald. Thomas Court inodels and 2 metal ramp in red diameter lamp.:It's twin

w. usually known as his "standard" Ty Haven Crosby, D. f*. "
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t f "Gift Headquarters In Jewelry" model. models Zach If Douglas, IS05-507 T.ynchBulldinR -. =
cost
'Special may '
I Jacksonville Florida it .'
t I more than they offer In convenience Attya. for Plf. 12.3 4t 12-24 Actually Pfaysf II Voice

ii i n Your Finest & Leading Jeweler I and service. I,' Every Girl Crying

Look for essentials rather than II Should Have One' Eyes That Mon
In Clrralt Court Bradford County.
"= style. Elaborate trim and fancy Klorldai In (...n.....,.. q Beautiful lash!
I
'- extras have sales appeal but I T. W. Aydlett Plaintiff. vn Vlr- \_ FOLDINGDOLL Ii

:''k '. bring up the price often without ulnlii No.Phillips 700ft. Aydlett Defendant.Case S 1 = CARRIAGE What more

I making the equipment do its main I Order Of Publication And NetlecTo
r.- Ii would she w
yy Job any better. Deluxe models I OP. AppearftTtTH .....OR...' tot IVirginia :29: '

may cost twice as much as "standard" Phillips Aydlett, ihhr: residence 17-KIY 11.95 ,
; 2Pc. VELOUR4i.S last known Is 1 ; ,
models but
( or "stripped" Avenue Highland. Park Norfolk
Body and hood
PLASTIC PIANO are covered with
r generally are the same in essen- County, Virginia: '
tials. You are required t* appear on A beautiful plastic simulated leather Has foot 1

Living Room SuitSpecial149.50 Look for the UL, (Underwriters' Court January and 3. 1949 cause., In, wherein the above plaintiff named diction of a modern repro-Baby. fi hub brake rubber tire and plated J '
Orand. Has cape
Laboratories) seal to be sure the seek. divorce.shall Bradford County 17 keys and
Telegraph publish this OrderIn plays sharp and sate )
equipment is constructed for safe next four weekly iKsues.Wltnesn O'tot

4i"" ';S-I use. On gas equipment the AGA .at Starke, my Florida hand, and this official U"c..mb..rI. seal i it

: (American Gas Association) star 148 Marvelous Gift
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shows that it meets standards of (OFFICIAL. SHAW A..1. Thomas 'A
I As Clerk of said Court. i
good construction performance, try Haven Crosby D. C. ,
'I and John J. Henderson, Esq. Saint. Dormeye r "Power Chef'
See The I safety. Augustine., Florida.. ,
!< i Original Beautiful China Base For good convenient servicing Attya. for Plf. 12-3 *t 12-24 MIXER AND JUICER Color

t +; DEEP[ FREEZE It pays to buy from a local dealer ... 16-Inch
,, M rirenlt Court. Bradford ( .tT'
i with a dependable service depart- Plorldat In ............,.. DOLL

i ; Rayon Shade ment to save sending equipmentor Ollle Charles.C F. Herndon.Herndon, Defendant Plaintiff Case v"..) ? dl 29.95 BABY

parts to the factory for re- No. 11971.! Herbodrii
Home Freezer pairs. It Ls especially importantto Order Of Publication. And Notice' Takes over every whipping, and soft attd 3.

Table Lamps : check on this when buyinga I ov' AopenrWTCTE FLORID* rot The Tourist :3-Way Q iy letting Job does it faster does II cnUl and

home freezer. Charles F. Herndon whose. residence PORTABLE it betterl! A gilt with a lifetime her head.
Is lOll hell Meade 'B'
t1 5 Cubic Foot : Avenue, 59.95 S are c ompo SI taatloa
I North West Atlanta, doorla RADIO of service
e, center project was consideredand You are required to appear nnTanuarv II tf dresfttd.
? 'i' ,, (Cabinet Type) i J payment was postponed to :. S. 1(49, In the above named Play on AC-DO house current 8 A
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff fti
or batteries. .
later date due to of Featherweight. -
mam Only a shortage seeks divorce Bradford County -
funds. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Brown plastic. I/J'/
next four weekly. issues.Witness II
Special ---- $$199 The bill of T. J. Alderman for mv hand itnd official seal (\
6.95 reimbursement for amounts paid at Htarke. Florida, this Hat. ember d IT'S A WHOPPER';.:
2. I'M
F'' I for tax certificates erroneously OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas. : r4i I \ ".
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issued on I. I. Board lands ;was Aa Clerkof said Court J +
Try Haven Crosby, f). C. J!"
laid to later date because -
RCA And over a James. H. Bunch 203 TAUT Exchange -- t
of lack of funds. building, Jacksonville Florida.Attys. .
for I'll. 15-3! 4t 12-24 ,k
The bill of DeWitt C. Jones D 3ssTe G.n.relMills Tru-H.at .& :c
WESTINGIIOUSE mortician for funeral of the late In Clrrolt ro.... Bradford Coaalr "}

VVESTINGHOUSEELECTRIC; Nellie Smith wife of Felton Floridale: H. Hurhorsl.Caaneerr.FMwarri .Plaintiff vs. > Cameo ELECTRIC IRON C'Rk; .!

Smith, was refused. Katherine M. llurhorst Defendant.Case .
The bill of Andrew J. Orlffis No. 7009 TABLE RADIO \ 7.95 8 /I-I'
r RADIOS I Order Of Publication And >. for building two chimneys and '. A.......rJT Smart white Does the job quicker and d .
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'TR! ov 21.95
FLORID* tot
one flue was disapproved because Catherine M llurhorst whose residence pla t1c. Anto- better. The back is tapered
s the work was reported unsatis and address IA: Unknown matie volume so you can iron In any di /
TOil are required to appear on controL Bnllt-la loop an- rection. Can't overheat.
factory. January S. 1949. In the above namedCourt tenna. Beats on its side
Bonds in the following amountswere and cause, wherein plaintiff.

RANGE approved for newly elected Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish.Bradford! this.Cnunty Order t 1
county officials who will take of- In next four weekly Issues. -

'u fice In January: Witness mr hand. and official seal LIONEL "SCOUT" 5-UNIT ,
r .at Starke, )Florida this December FREIGHT 1j
County Judge E. K. Perryman 1. 194H ,
$1,000 (OFFICIAL 'II'\I.\f' : A J Thomas e RIDE 'EM
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As Clerk of said Court. "
l Clerk of the Court A. J Thomas Rr Haven Crosbv n (". cv >
\i Jl.OOO T. Frank Ijvnrlrum Starke. Florida STEAMROLLER iT
Ally for Pit' 13-3 4t 11-24 1LI .
: Sheriff P. D Reddish $2.000( @ -
Tax Assessor Guy Andrews .

$1.000 29.95 Iii
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly $10- W.C.T.U. ''Iasy T....... 7.49


G 4950tffl 000' School Superintendent Harmon Low la price bat Dial la raluel. Bai big rtaani type loco. 1,

+ TABLE THE MODERN WORLD IS _the with" tender., fonctel ear ell ear and rahooee. 'Tract ,I

Morgan $6,000Supervisor Registration A. L. EXPOSED TO TIIRER GREATDANGERS layout tranafonner.laetadee) 10 sections of track; eo pang control uid 1 A AU metal strong and sturdy and sa rf"IL t* fot\

21.50 : ATHEISTIC COM- *. folks to for a tot.
to Crosby, Jr. $500> MONISM ATOMIC WARFARE, ride. Wonderful toy
Commissioners Carl
Prevatt.County Ira Wilson and M. O.Harrell AND WE BEVERAGE ALCOHOL. tat'IOt 11 l ti1t'r 11+r'1it>* 1g r ""' ,.., C -
ARE GUARDIUO tIIt"CIt _11t
$2,000 each.
DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. School Board members I.. A. AGAINST COMMUNISM AND Firestone
ATOMIC BOMBS.; BUT WE Home
ARE
to 'I $2,000 Canova each., J. E. Brown L. T. Johns PROMOTING ALCOHOLISM. & Auto Supply

lqI STARKE, FLA. of (CLIPSIIEET. METHODIST
Justice Peace Clarence lfoo Temple Ave.
BOARD OF TEMPERANCE.
Rhoden and Constable J. L, SU- ) J. P. ROBERT'
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i t cox, $500 each. 4

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