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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 24, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOLUME: SEVENTY-ONH STAKKE. FLORIDA ...[::...\V.. DECEMBER; 24. 194H __ NUMBER TENs


CALENDAR OF EVENTS. l Warm Weather Ilmenite '

"j-gt. Edward's church midnight mass, 12 o'clock.
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.);-- church, Graham, Xmas program, 8 p.m. --- ..--rr' 'I
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2j--gtarke Christian church Xmas tree pro., 8 p.m.I Gives Berries ''

24__Episcopal midnight vespers & communion, 11:15.: .

96_.Methodist, student recognition service. 7:30: p.m. ...
7State Prison Xmas pageant 7 p.m. Public invited Early StartBradford ,

;>-Official visit of Rotary District Governor, 7:30:

w P.M., Methodist Recreation Ruilding. a .'.. .

".1. New year's eve dance, Jr. Woman Club USa, !9 p.m. County's strawberryseason I
-Baptist church annual watch-night service, 8 p.m. got off to a pre-Chrtst- ;"{ ;

3.Waldo Chapter OES. No. 120, School of Instruction mar start here this week as the
John Dulaney Co loaded its first
Masonic Tample, Gainesville, 10 a.m. '
truck at the State Farmers'Mark-
school BHS and Grammar Schools.
3-.Back to et Tuesday.

: g-jr. Woman Club tea, Club House, 4 to 5:30: p.m. The exceptionally warm Decem- :
(
ber weather has hurried fruit to

tional Guard Gets $2,400 Payroll early freeze maturity comes along here In and the unlessa next }

few days to change the picture, l l :
d deL
volume will be fairly heavy by Ip

[ Time For Christmas Shopping .1 the Seventy-five end of next crates week were sold i I T I ,

at the market Monday and 225

anta Claus and "the ghost" listed men, and Capt. Ingram Tuesday. Tuesday's average price
Ld hand In hand for mem- stated that a recruiting drive will 'was 8.10, ranging from a law I
I of the Starke National be launched in January to obtain of $7.SO to a $905 top.J. :

ird Company Wednesday nightn the 29 additional men now authorized H. Dulaney's buyer arrived '

a $2.400 quarterly payroll He called on civic leaders at the market Tuesday and will I Just one year ago this'week it j

I dispensed to the personnel and the public in general' to cooperate remain as long as volume is sufficient ington, Del., had leased 4,000 acres
the organization's holl- with the Guard In this to warrant It Is expectedthat
wing for the of mining ilmenite, 1
purpose
banquet held in the USO drive in view of the financial trucks will be loaded out I
Today, the mine is
nearing
benefit that Increased
,ling. strength on Thursday and Friday of this
A nice little Christmas presentthe would mean to the community week. Pictured above is the completed
company and for the "It Is possible that we might separators from other minerals i I j
Berry acreage in Bradford
soon have a $12,000 or better hoppers where ore that has
chants of Starke, Capt. Hugh County Is estimated at 500 acres already
Ingram company.'commander, ; annual payroll if the public would this season, an Increase of at further refining. The building' houses : '
Imented theJefit awake to the and
in pointing out opportunity
least
200 acres over last year.
that the organization lathe help us Interest young men in a \ ;: ;:

community In a financial, the many benefits now offeredby
l ell as other ways. the National Guard," Capt. County Float Fund
Practically all of this money Ingram said. "Our communityhas ,
1 be spent right here In Starke been seeking new Industries, Still Needs $100,

I weekend", Capt. Ingram courted which is well and good-but hereis Maxie Carter: Says
"and our local merchants an 'Industry' which we already
Lid feel Its stimulating effect, have and which can now be built Maxie Carter, chairman of the )
ougqthey might not stop up to mean more In a financial Finance Committee of the Brad-
hmll where it Is coming from. way- if everyone will get behindIt ford County Fuller Warren Inaugural = -U ;
''apt Ingram said that theII and push." Float Fund, reports that

.- should be even larger In The company commander an- he has collected a little more than '
I near future as the company I-t $800 and that the float Is In the J
nounced that 1st T., C. Hazen : : /!
i just been notified that Its : making In Tallahassee. A check j 1
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has been transferred from the : .
authorized strength will be 79 has been sent to takeicare of 'I""
i. The present strength is CO en- company to the Staff and,ls now the expense' having the float I \ : ( :

i present strength Is 60 en- serving as Battalion Adjutant>.. made. ,p '0 Ir i ,
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).Ir, Carter also says t Rat the
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GathersClothes I queen and her attendants'' are to '

|ty Cagers Play Rotarians be furnished with gowns or cos-
For NeedyAt tumes from this fund, and that

their expenses will be paid ,while
lets Yule EventA they are in the capital city two
Monday days.
considerable amount of usable
The chairman says that If It is i
clothing was collected by the Ro- possible to raise around $100 more,
e first basketball game on tary Club Wednesday when mem- the funds would be adequate to .
Starke Athletic Associationule --.z.L.I: : !
bers brought articles of all kinds take care of the necessary expenses -
will be played against This structure
complicated 1
Green Cove Springs Navylets for distribution to needy through follow behind the I ,
"I have done best to dredge, separating time.'I!!
[ Starke Monday armory.night at 8:15: In ,' the Red Cross and Salvation see everyone about my their very contri- of spirals,. originally devised by the I j ,f

Army. butions," Mr. Carter said. "It gold gravels. The ore will pass
ere is no admission charge Herbert Deal of theorganization ,
president by any chance I have missed -
I the public Is Invited to come +k .'
announced that a seeing you and you would like r
and support the team. Da- :
number of baskets of food would to make a contribution, you can '
ons will be received, however, : )
also be distributed by the Club see me personally or mail a checkto
t
|'help defray expen.ses.layers to needy families. Maxie Carter, Box 12, Starke,
on the city team are: Fla"
Following the luncheon the Rotarians -
fcrds Jerome Johns, J. T. Pol- .
exchanged gifts and each.
P, Hugh Ingram and Bobby I"3' t
ADDRESSESOF
kh member read an original poem *
; Forwards Jerry Warren fi ..
about the one receiving the gift. {
f Walter Frick; and Centerph INTERESTAddresses
Begue. It was announced that District
Governor Francis Bridges would of view and renewal

'tes Wednesdayr pay his official visit to the club subscribers to the Telegraph that i
next Tuesday evening Dec. 28., will be of Interest to friends: I ;

Sgt. FountainThe The regular Wednesday meetingwill E. B. Milligan 4762 Astral St., :
be dispensed with next Wed- Jacksonville, Fla. I
remains of Sgt. Curtis nesday and all members will bo Fred Rader, change of address ;I.T: ;

Fountain, 21, who was killed\ expected to attend the meeting, from Penny Farms to Arcadia, 0. :
Burma on April 3, 1944, arrived Tuesday nig1t.Public \ Mich. \
Starke Tuesday morning for Mrs. Verdie E Plummber, 7750
urial In the family lot in InvitedTo NW 4th Ave., Miami, Fla.
nner Cemetery. T. J Moore change of 'address ) .

Sgt. Fountain is survived byre Prison Pageant from Hellbronn Springs to 417

e Sisters Mrs. N. L., Jordan Monday Night N Kentucky Ave, Lakeland, Fla. )
Orlando MM James Lancaster : Mrs. Ovada A. Honabach, 377
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Winter Haven, and Mrs.'F. A. Members of all Starke churches N. Granada St., Arlington, Va.

sell of Green Cove Springs; are Invited to an additional show- Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock, Box The'
foundation
(d I four 603, Beach, Fla. barge of the -
brothers, S. A. Harvey ing of the prisoner Christmas, Delray
''untain of Gainesville, and Jes- pageant at Raiford Monday, Dec.1 Cpl. Hugh M. Sullivan, 3rd Air day Is the U-shaped object seen ,
Less and Frank Fountain, all 27 at 7:00: p.m. Inat. Sqdn, Bomb L, APO 328, to be mounted. C J. Bastedo, general
Green Cove care Postmaster San Francisco, percent of the'sand!! pumped by'the
Produced by a group of 100 Inmates :
Mineral Calif. i 96 percent is returned as "back fill", I
services were held In of the State Prison, the : ,
r Pine Level Baptist Church Christmas musical Is arrangedby Mrs. Donald Henley, 5530 Wren, : mately. one mile long and 600 feet I

ednesday afternoon St. Louis, Mo. i. .., ,
with Rev. the Rev. Leslie Shepherd, .., .r i
E. Mrs. R. B. Secrest, Box 103, 't
Hall officiating. Pall bear- Chaplain,. and the Departmentof ..; kr J : :'. "
Hallandale, Fla. .. ..
were members
of the Starke Music under Jim Rltch. ..
"erlcan Legion Post. Carl Lindvall. 314 West 10th i!
DeWltt St., Wayne. Nebraska.Mrs. 'i;'
C .
Jones
was in charge 2,643 Children R. H. Barbour, 103 Cadiz

arrangements Enjoying HolidaysBradford St., Tallahassee, Fla. :j ;

Herman Gold, Georgetown, S. C. r '
osier Sells Home County school chil- A P. Hallman 2501 N. Park- 1

o Martin Land dren, 2,613 strong, began their wood Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. :
Christmas holidays last Friday. L. E. Rigdon, change of address J ]I

Burton' Rosier has sold his home They will begin the trek back from Starke to Grand CrossingFla.

Lafayette St. to Martin Land to the class. room on Monday, :
,0 Mrs. Charles 220 W.
will\ move in the house, with Jan. 3.Based. Hardy ;
family Church St., Gainesville, Fla. :;
. around the first of on average daily attend-
* year Mr Rev C. A. Crosby, change of
Land is employed ance figures there are now 2.020 ,
th the address from Miami to Linden,
; Dixie Lily Co. white students In the county and
Mr. Fla.
Rosier has been In 623 negro. Last year's average
living Addison
.atka I Miss Nina Bishop, 14723 i
since attendance was 1,904 white )
Is September, where dally St., Sherman Oaks, Calif.
y. employed .by a gas .com and 632 negro.Discount .' )

At the Stores To Close !
present time the house On TaxesTax i
. Mrs eupled by Mr. Roster's sis- On New Year's Day :! I
ughters. H. H. Brice and two Collector C. A. Knight I f
Mrs. Brlce husband( reports that the bulk of Bradford Starke stores ;will be closed ,
ationed :
Pao with the Army In County taxpayers took advantageof iwo' Saturdays In a row due to t'jctured above \U the foundation : ) :,

the maximum. four percent the: fact that both Christmas and will be removed! from dredged-up 1
He New Year's Day fall .
discount offered in November. on Saturday.At conditioner :'
barge will float In the
roperty Sold reminds those who have not yet a recent meeting' of the
Commerce it decided Construction ,01 the mine began ;
paid their taxes that they can Chamber of was ,
J' A.. J. observe the Trail Ridge Project operation. W.
McKinney of Grah&m; still obtain a three percent discount to the New Years ; '
,ant sold 10 acres of land and during December. On Janu- closing in spite of the fact that Six or seven 70-ton cars of /<

room house on State Road ary 1 the discount drops to two Saturday Is the "big day" of the duPont company In Wilmington and !

Dear Graham to E. C. Green. percent. week for local merchants. paint pigment known at the present ,

Jr.. and Edwin !-lorn.by, port-.cretary. Mrs. Marian U.lWe. ra-::;:1' I Il

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I; iJr..: ft'" PA.GE- -------TWO- -- --------------- --- ---------- ---- -- -- -- ---, -,- -- -. services Sunday conducted by D -
.i"tf\I;: \ j V 'I. [ Llsh Lang In not much better. Lake Geneva Pine Level' Mrs J. E. Starling, Jr, and A.lblilis.v
Bradford Telegraph! Hilly has been home on .
t ; ; County Clay Jean Lang: Mr. Mrs. Robert Myrick of Starke I Ienj
; furlough. Visiting his parents By 91m. II. M. McRu relatives
:
here
visiting
!Ill' ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNKH-EoiTOH: Lura Burge. Hohr and Mrs. Richard Lang. He is fly Blanche CunninghamMrs. were Tues I l4 Lumpye::: RrE,",

\ 11'hf., ,:! '1l N, published" Every Friday. and Entered an Second ronca, Ncbr. being shipped to and Germany Mrs.and Wllle he 1 . . niKTIIDAV CELEBRATIONAT I day.Mrs.. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva :Wuellj: :'II W'' :::b.b''

i/ :i i ClaM Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Flo. Padgett Is happy.lost Mr.their baby. Died sud Sue Myrick returned home CONNER HOME spent Saturday night ,with I 0.w.r.. ,111J0,1/.104', t4ry:
' ( ? \\hereln I for the Sunday evening after spendinga Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. : Pie" 0' 'Wn.
prepare Lorene A celebration was glv- 'laIocUDQ
\ 'ioil denly. We are sorry. birthday Dcr
with ,
f. MEMBER 1948 ChrlHtmaH, thinking of those pant. Fields spent the weekend with few days in Gainesville ,Mr. en at the home.of Mr and Mrs. ,
: l- her son and daughter-in-law, :'
bubl
'f and rajnjlng my tree with Mildred Wood at Jax Beach. Lovely also L. L. Conner last Sunday in hon
She
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and Mrs. B.I. Myrick.
\ ,L 'it I j Subscription $2.50 Annually $IJSO For Six Monti Ing light. Christmas card from Mrs. J. called on another son and his wife, or of Mr. Conner and his grandson *
: J t r.. W. White at Starke. Hope Hazel Doyle Conner son of Mr.
real "Peace on In Starke
R.
1'It1 o God! Give us Mr. and Mrs. Myrick
//1 i W"" Grlffls and baby get the little and Mrs. Leon Conner. f
: and Mrs. H. M. }\cRaeof
Earth" once more. and Mr.
! : k 'i ;.; gifts I sent. Letter from Mildred beautifully
; was
stillness fill the flag- Level. The living room
'I Let froHty Pine
1 )$ .\1' lt,; ; .h l d.j Sculley,--all are well. Louie Car decorated with the Christmas tree "
9i / rant sky. of
: jI / /'J' caners'n the home
Sunday ,
I ,t II ter has a new dog a deer dog. In
,f : ; : ; While Ivory clouds go scuddingIn Sam where gifts were presented. "
Bell. Carter Is Mr. and Mrs. E. Gnann were ,
:\ !':' the sky, named George' the dining room two long tablet ,-
"
j i and Jessie Gnann of Tampa and ,
"' U Mae carter
,:} To make a lovely picture every grinding cane. .41a were bountifully spread! wLtlgood ,
; permanent Elbert Gnann of Tarpon Springs.
r'1 was going to geta new:
center of attrac
\ I, I I'I .where. food and the
,to .,l\r'\ ,tl-t"; with for Christmas.! Having a I Mrs. T. M. Finley and daughter beautiful birthday
covered
, I II t Let streets be deep tion was a
Lj tt"v at the Holiness and daughter-in-law
i Christmas Martha Sue
pl i program
'
candles.
\ \ ) ,; yrsa sparkling stars, cake with 72 lighted
"J
: church. Letter from Mar- Mrs. Leonard Hamm and baby :
,!(t II. .".' I Let all the winter roses bloom Those who enjoyed this occasion
,"', guerite Crews, a former teacher. were Jacksonville callers Sunday '
'\. : 1' again She still teaches In Jacksonville, and Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Leon "
11\}::\' -.t''' While Christmas angels fill the Conner and family, Mr. and Mrs.
l}' 'J '\ ; ; !;;};I'I''I't ; "Ass lheangrl.sib unia them.3gPLlr velvet night and Is well and happy. i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe Raleigh Conner and family Mr.
!: y h With Madrigals of holiest refrain. The sun Is trying to shine It Is :i E. Stallings and Richard and War-
Jt: ", and Mrs. W. C. Conner and daughter
: '':!''f'I, f.!: rlo#: But most of all. swing wide my 0.00: a,m. I will go get the mail I ren Cunningham :were Starke cal Evon, Mr. and Mrs. Felix \01
'!JI t.' heart, and send this away. When you lers Tuesday.Mr. .
poitaled
''I't Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Shaw
It'
,*l'1..t : 11'; fi lorbehotb.3bringgoattingsofgrrsl 'I Remove the rancor an corrodingsin read this It will be almost Christmas and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clara ,
M ; To each and
};J \'f: ; log( .mlltl| shall far la all!I puiplt." ;, ? Eve everyoneI three children Donnie Emma ence Hutchinson and family, Mr.
b"i ,'' And help me keep one holy can- wish a very Merry Christmasand K.: and Linda will spend their and Mrs. Marcus Conner and e h
1"\" I \\ dle light In fantasy I shake the handof I Xmas vacation with relatives in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald V 'z ijbna
: / c With fervent prayer that Christ each of you and say God bless ConnelUvllle, Pa. Conner Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Con- :

, .. ,!' i' I. may enter In. you, a Happy New Year too. It The Gentrys expect to spend ner, Dr. D. B. Clapp of Tallahassee
.Ili'{ I right there with '
ElbaHere
"' ,,1 ." I Karen seems am just .
{t' :r. } the weekend in Silver Springsas Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, \
, ; .. you. Such a' grand letter from
of Mrs. Gentry's daughter and Mrs. Charley E.
), "t, It..} I In our little town there is Charley and Ted Johns. I know guests Senator .J
i ; .. Even when the wind blows and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc-
: 1 1. peace. how proud you all are of the
Xr 'lt Ir 0 ., and the trees toss and Bert Busbee. Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner,
a gale Senator and family. Yes they
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'<( .fi1t MERRY XMAS/! aJ!
t' J. M. Williams and E. A. Drig-
feel that
It moan, you can always are grand people and I shall ,
e h p Inner peace. That I too felt at never forget the happy hours gers of Bostwick, Mr. and Mrs.
from fire, beat and add soda.
Alvarez Mrs. Helen Bar-
,
.';I 'f'.j' : : ;" t: 1.r Clay Hill. Here the snow silence.I seemsto spent In their home nor their Stir In pecan meats. Pour on a ber Roman of Palatka and Miss Anne \
I blanket of white
1\\. .,' ) i1li: : -, lay a kindness. They are the salt of
"" buttered dish. Cool cut in
J' 53 In all.
,"'I'0";J 1 ', j think peace can be in our hearts, the earth. Ruth Crosby
have made with God squares. !
It
we peace
;i I' HELPFUL. HINTS. To clean We are glad to report that our .
f : the are full What a beautiful morning. It
'. : even though papers MAY THE
,:Jt'I t, plastic curtains, use a window pastor Rev. W. E. Hall Is much SPIRIT
\ jr.'I.V /! wars.'This earlywe
of cold morning
will be Christmas. We
p f, r.. ,. cleaner. Polish with a soft cloth. soon are Improved after his recent illness
",\nel It <'ani > to puss' In those days., that then went out a In October we
old. Just
l4 Caesar Augimtim that all the world! should l he taxed. (,Am', years Take 2 cups brown sugar 2 cups presents beneath. My bird is ,--
s? buried his son shipped from over-
ri thH taxing Mai first made when CY"'IIUlI'a8 governor of Hjrlu]) seas, killed In Italy. I can just syrup, 1 tablespoon vinegar. 1 singing. Life la good. We have GIVES
1 teaspoon
butter
And all went to !Is> laved every one Into Ills own city. see the big tears In his fathers heaping tablespoon sixty Christmas cards now MER-
soda. Mix molasses and butter
:!' t, ;+ "And Jowph also unit up from Galilee, out of the rlty'of Naareth eyes, his only son. and he loved cook until thick add vinegar. RY CHRISTMAS again. God bless 111 I 44.teatt on Cartb
'
fl r Into Judea, unto the city of David which I It railed Bethlehemhnrauw ,, him so. If he had only known how Cook until it threads. Remove you. Love LURA FASTr
he would have been with
soon
rip ( li<> nan of the houw' and lineage of David) to be taxed with

y+ I Mary his pwpouNed wife, bring great. with child. And so It was, that been him, perhaps less. Now the they grief will would lie have side r. when COLD
while they were there, the days were aoiompllHhed that ale. uliould beg by side. Yea, it Is best to bring MISERIES STRIKE

....lIv......... Ami she brought forth her firstborn nun, and wrapped him hone dear boys back. Who would

? In swaddling rlothen, and laid him In a> manger; because there was want to lie In alien} soil? Not I.

tt i no room for them In the Inn. Do brig them home. At my elbow CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Reign unchallengedin
}
!U Christmas tree with
;i "And there were In the aame country shepherd. abiding In the our
f i those bubbling lights. Despite the \ this world forever
{ + a field, keeping. watch over their flock by night. And lo, the angel of .
grief about me this morning my
r6 the Lord came upon them and the glory of the Lord shone round about Were '
heart Is light and at peace. I more AmenLAWSON'S
1 + + them; and they Here More afraid. And the angel Maid unto them soon to celebrate our Sav-

+ +t Fear not: for behold. ., I bring you tiding of great Joy, which shall ior'. birthday with hearts full of ,

1 .ht be to all people. For unto you In born tlila day In the city of David a love and good will :we give presenla r

,t I Htevlour, which Is Christ. the Lord. And thin shall be a sign. unto you; and sing carols. 1 want to

}g Y } &,,r. fountain of deep wonder and,loVe o JII
hall never dry up. Not many .
trip4 "And suddenly there wan with the''angel a multitude of the rears, yea, even months and days .I
t } heavenly hoot praising God and aajlng. Glory to God In the highest who can tell we too shall see f' to IIIIIII

rtt and on earth peace good will toward men." the Masters face. Why weep? ,_ }

1 % *. *.. *.. what a glorloup., experience that I III lllj llljI

b"r i It blazed in the midnight darkness!: a tiny light in will be! to The experience greatest thing and thatIs yet tj.L I AlI'I'{I
we are
;rt1 li + God's firmament but to the kings and the shepherds who death. I who face It so mucham /

t watched and beheld it through the eyes of faith it was the beginning to think perhaps Its PHARMACISTPhone JP/II

i es star of Bethlehem the heavenly signal which told them: a blessing. I love these lines. : WHAT
i ; ""This night It born unto"you a Savior." ri : ABIG GIRL!
And what Is death? But I can! 64 STARKE '
i Ii For more than nineteen centuries throughout the MARKS

+ I Christian world eyes of faith turn at this time of the year It L only Is the guess hush-fall; at the sound Youngsters thrive on tasty, creampackedGUSTAFSON'S On-the-Minit Service

back to the stable at Bethlehem. For more than nineteen I of taps; milk. At no extra cost GUS- DAY & NIGHT

i hundred years millions have lived and died,Jinding glorious I I think of It as PEACE as wlst- TAFSON'S milk comes to your table with & COLD STORAGE
I valuable contents of calcium phosphorus --------------- --
b consolation!'! for earth's trials and tribulations through the fullness, ---- I
r ''A back. Per- protein and vitamins to bring vibrant, glowIng
t,' medium of faith. never never going "
adults and alike. =
health to
I Truly.it is a glorious word that simple word faith. haps youngsters
'j It: is the silence when a song is Have health at your door daily, Call us
It has heartened the explorer stimulated the scientist, .
i over- for deliveries TODAY!
strengthened the;\ warrior. It guided Columbus upheld the A song too sweet and holy for ,
+ t Pilgrims, fortified Washington. It built and developed our applause TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL-

; civilization and this glorious land which we call our country. ''To deacreate-It is the scent of LECT FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S wrnG@;(

7 :'e *. *.'. *.. clover
After the fields are mowed. It DAIRY
Never has there been
a; greater need for an understanding


i) r of the spiritual significance of Christmas' than at this time Before Is the our pause.echo takes oivr last PHONE 2312 -

.; ; when the world has so recently passed through a conflict goodbyes.A Green Cove Springs Florida

.l that has seemed like a challenge to our faith in the omnipotence lampwlck burning low; a broken SERVING STARKE DAILY
{r""t"" i't' of God. Perhaps in all world history there has never stringOf

'/ been a Christmas with less apparent prospect of peace on pearls; It Is the closing of old

Gr lit t, / earth or good will among men. Yet mounting crises in the eyesAgainst ,

,i':; world like rising fever in disease brings growing pressure forgetting or remembering. "Season's Greetings"Sapp's *

} i : I upon men to find the cure. And Christmas is an annual .

y reminder that a cure exists a cure to all man's ills available And your dark partner answeringyour r 1It t tLe

d i,1, to any man at any time he makes up his mind to take it. asking. I T 1

+ : The world is in the mess it's in because men make up At Clay Hill It has been wet. StoreS l ,f"

their minds to get along the beat; they can without this It delays them working on the /r C

jtW1 Christmas remedy. And "the best they can" is not good road. They are preparing for a

enough Not half good enough. "We'll still to get
manage CC
i along in this selfish world." they say "without having to RelieveBronchitis Thursday & Friday, Dec. 23, 24 A RO Si flWis A
To
yl, tr "i take the painful remedy for selfishness." Or they try to How

: + deal with selfishness in other people and other nations by George Washington Ocean SprayCranberry
t imposing restrictions or waging wars. like trying to stop'

!. r a cholera epidemic by shooting other men who have the TOBACCO, Sauce
cholera. Creomul sion relieve promptly because

But there was once a man who saw he had to deal l with il goes right loosen to and the seat expel of germ the trouble laden 1 lib. 17c '
to help 69c
lib.
r : I selfishness beginning with himself. "Father" he said, "if phlegm and aid nature to soothe sad 1 can can _\ \ [ ,

r it please thee take this cup away from me. But Thy will, heal raw.'leader. inflamed bronchial \ \ \\\

F tr I not mine be doge" That man found the all-effective cure to mucous to sell you membrane a bottle.Tel of I your Creomuision druggist. Dressed & Drawn Stokley's TomatoCATSUP

a r the disease of selfishness that is laying waste the world. with the undemanding, you must like
s ) And Christmas is an eternal reminder of cure because Christmas the way it quickly allays the coughor HENSPOUND

1 is that man's birthday. yow are to have your money backCREOMULSION

The world has celebrated Christmas Day for hundreds 69c BOTTLE 19c
of years. But is the world now ready and willing to seek a for Cou&hs.Chest ColdtBronchitisU -

9 better understanding of its message? When we raise our 'Christmas sense

voices in the well-loved carols, can we not have more faith Prince AlbertTOBACCO Comstock Pie, : \ When the fine

; in their practical import that the living Christ is here \n, -rolls around each year, we 'r

today, available to all and ready to bring, lasting peace to PUMPKINlib. 4 ourselves looking forward to it

'fig t'' the world if men would but listen to His teachings? \ : because of i"happiness e

')' What men and what nations this Christmas of 1948!) \ 1 tin 79c Lb. Glass 14c with anticipation" We enJoy
tJ ? involved.I
i i will make up their minds to take the remedy cord.oM. >
the festiveness and the
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UILDERS'' HARDWARE I R-I-C-E atmosphere

i I d.q __ ;; ti but This Christmas becau
: Flooring Siding Framing every year persons payout year takes on added significance
I thousands of dollars because 3 Ibs. 37c 27c we can look back amount 0
..i I' + Saab Doom Asbestos on a )year in which we hod an extra

4 '+ / Shingle- ft Skiing (Asphalt ,their cars are burned, rich blessings and we are truly grateful. '

Shingle Steel Cue.nrDUBrlek8aDdGra'eJC ,stolen or Involved In collisions. -' Brookfield Del Monte Seedless of f thiS"
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That is out
why we are getting more enjoyment
ent Automobile Comprehensive
.Buy RAISINSPOUND ""c
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Ai __ __ Metal 4k Competition RoofingMoulding end Collision Insurance are aloha,
Screen! Wire) wish to take this means of thanks and best
before it's too late. expressing ou?;

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be sanitary. ," he pointed out. "All of their rest rooms," he said. . . . Mail Carriers Walk "' ... '" Range 21 E, on State-----Rd. and the SE 1-4 of the NWl-1 :
Dirty county sanitarians have been According to a recent protest Country Things 100, the SW 1-1 of the NE NO'j and the NE, 1.4 of the SW 14. I
s \\a Waged urged to tighten tip on their routine -[about sanitary conditions In rest Graham Many Weary Miles :
Inspection to see that the required rooms made by the American Automobile I Love Most I
e | Board high standards of cleanliness Association, "reports Bj Mrs. ,John" McKlnneyMrs. I .. A
rf Health are being maintained." : from all over the country Indicate . .
, Board de- "Clean rest rooms are vitally :i that public Indignation Is a Best of all, I love the venerableold r
health grow. ""
Lizzie
Surrency and Mr. r
oral(
Lh i 1 redoubl stationsat I I necessary. primarily for the pro ing Uttered over the, increasing. numberof and Mrs. Gahles. of Tampa are } from country opening home wide with with doors welcome worn
'/mink; tection of the public's health" spattered dank and spending a few days with Mr. of Our fft !
the
David ill-smelling rooms that I and the memory It holds to You
are
Lee pro-
rest -owns Mr. emphasized: "but, they and Mra. Leon Wynn.
engineer I' vided for the 'convenience' of the I ones who( departed for the more
are also! if
5aI1"fU" ) necessary establish- public." Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes perfect life. The deep, dark cup
<>dO) ments are to make good 'first' "Thede discomfort' stations and and daughter, Aleene have moved I board that guarded gifts at Yule-
''ere I' Health Is Impressions on their customers" unrest' rooms frequently have from Brooker Into'our communityand tide; and the huge pantry successfully ,

with the inspec- "Heavy traffic in Florida' this stopped up plumbing, broken water we are glad to have them. concealing food prepared by
L at.. the enforce- time of year makes it even more faucets, dirt-encrusted washbowls Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McKinneyand Mother's hands.
I laW' which makes Important for operators to keepa soapless dispensers and a children were visiting Mr. and .
for such places to.f, watchful eye on the cleanliness total lack of paper towels and tis Mrs. John McKinney over the I love the memories of Christ-
sue, and some of them are infested I weekend. mas-tide of other such seasonal
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---- with all manner of crawlingand Forster Reynolds of Key West Is when our family circle was unbroken .' y h
winged creatures. I'here towwl Ue <"h 1strt"s holidays \ I. and I loved the pleasures
E 1 The State Board of Health joins with his grandparents, Mr. we children enjoyed when our
rn I the A. A. A. in its plea for own- and !Mrs. F. T. Abernathy! hearts yet young and not deeply ,
PiJ ers and scarred by sorrows that pierceour r
operators of filing stationsto
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKinneyof
Jt1 4
take Immediate hearts now
recourse backedup
Wauchula were visiting friends '.
by soap and water, paint and and relatives here over the week \
disinfectant and 'some elbow end. I love the Christina spirit In / i
grease', regularly and vigorously the country-to go Into the woods -
applied", John McKinney has started and get a nice tree to trim with -
LOADED A familiar sight on
TO EACH OF OUR FRIENDS I I However, Mr. Lee stressed very grinding cane. the streets this time of :year. He popcorn, berries and Unset; then pledge of 'friendship, goodwill !
I i strongly the need for the to join the neighbors at the com-
public .
wishes be had Santa's reindeer te

tern Auto Supply i)i I operators to cooperate not with only filling by reporting station Bethel 1 1ny help with the load. night munity to building hear the on program Christmas of and a genuine desire to serve.SMITH'S '

dirting rest rooms but by help- Give a thought to the 'foot-sore music, songs, and. recitations.. I
-,-----: --------'--'.' Ing keep rest rooms clean. Mrs. E. W. Allen mail carrier, who probably trudges
I miles during Christ- To wake Christina night
more weary up
mas week than does old St. Nick when everything Is very still and GARAGE
This community was saddened. himself. quite and hear the roosters for ,

vi : '.'.. to hear of the death' of little Ver- His mailsack will be even heavier miles around heralding the mid E. H. I
non Grlffls. one-vear-old: son of this year than in 1947. Last Decem night hour and to find a snow at SMITH
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grlffls of ber, the nation's postal service! delivered break of day, makes the spirit *
Boatsdraln.' We extend our deep- 5.000,000,000 pieces of mall. greater. .
est sympathy to the family. They expect to break that record 'C. .
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree of this Christmas.You I When you go to the barn the
Jacksonville were visiting friends can help spare your mall cattle low their thanks for their I I II II
and relatives In this section Mon carrier's bunions-and incidentally extra fare and as you go backto I i I
speed delivery of your own Yule- the house the stars seem so to MAKE
f day.Mr.. anal' Mrs. George Groover tide letters. Christmas cards, and bright and the Christ Child seems raNw !
I
packages-by heeding the Post Office
so near. II
and s. Wilbur, were' shopping.in I
Department's suggestions: .e.
Jacksonville Monday.
1. Shop now-get your Christmas I l loved l to Open the bulky packages \
Mrs Gltxnon of Jacksonville
Sally mail and packages ofT as early as and to search the stockingthat
wan the Friday night guestof ; possible. hung by the old fire place i
Mr and Mrs. Albert Glisson I
2. Wrap your gifts carefully. Address that was filled with lovolnden ,
last/week.
them plainly-Aunt Susie may offerings from Mother and Dad. ,, ,
Mr. and Mrs, \V. E. Green and be able to decipher your handwrite I II
son Edward of Boatsdraln were ing, but not all postmen carry mag I loved the little Christmas I II
n n I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Al- nifying glasses and crystal balls. greetings, often seemingly insignificant I

len Monday. Register valuable letters. Insure messages, but the Ii
: A large crowd from this sec valuable package thoughts of being remembered by
% tion attended the funeral of Ver- 3. Be sure to put the full addresson the ones who sent them, made I i .1.1I
non Griffla at Boatdrain Baptist each piece of mail. Include city them very dear to me. +
Church Monday. zone number*. f I
4. Send your Christmas cards by My early life In the country will .
At Fort BenningSgt. first-class mail. Put a three-cent always be valuable in my book' I I
stamp on every Christmas card and of
V. L. Starling, son of Mr. seal the envelopes. They are more memory"A DREAMER" I
personal that and if
and Mrs Joe Starling of Starke, way your I
Trouble Is Our Business
friend Has moved, the card will be
La a member of the Enlisted Mo- forwarded. Third-class mail doesn't Recent'Deeds

CHARLES C. tor Class, at the Infantry School, have that privilege
SHEPHERD'
Among the deeds recently recorded -
'Fort Benning, Ga. During his 15 5. Remember that Air Mall for / in the Court House are: + WELLS ELECTRIC
weeks at Benning he will be letters and' Christmas cards Is onlya L>. E. Rlgdon of Grand Crossingto
RADIOS and SEAT COVERS trained to perform basic main- nickel, and it will get them to distant C. C. Brantley of Starke:' NE .1

tenance of vehicles used by Infantry points more qulcklyeapcc1al1.1 1-4 of NW 1-4 & NW 1-4 of NE
units. if you slip up on Suggestion No. 1. 1.4 of Sect. 19, Twp. 6 S, Range HOUSE WIRING I

22 E. containing 8,0 acres. EXPERT ELECTRIC STOVE & HEATER REPAIRS :
Harry E. Tucker of Starke to I
d Sinclair Refining Co., N. Y. a
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portion of SW 1-4 of SW 1-4 of I'
/ ESTIMATES FREE
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Sect. 28, Twp. 6 S. Range 22' K. i
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y Together' with all. Bldgs", pumps ,fit' JJ

THENEVTFUTURAMICS! E F T I : t' St. JOSE'ph'Erd equipment, etc.of Catskill, N. Y. 106 WASHINGTON;STst; = $ :

S TAR K
E FLORIDAPhone
.- -. to: John Braun of Jacksonville, ,
: y L,,*, a 235: acres in Sect 21: Twp. 6 S, 131-J
F.i The bell, the world's oldest and p. o. Box 607'

-em ,w simplest musical Instrument, is the 00-----------, -- - ........
? world's most universal Yuletide
+ 'j .')1 1. symbol. Each nntlon has its individ

,'J; ual symbols of Christmas, but the
\ I t'I IIItI'.!!\ ; bell will be found somewhere In the y0 Mu fur
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traditions of
every one.
Bell authorities claim that Pope h 8 I
Sablnlanus gave us the first church i ,' '
bells In 604. The custom has grown 'i'
until there is no use of church bellsso
widely known as the ringing of
the chimes to herald the advent of tI t tI
the birth of Christ.In I i

I recent years the ancient bell
has "grown up" into the carillon, RDIALEEri ,.
a highly sensitive Instrument on "
which Christmas carols seem to find nets
their most perfect expression.

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Heywood Broun once said.'Chrlstmas
Is not a date. It Is a state of
mind ,,

No man lives today who does not forMerry a [III I I
seek in some way, to follow a guiding I nl I
star.

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I
It was Christ who by his voluntary Christmas ,
acceptance of the role of servant -
ll/l/
has been elevated to the royal
purple and seated at Cod'a right
hand. Conway's Service

Station & Union
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I". At few if any, times since Christ
.
was born have all the people of the Bus Depot $ *. I

earth needed faith, trust, and peaceas : !!
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much as they do now.

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While.Id.woH tin optkmol atet: I. ::1:1I
fro coif. Hydra-Matte Drtre tlanWard -
qirfpiMfit en Swto "9V"
optional at Ulrel COlt on *76". This is happy
.. q occasion
Yb3Rb f::: JF

$, on which to extend

ROrr into '49 with All-Futuramk line + I F ,
I / Oldsmobile rolls forward an
to all our friends ;
our
new "76," a new "98," and a revolutionary new "Rocket" Engine t ,

They're lien They're neut They're both prewion, -headeight that actually I Y. 1a 1, ., sincere wishes for ,, "

Futuromicl Two sparkling new Oldsmoghee you more power on less gasolinel I -

LUes : : ;. rolling forward into *&9. Upper Combined with CM Hydra-Malic Drive; i a season of

left,the Futuramic"76":. ; with: Fi her'* the "Rocket's"performance It to smooth, I j, ,

newest body, panoramic vision, plus a silent, and spirited you've got to try it to bright. prosperity, i
remarkable new "Big Six" Engine. And OId.mobiJe .
: Mute: it! Your dealer invites
Futuramic At this time the i itM abundant health and
r of
out in front, a newly styled you to inspect the new Futurinu'ciexamine year >.
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"98" 1 I t with that revolutionary new appropriate to take timeout t <*
the "Rocket"
new gmeaDdr .
y "ROCKET"Engine you're beard so much enduring! happiness.
Tft New TM7ll"01JsmoMle' to express to you the appreciation i
experience ---
r about. It's a completely new high-corn- ,.,. I .
ISI I I a.w "ReCM" 't' of our-entire vrganization "'.T 01 .,"

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. '1 ; ; 1i!: Zebedee Hospital Staff I I Recent BirthsBirths Woner ,,f Starkp
Muriel H.
.' \ Miss Hall a
,. 1 };A'I- v Patsy Perry, born IOn loF
t Bride Weds Robt. H. Lee Enjoys Xmas PartyThe announced by Shadycreat oe, 15
t'1 I' if.! SOCIETY and CLUBS Becomes Nut-Bowl Filled Mr anti! !Mr

; 1 Of Jack Eddy In Georgia Ceremony staffs of the Shadycrest Hospital this week: Johnson of \\.11010 Fred \\'arr,

.R) : Office Gladys MootyKditor Riwlilence Hospital Dr. Hembree's and Dr I' From Many LandsNuts Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Charles Wayne born n, "SOh. TM
1 'I' M1 Mrs. Muriel Hall Zebedee Adam's offices and their wives Albritton of Starke, lt
f 1 Phone 29 : Phone 33 from all over the world BO a daughter, Mr. and M.'
.; a.I; of Mr. and Mrs. John lovely f;
daughter and husbands enjoyed a nut-bowl at Christmas: lIbert
.l r; "" Into your Leola Paulette born Dec. 12. of StarKi eII'CoIr
1\1i\ piiLuA) \ f I Ii'il"f Hall was united In marriage/: De Christmas party Wednesday even- Like Christmas traditions, the nuts son Charltit
Mr. and :Mrs. Gerald Chester l
(
;! 1' ". cember 3 to Robert H. Lee of room of the born D- 21, 1h1I81
reception
', Ing In the so popular at this time of year are )
j I Yarbrough Weds 'Orlando, in Bainbridge Ga. __ __ _. ... I i
r ; Jll[to National!:' Guard II Miss new hospital addition. a mixture of many varieties and : -- .-
Mrs. Willie decorations were
Mrs, Lre's aunt Christmas different histories.
:. i ,,Host At Banquet Mr. Schoenemann Mae Denton, and her sister, Mrs. carried out In the reception room The English walnut, for Instance II I, ALVAREZ.TORE Men's

.L ify) ; ;Wed tesday Night In Quiet CeremonyAt Evelyn Jordon, attended the with a large beautifully trimmed is not English at all. It originated .: ; C10thlnlf
i 't.bll'b'11'
young couple. Christmas tree at one end. After In Asia centuries ago and was -- 1
'J, : ,':' J"r 1.ilt !1.\ "" ,1 I Members of the Starke National a very quiet ceremony In }? Mrs. Lee was attired in a be- delicious refreshment were called "the food of the gods" 1._
hosts to the First Presbyterian Church, Claus (Bill Mundy) The round little filbert and the
:,: ,, :: i. Guard Company were coming pink crepe afternoon served, Santa J
"a I ., "'''ifS1iV\' /heir wives and friends at f. holl- Miss Fay Yarbrough of Madison, dress complimented by brown ac- distributed presents to the guests. almond came from the Old World.

I 'I'c t / )j'"ay banquet in the U30 building WIs. became the bride of John Eth- cessories.Mr Dr. and Mrs. Herlonf, honored Other nuts so familiar at Christmas "ANNISCONCRETE Hs
'I'tD' 1 'il.'. if Wednesday evening. Capt. Hugh Schoenemann of Milwaukee, WIs., Lee are at present guests, were among those enjoy the hickory nut the black wal-

' :' ".1.,:) v::1"y Ingram, company commander Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 21. andMrs.Gainesville but plan to ing: this delightful affair. nut and the chestnut to say nothingof Fr'',
,. tr *' f lt" Kaufman read living In the strictly American.The .
sh ': ,stated that in view of the suefiUtf Rev J. Warren pecan are
( after the holidays
of the affair It :.would quite the nuptials. Mrs. R. S. Fernan- live in Orlando pecan Is native to America and
tree
.
1 (: : Lee Is In the produce Barbara Sue Biggs BLOCKS
where Mr.
7rj and I found nowhere else. Two other
t'' *
ll I j ,{ 4jJ" likely become a traditional ani. dez, the bride's grandmother Ready MU Concrete
' i. .Jl' 'II!'. :"Mnual,! event. I her two aunts, Mr. Kaufman and r trucking business. Has Birthday Party American nuts worthy of mentionare Ruild.r Hard" .
1 Most EverythLc To Build "*
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ti1
\ the chestnut and the butternut. Repair
USO Miss Isabel Fernandez were the "ny or se
In the
.l$ /( < Guests assembled model
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.re 'i+y attendants.The I Birthday Party Barbara Sue Biggs celebratedher Although many nuts originated in
several only ANNIS
{\\jf\ ,|; 'lounge and enjoyed ac- .' BUILDING
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SUPPLIES
of the world, almost
other ev in-
part
?': { seventh birthday anniversary ,
h AI Stefan- Miss Yarbrough la
\ selections former
by Gill
: ; ,i SyCordion v : For Tommy known Is 1036-1048 W. Main Street
Wednesday afternoon when her ery variety now grown on South,,
'a, j j' '' elll before being invited into the a graduate of BHS class of 43
K"i; ) : a 'mother, Mrs. Leslie Biggs, and her American soil and experts are constantly Phone 317 318 GAINESVILLE
where delicious fried and Mr. Schoenemann Is a studentat his 13th
1'tJJWJ;: ; fir. 'auditorium a Tommy Gill celebrated p, o.
: Mrs. Ethel enter- searching for more kinds of 0..2
aunt, Biggs
,. served from the University of WlKconsirt. Tuesday
,; f n vI ; -v.Tl! ":chicken dinner was birthday anniversary nuts to transplant to this country.
?Jfr, 7, (\, .the U-haped banquet table."fyif The young couple will return to. evening when his parents!! Mr. and tained at a delightful birthday =---
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i r i.*"i'' ''' Guests of the company on this Milwaukee... Wia. after the holidays Miss Patsy Hall, daughter of Mrs. W. T. Gill entertained at party
? 1 { \. where Mr. Schoenemann will marsh- Mrs. Ethel Biggs' home on IT.
: Y\ k\flocc&slon; ; included Lt. Col. Robert Mr and Mrs. John Hall, became an outdoor wiener and
? } Battalion Comman- continue his studies.Methodist of mallow roast In his honor at their Walnut Street Was attractively
' 1 1/, ,1'S f'i;: B. Harkness the bride of Jack Eddy son
decorated with seasonal flowers i
y U' ,),, I t'!der of Lake City, and Mrs. Hark- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eddy of Wal home. _
y .
,! H 4 vl;ness; Major T. K McClane, Jr., Women do In.a ceremony performed by Wieners and marshmallowswere carrying out the Christmas motif.

: : 't III! va'' .t J Battalion Executive Officer, and Judge A. S. McQueen in Folks- roasted on an outdoor fireplace Many Indoor games were en-

,. .' L,. ....' ,, "'.!4 ip\!Mrs McClane, of Starke; Lt. Give Yule ProgramAt ton Ga. on December 9. and refreshments were joyed during the afternoon by

J ;" ;:{f p1 3! '::;'Herman Bernreuter Battalion I State Prison The bride was attired in a served on tables act up in the I the 30 Invited guests. PLUMP, TENDER

.'1 .: l f. MSupply: \ Officer of JackHonville; 'I .fr beautiful grey suit with black yard under flood lights. ,

, lit tf:: t ,' 'vjand Major R. G. Kldd, Staff A group of women from trw accessories and wore a shoulder Friends enjoying this event i her finger In splints DEEPBREASTEDCHRISTMAS
; ,' 4 1 Officer with the 3rd Battalion First Methodist Church gave a corsage of pink carnations.Mr. .

'.,., ::1'I'.. t I ,((9nA Mrs. Kidd Christmas program/ for the womenat and Mrs. Eddy ara making/: I with Tommy were Edgar Edmondand I Surely sorry' to hear about Ida

L f : 'j1!', ii Maxie Carter, Jr. served as master Raiford, Thursday afternoonof their home In Waldo/ where Mr. Dick Ackrldge, Buck Gill, : Mae Shaw fallin off a trellisat : -

,! I t of ceremonies, and introduced last week Eddy la in the turpentine business ;,I Sammy Warren Billy Hines, Don- her house and breaking her

I I the speakers. Preceding the talk, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd led. In with his father. I ald Gilder LeMar Shaw Billy '

,'t tffl' [ ,YJtwo, piano selections by Miss Betty prayer and the singing
'J} ., I' b, i j Ann Flynn were enthuslastl- carol! Mrs. Herbert Deal BUS and M ; Eddy Is a graduate i Is takin' her place at Leila's dur- Get an extra supply TURKEYS
l' Wood.
Glen
s ; .:I 't"{ tally, received The Invocation was gave nn Inspiring program from of the Waldo high school. I I II Bill and ing the Christmas rush Hear !rJkmmijllihT

4 .F' I. : a' leaked by Sgt/: Jos. T. Kirklancl. her original collection of poems that Nina Bishop is enjoyln' her for the lIolidays.A&P .

' + i j, !' t: I Lions' share of the ciedit for and plays I *.,.She read her Chrlltmas work guest relation Dressed & /JrUll'Il, ,
as receptionist COFFEE
served
the fine food that was ,
: -1 I y G poems entitled "Blessed
j, goes to Sgt. Seeber Goodman, Child Little Lamb of God" and for the "Queen for A Day" \
,"t' t 4 : mess supervisor. lie was ably asiJf' "Christmas". She Included her program at the Mutual Broad- : $ 1 Really for 'the Oren!

,', 'r\ ""i=, sisted by Cpl. Theodore Goodge.i humorous negro dialect poem casting Co. in Los Angeles _
i Pfc. C. M. Reddish, Pfc. Donald "Christmas Night", to the delight
1; Her family is hoping that she will OM01IIGNty
(i t J Hill! and Pvt. Albert Burroughs. of her audience and gave It in C ot,1 asap'r
. : '{- !!5 Following the dinner dancing the 'ole southern mammy fashion. I W'II. Itt" n funny thing about I trip and a bus trip on top of it pop In for _a visit during the holidays -
'ldt$ Jj' to recorded music Pfc Monroe T Grlffis, whoIs
t, I was enjoyed As a concluding note, Mrs. Deal this Intangible something called Seems that when her plane .
;t furnished by A W. Anderson, read her Christmas "Worldof in the mechanized in Mild &
play calvary
i'i'I III Christmas Spirit One day tried to land in Jacksonville Mon-
' 1 S. I'tI., Jr. Her Own", a play of sentiment. ybu don't fed a thing, and the' day night, Dec. 13 there was so Tokyo, sends word that he wishesall l\IELI.OW 4 p
and beauty. This play was
presented
.f. !
next day you wake up suddenlyand much fog It had to go on to Or- his old friends here a Merry
; if'I i: Hercules Banquet two years ago at the .
It EIGHT
4 .M r : Woman's Club (Sorosls) In Or. realize you've got lando and land there It only Christmas Monroe has beenIn
': : :f Is Holiday Event lando. 'Tia the same way every year took six hours to go from La- service for 8 months and has O'CLOCK !

..' \ ) with me, and I never cease to Guardia Field in New York to 2 years to go. Hear that Pop
:a'l j,' r'' ;4 1 i t' Christmas candies were enjoyed back in I tb. bag 40c 3 fc. bag 1.15
f.'! I1l1i', : on Madison Street was the scene gram who like to boast way from Orlando to Starke by bus Ing cafe In the Winkler building

''Ri i! t:, .of a lovely banquet Saturday eve- Rev. J. R. Hill gave the September or October that they've ." Poor yin was parked at the around the first of the year .

ti.:i t I'& ti.' ning1 for the representatives of closing prayer. bought: and wrapped all their field in Jacksonville when Mil To be called the Brown Derby, Red Circle 1 tI). bag 44c
\'i '\' .I.{ the Hercules Powder Co. Christmas gifts and addressedand dred's plane by-passed and wenton Turkey HENS Ib.-- 89c

ja$1 1{ ''. The occasion was the annual Mrs. Wainwright stamped their cards to Orlando at 10:15: : Hear Seems that Ardcll an'' Marian ,

i i' :' "Grab-baft" Christmas party. Hostess To Club How anyone can perform such that J. D. and Mildred Doyle Crosby have sold their house Bokar 1 tb. 47c 3.Ib.l.35 Turkey TOMS lb.
illii'! .' The dining room was attractive task until the"spirit" hits 'emIs celebrated their 19th wedding i right out from under themselvesand 7 7t 79c1w
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.; I' with arrangements of red gladioli Mrs. J. R. Wainwright was hostess more than I can understand anniversary and J. D.'s birthday, are having a hard time find- + t
1 ,.rtf.' I and native greenery to the regular Tuesday night MeI have to wait for a simultaneously, Saturday night Ing a place to put their feet un- DRESSED & DllAWNBell's
,; Several games were played tol'i't little inspiration, with a carol der the table sold their
bridge club at her home on Clark They
: 1ft lowing the .turkey dinner and the Inning/( In my ear and a colored Florida HENS lb.
I I Street. Christmas greens and a house at Church & Nona to W. S. Poultry Seasoning 9c 69c
,'n .. i exchanging of gifts from the light shining In my eye What
fff l $: ,,,, lighted tree were used In decora Verglc Flynn; l la an all-out advocate Melson of Kingsley Lake, and
'v ,!!. I} grab-bag. ting the home would otherwise be the drudgeryof of the no-fence law since have to find other quarters be- DRESSED & DRAWN
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sJ I.j j: ;; ; Enjoying this delightful affair shopping and wrapping gifts her car received $91 worth of fore the first .. Red an' Irma CRACKER JACK, pkg. 4c
r.; :r1 l were Mr. and Mrs. B. E, Gooch The four brloge tables held becomes a pleasure then damage Wednesday evening of last Buford will vacate the fire sta- Florida FRYERS Ib. 69c
place mats in the Christmas mo -
Simon's Island, On.
: Mr. week when a cow ran into it tion apartment on the 28th and
1. tif and were centered with, silver have Angelus Marshmallows 18c
'" 5 It and Mrs. C. H. Quick Sr. of Iu-y lovely program within the city limits In Reno move back to their home on the
.'it 'I 1i Starke, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. candle holders with burning red I helped to set the proper mood Mrs. F. says she was driving Lake City road .J The new fire
', tapers. The dessert course, Including I for the Yuletide Of HA AMCl'D.HY'S
Thompson of Valdosta Ga., Mr. season
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:( miniature marshmallow along very slowly and the cow chief, Capt. Claude Pickett, with Pillsbury Flour 5 lb. 49c
'10,1 ,: and Mrs. P. I. McLaurin, of Ocala, snow course, even if I were triplets I practically jumped from the side Mrs. Pickett and their little n

..J : tl formerly of Starke, Mr and Mrs. men, was served preceding the couldn't attend them all, but I of the road Into the auto daughter, will arrive from Jack- gyp'

,. .:iV k'.j : ', A I. H. Harrison of Baldwin, Mr. progressions Miss of bridge. can report that the annual Candlelight Congratulations to Gil and Libby sonville to take over on the 29th Bright Sail Bleach, qt. lie v I Puritan

: ; ,:, ,i1;; and Mrs. Reddish Plttman of Evelyn Stump won high Service at the. Presby- Newcomb on the birth of their CAN
l .' "I Folkston, Ga.. Lewis Fleming of bridge prize and the winners in terian Church Sunday afternoonwas JM3 Ib.
: :l third Don! Those practical- tit
i bingo were Mrs. Vernon Silcox. treat for 'd Shortening 3 ft. 99c 0 o
exo
I 'j 1 Waycross Ga., Miss Dorothy an outstanding eye minded Rotarians presented Gil Well, guess that's all for this ,
a 1 1 Baldwin Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. A. and Lucile Mitchell's
\ Ryals of Mr. and Mrs.Eugene B. Baker. ear with a very appropriate gift at lime Gotta hurry off now and 89ciSMOKED 01
} ,; :gr Williams of Lake sympathetic reading of "The Innkeeper
City
;, their Christmas party Wednesday, hang up my stocking So long 16 oz. can
Present with the hostess I
'1i 1 "; Mr and Mrs. W T Powell of I were Speaks" was somethingto but have to ask to showit See .
you'll him I. In the nextCarolyn
you Ann Pork
; Mrs. Vernon & Beans lOc
Mrs. Arthur Page
j'l i k : r Lake Silcox be remembered, as was
.f r r Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. E. i long to you! See Sharon Hall 5 to 8 lb. Average Weight
1 ; C. Mann, Jr. of and Holliday Mrs. R. Q. Kldd. Miss Mrs. Edward Charbonreau's ren-
1 G F : Starke Mr.
.f ,:.:i Mrs. B. H. of I Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. C. C. Col- dition of "Ave Marla" Orchids helping out Rhoda Dampier in
I t i Sapp Baldwin Mr. I the Selective Service office fora Our new economical. laundryfurlro lona Flour 25 lb. 1.49 Picnic f'AMS' lb. ---ft'
Il and ley Miss Audrey Carlisle, Miss Alice Kaufman for her ,
Mrs. of Lake to
I Reppard Hlggs
; ;: ] r few weeks, doing the typing III the talk of the town. ,
.l Della Rosenberg, Mrs. A. B. Baker -
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pafford of this tasteful
City arrangement program
;f ; Rhoda got a badly infected fin- Drop In and let 111 explain It to
I q';; j:I of Lakeland, Ga., and Mr. and Miss Lillian Stump, Miss Another Yuletide highlight Sunnyfield
from blister and has Starke Cleaner
ger a now Dry ,
\ 'i Mrs. Albert Lee or Kingsley Lake. Evelyn Stump Mrs. Merrill Struth was Martha Smith's kin- yell e* Roll SAUSAGE Ib.ft I 4

L7 j '; i f,1\1\ Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs James Lewis, dergarten/ program/: In the school .'.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-...-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.-.-.-- 'Cake Flour, 2 lb. 35c

f' l I Mlas Mitdgc Whigham, Mrs. Glenn I auditorium Tuesday night .
j!, '.11\\' !. AUTOMOBILE Wood Mrs. Roy Ward, and Mrs. ') All the small fry set looking vt f cr I SUNNYFIELD RINDLESS

,I ".j LIABILITY INSURANCE W II Graham. quite cherubic In their white
I j HOLIDAY FRUITS
Sliced 65c 6
}, .t;' I Although not rompuNoiiy it In I choir robes Young,: Buster BACON, Ib. -

1 .:': >>.1 much safer to ('lury.JabUlt)' Forum Discussion 3nrtin emerged as soloist extraordinary VEGETABLES & NUTS
and the traditional car-
L .' :t I Insurance. I represent Only old Outstanding FeatureOf > ,
t t"j,:!: :! j I line, rflinbfa stock companies.Your ols sounded never sweeter than Select OYSTERS pint. 8JC
t !,\ : I business will be appreciated. P-TA MeetingMembers when sung by these sweet voicesof Red Delicious Washington! State ,
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S childhood APPLES 2 Ib. 29c
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t 1i" Association held their regular Hi.n't fall to lake the kiddies

: 11\1'\1 :j i. Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph meeting Wednesday afternoon of by nnd let them see Santa going York Imperial SPARE RIBS lb. 4 C
SMART SHOPPE -
p "' l 1'hone 134 last week In the school auditor i town the chimney on the roof I APPLES, 5 ft. 43c ,

:t ; :' N. D. Wainwright Jr. urn.Mrs. of Gene an* Marian Longs house ..._ _._ _._.,_...
i'f ", L.. A. Canova program on West Madison Street The ------------ ----- Snobair)) CaliforniaCAULIFLOWER 10 to 12 lb. Average Weight

'I \ ,"'J \\/1 chairman, gave the devotionalIn Santa Is life-size, and Gene constructed r # "r r hd. 25c

.( 't!"II..t, ----"" the form of a Christmas story a replica of a. red brick Fresh Pork HAM lb. 6Jc

after which she presented the chimney for him to pose In ,
,I, I i j second grade students In a Nativity The tableau is lighted at night May Your Christmas Be MerryAND CELERY, large golden. 2 for 21c.!) _

,, :, ; pageant. Members of the BUS and makes quite a showpiece for "'

,'r I \' !I fA ... .. K glee club presented several that part of town Friends of Late Howes _f .. "
Christmas carol selections.Mrs. William C. Phillips of Law- .\.
Sgt.
j: ,, I The New Year CRANBERRIES, Ib, 23c # '
4' home from ao J' ;;
W R. Morse, chairmanof try, who returned Pork Loin .

is. I.' 'I I I1W' Sun., 1\10". tfcf. 20, 21 World Citizenship, conducted Germany a few months ago will Be END CUTROASTS:1l .. : f J
., \ a panel discussion on "Good bl Interested to know that he ProsperousFor CRAPEFKUIT: large 46\s 4 for 19c!) ,I' ., jPIi
t'A.j: I;' Up In Central Park Neighbors In the V. S. A*." with has enlisted in the Army Air ""nll'/lr\I
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: 1 t. Deanna Uurbln Dirk lIa)mt'il, T. K. McClane, Jr. Guy Andrewsand Forces and Is now stationed at You ," ;.'
JfS: J1'I Vincent PriceAIio Rev L D. Hames taking Salina, KansasHis address Red Emperor CRAPES 2 lb. ,23c;) ,
r Wm. C. Phillips 14086297, The PINE TREE INN pRAN4ES; _
.'jt:; "Thli lit America", Car. part. la Sgt. OI/Y001
Mrs. T. B. Harding, president Hq & Hq Group Air Force, hard heads 2 for tt
,I" toon., &: Latest N.*U4Tnemlay LETTUCE 25c i! CHOPS Ib. 4
Ni presided over the short business Smokey Hill Salina, Kansas 0 r
W ii i I) 2H, session before the social hour. He Is working In the base post ,
"'c. only
t" f l,:: I It' office ORANGES (US No.2)) 8 Ib. bag lc!) '-"

fill i' K6N ; HOPALONGrat ... Ll Jane ParkerFRUIT ;,..

t' t t : RIDES AGAIN OES Instruction The. Harry lAppr write Inquiring TOMATOES, Red Ripe lb. 19cNUTS :
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J I School To Be HeldThe If anyone has seen their [ b ,
: 'I, : With I William Boyd rat terrier dog, black and brown, Thank you, friend and neighbors I
s I ,\ *.) "Gabriel Heater Itepurt{ members! of Waldo Chapter who got away from the family for your fine cooperation Idaho Baking Potatoes, 5 lb. 2c!> J' t .

: J'' Ing"Vor: Nevvs No. 120, Order of Eastern while they were passing through l and helpful courtesy in the past [ ,, CAKE

'I, I Star are urged to attend the 1 Lake Butler enroute for CarUi- )rar. \Ve look forward to a WE: HAVE AM KINDS of 1 "J. e
I I. II 6' 'I t iI I Wml., Thuri.. !)0'('. 29, SO Worthy Grand :Matron's School I bad N. M. Seems that "Lady" ARM bright future and hope will
to
; ti 1HH'IH.F. FKATCKB: you IK% Ib.. 1:25:
t of Instruction for District 8. I climbed out of the car when they receive a share of the [ -

b\:.: West of the Divider 'which will be held In the Ma- stopped in Lake Butler for a few and j J oo.1oill\ generous and happiness so [ 3 tb.2.45 .I'
: sonic Temple In Gainesville Monday .
1' minutes and headed baclc fOI'Starke "
r- I John \ much in 'evidence ..9
Payne today. r 1 l.
Jan. 3, at 10 a.m. If finds '
t' ortoe..s beer
? anyone Ib. ass't.
i CHOCOLATES 2j
ALSO ,......, 5tf
There will be no meeting of
her the would
Lappes gladlypay hot"
S dark &
L 'i FRiEDA Chocolates Ib. box milk 1.17
I Waldo Chapter No. 120 on Dec. for her transportation to '
I." David John 24, according to an announcementby Carlsbad They' also wish all INCERE Chocolates, 2 Ib..box Warwick asw'- fpT
''i I ; Farrar. OlynU Mrs. Catherine Vickers, W M. their friends here a Merry Christ- I -A-I:-C-O FEEDS Hob's large Stick Candy 5 Ib. stic"iba tic
Ilu4 Lal 'Mt News Stich|
i4 1' f '1 and Miss. Louise Rauler on,, Sec- man and Happy New year; GREETINGS 10 oz. Stick 21c 22 oz.

t i') t Fri., Sat.. Dr'e. SI. Jan. 1II retary. Hear that Jean Mundy who celebrated SCRATCH FEED

II I ItOUBLE: FTATCRK: : her 9th birthday anniversary 23; lb. 1.07 100 lb. 4.10
j I' BeamFrancesMr. I, Saturday, received 16 gifts
j Born To Battle I and an Elgin wrist watch so she LAYING MASH

With Tom Tyler and Mr. C. E. Beam of Uuln't feel so bad after all about .
," ALSO Starke announce the engagementand not having a party 25: lb. 1.17 100 !lb. 4.57 't

;'!1 Relations approaching marriage of their Howard's Drugs & Prescriptions 1 1
If e I ,!> Our daughter, Vivian Frances, to Lu- :\1IIlr..1 St. John, who was very GRWINGIA811( : 00
Laurel & llarily M. Addison. son of Mr. anti much against flying to Darlen
ther
Vasstc Howard & Howard 11).1:11: 100 lb. 4.51
Margaret 23;
,\ Woodpecker"v' Conn
i Cartoon "Woo ly Mrs. J. J. Addison of Ralford several weeks ago to visit

J .,I}' (i .II "Junior 0-fen" Serial'W' Wedding plans will be announced her daughter, hm had a complete 218 N. Temple Starke, Fla. --

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Mr. and Mrs. Billy fowling Mr. and Mrs. A. E. l\Icl.qnneJ P Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy cherries, pineapple, citron, raisins, a little fruit for decoration. Cut
i are entertaining a housewarmIng will have as their CnrlBtmni I j are spending Christmas Day with .
JSofLOCAL vYsJi j jjuj. I and mixed nuts. 2 Iba. finely up 'rent and mix with all other
: and Christmas dinner Saturday holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. I,. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Deaver In Ingredients. Line molds with
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at their new home on Kings- H. Hazen of Jacksonville Everetl: Brunswick, Ga. rolled Graham Crackers: 2 cans waxed paper and put In fruit

64 Icy Lake. Enjoying the occasion McKinney of Miami and G.V,, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carter and sweetened condensed! milk; gen- decorations. Pack, cake firmly into *

:. Sale have Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H Daw- with the Dowlings will be Mr. Hazen of Brooker. son. Bobby) of Daytona Beach erous pinch of salt; B heaping tablespoons I molds Leave at least three

ftnia nollday guests, kins of Gainesville and Mr. and and Mrs. Roy Mathews James. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. with Mr. and Mrs. '
McKinney; spent Sunday of cocoa; 1 cup brown days. Try this. Sound, good.doesn.t ,
Mrs. W. B. Eddie
L il mi MisS Lota Boyd of St Petersburg and Roger Mathews. Mr. will have as their Christmas holiday H. K. Tyus. sugar: 4 level teaspoons cinnamon it?

spent the weekend with Mr Jin.and Mrs. Leighton Hodd and son, guests, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dobb. Jr. 2 teaspoons each of Here's wishing everyone a Merry -
and Mrs. W. H. all of
Bi'nop Sr Mrs. Nollman. Mr. Palatka. Hazen of Jacksonville; Everett and family are spending this week ground cloves all .spice and nut Christmas and a Happy New-
-mldren! and and Mrs. Boyd both talanted I Jack Haile. wh'o is employedwith McKinney of Miami' and G. W.
an" and next ;wIth friends and relatives meg; 1-2 cup whiskey. Keep out Year,
In3p' Jr spent singers sang solos at the Methodist r Armour & Co. In Baltimore Hazen of Brooker. in West Miss. .

Church program Sunday even- Md., will spend the Christmas ,.
(lacKsonville. Darby Peek a student of U of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton'
"
,, r Edwards ing.Mr. wet-kend with his parents, Mr. F.. is leaving Christmas-day for and daughter. Miss Margie Mid. _
rs and Mrs. R. and Mrs. W.
I A. Weeks a Haile.
Sunday night are Jackson Miss. to attend the wed.
.Irstl! dleton of Jacksonville will be
p Andrews of spending Christmas day with Mr. Beryl D. Casey a Seaman 1-c ding of a.classmate. Upon his
J and Mrs. C. W. Dtehinger in the U. S. Christmas'day guests of Dr. and
\lr. and Mrs. Hugh in Navy. currently return he will spend the remainder

Mr( and Mrs. Price Jacksonville. attending he Navy Fire Control of the holidays with his mother Mrs. W. E. Middleton. iftI J II 24-. "

Wm. F. LaMortu and grand School in Great Lakes III.. arrived Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs. W. C. Helmintoller of

.C,--UE SERVE daughter Bambi LaMorte, flew here Sunday to spend a Mrs. Eldrldge'Smith and daughter Hawthorne la spending a week ii ft .vz-c 4k
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here Saturday from New holiday leave with his ::
service. 011 tamlhdrj. York Mr. parents, Diana left yesterday to with Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ktdd, Jr. ,
Drop by and City to spend two days with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey. spend Christmas with Mrs. Smith's a1I '-Ia ,..I' .- t'
R. H. Helmintoller of Washington
Uiin.lry problems and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and to Guests of Mrs., Celia I. 'Manas- mother, Mrs. Toney In Shubuta, PRESENT This poppy In as .
r see Mrs. Week's sa D. C. was a Sunday visitor .. -
at Starke Dry new tearoom. during the holidays are Mr. Miss. happy us his master Experts say

lth Bambi (a also the granddaughterof and Mrs. D. B. White of Fernan- Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr of his nephew R. O. Kldd. Jr. hat pet Is an Ideal gift for chlldren. "

.sundry. Mr.' and Mrs. Weeks.Mr. dma and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. will leave totrav for a-- holidav and family at Kingsley Lake. ._?_ -
reek '
Lee Hickey -- and- Mm.- K. G. Duncan Manassa of Jacksonville. Mrs. visit with Mrs. Thomas' parents, I
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son,
month '.
a I e S S S a
from 111., wherer Kaspar and daughter, Margaret Manassa. will also have as: Chrlnt- j Mr. and; Mrs. John M. Snodgrass L GREETINGS

Peoria brother-in-law, and Rose, are spending the Christmas mas day guests. Mr. and Mrs.A. in Scottsboro. Ala. Home-Sick Tailor New RiverAND

holidays with Mrs. Duncan's bro. C. Manassa and Mrs. Marian Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bronsonof I ,

d Mrs Roy Gunner- her-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Reddish of Femandina Mr. and Orange Park spent the weekend Cut First Tree LONG BRIDGEBy NEIGHBOR I -

Mrs. Smith In Mrs. George Manassa of Green with Mrs. Bronson'a Mr.
.Roy
Tennllle parents
Ga. home-sick
Long durlnjr To August Imgard. a Mr. E. A. Sapp
F H sons Bill Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Barnesof Cove Springs and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton. Immigrant tailor goes the credit for The WASHETERIA

are her Richard from Newark N. J., cousins of W. W Q. Stringfellow of State Billy Dampier is spending this introducing the Christmas tree to C S S C S S C ,,

':'e and Bill and H. Nollman, who stopped in Farm. week with his grandparents, Mr. America. Everyone is invited to a Christ.

,. Long.Mrs. Comer Starke for a week's visit. liked Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neal of Ha. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier in High Imtfard came to this country In mas program to be hold at Long -

!tr and Starke so well that vana Cuba Springs.Mr. his brother in Wooster
will visit
Bridge Santa
they stayedon spend theChrist- 1847 to Friday night. Hope

ini Beach!Mr will and spend Mrs. for a month before continuing mAS holidays in Starke as guestsof and Mrs. Clyde Ferrrl of Ohio. With the prospects of a dismal visits us. Come see! R. B. AL V AREZ & SON TRANSFER AND

with Jacksonville. their Journey to Hawaii. Mr.: and Mrs. Thomas F. Grady. Rlchlands, Va. will arrive Monday Christmas for the first time Mrs. Thelma Merritt visited I STORAGE..CO.
roll in for week's visit with Mrs. Fertel's from hi. native' land. August
MI.9sHelenVGord Not "Self a away her
instruc- r' "has St-ontco.-\\.E! SERVE daughter, Mrs. Edith CarollIn
Fernandez I Joined the kOU. 2'-hour Srrtlrn parents Mr. and Mrs. H. decided to bring to' his newly adopt. Jacksonville and -.. 1 ,: local
Shadycrest Friday Satur. We
Elmira, hospital on dampwa J operate
a College.; S. Childress. ed home all the Christmas spirit b .. .
week with staff after completing a five h and rough dry. Drop by antI .
aig this I Mrs. and festivities he had loved so rmch( day.Mrs. .ss: ilt taacanyuher I pq
months tall S. L. Peek Mrs. Roy Ward Jessie Leo .. r I s.a..LvAREZ $501' 4t long! "
Fernandez. course In a technician over jour laundry problemswith Lazenby of .
-3 R S and daughter. Mlrn. Jane and! Darby in Wetzlar Ilessla. To his young ,,..........
Rosser of the U. S. school in Cleveland" Ohio. :\11'1. Smith at Stark.- Dry Peek :; ; visitingMrs. ;- I, nephew and niece he would show Gainesville and Mrs. Ophelia Revel F I MOVING' In U.S.

one Station. Ran- Miss Sammie Kennedy Is visit. t'lrancrH. &; Laundry spent Sunday how Christmas was celebrated In of Jacksonville were visiting V '1.-. .
H. .
C. Richard in Palatka.C.
5pel')' the holidaysr. ing: Mrs. Miriam Klckliter and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. I G. Prescott of Jacksonville the old country. Fonle Crews last Friday.Mr. ) I ,- _______ EXCELLENTHTOK.KiK

Frank Rosser. Miss Dorothy Claire Kickliter: this will be hosts at Christmas supper First he needed a Christmas tree. I' and Mrs. A. P. Moore left 4

.i. T s Sladhave week. Sammie will leave for New- to' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Long and was.lae" EdwardH.a Saturday visitor of Mrs. This is U10 way he described how last Wednesday for n visit with i :

:Ipstl(, :Mr Slade's i nan, Ga. Sunday where she Is daughter Mary Ann Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb andchildren he got It: "I walked up Apple creek. I relatives In LaBelle and Watichula I b..J FACILITIES

\\ S Slade and making her home with her bro. Mrs. Billy Dowling and sons. Jim.,I When I got to where the trees for a few days and then to Miamito ,. .
will
ami sister, Mr. I' ther-in-law and sister, Mr and I my and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. E. this weekend of Hastings with Mrs. Robb'amother spend were I found the water so high I be with their son, Cecil Moore, Agent! For _

V Sinclair, all of :Mrs. A. W. Hendricks. J. Dowling. Jr. and chilrren. E. J., could not get across. So I walked and family for Christmas.Mr. '
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Mr Nettle Dow Imp/ Lee of Ill and daughter Janie, and Mrs. Mrs.. Fay Gill.Not along until I found a tree fallen and Mrs. E. A 8npp and DelcherBros. a See us first!

Jacksonville was a nuest' at the !, '" ..:. Leu! aitcl .,oa, UoUwy; or "Solf .n.h.-\\'F. SERVEYOI' from bank to bank and crossed on Mrs. \V. R. Ward were shopping
:21-hour Service on dump that. I cut a tree and carried it to .
homes of Mrs. J.V.. White and Greenwich, Conn. : in .Jacksonville Monday. -
1 wash and rough '. I>rop by> anti the fallen log. But to get across '
REPAINTBUILD Mrs. E. K. Perryman last Fri. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Long and : Obey Moody has been on the
talk over jour laundry probl..m"1th this time I had to tie the tree to
I my
daughter Mary Ann, will be sick list for a few days, but we
day.Dr. :Mrs. Smith at Starke IJryCI..au..r" neck and crawl on hands and feet.
and Mrs. P. M. Boyd of Christmas dinner guests of Mr.Long's are glad to report that he Is
&:: People looked at me with considerable
Laundry.
Jacksonville were guests of the parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. much better.
Spending Christmas day with curlouslty when I walked L. -- "
CLES W.. H. Nollmana on Monday. C. Long in Brooker Charlie Coweir: of Gainesville r- 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp will be through town with my tree. 'J 1
SARAH LAUSONISIIlvS: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch hadas Ls enjoying a few days vacation '""
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with
Mrs. W. E. Bradley of Jacksonville Adept scissors Imgard cut
ALL HER PATRONSA their Sunday guests Mr. and from the University of Florida
Mrs. John Sale and daughter his own paper adornments and a I
VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS: Mrs. Marvin Mayhew of Green and Is spending" It with his wife ,
tinsmith fashioned
local a shiny
Lota, of Madison Mr. and {JWt Mod i44h '
AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Cove Springs Bill Koch and Paul Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter. Linda star for the top.Christmas. and her family tff Now River.

Harry Quick of Washington.D. Hudglna of Arcadia. Mrs. Roan Pinholstpr. n_ nf_ _nrruilrnp___n_. I iI'
Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
I C.' arrived Thursday to spend Miss Polly Mann student at : was the weekend guest of her ;\'
and
Christmas with his parents. Mr. G. S. U. C., Valdosta Ga. Is Mundy daughter Jean. I Name niece, Mrs. Mona Wiggins. ;h :
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dorr Smith of
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and Mrs. C. H. Quick. The Quicks spending the holidays with tier Unbooked Fruit Cake """

also have as a holiday guest Miss I I H-othiT and sNter-in-law Mr. El Dorado Kansas is visiting' For Three IslandsAlthough Here is a nice recipe for an

Belle Goldstein of Los Angeles, and Mrs. E. C. Mann, Jr. Mrs. Smith's mother Mrs. V, L. uncooked fruit cake:

.\KF TUB OLD Calif.Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Deal I Mr.two and grandchildren:Mrs.! R. L. McDowelland of Jack. Blair Mr. this and .week Mrs. D.and-T.next.Clark of on any of them Santa'- there Claus are doesn't three,live Islands One pound each: crystallized [

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left Wednesday to spend the remainder sonville spent Tuesday and Wednesday Miami are spending the Christmas In the world named ChrUtmas. r .. 6 6. {; t ?

of the week with Mrs. !! with Mrs. McDowell's holidays with Mrs. Clark'sfather One Is the largest atoll In the Pacific

& BAKER. Mr.Deal's and brother-in-law Mrs. A. M.and Petty sister In Mrs.father C., John F. Ward.Uglow and sister and Mr., N.and D.Mrs.Wainwright J. R. Wain-Sr. 1777 by ocean.Cook.It and was annexed discovered by Great In EXPERT SHOE

St., Stark Fbi.flnerraranp. Macon Ga. Mrs. Doris Cloainger of Trout- wright Britain In 1888. The Island Is about
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rowton 100 miles round and less than 100
,., man, S. C. arrived Thursday to .
-- -- spend a week" with her parents and daughter, Jane, of Tallahassee people live on it. They earn their I II
weekend of Mr. livelihood by cultivating the Island's
were guests
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sumner at
branch ofSURANCt. their and Mrs. W. H. Graham and fam- coconut groves. !
country home five miles
!1'!-'. Another Christmas island Is located -
Hi. ...) of StaikcMr .
: Mr Mm. **. In the Indian ocean, 200 miles
j and 2Ir..-. H J. Powlf> Sr. : aid 1: p' in of
-g .. I
'_ Jrck-o.i\llli: : roiday :quests: south of Java. It is 12 miles long 'I. d
of tike an 1 ?.!. r.olc-t: L.e ..t .; .."
-- of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy.Dr. by nine miles wide. Surrounded by ';, 0 > .
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and son, Bobby, of Greenwich .
1 V Conn. ate ftpvlng Christmas din- I and Mrs. Lemuel Poison: ocean depths of 14.000 feet. Its own ,..\....

.i. 1 I.-,"0 the.: .. c-.i3 l.a..s for highest ground reaches more than LET US DO YOUR SHOE
Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
with
1 'WALL AGENCY Brannen ner In Hampton. Christmas. W. S. (Billy) Colson 1.000 feet above sea level. It also DRESS SHOPPE

has arrived 'from Willow Run belongs to Great Britain and a few REPAIR WORK.
Mr. and Mrs. L.V. Koch are I
Mich. where he has hundred Chinese Malay., Javanese
been employed
IPLCASB PHONE 146 leaving Arcadia today with for Mr.a week's and Mrs.visitIn by the Kaiser-Frazler motor In and the a few shipping Europeans of phosphate are engaged of Satisfaction Guaranteed! "v 7:I and :

50 YearsASSIFIED Paul and Mr and Mrs. company. He plans to enter
Constant Service Over Hudgins lime. ,
the Uof/ F. In January. Mr. and 4 BIGGS & BAKER
W. S. I Koch.
Christmas island In the Little
Three
Friends Barber ShopSSrssra'prrr
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mrs. Lemuel Colson Jr. and son. 103 W. Call St.
Dowhngr Bras d'Or Nova Scotia 30 miles Starke., FUu .
Jimmy of Panama City are expected -
Jr. will have Christmas d.nne- southwest of Sydney Is a tiny ash I
L I
to arrive here today. Lemuel -_- .'.
Mr. -aa I r
with Mrs. Dowling's parents ing island of 1,400 population.
j who has been r. h.ghway .
Wal
and Mrs. R. H. Brewton in
do. I patrolman will L come a deputy w= __'- "- '-...

-- ---- sheriff Panama Have Tree Base :
-- in Jan.
Mrs Bertha Pearce will haveas City on I I

eII, II i Franklin. INSURANCE-I: wrlt.al 11 lines: I her holiday pufst.i. Mr and 2_.. andl
of BEAUTIFUL II
,r d I lieatiir; 1iiculatlnir tire automobile liability and EMibara and Jackie Colley arc Stand In Water Plenty I
of Jackson
IIf.I.: ,.. me for your Mrs. Edward: Ensor Ip I
t 'untlttion.Krupli. nxedK., N. D. V*'alnwrlKht In""ran".1 vII Ie. Mr. and Mrs '\'. G. Godwin 1 spending this .n-cek with their Christmas trees like flowers will
tf W. Cal! St.. Phone 154. Mr. and Mrs. E. father Carr Colley at the George to f *
of Gainesville respond being kept with the baseIn
I I' I R. Smyth and children of New Washington Hotel in .Ttcksonville. the water. Here are two simple I USEFUL GIFTS I at t DENMARKS
MATTKEHSESOP Mr. and Mrs. L. A, C' 'Is
are L
OUR TIMBER Orleans and Mrs. Mary Lane and things to da If you want your tree

(sow ALL KINKS daughter Mary Beth, of Jack spending the Christmas we 'kendIn to stay green and fresh. I
RENOVATEDFl'KNITCRK FernandiVia with Mrs. /, R. c. ." 'I.
lash Prices Paid sonville. Buy a tree which has been cut as \

i Mr. and Mrs. O [.. Beasley, Hardee and family. I recently as possible Chenille d p

m BULK Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dtirden and Mr. and Mrs. WV. T'nan Cut off the end of the trunk diagonally () .1

I IX UNITS : Mrs. J. W. Klncald are spending and daughter Jean, left V nes- at least one Inch above the 95'/ .1I.1p

Christmas day with Mr. and :Mrs.C. day for a we..k''Islt with friends original cut, This will expose a

-W. PECK C. Hoppe In Tampa. and relatives In Colon.t and moist surface which will absorb wa. Spreads. I I
Bassfleld Miss. ter.' Stand the trunk of the tree In !
1m Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
W. Turner their weekend visit. IraV.. Andreu will have: as water at once and if it is not to be .1
will have as
I5o\
JO. 463 guests during the holidays his taken into the house for several ItEUULAK ,
RKUPIIOLSTEKKD: Mr and Mrs John Love
|es\ille Fla. ors children and their families, In- days keep It In a cool place.
Jacksonville, Mr. and
AND REFINISHED Wilkes of f}
"jtcard; Drop Vn A Card Mrs. Fred Guy and children Jane j eluding Mr. and Mrs. t.'. P. De.I .
a and I $10 'I I II
D.STINUSI.TTRESS! CO. I and Jimmy and A. Z. Adkins !I Berry and children and Mr. andi

me i see you. Box: 230 Palatka, Fla. I Jr. of Gainesville. |I i Mrs. Clarence Andreu all of Panama December DatesThere

Miss Sylvia Morse will leave City and Mr. and Mrs. John f VAMIKI
on p. n..hnKI.n. ) Sorenson and daughters of Dinsmorn. -
Fla to be
n in, It* Can hu IJ LI"IOI'R home-cooked meul and today for Balm a I aren't very many famous -
Hh *> i & Hun Simwnte ?comfortable. room* .at Colonial Inn. bridesmaid in a weddlnfof a clans- birthdays during December-too _ ,
uox ';iS Alan furnlnhrd l nml unfurnished mate December" 26. Mr. and Mrs.! T. K. McClane _ _ p

01 W tf I luce apartment In. on MHIHIMI I idlKhtful|| St., Htarke locution. i iMA11R Not on"SeItSeri't"-WE:; SERVE of Lake City are holiday guestsI of near history's Christmas! prominent! However,people a few I, We Have Many 20-iii. Wheel Tricycles CHILD'S J .1
Miartm, hnuc. :I Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane
,110"1. Yor. :'Jl-hour !T\loe on dameisah wi torn In December and here
-ptlonnlly'nr & I'OWT .KOU HAM3: Colt Jr. P .*H' Table & ChairSETS
I. ( WELl. AS SMALLER
flR
town ror- al>t. II I mo old, '-liar* will work anti rough dry. Drop oy andtaIle t'j .re: j 8 Q : t
I I I'J. apllrtm"nh.. anywhere. Both Kentlo., Sacrifice.K. o\rr jour l.itimlry prohlimwwith !i I Miss Mary Heintz. who has Dec. 8. Eli Whitney, inventorof ANI CHEAPER ONF.H!) II
.11 an" 3 ml. N. of Waliln.Stp been her sister Mrs. J.W. p
\0\VI1Mdln: visiting (1
THAT
Starko the WE
Se Jon. 1':. 12-24 :Mr Smith at DryCleaners cotton gin. MiST HELLBEFORE
vII Anency.' tf Reed in KOI Ln >euros ..tss.. G 't
Dee B
>t: Laundry.Pt. : IS.LudwIgvon Beethoven.Dee. 1 : CHRISTMAS! : Now $12 I
C""I-& .. > I who Is Is back In Starke for the holi John Greenleaf 11 p.
Chow doir. FOR HALKi:: 58 arren.. Hlk .AOC Steve St. John 17. Whit
.1 "inme of Fmxy known UM Stump e lIIl. ..IUon. flo iutruck I:
tier.
ll'l, Plonne, notify If land. "th"nrho" J. C. home with his parents, Mr. and days.Major j Regular' $15 v Jur' 1
R. O. Kidd will leave
|.rii" Johnny Childrp.. Terrell lit. J. Lake City, Kin.Stp Mr*. V. S. St. John on a 13 the.first Dec. 24. Christopher (Kit) Car. Now !1p
itnrn. ttpViv 12-24 day leave after being Li schoolat of the year for Fort Leaven- $18.95

'.LV' ,: oil [ an Army base five monthsat worth Kansas where he will be son.Dee.. 27. Louis Pasteur. 1 ,
rtnnivoii FOX A
WILT., HKI.I. 3 WFLT: BRKPI REAL I1AKOAIN
'! ',.In 4...prl"... I & Ilt-er Hnliml pupple. I *r. old Aberdeen Md. will leave: Dec. enrolled for the r.t th.onth... Dec. 28, Woodrow Wilson. .p

'"",A"If'"' < $Si''"'rrlir.rAtor.. "". P.,r hunt at ac-rlflr account price of h..own..lth...r.1.can't W' :31it. for Tokyo Japan where h* in the Command f: General Staff Dec. 31. Rudyard Kipling. j j'r Regular Value, 21.50 See This Bargain WAGONSOnly

pin- at 12.31 Jordan fit. I, box 19*. Stark.. will be a watch repairman in the College.; An -..aocac; : uuUise Is r I ,J;
Stit( 12241HAVKV : being offered foN tlo-l t Guard .
KOii ,nPrlval.:-/ F-! t Calvary for two years. Make The Family neal HappyWith .
"" -IIVO Mr*. s ii,. f T. H Osborne of Houston Tex- I and. Reserve officers. 1 3.25BUY .;.
16IV invtnn,. 14tn OP FIRST: nnon'uIAr" Mr'\ : and Mrs. I:::. V.'e'jcr: are K: I A Combination R-A-D-I-O ,
Christmas holidays I 79.50Nice
-i1w.c
It to elderly -people In irradnattimime1 as I Is spending:;: the S
(i-ountrv h"",<'. I'ij ml !I. with Mrs. Oaborne.. recent ne'cCCrN to :CicrT-:: moving 1 ,r; 1 TODAY
,. here .. Tone Fully Automatic ._ _ _
""l hog, ...t.1 I of Hampton" on Therenfii ril No. t-vre fr'lM Ph'll'1;'l%''*. Pa. ;,4 k '4 4N Mahogany Cabinet 4
.4 7 ,
cI I !4P.. .(,,hn, 20 "I lr... N. H. T>'BOU. Ifompton: 'r */ r ,
I .
Ijlwtry |Itp| Kla. lip I-1 I II :'I"""" .! :: ; :: : _' __ They have built a home on Road ,
: : 1
"' '' ;
: 'It
1 a. r..1 Jeer, .M. MV BB .v -M I 200. north of ClarKe. r ;

I ., Ih I U"'lIr.l.llo: ) IImfnrt covc-rtnTi< ..l..ni>. ilernrirtrri:. pi-own I. For rOT garden!I. nonunlr ,,* EXPERTSERVICE Mr. or.tl :. ss. ::;0.1':;:;"' :Ctrong J'll',, ,.;. .,. i r Bed Room Suits 10950Reg. 1 139.50 VaL Cedar Chests 1 ,

Itp hnm.. Nlrk'H &Lfclfc..l: ..'III' "il!! cclcfcrits.ir! : : !: r'.Ivcr: :: Wed- '.t. Walnut Fin"IN h Triple Mirror-Hmnl-l'cmler Bed '

.. I Starke. Kill 4t_1-14- adio drug / "1'1"'er'tht"' v ckend" ., : J ,
M -- t *" t Only $36
!StarkiHu ,IOFt 14.1 I.E' It..I,'" IIo.hlinl&.lInl.\ in. Atlanta. Ga. when Mrs. 1 yt'lJ"f' 1 Ii, fi
hit It x .," "... |.ll.>. .Klxctrlt waiihlnK, machine At r..} "" Crestline SOFA .
,
Stroke's: ticthcr: and sister Mrs. ; BEDS .
I 1. I r. .
III 'c.n.I lion..1 wringer for Htamt.i"J. i-nrn-ni.JSJ.' : ..$ ,; aJ ". $75 S 1
.
*"y tnn.. A$- fi\tm ...r.'R. door & window; a W. M. White and Miss Eunice ifi" .J _ _ ,
.... cultivator. about i '..' J Regular 9930 Value 't
_HP, llftnet *,1.1' & ; f.Ulttiie '. \\'. White entertain at Open House /O SAVE $20 I
lou ft. of fenclntr Cheap : USE OURBUDGET
.
"I IIT hi, .1.' turn on Jax rond at J"p'MUrorerv. on Ciirisatias night.! < rI
1 1'.1.1I I ml r:. 1MTRKB > ** **
icn Mr. 'and JI- u.'e I '
-
I Part ('01.| : ppentedt it I PLAN
I 1 l brown ; WOIIK" : t-Mrie. trrf removed.Innd I. and SOT, furl. D. "'tersbuitf See Our Sealy HIDE-AWAY BEDS I'
., "-. ihnnvhll.. & dana.roui.. llmb eliminated -' < wiU be weekend ,guests of r AND IHIY WHERE: 4
J'rag Htora. All Johnr"Rranr FAMOUS TilE
lip'JIS 'Tree turnery. NATION
\\ ..d tnniired Thomnx "epa' :4:'. and ::':-:1.: i:. A. Vvir::'.-.:. OVERIT'S PRICES ARE RIGHT

'hoj \ST\oU. to h..n.. Bro Tree tiervh-*. John Tourlftifamp Visiting the Morris Latterman'sover
dlllr, "oul.. In at South city limits on lid I I A
11 nUntahon milk 200. It! the holidays la Louis Renner FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT :


I r.i!, I-"Bor ...IIrh.y .. HOSPITAL formation INSURAVrKFor about!' WHIT In'l! 'f' Chas. C. of Dr.New and York.Mrs. H. B. McLendonand .;,... .4; ""...-...t... ""o.- \' Denmark i .1

I.n A.I it's...AI. isis ftOSPITAMZATIO.V PUA.V. daughter Jeannette of Or- 1f..rs .MoIo..... ...- ..-it''''of, Furniture Co.
Cflnditinn written by 70yrold: Banker' ,
II. .,{ 'B lf.h;; fln.: Life fanualty Co., :your local Shepherd lando arrived here Wednesday to WHITE HOUSE DOOR If yea A ,
I'U )o4g: repreientatlve will be clad to a.. spend the Christmas weekend with were bavlnr. ChrIstmas diana t) PHONE 151
: at
fliOtJ Station
Jt A.l .on. you without obligation. lire. I At Gay's Service STARKE FLA.
no Mrs. McLendon'a parents Mr. and the. White .. .
To"rl. Camp fx>ulii. K Waln"'S'ht.' (IS Me-1 110. this U what you'd ,
''mitn on R<1. fan I lllahnn St.. Stark. FU., Phone J Mrs. E. S. Matthews. see as.J.u approached: It. :.: .
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:'. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY
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r: 1rr-q '\\1 : I S S j jtJ and Mrs. E.InaVarner were respective Lt. Cal\ and Mrs. Fielding!: had as their guests Sunday Mrs ,JS.. ,.l Task Force 38, which is now period In ;-

t)" winners each award tlves there.Chapman Dana Duke of Laka} Butler am '" "' 'I."I'll' .'-"" I undergoing an intensive training I and the Chlnae Western p 1
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II ,
J : state Farm. being a flower holder. and their sons Fled! Merritt Cawthon of Gainesville. ,.I',, ea area 'dttcI
i ., ". 1. _!.'\oIJII.-. __ .... _
: I f; {6 ,p pw ing 3rd and Walton Ford, ol L Miss Wynette Goodman of Cuth :"

. ;),I ,,:':; By Mrs." Bryan Whltflek'. AtitoodThorntonMr. Falls Church Va. arrived Sun bert, Georgia arrived Sunday tc .J,;.,)
'': ,;:' SO.! ,, ,' .r . ei and Mrs. A. F. Thornton day to upend the holidays with I spend the holidays with her bro I
r ,I: of Auburndale announce the mar. Mr. and Mrs L. F. Chapman ther-In-law and sister, Mr and I-----

1,t (i"i\:': 'f ,I Jhrlstma immunity* Party Club rlage of their daughter Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand Mrs. A. C. Klrkland. t M *
( their Clinton and Jack Mrs. D. L. Nix and her littldaughter. C CJ
,1 r sons :
ll Jewel, to William F. Atwood at
',I". a ," y:,;1 The Community Club held Its t
went "
It' of Jacksonville were visitors of Margaret, by '
; i',tli'lyta!: I .Ijnnual Christmas party in the three o'clock in the afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradley Sun plane Friday to Commerce Ga. re
:Ij\\.,': r,, pub Rooms Tuesday afternoon Saturday December 18 in Jack. to visit Mrs. Nix' mother Mrs. a
"F'I %" ''f last ;week. Among the beautliul sonville. TJie ceremony was performed day.Mrs.
rk L. J. Sharp, during the Christ
r : J. H. Scales and J H.
r,t ;;!; :qr'. I decorations the traditional by Rev. Vance Gordon .
I h,1: ree was the piece de resistance minister of the Murray Hill Scales, Jr. of Perry were guesta mas holidays.En t'I
i 'I'"J': '", *nd under it were piled the gifts Presbyterian Church, in the of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher route from their home In I
Ohio to St. Petersburg
'f' : ''I' hat were distributed to members Manse. The bride was given away Sunday. Cleveland.
,u'': ./ihho&' were present and their guests. by her father and attendantswere Edward Welgan of Graham Mr. and Mrs. Otto Willett and t ira

t J, }i 'II'' 'I",here was an interesting display Miss Hilda Reval and John spent the weekend with Mr. and Miss Ruth Willett visited Dr. and : ii u J .
J
Mrs. H. J. from Satur-
1"h! .f the Christmas gifts to be sent Beckham. Mrs. Atwood formerly Mrs. Tom Conners.Mr. Kucera r

. \\ :t'I I l I?y the Club to its little protege; lived in Starke and has been a and Mrs. Milo Selgler and day until Tuesday I

!lilt. t ; I" area Johnson of Enterprise. Mrs. frequent visitor here of her relatives their baby son, Mike, of Tallahassee . . .
:
t N a-y. ,c'J. M. Rlcharde Mrs. J. O. God- Mr. and Mrs P. S. Crews are visiting Mr. and Mrs 1

-'h J j' ,.' ,,Jin. Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers. Bryan Whltfleld.
i
LawteyBr
N'' '" ,I' Lawrence and Mrs. Dennia Crews and
; .. J Dugger Mrs Crews Spencer Patsy Kucera and Carolyn JI !

,.""f?f r,, ,"anchor, members of the social Patricia Willard attended the wed- Bradley attended the birthday ... II. F..cti -
.
.f. '. 4ai! "..1"' Committee, were hostesses fork ding. party of Jackie Tanner at CampBlarding i
: ': \,W i ;" the afternoon. Their refreshments GUY FARRELL, champion pocket billiard trick shot of
,1"4 I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thompson Friday night. The W. S. C. S. of the Metho- '
,
motif. Chicago. III. is above
\ 'lq. +tarried! out the Christmas Mrs. C. D. Sellers Spencer pictured as he gave a recent exhibitionat
of the birth of dist Church held its annual
t< ;U, : ,Vith ambrosia they served star Tampa announce Crews and Patricia Willard wentto the Dampier Billiard Parlor on East Call Street.
> ''I'i t4> r '\ ''nil tree shaped cookies and indi'idual their little daughter, Jeanne Camille to Christmas party at the home of r cA-aain'
; Auburndale Wednesday '
,, on November 26. Before her Mrs. George Roberta last Tues -
'' that held be-
",1'r'I cakes tiny
j with
,
lit! spend the Christmas holidays
; marriage Mrs. Thompson was day evening at 3 o'clock. At the
ibboned tapers. Courtesy Important
<.l/t' : }I I'\j//?,:, Jacqueline Woodward. relatives. close of the program Mrs. Roberts Christinas'Seal Sale

" I! 4'jot" .kl l.trldce{: .\ Club Congratulations are extendedto Friends are glad to know that assisted by Mrs. Paul Dinkins When Sending CardsThe Totals $420.80Mrs. t -0' .
Dave Thornton Is
,''''' ':.( ,. .". ''hrlMtm Party Misses June Caldwell and Doris recuperating I served refreshments 'consisting of
f'' lti, [ ,1', !' 'q ",, :),1 1( In keeping with Its yearly cusf Moncrief who have been selectedas nicely following a recent tousil- Ice cream and pie. exchange between of cheerful Christmas J. R. Wainwright, chair- .....
ectomy. I cards friends is
f( : J? f "Ipm, the State Farm Bridge Club attendants to the queen of Jeannette Richardson of Jack- Miss Marguerite Wainwright,, of our most delightful Yuletide customs one man of the County Tuberculosisand .
, its Christmas celebration last Bradford County's float in the student F. S. U. Is Health
; ; ij I rrlad a of spend- Association announces
sonville has been visiting Ovieda -and like all other social relationships
I i '. ,, t'I'hursday afternoon. Artistic decr inaugural parade. and Loedith Criffis this past ing the holidays here with her. it Is governed by simple that a total of $420.80 has been t'
, t 'fl' ';1 tratlons, centered around a Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae of 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- common-sense rules of eti- realized at the end of the third

, I/k t ,I t r I'rriras, tree of outstanding beauty, McIntosh were supper guests of week.Charles and Wallace Mooney wright. quette. week of the current ChristmasSeal ,

; : i ",, t "fade the Club Room a lovely setII Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. Mrs. Bouvier of Kingsley Lake spent Friday Miss Lou Edwards of Jacksonville You may properly send your hol campaign. (
( : '; +' ; jng for this atfalr. Prior to theIr returned to Mclntosh with Mr. Mrs. ...
II with Spencer Crews. spent the weekend here with iday greetings to almost everyone Wainwright urges all persons
,j ." { mes cake with coffee was served and Mrs. McRae and after visit-1 her Mr. and Mrs. Will business and who received
j J" Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sasser haveas parents professional associates seals and bonds and we'reold
, :. .,;!' .." 'nd there was a merry exchange Ing them for several days wentto their holiday visitors Mrs. F. Edwards. If you wish, as well as social to send their remittances before -
, :lh glPta At thc end ot the pro- she joined Mr. :I
Miami where
.t L. Bullock and her daughters, Rev. G. V. Lee, of the acquaintances and relatives.Be the first of the year.
pastor
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::\ i.. l TE'RSlonll Mrs H. M. Rlcharde.1 I Christmas
:1i' I. P! : received Bouvier for a visit with I Martha Ann and Mary, of George Baptist Church, Is visiting his sure to choose appropriatecards ooo oat fashioned
' F? holder ot high score, their relatives. however. If Aunt Jennie
1 Is
r 1r I I II town, S. C. mother In Miami this week. Buys Property
' : \' card table cover. The second Mrs J. H. Dunn returned to a garden{ enthusiast. she'll probably
r / Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram,
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. of I .
I 1gh prize a plastic dressing set Crosby enough tot
J her home in Paducah Kentucky appreciate a beautiful flower print u
Miss
and Son.
Virginia Engram Edward
< Jacksonville A. Hall has purchased ,
, ; as ,won by Mrs Tom Conners were guests of Mr. more than dozen Santa Claus de. r
a
.J\'tJ"t'' \t' v I 11"' .mong gucl'1t' players Mrs E. C. Thursday after an extended stay ny Engram visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. H. Futch last Fri- signs three acres of property! at the corner -
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace. Charles Snyder in Jacksonville Westmoreland want to
day night. and Lafey- i
. d : held high/ score and her Special Title ,
.
Mr and Mrs.Vallace accompanied
'" J Sunday. J. Frank Kembell! of Rutland ette Streets from W. A. Edwards.j
\, 171' : rlze wall a vase. Ir: club and I Mrs. Dunn to Jackxonvllle and Mr. and Mrs. John Crews and Cards with special titles such as
5 rr' Vermont has been the guest of "Merry Christmas. The sale was made through E. A.. t-I.
::i ; nest bingo Mrs. L. F. Chapman I II'iJ..d were overnight guests of rela- I their little son, John Allen of A. M. Blanchard this week. Mr. available for mothers Mother wives sweet are Strout Agency. say i I II

'.}\ 1" Gainesville are with Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard and Mr. Kembell! were hearts and practically all relatives, f
>: : ; 1 /d.."... L1 G. E. Crews for the holiday sea- I -- I CPL. HUGH SULLIVAN nCARPENTER'S
boyhood friends in
l U Vermont. ncluding the in-laws, and are a
; son.Mrs. Mrs. Charles Dinkins of Jack- mark of individual thoughtfulness.If STATIONED IN JAPAN I
1 .tt1. ': I From where I Joe Marsh W. E. Feagle spent the
r r sit..Jj' sonville is spending the holidayshere you can spare a moment or I
Cpl. M.
Weekend with relatives In Jack Hugh Sullivan !Is in Ya-
'I with her two, brief
J son Paul Dinkins. pen a holiday note on
n:
i it, sonville and Hilliard. Mr. Feaglewas Miss June Bullard and Miss each card. It adds a warm sincerity katot Japan with the Air Force.

f' 1 I I the guest of Mr. and Mrs.M .. Jane Cotton of Jacksonville were and a touch of your Individual He is a crash fireman in the 3rd C:

1 Dutch Miller's E. Feagle in Tampa during the guests of friends here last personality to your Yuletide greet Air Installation Squadron and has : i
: the week. Sunday. ings. Christmas time Is a sentimental I
been chosen to take a 30-day
Robert McLeod of Jacksonvillewas and nostalgic season for every
Wiener Roaat
t \ ; 1\\, : 1 Back In Uniform Mrs. Dana Duke of Lake Butler the guest of his uncle and one, and many a friendship has course in has fire fighting. His wife,
been ,
kept alive through the Dorothy just returned from
and Mrs. M. C. Roberts aunt Mr. and Mrs./! A. M. Blanch- years
, 1 tl [ J i were co- by the annual exchange of holiday California with their two children,
'" ; : f After: ten days la the city Dutch helping to keep this nation strong hostesses at the home of the ard last Sunday. greetings. Linda, 3, and Mlkie, 10 months. .

ne'; fJ : ,.1 Is back In uniform. I don't munbol8terfnjf the forces of demok latter Friday evening compli- of The Dock Walnwrlghtfamily Colored ink Is entirely proper They will be with his mother,

l\\' : t: if.tI".i: :Army khaki or Navy blue-but. a racy that guard our freedom. menting Mills Connie Duke witha days Jacksonville'apent in last several both for signing the cud ..and addressing Mrs. Mabel Sullivan, until his
Lawtey week
: : ( f7 r different uniform that's very bit And In their way of life, toe; wiener roast. The occasion was friends. visiting the envelope provided It return to the States in March

if1 ii as patriotic and American. they are champions of freedom.Ttmpiratt the sixteenth birthday anniversary Mrs. harmonizes with the color scheme 1950. I ]
Horace Cox of
11 Jacksonville
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of the honoree and she re- of the card Itself. t
YI j i//' fAt .. Blue jeans and a denim shirt folk who enjoy a moderate ceived lovely gifts from those was the guest of her mo- Signatures need not be

Ii! ;t 'J "i\ for work around the yards and glass of beer-but never present. The guest list included ther, Mrs. Paul Dinklns last Tues- except on engraved Christmas formal cards. ON DENNIS AIRCRAFT KITE SERVES

: '1 'Y I' ( barns; stout boots for tramping quarrel with those who prefer Misses Bobble Sue McCarley, day. You may have your name neatly CARRIER DRUG STORE I

j l+ d.i. : ; through the fields; and a straw elder. Tolerant people who fight to Bernice Parrish Christine Green Strawberries are beginning to printed if you wish or take your pen Dennis Kite seaman, USN, '

' !ff t.I I hat when the sun gets high-a the bitter end against oppression. Molette Hale, Lrola Carlton and arrive on the market this week In hand and sign the greetings yourself son of Perry Kite of Starke, Is I ,

.\f \ 1 E I uniform you see from Maine to and Intolerance. From where I sit, E.V.. Hodge, Winton Dampier, with several crates each day. with a holidaylourlsh.\ serving aboard the aircraft carrier -

r.. ''' ,. lg, Texas, Iowa to Alabama. a credit to America! Shirley Hewitt, Rudolf Dampier, The price Is from eight to ten "Mr. and Mrs." USS Princeton, a unit of t t: hSt .,t .,t S'S'tti!' tsl.3 ti''+ rnE.... ttie...... "rne..... ..... s... ..
f t Junior Brooks, Jack Crawford and dollars per crate.' Berries on the Married couples may omit the -- .
'jf 1 J ;' ""I" i It's the uniform of an army- Luke Rivers. roadside .are bringing fifty, centsa "Mr. and Mrs." if they prefer and E14D14Oref
It P ': 4C L the great of American farmer ]
1 army c9ce 'lt pint sign their cards simply "Paul and uwfltwwfltA Jwi t
\ ; ,q r *who,by their productivity, are Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North vIs- Mr. and Mrs. O. M Williams, Jenny Wilson Either the hus- I t

' '1 t l '+ ited Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davia, Jr. of Jacksonville were business band's name or the wife's may appear those o oyou
of
;+ Jr. In Gainesville.Saturday visitors in Lawtey during the first. Children In the family May we express to
: Copyihl.1948, United Stain Brewers Foundation ,
,,1/\/\ \\I ..I I Mr. and Mrs M. C. Roberts week. rate In a place in the signature too. ,. with whom we have been
Rev. and Mrs Ballard Wilson addressing the envelopes it Is -
were shopping In Jacksonville last best to send one card to a husbandand associated this past year our
Monday.Our wife and separate cards to other -
school closed for the Christmas adult members of the family too. best wishes for a Merry, Merry
Holidays last Friday with As an alternative one card may be
'suitable program prepared by mailed to the whole family if you Christmas. Our thoughts are

the pupils for each grade. At each are careful Individual to write the names of with you this glorious day and
the
on envelope Including ,
the clone\ of the program the P.
T. A. gave each pupil a bag with. Use three-cent the children. we give thanks for lasting
stamps for
r1 fruit, nuts and candy In them. your
Christmas cards. following the rule friendships such as yours
Rev. S.
E. Sparks of Starke of
good taste which says that first-

I'I I'Ir was the guest speaker at the class friends deserve first-class Let us strive toward a continuation
7 + I 4f Baptist Church last Sunday.Rev. mail It is entirely proper to write

and Mis Owen of. Lakeland your return address on the enve of the pleasant relationships
attended services at the Bap- lope to help friends keep tab on .
tist Church last Sunday. They changes of address. that result in Letter

have recently returned from China Selecting attractive Christmas e
where they served as missionaries cards for each of your friends Is a and happier living.

for SO; years. delightful pro Christmas activity.

Mr. and Mrs J. Wyrlck.. Mrs Don't treat it as a sober social re

+ Joyce, Futch, and Miss Elizabeth sponsibility. Plunge In with smile
Terry were shopping in Jacksonville and the gay holiday scenes on the
7tvt a 4iOtiUd 7me last Monday.The cards: will soon f'l your heart with
,
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WMU met last Tuesday Yuletide cheer an' sentiment. A'' ;
: ) with Mrs. J. E. Wall. Sr. o

Henry Bennett \\a visiting his Santa Glaus School

kr patents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.

FREE Bennett In Miami during the Trains Jolly GentsIn r"r

'I p 1 holidays. .
: colonial
Robert Whitehead Is visiting a farmhouse at Albion.
F his father, C. Whitehead, dur N. Y., there's a Santa Claus school
i and it's the only educational institution Ui j/l arrrr
A FULL YEAR'S SUPPLY ing the Christmas vacation. Ro
of its kind In the world.
bert Is a student of the Georgia
60 PACKAGES OF Graduates wear white wig and
Military at
Academy College
whiskers red suit trimmed In while _
Park Ga. fur wide white
belt and black
I ...' V. J. Rape is visiting his father leather boot,.

f ,. In Valdosta, Ga during the holi A course at the school preparesthe Q

; days. prospective Santa Claus to prop-
r9 : : ', i Mr. and Mrs Van Futch and erly shake, when he laughs like a 0
\
,- : .. Lacy Futch of Jacksonville were bowl full of Jelly, remain calm whena
." visiting in Lawtey lost Sunday. child glares and yells "there ain't
Mrs. 'L. H. Futch recently entertained no Santa Claus" and maintain proper -

members of the Garfield diplomatic: relations with a parent o
Evans Sub-district of the Methodist who thinks Santa has. given her tut
MYF. About 35 young people : the brushoff. '

from Starke, Waldo and Law-

tey attended. After the business CHRISTMAS PtTTZ- v .
meeting conducted by the president l-
Miss Oleta Green, an hour The Christmas "putz" Is a decor-
stive feature In
of recreation The many Bethlehem.
I was enjoyed.
Pa.. homes during the
Yuletide
!'r hostess assisted by Mr. George
i season It U
a representation of
Roberts., served refreshments of
the birth of the Christ Child In the
cookies and punch. The meeting UiAii
stable at Bethlehem In Judea.
closed with the young people The residents of
I WITH EVERY Bethlehem. Pa,
,F o' Waldo conducting the devo- follow this custom which was

tional, centering around the brought to this country by early Mo-
NORGE WASHER Christmas story. ravian settlers and spend months .
Mrs. Fred Moore has returnedto arranging the exhibit.

USE OUR LAYAWAY AT NO EXTRA COST her home here after a recent The word "put Is short for the a
visit with her Rev. andMrs. German
parents. "putzen" meaning to arrange i
r Pussreliti1;;; E. D. Boyer in Tampa or decorate.
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11)Y) niL\nKoiu COUNTY TKI.KOHAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA .J!!

--- St. Mark's I . '. .1
Episcopal "Watch" Service Midnight Presbyterian ChurchThe

Church News ItPV. II. E. Simmon, n. D., Hear At Baptist ChurchSet To Be First Presbyterian Church Hamptonpy

-- Friday Dec. 21, Christmas Eve For extends cordial welcome to Its
: Dec. 31 At St. a Mr M. C. Sweeney
lethodist Church 8 p. m. "Great SI't'nt's from usual 11 a.m. worship services.' .
Great Plays". Special Christmas "Swap Week" Is the sermon A midnight Topic for the sermon will be "The
will be a student Recogl program, Station VVRUF. topic for Sunday morning at the brated in St. Other Wise Man", based on the Merry Christmas, Hoy*!
here Service at the Methodist First Baptist church by the Pas Church at 12 well-known and much-loved description The Home Folks wish to extend
11:15
Ed, Sunday night at the 7:30: : p m. Christmas Eve Holy tor, Rev. Lewis D. Haines. Christ (Friday). of a wise man, by Henry I to the Hampton boys In the service -
fr h, L Anderson, Secretary Communion service. Congrega- mas will be past and a New The Church Van Dyke. Those who are famll- of their country, the heartiest .
Work In the WSCS tional Carol singing and sermon. : Year ahead. This Is the week to the direction ler with the book will recall the of holiday greeting, and 4
[student Saturday. Dec. make exchange of nonusefulthings. Charbonneau and long patient 'serch for the Christ, beat wishes tot the coming year. n s n ,Hc
25
|I nave charge of the total Day: Christmas The choir Is under the the organ by the many keen disappointments, Those serving Uncle' Sam abroad t
gram ot the evening. The direction of Mrs. Ethel Biggs and Heintz will sing and the final reward which came and at home are the follorvlng' :
m the church will be put 8 a. m. Holy Communion. will sing special music with Mrs. Nattvitate at the close of that brief Life- Captain Ed Silvernall. who with rIsl
fe students, giving: some Sunday, Dec. 26: Mona Canova,' organist at the Carol Mass, that greatest of all great live*. wife and small ,daughter, la now __
bY the 10 a. m. Church School. Hammond FWelea" and Special Christmas music will be sailing for Trieste. Italy, for occupational -
life. Nursery
Ihfir experiences of college ; Kindergarten Sunday Night at Ti30 the request Christmas sung by the choir. In the absenceof duty: Pfc. Bruce Maxwell ; F
ere will be a Fellowship Hour and Primary hymn and chorus Happy of the choir the organist, Mrs. E. M. Davis, of the Airborne Division,
Recreation Hall after the Departments In the Service Center Hour will be directed by the play. Grady, Mrs. Miss Marlon McRae, assistant who Is Trumpeter with the Medical
Ininff service for the students Junior and Intermediate De- ing of the plano-organ-duo of Misses Mary organist, will be present to provide 'Detachment, In Tokyo Japan;
( their wives. All youth .of partments In the Chuich. Mrs. Morse and Mrs Mann. The At the appropriate organ music. R. L. Brown, Jr. who Is with I
church are Invited to this 11 a. m. Pastor's message will be "I'd Rather sing "Adeste Sunday School classes begin the U. S. Marine Corps: Corporal
Morning
tilL Prayer & Have". Special music will be munlon "O Holy promptly at 9:45: a.m. Plans are Holland Brown, brother of R. L.,
Sermon by Rev. S. W Creasey. Mrs. being made for new classes to who Is enjoying a home furlough/ ,
G. (Buddy) Davis will be by the Girl's Quartette. Sunday sung by '
speaker at the 11 o'clock Sunday, Jan. 2: Semi-annual School meets at 9:45: with depart- neau, contralto. begin in the near future. Membersof after two ''years service on Okinawa : gt' t r,
I[fen guest Sunday morning.lay visitation of the Rt. Rev. Hamil- ments and classes for all ages, A cordial the adult class are asked to and the Pacific Isles. Pfc :4.-
be of the selection Dick May who Is now stationedat
,
thinking coming
we back our future lead-. ton West, Bishop Co-adjutor of and a nursery for children dur- to all who wish
Lee, Va. after six
of officers t the
new % January Camp
ing School and the
the Diocese Sunday morn-
and Interest of Florida. Edward's and
with, our presence meeting and party. All Sunday months in Alaska hopes to be
morning and Sunday The church U ing worship hour. Training Un- birth
of the
Sunday open dally for
home for Christmas with
ions School members will be eagerly Day
meet at 6:15 for
: trainingin
and qt
prayer meditation "In this
ning. church membership all ages. was looking forward to the Christmas his family; Pfc. Bobby Dynl, Is
.. ---.. Mid-week of God toward party Thursday ,, evening at 7:30: up Washington. D. C. at Andrews
at
> service Wednesday God sent His at which time Santa Claus will Field, while Privates Rex 1
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE 7:15: will be led by the Pastor into .the world 1t8 4i.
arrive with gifts and a heart full Brookins and Robert Cox are
with a period for all to _
testify live through "
their basic
of good will. I completing trainingat
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof and have a part. Members of With the coming of the New 1 Fort Jackson, S. C. and hop- WAS A GOOD GIRL ALL YEAR" It l.*k. as though Santa
Friday night/ the Annual Watch recreation club Year prayer meeting will be held : Ing to get passes for the big her, too. Bight now Santa Is busy with millions d Inter
The People"A Night Service will begin at 8 announce that in the In order to weekend. schedule and arrive
1 Chapel. promotea like this, but he's expected U stay on
p,m. and will feature moving pictures Christmas closer and deeper fellowshipwith serving with WaldonVadAworth'l Decembef 29. >
Southern Baptist Church For AU People of the local church memo families. each other and within fame Is expected
bers, officers, typical morning : ilies this meeting will Include Christmas. Day, on his return
services, and the baptizing' Christian a covered dish supper It Is hoped' trip from Porta Rico. Waldon Is Gainesville, have been recent i
!Sunday! School 9:45 Training Vntons 6:1:5: Kingsley Lake. Also pictures by has becomean here. SELLING YOUR
that as many as possible will at a radio operator, and BEFORE
Morning Worship Evening!: : Hour 7:30 the Pastor of his trip to Cuba. Services for : tend. experienced Seaman, by his Nita Johnson and Mrs. TIMBER or TIMBER
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Ser The Youth will bring messages Bible School 10 The Presbyterian Church wishesto many ocean trips to foreign ports. Fancher spent several days
Ice 7:30 SEE WRITE or
: LAND.
and Mrs
Mr.
with
from their refreshmentswill week
colleges Worship 11 a.m., express its deep gratitude to Hampton Is proud to extend the
._ be served and the new year "The Bread each and every one who contributed Season's Greetings to her boys, Lamoreaux at Smith Lake. I CALL. WINTON PARRISH
MORNING: "Swap Week"EVENING will be welcomed as all observethe and Mrs I. J. Chason and L. P. GIBSON
Evening Service : so much towards the Can at landvand on sea. or
: "I Rather Have" ordinance of the Lord's Supper topic, "Unity dlelight Vesper Service last Sun of Green Cove Springs P. O. Box 235
Xnuw TreeThe and Mrs. Hazel
Community visiting Mr.
Christmas day evening. The Church was
MAMMOTH WATCH-NIGHT Phone 3
SERVICIi A'cordial Invitation Is extendedto Friday night at 8 happy to share this program with Christmas Tree, center of and family.
Friday, December 31st. 8 P. M. friend and stranger alike to -J. B. all those .who were present The attraction for young and old will are glad to know Mrs. LAWTEY, FLA.

-- -- worship at any or all of these real spirit of Christmas, after all, be on display to night, Christmas Dyal is much improved, Would also like to 1"-
"\Ult The .Church,.With TheTlHltlal' services held to the glory of the Is the humble and unstinted share Eve, In the School Auditorium.A being quite 111 last week, turpentine timber
-- - -.- ----- PM"r"9 Lord. ing of the many rich gifts which brief program, arranged by hope for her complete ,re-
the Sunday Schools, will precedethe .
our Heavenly Father has so bountifully -
At The TabernacleThe Services every bestowed upon us. presentation of gifts, and will ,
7 dunday morning The pastor and all officers of begin at 7:30: o'clock
/ : Youth for Christ had a treat 11 a. m. and 8 this church take this opportunityto
-t'wJ Saturday night in a Felt-O-Graph gregational wish to all people the best of 21st Emory Anniversary L. Brown, celebrated l. eAdr '? .EfICE Mrs.Hartmann "I'
Christmas Story by Mrs. W. A. Brownlee Road. all that is good, both now and during his' 21st birthday anniversary, WE ObtO. TN. awesR'EFINE'MENT
Hippie of Park-Of-The-Palms, and fls, Pastor. the days that are to come. with a delightful party at his
New Jersey. The Nativity was -John Warren Kaufman, pastor home .on Wednesday evening of
CO.F beautifully portrayed in messageand last week. Varied games were
.
.
colored illustration. -loth St. and
enjoyed, before opening the attractive
1 .0. Sunday's services were heart Sunday School 9: : JUSTPRETENDING gifts. Refreshments of

searching. The forenoon subject Ing Worship 11 ; cookies, cup cakes, birthday cake r
being: "Without Controversy", tic( Services 7:00: fudge and fruit punch were

,I and the evening one-"The Heart welcome. Station'I ... served by Mrs. T. F. Brown, assisted
The Hand, and The Rod", both CATHOLIC by Mrs. K. B. Watterson
FRIENDSWe're by the Sponsor of the Tabernacle Over thirty guests were present, in every necessary detail is a Service
work. An additional feature wasa Sunday Mass those from out of town were: available locally and widely known
beautiful requested Christmassolo Sunday School Don and David McMahon, Fort
for its modest cost its wholesome
,
sent by a friend of the Tabernacle Week Day :: : Myers, Mary Ella Ward, Sunny-
wishin' for residing In Key West, brook, James Pickren, Gainesville courtesy, and always (tactful sym
you everything that'sgood. and sung by Miss Edna Noegel. CHURCH OF Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott pathy.DeWITT .;
You're a swell The congregation is looking Bible School and Truman Dickinson, Theressa.
bunch of folks, and forward to the coming of a student Church Service Mrs Brown, and sons, Emory and
we're mighty proudto group from Tennessee Tem- Evening : Frank, will spend the Christmas C. JONES

have known you, ple College, Chattanooga, next day Holidays In Miami as guests of '
and to call you our' Sunday, the 16 and .on 'January Bible Study Is Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and Phone 7 Starke, Fla. _____
friends. ''MERRYCHRISTMAS. 6, 7, and 8 (Thursday, Friday day at 7:45 family Funeral Director Ambulance 'Service
and Saturday) the National Com-
--''rsra mittee of'the National Laymens* CHURCH W. M. U. MeetingMrs. local funeral home enables ua to offer convenlencee and
A. L. Olsen was hostess
Evangelistic Association,
repre- services not otherwise available.
We will be closed on Christmas Day and senting several states, is expecting 8th &: St. to the Baptist W. M. U., on
the Sunday following, but will be open its mid-winter National Executive Rev. L. S. Thursday afternoon of last I week. r .. .
Committee :: in Sunday School Mrs. Frank Williams was In
again on Monday.COLONIAL Meeting
Starke. This will bring some out Sunday :Morning: charge of the Program, which local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and
Sunday ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY
standing Christian and Business Evening had a Christmas theme. Exchange .
INN |Leaders to our midst from other y, P. E. Service I Jua' p'tend my Daddy's here, of gifts by the members was company, as payment In part or {4n full on a funeral
states and should be anticipatedwith Prayer Meeting That Mama doesn't have to made, and delicious Holiday refreshments Consultation'! carries no obligation.
Larkin D. Weeks [ much Interest by all. work- of fruit salad, cake,
That she can stay at home all day. cookies and coffee were serve 1.
An' ... .. .... .... ... .. --'
doesn't have to go an' clerkIn Thirteen members were presenton .1 01 OIPIlE-CHRISTMAS. .
that ole store. I jus' p'tend. this occasion.

And I p'tend that we all live Mr. and Mrs. Olson expect to
Christmas with friends in SPECIAL!
spend
In a great house \
'QLyf big on a shady Cocoa '
street

And that we have a great big car, December ArrivalsCongratulations I"I!FORGET THE HIGH COST OF LIVING!!
And lots
of lovely things to eat, are extendedto
And lots of clothes. I jus' p'tend.Ijus' Mr. and Mrs. Francis W.

Meng, on the recent arrival of a -
p'tend the kids at school {C
Don't laugh at my ole clothesan son, Laurence Peter, In Shady. EAT With the Slade Gas Company .
shoes crest Hospital, Starke.Mr. i
1 And that they like me lots-and and Mrs. Lee White have During the, Christmas Holidays C
then announced the birth of a son, I
That sometimes In the games Frederick Paul, In Glendale Hospital 1
they choose Palatka. Mr. and MM. White ; i We have 16 Ranges we need to move before
Me too to play. I jus' p'tend. are residing for the present with ,I January 1, and with the purchase of each "
Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and
And after school, I jus' p'tend, Mrs. M. C. Hess. Mr. White have one these

'And When I go home again to cook ing arrived recently from Wash. i Ob i .eWilIlfFmR; ii'

D'VKILO'' comes sweep, an' dust till Mama ily.ington state to be :with. his fame I

That I'm a princess in a book!
It's lots of fun, jus' to p'tend. Mrs. Eva Runge, of Washing. aYM4
t ton, ,D. C. spent Thursday and ,
And me an' Mama, we 'tend Friday with her slater, Mrs. H.
r That we are eatin' off gold B. Wiggins. She was accompan
,. '
plates, led to Jacksonville Friday night
That cream we have turkey and Ice by her. niece, .Mrll. George Williams. I Iqs

And cake an' raisins, nuts an'. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dinkins :

dates, and children, Jeanie and Jimmy,
hristm8SMa And, oh yes-butter! We p'tend. moved Saturday to their new I,

And when I go to bed at nightI home In Gainesville.
t'l / Jus' p'tend that I am not Mr. and Mrs. R. C Gray Sr. it
Sincere good So awful cold. I snuggle down of Tampa, parents of Robert r I:
continued And ,make believe that I'm too Gray, Baptist Pastor, spent the '
.. hot.Sometimes. weekend in Hampton. While here, !
Christmas they were house guests of Mrs.
all
.. night I Jua' p'tend. ,.
--- Belle Brown.
you.
,
\ 1uo Newhbor3 and Vrfen $ Author unknown A group! of Carol singers met '
c I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.

L. B. A handsome, tmeful gifts Rem. i W. Home, Sunday evening, and 'J &; ''Ii
ington Portable Typewriters.. Seethe i. enjoyed a delightful musical hour ; i
Service beautiful new gray-toned Mrs. Ann R. Guy arrived home
1 1J
model at the Bradford County Monday from Bloomington, HI. I
Telegraph. She will the .
R spend holidays with
J. H. DuPre I her son, Rev. Henry E. Guy and i I
'f I', family in St. Petersburg. ,,1

C. C. Parker Misses Margaret and Lucile I
Hall J \
are spendingthis week with
. friends In Georgia.
1
IN
GROCERIES
'R. O. Dansby yWUay Mr and Mrs. N. O. Manningand $25 \
: ; ;
x daughter, Mary Lou'and Lois,
,7, R C. \ of St. Petersburg, were weekend
," PURCHASED AT YOUR ;
"n G. B. Williams guests of Mr. Manning' sister FAVORITE STORE j

.. and brother-in-law( Mr. and Mrs.
.."..'....{' 1b. ,;- tt.H'.GB T J. Perry This offer good only until January 1. '':
,, ,'. \ Dr. George W Beckwith, of
', DONT WAIT! her the
: Give Christmas Gift !
.
...b.f ';r" ,".' .. Park of the Palms, gave an Inspiring .
her heart desires
; A GAS
<, address at the Youth for -- RANGE! .:
Christ, meeting Saturday even- :


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'ilL' CHARLEY. JOHNS AGENCY children Mr. Leila Starke.Mae were Carter visitingher and I I Two Doors From Railroad Starke Track On Call Street '

parents Mr. and :Mrs: Bob Fla.
Brown Saturday
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Iftl Governor-Elect Warren Invites All To Enjoy I Political Plums Have Become Much Juicier recently.J.. O. Turner. bakery proprietor I
to Gala Inaugural Events On January 4th 1 Iln Caldwell Administration, Writer Says has purchased the Juanita Cafe You, ar. re, January 24th 1D4U! In the above '"
from Arthur Williams. Mr. Wll U. 1948. .
Court ,'''' ..
namtl and wherein .
"Everybody In Florida Is personally : Inaugural Balls it Is not necessary i Plums In Florida's political will get S6.50O annually Instead llama will devote his entire time Itlrtlntlff. AeekM. dlv."uuusa.'.... HrudfotdCounty (OFFICIAL. .SEAL) A. J Thr.", ... I.. \,"o,,
invited to the Inauguration I that you be able to danre I pantry are a whole lot Juicier of the $::5.000'the job paid when to his hotel: bu lneaa. Sam Rosenberg Unlor In TelpHrruph next' .four nhull weekly piil.lli.li. IHHUUH.. thin IIy Hav..n. \Cro"by CI..rk, D,Of C. ....Id '''" h ," '\
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on January 4th and to the four You can just come and look If today than they were when Gov. Caldwell took office. The assistant : of the Cash Department WitnnxH inv hand and official lealnt T. Frallk '.nndrun" 10"1.,., .
Blr.kAor.
Inaugural Balls," Governor-elect :' like." I Millard F. Caldwell doled out secretary also will draw $1,200a Store announces an "Econom; Starke, Florida, this December Alty" tor I'lt. ? 41 \- I \
you
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1 Fuller Warren saId In, a statement "The next administration is his patronage four years ago. The year more than in 19..... He now Sale," and Stump's Department (15 OFFICIAL, 1948. BRAD A. J. Thomas .'n... (.,.......U. ('...ur...-., H...",,,.,, ('''.11'",, I .nd''b ,
released in a receives 1800. ( ".r,. Co
Issued to the press this going to be administered for the I new figures were Store declares "A Sale of Tower AH Clerk ot nuld Court Huth ileler II'or..
,
United Press story last week by 1 1i e ." lly Haven Croxhy U. C. Hodecker. Plaintiff y. I I .
Magnitude. Nlchnlnn "I
week. benefit of all the and all ., Edward: Rmlecker 'I !!
1 people John J nder"on. Km] St. AUIl- ii. h
who wrote The State lintel Commlwloncr fendant. Case 'h.
Land trt'et No.
i Barbara 7040 "
";:':0 formal Invitations will be the people will bo welcome at all i i'i And in the classified section, uxtlno, Florida' Order or P"h".n ., II, .". "'r _
as follows: will draw $6,000. up from 1200. I I AttyM. for I'lf 12-21: 4t 1-14 %nd !% ll,, "lid
,
,
Mra. F. A. Scott advertises To In
sent. Everybody will be welcome. the activities of the Inauguration as Appear I" .
No formal clothes will be required. which include the Inaugural' Gov.-Elect Fuller Warren can The highway patrol director was lost a brooch set with pearls. I In Clrrult (........ llradfurd Count?, Nicholas R TAT F.Kdwarcl OF FI-.ORIDA I In >I It
1 You will be welcome In work Balls" GovprnorelectVarren ad- thank Caldwrll for a lot of the raised to $7.500 from $4.600. A pleasing party was tendered 1'aullna frlorlilni l In.evereti C'aancrri'.Mnvuire.. plaintiff, r slden.and' afldress Rodecker.. in; whl.121-/1">., \ .: '.' ,
I
director'sjob ,
Welfare
The State 157th I.
clothes, morning clothes evenIng ed. j high-salaried jobs he U tossing band to la worth $7.500 up $1,500 Mr. George A. Collins at his home VM. 1-Touffhton.. Nu 7040.U. /8avaKV: .Defendant.C You. Street.are required Jamulea to 5. aunea'r N. Y.: 11.W,
boarded his
who
clothes, or just any kind of It Is expected that Bradford the men .,. from its 1944 level and the head on Saturday night last in event Order or. I'uhll.-utlo. And :NollreTo January 24th. J949. In thi abovP \ I 8t
I rld named Court
for the
clothes that clothe the Govern wagon victory of his Appear .and cause wherein'
County will be well represented i birthday. Some friends plaintiff seeks'dlvorce
of the Motor Vehicle Commission .
and
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STATE OF U O II I D A to: r.'tor"
or-elect continued. "To attend In the festivities at Tallahassee Warren's appointments to key ,will get $7,500 Instead of $4,500 { present were Mr. and Mrs. C. Flruuwhton U. MavHKv, whoxe reel- tlon, of maiden name.. '.. .
ISTUART'S I on January 4 and for the benefit jobs will have an annual cash val There have been other smallerincreases Young, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch, dunce and addreHM. luMt, Known In. Order County in Telpuraph next. four shall weekly puluKh Nsiea this
6311 Frlnk :Street.: Cayue" "South Carolina
of thorn who plan to attend the ue of about $110.200. as compared in Jobs like attorney and Miss Carrie I/glow, Mr. and Mrs.G. : WltneMH. mv hand and official. smil '
with the $82,600 the same positions M. Theodore You to at S'ltrk.. Florida., thl. Oeoemb,
I following order of events Is published auditor for the aeveral departments Inman Young, are required appear. on 22. IH4JI.OFFICIAL. 'I
January 24th, UU, In Ui uliovenamed ,
in 1011. and .
K. A.
were paid Green.Mra.
: ( I
counted SMAL1
but these are not Court and cauxa wherein A..t. Thomns
Inaugural program, Tue8daJan. )/. 'I In addition, aeveral new posts among the top spoils of office. Epperson entertained her plulntlff .eeekM divorce. Bradford Ry Haven'AII Clerk of. said Cotlrt.
have been created the I Sunday School class, called "The County Telegraph Khali publlxli this Crosby.: insf
4: < during The best-paying jobs established Order In next fuiir weekly Indued. r rk.. Florh'A.1
10 a.m.-Official Military Escort Caldwell administration which offer during the Caldwell regime Cheerful Helpers." last week. Wllnell.. inv hand and official .aaal I AUy... tur I'lt. 12.j/f/ 4t 1-14

!leaves Capitol to accompany. good pay as utate.. jobs go. r are director of the State AdvertisIng 'Guests of the class were Hazel at.'Starke 1948.orVIClAU. Florida, thin DecemberM. In ('Ir..ul' {"..aw.-. lI.ad'.d ('' ,.,I
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Governor Mlllard F. Caldwell and I Commission, $7,500; Improve i Middleton Harriet Ritch, Comer ( SKAL' ,) A. J. Thomas ..I..r..... 'n c.'........,.. ,
Governor-elect Fuller Warren When C'aldwHI took office there ment Director, $7,000; Budget DIrector I Long, Sam Sternberg and Eugene lly Haven Aa Cronby Clerk' D.of C. laid Court Ola "Sullivan "Smith Plaintiff' v* I

Warren and families to Capitol. I were three "little cabinet" posltlons $6,600; Coordinator of Matthews. John J. Heiirteraon, K.t|., St. Aug- I .

11 a.m.--Governor and Mrs. ,' paying more than average State Institutions, $6,180 and at- I Personals: .UHtlne ittyv., for Florida I'lf. U-24 4t 1-U ,
Caldwell and Governor-elect Warren white-collar salaries. torneyshlpa of the State Board of Col. A. Z. Adklns is having his ; 'o.Dt.1 W.C.T.U.
accompanied by their families These were the chairmanships Administration and trustees of residence enlarged and remodeled. In Circuit (t'oart'lrn.or.. ( I
and Escort, arrive at Capitol ;i of the Road Department and the the Internal Improvement Fund. J Dr. W, E. Middleton was called Florida, 1 In>. TomllnHon fcaiii'rrjr.Samuel I'lalntlff. vHattle ... I CHRISTMAS

i Industrial Commission and the ; Warren is expected to drop the to Atkinson, Ga., last week on fu.... No.M 7(M1.Tomllnvun Defendant FOB UNTO US -A CHILD 1048. IS 1 each of jourfrienJi j
,directorship of the Beverage Department special attorney posts and revert account of the death of his bro Order or P..II..flu. And NoticeTo BORN UNTO US
EXCELLENT all drawing $6,000 a to the practice of using the state ther, B. O. Middleton. Apprar A SON IS I
STATE OF 'LOR r DA to: GIVKN AND THE
GOVERN. A neighbors.
DUCK HUNTING year. Caldwell prodded the legls- attorney general as legal repre- Sheriff and Mra. W. J. Epper Hattle M. Tornllnaon. whose rentdence MENT SHALL BE
] I| lature to up these to $8.000. senatlve for these agencies. son. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and addremt laiit known In. UPON HIS ,
SHOULDER
Dovlne Street. ColunbllS.C. : : AND HIS
1234 NAME
i| Under the present administra- A break between present cllef; and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. you are required to appear on SHALL. BE CALLED
WONDER
J\O.\T BLINDS :' lion $3,000 a year Jobs have become legal officer J. Tom Watson and A. W. Anderson and son, A. W. January 84th. JIIU, In the above
named Court ami cau.e wh..r.lnpl..lntlft FUL V 0 U N S ELL 0 R. THE
and 81Bladl.'s lower bracket salaries. ,the cabinet led to employment of Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of eeeka divorce. Hrndforil MIGHTY
I Biggest paying appointive job outside attorneys but Warren Is Archer, were guests on Thanksgiving 'ounty Telegraph shall publish this GOD THE EVERLASTING City Baric j
; Order In next four weekly MullenWltneBH FATHER THE PRINCE OF
.
now Is the $8,500 a year post of expected to get along with quiet, day of Mr.. and Mrs. George my hand and official. .Renlnt PEACE. ISAIAH
CYCLE SHOP THEANGLER'S I director of the Game and Fresh easy going Richard W. Ervln, A. Anderson, of Lawtey. Starke, Florida thin DecemberoFFlCIAli ( 0:6) S.E.!

Water Fish Commission over Jr., who succeds Watson Jan. 4. Signs of the times-the City 2( 1948. SRAL.) A. J. ThomuHAa .

Tempi. Ate. i: 10th SUStitrke CAMP which the governor has no direct Warren's job also is a little Council on Tuesday voted that all Cleik of itald Court. .)- .
Floridu power. But he names the members more attractive financially than It houses on Call Street be ordered iy. Haven Cronby, D. C. --- ----------
.I John J. Hen Highway 21. 5 nil. S. of Metros* of the commission who hire was when Caldwell assumed the to connect with the sewer within Florida, t
the director. 00 days. AttyB. for Plf. 12-24 4t 114n ma
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Warren's executive secretary 12000. (.Irrult (....ar.. 1'.II.If..rol foinitr, _.
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Morltlal
t- --------.f Santa Pictured Hroadtm H. Carter Plaintiff.' v... ,

; ', l PAGES FROM OUR PAST Thomas Nast Alice Nn Alexander. 7042. t'nrter, Defendant.Case ...

By |I Order. Of Publlpatlon. "%nd >..tlreTo ..w"", '// .",

; 1 50 YEARS AGO to paint the church building. Thomas Nut, the famous cartoonist : STATE OF Appran fc'UORIDA to:
May your every with be gratifiedrand Messrs. Truby & Davis at their who created our conception Alice Alexander Carter. who e re,,- TO OUR
: (From the Dec. 9 1802, Isaue of dence last known IB Tunstall. Virginia FRIENDS
may you enjoy a Christmas The Bradford County Telegraph), own expense, are doing .a great of Uncle Sam the Republican elephant :
, good to the county by advertisIng and the Democratic donkey You are required to appear on
f 1 time happiness.OLIDAY With city elections coming up our resources by circulars is also credited with giving America January. 24th. II49! In the above
1i I on December 17, the Starke pollt- pamphlets, etc. It Is to be hoped Us first modern plctoaiallzation plaintiff named Court KeekH and dlvorre.' cause Urailforil wherein The GUIDON CD 11
icos are getting their bids In on that these gentlemen find I of Santa Clauf. County Telegrraph Hhall pul. >llHh Ihh.Or..r .
may .. .
In next four weekly IKSUC
time. Walter Wills'is one of the their I Nast first sketched his -----
GREETINGS expenditure like 'bread upon notion of Wltnefii* mv hand and official neal ---
] J new ones on the city clerk list. the waters.' Santa Claus In 1373. This Santa was Bt Starke, Florida' this December ---------
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Hans Austin and Richard 22
Harney
a rollicking, chubby old man smoking
Sugar boilings are about over (OFFICIAL SEAt.) A. J. Thomas
' have announced for town marshal. and A Clerk of said
\' this a pipe dressed In what Court.
for The folks
I T. W. Sweat season yourr: nv Haven Cronhy D. C.
him
announces looked Ilks a night shirt with fur .
throughly enjoyed them. John J. Henderson, Exq., St. Augrunt

' self a candidate for re-election as collar and cuffs. Since that day he Ine, Florida' ,
J city tax assessor while his friends Miss Kitty Strong, while in has grown taller and rounder, has I Attys. for Plf. 13-24 4t 114In mer

announce him for mayor And J. Tampa last week had the misfortune developed a full white beard and Clrrnlt Cnnrt, Bradford County,

li Hi I T. SHULL Plumbing & Heating W. Morgan asks for re-election" watch. to lose her fine gold mustache and has acquired the traditional PlnrlUat' In Takoc.Chnnrerrt.adlxlav Plaintiff- vs. Mary riDAR'BY

as city treasurer. red suit bordered In ermine. Takao, Drfenilnnt. Cane, No. 7045,
Says editor I. C. Webb "It is .
.
--
, I The Bradford CountyTeachers' Order Of Pnbllrntlnn. And Not Ice

k'f I .... _._ ___ _,_ _ _____ week.Institute On will the hold a meeting Miss next are best talking.to keep"still when the women In Florida Circuit! In('ChmH-rrr....... Bradford Coaatr. Mary STATE Takac Ti OF whose Appear.FLORIDA residence. and to-

program are Harry flayen Haywood. Jr Plaintiff address Is: Stara Lubovna, C, 14,
Ellen Davis, Miss Loca Sweat, 26 YEARS AGO vs. "Shirley Koir Haywood. Defend- CsThoslovakla:
f Miss Delia Crews, R. T.' ant. (Can Nt>. 7029. You are required to appear on BROTHER
At this busy time of the year, we want just Dowllng. Order Of Pii Silent Ion And :Notice. January 24th 1949. In the above
D. B. Knight Eugene Knight, and (From the Dec. 8, 1922 Issue of Tn Appear named Court and cause wherein
I two words with you- Leon Peek. The Bradford County Telegraph). STATE OF KL.OK1DA. to: plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ,..- -,- .. -.... -------

The citizens The strawberry season is gaining --- -... -... -..... .......... _- _.. ---- _u_ __ _
'fiq a letter Invite of the Tallahassee people of ,the in some headway. Hampton's first --. W"1Q t i"Q -- .... C 'tot CI'Ole' \""

< ,. S I state to be present on the 3rd quart of ripe berries sold on the
local market for $50.45.
of The
January at the inaugural pf
1' I Governor H. L. money was donated to the local .
: Mitchell. In the Santa
! meanwhile, the Telegraph advises school extension. Mrs. Leaton Morgan Says:

t II e \ 9., Bradfordites to watch their silver ,* from near Temple's Mill
) brought strawberries into Starke
"'' j 'dollars. "Hundreds of counterfeit


-i(*, )1 .'.. Union.silver Jacksonville dollars" are says In circulation the Times-In GIVE REASON'eyourself' SEASON a Christmas B If You're Looking For A GOOD(; USED CAR .-.


f Local affairs: present -the gift Of opportunity.
1 'I Our Florida weather is excel Holiday time is a good time, to
: lent. It cannot be Improved upon. get set for the future in a real &

, .: Fireworks at Walter Wills' career with the new U. S. Army Dowling Wainwrigll
The ladles of the Episcopal and ,U. S. Air Force. Active life.

: Church will give a Christmas supper Exciting work. Investigate now.

C H' DRIGGERS J) on Mpnday night after Christ Call at Post Office Bldg., Starke, I
mas. The proceeds will be used Fla. each Monday from 9 a.m.
and until 12 noon. Technical training. They Have Them On The Lot For Your Inspect
FURNITURE COMPANY are joined by Cabinet Officers Free retirement plan. Security
I and Justices of Supreme for the future. I
Court of Florida, the entire party'proceeding
: (Adv.)
to Inaugural plat

:I form.Ceremonies at Capitol: C-A-R-S 1941 Ford Business Con

It Invocation-Rev. Homer Ltndsey. -


:If\: \ ,Address.Caldwell.by Governor MlllardF 1949 Mercury Fordor : 1940 Chevrolet Fordot


12 noon: Administration of
i! Oath of Office to Governor-elect 1940 Ford Convertible
1948 Ford Club
: Warren by Hon. Elwyn Thomas, Coupe
Chief Justice of State Supreme
It I !' Court 1939 Chevrolet Tudor!

I : Prayer.,-Rev. E. D. Solomon. I 1948 Ford Tudor
Delivery of Great Seal of State


tf.j. to Delivery Governor of State.of Caldwell Great Seal by by Secretary Governor I 1947 Ford Club Coupe 1939 Plymouth Fordor!



; ; ren.Song Caldwell to Governor War 1947 Ford Tudor 1936 Chevrolet Coupe

I : "Way Down Upon the I
I itI;1I Buwannee River" led by Tom
I Winston.
1935 Ford Coune
I I. Warren.Inaugural Address by Governor 1946 Ford Tudor .

!
YOU CAN'T GO WRONG Benediction' by Father J. P.
1930 Model A FordorTRUCKS
O'Mahoney. 1942 Chevrolet Tudor
': .
I: Song: "Star Spangled Banner"led
.. WITH A BKAl'TIFTL.: 1M>.\; OFWhitman's
by Princess Wan Nese Red

, Rock. 1941 Ford Fordor
12:43: to 2:43: : p.m.-Barbecue.
I or Hollingsworth'sFINE 3 I p.m.-Parade with floats
from all Florida counties.

. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.7Reception::: 1941 Ford Tudor
at Capitol. 1946 Chevrolet Pickup1941DoagePickup1rI .t
CHOCOLATES 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.-Four Inaugural

I The Balls.Governor's Mansion will Sam Rosenberg Three 1941 I Chevrolet Tudors

& Son I D
be for visitors all
open day.
A Gift That Everyone Would I
1941
Ford Business
Appreciate And Enjoy! .1 r Coupe 1942 International .ton


A I 1941 I Chevrolet Business

Coupe
1 1941 I Chevrolet 1 .tOD
We have them in one, two, three,
1 h, Two 1941 Plymouth Fordors

I ,\., and five pound boxes all in various 1938 Ford 1-ton Panel


,'', selections Some with nuts,
':Ait.

!. fruits, soft creams, etc.


I'; J for Seoson of Genuine Happiness Dowling & WainwrighPHo.NE




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Some Safety Rules Christmas Music \, rA-
-t\ HandelFor
For Holiday SeasonIt By Bach, 1

a great many people the music '
only takes a small amount of : of Bach and Handel make dim- 'M2a-
carelessness: to turn the joyful cult listening until Christmascomes .
4e Christmas holiday into a tragic : around. Then, suddenly everybody
event. The Christmas tree is the starts singing and humming Mothers, who are the omclal cooks
L a time-according to danger spot. There are a few tunes by the two old masters. of the family, will reap added praise
upon legend-a poorI simple safe precautions that will assure The reason for this Is that both this holiday season If they plan *
1 mountain a and
merry ChrIstmas for every
pineJin Bach and Handel were church: mu sped: *! Christmas menu
wife was gathering Never burn real candles While.something .
on your I sicians. One of their tasks was to meal on Christmas day.
be- tree ,
forest. It was just expected for
the Is
"
special":
for church congregations
her husband wasV Don't risk usIng frayed cords compose songs : of attention will
Christmas broken and to sing. They proved them dinner a minimum
there was no money In the Avoid plugs selves masters of beautiful easily make the other two meal a pleasant
I for! food So she gathered the bulbs placing powerful lamp followed melodies In their Christmas surprise.
I and sold them to the villagers near fancy ornaments, synthetic -- ----9 music. Our most famous Christmas Here is a menu for the day which:
materials,
Lndllng' -obtaining enough for Don't go away paper and or leave cotton. 'TI, lUTE oratories and carols: came from will prove. popular.
your Bach and Handel. BREAKFAST
lys' necessities. tree lighted
_
I morning while she was look- Be very careful when smoking Alt, dearest Jesus, Holy Child "How Brightly Beams the Morn- Orange Juice Cakes Waffle
t such cones a little imp around Christmas package r- Ing Star" was composed by Bach Grilled Sausage
r wrap. .. -.d 4 Milk
I .
P- Oratorio" con. Coffee Honey
Id out of a huge flr tree.1e ping material. and his "Christmas
,
d
here are the biggest. Secure the tree by wires to the t.$ Make Thee a Led, soft, unJefilcdV tains the themes of several other CHRISTMAS DINNER Cocktail
wall so that popular chorales.In Clam and Tomato Juice
1 cones of all! Take these. tiny tots will not be
.eked, Jumping up and down able to bump or pull it over. almost every town and villagein Roast Turkey. Giblet GravyCelery ,
idly' Place your tree so that, standing \ tlim; my heart, that It may LoA America: this Christmas a church Dressing
Lcnly there was such a show. or fallen It cannot block a doorway choir will render at least a portionof Mashed Potatoes I
which might be needed Frederick Handel's the Buttered Green Beans
to George
Tccnes that: the poor woman was, from the room. escape quiet chamber kept for Thee. i' 'Messiah.." When carolers sing Calavo and Grapefruit Salad
Wd. She tried to run away
until the little If you go in for elaborate decora. '. "Joy to the World" they'll be singIng Assorted Relishes
VJd not move tlons, better make "Messiah" too for Cranberry Sauce Hot RollsFruit
of the
sure they're : part
aU
lad filled her basket. And. havf.rted made of ; heart for Jotli leap i.t' foundin Cake Pie
home, the basket grew incombustible material. My very joy that carol: comes: from themes Milk
Flameproofed Handel also Coffee I
oratorio.
heavIer-she wished materials can be purchased the great _
|tr and disappeared he : at many stores. Insist on t' composed: the musical theme of SUPPER j 10..,
tl: hadn't her. them. My lipj no more can silence keep, "While Shepherds Watched Their Nutbread Sandwiches I
t have helped Flocks." Mixed Vegetable Salad |

Ln she /finally reached her hut. Silent NightThe __ It Is a strange fact but both Bach Fruit Gelatin Dessert ,
Llled the Inside.children Emptying to help car-:the famous Christmas hymn, "SI- 1- 1 too must sins. with joyful tongue JT and Handel were born In 1683 lived Tea Milk '
P basket lent night, holy nigh;," was writ for many years within thirty miles It'a a good idea too. to crowd a
found that'every cone:
-t, they ten In Obendorf, one of Austria's of each other, and never met. Yet small cutting: board with assorted
rride of jolid silver. loveliest villages, on Christmas Eve, That sweetest ancient cradle song today the Christmas music they cheeses and cracker: Place: it In
tmemoratmg these legendary 1818. by the local clergyman, who wrote Is sung by men, women and, I the living room for those who may
i cones gilded pine cones: are took the words to the home of the I children In countless churches of I not be able to eat candy: or who
|Jn 1 modern stores burn ,and to decorate crackle village organist the same night, Glory to God In lujliest Heaven, many faiths all over the world : don't care: for nut. J>
rirnes--to where they were Immediately set ,
1 :ji our Christmas Ores.Compliments to the well-known tune. ,
\V lio unto man Hlj son hath given. j Much Family Fun You
to
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Cannon Fire H it"I : In Games"Make
vVliilc/ ; angels sing wltlt; pious mirth, Group and YOU
L Lr
Christmas in RomeA I ; It a real family Christmas
this by having Santa pack a
year
cannon: fired from the historic A glad New Year to all tIle eartlt. '1_ few hobby supplies or games Into ANDYO19rtg !
Castle of San Angelo at sunset on his pack that the whole family can
Christmas Eve proclaims the beginning enjoy together." This suggestion

of the Holy Season In Rome. '_ _S __________________' -T-_,_ 1- __ __ comes from E. H. Regnler a recreation -
By nine o'clock everyone is in : specialist: at the University ol
church to witness the colorful and A. a. ,, ,. Illinois.
solemn processions of ecclesiastic : iy There are many hobbles that can
dignitaries which precede the elaborate help build companionship between

midnight Mass. -I -t a parents and children.: Mothers and
Since everyone has fasted for .- daughters like jewelry construction:
twenty-four hours, festive banquetsare r i4zir and tapestry weaving. Dad and
in order after the religious Junior go In for model-making
solemnities It Is a gala after-mid planes boats, trains and other .
night In Rome: hotels and restaurants items of special interest to the male
remain open, families and population.
friends gather around sumptuous Everyone enjoys operating: a
tables In gaily decorated homes; ( printing press Small presses turn
and In anticipation of the festivities, out newspapers that have a real
many people attend church dressedin professional look. Shellcraft: and
formal attire. woodburning are hobbles that produce -
Between Christmas and Epiphany genuinely useful article: For We don't want to pass up
the Calabrlan shepherds-Pifferanl family fun. rubber-tipped darts. Indoor the opportunity of extendIng
-revisIt the homes where they were -
>> plastic: horseshoe and marble wishes to each
of the- season,. most cordially: welcomed during games are excellent. our best I

and Advent when they came down from "Christmas 1* a time of "togeth of you. May this be a most
to you, you, the hills to play their Italian bagpipes erness," says Regnler. "Let's capitalize Joyous Christmas for alL
before the shrines of the VIr. the situation starting
by
and on
you The Pifferani play for their KIDD'SService
gin. a game or hobby that will encourage -
[Temple & Lake Advent hosts during the postChristmas the same type of companionship Station
holidays and receive gifts of the year around" .
!fl srrsrJr SS -3es S SWS Jo
Service Station wine, dried figs and small sums
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+ k 4WJ&23&W, < of the season, we wish to include .:
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'II i1 : our thanks for the splendid

1 !IIos ; lion and patronage given us In cooperajJ
is our holiday wish that this Christ- IIqIt 1, .

will be the "happiest ever" and '

the New Year will unfold! .1 ':.:::::"':' :,,?!:: ::,::::')"":':" ::';: W-'i.:::: :::'" ;::0id"<;1.'Y:: .::i::" .
bright fu
a

VOl future for you.GR.EEN'S, .. 'p I fijWitJ"ftAlklW 1 } {g. 0 IN ',..' %.;::.. "' ..n.II' ..



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l Christmas :::::::':;:; ::"'::"::::"::'"::"';/: :::V:;:v\\t A been our pleasure I to serve these J" :&;; ::$::&?: ''

'I" ''W A i' past years. We are grateful for these /f;' i :&
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1"W: : ..... Season. *-... JdJ" ..". """ '?/' .

(Pk''# IptJH1I As we express our compliments I i'{.:.;'.:.....:.*..'.Wrf::::: ; > you a Joyous "{":<"" :..;. ....:q v. ,....:,(;: ';.?" :

11W,pI 1 nu I t friends,of we the are Season mindful to of our the |L%":"v%fFi: v\tjy"1f. f/: 1-1i i I I irf $'q'. i''I'I A'Ez:

I I 1 I cordiality of CHRISTMAS that ..,.:.;:: .::.:t .,...,..,i'. ." Jl.,r--.7 ,...,.,,,,...;-: ;':/{ ';w..{ i:-,: ; :
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Ill results in a feeling of ::: ...+..V..IWJf.: : :;1I (:'{ Ii. : -Ih::(:: %
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?f4* "' ::1 m} ::4 1-: ..,;- I.enornMlnnl.k. Mary Minn''' k- In iiiii'"i title" him/ been., brought In In Fin.flreMlt.....) In ((Coon Cnnnrerj-Bradford former,
In the (Irrnlt Coat forHradforU In ami for Bradford ,
the I nun r-ourt apei .
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......,. .. Mlnnltk and Virginia :\ n"nahlVablln. Plaintiff vn.
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.J f"'i' ,' h. I ( Klorlilai ( nrtTT. ..1I".j I County, Florida. airulnct/ you
Defendant
I u, .11 I Number 7018. the addrc-i-HeH .f all of whnm <..lalmln. Virginia MeOe: Wuhllu
all persona .
and .main-it I
"J1I Malntlff .x 'a. No. TV 17.Order
th. ,
>, P. L. Thompson Jr.. Plaintiff, "..n"" unknown. to has be-n ;" any UitrlKht./ till' or lntoret. .rlf u( HnbllriMlon mail Moll.-e t..
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11t'11 Plaintiff ..
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< "I"' I hat the .. 'thi r ll wlni le''' ..,
clalmlnir estate I lien >n
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All any
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: 7I )4 i persona and being 'intnrrned' Bona, heot It'b: r \9Vrnr." Slate Florida tol
med nltuate In Bradford
: I j ..:. rlKht title or lnterent In, or Item copy at this, \ lee bed real property Virginia MoClee: Vvahlln. whose residence
the real property herein deaI Iteve lthni.l A ... Count. Florida. towltThe. : .
upon h' l above named p..rll.' !I. unknown:
t1: .1' J ;; I.. .rrrlbed.. .or' any part thereof, I'e- lIt In rare of Mr, James' :\llnnh-k. 142I \.t IWBiity-flve.. fZS) Acre* ., You are required to appear on PUT THIS DOWNIN
; fendantn.THe will lI'hr n tJuurtrrNurlh e of the ,
\ 1 South Union Akron 4. OhJij of the r n r January 10th 194'! In the abovenamed
r I : \ of Klorl.ln, Inc All ,
stole Northeast VJuar
pert1 <.r forwarded the half of the r 4 Com and cause, wherein
dellxored/ x
'I I f ,. clalmlnir any eMate. rlKht be named parties ter of Heitlon! T iiiy-four (84) F y plaintiff cooks .lIvor.... Tlrndford
11 tl 4i9}. ,'ijjl I!: xetleaor Interent In. or lien upon the I above TownKhlp 8 t SnuthBunge. 22 K"1 shall hhl YOUR LITTLE
... You arenulled County Telegraph publl BOOKALVAREZ
l.reetlnaal
If.; I real. property herein "l criheil, or l) frnilnH/ < proceedingTiWi and you ..r.' h,'rv-by required to rite n'M.' ,b tp Order In next tour weekly
.1rt.fp '\ + :l any part thereof; .%nd almi lui hereby' n that a with the "'I..rk ..f. said' Court your a t ( .
.1rt. ..!f t.\1i (;,._ written app'-arikiu, ... (periionallv. or I.'n"R 11 mv hand and offli-lal veal I
by attoin->'.; 'in said l l prucejillnnuon At Stnrk Florida thin December
] 'the tenth day ur January -
I .r lHf.r. 7. tl'!
:r: (: IIH'I! and t thereafter. 'to Mo (O'FFICI.XT 8F. \I.) A. J Thomas
I with Kali! f'l..rk your written .1efeneee ; A* Clerk of sold Court
; t' V J I the Bill uf foin"
tlf .
; If any .
Haven r> C.
By Crosby
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1 t."& .hr';'' ,A plaint nt the tlme, pre crlbe I' Law: : therein m-ttlnw I up the entail. for Plf 12-10 ft 12-31
: right or Interest, I". or lien upon ,1 Attyrf.

t. I .%i.xk .I V'! 1 1d I;;;::: the l.y above you described Herein full property not or claimed Ju.linent *-- In Florida Circuit I: : In Court.Chancery.Ido Bradford,. County
i'[ agalnut you
xk' fII'I: : ; *, IT IS A : by\\ltncMH default will, my b i hand entered and coal of *ald M. Kosatl 0 '024 Curionf.Cunonl.* Plaintiff Defendant.v*, Glulla Case ro roc; oaR ,e /

..1:1!: : : :: 5 ANT day Court of at December Mark t A.Klorl.lj.thU U. IfHS. 8th ft ::6 t( Order of Publication to ApPt"ar and Notice fags /
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I (Official Neal A J. Thomas, aa } t STATE O F F Co R I 0.to:
",,1 '"Jd1 Clerk of the above styled Court. Giulla Rosati Ctirlonl. whose
; I I I4t 12-10 4t 12-31 Jtr Idence and address is: 54 Via Sal'
CUSTOM I aria. Rome. Italv:
.m Mq .j Y You are reouired to aooear on
1 In Circuit Court. Hradfonl 'County.Flnrlda
In above
t 1 Januarv 17th. 1949. the
I 1',tt In 1'beerrry. named Court and cause wherein
'\. 4 I ,.r Josephine Coffey :Miller Plaintiff, plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradford STORE
.11"1)f\ ) ..;1 w The traditional practice of VN Jlarvey No. 7002"'. Miller: Defendant.Cane : County Telearaoh shall Dubli h
I t his Order in next four weeklylaeues
:!\\I 'Ii.tl. Order. U( Fubllrollnn .%.. '" Season's Greetings Appear. Witness' hand and official Established 1891
'l extending mv
jt"", : I y 8r'TK: nt' .'LOltl... \ to, seal nt l btarke.: Florida this Dec.
/ V Harvev 10'1I1I..r.: who i re ldeno CHRISTMAS PROJECT The little girls began 1&. but U was too 14. 1948 .
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for 1918 K- Tremont
: is a pleasant one us. and address In: (OFFICIAL SEAL A..J. Thomas
"1"t i ; .- J, Avenue, care Olive, Bronx, New much for them so they called In the "menfolk." Just one of the As! Clerk of Raid Court.
:r1 1" \ ..l look forward to York: thousands of groups of children: "who, celebrate the birth of the Princeof Bv Haven Crosbv. DC.
l IJ ; / Each year we You are required to appear on T. Frank Landrum. Stark. Fla,
1. R j. < ..... b January 3, 1949. In the above named Peace In a country dedicated to peace and religious freedom. Attvs. for Plf. 12-17 4t 1-7
kl I .i. Court! and pause/ wherein plaintiff _
t"r""" .41 k r ;'I mr- $.;::1 ,Christmas because it offers .....kll divorce A r"Ht<>ration of In. Clrrult Court. Bradford County.
} i. maiden. name. Bradford County Florida
I ;;! t'' t at4A a"IjpillirSn.7r ; : In Chancery.
: \ .;,.J ""/I.ch"a; :: splendid opportunity Telegraph hall publish. this OrderIn John H. Hall. Plaintiff vs. Sarah
'fI next four weekly 'lH uen.
... Bell Hall. Defendant. Case No.
.!f.f."I.: f ii .1.\.0-.. I Witness my hand and official oeal 7O20
", '+ i. 'to express our sincere ap- at Starke. Florida, thin December Order of Publication and Notice
; '; G' 1.1948.IOF.'ICIAr.. SEAL A. J Thomas. STATE OF to FDE<'0IR IDA to: in

i, i' I' .\if;. u" Jr '.,', f nreciation to each of you. i ii Tfy haven. Proeby An Clerk, ,D.Starkx of C*. said, Florida Court. and Sarah address Bell Hall Is unknown whose :residence Appreciation)
I.anilrum
t't'' ; T. Frank You are reauired to anoear on
Attyii for Plf. 12-3 4t 12-24 January 17th. 1949. in the above
'1 Court and cause wherein

+ JCANOVA I A haiidHomo tuwful flit: HemInirton name Pountv TeleeraDh seeks divorce.shall Bradford oublish

I" \\'Iq PHARMACY Portable pwrlterM... &r. this Order in next four weekly

> J the beautiful! new gray-toni-d ""witness hand and off'''lal
",. \. mmlcN at the Bradford County seal at Starke. Florida this Dec.
,1,4t: 1 r .i i Telegraph.AL I 14. 1948 at stim
/ !;' IlI FILIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas christflJ
As Clerk of paid Court.
> } l IJ: r, ca Dv !Haven H. C Duncan.osbv. D.Jacksonville.C.Robert \

.,,'.1 \ ', \ 2'. n MANY 1 unusual and picturesque their recent introduction. In the Florida
ti' tsar 12-17 1-7
'f\"J u" have been told: about the beginning of the last century the Attvs. ( Plf._ 4t .
if ei.i f
:' ::1.' : ;;, modern usage of Christmas flowers. pOinsettia was introduced by J. R.Poinsett. In rlrriilt Court llrinlforil fountrFlorhlni ,)
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I Although they are legendary the an American politician and 1'. Alexander In ('hnacery.Ouy rinlntlff vro. ';
IT HUS BIEn ?
I), IIi-; /." : II carefully spun bits of folklore pro- diplomat.For I Mary ,Alexander, Defendant Case r(}!" :;
j ( vide colorful No 6198 :
a background for present years evergreens have flourished .
l. Order Of Publ"lent.Ion tnil :>..tlee1o p'I',! ,
day flower decorations which t in homes at Christmastide to Appear !!: :i''....
are used during the Christmas sea create a woodsy outdoor atmos !MTtTFl' OK ." ....111)% tot Arrival of the Christmas'
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K'i iZ son. phere. In the aged line hang the Mary Alexander whose renldeni-e l Ic: \.... ... .
1 ttIlt V up 338 :Market !Street: Patterson, N. J.: "
.f;: Holly, with Its red berries dark holly the box and the bay" It Is You are required to appear on Season reminds u*';of our
; ) l P green leaves and needle-like spikesIs significant to note that two of the January. 3, 19.9.! In the nl>n\e named i ',;I'i'':i'
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'.Z : jl 0 \OUR PllUSURI_ a light-hearted symbol of friendship plants mentioned box and bay are :Court seeks. and divorce cause Ilmilford therein plaintiff Cnnntv obligations to th* fine
,i 0' d and good will when December mentioned in Holy Scriptures ss Telegraph chap pnMIth this Ord'rIn
PI next, four weekly lunue people of this community..
r ';.: QJI.fP. arrives. According to legend though thriving on the mountains of Lebanon Witness my hand and official c.al ''i
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1.,0 d holly originally was used as an instrument in the Holy Land. at Starke, Florida. .November; !t;'jiir, i> ;'!!!.1
: '.'if1 ,"-, of cruelty. The of 28 11)41 th..cel-::
crown Because of its symmetrical leaves We appreciate ;
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OFFICIAL !SR\T-' > A. T Thomas
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L I thorns which Christ !i'" ,' '...f
: t wore was fash- bay has been used for design Aa Cleric! of mild Court !
] ''i' ioned from holly. Prior to the Crucifixion throughout the ages. The Greeks pv Haven Crosby, n. C. lent treatment wi; Nnavp received -
'ft William D MorKnn. Fifth Floor !
I ", the plant bore white berries used It on their coins and the Romans Clark Florida
: ;. The has been enjoyable We have considered but after the CruciAxton the berries too favored It as a beautiful Attya. for lrpt.JaCkHon\'W:3, 4t 12.24In and take tnl.. i.. .means..1
,, past year an one. -
\' i 1 l I I it pleasure and honor to be of service to our friends and turned close a bloody crimson. Mistletoe show piece. Today bay shrubbery rireml. Court. Itmdforil. Couiitr.Florida of sending our Greetings
\ !I a an you a associate of holly. Is said to graces the entrances to many AmerIcan i In f'baarery.R.
!10,1' and will .invaluable and have been the wood from whichChrist's ( homes B. Sullivan Plaintiff v*. Lon you.ju'|':!"'':: !
J?: customers. Your consideration' good are to us at yuletide. Veda, Sullivan Defendant Case No. to each of '| ;;r4'j: '

t''rI' { \; f''I, 01" we wish to take this means extending\ our thanks. $ One of cross the most was beautiful made. Cedar which furnishes greens for 7090.Order. Of Piiblli-Htlnn Andotl.>'. ''
(tfj., 'ti. woven around Christmas legends Christmas likewise existed in Le '1'" Appear. !j III IilltI! :! !: i 1 ::5
':'f : iiit- .I Added to this message is our most sincere flowers banon. The people of Lebanon re- !T\Tr HV i.onint tot
1.ou.tI" !tulllvan' whose residenceunknown' '

.;4ft'g'I I; I. \ ... .-.,.: ",.'''''. .., ..,. I"You are( required: II to appear one I
1'1'I ... .' ., Jw.! .II. .Tanuarv 1 114' In the above named
t I)} ,,,: ... }L. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
# "" seeks divorce Bradford County
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; .' ," piiblNh this Ordern '
'I i HRISTJIIAS GREETinG '"'. :, [ next four weekly. !if.nuep.WltneH .. Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry
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...,7',.>i. .,,. ". ::43--" '"L. 30( 1944.OFFICLIT.1ssE'len! / A. J. Thnman
ANDREWS .., .
MOTOR COMPANY t of mild Court.
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I' concerns the Christmas rose. Whileen garded cedar as a symbol of endurance .

( vr\ B o' route to Bethlehem the Wise Men strength life and eternity. .
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t'fip'f.t l 1 l W; crossed the path of a little shepherdess Recognized by its characteristic, J -

named Madelon. Enraptured pleasant aroma cedar also was an
t' fly at the wondrous tale about emblem of purity because its tree- ..

In; I' ,. I J I Yai the birth of Christ which theY're.lated. tops were frequently covered with \
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,, she was heartbroken becauseshe snow during a large part of the year.
i*i had no gift to offer An old-time favorite of sailors I "
ifMl While she was crying she detected who visited Mediterranean ports was
4i' a sweet-smelling aroma and looked Rosemary because of the aromatic

& ', I up. Standing next to her was an perfume the plant yielded. Familiar I C
I angel who Inquired the reason for I to most Americans as a straggling
her sadness. Madelon explained that I hedge plant. Rosemary droops in

I while she wanted to pay homage massive festoons 12 feet long in its /
I to the newly-born Babe she didn't native Italy. CHRJ4I7 I51gttr1
%f / even have a single beautiful flower Legend has it that the flowers( were 1
such as grew in the fields In the colorless until the Blessed Virgin .

summer to give Him. The angel during the flight into Egypt hung ,
SSSf' t It waved her arm and a stunning bunch the clothes of Jesus on Rosemary I
i of gorgeous snowy white Christmas bushes to dry. Thereafter, Rose-
roses acpeared mary bushes blossomed forth( with
Madelon gathered her precious their sparkling blue flowers
gift!: in her arms and hurried off to The Hawthorn bush with its white
I Bethlehem where the Wise Men had or red flowers originally was the :

gone. After the Wise \Men's offeringsof May tree of the Old World Peculiarly

? ; the humbly proferred her flowers to May. According to historians Jos.

i the tiny Infant who stretched nuta eph of Arlmathea went to Englandand

,\ r/ hand to touch the roses. His on the completion of his pilgrimage
t 9 lingers lightly brushed the Immaculate at the Abbey of Glastonbury -

petals and Immediately they he pushed his staff into the
changed to a delicate pink ground where it burst forth( leaves
d Poinsettias which bend the popularity and flowers. Since then the Hawthorn Ca
\\P \ list of Christmas flowers Iron- I bush always flowers at Christmastide. .
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rvIBER. :..--:U.=19-18 nn.\nronn corvrr TKLFGRAPH. STXKKB. FLORIDA PAOK 1C /

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Flowers Are Part In rirenlt C'...... llrndforil ("cant". .'
t'relegraphvnshnll
unto publish
Florida In t'hsneeryKathleen : ''
Harry Month, Plaintiff I vs.Shvltnn this. order In neat' four weekly
Of Yute Legends F. ,South, Defendant.: (laneNo. ; ,...u...
7011.: Witness. mv hand anti official seal!
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1 1r There are several flowers 1fe Order .>( ]*ubllpntl..n unit 1o.le to. At Ht"rk.. Florldit, thin December
: appropriate eIJ. 4.aenr. Stet. .r 'I"'a to 6. ll>43.
: during the Yuletide Shelton F. Sontti.' whole residenceand ,
season .
(OFFICIAL S7 d1.) A.t.: Thomas
address InCm pastime Amuse.went
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which are connected with the birth Cnmiinnv' 8.1; "Society, Street, Aa Clerk of mild Court.
of: Christ by the legends of history. 4t Charleston S. C.: Hv IInvfl" 'rushy V). f. .
John J. llcndoraon, St.' Augustine
Sainfoin or "Holy \wti are required tn appear on (
Hay Is
said January 10th, 1949, In tint *hovnnnied Florida
to have cradled the Infant Christ In Court and cause, wherein AttvM. lot rif. 12.10 4t 1231STUART'S

,TMary'i! lap the manger The snowdrop Is the $o
'a' .
"Kht flower of the Virgin Mary and Is
I";like the world. said to be the emblem of the can

I .. dies she lighted on Christmas. "
..iigntld t" r"3ti1
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According to legend the Christ. MaJ. Gen. Bennett E. Meyers was f$ -- -
on Mary'i mas rose was divinely created. A chewing his
1V on fingernails. He had
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shepherd maid wept at having Just been -i Iy i ,
no Indicted by a federal \ 'f j
star, gift to lay before the Babe in the grand jury for ,
Lice a perjury at a senate 'if !
are the kings manger. Suddenly an angel appeared committee hearing ll ,. 11'
nning I -_ __ A', t;
hearts are.) to her. On hearing why the Donald E. 7.se yvv# PI. '
Blodgett -
of
true maiden wept the angel touched HI. Evanston Iri A Beck i.. 1897 ////. Vtrttm O7fWo wrote She fob I t f V t l li
the was extending a hearty welcome Ie 'r f lon'tag .,,"lo tbt tJitor of tbt Hu York Sun: "I*m
where her I 1 .1
,r1ary's: heart ground tears had fallen to two visitors from St Nik- ( ? I r I i /
lay and immediately the l r 8 years olJ. SO".. of my life!. frttHttt iy Iktrt It no ft cII f
afire' place was leas Belgium. Mr. and Mrs George _,. Tb. i"', '
lit with s Suit CI Pup '''Y' 'If you in it tit Sun in.
.y If the world. white Christmas roses which Smet. They had shielded him from \.\ Ptttit Itll m* Ibt truth-ii aAIr1. $ nt.. Clam TbttJttor t !
orld" Ucsire.Id .) the maid gathered and laid In the Nazis when as an AAF pilot, his ..'ro" Httfipuptr! liltnry eUsite lit riplylo \,1 'it. (1 \ r 14 Jerya

manger. plane was shot down In 1944. J t I ./1 J ibis cbilJiih pit*. It li rtprinltJ 11..... \ 'i\\\ kt
Mary'slike The chrysanthemum Is
stood at said to President Harry Truman was won. I
have appeared first ; \
on Christmas during what he should do with a t.J "
I I crown. Eve near the manger as a sign to brand new spaniel pup. One of his //'III t
\\er. looked up atLri the Wise Men that they had reachedthe friends in Missouri had sent It to "Yes. Indeed! I, i ri4111c'.I

I spot where the star had bidden him. The dog's name was Feller. "Virginia! your little friends are wrong. They have there-nobody can conceive or imagine alt the Bon 10; If.

looked down. them. Lt. Glenn Davis (Mr. Outside of been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical; age- den that are unseen and unseeable in the world. \

.0. K. Chesterton the West Point Blanchard-Davls they do not believe except what they see-they think "You tear apart the baby's rattle and see what /1'1'\' \ /

backfield combination) was sulking thai nothing can be which is not comprehensible by makes the noise inside but there is a veil covering : / ]
In his tent. The army had refused their little minds
the unseen world which not the strongest man 'I'iI

to play permit him football.to resign so he could I "All minds. Virginia, whether they be men's or even the united strength of all the strongest men ( ors I i / ,, d l J

pro children's, are little. ever lived could tear apart. Only faith fancy poetry, I '
Henry Agard Wallace was being love romance can push aside the curtain and view 'i J !, 11
\ progressive. He announced that he "In ths'lreal! universe of ours, man is a mere insect and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond
would run for president In 1948 on an ant, in his intellect: ,as compared with the boundless
"Is it all real? ah, in all this world there
a third party platform of "peaceand world about him, at measured by the intelligence "- Virginia
r abundance for all." capable of grasping the whole. of truth and knowledge. Is nothing else real and abiding

Congressman Clare E. Hoffman of "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. "No Santa Claus! Thank God-he! lives, and he
Michigan was being difficult. He 'lives forever-a thousand years from now, Virginia,
set up a barren Christmas tree out "If! exists as certainly as love and generosity anddevotion nay ten thousand lean from now, he will continue CYCLE SHOP

side his office and placed a sign on exist, and you know that they abound and to make glad the heart of childhood." .
"
.b it reading "Nothing for the home give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how
dreary would be the world if there were no Santa
folks. They've sent it all abroad."
Clam! It would be as dreary as if there were no Vir
.O New Yorkers were calling grump ,ginias. There would be no childlike faith then no

fly for St. Bernards and brandy poetry, DO romance to make. tolerable this esistence.We .
kegs. They had been presented with should hate no enjoyment. except in sense and
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25 8 inches of snow by a 16-hour sight. The eternal light with which childhood fills the

blizzard. world would be ....inglli.hed. \ ,
Maj. Gen. Claire L. Chennaultwas

beaming with happiness He "Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well ........'.{' ,'...,-
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not believe in fairies! .".r.a.MIIat
hid i
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mnrH'vi ,
n Ch'"ee! girl '
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Ann Chan in Shanghai. "You might gel jour papa to hire men 10 watch in ". ,

all the chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch Santa ( ... ,{\"' ; ,*':Miaar GNaITMA4'LMaaT" CHKIITMAI,..
In rirriilt ('''''r!. I trad ford Counn. Claus, but even if they did nol see Santa Claus coming / l .. "'J"I"\'. "J.

Margaret Florida: in Wilson C ('Ujn8on.; Plain.tltt. down what would that proved Nobody sees Santa I ".'.. .i"", i'
Claus, but that that there is Santa Claus .,
sit j-p vs. James H'n\.v\: Brunson is no sign no t I'
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Defendant. Case No. /030. -the rlost real things in the world are those neither !i; '( : :, !!5'I'
Order of Fnhlitation ami :NoticeSTATB I .
to Appear! children nor men tan see. .. tOQD FRIENDS .t'j
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OFHIUV to: ; .
James Henry Briinson. whose res "Did you ever see fairies dancing'on the lawn? I' 1 :
idence is unknown: Of course not, but that's no proof that they are not I
You are reouirecl to annear on WE GREET YOUI! :
: January 17th. 1949. in the above 3 :

JHHHfri!j 11J UH J) named plaintiff Countv Court TeleeraDh seeks and divorce.cause.shall Branford wherein: ; !", ,I'W"I're '

this Order in next four weekly. .
issues. m. "'lIn. "" mv hand and official seal seal at Starke. Florida. this Dec. Bv Haven Crosbv. D C.
at Stark. Florida thla liecembur T. Frank LanJrum. Starke. Fla.
Real Witness) at l Staike.niv hand Florida and this official IJec. 1. 1<41. I OFb I&AT.: SKAL1 A. J. Thomas Attvs. for fit 12-17 4t 1-7' thinking about you and g
} r' :\ 16. 1948. OFKICIAI REAL) A. J. ThomaaA An' Clerk of said Court.
r r) rJIJ Clerk of said. wishing for immeasurable happiness ,
Court.
I OFFICIAL SEAL A.: J. Thomas Hv Haven Cronbv. D. C. In Circuit Court. Bradford' County you \"

J !: .!:.IJ 1 1 l JJ Bv Haven As CrosbY.Clerk D.nf nid i C. Court John FTv: ITnven J. .Hendemon Cro"by, n., C.E.q., Saint Ziich ..II. Jar HoiiKlUM eonv r>on-507. Forh1f'11!I.yn..hDldil' .ilorlila:Palmer In Chancery.'lien HeJse. .{'. Jr., Plain I in the Yuletide season. We've en- I:

I John J. Henderson. Esa.. St. Aue- .AiiKimtln. Florida. Attvs. for Plf. 12-17 tiff. VII. Pauline La"Men Belser. joyed our associations with these '
ustlne. Florida. A ny" for 1'lf. 12-3 It 12-24 Defendant. :). """II you ;
II Attvs, for Hf. 12-11 4t 1-7 In Circuit {)oll-;;: Bradford County, I Order of IhihUIcatlon and Notice : past twelve months and eagerly await g
I In Circuit Court. Bradford Countv Florida' : In Chancery to AnnearSTATE
In Circuit r..rt. Itrmlfurd C'ountT.T I-loriilii; In Chancery. William Henry Nicora. Plaintiff, OF FLO tt I D A tot the opportunity of serving you in the
'In.hl''l In t h..n' 1-f'nrv Claud va l Shirley Vivian Nicora. .
Bli-klev. Plaintiff va. a sen Belser. whose
II I' \\. A dlm, I'lHint'lff, vit. Vlr.Klnlii Mantle I O Bickley.. Utfell'! ant. ant Case No. 70J1.Order I deuce and address is: 412 future. i"'
T'hllllpx Ajdlelt DefendantCa"e Ca>-e No 7020. ] of I'liblliittloii and Notice hi,,. UuiiiliiKliiii Indiana, : r..MI'1 ,
No Toon. Order of I'lihllradoii and Notice to Air! a'ar I enltirrt) to >P '
Order Of 1'iiblli-ntlnn %nil Notice: STATE OF FLORID A to: Jan8 r: 'hf 1949. In f{;: : :
RLEY F. STRONG :: 'I'o ApFrnrer !STATK O'K l-PE75rK In A'to: Shirley' Vivian Nieora. whoHi.res. limed Court and cause wherein CHDIITMAi' ..MIMRV CMHHTMAJ' ,;:M1RT, CHKUTMAS..' MIRV >Ot.>"MA*
i'F' OF' -'I.flIIIn' tin :Mamie: D. Bickley whose resi idence la: 6207 lilt!'} plaintiff seeks relast. \ dence it Hemlock Station. Ch 9- Baltimore:! 6. Marvland: County Telegraph shall Diiblish .."
1 ter South Carolina: You are reuuired, to appear on /tnls Order in next four weekly
Your Jeweler : Avenue, Iliithlfind. I'ark, Not folk You are reauireil to nnoear on January 17th. In above issues. !
III. L'onnty: Irirlnla: January 17th. 1949. In the above namml.', seeks and 9ca ...h'i. ) Witness, rnv hand and official
Von. are rp>iulie<1/ t.. appear on named Court and cause Dial ntlff divorce. BI'atlfQra t seal at. atarke.:' ...Florida this lieu.IOFb'i&AL .
I.Tanunrv :. 1949, In the Above namedCourt Dlamt rt seeks divorce Branford Countv. Telegraph shall !!
.c and cause, wherein plaintiff County Teleeranh shall \ t"il'. Order in next four weekly i ; SKAL) J. Thomas WINKLER I ELECTRIC SERVICE
seeks divorce Trndford County this Order In next four.. weekly Issues, Clerk U'said Court. .
: Telegraph shall pnhllfh this Ordern 18Hues. mv hand and official nv Haven Croubv. C.
I next four weekly IHSUCH. Witness mv hand and official, Witness ...Florida this Dec., '4'. Frank I.nndrum. atarke. Flau I
.__. _L ._ d lo. 1948.4tJF1'1LIAL. I ttvs. for Plf. 12-17 4t 1-1' i
c i SEAL) A. J. Thomas
AJI Clerk or Court.
Bv Haven Crosby. D Cta I,
Charles iR., : Guaranty
Jackisonvilie
tJ Life Bid*. Jo lorltJl\,
Attv for Plf. 12-17 4t 1.7

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JohnV.. Oarlier. Plaintiff, va. Ku
nice Amelia Uurber Defendant Cane
No. 807.1OHDKR '
OF PttHLICATION ..:.
AND NflTIPH TO APPEAR
State.of Florida to Eunice Amelia :
(lILI......, whose residence \Vuynea--
boro. VlrKlnla. ,
You are reiiulrotl' to appear on
January 17. 194 in the above \ \
: immotl Court: and cause, wherein f
)Plaintiff! seeks divorce. Iirudford.
County Telegraph shall publlnh this \ \
Order In next four weekly linuta. 1
\Vltn"M" mv hand and official seal
at S'arke. Florida this December \
ItJ. l"4cJ.tOFFlclAl. \ \
I SEAL,) A. .T. Thomas. ,
An Clerk of said Court. 1
Njr haven Crosby: :, n C. !
If O. Ilrown, Htnrke, Fla., R. II.
Duncan. JarkHonvllle, Fla. tl aI
Attv. for Plf. '12.17 4t 1.7 l y
1 In C rriiit C'xirt. Bradford County,
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T sina. Loore-jto Comnilsso. DefendAnt -
Ca.iq No 7023
Ordi-r of J'ub ulloii
U'IJftft" and Notice

I STATK O to K I-To'll In A to: \
Roslna Looresto Commlaio whose cs'; !
residence and address Is: Via Mur- ... I.
Iccfllo. .Me8" na. Italy: l.F
You are reauireil f to \
I MAI tit January: : ,17th. 1949.. In the above
name'l Court and .a use. wherein!
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County In .>a'.ii. .N
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YOU. OUR FRIENDS I'

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f"" lu the rirriilt Cnnrt of nrnilfurillitnnlr I January 3. 1949. In the above nam"<1 d'| -no.- and address l II,: 1'nUnown- Pagan .
F'rlilttt In chancery. (CaneNt ; ll l-ouvt and reuse, wherein plaintiff''I y"" nro required to appear or' xAe tin erI
I.a'i 3{1 q'hl'' >. 1762. l ""-,'k.. rtlvoren. nradfocrt County, January. 1. 1949. In the ahovr nameiCmirt '! Of Many CustomsStrange
,; \ Mae IJoleJH Hammond Plaintiff v". IVIrKrflph hall pulilli thin OrderIn and rnune. wherein plalntlfl
I x f""'f "/ j James 1-:. Bane, et. ..L J.CelldILIILM.I next lour weekly I"""..": ....k. divorce. Pradford CountyTeloinaph : as it may seem most \ .
; :k t1'ItpPaM. mv hand and "HI..AI..IRl Khnll pnhllnh this OrdttiIn ) \ -
,s'i i, KOTICU nv sti.K WlnrkrKlorlUii. UIIs l U,cemlmriiKKICIAI next four weekly. tinmen.Wltneiia American Christmas customs stem
Take notice that undttr and In
"' FinalIwrree I.I"H. my hand and official.eal:I JI largely from Pagan rites practicedlong \ ;
t, 1. "{ 'r'r't r'd I' I f '1t accordance of Furectonure with, that and certain Haiti ren111'1' I ( .A SPA* :Clerk J.) c A.>r oeM J. Thomas Court I at Slut-lie. Florida, this Docemuei I I III. before the birth of Christ. TO ISH YOU \ 1
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dared December T, 1MH! by Iron I. 19n.!
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I(<; '' John A. K. Murphree, Judge of the Its. TlftVir mlrum.C'ninhy. DFrank !Stark C. Florida (OFFICIAL SRAI> A. ealdTCour1. The custom of exchanging giftsIs
' l I' 'ittll'I above named. Court, In the ..above ned ",1'\II YII. for I'lf. 12-3 4t 12-SS4 A a.Clerk. of one of the few that springs from
i entitled I cause the uiiU r. r-v Haven Crosby I) C
x,,{l 'rry! I'f Special Master by Bald Decree' appointed T. Frank I-andrum. Starke. Florida. the Christian era. Christmas candles .CHRISTMAS: I
/" A I f.:) ; AI will veil at 'public outcry during In f.I..1t (........ llrnlforil fitnnlr.r .I Atlys. for Plf. 13-3 4t 12-14' bonfires and Yule logs arise j
I (l- f the t bidder' for each 1 -
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,101 I' legal !''.. In (''' the heathen festivals observing
''U '.; the houra of Hale/ on !M onil.iy. "' nrarnt'lff. from
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.JI'1"1' I:" January 3, '941.l.t/ the South .lIh..lI.l 1.ln..n. | va. LeilaLinden Court. Ilrn.lfor.1 Cnmitr, I winter solstice. Decembsr!
.r" "''f. In rlrenlt the
;! \1, I : IX I front door of the Bradford County Iefrndant ('tee No. 7W04. '.........,..
: .,,,.1 :\0" lorlilni In ( AND
to lengthen.
.I'yl; [),t l'mnrIhouaa In Htarka. Florida, thefi,1lfAlnn Order or i'uhlli-ntloii Nelson Plaintiff, va. }T..lenN'U.n. 21 when the days begin : HAPPINE E
'I'o ApprnrHT Chester
.,1 9 d I} '":.I ; 4 : described property. 01tuntv 1 vela 0.'I.O"". t tot n. Tiefendant fan No. 7019.Itrder That was a time of great rejoicing
'J ) tf"' Il. :ilp I In Bradford County Florida t.iiuU linden, whore ,rvMldenca andaddrea. <>f Piinllentlon. alid.Ilrr Intppenr. for ancient sun worshippers who t
I1." "I'' to-'Il: Ja- or Florid to I IHelen
!Mule
I 1'1 Bciclnnlnir" at a point 4*<5 ft. /In. tct-40 I7r 8irt: built bonfires to give strength to the
l ,malrn, New York: / Nelnon, whoso retildenca l la
ofNNt'otN1YY.orr the
tr' South of S'cor. Throughout
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.! :>,I ?! ff I '' Her. 10. 7 S. K. 22 I. thence 1 You are required, to appear on unknown: "winter sun-god. coming
l .l : RIA. of of Janniiry a. 1949. In the above niniKdfour You are required to appear on ,
'j ;(lf run 1;oat 3 ft. to right way Pre-Christian Romans ornamented
i r. I,. fee, thence Soutlieiinterly and cause wherein plalnJJffnncks January 10th 1919. In the above I
11 Koad run
;1 .'.1';t finite alonau,, .1.1 Hunt of way divorce cnxto.lv & ..nil, named Court. and .onu". wherein their homes with green boughs and R. B. ALVAREZ
"f 1 ;,ft (M !l 17S.O ft., thence run Went 70.2 ft., ",f minor shall child l.publish nradford this County Order plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce chill. nradfordCounty publish *-: fJaClftalllerll ttourtfir>g and allover flowers for the Feast of Saturnalia &
"iI Telt-Kraph
ft. or
I I North 185 more
'("r.:'C'' ;' i I"f I loc thence. to run point of beginning toirether In next four weekly l..nuey.WHncKM I thin .Order. In next four. weeklyInane. w.v. townParents which began December 19. Druids TRANSFER & STORAGE
"II'I I ', h..r..ItR"I / mv hand amt official mlnt for that ?
\ /gJ. )14 with the tenements; official. neat gathered mistletoe season COM;
this December hand and
fo
)'1,7' and and every Starke. Florida I Wllnown mv < are trying slow ,
: Itt.1. < meets appurtenceB Saxons used holly =
ancient
.t thla December while
;. ; 1't' '. ., :1"I I I; right and privilege thereto belunirA"J. -I I. 19H. at Slarke. Florida their kids down.
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"I\.1 nt+F9CiAL: SKAL A. J. ThnmalAn I t. !1044. ivy and bay. Modern mistletoe and ,
': I"' 1, ., Clerk of sold Court. OFFIOtAI8BAI..) A. J. Thomas.
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'T ": l'. Thence, Jr. Special Mauler. : I There SundayNeighborhood t .. holly wreaths come from those peo- 1 ---
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;1.I i Hollla. t'. KnlRlit. Starke. Kin., Attorney ,Ttv haven Crosby D. C. An Clerk of Court are t" aG3ckool
I \ \\0/;/' "'. Frank Landrum, Storks, Florida fly haven: Cronhy.. h. C.T. i as
for Plaintiff 12-10 4t 12-31 I ples.
'b\, ,li\i.it.t", t'r. k Attic. for Plf. 12-3 4t 12-84 .. Frank Ijxndrum, RI..rk... Fla.,, tabluu, n y
... /f1: h, \t, f ,Atly. for Plf. 13-10 4t 11-31 ailitTe. d Christmas:< trees too spring from
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Bradford Co nlr. And (
I ,;11, Klorlilnl In l hanrerr.Jnnn In rlrrult Conrt. In rlrrult Court. Hrnilford Count sister's i play Rj
I." l'.t't 1 !6 r. \ I,', drew 1'lalntlff v*. Ranta' Nlrldnl l I. C'lianeery. Klorlrfnl In Cknneerr.Solerlad .. CostUltttll N00d3 tribes made sacrifices to the :
:J I \ .'1 drew Ilefpndnnt. ("'nag No. Toot.ATT. Edward: II. Burhomt. Plaintiff.Defendant.Case vs.' : Althea/ Olrnnl. Plaintiff v .y New sacred oak tree of Odin. When' the
I Order Of l'nblli-a. ;
, : t, No. 7009. missionary St. Boniface traveled to
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'Lt. 1 iy'( I ,&:,, \ lI'r'TI.J'I.Ollln, tot Order O( Publication And Notice I Order. Of Publication A.J Notice Germany in the Eighth Century and
I, .:- '11\\ "if. '1 Fnnta:. drew. whoMe residence and To AppenrT To Appear these celebrations he persuadedthe CHRIS
tot saw
,L j "r' I sddr.PII In. : Unknown: 'TK OK Kl.0llin \ TMA
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f r .fit(::1 You are required to appear on Katherine M. Burhorm, whose real i HT\TH OF FI.OIIIIot.. l > natives to substitute a fir tree
I t:1 ; \' .: ,Joseph! Olrefll( whoae r tdenc and
4+1"r: \ J ::.. ,aJdrei, In care Joseph. Olreal.. Sr., i for the oak and to adorn it in a 1
:' I: '; ,t !I\ 'tot Flushing Avenue, Hrooklyn. a Wink packtHt flip bo* tribute to the Christ Child.
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:' ( funuary .1. 1149 In the above named ) AND: MAY GOD BLESS
' ::I't'' ':' 6,11 Court( and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks 7 Dadgafabrweslfail. Christmas season was celebrated in YOl
t' I" divorce A ruatody A control equal fervor with that now shown on
: t of minor child. Bradford. CountyTelegraph Taitokd up in aka ropes./ In lands That's
'i Christmas day. some the our simple wish for
$ shall ptibllah this Order all.EARL'S .
Ifi next four weekly I iNHUea.Wltnean celebration lasted from December
"J 11"f! : mv hand and oftittalseal' 24 to January Twelfth Ni ht-
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J4 CUBIKTMASETINCf. at t, K41 starko, Florida, thla Decembert 1d I Il (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas February 2. By the year 1644,' GARAGE
As Clerk of Raid Court. / Christmas In England; had become
\ Rv TFaven/ Crosby D. C.
l to tp\ .J I T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida, such a wild orgy that the Puritans
Attys.' for Pit. 13-3 4t 12-14 forbade its celebration by law. l
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) Notice M hereby given that the Arrive (Ills tIt3{ Sf0/'. 1,3= 1. "
r / i li unflernlqrned/ .. enaiced In huntneav And Mot her is ;y' :
Inner the fictitious. name/ of Whispering busy ;
our friends and customers Pine Tourist Court A Whlsperlntf Belied a locked door. : *''t .
Plneif ridge at the following
II' : address: Ht. 2. T>>x 2130 I ,; ,
t rI YS Starke, flu., and Intend to register
the .said' fictitious name In the office:
W GA SERVICE STATION of of, Bradford the Clerk' 'County of the, Flu.Circuit Court I K

h f T. R. (Connell Starke, Florida;1 'r lib just iMtposaibta -for all te agree

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table Cut flowers to brighten every room in the house Nothing you! W. have a hearty ,
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