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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 9, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Condemns Practice Of Using BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



County Equipment On Private Jobs


.. Official County Publication Established In 1879
Immediate discharge faces any Green and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins.

Bounty employe found responsible the Board approved a donation of __ __ h u .___
for using county road equipmenton $100 toward the BHS Band unlfoi VOLUME!: SEVKNTY-O.NE!: !: s'r.\UKE. FLORIDA FKIIV, l>Kt': 'K..MIIK11: 0, 1IHU M'MHEIl! TVYKNTY-ONR!:

'm fund. -----
private property.


at Board This Its meeting of action County:wan here Commissioner taken Monday by following the!!-; Tuberculosis Three for treatment applicants Sanitorium.In were the approved State. Farmers To PickCommitteemen I Hunters Warned Tornadoes Take Suwannee Title I


; report that employes of TIm request of R. A Weeksfor

the county ie using thR grad homestead exemption on his Blandin Range -- -

ing: equipment to do special and house In Starke ,was denied. I I Coach Announces

unauthorized work for private .in1ividuaIe. Another complaint was received 4 j.

The Board was advised concerning the operation of n 'I.e .
To Be Hot
At Polls Dec. 10All
Spot
that some of this unauthorized certain place. of business near 'T'i
BHS To Join
work was being done during regular Starke and the clerk was Instructed ---

work hours and some during l to convey this complaint ,
I farmers participating In the The Impact area on K-l north
off hours and on off days.It to the State Beverage Commission .-
was repotted that this unauthorized together with a certified, Agricultural Conservation Program I range, Camp P.landing will be East Fla. Loop

work consisted! of copy of the original petition of' are urged to vote Saturday,, hotter than a fll''C'rrlC'k.'r startIng -

moving houses, cutting ditches protest heretofore filed with thai I I December 10, in the election of, Monday Dec 12. nnd hunters

fixing: lawns, and grading private Board and request that an 1m- County Committeemen for 19.r:>0. who may Nfrsy intn the sandhillrerlon Bradford High won the Suwnn-

roads and gardens. medinte investigation be made, I These conniltteemen have charge," between, I.itwty and Mid. nun Conference grid title last Friday

, The Board went (on record a, The Mondays following Christmas rilehuitr di.> so definitely at their night by taking Alachua for
and New Year's Day were of administering the Agricultural rink, the second time this season, 27-14
own
condemning the "malicious _
practice" declared county holidays due to Conservation Program In Bihd- The Tornadoes! closed out with a

of using the county equip- the fact that December 25 and ford County and supervising the | This warning WHS sounded In aTelegraph :3-0 loop mark and an overall record
this week I.t Julius
Inent on unauthorized jobs and the January 1 full on Sunday: this by of eight wins and two losses.
distribution of various acicago allotments Kingrange" officer." Marine Bur- _
road supervisor was directed to I The title was officially announced -
I year.The and Marketing Program long! distance conversation! to the
Immediately warn the employee use of electric current and | racks Jackion\lllH\ Naval. Air following a meeting of

under his supervision and to discharge -I water by the county courthouse, Every farmer eligible to Vole Station Y-e-e -'.-. r'i'it Suwannee Conference principals
should make effort to cast and coaches In Newberry last Sat-
at once any employe ,and the county jail having greatly every Lt. I King' stilted' that a detachment
found guilty of thin misuse of a ballot for the men he thinks are ''TORNADO "A" SQUAD--First row (left to right): Durban, Herron. I urdny morning. At this same
Inc..ued during the last :; of IftO Sailors: and some 18Marines meeting the groundwork laid
county equipment.At month, county officials were requested Ten beat qualified to serve on the for ballot IDfiO. will be firing for practice Crosby, Bennett (D.), Bennett ((0.), Lewis Sapp! Hamilton, Manager to ease Bradford High out was of the
the request of a delegation names appear Williams. Second row: Hazen, David, Prevail I'arker'tlrl'"n' ,
to exert every effort to selected by a nominating committee and record with the M-l on Suwannee loop on grounds that It

composed of George Kopelousos, economize as much as possible which was appointed by the the range from Monday, Dp,'. 12, Johns (Carl), Strickland Conner Wainwright (Dan), Third row: 4. has outgrown/ Its competitors.In .

\Irs. L. A. Canova. Mrs R. A. In the use of these utilities. present County Committee. After through Friday Dec. 16. I.Manager Reddish, Norman Hutchlnson. Wainwright (Jack), Eaves, I view of this feeling Coach

-- the ten names listed on the bal "We will have a bum of now Cooley. John (U K.I: Brunnon Dansby. Carter, Coach. hobbs I Jumes' Hobbs announced yesterday

shooters with t.t. King said I that have been
ate negotiations
lot are some blank spaces where .
Strickland Gets Christmas Lights each voter may write In the names "and nobody coming within the ... completed for acceptance of BHS

of other farmers If he so desires. ', maximum safety rang of 3.500/ BHS Accredited School Board Lets in the East Florida Conference effective -

The Agricultural Conservation i yards will be safe -.- not even an 'J September 1.

Trial Bus PermitReconsidering Brighten StarkeCall Program Is a program for farmers airplane pilot. .For this reason T I I "W will be traveling In mighty

and Is administered by farmer, urge you to help us give yourreaders With Sou. Ass'iililts Contract For GasThe I fast company," Coach Hobbs said

committeemen all over the United adequate ,warning, and' "but It was the only solution.We're

its action of November Street: became aglow!: with States. make it strong!" too big for tho Suwannee. loop, and

1S: the City Council In, the glitter of 2.000) colored Xmua The ten men nominated by the The Camp Blandlng reservation was among the nine ndlitUinul Standard Oil Company not quite big enough for the East

Its meeting here Tuesday night lights this week nn City Light I nominating/ committee are as follows Is posted and trespassing Is for. ( Kloitdii high schools that I with a bid of 1 1-2 cents below r \Florlilu' but I believe that in another -

voted to grant Clayton Strlck- Plant Superintendent B. B. Johns : hidden at any time. However tank wagon price, has been awarded two or three years we can

lund a permit for a trial periodof I did his. annual bit toward advancing C. E. Andrews. New River It Is known that hunters and others -(wi-ie accepted Into mcmbihipof u contract for gasolineto ; hold our own with the schools In

six months for the operation, the Christmas spirit. Leon Conner Rt. 2, StaikeN. sometimes disregard the HIM Soul hern Association. ol fI bi used In the 11 I school: bussessi'rviceti this group which Include Palatka.Kcttcrllnua .

of bus service within the city of Mr. Johns stated that more .1. Davis, Graham' signs. I Colleges and Secondary School In Staiko. during" the le- : (St. Augustine), Sea-

Starke. than 2.000 Individual bulbs' have It. I>. Dyal Brooker I I1t the annual meeting, Just con- malmler of the present school breeze ( Daytona), Deln.nd New

been In the business district i eluded! I In I IliViHtoM. Texas. .. Smyrna, Lensbiug. Winter Park
Voting In favor of granting the strung E. A. Gainey, Brooker Work Under Way I year Hide were received at the

permit were Councilman Jackson,, more than twice the number I,. D. Green Stark. I Th niniuiincenient, was mndi regular meeting. of the School Bustle. and Sanford.

:Ul hop and Lewis. Opposed: used last season. The new Clyde Hersey, Theressa On Grade To Serve by Or 1\1. I-. Stone, professor of Hoard held here Monday. "Suwannee Conference teams

Hazen and Bridges. bulbs. he Is using are I..I'I/.r/ tlian I Z.V.. Hamilton Beaker, Indian Beach Area I!'eilucnlliin' nt FSU and rewlyjelctteil Standard was awarded the con were becoming more and more re.

his own strings and believes he James Rosier, l.awtey rhiilrmim of the Flutlduj lurtant to play us, and If wa had
Rescinding its action of November I tract In view of the fait that it
13.: the Council voted to con now has C'hilstimas lighting I, J. P. Wyrlck Lautey. Mrs. T C. ChaRtA, County j Committee. of the Association. also! ..submitted bid of Scents bo- Eaves SelectedOn stayeil( In that loop" WCl would have

tinue publishing its ordinances arIn equipment that will bo good for The polling places will be at Commissioner District 4, announced i I BUS bias been state accredited low tank wagon price In trans. AllConferenceJack been unable tn schedule* enougnconference

the past, and also decided that the next ten yearn. Starke In the County Court House this week that the county's.for seine, time" but membership port lots. The Board will bu able games' to bti eligible for

in the future ordinances will be This year the lights me bolug I j I and at Brooker In the Community road equipment Is now engaged/ I'I In tin Southern Association to take advantage of this pi Ice itx Raves, Toinndo tackle, the title" the Bradford roach said.

introduced at the filet reading strung diagonally!: across the full 1 I Center. The polls will be opened In dealing a no-foot right/ of way nacelle that credits (If its /graduates soon as larger tanks can bu In ,miidii AII-Ci>nfelence, first team, In the final game against Ala
re-read at a second meeting and length of each business blo..k.1 from 9 A. M. toI/ P. M. Every for a new grade to servo the will be accepted without stalled. Chun, Jack Hasen and Glenn Conner

voted upon at a third meeting. whereas formerly they weN eligible farmer Is. urged to cant his property owners. of the Indian:, question In any university or college It was. announced that the It was announced following the played their best game of the
,
of Beach, community on Santa Fe I Suwannee Conference nt Newberrylust Benson each scoring a brae of
Action upon ordinances authorizing strung only at street Intersections. -I ballot at either one these places thioiiKhout tho nation. Board will Install its own pump

the Issuance of $100,000 In This year, for the first so that each farmer will have a Lake. I III urd'r tn attain membership and tanka at the school bus bum., Sutmdiiy BUS: also placed touchdowns for BUS. Conner went

revenue certificates to finance time. they will also bo strung a. ,part In choosing the Committee I' The equipment started work in In the Association:! high standards and that busses wil be serviciul lln following four nn the All-Con over on nn end run for a first

long the two blocks of Walnut to administer the program next this area the day before Thanksgiving of faculty, equipment, laboratory WainWright quarter touchdown which was setup
present and future Improvements I them beginning the first of the ference second team: Jack from Ha-

wall postponed until a future Street from the post office to year I' Mrs. Chastaln said, and library, ete., must bemaintained. year. It Is estimated that the 1 tackle; Sammy David,I swim by to Godwin.a 30-yard Another pass. Hazen to
meeting. tIn Park Theatre. I Th, 1919 County P&MA Com good progres has been made. Buard will save more than $1,000
The net effect of all thin 1mprovenwnt mittee has been composed of property owners at Indian the ":lId; Kenneth Johns, Center; nd1,Godwin pass was. good for the
\ thorough "evaluation" of per year by purchasing gasoline
,# ,In a statement, to.th&.Telegraph ,,'id a much more f un-'James Rosier Chairman;' Lo, 13. Bench have been protesting fT''- BUR WHS made here sexeinl for Us busses In this manJ Jack H."*.n. ,Cjuiiterback: extra, ,point ,
yesterday City Councilman W. T. live Call Street and one that I,. several concerning the bad --- --. Hiixen!: stored In the second
Green, Vice-Chairman; L Dyal, years ;J''weeks I : by a committee that ncr. evIoiiNly most of the gui - .
ago began
In which
Jackson said that upon his motion truly reflects the Christmas spirit. Member; N. J. Davis 1st Alter- condition of roads there In wet had been retail quarter three plays
I I reported Its findings the HHIIS-\ : [nilchimed at
seconded, by Councilman H. "I hope it increases, business flats and Z.V.. Hamilton. 2nd weather which made It almost |I'' ton IIIUt.tlnlC.New pi'ice As much as 7c per gallon Santa ParadeSet when he returned a punt for
another SOon
A. Bishop, the Council voted Unanimously for our merchants," Mr John Alternate. Impossible to get: In anil out of,II will bii saved on some gasolineptiKhiiNcH 40 yards then gullied
at Its added I an end run, and went over fora
meeting on November the community by automobile. j under the
new method

practice 15 of giving to discontinue each memberof the Tax Collections 'I I Motor Court It was stuted For Dec. 16 tout, 'hdown Walnwrlght's on a kick quarterbacksneak for extra -
I
the Council a $10 Christmas! Pepper Friends Will i Sales Tax QuestionsWill The liulf Oil Co. with a bid point was Mucked *

bonus check annually Gather TonightAt Be Answered of. 2.1 1 Lents below tank wagon The tlilril,. quarter score came
Under Way On 301 pi Ice, was awarded' a contract for Mrs. Marian Howe, secretary of when' Conner ciiUKht a hung pufrom 4
Jackson stated that the Item Keystone Inn Total $99,436.58 Here Next Tuesday
fuel oil
was apparently omitted I while the Sinclair Refining the Chamber of Commerce, announces llnzen then took It over r>"la
through I l'n., was low bidder on /greususnnd plUhout play from the four yai-l
error. or oversight from the Friends and supporters of Senator I A from the. new. that Santa Claus! will be
type representative
1 lubileant at lie .
'Vul k began this week nn n per pound line Wulnwrlght'ii kick was good
written minutes of the meeting Clude Pepper will gather ata Bradford County's $1 ... '2.1\: ly opened branch of the Comp new 12-unlt motor Coot t to be In Slaika between 2 and 3pm. ,for the extra. .point,

submitted to the newspaper for dinner In Keystone Inn tonight tax roll Is more than 60 percent troller's office will be In the' constructed for Ray Strong on Mack Futch NamedOn on Friday Dec. 16. The parade Final I Tornado score was mane.*
publication.The (Friday) at 8 o'clock.accordlngto : In Starkc next
collected Tax Collector J. R. courthouse TUI'M-t| IT. S. :.101\ about 1 1-2 miles not til which will usher. Santa In. will bo when Hazen run 3.1: yard off tar-
Councilman stated that he an announcement by Tracy Baker Kelly announced yesterday. Collections day for the purpose of assisting Student-City .
of Starke formed at the high school at 2 p. kin In tin* fourth quarter. WalnwrllCht' -
did not kno.w when the practice of Keystone Heights through Wednesday totaled In any way those who have ques-i
the
I Hull & Edwards. local i'nntrllc.tol' Relations placement gave tally
More than 1OO will be connection I Group m., Mrs. Howe stated. :
of a $10 Christmas bonus for places provided 9036.:18.: tions or problems In n fin n I line-point boost.A .
awarded the
'', were rotatract -
Councilmen was started but that at the dinner table, and tic- Mr. l Kelly stated that the first with the new Florida' sales tax. I Shct announced that the follow, 1I'hllll' first
for the modern court nhi""e A program designed to better attire came Just
"
1\\,. could kets can be had through Chairman The announcement was made I units and organizations will
see no ing
justification for
distribution of tax monies from units will have iilltlkbiiths.. tile relations, between the Universityof before, the half when they Intercepted -
the custom and Baker at the Inn. J. V. Harrison field auditor : Police escort, Mayor
made his by participate
motion
the run ent collection .was made I I floors, asbestos roofs atari pliisler Florida student body and resllenta ii I pins on the Tornado:\ A
to discontinue It Senator Pepper and Governor with the Comptroller's office, who J. It. Wainwright Senator Charley |
as soon us it on Nov. 21 when $1168121 I was walls. Construction will l be of of Gainesville has been (,Iitlined siiheoqui..nt. | 1-1: yard penalty by RIIS
was brought to his attention. \Vjirren; will be In Gainesville to- paid to the School Board ItncJS11.102.16 I was a visitor to Starke Tuesday blocks and and committees named for I Id. Johns, Representative J. I'. ', put the Indians nn the in.:
day, and It is that the stated. that 'I concrete over h/lnKln{ of
Chamber
expected Mr. Harrison quite Ruhuits, BUS Band,
to the Board of County will add tn the .Bttnntlveness -- working out Individual I and cooperative where n tompletrd l pass carriedthem
Governor will also attend the Key- a few places of business have not porches Commerce, American Legion, Nut-1;
Commissioners.Mr. Tornado 2.
problems. tn (the Ruddy
of the
Court stone Baker said. State with the Comp-i: layout. I p
Term Set meeting. yet registered lonal Guard hay Scouts B & I'earHnii took the hall over on sn
all '
Kelly
Senator Slater Smith will serve as urged property troller's office us' required by Mr. Strong Is. a Canadian: but According to nn article appearIng W Club, Woman's Club, Rotary The ,second Ala-
I I off tinkle pity"
master of cermonles. owners who have not already paidtheir law. Hc'urged these to apply "t has been living in Miami r..r' in the Gainesville: Dully Sun Club, Lions Club, Timitat, Club, ,
III the lust few
To taxes to do so this monthwhile ,once for'a. Certificate of Regis-j some time. The property on Muck Futih, son of Mr and Mrs Santa Claus will bring up thi.", I. I him' Hciirn i.unif
Reopen Mon. the thiee percent discountIs .. liC. A. Futch of Starke and senior minutes of the genie: when Pearson ,
which the court Is to be locatedills
j
Lions Will Fete trillion In order mat me first collections rear of the procession riding on afire skirted 6i'> around right
I yards
In effect The discount I
dropsto law student at tho
of sales tax may be,i situated just south of the State University of truck. He will puss out tree I
Football SquadAt two percent In January. the 'Farmers Market. The 2.Vncie 11,Florida., will servo as chairman of I vnilThe
The fall term of Circuit Court turned over to Comptroller J candy suckers for the children Tornado record, of H overall
by the deadline December 2O : tract, which Includes three hollies 11 the group representing the student Mis. Howe mild. I
will\ be resumed here Monday with Pelican ClubThe ., win, uinl' :3 losses Is consIderablybetter
Pearl Harbor Day There Is a penalty after that date,, and two warehouses, was purchaseil i body.
one criminal case (State vs. Al- ''I thAn I lest: S"II8..n's42..
phonso Williams charged with Starke Lions Club will give Observed At RotaryThe he said. | by Mr Strong from K A. IC Pepper ,was named chairman Tourist Club Plans I Rowing to II'.. lofulx. this season

manslaughter) on the docket. Its annual banquet honoring the H. G. Horld.i Is In charge nt I Newsom through the Strout of tho city group and. he and l were U'llllxton. Pulutka. r. K.

Williams driver of a truck Involved BHS Tornado football squad a' regular meeting of the Rotary .,I' the Gainesville office which I is|I Agency.Keystone. Futch will be co-chairmen of the Christmas PartyAn Young/{, Aim him. (twice), New-

in a highway accident the Pelican Club next Wednesday, Club falling on the anniversary located In the city hall ifmiex combined committees. One of the had at berry, I.ak Butler and Green
time was
here last winter. Is charged with night. of Pearl Harbor this week., (telephone ::10:111.: > Information. on;i Election chief purposes of the program Is"Tn enjoyable Cove Springs Only losses were to

culpable negligence In operating Guest speaker will be former an appropriate program was presented ., any emergency problems In connection .!: Held promote a better understandIng I the weekly meeting of the HUrke Seabreez and Lake City.

the '.vehicle Inflicting mortal University of Florida Head Coach I by T. K. McClane Jr.., with the tax may be obtained TuesdayI between local businesses! snc Tourist Club Tuesday night In the Coach Hobbs. will brave plenty to

wounds upon Alverla T. Van "B..ar"Volr.. chairman of International Rela there, Mr. Harrison said. I McMurtry and Albert Wat'son students through friendly bus! Woman's Club building. worry about next season. in finding -

Allen. A highlight of this event will i lions. At the conclusion of his talk I' were elected to the I Keystone nests practices and to consider business The meinburs. voted to change replacements, for his two prize

On the civil docket. It i Is expected be the awarding of letters to I he rend a poem written by Mrs. Clar-Jean Florist Heights City Commission on the problems that might, resultIn the club meetings to Thursday tack Wiilnwrlght and I K-iven

that two condemnation members of the squad. Herbert Deal and which appearedIn basis. of unofficial returns from misunderstandings.Health night Instead of Tuesday, night Cooley, .another hefty tackle, also

suits will be tried to set the valuation the Orlando Sentinel I three days I Changes Ownership I Tuesday's municipal election Kince several other organizations graduate Fad: louse will btI David

of lands taken by the Funeral SundayFor after Pearl Harbor Clinic Staff hold meetings on Tuesd..y.Jack Durban and Godwin, while
i Announcement was made this Tabulations showed McMurty I .
for Presldnnt O. S. Ne-wcomb announced Abel elected vice graduation will take Conner, Carter
county was
rlghts-of-way on recently -, 04 Attends
Conference
Mrs. Crawford week of the sale of CUrTcnnFlorists received 75 votes and Watson
that last I Mrs. lier- and Slrlikland from the back-
constructed year's highly
succeeding
roads. Onu' president
by Mrs. O L. Beasleyand >They defeated Incumbent G. K.
suit, Bradford County vs. Clemon successful, "old clothes day" will Ir A Y Dlrmtor tha I'eurce, who has taken over I field. Hobbs expects to replaceends
Mrs. Viola Crawford. :St. died at Mrs. J. W Klncald to M..s.Ie. Wiggins who had 47 votes, and Covlngton.
Alexander et al. concerns right-II her home near Lawtey early Sun he repeated next Wednesday, Wheneach H Nasworthy and Mrs. H. III William McCrary. 31 Their two- and the nursing staff of the the duties of cluL: lioslesd chair fairly well anti will have a

of-way on the Hampton-Th day morning following a long ill- Rotarian Is. asked tn bringone Peyton.. year terms will begin January 1. Bradford, Clay and Union County man. Mrs. Peurce selected asher pretty good backfield but not
highway while the other Brad or more articles of clothing I Health Departments attended associates Mrs K. S. Matthews fast
ness. She was a native of St i The business, which has been I when the five-man commission
ford County vs. Russell and Ida George, Qa. and had resided in to be distributed to needy casesthrough 'I conducted for several years from reorganizes. a conference held In Gainesville Mrs Janie Avery andMrs.

Ma. Carter Involves' property on Bradford County for the past 36 the Red Cross and the the Beasley residence on North I Only In the City Commissionrace on Thursday Carl Wynn. Mrs. Marion Price Will Seek

Road 223. years.. Salvation Army.Ministers I Walnut Street, has been moved by was there any opposition. A panel I discussion' was held on dowa was elecieu secretary, succeeding Return To Old PostIn
I I
Mr F J. Shaw who has
I Surviving are her husband, Rob- the new owners. to 231 East. Call'l t, Frank Srott. with 9" votes wa camps. for severely crippled' children ,

Tag Sales Brisk, ,art N. Crawford two daughters Get Set I' at ,; formally elected mayor of this ; and plans were laid for suc>< leslitnud Mrs. W. II. Nollman his Saturday column Jim
'
Collector ReportsTax Mrs. Eddie Mae Patrick of Jacksonville For Christmas WorkThe I I In announcing the sale. Mrs.. Clay County town. ramp, tn b.. held next summer on chau cnmmlttre.man. of named thC entertainment Mrs. J. 7.!. Masaey Jacksonville Journal..political -

and Mrs. Martha Green. Beasley and Mrs Kincaid expressed Crystal l lake The meeting Wiu. writer, said: "Emory If
O. Stewart town clerk was re. ,
Mitchell Minnie Ueswint
Lawtey; three sons, A. J. and Cecil appreciation for the patronage I I held under the of the I MIAN ,
Assessor J. R. Kelly reported ministers* of the Stark ; elected to his tenth term. Ifs re-I auspices .uml. Mis, Jessie. Young on her Price who represented. the Second
yesterday that sale of then R. Crawford, Lawtey. and Pfc churches met Wednesday morning j'' that has been accorded them calved 01 votes as did Mrs. Patricia Alnchun County Health n. pal t, LumnuLU. Butli committees: are I District In Congress for six years

wr 195O orange and blue auto Stanley Crawford. Fort Jack..n.S. In thai Methodist church for ,during the years they operated I Frshar. who was named taxi)II ment, the University of Klc.rldi' busy punning a Christmas Tree'''definitely will be a candidate for
license In C.; two sisters, Mrs. Pearlia the of reorganizing their the shop.Hazen. and the National Society for his old In next spring's Democratic
tags Bradford County purpose : I collector. Ben Rose, unopposedfor staid party at the. next meeting of Job
Is brisk. More than 20O have Cason. Lakeland. and Mrs. Nettle association and discussing plan : the job of tax assessor, which Crippled Children A Adults club un Thursday night Dec. primaries.

been obtained since the 'sale be- 3ainey Miami; two brothers. A. for Christmas program and work. Joins Staff he has held for tour terms, got Dr. Covington and Mrs. M.I'i Ilhe 15, at tho Woman's Club. Each Price Is reported to have told

gan Dec. 1, Kelly said. J. Chiam St. George Ga., and Lu- Rev. J. R. Hill was elected 91 vote., Tracy Baker. Jr.. was Knight met with the BHS school member! Is asked to bring a gift Mass y that ha Is a candidate and
Of Gay I,
Comptroller ;
ther Chlam Lakeland and li I
faculty Monday. afternoon for will make his formal announ..r.ment
First purchaser was C. A. president of the croup Rev. nE. elected marshal with 92 votes. not to exceed Soc In value. Therewill
grandchildren. Simmons vice president and l Baker will succeed Jesse Hill discussion' : of the school health In January. lie will run against .
Knight .who drew his favorite Win f red flaxen a graduate I be surprises In store and It
Funeral services otl
held 3
were at In Bradford Charles T!. Bennett
number 43-43.: Second tag Issued o'clock afternoon In tha Rev. Homer Swindall secretary- BH3 has been appointed as a and Mrs. Frahar will succeed program County. ,4\\t\ promise of being a gala affair. I Rep.
Sunday
treasurer.A -, Mrs. M. Tracy. Neither of theoutgoing Each member must bring 'who defeated Price two years ago.
went to Judge E. K. Perryman Union Church Lawtey. with Rev.B. auditor for the State Comptroller's !
The Second District buttle-
whose hobby Is having his tag H. Rawla officiating, ansWed meeting will be held In the office with headquarters In officers sought re-elec 38 BHS Cagers OutCoach A guest, ground over which Price and Bennett .

numbers keep pace with his age. by Rev. Forsyth. Methodist Church tonight (Friday Gainesville. For the past three tion. Various games were enjoyed :
will via for Congress comprises
announcedthat
This year he. drew No. (well Pall bearers were Jake Sapp, ) at 7 o'clock at which tlma years Mr. Hazen has been credit I James Hobbs and hot coffee and sandwiches
18 countIes Including Bradford
maybe you better go see for your Drew Reddish. Wesley. Craws P. the ministers will confer with manager for ,the Cox FurnitureCo. School Holidays :basketball 34 applicants were out for were served by the hostess committee : It stretches across the tata

self). Number 13. long the favor. D. Redfllsh. Oliver Underbill. anJFreeman Red Cross and welfare workers In Gainesville. pratlca which got under i
from Dtival the east to
1U of the late Sheriff A. O. An- Hodge.Arrangements. l In planning a coordinated program Ills territory under his new assignment Christmas holidays for Bradford way this week The basketball and Starka on Levyon
the
Come out
school children will I schedule has not been completed join ( the wast. (It t Is the second larsr.t -
drea. Ms for Christmas distributions will Include Alachua County :
Went this year to were In chargeof I tr..'Coach said and no will Tourist Club and have a KIXJC! ,... of the stale's six district* withpopul..Uoa
Dec. K games
d&m4hter. Mrs. L. F. Dinklns. 9 Key-McCabe Funeral Home, All local ministers are invited Union. Bradford Levy. GtlchrUt "begin at noon on Friday time All tourists and visitors I!
I' of SOO.
until after the Christmas approximately
A. Weldon as usual obtained No. Jacksonville.. Internment was In to Join the association and attend I Dixie, Cltrut, and Marion Coun The students will return to their I x played holidays ire cordlilly! Invited I(BOOBoard .
Jan. 3.
classrooms Tuesday
45-J. Dyal Cemetery. the meeting tonight. ties. on I


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TWO RRAHFORn COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAItKE. FLORIDA _
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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED and Mrs.Friday.B. Q. Miller of Jackson

ville visited her mother. Mrs. Lot-:
IL
1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCN-EDITOM. tie Edwards last weekend. I

Friends here regret the death
"bUahfld Every Friday and Entered M Beooix of T. W. Markey's sister, Mrs. R.
CUM Matter at the Poet Office at Stark, Fla. A. Jordan of Jacksonville Thurs Gilette "Aristocrat"

*2y Aura PunjessPONCA. day.Mr Genuine Leather Chen Yu Set - 3.50
'MEMBER 1949 Shave
Bond and Mrs. T. W. Markey, Manicure Kit 12.50
Vida and Jacksonville _
Harvey daughterof
is"J-f-M-f-f r r J J > as*'_
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>i iulpUon $3.150 Annually '1.50 For 8U Month and Col. J. M. Markey' # I
Wherein I welcome In December I ter who passed away last Sept. of Waycross Ga.. attended the funeral I'I'I I Gilette "Milord" I
: Direct me-beloved Lord God I Helena Rubenstein "Santa-
and hang; up the ilirlNtnuMureathx.
of Mrs. R. A. Jordan which
..rtIJoV; NEED NOT DIE I (to visiting for Hit. : o'- -In all my doings-with Thy was held at Mobile Ala. Friday Cologne Set 3.50 Shave Set - 5.00 I

In the twenty-five years great strides have been made toward clock dinner gracious loving aid. Furtherme Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Markey Jr.

preventingdeaths from diphtheria, whooping cough. smallpox and typhoid Cold December now we love you, with Thy continual help''and /daughters of Waycross, visited --I

as well as many other diseases There Is great satisfaction In Glad we hall you on your way that all my work begun con-: Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markey SOAPBox SPARKLERS
tinued and ended In Thee 1 Yardley's
reporting such a situation but the goal has not been reached nor will For to us you bring: the pleasureOf Sunday.

it be reached until every child has been Immunized against these di- Chorus the: Ring happy, ring Christmas ring merry Day. And may at glorify life's Thy ending Holy-Name.entei: Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Shaw'of Ziff ( of 3'8)) 10c, 15c, & 25c per Box I

senses. Every death from dlptherla, for example. is a charge agalns Into Thy eternal Joys thru the section and Mr. and Mrs. John
.
bells .
us. It need not have been. We have the moan of preventing such s Sweetly ring the Christmastime merit of Thy Beloved Son Shaw of LaCrosse visited Mr. and Lavender 1.35 '.61 I
Mrs. T. S. Mann
death. Jesus Christ, our adorable Mr., Hamp Connely Sunday.of Ocala visited April Violets 1.65'Claudia" A Complete Line of Gift
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disease according Lord. Amen.A .
The materials used for protection against vary Ring, ring, ring the merry bells
Mrs. Mattie Bowells
to the disease. Let's take diphtheria ,which years ago killed hundred s I Let UK hear your chime. happy Christmas and God afternoon. Sunday HI Wrappings Paper, Ribbons!

of children and left many others with defects such as bad hearts o r Tho you bring the coldest weather bless you all.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown of
diphtheria usually set And make the old folk I Doll 5.98 & Seals
which
impaired hearing. The organism causes you LoveLURA.BROOKER Putnam Hall visited Mrs. Mary L. /
ties in the throat and gives off a poison called toxin which goe sneeze, Green Sunday.
through the body causing Illness and often death. This toxin also haa n Cold DecomiMtr" we will love you ,. '11'
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and
part which irritates the human body into building up fighting materials Even If our-Author toes should unknown.freeze daughters. Nancy and Marcia WEEKEI SPECIAL ALL GIFT ITEMS 61

called anti-bodies. A great battle takes place and it the anti- were In Gainesville Saturday.
bodies win the patient lives but If the toxin is the stronger, then the Woopeel Another December and By Iva Mae Lewi MEAT LOAF WILL BE !
the first day all usual I sang the I House" Warming Shower
patient dies.Medical above simple little song. I have I Mrs. Edgar Dukes waa honoredThursday Whipped Potatoes & Gravy CHRISTMAS WRAPPED

of this situation. Large com- Mrs. R. P. Lewis and Mr. and
science has taken advantage known It for years. I always sing
afternoon. Hostesses
a merclal laboratories now grow the diphtheria organism, collect the It every December. Somehow Ill Mrs. Ovid Lewis and daughter of with a House Warming Shower English Peas OR PACKAGED I

to destroy the part of It which causes symptomsand gives the right Christmas:Keystone Heights visited friends '
poison and proceed me just f were Mrs. Edd Polk, Mrs. G. W. FOR MAILING
death leaving only the part which stimulates the human body Spirit. It Is so very childish. I have and relatives here Sunday Davis, Mrs. W Jr. Dukes", and SOc t
units.'This harmless material also washed the windows Inside A .number of people attended .
to manufacture anti-bodies or protection Mrs. Harold Dukes. Games were .,.. ..
and hung up my red Christmas!' church services at New Hope Prizes
left Is called toxld. played. were won by Mrs.
The material Is thoroughly tested and proved to be without harm wreaths. I sang all the Chrlstmns Primitive Baptist Church Saturday Cora Stokes, Mrs. Joyce Castlin, Painstaking Care and Professional Skill are an integral part i
United States Health Labora- songs as I worked. I have my and Sunday. Mrs. Truby Hodge, and Mrs. J i
before it Is allowed to be used. The of for Our Prescription
of batch of toxld sold. A child taking Christmas boxes red ribbon and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry visIted W. Kelly. The honoree received every Prescription we compound you.

tories do this testing have a every little rise of temperature but the toxld cannot presents. but a few, on the bed Mr. and Mrs. Willie Watsonof many useful gifts. Refreshmentsof Service is available any hour of the day or night. Tele- It
treatment might
In the front spare bedroom. I have Archer Sunday. I IMr. cake and hot chocolate were "

cause disease. and will immunize also sent out about sixty cards. I and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and served. phone 61".

Your local Health Department has this toxld have that many more to addresu.. of Starke visited Mr. ,. ,. ,
protect your daughters ... ,. ,. .... ,
Your health department can I I I r
:your child free of charge. Inch a grand time as I have been. ,and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Sunday
child from many diseases and may save his life. Let them help you. having. Don has gone to Sioux>1: ;afternoon. .
City for the day. He Is buying cas-i T rsssius CARPENTER'S
!' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Knight of "
I kets and seeing about Maytag', A GRAND
TREE:
THE MKST DANGEROUS I tampa and Col. Ura Knight of
washers. He had to have some re- .
to the
What is the most dangerous tree in the world? According Lakeland visited friends and relatives "
of Yuletide pair work done. He sells washers. The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled
Its that symbol
National Board of Fire Underwriters, here Saturday.

cheer and good will-the Christmas tree. And the long and tragic I did ate not down get town any so dinner I would as notl the')'I'Ison Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas vis- e-,- -.e.e.ee.e.e.e.e--------wr.r.I ..-.-----.-;;

record of deaths. injuries and maimlngs-many to childrencausedby have to cook. I have a roast In the 'ted relatives In London Thursday

holiday no fires fully bears out that statement. oven for the evening meal. I have I' --

This certainly doesn't mean that you should not have a Chrlstma to bake two pies for the* church

tree. You should. But it does mean that certain elementary precautions doings tomorrow. They are haying -

should be followed to the letter, and kept constantly in mind. a bazaar.

It Is recommended' for Instance. that you buy a small trenIt I s You would laugh if you conld

less hazardous It should be placed well away from radiators healers see me now. Ha! I am giving myelf -

and the fireplace. Candles!! should never he used on the tree unde a Toni! permanent. It must

any circumstances Use only electric light sets which carry the proper stay up In the curlers over an hour.
So while the hair curls. I have a
safety standards.Don't .
pAle towel about head
green my
materials for decors
use paper, cotton or other flammable I have yet about three-qunrterH
tlon. If extentton cords are necessary be sure they're In good ron- of an hour left before It Is time to

ilitlon- frayed wiring Is a potent cause of electrical fires. Neve put on the neutralizer. So I can

leave the lights burning when the house Is unoccupied. Dispose o f have my vltU over with you all.

!gift wrappings promptly-.-they're a real menace Inside the house not I Had three lessons returned graded I

especially careful with matches and smoking materials, and finally,, from the University of Florida
fall. That mean I in the I I made.
get rid of your tree as soon as the needles begin to course am taking.
flame. two A'II and one A-plus. I am so
It's dry and ready to burst Into
happy over It. I have sent in the
Christmas isn't far off. It's time now to make plans for a holiday
made, lesson 10 now so will soon be one
beason which will be safe us well as Joyous. And once they're
half done. County Supt. here whoIs
stick with them. a lady will give me the final

exam. It Is fun, although work. i a

FOR ALL TYPES OF I Tuesday evening we went to .b a

CONTROL Coleridge to Don's brothers for a
PEST
six o'clock. dinner. We had turkey
WHITE OK PHONE and such a lot of fun. We of course

FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand all of us dressed up for the orcaslon. '
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Don wore his gray striped .
CHEMICAL CO.
suit with a gray silk shirt and the o
2130 N. ALA11AMA ST. TELEPHONE 2:>61-R lovely gray and red tie my son and

GAINESVILLE, FLA. wife sent him last Christ man. He ,
does like that tie. He wears It
Rodents All Household Pests .
Termites when t
I we go vlRltlng ."nty 1aM1( as
tree lawprcllonn. and KMtlmate: tilteii by iiruiluute The Indy front the farm just

EntoniologUu. (1'iilveriilty of Florida). now brought me two dozen eggs
and a gallon of swept cream. I

will churn tomorrow. I now eat a ,Ir
A AI Al
.
sort boiled
egg every morning for
reakfast. The lady U leaving the
CREWS SERVICE STATION farm and having a sale next week

so I will have to buy my cream ,


Sinclair Gas & Oils elsewhere I road a good thought the other

day. "If thy soul Is filled with

Goodness God will cause it to reJoice -
WASHING POLISHING GREASING
with Hal'pineMII.Ve can-

EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS not be happy really unlesi we
know we are doing the right thing
Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries To love the good and hate all evil '

I hales lies, and crime and any nation / \
TEMPLE A"E. OPPOSITE: COUNTY. JAIL that hold another in slavery:\<. I .

as the communists do. I love kindness -
s'
goodness truth and God I
love people. Think on these things.

R B ALVARE & SON T STORAGE AND CO. i that IIF.I4PFULUNTS.Is- not so expensive: A nice and gift yet
'
'Is always acceptable Is n yard n'print

and a package of rlckrack'hose We..dd..ren,roffal.1,,,,,?,.
b \\'e operate local who hove lovely nicks, ,
gee k
could launder and give those'to
so,. ft long distancen
some one who doesn't get them Ford It 30 ways new for 'SO packed! And the 50 Ford brings you power such
( YINQ y )w hereIn U.S. Here Is an Idea for wash pants. with improvements that make it the fine as you've never felt. It's 100 h.p. V-8

EXCEJ..I.ENTSTOCAGE Take the cuff loose and put a car of its field. For Ford brings you an power, delivered by the type of engine
good strong where it was
It snap smoother "Mid Ship" Ride wide
eveQ on featured in America's costliest cars (yet
tacked. Now
and wash.
just
unsnap
new foam rubber front seat cushion with
a 50 Ford V-8 costs hundreds less than
ap !Snap' back when you have Ironed.
S. new non-sag seat springs a new silent any other Eight hundreds less than most"Sines"
FACILITIES After I had done up my work in Ford's 13
safer
ride ways "Lifeguard"Body ). It's silent power-so quiet you
''I walked down to the post office
rl with more extensive body insulation can talk in
_
at
Agents For 4 and drug store this morning about whispers highway speeds.
and sealing in 41 areas. But you have to (drive It to believe it.
DelcherBros. ry Sec first i 0.3O: I stopped In the drug store

us I for my Toni wave refill. The druggist THE ONE FINE CAR IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD!
; isi a man nearing 80 but
rives hi/ own car and very spry
He was going down to the creek

----- lit the edge of town. where we all
donated money to have It stralgh-
tened. The water was rushing thru See. .. a Ifl

Scores in work and play. .. the new cut and washing It nice ,
deep bed He- said jump In and go Hear.
ruse this creek. So Digger and I and .

groceries Jumped In the Chevrolet
and drove the few blocks to Awa and Feel.
.
b' Creek. Then we hurried home.

: ; CpI w. C H.., They say we will not have floods. There's in your future
on the lower street now. the difference
//jf/MS/ hradmlnlttratiw
can<
Here la a prayer I received last

/ ... Christmas from the aged minis- .with future built in
: w.. at your .. a

thru athhtla Beware CoughsFrom

FORD DEALER'SANDREWS

Common Colds


That HANG ON

Corporal William C. Hunt of La. and alertness. For an active. Interesting ('.ft mwlion lieve*promptly because
Fayette, Alabama who has shown life where young men it goes right| lo he seal of he trouble
his administrative ability with can further their education and (o help loosen sail ..pelserm laden MOTOR
Third Headquarters at the same time receive good CO.
the Army pay phlegm! sod aid nature (o sooth* and
recognise the value of physical he recommends a career In the heal raw tender inflamed bronchial
fitness. He has found ample tuna U. 8. Army. Investigate, get tti. mucous rnemhrane Tell yourdniKn "
to continue with athletics which full details, see ;your recruiter to* to tell you a bottle of Crromulsion '

are helping to build his leadership day. with the un the way it quickly allay the cough
U. S. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING SEPVICfI or von are to have. your money Ita.k.CREOMOLSIOfJ. PHONE 118 bTARKE, FLORIDA ADAMS & MADISON STS.PAGIO .

OFFICE 'UUII.I>ING. STARKE, FLA.

EACH WEDNESDAY 9 A. M. TO NOON !fare .ughs.ChestColdsJrenchitia _



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.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1949 BRADFORD COCNTT TEI.KOKrn.. STARKE. FLORIDA ".\f.r. TltREB
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> daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ill ('I....... hart, nrodford ('0..'", Ally. for PIG 11-18 4t 18-9 Hnnvlllr. Klurldn

r LAWTEYL. Harry Mrs. Sasser Mae/ Wells last was Tuesday visiting in HAMPTON STATE FARM THERESSA Klorldm: Carlo lo FupancU'h tkmipvrrtiKnnalo Turco, Plaintiff 1-urco' Pnfomlant. viiHlanlnlava -'., In. 4.tr.nl,la* (1'h.srry.Alfred ......... Hrndrortl. ('oentyM'hrldal Any In Clrrull for I'lf('....,.. Hrodtoril_ ll-t 4t('Maly.1S-J1

II. rutchSASHKK Middleburg last Sunday.Mr ny.1Uno. M. C. SweeneyCounty B> Mnt. Bryan' \Vhltflolil By Florrie (InunnMr Can No. 7818. .1 Nslan I O ,Nelaon Hcfttnrtant Plaintiff.. ('ass VM No. 1MlihM Tfl.lOOrttrr ': .Klorlilnt' W. IN Ah.-1., 4, Niti.rry..Ifilm I'lHliillff, v... 14blloM .
Jackson frdrr of Pnblleatlea' and !xatlr." .. of l*: bllrntl.>M esd! Vntir.i ;I (. Abel ri'ffnilnnt. Cil.. Nri 7(132.(
.Tune Bullard of .... ,, .. ..... ,' rili-r < t'IIh11r.1luM and %.
%i>i> 'r.t) 01" rl.eltllll lot a I'M OK I'IOIIII to.1 <> llrotnprnr. In
RK-EL.FXTTED ville visited friends In LawVcy last Birthday 1'artv and Mrs. Marlon Sul'lvnnreturrnd 4tHnlHluvu F'uUanrlrh'Fare,, whoperenlilni'i .Ktlltb M. Neli..... whim r.lth''.".*.* I IJI.. "'r t TK .,.P< FIAIRIDe. t..
I nntl. 1ilr0NH' IH via trl.' 471 Tro"l.m.tie, 'range. New Klflw: M. \h..I l, wit. ." reeidenr.! Rn lU'VlroHM
In a very heated election Tues Sunday. Sing! j HereThe Mrs J. M. Bradley! was honoredat to their home In Miami lofnro t'BKKcellerl No SG TrleMte' Jersey" : 1, III 2101 W ii In nt HI"in-1, i'hlliidflphta !-
Mr. and Mrs. James Gill of Jack. Bradford County Slng,'rr her home Monday evening:, Italy f, \011' are rtiti1rot to Rpi. ,ear nn I "IVnnMylvunlii. ',
day H, L. Sasser the present son villa visited their soninlawand 'I Marcus Connor, of Rising dliectIng Dcrombwr 5 with a surprise birthday Saturday after spending several Von ore lath, "11'.1, t to npponr onn..cL'IIIh..r 1 ,Janiuirv, Ztnl I, I 19 all, .in t 110M uhovwituin I January Vein ant Kml rfiintifil 1 Ift'iii 'In,lo tn apitrnr.. HhnvnHm on
I' days here with his brothers, CU'Vtiland 19411:' III tlm ultii0iitnti ** t Marshall defeated his oppon..nt.t daughter, Rev and Mrs. Winter will meet on Friday night party Her don and! dnu'tht..r- ', *!! Court end rnuav, wlierolnpliilntlff | 'in ttff Hfckn tllvorr**. Irtnlf.rd I I plaintiffctk'n use. Bradford whrreln. .
t W. P. Kemp by a vote of 96 to ;33. Giddings, last Sunday. I i Dec. 9, at the First Baptist Churchof I in-Inw, Mr and Mrs. Leslie Brnd- and Albert. They were accompanied Bpckn dlvorro Ilradfnnlf'uunly "'..un'y, lfiri'Hph' shall piibllnh thin f'ounty. T'I""III.h l | 'hllll, pnhltMh, thin.
I t The other officers were unopposed James Wainwright. who Is employed Hampton, at 7:30: o'clock. Sing. Icy of Ktaike were hrnt.i The homo by Mr and Mrs. I, ,:; :"'r! In.Telegraph ni-xt rum sloth. \\onIlls ptthllfh| ImiuviVltn : :thloid Onl\'\.ttneHM r In nvxt niv four hit ne!weekly nml,' offlfla|HHUM. ) Ofd"r In next i > four hiiiul Mwekly' "'..t 1 IPHIIOIIvvitniHN .iffichilntal .
but received complimentary i votes l Ii Boatdraln and \ << H nix haiul and ?rO vhxe.at t anal 'nl r Htnrkr Flurltl.i.. 1IUK ;Nor ,
from fiat included lends
the ers Theressa. guest : Intimate C..I Albeit Sullivan who will flaikf. .it' Ktark 'I"'I" 'thin Now
In Jacksonville spent spend Kliirlila( Ilitv Novtmbrri I 19! 1IM' I
as follows: Mayor O. J. Anders other churches are expected to from the Farm and from Halford 16, l.UI(1J.'I'IAf.! ,10. I141!' .
HI-MI. A .T .. ,
relatives. I IPKU'IAI. ) ThrmwA
weekend here with the winter In Miami. I ( (o.'I.: 1 A .1 I
r 112; City Clerk L. H. Hill 9.1; for ,,attend. I and among: those present were Mr l Jo1.\1.1 .\.r Th..mn, AH PIrk, of Mil.hi' rli.rk I .>f Nnitl. c,.urt
City Council Charles Dlnklns 78, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shuforcl entertained I I B. F. Geiger of Gainesville spent An lik| !i.f said! ('urt, I'" 1f"1'"n ('rnsbv i 1. f'' Thnn"'J fly llnvpii. 'r".hv f.' fT
and Mm. Vance Geiger and Mr (Hv Haven. .'. .. .
of Law. I 'rnahY Ii Winton Parrish 77 There were a the young people Congratulation: and Mm. Reese Bradley and their lust' Friday here with his motherMrs T !frank I.niulruni, tftarke, Florlila, aiflt National Hunk 111 Ik1 1, Ally. for rif li-J 4t li-2.:
t total I of ii5: votes cast ley with a party at their home Well wishes are being extended Bonn of Jacksonville. Contest, and : Delaney Dickerson.Mr. -
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I Thursday night of last week. to Mr. and Mrs. Rex F. Brookins games afforded entertainment nndftrr I and Mrs. Percy Sullivan And
I. MASONS: IIAVE ELECTION I Lawtey school children had a recent Saturday I
l 01th..lr marriage the opening of lovely gifts' son of Starke spent last Sunday
At a regular meeting of the holiday last Friday while their November 26. Mrs. BrookinsIs
:cake and coffee were served. The with his parents, Mr. and Mrs C
I Lawtey Masonic Lodge.. Tuesday teachers attended a district FEA the former Miss Jean Sullivan Sullivan.We .
I II I piece de resistance among the decorations '
t evening the following officers were meeting In Jacksonville. of Starke. They are occupying a-I'
elected for the new year: L, H.Futeh. .I !Mr. and Mrs. Howell McCormlc'; j jof jpartmenls at the H. D. May res wan the dining room nrn sorry to know that Mrs !
I W.1 I ,table. Covered with a white I I'neu' L. V. Williamson Is sick In Shady
W. M.j; O. J. Anders S. ; Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. idence.
I J. H. Monds J. W.; Harry Wllk-: Catherine Teare last Monday af cloth It was centered with .n lowarrang..m'nt crest Hospital and 1 we hope that"
Plans are well under way for a of she will
I arson, Treasurer; H. C. Harley yellow chrysan soon be well and able to
ternoon.
Community Christmas Tree and \themums. Dishes of bonbons, tapers "
return to her home here. IlU.Yem'e bulk ) E
The W. M. Park
Secretary new appointed W. Hal Edwnuls of Orange.
I Program to be held In the School In tall holders and two beautifully
the following to serve: S. was attending to business in Luw-i, Eve. I J. A. Gnann, Bobby Hall and
i Auditorium, on Christmas di-coratecl cakes
C. Harley S. D; Paul Crawford tey last Saturday. I completedthe Earl Geiger were business visitor
The three churches of
Hamptonare
table!
I Jr., J. D.; R. A. Griff, S. S.; A. I O. J. Phillips. O. J. Anders D. 'Vf'nt.1( appointment. to Gainesville Saturday afternoon
this annual
sponsoring (
I C Pearce, J. S.; W. P. Kemp, Tyler B Harley, J. H. Monds and HarrylWilkerson Definite arrangements will be announced Bridge Clubs :MiTt Miss\ Irene Cochrane of McIntosh .
I ; D. B. Harley, Chaplain. I attended, the Misonlc later. Mrs. Dennis Pnncher was hostess was the overnight guest of her I i iI
Mr. and Mrs. Sasser of Raiford Lodge meeting In Lake Butler I at last week's meeting of theState mother Mrs. Bessie Cochrane
Mr and Mrs. R. D. of
Moon
I were guests of their son and Monday night. last week
Farm Brldgo Club entertaining
I II /
VnldoHta Ga..re Friday night 1
t 1 1
_ I_ -." __.1'-"a ....'.rtf I supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. at her home Wednosdiyjpln Mr and Mrs. Kirby Swindell of
I 'l.i..1.fWI'I"' '" I.fWI'I"'l.fWI'I"'l.fWI'I"'lJWI'"U'W""IJ1IjW"U'"IPJ"f''I.T' +" P"'VWI"""" II I It Lynn Hall. afternoon. Lovely potted plants Stailte visited Mr. and Mrs. James

I a charming effect to the Swindell here Sunday.
1 gave /
Cpl. Holland Brown of Orlando
l I rooms where. the tables were Mrs. Grace Brown of Palatka
visited his parents Mr. and Mrs.R. .
L. Brown last week

I Santa I Miss Madge Cay of Jacksonville'her guests served ambrosia their arilval.and cake Mrs to I I I Osborne here last weekend rOll MOXKY'S WORTH: YOUR MONKY' RICE
upon .
,{ was the weekend guest of Mrs. T. Sunday afternoon visitors at thr
F. Brown. I J. R. Kite hud high contract score home of Mrs. Delaney Dlckorson TIIKSK: ,t1: \S\ :MIUCK: OltCTln'H'r: : !Sl'fX'lI.S: !SKK: .l\. I'-\t'EI4|
t t and, Mrs. R. P. Stubbins held
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiland of second were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Geiger of
& Homosassa. spent several days high. Each award was on attractive Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Grand'! Prices (flood Through Saturday, December 10)
Suggests : t here last week.Hampton and useful "notion". In Geiger and daugther, Mary Lou
"bingo" Mrs. J. C. Wallace
teachers attended the! won of Jacksonville Mrs. Thornton
State Teachers ]Meeting In Jack "all occnslon" cards Johns and children of Hampton

: The Following Gifts : EI t sonville last Friday. Mr'. L. F. Chapman entertainedher Mrs. Merle Packham and Mrs NECKBONES lb. 1 Oc
p Walter Recher left last week Starke Bridge Cliito at a luncheon I:J. A. Gnann vi led Mrs. L. VVll-
I for his former home In Mamaro- at her home last Friday. Roses i 1 llaniHon In the Starke hospital ,
Parker Pens & Pencil Sets t neck, N. Y. where he has accepteda and chrysanthemums were beautifully Monday night.
position arranged In the rooms. used I
Grade; "A" stressed & Drawn .
' Ronson & Zippo Lighters Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth Mrs. C. for the party. Those present IP -
L. May Mrs. Fred Dodd and Mrs. addition to club members were II

. C Tie Clasps & Cuff Links!' t May Sweeney were Christmas Mrs, Herbert Rltch. Mrs. T. C I Ga. FRYERS & Fla. HENS, lb. - - 49c
shopping In Jacksonville Monday. Tipton, Mrs\ Lex Green and Mrs.J. 111 I IS

Key Chains & Watch Chains Wainwright/ all of Stnrke

Expansion Bands GIVESFAST ]Mrs.High! J.club W. Kincaid prize was and awarded high guest to ROAST &
PORK
I 1 1 II prize to Mrs. Wainwright 29 C
Charm & Identification Bracelets Misses June and Peggy Cald- S SIDES lb. E

RELIEF I woll hud as their respective overnight
a Masonic & Eastern Star Rings I ( when COLD (:'nests. during the weekend 'iaaheview I ; '
Misses Hurbnra Bunch and Joan

a Birthday Rings MISERIES STRIKE I Carpenter of Sturke. Sliced BACON Ib. 29c I Whi BACON lb. 21c

Mr iiiul Mrs.. .1. T. CogcJ'll/ of -
Diamond & Wedding Rings I Knoxvllle, Tenn. arrived Wednesday .-I -

R Pearl Beads HOWARD'SCull \ ]RffLenrton t" visit. The Mr.T..nn."o.and Mrs.visitor'K,. P' ,\ Mo SUGAR (with order) 5 Ik - - 29c

will ,
a t upend the winter months hen
Fostner Necklaces & Chokers
I and with other relatives In othei I

S Coat &. Dress Pins Florida points. I 'ee Sew TALL Seaflver SALMON!' 35c
U Mrs. P H Crews and Mrs. B P'I I can - -

Baby Pins, Lockets, & Chains Ii syyICBC ,fUuddliig, visited Mr. and Mrs. J I/r
(! W Woodward at Cnmp islanding I
;
Knife & Fork Sets, Silver Cups [,flllnd.I1r.,:\,. Red Ring' CORN No. 303 cans 2 for - 25c

,
Electric Clocks [ and Mrs. W. O Strlngfel-/ when you have enough
!
I
.
low had MS their dinner guests at

.5 Bulova Hamilton & Elgin Watches 'noon' Friday Mrs.. J. M. Brownlei* Windstorm Insurance Florida Gold Orange Juice No. 2' lOc 1 46 23c
b end! Mrs. Flail: Johnson! and heijrhlldien We Sell ) : en. ; oz. en.
Knives C7 i Jimmie and Holt of it
Cull on iM.for reliable drug Starke.Mr .

t Many Other Lovely Gifts To Chose From I and health IIPINU, at worthwhile I diiiiKhteis and: Mrs. Cynthia Ra'ph Cox and Prix nnIt".ir Charley E. Johns LETTUCE. Head lOc I I TOMATOES lb. cln. ISc

i .,n/lug|
I tin .xrrnpiiloim rvarinrH which j I Mr, Gerald Cox and their\ thigh/ '........ Agency CELERY I ORANGES doz. ICc
( IS : KI.\. I
HTAKKK. T&
I ters, Mary n. and Lois Irene, ofOrlando - -
Gem i
Jewelry ({CMInto e\cry Mlnitle prescription were luncheon /guests ol

| un fill. I Mr and Mrs. R. II. Cox SaturdayMr -

1 and Mrs R.V Brunner ... .... BANANAS v'
3 pounds 23c
Seaboard Watch Inspector t rilONK; 79 spent Saturday night and SundRY t.Frwsrhlns" THE TRAVEt.I'fK.0''f .
,with Mr and Mrs. Jack Nelson In .
STARKE. FLA. Tempiniie tmrke, Flu. : -- '
L Jacksonville.' --- .. -. .. -- -


(}"o-.o--.Q- (} -o .I} (}>o-a.o-. ,I Mrs.Mr.J and. O. Mrs CAldwell C. M! attended Turney and the < .

gIrT' IRI.mI1NIiIInAa'I'' '. XIAXa'IWRIIAMRYIXINInYaIIMAIRI11pLIN.ni.. / / yNl 'IR WIaWaItl IlMli''IMIaAINa4rA/nA71ai'umt' / '' ",Ileirnne,, ,. .' 'Mlln'xllAlplll use!!!! I Friendship It.hie, Class supper a* I "'Ii
,| the Presbyterian center In Stark' |I ,
I t !el Friday evening. :
"DON'T FORGET | :
i I Mr IIn,1frIO.! M K. Griner via i iltt LJuring./949 '
>d relatives And friends In Jack i I Isonvllle .
Sunday. 1 1fr. !
r- !\ and III.IOI..J C. Wallace spent 5

M' J TO REMEMBER" j"1 the, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. erred Truck *.

I Dan IJrynnt In ..Inrknnnvllle.Mr I i pr/ fy users :
anti l Mrs. W O. Strlngfelkl I
'nw were dinner /guests of Mr. and I)
Santa 4i Mrs fieorue/ Mantissa" In Green I

.[ Cove Springs Hundiiv The nextCHEVROLET :
,"I.! Mr. and 1 Mrs If. 1 K Tyus and I over

J I, their nuns. Kenneth and Harold ill illji
USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN .
I < of Stark 'vore supper guests of
:Mr. and Mrs. J. O Caldwell I
r' SatJf-
WHILE: STOCKS ARE: COMPLETE: I two makes
day. The orrnxlon was the birthIdxv I ji
anniversary of Mr Caldwell ,
I Do Your Christmas I Mrs ,J. M. nrmllry was In Jack:

Shopping Karly I new aonville granddaughter Monday to ,visit Gloria her IIttll'I j I : zned
com
nraclley daughter of Mr and Mrs I I
,
r8 ,
1 r J r y | Jlmmle' Kntdley. of that city 1 .
I I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Williams. ofF I ,

'SCIIWINN ;i Pierce ram Sunday to IIIJlII I H rN

j| Mr and Mrs. J. I. Williams Oth., I I r
BICYCLES 41.95 66.95
; to -recent'' visitors of Mr and Mi, 1 .
"
t r, Wllllnms were Mr and Mrs..lnhr.
Willlnms and their, young': wj ::' 1
x ; IIOKS.MAN: I" Clifford. .if Tall".h"SHce who wet:

a hen Hntiirdty and .SundayI ,
DOLLS 2.98 6.98
; to I !Mr and Mrs W O. Krgrari i iMIsn

6 ra J 1 Virginia( FIngram: "fonnv'! .
Enirrnm unit Delbert Crews spi itHundiiy I I

IIOKSMAN: In .1..ck..nv'II. ,' with Mr 'I
; '\land l ]Mrs. Charles Snyder j 1'l1ATCEESI6JV TRUCKS
Bride Doll 5.98
13-in.
;, Mrs. Nell.. HfHVem. who ,a
rt t' making an extended .stay with II'I i
nu'ti' ; and Mrs.. W. N. North visited !

and Mrs. If. <}. Davis, .Ir IP I ....
Cash 3.79
Registers (Gainesville for several dav. r

I Rev. and Mr.. I. A Shepherd/ '

;and Mrs. Calvin Willlnms and Itttl! i
SENIORHOLSTERS This!' overwhelming preferencestems
PISTOLS and (iSherrle Williams were overnight

1.19 to 4.98 Tinker Toy Set Z25METAL I guests of Mr and. Mrs. G c. IllehfanJflon from just one fact :
: j In Crewent City Sunday I y


ELECTRIC *.. ,......
& PLASTICTEA In IrrMlf < orf Ilredlord ? Chevrolet
l-'lorltlrt 1.'A..r..... tracks
TRAINS 12.95 to 27.95 FIIKH:. <>I ti \v..ir-, fuineirr., v.. M'''P. give
SETS 1.79 1 & 1.98 r- *! 1* (Wolf. lerenriunt r'a.. No

.76"...... .f P.. .."/........ A ,..._ ..
MOTOROLA toiOTir. *f\Jt: If t.'M>HIIII ..
Mlsresrst, I.. w..lt. whose the
nr/denr./
(I. 21 r".yOOt.*,(.'l. roluinlMiM' :I. morejbr moneyl
RADIOS, 16.95 to 59.95 MOBO PONY 29.95 (lnl You<: a," r.gnlr.d t. eae.sr as ?
Jan. I, 1950. In Ib" .b"Ye namedI'auvt l
and ....., wherein ptnlntlffe '
"
1 TOYS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY k ki ..k. dIYo..... Hrftdforif conntyTrlncmph ;
I. oh. .ll "..bll... fhl* t>,de..' 1919 r.lUltllHI.d on incainpUt" but conclusive nattonwU rrtitlratii ( '...
'In ".wt four wvelilir 'ltmt f., vi
I Witness my hand. "n" offlrla1p.al '
nl lit.'''.. Florid. thin Nov
i FARM HOME, & AUTO SUPPLY 'ft. !...,. .
j ((, 'CIAL A*",,'l..H..rk) nf A. said J, Thorn'ourt*. .

". Haven ('rD.".. n. r..
144 West Call Street Pl.mlntf, Jon.. H.*olt' Holla. liartt -
.. ,
Nallonul' Hunk f"1lltdlnlll. k-
,..-, .. -- ..,- __'__ .._, __. !"_.. ... onvlll. Flarl4a. .
Ally tot Plf 12.4t U-tJ





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FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1&44
FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIT .


Baptist Circles Christmas Program I Birthday Party I Now's The Time To Plan Improvements an the excellent ground. Stable mulch. manure make ':

Hold Meetings Enjoyed By MembersOf For Anne MatthewsMadge Of Home Grounds, Demonstration. Agent Says, It the area near the home is. .
rather bare the first step in beautifying :
," \ \ 'I'ho circles of the WMS of the Junior Club Anne Matthews celebrated Winter is the time to be thinking These give the effect of tying the It may very well be plant- :

First Baptist Church met Tuesday Members of the Junior Woman',I her 6th birthday anniversary about Improving the appearance of building to the ground.; Many people ing a few trees. Perhaps there are i,

afternoon at 3-OO=. o'clock. I Club enjoyed their annual Christmas last Saturday, December 3 the grounds around the house, says make the mistake of using' dogwood redbud swamp willows :
Th Lorena Epperson Daisy held with a party at her home on Miss Dorothy ROBs, Home Demonstration small pines or cerdars for foundation or small pines or cedars in near In-. ,
Fowler and Ida' Darby Circles met: program on Thursday Church Street given by her Agent. Attractive plant In few they woods. January (in a good lima.for :
I planting' a years
evening, December 1, at the Club
RNII1t'n'e June Caldwell orrlo'fl In the. Church for their regular House. mother, Mrs. E. L. Matthews. ings can often be managed wltn !ook more like trees than shrubs.If moving these trees in Florida..

Ph. State Farm 43 Editor Phone 29 I l monthly meeting and annual l Decorations throughout the home little or no cash outlay by using foundation planting has already Small trees are easier to move an.I

. Christmas paity. There were 59 Mrs. H. H. Adams, President, carried out the Christmas theme wild shrubs vines or young trees, been dune, there may be one much more likely to live. tI t
.
... 4 members present. presided over the business meet- which was highlighted by the or by exchanging\ cuttings, bulbs or more unsightly spots in the yard I

New Year's Dance Musical Tea PlannedAt The and Church lighted was decorated( Christmas with club Ing. New were members Mrs Bill voted McRae Into and the: lighted Christmas tree in the din. or seeds with neighbors.First I where plants can be used as a ADDRESSESMrs. ;

holly a Mrs. D. L. Nix. I Ing room. make a plan. Think of the; screen. If these plantings are cared
To Be SponsoredBy Woman's Club tree.The The dining table was centered plants In masses rather than as In-' for for the first three years, they Lettie Parker from Jacksonville
devotional was given by Arrangements of poinsettias >
ClubThe with the birthday cake which was dividuals. Plants known to be adapted will almost take tare of themselvesafterward. to Starke.
Junior Members of the BHS Band will Mrs. L. D. Halnes. were used In decorating the build- weeds out anddead Cpl. D. Hardenbrook 530 Orel. I
and dec sat
covered with white Icelng locally usually prove most Keep
Junior Woman's Club Is b6 heard at a musical tea Woman to be The circle leaders, Mrs H. T I ing. orated with miniature holly leaves isfactory.For wood trimmoil off but do not I HAM Co., APO 246. San Fran t

sponsoring a dance on New Year's given by the Starke afternoon, Thomas. Mrs F J. Shaw: and MrsH. Mrs. D. L. Thomas program and berries and green candles. :I thoi-e who are making a cultivate too much around the base cisco, Calif.
Club on Wednesday L. Brownies, presided over the' chairman, introduced Mrs. F. B desirable Cpl. J. H. Ga aeU, 1303 Shep'I)
USO the It i is particularly
31, at the of plants.
December be.
Eve December It, at 3:30: o'clock. 'I Favors for the occasion were start perhaps the best place to
Plans Beard who told l "The Chrlstmns St. NW, Washington I
business meetings. were pherd D C.
9'00 to let the leaves that drop
at
:
Building, beginlng p.m. candy Santa Clause and Christ gin is around the foundations of
featuringthe Swing-Tet Orchestra. Mrs. K. Q. Duncan will have made for Christmas baskets for i Story", and later several songs] mas baskets filled with nuts. Ice the house. Choose plants that have off In fall lie on the ground underneath A. J. Finley from Hawthorne J
charge of the program. Special the needy and canals for the were sung by a girls quartette served,I and branches the plants. The leaves will to Rt. 2, Box 134 2.3, Gainesville.Fla. .
cream and punch were spreading drooping
guests will be teachers of the young people during Christmas.The accompanied by Mrs. L.. A. valuable mulch on, .J
rot and make a
Mm. Clifford Hazen Is Chair Sihool. canova'i with the birthday cake.Mrs. I that almost touch the ground.
Bradford High I
\
consisted of Christmas Delicious
were
man of the dance with Mrs. S. Q program Matthews was assisted", In -
Hostesses on thin occasion will carol sung by Misses Helen served by the hostess committeeMrs. i. I II
Denmark as Co-chairman. Members serving the young guests by 1111's.Jamee
of the Little Woman's Club be Mrs. E. D. Tunly Mrs.. J. B Halnes, Joan Tenly Patsy Bentoi Millard Judd. Mrs. K. J. Dow-I Malone Mrs. H. H. Adams

will assist with the arrangements Cottrell, Mrs. "1. K. I'errymai. and Kline Lawson and a Christmas ling Jr., Miss Della Rosenberg and Mrs. Norbert Szymczar
lending by Mrs. K, B. Beard Miss Garnlta Hutto and Miss' I PRICEMARKSi
Several committees have been I Mrs. A. F. SaulM, Mrs. Willie "Who Gives This ",'a8t." Evelyn Newsome Those Invited to enjoy this affair !
appointed. They are Decorating !Mae Denton, Mrs. Suet Whig I with Anne were members of her
Following the the Mrs. Homer Swmdall new'I
Mra. T. W. Attaway. Miss Garnlta Mra program! a school class, her paternal grandparents
ham, Miss Madge Whlghiim 1 (
Mrs. i hostesses Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. honorary member entertained
Hutto Mrs. Jack Traswick Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews
Richard R. J. Davis, Mrs. C. J. Frazier, Rufus Hutchlngs, Mrs. Jesse Now- with several piano selections Gifts I I II _
John fleas and Mrs. Ray; her maternal grandparents
Mrs. Mrs. C. A, Knight Mm Rustic! some, Mra. Paul Raymond and .were llstrlbuted from a gaily;
Tickets, Miss Lillian Stump, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton and
W T. Jackson Mrs. H. A. Bishop Norman and Mrs. Gi-urge Flynn. Mrs delicious Freeman refreshment Register; Jr., served lighted Christmas Tree I I Miss Madge Middleton. II III i EVERY ITEM

Jr., Mrs. Leslie Biggs; Miss Freddie I I

Wimberly, and Mrs. Lawrencebugger 'Woodman Circle I, The Doris Knight----; Circle held Birthday Party I Friendship Class
Food Mrs. A. B Baker
Mr*. Vernon; Silcox, Mrs. M. O To Elect OfficersStarke its regular monthly meeting .on For Hope HollidayMrs. Elects New OfficersAt 9 :
Tuesday night, December 6, in
McMillan and Mrs. Glen Wood. Grove No. 278 of thSupreme the Educational Building of the A, N. Holliday entertains I. Supper Event I '

Forest Woodmen Circle First Baptist Church. last Wednesday afternoon at :, .j : IN THE STORE
B&PW Club o'clock with a party honoring her The Friendship Bible Class of r
will meet In regular "session on Mrs. C. A. Knight co-chnirmun, daughter. Hope, on her 3rd birth. the Presbyterian Church enjoyeda j fe ,
To Sponsor BingoThe presided In the absence of the
Tuesday December 13 at the day. fellowship supper Friday evening 4
Woodmen Circle Hall. chairman Mrs. J. A Griffin. 2, at 7:30 o'clockIn '
December :
Business and Professional There 26 members and About 45 little guests were In
were one the School Room. Throrrnslon To Make It Easier For You To
At this meetingofficers will Sunday
Woman' Club of Starke In spon visitor present. vtted to enjoy this affair with the 47
was the climax of an attendance 'S I
coring a bingo party on Friday be elected for the coming year. honoree. J
Christmas carols
were
Mrs. Andrews
sung contest Guy
December IS, at 7:30: p m. at the Following the meo-ting there with Mrs. D. L. Thomas at the I After games were enjoyed In the and her 'earn entertained I I
Edward's Recreation Center. will be a covered dish supper and Check Your Food Purchases
St. yard for several hours, the guest
piano. Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., Mrs. Billy Jackson and her team. ---
Following* the games refreshments "tacky party" Such member Is the devotional. Mrs. J. L. were invited into the house 'foi ,z' ,
will be served. The public Is cordially asked to bring a covered dish and gave cake and Ice cream. The table was I A Christmas motif was carried 13i
invited. to come in costume.HOLIDAY Lawson secretary read the minutes out by the table decorations and Because every article at your A&P store has the pricelow
I and called the roll. centered with the lovely birthday
_.. cake which was covered with green arrangements of flowers placedat marked right on It-you can easily keep track of what you
After the business and .
meeting of Interest.The "
reports from the committees, Icelng and held three Santa Claus points are spending as you shop easily check your purchaseswith
candles. Each child group was entertained with
r Mrs. W. J. Dodd, program chairman was presentedwith your A&P cash register slip as you're putting them a-
a cluster of Christmas bells Christmas music rendered by MrsH.
assisted by Mrs. O. L. Lln- tied with red ribbons. G. Peyton, soloist, and Mra. E.1 way. That moans you can always be absolutely sure that
sin, Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mra. R I
Davis pianist.A are gettingthe best possible value for every cent
L. Alvarez and Mrs. D. L. Thomas Mrs. Holliday was assisted by IM. y you you
gave an Interesting program on Mrs. Roy Bryant. Mrs. H. II business meeting followed at \ spend and paying the correct price for every Item you buy.

"Christ the Answer for the Adams, and Mrs. Merrill Struth. which time officers were electedfor We thii
SPECIALS a.. the think price-marking policy will save you time and
ensuing year. They are ae
World. Those enjoying this affair were;:
follows: President, Billy Jackson, trouble and. make your A&P store a bctter-than-ever place
During the social hour delicious Linda Cooper Martha Jane and
Vice President Mrs. James Bunch. i to shop.' Stop in and see If you don't agree t I
rrf refreshments were served by Becky Phillips, Jane Ward Jane Secretary, Mrs. W. J. Epperson

/ Mrs J. L. Lawson Mrs. Ewell Adams, Betsy Hayes, Dottle Bryant Jr., Treasurer, Guy Andrews.
Lawson and Mrs. Leslie
Biggs.
Nancy and Patty Adelshcfmer, The next business meeting and! FRESH HOLIDAY FRUITS DRIED FRUITS

!MACHINE rf t, The Business Woman's Circle Beverly Baker Karen Biggs, Mar- supper will be held in the homeof ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney al .
MACIIINELESS.COLD 1 met on Tuesday evening, Decembers Ian Green, Richard Wainwright,, the State Farm. NUTS AND GARDEN-FRESH VEGETABLESSNOBALL
6at 7:30:: o'clock' the Philip Graham Vicky Struth Jim. ,

01' Educational Building. my Blackshear, Mike\ Anderson,

Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, circle Jim Lewis, Cathy MrClane Linda Glee Club ProgramThe

(,chairman presided over the business Simmons C. Smith S. G Denmark .
WAVE $5 meeting. The devotional was Jr., Freeman Register, III. BHS Glee Club will give a
Christmas music at
given by Mrs Mildred Gary Harris, Loe Gardner, Lee program of
Doyle.
Red Delicious APPLES 2 Ib. 23c
the school
Moore, David Sllcox Murla Wall auditorium Thursday -_Large Heads -
Mrs. Justine Pellum program I evening. December 13 at 7:30:
Diana and Gall Edwards, Susan
COMPLETE: chairman conducted a panel discussion rtm. The public Is cordially Invited
Wiggins, Richard Fowler Richard
Globe." on "Peace Encircling the Miller Seleta Thomas, Keith to attend. CAULIFLOWER25c Florida OR'ANGES, 8 Ib. ba-g 29c
Assisting in the program -
ALSO on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Carlisle, Buddy Bishop, Barbara o
were Mrs. Muriel Gay, Mrs.
of each week Martha Futch, Mrs Thelma Dink- Barkadale, Margaret Colson, Betty Beta Sigma PhiThe '
Jean Martinez: (>bhle Fay Smith Fla. Goldenheart CELERY 2 for 19c
SHAMPOO $ Ins, Mra. Bertha Fuller, Mrs. ,
Carol! Broadway,, and Ken I : Kyle Gamma Theta Chapter olBeta 2
Lewis Halnes, Mrs. Gloria
SET, andCreme 1 King I Sigma Phi Sorority will hold

t Christmas carols were sung Miss Feinberg Weds lit regular bimonthly meeting Fresh CARROTS 2 Ige. bu. 25c
, I Rinse With Mrs Jean Thomas at the Monday, December 12, at the home -

;, piano.At. Alex Robbins Nov. 20 of Mrs Eddie Hartmann at 8 0" EUEIW-60's;

Lorraine Champion and Mural Gardner, the close of the business clock. All members arc requestedto
meeting refreshments were served The marriage of Miss Edna Fein- be present. Wash. Winesap; APPLES, 3 Ib. 29c

Operators t by Mrs. James Deaver, Mrs.,,,berg;' daughter of Mrs. William LETTUCE

Shirley Potlet and Mrs Jean I Feinberg and the late Mr. Fein- J
PHONE 18 Thomas. 1 berg of Quincy and Alex Robbins NO. 1 WHITE Loose or Bagged

1 ion of Mrs. Rose Robbins! *and the

Fair Beauty Salon P-TA Will Meet late was solemnized Mr. Robhlns at the of home Gainesville of the 2 for I9c Potatoes 10 lb. 29c :

Lady 11 Tuesday, Dec. 13 1 rlde's mother on Sunday afternoon RR : ,
1
1 Nov. 20, at 3 o'clock. :
Call Street at RailroadXMAS The PTA will meet on Tuesday
"
Rabbi Julius Kravetz of TnllalasHee wy
Dec. 13 In the school library at DEXO 3 lb. tin - 75c
._ _ .. ... .. -- performed he cermony. ,
I OLEOMARGARINE
lb. 19cJomt
--
3U: p.m. Mrs. Sarah Glddlngs, Mr. and Mrs. Robert V Spencerof -
The bride was music Instructor will present the Keystone Heights announce the White. HOU-M
tly 1 her brother, Robert Felntx-rg. Parker ;I
rog'ram and will use as her topic, birth of a son Thomas Watson, on
of I> New York City. The bride- MILK 3 tails 6 smalls 34c
"The Child and the Fine Arts". Nov. 22 In Shadycrext Hospital. or FRUIT CAKES, 3 lb2.45;
groom's brother, Leon Robbins
Hostesses on this occasion will I ''Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Padgett oil

GIFTSUGGESTIONS be the second grade home room 'was'An best afternoon man. dress of spruce Brooker announce the birth of a lona PEACHES, No. 21/* can 21c lona( TOMATOES, No. 2 en. 12c =

mothers. daughter, Margaret Carol on Nov I
Plans for the annual Christmas 1 blue taffeta was worn by tho bride. IS: In Shadyrrest Hospital. lona FLOUR 25 lb. bag 1.39 Dixie Spice Drops 33c
made 1 free hat was of feathers and her -
were at meeting
parties a In Sow
Recent births Shadycrest
gloves matched her dress. Her ror-
of home room mothers held in I
FROM THE SMART SiiOPPELadies' ; the Womans Club on Thursday 1 sage was a bronze orchid. pltal were: I i" 'a Planter's
Mr and Mrs. Diva Morris of I
ot last week. At the close of the Mrs. Robbins was graduated: J
meeting, Mrs J. R. Wainwright, from FStT where she was a member ,Starke a girl, Eliza Elizabeth, on A'P SELLS ONLY FINE QUALttY"SUPERRIGHT PEANUTS 30c
,
November 20
------------ ----- hospitality chairman and her. 1 of Delta Phi Epsilon so' vial\

59c committee, served refreshments! sorority I Ito For the past several years II Mr. and Mrs Fred Victor of Key "MEATS Peter PanPeanut '
Plastic House Slippers the -15 mothers present. I II she has been a member of the stone Heights a boy Roy Alb..rtIon

I 'Gadsden School faculty November 27. .Butter 33cUbby's
JACK hl'KAT SIJCEU;
--" Mr. Robbins attended the ITni'erslty Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harris of
-
Ladies' Satin House Slippers 1.79 of Florida and is a mem- I FUlford. a boy, Curtlss .T09..phon :BACON lb. 47c
-
.
social fraernlty I November 23.
her of Tau Epsilon Phi:

Other from 2.98 to 4.95 D Aa BII C II IITARKE I lie Is engaged in business I Mr.. and Mrs. B. E. Akrldge of : Vienna Sausage 18c
Slippers In Gainesville and Ui also an aainrlate Sarke, a girl. Alma Jane on December PilPllC

-- -. -- -- FL':,' 1''ISun. In Robbins store in Starkn 2. I' (; HAMS. lb. _ 35c

.. .. ---- -- Libby's SpaghettiEnd
Panties --
Lovely Pajamas Gowns Slip j 4 .1 II --
'
., Mon., Tut'.. Dec. 11-13 I LEAN WESTERN PORK CHOPS
FOR LADIES & CHILDREN & Meat Balls 23c

_.- ----- ROSEANNA I Cuts, lb., 37c Center Cuts Ib.. 59c -


All Wool Sweaters from 1.98 to 9.95 McCOYFarley I V XU V Herman's Orange Band WEINERS, lb. 45c'SUPERRIGHT' JJhb"5 I ;

Granger, Oiaa. IMckford, ANNOUNCINGthe TOP Beef Stew 39c '

Beautiful Robes for Ladies and Children Ka>nK>n
-.-- -- -- .. .. .--- lint "Thin I.. ,America CajuuU QUALITY HEAVY Uhby's .

Call. A color cartoon "Coo i opening of WESTERN BEEF : ,
SUITS Priced from 14.95 to 19.95 Vio Bangle"Vrd : -<:c Potted Meat 14c

-- .. Chuck Roast, lb. 59c f' ; :;, .
-- ---- Floristat
The Clar Jean ;.

Children's DRESSES 1.98 to 4.95 \ Thur., Dec. 14. 15 Kilt or ii. : 9 IJlby'aBrisket .

\ (SIZES 1 TO 12)) IH'B'.E KEVTVRE: the new location Stew, lb. 33c J Corned Beef 35c

.
--
TIMBER a res s ;
Ladies' & Children's HANDKERCHIEFS 234 East Call Street I Ground Beef. lb. 53c
l>.in Rally Andy Dt'\In.Nt <>
... .- .\ ) SCOCO, 4 lb. 73c

Lovely NYLON HOSE 79c to 1.65 Friday December 16th SOAP FEATURES

-- .. BACK STREET A.U'

('has. Boyer Margaret 8nlllv.n LIFEBUOY Regular Bar 7c
Real Western COWBOY BOOTS FLOWERSFor Ketchup, 8 oz. 14c


For Children -. 4.95 to 8.95 PrL 8.'<'. 16, 17 WOODBURY'S, Regular Bar 3 for 23c IUm. Dale No. 3 ran
'
IHII'nLB FEATUREBorrowed

Trouble ALL OCCASIONSMrs. SWEETHEART, Bath Size 2 for 21c Sliced Pineapple 33c

COWBOY SUITS 1.49 & 1.98 I "
With Bill Boyd .

_._ ANDThat's DUZ Large 26c a
----- -------- ,
Elizabeth Nasworthy

The Smart ShoppeEast With Jimmy My llnruta Boy Mrs. Onota Peyton OXYDOL, Large 26c I

I'Iu' r..lur cartoon "Uawallan1I0llday" I
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FRIDAY.' DECEMBER 0. 1910 BRADFORD COUNTY TEXJCORAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIV
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Mr. and Mra., J. A. Martinez of Order your Photographic (,'hrilltm. of arc. 2R, twp. 7 S. range> 22 K. nt stnrho. I-i| >rlilii. thin l I'..fcmt>nrUH Mary Nlmmervul livfeiiilant Cnn? County, T,"IricrHlih' shall| || publish this

facksonvllla spent Thursday afternoon ... ..rani -I lolly nod. ('.01 Mr. and Mix. J. K. Douglas of I.( 1145.>'11\1. SRAI: ,) A. .J. Tl.omnn, 1 I No.Order 7H4II..>. Pnhllpntlon Anil N...lr. Tnppmr I, Ordnr\Vitnei.In .nnvt inv. fi>Imnil lir ;weekly anti: offIcial issues' (

with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. era and Gift Shop. Starko to Mr. and Mm. II. C. An i-lnrk, ,of ...lcI l Onurt < .,.t. of Vlorliln. Tin. seal nt Hlnrki. florldn. I hilt D.....
5 8. 7 n" Haven rroiiby. [. C'. Mary Nlmninririit. wh..... ..*..hl..n. *' 7. I l-Uli
Redgrave. On their return they Tax AIIMeSllor Guy Andrews In Douglas of Brouker Lots Any for I'lf. la-n u is-a IH IIMi "ol"m"V" Ontario.Culirornln. ', (OKKIOIAI.' HF.A 1.1) A. J. Tliomn.
vere accompanied by their little and 8 of block 1.1. In Ward City, .. :I i An ('lark < mill Court.!
conference of the :
attending a .
lit C Irrult (miii. Hrntirttrtl 1'iinnty You at,, ''''1,1..d to flnpHP nn.faniKtry 1 liv llnv.-n ;i'i.o.lV..: l Ii. C.:
laughter Betty Jean who ha Florida State Tax Assessors' ire S, twp. 7 8, ranK: 20 K. Klirltlni In 4 hNnrery.llulirnril uth 1UAO. In I tho nliovAnnm John J. ll.ni.r.ou. >. I 119 N..wn..i.
-- JavkKiin, rinlntlrr., vx Ail .*.l Court ami ratine, wherein, 1 Htri-rl.. J.i.'kxoiivlllit I Klorliln
the of her granilpar-
c; _* lecii /guest Aiworlatton In Pensacola this In flriMtft ('unit.. llrnilforifl ('OUIIIY. i dl I., :M\rrM" JuckHun. I llefvluliint. ,'.ts" plaintiff n...ka illvorvi. Bradford I, Ally for I'lf u-'j 4t 1J3HAnn's
'nts, Mr. and Mra. Joe Martinez, eek. Mr Andrews Is acting Klorli'm. In t hntiorrr.AKIIPN ; No. 7lHOrl ) .
Cnnnollv..l I'lnlnllff. Y. \\'llllnm 1- .. .r 4it nHlli'Ntlim n..il \..tlr* tntniirnr.
------ ----- or the pant week. decretory of the state group and Connolly. .I..r..t l a'..... .No eil K: OK KIOIIIIIV t.vlAddiH
Special wool double will have the, 7535. I :11)'eta" .1.liifknoiihnNt, ri'Hltlfiire
part u on
part
Friends will regret to hear of :\11.... A. W. Anderson Sr.. llr..t.Snm t. program'It ......-. of Vublli'itllnn. mid .,,.lle. In IN tinkmmit: I Bakery & Coffee
conference.Dr. .
blanket $3.95: ; at STUMP'S.Mr. : the \imrnioTtri! OK KI.IIHIIIt lot Y iu uru rwqiitifil t it> iiniumt.. ou.InIUIHry Shop
the death of Mrs. W. B. Fox at AndcrHcin and Miko Anderson! and Mra. O. J. McOrlff spent and Mm. T. O. Rltch of JackRouvtlle \\.I I I mill. I Connolly, "h..... imlitrm-e nth. I'trnl, ). In I tiilahoy.. ..
in Tampa on December spent afternoon In In i Clo Shnrkpy! Tiixl 1 "..nl,'.. Nli,- "IC"I" Court. untl I itiiMe. wh.*riiiplitlntlff
home Saturday
her : SundRY afternoon In Gainesville Kpont Sunday afternoon ...u mill I \laiiliiitiiiii' Avvnui Itrook- HPt-kii Ulvorif 1t'n.I.1, l Sandwiches' "Place Orders
:3 She was, known here an MINd Gainesville. visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. .1. McOrlff Ivn. NeW York I County; TrlPKrnphhull: thiiOnlr >
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Mrs. :
visiting Carrie Hitch uivl I :
McCormick of Gainesville. You nrc inquired, la ti on I In neat four. a ekii SMIleS Hot I
Dos
Besule Miss Joan Carpenter of Gaines. Jr.. and Mrs. Y. A. Harris Mr. and MrA. II. C. Brown. Jnntiniy:::, lull. :. ;1'i.Mi!: ( In : r.I.OI.CI%it i Wltni'HH, ntv' htind ii nl l itffl*''ml I ..*..1 I NOW
Minn Janet Anderson of Jacksonville vllle was the guefit of her parents Mr. and Mra. Edward Charbnnneau tiunuMl &',,"rt nml riiUHH Mluri, .lnpliilntlff lit "'",'k.*. Klurlilii, ihlf I liiicninhfift. Hamburgers t,
Bill of Gainesville 1949.
Long PrnilfnriliCounty I
vpent MprkM iltvoro .
spent last weekend heie' Mr. and Mrs Juniua Smith last Mrs. Carrie Ward and Joe I last weekend here with Mra. K. H. ;Teli-Kral.il l l Hhilll puMlnh: :this ,I I (''......I .IAr. SRAl.l. A.I 'l'iiotlia.An E For Holiday!
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. wrckvnd Teaaler Ord:: >r In next four: weekly Untie. ] "'l 'rk of unlit Court Home Made
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recently enjoyed
I' a Long. Witness niv htnil 'In.1 officialsoul Itv I lii yen (',,,..h)', l>. C.
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Sam Andomon. (ilrls Noon rnntiiti. sizes|: 2 to trip to St. Petersburg and nt 8t..rke, Florid.i I thin I I''e Italy Sxlilon. Mnlclen liiilliUiix' I I''lit" Soup "ukes
Connturkey Nlumt far rnil K. I tmm Itenrli, FlorUln.Atty .
and Mm. T. J. Griffin I 12. at ItonnleIlonnliJStiiri; *. Miami. The Charbonneaus arrived I 3, 1949.tOFKtCIAI.:
Mr. BpentThursiluy 'all St. bridge 1. I>..... 2321. ; HF5: VI.) A, J. Thomn, : fur I'lf. I lil-H It 'Iii.SeIn
afternoon in MontlcelID .. Miss Betty Anne Flynn of Jack- several weeks ago from Wor":".... I !ii.t1 An ,ik of nnkl Cola I. \\( COFFEE 5c

While there they attended the Monvllle spent last weekend here ter. Mass to upend the season nt I fly haven. for I'lf.tronhy, I>, U.\I"C.Atly. \ li30 Clrritlt. Court llrmlroril. ('oniily,

funeral of Mra. J. E. Shepherd. visitIng her. parents Mr. and \Mra.Ueoige their winter home in Starke. I Deeds Recorded .. | Klitrlilnl In Nininu-rtit Clmnrrrr.tltinthor I'liilnllff v.,. -

MIBH Peggy Anno Wlgglna, of ( B. Klynn.Mm ('lime turkey 'shoot far mil K.' I. ( Ixrull' In ourt.ltradfnr.i clMiit...,.. Countj.lflorldm t I- ,. .. .. _mm.. _. ____ "_ _
JiH'kHonvllle' / "j>fnt last weekend B. S. Carol and son of Cull St. bridge 2 p.m. l>er. 83-31.'| Recent deeds recorded In thpom.t h'1.: XlKftH, rlnlntlff, w Nor7H.IH Wn------: :- ";11" : L.___. ,r' t. II.)0;: _
Illalt. I. Sileetl4. I Ihr..nl..n'' ('..., :\.
with her pnrents Mr. and Mrn.Orle Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Mrs. Peggy Tllley Donald Ray house were; : -e-f.sc..

Wlgglnn.. Mrs. I.' H. Long. Tllley Mrs. J. B. Godwin. Mr. and' I 1 I )fl'. end Mra. Eugene L.. But of Ikriler.......,.r.of'lji'lnlillintlon 4 rM' : tI" nit KI.OIIIIIX.l ..till.'. tinNorniHii ,..

Mrs. Richard Ray and Mr. and ,I Hampton to Mr. nnd.. Mrs. Joe B I I. 1"11..t. wha" residci.eIi'
m Not'Mt rvnt'lt. Mnrylnnil. IJ5IU
Mrs. W.
K. Tllley
spent Monday .
Oliver of Fort Fjitiderdule.. The SK You nrp rviiiili'Hd 1,1 m.penr\ '' on
t"venlnIn/ Jacksonville visiting .lai 1,5 9. I Ill 1I.) I In tho nlllOY" ninndCuiirt
relatives and quarter of the NE quarter of nrr. II n" raiix* \\ "..roln |'I liiliitlfrH i
shopping.Mr. ..,kH. .lIvo...... llrndfoiil. Count* '
and Mrs. J. M. Smith an,1) 31, twp. 7H range 22 K. Telcirriiph, shall pillleh I hip Order I :

Block that Cold Ions Butch and Bob. spent la.it''' Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Cliildi. In \n..xt I>.four n my wveklv hand and IHHIIOWVltiu official. aval) DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

weekend In Keystone Heights visItlng Mr. and
of Bradford County to
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Werku AT DENMARK FURNITURE CO. !
I I !tm. O. P Tomlinson of Lake But :.a..
Earl Johnson of Meadow 011.I I -----------------.-. ---------
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NEOHETRAMINE visited( in Starke last weekend. On

use 25 mg. ? return he was accompanied by In Peek Addition to Starko.Jsnips r'aiW cir I IJ I- TOY I

ANTIHISTAMINIC his' wife and two sons who were 1 I Huik'filll\ of Galveston Tox MeIPPIIYG II -- ---- .

intents of Mrs. Johnson's mother, to Mr. and Mm. Anf"!o Mi'll o*

Mra. J. M. Brownlee, during thi| St-"rke. Srnth! RAn( feet of the SF I A Few Hints For Dad KOIt THE UIII.DHK.V:

Thanksgiving holidays. i t... of the SK I." of lIae. :It, twp

\ In E Now for Sale Grandma Moaew Christum* Cnmlt" 6 !A" range 22 F.. I Platform Rockers :29.95 < Doll Carriages I
SO"-lIoU'w'HJ,1 Camera
; an.11) Mr. and Mrn.. K. .T nowllnn: oHtnike f 29.50 ,
Gift Shop. Innerspring Mattress Baby CribsHigh
11 to Nelson Moore of Hrad- _
Without !
II I i1. Prescription Mrs. L. A. Mlnnis of Orlnndo
. G.95Smoking
I I ford Cuimty. Lot 1or Mock 1, of HASSOCKS Chairs i
'" arrived this wpek to spend th I; with her son and dnugh- Howling Pork Sub division of Stands, etc., etc. .
1 l=11 in the Interest Starke. t
It I I ter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs.! James. j ._________ I" ___________ *. Strollers
Cooper.Mr. I Mr nnd Mra. A. T, Alvarez' of I

I II ti I !U of Public Health South. and P rt,Mrij N.,:.C.A.were t... Lewis gniestn. of of_ Bradford. V Alvarez County of Starkn.to Mr. and Lot Mnt.n. 4 of. II I A Few Hints For Mom Thayer Musical Rockers

t I I .. .._ Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee laatSaturday. : block 1 of A. I. Alvarez Additionto ONLY 14 MORE I Wagons Tricycles

"" j Starke. In HPC. 2S twp. 6 S SHOPPING DAYS Sunbeam Mixers Coffee Tables And Others lie Sure
BOTTLE OF 22 F.. Kitchen Stools New SUnes!' Many
Miss range !
Virginia last
Engram
4L: 89* spent I TILL CHRISTMAS To See Our Display
25 TABLETS weekend In Jacksonville visiting I Clyde lee of Bradford; County Floor Lamps II''I' .

her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mis.' | and Aurthiir L.*.. af I.uwtey N -
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II Charles M. Snyder. 1-2 of the NK quarter of the NKquarter MANY OTHER: ITEMS=COME ON DOWN & LOOK r--!

Itoy Ovrrrnnta. 1 to 6: alsKlMnhotver <. of the SE ntrirter (If the TOYS __ _____ .. I' _______._______
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:. Jarheta, nee 26, twp. 1S.. 22 K.I .
greatly reliiiitl range
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CANOVA PHARMACYPHONE at Ibmnle-Dnnnlr Store. I I I ?\dr. and Mra. F. (i. Mnlllntrn- XMAS CARDS ;;; : Nice Poster Bed Q50Chest

I Mrs. R. t,. Hlllnrd and dntijjhter. : ''worth of Sturko to Mr. and \Mrs.V. Xmas Wrapping ; ; ; 7

Annette. and Mrs. C. E. Kber- J. Rlnde of Hampton. K 1-2 nf Ii Iii ;
-Cards Seals.Huy Suits
160 STARKE. FLA. I IEr'ery len spent. Monday In JacksonvlllnHhopplng. the SW quarter of the NW quarter Tags and Vanity .J *


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Xmas CUts Toi todies! coals,
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robes lingerie hose & Your Gifts -t-pii: ; sult.IT'S
many You tfonld much more for tins nice .

Branch of (other I useful gifts. STUMP'S. LAY AWAY NOW While Our _______._____________________________.. ....-____. I __ _____________
!Mra. E. J{. Hurryman Miss tjnrnlta -
I Ilutto, Mrs. I. N. Brazcnte. YOUK Stuck In Complete! A FtCT )' O I) C'ti NJ O 1IbTTR A T

INSURANCEH. and Miss June Patel were the moll,

who, represented Brntlford County
: In the Messiah In Guinesvlllo last TELEVISIONSET All Gifts Wrapped Denmark Furniture Co.

Sunday nlgbt. t F-R-E-E !

Slur Brand dress & wurk .PHONE; 151 HT \rum. FI.r ..,\.

C. WALL AGENCY shri-s for men at STUMP'S.: .. ,..

Mr and Mrs. C. H, Quick and1son. I :\! ";,... i:. nCIf.: ,4", '1:1t or.: _.__i
1 PLEASB: PHONE 116 t C. H. Quick Jr.. returned lout WHILE,; STOCKS .tIK{.: SLIIIiVI1'S

week from Collins Miss whore CJ' ,, t.:. "

-- Constant Service. Ot-cr 50- -YearsCLASSIFIED. they were, caled! _by the death of COMPLETE:
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Mrs. Luther Adilison of Jacksonville DRY GOODS I
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; her parents Mr. and Mrs. C t 117 West Call Street I

F:. Beam.M I Court & :\111'1'..".. 141M.e Starke, Fla. 1lW'i'
; : Thelma :
Thomas
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WAXTEP: Honiiioim tn Play piano KOIt H.\I 1.1:, r 1.'I. with snot II h.ni. uliieatril I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harrell H.'n- .;.--.--.--,-.-. -.-.... '
at Onihnm. llrtptlut Church 211.11 -- on Ii I way I IS limkla tltyllmltH nett In Baldwin lat Monday. I ( -
Ac 4th HunditjrH, I II am. &: 7:30: l''or Information cut. J. 1* 'I Mrs. J. T. Stabler spent Arvt"rlldaYII \ f f
& reaniinlil Sil.'ox, or wrlta Box 707 Htnrku,
.I..m.. Will t..... S.Mr l-ny t xpeimvii' ... F :M drlffln.llnihaill. 21.:: .. 4tp_u-li I this, week with her aim-In-( I Let t PHILCO Make It A

I Fill. 2tp12.16 ", r.wlI.. FOR 8AI.R I1V Ql.'in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. tc WE A 1FT BOXES IJ'

uni'nrnlrheilhouHB '.I.YIr: I'AVI.1: 2 Dc. \Vult tnbloawH Ervin Goff In Jacksonville. U
FOR RENT-clr Ku In.l.nth I & ,'.-"".-.1 1 I Ilktt\ ii* w, .II' i.argalne.I .i do'ham (:old Nvlon1 F, SHIP BASKETSb
4 roomM. .c | i Stripe
I Hit-In. linmlnw |5n. I 2-ln. wui > 1 1I
For You
p..rch. J '1'. lnlgli'y 'tKOH i 1 l-r IIUIIIK, ti II 1. lloo.) I. rluctrli''' hoNe ul STUMP'S: STOlt.fr. ..:. TREE-RIPENED FRUIT f Joyful Christmas |
liillKll"' iinii"'dimwith' motor 1100)
SAI. : 7'., 111' Mereury olltl.cmrd :\ and ,
: j ; 1 divIne.. liiclit plant $150 Htovwci..1 "> Mrs. W. H. Nollmanl I
irnnil 'iii.I.w. i'
((1941)I motor Luka or ( oil I (I' Kim) front. $1260 I tip spent Sunday at Fernandma Bcarh''1 g ANYWHERE
C. W ix.l.'li. "In".y ill
4Vdnr, rhPKtM $ fl).N.*w tinpalnteilInlilm
\trlte l-awtey.. "'h.. "P 17 eufli. 0 I IIP Kan motor with their brother-in-law and slater. *
<::;>. I 'IIOIIHII lot., I 2." had trailor. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Oliver. Naval Tangerines RADIO FREE :
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FOR KENT:: : :Mul. 'rn .i. nl ""rn..j I I truck. I power luwn ", ..w.',' 6J Oranges i o
npt, Turn. Hltuwer Imth 'law la6.:! I hoviiiHu Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal
I )1. trit'' in'w'r Hp..ntthe
...,.1.. .oi. 'uokhH *' hiutluBSi'rornol $nft. I rliMMrlf t ......Oh nilxr" Thanksgiving with r Chinese Oranges Pink Grapefruit i .
front pnr h. tl'<) mo ('allnoitiin.ca. I I holidays I ,
f. I duiiirliiiut dcfi> fryer |10VI ,
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"inum'na.4t4 .
Mfii. J. I. I ;pliino; $luo. Many other. ; relatives In Georgia and AlabamaMrs. I
la-* bar.If
W. :Mn-IUon ft ZIP
I ,,'UI1M! Nellie Pearre of Orlando i OrdcrNowToInsureXrna&1)elivcry -

LET 1'8 I.AY.\W.\Y..ur poll f AI.K: lllRitlnii Camp TrailerItarirnln division manager of Luzler's COMmetlcs I I tClHVllll ."t t.I"v., ,' .1 K. '1. Duncan, 1'h.5r>. for Florida has but-n Inn'' THESE PRICES GOOD FOR CHRISTMAS ONLY
Hh..phi'f" guest 01' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. julrk. S Martin Produce 9 ,

NEW Siniti-r Siiwlnic':uvailalln:' ml I ,KOFI Cora-Coin HAI.K:.: I I..h..I.IInlir.... plvnln play penI..1.--.1.I I Donald Ray TIlley left Thursday1for I North Temple A> e. Starke, Fla.
i-anh thin nfctlnn k Tcrmii only an.I through Sln**rH I a,,,. Apt. n:". waiihlniv ",.,,,'hln..- the Jacksonville Naval CHile p rt K PIIILCO'SElectromaster I'hi U-o Table MixKlCombination TOASTMASTER <$<
r, .. 4ili:) N. :Mar' I X unit' initvln. rnmerifc. (Inod. vonilltlon. .
wlnir Miu-hln > I where he will be stationed after <::r"
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Inn SI., l.liko 'lty' F.... 1'hono I reuioiialil"' :?.t JoHnpliNnwUkl. erta Radio
mo. writ. or ,,1..1t l our .hnt>. OurSrtlen hullKH' J7-W. 1'nnnryKurnm. spending- ten day furlough with I c T
II.v...... earn will\ vlalt i.'!.I. _ _ _lip his mother Mrs. Peggy Tllley.ilrN % Superb RANGE t 1'laYI4 All Records 21.50
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your hum. ..p..n "''1'''' tf
I'SK Mi-NAIIl'M!\; Tol>aro l4e.d. IiiI <; Nylon Piintiea, sl/m :3 t.. <<

FOR RK"JT'oloni" In nttrntlv. :9- l......11.I.hg varl. ...>tItifl.I SaC your, mo,,..I I I'!. at R .nnle-l>..nnl<> Htor.-. 99.95
it .al"-r or wtltn Mcalra YliMTi'Mti'd
un.rn.1 > I
.Imdrm. "''rn. nl,,t Alan an Ma1' Hmfl Ciirnpaay. ].au rI p. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks II.nl: imTj .1TI ..LwtMtISaturday. ( 349.95
iL'tfl w GRILL &
.t.tH.in a St.''"rn.t.. ( tf hill'tf. ?Xnrth fnrollna 3II2'J1IOH | Mr. and Mrs. D. 1... Thornin and < G. E.

1 M.I.Ft: AKI1 rKliitfirMl l>lakoikir daughter Seleta. were among -. Table Hiulio! Fri'i- WAFFLE IRON \)

Federal Land Bank I "JlnIr il.1'pu.1'.1| Itnx' ITS main"t".k"Ir.I fwmal; ... thoe who were In GaInesvIlleSunday December 10 TUH.Vtd... !Ie) n & I II I G Philco Portable '

KlllH: Thurntun. Itpl2l1A night to hear the Messiah. )DOUIU.K ..'.. t\TII'- DOIIIU.K FEATIKK! : RADIO! No. C20
FARM LOANSLong Mm. Knnia: Johns will\ return fI PHILCO X-I'T.. 14.50

: Terms-8<'Low Inlerest SELL: YOUR NOW TIMBER after Sunday a visit to hr with home her in s.s'Frostproof r-ln-luw, 11ICICO K' !!! r WEISSMULLER JOHNNY n FREEZERWith 29.95 __ \
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Highest Cash Prices Paid Mrs. L. A. Konnrilds. 111 DONCAIf MMi Alarm Sj-sti-m
BRYAN WNOU
K.V m Universal Automatic
$
N.iatnellle ('HIII"* lnrlr.oliixit. fur ml 1'1: '.' RENALDO I l'h11'O;l Table: Model )
'Uti W. Main' Street
WILL HUY IN BULK Cull Ht. hrldRc 4 p.m. Ih.... 2S-2I.: ... CISU) 267 50

(, I FloridaUENtlNF OK IN: UNIT Pat McUrlff) or Gainesville. vis- -- CARRIW G Television! Receiver IRON 6.951

: INOIA FORMOSA AZA. lied. his pniHiit, Mr. and Mrs. G. wa.w .M. PANCHO.AND 1tNl) Table Radio Free i 1':"' inch Screen
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MS AM! -Small plilntu call rouleilino E1)VINW. PECK J. Merit; 'Iff List Sunday afternoon. --: K SUNBEAM G
for .: 60. 7 to 8 In.-h well
rooted It 50 rt..i..im Ami many Or John W. TurnerP. Mrs. Marian Carney and ditughtor. 2 9.50
larger ..I.i -... Hrlv.J.r. uIes O. Box 4S3
(..rilrn*. Knrl: .-ti.r>. "'lac. It 4vllle Fla. Gladys and Miss KllzabethLawsnn : fa 'PIIILf'O" ID.1.rr. IRON -
(;aine ,
> left thin. week fur Talla : 12.951PRESTO
FOR RENTJrm, comfortably fura ImHxce .uhi.te they will attend the I p ADVANt'KI) lESlN
I I'hllro Table, I ModelTelevison 1
ionvi.nlnc -
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mnili-rn/ A I
apt- card and
Send me a pout p REFRIGERATORWilh
trioiidit State
.. Ailnltn. :Mr r. C.vynn. University beginningthe I \
IH ml- nut i":. rail tI,. will come see you. first of the year. P Freezer In .Top ReceiverT'l p-

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Peck have I inch Screen /
e.t: : ) .\ (.O4bl) TrFanrrIa: FoilCaM O
HAI.K:: I Kvrrol II ou. ft. gee
it an Underwood utandardank KOIl frlratur Hariraln price IIOD.At Arrived from their home In Jewett & I

.r."h.. mn.hlniIn ITadforU: yond Cuunty condition.Inqtilrt Tal* *tI- l-.. M Phone>iit|>... Men Srln4.Mr.. J. M. Brown.JtlJ- Sturke N. Y. to with spend their the son-in-law winter and In &kij ,362.50 139.95 COOKER t


" ofpactur. .oort! Kill' HAI.Kinf: > tl h p. 1I.-Evln.1 I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Table Radii FreeSPEED
FOR 8AI.H.. tOft Ar-RFB. I mill" w..t, rude. ."...MI, ux..*l. at a John (. rnri Bunch.
The Pecks
of Stark"land on Itrownl lylnir Koaa Natural Stnlth'n (OarvK. Jtll-3 were accompanied .'ae (O'llrlcn.$ MIXMASTER.! ... Sg
$3110 woVth I to Starko by Miss Evelyn '
.uppiv.
tlmhfr water on I"n'l. 110. ,,T.. for ijuick .HK\\ IMJ. For llArlll.NKH.aa. d"". w.mew will A: Mill rebuilt Cmpen, also of Jewett. who. will PM'H"Mwlnif OUEEN Set 39.95 <<
..1.. HO l II"" 74 i. Htark Stll4 I. von an..w Rlif-trl: Machine, with visit here several days before returning :Moiikev Swing"' | i'turtttnnt. CII ill SElectric

SUWANNKKOI'NTY: : ..IV."TOf", I IMAI1K.T' .2n-yar. guarantee a buttnnhaU by. factory maker andlv 'i to her hi>T*. fhsp. H "",11eI flu\ Illrkok" Mind ENNANI c Washing Machine _ SUNBEAM
Wed you
: Auction.. aale, each). oaom. ,( IlMpt on fhi market .L* Owned onrat d b J. f men : HhirH. LtoLIC i Nit Model 6III'
.uth ) I.T.U-AM.KNSpace
Jr.. Ph. I10M, i.iVe ,,,,Ie. yia- .-' Inirway. 2J4 Thompson Sun. & Mon.. Dec. II & 12 I 50,000 Shaver
Jtpt2-I socks i tlt.'M. helts.!' slippers & iMurrliiK (3airy Coo1cr| With Automatic Pump
--d g HEATERS : g
Knit HAI.H:: 1 3n-...l. raparlty waterIeaterN. I[pajamas at STUMP'S: Store'f MArflt WHSOK ;f I" 1'1.1'H .New
WANTED:
<'omi>li.|.. (I.a.>. 103 :N MISH Gurnlta Hiitto I ml "octIal1, baa" :
HEWN or SAWN TIES i ('berry Ht Itpll'HF' I Patel Mrs E. K. Perryman, and : .I lOt"tmonW. ( Thuri. & Frl.. Dec. 15 & 16 139.95 73.95 24.50Ic.H. g

lJentie Sap Pino-Illark MK! I 'R HAF.R: (1.li. r.n.*. nil rlrrnlator. ,Mr*. Barbara Breazeale "sang I Inthe My. OUii.K l> : FEATIIKKHOMOCIDE .
A fire place eat. Ill W1,01.: j' : co alliwFriend I
Tuprln Gum I...." letter S p_m )_ IIPFOF rli.iM, nf The Messiah oratorio S

Talhyrmad IIA r.F.: Several* fin* NtrrtiAi at the University nf Florida Robert DntiKloit. Helen Prior* F.O.B. lair plant. I main kid from heavy mllk>to<:k.fh gymnasium Sunday evening '
Ave. 27111 8trr t. j "ap. ... 11.! '..Jordan Rt. I. box Mrs. J. W, Kaufman. violinist .--Nl- !
104 HlnrloFla lip Nasworthyf
JACKSCVWI1.E FUOBIDA waA a member of ttur orchestra Irmafa

1.8- 8" SIWI'' I II.tftfKIA ml.'.: 21 room TOITRFST'* (Include HOStS t 'apt r.r>. accompanying the oratorio. .. .
M :I ....tb". floor furnar. large park. I5(">" (O\rrroal. I to A; al_
.11- "' 6- l4GeatPlg 4i)>.". lily t ....Id"... pool. AIM \
tUM-nhovtrr: Jacket ,
.. ..., .. greatly rr- :# SUPPLIES S
8'8" IJW _* J-rm. .nttar fruit r rorardan. > GENERAL
-, I ... Walnut ft.. t Mkn. dunl at Roni....-1)otil. Mtorr. /
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Eppin er & Hu *ell Co. from pocrofflc" 2tpl2ll Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. : INM 05U4
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fll'KKS FOR RICVT: on Klnit.l..yiMltf Godwin recently moved from Keystone u a..aI'LLS _.1 IISI_ ? East Call Street Starke, Florida1 {
..... *. talr-. U.r., .....,..-. laa rookln "'."n"'j Heights to Starke and are ""P"pjr Pretnlrr" Cartoon 9
1.&<.. ..leC- .I..t. 'rfrliri-rator It I) to 150
C mulpmonttlon"
Low prl-... .. furnliili' **!. W. C. Wooten:!occupying one of' the Hartmann New*. | itk ICoy Aeuff i ea t c t& f
I-hon. 111 I. H.l-lor aa""U* Pay- Flogaley l Lak., or writ Lewis.. .
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tented Well we put her In the back White Holland pullets. They are eastern Pecan Growers Association land and for grants to Sterner, Defendant. Case No. children to "..f.n.t"nl.r"' Jlrmdfnnl.

of_the car, threw some corn to her, out now, and as they've and the Pecan Distributors : County Ti-loKni" | hill. publish
on f
FARMER'S range minor to
Improvements .. nf Pat>llrB,l... .. and just about forgot her. But on A F odatlon. These association 1 .... "'.OUU"A <.,'
I started to lay, we'll naturally be healthful, sanitary and safe cram OF nt Htnrk, Kliirlda.. this :NovemberC2
the way back from Blandlng. we expressed! the belief that withholding Sterner / I
glad to get them shut up so that housing.In sddresH In alit lw De Ka"A :.:.;., 1948.
1) DIARY heard a mmpiolouH.. noise In the law quality and very Lit"n I n>, New York: (OFFICIAAMSI'1 rk A, .J. lCnart.Thr-ninn..
llence. we don't have to hunt for eggs nlze i.f ttl l
back, and then Stoppedthe small\ pecans from the market lire required to appear" on
fly Sam McGarveyi car and InvcutlRated. No (pig! all over the place. Dug up the dirt would stimulate demand for Clrrult "',art,.Itradtord Co: .mb.. SR, 1949 In the above By ir von Crosby, P. C. ., Florida.Atty .
Klwrldai. Itt <'hn..*.). .... Court and cause, wherein T. Frank Uindruia, iaike
i author will be gl.d to rO'. Started bark to Branding and floor\ In tho old poultry house and, good pecans and Improve returnsto Leon N. Sterner, Plaintiff, vs. I I >eek divorce, award of for )'..f. 1'-:& 41 trle-
I t spotted l the pig( a short dintanraup growers. Pecan prices to
edit Items> of Interest concernIng turned It under, then sprayed the
father, -
the road. Alice's Pop I growers In the five-State area -
i the activities' of farmers In did ii firm job of leaping a ditch< entire building with a disinfectant. averaged; 12.0 cents a pound for

a-( Bradford County. Suggestions may And then helped get the pig buck. Next we will build a dropping pit' the 1948 crop year, which was I STARKE
he left at the Telegraph office or into the car Aside from a ntimIbcr some nests, put In n deep layer of 25 percent of parity. HOMEQTARLINGCOWNED
( mallrd. to !Sam MfOarvey, La".tf', litter, fix up nn automatic wat"rer,'
of scratches and bruise| that '
/ W E. Leigh, 911 Oglethorpe
{ Florida.Spent a and then whitewash the building; FLORIDA
1I pig survived a leap from car Avenue, Albany, Georgia, Is man-
Inside and out. Yes, there's
quite
going 4.1: miles and hour, landingIn aging agent for the Pecan Administrative & Market
lot of work connected with chic- Grocery
two hard days this week i long time at the market with no;I the middle of the hard surfaced a Committee.
kons but we're to raise
trying
"workingthe strawberries" A sale, he left them there and came: rOAd, probably on her none Con-| ,

large number of the plants had I back home. Asked him what he's;,elusion reached: pigs are almost I cording them as thay to successful should be poultrymen raised, BOI ,' Housing Aid For SPECIALS "'ORVE" K ENDING; DECEMBER 10, 1919
to do with the other two I Iindeatructible. I
died or were not doing: well BO we going '
replaced them with fresh plant beds of turnips and he said: ,1 I All of which made that clay a land duction then we'll see, what egg:; pro' Farmers Provided WE RESERVE TIlE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Struts
we get
J from our nursery bed and cultivated ) "Anybody who wants them can I I I memorable day for Henrietta. Leo I In New Legislation
all the have them!" '.
them by "shaving eel had run her earlier In the day and Talked to T. 1 K. McClane thlr
beds." Trouble with our plants 1 in I I : and NECKBONES Good Meaty lb. lOc
aid for farrrers.
that they are very uneven in size,, Well we're expecting pigs any chewed her ears a bit, then the week us about to lot our it lupine get to and li"-13"he advised the Houxlng part local farmer committees ,

some of them are big, strong t minute now. Lila, a gilt we've spill from: the car, and lastly she I
before we let animals graze It. Believe -(will have In administering It,

plants,of some them medium small. But lzcd a ,lot andmany of we're raised hoping due to farrow to Ret and a If nice of tthe course batch wan unloaded double her treated.Into the As pasture we finally, she I have started us, now to that turn the brwvn pasture, we'reglAd I*i meeting were //discussed held l In at Gainesville a state Feline Toilet Tissue (Facial quality) 4 rolls for 29c

them have blossoms on, and somehRve of strong little pigs. pro looked as If to say: "Brother, what that wo have a green /grazing I with Farmers dome Admlnintraptlon -. ,
berries. duces a decent number, say sevenor I i
green eight, we'll keep her as a brobd next!! I crop planted that will help to feed, Supervisors throughout the
Speakingof strawberries, we I; ; see stock the winter Andlupine State on November 7-8, accordIng -
our through i
read this week that the strawberry sow. If not, off her to notorious Gainesville mother she Alice was presented a chavotedon't will improve our soil too. to Mr J, A. Toxada. Jr., 33 BLEACH Quart Bottles 2 For ,. 29c
to Join
/goes ( ask us how to way ltd) at ameeting .55 State Director. ,
plant Is a member of the t Lily for a rendezvous In a (sausage I
of the local Home Dem
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Also learned that cut-worms can
rose family. Glad they don't have t machine I Congress has made availableapproximately
thorns! I onstration Club and told to plantIt b9 controlled with either DDT or $27 million fur PICNICS
I I That remind' ua of a fellow who when It sprouted. It has and will Chlordane (5( dust) or a HAMS 31
0 percent loans to farmers of which $-131! PER POUND C
Had a good talk with K,, A.(I works over at Camp Blanding who be planted soon.IS. I poison bait consisting of a mixtureof 000 has been tentatively allotted Lean, Tender

"Fonso" Griff of Lawtey the o- told Hi that he had a fine Big 100 Ibs. of bran and 3 IbM of to Florida for construction and'

ther day. Seems he had six beds of Boned Guinea sow. It seems that Planted some radishes this week, parts green. That's good to knowas repair of farm buildings' before '

turnips, and he and Mrs. Griffis when the sow was due to farrow, limed as well the as earth carrots where and spinach.the spinach We I cut-worms can really ruin a 'next June 30. The meeting is being OIL SARDINES Flat Cans Each . 7'/2c
In short time
decided to pull them and take thin fellow would prepare clean crop a held to train county super ,
was planted, and tried a new stunt -
CC.
them to Jacksonville Market. Well, visors to handle loan applications.

Fonso did, but after-..spending. : a have where warm her do quarters pigs"you think he for said she her, "but went"But to in wood(for UH ashes, at carrots.least in the) by row putting:where some we I Lily you busted folks hear out again an explosion this week.If out. ,program To give, a local committee guidance of to three the Embossed Table NAPKINS, Package Of 80 lOc

planted Try anythingonce
this don't be alarmed. We've
some dirty old hole in the woods" way, farmers in every county will make
Is our motto. probably mixed some dynamite In eligibility
S. recommendations as to the
EXPERT CS. her feed, and put a match to her of applicants, and the<
We made the mistake this weekof .
Chuck
Visited George Robert's little tail. T-Bone,
and of assistancefor
amount STEAK
type 39c
to do number of
trying a thingson
.dl. them citrus grove In back of his homeIn which the.. applicant Is qual
having
one trip among
I Lawtey this week and was pre. Sirloin Club
Henrietta double Farmers AdvisedTo ,
I our new gilt
sent e.d\ with some delicious oranges! ifled.Loans .
will be made for the construction .
and grapefruit. According to Plant Lupine
and repair of farmhouses


Louis R. Dean on George fruit them around, the In here the way summer Is to to raise"throw, and cltruj Bull hot To Farmers Improve In 43 Florida Soil countiesare farmers financing and who other cannot from buildings obtain private; adequate ono to LARD, (Home Made), 48 Pound Can 5.45 ,


TAX CONSULTANT- air on them in the winterBull being urged by the State cooperative sources. Farm own.

BOOKKEEPING on them them grow for, and fertilizer hot air to on make them plant Agricultural blue lupine Extension cover Service crops this to era may obtain and repair loans of homes for construction occupied Fresh Tender TURNIPS, Per Bunch - 9c

SERVICEChas. to keep them warm In the winter" fall to Improve their soil by their tenants..
SERVICE I Seriously, though, his fruit is
"Some farmers were disappointed "The new housing program; will
really fine, and we hope that we SUPER SUDS Box 141hc
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with their production green help farm families make neededImprovement Large - - -
C. ran be as successful! as the Roberta manure and seed last season as to their homos and -

ShepherdAt have been. growth( of blue lupine was reduced the new construction will generate
120 So. Walnut St. .
C. by fungous diseases, but trade In rural communities -
new
STARKE, FLORIDA Had mustard, collards, English: Good Juicy ORANGES Per Dozen .. lOc
Gay's Service Station we believe that disease damagewill and help the Nation reach: - -
onions, s'veet I I ,
peas green turnips
be much less severe during a Its goal of a decent homo fill
and Irish potatoes (but no hutted normal winter and we are hopIng f "
I American said
family
-- -. .-. -beans) from our kitchen garden!,, that they will _plant good Mr.every Texada. Blue Ribbon OLEOMARGARINE Pound 20cLA
I this week. Not that there Is '
anything 'I acreage to the crop this soason. i Farm housing loans were IHI ,
remarkable about It, but i it: '
Extension Agronomist Russell
(
tr thorized by the Housing Act of'
I certainly Is a pleasure to eat fresh I, Henderson explains. I I 1910 passed by Congress during KINCAN'S PURE
FREE ,
-vegetables from the garden practlrnlly I In the fall of 1018 2.007 farm' the summer, but no funds! wets NO LIMIT: J
the year 'round. Especially'PI'a In 43 Florida counties -I I R D 14
made available at that time.Villl
\ ***st* buy in town. C
(when you came originally: from thaI >'mostly, In northern Florida -. the recent passage of a special 2
PER POUND
I frozen North where the earth by ''
planted more than 80,000 acres'
bill, funds now
appropriation are
For Free Removalof
Prompt now Is hard as a rock.Congratuliitlons I
C. to blue lupine under the Agricultural available, and Mr. Texada said

Conservation Program. that the Farmers Home Administration
Dead, Crippled and Worthless to T N Norman, They received financial assistance local ,offIcers will begin/ t'ALarge Box - - - - 21c?
for producing tho earliest berries I from the ACP In buying their
for farm
accepting applications .
CATTLE HORSES MULES HOGS 'this' season.' Bet ho feel pretty' seed and also for fertilizing their
,
loans after this
'i goad* about that -especially since crops If they applied fertilizer.: 'meeting housing soon WE BUY EGGS AND WE PAY THE BEST PRICES!

I hid"; boat the first Plant City pint They will receive similar assistance -i The Housing Act authorizes n
CALL 132 STARKEWE |
by two days! this
I I if they plant the crop lending program covering a four-

pennon. There will also be a I i year period with a maximum : Spokane neal l Cooc; 1 Guaranteed: C
1 We're to fill out I )
ALWAYS COME certainly going support pi Ice for blue lupine seed j lending authorization of $2fl FLOURliss 1
and return the questionnaire be- produced and harvested. 25-POUND BAG
million for the four years. For. -
11 t Ing' mailed us and all other farmers "The fact that this crop often
the first fiscal year ending next
FLORIDA RENDERERS Inc. here In Bradford County this week. produces 40,000 pounds of green. June 30, $25,000,000 will be a-
/Way we figure it Is that the Stale material al're--and this a-
per Please give order early for Christmas Tur-
vallable/ for loans for construction us your' your
Marketing;\ Burnau Is our Iturenu, mount contains nitrogen equivalent -

I employed by and paid by tin with to about 1.2.10: pounds of nitrate and and other repairs buildings of ,farm and $2,000 houses, I key and be sure of getting the size you want.

our money, to help us. SPOIIIM, liken of soda- and Ua ability to
000 for loans to Improve farm
'> little thing: to do to co-opi-rnte /grow on almost any well drained I .

NOW! TONI HOME PERMANENT with these folks to see If wi en'n't soil make blue lupine plantings: -

(I,Improve conditions. If telling them well worthwhile as a winter -

AS FASTNew I our future crop plans, nbont going cover," :l.fr.'nderson\ \ says. Now Display
TWICE AS EASY-TWICE to plant three acres of ttwrrtcorn Plowing and disking' the land

next season, for Instance, will and applying about 300 poundsof '

:/ I help them to help us get a fair 0-1I-1O fertilizer per acre, before -

/ price' for our corn, Wu en we're nil planting Inoculating seed at The Wonderful
T."IIII.flll! Kll.New Photo for It, We think a locality or Ii double strength seeding with
Method Direction: show how I
Tom now waves many types of rv r ? section or even a whole county l., grain: drill, and getting the crop NEW PO1lJ77IC F
hair in m little as 30 minutes.JOO | made up of a lot of neighbors, In while the soil in moist und be- 5O

I who ran If they work together, fore the end of October are recommended t
make out better Individually, One by the Extension
*'
F v wny we ran work together, as n worker. If lupine Is planted on -'*
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Complete Set N.w Tent SPIN e start Is to give the Inrormutlim land that has produced nnothei

Curler No more rubber bends requested promptly. crop during the year and was fertilized Passenger Streamliner Six-Cylinder Sedan CoupeTxlnry. can't beet U b< -all rf-wlie-all-tn-oneltirips! I + at the time It Is not essential In vorxffcihg that make an
. ,. .lock with a flick of $1858You
"UI' Much of the. same rensonlng. HI to fertilize when the cover .. <.<./ frkl-dfllrtrtJ ttrt. OtlnHul Cfuilimna *mi AtttuarmttlUt. happyl

the cr. )29 fur as we are concerned, !goes too' crop is planted. U,... Jtlir*,*l tnUnl na. Prks.4I..cS ..*-.... r .......... las far as voting on December 1" /r V.....J Mry M SMmJit nmmmulin... M tmrnptrUlnM d+' ....,;...
.. I It ha tho
fj N t Mtauitlit You can't beat H OKOUM
..pr.frtylKOCH 'fur committeemen to ndmlilslerj Grade And Size Mtra quality that' mada Pontiac
j the "Ag" I programs In this rountv. (License Extra)
DRUG STORE The bunt pnrt nf our d"morri.tlc* Regulations Fixed world famous for dopondabnltytGM

way nf clolnir things Is thnt :yntihiivi For Pecan CropThe H"dra.Matlc Dre\
STAHKE, FLA.DEARBORN the opportunity to vote' fur -------- sad\ now PONtiAC otters -------- You can'L-t It because Tho price

I ,vour irprcHt'iitntlves. If you like IT. S. Department of Agriculture at a NEW j lOW PAICEI_ on all of the IS model I II bound I

I what I they (10. you vote for thorn. has announced that the to pfoao yowl

If nut! vim choose another man. Initial grade and size regulations I

c In thnt wiiVi If all eligible vote, specified In the pecan marketing

S I ho ji rsiiiis holding office tiulvrioiesont agreement 'and order program I

:At the wishes of the mn- will become effective October 20,

"toiltyV hollove In voting to got 1019. This action follows a recommendation I I

done the things you want to see of the Handlers !

... done Advlrory Council and the Ad-
--"'-.... C. ministrative Committee functioning -
,
.' -.--1-.. ti:..- WoltfluMl one of Lily's. pigs at 'under the program which

'the ago: of 5 week. and It tlppo'ltho covers Georgia, Alabama' Florida

.--- ht-nm nt about 19 )pounds Mississippi, and South Carolina 7 { _
.
.w .1 --- which Is a little sheet, of the Hst. Beginning October 20, pecans i

-'-. ---- ,-- I'hatch n'o rnlnod. Then Wn "fixed" shlppe i out of this flve-StaU

-:-- -. It so that It will ho a hire fit' burrow urea for distribution In unshelled I
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Instead of hmtr Told NolsonCroon form must not b<* below U. S. :,

nbciiit; the operation) and he Commercial Grade, must not be

snld' "p'<1 be glad to show us in-xt sumller than 00 nuts per pound,

Utility Bladehas time and give' im. nome miggrstio.ts.. and must meet other specific requirements. i I V
.
e All shipments 'for _

around the farm When hnvlng IFomlottn dnuhlotroHtod unshelled distribution must be inspected i
uses
many at Nelson's place, we hud by the Federal-State or r, :,

SUCK as our first. taste. of rune Juice We' the Federal Inspection Service, oat wa -
Called the Utility Blade because It liked It a tot, and enjoyed watching except shipments of 200 pounds

doe, so many jobs. sas so much WMMtj the process of making syrup. or less, a day to any one con
pick and shovel work. Makes earth I...., rMMUmoving Wo'll have to got some cane signee. The agreement and order -

and manure cleaning: go .n el.....' planted. provides that pecans for aheliug -

fast. A great tool, low priced. bum, facdtetf C. and processing outside the

Can be attached In a minute to UvallM (Uldf Our rood( neighbors Jule end five-State area may bo shipped
If there ever was a car to delight Nth your eye and your pocket-
cord Tractor lifts lowers by nmmm\mUtmm Si-Imii Eunice made syrup last)without prior inspection, providing
Hydraulic Touch Control; uniform t S work And gave u.s a bottle of It. satisfactory: arrangement it's the stunningly beautiful new Pontiac for I9)O illustrated

depth easily held. Blade adjusts for.ff ..Id.. It Is really good on pan cakes. have boon made In advance by Q/Q/bDOIIAR'yout/; a above. It cost !o little that it's within easy reach of anyone who

ancle pitch tilt; reverse for backfModf, 411..... good any way. It sure beats orl shipper with the Administrative can afford/ any new car. Yet it'* so big and luxuriously. appointedit

filllnK. Learn more at our headfrCMk tlU the syrups we used to have up Committee. performs so beautifully rides 10 comfortably-that you

quarters for tzav.fiy North. The pecan marketing agreement ..fA fOMTMACMcGRIFF can drive with pride and satisfaction: anyubrrn\ any company.

., Ford Tractors, 11N IIncrsN and order program was developed i Why not come in toddy and see the wonderful l new Poniiac-one

e lJto&J'bornlmple-! Put some nitrate of soda on th.lettuce after a public hearing In f of the world's greatest cars dad the vnrU'i grrateti '"!

ments ..parts Tamely In the kitchen garden and late May and early June. It

and _rylee. Many ether. us.s It really responded to it as If by was approved by more than two

magic. Understand that you can thirds of the pecan growers voting MOTORS
'' put nitrate of soda on leaf'
any In a referendum and by

DIXIE EQUIPMENT 'Inc. crop to make It grow. faster. growers who produced more than

C. two-thirds of the poundage represented -
Busy this week fixing a lay Temple Ave & Pratt St. Phone 203 Starke Florida
1436 W. Main St.. South Gainesville, Fla. up In the voting. The program I
ing house In which to put our wan proposed by the South' -






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I Church here will\ be one of the bl.gbllgbll i Crews. and Eddie and William I! plaintiff. seeke divorc award of k Witne** m-r hand aad official seal lat | r........ P.et,. ___ roldeae' Ie
Presbyterian ....... child lodef.sdaat. ale. Bred. Starke, Ftortda. Ibis November! (....... n.U.r.: .._..... T5saa:
I club
l 'iof the year. ,, Moody attended church at Johns:; fund o>BBtr Tsl.erapb shall p...-. ,. u.,. I Ton aro required to appear oar
Homing. Worship 11:00: o'clock.' town Sunday morning. ,:, !I..a thi. Order In seat. four weehl7Iowa. : ;, (OFFICIAL SEALS A J. Tkooukik.. ) -""nMr ISIS 19... IB Ik* ...._
: APPEAR 1
"No Cross NCrown" ,,;yPEYPLR Mr. aDd Mrs. Rome ;Johns of \r Aa CWr of aatd. C--rt. .
1 sermon theme:: ,
.,T INN TOMGirrI i 1 W ,tn... MV hand .... official" seal Br Hares er..1' D C nand C- tr' and eases wkerrlBptalBtlff
r Visitor are cordially In- Jacksonville were vlsiUny witty at 9ttarke4 Florida, floor :o.'u: ,! _... dtmr. Bradforde.aut
i Seaastor Claude will be T. Fraak. I.aadrtMB" 9iarke. Florida
I Pepper Ii taiItFFiClAI.
I nted to attend. our errices. [ their mother 3&ra. Belle Johns I SEALS J. Tkoraaa. Arty far W i1.11t 1:-1 ,TelecrapB akall pafcllak.tkla
guest speaker at a dinner to beheld ot Order IB Boat four arrekly
School 9:45 A. M. A j 1 SUDday.I Aa Clerk wad Coart.\ -
Sunday band' and .rfllal.ssl
In the Ian tonight Friday( ) I By Haven. Ort< ",.. D C. IB rtrrBie CMII. ltradfotdrBat*.[ "i..ano.rl tkla trerombe
CIL school to appeal to rte>..... .. t I at
: graded everya Cecil Gibson left for Deland a BBBrrry.
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Stun I at S o'clock. Tracy !Baker ;Jr.. In T Fuss LaBdrvBV Stark.,. FWrhla.Attjr Itn.
I .e group invites your attendance. I!few days ago to work in fruit dur- for Pit ll-li It 17.1OTI ,' I'lassle Poei. rialBtirf. va. Corry UFFK'IAI. SEALS A. J Tk_
I' I charge: of arrangements, reports P..L MGad.eL CB O x* 141* A. Olrrk' of said, Sane
'There ls a Clam for men and "women. the.. .
that Senator has Indicatedhis ing orange season. ("C; I Order of FabUesti..4 .., .* tot By Hares. >X oy, IX CAtt7
Baptist Church Methodist Church ( Pepper j Mr. and Mrs, Dick Carroll of N....... la It....),r .sear tt whaaa It TTsi of rumiu 1e1 for I-U. It-ll It IS-*
( Intention to talk oa the international ; raa.r: teasers "'a 1 aa.. LU_ m1 1.tppe.r.I
Westminster for Jacksonville were visiting theirparents. _
Fellowship
situation and rural Y. Report a Adso.istralor el:
The "Duty of Dedication" la the The Building Committee appointed -,Juniors comprised of Episcopal :,telephones to be Installed on under Mr. and Mrs., Ira Merritt, {CoBBty tae Ee'.Judge,. of J.of H Bradford Keller with COBBIT th.. Don't Bury Your Dead Animals !

sermon subject this Sunday morning by the Quarterly Conference |and Presbyterian youth meets(the REA. Cor. Fuller Warren \Sunday. I 11'......... and will on tae Stk day i I
hist Dyad
Removal of
at eleven o'clock hour at the, will present its estimate of t every Sunday evening: a 6 o'clockIn : Frank j 11 r. and Mrs. S. ... Crews and I lot I'erenlb.r. 14, apply 19 tkeOxiBty Free. Prompt SAsvltary
aide.
t Wright and Congress'man Jxdc i>f said CVUBIT and Hors,.. Mate or Cattle! CaJI Oar PSMM
First BaptistStarke. This It the the cost of church the ChapeL I ,f .
building new Presbyterian Charlie Bennett children Jonnie and Bobby and Stat for BIT flsjil Discharge aa
I
second message In the aerie December and church school building to the i l Christmas play practise will the notable* invited to are attend.among )(1'. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp attended Admisltrat.IC.. K.li.y of said. Admiatatralor.Ill5 aotato.CtevBN Operator At Our Cipeww.. Marks --. If

. Duties of Chri"lian.. congrgation at the 11 o'clock hour meet this week oa Tuesday and i ;|church services at Lake Bedford t It 1 Il-S I Vow Have Dif leaky Oil Ow JrluKHiTUieOffice

During this regular worship service i Sunday morning The estimate a-,Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. j{ Mrs. Mel Sargent was admittedto Sunday night. I. .._-.... Bradford ........ Psw 4-&S4 I> y. Nlgkt or HoU4ajr.

' the adult choir directed by mount and proposed undertaking !( Shadyrrest Hospital for examination -I )In. Rhoda Dow Wtg back o Y eteJai IB 4-Ioa_. .,.. I CORPORATION

Tire Lucille Green will ting. will be submitted for approval to(!Christian Church for a respiratory ailment. 'home from a pleasant visit with Otta*H trull nnlllTan.,,,... "".,......ntln.....,. "Cane.. CatkeriB N*..j FLORIDA SOAP
The First Worship Service -willbo \ the members of the church. < Winter visitors arriving In Key-!j her son Joe Dowling of Live Oak. -6... Doctor islet,. Fta. FK Oras Park 1M

held at 9:45: to accomodate the We will continue with the December I Homer SwindalV Minister stone \include Mr. and Mrs Mo'CTain !'She also visited with her daughter Older Amm."., rWalVrofroej"' r'.TK Or" sad rLOHIItl. lot Ice ...a.

great crowds who seek to worship emphasis on "Our FaithIn I I If you do not already hare a of Alton. N' H. Mr., and Mrs, ;Jessie Lasehby. of Sand i'atkeriao SulllvaM. wnoao. .........**

each Sunday morning. The Pas Christ. Christianity as a religion -{church of your choice w* Invite,'.Mrs. Albee of Massachusetts. Mr.'er' _. 1 Brail la .......,..Hart... "'.La..Rail... Oeorsla,. 4.TO: i>toB-.

tor's message at the first service derives Its name from Its you to be with us each Lord's. Day.. and Mrs. P. J. Delaney of Pouch- Ton are .roqvlrod. l. appear onI

will be "The Rain Stopper". The founder; and as such, it must be There is a great blessing to be bad keepne.. Y.. and Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE I named>orompr. Coart tilt.and 1117 eased IB the. wherein above. HEAR PASTOR BOB GRAY SUNDAY

Youth choir under the directionof true to Him. That test Is put to''"by being in Bible School and Donald Klein of Ridgefleld Park.'I j I The. Church of Jesus Christ of/ plaintiff aoeka divorce Kradfordrounljr Speak On

Mrs. Mona Canova will sing His followers. |i Moraine, Church Services \\-on'tj New Jersey. <|Latter Day Saints .iU hold their Order In Telr nets-r pk four ahall weekly pnblleh lnouoa this

during this tervlce. will be' !' annual .I Wit a... B>T band Sad offlrUI" seal "The Parable of the Clocks"Mesxae
They i Sunday evening the 7:30 hour j], you come and brine your family :I Mrs Catherine Rose Is at home. Conference In the Wertconnelt at ritarko Florida, .".. November
accompanied by Miss Julia law the sermon subject win be "Having You need the church and the! after a visit to Shadycrest as- \ Ward on Mth< St. Sun-,t 1 t. IU'

son. Mrs. Canova is organist for Done All. To Stand.** I I church needs you. :pital for observation.New day. Dec 11. beginning at 10 a.m.I i I (OFFICIAL... SEVtA Clerk of J Thomaa I topic for the evening sertice i which begins

both services.On I Make your plans to be present Morning Worship Services 11 a. homes In Keystone which!The' principal speakers will\ be El-,By Mavea Crc' e..... rx C paid Curt at 7:30 ... )".

the Happy Hour at 7:30 the ,with us In Sunday School at 9:45.I:m, subject: '"Th nP ImpossibleWith are expected to be built before f 1''yin Chase. EMer State President: Joseph RBltdiBaJarkooHTllle..: K skipper SH. flrakaat Florida.Attr. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton

playing of Mrs. Morse and Mrs. You are invited to worship with God" Find out Just what is Christmas are those of :Mr. and,,'Elder I E. Linsey member of the for Pit II-U 4t lIB *.. ,

:Mann plano-organ-duo will lead impossible win Cod. ,|(Mrs. Kyle McMurtry. on Magnoiai' High Council, both of Jacksonville.i', ("........ Co rt. Bradford C....fP. ,. Bob Gray. Pastor

the congregational singing of re us.At I Christian Endeavor 8:3O p.m. A_. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Stuckey) A basket lunch will be served on I, .Nellie.......C.. 1. "' Plaintiff. Bible School 10:00 A. M., H.T.U. 6:30 P.M.

quests. The Pastor's message on The TabernacleRev. All young people invited. j[ron Fast Lake view DrIve. and Mr.land the ground. The usual servicesIn Frank ,....Babbitt...,,,. TVfeadant. Cane vs..
thin informal hour will be the second I Mrs S. E. McKay on WestLakeview the Starke VSO building .will s... tit Visitors cordially incited. Located Approximately
W A. Scott was in charge i: Evangelistic services 7:30 p.m.. ,be omitted. Order ol 1-BfcltratloB and .fet4e ..
In the> eerier "Requirement ( Dive Mr. and Mrs "__ TtTK or r-LOMIIl tot *
of the Youth topic: -The Unpardonable I six mites South of Stark
Meeting ,
for Salvation and will be titled Saturday: SID-'I Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Babbitt wkooo renHleBr andaddreiMi
.
I night at the Tabernacle and presented It Is Important also to be IVm.| ( ...1. iMrt. mnmlmrm MBtr. la :X39 .'."'0. Avenue,
"About Face", the youth choruj. 'A. B. Watson plan to start buildIng rtorMar Im C a.eerr.J.s den New J.sewO L''j
will again sing for this service. I an Interesting program ent for Prayer Meeting each I! on West Lskeview in the near I K M.- I which was enjoyed thorou.bly.1 Wednesday at 7:3O: p. m. A family Inc. )ICtiowaa.I4.adn4lase Ne. Ieremoer. U.... 1111. In the. .bof ..
!'I'.ft.'y. School' gathers at 43J future. ,
and Training Unions meet at 6:151: : I The admonition to the youth to. that prays together stays I Mel Sargent: and Ed Blecha are) TUr4.5._...., .... .... ... ... brio tmOf r,,,f named plaintiff'' '. Court seeks. and divorce cause and wkerela r...,
"T'T
"Heed The Call". as did the boy rLOHIIIk t ll tidy and control "tf minus cnlUtllradford '
A cordial invitation Is extended tall > tocether'j recuperating after serious illness.' >iy ucGowae. whom r..id.IM.. and County Trlecrapk ahallpupliHh
Samuel was especially timely. CHfKCir OF :Mr. is r address l> unknown. : I this Order In neat fourwrrkly 1
to worship at any of these Sunday Sargent home after a stay'In ,
The Rev. ... WUllams, You are xul-rd lo appear o. issues
people are looking
Services. young St. Vincent's Hospital ;Jack i> "'"' S. IU" in ih. above .ml
forward to next Saturday night 8th St. Clair SU. Court and ...... wh...,.. plaintiff I I f .
I sonville. Mr. Blecha la still I
On con,
Wednesday evening the MidWeek School 10 i seeks ilivorr' IlrmiKcrrl l'ouat7"
when Sunday a m.
Mrs. ;J. H. at
Hippie (guest .
'' Tfl. shall .
.
I fined to Shadycrest r h mblirh this Order
Hospital
Service lead by the Pastor Park- f-the-Palms) wilt give one Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m I.! n....i fear wkly.. l I.....u..aWHn ) LOCAL FACILITIES
where visitor are welcome.Mr. .... I
and enjoyed by 100 faithful Christ of her distinctive Flannel-Board Sunday Evening Service 7:3O: p.raT. and Mrs. ;Norbert Parker I at st......n>Florida.Land and this. rrielat.No.rrab cal.r.
loving Christiana is an Inspirationfor talks, which are always so muchenjoyt'd. P. E Sesvtc Tuesday 7:3O: p.m. 'have returned home from ::. l'4.. I of quiet refinement with organization
visit
all who take time A net of will be Prayer Meeting Thursday7:30: p.m. a '. <(-lCI.\t. SK\H A. J. Tnomaa. !
to worship, new toys with relatives in Indiana. Mr. A. Clark. nt uld Curl: WEL'i competent and thorough in its entir-
7:15: Wednesday. assembled at the conclusion of the V> llaren rronby. n. C. !
meeting.Mr. I rONGRCGATIONAt.si Parkers father returned with I T' t'r..nk ,........ru.... tI,...... FtorM. ity) enable this establishment to render -
them. >Ally for l-if ll-J and Mrs. ;J. T. Quigley and ; miooisT cnmcit a fine and moderately priced
Church Of Christ I I MM Gertrude. Houser attended t I.. CireUN "'...'. ar.d.r5 ("....p. I Ij
Mrs.. Jennie and third
Serv.ces ant
1. E. Jones, 31iei.terBible Thornquest attended e\er the teachers meeting in Jacksonville ..| I. eb..e.. service.DeVVITT.
services at the Hickory Baptist i Saturday night Sunday morning lltrtha A II men ".>...rl plaintiff.
Friday j ... .. '.
K.-ItT lb>b rla. lirrrndant. I
"
Church in Green Cove Springs, and Sunday night 11 ..m. and al :
School 10 1 No. rest.Oede. l
am. subject Saturday night. ; 9 at Congregational Metho- f Al Nelson has returned after I al .....,....,... sad %.._ "j j Me offer the people. of Starke. I
"Watch pain
Ye" Lord 12 business, I
Supper trip to Bartow. ( rp_... .T..Tt: OP ii 51011) C. JONES
noon. Evangelistic Service 7 pm.. The Guest Speaker at the Sun- Idis Church on Brownlee Road.- Notre Dame alumni held a din- Kelly iloberts. whose r..ld.ni.'e and

subject "Faith of Our Father's". :day morning service hour was the!: Rev. Ernest Grlffis, pastor. n.r.t the Keystone! Inn on Thursday -,( U a>.ldr.nritlo... _la.... bnx South,21 4arolinaTots -.\. Rout: I.I Sal trinity one of ".., moot I Phone 7 Slarke. Fla.Ambulance.

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Rev. Dale Snyder of j of tout week. Another dinner! are require to ........ AnIVrvinbvr modern and fit equipped
who with his wife !is graduate>!>!CATHOLIC fill-KOI 1*. Aft" In the
each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. a Is planned for a future .da teA n"mood Ouurl and ......., .h Funeral Director Service
You are Invited to every serviceof 'of the Philadelphia School 1 of the Sunday Mass 9.13: a.m. Frank Walwrath killed an 8-1/ artfff) .e.lia dlvoroe' 5u.above I welillng ahopa. anywhere.All .
the Church of Christ Bible. His message: Sunday School 11 am. buck '! Co5515. Tl'.raph hall I II I Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
a really .' point in the Ocala fl"e1t.the -- lhl Or l r In nest 4 wkv) I..ws.Wits.
friendly church, where you will I:ate to the Communion observance) Week Day MASS 8:30: a.m. largest killed by any K.ystn..1. ,. ..: n v hand and official, seal;I Work Guaranteed I services not otherwise. available.We .
at .10., Florida, this O'.m..r
at the close
of the hour.
,
find a warm welcome. We have worship dayBible sportsman this }'ear. U.IU- ... .
R. .Is Wednesday I p "
J. Gomes Study
nothing to offer but the Bible brought fine message -, every Richard Schultz of :Miami has' I'FICI.\I. 5E\H' A. J. Thomas.. SMITH'S GARAGE II

which we believe is all needed for I Sunday evening. at 7:43AIRPARK: entered business. in Keystone and Hares. A.<"rn.Clerk' ..,.. of Deputy all O Clerk>urtBy I furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and

the salvation of mankind. Special guests at the Tabernacle I with his mother will make his T. Frank. ndrunt.. I".k.. Flnrlda.Atty AND MACHINE SHOP accept ANY:' life \Insurance policy In force, issued by ANT

I .in coming months will" Include ;MKSIONARVPTIST home here He I I. a brother of Mrs.1 for Pit. ll-tl 41 1JI4 I' company as payment la part or la full on a funeral.
: Dr. John McNeill.: of 1VFahington -! B.\ CIIIRCII !. rtml. Cmmrt. Bradford c..atr.PI.rld.p Temple" Ate Siarke
Pat Frahar
St. Mark's : of Lawrence Boule- Consultation carries no obligation
D. C.. the Eppley Sisters, Sunday School 10:00: a.m.I\ IB)1 tb5.Mrr.1'ath.rns :ltn...... Plaintiff "to.

Rev. B. ';. Simmons, B D Vicar I of Morristown. N. ;J. and others.' Morning Worship 11:13: am.Eevnmg 'ard.'R),"" Sargent student from the i' lmrr Nu 7 6 S4Order A. Muor, I''f.nd.nl. CaM

Sunday!, Dec. 11 -9.45: % Watch for announcements. Don't: Service 7:30 p.m. U of F. visited .relative over the| .f l*.t>'llmll.ii mm.. :>...!.. t.1 * *
Church School. nursery through)I miss any of them.PETECOST.tL. Prayer Meeting each Thursday I weekend. i i rie..rae%....-... A, l.M f...le or*. .who t Florida e rrpide.e.I t..,', * * *

junior high 11 am. Morning : HOLINESS I|7:30 pm. Mr, and Mr. Robert V, Spencer'i l. rar P f CaMrlll, ..,I. Avenue,

Prayer and Sermon Rev S.v,' 10th St. and Temple Ave. 1'-Rev. U. G. Hemingway Pastor. are receiving congratulations en1, l-hlladlphla.You are. raqulr Pa :.*! to appear onrwe I

Creasey. 6pm. Youth Fellowship I| Sunday School:43 a. m.: Morn- the birth of a son, Thomas Watson 2t, M4*. In the. above named. CHRISTMASIN

at the Presbyterian. : Church. They II" ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic CIIVRCII OF Jests D.Ulo"TS: CHRIST: I In Shadycrest Hospital on Court plaintiff, .and.."... Hlvorcw rauo. eualody wherein"of ENJOY
OF LATTER
Church I'I'Nv. minor child and maintenance.
In open daily for prayer Services 7'OO p. m. Everyone! support
etr ItradfordTnunty
| The Church of Jesus Christ
and meditation 'welcome o's I Tvl'sraph. halt publish
I II Later Day Saints will hold Sun 22.GRAHAM this Order In neat 4 weekly t..uaVltneiMl
\ mv hand and ..ftll".I...' HOME.Ji.
school In the VSO buildingon \ : A
day f , Florida, Ibis. NorembvrS3.
Temple Avenue every Sundayat : uu
I ALVAREZ' STORE !,! Clothing .( \ A. J. Thoma..
II E tfen : heod 18' I 10 am. A cordial Invitationis : By Mr. ". ....MrKInney; 1! I..IC'.8'i. !;'k of said Cvurt.! :
extended to all.Keystone. Icy Haven Crosby D. C. I ae Own-

'i William I' Morgan. Fifth. Floor,! !
. ,.., J D. McKinney spent the weekend -, ("'..rk rill Mina, Jarkeonlrllw via.'
for I'lf
Ally II-** 4t ills
I at Waldo Uniting: his cousin. I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke -
; Heights ;I William Ward. | l. ('I..... f'....'. tlradtord mmmtr I
Kev. Lewis I It. Haines. Pastor r I I )fro and Mrs Carlton Davis and'1 Kh.rMai. IB C ......P. I!
Thomas Joaeph Fat... Plaintiff, rn I IThereM
., I I 'children of Waldo visited Mr. and I Ji.
.
Fato, [''' ,4.nt. Cane No. !
"la The Heart of Town. And la The Heartsof It" Mrs. Berry Dyal Thursday night :! T&IS. j'
[ \ TfIN: ) TO II.n \ ..
Order and Notle* IsIssas i .r
aof last week. .7'.t.1; : ;
The People"A I ('IIIMBEK' OK nHI\IfIC'r.: : : K OK FLI.NIUA I.t| f J rI :.
Mrs. Buddy Stokes! of Brooker Thereet Fato, wbniie residence and "
-. ___, .. I The Keystone Heights' /: Chamber I| Nh Central Avenue. Tr..n* t', 1 =. ._ .;.
pent the weekend with her I-.I; : ,
...
Southern Baptltt Church For All People lof Cummerre elected CameronBiKtmln j ion H i '.
mother Mrs. j I You required' to : .F. "
Edward are on t
.. .... .... Broughton. appear V -
." president for 19."V> and to I f .. .mb.. Mth )ISIS. 11 the above. -
I assist him O. F.'iltt1rut., vice 1 1pre..id..nt ;' Mr and Mrs. Bobbie Surrencyand i named C. url and attye, wherein
;Mom. A II happy flour 7:30 I !
Wor"hl.-O.U. : son Edward of Tampa were _
; Ralph Thomas. secreU ___ __ _
t
Sunday Srlmol -0:1.1 TraialnK l"nlon6:13Ihl".k : here on business last Tuesday % : ;

;\ "Ken Ire riliiet-day.. 8:". t t.. ,.. 'I >ry.t trearrrlr' ; Arthur Ruscher The Baptist Church has changed

------- ... .. ,. 'R A. Weeks. Harry Morgan John. Prayer Meeting lime to Fridaynight LISTEN 7itJI11 i.
I Murray H OMrenby and LeslieBeuMley Invited.
UitEAT Everybody
TWO SUNDAY :MORNING SERVICES: as directors.. A series of,, ;
Mr* txmle :.
Deirpsey and Mrs. '
m.'tlnlh./: planned! with both incoming I N ( .1SF.: OF. _
.. "The Kain L. F... Hatliff
First Service 9:45: .m.: clipperItl'gular were visiting in High
1 and outgoing membersI SICKNESSOR I ; i -
Sertlre 1 11:00: a.in., : "llul) of DediralliHi' Spring Sunday while Mr. D m.;>- _
.PHI tlrirmtlng. Outgoing officers i! ACCIDENT I ; I
I I
Hour 7:30 "."'0111 Face""Visit !rtey enjoyed deep .sea fishing: liv
Sunday Fawning: happy| : p. iiL: and directors are F.. T Martin '' _

..... .. .. 1 the Gulf. I
I"" .___ P. presidentFrank Scott. secretarytreasurer ,, WHO
\. The (.'hurt'h11b The VUlting Pastor'FARROWING S. K. McKay, corresponding '! Willie Strickland and MIlOs.10
.p secretary; and directors. Myers of Fort McCoy visited Mr Pays The Bills ? i iI : The "SUNQUEEN" $S875 :
and Mrs. Carl Jones Sunday
| Inert ;Nelson Mel Sarg..nt. Wlllllnti I
Protection
The Hall of Hampton visited.. | For Hospital!

Whlteslde .nd Roy Browning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Sunday 'I Insure: The Florida Mutual -nRITY-The:. : peace that comwith l'hrislmas it l beet t appreciated beneath MV
Arthur Hauiicher alto a director H '
y t Mrs. Beatrice limes and Mr Way! that belongs to and firmly alone. '
last year was reelectedthis Jot own roof in a home you your -v':
U Myrtle Wynn are on the sick list.
year this week I IXM'AL AGENT: FHKEUOM.: FROM KKNT: -At I lens tha'n the cost of one or two year's rent .M
'
Objective. planned during 19..9 We are glad to welcome little G. P. RAYMOND in most location! you can OWN a beautiful home from the Army Lamp ""

and Home of the long rang objectives Gary Farber from New York to
I I'. O. Hox 95 Wrecking Corporation ;:
completed during 19-49 Include our school. I ;

1 the establishment of a telephone STARKE FLA. s COMFORT-Our homes designed from quality Camp Blinding buildingsare

I central and local telephone I I planned for maximum living spare: and convenience! ;:.

1: service Building to a modern Keystone doctor's residents office!r NEW RIVER' IFETIMK; SAVINGThe amazingly low priceof! these homes are not M

I H what this means In lifetime
Think
and nerruring the services of the 1- downpayrnent-! but VU. PKICKS.: -r
AN) LONG BRIDGEBy 1 V payment, no big Interest
monthly
well-known and highly recommended saving+-?? mortgage worrie-! no heavy
;\,". E!: A.
I : Dr. Muser of Mount Do- ] Sapp I payments to make. lIere Lea home you can really own NO\\

I nt. In this latter accomplishmentthe I, Shoes Repaired

I i Chamber acknowledged wltni I{Henry Gibson) Sunday. I

II I I great. appreciation\ the assistance', 1 Bobby and Ionic Frances W/I1/.E-U-WAIT I HOMES $395 TO $1725
Mr. and Mr. FINE
'given by Mr. Roy Ward and Doctor : Meadnrv Anderson :

I Adam*. Hembree and Haye. ,J, of Deland: visited Mr. and Mrs 1 Ji..

all of Shadvcrest Hospital Ini{I THE "1HJW.ET; THE "I>1X'E"'
Starke. A series. of advertising;I .( THE -FLOKIOA"

I ---------::. ... and directional road sign was. PHONE 218 New Low Prices! I. 3 or 4 b..droor1725: with 2 bedroom New model asbestos .hingle JiM
I built and erected and a radio advertising plan 2 645 plan' sidinic. 2 or 3 "bedroom N

'" program was conductedfor ( ( ; plan. '1395
THE-SUNQIIKEN"
}
HOUSE .six months. Plans to continue'the : COLONIALFLORIST 1I..lf Sole t$1.50 1 V THE: THADEWI.NIIS- 8.V8" z S3 ... ,1
:2 bedroom< '
radio .advertising will. \ be di.- (:Men-a) b? 875 1M.

for better pork production! 1 cussed further at an early .... j I M'xZVIJASICUUILDINCJ..... . 2V > 3V: -r
II g bedroom uyf t
Jana !
I i A banquet Is. planned for ; lUlf Sole or 4 1 095 Yte M.

uary at which time the new officers I $1.00 i 25' x 27" and '395 plan only .. .. .y
For ttt, eHitienev; red. MRitot.. bald year bog koete and director. will be Inducted (Women's) only. .... -... tell r

of CONCHI HOCKS. It will i provide dry worm aaartan and. and the City Council will be hon- H THE: "SEABHEEZE"Ian ..M.Y .

: rf toiily "ptire.trolls' ,..."t.s.There's a me*ont|r reeds., ored. These llomesi An'r

Phone........ 'fof complete detail. W. "''Ii.er'I' IIR.- SL\"GlfTER TO .SPEAK' (j) Indies Lifts 25c up I -H Ready To To Your Move Lot Inlact 2'Quality;' x 27' 2 "bedroom'770!:> 815 8 a 0pbt ..M.yo .

I. AT Lr.NC-IIF.OV HERE SHOES SIIINED at ....... ........

S r CONCIITI ilOC S .IIICKJ IAIIS Dr.The Frank Woman's Slaughter Club will Internationally present FLOWERS i -AT- OPEN DAILY 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M.-CLOSED SUNDAYS

I .r::; ,:, FIOOR. DIAIN AND IOO Till famous author and lectureron

or.MIXED CONCMTI AND CEMOTf Tuesday De 13. at 12 noon FOR ALL OCCASIONSDISH STARKESHOE 'j Leaders In REAL Low I Cost 1 Housing!

I at a luncheon to be held In the GARDENS

MEETS ALL S.T.M. SPECIFIMTIOHSAIIIIIH club building. Reservation must
: be In by Saturday. Dec. II). andj, POTTERrPOTTED
may he mad through Mrs. Wm. REPAIR ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP

Buildiii Siipply, Inc. ,,--t.o.ws: ; ] Mrs. B. Rose or Mrs, PLANTS

8. E. Mckay. Dr. Slaughter, who,
1836-1018 W. Main St.. South I had earned a high place in the; FLOWERSVIRED M., .'. lfud".On. Proprietor C XMT III VNMIINf.. Kt A. f r IM \ > SI'AHKK M

medical before he ANYWHERE
profession began
Aero ttt form Park Theatre

B.n 62 GAINES\ ILLE. FLORIDAP.O. Phone 211-218 is his an career emlninent as author authority and lecturer on![ Nona St Stark = * * * * *

Florida history. .His appearance



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fRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPu. ....... .
aT. FLOAiiA
RAGS F.IGltT __________ __ .......w. DECEMBER 9.

I Veterans' Rem-inded Of "Deadline Dates" Children's Home Society Sends Urgent Appeal;!I I I Punta Gorda to Rt. I, Starke.Mr. Robt. E. Taylor from Jackson- 'dent and T. R. Connell Secy
.,
I I Foodstuffs And Thelma Harris, Box: 217, ville to Box 26 Oluntee. Fla. Trees.
Warm
For ,
Money Clothing
Benefits
Near At Hand For Several V. A. I Dover, Fla. Mrs, J. A. Bouvjer. Box 212 At thla meeting the! Club n

Tho Children's Home Society or ciety through Us State Headquar- a hulas' Peggy Wiggins.. SN.; StVincent's McIntosh, Fla.
1040 and
S
The duadllne.: dittos for applying tween October Slp-I I plans for participation in the
Florida. Florida's /great Statewide teis and Receiving Homes In Hospital, Jacksonville,
ror ncverHl, Veterans! Adminlstra- tember 1. 1915 If they ate IpSPI (
I '
lion benefits nre drawing: nearer than total In degree After the mm-m-ctarlan Child Welfareagency Jacksonville. and its Divisions at Fla. 3.' T. Thomas Elected 'Cram of the "Beach Bowl" F<
homelniw, Orlando, Lakeland, Pensacola and Miss Alma bal| Game to be sponsored bv
and tonne of these days a lot of start of the New Year such disabilities whIchItIrvea Thomas, Box 207
rx-GI's who keep putting things may keep nn applicantfrom helpless orphan and destitute',''Miami, thus making it necessary Bob Jones University, Greenville Head Of Shrine Club I Daytona Shrine Cub: on Dec

oft arc going to find themselves! passing the required physi- children of all ages and creeds I for the Society\ to borrow a huge s.C.Mrs : The Starke Shrine Club heldit ber 30.The .
but out. cal examination. From every county In Florida Is I sum to meet the desperate need J. R. Jonas 31 Broughton' Club will meet In Spe
The veteran with a service Incurred Prior' to December lilt veterans facing the greatest need for financial -I of utterly helpless children. Loop, Fayettevllle N. C. regular meeting on Tuesday Session on Friday right, Dec.ber
receiving 60 per cent or more service aid foodstuffs and child I Secondly: the Society In receiv- H. H. Solicit. 33 West 55th St., night, December 6, at which time 0, to select a queen to i'
disability who let his National connected disability compensation ren's wearing apparel that the Society i Ing for this year from the Community New York N. Y. the following officers for 1900 resent It at the Beach B

Service Life Insurance lapse were paid increased benefits' has faced In all of Its 47 Chest In Duval County only Mra. J. C. Larramore Home were elected: B. T. Thomas PresIdent -.Game and to make final arr&n
better jet; It reinstated before for dependents. A new Bill years of service to over 55,000 $2,1,000\ of the $53.000\ allotted SANTA CLAUS land, Fla. ; C. A. Futch, Vice-Presl I- merits in connection with nun
cent The veteran: homeless and needy children. I J Ito the Society for 1040 (which represented -
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January 1 1. 1050. or he might find receiving per .. .
Tim faces deficit of the minimum LETTERS ""- ---------- ---------------------
such benlfits for those Society a require-
that ho tan't pass the necessary provides I
pbyslcnl examination. If the application must apply for his benefit. The over $ 36.00O the largest deficit(II menlll I because the public did not
for reinstatement or new! Veterans Admlnistrtlon Is Bending that han occurred In all the 47 I support the Chest adequately. Starke, Fla.
Inmininco Is made before January out a form to all veterans receiving years of service. There are two This reduction alone means a deficit 'Dear Santa: PHONE PHONE

:1 the V. A. will disregard all dlslUitieH .10; per rent. compensation Important reasons for this huge of over 28000. I have only been In1' Starke a FTHnWE1IkS
.. Incurred In service be"I Thin form must be completed and.'deficit according to the long-time Under these trying conditions short,, time and am only nine ,
forwarded to the Veterans Adminifltrntion -,State Superintendent Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg Is Imploring everybody years old and I only want one 218 218
before the additional 1 l"Diiddy" "'aKg'. who recently began everywhere to give all they present.

compensii tion will be paid. Thoj 1 his fortieth year of service to I J possibly can In money foodstuffs i| Please Santa bring: Momle
effective lute Is Dcccmbur 1, but Florida's needy childhood. First: of every kind as well as children' ,back to me. Momie died two THE IDEAL GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS
In order to qualify marital rec-j I many friends of the Society whoIn wen rubles of every kind and size Chrlstmases ago and last Christmas -

ords and birth records of minor previous years mado contrbu-!I toys, gomes, dolls, goodies in order -! was so sad for me. Won't AT THECOLONIAL
children must bn! on record with I tlons to the general State-wide to assure every homeless and: you send her back. Mother was
? the Veterans Administration. Veterans gel-vims to destitute and needy orphan child at least a little some as pure as the breath of angels
I rated at no per cent better)I children this year sent In contributions thing on Christmas day and she doesn't need a towering FLORISTYOU
contact. a Service Officer to make to the recent successful All moneys should be sent to R. monument or a tablet of bronzeor
:certain that the necessary records campaign to rnlse $450,000 to erect V. Covin ton. Treasurer, 1640 Os- stone to remind me of her
:, :ale submitted four badly needed now R..- cenla Street, Jacksonville and all love. Midst the gladness of WILL FIND.:
1s celveng Homes In Jacksonville, articles other than cash to the
Mt Christmas heart is breakingso
Any additional information or I my
t tufts help may be secured through A.I and have not sent In contributions Children's Receiving Home, 2560Klverslda please send my Momle back DISTINCTIVE CHRISTMAS CREATIONSAT

tuftsSOSIttD .1. Thomas Jr.. County Service!to feed, clothe and shelter the Avenue Jacksonville, to me. I don't know how to
Officer. more than 1,500 pitifully needy or to the Receiving Homes! at pray. The only prayer I know 'LOWEST PRICES
I youngsters who have already received Lakeland Pnnsacola. or 'Miami. I'll I learn
the
one never forget In Corsages Dish Gardens Arrangements .
I' I the aid and cure of the So- The need. IN urgent and deK|>erate. ed at Momle's knee. It began .

Deeds RecordedMr ; "Now I lay me" and ended "God Centerpieces Memorial Wreaths for the Cemetery .

I and Mrs. J, W. McIntosh T. B.-Seal Sales Credited For DeclineIn I bless you Momie and keep me a items
I IIof and many other gift
girl
good
The tobacco barn package ,I Jr.,Starke.of Starke Lot to 0 Martha of block Stock 2 off II Florida's Tuberculosis Death Rate I II -Julie Cornwall
FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE FREE DELIVERY:
Alvarez If you have a box of candy
of
brings high-quality, Pearre's: He-Subdivision
;you Addition to Starke. I I Itch In every county of Flor- Florida's State nnd Local Associations left over 1'1take\ that. Send it __, .. _,_ _._ _____________ d u ____
Igh-ylelding seed. icccntly delivered thousands use Seal sale funds In a to the newspaper.
Mr. end Mrs. E. K. Perrymanof |of letters containing Christmas program of education among tho ..
Bradford County to AlbeitClailt Seals. Their delivery heralds the people of Florida developing action Dear Snnta: .
frown on McNalr Farms of Trenton Fla. Tract of I renewed attack on tuberculosis by agninit this disease. The programiltclu.lea I am a little gh'l 2 1-2 yearsold. !
land In the SW Quarter of NF the people of Florida. teaching the people of' I want you to bring me a -A
Uy Quarter of Sue. B, Twp. 7 S, R. Those who are not reached by Florida to learn and report .symptoms doll mid broom and some apples

22 FMr.. mAil have the opportunity to con- nf tuberculosis to their doctors and nuts. My little slater la 4 Rebuilt .
and Mrs. }I. A. Manussa to I .
tribute their share the
through and to accept hospitalization years" old. She wants you to
McNAIR'SYieldTested Harry Young of Bradford Coun purchase. of seals and bangles. when necessary.. It urges them to bring her a doll and a ball. .
ty. Lot 6 of Block 1 of Sunny These wilt be sold at Seal Sale ink for and stand solidly behind Mother said we have been prettyi I II I.
Seed Acres In N 1.4 of SE: 1-4 of Sec. Booths and on Bangle Days dur- all\ good health legislation in Flo-i Rood girls. You friend. tyNn
21, Twp 8 S, U. 22 F, ing the week before Christmas. ridn. I! KoHelee McKinney
I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin B. Futchof Tho traditional buying of Christmas The State ASHnclatlon' rnrour. Graham Flu.i .
Company Jacksonville Fla., to W. B. Seals In Florida continues un- age: all medical research and cooperates -i id s
Devine of Jacksonville )0'111:1 til Seal Sale closes on Christmas In an Intensive case-finding 1! Dour' Santa Claim, I want a "
LAUKINIiUIU;. N. C. 3-4 of W 1.2 of SW Quarter of with the Bureau of ONLY
TnhcrriiloMis ,
program doll with a lot of clothes a radio
NW Quarter of Sec. 27, Twp. 5 S. Day.Since the first Seal watt sold In Control, State Board of that sings you to sleep, and some
Sold Dy n.22 E, Florida In lOll, tuberculosis has Health.\ I I candy and goodby. 0I10S I
Mr. and Mrs D. F. Pnngborn/ fallen from first to eighth place These activities )Florida's Staid I Georgie Bunch

of Keystone Heights Fla., to Mr. as a cause of death. Even so, statistics And Loral Associations are Starke, Fla.
R. B. Roberta & Son supported
and Mrs. I. E. Harris of Green prove that today tuberculosis
,
each by the continued
Cove Springs Fla. NE Quarterof still kills more people in Florida sale of Christmas year Seals. I Dear Santa I am a little girl 0.Ysar StfViMante fur-, Ftfl.J.
Worthington( Fla. NW Quarter and SE Quarterof ) *. e MEW .ud. .
than any other communicable I Idill" 8 years old. I go to school andI a.a./a.ntr.t
ealwl 'RICE
This the goal hal been Increased -
year
NW Quarter of Sec 15, Twp.
"". Tho first records of tuber have_ been a very good little IMMEDIATE I DELIVER HIM slrilSM' taftirnrtai
7 S, R. 22 E. by B percent over last:
And culosis deaths In Florida were girl my 1am.say". Will you <'.8 .*".
Mr. and Mrs. Owen J. Andersof made In 1017. Since that time the years goal of 400 thousand dollars. please bring me a doll that says EASY TERMS L"! -' '!':!!' '.,-
Again, with Floridian generosity,
Bradford County to Frances death rate has fallen 89 percent.The pa and ma a pair of skates. My
G. B. Colson McIntyre Wilkinson of Starke. the people of Florida may be expected Liberal TrieVln AIUwact
falling death rate Is due In name' .IH VUI'S Crews, Lawtey
Land In SE Quarter of SE Quarter part to advancing civilization and to support the activities of ACME VACUUM STORES Inc.
JJrooker Fla.immwannsmw.nnsm.nw.a. of Sec. 29 Twp. 6 S, It. 22 better living conditions and to thedlrt'l.t their State and Local Tuberculosis -i Fin.I 412 West Forayth St.,
Associations by their traditional -I "
E. attack on tuberculosis by I I Dear Santa I'm a little boy 7 Jacksonville, Florida.
-.,, mwmrnmerm,,. .we.......fIwfIDlllmemwnaunthlam"uaafMnnmlrnI. ,,,( ,,,, ,, .! ,, ,, ,, ,,,, ,,. ,,'tit i"uimi" itftnintitiiiittHW,,,,"' .!", medical rl'Ho'rchlnd the work of purchase of Christmas years old In the 2nd grade. Santa, I would like a free home demonstration of aHOMEDEMoisrRATION
==== = : '-="- Seals. I
; ; C.f. State and Local Tuberculosis Associations j jTf I I1. will be a good boy If you bring beautiful rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine completefor
BENEFIT and Health Depart. you received seals. through the, me a big wagon so I can hauli J39.0O.Name .
BALL ments.. This conclusion Is held by' mall and have not yet sent In your:i wood a truck an air rifle and a USE COUPON.' -
'I
many public_.health leaders. remittance please do so at once,':]I I tent. Santa remember all the _. Address: .............__..._____..___... --. --

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9 1949 -- -- i I other good HUlA boy and girls r ,, C'tv __________________________ State _.. ______.
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Lava, Laverno Dyal
I "Kate Struth Cooperative Benevolence"Being pSSssrrsssssrrssspss. .r ...........-----
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USO BUILDING ,- STARKE. FLA.. Organized For Worthy Program | Dear Santa I want u rubber
i doll, H hook of Rudolph the red '-
">.i I That needy children and others At the end of the fiscal year, nose reindeer, and a canh regis
A .. in Bradford County may be provided an annual. report will be requiredof ter. An.11 want to get my brother -
I honoring rl with financial assistance It the Secretary-Treasurer. a I'al.1.' a truek. Mothef J !
? Is planned by a group of citizens Minutes of all meetings wilt be I said I have been a good girl. KOCH'SguV'RateDRUG
BRADFORD of the County to organize them- recorded and available In the office Thanks Your friend,
TI F fAlselves|| Into a charitable organlza- for Inspection by any and all I Nancy Case. 1
y HIGH 4 tlon for that purpose. The In- members at kill times.
,:jltentlon Is to raise funds by a All money paid In shall be deposited ADDRESSESOF J

TORNADOESBob .; membership fee of 25c to be fol- In a bank or banks and: INTEREST STORE toll I Drugs S
tl
t lowed by a monthly fee of 25c: withdrawn by check signed by the
:I and voluntary donations. Secretary-Treasurer and countersigned
The following new, renewal and
r The organization Is to be known by the chairman of the. I change: of addresses received by J FREE /JELIVERY PHONE 53 16 Days Till Xmas! J
advisory board.
Lord & His Orchestra d as "The Kate Struth Cooperu- the Telegraph\ will be of Interest
'q Live Benevolence", It Is to bonondenominatlonal. The. monthly fees are small to friends:

INFORMAL ;, and unincorporated.. The nonpolitical home the but aggregate if the membership will provide Is large many.. Richard., East Orange Jackson. N..1.80 rtcn..hllwAvl' J LAST WEEK FREE Complete Line Bill Folds

necessities for children and others '
office will be In Starke Florida. r Arcadia. Mich. !
Fred Radar
$1.00 Per Person (tax incl.) s Miss Kate Struth Is to manage and It Is sincerely. hoped that F. C. Orr from Jacksonville to
the citizens of NAMES Xmas Cards With NAME FREE !
the will
the affairs of county
8:00 P. M. Till? the organization respond readily to this cause Rt. 2. Box IMF. Starke. J on J
i j and act as its Secretary-Treas : !Mrs. A. S. Strickland from
which
p"TTiTifirrnf-r i iii.i';nwoiwnw'uwwnuuwunw.wawwwwinwwuuawuuwwiwuwwwunwwriwuwuwuwiw, .. .,. ,. ,.. ,. .. ,. wW.Ji.. ....'" urer. should bring comfort and '.
cheer to many little children who I. '
An advisory board of five is : ,,, GIFTS !
have Insufficient food and clothIng GIFTS
to be elected to serve for the as well as medicine.It MAGIC ./ ,

A 1950 MODEL 9-FOOT period of one year. The advisory Is Miss Struth's )plan to con- Flash Lights 59c Men'r( : t\
board shall meet on the evening of tact as many as possible In person JEWELRY SHOP 4 Brush Sets .. 59c 4
the first Tuesday In each monthto and others by correspondenceand i \VK' SPKCIALIZK: .
transact such matters as may she hopes to have the organization Pocket Knives 49c ,
Croslev ShelvadorREFRIGERATOR IN WATCH REPAIRI'ftlng Perfume
be presented for its consideration functioning by the first
: Genuine Material
and at which time the Sec of the year 1030. tl Atomizers .- 39c

retary-Treasurer shall\ submit areport All citizens of the county are We!I also repair clock. II I' i1 Tot's Hankies 25c ,

of the previous month's I invitedand urged to assist In this Rings A: Other Jewelry tl lively Rex Set
activities. .[I worthy cause.HAIITON i1 Pen & Pencil Set 98c Compact & Comb 1.25 ,
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Every Job we turn out

WILL BE AWARDEDTO Final Nut Sale TRAINING !SCHOOL. GU.UIANTKED 100 Percent. "
tXPRES APPRECIATION Out Aim Is to SatMj. YARDLEY LENTIIERIC and SPICE GIFT SETS
Held Here Tuesday _____ i iIS ,
The faculty and trustees of the,I years experience. ; For MEN and {WOMEN IS
THE LOCAL WINNERIn .
The third and
final pecan auction Hampton training school wish to, -
of You will find It will pay to ,
the season was held at ,
I thank everyone who had a part
have It done the Magic "'.y.
the State Farmers Market Tuesday .
Crosley's Million-Dollar GiveAwayAT In making the school's Thanksgiving -

with 7.339 pounds of nuts offered event 1bl'f success on.1 Thank You. Daisy AIR RIFLES . 1.98Streamlined '
at an average of 28c per Wednesday, Nov. 23. DOLLS
OUR STORE pound The crop was light this Prof. L. A. Williams made a I I' .
year, due In part to hurricane LIGHTS
address the
Thanksgiving on program FLASH S9
damage lust full. -
: which preceded the distribution -
SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 01'0--------- of the five baskets.! The an- Save Time, Work, t All ._ -
I niinl distribution of baskets to the'
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION needy was carried out by the faculty and Money! Prices Steel Blade Midget Knives 49c '

and student body. This -
practice -
4:00 P. M. hm. been a feature of each YIi From
: Pounds Of Your w ,
Thanksgiving program at the 59c Nickel Plated NUT SETS 39c

I school since 1046. when Prof. Williams 9 Laundry Done In
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Don't Miss Seeing The Lucky flint became principal. : ,

The pitrons and trustees, along: Only t98 Lovely Boxed Stationery 1.00 1

I with the faculty, wish. to thank i .,
Winner Of This Contest Receive the groceiy ftores of the county Minutes. It Is

for their generosity In contributing -I Washed Spotlessly ( Aluminum Bun Warmers 98c J
to this cause Esch student 40 .
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Famous Horaman Doila -
This $299.95 Refrigerator ,also contributed something to the Clean-Ready "

success of the event.John Jones To Iron! Pyrex Casseroles . 1.897
Drink & Wet Dolls Soft ,
President: C. J. Brown, Secretary: _
"" ." Prof. I. Willllams., Principal.W.C.T.U. =
It
t Cents Is All Dolls See Our Crystal Boudoir Lamps 1.98Selection. *
.1 ,.,., '\ .. f Body': .
40 Cohtst! Try Our '

BETTER PKODLCTS FOR UATrtOt WING 17-Key Plastic Pianos -' .
2.98.
PHARMACISTS I Service Soon! ,
IT IS TRUE THAT WOMEN _
ON: .TIIE-DIINiT SERVICE FIRST TEMPTED MAN TO EAT
ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLYJ. OF THE: FORBIDDEN FRDIT. The Washeteria '

PHONE RUT HE TOOK TO DRINKING I Free Xmas Wrapping On All Gifts Purchased J
R. Kite. Owner-Manager Starke Fla. 'OF HIS' OWN ACCORD.UNION AveaM
Day 64 Night I ( SIGNAL) 39 3 Temple

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