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School will be dismissed at noon !gave aa prizes aprons thatwt're Nn. 7514.curser Order t In next four wot-kly IxHueaWltnep ... ..
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and Mrs. Tommy Forsytha and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Sr., for a .., Pebiliatlon mult !5ntlr. 'otpmr. ,* my hand and official P.
for the holidays beginning againon her handiwork and first lI.n. ml Florlrfu I. Clrrult Court. Ilmrtfnr4 fammtj. foal at Starke, Florida tills Nov. Lillian Hlerner whose residence
Jan. 3.I'AYER family.Mr. I few days. second and "bingo" awards went rj.cirir.. A. !Woore who," .... ,," Klorlilai In Cbaiipvrr.Kilicxnn .. 29 1949. and addresS I I.* 3511 DeKalb Avenue,
Tuesday and Mrs. H. D. May :were Mrs. E. T. Martin has as a holiday respectively to Mrs. M. E. Orlner In PhlliidPlphU,rnrf K. .C., Pa(fantelll i Krla f"'j I.H Wolfe Wolf, 1..>,,Plaintiff'..ndllllt. t'umt va. Mar.Karct No.. OFKICIAI. SEAL) A. .T. Thomas limos You, New are required York: to a?>poar on

OBSERVANCEThe I visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. guest her mother Mrs. Mary 1 to Mrs. C. 1 M. Turney and to Mm. You "r. required to nn.ar 7D3I.i ICy Haven A Crosby* Clerk D.of r 7Klwmlnir. .iald Court December Court 2 Baptist W. M. IT. met In the, Harry' Eddy In Waldo. I Kimball and her sister, Miss D. L.. Nix. (Deo.' 'rt28. IMS.an4 In the Mbov.w nnmeill,. 'Order i I nf PuKllrntltn. & 1V.1.l... to.. Jon.". Scott, Ilittts. Marnett plaintiff eeekn. divorce award at
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r lnT sap rar. vr TK Of KLOMIIIt ,
Community Hall last Thursday af-I Margaret Ann Kimball of Mar- >lnlntlff ....k. ftlvorrfl, custody of Mariiftrpt I.. Wolf, whose. rtHidenif, .. National Hank Ifulldlnic. Jackoti children to defendant. ..etc. Bradford thU'
trrnoon, with Mra. Frank Thomas: garetsville N. Y. I Mm. Doris Davis and children minor.*,child.tu.. support and Bradford malntnnnr. Ohio"YOII I Is. 2IU Uravoort Itoad, folumbua 3. Atty.UlM.Cur Flarlda rif. 11-2 4t 12-21 Order County' In Tvlvuraph next f'.ur xliull weekly publiHb. .-..."".

Jn charge of the Week of Prayer i Mr. and Mra. Norbert Parkerare of Jacksonville spent Sunday with C*..iinty TeKvraph nhnll publlNh Wltnt-ei" mv hand and official
Service studying the lesson. "His: Keystone Heights i iI leaving for Evansville Ind. Ly. D. Dobbs and family. thIs' Order In ass, 4 weekly IHHUONWltnentt JAn. 2,!are 1950.required In the to ahov appear namnd on In flrralt Court. nradfwril founlr, At "' 'Btnrke Florida, this November
hAnd and flclnl a,1!
Nome ahall be called Wonderful.! I the weekend and rnv Court and lauiiifvbiitin, plainltltHA Plorlitai In Chnaperr. OFr-YcJAt. SEAL) A. J Thomas
where they will make their home. I During Mr. at $.....k". Florida thin. Nov"mh.rU. .ka divorce, flradfoi-d ( ..
'I Count John W.1 hel, 1-l.ilntlff. VH. Elsie A<* Clerk r mid Cuurl.
Members also met .with Mrs. Mr. Pnrker a geologist consultant Mrs. Jinirnle Bradley and thcli 1 1949. _. I, TfluKruph shall publish thin Ordci )f Abel. nnfendant. Cia N,,. 7682l fly Haven Crosby I>. C.
Thomas In her home on Friday for will offlce there. baby daughter! of Jacksonville and (OFKICIAI An SEAT.Cl..rk of A.S.said: Tlinmaa Court In> next four weekly |1..11.>,H ru>r o( .'....II..U... sad *..II... to T. Frank Lnndi-uni, ..tarke. Florldn,
I PEPPER hEAR) hERE open He was Wllne hand ... *
I my anil official i ilu."Th I \PP. STATK OP KI.UIIIU, tol Atty. for I'lf. 11-25 4t lil
C" all-day meeting. Including acovered Spnntor Claude Pepper spoke to formerly associated with DuPont.Mr. | Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and I Ry Haven Crosby, It. 4.William ''' ,. ,.,. ,'. ,' '. ,, ,,,,,,,' .. .,,,, ,, ., .. ,., ,._ .,,,....,, .. .. .,. ,., ,
I IIorll'lIn.! Fifth Kl'inr, ''' > Nil' ""'" '" "' ""_""_n"nllO'_"''''"''''''''" "' '''' '''"''"''' ""''' "--'-''''"'''''' ''''''-"''''flflli''' "II alit swrSisiuv" INP
dish luncheon. These their children of Starke were vl..- -----
pro- a large !group at Keystone Inn and Mrs. J. McDonald and I I Clark Pullitlnu! JacksonvIlle "In.Atty. ..
frrims' were greatly enjoyed by last Friday night. The Senator was son will move to Keystone shortly.Mr. 1 Itors of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Brad- for Plf. 11-88 4t ISU "
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e'l. There were nine members Introduced by State Senator Sin-' McDonald U with the DuPont ley. !. flrralt .......t. Bradford Coast., i "DON'T FORGET

present at both meetings. tor Smith who reviewed Pepper's Company and will be associated Mr. and Mrs. Bob Berkley and Klnrlilat %In It man C'fc u
Mm. Alma Saxon left Monday record and praised him as a vice with the ilmenite mine at Camp I their children Margo and Michael "... Kelly Itubertii. 1>,,'..n"anL. Cunt- -

fnr Riverside Hospital Jacksonville presidential. possibility. Senator Blanding. of Newburgh New York arrived Order No. 7S21.or PHblleatlon ..* Notlre tAppmr. .. 4 '

where she will undergo ob- Pepper discussed welfare legislation Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morgan are Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. KellY Robertn.. MTATH whose Of K reptfleni-n!.onll". and tol TO REMEMBER"

.".vatlon and X-Ray treatment and services accomplished and< leaving to .upend the Chrlxtmn.1 10. Strlngfellow. i address: In' box 221-A. Routa 3,
for several days. planned for the future by the Government holidays with Mrs. Morgan's parents Mr. and Mra. Martin Rolnau and U,'i>rK town. Hnuth Carolina:
You Brit required to apptnr nnDeuembvr
I t. C. Cox Jr. of Washington D. He particularly complimented -i In Murrlatown N. J. their children of Palatka and Mr 24. 1949 In the above I

V.. has been visiting his parents' Tracy Baker Jr. for arranging Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiggins! are and Mrs. Sam Cahoon of Jacksonville plaintiff nnmrd Court aai k.and divorce..reuse. prndfnrdr'ountv wherein:I Santa
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Cox. lIe the dinner and for his spending the holidays with relatives were dinner guests of Mr. Telearraph nhalt' pnhllHh !

splendid job In getting so many In Greer, S. C. and Mrs. M. E. Orlner at noon thin Witness Order my In next hand 4 and wnuklv official|NU! neal<*. ....,. Z.

-", ppople to attend.Dr. Col. and Mrs. Tom Demery ,will Sunday. nt Hturke Florida, thla November. A" I I

EXPERT Frank Slaughter discussed visit In Keystone during the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bra nnon. lit.( t)49OFKlCIAt. SEAT.) A. 3. Thnma USE: OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN
contemporary literature ami his season. Mrs. Bryan Whitfield and Miss AK Cleric of nald ('('(.rC ? .
Py Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE I
newest book "Divine Mistress" be- Helen Whitfield
were supper! guestsof T. Frnnk l.andrum. flnrke. Plurlrta
*% /. fore a large luncheon !group at the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson In All)'. for Plf. 11-25 4t 1218 ,I I 11k i

Woman's Club Tuesday.. HA was BROOKER Jacksonville: Saturday.Mr. I Do Your Christmas
Introduced by Mrs. W. J. White- and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier I : r ..

sides"' president of the club. Also By Iva Mae Lewis 1 and children of Lawtey spent Sunday Louis R. Dean I Shopping Early I
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at the speaker's table were Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs..A. C. Kirk- ______ .
F. M. Walrath. Sr.. Mrs. Ben land. .
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. TAX CONSULTANT-
Crosby of .
Rose Mrs. S. E. McKay and Mrs.
Sarah MacDonald.A Linden are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooley of Kingsley Lake SCHWINN
IC J. W. Thomas a few days this. was the overnight guest of Spencer BOOKKEEPING ; ,.
epa Christmas party .will be the week. Crews .
Friday.
feature, of the Rotary Club meetIng SERVICE BICYCLES 41.95 to
SERVICEChaa. Mrs. Helta Brown of High S-Sgt. and Mrs. Calvin Williams, i 66.951
on Friday Dec. 16. Rotarlan
Springs, visited Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. little Sherrle Williams and Mrs. : _
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B. Rose Is In charge of the pro- I
Molt and children Sunday. I... A. Shepherd went to Atlanta ; HOKSMAN
C. gram. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rnhn of Ga. Sunday to visit relatives there 120 So. Walnut St. q _
I The new doctor's office being Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. Elton and In Rlnggold Ga. for several STARKE FLORIDA I .: : ; DOLLS 2.98 to 6.98
ShepherdAt built adjoining the post office Is Taylor of Worthington Springs days. i I :

Gay's!! Service Station nearing completion. visited Mrs. Banla Mott due to illness Following a week's visit with iI .

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey DeVrlos Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams Mr. I N.e 1IORSMAN >>

,have purchased and recently moved Miss Geneva Stokes Is. residing and Mrs. J. T. Williams returnedto .

LL In ployed.We Jacksonville. where she Is em- day.their home In Ft. Pierce- Mon-, : 13-in. Bride Doll 5.981


are sorry to report I he illness Mrs P. S. Crews returned home HOWARD'SrteL ttt"c' I
: of Mrs. Baffle Mott. We wish Sunday from AuburndAle where
H FREE her a .speedy recovery. she had visited her mother Mrs, Cash Registers 3.79 i

Wo regret very much the death Emma Rivers since Wedneoday.
of Mrs. Roy Green on Dec11. Mr. and Mrs. R. W Brannenwere D EKII ,

Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelly of guests of !Mr. and Mrs. H. P. SKNIOIt:
For Free Prompt Removalof Wlldwnnii visited relatives hero CJalney' In Brooker Sunday. PISTOLS, and "

lat weekend.' HOLSTERS 1.19 to 4.30 Tinker Toy Set 2.25
Miss
Dead Crippled and Worthless Madeline Green and Mrs
Velelta Davis of Jacksonville vii- ,. .
CATTLE, HORSES, MULES, HOGS ItPd their parents last weekend. NEW RIVER ELECTRIC METAL


$1 1 CALL 132 STARKE Gent children Mr.Stokes and of Mrs.Sunday.Mr. Starke Sanford. visited Hicks.Mrs and J AND Hy Mrs.LONG E. A.BRIDGE Sapp Cull on 11'1' for reliable drug' TRAINS, 12.95 to 27.95 TEA SEfSSTi: 1.79 & 1.98:

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and Mrs. J. K, Douglas of
Mrs. Pledger Johns and health. nt-e.I N at worthwhile |I" MOTOROlARADIOS
Storks visited Mr. and / and children '
'WE ALWAYS COME I Mrs. Howard -
Douglas; and son Friday. : visited her parents Mr. and satingVe pride' ounwltrn Mrs. W. H. Hinton of Waldo Mrs. N. A. Conner of Midway Satirday -

FLORIDA RENDERERS Inc. Visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green night and Sunday. the !vertipuhais evattwwi vthJch

Monday. Mr.Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody visited goes' into every .single, pre'tflptlon q i TOYS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown of and Mr.. Harold Shiver In i
w Putnam Hall visited Mrs. Gainesville Saturday.Mr. we' fill.

"L Green a few days last week.Mary and Mrs. C. J. Hanson and : FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
Mr. and Mrs. Pete PHONE 79
I'-rlends here regret the death of Sapp of Pnlnt- I
NOW TONI I HOME PERMANENT Mrs. Mary L. Green's brother ka were dinner guests of Mr. and Temple Avenue Stacks, Flu. : ,
lln Hale of O.j Mrs. Ira Merritt Sunday.Mr .
Dukes.. _on. Dec It.jviss Ii.' 144 West Call Street

TWICE AS EASY-TWICE AS FAST ,''Pitt"L Baxter L.uneaia and Mrs.Plnhoitcr Nora Sapp Mrs. returned and home Mrs.last William Saturday Grnnirei from _' .J...... .., ........" ."'" '''' .'':".,.. ,.......', '" ....... _1It..I.,"' .!!' .' ."'. ...._.._"'.....".."..,'!'"..".."... .,,"'''''I"".... ............,............_.... I

I]' were In Gainesville shopping Tues several weeks visit with relatives
'tiny.I In Whitesvllle N C. '

1 I Mr. nnd Mrs. D. I.. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews antifamily
N.w'.'"! llef.ll Kit. New Photo Joe and Mr. and Mrs. John Shawof son and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Again in 1949
show how
Method Directions '
of lacrosse visited Mr. and Mrs. Sapp attended church In Lake Butler
Toni now waves many types
hair in at little a. 30 minute. |IT. S. Mann Saturday. last Sunday.
| J..ff Goolsby and Miss Ida Merritt made a bual
Silas Coolsb .
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.100 ,(pg Miami and of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. BanIliuidlngham vlsl-- Happy greetings, Yuletide' MORE, PEOPLE HAVE BOUGHT CHEVROLETSthan

Complete Set New Toni SPIN ted l Mr. and Mrs. I,. L. Parker. cheer. Strong's best wishes

Curlers. No more rubber bnnrls I Mr. and Mrs. H. ff jno visited for the year.HowTo.
4 -all pla-rtie .nll. in.one fripll; relatives in Galiu-.sville, Saturday
'|im" ,loeksith: II flick of 'W other makejust
the 6nl,U. j129: [J J JI. RelieveBronchitis any

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lJ ,*. PNeCW SSSSSSf
..,.,.,.Q/' ._ fr' LONG BRANCH

as they have done during the total( 19-year period, 1931 to-date !
KOCH DRUG STORE By :MrJ.. L. StrlrkUnil Crcomubion relieves promptly because .

it goes: right to (lb. lIIal: of the trouble
STARKE, FLA. INFANT RALSTON to help loown. mad expel germ laden
rhlcgm and aid nature to sooihe sad
.. horn to Mr. and Mm Pete Rn\\ heal raw. tender. Inflamed bronchial: I

don nn Thursday Deo. /8 A on. mucous: memhranet.Tell your dNtlIiSl; THE men and women of America know value when they tee M

Rlhort Y. IIIC"ne. Wo are nnil, tn nay I It) sell you a bottle of Creomuluoo ,..,..., .. ...-
: I 1the Infant wan nil led bark to Hen- with the undemanding' you must like ... -' ... Consequently, they are purchasing more Chevrolet _4

von, Saturday morning/ about 1,1 the wav! it quickly allays the cough; S1 f-- passenger cars than any other moke and more Chevrolet ?' 11J
o'clock. or you tit have back. t .0
It are vour :
In money
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vrry sad to hnvp to trucks than the next two makei combined. thereby placing ., .
purl with our clear bablca beforewe CREOMULSIONfor .. ...... .
ran Chevrolet first in sales this year just as they. hove done for .. ... _. ",
but rind l enjoy knnwn bout.theirveet The baby nmllen.was.. Coughs.ChestColds.Bronchitil the total 19-year period, 1931 to date. .:: P.... .

laid tn rout In Padjrett Cpm..tary. flRST Naturally we and an Chevrolet dealers ore deeply FIRSTin

// The Manning; family has mumps. pattenger car soles& appreciative of this overwhelming tribute of preference;and in truck sales for '49*

Mrs. Manning and one of tha children for '49'FIRST we join with Chevrolet in pledging to do everything possible to..s...-2-...........
are rnnfmed
to the bed
And one boy hall recovered at present to give you greater and greater value in the months and

"iifflrlently to nurse the others. _ _ years to come. _ _ _
EVERYONE TALKS Those suffering from severe
.
roldi are J. D. U'llklnson., Ruddy .
Wilkinson. Junior Jtonley. and Hazel -

ABOUT THE and Ella Mae Oateen. We heard "/....",. .... .. ...... .
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some other :
sniffles In Sunday -- .... -
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SHhoo) this morning; and hope they '- _
do not turn Into colds servere enough -
: to Cause the children to 'f' FIRSTin

miss srhool.We .
In car alet truck sales for
are Kind;: to know that Homer pattonger
I'P Padgett la home for ail postwar yea,. et.., ._ -... _. ... 00,_ all postwar years
P again: from the a45..._....._M__...... ___ _4
Starke hospital. and feeling; fine. _ _ _ 1.5S .ffidei se.4. $50.a
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Tracy Padgett has the flu.
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AB .,.r America on big farrnii and little 'ar. fir. ._
". k'. proving<< anti AII'!< C. B. Belt like our --- -

ICaelfnaG Year "Round Tractor". winning/ tame for all Florida. weather, fine. They say it 1 ,
-.-.. performance' all 'round the farm all year' 'round. beats. the now and Ice In Kentucty. WE FITFire -- -- -;;: -,

Mrs. Belt's health Is .- -
Y_' respect lie Ford Tractor for Improv- w
the way It bnrtlrs down log: All well as could be expected
so beairy joN of plowing or dincuic. Youll like It, and Dearbornfqalfmtmt considering- her age: and nature of Insurance to your
too, for the way yen tan) do such Job a. an.pin.. her Injury. They are ,.
making the'r" ... .
levellnf. bMMUnf ditching terracIng, home with their aon-ln-law and personal .need C.ll FIRST FIRST #.. ;.

ing; eUggiaa;pott holes or sawing .. daughter. Rev. and Mrs. J. L. FIRST In passenger car tale In truck saks for FIRSTIn

Deal-bora InipUaaents lift or 1 lower. at e.vatR Strickland.The Charley E. Johns In lolol' number of for total i 19-year period, total 19-year period, total number. of

the Ford Hydraulic Touch C. .. ; BYPU and preachingser. can em rood today 1931 to data 1931 to data trucks on road today
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p f.'r a elesBoastratlois. ,__ vice were well attended at the Agency
Mission Station last Sunday night.
Pkoae IS FL.4.TMK .
8TARKK
We '
took the offering; for missions

and we are proud to say all grave I I0
DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc. freely and the offering wag much TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

more than we expected. We are I

1436 W. Main St.. South (: aeyM.. flu. thankful for this generous offering; I.--_..... TNAyCUM Mwtfwtf I'PHONE STARKE FLA.
"'- T We do know it will help someone I 111 CALL & COURT STREETS.P'
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."RID.\'''. DECEMBER 19. 1949 RR..u)1"ORO rorvrv TFLMRApn.': STIRKK': VTAvRIT PAOE!: SEVT:: JH


Baptist ChurchStill DOVGREG .' I said and did I cannot believe | your duty in the foreground; to close your book of complaints againat -
M 7TI1OUIST CHURCH I aald and did them; of the things ... that fellowmen .
[f. your are Just the management of the un-
using: two great Sunday Services every rust and third I said of my husband which I as real as you are and try to look Iverse. and look around you for .*
wMBs Morning Worship Services at the Saturday night Sunday morning caused him much persecution, and (!i behind their faces to their hearts place where you can sow a few
First Baptist Starke. to accommodate and Sunday flight 11 am. and of my friends, I can only say Insanity -! ,: hungry for Joy, to own that probe seeds of happiness are you >. 111-\
the great crowds attend 8 pm. at Congregational Methodic could only have done It. I j ably the only good reason for your Ing to do these things even for a

,*. Inn all servlr'ea. The Pa tor'a message Church on Brownlee Road.- do not remember saying or doing I existence is not what you are goIng day' Then you can keep Chtmtmas -
liiiQii. !! for the First Worship Hour Rev Ernest Grlffls, pastor. them because they are untrue. j I i to get out of life but .what .
I Nk at 9:4will: : be "Christmas and The doctors say my Insanitywas you are going to give to life; to I -HENRY VAN DYKE.ALVAREZ' .
Jenus." The Youth Choir will sing PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS caused by something that' I
CHURCH OF COD St.: Mark' Episcopal directed by Mrs. Mona Canova l.th St and Temple Ave. happened eight or ten years ago,:
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Rev. L. S. William. Pastor ,ar.iiy-SchooI' 9.4S: a. m.: Morn- and I do remember a fall I had Men's ClothingEstablished
The regular worship hour la at 11
Rev
R. E. Xlmnwnit, R. D.. Vicar STORE If
8Ui & St. Clair Sts. \ ;;
o'clock at which time the pastor's Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic nine years ago.I I ruSANTA >1894Don't
Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. IS- 9.45 a.m. message/ will be "The Duty of Ded Services 7:00: p. m. Everyon.welcome. have six doctors who say I; _
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Church School, nursery. through ication" the 3rd In the series ''D was Insane at least four-fifths of:
Sunday Evening Service 7:30:
pm. junior high. 11 a.m. Morning Prayer cember Duties of Christians". The my time and I will give their
Y, P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: Animals !
Your Dead
pm. CATHOLIC OU'HCIl
and sermon by Rev S. W. Crea- adult choir will clog at this hour names If necessary.We I LETTERSDear Bury
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. eey. NOTE: there will be no early directed bv Mrs. Lucille Green Sunday Mass 9:11: : am. I are home to all our friendsat I Free>, Prompt. Sanitary Removal of Dead

.service of the Holy Communion with Mrs. Mona Canova at the or- Sunday School 11 a,m. 416 N. Walnut St. and I would' Hones, Mules' or Cattle. Call Our Phone

on this Sunday 8 p.m. Youth Fellowship gan. Week Day Mass 8:30Ift.. like to see them all. 'I Santa Claus: Operator., At Our Expense. Starke 189. If

Kta IRCr1LLNCY.y at the Presbyterian !Sundnv' evening at the 7:30 Happy dayBible Study .U every Wednesday -Mra. H. C. "'lsonAttest I, I am a little boy two 1'ou Have Difficulty Call Our Jacksonville

Church. Hour Service the Pastor's message at 7OAIRPAKK: ( ) H. C. Wilson and I want you to bring me Office Ph.3.100 Day Night or Holidays.FLORIDA .
Wednesday Dec. 217.3O: p.m., will be "It Works. This U peddle car and also a football
Church School Christmas partyat the third Requirement For Salva MISSIONARY ADDRESSESOF lots of good candy. My SOAP CORPORATIONDoctor
the parish house. All Invited. tion. The Youth choir will again \PTIST CHURCH and daddy said! that I have Inlet Fla. Pb. Orange Park 21M
The church la open dally for bring the special music with thePlanoOrlfanJ'uo INTERESTThe a very good boy.
Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
prayer and meditation. leading the singing Gary Wayne
o composed", of Mrs. Morse and Morning Worship 11:15: am. following new, renewal and
Mrs !Mann. The congregational Eevning Service 7:30: p.m. chance! of addresses received by'
Dear Santa Claus
singing/ will feature requested Prayer Meeting each Thursday the Telegraph will\ be of Interestto :
; 7:30: I want a doll carriage. I "LET US ALONE"Will
gift p.m..Rev.
Christina carols &'honllI'.tht'NI friends:
Sunday
erect |I
the LISTEN '-. L. G. Hemingway Pastor. pair of bedroom slippers. I :
at 9:4.1: :> with departmenthand A. I.. Sullivan 410 NW 73rd St. 3 dolls One doll has a rose
IN CASE OF classes capable of accommodating CllfRCII OF JESTS CHRISTOF Miami, Fla. I IMiss I dress. The other doll a real be the title of the pastor's", evening message.You'li
GiUlO" the more than 300 regular not want to miss this Hible-centered sermon
SICKNESSOR LATTER DAY SAINTS!! Ruth Johnson Box 113, dress. And the other dolls !
ACCIDENT .st1.1 Rttrndrrs.:' Training Unions meet The Church of Jesus Christ o: Orange. / Park Fla. ||pink. All the dolls are by Sunday night/ at 7:30 o'clock.:
'1li.EWEIS : for "training In Church on Temple Avenue every Sundayat H P. Hoerlg. 2S15 ::. 62nd St.. Barksdale's store
WHO membership"Special 10 a m. A cordial Invitation Milwaukee 10. Wls. ,I I I Penny HolUng- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton

speaker this Wednesdaywill j Later Day Saints will\ hold Sun- M. J. Huston. 2310 NW :59th St., Hob Gray Pastor
Pays The Bills ? be Rev Sam T. Mayo of the day school In the USO buildln Miami, Fla THE GLAD EVANGEL tha"I
|I When' the child of Nazrreth
1 For Hospital Protection Southern Baptist Home Mission. Mrs M H Wyatt. 1756 NW 3rdSt born the sun. according to ruble School 10:00 a. m. H.T.U. 6:30: p. m.
Board missionary to the migrants.A .. Miami 33, Fla. ']I I :
Insure The Florida Mutual : LETTERSto Bosnian legend, "leaped In
Way! .special Invitation Is extendedto Mrs II A. "","..>n. IU. 4, Box heavens, and the stars Special music by the Quartet at the
all hear #i :23: 12. Orangeburg/ S. C. j I danced.
to this man of God discuss / A peace came over evening service.
LO'AL AGENT C. M. Williams, Elwood Park.
tain and forest Even the
his work and to j join In worship a Manatee Fla. I(
G.P.RAYMONDP. stump stood straight and
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with the more than 100 regular Lt. Franklin O. West 903 N. on the green hill-side.. The
O. Box 95 midweek attenders. at 7:15: franklin St., Gainesville Fla. was beflowered with
STARKE FLA. at the First Baptist Starke. UIIVT IFS INSANITY! DO? Ernest \V. Leach. Box 212, Nl- Bonus Incense sweet as open myrrh

IT n.\Pl'tSF.1J TOIE: agora Falls, N. Y.Compacts vaded upland and forest 1

--- -w I Methodist Church"And Editor Telegraph: sang on the mountain top
I hope. you will allow space in gave thanks to the great

I this shall be a .sign unto your paper for the following state lighter It Is naught but an old
goN you: ye shall find the babewrappt'd ment. I believe It will\ clear up a too. at, pearls: but it hits truth hidden at Its SUPERIORin
Shop
In swaddling clothes Iv- lot of misunderstanding Slrong'sworries -
for a strange, subtle force, a .
.. tat Shoes Repaired Inc In a manll'.r.-r.uke 2:12.: What can happen when a woman : through. of genial good ,will a every sense of fine and upright
,, LCf1LNCY 'The Sign of the Messiah". will be lose.. her mind, or goes insane I kindness seem to animate
I WHILE-U-WAIT the sermon subject for the 11 o' ? It very nearly destroyed allI and man alike when the world modern serving and unusual carefulness -

THE I 'clock hour Sunday looming. held dear. and loved and If It I Its tribute to the in guarding against needless

I1ULOVA WATCH CO., The Youth group with a lunlor I had not have been for the complete I WELDING youngling." as the poet expense.
5th Ave., New York, choir will present a White Christ. devotion and faith of my husband t mond calls. the Infant Christ.
Gives You This TB* program at the 7:30: hour in me and our children. I would I L-.3., I -- KATE DOUGLAS '
"GUARANTEE BONO": New Low Prices! Sunday evening. During thin. service probobly be In the Insane asylum .;

This certifies that this Bui- gifts of money food, clothing at ChnU hoorh..... I II ; KEEPING (IIItl.STM\S DeWITT C. JONESPhone
I
ova watch has been timed,I Half Soles etc. will be brought! for local use I Since I was released from the I. ( But there Is a better thing
7 Starke Fla.
50 and for the Methodist Children'sHome. ,
adjusted and verified by the! (Men's: ) $ "What gift did you ask of''',,Memorial sonville where Mental I was Hospital a In Jack.1 I the observance of Christmas

Bulova Watch Company, 5th| 1 and that Is, keeping
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the Christ child my boy? -"Oh."i 1 131 days at a coat of $110 besides, Funeral Director Ambulance Service
Avenue, New York and is he replied, "I did not ask for Are you willing to forget
lUlf Sole anything the ft'ellf mental doctors, It has "0 offer the .people of Starke
guaranteed against any original (W'om..n'..) $1 00 I was just. In there loving been recalled to me by my friends you have done for other f> Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience and

defect. This watch is him for a little .white" Let us express here In Starke what I did and said, and vicinity one of the most and to remember what services not otherwise available.We .

scientifically built to run and our love rather than 'J I from the time my baby was born people have done for you; to ,
with proper care will tell Ladies' Lifts 25c;) up selfishness. this Christmas. until my .sister (who evidently did I modern and fluent equipped> nore what the world owes IV 6 I
time on time, throughout the Do not forget to attend !Sunday' I not rrnliKe my condition) carried and to think what you owe furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and

years. Each part is stand- SHOES SHINEDAT I School this Sunday at 9:4\: : |I me to/ Georgia and did not notify' welding shops an)'where. world; to put your rights In accept ANY" life Insurance policy In force: Issued by ANT

ardized and interchangeable.This You are Invited to worship with my husband who was at work In background and your company as payment In part or In full on a funeraL
us All Work Guarantt't'dSMITH'S the middle distance, and I
if Jacksonville trying to make a living I Consultation carries no obligation.
guarantee applies only
chances. to do a little more
No
for
I us one knows what he
the watch is purchased froman GARAGEAND
authorized Bulova distri- Presbyterian Church ,must have gone: through the two
STARKESHOE weeks: he tried to get me back for
butor. I MACHINE SIIOI(
I I Morning worship at 11:00: a m. the purpose of hospital attention

ED SIMPSON I Sermon bv the pastor. Rev J. resulting. in a habeas corpus hear. Temple A\t'. Starke
REPAIRM. I Warren Kaufman will be "Jesus ing at Woodbine, Ga.

GEM JEWELRYStarke's I the Light: of the "'orld" Visitorsare Of the awful things I am told!
welcome to all services. Members .
F. Hudson. ProprietorAcriwti of the church are urged to
Only Authorized bring their pledges up to date as I
Iiulo\a Distributor St soon Park Theatre our church year endi D.>C. :31 II 1 { ,

Sundnv School at 0:15: :' a.m. All I

-I -- ( boy. dad girls, are urged to attend I ictw- 4i5
next Sunday to prepare for their I
in the Christmas
part
program
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke and party on Thursday, December I

lie*.. Leufo I). tallies, Pastor 22 at 7.Ol: p.m. The FriendshipBible
_'F,,___, ,_ ____ Close will meet in the church DEC. IK THRU DEC. 21 y I i
l at 10'OO a m. I I *
"In The Heart of Town And In The heart.of .
Junior Westminster Fellowship "
The Pet'II,," 'vlll retebrsto Christmas this Sun. I II 1

,______.,.. ,,
_,_
'F ________ F 'F ---- eliv, Dec. 18 and will omit their
A Southern Baptist Church For All People I meeting on Dec 2Mh' since so
,____ ,____
F _____." F I many of the members will be hiinvnirtlclpntlng
Mnrn.SVor.hip-9:23:! A Il Happy Hour 1:3t\ In the Candlelight''rI

Sunday Si..li.n.l-Itt.\: Training: Union-8.1.1MUlueek : I Vesper !-rvlrp.' The Church joins
|
: "Servlw' UrtlnexUy\ 8.e\ I'. :SI.Urst with our choirs to Invite those! of 1 A

------------------------------------------ nil other churches to attend the'''
TWO CiEAT. UNIJ.\) :MORNING:' SERVICES : Candlelight Vesper Service on

Sen hi" !111: It. /11.1 "C'hrltniuAnd Ju" (!Christmas* nay from five to six, Ueautifully all :
Rebuilt ( W
Ky
1 Regular/ S..nl.l 11:00: a. m.1 t "Duty Of 1)1* hilim". o'-J..k. Acme Experts ,

happy' Hour Sunday. Kienlng: 7.80: : "Third Requirement Fur
SultatlnnIt' \\orUV At The TabernacleThe With Acme t : .
t tw
Parts L
,
F" F
punt week at the Tsbernaclewss .
riele
"Malt The Churchltlt ThaUitlnff Pastor"
: full of surprises Fred B Co- $
well, of Culpepper, Va.. who /wilY "

"Chalks while he Talks", arrived 1 ? / !
unexpectedly Tuesday. and held the "ME South

with service that evening. He gave a ,, ; down
Build it
splendid
message' on "Blessings'and /'iY

his Illustrations were amusing GREYHOUND .
but drove the truth home In a very ,

emphatic way. Bill Hamner who ..
accompanied Mr. Cowell on his _
trip, directed the song service and ;

rendered a beautiful solo accom-1 : i
panled at the piano by R. J !' _
I'
Comes. I .I/ .

Mrs. J H Hippie, of Tark-of. I, Sure! Take a tip from this world-famous holiday traveler.
the-Palms, was at the {
Saturday night youth present meeting and |I /1' d Hitch your t travel problems and I take the first big Greyhound supercoachthat

I presented a beautiful Flannelgrapn comes alon*. It's convenient it's comfortable and by old Santa'sRGAINS

Ion the life of Stephen It was also J I' beard it's mighty thrifty too. Routes to everywhere I
of particular Interest to the Ladles ,
Bible Clam as they recently stud- '''

led this portion of Scripture. 'I' 1S ,
-_ }" I.- I HOLIDAY TKAVEL
Sunday services were conducted 'IT'S TNOn. E EXTRAS
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I I The Tabernacle violinist. W

B. McKinney, rendered a solo In 11 louncl FREQUENT SCHEDULES
FARROWING HOUSEfor the morning and a vocal solo by W.y Trip
Mrs." Quigley accompanied by a' 3ornc p&rIf'oRAD'ATOR COMFORTABLE COACHES
better pork production Miss Wallace, with violin obligato )11.\)11 6.3.;);) 11.11{) SCENIC BEAUTYNATIONWIDE

was a feature of the evening hour GA: too 1"0
of worship.Mr. NOLSTlR1ACME ;\'AI.n.\SY.III"OS 2.00' ":..0 SERVICE
For convenience; efficiency; and ttniMtan build you hog house Wolslagle representativeof Y ) / 1'F.NSICULA 1.0. 1210
of CONCRETE BLOCKS, it will, provide dry warm quarter and Moody Bible Institute Chicago, _
; i. eouly I kept her from paroiifefc There'i use to fit J<*uti4*.. accompanied by Mrs Kennedy and / / TAMPA"AIIIAS" 3.23 415 .11.115NEW ).1'1' ;) GREYHOUND BUS STATION

Pholl, ......... for complete/ dtrailt. ws .delirer.t ; son of High Springs were visitors ;
YORK( 11.60) 31.71)
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at the Bibl. School in the afternoon A Temple J lees Starke, }'la.OItLANIO .
and viewed the oil painting: e 2.65: 4.111/. /
CONCEITIILOCIS'111CMS'lAStS The Feast of Belshazzar": Mr. .. \to .. ATLANTA: 6.,"'.., 12,15:); Phone 117
t .. .:..-- --- -- -- -- .
:j, HOOK. DIAIN AND ROOF Till Wolslagle favored the group ,-..lth Jacksonville ,90 1.65Plus
a fine solo and related a personal .
RIAOT.MXIO CONCRZTt AND CEMENT experience connected with the VACUUM STORES Federal Tag
I

MEETS AlL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIOn song Practice Is under way for the 412 West Fomyth St. Jacksonville Fla. I Ii LISTEN[ I ; TO EL.MKK"';( J>,\ NEWS-lion.; Wed,

I Christmas program which will be i I I..ovU ,*. o fr.. *om. d nanwaaoe of a ..,..,....-'_.... ..1>.." & Frl., 7:15 p. m. over WI'VPTII.< On Your Dialt
presented Saturday evening Dec. f iMtrVKIM* (/...-.', .on'pi.'e with 7 oltoctI -..... I
AIIIIIS BtiilcliiigSupply, Inc. 24 I II w
Edna and Leonard NoegaL students a I
1036-IOIft' W. Main St. South at Toccoa Falla Institute, NAME ID .

are expected to arrive home Sat I
AOOHESS
FLORIDAP.O. : -
GAINtS\; IU.E. urday to spend the Christmas holIdays -
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I Deeds The S 8 feet of lot 7 of block U l I County. CARl OF THANKS | ......... T\TH' OF KI.ORln" ""....... MTITH OF F'.onIU"'
RecordedDeeds of Jones Addition to Starke.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mlddlebrooks\ We wish to express our deepest IH llobeit 144 HteHrman K.Peterkln" .' Mtreet whose Jeruoy.. 0'1 1M Hit.369 Alarie N. IMth Humble, whoa reHiil...nceYork tot Order WllneM( In. next my banal four. anal weekly official.lHHue,Haul. As Clerk of
of Leon COUnty Florida to Archibald appreciation to our many frloncH Now Jerney: : Street Wronx. New at Ktnrke Florida. thin Fly Haven Crontiy O C..loHeiilt
E. D. LaMontaReoT""l3radford Pectmber .
Mrs.
recently recorded In the and ; You K. KkliMM-r.. ----I.
I to Mr. end' H. R osier of Lawtey. Lots I I1f. for their acts of kindness words Jan 10 are, ttfio!' required' In the to ulmvo appear named January You. are reiiilred| to appear on 10. 1941.! 14,1, Ilda nut'. Juck.... \. ,
court hoime I 16th,
were: County. I I. : ii. 18, 19, 20. 2S and 29 In of sympathy and beautiful flow- Court and ""U"". wherein plaintiffHeckK liuined Court and I ijisn |In I ne, WhereIn above OFFICIAL FUSAI.' ) A, J. Tllomnn. Ally for Pit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Manasaa! of Mr*. Malcolm I... Shea of Alachua sec 32 twp.5S.range 22 to:. :ers In our recent borcavcment at rail tar divorce minor I care children I ciintodv. flra,1& con I plaintiff seeks "Iv"came. .. Mradford. ,
font
Bradford County to Mrs. Mina Ma- County Lots 19 and 20 of unit J he death of my brother, Homer County Telegraph elmll pnhlieh.. halo toinilv. TeleNnipli uliall publlnh this.

1'IUKII. Grady of Bradfoid County. of Indian Beach In Hrudford Johns.Mrs.. L,. A. Ronnoldn and Order,WltneKH In next my four hand weekly and\I official IKKIIOH.. '' ..-.-.-----.----..0CARPENTER'S FLORIDA THEATRE Starke Ra.

relatives. Heal at ,Htarko. "Florida tub.. U.ic.I ,

I .C.T.U. ('.\Rl) 01" THANKS:' I lii.(OFFICIAL 141.! ""1A r.) A. J. Thomas. FRIDAY, DEC. 16-Matinee & Night !
A. Clerk of Mild Court. I
FOR EXPERT WASHING n.\ltolI\IE.\N STARS We wish to express our sincerest Pv Haven Cronby. H. C.
I ANI) :
CARS
thanks and Itnbert II Duncan I.vnch riulldlnir.. ,
Appreciation to the JackHiinvMIe, Florida PRESCRIPTION
AM: :sIs' I ; WMS Ole
: (UNION SIGNAL) church and our many frlt>ndi. for Ally for Plf IJ-IO 4t 1-6, Grand Opry
their beautiful floral tributes and PHARMACISTS
.
GREASINGTIRES .
POLISHING In ( Irenll ,
Coon llrndford (upunt,.
I kind .
expressions of sympathy dur ..lorl.I... In .t hnnrer. PHESENTS IN PERSON -
log our recent bereavement at the 1I ""lrlld" iKiilielle I lOot foral, Plaintiff I a
death of our beloved wife and ., ,v..'.....AlvIn No' 7858.K:! l lOrder Itndford. Defendant BILL AN!) HIS
TUBES BATTERIES mother R. N. Crawford and fam"y. of Publication. Mini Notice to MONROE IIIUE CRASS Quartette
..
'10" "HTtTM" : OK I"r.ORI'I % lou
k ** HOME ( Alvin N. lladford. hone renldenia
PURE OIL PRODUCTS IH co|. People', .* l I"rtiic Hlore N... 17.
POPPING| In t Ircull ( nurt. >lriidr.ir.l, Hunt ?, Cor. la. Avo. 0 N. II, NW, \VanhInvton Beans-The Wonder
lorl.lui In I'hejnrerr.Mat (I. ('.: String Kentucky
.lie Mil .el V..I..kilM.1"hit You
rgyrrCR5ER/ 'Iff VK. are required to appear on
Nl<'hrl
SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAINMadison No........7654t .r. PuihII.'pst.. (...... .....\ :?or...1... $0uupipasr. plaintiff. **d l Court eeekM. and divorce.ciiUH6, Vtradford wherein SHENANDOAH VALLEY TRIO
.
.
'rti i.1.: II.lIII" tol County' Telegraph shall publlnh thin
Fla. HUlLS Nli hoInK elekan" ., who,'" I....101..n,'" Order In next four weekly IKHUBHWltneHK ..
& Walnut Streets Starke, /NO : .
and addreMM m unknown'You : mv hand and\ official. Heal\

-_ _ _ _ _ ---- ,--. January. .are 10th required!I9SD. to In appear th" .nhove on [111 at I I. Htnrke l 19111.tOFI'tiAI.! Florida, I thtN. I Oeciinilicr, BLUE CRASS; BOYSSI'ECIAIThlDEIiArrltACTION
named Pourt and CHUNK, wherein. SRAL) A. J. Thom......
,plaintiff MCkN divorce and reBlora- A. <.I"'k of fiald Court
tlon of maiden noun Itrad Hv haven C'roKby, r<. C.Ally .
ANNOUNCING THE LOCAL WINNEROF ford' \ t'..lIntv TetvKranh ouch. pulillnh for Plf. \IS-16 U 1-8 ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE
HilN Order In next four weekly

THE NEW 1950 $299.95 iHHlieH.WltiieKH, mv hand .and n"I"II"n\ \ .In*',.,.101"1 f.'Ircult.In I t i.nrt.hancery.alter llrnrtford. \ Couotr PHONE MAX "Lullaby" TERHUNELITTLE
at Hlnrkn, Florida, IhlM. liecrlnher \'\ A. Bklnner. Plaintiff, Vk.Maritniet .
.
I041 Aldnn Ilk Inner, j u.feJad., Day 64 Night
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(U"1CIfoIrAI. ) A. J Thoman. ant. C'ane No' 76fi:I.
Shelvador AH. Clerk or Halt. 1< Court Order ..C Publication. midetlce. Itnpenr. 0 ELMER SNEEZEWEED
Crosley Refrigerator I'A.ir /H.iven. Adkln'rou.hy: .1..107 n r.K LIon' Ht, orATK: I>V KI.OIIIIIA toiMllKaret <---------.,
A rate Hktnnur hues
ii v reMIdu -
,
Illllneiivllle. I 1'1"1'1IIY Ilit, ,,ue.. la. I inzu Hchlaircr Street
\ for 1'lf. 12-16 4t 1-6 Mcranton.: : Pennnylvanla: -- i i s v sVT v r>ai Ti.xTa\ \ \ i v
't You are required to appear on r
In Ircnlt. ('..ur$. Ilradforil ('ounty, January. 16th, turn). In the aboveiiumri
.-'lu.,<1.., In 4 knn,'.r*. ('0".1 and inline. wherein
Until: M "Hitillh. I'liiliilirr., v.. \\"a.ln .plaintiff. .....k. ",vnr'e. llradford.

0.V...."Mouth.. ..V l I Hcfeiidiilit.'iibll<.,,I i..u I'HMf mill !Notlc No. 7U&I.. touene. County In Telegraph next' four shall........k pnbllnh Iv, IKHIICH thisOrder .
'.. "'!' .tI: <>K KOCH'SevRateDRUG
KI.IIUI II IntHdt \ItncHH flue hand and official seal! i
.\.'\ > V Kiulth... whoHe reHlili.n. .. IMHH at "Htntke, Florida, t tlllH eiemlicr)
: TlmniaN' CreHiip I do I iftl>.iitlan HH U. I 1649.t'FFiClAT.
('0., I 1'1..rt, I lierih I. I.''''e I llcacli ( BPAL: .\.J '.hom....
:3, <"l1r".II.. : All Clerk of saId COII.t.lI" ,
You are required to nppenr on Haven ('.."..by, l'>. ('. i
January let'h.950., In !lm above. Ally for Plf. 12-16 41 1.6 toll I Drugs
Kniiifd Tourt and ('''UM''. wli'l'elnplaintiff STORE i ii
,.
'eiekH divorce A reHtortlon In Circuit Court. Hrndford Conntr.Klurldiit .

L2' ic t4 of former Pounty" liii.flue.luuelr.I TeleKraDh. KhalinuMlNh In I.cn I hnneerr.Amniiind lI\IInhl.I ... Plaintiff, I vn.. I

; .: I Isnuies.Vttneau.thin ..Order In neSt four I lllta 1 I Mnrle Oumble, nefendant. CaneNo FREE DELIPERY Phone 53
___ weekly Only Days Till Xmas! J
.. 764H.
\ mv hand and official eal i
_' UW ,, Notice $
r--Ei1 ... order l Pnbllcntlnn and o
,,1 at Stark, Florida, (tile lieviiiiberin
it it.
,, -' _4 (OFFICIAL. AI AI.A.. .1. Thomas, FKA.S1I CAMERAS: for rt-tn V \ NOW SHOWING A nice selection of Household
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A. C'lerk of ealil Court man Day. I lolly wood Camera &
I IC II
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?v. IMven c"ro ii>v, r> r'.
.1. .H ilarrlmm.l Law Kxchaniro I'"III'.. Ulft .Shop. Gifts
.liirliHonvlll". I Florida.\ 1 .. Ladies' Gift Sets, and Men's Toiletry Sets.
Ally for 1'lf. 12-1 4t 1-6 1 _
I
L In 4'lrcull, .. (.'oar.. Rrailfunl <'onnlr,' Come in and look over our
Klorlilnt 'In 4hnncer 1 r.tl
-- 141,I lru-y \Kllmilietli: ( PhllllpH I I I "rillintllT I I( r-
_ _I VK. JiimcH Trevor. I I'lillllpK I I I I \.1-, { p enJJ; and $1.00 Gift Display
ant fane !Vo\
of Publication. 78r.7. unit '\..tler. to.. !I IOrder ..F'LArH1 tiJ 1)Tnaoc: ) ... up to $3.50 / Hut
'PI..n. M'l'.fru U' Kl.olllltt t t iJ
I ::T2T : .rameM Trevor Phllllpn.IIH| reellencu -1 !
<<
< 1'aik I IH: ,I ino'.)Maiylanil fhllttdelphla:: : Ave.. Takoma ,

You ate reiiilreil I I.) appenr'' onJanuary ALWAYS A PRICE TO FIT YOUR
PURSE
mimed, Court inth 1.nllMe.11)10,, In ,Hut whierettitilatlntiff above, .. ..... AT KOCH'SAll ,;
...kM divorce, llMlodv' &
Kiipport. of eli I huh reul. ('011'" ,'oKtM, TAKE YOUR OWN

tit Molli'llnre In Ti'lHiriaph,next four feeH.ehall.weekly I I puMlnh llrndfoidCounty ItmueHWltneHM thisOrder .. PICTURESINDOORS i c The Trimmin's for Your Tree i

tnv hand and officialReal '
I at 141 Ntarke. Florida. Ihl."U.. I
Pictured above is Mrs. Studer she presented a new 1950) 14. I U411.OI..Il'I.I.).
Philip as was '
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.
( SRM.J: A .7 Thonian) Decorated Balls JL
Crosley Shelvador Refrigerator by J. R. Kite, local Crosjey' dealer at the .,.. (',tei'K of Halt! Court. CHRISTMAS > Angel Hair
fly Haven I I>. C.
1 Electric Service & Supply Saturday afternoon, December 10th. Tohn J. II..I Croeliy......o". 119 ''n..n'SI.. !
.lacknonvlll'I "Fli,",t'tile. MORNING 3
Ally. for Plf 13-H 4t 1-8 I With One Of Our Roping Snow r QgV Icicles Bells :

Mm. Studer submitted the following reason "Why you should give me I. Circuit. C....... llrnilrnril ...iMntr.Florldni V f W S

a new 1950 Crosley Refrigerator": ; \Diirhln In Chnn4err.Mnxlne ,I INEXPENSIVEFlash t kr
t'lnlntlff
llnlman.
"
Tinsel Garland jg
.. Fireproof Cotton
VH. JiimeH Haten flolman Defendant Cameras
"Shelvadors are years ahead in practibility. Shelves! in the door the Care N.I- 7655.'
greatest boon yet to refrigerators alone hold as much as ordinary ones.I Order of. whllentloi> nnil kittle* 4 oApnenr. I
MrtrM OK KLOIIIIIl $0 l
would thrill my friends that visit me with a sight they all should see .r"mum.. "!Ii al I..n llolman. whone ren-| CAMERAS .FOR SALE i Everyone Likes lloxed' J .
dcncu !I. Ituiuittu I. Hiillne, 5uiuleIatuat : FILLED Christmas Cards
for in my kitchen on the floor would be a brand new Shelvador. Y., are required. to appear on
Tan 16. It&o, In the above uitmud OR RENT
We wish to thank all the entrants in this contest for their I Court. "''H"t'r\ I" pltlntlffHeekn '
divorce I & reftorutlon. of mat 11Fjl2fl41''v Xmas Stockings 5c to 35c
den ua flu.. Bradford t'ountyTele We also take pic. g
can
interest and cooperation.Electric "raph nhall pnblleh thin OrderIn your
next four: weekly' IHHUHH tures for you by appointment 3
Witness| mv hand anal official,
Heal, lit rllnrke, )Florida till" Dec.in. Christmas Day. ,

Service & Supply lOFFIClAf.. It4t. HR: M.I A i t ThomanAn EMPTY
< (',...k of said Court / $1 Boxed Cards
Pv Haven (',oHh l >'. T) C. HOLLYWOODCamera 11
.t Itobert, I 11 I I>ncan. Lynch nulldlnir. < ,
'R..k.nn..II'"Iorhl"' \ p GIFT BOXES
"" u, Ally. for i-ir l-ie 4t \.
Come in and fine
J. R. Kite, Starke, see our M
Special for
Owner- ,.,., , .. Klorldnt In Circuit' In Court'hn......llradfortl..?. ( nutr. & Gift G Selection lOc to 25c 79c
,... ,,
Manager/ Florida Itiith I I I'cterkln. I'lalnilff.I I ltolert
"K. 1'eterkln. Pufeudant.. CaAH

BETTER PRODUCTS fOK UAPFIER UVVXGli .No....,...76St..r rntillcntlon.. nail Vo.l.-. to SHOP I

U Complete selection, atStronsr'.s Call Street at Railroad | Free Xmas Wrapping On All Gifts Purchased J

., .. .. .. .... for If. Don't pass us Starke, Florida !!
------ up whatever U do. .... .... ._.... .... ......... ......... ......... _.... ......... .... .... .... -.... -""- -
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FLOWERSK

HAVE YOU
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,- \ : O R EVERY PtrRI'OSE.: REGISTERED AT

'. _.#y &t t4 STEFANELLI'SGRO. SMOKE ?
J" J. '.v DUKIM(; THE! : HOLIDAYS

& MKT.
YES: Gay and beautiful flowers YET
_;
/ / ,.,.) can do more than enythingelse: to FOR THE
/ You can pay for this beautiful "HOME THEATRE"at
; a :: > I impart that spirit of Christmas! FREE TURKEY

cheer to the home during the holl. THAT WILL HE less than the of
GIVEN AWAY? expense smoking.9flC .
.- ,\T.r days. See our wonderful assort!'!'

'. ment garden-fresh at all times. You haonly about one morencrk

to alt! HO. lie sure to l'One,

to th> drawing on FrIday af.
FLOWERS.: .FOR GIFTS; : Planted Dish Gardens: from $1 up Haeger ternoon n
Pottery .Cut Flowers of all kinds Corsages Flowering Plants: 3:00: oVIork.WHO .

KNOWS YOU MAY
Poinsettia!'! in pots -
HE. TilE WINNERISTEFANELLI'S! I U DAY -

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WREATHS: : lieautiful ornamental wreaths made to order for the dooror

GRO. & MKT. 1
window Also CEMETERY: WREATHS for holiday remembrance BUYS THIS .

FLOWERS: .FOR TilE HOME:' : l.onlyeenh'rpleceo1! to grace the holiday
I- _
table Cut flowers to brighten e>'ery room in the house Nothing
Save Time, Work, BENDIXMODEL _
adds such a note of cheerfulness to the scene as lovely flowers _

and Money! _

FLOWERS: WIRED ANYWHERE.: : AS GIFTS:::;: 2001
Pounds Of Your _
What better way to remember that friend or 9 _
Laundry Done In $199.95
loved one in a distant part than by using: our ,
Only) "' '
wire !service! insuring flowers to arrive there Plus Tax & Installation oumaJ'

fresh and bright for Christmas Absolutely no Minutes.:; It Is

fuss or bother for you Just phone jour order ? 40 Washed, Spotlessly

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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 16, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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(1\.' ALL BRADFORD COUNTY IS PROUD BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH




\Ie OF TRIUMPHANT TORNADO TEAM ...


Official County Publication Established In 1879

'1'e. Bradford County Is mighty proud of the BUS Tornadoes who distlnguUhed -

school and their county by winning the Suwannee -
e.I' their \OCtMK SE" .:' T -OXE MTAKKK, FLOKII A, -'UIIM y. ItKCKMUKK; : 18. 1949 UMBER" ; y\nN-TY.TWI:: <)
Conference in its class this year.

,I'n I'n It was the first Conference win by BHS to be officially recognized.The I

hard achievement knock but their was not zeal easy and to unbounded attain. The confidence boys had in many their another success I Jury Finds Truck Driver Guilty I r Colorful Parade Will Usher Santa I


carried them to their goal with flying colors. ,

Each and every one of the boys who carried the brunt individuallyand Deaths

not soon collectively be forgotten.will not be forgotten. The roster of this team will I Of Manslaughter In Highway Into Starke Friday Afternoon


Bradford High School Is the only one of its kind In the county so I Alphonao Williams young Tam witnesses however testified; that -, -- -. '

the distinction is earned by the boys who come from all parts of the pa negro was convicted by a Circuit \ the third automobile In questionwas Candy To Shower
!
county. It was their opportunity to battle against teams selected Court Jury here Tuesday of "already disappearing out of Road Dept. Protests ; PV

from fare greater numbers in other High Schools In and out of the manslaughter! in connection with Right around 1 the curve" and could Stop Light SignalOn

conference groups and this constituted a challenge to the boys and I the death of Mrs. Alverla T. Van not possibly have been the cause Children

the coach and his aides. Allen, 39. and A. C. Dempsey Jr.. of Williams applying his brakes West MadisonThe I AlongProcession

To the boys the girls who gave of their Inspiration. the glee club j 13. in an automobile accident here and I skidding.
Council met in regular
and the generally | last February. The young negro is employed City
girls. the BHS Band the faculty loyal patronage Route
Williams' attorney, II. H. Martin as a "utility man" by the Tampa I session December 6, 19.19 with
combined to put Bradford County Football Tops In Its Conference.
of Jacksonville was altavod. warehouse of !Standard' Brand the following members present:
Finally. every man and woman, boy and girl realizes this could not I five days In which to prepare a He left them early in the morningof James A. Lewis. Chairman L. O.

have been without the fullest confidence In their coach to lead themto motion for a new trial. Manslaughter February 3, accompanied ,by Hazen William T. Jackson. P. L. _______ Santa Claus will ride tr'unv'

this splendid victory.Twentyfour! carries a maximum:< penalty of another negro man to transfer .a Bridges and 11. A. Bishop Jr. I II phantly down Cull Street between
2 and :3 I o'clock this afternoon
20 years. company truck from Tampa j to I Motion was made by L. O. Ha ..::it ,. ".. i: aboard Starke'
(Friday* red
The accident one of the moat Jacksonville Two officials of the zen that all ordinances, passed by :;, ., ., i"', i'JP. big.

Tornadoes Get LettersAt tragic to occur here In recent company were called as charactt'l'l i the City Council of tho City of .4 ...;\ .- y .. (, .. :f. I American Riding( ,with La France Santa will fire be truck.two
remitted In the death of
witnesses and testified
years Starke be In the localnewspaper. .
; published I AIL ko' 1. .1 '' j "candy girls" who will toss .'-.
Mrs. Van Allen and young Dempsey liams was a valued and reliable 1'1II 'it ) .} .eU
Motion was secondedby : oJo.-J ; "f L-1- O
Annual I and also canard apparent permanent employe, I I P. L. Bridges. Roll-call vote ,,\t-.Y'.T'_ "' .... .u ....... _' l "..,..,J.. ........ to the kiddles a* the fire fuck
Honoring SquadVarsity ,
Banquet "' passes along the parade route Also
disability to two oth..rper..onR. The trial because follows Yeas V. L. Bridges -
was long delayed was as : : .. I aboard. will\ be four lucky JimI .
the passengers In the Buick It. O. Hnzen. \V. T. Jackson. m. i. > I lor \Maj.irettea from BHS.

letters were presented to I Dan Wainwright Jack Hazen, Star witness for the State was who were not killed were so badly Nnyes: H. A. Bishop, Jr. :... | Irll.lfal'lan\ Howe, aecntary
testified :
Mrs. Edna Townsend Wiho :
21 members of the Tornado foot- !Sammy' David Jim I Godwin, \ Injured that none! of them had Clayton Strickland appeared before L4'e.a.Metr" y-._ _,... ,>iI 'Io.I. __ 1 lof the Chamber of Commerce, announces
that she was sitting In the swing
ball "A" Squad at the annual bftn- Charles Hutcheson and James, been able to appear as a witness the City Council requestingthat that 17 groups will be represented
of her home
.. quet' honoring the team. given by I Hamilton. An honorary letter on rear the tho front old Road porch 13 cut-off on until this week.App..arlnlf the Council reconsider his up- BHS Band In New Uniforms Will Appear In In the parade which will

Club Wednesday night at went to James Norman who wad here a witness for to form
the Lions as plication a permit operatea at the high school at 2 n.m.

the Pelican Club. I I prevented from playing the necessary and U.S. saw SOI the Just truck south driven of by Luwtey Williams -' TueHdny was \Mrs. Horace Byrdof bus In the City of Starke. Motion Santa Claus Parade This Afternoon and proceed through the business

Guest speaker at the banquet was time by an early season In. approaching a high rate Lakeland the mother of Mrs. was made by W. T. Jackson -. section.According.

Arnold Flnnefrock sports editor of,jury. Another well-deserved letter Van Allen and aunt of the Demp- that a permit be granted to Mr., to
of speed. The highway at this present plan the
also went to Lemuel Williams, efficient soy child. Mrs.! Byrd still walks Strickland to operate a bus In I
the Florida Times-Union, who line-up will be
point Is slippery when ..wet Mrs. ReelectedAg. as follows: Police
presented the T-U trophy. which Is Tornado manager. Townsend said and It was minting with difficulty because of an ankle Starkn on a six months trial period | County Suits Rosier escort UHS Band. Mayor J. It.

presented to all conference winnersby Coach Dutch Funderburk award., rain that day. As the truckpassed Injury and she told a Telegraph also that a satisfactory schedule Wainwright Senator Charley K.:
ed Junior Varsity letters to the / reporter that her husband an emIployee must he submitted by Mr,
this Johns, Representative J. P. Hub
newspaper.The
her house It to
began zigzag '
following members of the "B" of a phosphate mining company Strickland and that n license feu Set For Today Com. Chairman erts. National Guard AmericanLegion
handsome scarlet and gray from one side of the road to j -
Squad: Bunt Crews. Harold Davis, has been unablo to work of $25 per year be ('harlC(" !. Motion ,
Boy Scouts Girl
I Scouts
Coach the other. Mrs. Townsend testified '
letters were presented by Marklee! Raulerson Ronald Andrews and collided with Buick since thn accident and It Is notennqlclered was seconded. by H. A. BI..hop.I ,. Chamber of Commerce, and \Mer-
it a
James Hobbs to the following "A" Bobbie McClellan. Richard I which likely that he will ever | Jr. Roll-call vote vas as follows:: Two petitions in eminent doma .Tunics Rosier of Lnwtey with chants Division C of C, D & 1' \V
car wall -
approachIng
passenger
Squad players: Jack Wainwright. Crosby Leslie Sapp. Floyd Futch.,: from the noith. The witness be able to be gainfully employed I Yeas: H. A. Bishop! Jr. W T,. | In proceedings to condemn 51 votes was high man In the (- Club, Rotary Club. Lions Club.
Glenn Conner Clayton Strickland Billy Booth. William Fowler, Wiley 'I again. Also almost totally disabledIs I Jackson James Lewis. Nuyes: L, and
sn'ld that at the time of the collision ipio|>i rty for construction lection held' last Saturday to rick' Tourist Club, and! Old Saint Mick
Donald Bennett. Carl Carter Mead Coley Wallace Whiting Les. Mrs. Johnnie Williams of 1,1- O. H 7cn. P. 1.. Bridges.The | maintenance of state made In In person on the fire truck.

Lewis James Prevail, Fay Durban lie Phillips Bobble WaR ln. and I the Buick was completelyoff mona, a slater of Mrs. Byrd who I' Auditor's report for the fiscal Ii,'ftilfnrcl County will coma before county commltteemen who will I'
W. S. Is
the highway Indicating that Sibley serving as clriir-
Jack Eaves, Theodore Bran- Delano Thomas.- : ''s still suffering. from the Inter o'clock administer, the Agricultural Conservation
Court at 10
the Circuit
10IS-40 was received bvthe
year
Its driver I of the Parade
had
taken to the shoulder man Commtttte,
non Charles Cooley Billy Dansby. Coach Hobbs announced that he nal Injuries she received almoHt \ Program in 1950. RilI -
Council\ and nmp was ol'dcrl'ttpuhIl8he" this morning I Friday) and
this assisted
road l Is Jack
Marvin Warren. Ovid Bennett. will lose lettermen grailtuition of in an effort to avoid by Abel
seven by being 'hit by the truck. ''i year ago. In the lociil. newspapei. The ruses. In be called nt that sler's high vote automatically!) Professor C. S. Purlin will he
Kenneth Johns Ralph Herron this and two mon i
spring
The tragedy occurred on thoir The City Clerk was Instructed tlim will be- Bradford makes. him chairman of .
Edward Parker Carl Lamar John by because of Williams testified that he wastravelling ; : County' I the convmlttee master of ceremonies for the parade
ineligibility age. .1 return to Florida after vi... to place in the Minutes. the following
trip a
-- --- at a moderate rate of VH. Russell Carter anti Idn Mae ', a position which ho hits and will announce the pro
I speed and that his truck began It to Mrs. Byrd's sister, Mrs. A. letter received from the Carter, his wife; anti BnidfordrVimty : held for tilt several cedure during the procession.

Recreation Big-3 Nose* Out ElectronicsIn \ skidding/ when he applied brakes C. Dempsey In Kannapolis N. C.They State Road Department with re- vs. Clemait Alexander:< \ et past year's.L Mrs.. How stated that Simla
to the Installation of tratfiilights L. Dynl of Urooker, with 53
rpect
were being accompanied
Fifth Week Of I 1to avoid hitting a third automobile al. I Claus candy was donated by It. t
TournamentIn
Bowling I which he said was on the roadIn home by the little Dempsey boy on State Highways.STATIC Three, other cases" on the civil votes will ,Hcive us vice chairman A. Bishop Jr.

the fifth week of local bowling with a 171 score. front of him and was travelling: ''n the hope that a visit to Florida !< 110.\ DKI'AKTMKNTOK : : : iliichct. were. set for Jammty 'i while C. K. Andrews of New Hive .

the Rec. B-3 nosed out the SthVeek nt such a low rate of speed that would offer some' relief from 1..nlllU.. 'They nn: J. S. Hill Jr. for r, who polled 49, will round out Sales Of Fireworks

Winkler Electronics by a marginof Big .1 he earn ip. behind It too suddenly on attack of asthma from :which Ijtke Cltv. Flu. arid benefit of Millers Mutual Inuinnco 1.1 the three-man, committee.

14 pins. Dutch Funderburk led H. Stefanelli 11A 150 120 30!I making It necessary to apply he was suffering.Pending / I Nov. H, 1011) I : Co. vs. G. W, Durdi / W. Hamilton of Brookoi, with Forbidden By Law,

his team racking un 193 pins In M. Grlder 137 l.M 167 45!I his brakes to avoid a collision. Ha his motion for a ne.v City Council 1(. M. Harrington, damages $ .- 41 I votes wa designated first alternate Sheriff Warns

the second set. Funderburk's score Funderburk 173 155 193 52 l did not see the Buick approaching trial Williams wa rel..a8'dlnd..r City of StarkeStarke I !M)0) ; Rillth II Hill Joined, by her while N. J, Davis of Graham -

was responsible for the winningof ------------._ from the north, Williams testified. $2.000 bond and returned to Tam. Florida II luiNbiuul .1. S. Hill Jr., vu,. Dur- with 40, Is second alternate, Sheriff P. D. Reddish calls at.

the second set this set being 436 456 480 147:]L Mrs. Townsend and other State pa. Attn: Mr. Carl Johns City Clerk den 1I1I11'Io.rrlnaton.' damage 10. 'l'he commlttnemcn have charge tention to' a State law forbidding

... a tie between the two teams. each I\\Inkier E...*-. --- Gentlemen: non; and, W. ,J. Dnd.1. and Lulu B. of administering the tymservatior. the suit pf firework* .and poinU

I rI -: chalking! U ii[> 4o8'lx: >mU, Ftinderbnrk's A, Winkler 142 135 132 401:I'One Out Of Every Ten Brad forditesI It Is noted that a Stop' and Oi): DodJ! vs'. W, C.; M. I.;.. and W, H.Ci'nner. program in Bradford County; and! out that it I i. applicable In the rural
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193 gave his team a 11 pin O. Winkler 183 158 193 S3: signal light has been erected recently "distress for rent" also supervise. tho illxtrlbullon of areas of the county all well aj

I E. Perrymnn 163 163 188 51 I I Received Welfare Assistance In November on Madison Avenue neat The civil 'A"t! of Ronald (I. Dn- various acreage allotment line within the limits of Incorporatedtowns.

I lead.The hleh scoter for the loser I tire West End Grocery In the City tins vs. Florida\ Plastics, IMC wits I the minketlng "program .
. : assistance made: to those they and others ('''"11",1 for the
Puplin payments people term."
];
was G. Wlnkler who. also rolled 488 456 513 11.VWaohrterla : of Starke. Plnuae be advised that The law forbids "any person,

103. This score made Winkler and t I ('.Iiansi.raIC. through the State and District I I leceived many other aervlceithrough all municipalities must secure permission Mrs. Wm. G. Sapp firm co-purtnerahlp or corporationto (

Funderburk share In the high singles | Seley 158 116 113 3S'.R. ,r Welfare Boards directly affected' the welfare board. Coun from tht State Road Department i; Newcomers Open offer for sale, expose for s-ile: ,

for the evening.On Seavea 116 187 163 4HI I 132.336 persons! In Florida In No-I selling. and guidance when sought prior to the erection ol Succumbs To Burns sell at retail or use or explo:< 'e
Shnetmetal Works ;
, the other alleys the Wash- | J. Mathls 130 133 137 40 I vember according to Rev. S. i was offered to many Rev. Sparks any signal lights on State High any fireworks" the Sheriff sn'U.
j .. Sparks who Ii member Dint. ,, I Mrs Jeanette Supp. 23, wife ol
.
eterla Cleansers defeated the Din 1. 1 In I
-- -- ---- -- paid.Child ways. Theressa Shop I Sheriff, Reddish said he had! n't
In's Standards the 404 436 412 125:I Welfare Board. welfare services were provided William (LI. Sapp of Rulford dim
1 by attaining Is that the number desire ,) Institute .
It proceeding'
lead in the first set and holdingIt Olnklnt StandardsM. Her in Bradford County 511 I more than 2.000) children of my opinion this Intersection Mr. anti Mrs Morris. .. Cooper.I : In a Slit! kIf Hospital cm DeeenibelI JKalnst who have Innocently u

throughout the entire conflict. Dlnktns 114 101 129 331'I persons !received old age assistance. throughout the state. Rev. Sparks day cars would using not waiiant. tho grunting per I forniei'ly of New York City I from third degree burns recelvet. anyone violated the may law. He requested '
, while another 052: children re-' pointed out. The children were In some two weeks prior when this
High scorer for the winners was R. Bryan 117 117 117 331 L of to .Iv purclmxod pmperty (' ret"t.1! the cooperation of all -
/ permission elect a Stop i rn'rchitnts
R. Seavea who racked up 187 pins! D. Richards 158: 171 125 451 I Ii, celved the benefits which come nearly 1,500 different families and anti Co signal light. It I III also ''of three ,cabins and two housecoat she was w"arln"lIlIlCht In thin enforcement of t o
through the aid to dependent included about 700 being studiedfor my on fire while she was standing In
, In the second set. Don Richards bitiMlMKi\ from W. H ..itTliereHSa.
---- -------- Hibley law and urged not to'II"ke
that traffic parents
opinion a count at nnyIntersection l
I children There weie 24 the Circuit Court In connection front of the fireplace
was high man for the Standards I 389 399 371 114!, program. \ Madison Avenue purchase of or discharge f.re-
persons who received aid to the with adoption petitions. The along Mrs. Hupp'' was a native of VVnrthlngton -
, Road 100' would. Mr. Cooper who wits engiugedin works.
I ) not wurrentn /
| blind. The average assistance payment adoption ,studies are required bylaw : Spilngs and lived In Lake
Farmers CooperateIn I Rites Monday For In the county was $11.15.: of the State Welfare Board Stop and Go ...llnnllhrht .with the | the sheet metal business InN..w Hither until her marriage In 11)11) I

, Returning MrsTheoro M. Greet a $17.41 and $41.1!>, reflectively. unless petitions ale filled by a I exception Roads 200 of and the I ill lunctlon), of State' 'here anti Yoik will, wlilMll..r hn associated this with field' She Is survived by her huslmnd, i| Mrs. Knight Hostess:

I While monetary assistance w..nt'I licensed placing agency. Win. U. Kapp; ono son Dickie Supp To Ladies
his father Charles who Auxiliary
j Cooper
Needed InformationMore I .-- --- --- -- ------ ----- I Yours very truly and l two daughters, Shirley 11",1
t | Mrs. Theoro M. Green 35. die I has had '15 years experlcln In this I
!Sunday' morning at her home If I JOHN' It. HLADK: : I line of WIII.i<. Julia Sapp, all of 'Ralford; her |"arents. ". The luctu, Auxiliary of the I
than 100 farmers have already Brooker. Funeral services Wl'rlhrld ; I 3,000 Students Start { Seal Sale Receipts DIVISION FNOINJoI'JtI : : : i Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Thomas
replied to the questionnaire! I The Coopers will sell wholxmile Flint Prenhyttirlun. Church held ,
of Lnke hut icr. .
Behind Last YearMrs. ncven brolhi-n
afternoon 2 WctocIIn Christmas Holidays :
at
tJ sent out by the State Marketing Monday |, I Motion was made bv W T. Jack-' :jti" harHwarit xtoies, f.>ed xtores and two sisters.Funeral i Its unmml C'hilHtiiins/ party Tuesday .

Hoard to ascertnln the acreage of the Brooker Baptist Cluirc 11 win that nil Real Kntiite: taxes for building I supply houses I In this evening December 13, at tlK
for teachersI J. R. chairman services .
ChrlstmuH holidays Walnwrlght 1'1'1 : were condiicteiThursday
:with Rev C. A. Crosby officiating ,
various crops to be planted in the, v"1I111m." : 1910.) lOU and. 1012be P ?). Their I line I will i Include lioine, of Mrs Ilullls V. Kn'ght'
of the Tuberculosis Seal Sale In Dec. H
assisted by Rev. Don Martin an | than 3 ) Bradford Slll'1 at the gravenldiIn ,
Bradford County this season.It ttfli mom !filII adveitlsed! Motion was seuondmlI Items, us louvers, foundation : with twelve members! present.
1 Bradford County, announces that Hupp Centvtnry near Ha I foldArrangements '
Rev. Truby Parrlsh. Internmen L .
J Is possible that the Marketing was In the New River Cemeter' i I County school students will begin i j receipts are running; approximately I I by L. O Hazen and motion' carried \ .illi-v tin and flashing. flue caps. in charge' of Wilson Mrs (.' C Wynn led the ct -vo-

Board will construct additional with Williams Funeral Home. ..t 11'IO: a.m. today ( Friday I. $80 behind the same period lust I by unnnlmouH vote I, feed" HcoopH.' syrup dippers i-tr Funeral Home, I Lake City tions which h lortMiHted of prayer

facilities at the State Farmers Gainesville, In charge. ( They will return to their class-| year. Motion Wits madrt by W. T Jackson for the missionaries scripture

Market here if It Is Indicated that j Mrs. Green was born In Wayn,I e rooms on Tuesday, Jan. 3. I Total receipts at the end of the I that all purchiiHeH amounting Three Senior NCO's Crosby Cemetery reading. The Christmas Story and
there Is sufficient acreage to warrant I to more than $2:; must be purchased '- Christmas. .
County. Georgia and was th,e Since! Christmas and New "..al'. second week were :3256.70 Mrs. i Re-enlist In Guard prayerA
expansion. The added facili. on bid*. Motion was .seconded Greatly ImprovedA
ties would include an auction block daughter of the late Rev. G. E:I.' day fall on Sunday, local, bimlnemt i Walnwrlght "aid She urge all by 11. A. Ilishnp Jr. and cur- I short business meetingvns
McCauley and Mrs. Mary Maddo: linuses will observe the general Four 1I.'nIUI' tuin.t'tnimissitnel, conducted by the President, Mr.
and more platform space.If who received seals and who have ned by unanimous vote.Tile big Improvement In the .
McGauley. She moved to Brooke r of observing Monday Dec officers of I Campuny. upxiininci. t ill. H Young. Minutes were read
there are any farmers who practice { not' yet sent In their remittance I I Headquarter ( of Cronhy, Lake
received questionnaire and have 20 year ago from Georgia. t 126 and Monday Jan. 2, as legal to do so at once. She also request City Council agreed to hire 2nd Un.. 121th Infantry has been noted In recent Cemeteij weekS, by Mrs. F. Ic!. Davis und approvt'ul.MrS. .
t cleun, the Hall ,
a janitor <> up City K. (Q. Duncan the trei-u-
not yet checked and returned Survivor Include Her husband I'j I holidays. I'that seals be used on Chrlstinun, hnvf enlisted. for their second' sin'" Harvey Fowler hiis been gave
nt of 25 week. employed -
$2.
a cost
per urer's Mrs. J. H. Kite
them. Leroy Green; five daughters. Mar fMost I Starke stores their packages and cards. three-year ,period Master Sal 1 I repoit. was
they are urged to do so at : \ gave up I' nn more or less full tint
There further bUllln..MH.Ih"
once ns the Information l Is urgentlyneeded. I Jo, Jacqueline Barbara Jean. Jan. : usual half-holiday t.Ms Thursday being no ,. gents: Albeit. ,..... Crosby, Jr. and i hauls by Individual lot owner tf appointed auditor to report at the
meeting adjourned
Marie and Brenda Joyce Green; and next and remained "open all Hunters Can Hunt Hob..rtV.. Drake and Heiguant I keep their properties clean next:< meeting/

sons Kenneth and Jame adnty l| in oder to accommodate late First limits Merrill Kdwards and I Pemons who wish to have work I It was announced that pled e.*

Pfc T. V. Hicks jll'e( ; three brothers. G. K. Mc: shopper : On Monday.HolidaysI i I Methodist Class Joseph 'r. Klrklaml ('omplple,11 I done at the cemetery may contact to the Mission Hoards remain a*

Jr. and W. J. McGaule I Xmas New Years I 1 Has Turkey DinnerMr. I their first ""twHr enllstmimt I I Mr Fowler by writing him at of this year according to a letter

Serving In Japan of Palatka. and Henry R. Mc. Occupational License I with the local unit last month Htarke. or may leave messages fur from Mrs.\ J. H. Spengler, Pipslilent -

Gauley. U. S. Army; five listen i Florida nlmrods! will be allowed and Mrs. Jim Cooper Mrs, The local Guard company was him at DeWitt C Jones, Funeral, of North Florida Presbyter1st. -
Pfc Tommy V. Hicks son of Mr. Mrs. Connie Holstein Mrs. Car i Deadline January 1 1 I .
| to hunt on the Monday' following A. Z. Adkins Mrs Marcus Brown, service In November 1016. During homo phone 7.
and Mrs. Vernon S. Hicks of Martin and Miss Wllleen \McGau i Christmas and New Year after I Mrs. Tom Slade and Mrs. L. DVlnlng A friendly letter was read from
Starke. la presently a member ol ley Pulatka; Mrs. Juanita Hardy: Tax Collector J. It. l Kelly: this 811.I I entertained Mr. Ompttr'i Woilif War It the Secondn S. L. Mrs May Dickens of Sanford to

the famed Heavy Mortar Companyof Starke and Mrs. Mary Furness o r week reminded operators Tof bin- j Church School Class with a Christ ttallon of the 121th Infantry Peek Elected !'.Ir.... W. A. rtonhnm and a Chrl tmaa -

the heralded 31st Infantry now Ohio. messes that occupational licensee. {I Coleman Newman director of mas party Thursday night December fought In the Pacific and, won a To Head MasonsS. card was passed for all to
stationed at which due last October 1, 'the Game and, Fresh Water FishCommlsilon Presidential citation for action
Sapporo. Japan. were ,
j I 8. at the KducatlnnnlBuilding : sign before en"It/ to Mrs.
The 31st. has compiled a fine Guild will become delinquent If not paid announced that theattorn..y of the Methodist Church. on Mindanao. Sergeants\ Crosby, L. Peck was ele.ted'orahlp I Dickens.
and Wesleyan Jan 1. general had advised thecomm8..lon I Drake Kdwardx. and Kirkland fill Master
gallant record during It's 33 by Guests the door of Bradford Lodgo No. ,
were greeted at The President' annual
year history, and la often called Has December MeetThe Mr. Kelly stated that after the It could Interpret Dec. I by Mrs. Jim Cooper Mrs. A. ZAdkins have been with the unit since itsremu'tivatiim. 351" & A M. at the regular meetIng given which! was a sumnmrv reportWUH :
2A and Jan. 2
as legal holidays .
"The American Foreign Legion" deadline. Jan. 1. a 10 percent penalty and I Mrs. R. F. Demorest. Mrs. of the .lodge held Monday night of tho year's woik and good wishes -
because It has never been stationed Wesleyan Service Guild o and he permit shootingwithout amending Other elected officers
will be charged urg Howell Nnsworthy. Mrs Harold for the for the Incoming President, Kirs.U. .
.within, the United States. the Methodist Church met 01 ed all operators of businesses to its regulations. I Peyton and Mrs. Morgan Richard Christmas Carols new year were: Freeman RerlHtHr C. Holtzundorf.

Pfc. Hicks entered the Army In Monday night. December 5. al t ti obtain their licenses before that Under this year' rule Mondays I Mrs. Nasworthy and Mrs. Pey Jr. S %V.; Harry Lappe, J. W.; C.

July 194A and upon completion of 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mm date. i I Tuesdays and Fridays are closed ton carried out the Christmas On Call StreetIliurley K. Hernwall. Treasurer; and C A. As program chairman for fie

his initial training at Fort Jackson Paul Bridges. Fifteen member r 'I'I to general hunting but Christmas ; theme with their decoration Futch, Secretary.The I evening{, Mr. K. Cl. Duncan led In
S. C. he were present. Devotional was 1m I and New Year' Day are K. Strong local Jeweler E. singing Christmas Carols., Gifts
sailed from Fort Law. DV open. A. Degree wax. conferred
: Dixie Inc. I I Place cards were miniature Santa
ton. Wash., November 16. 1948 on by Mr.. W. B. Sewell followe I Equipment, I I Both holiday fall on Sunday this Clauses, painted by Mrs. Don I I. again contributing to the un Robeit Burksda! at this time Were exchanged and, a merry.>-

order to Japan. Promptly upon by a program on how Method! t Wins Tractor Award year but are being observed gen. Richards. Nut cups! In green and Yuletide carols spirit' by playing Christ.lIfiererecl..d cUl hour was enjoyed.
arrival h. school throughout the work I erally on Monday.He man through an am Delectable holiday refreshmentswere
wa assigned to the let
red
were made Mrs. Demorest'sclass
by Turnips Terrific
celebrated Dixie Inc. Caine.I laid had at the front of his store. served by the hostess, Mr.
Cavalry Division at Tokyo. Japan.He Christmas. Talka wen I Equipment, commissioners agreed at school.
was transferred to th. 3 lit Infantry given by Mr.. Nelson Green and:I vllle district dealer for Ford tractor to grant the extra day'k Mr. Strong started this custom Grown By Norman Knight.
A turkey dinner was served to last year and state that it has .... .. .. ,
which I I. a part of veteran .. Paul Bridge Singing of thi i and Dearborn farm equipment hunting on the basis of the attorney -- ?- --- -
7th Infantry Division in May of traditional Christmas carols ;vas p haM been named a winnerIn general' opinion and becauseof the 39 guests during the evening.Winners met with widespread popular ap Too bad there lan.t. turnlp- I Second Pint Berries
In the Christmas
Quiz
this year.Recent. ,, Included In the program- a recent demonstration contest the fact many counties do not proval. growing contest under way. It,

I The business session wa_presided according to an announcement by permit Sunday shooting. were Hern wall.Mr.. C. S. Partin and Carl there were H. L. (Levy) Norman I Brul Tyson one of Bradford JCuunty' !

Birth over by Mrs. C. S. Partin. the Ford tractor distributer In Andrews ElectedGuy would certain be In the running long-time colored berry

Routine business was attendee I Jacksonville Veterans NoticeJohn Several lovely song were sung Last Saturday Mr. Norman growers, brought the second pint'
by Mrs. Peyton, and a reading, "A Andrews,, Bradford County brought a bunch of prize turnip of the season to town last week.
Koch dealer had to
WILUAM STEPIirX SEXTON to at this time. It wa decided I equal or exceed
visit from Saint Nicholas to a tired Tax Assessor, was elected State in the Telegraph office and they lie live in the Pleasant Grove
S. Cook Assistant StateI
Mr. and Mr*. William D. Sextonof to use fund on hand to assiat Ir I a Urge quota during the per ,
sale girl at Christmas" was given Secretary of the Florida Tax Assessor lave attracted a lot of favorabe: settlement and hUB
..; 17.000 plants.Frosty
Atlanta. Gv;, announce the birth furnishing the kitchen at the educational iod from Oct. 1 through Nov. 3O I Service Officer will be In Starke
I by Mrs. Drmor st. Christmas carole -, Association at conference comment and attention since that weather last
a week set
of a on. William Stephen, on Sat building at the church, In order to be a winner. Glen F. on Saturday. Dec. 17. from 8 to '
were sung later In the eve of the organization held In tlm.:! The largest, one weighted the berries back somewhat and it
urday. Dee 10. in Atlanta. Mr*. Following the business meetinga Barnes, Dixie Equipment manager, 11 am. He will be at the office of I I
Sexton will be remembered as the social hour was enjoyed. Mr,. far surpassed hi* quota In making A. J. Thomas, Jr., County Service ,I ning. Pensacola 'last week. Mr. more than four pounds each. Mr. will be the first of the year before
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hill has been serving a* Nformui: Uted that the they begin In vol
turnip ripening
were
will confer with vet.
former Miss Georgia QUptn, Deice Bridge. and Mr. Partin w.r.t Ion. of the outstanding record of Officer and Andrew.j
\ of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns of joint hostesses and served delicious ., any dealer In the Jacksonville crane who hare any matters requiring presented with a Christmas box I l tar)' of the Association were planted after the hurricane I umeand maybe not then. If afreeze

Etarke. I hour. refrtshment* during the area. I his attention. I from the class.. I month last August. should Intervene.U .







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1 (kernel aDd add. Heat Lhorovgirr.:vi3e vUdted bar parent Mr. and!Mr. Lillian HcK
Bradford Coonty'TeJegraphESTA.USt4fD Good on a chilly nigttt. Mea Win Edward Ut Sunday. Mr*. Oyde' Johnson" and A hleyPrlihmrd daughter.
Oalnenvlllw. vl"lte,l i Mr. and Mr*. Charles K
Mu ArUmrtn Blanchard of : of I r
So berg I close Be happy. an of) i
: 1870 C. L. MATTHEW OivkCKCorrcmli Remember. 't1 JackjnarUle:" was the weekend' Mr. and Mrs. II M McRa and:'ythe and two children left r ,

-tasi.kal Eer Friday w Ea&ne4 r ....... ,you. I will be our thinking Sariour'abirthday of all'guest of her parents. )lr. and Mr Mr. and Mrs. ,. B M. McKa Sun- day for ConnelUtille Pa HMr '.
1 afternoon
:;tta S Matter at 11e fast Offlo a* Btsvrlua, 11aMEMBER M of A. M. Blanchrd. day the I11ness -I I Forythe will return tc. ,Ilt.
you. of Washington vt'"- We are array to report
Floyd Kemp ,, work with the B. & O. .
R*>Mce, and God blew you alL I ited his father W P. Kemp !at ; of Mr*. Robert starling and,I : Kailri'act
({) 1949 "fy Jj/ra gtrrqe&sMoftrPOMCA. WYELt'P.ALAWTEY week. .'hope she will learn bot well again I i Mr. and Mr*. Leonard Han i,

NEBRfI Dean Hajiey of Gainesville pent: Dursey and Leon Norman and I land daughter and Mm. T M .F'.n.
i irtyUaa HIM Aamafly 110M rue MX JrratbeJNI.ST last Sunday with his grandparent Karl Barnes, all of Rising/ visited., { ley were Jacksonville. : .hopo.'r>
wheels .pat Mp our Wg tArid-(at* the ground all irbiU. It la mo Mr and Mr*. A. H. Harley.Mr. Benny MiKaf. Sunday afternoon. W..dn..lId.ay..
ana tree. ad.. welcwme \4 the first clean and frrab. I love snow tea : Mr. and Mrs. J W McRae and I
WORRY AB-OIT THE: rAHMKB'* I.M>Kf K.MJKX: "K .a.w .f the _.. i I the Cbrtatmaa __. It _el'. up, and Mr*. G. W. Durham of sons spent Saturday night and Mrs. T. M. Flriley and Mr Rav
We chose it early with utmost'the brown earth and ive. the L. It. Ilrteh Jacksonville were recent visitorshere. \:Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Robert mond Mann celebrated their buth-
Lot of folks, particularly non-farmer*, ate worryieg' about U. care. (world a anow white garment which ,Taylor at Olu.tee.LAKE day jointly Saturday IWt10>

farmer loaing M* Independence twouw of government aid' and ale Then marked it well. while nut'the wind tosses and flirt about. awtey la beginning to catch theChrtatmaa Mr. and Mr*. L. H. Futch were with a delicious supper at the

aistante. AM In certain instances: they might be rlgbt.Ilowevr ting in the fail ;I I alnClIJ.IrIe about the noune..I Spirit. The children oT hopping in Gainesville last home of Mrs. Mann.
And while the autumn fruit Our furnace k *p*) the whole bowie i the various churcne are practicing urday. Sat-I Mr. Emma Comes has returnedto
we believe that la the jnay/rH of caa: the firmer U no GENEVA
were garnered in Igo i warm that my heart njrbnt.I .' for program In their respect Mr. and Mr*. G. W Robert her. home In Silver Springs.af
i ferent in any way" from th. Uy dellrr inaamuth: a* independence Our fond dream aaw it standing think of other treea, that I helped!I live churche Borne of the stores: in Deland last Sunday viUinKMr 1 1 CunnlnKltamMm.
Bbtnrhf short
"J' ter spending a
to concerned.: < True, be will cubes-ribe t/< certain Jln :tJ<::4:. fur the cwn in the hall; I i bring home la other atate. We always [hare a good display of toy and *. Robert'* father J. H. Tatum. : t with Mr*. Ida M. vacation
won good, awrb aa the quota method on tobacco for instance but w* And when at last the great day went to the wood for treesat !,,other Christmas m..nhaMae.The. : I 1' LJlItan.Mr Gentry and
I| Clay HiU. No "atorw boughten"trees school pupil and teacher are Ray For ythe. Mrs A.Carl- daughter
drawing near. .
fail to see bow he lose anything by *o doing. I .
With anxious: we cut the there. Rev. Strickland usually looking forward to a long Christmas PINE LEVEL non. and Mrs. B. Cunningham w.r.1) 13. Cunnlngnam and son
A* matter now stand. a farmer can plant! anything be want on sturdy tree Have ua a cedar. We trimmed .it'1 i vacation which begin today. Jacksonville callers Tuesday pi-nd- Richard were business callers In

his farm at any Urn of his choosing, or he can >urn with other Inuniting From snow and leave and with painted pine earns and amIAa'thinC'the -..i i iI Workmen are putting the finishing "r Mrs IL M. McRaa inc some time with Mr*. K. U Palatka Thursday.
{ UK that will be ao .. W ensure a fair price
amount grown. proudly bore it home |I/I children brought. .1" touches: on the LawteyStateFarm
In return But be vftes fox or against the method as be sees fit, and Our heart.* beating with Christ recall when' I was a WAC at road. Thia much-needeJ Rev. and Mr*. W. E. Hall are,

a* In other thine In wr democracy the ma>jrity rules. mall ecatasy.tin Field In Maxwell. Alabama. No one J highway win probably be completed I visiting their son-ln-Uw and CREWS SERVICE STATION

The farmer accept from the government easiaUnc: In Soil Con often ince> I have chosen waa allowed a furlough at i i imaa by the end of this week. ,daughter Mr. and Mr. J. E.
and *o we all worked. I Just Musk pupil of Mrs. Will Edwards Murrhee at Hilliard. We are gladto
his land ,
ervatlon Practices. Hc put a Von of limestone per airs on tree
felt ao happy that we were winning were heard In recital last Rev. Hall able to be a-
see up
and the government reimburse him for a large part of It. But howVw From store that are more Sinclair Gas & Oils
I know the war and I was doing ray!Friday afternoon in the Junior gain after spending most of last
beautiful
< hot IOM any of bas !liberty In *o doing Government money U bit that I wanted a Christmas High School auditorium. Those' week in bed with a cold.
our money and what U happening; I le that all the people in the country: Each time all I pick the fairest' ofthem tree in our barrack. Barbara Pat. taking part were: Johnnie W..J.1. ( We had a good attendance at WASHING POLISHING GREASING

have *ubcnb reminded of the
I am long ago; ..
Which exactly I what Individual. farmer alover the countryare Though choice wa small the I went to a market and Ifarl.). Patsy Welnwright Mary Sunday School clawe EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS

doing on their own. I memories. bet bought a lovely spruce. Then I Ann Well. Gayle Moore David,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and Goodrich Tires Tubes & Batteries
aa I carried it home. I cobbled Browning. Wendell Kelly DaneS ,
True. there are track-pot In the government Just a* there are In Of those brought from the wood sang daughter Kathy, were dinner
I I a stand for it. Then there Kelly. Charlotte Tanner Shirley j and Mr B. M. Me-
up wasno guest of Mr. *
private life, who advocate wild schemes which turn out to be 'impractical. across the snow. TEMPLE AVE. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL
trimming and none to b.r Raster Delyne Crew Mary Julia Rae Sunday.We .
.. But for the mot part folk engaged In government agricultural -Charlotte Carpenter. I
Futch. Ada Edward. Margie Wall. .
bought./ Barbara brought cotton are glad to report that H.M. I
work are atncere, hard-working people who are doing their level I have my Christmas tree up. It from the hospital and someonedonated I and Edward: Maasey.The MfRae is much Improved after .
I. tree tall It touched" the I
a big so
beat to help the farmer. Again does he loe any Independenceby ceiling and then bent over the top.( candy canea. We had a Lawtey MYF attended the being Ill several day, and we
seeking the advice and counncl of the county agent. extension So I gently and lovingly cut out pretty tree. We exchanged pre.- j i''district meeting !In Waldo last wish to thank all our friends. a no
worker, the college: pMsple over at Oameiville, the marketing official /- the top and placed an angel with ent and stayed up later Chriatfmaa I Monday evening. The young people relative who. have been so kind
*? Mow can tm when they are paid by him to do a job for him. spread wings and golden hair on Eve.: I went to Church at midnight -' from Lawtey gave the devotional -,to us. Block thai Cold !
., at the chaprl on the pout. at this meeting.Miiia Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and
The farm vote La huge, and unlike day gone by when farm folk the tip-top. I have all kinds tln-
80 nrti If any of you out there'have Lou Edward of Jacluon- :family of Sunnybrook aeetlon.Ann's .
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wore out of touch with thing, and politician arc soliciting/ / the goodwill el.w.lovely glass ornament and '
'
lost the Christmas bcause ,
feel. -[
of farmer But they should think of one thing, : farmer are a.a'lfler.at strings of popcorn. There are shiny the children ..
'individually a* any other segment of our population and Icklea and two string of light 'i do a little are remember t.*i NEOHETRAMINE
Imagination
while they are all farmer, they are American" flat of all. And a* have cotton and then snow on the how you wind to be and put up ai 1 I Bakery & Coffee Shop use 25 mg.
cotton. It I La all lit up now In the
uch, there la no need for anyone to worry about them Inning their far corner of the living room by tree: sing Christmas songs aa you I ANTIHISTAMINIC

Independence. he boukcase I am In the kitchen work. See how good you feelI Sandwiches "Place. Orders
'I O(i went for the mail before o'-i
eight
it the table where the light Is beat Hot Dogs
clnrk but It had not come .in. I do/ NOW
and I
have room on the table to
spread. out my notes. It was a not know why rarely the anow i*j. IlamburgerHHome > .... I \ Now for Sale
R. B ALVAREZ & SON T'STOIiAGE CODA windy cold day when I brought; ) not too dJo.p. I had on my fur coat Made 'For Holiday
I and !
overnhoe I
hi/* big tree home. I alxo had an I no cleaned the II I Without Prescription
I from Soup 7 Cakes
farm full of groceries I had a time now the sidewalk Don haal\ I ;
"'. local! I gone to the tore. He has to deliver I ...
operate
finding a big tree. For this
;
tl long distance 'no little. meanly. tree would do year I I gas thin afternoon. I I COFFEE 5c If _::11 in the Interest

felt I jut must go thru Christmas I I CLAY HILL: They had a big/ i
anywhere. l la VA- I season with a tree that touchesthe '(shower for one of my girls who i!! :=:. of Public Health!
married
ceiling I was reminded of the some time ago. I am so f

!!!1 F.XCr.LLF.liT above poem a* I proudly bore my j proud of Louise Wilkinson who FOR ALL TYPES OF t ; I "- .
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HTOKACR tree home. I fondly recalled my married the service boy Floyd I .
PEST CONTROL
4 childhood: In southern Indiana Johns. I think he Is in the navy' : ;; BOTTLE OF
F.ciu: fit:;.,. when we always went to the wood stationed not so far away. Anyhowher WRITE OR PHONE 89
to get our tree. We bore It proudly grandmother, Mrs. GertieFalrtloth FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand 25 TABLETS
Agent. For home. My youngest/ brother and had it for her and she
DelcherBros. 'bnby sister and I. Sometime the had BO many gifts Those prevent CHEMICAL CO.
See UH first! now lay deep. and white Just a* were: Mr. Pete Martin. Mr*. May- 2450: N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE: 2561-R

it does now outside. This. Is our me Green, Mr*. Bernice MOil''ley. GAINESVILLE.; FLA.
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first snowfall, and I was *o happy Mr. Lorene Moley. Mr. Kathleen Termites Rodents All Household Pests CANOVA PHARMACYPHONE
this morning when I woke up tog Nolan. Mr. Roe1ee Nolan.
Mrs. RIsle: Manning' Mrs Jenny Fri.. Inspections. and Estimate: Given by Oraduale.Knt .
Austin/ Mrs Luella Austin Mrs ..molor>... (I'nlvrrnlty of F1.rthr-l ) I 160 STARKE.. FLA.

Ella Carter Mrs Leila Mae Cal Dempsey R. !Sapp' Roy"'. Rolg !.
<< ler. Mrs Dora Johns. Mra. Lottie .
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Starling Mr. Lillian Padgett.Mra / .

..:! tJ. "' = PII \. Minnie Moore, Mr*. Grace'
-=-."F"1\ Lang Mr*. Ida Prescott. Mr*. Myr-
/ tla Brook, Mr. Nellie Wilkinson.'
: Mr. Janie Flicks Mrs Ruth Cor- r ,+ \ $

btt. Mr*.. Mildred Harrison and i ro ly. w ...
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toilet: PHILCO Make It. A | child1 HELPFUL: rag doll HINTS.with Stuff old hylon your I.

hose. They will not lump wtu-n'\ I II

I washed. I always cut them up in I i
C Ca mall piecea When crocheting an i hedge
f Joyful f Christmas For You f on a pillow cane, first run the

sewing machine without thread along -"
the edge. Makes a row of,
hole' I h"YIt sent about ZOO Christ-' '' 1

f 0 RADIO FREE f maa carda. See how much fun It 1:.
to send a curd to that old friend

or school mate. They will answer,
too. Be sure to get. a tree thlll 3.950h.
gg I Christmas It Is In honor of our 1145-h.p.. Ford V-3 u the moat r r,100-..'. Ford V-3 excel every ,. Ford Six offer* modern .J f
: CHRISTMAS-ONLY i Lor.1./ powerful Ford Truck engine ever builf. other truck In 3 big way. First, in quality design and gas-saving high Y
THESE PRICES GOOD FOR Where mountain slopes are Loaded with unusual feature such smoothness gained by overlapping compression available in na ether .:

evergreenI a* dual concentric carburetor, valve power Impulse Second, In Intake truck l.s leader, loadomaiic ignition ,,
grew and glorified In the lIe..ne. 'ac.dwith hard. cobalt chrome,Load manifold. efficiency resulting from for gas savings. 4-ring aluminum alto/
g l'IIII.CO'8 I'hlleo TaMe Model TOASTMASTER K I dreamed that I some day might tetlc Ignition. Available in Ford thorlar Heads." Third in the short. piston for oil savings. Available in ,

Electromalter Combination Radio be ret' f-7 and f.' Big Job only. noi and rigidity of the angina block. all models F-1 1 through f-6
6 p A lofty mighty noble tree;
\ Superb RANGE Plays AI! Hecorddg 21,50 \) Mr rnots-far-reaching 'neath

99.95 << My the branches aid: glorifying God

349.95 G. E. GRILL & My ne'er cherished rome true dreams could 3 BIG REASONS WHY FORD

Table Radio Free I I'"co' 1 Portable WAFFLE IRON Vet strangely' I have life anew.
Though felled, and borne to distant -
,,9 RADIO No. 620 14.50 b'FREEZER parts TRUCKS PACK MORE POWER
And bought and sold In busy
29.95 f} marts 1

For In your home thin Christmas '
With Alarm Sygtem P
g, night
Table' UnIversal Automatic \) I shine to fill
I'hiko Model you with delight;
261,50 I help' to keep your heart at $ \\'
Television Receiver IRON 6.95' pence. ..uSOlUS

Radio Free 124, Inch Screen And make your love for Cod .
Table -\9

6' 269.50 B Thus Incr"uo.may a tree bot sacrificed nsept: 01 1 1esst

6'<< PHll.'o:' 10.747. IRON 12.95 <6'p < To That honor Is the your way Lord I Jesus feel about Christ.a '8s h d ,

ADVANCED. fI..SH.N; hrlxtmn stt0n9 ,4 .j'
j'hilco Table Model I P tree I love them. I am .. _
U REFRIGERATOR \) c n> my sixteenth lesson I am taking!: power -
TelevIsIon Receiver from' the ,
University of Fla. This
With I'rt't""ler In Top PRESTO "'
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6' 7i'i Inch Screen morning I feel so Joyous. The ,
\) now' Is outsldo.' The house. If warm r ale
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,362.50 139.95 COO K E R l) The Christmas tree so pretty. o ae j
1Ve
are all well and Digger I III'Ine. '
Table Radio .Free I r' I will put on his sweater and \

- \6' MIXMASTER.50 6' we are going to town now. .Pint 'AA
rfrrry Christmas, to all of you.I j

SPEED QUEEN Set 39 95 6 have fruit for a whit. -
'
a fruit CHkr. I am going to make I

fJ Washing Machine SUNBEAM P time Cookies and candy too. ",

8 Model GUn'/ i ',Vhoop.rf' What fun. .IONUS. ..,.....,rw.. ...... .. t
50.000 B.T.U\I.I.r-N Electric Shaver Here are the kind of meat balls "" ___ I. wh a sass//
G With Automatic Pump Space HEATERS << i am going to make for Kipper: _.....11., _.H_"' '''e.
VESTKRN/ : : MEAT BALLS: For .

139.95 73.95 24.50 <'< r our 1 Ib people ground, beef. Ford Trucks Cost Less becauseFORD \

1.2 cup rolled oats
salt and pepper! to taste
1-8 cup evaporated milk = TRUCKS LAST LONER

Nasworthyjry Mix together and shape Into '

fC. H. Dip In flour with a little pap- ...>..<,..,.".ti_....__,.N.OOO.....*.lilt'"._._a.*f.rtt ftfvf f.r4 inch*.. :Ika. Fry In a big skillet. In 2
ableapoona of fat. When brown
add a finely chopped onion and
GENERAL SUPPLIES r nok slow 9 mIn. Add then 1 I-I
g 1 ups water and a little barbecue ANDREWS MOTOR CO.PHONE
a tuse If like
you and have It.
,
East Call Street Starke, Florida Cover and simmer about 43 .

linutca.
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I AUDITOR'S REPORT CITY of STARKE, FLORIDA Refunds Rt'tunl on on EJI'.trlclly Utility Twtrs 11.12.28

Utility Tax Paym..ots to General Fund ::1.913.89

For The Fiscal Year October 1 1948, To September 30, 1949 TranHfers Dorll\tlona --General Boy Seoute Funt 301.00000 50000Utilities

Tax -- State of Florida 1.346,64

'Ve have mane an examination of the records of cash receipts and disbursements Receipt, No. 11508 S 2.88 --------

of the City of Starke 1 Florida for the period beginning October Receipt No. 1682 2.00 4.88 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS- -- TO EXHIBIT "n" 1J0.2-18.flO:

J. 191 and ending September 30. 1949. In connection therewith we -
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examined or tested accounting record of the city and supporting evidence Collectlena From Real Property Adv..rtlslng 118.63 Cash Balance September 30. 19-19 Schedule "1" .S 636.41'

to the extent we deemed necellsary. 'Ve made a general review of the accounting Tax Collections 19311-1937 Tax RoIIR- .Schedille "3" 37.61
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methods and system of Internal control but did not make a Tax Collections Years Prior to 1939 1.66 In Red ,

detailed audit of all transactions. Occupational IJr..nlles-19-18-1949 5,008.73Occupational ,
LlcenlO's-1949-1911O 615.25 SCHEDULE: "DI"

We checked all general fund cash receipts written against the rash receipts Fines and Bonds fI.008.1I( ; ELECTRIC "I.ANT EXPENSES

journal: and accounted for all rash as deposits In the bank. The examination Sewer Taps and, F-.es 21200 .

revealed a rash overage In the amount of $5.18:> In the general fund. Electric and Plumbing Permits 271.00 SaJarl"s '
S 8.16'1.4
Building P'nnlts 132.00 'I'. Power
Board of Bond Trustees, Wafer and Electric Fund receipts were t test- Mowing and Grading 1.756.54 '.' Fuel 011 1,482.57

checked against the cash receipts journal and classified as to source. The Transfers From Water 8r Electric Fund 34000.00 .. Parts and Supplies 26.411917

cash receipts recorded In the cash. receipts journal were traced to either Pound Fees) \.00\ .' Lube Oil 1.100 35 !

cash on hand or deposits In the bank. The examination revealed a cash Dog Llcl'n"1 2000 \ Telephone 2.04i.83:

overage of $0.3: In this fllnd. Road and Bridge Tax 3,575.20 Insurance 811.20 I

Qualifying' FHt'R 1"1-1 G/j/ 163.31)
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The endin! rash balances a'4 shown on Exhibit "U" of this report were Utilities Tax: "
TOTAL TO FXIIIUlT: "D"
determined by actual count of the cash on hand and by direct confirmation City Water & Lljt'ht: + S 013.89 '- $ 3l1.6M 90 1

from.the depository as to cash in the bank. Schedule "1" reflects the cash Other Utilities[ 1.777.4:1: 7.601.34nousP. r ----------
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on hand and the reconciliation of the bank statements by funds. ---"--- SCHEDULE "))-2" .
Moving 1,100.00Insuranre

nisbursements were audited bv checking the cancelled checks to the dishursement On Emplo'el"a 76.00 ELECTRIC; ; iISTRIBUTIONSSsinrlea )

journals. The cancelled checks were scrutinized as to signatures Collections n" 19n-1IH8 Llrl"n" 500 I

and endol''lementR.' Paid bills Were test.checl..ed both for City Council Donations For.' Lighting Athletic Field 2.6GI:\: S 1.\1663:

approval and against the rash disbursement journalo1. Disbursements for Refunds 83 J7 Postage 30: 03

petty cash pa'outs were test-checl..ed against the cash vouchers.A Loans From Florida Bank 30,50000Mlscellanrowl Freight ''. 3-13.70
In"om 262.36 Goa: Oil end Repairs I,5to.14.[

contract was made by the City of Starke on January 18. 19.19 with the Cash Overage IUS IJII. Materl.\ls 16.2'J.:

H. 1\1. Rhodes Connecticut for the installation of ---------- \
Company Ilarlford one TOTAL RE'EIPTS TO XHUUT: "n" 112620.73 TOTAL TO FXIIiUir: "I)" $rllfflt0i, i I Ir
hundred parking meters in Starke .m a six month lease basis beginning r
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from the date of installation with the option to purchase the meters at 1
Total Cash Avatlable. 133050.83 ('IIJoUU3":)) ; ) 1
anytime during the lease period. The City: ('oun11 passed! ordinance number r

119.A on February 3. 19.19 providing for the Installation of parking WA'rEH: .1N11 HtWI-n: ; nEI'\CT\I") : :=" :
meters In the City of Starke On May 3. 1919. the City Council authorized DI..llurM''nIt'ntlO:

the Immediate installation of the parking meters by the H. 1\1. Rhodes General City Operating Expen"e-Srhellule "C-1" $ 113.6".30 Snln rh' 8,27512Mntcrlals : ; :

Company. Eighty meters were Installed and officially placed In operation Road& Drldgl' Operating xpenae-Sch.'dule "C-2" 4:1.S13.42: : end EluJ'PU"1I 11.332 H6

on May 30. 1919. The City Council authorized the purchase or the parking Contribution for Health, Education & / MIRI..III1I1..01111 Expense :'J71.31

meters at $62.00 each Installed by exercising the option effective Sep CiVic Purposes. Schedule "C-3" 4.671.42
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tember 20. 1919. The terms of the contract provide that 50 percent of the Refunds Delinquent Taxes 8.08 TOTAL TO EXIIIIHT "I>" $ 18.170Z9
parking meter gross receipts are to he remitted by the City of Starke Refunds Utl1ltles Tax 11.81
City Parks and Playgrounds! Expense 9116.00 ----------
each month to the II. 1\1. Rhodes Company until the meters are paid for

The Rhodes Company will retain title to the meters during this time. The Bond Tr..te..a. 300.00

City of Starke I is obligated to pay for the meters only from parking meter Note Payments to Florida Bank 12218.70 PARKING: SIFTER; FUND
income.On Intert'st Payment to Florida Bank 261.M .
Land Purchase for Garbage Dump 1.000.00 -ta"'nwIII:; of Itecrlpts. Ili.hnrwmcnts. Ant 1..lan.....

August 30. 1919 a strl'et.pavlnjt contract in the amount of $16.330.73 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS TO EXHIBIT "n" ---------- lt8.4Kl.67 tktober I I. 111114 To s..p".r. 80. 1011)I rBerelpty

was awarded the Glen G. Searing and Company. The first payment made .
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on this contract was made In October 1919. The total contractual amount
Cash Balance September. 30. 111-19 S "' .:\69.115 : TO FX: IIIBJT "B" $ I.'011. ItO..bur..m..n'
of 16330.73 was unpaid at September 30. 1919. ',: ,
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Meter 1I""lIlIlIun Cost NO' Mf't"rn at $ I.uo Knch: _
City 'of Starke water and sewer revenue certificates face value In the .
1'0111 Tn II. 1\1. Rhodes Cnmpnny
amount of -15.000.00.. which were purchased by the City on May 1. 1915. FCIiEDULE "C.l" 320001ayments :!
to H. I\f. Rhodes. C.... On Mfters Prr ..7Cnntr"duul
have not been cancelled and are on hand In the offitie of the City Clerk. J'NtH.\1.; : : CITY FUND OI'E R.1TIN( EXPENSES: ; Agreement, -17:1.:0: ::


The stenographer' also assists in the hool..keepin and acts as c8Jo'hler. A --------
Police Department Snlarles $ 12.140.90 TOTAL UISnUIt"I.NTN:; : .: "11"
considerable amount of time Is taken by the City Clerk In keeping the Police Department Miscellaneous 1. '3.18 I 'I'll FXlllnr-r: 70J:1III : :

books making monthly utility bills and posting the bills to the accounts Salarlns I --- -
FIre
Department 7,312.95Firn I
receivable led er. In the Intere of Internal control the I'Iteno/rnl' / >her. Department MI.rllaneou9. 1.271.001 I Cash 11111"111'. September/ 30. II"'. Schedule, "I"1, ;

cashier should be relieved of all bookkeeping duties and so far as Is po"-", Office Ralarll's 3820.00 I IOU"'e I _. __h___ .
", Bible the City Clerk should be relieved of the detailed work of the book-
MIMcpl1nncolIl! 5,638.62Other :!
keeping. In order to establish II sY8tm of Internal control and to improve btleeellnnrous Expense 71111.211 --.--------- --- ..-

the general efficiency of the office we recommend that another person I In C Irru/1 C oar 1. I/rndtnrd. c onnt r.I'h.rldMI .I.n"....... ...I' 1'1't1' 11F FI "U'U,1.1' \ In,''MI\.y
Insurance 2. 711.GOSew..r ,. 1 hones.. ..... ... ..... NIinmrraut.' I'd..t.' .. Cue..
he employed as bookkeeper and placed under the supervision of the City Myrrx .k. wh. rl'.I, N.... 7111$.
ConMlrl..tl..n. an,1 Rppalu 18.1\23.26 I Aan.N 'unnuhy... "I'Inlulltt. I'a.v11'11. Nu d"u u I. unkflown; ....... .r .....MI..""... "... N.1/H" T.
Clerk. Should a bookkeeper be employed we can recommend office and Water Tank 111.00 ,l IIn""$. Qnnnully: .r'II'.1- I Yon on' rl"phvd, ,, ,, tn ?ppunr all I nn.nr ..Inl. .1 Kl.r/da Tee
bookkeeping procedurei'l'whl'h: will greatly improve the present H'stem. ParkinA' Meters 21.71 Irutr 711,1. of ,PI/bllrntlun. .....I. n.llop. enrn ,Ir11Aliiify; : ('uullnA 91'h, 'I.tll::. eanNV in Ihr:' wh.rNln oboe.nand M..rv NImmra1It' ', N'h.// rY.IdR, nl'"
.. .. 1'1 n 11F 1'l 1111111 I.1 pin. nu "lrf ..rka dlverru. I Ih'ndfnrd ,IM' 'IAII l / .1'"111/IIhI'.II AY Onla.lo.
---------- YIIIin.in ,'unnnliv. ..I"... Inc ldcne.IN I bluily'r.lr.l/ ", ph 'rh',ll "IIf"rllln.V.
The City Clerk Is bonded in the amount of 1000000. iVe recommend ; : :: Ht': "i.I: I .. / .
L'In Mhnrkoy '1',1111 NrrvlvN buN Ur IL r In, I funr lv :.. err rrnu/r.d 'In tpnr 0"
that the bond he increased to amount to the maximum fund TOTAL TO JoXIIIIIIT: "c" S 53,644.39! .na .and MnnhuIxn' ; : .lvenur: 'I ItronkIyn : K'lln..N. Inv Pill. ...l 1I.t, "rn.I..1 t."dill ..1"1111" It.h. 191,1'! nl Ihn abov.Iu"d .
,
an cover ...
I'unrt .wet .
N..w yu.k Nln' .rk. 1"1.1... 101. 1 I/e, rudu. r. .II.' wh".I.
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and securities in the Clerk's possession at anyone time. The stenoJtrapher. ---------- \'.." url' ,.nlnlrrd. to, ..pp.ar. onIlunulry n, I'IO .Ynntdt. .., k Allure, 11radfnrla
911. It16n.. ill ,Ihn.. uhuvnnanu It lNt'.t'ItI. "MII.,: ) "J 1'h.tn,1... 'r. t..r..hhnll pnhllh. this
cashier is not honded. We recommend that this employee and other (11,1. .r I III n.ll, t .. ,.. ...
any SCIII-UUU: : "C-2" d. Court .and. roux. w1.I.. ... A.. 'I..rk ..r .nit I'uu't" .. +"r .kly .
is hiltrf M.NkN. "I ,' 1 InI.ifurlI'onnty'yel.'aruph "r Ih.vn n r....hv. 10 1'ltny Wlln. nU bond' and .rtlo".11
employee who bas access to funds of the city be bonded In an amount to p vur ., ,
xhnll Ills.I 5.Idrn I ("..,Id.. ... II"II.III\K. .1n sal nl' 8toIk.S 'ln.It" 'this 1>....
cover the maximum funds In their possession or accessible to them at ROAD AN=" I) mUDGIO"UATING: .:I'ENSI'. : .: :Ill :d.'r In;: n.Nt four,, ',x..kly publl.h',l.nllrNN : .1 .,,, 11rnrh. Ii'lurldn. vI 7. 1949ItiI..
time.It II urea II,", hll nil I nod """'Ixlnml 1 Ally t..r "Plr II 9! II I In ( 'i"Il'I' \t. NKAI.l: ) A. J. Thom.M ....
anyone 1 "I ""Ii" k... 1"1..10'' thin Ilu0.a \ ,'I." ', k oold ro, nr1
Street and Go rbltl'. --- Salaries S 21.9119.93Concrete 1949IUkk" Ile Ii'". n '....t.v. l' I':
In C IANII.n. .,..
,. ,. .01.d 1'uu.tr. 'John .I Ih'
IA I'I.: ) A J 'I'hn" 'n".n 119 N.wnaw
Is recommended that a Jeneralledger 1M set up wherein the assets and PIl'I" 4.311.U An ""I..1e. of nlld 1'1. 1"'Inr14a1' ... C .saner. I vlr..t. wk."VIII"', Florida. .
,fly IIn Uunrh.r Nlnimrranl' .. I'Inlutifr, v. \lIV r..r lit
vnn I'r"by II I' 1341 11.3.
liabilities of the city would be reflerted. In order to do this intelliteDtly.: Miscellaneous 1,044.53Gaa Ally gar lit 12.+ 41 I" 10t. .- .
it Is necessary to have an inventory and appraisal of all filed assets of Ot!. and Tires ";':"" 'I, 4378.84 ---
; t ln nlr ParrI. Ilrxdtnrd c 14e.w.Mr
""flU.
the city. Repair Parts I 3.88H.78 l".rIAnI In c..bx".....
New Tnl'ks : 3.9311.64 M" M. Nheel I 'k, 'alllllI". ,... Nurmnn I
I I. ,slit.. .In.f,nAu lit I',1rr :Nu R From where I sit Joe Marsh r
We have Included as Exhibit 'fA" of this report a "Current BalanceSheet" Sidewalks and Gurbs 740.6:1Slr..1 : 79111.race. .. by
of September :m. IH9.!) This statement reflect' all current Signs 807.14 .) et Pahl. ..l.'NIInn.. andollep. .. /u -
as 1.p.... N I'e I'.: at' ,..,U". In. I
assets and liabilities of which Wl' have any I..noledjte. In order to prepare Land Purchased 250.00 Korman North I I.l'ravh..h.....'... .. h..... ....rldvnr.I" .. ..

a complete balance sheet tnllt will reflect the true surplus of the City of Merrill McMillan 3.812.60 You ar. .. .""M.'I.t.... ..p.nr ". Now Hospitals Are

Starkt'. the valuation of fixed assets! must be determined. Paving School 31.50 1 Jon..all. l I.alias In6a...11..I".. .II.N..llrl'a1.ovr"+'".I pl/11111.m..1, i S
Athletic Field 1012.60 ....k, dlvar.'.. II, ,..trued. ,",alit, ,. "
"Banks
: '.'I.aruph, s1.u. 11 pnidlrh. 'h... or... Too I
We recommend that legal procedure be Instituted to collect delinquent ---------- I I/n/ .V ,....- wo.kly In..... ,
%v Ittt.Na 'n' hn nd. and nfr1e6I. ..111.'
real estate and personal property taxes. In cages where the personal property TOTTO F.xIIJRJT "c" S .313.42 fit I'll lit'k. l"'n.I"' I1IN. .I'rernd.I, .
taxes are uncolledahle by law the Council should authorize the City 1. '1949IIIk Dne$6mpNan wsNpeylnq"IIlNpI, From where I .sit it would Itft a
---------- I "IIIAL' ".:.\1.) A..r. Th..m.A. tat,. sre building lip 'bone. benks'. b..th'r world Ir we w..re halt a. J
off such items.In .
Clerk to charge .
"I"I'1e I.r
Nlll I'.III'
SCHEDULE. "C.3" i I,, Ilnv.n "rn.ly. /0. i'AiIY that work jut lib blood bank willing to ncrrrt other. pfI"le'
for ,I'IG 12.0! H ''MOI When bone I I.+ neede/l.. $$8. 11111'1.011 blear, and, r.utnN. IIR WI' p.cm to be )
our opinion subject to the foregoing comments the balances as reflect. CONTRIBUTIONS: FOIl HEALTH IWICATION] & CIVIC l.unUOSI-s: I one from A rrfrlge'rator ruts wllllllg to Itrr"rt their bone and II II'lIk..s
t'd bythe accompanying Current Balance Sheet as of September ::10. 1919! I
It to the right shape and Amply 1,100'1., Thrrr'lI te
a'wRYII dilferspllres
I I IrruII'unr.. /lend rant, C mole. -
correct and the Statement of Receipts Disbursements and Balancesfairly
are Bradford County' Health Clinic S 1699.92 t1.rld.I, In I bxar.n.. II In." eners.. :Stnnl:; like buttermilk others
present the receipts! and disbursements for the year then ended. I hails"r'1, Jaurkron. l'hLinllr.H \,1_
Utilities n"nRtt'd 1.22:1.60: d I.' My.r I J..kII". Ih" .fe pAu, nl I'iiNa "Yo" doctors' are sure making would rather hove/ a sparkling

Boy Scout Bulll.hnK' 789.00 0.4.....7M". .4 P""lh'.n and "911.. )>rOlrrPIIII." I RII)' "bllt tell me. aro IlaRs of lemperato beer But
EXIIIBlT "n" 'Vomt'n'a Club 1162.50 /.I.IT11Rj I Any of the atipnts tuesy about IInd'rn'nth we're rr..lty mllrh th.u'hons .

Chamber of ('omml'l"'e 400.00 I.ono Ih"u getting 1smn-drNrrving rash "th..r'a r.
SUMMARY\ OF CASH RECEIPTS DISBURSEMENTS: :: & BALANCES salt t"l"runr..r!
1I..t.
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October 1. 19-IR To Sl'pt..r. So. 1919 TOTAL TO FYHIj3IT, "c" S 4,677,42EXHIBIT Will'C.tf1 than they worry about whoa, bloul. .

---------- they ....1. ft oae yet .kf'd fn.. .aMm Q 11 l'I..Jd
il'n. City Fund \at..r It 1':1.: Fund, Parking M..t..r Fund Tutal. I rro.1 a mss she went to tl... O't" <<-

Ehiblt "C" thlblt: "U" Y"blhll "t:" .."'. ..h"ClI .r .h.tr.h h. did."

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INII ICUIC Copyright. 191'1. llt""d <;rote /1"11" Fe'unda6o.
MMI '
Pejl'lnnlng Bat. $ 20430.10 S- 1,375.78 II $ 21,80386Cash : 1
BOARD ON') IIONi) TIUlSTEES-WATEn & ELECTRIC FIT'IlD:
Receipts 112620.73 12H.236" 1.400.11 242.262.49
1 I<'(at."nt..r Rn.rlpn. It\J.bll..mo.n.\ .... and Ralance.k'tlhrr .
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Total cash Avail. SI33.01lO.S3 29.61241 $ 1405.11 Z64.008.11 ( I. 1948 T" Moopl..m..r. 30. 1949Rrglnning ;...,,.r 9 BIG SALE DAYS!

Cash DI..bursem.ts 118.48167 130.248.00 793.39 249523.1+0 I Ilalaned:",. c.J'r J. 19.1.$: 9;?
1 'l l Dec.
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15.16.17.19.20.21.22.23.24
. Ending Balance. S H.M9.1fJ S 836.49. S 611.72 $ 14,54139 Cash On 1Iand $ 2\1.72: .
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-------- --------- --------- ----. -- Cash In Florida R..nk 1.12404 S 1,375.76Ilreelpt. "OR %
In red -
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ENs41ONALQ
:

EJ.trl..lty. 96.176.61' .. OdI $
\ Water 21,11108Fervlc. '
EXHIBIT "C"t
# @ Pep..1 4,73091 ,

t GENERAL=" CITY FU'IlUilt.tr..nt : Supplies 3924 ,tStores
: utility Taxea 5,96228Reeonnecllond
P.f R/M'.ipt' Didwr+cmeatstnd na.zuw.sr JZ1.00

r Oct..b.r 1 I. 19111 To Stoplf"tn..r. '30. 1 1919i Tran"tf'1'1I !5100
i'i Cash Overage\ .M i

RPlflnnlnl C..h. BaJ..nr.. Orl..IN'r I 1. 19'14' TOTAL ftECE'l'TS' TO EXHIBIT "R" ---------- 128,23865

Cash on Hand S 7.214r 1 Will Be Closed AU I
I.i. Cash In Florida Bank at Starke 20,422.89( S 20.43010.r : Total Cash Available $129,61241II"hurkrnel Day Monday. December 26th

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SALE a "n"" ', SALE
Current Taxea Schedule "2" 19094.88 'nta: I ti :::

., Less, : Dtacounu Allowed ___ \92.84\ Electric Plant Expt.n. Schedule "D-1" S 39.1534.00 I STARTS i ENDS
Eectric) DtltrihutloD -- f1cudul "[)-2" 215.11&.01
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'iJ Net Cash Collected on 194. Tax Roll S 18502.04 Water and Sewer Department -- Schedule "1J-3" 18.179.29 THURS. :r rwr 0 i SAT.

,. Ovn.Collection on 1948 Tax Roll: S.rv1ce D"poslt Refuada. 1,52600 I tnll j

J Refunds on Water 2077 .' DEC f DEC

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PURVIS, GRAY & POWERS ACCOUNTANTS & AUDITORS .. I tASK AT STORE FOR SPECIAL 4-PAGE XMAS PRICE LIST I IFKIDAY


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P-.\ OCR BRADFORD COUNTY TF.t..F.nRAP" RT\RfFI.: FTOWt '' FRID\V. DKCEMBKIC; Ifl. 1449KmMrnre
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Mrs. Burns HostessTo Mary Lou Durshimer Davis Home Scene BHS Cheerleaders lOES Initiates |King Miss Helen Glasgow Mr..

AuxiliarySt. 'Miss Shrine Of UDC MeetingThe Honored At Banquet i Seven New MembersSeven I Andrews.Lulu. Mott\ and Mr. and Mrs. Guy

r J'J'j Mark's Woman's Auxiliary "-" The OES chapter was organized
Starke chapter of the UDC Watkins Rer.tuarant at Keystone I new members were Initi-
met at the home of Mrs. Edward held Its regular meeting last Heights was the scene of a lovely here several weeks ago and meetson
Burns for their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon, December banquet in honor of the Bradford ated Into the Eastern Star In an the first and third Mondiu.
last Monday evening December Club'S 7, at 3 o'clock In the home of Mrs.L. High Cheerleaders Friday evening Impressive ceremony at the Masonic \ nights in each month.
12, at 8 o'clock. A Davis. December 9. Hall Monday night. Dec
j June Caldwell offlrePh. Mrs. M. O. Gahagan. president! I The business session was presided, The Christmas theme was used !S. They were: Mrs. Jenn Douglab. Strong's is the place to buy.
State Farm 45 Editor: Phone 20 presided over the business meet- over Vice by President.Mrs. Mrs. J.. M. Brownlee 1st In drrorating- this affair Mrs. R. C. Buford. Mrs Walter Values supreme; my m>'.
After a discussion It was de. A shrimp dinner ,
- ------- ng. L. G. Powell presented the wa enjoyed by r r ,,_ r I I _
cided to furnish two baskets foi the girls and their dites
riissajStefanelli I Christmas MusicalAt the needy during the!! holidays. program"Chrlatmas the In theme the Old of South.which" was The Those enjoying/ this affair were The CZAR JEAN FLORIST i

I I'las Birthday Party Woman's Club At the close of the business Christmas story was read against MI.HS..M Montle Hutching, Dolores -
meeting delicious refreshments background music sung by a girls MrKnlght: Phyllis SU lekland. \
Ellssa/ Stefanelli celebrated her i The December meeting of tinStarka ,
quartette consisting of Misses '
served by Mrs. Burns. ,Marian McRsc. Val+rrla Denmark. Cordial Invitation
were A
held Extends i
Olh: birthday last Tuesday, December Woman's Club was ,Helen Halnes. Patsy Benton. Jo 'Idell .Durban. 1
Geraldine
6 with a party at her home Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: 0"- I Ann Tenley and Elise Lawson accompanied Clara Brown \
Thomas Dot :
here. Hostess on this occasion clock In the club building. The au In Hinging. I by Julia La/vson. Patel. Ke.iJohns
decorated During the social hour Mrs. W. II Sammie David. Marvin\ To Their Opening =t
v HA hrr mother, Mrs. H. Stcf- ditorium was attractively '"White Christmas" was by .
ftnrlll.Games. with tall baskets of poinsettias R. Morse and :Mrs.V.. E. Middle-I Mrs. H. G. Peyton- accompanied sung Warren, Glenn Connor Dolph Red.dish \
The tea table wanoverlaid Clinton Norman, GenrgeRoberts
Mrs. ton tea. II
decorations poured
and contest were enJnved .- and other Yule by Mrs. L. A. Canova. !
.. On December 16th
W. R. Morse, president of the club with a handsome lace Jack Hnzcn. Donald B n- Friday,
Sha- The tea table
and prizes were won by was placed In the
nett Miss ,
and conducted cloth and centered with an arrangement Lou foyers: Dr O. \
Vida Jean andL rend the devotional 1 !dining room and centered with
r i Wiley Gentry an Hayncs and Mr. and Mrs. .
L.
nda Johns. A short business session. of miniature sleighs I arrangement of red carnationsand Fundorburk.: L.1 At 234 E. Call St., Starke, Fla. Z t
ICe cream birthday cake and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, chairman of and Santa Clauses red tapers lu Mia Mary Lou Durahlmer.j white chrysanthemums. Other
finch wero served to the many I music had charge of the program I branched candelabra were placed j daughter of Mr. and Frank Dur- arrangements of carnation and I I
Y ling- guests. I and presented Carl Roberts BHS at either, end of the table. 'nhlmer of Starke, was selected as J chrysanthemums were placed Buy Jewelry Gifts; : from. FLOWERS{ FOR ALL OCCASIONS !
bandmaster, who conducted tne i Miss/ Starke Shrine Club of 1010 at,throughout the living room.
Mrs. Stefanelli was assisted inre | Hostesses were: )Mrs. E. D. Ten. The hostesses, Strong-\ou can't .eo. wrong, 1'111 I' F II_
the | Mrs L.
Starke Shrine Club's meetingheld A. Davis
vlng by Mrs. J. L.. Gentry. I band lu a number of Chilstmasenrols. ly. :Mrs. J. B. Cottrell )Mrs. E. K I Friday night, Dec. 9th. MISH\ Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs. J. E. Wilson -
I21i88a: received many lovely and. .1+1, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Ferryman Mrs. A. F. Sauls, :Mrs. I Durshimer will be presented witha and Mrs. Archibald ;Johns.I
tful gifts. i Mrs. E. ({. Perryman led the group Willie Mae Denton, Mrs. EulnWhlgham ladles wrist wetch with her tltlo'served' Russian tea with Individual NUTLEV
Miss Madge Whieham, :insrrlbud on the back In the near cakes i and sandwiches. Ten Wit
Mrs. C. J. Frazier Mrs. C. A. future poured by Mrs. J. W. Klncaid. OLEO
,Knight, Mrs. Russell Norman and I President Freeman Register Jr. Guests on this occasion were
Mre. George Flynn. "{announced that the Club had deelded Mrs. H. Grady Matthews Division PER LB.
L XMAS GIFTSUGGESTIONS I > not to participate In the 1st Vice President, Mrs. T. K Ran.
A Hulova watch from Strong Beach Bowl Football Game to be Mrs.corn District Director District 2, r
will never tell the time wrong.:sponsored by the Daytona Beach Treasurer Fleetwood and Mrs.Howard J. Division, 19cOcian
Shrine Club this month at Day- A. Register
Y tona due to the tact that neither Division Secretary, all of Jack- '
sonville. WORTHMORE ASSORTED
SMART SIIOI'FK the date of the game has been set i
FROM 1 THE
CHRISTMASISTOCKING nor the teams selected. Originallythe I I
Club had decided to attend this, Strong's is the place to I Xmas Stocking Candy lb. 29c
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--.-.------..--.-------.-.. event taking along Miss Durshi pause Jewelry Gifts; from ,
i mer and the BHS Band. Santa Claus. J J
Ladies' Plastic House Slippers 59cLadies' I____ t--
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.. j r r r _r____ Cream Drops lb. 27c
- -- I Nollmans Are Hosts I. -

Satin House Slippers 1.79 i To Supper Club AVERY INN '

_____ ____ _- .. -.. I Members of the Friday Night I WILL BE OPEN Spray Thin Mints, lb. - 39cCranberry

Other Slippers -.. from...... 2.98 to -4.95-, II J) buffet Supper supper Club enjoyed last Friday a delicious eveningat : TO THE PUBLIC Sauce, 2 for 29c

-- -- II. the Nollman home on of Mr.Madison and Mrs.Ave. W. XMAS DAY Choc. Covered Cherries, lb. 49c
Panties Slips
Lovely Pajamas Gowns A & P
The dining room was beautifully From 12
FOR. LADIES & CHILDRENAll I decorated In Christmas color to 3:00 Apple Sauce, 2 for 27c Giant Peppermint Stick 45c
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Gifts Make
Filled With Nuts Candies, were presented to each Reservations Now !
Wool Sweaters from 1.98 to 9.95) guest from a lighted Christmastree Dexo Short'n'g 3 lb. 70c
.. .. --- Oranges",, And Toys and each gift contained a Phone 16 DEI.ION( ; WORTlIl\IOUE
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humorous verse composed by the --
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Beautiful Robes-- for Ladies and-- Children. I 29c And 98c hostess.The supper table was laid witha -.-- --- White House MILK Pecan Fudge Xmas Mix
lovely handmade linen cloth and
SUITS Priced from 14.95 to 19.95 had as a centerpiece an exquisite 3 Tall or 6 Small Cans 34c

-- I IChildren's I! TOWEL SETS piece Enjoying of Italian the hospitality Dresden of MrI PAeSTARKE '&c 1 lb. 49c Candy, lb 19c
4.95 I FL': ANN !PACE
DRESSES 1.98 to and Mrs. Nollman were !Mr and,l .
Ji'Irrr
(SIZES 1 TO 12)) I Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs.\ ;J. M
__ I 89c To 39cTABLECLOTHS Mitchell Mrs.\ Janie Avery. and ., : ., -.9 Salad Dressing .
Mrs. Miriam Klckliter\: and Miss I
i Ladies' & Children's HANDKERCHIEFS: Dorothy Clair Kickllter of Green II1T THE DICE

.. Cove Springs.Christmas. I '
I With .,""ul t (.....,..11.. Quart Jar 39 r.o 'Vy v'i'ePICNICS :
Lovely NYLON HOSE 79c to 1.65 Program Also Short I

9 1.00 To 7.50 Presented At PTAThe _
Real W.tern: COWBOY BOOTS 1 I "'...1.. Thu... Dee. 21. 2'1 I
Starke P. T. A. hold Its reg-
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UUl'm,1'Y.: \TI'KKMAGNIFICENT: j
For Children 4.95 to 8.95 liar mectlnir on Tuesday afternoon Ito. 33c
December 13, at 3,10::. o'clock
ti-- -- --=_ .. .L.- .. _. Sullivan's 5 5DRY In the USO building. I

B SILK SCARFS 1.00 to 2.98 i The program of /Mrs. Sarah was under Glddings the and direction BRUTE WHITE BACON, Center Cut, lb. 29c

__.___.____._u____ _'__._._.__._ (Included "Santa Claus Is Comingto With Vlrftor l\frLaK"'n Jane -i iFarkei
I GOODS Town" sung by members of the AND HAMS, "Ready to Eat", lb. 53c
first /grade, with Buster Partin aa .
The Smart Shoppe 117 West Call Street soloist, several numbers by the, ALIMONYMartha r..:
Starke. Fla.PHONE rhythm band and a puppet show) Takers John |neat| BACON, Sunnyfield, Ib. pkg. S5c
73J by Mrs. Norman's 4th grade. The 3 lb. cake 2.45; 5 lb. 3.85
Starke, Fla. I High School Glee Club sang sever "SUI'ER RIGHT";(
East Call St. WESTERN
al songs and solos by members Fri.. Sat.. Dec.: 23. 21
-, .. of the glee club were Mary Lou IMHIU.K .'E.\Tl'UY. Home Style Bread 18c
--------.-.---.-----.-- Durshlmer "Jesu Bambino", Pat- BOWERYBLITZKRIEG SPARE RIBS lb.39CIced
i'r I sv Benton "O Holy Night", and
I Edward Massey "All I want for Spice Lb. Cake 29c
Christmas Is My Two Front
II I At Our Fountain Teeth". The work of art students I SUPEI.nlIT"( (; "JACK SPRAT"
was displayed. IxUorrry, (lobby Jordan Dixie Spice Drops 33c WESTERN;
RINDLESS( FANCY
I HEAL; SOUTHERN Following the program Mrs T AMI FORK LOIN
t B. Harding President presidedat
Tenting Tonight On SLICEDBACON
the business meeting. Routine Fall
CHICKEN business was transacted.At Old Camp Ground CHOPSCen.
50 the close of the meeting the Festival Layer Cake 55c
Johnny :Mack Brown Ton Kit(or
: second grade home room mothers Cut Ib. 57c .
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Alx .xhnrtv & Serial
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served and coffee to the
I PILAU I present.pie members I -..-,I Sugared Do Nuts, doz. 19c.. End Cut, lb. 35c 1 lb. pkg. 47cSt's I

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I i Sfon'NIlIh Stianilngr> RtarUe'HFliv"t Coffee cup a. LADIES''

t that brine pampered memories long after 1I t
I Ij Ir
I Christmas I / II
II Lifebuoy Soap bath 2 for 21c
r A COMPLETE LINE OF /' K R F I) M K S : I r I ,

FRESH I II II andVEGETABLES
? Lotu\ $;:).00. !

I Holiday Candies Chanel' No. 5) $6.00 : Swan
Soap bar
reg. 3 for 23c
Kellotljria $27.60'Iyzance ...
No. 1 Loose or IIagM/

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: $6.00' r
I r I POTATOES 10 lb. 29c
I : ., a Cuir lu Don $15.00 / II Lux Toilet Soap, reg., 2 for 15c

I $2.50 r
April Violets! I
I 1. TOMATOES lb. or ctn. 19c
'f a Fragrance $2.50 /
S a. Iceberg 60's
a
Bond Street $-1.50t Cashmere Bouquet, 2 for 23c
2 Heads 23cHmvrV
t Kitchen Fresh Chocolate 11.1's TAX LETTUCE -

. .... Johnson's it Nunnally'a
t Yardley Helena *
Cara Nome "I..ate In CVIIopham hag

,, Whitman'sPriced Rubenstein % l'A CRANBERRIES Ib 19c Bright Sail Bleach, qt. lie
from $1.00
I Gift Sets $19.50 down I rr Large: White HeadsCAULIFLOWER

i /.' i / 25cCARROTS
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j orcelain Figurines $1.95 ea. I Ladies' Compacts $1 to $8.95 Daily Dog Food 3 for 25c
large Bunncctt t

tine of Fresh 2 bunches 19c
I Our Prescription Department carries a complete /t

t Drugs at all times to compound your prescription exactly as / \Vaxhlnitl.m!; State Red I Drlldou" Talco) Scratch Feed, 25 lb. 99c

t your doctor has prescribed. Telephone "61" Day or Night r APPLES 2 lb. . 23c

I for your prescription needs.CARPENTER'S. IrrNh Green FloridaCABBAGE

t ," ,,___________" 1 '1 I -,, 1-- 2 lb. 9c
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large lint-apple "'art..tyORANGES

8 Ib. bag 33cP ..
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You See Your Prescription I.
The Store "Where Filled"I I

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FRIDAY KCEMBER: : 16. 1919 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE mnn
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XMAS: GUTS" FOR MESa Tate. Candlelight Choir Legion And Auxiliary '.' : : .': .. : : .. "_ ..C. ,: : T... .:' '-.-.- :. -. '.
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!Shirt" Pajamas. Seeks Brltx. SUN.prnibTH
and IU.h.at STILMT'S.: To Be PresentedBy Party Next TuesdayOn !

Mm.\ Carrie Adams of Jacksonville KindergartenA Tuesday night Dec 20 at "'' SANTA SAYS lie sure and SHOP DKNMAKK'S

I Is the guest of her lion\ .and H 7:30 o'clock the American Legion before Christmas USE OUR IWDGKT PLAN !
liuiRhtrr-ln-law Dr. and Ml* Candlelight Choir will be presented and Its Auxiliary will have a .

VI THE NEWS H. Adams this week by the Kindergarten/ under Christmas party at the Legion __
\\> will have XtniM begonias In the direction of Martha Smith onj I home
full hUiom, also. blooming M>ttodIHilnwttbiA Friday. Dec. 16. at 7:30: p.m. in the I I
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All who are re i
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez anj Mrs Effie Johns had as her at our store Monday. I BUS auditorium.. The public Is cor quested persons to bring a ten cent gift I FLOOR '
,.. dially invited.A \
Slntrililk Fred & Seed I"to '
daughter/ Betty Jean of Jacksonville guest Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. B Christmas party will be heldin and the Indies are asked to bring I -.TOYS. .l
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. Dixon of Jacksonville I stuns June Caldwell was the guest I a cake a dish of cookies or a pie I
the klndergaiten room Friday
of Mr. and Mm Glen Duke of !: b.. used for refreHhments' Th1: LAMPS
to ( (
and Mr. and Mrs. .
W. Redgrave XM \S OKKSSKS: nil nice at I morning. Dec. 16, during the school
last Sunday. Giiineuvllla last weekend. men will furnish| tho drinks.An CARRIAGES DOLLS
Joe Martinez STr.MT'S.:
I' hours. There will be a Christmas IVOKY
We will have Xmiw brgiinlu/ In Mr. and Mrs Eugene Long left Mrs. ,1. B. Godwin, Mrs Peggy/ I tree. The children will exchange old-fashioned party Is plan ROCKERS HIGH CHAIRS IIRONZEFINISH :

lull bloom olxo. blooming pottedpolnwttlux I Friday for Baltimore !Md. where Tilley Donald Ray Tilley Miss I mimes, and there will be a girt for ned with a grub buff Included.Inmen -
at our store Monday.Mtrimk their daughter Mary Ann under Evelyn: Newsome and Mr. and I each child. ,,( and HOURS of all kinds are -J-L.: It0I: (; U I. A 1 It

Fwd| & Seed Store.Mr. I,went a tonsllcctomy at JohnsHopkins -' Mm. Cecil Sewrll spent Saturday The kindergarten will remain" I on the program./ $ VALUE !

and Mrs. A. W. Anderson hospital Monday. night/ In Jacknonville visiting 'closed from Friday Dec. 16 Mimic will be furnished for those Sale Price
friend: and ahopping. through Tuesday Jan. 3. During''who wish to dunce after the main WAGONS
and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr. /
Jr., Strong do it again U bet
afternoon In Jack S ; A Jewelry Gift ns U know January the school hours will be part of the program is over. An
Bonville.spent Friday Xma.! (;lifts you'll never for- from Strong's/ will always from 9 a.nto 1:30: p.m. in orderto I invitation is extended to all veterans Large Steel-Body 95

lift.Mr glow j' make up the time that WI8jv/ And their families aa well i 5
Mrs. E. K. Davis and daughter I
and )Mrs F. F. Flume and Buddy Faxon of Florida Southern en for the extra Christmas holiday. as to all Legion members. 10.95 *

Peggy/ of Jacksonville were week Mrs. U A Colson and children Collage/ at Lakeland will arrive .--.-. ...- ... ---- -.--_. -- --. Only t;
of her parents Mr. and ----
end Mrs.guests T. S. Williams/ nnd Mrs. ppcnt Thtll'la1.\y in Gainesville. Friday to spend the holidays i ________________________ : A REAL: CIFT: Gq ... .
Mrs W. 0. Halls, returned to with his mother. Mrs. \V. D. Fax- i 4 1.. a
Williams also had as their guest
her home here this weekend after on. cii'1 pyiaaSan. Come In And SEE: : THIS IIARCA1N: !
M. S. A bell of EI Paso Texas. --- !, ..... ....
spending several days In Miami Mrs Kffle Johns had as her illi See -- --------------
STAR BRAND SHOES all sizesat with her son and duughter-in-law,: guests Sunday Mrs Carrie, Smith I l' .
HTllMP'S. Mr and 111'8.V.. G Halle. Jr. L. C. Smith of Duxhnell, Mr and' TABLE : -
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson had Mr. and Mrs J. II Mahoney and ]Mrs J. J. Grove, D. C. Smith of Friday December Iii( :: .. !Inns1)eee. IS.1' 19 Our ; ,
AS their /guest last weekend Miss sons of Craber ("tIlch.! were ,Jacksonville and James Smith of 1
DOUBLE FEATURE: : .
Mamie Smith of Gainesville guests of Mr and Mr. W. O. Halle Lake Butler. ; VICTOI M LAMPS (4i.

Mrs. W. E. Bradley of Jacksonville last weekend.' A gift from Slronjr's one,: BLONDIE HITS MATURE

arrived this week for a visit Xmit-4 cornea hut once a Xmas min' brines happy BarRams \ "
with Mrs. J. B. Snpp. &iTues. HOT ":K i 1 --1:
venr. A lift; from Strong's/ thoughts /1'1 we iro on. THE JACKPOT -t. 3 4 5
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas/ vis- BLUE" i.
brinsrs i gold cheer. Miss Janet Anderson of JarksonviPo In t t ....
ited their Ron and dimgntcr-ln- Mrs F. .F Stump spent last WAil the guest of her parents 1 AND -Hl ,eL' .\J Z t ANI I) UI' v':: \ )
law Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Douglasin week in Mnntirel'o' with her son- Mr. And Mrs. Sam Andersonlast f
Brooker lAst Sunday. in-I.tw and dnuvhter Mr and Mrs. weekend Rhapsody On Ice Plus ,,.area or ine' A : Assort!! Colors:

Mrs./ Bertha Pearce was the W. H. Thomson I Miss Tefinnotte McLendon will T R I C Y. I II A' S t ; And l)crlins ,,..
guest of her son-in-Jnw and dnugh ]Miss Lily Stalling "nf Hahlra.On I,arrive Saturday from Orlando to,! ALSO STAGE SHOW !!.. Wed.. Doc. :20. 21 a
ter Mr. and Mrs. EdwArd Ensorin ? spent l last t wei' end here, as 'spend the Christmas holidays wit; Hill :Monroe & His Blue Crass; -. DOUBLE: FEATURE: : ----------------------------------------------------------------

Jacksonville last weekend the guest of Miss Jinet, Anderson. her frrnndpnrents Mr. and Mrs (quartet In Person! Johnnv Allegro IT'S A FACT )IOU CAN DO !IKTTE:1: AT

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fletcherare Mrs jr. H. Adonis. was the guest .E. S. Matthews 0.... lUfl Nlnn Koch
spending some time In Pnlat- of her pnrenii Mr and Mrs. J. II.Mo"'ly I \\'.. ulll have Xmas Konlait/ in' Saturday, December J 7Blondie's ANDAPACHE
ka where Mr. Fletcher Is redecorating Denmark Furniture Co.
of Memphis, Term several full bloom aNn blooming pottedpolnxcttliiH
RewardA CHIEF
the Shady Rest. rtnvit lust week at our store Monday..
A Tie Set from Strong'sfor DonAld Ray Tilley of Jacksonville SUtrunh Feed & Newt Ston Curtis lilt)...-.. ..IIONE J51
Special Morning Show for STARIiE, FI.\
him. accompanied by a spent last weekend with his lADIES SLIPS, lace top and flue .a..t. Nl'U'H
carol hymn. mother. Mrs Peggy Tilley. bottom $1.98 at STAMP'S. Children-FREE:!
Starts at 9:30:: A. M.Regular Fri Dec. 22 23
OOT1IAM C.OI.n STRIPE NY- !i Thurs.. .
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LON IIOSK at STUMP'S.Mr. '
QQK Saturday Program DOUBLE FEATURE: -
and Mrs. W. H. NollmAn
WE BOXES AND (\ IMH'BLK "'E.\TUIU: -
were and Wednesday
I I guests Tuesday
GIFT I
SHIP BASKETS of Mr. and Mrs. C H. Diiwklns CUN-AND! MOS'NlGHIUfHOKlGHT HOME STARKE
P In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.\ Daw- _.. STARLINGC
TREE RIPENED FRUITANYWHEREl | kins have recently moved Intotheir TUNE OWNED FLORIDA
? new home on SummervilleRoad. BONANZA! ]\ flEAOAN VIVECA 1 ( 1I IIN (m ONS f

t* S .Xn'Ts. TOR LADIES: sxanSIARsalsasRETT'BURNEITE -1IUH..1It,,0 ._.___.."_..0'ANU..-._-' ._ rocery

Naval Oranges Tangerines RnIM'''. Costa Drewu ii, "Slips' anti I
ff i'mon- other I'SEFI't!" GiFTS at f SPECIALS: ,FUR WEEK: : ENDINC: (: DKCEMIJER 17, l 191 t!>

K Chinese i _Oranges-=_!Pink _Grapefruit! rt 'STT'MI"S.' Mrs.: Charles Plckhnrdt of Miami a cAf1Wl WE: RESERVE: : ': RKJHTTO LIMIT JIJANTIl:: ('or. Call & Cherry Street! ,

2r Order Now To Insure Xmas Deliverft and daughter Mrs. George

Tompkins of San Frnnritro Call
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pent several days In Starke vis-
Martin Produce ayes Ring Mrs Pickhnrclt's brothor-in- ORANGES gcPer

.Fla. low And sister Mr. and Mrs. A.
11 North) Temple A\e. SUirke, It n Martin .\MI: WO DOZEN

,lew' -'rv' Gifts;; nt Strontj's,'' $1ItltU'N t O'.ll
L\Ie-\;, Alias The Champ "'lt" \\010 lO''C.''''
tl1.
here :may Carols nwait l 1.
a-. __ .7 __....." ..,.."..r..nE.-ama...... --- you. ,, \ \ "'0.'t"' \ u,"tl1aullbt
With\ iorgrou! fleorgiI'liiH \\ .artttACQVAa:.... Sweet Sixteen OLEOMARGARINE Per Poird 19c
Every Uranch of R&PW Rintro Party (Imp. l It "\\<1101 Ulll .... ooii.ll ,

a Set For Tonight X: "FlmI'eulhere
INSURANCEH. i iTJo PEACHES Small Cans 3 For 29c

I to the public Piwlnpis la Cordially and ProfessionalWorrcn's invited I - -

Dingo!: party on Friday I

C. WALL\ AGENCY pfg December Recrcntlnn 18 Center At the There St. Edward's will be ] hews T-Bonc, Sirloin ('

prizes and refrenhments. Bring! the S rr E A K Club or Chuck. 3 gc

PLEASE PHONE 110 Christmas family for an entertainment evening of pro FOR GROWERS AND Tender, Juicy. "i'


Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- I III Ir STOCKMEN PER POUND
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AVANTKH: 8i>mnn< I'. play: Plano h'IIt! SA1.I5: l I.ni, with mall houxuI. ,
al tl rn. ham IJaptlHt ('ho rrh 2".1 l lAc 1 10.. ."(.-.t on hlnay "III 1 )1..1 lilMy/ -
II ann. & 7:30I : llinltN Fur InforiniaDoii, MI" .1 I I.
4tli Muniays.
reasonable $11 I. ..x ."l W.I" '". II.x ;u7. filjuk.' II
m. Will pay rMH-iiHpB I Gooda.r.guar-
l I' :
12.2.1al'FI
"art ron. Flu HI' :
l rue I H<'e MilK M
<1 rah. .."". Fla. atpll anteed. Lowest 1 29
: I II. t'11 I4A 1.1'] 11\ 41'1/1- FLOUR }
In I unfurnlKhoilhiiu I.ta': M IoAVI:04: s I. W"II lalle
Fait IlKNT: -cli> .. I price in
4 rocmm. Inllh. mrienulIMilih saws Ilk "'w. r"1 bxrgnlnx.130In. I years.
hundauu. PII. I 12-n1.: xuIsr .
J T. HillKlgy .
I l pump. .0 '11'. '''",. I elertt. ". 25 LB. BAG
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Xmn.1..I.vll.l..n punch mu .hl" whim ndlor lion.I
LET ha I.AY-AWAY eel t,Uav.. your fhn. ''.I ...I.rk Io..hl 1.loonl ,tr.... Mt.v.s I
yh.-ph.T.I.,, itatlln In Tflevlulu". It I waud. .. oil or goal fruu, ,, 112 r.o upI'.dtr ." ,
,'h"K'N, .au =N..v unl.HI.S lit..,l III Most honest agricultural scientism will tell F-A-B Box
11I101.a $7 ", 'h. G III' "'rux motor ( Large 21c
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NKW Hlnncr I Marhlnj $33 I h..usu III lot I 12-x h... I trnll- ',, .a IIIIIIII'' that Nature doc 60/o of everything that be ,
can
T are nvailahle nemmnnlaI'al you
r-nnh 'rmn bran
.. er. 1 truck t power nowor.I ,,, ?
erHwlnir
ttn
thtn ." ,11.>0 only through. 4"3 N. liif-' i I. sleet I rue Ixxm' mower. $15.. I showaso done to make a profit out of any farming operation.
MK-ltln' <1'n .
4 :; I olvi'lrli dough iiii' r
13
Luke (("Ity F..R. rll "* i The heM that man can do lies within the of
Inn SI. fib:I I doughnut il"i'ii riyrr $190.1 range
550 Snlt-ii. w'I'*. S or,T\'visit I li-r f-nrH oar 01001'will twit III' 1 |plan' ttu>). Many othi-i, ImrKfiinr tf- the other 40ro.That's A-J-A-X CLEANSER, Each - - 7/c

your honii' u|>"i'' i"iUfiit It I why it It !10 extra !smart to do e>cry thing in
I, Mr.VAIIt'H" : T'lliaiiii M,..il. Iabxollug !
:J.h..lrm ells f 1ly your power to develop the right program of feedingand
In. 1
Felt HKNT il.ui attracilvj- | vuil,I.gl.e. 1 Mss you Io.nl'lenh I
l horn. apt Al Ion nn *r "r writ M'S..I'o YlsldyS.ha1 '- t insect control.
fu furs I'.ttnin 201Y A1"U'& ,) Hovil. C'''''' >Hiiy, l.atirlnl.'iric .' I '1 GOOd IleatV
.. No is suitable for location Con.ditons
.. .n01 Hlnrku Vnrtli ,I'arnllaa :llli'2l: one program every : ,
.. .1Z9' ; vary widely in various parts of the State. Neck Bones gc
.I.-,tit MALI:: a A""' r. gi'-I. n1' Llm.k
Bank To the in and that
Land quality yields
get out
Federal
I f*(M kur puiipltit I mills, I ru male, year year Fresh. LB.Kingan's
till & ..I5. li>x 1 ft rttuckH.lri4. pay off best at the market consult your Wilson & .
I FARM LOANS l.-lllx: thorn! I..n 2lpl2lH|
Toomer Representative tie lives in your port of the

Long: Terml.ow Interest SELL YOUR TIMBER country. He knows climate and soil conditions. He's

gee NOW also trained to advise you in planning. lie can suggest PURE LARD Per Pound 14'/2c'
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n.v BHVAS7I Highest! Cash Prices!' Paid the proper use of IDEAL Fertilizers and FASCO ,
< W. Main Street N. I Insecticide and Sprays that will make the best i

Gainesville Florida WILL BUY IN BULK S profit for you.

KOIt flu NT i'm mfortably. turn I I OR IN;' UNIT I .- Sliced Breakfast BACON. Per Pound - 29c.
Ml.tmxilrrn. A iHi' 'onv..nl IIIIIIII
-nere .,.1111'_ Mm'. f* f wynti I I nwlsWPECK: + W & T FERTILIZERS; (CONTROL I INSECTSAM :: :
"Its nil ?lit F. .11 ) tWANTED I IFilII
Or John W. Turner =1 J) DISEASE: :
MALE:. IRn AI'II:!( nf. .Ra,..I r. O. jinx .I R.IGainesville. :J FOR YOUR ON;' THESE lllOPSI'.1inicUI.AU :

'pn.rur.I4lark.,Innd on.nrnwnlex lying 2 mils 11".1 Nxtnrxl westof ; Fla. Our (selection of smart new } Cranberry Sau. :OceJ.141c

timber water.n I..n.1 PoephY.tilt a'r.nron for worth qulrk.stn HULOVA WATCHKS give NEEDSStravberries WITHFASCO :;
2t12,2 Send me- a postcard and I
pn "nx 14$. "arks I you your choice in price> of

: will come see you. $29.75 to $100.00, including PESTICIDES I

.tl mmn-lty. water Professional Models for Doe-I J
S 30-g
MAL.K
FIR :
HEWN or SAWN TIES h..a..r.., nimplvla. Llrss. .. !"3 V. torn and Nuraea. /
Illark an.1! i I Cherry Nt tull! Dusts Sprays Baits: Blue Rose R-I-C-E Per Found
Dense Sap Pine-- I - - 12V2c.
I,
i
ford' Bea'utiful new ELOINS ,
Tupelo Gum (I II rllnrIrNI.\ T" ItIMT I IIOMB I
...1.. 31 rooms Ilncluden.' 2 unlit, I. the Watch with the Miracle Pastures Weed Control
furniii. lurid. k,
Tel- floor PHI
rrle lejran.1'" K.fKB.Ave. air 4: 37th pUnt Htre, t. I I 3 0-fl J-rm hulh". Illv c..tt.A.Walnutff(toMfixll. Irt-cn.|.|5.. Man r".... Dtiro) Power Mainprinjrgives choice in price- BREAD (Have tried Dixie Pride?) IOf
'1'M..n. r) < f hlkn' you your AT j you - ]
.1 \( KSONItK, FIARlil17r9g'6" from po.t.iffli-... ZtpH'HK of $35.00 and up.HAMILTON V/&T PRODUCTS AVAILABLE :.
i
SI.lin f eel h Fnn .\t.F!: inxU llvlnv rm. rim.

6 ltd-g'6"r II $' 0" .? 103 t."O: .path:whEppinjevr I i 1 1 i rlrciilatlnit ft 145.new: Iflxlt fontni-t oil.llrlnir h-ate Johnny r rm f'4'i. ChlMr rug All..g.nd$11! :. the llailroad Watch WATCHES of America --I A. S. ROBERTS Field RepresentativeBox II Pure, ;ht'! &

I'.O fun: 521. lip priced at $71.50. Other L A R D 539

: & Russell! Co.Mrtm FOK KFNT:; : 1.r.... hn"i. Kln.r.'l"r beautiful and useful gifts for 694, Ocala, Fla. -. Phone 695-Red
"tun. ass staysin 45 LB.' CAN
Lake fu.n. D. member of the
.. i/1 .. i. rf hor every family.
....., B.r.. ......1..1 h nt.. daa<'t rlir. pier
.r,le.- bsth. >1. garage pvt.
tetras
MuppUr.II..... I..A... tiulpmllt.prlc' .... QIII.-.. ..series.rhon. ., Th. ftark 1e5. ItWAS"pl'rnr'STY El SIMPSON DEALERS :
.I-Rap a"ppll.a. V r- ,
FVix-h 7911. 6" Hullouith H.l ._It.1 : : .1.IV" "Tn"K CARL JOHNS STARKEC.
tona MAKKKT.: :..Auctl'in sale J.MrhOwn'rt n Wed GEM JEWELRYOnly U. S. No. 1 C
PIn.r "-rsted bv dfnm. LAWTEY
U'rtT: Frl.. ..p m. In or... hjtwe.n l Jr. Ph. .loaf. IJv Oak. Flu 4-( !< A. McSWAIN -
POTATOES
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t ring.mrrald...t wlm' Return I to newepaper -| FuR. aA'wr, : 3ln.H....llum full-barr Hrownlna11"l .nhnt I \cilhorl/r. Distributor In ALSO OCALA AND GAINESVILLE;' l 10 POUNDS

of/lce..H.ward. run.n$30.. O. I' Brown. 321 Tall Starke Fur Itulota And Elgin

PF:"ASIi Full WALK: -- "'"". Tr..;.;' at. _"P \\.a'"h.-... A
a. IIta.lt. on
Inn. I mi. t l'1o' HM p: i-hllilK I r"ll-tnp desks. i &TOOMER
'Itp Volt
100. lord.. it.ondltlon..J.-I R. John .8toreiPh. H: SEABOARD RAILWAY Please give us your order early for your Christmas Tur

KOK 1 btar'm'Phh.:; Itt do I totlre.'ip' ItK.NTi ...*. f urn.t WATCH INSPECTOR gWILSON COMPANY key and be sure of getting the ize you want.
Fleas water A.sI l lt.. }
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WANTKD rl..rlr.l work perman' tov .
pnr n..t or door"-,mp.to Inquire sue .tloa.Van' Cars.HP r.frlit.. If. eMI 105 lr W."n JIIad..I..ome..,,". AvailTwo. lip ... ..._ __.......... ..I fLORIDA r _



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FAOB SIX BIlADFOnn COtTNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE
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--- left Monday to spend a week In In the home formerly owned by ness trip to Lake City Tuesday. In rirrnlt Co.... Hradronl Co..,,,, sod at Stark, Florida this Nov. Etui. !M. Abel whose residence and
Minml. Cot. James Davis. We're sorry to report little Bet Florlitxi I. Ittmmrrtr.J .. 30. 1949.COFFICIAL. aiMreKN U 2101 Walnut Htr...t, Pttll-
HAMPTON Waldon B. Wadsworth of Mar. Mm. Ivan M. Bcrnkopf flew to STATE FARMBj ty Jo Moody Glen and Argent "". /
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I'l'-V Modowan .Defendant. Cni>. No. A. Clerk of said Court
itime Service and Thomas Wads New York City lost week to attend Mr..... Bryan WhltflrldItrldge Tomlinson are on the sick list this 7U3. By Haven Crosby, You are required to appear oaJanuary
oPt. f'n"ulI. 2n l. 1350. In the alinvanamed
Mrs. M. C. 8f'7 <
By Flemlnir. ,
worth of Bunnell, will arrive the the premiere of "Gentlemen week. We hope they will noon br Order i.f Publication. unit 'V.....'. top Bolt National Jonvit Bar- Court and cause, wherelu
Hank
| rar. VTATI.] 5)a. .' ,OHI"% tot EMIldlllw JackHunvlll Itt eeekn divorce. IIrad'ar4Cnunty
latter part of thla week to spend Prefer Blondes" on Thursday eve well again. I..y. Mi-Onwan. whono rimitlonaa' and *, Flarlda plAint shah. publish 'hlOrclnr .
SCHOOL. PROGRAM the Christmas Holidays with their ning. Dec. 8. Her lion. Oliver Club Meeting; George FUchendoIlar of Miami HdclrrHi, !I. unknown: Att)'. for Plf. U-3 4t 12-23 In TeleirrHph next. four weekly ,..",*.

Friday morning. Dec. 16. at 0 parents Mr. and Mrs O. P. Wads-' Smith. was co-producer and scenic Mrs. L. F, Chapman had bowlsof was visiting; Mr and Mrs. Norman You .ra required to appear. on In ('.....It ......rf. Hradfard fouatr, Wltnoim my hnnd, I..n. nrrioliit:'
tnn. Htarka this Nov.
an, ,
roneH chrysanthemums and 1949. in the above nnmoil Florida In t ........1',. seal nt
of for this musical .
Anderson designer -
Little Mike new
o'(lock the Children's Christmas worth. production I Rlchendollar last weekend. Court slid rau.. wliKi-nln plaintiff Alfred Q. Nelson, Plaintiff VN. EdIth 30. 1944.
Starke. spent Thursday of last and another son, Richard marigolds effectively placed In her' I Hf.'ks illvoroti I JraI Lord C'ounty M Nelson rlrfondant. CUM No. 7630. OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thorn.**.
program will be given In the home to enhance its charm for her Tt-loitrnplt, nhall publlnli this. (jrIor ....... nf Pnbllratlon and Nolle* to Aa Clark of said' Couit.
week in the Wadsworth home. Smith Is stage manager. Accord- A In nKt four ,. '.
watch ring, necklace too <* kly INNUHH '''P_''. SPATE OV n.uHlltA Cal Fly Haven Crosby, n (
1'nmpton School Auditorium. Aur'dee anJ to In New meeting of the State Farm Bridge M Itni-H* mv hand and ofrlrlal "AI l Hturke, Florida.Ally .
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn Ing reviews the York makes Santa Clau Edith: M. Nelson whose r"'nld .nrft 'la T. Frank I" ndruril
will take part under the Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watter'son papers the following morning the Club last Tuesday afternoon. Before dream at 33 Stark 149.UPKICIAL. Florliln, this Novvmbi-r. 471 Tremont Avenue, Oranir>. NewJers.y for I'lf. ia-2 4t li

fvp rvlnlon of the four elementary spent last Wednesday In Jackson show Is a decided hit with all seats the games were played a dessert come true. Strong's. ( HUM.' ) A. J. Thnninn You : !. CIrcuit ("0.... Bradford C..t r..
are required 'to fioi>" nr
t... 'cherll. Following the course, consisting of pumpkin A" "l"rk, of Haiti, Cuurl. ,. florid. I I. ('''>.._...
program. villa void until April. ClrraK Cfmrt. Br4f.r4 Co..tr, ly Harm January 2nd 11)50) In II" above Plaintiff va. Lillian .
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Leon N.
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{-"la will be exchanged among the pie. Halted nut. and cheese. straws Florida Im Ittmrntrrr.L'nth T, Krunk ,..."drum, 8larkr! named Court and cause. ..h.r.ln Sterner Defendant. ('I1N0 Nft.
Mrs. Dora Taylor of Starke hiis I Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Cardwell of ..rm.. M Moore, Plaintiff. VHOVOIK" Florida plaintiff aeeka dlvorr* I radfordCounty
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in their respective rooms. wan nerved with coffee. Mm. Chapman Ally fur I lf. 11-25 4t Ul" 7623Or .
pupils A :4uora. Diifvndunt. Can ; Telegraph Bhall pulilinh this
been the recent house guest of Mr. Sarasota are guests of Mr. and