Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03043
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J Council Grants Hartmann Permit e. .: j ; Soil Conservation District ElectionTo

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For Expansion Of Furniture Factory t Be Held In County December 31

' Eddie Hartmann granted a
referendum on the creation nr

| permit for the construction and Which Hold The iJloslIen's Public Is Invited a Soil! Conservation District will
operation of a furniture factoryin
t f be held In Bradford County on

Block 13 of Temple's additionto ') Bill Folds !1 l 1r To Christmas Pageant Saturday, Dec. 31,. according to a

Starke at the regularm..etlng Or Ladies' Hand Bags' notice of election published thli
t Tuesday At Prison FarmThe
of the City Council night. week by H. O Clayton, Administrator

I Mr Hartmann explained that 1 i State Soil Conservation
At last It has been settled- -th e' Is Invitedto
public cordially
he la negotiating several new contracts Board.
burning Issue of who carries th, a presentation. of the annual
for the furniture he U manufacturing -
most Individual Items: a man t li n Christmas pageant. at the State The decision to hold an electionfollowed
which will necessitate VI
r his his bill fold or a woman In he: F Prison Monday night, Dec, 26 at a public hearing held In
greatly expanding present
k handbag. The women win- -as us 7 p.m. This year the productionwill the courthouse here on October 21
facilities and floor He has
I ual.! bo "The Other Wise ManiThe at which time a representative

arranged Camp Blanding the purchase buildings of which two A spot check at a Chl'IRtmB'pnrty I Te pageants which are alwaysa group of landowners expree.adunanimous "
approval of the -
r lie will move to the new location at the school revealed thai highlight of the Christmas season district
which will includeall
I In the near future. The factory Philip Adflsheimer, elementarj") at the. prison. tire staged by ands lying within the lentil

r will be on 11th Street just ,west principal of BHS, was carrying 7'' tho Chapel Choir and Orchestra baund.irlva. of Bradford County;
of the Standard Oil bulk station Individual Items In his bill fold under the direction. of Chaplain
He stated that when he gets Into This record stood until a count ala L. A Shepherd Polls will bo open from 0 a"rn

full awing operation he expectsto "hen party". this week when" until 4.tO:: p.m, at tho follawl'tqplaces

employ from 50 to 75 .workers i I Sarah McCall was found to have Here Right-of-Way Suits : I.awtcy city hall; Ht.ll-
I 93 Items concealed In her handbag bronn P.eddlih's store: Static,
r In view of his I
proposed program Brought By County county court house; Hampton c''y t
I Mr. Hartmann requested exemption Comes II .y Y + hull; Brnoker community center

r on city taxes for a period of I Again Delayed Eligible I / voters" will bit lar, '1-
' years and Councilman H. A Dion- Raleigh Conner Sells I owner who own land within

op, Jr. moved that he be exempt First Crate BerriesAt Santa I Trials of condemnation suits Bradford CountyBuilding
I from all real e tate and personal filed against Kussrll Carter and

taxes on his factory for a period Farmers MarketFirst demon' Alexander by Bradford

r of five! years providing that he county commission were postponed I Permits

k'I employs not less than 13 during full crate of strawberries IClaus for the second time Friday. morning Issued In 1949

F his first year of operation and for the current season was broughtto :l due to the Illnecs of O. I.. Pat-

tl not less than 30 In each of the the State Farmers Market hero, I, ten, attorney for the county commission Total $100,000Over

I four succeeding years. The motion last Friday by Raleigh Conner. Christmas wan in the air right and to the absence of O,
r was seconded by W. T. Jackson, They were purchased by R. L. Alvarez .: 'down to the nippy weather Friday T. Whltfleld who was to representthe i' $100,000 In construction/ anil'
and carried. i representing the John Du-, afternoon when Santa Claus came ,.;:;:; State Roud Department. repairs were completed in Stat. he
yaw'. for HMO. The report from the city
At the request of Mr Hartmann, laney Co;, for 35 cents a pint riding Into Starke aboard the city'sbright Carter's!' suit Involved 40 acres
fl, the Council also agreed to zone bringing Conner $12.60 for the red fire truck-.spotlessly I'lctureil, alx>\.' .N the first annual Santa Claw parade, Mi..iiM>re 11 of this
Block 13 of Temple's addition for '!crate. shined for the occasslon.I \.' brought 'large crowds to Starke .last Friday. Although actually In the parade the BUS!! Hand on State Road 225. For the pant year.

f I factory and Industrial purposes.A I Although recent cold weather I Approximately 1,200 excited .preceded Santa down Call Street the Telegraph nan taken "poetic llrcnitn". vtlth photographer Tony several, yearn. the county has maintained \figures show that the largest

committed from the Tourist and frosts have had the I.'ffect'or children and their parents displayed Steten'ft shots of HH' priM-esHlmt. giving Santathe place .>f honor with the. aid ..f. pair xlmunt and a act foot right-of-way amount of money was spent for

fl a i Club with W. S. Sibley as chairman slowing down the crop there will their approval of Starke's a little puttie. The old boy deserves,It, don't: you tlt'nk through Carter's property. fast the building and repairing of residences
k *. -' requested that the City tsv 'be "plenty of berries" by the mid-- .first__00_ annul' ,Santa Claus parade. .. .> -r- _-__ -_....._.-._ "'...'-...-. ._..- .- _- -_ -_ -._...- _._ 00_d._ '" year the eowily extended that Th second commercial largest amoirit dQ
!r just the organization financially dIe of January unless a hard freeze, _The paP.; a moved?dtwn Call "; right-of-way too 100 feat to comply was spent on new con-

L'' In paying the $7.50 per night feet Intervenes It was anticipated that Street headed by a well drilled CALENDAR OF HOLIDAY EVENTSDec. with the State Road Departmentwhich structlon.

now charged by the Woman's Club I'.several more crates would be group of majorettes and a peppy Is planning to turn the road Conwuy's Service Station, bolt'
I 21-Holy Communion & Song Service, St. Mark's Episcopal Church 11:15 1' M. the American Oil
: by Company .t
for the use of its building. The brought to the market here be- 40 piece BHS Band to the tune Into a state road. The trial was to
I committee was advised that while I Ifore Christmas. of the Christmas favorite "JingleBells" Midnight Mass' St. Etlward'n, Catholic Church. determine how much the defenliint a cost $13,000 was the largest

r the Council was In sympathy with I J The berry deal at Plant Cltv Christmas Eve; Program, Gospel Tabernacle. Curter Is to be paid for the single, construction job complete*)'

I and appreciative of the Tourist I has got under way with 4,987 pints 1 The Band, decked In Its new I>l'c. 23-Kejrular Morning Worship! Services, all Churches. land. clulo's In, the expenditure city, during of the$ year..OOO on Bark n'n-<- 1
r Club program that funds were not passing! through the market from crimson and white uniforms wall First Th Alexander suit Is also concerned /
& Christmas
i Candlelight Vespers! Play, Presbyterian! Church I 5 P. M. ovations was next In building con
available at this time for such use. ( December 9 to 11, bringing growers followed by the American Legion .'vlth land for a State Road
Outdoor Christmas Pageant First Baptist Church fi:45; P. M r. struction..
t Councilman Bishop moved that there a total of $2,488.60. The Color Guard composed of A. L. Department right-of-way.
Christmas First Christian Church 7:30 P. M.
bids be called for on gasoline and dally average price ranged from Crosby Jr., T. C. Hazen Jr., A, \ Program l : A. J. Him. attorney for the According to figures from t'' n

! oil purchased by the City for each 45 cents to 00 cents per pint, acco..dlog J. Thomas Jr., and N. S. Szym- Dec. 26-Christmas\ Pageant "The Three Wise Mm", State Prison 7 p, 1I'ullic( State Rand Department moved city clerk's office, new homes n
r three-month period; bids for the to a state marketing bul- czak.I Invited. that n continuance be granted be- built in Starke during 1919 averaged .

1 first period to be received by Feb- I Next came Mayor J. R. Wain CBIIH. of Patten's Illness. Judge close to $3S55 each. 9
' letin.With Dec. 20 Tourist Club IJinjro Party Woman's Club 8 P. M.[ John A. H. The amount to be '-
ruary 7. The motion was seconded continued favorable ueather. wright. accompanied In the car by Murphrei, presiding spent on "

by Councilman P. L. Bridges and growers both here and at Sen. Charlie Johns and Rep. J. P. 31-New Year's Eve; Junior Woman's Club USO granted the motion following an First Baptist Church building wit" V
1 carried. Plant City anticipate the best ber- Roberts. They were followed by Dec. l1uilllinlot' r.h"lection by II. V. Knight Car nut Inoluilvd, In the 1919 report

1 Councilman Bridges moved that ry season for many years The Boy Scout Troop 70 and membersof Jan. Homecoming, Heilbronn Haptist C.iurch.Children's : ter's attorney, I

5" the Council meet with the Boardof plants have net well and growing the Starke Chamber of Commerce I _._ Judge Murphree set the date for 3,856 Tags 1949'S
-- the triad to 3rd 10.11)nt )
County Commissioners at Its I conditions have been good.Monday. riding on a tractor-drawn up January ,
" trailer, Close behind the trailer I 10:00: am. The original venire Here During_. __. .
V next meeting to make a Joint request I Committee Dove Hunters Find C of C NOTES -- -
of 28 Instructed to
men was return
were cars decorated by the Starke
that the State Road Funeral *
ForJ. sales In 10' >
Health OfficerThe Season TrimmedFlorida's on that day tag!
Tourist Club and the Club. Hears
survey and make recommendations Santa Claus wishes to express his In the nf
H. were the highest history
on the route of State Wainwright, I Lost came the main attraction I Bradford County Children'sCommittee HO-duv dove season will sincere. appreciation for the cooperation Bradford county with the exci "n.

Road 200 (U. S. 3011> through I James Herbert Santa Claus--riding atop the big! open Saturday but hunting will and response of nil who Wavne Sargent Wins thin of 1912 -when Camp mal"I.Inll' -
58 luncheon meetIng -
Starke. Motion was seconded by Wainwright, red fire truck, driven by Edgar held a Federal helper! to escort his tour through In full -It was "
died Saturday afternoon be greatly restricted by Military DistinctionAt was swing reported -
Bishop and carried.A at his i Wilkinson. Santa was accompanied on Monday. Dec 12, at the the city streets lust Friday. One
this week by t.1
home I and State rt'gulatlons.Und..r county
at Heilbronn
bill In the amount of $1.93647was of Charlton Springs. A native by the junior majorettesand home of Mrs W R. Morse at Cres- Federal laws/ dove maybe I Iof the largest crowds witnessed University collector J. R Kelly, Last yea''ssalsa .
County Ca. he Miss Bradford (Manez Dodd), cent Court. the purHde that has ever gatheredin
received from the Glen Q. had lived near Starke for 43 shot only between 12 noun and reached 3.8AB tags for a total -
yeantand who tossed candy to the children Dr. A. Y. Covlngton. county director Sturke. The spirit of Christmas Wayne II. Snrgrnt/ of Kevstone
Searing Construction Co. representing at one time was local | sunset, while Htata law prohibit of $61,12287.' This. year's pr '-
the final cost on paving one of the large oil agentfor lining the street. The candy was of public health, discussedthe dove hunting on Mondays. Tuesdays surely proved Its premium In the Heights, a graduate of BITS wall senger car tugs totaled 1909 H>>

around the school property. The was a member ot the companies.He Hellbronn furnished by the local Lions Club. various services that the and Frldnys. This leaves. only attitude of people working to pro- named one of two Distinguished compared\ with 2,278 In 1912.'
Students at the University
clerk was Instructed to pay the Baptist Church. I W. S. Sibley served; as Parade Health Department offers to the 1 20 days In whit doves may be mote this event Military Kelly also reported that tag saVi
Florida, according to annnnolln..m..nt
bill, deducting $70 for damage to Survivors Chairman and was assisted by child, starting even before birth shot. A word' flf appreciation goes' to of for IDfiO were a little ahead of
Include his widow Col
water main the Mrs Jack Abel.Pecan and continuing through 18 yearsof W H. chairman of the today by
a during construction Maude The senson will clime Jammry 15. Slblry pnrndv 'lust year's sales at this time nf
Sapp Wainwright; a daughter George" S. Price, Professor of Military
work.Councilman age. Is 10 doves arrangements and to Jack
Daily bnlimit/! per There noticeable
", Miss Anita Wainwright anda Science. and Tactics year wall a more
Jackson moved that son Herbert George Wainwright, Sales Total Members of the committee present hunter Able, his "able" assistant I Following! the naming of SarK Inrrtiiise In truck sales Kelly s,l
the recessary action be taken a- all of Hellbronn; a sister Mrs. Kir- 131,914 Pounds I at this meeting were Mrs. VV. ,.nt, along with Harry F.. White .
gainst all places of business that ; E. Torode Mrs. R A. Green Mrs 1 Records over the past COM
by Crews, Starke; two brothers. Keystone Rotary Wins Attendance Award nf Bnrtour for the honor, the Army .
have not paid their occupational A. A. Wainwright Heilbronn and Sell For $7,034A H. H. Adams H. P. Morgan, Miss IPlsn notified Col Price that both tlnue to show an Increase In t '..

licenses by January 1. Motion was W. II. Wainwright. Jacksonville. : Dorothy Ross S. E. Sparks Mrs. Sfv< students have been selected for number (..fV (heavy pnsseng

seconded by Bridges and carried.An Funeral services held total of 31,914 pounds of pecans W. R. Morse Jack Trawlck, Mr*. appointment as Second Lieuten- curs) sold In Bradford county. '
were Monday
ordinance authorizing the was sold at the three auction Edward Burns, Mrs K. K. Ferryman The tag office Is open every d.iv:,
afternoon at 2:3O: o'clock In nnts of the Regular Army on
l Issuance of $65,000 paving certificates the Hellbronn Baptist Church with sales held at the State Farmerr, and Mrs. Euntls McKnight.The June 11, Itt.V: ), following their grad- except Sunday between 8 a m. to

to pay the cost of proposed Rev. G. E Cutshaw officiating Market here this fall. Average next meeting of the com- nation from the University. 5 p.m January 15 Is the deadlim'

street paving and pledging a por Interment was In Conner Ceme- price was 23 1.2 cents per' pound, mittee will be held at Crescent Sargrnt Is expected to graduate for getting your '50 tag,
utilities taxes the bringing/! growers total receipts of Court the second in !July I '
tion of the to tary under the direction of Key- Monday y 'with a Bachelor. of Arts degree
payment thereof came up for a McCabe Funeral Home Jackson $7. 03'.611.' at which time Mr. Morgan will Iwlth the June, 10.10 graduating Owen W. Cooley, 80,

second readtnat/! this meeting. ville. I Although poundage this year was discuss the county school system. jclnss He I I..* vice commander, of the

.J The third and final reading of this considerably below last year's 53- American Legion, a member of Dies At Lawtey

ordinance will take place at the Heart 819-pound total growers received I Police Plea "Please ,Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternlty
Attack Fatal Owen W Cooley 8l>. died Tile <
Council meeting on January 3 after more for the crop duo to Chalk and Fraser: Club. In-
which time the Council will be To Don J. Richards thened prices. Last year's average Don't Park In Hotel i. /dustilal Arts Club, Scabbard and lay, Dec 13, at the home of li s
I Walter C. Cooley near Lstey.
In position to take action on the was only 13 cents per Or Loading Zones"Too Blade, and the student Executive:
H. here three a it
I Donald J. Richards 30 I came years
ordinance. a real- ing growers a return of $6,87037. Council.

dent of Starke for the past three The short crop caused by the many auto drivers are disregarding f At present time he Is a cadet front Jackson County, where Iv

Funeral MondayFor ''( months died suddenly In a local hurricane damage last AUlfust.IsrJl'ely loading zones and the I(colonel In the University! R. O. was also the a longtime father of resident.W. F Cooley He w -
Saturday morning following : accounted for the higher restricted parking areas in front T C .
Robert Hicks a heart attack. Klngsley I..ke.lnt..rment
prices received It was said
of hotelsat least, that's what .
I was 'In the She'b><
!Mr." Richards was born in Iowa City officials think and thy have Mrs H. C. Ritch Wins
Sneads W Mncsduy
Robert Hicks 73. died at his ( Grove Cemetery ut <
'i Ion July 3O, 1910. He was a brick Rotarians Exchange : requested the Telegraph to ask
home In Waldo last Saturday aftera afternoon. Dec 11,
mason and had been employed on the cooperation of the public to the Television Set
brief illness. A native of Gifts Read Poems
B-ad-I(I construction projects In Galnesvllle ; I,end that this violation of the law "
ford County he moved to ,, until the time of his illness be t "I'm so excited I don't know' Store Owners Asked
in 1003 and farm. He The annual I exchange of gifts and l l'poetic may stopped.
operated a The family to i what to say you sea this Is thetlr..t
came Starke from
To Leave Contact Data
wa a member of the Waldo Baptist Iowa and field day" .was held at the "We don't want to have to arrest time I ever won anything .senlee"

Church.He the home occupied of Mr.an S.apartmentat R. Johns, Rotary Club Wednesday In accordance I anyone and fine them a dollar." Posted On Door

Is survived by a daughter: Sr. He was a member of the Cath- with club tradition,i I'a spokesman for the City said, ,I'4'fF'e That was all Mrs H. C Pitch of

Mrs C. A. Adklns. Waldo; three olic Church and had served In the names were drawn at a bought[ "but we will have no choice unless Starke multi. add to the confusion It has been requested by seve-"l" 1

sisters. Mr.. J. a. Sparkman Merchant Marine. meeting, and each member I Man I this practice Is stopped"It when her name was pulled out of citizens and by the local pol 'e

Plant City; Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh 'Inexpensive gift and wrote a I[ was pointed out that drivers ,' the box to receive a $260 OO Television that the owners or managers of
Hampton; Miss Emma Hicks, Alberta Surviving are his widow, Mrs. poem about the fellow Kotariani'whose \'who needlessly park In hotel load- Set offered, by the; Slatl local businesses. punt their boric
Richards t
Plant City; and 11 grandchildren. Dennis and two children name he> drew. | !I Ing zones may cause loss of business .- $ Gas Co., Inc.Fatmayor addresses and phone numbers oat:
and Timothy, and his Preceding the exchange of gifts: i to the hotel since patrons If. C. Wall drew her the door of the establishment w>
Funeral services were held at parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pictured above la the of the Clarence M. Gay
II Percy Richards the Rev L. A. Shepherd chaplain i might not atop unless they can recent presentation name out of box containing. over I that they can be read from the out I
tee 2 graveside Monday afternoonat of Iowa. of the State Prison, brought a i I find room to park and unload their attendance award to the Keystone Heights Rotary Club who led the !800 other names. Mrs. Hitch's was side. ,

o'clock. In the Orange Heights I The body ;was sent to'Spencer, brief Christmas message.: 1 bsggage. It Is' also a great Inconvenience district this year. From left to right are Past District Governor Frances the first name drawn This'" would be most helpful incase

Cemetery of with... Rev. R C. Gray, I Iowa Sunday afternoon where At their meeting last week the I when passenger cars Bridges who made the presentation on behalf of Comptroller C. The drawing took place at of fire, theft or other emorgencles .-
pastor Church
officiating.Hampton Wilson Baptist Funeral Horn funeral services and Interment will Rotarians brought articles of I are parked In the designated load- M. Day donor of the cup; 8. E. McKay Keystone club attendance Siade'a Gas Co. store Tuesday afternoon when It Is necessary to get' l

of Lake ,be held some time this week. De- clothing which were turned ever I Ing zones In front of stores thereby 'chairman; and Frank M. Walwrath. club president who received the at 3:00: o'clock. i I In Immediate contact with t*+>e

City.. was in charge of atr.ngement. :Witt C. Jones was In charge of Io-,to relief agencies. for distribution 1 making It Impossible for trophy. Keystone Heights 'U also leading In the first five months of' The set Mrs. Rltch won was a i iSylvanla owner or manager of Uw business,

:cat arrangement among the needy. 1 to stop and unload trucka''the 10-19-50 Rotary year with an attendance percentage of 9.41. i Inch screen.cabinet set with a tenI I I It was Iald.P. .

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Into their new home on Lakevlew I Monday .
Bradford County Telegraph I'Drive Thursday.Mrs. !(I Mr and Mrs. A. F. Hull and

I Robert Spencer was honoredon children of Jacksonville were visitor t G ,
tSTAbt-ISHED( 1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR, her birthday by Mrs. Norbert here Saturday afternoon. atc >
Parker and a host of friends Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and May your every with be gratified 6t'
|T Ml.h Ml Every Friday and Entered urn Second ,1.
< The new homes of Mr and Mrs. children, Rudy and Jo. of Hell- .(' enjoy a Christmas if
at the Pont Office at Stark. Fla. and may you
Ed Stuckey and Mr. and Mrs. bronn were visiting the H. M. Mc-
Kyle McMurtry are nearing com- Rae Monday afternoon. y of old time happineit. MOLIMY
MEMBERrtptlon @ 1949 "Ttv Jiura gtnrqessMoftrPOMCA. pletion.A Mrs Viola Cheshire of Palatka
NE.r==- Christmas tree for the children Is upending a few days with her
$2JtO Annually 91.00 For SIX Month will be enjoyed at the Women's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and i GREETINGS !
Wherein I prepare for a Merry course and I have many helpful Club Friday with Mrs. Catherine Mrs. Robert Starling. We are gladto
Christmas and I send a wish to I things. One thing that has Impressed -: Rose In charge of arrangements. report that Mrs. Starling and
every reader that this be the happiest me I read Is to think of, William!: Whitesldes Is around little daughter Sandra are much
Christmas 1912 Christmas of all gone before. ones own good qualities in your again after a few days' Illness. Improved after a recent illness. ,
personality. Try -to Improve t.hem.1 Dr. William Musser and wife Rev. and Mrs, W. E. Hall were
Aj A. boy, I lived in the rugged foothills of southern Indiana. How Twas tho night before Christmas Do not always dwell on your shortcomings -I were visitors to Keystone Sunday. among those who enjoyed the

well I recall a neighbor family, named Border, who lived on top of and forget them. Just try i Builders report seven new homes birthday celebration for L. L. Conner Service Station I
Ute hill near our farm- And all thru the house to be better and happier every day. to start shortly after the first of and grandson, Doyle Conner, Conway's !
Every creature was stirringExcept That Is the way to be sane' and the year in and near Keystone. Sunday. Conway
In that area most of the hounes were built of logs on a stream a small mouse. happy. Think well of yourself and Had a letter from Mrs. Robert
but the Border house wa different. At one time It had been a log He crept In affright, others will see your goodness Taylor at Olustpe. They will spend
bonaebut a large two-Btory frame house had been added to the front In a corner remote, So Merry Christmas to my dear PINE LEVEL Chrlstmsn with Robert's parent. '-"=
of the log structure. The house faced south and from the small front And tucked himself up people and all children at Clay Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor at Adel ; r +a a
lat a ac
porch you could survey the landscape for milea. In front, stood two In his little fur coat. Hill and to my reader God bless Itv Mm. H. M. McRae Oa.I 6 .. acrd
"Sarvls" To the west side Said he "I like fun I The Christmas at Pine
large Service trees (locally called ) was a you every one programs!
big. maple, which shaded the house from the afternoon sun. At the Same; as other folks do, LOVE LURA Level Church and Corinth Church ,
We to
But I really can't like are glad report that H. M. ,
Thursday night v
other side old-fashioned cedar tree. were enjoyed by
was an Such a hullabaloo!" :McRae Is much improved after large crowds.
Set Border, a big, gruff man, ruled his household with an iron hand. several days' Illness and Is back Mr. and Mrs. .
Robert \ and
His children, three boys under teen-age, and his still younger daughter I know you who love nature and Keystone HeightsEddie home again after spending more daughter, Kathy, and Myrlck Mrs. Sue !
obeyed his slightest command. The neighbors didn't bother to go all creatures even the poor little than two weeks with his son and Myrick were visiting Mr. and Mrs. CMt. If TMAJCKEETINCf J
mouse will enjoy the above daughter-in-law Mr. .
poem and Mrs. B
Mround to tho Border's. They felt that Ed Border wosn't too neigh' Really I wish all of you at every M. McRae. B.night.M. McRae and family Saturday

borly. home have such a hulabaloo as Bleha will be home for The boys in this community are
Christmas at the Border home wall no different from any other day, may have scared this little Christmas. He has been confined spending the holidays very usefully. Here's wishing everybody a Merry
\ except that Mrs. Border may have added a few specialties to the regular mouse, on Christmas Eve. When to Shadycrest Hospital In Starke Arley and Benny McRae, Jim- Year Christmas! and a Happy New S ,
family dinner. There was no excitement of gifts, no holiday you read this It will be only a few for seven weeks. His many friends my, La von, and Charles Crosbyare
everyone in the Border family worked all day. hours until Christmas Eve. Hereno who have closely followed his pro sawing and cutting firewood
doubt we will have a White gress through his serious Illness, for the cold days that might come ,
In few before ChrIHt.maa-Ed Border strode into JOLLY TIME
1912 the
a days J
To friends and
Christmas as It Is cloudy now and will be happy to learn that he is later on. although we are havingbeautiful our customer
ftumsa: with a big gunny sack lung over his shoulder. He mumbled well along the road to
we already have a white earth. I complete sunshiny weather now. FOB YOUR
something about potatoes and threw It in the corner of the kitchen. love It tho and I hope Christmas recovery and that he expects to be Miss Annie Laverne Nettles of f HOLIDAY FUNPOPCORN
K eryone aaaumed It was another sack of potatoes. However, had Eve the snow falls silently and out and around within a short Starke was/a dinner guest. of Shirley jOLLY AIwYs POPS STARKE BOTTLING CO. ,
there been any doubt-no one .would have dared to touch it. 'deep so that on Christmas morning McRae Sunday.
On Christmas morning, just before breakfast, Ed Border called his I' when I put the turkey in the Ivan Bernkopf was the victim Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae were tE!
tstmily together In front of the old fireplace. In front of him was the 'oven. .that,. -the. earth,- is beautiful of a painful but rot serious business visitors to Jacksonville 1l.t '-'-'-

gunny sack of potatoes. He untied the suck and handed "Kizzle" a Rna wmte. I nave tnree strings or I I accident Tuesday.( She was rushed ---------- ,
lights on our tree and a number I to the hospital In Starke where
tloO-her first doll. Digging deeper into the sack, he came with
up I of nice packages. I have such a'several'I stitches were made In a
three mall objects which lie handed to his sons- a Bailow frog- I I CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION TAR L I N G
beautiful! hand made lace edged gash on her toot. HOME STARKE
ailcker tor eachthis( was a pocket knife which was popular in hankie from Mrs. William Mahler I Earl Mecklen of Pittsburgh Pa.

UMIM days with the boys who could afford them). Everyone received of Starke. It Is pure linen with a .I l Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. OWNED S S FLORIDA
an orange and lots of peanuts To Ed's wife went several yards crocheted medallion In the corn..r.1 Margaret Tracy for the holidays.
of bright calico print, something entirely different from the drab We have been busy too. Last Saturday -,I I Little David Stuckey Is recovering PHARMACISTS Grocery & Market
colors she usually purchased. For once In .Ed,: Border's life, he smiled. night we hAd two | at home after a brief stay In

To say that the Border family was amazed is putting it rather They were about three d..ath./Shadycrest Hospital.
part, after midnight. Both WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 21, 1919WE
mildly, but there was happiness unbounded. that Christmas bieak- als Jane McMurtry lodged a Band-
were week. I
fast table. midnight which got aid In her nose Monday and required ; RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets
was Monday morn-
Something rise happened that morning. Ed Border announced there ng and did the laundry, for we had!' a doctor's assistance l to

., would" be no work that day and. to the surprise of pll the family, he the funeral Monday afternoon. I, remove It. Kin an'a Pure
trolled over to the McBride really am happier when I get I Dan Reamer and his. wife Fannie' 1C
place the cIoHCHt neighbor, for a little my
visit--something he hadn't done In years. work done and have a bit of timeto have written that they will open LA R D A big special! 1 4
rest. These days are so short their home on Lawrence Boulevard 2
When Ed walked to the McBride
up place they thought somethingilrraulful that: It does not get daylight un-I December 13 PER. LB.
hud happened and that he was coming for help. They wore tit late. I am conking meal for I Dr. and Mrs.. Paul Holt of Pittsburgh -
flabbergasted when they found he had come over for a )little I friendly mince I can't seem to think of Pa. were weekend guestsof
,'jJriL They talked for awhile of this and that, and then Ed said he Christmas without mince pie. I had Mrs. Margaret Tracy.
J'/nwl. be getting back home. Back home, he told his family of the do- such a nice letter from Mrs. Jo Mrs. Gertrude Hoaxer will spend SARDINES, Packed In Oil Flat Cans 3 for 29c
ta>{a over at the McBrlde's- warm, human conversation about this David who Is now visiting In Christmas in Jacksonville with her ON-TIIE MINIT SERVICE
toojidbry activities of friends. Washington D. C. Her aunt Mrs. brother.
Waver Tonev Is there visiting too Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Parker PHONE Heinz BABY FOODS
The Christmas of 1012 was always especially remembered by theThuder and has had the flu. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cannon I 3 for 29cMILK
familybut Christmas thereafter Day Night
every real
was a ChrlKttnaaA -
CLAY HILL So' many nice letters in Lakeland Sunday.
good Christmas from Clav Hill. The teacher Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay: moved I ------_._--
The. real Christmas miracle of 1012 was that thereafter Ed Border Miss Mildred Wood wrote me thAt Any Brand A
kj* Christmas practically every day. He amlled frequently--In fact, they were having electric lights I TALL29c
owaslonally he was heard to chuckle. His neighbors began to visit "n tho Christmas tree. They are
Mm on Sunday afternoons-and they would alt out In front of theIiousn laving a playlet and program With $5 Order -J- 1
They have elected the new PTA
with their chairs
propped against the old "Sarvls" trees visiting FREE
officers and they are : President
for hours. The neighbor children would
come over to play with
Mrs. Louie
Carter Vice President
thr Border children, and this wall something which hadn't happened Mrs. Dnlsv Sweet Sixteen
Lang Chnplian Aunt OLEOMARGARINE Per
Pound 19c
bnfor. No
one knew what
happened--but Ed Border made every day Lillie Wilkinson Sec. and Treasurer -

from there on Christmas Day Miss Mildred Wood. I am so $ 5.00 FLIGHT LESSON and I
A lot of us put on our best Christmas manners Christmas Day. We s-lnd they hAve such able officer,
go down the street and go out of our way ,to speak to people. We who will carry on for the good of'' SMOKED SAUSAGE Per Pound 17Vc I

mile like everything Is all right with the world and we do little the dear children. Nettle Carter 17.50 Course In Meteorology I ,
''-UPK she H
making a good cook
things that others
1 please --but, when Christmas |is" over we slump i
bark In the old rut. book from the clippings of rl'elpesl i M (Weather Forecasting) I Fresh Dreued

J>t'. take a page from Ed. Border's happy experience and live I||I I These from this are recipes column.I knew I am are so glad.triedl, FRYERS & Drawn

every day as though It were Christmas Day. This made Ed Border, '''and' true. If anyone has a favorite $22.50-FREE To Anyone 49'Home
his family, and his neighbors happy. It's amazing-the power and the'nfu..nce recipe I wish you would send me. PER. LB.
of happiness of one man. YOUR "HAPPINESS-POWER" .I will try It and then use it here,
too is far-reaching. HELPFUL HINTS: Sometimes
I wish for you this Christmas and for every day of the New Year the bricks around tho fireplaceget INTERESTED IN AVIATIONSee
the greatest gift of all-HAPPINESS! smoked and 1 dirty. Here Is Made LARD 45 Pound Can 5.39

(Editorial: In the Amerlcanlzer by Walter L. Hayes, President Amerlon .something to clean them. Make a Roy //. Browning ,
Fire &: Casualty Co.) mixture of 1 cup vinegar, 1 cup

11.WK'r0 GARTH IN CALIFORNIA" bricks.powdered. It Stir borax will altogether remove: and 1 stains cup and of wash and amnnla. Florida A Aviation: Academy BREAD (Have you tried Dixie Pride?) IQc l

The people of California set a salutary example for the nation when /Rive bricks a luster. Fix up for !

at the special election of November 8, they repealed a constitutional Santa.
amendment concerning assistance to the aged and the blind which I found I had so many things to KEYSTONE AIRPARK I Large Stalks ;
threatened the rent and stamp that licking CELERY
state with financial disaster.: The amendment was I 9c
paasvd at the general election of way all too much for me. I found that (Located Between Starke & Keystone Heights)
a year ago when attention was. focused Xmas Special!
on the Presidential race and other ballot measures got rellltlve- to place an ice cube In a dish andI
moistened the sticky stamps and
ly scant attention.
envelopes on the cubes.. It worked
The amount paid to each aged and blind beneficiary will continue 'and did not have to much waterrlther F-A-B
at 'he same level. What the repeal measure does' do Is to correct wild Large Box 2k

Injustices establish reasonable qualification standards for niHlntnnre !MINCE !MEAT as 1 mane it y
and eliminate an impossible administration Het-up tinder which the Cook about a lb. of neck meat

Cnlifornla department of welfare was virtually Immune from either beef altho I hove mixed In pork SUPER SUDS Large Size Package 21c
IrRlMlatlve or executive control. It IJ significant; Hint the fight for repeal run thru a fnodnhopper, also run .
was spearheaded by the California Council for the Blind. 'your apples thru a fond chopper.

California's action has. national, Importance In this. era of Burial wettar Here Is the portion as nearly as I I
run mad Almost no one Is opposed to reasonable iisnUtam-o for I I can guess. Ocean
old and helpless people who have no other menus of support That has :3 cups( meat S
t cups of apples Cranberry 141c
come to be considered l a basic obligation of the state and all taxpayers 2 cups of apple cider, II au..r
must'pay for It. But It In n far cry from this concept to such 1 box: of raisins
a. law as the California amendment which, had It long remained In 1-2 cup vinegar '

force ,would have sent the state deep Into debt raised taxes to an Intolerable brown sugar to sweeten.
level and driven away industry and enterprise. 1 cup of molasses I i I. : rrtcer.a,1 ji 'I'II CORNED BEEF Per Can
.It is espci'inUy noteworthy that the law was repealed In a state a little of all kinds of spices.I - -

wtoich, has a very high proportion of old people. Perhaps many of add any jelly or preserves that I e
than now realize that. In the long. run, deserving pensioners would are just leftover? In small amounts. tiI CLEANSER Each
I(I Add a bit of salt and I,
keep tasting - 7Vc
be hurt most of all by such outrageously unsound nlCRHUreft.'clfllre I - -
until It tastes good to +
I L. coming back to earth In California. you. I I
It Is cloudy out. I am on my 23rd ,

TIME TO REMOVE; ; THAT "PLUS TAX" with lesson.psychology Just about course.have I have finished to Noe 2
take the final exam some Sat. 3
The Saturday Evening Post recently
ran an amusing cartoon In
am. It has been an InterestingLISTEN
which a woman with a look of joyful anticipation, Is reading an ad"R'I'lisem..nt I or any size store! CansFactory

offering some article .she wants at a sale price. Directly( _.-...... ,w 29cC
beneath It Is a second picture, showing her with a look of anger and
For lower maintenance far fir* safety, for structural' btavty
disappointment she reads the word "Plus tax.
its I build, it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. Irs tower insurance rotes and
This Is an excellent commentary on those war-time excise taxes greater .esele value mat it a sound investment.fhont. .
with which the country Is still plagued. They apply to cosmetics luggage IN OF
I ......... far complete .detail. W. d lir,c.COMCRITf .
l I
fur coats and a long list of other commodities. Similar taxesaJ !SICKNESSOR!; !!; !!;
apply to transportation tickets. Few opposed them In war-time ACCIDENT

when It was necessary to curb production and use of everything except ,.
the bare essentials, and It was also necessary to raise incredible WHO ItOCkliCBS'IASts, Pack

man of money for the government and tl) reduce purchasing power Pays The Bills ? FLOOR. DRAIN AND ROOF Till
fit the last shade of justification for them has gone now. I I y 'JtlA f.MXIDCONCUft: MID COUNT SUGAR 5 POUNDSXmas
Spokesmen for retailing, who know what they are talking about For Hospital Protection

from experience, say these taxes are a definite deterrent to sales of I Insure The Florida Mutual : MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SrECIFICATIOMSAiiiiis Special!
the affected Items, and thus they reduce employment, the tax revenue Way!
government would get from Increased factory output and are a 'I With $5 Order
,drag: on the whole economy. Many people could buy some Item at the IXX'.U AGENTG.P.RAYMOND Building! Supply, Inc.
going retail price when they can't afford to buy It after the govern

ment tacks on an additional 2U per cent.'There P. O. Box 93 1036-1043 W. :Main St.. South
was hope that these taxes would be repealed at the last session STARKE. FLA. GAINESVILLE.

of Congress. That hope failed to materialize. It's up to the Congress P.O. Box 62 FLORIDAPhon* 217-218

that will convene In January. :'II oII',! ......... ___ _.._ -_ .
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EXPERT MECHANICAL WORKPh. STATE FARM day.Fancher Friends sustained regret that a broken Mrs. P.foot D. LONG BRANCHBy I NEW RIVER( FOR EXPERT

19 229 GREEN BUICK CO. I Bj Mr; Bryan Whltfirld when she slipped( on a sidewalk In 11"J.. L. Strickland. R.v Mrs. K. A. Sapp WASHING
," I Starke Friday. She is recuper-
SI'ECIALTIES1IOTOR TUNE-UPS BRAKES sting at her home hero C'LARKNCK GROPESClarence There will bo Christmas
Bridge ('Iub1..tllIg; 1 programat POLISHING
THROUGHOUT BODY-FENDER-1'AINT WORK I With exquisite seasonal decora- Pvt. J, W. Walker arrived Saturday Groves, 43, died Tuesday :II Long{ Bridge Church Friday I GREASINGTIRES
SJ WHEEL & FRONT ALIGNMENT I I lions, thnt Included a beautifully I from Ft.. Jackson S. C. to morning Dec 13, about 10 night;\ Everyone l is. Invited to come
adorned Christmas tree Mrs P. visit his parents Mr and Mrs. o'clock. He was taken 111 suddenly: and bring.\ the kiddles. .
BUICK & ALL MAKES OF CARS i D. Fancher made her home a :'John Walker Pvt. Walker will be Sunday morning and wan I.'l\rrle"1"' I Mr and Mrs. A. P. Moore who TUBES BATTERIES
19 GENUINE: CMC: PARTS lovely setting for last week's meet- hero until Jaunary 1 when he Is to the Starke hospital where hi-, ,have been visiting; relatives In Texas
I Ing of the State Farm Bridge Club. belnjt I transferred to Washington, remained until his death. The nature : have returned und were at Sun PURE OIL PRODUCTS
Consult us:, personally, or by phone, for our lowest Her prizes to club member were :JO. C Additional visitors of Mr. of his illness was. not deter- day School Sunday morning, nnd
prices in Starke linen towels and Mrs M. E. diner and Mrs Walker are Mrs. Walter mined. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. .
I held high/ score Mrs. J. R. Kit I'Bluiint and her baby daughter of Mr. Groves .wns employed In thi. L. Crews SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAINMadison
I second high and Mrs. H. J. Kucera ; Tallahassee who returned home strawberry growing Industry near Mr. and Mrs E. A. Sapp and
c.rJ the lucky card In bingo. Mrs. lx>x with the Walkers Sunday after Lawtey He leaves his wife Kllzn; ,Mrs Robert Ward went shoppingIn
i they were Saturday overnight Jacksonville Tuesday. & Walnut Streets Starke, Fla.
,Green of Starke won the guest I I a stepdaughter Elizabeth Smart
bingo prize, a handkerchief anda musts of Mr and Mm. Blount In Jacksonville; two brothers Wylle Mrs. Gurney Crews and daughter .
handkerchief was also presentedto their Tallahassee home Mr. Blount Jacksonville and Will, Baldwin: I of State Farm attended Churchat
'J f Mrs.! R, P. McLemlon who wall|i Twill I also spend the Immediate and one sinter Mrs. Iva Wester of Long Bridge Mondny night/
iJf1 'J the only ten guest Mrs. Fancher [,Christmas holidays here. Jacksonville.The I Mra Jessie Luzon by and son(
19I dI served desert course with coffeeat !!I Sgt. and Mrs. O B. Thompson ;< funeral wa conducted by Joe, Mrs. Rhoda Dowling and J..III -
the end of the progressions. and their little daughter, BeckySm Rev. J. I,. Strickland at the Long I I"e Siipn wpri visiting friends and I Irelatives'
>. of) Fayetteville\ N. C. are holIday In Sanderson and Mac-
,, Branch Church. Key McCabe
Jim B. Godwin and Walter Gran- was .
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. visitors of Mr. and Mis! R. S.Roller In charge of clonny Tlle..dny.1.ltllll
ier of Bolle GlaJe were guests of .. arrangements. Barbara Carrol and Rob-
hnvina.h' <.1 Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. J. O. Godwin last / Wo are proud to see the /trenthprwp"nt '
hie Ward of Stalke'pre
<< MASTERS weekend. Mrs DeWitt Sinclair return..dtlome In the road at the visiting I'I'th..lr EFFICIENTThis
I ELECTRIC SERVICE I grandparents Mr. and :Mrs'
Long Branch C'hurih. Arthur Hat
Friday following a week's
/ .
Mr. and Mrs. Milo and
Selgler Ethan; Snpp Sunday and Monday
19 her ramp with his road equipmentand funeral home is: dedicated to
of Tallahassee visit with her son-in-law and
their baby son I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carrol and l lI
.tr came Saturday to spend the 'daughter.' Mr. and Mrs. Harold helped again to make a r"oll'' chlldnfn./ of JnelRonvllluR'I'd\ reliable service. There are no boundary
19 Christmas holidays with Mr and thnt Is very beautiful and a much i I their Mr. and Mrs. Ira lines to the
George, in Winter Haven. Mr and.lI better road than has ever been to parents : territory we re always
Whitfleld.Mr. L
Mrs. Bryan Mcrrltt
'Mrs. George! are expected to beguests this church The workers removed Sunday.Bill : ready to serve.
and Mrs. Jack Nelson were Williams of Lake Ilufe-' -
191n9 trees, widened the road at all :'
I of Mr and Mra. Sinclair
J I i iJ
of Mr. and Mrs.
vlsitois I was n visitor of Mr and !Mrs. S. I.I I.
'Brannen Saturday night and sun- ,J during the Yuletide season. 'points and straightened It out enthere 'I Crews Sunday.

1n9 i nnstmas .. .. The now nrcn't road many Is broad curves enough anymore.for The writer of this I'olumn'IRh- DeWITT I C. JONES
13eL11 J es each !and every render' of this
two cars to wht'rel
pass easily now
(I'before one mar would have to stop paper a very Merry Christmas and (Phone 7 Starke 1 Fla.
19J From where I sit..byJoe Marsh land run out Into the woods until I Happy New YearSUNNYBROOK.
the other one could pass Port of Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
i ;elnfJ the work wall done by volunteerswho .
+ are InfJ J local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
- L wanted to see the road made I
Clam Chowder Can Be passtiblo' Anyone who has ever services not otherwise available.

," traveled this road cannot realize,>I i Ely Wanda froxbyMr. rr, r r 1____ _
.. g Procloim to all the world that this is Dynamite! the 1 Improvement" that hits been I I We furnish the highest! type service lowest parrs,
at and
made until they see It. We allrivillv and Mrs. H. B. K..llvIn"
\ P the time for thanksgiving, the time for happiness -,I IF thank !Mr. Hstcher and alll j i|children of Miami were visiting accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT
} and good fellowship. Herold to diS.11 If Smiley Roberts Is a friend of plain to anyone who doesn't come who hAd anything; to do with the relatives! last weekend. company, as payment In part or In full nn a funeral.
tont lands that we observe the day of all" yours, like he ia mine, and if you from clam chowder country. Impiovement Tr there Is n food'. IIrln..u."h." Kelly who has spent Consultation carries no obligation
D days with true understanding of the mean want to keep bin friendship, like I What great world this would mud, In the country anywhere It the! past two months In Miami
of Christmas. 11 do, don't ever let him hear you any be if we could all see that moat ihnulil. rritnlnly be' to the church came home Saturday.Mr .
ing that good clam chowder can be prejudices are matters of taste houses. And Mrs. Wllllnm Crosby
Ring out, Christmas,:! bells! made without cream. only. Some like hot coffee. Some The Play Hill school gave their I II and children were' visiting her 1 r'f iff
.. In New England, where Smiley like it Iced Some people like a tern- Christmas. proernm Frldnv night f-'tlwi- Mr. Alston In ZephyrhllN
n. 16 Miss Wood All Christmas ,
r. was th program recently
. comes from friendships have been per ate glass of beer. Others prefer I '
.. director, and Miss Lore-no I IKleklx rlP.I O, Crosby and daughter' f )
.. broken over tomatoes versus cream Ice-cold lemonade. My grand.in .
the pianist.Among rtettv Mr* J U. Kelly and WII110 -
clam chowder.Experts say that mother ed to say, "Prejudice those railing on the ,i'n Can'b v wef "hopplrg recently 1
south of Boston the tomato reigns that sees only what it pleases, Strlrklnmls Sunday were Charles In Jacksonville Merchandise
supreme, but north of Boston it'. cannot see very plain." and Poll Ip Kit-UN' of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. O. K. Crosby and! "
% ('hone
Grreen cream-or else I Mrs Stenhi'iio. Cnthnun. Mr. and children were business visitors In
- ( 13a From where I sit, whether it Mrs. Rlrhnnl I.AnMrR/ Palsy ,Gainesville !Huturday.Mr '! .
,. 11'P should have cream or tomatoes if c97 Lang', Mixvlllo.! Mrs Wlntcm Par. and Mrs. Otis Crawford' andrluilden f Reduced To Sell J I II
>rtI simply a matter of taste. This isCopyright \.. rl"h" (mil, ,I four. children of Lnwtev [ have moved buck to iinr
. Mr Walter, Lnmj Is visiting rl'lotl'p ,('omm unity,
here nwhil"Hlihniil :Mr! and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and '
,J9 9, United Siaiet Krru-rrt Foundations
a .P# tflnn making' Lunnle children were visiting, Mr' and!
I .. --- PnilRetfM syiup t this week MI-N U }''J. Mumlorff of Starke f J
. fFJtp:2. ; Mrs Ite't' Is. Improving/ health recently I '
V very Punt nt the present time Mr The II 'r 11I nd Sunday Ri'hool t
,, Belt I N repairing clocks'\ and! electrk of Corinth Church presented! nChrlHtnuiK MUST GO!
irons program Thursday
> Santa Says- i night; IVI
J .
//vtfx for Christmas ;Mrs lnhn :SIcKlnnoy VE
. t \ ,, your forYourCOUGHC'r.omu"nn i REAL BARGAINS J

r r JK'/r. ) Mr and Mr. r.nl\rdllfrllnney. : relicvel promptly nec uieH
v AUTOMOBILE I of Sanford und Mrs. 1.. D. Graham gun' .* right' to the teal of ,ill* trouble
f : And Albeit of< Ho'ly Till) spent thn l<> help loosen and expel term laden an,1hrol E a ;} #
soothe 1
I phlegm and sid nature lo t
", "eakend with Mr and Mrs. John lender, inflamed! brnnthialmutou '
McKlnnevtr l raw'membrane.Tell your drupn.itin .cayA' .. ioooaewa.o.vwaw,+w+,..wu }}:

i ( SEE BILL DO WLING $ baby of and JnckHonvllle'Mrs James visited Ortagus Mrs and with..Mil the you undemanding s bottle of you Creomuluon must like, f1 Horn.vae.u.oroa..www Owned and Operated' 1 fcy e.

y ;I Kate Starling Sunday.Mr .the way ic quickly allayl the coughor I) 1 IJ'rc.CJ y
J. F. J A UPON: ,
n and Mrs. Clarence Melton vnu are In have your money
i )< \1 tl ,mrl' children of Onlnesvlllo were CREOMULSIONWCouviii '
.. ;:: :\ I dinner guests! of Mrs. P. O. Starling ,
,, Chest Colds.Bronchitie
> J'a. Snnd.ivMr .
.. From --- -- -- --- -
."J ," Over 50 to: Choose \ and Mrs. Foster Hi-ynolcli i
[ ,
,'>.... }} coil srm. Hlrhard. of Key West a-e
... ... .. I ""' here to spend Christmas holiday: i'l'
A All Makes & Models with his grandparents.., Mr. and i
<< .j g :l J'tfrlI.' 1 I.' T Abernathy. ri
Mr rllln OHt.i(>n and son An.t''
daughter and her brother, WillardMines. j
and Mrs. Llzzlo Hines, oil j
or High SPI Ings. were dinner'
guests. or> Mr and \Mrs. Ray nines j I r r ,,

II I I Here's A Few Bargains We Have Today f Sunday.Mrs.. .. Forest. Keynolrli. of Jacksnnvllle [ I l 'u'4f '
spent lint: week horn with j i
her mother, Mrs. F T Ab<:,mI\Ihy. !; 'f I II
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<< One '49 Chevrolet Tudor One '39 Chevrolet Tudor iJ .

r Chevrolet Tudor i I I I r y Iy
One 49 Chevrolet Four-Door One 38 19 .GIVES f r

One '49 Chevrolet Convertible Four '50 Ford Tudors }}

One '49 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery One '50 Ford Convertible po .
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One '49 Chevrolet YJ.Ton Pickup Three '50 Ford Pickups 'iVYyY 1

One '48 Chevrolet Tudor Three '49 Ford Tudors ,, ; i
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One '47 Chevrolet Tudor One '48 Ford 5.Passenger Coupe 4 '
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One '46 Chevrolet Fleetline Sedan One '46 Ford Tudor .A. "' 1 tf r I 1 .

One '46 Chevrolet 5-Paaaenger Coupe One '41 Ford Four-Door TAKE YOUR OWN

f One '46 Chevrolet Vz-Ton Pickup One '41 Ford Tudor PICTURESINDOORS I 1Hf eiri IJl slmo/'fHt/ n '

One '42 Chevrolet Tudor One 40 Ford Four-Door if .

One '41 Chevrolet Tudor One '40 Mercury Four.Door }gJ} CHRISTMAS MORNING\ I AkJ'lyNeJ'ly.Kit! neuil / ".

t c'' One '40 Chevrolet S-Puaenger Coupe One '40 Ford Pickup 9.. With One Of Our ; .
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s MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM l ('.\. tJ-HAS: ( FOR SAf.K; ,!I! J. II. Dul'rc

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g SEE THEM ON OUR LOT TODAY 19 3S run also take your pictures -' C. C. Parker ft. O. lanbu

3I for you appointments (;. Williams\\
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Festive Yuletide Miss Cox To Wed I New Drugs May Be Fine For "Common" Cold. It seems of hav. that,"' a Tm"Common different.Cold"Instead I I twp.W 1-2 7 S.of range the NE 21 E.1.4 of sec 20. ,

i Party Is EnjoyedBy Byron King EvansMr. But Why Do I Always Have Uncommon One? I /gotta /go get messed up with an: Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Joe J. Rlby oc
Bradford County to MorrU.
UNCOMMON one that no remedyold I
Tourist ClubOne I Sty Ruxwll Kay .dcrlbod weren't doing much good' or new seems to have any effect Jr., of Starke. Lot 10 of block t
he writes out another prescription. about ready to' of Sunny Acres Sub-division in the
of the most delightful nf- I'm writing: this so-called column II on. I'm Just
of the SB 1-4 of
1-4 the
He explained that my type of Infection and his pills out
throw the doctor
fairs of the holiday season was thp propped up In bed with the I
21, 6 S,
.was different and he'd have the window and turn to fresh 1of sec. twp. range 2J
Christmas party of the Stnrke sweetest head and chest cold that
to try something else. and sunshine and I E.
)face I Tourist Club last Friday evening Mama Nature ever wished on any. grapefruit juice Mrs.
Residence June Caldwell "You ," Mr. and Henry Hodges of
see he
explained "a rem well.
Lovolv Christmas decorations body Day and night I bark like a get
Editor Phone 29 I I Brooker to Ruby M. Allen of
edy that works
Farm 43 on
Ph. State one personwon.t
[ used the Woman's cross between a lonesome prai-
were throughout/ Brooker. Lots 3 and 4 of block L
_ __ work on another. So 1
4 {Club Building. CedAr, bells and the. rie dog and a love struck seal. from Deeds RecordedDeeds In Ward City, sec. 8 twp. 7 S.
changed white plus to yellow I
At the first sign of the cold I
/gaily lighted Christmas tree carried 20 E.
Have ones and then switched to In the liange
Intermediates recorded
Woods DepartmentOf out the theme. obediently did as the man on the green. recently II
j Christmas Party The me..llnWitS presided over radio told me to da I Insisted on This has been going on now for a court house were: I ADDRESSESOF
Hercules Has bv Jack Abel, Vlre President Inhlston. The bug or virus or couple of weeks and I've taken so !Mrs,. Della S. Manning of Brad
Grab-Bag PartyThe I At Baptist ChurchThe When the colors were presented whatever I've'! got weren't In the' many different kinds of pills andsoothing' ford County to Cecil Manning and INTEREST
least Impressed syrup to say nothing of Delia Fay Howard of Starke. Truckof
the netf Starke Tourist Club .
annual Grab-Bag Party of Intermediate group of the was carried by Ernest Roult flag for Getting nowhere with the new i shots In the arm that I feel like a land in the SW quarter of the Woodfin Q. }unite. Jr., 6610
Baptist Sunday School met in the cross between a drug store and a 21, 6 S. S\V 41st St., Miami. Fin.
the Woods Department of Hercules the first. time. A short presentation wonder drug I finally called' a doc SVV quarter of sec. twp.
assembly room Monday night for hospital laboratory.It Miss Madeline Crosby Box 822,
held last Sat. 22 E.
Powder Co. was speech was made by W. H. tor. He jammed a thermometer In range/
urday evening at Keystone Inn. the annual Christmas party. Fifty- Nollman. Tho flag was graciously my Tare, said keep your mouth wouldn't be so bad If I didn'thave Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hart-)|rdnburg., New Mexico.

Supper wa served at 7:30: o' six pupils, eight teachers eight accepted by Mr Abel an behalf shut, then he got out his earphonesand to keep listening to the radio man of Bradford County to Mr. Lloyd O. Edwards. Rt. 10 Box
clock after which the traditional visitors, and Superintendent and of the club. He promised that it listened to the static. He took announcers yap about all these 'and Mrs. H. B. Peyton of Starke.I'28 I. Jacksonville, Fla.

exchange of gifts took place. Mrs. Noble Maxwell were presenton would be used! In all future club out the thermometer looked at Itr wbnderful nv cold cures. and find 'The NE: quarter of sec 26, Mrs. Emmalyno Mathews Gen.
this occasion. ceremonies. shook It then shock his head. the newspaper filled with king 6 S, range 22 E. tYP'j Del., Ocala, Fla.
Starke couples enjoying: event The room was beautifully decorated Christmas. enrols Then he reached In his bagand sized advertisements titling Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of Lacy B. Silcox from Starke to
C. H. were sung bv and Mrs. G. L. Cox of Or.
Mr. and Mrs. .
were and Mrs. E. C. Mann, with a lighted Christmas the group and Miss Lucille !Mitchell lando, announce the engagement takes out a slab of kindling:, says"Open same .utory. Even my ...... Butler to Dewey Mjrhee of Graham Box 3183 Odessa. Texas.John .
Quick. Mr. tree, bells and other Yuletide decorations a Christmas your mouth," and rams the Digest carried a feature th.// SB 1-" of the SE 1-4 In the I B. Dye from Starke to
lovely reading
T. Powell. and of their
W. approaching marriage
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. carols I I about how 1-4. of the SW 629 SE 26th Ave,, Ft. Laiider-
and Mrs. Albert Lee and Mr. Familiar were sung Mary Agnes Matthews. daughter -{daughter Bernice Elizabeth to darn thing/ down my throat and science had at NE: cor of the SE
Mr. by the group, and Mrs. Maxwell of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews nearly choke me to death. licked the common cold. I 1-I of tec. 17, and the E 1-2 of the dale, Fla.
and Mrs. W. W. Calnes. ,1 Byron King Evans son of Mr. and I,
Among the out of town guests presented Wm. Parker who played t sang three Christmas songs Mrs. J. N. Evans, of Orlando and With a volre as cracked as the
several numbers on his musical Mrs. W. H. Nollman Liberty Bell I Baku. "What's the .
the ,
were B. E. Gooch Woods Superintendent gave I Bradshaw W Va. The weddingwill -- -
.saw The Girls Quartette sang a score, Doc?" Ignoring 1 /
rending, "The First Christmas". be my question rn
and Mrs.! Gooch of an event of Sunday, December -
'" White Christmas after which San and together he pushes me down In the
they skit, .
, Brunswick Ga. gave a 25 at 4 o'clock p m. In the
ta Claus, accompanied by his wife "The Night Before Christmas"At First Baptist Church of Plnecastle. bed and says "Stay there and keep I

appeared and played several selections the close of the skit Santa I The Rev. V. N. Maggard will perform covered up. I'll have some medl-j Plump, Tender
Eastern Star Has on his accordion. bounced Into the room singing I I the ceremony. cine sent over and be back

Christmas Party Gifts were exchanged and were Jingle; Bells" and distributed Miss Cox was graduated from you tomorrow."
distributed by Santa Claus. gifts. I try to start an argument explaining

The:: local chapter of the Eastern Refreshments were served froma Mrs. Pearce and her committee Ga.Milton. and High School attended at Alpharetta secretarial] that I gotta get to work L Quick Frozen, Dressed & Drawn

Stir: held Its regular business and long table covered with a brightred served fruit cake coffee, candy but it only brings on another I / 1
school i
in Orlando. She Is II k
at i !
pre u.
meeting Monday eve- cloth. and nuts. The refreshment table coughing spoil and before I ran 1 tl
program sent employed by T. G. Lee Darieu. I
nlng. Guests. of the Intermediates on was covered with a lace cloth with She is the ret my breath the doc has gone. 'I
used lighted red tapers granddaughter of Mr. In the meantime Mama has hid TURKEYSHENS
Christmas decorations were this occasion Included Rev. and on each end. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and Mr. and
throughout highlighted by the Mrs. I*. D. Haines, Wm. Parker, The next meeting of the club Mrs. J. M. Bradley of the State my clothes and /gives me a dirty
Christmas tree. Mrs. Noble Maxwell, Mrs. Wayne will be on Thursday. evening/ Dec Farm. look that says "Stay put. or else!"

During the business meetingfour Edward, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ember 29 A bingo party will be Mr. Evans attended school in I lay there meekly for few minutes TOMS
voted Into enjoyed and all guests then asked timidly if I can
new members were Mann and Santa and his wife. are requested Va.
the club by affiliation. to bring a bingo prize. Bradshaw W. followed by sly see the morning paper. She bringsit .
I Mr. Maxwell .was assisted in and
At the close of the meeting one half years in the Navy. but tefore I'm allowed to look 1VORTIIMORE 10 to 13 lb. A\erage. 15 Pounds & up
Sponsoring this party by Mrs. Pick- He Is
now owner and operator ofKing's
Christmas present were distributed '' ren, Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs. Music Students at It I got to get all wrapped up
Service Station of Orlando. lb.
and refreshments were served. Tomllnson Mrs. C. Lawson, Mrs. Have In a sweater and propped on a CHOCOLATE CREAM lb. 69c 57c
Recital PartyMrs. stack of pillows.Of !
I Daniel, Robert Barksdale, Edd
B&PW Club Members course I fussed and fumed
Lawsorf, Paul Raymond, Lucky e 27c
E. M. Davis entertained at and Insisted that I wasn't really
Howe, and L. Funderburk. her home on Saturday December Enjoy Bingo PartyThe sickI just had a cockeyed cold 1

1//.0 with a recital-party honoringher Starke and why all the fu.i.i. But griping WARWICK '
Business & Professional

FLASH CAMERAS for retn Xmo -
music pupils. gets me nowhere. Iop..ns my paper -
Gift* Mhop.Hay. Hollywood Camera & The home was decorated benefit Worron's bingo party Club last sponsored Friday a and the first thing that catchesmy THIN MINTS, lb. box 35c

throughout with Christmas dec. li a full ad
eye page announcing
evening In St. Edward's recreation -
,orations. that the -
common cold has '
I hall. The affair was a hue: ASSORTED WARWICKCHOCOLATES a
( During the afternoon each child been conquered. The wonder remedy y
success, both socially and financially.
i GIVE HIM A played a .solo. Outdoor games were I had a different name from the lb. 59c
enjoyed for .several hours. one I'd tried and I asked her to ,
PRACTICALGIFT The social chairman, Sara Mc-
Later In the afternoon call the
Mrs. DnvN Call with drug store and have 'em
her committee members
was assisted In .serving Ice Melba send over a bushel or two of the UORTIIMORE' 10 OZ.
Partin Madge Whiting, and
J cream and cookies by Mary Rivers new pill*. II
Del Colley, made all arrangementsand .
Stubblns. :I "Nonsense" she says, "You'll Xmas Mix Candy 19c
CLOTHING 1 Those" enjoying this affair were club game members.prizes were donated by I I take what the doctor prescribes (JUICK FROZEN Dressed & Drawn

Elizabeth Allen, Georgia Anna '(and like it" Then the door bell 'l""le I A
I The club's Christmas party was WOKTIIMORE: 1 LB.
Bunch. Jimmy Cole, Kathleen Con- held Monday evening In the home ,,'rings and a messenger from the DUCKS S-S lh. 63 C
e WRY, Frances Douglas, Diane and of Loyree Hiirtmann. The beautifully ';drug I stole arrives with a pre- Choc. Mint Wafers 45c At'LU.I .
CROSBY SQUARE I Paula Olllcn Vida Jean Gentry, decorated tree was the cen-i scription.I "Where are your trous-
Sharon Green, Archie Green. Lex ers?" she says "I gotta have
SHOES 9.95 ter of attraction, from which gifts Fresh Dressed & Drawn ROASTINGCHICKENS
IJr.[ Lu..llp, and Bill Green, Robert $15." Remembering that she had I

y .. ir J I and\ Kathyrn Kelly Glenn McCord were their guests distributed after to a brief members business. and, hid my clothes she disappears andI English Walnuts Ib .49c

BOTANYShirts I Barbara Jean Norman Cunga session I j'I hear mumbling at the door.Believe .
Patel and Mary Rivers Stubblns. It or not those pills cost

j Slacks, I i, were Sara winners McCall In and contests Doxta which Dyal a. buck a piece, It was an outragebut /, 1 Ib. bag --- 35c KKADYTOEATFRUITED
there was nothing I could do
Ties Baptist WMU Met were conducted by Delia Rosen
I about It. Not only did the foul capsules
At Church TuesdayThe berg. Madee Whiting' entertainedat cost a fortune, they had no

STETSON & ETICIISON Christmas the piano Carols.and the group sung flavor and were hard to swallow.I Brazil Nuts lb. 35c p -

HATS Church WMU held Its of program the First and Baptist business Thelma Dinklns. Mildred Doyle hoped Turning for on a my mystery bedside thriller radio to I bag -HAM Ib. 73c

meeting In the church ,Tuesday and Ann Hayes will ho hostesses I;take my mind off my troubles but
for the next business

Curlee Suits one afternoon visitor with present.33 Followingthe membersand January 10.Refreshments. meeting on'':Instead hend off some about guy a new was remedy yelling that his Orange Juice, 46 oz. 23c Fresh PORK HAMS Ib. 53c

opening hymn Mrs. L. A. Can- of fruit cake and i I would cure a cold so quick you'd ,
and Top Coats punch were served by the ho..tesse
ova, chairman | '
read know'
program the never had
Dot Gray. Janie Avery and you Almonds (in shell) lb. 45c
devotional.The I ,
I After I'd taken most of the pills Sz.
Loyree Hartmann assisted by Pat Family Canned Hams 6.50Nuts
ARROW program topic was "Plan Lambe and Delia and lapped up about nine dollars Mixed
ning for Peace" and those taking I Rosenberg worth of rough syrup I still didn't

Sport Shirts part were Mrs. A, M. Richard show any Improvement. The doc (in shell) [lb. 43c
Sullivan 3.95 & 4.95 Mrs C. O. Priest Mrs. Roy Ward WCTU Notice ,came by every day and gave mea Roll PORK SAUSAGE\ lb. 27c
Mrs H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. F routine checkup and simply said ,
I F. Flume. The program was closed WCTU members will meet Frllnv. to stay In bed and keep coveredup. Ocean Spray IS O.r. Can
with prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas < Dec. 30 At 3 p.m. at the homeof Standard
Mrs. W N. Johnson The Christmas Cranberry Sauce 2 for 29c pint
DRY GOODS I The president Mrs. S. E. Sparks Seeln' that the pill he'd pre- ,
.55 upALVAREZ' presided over the business meetIng I theme will be carried out In'
the ------------------------
during which Mrs, H. A. Lawson program.
147 West Call Street ; ,
reported on young people's Jane Parker BACON lb. 45c
Starke, Fla.PHONE wok and various other reports Mrs. Harold gills\ and j VERY INN ,

73 were received. Four baskets were Hal and Ann left I'hllol.en'I'
I prepared for the needy. Ing for Mississippi to WILL BE OPEN FRUITCAKE {. ) I;:; "' '!". '..
Est.: 1891ff & with Mrs. Mills' I I'I .
The meeting closed with holidays parents j .
prayer .
I ;, /
Mr. and Mrs. Hill. ." ;;
: by Rev. L. D. Haines j ,..... -'-
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6" '- ----- -- 'I NOTICE! XMAS DAY .- '-- ...v _.._ :::1--
I Reception Follows Special Chef at I'I.'C''I'I.ITII:/ 3 Ib. 2.45 lb.

THEATRE Glee Club ConcertA Iner through through Holldajs.:S"V.r.. Turkey'* SI.SO Uln- From 12 to 3:00 I II Cake Cake 3. 85 Fresh CRANBERRIES lb. 19c

5TARKE program of Christmas music up. open dally from t II:3O: ti.ni., Make Reservations! I Now I

was the School i Including' ClirlHtnuM l.iy. \\f In- Red Delicious
I presented by Hlph :i j'Ulto Phone 16 I i APPLES 2 lb. 23c
for .
Saturday' December 2'londay.: Tuesday Dec. 26, 27 dec Club before an appreciative'' your special parties ,
audience Thursday night of last ------------------------
DOITItl.K: FEATURE: .: week I t I I .. .
----'- W Cauliflower Si's
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I : toeuj saw*. 1 M-G-M's MfWTECHNICOLOR eo....., The traditional Christmas carols| .
a* ADVENTURE! comprised the greater part of the r Celery, 2 for 29c
T*"'-jm :"VPS1:!?, I
program with solo numbers being i head d

[ ir! GOLDM CHALLENGE sung by Patsy Benton MArv HOLIDAY Ii Homestyle BREAD 18c per

I.oulse Durshlmer, and Margie I e 25c Oranges, 8 Ib- 33c
I I TO LASSIE Wall. The program was ender the
t. ,
[r. tin i> >rtAND < en.s' I I direction of Mrs. Winter Glcldtngs. Sugared Donuts, doz. 19c
tiMes( music director of BHS. SPECIALSMACHINE I Uhite

-. L .- -- EDMUND GWENH.( Following the program a recep- .,,7: I Jane I'arker Tomatoes t
., CRISP tion was held for members of the tit. I' Potatoes, 10 lb. 29c

; %| i DONALD .: Glee Club and all those attendingthe / \t Mince Pies, each 59c 21b 29c
1 jjfi] & i t \ ] concert In the home economics 1\ ''''\ .
I j. r '. LASSIE room. Hostesses were mothers of .. Idaho
1: ;: Lao the Glee Club JANE PARKER'S
members who
served ;
v. \ \ refreshments of Russian tea and J. :',:;' { York Apples Potatoes, 5 lb. 33c

e- .. BLUE DANUBE cookies. MACIIINEI... SS. w '. .' APPLE PIES 59c

... \1.|... Praiikle ('arle A Orchestra, ea. Iceberg 4M'Lettuce"

,1 fEt I) IDl I f'l Added Tuexlny, IKwembor 27 ((I'It I Birthday Party I I'I 3 Ib. 29c head 17c

1 XTKST. : NEWS i' For Mrs. Olson COLD WAVE $5 11 Marshmallows, 10 oz. 18cDog's -

Wedne December 28 'I Following
A REPUBLIC PICTURE ay. prayer meeting at the SaltineCrax.Keeblerlb.tin39cMott's
e.. DOUBLE. : FEATURE Methodist Church last Wednesday Charge Candy 9c
evening. Mrs. W. I Blair Mlm! I CO.Mri.ETK
CliCp. 10 ""lIel Hill HUkok" *: II
Amy Coburn and Mrs. J. R. Hillhonored Cluster Raisins lb. 37c
".\. .. Ick A Slick and A liar," Apple Cider
Mrs Titus Olson l 27cHurry's
t tS.faraday. -
I : Monday. Tuesday and Wedneid.iy ,
December 25 1 small party on her blrthdnv. In I' ALSO on .
piA.Y the Methodist Educational Build I of each week I \&I'I I

WL11-t: xl SCOTT ingTho SHAMPOO, $ Mince Meat, 9 oz. pkg. 15c

TheJlOtJP.'. Shy ITN ,:' Ince cloth table and was centered covered with with the a SET, andCreme 1 i \\art irk 4 oz. Assorted t Cookies 3 f for 25c

I birthday cake holding candles'During
G. I'r. AND I the course of the eY.I ..- Choc. Covered Cherries

'It Seabees :'fining I "Happy Birthday" was sung I Coca-Cola Case of 24 89c
= Ullh ItrnnlM O'Keefe to Mrs. Olson and to Mrs. F. H. Lorraine Champion and Mural Gardner -
j 1 lb. box 49c
t anes Long whose birthday Is also December Operators (PMJP! SALKSTAX & DEPOSIT)

e J\ Thurs.. Fri.. Dec. 29, :30$ 14.
I DOUBLE FEATURE The hostesses served birthday I U ,
( iA'C I t' : cake salted nuts and coffee to the PHONE 18 I Ii
)JJ \ Younger Brothers guesta. i

.... Chiit MorrK Jnnl Paige Enjoying this affair were a few
"W ., '! -W.oi.. : ;swi'" AND ]lor Mrs. OlMon's many frlentlj:: here. Lady Fair Beauty Salon

I R ;tiBAN' MAYO' BRACKEN Angel on the Amazon l I| 4MIss Dorothy" ';Gray will spend I e4

1 .... N_. & Snapshot (.....>rge Bwitr RabitooR. I I I Christmas with her mother in J I Call Street at Railroad

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;'0, ." Guests of Mr and Mrs. L. O. Ha. Miss Louise Stern arrived Tuesday Heilbronn Will Draft Board Office Miss Ruby Silcox of Jacksonville, I Lewis Halnea arrived Friday

zen during the holidays will be< by plane from the St. LouIs! I Mr. and Mm. George Silcox of Pt from Wake "Forest N C. to spend
Observe HomecomingOn To Observe HolidaysThe Jackson S. C. and Mr. and Mrs
''Ie Mr. and Mrs A. P. Ashurst of Institute of Music to spend the the holidays with his parents, Rev
Mr James B. Rosier and sons of Pa-
holidays with her parents, Year's
Cocoa. New Day local Selective Service' Board and Mrs. L D. Halnes.
8.I latka will be Christmas of
8.K Jacksonville and !Mra. W. H. Stern. guests
'I Miss\ Janet Anderson last weekend of with!- Guests of Mrs. Bertha Pearce office, located In the city hull, their father, J L. Silcox and Miss Dr and Mrs, R. P. RUibblrm and

V c-c70N:: THE her parents spent Mr. and Mrs. J. L during Christmas will be Mr. 111'1<' ,will be cloned Monday, Dec. 18:! and Fannie Sllcox. d'MijrMcr i Mary Rivers, spent last
: 1VEW5
!;: Anderson.Mr. ( Mrs. W. O. Godwin of Gainesville P I Monday Jim. 2, In observance. of Mr. and Mrs George Supp will weekend In Tallahassee visiting'
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Enaor, and Mrs. a .x be the holiday guests of relativesIn Mr and Mrs Charles Pulley and
Christmas and New Year's Day
and Mrs R. R. Turnlpsef'dand To'
, Mary Lane and daughter, Mary Oca la. Mrs, R P. Stubblns Sr
rr Faxolof Florida Southern sons of Fort dairies Ga. will In making the announcement.MIM. .
and Mrs
rl Buddy Gene Long returned Beth of Jacksonville.
arrived last w..k.end .I spend Christmas here ,with Dr Rhoda Dampier clerk, added
'I.ll College home Saturday night after Mr. and Mrs. W F CooTev of
to spend the holidays with his upending several days in Baltimore. and Mrs H. H. Adams Klngsley Lake celebrated their s. 4 ., that the offico would be open' onTuesday. Men'* Clothing
mother. Mrs. W. D. Faxon. Miss Sue Biggs spent several) 25th wedding anniversary Tuesday Dec ::17.In.1 Tuesday, |1\111\ | ALVAREZ' STORE Established! 1H1M&

O. W. Hazen of Brooker spent Md.Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin of days this week In Jacksonville vis with a party of friends at the e'i "1 Jan. 3.

la t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A Gainesville spent last weekend itlng Mr and Mrs.! Gene Griffin Sandbar In Fernandina L .
1IEK( B A \ .tUTIU"nU: :
E. McKinney. here with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. and Mrs. Susie C.iiffln. Guests of !Mr. and Mrs A. E.':

Miss Alma Thomas arrived Wednesday H. B. Sullivan and daughter Pa- Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Davis Mr McKlnnev: on Christmas will be Merry Christmas unto you- r

I) from Bob Jones College" trician Ann spent Sunday in and Mrs J, H. Mixon Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of Jacksonv111e. (Boy the woitt I gotta do!) __ g

South Hnrolina! to spend the holidays Branford with Mr. Sullivan's Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Mrs. A W Yuletide cheer and happiness TURKEY q'.

-, with her parents, Mr. and mother Mrs. P.. S. Sullivan. Anderson, Sr., Mr and Mrs. A. W Miss Ona. Drmorost of Gainevlllo *- (Hope I Rotchu' right ,,address). | .
Mrs B. T. Thomas Mr and Mrs. J. B. Mills and Anderson, Jr., !Mir and Mrs. J. L,. I arrived Friday to spend the ; These days make the heart I f"" nhSHOOT ,

'C.: Mrs. J. C. Wynn and son, Keith, daughter Dorothy, and Mr. and Anderson Janet, Lyle and Mike 'holldnvs with Mr. and Mrs. R. F I nglow-- \

returned Sunday after a two Mrs. Frank Hawls all of Green Anderson will attend the Anderson -,Demorest. (How them stamps rim into fl : p ."
wwks visit In Sarasota :with !Mrs. Cove last Family Christmas party in'' Miss Betty Anne Flvnn of Jncksonvllle .f! dough!) '
Springs\ were guests :
aunt, Mrs. John Wltaett. I Archer I Is spending the Christmas 4' P
Wynn's Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sunday. 'yr ,' May stars light!: your Christmas FRI. SAT. .. .-. Dec. 23, 24 : :'
1 Mrs. Lena Rowe of Ormond Sullivan. Miss Alice June Hording will : holidays with her parents, Mr, and ; tree .J, ,

Beach In spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L,. F. Channell! and :arrive Saturday night from Atlanta '. I Mrs. George Flynn. $) (Writers' cramp Is Idllln'' me). 2:00 P. M. ;t',' ,\; .
. her daughter: Mrs Hans'nlk..r.. Qa. to spend Christmas herewith I I Mrs. Carrie Ritch and T. .1. Griffin Hearken to the Yuletide long! : ';:("' p0
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hern son, Michael of Jacksonville will her parents Mr and Mrs. T spent Tuesday shopping and Rev. O. K': Cutshaw. pnator of (How do these lists. B'' ''
get HO
Ingway/ and family of Klizabeth- be guests Christmas Day of Mrs. B. Harding.: vial tin I?' relatives In JacksonvilleG. the 'Ilellbtonn! Baptist Church, an- long) : East: Cull Street (New IllamlingHighway ..'j f1
..... .
Chnnnell's brother-in-law and sister .
town N. C. will arrive Monil.ivfor Bob Long of Columbut., Ga. was W. HIIpn of Brooker was the "r.nx the foiiowlnr program for ScftMon's greetings: loud and << ) Beyond Bridge *" M"
I a visit of several duys with Mr and Mrs. Ralph B(>gue of the guest of his brother and sis I guest of Mr and Mrs. L O. ,lIazt'n the annual Homecoming; which clea 1'- -

Kev. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway. Temple Tourist Court. tre-ln-law Mr and\ Mrs. Gene last weekend. will be held Sunday, Jan. 1: '' (Say who Minted this, idea) p, Rifle ShootingE1'iItl'BOiY Only We Furnish! Rifles!I ,
"hoot end K:,
The A. E. Walls and W I.Vall Itrrm'mht'r--Tllrk..y Long Monday night Mrs Bryant S. Caroll of Jacksonville Fitmliv School!'! 10 am.
Call St. :2S-2I. May you get your Yuletide .: ; WELCOME' : LADIES))! INVITED f
2 Kcc.
will be spending Christmas Day bridge p.m. 'I Guests of Mr. And Mrs. R J. spent last Friday here visiting Speaker for the 11 o'clock hour hopes- ,
Mr., and Mrs J. R. Wainwrlght! Mrs, F" M. will be Dr John McGuire, secretary "
In St. Augustine with MaJ, and Davis during the holidays will be Long (Whore's the extra rnveliipra. ) Sponsored l hy St. Edwanl's Recreation Club -
Mrs. H. C. Wall and family will have as holiday guests their Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr., of Mrs. H. W Mills Is visiting her of the convention.A All Rood: wishes warm and true- \)

Mrs.\ Sara Cliff of Green Cove I I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Lumpkin, Ga., Mr and Mrs. H. G. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mid Hill In'' banket dinner will he solvedat I (Unless' I get. no card from JJ .
Springs will spend! the Chrlntmns | Mrs. D. T. Clark' of Miami. Davis, Jr., of Gainesville. Winona. Miss. during the holidays. : the noon hour and during{; the you )

holidays with Mr. and Mrs. H. K. ,i Friends of Mrs. O. O. Webb will Harry Quick arrives today from Mrs. J. R. Kite left Tuesday' for ,, afternoon, there will he a special _!2J'J'tI..s'- .'.

Tucker The Tuckers are alto exporting -, regret to learn that she Is still confined Washington! D. C for a two Cairo Ga where she will visit. song .service by the Bradford

their uncle and aunt, Mr I to Riverside Hospital where I week's visit with his parents, Mr Her brother-in-law and sister Mr. I land County Ringing/ Convention."We "t .
and Mrs. P. 9 Hutto of Snvnnnuh, ,she recently underwent a serious and Mrs. Charles Quick. On I !Mrs E.': F. Dollar. On her return wish to express. our SANTA SAYS last Chance to Shop for Toys -
'eve operation.Mr. she will visit and Mrs. ..h.lion to moth and every "
Ga. during\ the holidays. Christmas Day the Quicks will be Judge lI'agaas{ Iticuclcs Doll) Carriage Tricycles etc.
Everette McKlnney of Tallahassee and Mra. H B.. Sullivan and guests of their son-in-law and Genn Terrell Tallahassee your worthy contributions ) -

was the guest of his parents children and Mrs. Sullivan's mother daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray of have made It possible! for nor I

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKlnney last I\Trp. Ida George will spend the Jones, In Waycross, Ga. Gainesville will arrive Friday to church to he rtedtoatrd on this 1

;weekend He will arrive Friday to holidays visiting Earl George and''I Wm. Scoggins of Starke chief spend the holidays with Mr. and day" Rev futshsw IInl
spend Christmas here.. I family In Orlando and other friend quartermaster USN, will celebrate Mrs L O. Hasen. I SEE Our BARGAINS-USE Our Budget Plan

Miss Mary BrownlfH of Kaltlm and relatives In Lakeland and Bar- Christmas this year with IOC Miss Mary Rivers Stubblns will Alhp-t l
spend Christmas with her parents and Mrs. T. F. Landrnm and been invited to attend, a Christmas spending!\ week with Mr. and ,I Kmsi: of Miami from Saturday I I

Mr. and Mrs H. L Brownlec. I daughters will spend Christmas party at Naval HeadquartersIn Mrs. Charles Pulley and !Mrs Pt'' until Miipdnv

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Thomsonand d.iy with the J. A. Limdrums in London England P. Stnbhlns. Sr., In Tallahassee. I Irpn'.ntt..r--T..krv shunt rod K'1 Coffee TABLES Cedar CHESTS

children of Monticello will be Drooksvlllp.Miss Miss Doris Moncrlcf arrived Fri Mr and Mrs. H. V. Knight anil Cnll St. bridge :2 p.m. 1',1'. 'I
holiday quests of Mrs. Thomson'B Gloria ndikks", of Jacksonville day to spend th. holidays. with heiparents family spent Sunday visiting I Friends' will he sorry: to 231'1'

parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stumn was the guest! of Miss Mr and Mrs J, H. Moncrlof. friends In Jicksonville. I that M>-s. rjeo'pe Miller, hay h"I'M

Mrs B. T. Thomas and daughters I Doris Moncrlef last weekend. Among the voting men from the confined to Shndycrcst Tlo'ipitnl I,I

Eloisp': and Clara were visiting I Mrs L. D. Vining left last weekend Mr and !Mrs J. R Chasteen Jr.,, University of Florida who for the past. week. YJpla y.4 I
Mrs. Thomas' for Atlanta. (CJa." where she of Atlanta will arrive, spending the with their I
parents,, Mr. I Friday to i holidays C'thl'I.'sfonn'v! has arrived I from I
and Mrs. F. P. Hines in Bnmford(will visit! her parents Mr. and Mrs. !spend Christmas with Mr. and parent nrc Charles Knight Bar- Clemson College to spenil, the hoiMnvs '

several days this week. W I* Joiner. Mr Vinlng will join Mrs. H. L. Brownk'e! flay MrRne, Jr.? Lowell Douglns.. \ nt his home hi-re :

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon her this weekend for Christmas Bill Miles spent several days. Steve Wpldon, Jr., Darby Peek nnd l Dr and Mrs C K haves will
arrived Tuesday from Orlando to Mr. and Mrs. George Jones of lust week as the guest: of Jim Lyle Anderson. They will return'to spend Christmas with rilatlves In''

spend the holidays with Mrs Mc- Oninesvllle arrived this week to Brown- Godwin of Belle Glade. srhool on January 3. ,Mtt'e Uock, Ark.

I.enclon'H. parents, Mr and Mrs KR ': spend the holidays with Mr. and I Donald Ray Tllley of Jacksonville Miss Virginia: Sewell of Pompnno Mr and Mrs. Nnte Ilvnl and,

Mxtthews.' Miss J'annptte Mc- Mrs. C. O Priest spent lint weekend here as Beach arrived Saturday to Vrs T L Casey visited Shaild'sSnrvlnv ''.
Lenclnn arrived! last Satiirdny Mr And Mrs. W 3. Dodd and the guest of his mother. Mrs. Peggy upend) the holldnvs with her parents : Island l and rcturnod' with I "'1I111I1tllIbolnny: Natural Finish

fnmily left Mondny for Mississippi Tilley. Mr. And Mrs. \V. B Sewell quantities) (oysters -
NOTICEywelal : where they will spend the holidays I Mr and !Mrs fl J, McGriff, Jr., I Mr. and ll\lrs. Herbert Hitch It'rt'' Mr. and Mrs. T 1 K McClnne. Si-

l C'hcf at PKI.KMN: CI.I'S visiting relatives. of Gainesville will arrive Friday'to Friday for Gnincsvllle. where they I arrived Monday from I.uk.Iv\ $9.95 and up $36.00 and up \
t 11-rmigh, lIoU spend Christmas with Mr. and will spend Christmas with relutivps i rind are hull,"." roasts. of Mr and
liern, through :New Year'n $1.50 /guest'' of Dr. and Mrs. T. O. Hitch Mrs. G J. .
MeGriff Sr. Mrs. T. 1 K McClnne! Jr
"I|). Open dally from 11:30 a.m., of Jacksonville Sunday night. 1, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Nicholson
Charley Jim Sewell nt Milwaukee Vis : Miss Isabel ,"Fetnnnd" arrived
Including ('brl..lo>o.* Uuy. \\r In- Mr and Mra. U J. Davis were
former residents of Starke arrived Saturday to spend Chrltmos Tuesday: from Rlmlrn, N. Y to
\lt.. special. piirtlpn for IlnlIdays. ,guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis ; o S/TIN
your | arrived last "
week from Akron. O- with his parents Mr. and J ,, f-pen'l ( f"hrlstm with her mother, NICE COMFORTS :
of Gainesville SundayS hlo for a' visit with Mrs. Nichol Mrs. W B Sewell I Mrs R 8 Fernandez COOMFORTS

'I'son's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C I Miss. Linda Sun Italic of Mlnml 72 78 Reg 9,95 Value :
: ,
t-Q x '
Koon of Waldo. lI
They were accompanied will !h< the guest! of hpr grnndpnr- 695 Regular 21.50 Value.
b WE BOXES ANDSHIP ) I from Akron by Mr and f'ntll.lIfl' And Mrs. G. W. Huile.' on :25! percent Wool Filled t
; P I I 1FT I Mrs. David T. Hariicon and sons, CJ>rl tmnl<. I 73:>> I'l'rl.t'nl :New: Cotton 1.'Hled 15.95 ,

BASKETS Buddy and Danny, who are vacationing R'mrmh'r--Tukpy shoot end K.: Jll'uutIrul Assorted Colors AIl,1'ool filled ,:

TREE.RIPENED FRUIT'ANYWHERE on the lakes In this area. Call l St. bridge :9 n.m. IN*. 21-2I.: I
i Pvt Daniel R.
Tyler arrived last
('week from Fott Bragg, N. C. to Miss GAyle Sewe'J' of Orlando liUY) YOU: CIIIUST.UASF1'S FKOM DENMARK'S !
S S : arrived Thursdnv. to spend, Chl'l"t WP wish O'J: O I
> spend the holidays with his. mother I'Inns with her family the W BSewcll ,.

<< Naval Oranges Tangerines I Mrs. W. A. Tyler of Lnwley.II I Guess.*. nt Mrs Carrie Rit<'h nnd I I Denmark Furniture Co. I'I'I

Chinese i Oranges Pink GrapefruitOrder 1M,.. nod Mrs. T. J. Griffin on JOYFULCHRISTMAS .

<< =_ S ,Chrtstmn dnv will he Mrs. Rltrh'", I PHONE( 151 STARKE FLA. 1

I<< _Now_:To Insure. :Xmas Delivery! .! S}}> ;son Mrs. anal T J (,i dniiPhtpr-ln-lnw Hitch of Jnpknonvll'-Dr. end' I

I Mr end Mr*. C.V Oolcon will Ir 4 4c

%<< Martin Produce CO. ;} h...e RH tliplr their! guest son-in-law. during and trhnllrlnvs >" > I zs. av ni a ly'wct+ i 'a a l v srac a M1iUJL

ff orth. Temple Ae. Starke, Ha. f* Aal ii,"Mr' Mr. And Mrs. B C.i a meaaonoterfotiing

/ B.nntli-v nt Anpntn. Indiana. I 'with << ,
II Mr and Mr.*. John Sihoenpmnnn 't: 71 GIFTS Purchased At OUR Store .

of MA.h"ol1.11<., are snpndln happiness u..1
the "Christina holidays.. with Mrs.. C .,: !:... Will Christmas GIFT WU..tP/'RIJ{ Al 'I "

Branch of 1Il R., q l contcnlmcnt.Compliments. 1 1w'r
Every I 1 Fernendr2. : Your Rt""lt'sl FIlb'Jo I
rI. Mr. and Mrs.. A. S. Blelllng nnrf g c ,

INSURANCEH. t family of Luke, Butler spent, Inst

Il Tuesday visiting Mrs J. J(. Doug- of the ?eusoo iK :
ll Ins I

ii iiIIus. lII' II Oiipsts of Mr. and Mrs :T."B... |o rvrrjoue.') g Shoppers' Special At Our Fountain
..,le,,, Cottrell during the holldnv, wilt :

}I. C. WALL\ AGENCY children b.. Mr. and Barbara J Mrs. W Dorms H. neck .and and ) 0 -_-_- Hot Roast Pork a

PLEASE PHONE 146* and Blllv, of Charleston S. C I I Old Spice Sets Sandwich SOc iJIF'

Mrs. H. C. Brown anent Tuesday NASWORTHYGeneral $1.00 to $9,00 :R Servers with Gravy; .
Constant Service Over 50 YearnCLASSIFIED- re's I 1 In Jacksonville shopping and vi'';- I n hlllpl'd Polnlnes. 11

1 (tins relative SuppliesStarke () and II lIot cup IIr Hlllrkt."M I I'int.t ('utrl'e !
Mrs. G. J. M>nrlff; and Pat Me Yardley Sets ,
Kla.Nun. .
__ .n Tiff agent Monday In Jacksonvilleahopping. x
I P $3,75 to QI
\) b'FASOJti"5 Il1.ST by C(1T }"
Miss Polly Mann of Valdosta I ,if
= .-= = _- -=-= = --0"::. Pure lIadf.'t'r
-- Cn., I i..* spending the Chrrstms hol-| = K : I'J'ugmnce I Il lal' G.OO( 9
I Idllvl! ,pith her brother and slter-' Shaving Brushes
Xi Ml IlJo:1\IT--du.( In I unfurnlxhcil, Pal! SAIK-: lure l will small hoiliw ''"-law, Mr and Mrs. E. C. Mann 'I I Imerawie I Set .I.DO( .
t rooma. bath r screenedI'at.d. 1 on hlwuy Irt Inslda l 11ty/ I tI $4,00 to $15.00 Q
|,_.,ri h'J_. T (_l"iJ.lflY. _If limit Pair Infomall..n' wei' J. I I.. Jr. I PA.STARKE KI Paris I Iit'iI)) 5.00.) if 4.
Hlli ox or write Hux 707. .Stark.' II Donald Ray Tllley of Jtckson- 't I
J.I:T ,Tt4 rOAY-AWAY your Kmn" Fin, tip 13M'I' -;; :, 'iW t) II I villa. FL- i Wallets Perfume Grenade ::1.50. (\
lVltlon set tl,d..y. ChlM. C'. I I arrived Tuesday to spendChristmas r G Amity -
*hfiihTd. Ladle & Tl-levlmon tf ..I U. POII SALT\ : 1IY gl'KI- 29.75 I with his mother, Mrs I ( 'intler'lIu's '"
DAVIS :3: I.! Walt lalil' IWI! $3,00 to $15,00 Slipper a.w'
l KY: ft : ... ,
Maehlnral ri-al E'eorgy TIII..y.Jim I..n.. Tn. ., fe. 23-31 ,
like ImrKamH
N;I':w -- Mlnser Sewing saws .W. g
rash A Tf-rrn a'.. avallahl In 1 .to-ln. bandKau1 2-In. wa'. ".... B, Godwin of Belle Glid
this' ..r.tion only I thrnnKh Hlnfft-r) tar pump. 6 III', $Hill I .Isrtrld! .-- /h arrived J Weilnesdny to !
Hovrlnit 1/arhln. fa., 402 N. Marpunch machine with motor II MI. 1 -- .. upend PLAINSMANAND .
lon M'.. t.nk.It". F.... I none oloctrla. light plunt $1.1' Ntovr.i, Christmas with his wife anal K Cosmetic Sets by Yardley Coty Cara Nome -- 1))
.SO, writ or vIMt. our nhf ". 0"irlSa1 I wnoil, oil or gas. > from II! K'') upCVdar nothpr-ln-law Mrs. J. .
B Godwin
... A rVrvU-i cars will visit 4'he.tn $JO. N.w unpsintadyour l llahln j THE LADY and Helena Rubenstein
horn ,... If'' $7 each. S motor selectIon of anal' Mm. Peggy Tlllev.
epr.n \.t. i Our smart
:It.'i; .I.trailir Um. Ftll: "tt. Vera Ralston << ,
FolC HINT Clore )In' .ttr..<- lv. I.I I' 1Ja.. I I truck.holix 1 A power lot lawn inow..r-. :5ULOVA: WATCHES gives!. Mr. .and Sirs. A, W Redgrave Pins latest :yews. &: "slant: Bond Street Perfume
.I.Irln. faro ..".. Alps an unfurii. I plnrtrlc, lawn mower $15 I show ,I your choice in price spent last weekend visiting! Mr Chanel No. 5 Lotus 13
( C'otiftln" KnrirOrrhrctrm
mixerJ5 you 'ouiilry t
elsetrlo dough
*lane a St.tarn Biark.vutaaae. SOI) w. Maerasa tf'' I piano. I$1H doughnut; SIOO 1 Many ds.p:l other frywr $100 b..rKalnit -' '' $29.75 to $100.00, including!end oit-'hmnn| .. Mrs. Hurry Flu.Mrs. Redgrave In :Madrlguena, *6.00 -M-50() :5.00;: ," >II

\ IfITXR Professional Models Joe Mnrtlnez spent Sunday K PLUS TAX
Federal Land Bank and Nurses.. r
:ora :
flatting friends
Mead. It !\ In Gainesville.
Mi-NAIR'H .Tolrai-r. Imalltleuler 1 1l U rd., Thn...... IV*<<. W, 20 ,
I Ifadlnic varlctlDK. M's your Mr and M-s, Ed 1
FARM LOANS or writ MfNair. YI..II-I l l Ueautiftil new ELGINSi: I Ithe JI"U.F.F.T11Kr.: ,
T* Company' t.aurln- children, Play and Charles, spent ) I
Long Terms-Low InterestS I bur*7dNjd (: rnlliiM, 3t12'3' : : Watch with the Miraclej'!Tuesday, In J rk..onvtne.Mr A Complete Line of FRESH HOLIDAY CANDIES !
Duro I Power Mainspring.
-e and Mrs. O. L. Benaley.! Mrs. ,
fe.V BRYAN SELL YOUR TIMBER rives you your choice in priceof 3. W Klncald and Mr and Mr,,
(I P Kitchen Fresh SI.OO & $2.00:! John'lOI1'$1.0U & $1.75 ;
tr.or MrLugliMi. lisps Karloff /! ,
7IffV.. Mala Mirrrt N. NOW ) 35.00 and up. I A.. C. DurdIn left Friday for Turni -
.ah..vl1le. FluridaKnfl Highest Cash Prices Paid W.-\TCHES-I* i wh" a they' will srx-nd Chrlltt- j'' ; AMI Whitman's. $1.25; & $1.00 Nunmilly'.s. $ |I.2.i; & $1.00 .2...'
HAMILTON; ( ) mils with Mr and Mrs. C. C. I Iloppe. Follow Me Quietly 9
t-rm comfortably fwm the Railroad Watch of America I
Nor--anal.rn lit ale! conw..nl- Is.n. Iin .'ncr.. Adapts Mr ('. C. Wynn OR IN UNIT priced at $71.50. Other I Mr. and Sirs C S. Pirtln andson. flu I..U'Ktwrl l HewsFri.
I I" ml nut 1':. Call *t. Ifll beautiful and useful gifts for''' Punter, are spending Christmas G OUK '
..rl... I .._ ...,.. v..I..1 l l EDWIN W. PECKSuppH.'s every member of the family. with relatives In GrsppvilleMr you
lit pqulpmeft. Lar... ..I..... Or John W. Turner I )I and Mra.V.. II Nollman "Nat.. ')t'oSO. 31 Efficient !
Qul..Jc ...,...... G I Service ANY hour of the Day or Night -
thin J''nn. Low 791 t. lIal-I'.Y pars. .. .".... Lmr- P. O. Box 463 I ED; SIMPSON I r[pent Monday In JarksonvIKe. : IKlf'ISLE FEATURE
tuna fN-nch "6 Hallounn Rot If, Gainesville, Fla. I While there they attended the TELEPHONE/ 61 I ICARPENTER'S
I C3
.IMKTMKVT FOR REXTr: .ll at GEM JEWELRY totsrv Christr-.ss luncheon and WHITE\ SAVAGE
KI.....'.. t-iif#. 221 Tmpli Av. Up'' Send me a postcard and iSv.1NTED were dinner guest" of Mr. and
MM!. Crosby Dawklns.. Mart pontes, Jon Hall
'will come !see! you.
Autrmrirtfl IHitributur In
lencrd. nuitrapher., for .. Only Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns and AM f
rKl K.KiU Mutrhe For Bit lot a And ElgiaWatrbes. : J
Mu F.IP."I
ant ptnltlon' "t b okk : SirWA*+ER COUNTY L.tVKHTfTK daughter, Mary Rivers, spent lastweekend
anme knowlxlK. Yes **1. MARKHT: Au.'tlon' Ml each W.d | In Tallahassee, Fighting Red Head I !
rt-.lrabl. .. visitingudge
., .. O rn d tall Kith Jim lJannon
ulvlnaall .... 1C Jr.. Ph HUM. Live Oak Fla.FtiR and Slr.. Rivers Buford.
ary 01..1.01. tr.II..pu.1 SEAL OARD RAILWAY Culor (%rGwn: "IJttliIII*. \
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
... frompnotofflr BALKr wheel > The Store Where You See Your Filled
KEVTt I .m1 bloeka FOR one Prescription
WATCH I INSPECTOR ONaIJta" A 9 0"". Trail"L j
*. Frlcldalr, *. hot A. c >W ehnd from ftearM month airix will spend Christmas at the home Chap
bath *. rntnntf I2fond .eonHltlon 1: sew .par. tire.. of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. .1
X water Thompson pvt. ft. 1O.. H.m'nip' N Month..r 8treeu. *. |4O A. Ooaamn.IIP .. .. In Jacksonville. Dnwklns.r. -. -- .=.. -
way J




I''other farmers manage to get s(> busy making a bed out In thee used In home and church. Membersalso was the Sunday dinner guest of I .---- -
FARMER'SD much done; it seems to us that ware woods. We coaxed her up. to the HAMPTON exchanged Christmas Rifts Mr. and Mrs. J. W Horne -

I working hard most of the time", pen again and this time locked her at the conclusion of their work Mr. and Mr. F. B. Hall and
and still so little done. There' but tlmo she busted period. Miss Dorothy Rosa, dem-I I
get Shoes
at cupper Repaired
Bv Mrs.. M. C. SweeneyMerry children, and Mrs. B. E. Hall will
I A R Y I a lot more to farming than meet i.out again, and no matter what Wol onstration supervisor, ,was In I Christmas In Jacksonville
the eye, and we know of no othe!";tried, she went back into the charge of the meeting. i spend Day -'
By Sam McGarvey working: man In the country wh<(>I woods to have her pigs, and that'i f'hrlHtma.* Krwdern! with Mr. and Mrs. Everett WHILE-WAV !
boss who has to oak,I YouI The Community Christmas Tree Friends will be glad to hear that'
Is Ills own where she finally had them. i Geiger Mrs B. E. Hall will
The author will be glad to re- his working time productive an I might think, "let her have themI will be held In the school auditor- Mrs. Alma Saxon Is convalescing I,,remain for a longer visit with her|I II
fft\e Items of Interest concerning still I ium at 7:30 o'clock on Christmas satisfactorily, after a major operation
> profitable, or else stand an the natural way", and this case : '
the activities of farmer In slowly go broke I you'd have been right, but what Eve. (Saturday night.) A fine pro- In Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville I daughter and family.Complete New Low Prices!

_( Bradford County. Suggestions may .. I had us concerned :was that ito gram by children and young peoplehas last week. She expectsto
be left at the Telegraph office ort and If It might been arranged! by the committee return to her home here next ,
As an example of plans for th< looked rainy, as selection/ atStrong's
mailed to Sam McGartey, Latttcy, future, we want an orchard nm 1 I turn cold and then some of net and the Christ Spirit has beenplaced week. Gladys Bundy Is recuperating for U. Don't pass us Half Sole $1.50
Florida. of where to t i little ones would have caught foremost, Surrounding from an Illness, which confined (:Men's. )
1 P' _____ -I are thinking now pu her to Shadycrest up whatever U do.
1- it, ntc. It's something which mux Li I cold- -na tural way or not, Communities are most cordially Hospital
First ripe strawberry from our Isfled that we will hove a good be done or else we'll not hathi d.| Invited to share with Hamptonthe Starke, for the past week. The two o. (' -- ,-, '
thrill of the little Wells boys, Herman and \V. mi: Soles
p'ints this week. Lots of blossoms,(committee, no matter which farmers fruits and berries and nuts whirl\ u I Judging) by the thick coat of Joyous! loading/ $1.00
V., have been
killed elected. These men serve Yet too will takE mule has Christmas tree, and participatingIn recently hospitalized EXPERTsdle (Women's)
which Incidentally were not are we can raise it I hair that Tom our grown,,
the sweet of this Herman In the Starke Hospitaland
by the frost, and quite a few green I their fellow farmers without pay, time and effort. It looks as though we're In fort fellowship his
brother. W. V. In
Yuletide Season flanta will younger
berries. Because many of the plantsare give their time to help others, and As a start went over to t some cold weather this winter Or Immediately following appear the- Alachua County Hospital, Gaines- Ladles' Lifts 25c up
to small, tried a "kill 'em or deserve the thanks of all. Glen Saint Mary Nursery to gel t maybe that sign, which Is used a /
program, and distribute the gifts. ville. Both are wishing hard to be
cure 'em" treatment of fertilizer. some advice and Information or I lot up north, does not mean any entirely well by Christmas.
Dosage consisted of 4-7-5 chem Late getting to It, an we are In what wo can raise here, prices, thing here in Florida.i \V. )M. V. MEETING SHOES SIIINED
ical fertilizer placed In middle of most everything, but at least got etc. Plan to plant citrus trees,,i Mrs. Fred Whldden was hostess Misses Norma Sweeny, of Bryan -

bed, at rate of 600 Ibs. per acre, most of our sweet potatoes dug. oranges; grapefruit, limes (all on'j Notwithstanding that sign! we to the W. M V. of the First Baptist Martha University Horne,Dayton Southern Tenn., and AT -
soil. Plan to Did not get a big yield, but enough College,
and hoed Into the rootstock suitable for this region),, Church, Thursday afternoon
have been cold ourselves, Lakeland, have arrived home for
and that In what pretty
of, for own use,
fertilize them again at time peaches, pears, plums, grapes, per.' with eight members and one visitor -; 'STARKESHOE
the two weeks
r-ulchlng. Don't know what will we planted them for, Digging Simmons, )pecans, mulberries, etc,'I lend{ unable to grow a thick coat present. I holiday vacation.

hnppen If plants get too much fertilizer them Is hard work but man do Even !going to plant a banana tree, of hair have started on a firewood The Whidden house was decorated Mr. and Mrs. Julius Keener and epa"SERVICE

but do know what .will happen they taste good when they are In a suitable location. Had hoped operation. Through the kindness with a lighted miniature daughter, June left Sunday for

If they don't get enough cooked with lots of good country to learn that we can plant black of one of our Bradford County Christmas tree, also Yuletide I, Jacksonville, where they will make REPAIRM.
butter and seasoning. Not to mention their future home. Their
which Is practically nothing. walnut trees as we are "nuts" a- scenes The word P-E-A-C-E was i many
have learned Is that the how good they are fried. Next friends, we borrowed a fine sow friends here regret to hear of their Chas. C.
th'ng we tinseled flat
bout them, but so far do not know across a world map,
soil here In Florida will grow about season, when we'll know better, yet whether we can or not Even which works from the power-take- representing the topic of the pro- departure, but wish them great ShepherdAt F. Hudson Proprietor

anything, but you must fertilize we plan to grow them In a patch before we plant a single tree, we'ie off of the tractor. Had a devil ofa gram, "Peace On Earth." success and happiness In their Across St rune Park Theatre

liberally. where we ran dig enough for our making what we hope are adequate time hooking It up, but ably assisted The President, Mrs. T. E. Sim- new home. Gay's Service Station

Among the "pretty" Rights around own setting, and then "hog off"Ithe plans to keep! our stock from our by a neighbor and! our newspaper mons, called the meeting to order, Eugene Mead will leave this weekto I:-- -.

Bradford County to us are rest. orchard. More work Involved, ex- collector (Mr. Thomas) finally with Mrs. K. B. Watterson leading spend the holidays with Mr. and
with big cattle I pensa (fit will improve our property got it running, and then we the devotional thought. "Christthe I Mrs. Woodrow Hicks and family
green pastures Don't know about other farmers ), but we ran already taste really !got a wood pile started. Another answer for the world" was I'I n Brunswick, Ga. FOR ALL TYPES OF

grazing on them, well-kept woods around the county, but we could|I how good home grown fruits are !good use for the tractor, given by the different members, I Mrs. Della Dyal left Saturday PEST CONTROL

lns., house gardens with neat rows use some rain on our place. Strawberry -I Luscious peaches, for example! which Is proving to be an Inval- also Christmas Carols were sung ,for a visit with her daughter Mrs. WRITE OR PHONE
of greens! but above all right now .. uable pleee of equipment. by the group. An original Christmas Clay Parker In High Springs.
plants need It, and the field I CONTROLand
We don'tmean
are strawberry patches. was read by Mrs. Sim-
After a year or so of operation A good feature of this new saw! poem I Mr. and Mrs. Don McMahone,
of also. But won't be able
which Is
ours, certainly I Mrs.
have found that It cost us about Is that it becomes a part of the mons. Mary Williams gave of Fort Myers, arrived this weekto CHEMICAL CO.
nothing to brag about, but thoseof to do anything about It until Wfl the minutes of the November
$7 a month for our bottled gas to tractor, and can be moved about be Christmas guests of Mrs.McMahone's 2450 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2561-R
other farmers hereabouts. Savone get a rig set up for Irrigation. meeting, also a report on the Lot.
run the gas range, hot water heater the farm at will to the places parents, Mr. and Mrs. FLA.
yesterday which was about Then when a crop needs water, We think tie Moon Week of Prayer. Mrs. J. Luther Watterson. GAINESVILLE
and refrigerator. where it is needed. Am accomplishing
eight acres In size, with row after we'll set tiT a pump at a weli, W. Horne closed the meeting with Termites!" I Rodents All Household Pests!
that Is reasonable enough, considering two things In one opperutlon E. G. Saxon Fred Elland. and
row of big, vigorous growing hook to the ,
the tractor
pump prayer. During the social hour
up the fact that we have hot -getting firewood and fence Bert Hlnson, Jr., recently visitedIn Free Inspection and K:.timaI.. Given by Graduate
plants'. The man who owns that where needIt.
and put the water we members exchanged gifts and Mrs.
patch can look at It with pleasure. water available at all times, good posts, and cleaning up the wood Whldden assisted by Mrs. Carl St. Petersburg. Entomologist (University of Florida).
S. cooking facilities, and quiet refrigeration. lot and reducing the fire hazard. Roy Birt and family of Gaines- Dempsey R. Sapp Hoy V RoigFREE
And the service for Brown served a very tempting! ville, have been guests of Mrs. W.
Went Into town Saturday and All of which reminds us of the salad course with hot chocolate,
our !gas Is excellent.: P. Blrt and Mrs. Florrie Belle
voted for county committeemen tact' that we have plans for the e Young cabbage plants are coming also a beautifully decorated cake Brown. WWfUWLflSWJ
to administer the farm program future which we know will keepus along !good now, after their was served with miniature "Santa .
Pin't know the results of the voting busy the rest of our lives, but Well, it seems' our disappointments setback by some nocturnal prow. Boots" as favors. Mrs. Floyd Luckey. Gainesville,
will never end so far as her combatted by DDT, by the way.
yet. but after going around a we still keep thinking of more !
bit and asking questions, am sat.cst'uIa"fIftIa things to do. Don't know howTOOURJOYALFRIENpSjNDNEIGHBORS hogs are concerned until we get Will have enough to set about 23 NEW ARRIVAL
"shut" of Lilly and all her kin beds and plan to get them out this Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill are receiving

: _D"' CI'ta from our farm. Lilly the fence- week many congratulations no
buster is of course due to be sold the arrival of a baby daughter, on

soon as she Is hard to keep in a "Pop" Is keeping a weather lop !Sunday, December, In Shady. WELDliFNG For Free, Prompt Removalof

pasture (and "hard" is the prize dally, and so are our kin up at crest Hospital.T. .

understatement of the week), eatschickens Tom's River, N. J., and the other IT. PARTY Dead, Crippled and Worthless
and has too few pigs. We
day we were very much interested The Junior GlrH class of the CATTLE HORSES MULES HOGS
bought her and a litter of four when we compared the reitults r ( # ,
pigs when we nettled here, sold 3 of Hero Is a summary: At Tom>, 'fampton: Training Union entertained -
y the pigs but laved one of her gilts, other members and teach-
; 40,
River daily high'
; average ors with a Chrlstmax party, Fri CALL 132 STARKE
as she looked as though she might
daily average low 23; Lawtey; day night at the Christian Church. Wr. offer the people of Starke ,
brood Well,
make a good; sow
daily average high! daily average -
this !gilt farrowed this week and low 53. (unofficial figures\ of Wayne and Barbara Jean Matchettwere ,WE ALWAYS I COME! .'
had only five pigs!, ono of which awarded candy prizes In the andttlnlty. one of the most
VAN H. PRIEST course). Lowest BO far this ,year
g ,was born dnad. So, off to Gainesville guessing games contests Sand-
CO.'b she her at Tom's River, 12 on Nov 26 wiches, cookies and cold drinks modern and fluent equipped FLORIDA RENDERERS Inc.
goes as soon as pigs Enough said!!! were served
by the host- ,
are weaning age. We know too S. esses. young welding shops anywhere.All .
well that you can't make any ,
Received our Questlonalre" from
money on hogs that bring four or IIKMONSTRATIO.V Work Guaranteed
will fill/ "LlJn
I Ralph Alvarez, which we
? """ .*% five pigs In a litter
? I The
Hampton DemonstrationClub
out and mail bade promptly Bollevo -
na tr I It Once again; we tried to got this that it Is the thing to do to held their monthly meetingat SMITH'S GARAGEAND

gilt to farrow in a pen, we had help not onlv ourselves, but ALL the school on Tuesday afternoonof Important News t
prepared, but at the last minutu farmers In the county. Talked a- last week. The time was employed MACHINE SHOP

ii ( t she disappeared and we found her bout it with a successful farmer In the arranging! / and makIng Temple Ave. StarkeAnn's
vhile in T. K. McClnne's office of holly and magnolia; leaf FOR GROWERS ANDSTOCKMEN

the other day and this man said I Christmas wreaths. which will be,
t he could not be sure of what he

was going to do next season, beransn -
5 ti t iJerP9If ( of weather and other conditions
J944 There I Is a lot of truth In Bakery & Coffee Shop

that, but we think that'any protected
I figures !given by farmers Sandwiches Place Orders
I ''f''i' Chri4trnd4v would always be used with weather Hot Dogs .

conditions In mind. In other NOWHamburgers

words, if we pay we're going to 'I I

plant An acre of snap beans, and Home Made For Holiday
at planting time conditions are
such that they could not be plant Soup Cakes

ed.. then certainly the market officials
will be aware of that and COFFEE 5cR.B.ALVAREZ&SON

make allowances. We think that

each of us has to understand the
v other fellow's and difficulties
'tt problems
*o(' Steepwhen before we can work together
Moil honest agricultural scientists will tell
siiccenHfully."' But they do
'eeee elsewhere, and we should be able TRANSFERCOD: you that Nature does 60% of everything thai can be

5 ng to here. done lo make a profit out of any farming operation.The .

> best that man can do lies within the range of

have enough R'tts: are being eliminated on : We operate local) ihe other 40%. *
SAM ROSENBERG & SONg > this farm and for the first time ft long UManc! That's why it is so'extra smart to do everything in

Windstorm Insurance since we've been hero, the feed rass.h'lis" '" your power to develop the right program of feedingand
Starke. Florida shed Is free of them. What a satisfaction c MoN? any where in t'.S.KXCEIJ.EXT insect control.

We Sell it I I i :. No one program is suitable for every location. Con.

a 51t ditions vary widely in various part of the State.

Charley E. Johns Sold some eggs.' R roasting chicken STOR.\rF. To gel the quality yields year in and year out that

I and some green onions this t payoff best at the market consult your Wilson &
week and have some orders for F.\CIIJTIKS:
Agency Toomer Representative. lie lives in your part of the

'*tMlN"e 1 eiwad.2a4 fhonc IS srAKKK.: HVpnMiitlns more Progress. is. slow. Agents For ,1 country. lie knows climate and soil conditions. He's.
also trained to advise. you in planning. He can suggest
Zksd1NlG Chickens are laying good now. DelcherBros. See us first the proper use of IDEAL, Fertilizers and PASCO
tr- trough to
: e a square-bottomed ""
Insecticides and will
Sprays thai make the bet
....... nut laying mash In. and it saved .
ZefEtri. THE TRAV LEA'. Hartford feed from being wasted out on the profit for you. -

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% ; StrawberriesPastures PESTICIDESDusts

DEARBORN' C. :!. :. :: ... Sprays Baits
\) \. .. ,,'" ". /,
: JI ....'\ Ifti: {'>J .... e Weed Control

Lift-Type here's ours, as sincere
genuine as we know how to ; .:.......;. lflf.'I3IL'; AT .
.. j]l.;;. .
TANDEM t DISC I II make I't. .. ;'!fIb ,-, '
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i\r! !It 'is our fondest wish that every .. :"(:.:::. ::,:: : },

I with built-in angle..never needs hanging P joy will b. yours for the coming, .. .. iH"J! .> ,,8.eason. A. S. ROBERTS Field RepresentativeBox
Fla. Phone
'!lr. rt ;' ..' '' 694, Ocala 695-Red
N.thag like It on the market! This peat dine ran be attached to a :i' 4c Jt : .

r.rd Tractor la a ..I.... or 'lea*. You lift It oH the ground by I Ju tmoving S ,.' I'.."00."i.. 7'. .. 4 ',
UM Ford Tractor Hydraulic Touch Control lire Speed down. r '!t yY -: DEALERS :

|... highway with no wearing 01 chipping of Made.
::; In the field, yen lift the due.. for turnlnf. II I'JI I Ifl l
This prevent ridging. dirt aver time and fuel. N'INI -

IJft It over wet spots and for backing. too.
4 There's never any pulllnf at ropes or lever. gg > i J OCALA AND GAINESVILLE&TOOMER
"Fined". angle of faagi and rigid frame giro / >

level uniform reenlt at any depth deilied. >
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C Kaiser Fraser Sales & Service sM t\ W
143 W. Main St.. South Gainesville, Fla. JACKSONVILLE. FLOIlIDAI'AGE

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Cut'KeIl OFJFSI'S CHRIST!' ldays In Auburndale with his I I-Mr. and M"-E. J-Lewis: Sunday .
At The Tabernacle OF LTTEB DAY SAINTS ents. par anerno"n. .... '. .-. .. ',,'; .. : --, .: .:' : '.. 'II:'

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley drove The Church of Jesus Chrlllt ot Mrs. Ma. W..II.. Mrs. A. H. Harley Roswell Kelley of Jacksonville Celebrate Christmas II'ithChrist
over to Lake City Saturday morning Latter Day Saints has moved from and )(rs. Martha Bales at. visited his mother Mrs. Doris Kelley -
to meet Edna and Leonard the usa building on Temple Av. tended the funeral of Mra. Wells recently.L Sermon Sunday Evening: .At 1:30 O'clock:
Noo'g..1 who arrived home for two while 'the heating system Is undergoing and Mrs. Harley' brother-In-I. : C. Kelley of \VlldwC: Is via.Iting -
weeks Christmas vacation. npalr. Services will be T. S. Gilchrist In Brun8\\'lck Ga. i his potr..nt. Mr. and Mrs. C
The Tabernacle services Sunday held In the Masonic hall on Call last Friday. S. Kelley for a few days. "The Forgotten Man of Chrisbnas"FIRST
11 k I61 were appropriate to the Christmas Street next Sunday, Do>c. 2:5: at Mr and Mrs. J. D. McGinley of Mrs. Leslie Green and children
I&>aAon. Visitors from Jacksonville a.m. and Sunday thereafter \\'lIl1ston were "lsiUng relatives
,,10 every
Irr Starke Monday
were shopping BAPTIST CHURCH
Baptist Church I Methodist Church I I'h..re and Rome newcomers from West I until further notice. A hearty here during the weekend. Mr. and Irs. T. W. Markey and I Hampton
Virginia added testimony and In.terellt I welcome" la extended to all. Mrs. Marion Reddish! or Starkt! Mrs. Pitt Baxter was iii. Gainer Bob Croy. Pastor
Members ot the Baptist ChuI"Cn I "\\ III He"' will be the ser to the services. Also the I was visiting relatives In fawteyrecently. vlUe chopping Thursday -

of Starke wish each a Chrlst- ,mOil subject for Sunday morning presence of Etna and Leonard I f'ON GREO.-\TIOS.\L: Mrs. G. E. MrGauley of Pahtka 'IIf'ar Our Choir Sing the Christmas t Carols aL the
The J.
filled Christmas season as we ap- O. Phillips family endMrs.
at the 11 o'clock hour. The "V"h.e i No..g"l who assisted In meetings visited Roy Green and children
I .1 :TIIODIST CIlt.'aCIlSen.es. Coleman visited Mrs.Fate "
proach the Christmas Day. Th..reIs during the day The Christmas Phillips I She was Evening Stnice.
no better way ot recognizing ren" eams seeking Him all their I program will be rendered Satur- everY tint and third Redd In l-f.con: Ga recently.Mrs. \\"ednesday home by Mice. Willene eecompanied McGauley .
and celebrating the birth ot the king Vise Men seek Him as King day night to which: the public: isInvited. Saturday night, Sunday morning Catherine Teart! and Mrs.I after a few days visit hen Everyone Welcome _
Christ than by attending Bervlce and Savior today as \Vlse Men ud Sunday night, 11 a.m. andS Hubert Priest were r II e: It nt with Roy Green and chllll"n.

In church: for which He gave His have done In all ag..s. Christmas Visiting Speakers will be aroo p.m. at Congregational fetho- visitors to Galnt'lIlI'llle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ....ntH ot La.
dls Church on Brownlee Road.- James Wainwright" ot Jacksontille
lit. 1s riving In Watch for Crosse visited Mr. and Mrs. \\11.
Christ. Each of the Wise Men- January. an-
the weekend here with
Rev Ernest Grtfns, spent
Regular services will be held nouncen1enu. pastor.PENTECOSTAL. son Green and children Runday.Mr. t'd
for they were wine men--went I his Mr. 1.Wainwright. -
parents and Mrs. T. :
the Day at the First ,
throughout and Mrs WlllIOn Green wereIn
Baptist Starke, with the Pastor I back to his country a bigger, tall.klnd'r. I HOLINESS: Gainesville shopping s.aturday.Mr. .
Presbyterian Church l Mr. and ),( of CQ'T
rs. Smart
lath St and Temple Aye" Ralph ) ,
bringing the meaaagell at all eer er better and wiser man and Mr. l\I. 101. Gano 01 h' _
I Sunday School 9U: a. m.: Morn JackRonvllle were visiting In Law-
vices than when he came to that great I Gainesville were supper. guests ot .
11 The .
Morning Worship Lm wt't'k..nd.II.
I tng Worship 11 L D.: Evangelic.tic try "
At the First Service 9I5: the ,rendezvous. The right kind of celebration Christmas sermon will be the final : Services TOO p. m. Everyone B. Ar'\'oad. who" had been Mrs and. Mrs. R, F. Oano Sunday \'YSHYOU'\ ,
Young People ,will bring their most ot Christmas makes us ; one ot our pastor, Rev, John oareleam" visiting relatives In Birmingham evening ,
prized Christmas gift and the all a little kinder, taller and gent. Warren Kautman. He has chosen Ala. returned to his home here Mrs I""UIC Edwards and lIOn
message by the Pastor will be"God's ,ter. There Is an afterglow In our as his theme "The Greatest Story CATHOLIC 'Ii'ItCH last w..k. harry visited Mr. and Mrs. .1. V.Knlght JOyl
Moat Prized Girt". The skies and In the skies of the whole Ever Told". Sunday Mass 9:1:5: : a.m. Mrs Louise pplf'by and child- In Lake CIty last S\turd..y.: 'IHRISTMAS Y
Youth choir will sing under the iworld.i Sunday School at 9:4S: a.m. Join Sunday School 11 a.m. ren of Palatka are spending the A large crowd enjoyed the
direction of Iirs Mona Canova.At i Came and bring your guests to us In the Christmas Carols and the Week Day llallll 8:30: a.m.fay holidays here with Mr. Appleby'smother. Christmas program whlt'h'a8
held by the school children Thur.
the Second Service 11 o'clock i Sunday School and to the 11 0'. study ot the Christ story "(rs. \\'arrt'n. day night. i HAPPINESS
the Pastor brings to a conclusion I clock IlE'rvlce. This Is Christmas Candlelight Service and Christmas Bible Study Is every Wednesday The Baptist Church will\ present Miss Carolyn Kelley was shopping '-AND J
the series of messages on December I Day There will be no evening Play by a cast otplayers from at 745AIRPARK: a Christmas Program tonight (Fri' In Gainesville Tuesday
Duties ot Christians with the :service. the St. l\fark's Episcopal and First day) In the church. After the program Reed Lewis ot Starke visited
sermon 'The Duty ot Devotion'" MISSIONARY! the gifts will be distributed
i Churches will be the coming
Presbyterian .
his parents Mr. and Mrs. ": Lewis I Throughout year JII
The Adult Choir will sing from the I given from :5 I to 6:1:1: : o'clock on B.\.PTIST <'IIl'RCIlSunday to the members 01 the Church Sunday,
cantata "They Shall Call His lorgan, duo of Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Christmas Day. The whole community School 10:00: a.m. School. Mrs l""t1le Edwards and Ion
Name JellWl", directed by Mrs! I Mann. The Pastor's message, the Is Invited to share In this Morning Worship 11:15: a.m. On Christmas Eve night the Harry visited her part'nts. Mn andMrs. E. T. SHULL Plumbing & Heating ,
LucUe Green with Mona Canova ,nh requirement for Salvation 'Too Ren'lce. Eevnlng Service 7:30: p.m. :Methodist Church end Church F. DL Norman ot VanderbiltFriday r. .,. "
organist. Good to Kt'ep". The Youth chorus Pra'er Meeting each Thursday School will present their program: ,---.co.. '-"" ,. -

Sunday evening at 6:43: the will sing. St. Mark' Episcopal 7:30: p.m. tn the Chllrch. At the end of theprogram Rev and Mrs. Dona'' Martin
Training Unions will present a Sunday School gathers' at 9:43: -Rev. L G. Hemingway, Pastor.LAWTEY Sant" will distribute the had as their guests( last weekend r"J
/gifts to the childreh ot the Church
Christmas Pageant In the church a.m. with E. C. Mann, Jr., Superintendent. Rev. B. E. Simmons B. D.. Vicar \S'hool. his two brother and sister ofMiami.
Training Unions meet Dec. 2& Christmas .
courtyard directed by Mrs. Clyde I The Lewtey Junior thigh School --- -- -- --- -. ,
at 0:15: as usual for training and Evll:1: p.m.. Communion Service Mrs Dewitt Padgett Mr. LottieI ;
clotted last Friday. December 16.
Priest. d"vollon. Mid-week Service Is held I preceded by 15 minutes ot I dwards and Harry Edwards werein Q?
The Sunday evening Happy Hour I Wednesday at 7:15: with a welcome congregational singing ot familiar L. H. l"utch for school the Christmas 'a.-aUon. The Gainesville shopping Saturday g : })
will feature Hymns and carols by. extended to all and an in.'Itatlon Christmas Carols. Mrs. Warren In presented the auditorium a suitable on Friday program afternoon (! 'A1d eL. ,.11I1 '
the congregation with the piano. to all &ervlces. Kaufman will play a violin solo Mr. and Mra. A. A. Cook an. morning. U4 '
and will I
for the offertory accom-
flounce the birth of a son Charles The annual Christmas tree and
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke pany .the In organist the playing Mrs. of LemueiColson the Allen, In St. Lukes Hospital on :program or the \V. S C. S. was Save Time, Work, tr ,
December 18. held lAst
Tuesday night! In the ,
Rev, IA'"I. D Haines, Pastor. hymns The Vicar will preach a Mr and Mrs. J. P.'yrkk.. Mrs. home ot Mrs. Eftlt' Miner They and Money! d
.. short sermon. Members of other Joyce Futch and children, Mary I reported a I'o..d: time.BROOKFR. ,
"10 The heart of Town And In The hearts churches ot the community are Julia and Renton and Miss Ellz,

ot The Peuple" (cordially us on this invited occasion to worship with aberry Terry were shopping In I 9 l rounds Of Your bRt cri r + b 'J'Jg

r, rr' Sunday Dec. 2:5.: Christmas Jacksonville Mr and Mrs.last James Monday Anders 01 I Laundry Hlme In 2 :

A Southern Buptl rr t r Church.. For All People ,r Day-9 11 a.m.:Holy a.m.Communion. Church and'hool.sermon -Jacksonville: spent the weekend J. I By Ire Mae Lewis. Only. .
here as the guests of the O. I
'Iont. WOl"lh\p-9U\ 3: l 11 l lIapI'y Hour 711Q: by the Vicar. 1t ,
Sunday 8chool-9U: Training tnlo.-6.3: The church Is open dally for Miss Barbara Moore or Jackson.l I I Mr. Jack Akt' of Daytona I :Minutes! It Is w.I ."
:Midweek IWrIN' 'o'fln."day, 8eo: t', :\1. prayer and meditation.CHCRCII villa spent Sunday here with her Reach and Mr O. r. Hale orDukps 11'ashed Spoll.-". .
.. ., rrr' parents. Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore. accompanied Mr.. Mary LGreen 40 Iy 'Iean-Uelldy ,
TWO GREAT SUNI\Y MORNING SERVICES: OF GOD Donald Ray Grltfls, a stud..nt In here after a few ways vlllit I To Iron!
with them.
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor Bolles School Jacksonville is here ,
9:45: a. m. First Senlsr: "nod' Most Prized Mr. and Mrll. Steve Dukes and
8th k: St. Clair SU. to spend the holidays with his par.nts. -
11:00 a. m. R'gular Service: "nut)' of D"'oUun" nephew visited MrR. Florence Var.nud"e It
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs R. A. Griffis. Cents 1:4: All g ,
'2:30 p. nI. Happy Hour S..n ke 1 : "Tie. hood to Kcep""Visit Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Mr. Coleman Phillips ot New Saturday night.Mr .
r' r Sunday Evening Service 7:30: pm Orleans Is spending some time here and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and 40 Co ts! Try Our
"lth The Visiting. Pastor" Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. with the O. 3. Phillips family two daughters and MrM. R. I'. I..-
The Church Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.rn. Tom Casey III spending the ho1- ,will of Keystone 1I..lghts visited Service Soon! I Farm, Home & Auto Supply J JC

I HOWARD'SDRU The Washeteria Guy: Andrews :J

S'3 Tf'.ple Avenue, .3

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l Yes, the silent new 100 horsepower V-S you get in the
('all on tie fur reliable drug 11 U Y Before You T h Ypgs
'SO Ford is priced far below all other EIGITSevenf
t hundreds below: most "sixes" Ford alone in its ficIJ: otTers and health needs at worthwhile

you 8-clinder 'po cr-the: V.8 power found in America's .
.- aIIIC" We prtds ou.h .n
Y .
costliest cars. Or, if you prefer, an advanced 95 h p. "Si.,, ."
is available, the scrupulnna etactnee. which' .
4.9i' ,& : I
iV i goes. Into rvcry ,single' I'n.rlp.Un" .

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TIlFSM: J:: MtNY 1Ut.( : UItOCUCY a aU\T: 81"1.\1.1'4: SEE: J.\" \P'RS:

'rc-fH Gmu' 7'hrtJlloII Saturday, /'mber 21


'urlon I Ih. pki:.

Tomatoes, 1 lb .. lOc Cranberries - 23c

>, nuio10BAC 211 Ib flak: t II (Gig Assorted!

0SEEO Oranges - 89c Hard Candy - 25c

Them a in your fatwe : Farm Fresh Turkeys: Toms 59c Ib --- Hens 69c lb.Wilson's .

with,t a tutu.n f. : The tobacco harn p I'k.
built in v .

age hrinS4 you hlJth. Tenderized HAMS half whole) lb. 49r
v I quality, hi i K h yielding ( or -

Seal. -

\ WMld..lW..wII.N./ .d ..sass I (:rown on lcNulr Farm Fla. HENS or Ga. FRYERS (Gr. A, D & D), Ibs 45

E PICNIC HAMS lb. 29cWilson's
LOW.Pii' FIELD McNAIR'SYieldTested Tenderized - - -

the Car" more beautiful than WAY N EW
eve more comfortable than ever with new Sliced Breakfast BACON lb. 29c
non- ag front seat springs with foam rubber seat Seed Lakeview -

cushion more head room with new headlining
bows (more hip and! shoulder room than any Company Ocean No. 303 Cans of <:hl1Jole Old Fashioned
other Jow-priced car) Ford's famous "Mid O Spray
Sbip" Ride in a 13 way stronger "Ufelluard"Bod1 / LAl1RiNBURG, N, C. Cranberry Sauce 2 for 25c Chocolate Drops, 1 lb. bag' 2Sc

Heavier sealing in 41 areas for added
quiet and protection 11 new colors Sold By Rosedale Golden Cunard Frey l1'nlOO4
sparkling new fabrics push.button handles for PUMPKIN No. 303 Can CORNED BEEF

Dew .ilent-secure door locks. R. B. Roberts & Son 3 for 25c 12 29c
oz. can - -


And 5 lb. - - 29c 79
Large Size - -

ANDREWS MOTOR CO. G. B. Colson Large RINSO 19c Roaedale Golden Halves

rooker, FGL Gr. A Med. EGGS, doz. 47c PEACHES, No. 2Y' can 23ESIUAY <



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Christmas Baskets I I.reported Harris that manager six boxes of the of theatre toys Tornadoes Receive Trophy I Builder Of "El Rancho" Found Starkites Otiln ivtltloner I I,,Mvmp., Florida, Attorneys fur I

p.Distributed Today; were collected for the needy child a.______._._._%__._._.___ ---.. -v -_-.__ !I So Nice He Just Decided To Stay Here I 12-33 It 1-13 -
ren. In ff'lrcult <*........ Rru.Uor.l ('"..( .
-.a In order that they may aid] In An eleven unit tourist court under are approximately 21 trees I'I.rI.Ini: ( N.u'f'ry r.lu
In commenting on the charity pecan I
Ha rah Martha ,"ller. .
.tj j
r. giving: a bigger and better Christ program Rev. Hill said: ,I conduction three miles north I on the 23: acre plot. M Claim. Martin.. I l>el..n lant v I CUM* .,CVcIl>o.

mas to more of Bradford counly'sneedy "It Isn't that wo are afrlad that of Starke on Jacksonville Highway Strong and his vie moved here .76B4.......... of P.IIl..nti.u. midnllr.

families Starke churches some families may get a basket will be completed about the from Miami where he was in the t ......... "jUrtTIOP" : Kl.OIIIIlt I..I ta
the Red CrosH and local civic organizations men's clothing bUllnells. I'..'II .Mil r Inn alt,'tln'' whuxo riiildencv .
first :
that I. of They are
afraid February
th) ..ir too mirrh, but we are e 'I' "se according to IH unknown:
are coordination somo might not get any lit all If the owner J. R. Strong. natives of Canada. % Christmas basket programs this The new court manager explained Junuiiry illrd: Jit 50, in I he ut>i>vii
we didn't have sort a clearing "El Rancho". as it will be called nuinvil I'ourt ami, cause. wherein
neaaon. house." __ Is designed along the lines of that his building- "KI Rancho"in I'Ulntlff. seek.. .11 VI""-". nradfrvr.l. .
The Chrlstmas-bnsket program, a Starke .was "kind of an accl.dent" Omnty .I."r"'h. hall publish.
Among those organizations par Spanish type ranch homo Each u- thH Orrt..r In next 4 weekly. Issues..
which grew out of a suggestion by ticipating In the program are: nit will have a tile bath and be He oripinally planned the Wltnemi inv hunil anil orrlrlul' .....
the Starke Ministerial Alliance, ''s court for Lake but lit $tarku'.. ."u"I City visiting
The Methodist Baptist and Episcopal -, t LLJ :'urnlshed In the latest model. on K''. 1141.!
headed Mrs. Rustls McKnlght '
by Churches. the colored Methodist ( : furniture Strong explained. Starke In the early fail ( SEAL A..I. Thomni,
Bradford county visiting nurse, and Baptist Churches, the Strong found the "people ao rice ", An l'l"rk rot fillM. l olirt.
Rev. J. R. Hill pastor of the First Woman's Club and the Rotary A multi-colored walkway will that It was hard to leave". KSJ iVVl/0"1'*', llflp"ly Clerk
run the full lenth of the
Methodist Church. Rev. L D. Club. concrete Strong believes that Starke will
Hilnes. of th.. First Baptist, and brick structure, leading off intoa receive a considerable amount of In rironlt Court, llntdforil. fnmntr,
Mri. W. R. Morse from the lucalH..d 6 by 6 toot terrace. The units. KlorMm, In 4 hmirrry.
I tourist trade when the new fast ThoimiK ft IlriiHfin, I'lnlntlff. vn.
CIOHS Chapter. C. T. Bliss SuccumbsIn which are all connected are located i route to Miami through here is HUlh" lI..n.uII, Ix-fvtiilnlit. ('"."
\o.i .
Toftft.Ordrr /
P Over 25 baskets are being donated Local HospitalChester about 2:1.0: ) feet from the highway, I'opened up. of .'..hll..tl.... .n>l %..mI'e. f.,

'w by organizations and will be will be approached by a horseshoe I The architect for "51 Sancho'Is 5peeile, s'rt'I: 0'" i"l.OIIiIi 4,..
Jttith H. H .
drive. I "MiHnn. whiiHv rpHldpnne(<< IM
b distributed Friday, according lOb Taylor Bliss 52. died 1 Glenn D. Moore. Jacksonville. hi hIlt 39.h I'lucD llyiittnvlIlK, Mary

Mrs. Morse. following a heart attack In a local Strong purchased the land from Halt and Edwards of Starke are land.,

a Included In the baskets along hospital Sunday night Born Oct. ...-- .. .III Ray Newsome of Starke. There I[contractors for the Job. .Tan.You 2a.au.19&0 requl-p'1'In. the to nl.i.v. .appear nnmpd, on
c with fond And clothing will hi ober 21. 1895: In Mass. ? Court una wherein
Manlden uauv plaintiff
Member of lh>> ISlES Tornado ctball HI)nail, lnii<>r* of I Inr,uuanii<*t> C'onfcn-nre championship, eaok dlunllra.lfard
r toys repaired and repainted by Mr. Bliss retired merchant' C'nunty
was a are plitunvl UM>V ax they rrrPlvmt the FlorIda Tlmcn-1'nlon pprmanriit trophy at a banquet given tiy Christian Church ') .. WHOM IT Mil < 0%''t-ilN: tTAKK Telegraph shall) publish Ibis Order
I ii, members of the local Fire Department and was on his way to Sarasota. to iNOTK'U' THAT u 1113! | Hulrk In next femur "weekly! l Issues
b at their own expunso. The make his home when stricken. and the Uoii CliiltV lnrwlii.v night of last nrk. Stunillnfr In frniil (left to right) arc Captain Jack Rev Homer "indail, 1'antor I KtMltiit. Kniflne x..o. HIIIIH31 I I :t with uu '%'ftflee5. mv hand nnrt official seal
iipimralspl. lit Mtnrkv,
l valu' of $40000, was set.semi Florida, IhlB I lee,-nil>rrOFFICIAL.
Coach James llohlm, Alternate Iohe l Conner and Arnold Flniipfrock T-V
n toys i were gathered Saturday forced to enter the hospital here. U'alnHright. Captain sports I In Bradford t 'ounty. l"Ioi'lcIit I 2:4.: 11149\
There Is always a welcome at on October, 10, lift1)I : for 1,eln, :UMed:i ( 8RAI' )
t morning at a free Christmas matinee He is survived his wife and (.miitir % ho preia'ntriI thi* troph T A..I. Thomas,
by the In violation' nf Ait <'li',rk
.. ... friendly church In the heart of i Chapter 226tl'i! I.UWM nf HiilfJ Court
p given at the Florida Theatre.W.C.T.U. three children. -- - town i I..r 'I""h'1.' .. uf ID '15, saul. that Pv Hnvon Crosby, D. t'.
for everyone who wishes to I ia-Si: n 1-13
IM the Intention
of e\vlH MMrhott i.
1't The body was sent Monday DuPont CompanyWill enter our worship services. Why J.)lre,.t"r, State' JfaveniK
1'I I Iv morning to Boston Mass where I not make Jfttpurt. ,meiit of Flitrldit' t to Hell I th" NOTUIHKKKItKMII: : :. .M Oiiiirii \
funeral services and interment will Have a special effort to be .pr"|iei tv above d..H"'lh..oI, ( i In fiotit .< >\ fit'" son. OKUV: t.
Space with us this Christmas morning of the llrndford (.i'.uiy Court. Hotine. Il<>\ lllHIHKf Itrvrmfcrr In, IIMW
\\'. c. T. ir.INK take place. Local arrangements: for Bible School HI,a ike, Klitrldn. nn, .1.m m,mis ry |1M. I I'fill.! After lioldlnv a Dublin ti"'arlnif
t I Modern In Fair Exhibitivfliiite which begins! at nt I IU-OU: ) A.%I. tu time hltfhMMt and ''''Hthhhl..r. llc-tolu-r' 31. l iSIS, at the County
\\ IS! A l\JC) 'KER. STRONG worn In charge of DeWitt C.
10 a.m. ? Cciurt HOIIMH. ) ,
___ Every family should b.p"l'lIent trnh ford ('mu"mOlt, Klnrulu -
I DRINK IN RAGING AM UIIOSOEVFK Jones. I The Htatf* Ihmvm'rage Iiepitrtninnt' ofKlorlilu it uuh) imiu,k I InM' HIH, >CII| | I InvHMtlKn-
F. I.duPont remember
t a..llrllncthnt the the birth of : receives the tK'it$ to 1'11'1. linn, I he flat,, soil I ('on. ry..lliln,
; IS DECEIVED TIlE:REt :- Deer ur Lord and Saviour of mankind. Jeit any anti nil. lildH.: i Hoard I IIHN, ilKliTmlnfil that thtim' IH
11V IS NOT \\ 1St: PROVKIMISSEE Richard Grant 82 All "perHimH iHlinlnir any right oftnterettt """',1 I In th. I Iliti-rcKt of ,publlu hiiHllh.
:::0:1.I ) have a halt, In Brnrlford, County'sexhibit Morning Worship begins at 11 In "r to tmld .proporty. .'r wirvty mid<< welfare far. the oriranlaatlnti -
: Died nt the State Fair In Tampa i.m. when the minister will any ,part *thereof are h.-robv re- I of .a Soil i CoiiKcrvntlon fJl..lrlr'l..
Here speak
Wednesday j 4Uirtd.| tn Rpiiai'| and to make which will .Incliidn. nil 'lands .lylntr,
Slayers lt1-L next w..k was received yesterdayby ..1lhA subject "The Meaning of < .hi Irn within t h Irt y (WII.: Richard Grant 82, n resident of Ouv Andiews, president of the Christmas". Communion at 11:15: tin) <( l>iibll"*nt I Ion or poxtlnir I **fthlH In VIew of the ahiivr, fact nnd.
Green Cove Springs died In a local ChumbtT of Commerce.Mr where not only the birth In remem- I notice ii H i>,'ot', 1 1..1<< by I<",', 'Ion 7. ,, In iM ni'llnni-u| with I the Florida. Hull.
Bring red <'his 1,1 er 22 tiHH; Lawn .of Klorida, 11 nnm-i'vntli.n. lUmrlctM Aft Chapter
nursing home Tuesday morning Andrews rerelvi-d notification o but also the doath.
.VtlM of 111 UI, lImo' Stale 'ItHVeratru. IIR2. 8t..'iiitpn of Ian.! n rvfnrvniliini
1 following a lengthy Illness.' He was'! I of the decision. of the company Christian Endeavor begins atI:3t1 1 lepnrt: ,, iiii'tit, ,J'i'':, ,rlda, 'l'*'I iii'ha seec. will b., lifld I In the iihovv dvHcrllipil
"Florida' 01' nil "",'h "r licit'tn 'and t In. tprrltory, to .
wl hpxof
born Dec. 8, 18(55( in Scotland and In distance :; "
HomeThe a long t..l..phm"'l p.m.The lerenl' I In and to *...hi property, xhallotuiHit lumlo\rn, Ct I tli<-rvln oil tliu iue..
wall a member or the Masonic i muHMHKe front the company's public evening service will be given and t,'riot mm ate.I.ewis i I :I tlllll j : HM HtlltcdDnlp ;: r
I M. S 4eh..I". |1..r.1, ( of I ItvfeK-ndum, : Hm>vnihpr1'iilln
Lodge. Green Cove and Ptesbyter- editions office over to the Christmas
I program4pbnsored Sltlte I Itt'VPl'aH'' I 1"1 ::11. 114* ''I.
Ian Church. lie Clime to Still'ku I _, Drill 'iiDetails to. \\'lIll1lnA'lon'l by the Children's Hour 12.-J.l:I It 1-1:1: ___ I Ii I to remain '.....n'' 9'00 A II.
: several weeks ago for medical at.. 4 and Christian Endeavor. The public to 4.MO: ) P.M.*
of the I .l'l ...r.ISII
S4I'I'I' ( -: 'I'I 0 \1'1" ': % Ii I'l.ATKS: :
tention.Funeral. be woiltcd out but Mr. AnrliiK..-ItfddlHli'n dtori-
I I flrtH it unknown, and' .KlnttMe MuMniuiiii i Iiiwpy City Hall
"services were held at the Bacon Christmas Day. The House of .
TIIK: Irl.TIt.IJI.TIC..\ that the I company will probably I w 'lioHt. .mel' qmvpsldi', in Sprlngbnnk( Cemeterynear display. produi.. and photo the Lord Is where you should beon \liei-fitM. It aI.I'eIrM, hveriflfd Hampton ::: Town :Hall
IN rORTAItl-ES lied, llrnoKpr Comniiinlty1, I I (CpntprlOllvllili I
/ Green Cove Wednesday af- the Lord's pel It Ion t I In that certain < auneiintv
I I [ graphs of its ilmenlte mining o- Duy ","'1IIt"1< I In HIM f'in-uit, Court : I I tot... will I I I I hp l.indownpm
UK' IIAVEON teinoon. DeWitt C Jones wan In p..ra lion cast (if. HtiirUe Don't forget Prayer Meeting of Iii.. KlKhth: .fudlclal<< ', Circuit ..t who own. 'land within I I tin) trrrltorv, .
.. Florida" In and! roor Itriiilfoi,r.i t < 'onn-", cltfHffthfMl I In thin l millet i '
charge 7'30:;
I "\\' Invited, th. duPont\ company e't'ry"odn""d. ) pm. t\', r'li I.>rldu. .in I 4ian| .HI.v whcrt'ln I I II I (II. CLAYTON; AdmlnlKlratol' .
K: ONLY Ii Ollv M I.lIlh.r.: I |.ra>'n for I huetln a<,lop., HIli,I I.< Mull I Coimprvatloil Itii.ird
UEI\IIN (J TON i I Pictured above Is a party of successful hunters who bugged three to have n pint, In the exhib j of I It.; Itt Mite M' it." Mr Andifws ,said 1 1, "nnd theready .. f1 I :: j sit 11. I(::\ha: M I aim Mot t u-mi; Itt tlu1tnlnnr
d<'er on a four-dny hunting trip during Thanksgiving week In Cojlumbla : "rn
It K: I.UXBNOIS'ELESS : h.' child of the mild I&&..)t VlnnonMoiK'in

i County. From left to right: Ode Yarbcr Jesse Yarber. Walter | oftirlHlx"rpeptnnrp Is a 'goon; ,by pxumple,the rompnnv'of the* ..........E.. .Lj. : '. '.:....::...:...:.:..:. I!.:-t."j! and. Lhat' I and tinplait I Pinnule. of itHldfii Mat* Morgan>'.i. and, h

I VVllkoi.Mon and Frank Burnaed. Wilkerson lives north of [...iwtey.i : mmH iHHHHE 1\\ a dd I. rnHM of t thf *a Id I II..)' VI I 11011Morirnn
... .
I t splomliil! cooperation we arc meetIng .,..:..,.:.::. :; I n ,ml,1 Klo...h* M.la.- Moi l ..trunart MAGIC
i while the other "dccralayera" hall from Marclenny I on every hand." The Chamberof : ) unknown ti, |Del. (tloitcr, ,and, I that, JEWELKV SHOt'A
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them I It* or I In theState
-- -- -- pnrHon perMonf
Commerce president. said that LYRLS&iRecent ,
POHTAIII. E: of Florida. thi Ht i'vlt." of uKuminonw
1.------------------ Renders Valuable an attempt will be made to have : :: : In .hulI"'Y on whom"
would hind I Hi** Ha hi Hoy VlntumM .
every phase of Industry and agrlculture nil 'I""h l M I
I..r..n a > ae M..rlCllI'
The i-rlcn lit. slightly higher, : Free Service To County School Cafeterias I In Bradford County ropre births In Shadycrest a.. t ha t pru'.''.... en,,,not I he .....HI..IIII" |
would .Ireani Hospital were: ,, ','' I hemIt David Allrtd uishes to express -
but you never "ented, In some manner In the .
ifonordered that
j I IM. I thr I I theKiild
that Much quality could !M> Over 1,200 Bradford county not much but we're glad to tin. it exhibit. Mr. and )Mrs. L. I.. Orlffls of Hoy Vl".n1.I. ; ..rgiu a and< Ralford a boy, James Neil, on atm.. MfHRan 1 ar. hcrehv rmiuti'i'd I II
school children who eat lunch In to help the schools. the people of Starke and
built Into a |IH.rtaJ.l"l Ijpe- I Local artist Klotdier has been I to a"I'"r' I In nahl. "ranx" nil or beforHtl
wrlt"r. the HChool. cafeterias throughout H. A. Lawson gave his brother December 14. f 101 h .li."v ..r .K.'.brll".1'l I IOT 0.. vicinity for the splendid
coinnilHHlonHil to paint H huge pan Mr. and Mrs.V.. O Green of mthei'wis' .. 1h"* ailrgatin.. of .>aldpetttl
of their Ewcll .who has children
the good two in
county owe part .. him since
A oramlc scone: on canvas 10 x 15 *>nM wilt h I..ko" ox roiifettned. patronage/
WOULD MAKE I health to Luwnrm' Market & irhool, credit for the Idea. Mlddleburg, a boy William Bruceon II .In. further, ordered, that IhiNr the
of his
fort for the exhibit. opening jewelry
ax a backdrop ,,
December 17. ltr P. hi lsh'uI
Cold Storajt"e.I At the they have $1.700 >r<<< "pu" oncw oach week
A Really Luxurious present I
I The design will portray lift* In of for four consecutive weeks In Ih..1Ih'uJr..tI shop.
Don D. Hill
for than worth of butter alone In their Mr. ,
Why-.bec8use more
GIFT County Tol"I< 'aph. a
XMAS : I Industrial and ,recreational. rarke, jl."lrl.'endy Lee on i of rineral I c'lrrtilatlitniMiblifhfcl t
I a WHpapir *
three La.wnon'8 have stored [storage boxes for the schools.
For Someone Who I yean < : most all of the perishable food- In addition to their retail December 18. ,
Really Matters appyCHRISTMAS stuffs served! the county's five 'wholesale and cold storage business City Tax Collections ida.I I 'att>d -this. I Slim, day of Imcember, & Happy New Year
A I' TM-!
school cafeterias fr'e--8s! a pub. Law on's operate a very up- Total $11,041.09City CORRECTION: ( (OKF1C1ATt'HAL..) A J. Thomaw, To All
lie service. to-date curing: and smoking plant. In last week's paper It wa3 i.I Clerk of Circuit ('..urt.I
Askfora for the Santa rvailfonl l County.? .''''.rhhl.
stated that
II. A. Lawson owner, summedIt Last year the five man plant tax, collections for 1940 are candy By haven t'ronby. I.. C.
demonstrationi up this way: smoked and cured 120.000 pound slightly ahead of last year accordIng Claus parade was furnished by H. 1.1. C. ,\'kln.' -- .1. C. Adkin, Jr..
.A. T (otisin .Tr Tt _should havfe
"A first we stored one thing and of pork- -an average of 9fl poundsper to Carl Johns city clerk. : '
nth tt
b en"-
Sincere good wishes tor then another ftr them as a favor. person In Bradford county! $10,509:; i plus discounts. amount- said, however, t

but as the cafeterias expanded and Lawson's smoking: room Is capable Ins to Xt 17.0.1: total of candy was furnished l by the Lions
continued began feeding more students we I of handling S.ono pounds of meat Club of which Mr. Bishop Is presi
11011.09 has been collected
Christmas wish to each of saw that the few reach-In freezers 'ut one time. through November of this year.up dent. | Merry Christmas 1 1S

BRADFORD' they had. were becoming The plant which Is located on Last year's tax collections amounted HCIIEIU7I.KCHANGED

you.CLAR I dent to handle their Inlluffl'l Washington Ave. Is valued Ht approximately to $10.7)5.16) at the end TRAIN

JEAN we allow them to bring In : $60,000 and was builtIn of November 1918. And

COUNTY thing from butter to raisins. It's 1016. Johns. urged the tax payers to Miss Annie F.. Darby. Starke I
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take advantage of the 3 percent Agent for the Seaboard Railroad.

Seventh Cent Gasoline Tax Fund DiscussedAs discount offered If paid before announces the following/ schedule
231: I E. Call Street New
TELEGRAPH December and the 2 percent discount changes effective Dec. 16: | Happy Year

Starke, Flit.Don't Commissioners Meet With Road Officials If (paid In January. SOtTHBOirNI? |

No. 1 due Starke 11:33: P.M.,
Secondary road costructlon In to Conner Bridge;: the road between West Coast.
State Sends S.O.S.
Bury Your Dead Animals Bradford county was given a short nwtey and Kingslry Lake, No. 9 due Starke 10:50: P.M., << At

In the arm lust week when a pro. And the road from Brookcr to NewRlv..r For Auto Tag Funds East Coast. i ,

Free, Prompt. Sanitary Removal of DeadHorww gram of the State Road Department and on to Conner Bridge. I, No. 7 due Starke 9:27: A.M.,

Mules or Cattle. Call Our rhoiiii on Secondary Roads assistance Und,'r the new plan 80 per cent Residents of Bradford county East. & West Coast.NORTHBOUND.

Operator. At Our Eprni, !Starko' 189. If was accepted by the State of the money derived from the have been requested to purchase NOTICE *

You Hate Ulfflnulty Call Our Jacksonville Association of County Commissioners seventh cent gas tax plus. the Fed- i their 19AO auto tags as soon as No. 2 due Starke 4:33: A.M.

DUke, Ph. .-5. OO Day, Night or Holiday. In Tallahassee. Dec. IS. I I', rat Aid Secondary allocations-- I, possible. due to the serious finsnclal No. 10 due Starke 6:15: A.M.

Eight Bradford county officials previously being spent solely at the I I status of the State of Flo No. 8 due Starke 6:16: P.M. c We Will Be Closed All Day
attended the special meeting of the.,I discretion of the State Road De- rida". STARKE-WANNEE BR.\NCII I December iJ
'' Monday 26.
l Doctor Inlet, Fla. Ph. Orange Park tl9 county commissioners county attorneys pnitmentand the 80 per cent Word was received Tuesday In a No. 101 leaves Starke 7 A.M. p ,

and clerks of court of all Surplus' Gas Tax will be allocatedfor l telegram addressed to J, R. Kel- No. 102 arrives Starke 2 P.M. Also Tuesday, December 27, For ,

Florida counties in Tallahassee the developement of the secondary lv, tax collector from Arch Livingston Daily except Sundays.

whore the program was adopted. roads within the counties. motor vehicle commissioner G Purpose of Taking Inventory ,

rJ ;:i .. 4 Those attending the meeting i i I Moreover the money will be distributed that license, plate receipts ff

0' from Starke Included: Sen. Charley between the counties on be forwarded to Tallahassee "at -

-- E. Johns Rep. J. P. Roberts a fixed formula so that every the earliest possible. date" ft ,

I i1 e 4jv -- Clerk of Court A. J. Thomas, county would know the amount of The telegram which was sent JOLLY) TIMEFOR I
I County Attorney II. V. Knight, revenue It would receive from this to each county followed a requestby TOUR Slade Gas Co. ,

) Sheriff P. D. Reddish and County source and could budget accord the State Cabinet. HOLIDAY FUPJOLLyI.WY9

---j : I Commissioners Ira Wilson 1O.. ingly.In ... POPS ft .. .
TY'' P----- and E. L. Crawford Three Starke, Fla. ,
.: the opinion of Si-n. Charley Bank Redecorated
I hundred county officials representing Johns "Although the new (programwill &I.ME! POP CORN:

all but one Florida county bring approximately a badly The Florida Bank at Starke. began __ n_

jv were present at the two-hour session. needed JOO.OOO In addition to what painting and repairing last .

I we have been getting from the two week, getting( ready for the New **

The program which Involves tho sources It will block any attemptsto Year V -.

.J.. GREETINGS seventh rent gas: tax will go Into petition for additional funds.fi According to \V. B. Sewe'l. bAnk Flou'ers WiredAnywhere FREE SS

i .. I effect after Jan. 1 according to other words". he added S9O.OOO president! most of the Interior Is o DELIVERY

A. A. McKeathen\ Chairman of the Is 1lot it is more than we have being done over' outside. woodwork i I

iI I NEIGHBOR State Road Department. been getting but It also standsto ,Is to be given two costs of dark is WVJ d.f'J ,

,b "- Among the I loads In Bradford be all we will be able to get a green and Venetian blinds will be PHONE JF1JOJ PHONE

county considered for Improve year, and Bradford county roads "ddf-d Additional plumbing and

Earl's Garage ment are the! Drownlce Road, I could l stand an awful lot of re repair work Is also being conm- 218 218 ,

which runs from Stark northwest (pair" pleted.
u The work which Is being done TilE IDEAL GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS ,

Windo-- by local .contractors Is expectedto
11- "Senatorial Courtesy" Goes Out be completed before the first AT THECOLONIAL


TWICE AS EASY-TWICE AS FAST I I State Senator Charley E. Johns. his appreciation for Its vote We wish CARD to express OF THINK our deep appreciation FLORIST

whose district comprises Bradford So he arranged for the ship. I to our many friends for ,

nnd Union Counties, Is really or ment of fish and sot up quite u their words and deeds; of sympathy YOU WILL FIND

the ball when It comes to securing celebration to come off when the and for the beautiful flowers \

New Ton! Refill Kit. New Photo fish to restock the lakes In his district fish arrived and were placed In a ft the death of our father OwenV. DISTINCTIVE CHRISTMAS CREATIONS

Method Direction, show how according to a story told by Clay county lake. Cooley.-.Walter C. and W F.Cooley. .
Tom now waves many type of j Jim Massey. Jacksonville Journalpolitle.1 AT LOWEST PRICES
Came the day and Sen. Smith I
hair In as little a* **)) minutes.
___ I writer had everything
arranged. People

.100 :i iI In his column last Saturday Massey were there In large numbers said"Nope the they're for Sen. Smith:' Blooming Polled Plants Azaleas Begonias Poin-

said: 'This Is as good a place County officials, too. And Smith driver so the story goes ,.

CampUle Set New Ton! SPIN an any to tell the story of how a had a speech prepared.At. "Well. I've had my order" In setlias Cyclamen Violets Complete Assortment of .
fellow senator rooked Sen. Slater longer than Sen. Smith. Johns ,
Curler No more rubber band the appointed hour no
-all platic! "all-m-one'.l.ripj* \ Smith, Green Cove Springs out of After waiting some more flllh.\\Is reported a* saying adding: Cut Flowers Dish Gardens .. Centerpieces Corsages iI

I spins lo..k. situ a Hick of( a carload of fish," and proceededto the people left. Other drifted a-! "Tell you what I'll do. I'll put '

the b1\it.J. 412!) 1 tell the following tale: way. Finally. Smith was alone in It the Is fish In In Crystal lake. Half of .Arrangements Memorial Wreaths for the Cemetery "
my county half In Sen.
LC i .1. .,, .Itl They weren't eatln' fish just his vigil. Smith' Then both of will be
lVpIdkI3OKOCH fingerlings from tie. state hatcheries Desperate he called the hatchery I us
happy. SPECIAL Gladioli 49c dozenCYNTHIA
but I IBR.Dt'OJU
at that highly desiredby Yes, the fish had been sent But not Sen. Smith He till

DRUG STORE the Clay county solon. by truck. But when the truck has In an order for those bass !

Soon after his election. Smith passed through Starke Sen. Char flngerllngs. SCIIMITT 402 NONA ST.

STKEt FLA. wanted to da something as a senator Icy Johns saw It. thought they "And I'll personally detour the

I to show his home county were a shipment he had ordered. I truck around Starke" he said. -"' _


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.1.nn ona" Once A Certain Carpenter Said Looking At The Next Ten Years I

I I Ian ON.In.. By Ruiwell KayThere 'er, they're delicious", And peo- 1ld all this for you, It's a good lit The next ten years will bring "The Federal Government H harmless, ones like gaxpipe chnlrw.
"&1 old about a 'pie bought/ tie business and It's growing, I'm more economic acclivity and less certain to Institute some kind ol and escalator hemlines, meaningless
' 'rL. an story His little business grew like awt'.d. taking you In as a partner and I psychological security, a noted national health program. The already ones like dietary superstition
" ., man who lived by the side of the More and more people when I retire It will be all yours". Ameilcun historian has predicted prohibitive and steadily rising dangerous ones like the Ku
I irt.rk.., road and aold hot dogs. His hear bought his hot dogs and because "But father", the Ron said <.\,, There will bo better housing, cost of medical and hospital Klu Klan.
ing was poor so he had no radio. they were pleased. told others. So "Haven't you been listening: to higher taxes, some kind of socialized care l I" forcing It to. Any federally "The mind under such ttn***
He had trouble with his eyes so he Increased his bun and meat the radio? Don't you read the i iI medicine, and a rise In rentlessness aaslNted health program Is sure always shown two tendencies.
'tr.Va. he did not read the newspapers. order. Still the business grew newspapers. There's a big depression pleasure-seeking, and an to be a mixture of systems, like which at. first glance seem con
But he sold mighty good hot dogs. until he had to enlarge his stand on. The European situation Increased Interest In religion, says our banking system which runs tradictory.. People combat Insecurity .
1I4UIII He was friendly and courteous So many customers came that he Is terrible, The domestic sit- Bernard DeVoto, Pulitzer Prizewinner all the way from wholly private by trying to lose themselves -
too and gave his customers good ser couldn't take care of them by himself nation Is worse. UnemploymentIs leather and critic. Writing to wholly public financing: In Immediate pleasures anti
.Ii! vice. He put up attractive signs ao he hired a man to cook growing by leaps and bounds. recently In Redbmik Magazine, he through a source of mixtures of by cultivating valued :which they
..y- on the highway telling how good and a girl to hop cats Then he The state Is broke and can't pay Slot predicted the Important both In varying proportions. believe to be permanent. We rev
on his hot dogs were. He put a bought a fine new stove." He was It's bills. Business Is stagnant, V THE changes that the "peacetime "The characteristic which have expect Americans to be more
'ctlirr modest ad In the local newspaper, happy and making money. I production is falling off and- the I' OF SfTvUSHPM-HA< IMSPiREP/WAK' c IMP FOR AUJ c'Eunt.! TlC TORV n<* draft" will. make In education made the" world think of the compulsive about their pleasures
ItVlor telling the same story and ran it Then his son came home from country Is going to pot". 6'tORtOt . every day. He stood on the side college. Proud of his growing Whereupon, the father thought, CAS 'VJI'T14 14I RVErEN'T C1tMMg... "One overmastering fact today mercurial people will be intensified night-clubs, more variants of ;VIE*,
' of the road and cried to passing!business and happy to have his' "Well, my son's been to college. ___ .-1 AAII.J U-S COM t 5A'SO.J affects every life and every swl- Some of them will find the more vacations, more devotion to
'11or motorists: "Have a hot dog, mU- boy home, the man said, "Son, I' He Is educated and understand OF "WE fclTSSEP SAVIOURS BiRt. ety: the alignment of nation strain too m\lch--the curve of the radio and the movie, moreprizefights
'IN.I1.' these things. He listens to the k". ./ PACEAp LOVE ANDrJP't that nm put Russia and the neurotic illness will go on rising. sailing, hunting:,
, XMAS:' OK CHRISTMAS? radio and reads the newspapersand : ,' gti4PN'J' United States. In deadly oppositionto Them will be a greater liability gambling, skiing, even more bird-
he certainly ought to know lI --f: eMctcLE ALL 44! SAWT+4'sl 4- each other Our fear of the future to tads and mawi movements walking".
1'If\. :Moody Bible Institute Chicago) So the father immediately began 'V1vfl 'Ji. opposition will become war. That REFLECTIONS; : ON CHRISTMAS:
Mil Ours Is a hurried age. In keeping with this rapid mordern tempo to curtail. He had ordered a 7"\. \ IIii I C I possibility Is real and will continue .
'nttty is the use of the word "Xmas" for Christmas. The question rises In new counter and some more stools for n long time, and it I Is, the "I have always thought of Christmas Tim!. as a good time: a
'1'. many minds whether such a substitution Is consonant with a proper but he called up the supply house ir : most powerful factor In the psychic kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasent time; the only time when men
...n degree of rev..rfonceJ' The answer depends on what the "X" in Xmas and cancelled the order. Then he Insecurity that affects all and women seem by one consent. to open their shut-up hearts freely
I"h. Indicates as to our attitude toward the Christ of Christmas.The cut down on his bun and meat Ameilcana. and t say, God tiluHH lt"! Charles Dickens
, order. He fired the cook and the "The 'peacetime draft' Is already
'- "X" in Xmas often indicates the elimination of Christ from Another Christmas: Season him, rolled, around; and It finds a world
" 1, car hop and phoned the newspaper II fact and will last as long as the
"Ifj Christmas It would almost seem, as though a conspiracy were on still In need (.f the principles of faith, loyalty and charity It t I"
,j- telling them to atop his ad 'armed! truce lints. The present
foot to obliterate the sacred significance of Christmas from the minds law IK makeshiftand well that we pause to think of the meaning of this season, to feel a-
,.. vertising. He took down his road an emt'I'gt'ney ,
,i4 I and hearts of people. Santa Claus crowds out Jesus Christ. Our modern signs and quit standing on the will be supeisedud' by a more i new the riding tide of love and compassion for our fellowmen; to
-IIr Christmas Is in need of being depagnnized through being re- highway inviting people to sample orderly permanent, system. Think scrk again those /gri'iu simplicities which the Child! brought with Him.

..'II"I.,( Christianized his hot dogs. of what it will do tl) our educational No king was so proud and mighty that he did not deem it fitting
,-. The "X" In Xmas is vividly suggestive of the algebraic X standing Sales fell off over night Depressed njstem. Military training :I that he himself should travel to see the Child. No gift In royal coffers
for an unknown quantity. There are multitudes of people to whom the old man became muly, I IC will bl tied UI In some way nt was so rich or so rare that It could be withheld as an offeringto
'1' Christ la unknown. Many through no fault of their own have nevereven he was discourteous pave poor __ _62A 4g present not predictable with the :I this blessed Babe Ski kings came from many lands with many
\1. heard of Him. But there are countless others who give no heed service and was so chincy with ____ __ g'4p schools and colleges, It will be. ,'camels in brilliant trnppliiRfi. They came and knelt, bestowing gifts,
served that the few : flexible In ord'r to keep Interference
portions customers ; i
to the religious opportunities spread them on every hand. X for \ ; minimum, before Miiry. Jonvph and the Child and the Three Wise Men who
them at
he had left began to com with a
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Christ fails to elicit from their hearts the faintest ripple of Interest. 'I hud' been first to know that He was In the manger.
plain. but it will add at lonst a year to
They are content to let Christ remain an unsolved X which they You're right, son", th, old 1 man :.1: I tin' usiiiil educational. term. j'I So the world'srlchea were laid at the feet of the Infant Jesus, But
have neither the tncinatlon nor the ability to solve said gloomily, "we certainly are jtr; I 'c "A few high-placed military/ men all lie grew In stature and wisdom worldly things became of diminishing -
N The X In Xmas, Is strikingly suggestive of the multiplication in bang smack In the middle of the now understand that democratUu- worth to Him; and more and more zealously He sought the
Yr.. Christ of all that makes for moral and spiritual enrichment of life worst depression I've ever experienced tlon of the services, will be necessary simple' bounty In men's fmul, Then, when the words of God were
.1 (Col 2:9,10; Rom. 8:32: ; II Cor 9:15): ) X standing for Christ may be ." and greater Initiative unit. 'spoken tn Him, lie forsook all values lens than' Faith and Love and
raised to the nth power as expressive of the boundless life joy, peace A mile or no down the road another flexibility of thought to the technicians Honor, and these became His philosophy religion teaching
and love to be found In Him. When- we take Jesus Christ Into our chap opened a hot dog stand they will need In such This Christmas commenxiiates the dutn. of His birth- not without
hearts we multiply the finite In us by the infinite resources of our all- He had good! hot dogs, gave excel- large/ numbers sadnens For, If His plrit were truly In men's hearts. Intolerance
lent service, was courteous and! rollt of our young men will beN
sufficient Saviour. would b.. lifted from us, and brotherly love would reign.
attentive to customers 1 and he did ,) accustomed to what the American
Shall we abandon the use of Xmas for Christmas Yes if the X Thin Christmas, let there be a til our hearts that His word
3 land office business. He wm HO Medical Association callssoclallriHl prayer
means the elimination of Christ from life. No, If the X the
bn re-heiird and remembered around the world.
busy and makirg so much money I I'j medicine that It will
multiplication of life in Christ. that ha didn't have time to think 1 seem natural and orthodox to,
bout the European situation or them They will get various. preference -
the domestic situation or unemployment ( .,_ ; ,4% or subsidies, In business, ..r ?
He hired tho cook and : 1n-0 I housing, bunking and Insurance.
car-hop the old man hud! filed, c'c5 C WASI4gD 0.5cvlz Hy the end of ten years all these
I bought a new stove and built up AL K1146 rgop facts will have pioduced sizable I
the biggest business In the area. HOLY FAMII.V Lwec ov1'r ttnnHforniatloiui In our national I
g His son who had never been to life
I college worked with him and helped I ---- - ---- "Young women will gain un advantage
build up the business On the other hand If we permit .)n us". of a year or mole over i
A long time ago, an itinerant ourselves to get all hopped up You and I and OUl' neighbor can young men In business and the
; ,Carpenter told the world that and upset over situations over .worry and talk this, country Intoa professions On the other hand, I rt1Is
% L1 "As a man thlnketh, so he is", It which we have no control If we depression and It will be ai they must accept the filet that'
Is as true today as it ,was then build up fears and prejudices and tough and heart-breaking as we nuirrliigo' will bv subject to now
1)) It we have faith and courage and !spend our time thinking/ all the visualize It, If we neglect doing conditions There will be unpie-
do our work the bent we know terrible. things that may happen, the things we are supposed to do dictability of movement. and the "
0 g how, if we are cheerful and friendly we usually bring on the troubles und spend our time spreading fear threat of long separations How
and !give good measure, we will we have anticipated. For the Car. and alarm The best way to avoid ever, the economic basis of mar
prosper and be happy and because penter also told us that "Th.. a depression Is to quit thinkingand luge will bo surer than it has
c we are too busy to worry I J things we feared would come up- talking about one. i been.

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miDAY. DECEMBER: 29. 1919Danger

annual Santa Claus parade on the The Ideal Christmas tree Is the
designed -
card was
Of Loss By Fire Greater On Farm .. ,' ," "o'.: : r ground that It was "merely a dis- The first 1845.Chrlsmas fir, because of Its tendency to hold
I ... I. ,i //I. Scar &ll.t/uma I play of grotesque and vulgar buf in Its needles longer.
i' ) .111 ,,I.i,7 i,7 : to .
: which have come a e
Than In City, Says Demonstration Agent \ : ,' /;/ Z/ foonery." A prominent Journalist In Polnsotti'-.s decorations
tit f fl /acted. Rio de Janeiro fostered a move. be a "must" for.Chrlttmas A final step In trimming the
Danger of loss of life by fire flre.r>rotl'rtlon and l to the gn'lIternumbt'r :" en carne Conlinue.J P"zzt ment to do away with Santa Claus owe their mime and popularityto Christmas tree Is frosting It with

Is greater In a farmhouse than of fire hazards on farms, ':.. ,'V', \' ;iile6!i"" ,;;' I 1IIIy / (Papa Noel\) In Brazil and substitute an early American diplomat Roberts fluffy snow. A simple and popular
that. too many I botanist and scholar-Joel form of snow U ordinary soap
in a city home, according to this It III equally true II Y Sc/'ofarJ a toy-bearing grandfather t
National FIe Protection Association rural residents fall to practice fjftr' ,'" I' Illotl(' Indian In Mexico City the minister Polnsett, '\
.4 understand, but
difficult to
Its ilea.'I
Miss Dorothy Roes common sense in their daily llv \ ,;/ / : of education recommended that the cI; 'r
snyit :1' I a
the genial spirit of Christmas ;a <
\ I 1" 'fJ Once again Christendom the Aztec god Quelzalcoatl, Instead of I f**" - TH T* "ir
habits. ,. \ sees -
Home: Demonstration Agent ing ,
i'\ Ili JdII Claus himself, hasn't always
t, : Santa
of Tho woiflt of tho situation is \ \ i t .l'j1O' / Star of Bethlehem and, like the St. Nick, should bring gifts to chil fi'----
merit Agriculture. C t hud It There have been occasions
ei easy
The NKPA says l 110 : ''IiI\ Wise Men' of old rejoices with exceeding dren.
On the bnnis of fire fatalities unnecessary \ a I when laws or traditions or I
11 period, that most of these deaths ate great joy. curbs In the field of opinion, Santa has !!
during certain Gift
M ported year r'' wl4ellllen.\ r / regulations have put t to You
the NFPA estimates that at percent of rural fires are caused Astronomers have discounted possibilities on the old gentleman. Here are encountered some detractors A Our
li-ist 23: percent more liven were I by the hazards which could have :'." .\ \ \\I\Io I'' ,;f'ltj1' t that the star may have some examples' : Prof. Ivan E, McOouiile. sociologistat
been eliminated but theyweren't. / been a natural phenomenon since Goucher college, Baltimore, declared
!lost In dwelling fires In rural sections In Newark N. J., Santa Is required t\
II.. ouch phenomena occur too far from : "The Santa Claus myth has
than In similar fires In urban .I.. :.. a.. { to pass a stiff physical ex- '
farm fire \ ;r .... A the earth to serve as any sort of lived too long. Parents should substitute : '
districts. All of the principal .. before he In "
.. umlnatiun can serve
local guide. Modern opinion la. how I philosophy"-whatever that .
For children, the percentaged hazards could be removed. These a department store. And even then ;Ji,' .. ..- if'
Inclined hold there Is.
ever to that
wasa '
between rural and ur- ', hitZHids are: negligence in handling I he Is barred from kissing any of r-<< j : '; '- .
Legend not only has Identifiedthe Star although the story prob- A Toronto psychiatrist got In his .:
careless smoking i
matches his ;0 .
The ; the child.enl.ho perch .
bnn areas wan even greater. upon
Vvlse Men as Gaspar, Melchior ably has been touched by Oriental blast. "It ehuuld be made clear to ,
came NFPA study shows that ut habits; defective chimneys and and Balthaiar 1has crowned imagery j I knee. children" le said, "that Santa << 'Sk : ,
children heating plants; sparks falling on I S. C., San-
Joist 80 percent more them and given them the kingdoms St Matthew suggests that even In Char slon charity Claus Is not necessarily a real man
]rat their lives In rural dwelling flammable wooden roofs; \link of of Tninui Arabia and the Wise Men may have lost sight las have been forbidden. to make any more than any other characterout ,f' :
fires adequate lightning rod protection Ethiopia. It nun symbolized their of the star while they were In Jerusalem i a pitch on public streets on the of a story book." \.t. iI
carelessness" mid nrrummulatlon of rubbish I grounds that children flocking: In to
Blaming I
hence whenIt
they rejoiced
of what Jesus ;
gifts as symbolic
the underlying cause of virtually In Closets, attics, and other see them may create a traffic ;r
as was to bt'come-Ioid for a king,, reappeared to their vision as f "JJ'+c Pea,lte ,4u,4lao .
all fires, Percy nufchee, places. frankincense for' u high priest and they approached the Manger of I
of the NFPA, I The greatest hazard of nil Is 9
general manager for physician Bethlehem. I
myrrh a great Wile
C Say ,
"iiy8, "Although some of the greatIc ,the Indifference to tire which The Gospel text's specific wisemen Come to think of It, astronomers II .
of life In rural arena can ba breed carelessness concerning have sought astronomically
s from the p.nt. logically Identifies an authentic -I .11te'ntJ (14.(4,44" ,
attributed to lack of organized the causes of fire then) with Zoroastrtanism star -and found It not; I ,

'_. ---- "",, db ancient monotheistic religion ol historians human have Jesus sought of an Nazarethand historically I ,, "'S Rojdestvom Xrlstovym." pledge of friendship goodwill ,
j TH-"IiI-"IiI- (- -Ww- -- -- -P* -- 0 Persia. Zoroastrian priests were I are still arguing whether or That's what a Russian would say 'A ,

called public Magi and;private they were life since powerfulIn they, not they have found Him: even to you If yuu were in Russia on genuine desire to serve ,
zealous theologians striving. to Christmas day and he wished to extend sand
and they alone, possessed the
harmonize messianic and eschatological the reason's greetings. KELLY
Vrtik priestly mysteries involved in the J. R. 1.JO
M'sIi of' theories with the Illusive The phrase Is the Russian's way fJ
ri worship Mazda-who represented I
the Zoroastrlan power for historical and human Jesus, have of saving: "Merry Christmas" \\
good. sometimes lost sight of the Babein In the past the Russian's Christmas -
the Manger Who from His lowly I was closely associated with oJI
g'-6 a The Magi may or may not have stable draws unto Himself all who his church; but how the day is observed .
been fabulously wealthy: St. Mat- I are weary and heavy-laden. (hazard. And in Washington a few I now that the religious life
thew does not elaborate their Pressing close to that sacred !years ago, when the postmaster has been subjugated In the Soviet
1?< HARTFUNITURE CO. fl7 treasure, nor the amount of gold, : Manger, Christendom glimpses the general was asked to print a Santa I one would have to be behind the I lIlt. H J
/ 80 :Starke.:' *V frankincense' and myrrh which Star' of Bethlehem once more and Claus stamp at Christmas time he ",ron curtain"' to know ,
'hauon.er H.wat.Kq C\ they presented to the Christ Child. rejoices In the light of righteousness rejected the proposal I with a scorn B :-t It was nut always like that .
p The gifts may have been mere and peace which has con ful. "I should say not!I" In other. days the K '8811.n. l'hl'l.1malt
tokens of their treasures, or the quered every tyranny that evil men Outside the USA., Santa has I Shad was much like the t'luiimlan, / // ,
'ttj sum and substance thereof. could think of, the light that trouble, too. In Montreal' Can- There was a Santa Clans known HI
And If they were soothsayers, shintth In the darkness and ahall "1". an Influential organization "D dushk... (Moioand, their urn ,.
(j mystics and possibly! clairvoyantsthey not fail. ht ualjut.tidingof the city's j traditional uu'ts of red onoix' tin 'I
were aMo truly wise-In as chlldien: und "golden, glppci, rut "
much as they did not return to IN MEMORIAM: young girl \ ,
G Herod, but departed Into their own Green Cove Springs: FluDecember : In certain, put tn ut, the country ,
country by a different route. I the 'babouihka". leiMiidmuthpri' \ ) ,
11, 1910 I \
was the 1 li? end.irv.. dispenner of \
Dear Mr. Matthews: I II Kifts Accm'd'ng to IMP story. she !IJIlI1h1I1'' ,
I I will appreciate It If you will publish this In your next Issue of the I repented of iinki'i'lne' and e\rr << : ) \ ,

Bradford County Telegraph. This piece Is copied entirely from an I since has triced tn incite amend 'I\\ Q
old autograph album belonging to my Great Grandmother This book I bv distrilMitmj tilts to children:\ at ,'I

I was bought by her at Newnansvllle, Fla on August 21.: 1858. Many Chrlstm !/ ,. / iJU

of the oldest residents of Starke have written in this album while ,
pupils In the private school which she
taught.Thank I \ (
you so much Louis R. Dean Ii I\ .
Dorothy Claire Klckliter :l11i !

""Written To :My Little Boy-Marlon L. Johns. when three .tears'
old by III.Ioth..r: Addle!' A. Johnn." BOOKKEEPING: I

In memory of Marlon L, Johns, born December 17, I860; passed a- SERVICE
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My winsome one, my handsome one, my darling little b/>y, S

of thy mother, and thy father's chiefest joy;
D ; iI The heart's pride 120 So. Walnut St. .
Come ride upon my shoulder, come sit upon my knee; ,! STAKKE, FLORIDA ,
And prattle all the nonsense that I love to hear from thee;

i rP'LaUE-'L ) With thine eyes of merry lustre, and thy pretty lisping tongue, g.. This is a happy occasion I

And thy heart that evermore lets out Its humming happy song; ,
thousand tricks 10 gleesome, whlclj: I heir without annoy- <= "
I With thy I
) which to extend
to- soul, darling little boy. t (6) on
Y\ ; Come to my arms ccme my my
END OF rilE RAl' BOW The t
fairest one, they say that later years :
My winsome one my *
rainbow or at leant one human desire to all our friends our ,
and tears
for bitter grief
had fulfillment at the end Will sometimes change a parent's hope ;
when Judy Sue Warnrhauer found But thou so innocent, canst thou be aught but what thou art, I .
i herself fare to flee with the doll And all this bloom of feeling with the 'bloom of face depart I g sincere wishes for 9G
of her drll'amand It was the veryare Canal thou this tabernacle fair, when God reign! bright within
she wanted for Christmas.r Profane like Judah's children, with the pagen rites of sin? a season of 9K

OF CHRISTMASJ No no, so much I'll cherish thee, so clasped we'll be In one, I, '
6I; '-'-- That bugbear quilt shall only get the father with the son; !Lu1iW ; bright prosperity, ,

<< And thou, perceiving that the grief must me at leant destroy I .
6I Will still be fair and Innocent, my darling little boy. r abundant health and ,
<< .4eatc) on QartfjQooaliU 1 1I .My gentle one, my blessed one, can that time ever \be,
,When I to thee shall be severe, or thou unkind to me? s enduring happiness.d0f012L' I
Can any change which time may bring, this glowing passion wreckOr
< to ftlcn" '. clench with rage the little hand now fondling round my neck ?

Can this community of sport to which love brings me down :
'S 'i Give way to anger's kindling' glance and hate's malignant frown? 71 I I

I No- no, that time can ne'er arrive, for, whatsoe'er befall.
<< Reign unchallenged 4" ,This heart shall wholly be thine own, or shall not be at all;

I ,And to nn offering like this thou ranst not e'er be coy. G
{{ in this world for- j But still will be my faithful and my gentle little boy. 11eetings, I ("

Is My winsome one, my gallant one, so fair so happy now, t I
ever more .JL07.L'
<< AmerLawson's CordialGreetings With thy bonnet set so proudly upon thy shining brow. ,
With thy fearless bounding motion, and thy laugh of thoughless /glee. ,
II({ .' dll So circled' by a father's love which wards each ill\ from thee.

'! Can I suppose another time when this shall all be o'er, S R. JOHNS ,
0 { And thy cheek shall wear the ruddy badge of happiness no more; :
,When all who now delight In thee far elsewhere shall have: /gone p
IIIII J : And thou shall pllgrlmlze through life unfriended and alone, GROCERY 9
i Without an aid to strengthen or console thy troubled mind
/II Save the memory of the love of those who left thee now behind.Oh i .

/, OUR FRIENDS let me not awake the thought but In the present blest J

1111 AND:' :NEIGHBORS I Make thee a child of wisdom and to heaven bequeath the rest, r.3,

g For rather let me Image: thee, In sunny future days.

LEILA'S Out doing every deed of mine and wearing brighter bays; c;
With less to dull thy fervency of recollected pain I"J

Cold Storage & Market DRESS SHOPPE .And more, to animate thy course of glory and of gain;
i ifare
: A home as happy shall be thine and I too shall be there .H
(U STAKKE, FI.A. Airs.! \V. It. :Slundy The blnisings. purchased by thy worth In peace and love to share: ; t

lie .. .. .. n.I ._ _.... ..._. Shall see within thy beaming eye my early love repaid, \} 'l' '\
t:) j : = .y And every til of falling life a bliss by kindness made '''' :;;;. II
Shall thee thy son, then sitting on thy knee .
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S I Twelfth Annual Candelight VespersAt cant are as follows: Nathan T. H. .. '"r.ti ,
McNelll: David. B. C. Holtzendorf:
Presbyterian Church, December 25thThe Jacob Rev, Bertram Simmons; 4i1fOOKIES 1 : V3teTIONl Christmas

Rachel wife of Nathan Miss Lucille 5
twelfth annual Candlelight Schubert.: Miss Evelyn Stump. soloist OF i
Mitchell Llllta daughter of -

at Vesper the! First Service Presbyterian will be presented Church, chosen' from as her the selection Senior Choir the tender baa' Nathan and Rachel: .Miss Margaret. 'ANDIES & /ltVmCt.At f : .Jp ,
I' HOBO Duncan; Gaspard Charles / 1 1. lof"
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SundRY, December 25th. at p m. and poignant "No Cradle WasThp.re .1-
!Shepherd" ; Melcholr CharlesKnight N .z" v, ./ -
As has been the custom in former1yeltra I| and No Fire" by Lehman. ; Balthazar Merle GrlderCJiibrlel. ThUS TMA S / "'.: .
will be
the program oppn..lIlbv i| Remembering again that Christ- ,
,, Mack Futch; Mary MissHazel 0
an organ preludn and the lightIng mm does not belong to our nation TO OUR FRIENDS
Fields MeRae -
; Joseph Bnrnoy ',
, l of many tall white candles, af-1:alone thp English: ; customs of celebrating three Mica Lou SGets.
, 1 I ; angels Mary I Inur8hlm..r.
t.r, which Dr. J Warren Kaufman1 Christmas will be Santa's pack, your stock of minutes, or until dune. Let stand
will load/ the congregation In ai I'' by ]Mrs John Schoenem pr."en'tpd nn. nnd Mrs Fred Mrs.Sellcy Geoigc: Star Miller.of LIKE goodies, should be plentiful five minutes on cake rack, then remove again Christmas and Santa has rolled Claus around with round once ( Kopelousos
Christmas prayer. "There's a Song|(who will and Interesting. Since calleri from pan leaving paper attached
remembered Miss 1fJ.i!
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Ilethioheni 11111'11 Marlon McRae.; until ccady to Cool.. red checks jolly smile and chunkyflltU..e t
In the Air", by Harrington will FRY YarbrouRh, a former memberof will be a. much: present as hotly serve
I nnd five little stars!, Frances LteDnrohimer looks the same ns he did
in clean cloth and store In
by the Junior Choir. and gifts during the holidays, do Wrap a '
be aung the Senior Choir. this.the ,
Anne Hunch, Lynn tin container to keep moist. nearly PO) years ago
,! of cakes and cookies
baking :
the Senior Choir your
by Senior
Music sung Choir will sing two His Thomas Nast
t3'P'i creator was
Davis Betty Jean Schmltt and cupboard will be ready for The liquid may be water or left
will include the following numbers: ically English compositions, "Cov.entty so your one of America's greatest cartoonists
i tiny Mary Schmitt. :Members of over coffee.
"0 Holy Night", by Adams; Cradle Caiol" and "We Three] Kingsof : the !Senior" Choir will provide background any who might drop In. Kris Krlngle cookies are a tasty During the early IBUO'i he was G '
Song of the Shepherds", Glatz Orient Are", both of which were mimic for this Home-made delicacies served asked to Illustrate Clement Clark
plAY. concoction of dates and nuts. II
"Beside, Thy Cradle'1. during Christmas and New Year'sare Moore's Visit to St.
Folk-song] ; arranged by Harold Gcer poem A
The will be toa stored In a tightly covered container DOW(7
proeram> brought as heart-warming as the pound
"Shepherds Shake Off The Nicholas better! known to '
Bach us as
by ; remaining portion of the
will ke-' moist for several
quiet clone by Dr. Kaufman's: of the yule log crackling on the they p
'Twas Th Nl ht Bcfote Christmas PUT THIS
Your Drowsy Sleep" Bmuncon piogrnm will be devoted lo> thepresentation -
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I benediction and John Stainer'a unsurpassed hearth. It you have a fruit cake "
The result Santa Claus
Nouvelet" and Cor "
Carol; "Noel : of !;Ita" In thellast' was
1 "Sexrnfold Amen"Member a variety of cookies and perhaps a Kris Krlngle Cookie
nelius, "Christmas Song", arrang..d a very beautiful' little playin of the .Tumor Choir few candies and If you serve these <(Makes< 30 balls) I I.' we know him. fiN YOUR LITTLE BOOK /
by Da.m roach. In which the I, two acts by Karin SundulofAshbrnnd !Santa's! creator" was born In
Rose Ptmrnn. t.vnn with a festive beverage you will 1 cup butter rookie crumb S49f
soprano solo will be rendered by ; This is the simple story : have In < salt BavarIa In 1810. son uf A musk, *
Dnvls, Connie Jones. France Cal !Miss Gnrnlta Hutto. jet ever new of the three humble holiday cheer to those who cometo !. teaspoon baking powder dun In a lljvarlan army: band.Wiit'n ;.
Kdward Charbonneau bus I w"1.'! Stephen Davis Oliver Asnlnwall he was a fat little hiv, "flx K -.k." S
Mrs shepherds who followed an tin- say "Merry Christmas" at your ,H ('up sifted alI-purM flour ..:<
Richard Knhn. .luck
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again graciously consented to sing forgettnble star to the lowly manger home. 1 cup finely chopped pitted sI 1 Ihoma father left the Immortal "Ave Maria" by1 I I at Bethlehem Members of the I MI'lor Is wArmly welcomed us a. Here Is I simple type fruit cake: date' ninny to enlist In hip I-nltrdState << ,', "''''I,,' ,
visiting member for this 1"'olral1l.Upmh..r" .. and Thonias'nuotlier
... ._ which doe. not need the aging thata 1 cup bUck walnuts choppedi I navy '1'' ,,,
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of thp Senior\ Choir are brought the boy t.ew: 'C'H
O' traditional cake requires. The !i cup sugar k0' ;
r us follow: Mlssj Kvpl\n: Stump. recipe makes two 9x4x3 Inch :2 eggs, beaten( York to Dtp, K r. SS

Mii s Mary Ixiii nmshimpr Mrs loaves and Is the perfect answer alto t teasunnn' vanilla Along about the time stocky Tommy S
Fred Scllev.' Miss Lucille McRne what should be served duringthe 1/4 cup 'ollf"I'\lonpr.\ sugar was I M he landed his first Job ,its 0&0 0/? 1" '.".
Miss Hii7.pl; !!:, Fields, Miss VivianMarine. holidays: Combine cookie crumbs salt an Illustrator for Leslie's Wee'Oy' at \
!Mrs\ Frnnrls Ciawfoid Rilkin Fruit Cake baking powder mid flour Add dates $4 a week By the time he was 20 fl 0..::: --_ / ,
i" '1 i Miss Marion McRne, Mis John, (Makes. 2 leaves, I and nutS Add sugar gradually toIS1N he was sent to England! by the New n =-== o-= _
Co Mlxon Mica. Lnitl" Stern anti 4 cups seeded mlnlnsZ York Illustrated. News to sketch -
Mr. Warren Kaufman director tuMenpoons grated lemon the llcciun Siiycrs. fight an outstanding
', e jn Murh, npprprlatlnn goes aHo to I rind ports event of the day C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. !
Mi'*. Pprtrnm !Simmons' whose I tablespoon cinnamon In 1802 h. joined the staff' of a
i lovely voice and fine tiMining add<1 1 tablespoon allspice Harper's Weekly and began/ the series ft 1"1'"mu FLA. Sic
so greatly to the Choir selections J'i' cups liquid of emblematic drawings which
It i Is with hnmhlp nppierlntlontht 2'4 cups chopped nutmeats continued throughout the Civil War <2.e.t.2.* 'JS 4 '! O*! *!M *
4 cups sifted cake floorS From those he created certain
neknowledcment is given to
l trademarks that have been the Inspiration
MIH" W ,I dmncller and her cho- teaspoons double acting
baking ponderS of cartoonists: down to the \) 6
eon oommlttpe: for decointlng" ; our
teaspoons saltl' present-notably the Republican
"L SWe httlp church !Such" fine artistry
!. cups sugar elephant and the Democrat donkey.
In her hnnds. g g
a* IIPIS I I. Indeed rfiie
H 4 cup butter or shortening Famous as the political symbolsare
I her this small
and under direction
:2 eggs well beatenS today Nnit's Santa Claus prob.
building becomes a little w(,rl bi-nutv." far, far removed Americans. Before Nsst'l da,. iii'"I
Combine ,
raisins lemon rind.spices
from thp .vprvd"v,01',1], mtslde a few artists had drawn Santa on
'ye been forking for EVPII thp tiniest di-tnil I Is; carefully, Cover and and ilmmer water In/gently a saucepan for eight i-i- one, occasion' or another but could
nlnnned so thAt the whole effectIs minutes. Drain, k not seem" to agree on how the old .f
W. hove hearty vr..uinlout/ ai
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you ijJ' thing of to
truly a beauty lung much liquid as possibleMeasure S S gentleman should) IOOK.'
welcome because we know hp remembered anti Cherished by liquid and add water or coffee to Nast chunked: : all that I
(j those who have been so fut tunutp make one and onv-half. cups, and lie located feisniVa home at
K you ,won't forget these as to see It. Much credit goes also reserve Grind raisins with nut- the North I'ole aid gave him a
U fine friends of ours. to Mr.*. r-hnrlps Shepherd and Miss. meats. sleigh drawn by reindeer. lie J
hl1 l I-'IpMs. for thp rrrxtUm Ofcostumes n:7L'' ii iiK
Sift flour drew the familiar fat merry
S They're mighty deserving, once measure and add K \ ? rKUIT CAKE ::
and to Mr* K M. DIIVIS, baking powder. salt and sugar: sift lor phl holidaybeaten old fellow" with red hecks and
L' these friends and we'll appreciote all you con do to \ I our highly' capable] and niiuhlnvi three times Cream butter thoroughly eggs Ulcnd in cookie. crumb white beard dressed. In red, \
'>l org"nlct. and add flour mixture rugs mixture. anti vnnilla Bake In a wearing a cap and boot*. carryIng -
for them. Our friends in this community, Santa, d
I The producers of f this program, vanilla and reserved liquid Stir greased and floured nine-inch, a path of iota and smokinga
are the finest on earth. They're loyal and depend are deeply. Indebted to nil those until all flour Is dampened Ueiit miuiirp I pun und buke In a slow short pipe.
vigorously for two minute.. Add "483 < oven for 3(1( minutes. While lh aitlit. then gave Santa a
ii able. Please be as good to them as they have I ,'who have worked cooperatively! raisin-nut mixture and mix thoroughly stl'l') wr-n-i. cut into 30) squares spy-gloss/ so that ,during'the year 'K K.
o been to us. I Hiid faithfu'ly' towards' milking this Turn Into two 0x4x3, inch Roll cal siu.ire Into a ball turningthe he might/ pick out tne Rood children A
brief service. an hour of quite loaf part which have been groused, top crusty portion inwards as from the bad, and also a big book I
<< S worship nmj "memornhlp beauty llnud with brown paper and then you roll Plnce cnnlectioneis sugarIn In which to write their. names and g 1
antI. ale CNpocinlly grateful to those greased again. Bake in a moderate a bag bh.ike the balls In the keep their. records a am"g f.f.0
fI :from other" churches without I (330';; ) oven for one hour and 13: sugar to coot e\<*nlv: Ihls conception" of Santa Cluun
whose unHplflsh" and d.'voti.i! l HSslntancp first appeared In ISO'I. Since thut _
'h would.. the pictured niii a program time
not have been posaibic.This the same, although the IVY gi.isaand

f J i Candlelight Vesper Service Don't tell Junior there Isn't any I takes the mittetlallstlc) !' Hide out pipe seem ,10 hats been. --
GEM the
ED SIMPSON dropped by way. {{ G
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-- need" It IH for nil those Santa Claus, child psychologist I'of life Children want to know
who truly lovp our bli-sppd" Christ Renee Nell advise
there is good In the) world 80'1'll'hlnA' -

G n. n. WATCh INSI'EC'I'OR" :J I IJ anil bins-Ing are grateful He hits so for bountifully the countless be1stowed his The back kid In might n psyc wind'hlntrlst's up flat couc on'h Santa! bigger Claim Is than the they most are tanIbleevlflun..e ,/ and Legenr1, of" winch Jesus reliiU-was was Unit placed inude the crown of on holly thehead ofthoins << !I'I\\' \\ K'G '

upon us A cordiHl I Invitation If you do abe declared for them. and that l before the crucifixion theberrie. I ,
is extended to Allho wish Miss Nell HIIid that \\\\ -
actually nenr- "He 'la n great device for security were white, but turned
to nttend. Iy everyone believes, in a Siintu He Is all the things they -wnnt crimson like drops of blood.I i
_, ., 1 1"t'o Claus of one sort or another, even 9 andwe'reS
-- -.... -- -- ----- ---" 't.'o t"":11 In life And he never really dies
\; I' """ 'I I'I" I'I IJf though\; he might/ not admit It A as people grow up. lie just changes
v.S lot more people would go InHiine his form. Fortune tellers are a ; old fashioned 5p
or commit suicide If they. didn't be- ; .
sort of Santa Claus to grownupa.Good

Sift VvvH ''A : llevo bring In them something cheer and that good would luck thp corner luck" ahead Is another or just kind!around 84Yoa 8urL 1t enough to S.S .

f rrr she said "VVp wouldn't on living If we
v Ult >vt/; ( ; 'l+ ? / t nothing"Believing to get In excited Santa about Claus." shoald. Is couldn't" believe something good I% want to Sp
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*..,Vvi. ,.. A..> .. .. .- ;, .. .;t. ,0(... ,. '....;v. ...\.w.\ .,.. .., 'I JWS "He's just the embodimentof I"'urt hprmoref1811 way! Nell said Sp
*...t-. ; .iI:;/v:: ; .> .::' 6? i' : ;l& i A ;:iittiy) the"hope for good that la In all patents create Santa Claus In the soy
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,.' ':d-t;:; ,:.: )}! J I}{) ;:& iJ choose/ as his /good 1 luck sign the "Let them find out th..m tlvAP''
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.6't ... .,... ....... .;;. that Santa Claus Is a symbol" she L )
Jolly flit man loaded with
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pipes to the fake fireplace lx-and-H-hnlf, or "seven dpnendlng J J
.5 every December 25. on how bright they are. LID
b. "Santa Claus Is. a wonderful Thy will bit willing to accept the HIJt
thing for children," she ""ld. "He art their fnther I Is play-acting
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/ season ot its best.CARPENTER'S. .5, 1g /1, ',".'t.,.''rIJfZ" j g customers. Your consideration; ; and fowl i u ill are invaluable/ to us and '

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plaintiff lacks. dlvorct. Pradford In Circuit Court, Bradford C....,..
II Airplane Will Solve Many Farm ProblemsIn I County, Telegraph Hhall publish this Klorlilui .. Cbnnrerr.Maxlnn '
Order In ?
I next four weakly leMuee Durbln llolman. Plaintiff.va. .
Says U. S. Senator Elmer Thomas, Wltn im.. my hand and official James Oulen Holinan Defend W .Jnt.f .
Future. Mix With I seal lie Htark, Florida. I thin Nov ant. .'...... N,.. 78118. .
Gaiety Danger 29.!> 1949! Order wf .*...11.......n nndotle: teAppear. .nrrrlaa+a '
tZdIter's. Note: The following these new chemicals It would take (OFFICIAL SRAF.' ) A, J. Thomas. T4TK( OK FLORIDA toiJamea J' P : ,
I All Clerk of Id I
mi Court talon
liolman. whose retil-
rtlrle. uu written' by !Wnator us over ZOO. yearn to solve this When Celebrating ChristmasWhile By Haven Crosby,o't; C. dense la Itoute I I. Mullne. LouUlana: \ ,
Fleming Jonen, ; <<
KlniiT Thomas. (D. Okui.) chairman problem but now it appears possible nett National. Hank Rullillnic 6 Rutt, Jack-flnr Jan.You 16 airs 1990 required In' the, tu above appear mimed 01

of the Senate Agriculture onvlllu, Florida.Alty. Court and uaUHtt, wherein' pMint.lHeeka I
settle it In
Commit.> and ranking inmntx-r and logical to Christmas Is the merriest of all seasons of the year It for I'lf !It.* H 12-21 divorce &: rentnrntlon i>f maiden I ,

Committee period of five years.' can also be a time of. tragedy if certain hazards aren't avoided and name llradford County "
.f the Appropriation !. Clrpvlf C...rt. Bradford r...tr, Telesrrapn shall publlen this Oraei
It was originally written for thmule < Another development Is a pel some particular precautions taken. Florida In ( .......ry. In next four weekly. issues.
Ounther Nlmmrffut. Plaintiff, Witness mY hand and official ,
publication "PIa,_", andlase letlzed seed which han been sown Council Mary NlmmerR-ut I.ndllnt.l Case vn Heal at Htarke Florida, this Dee. I
The National Safety annually
la. to reprint by airplane on several hundred No. 784,. 11 t9.9.
Telegraph happy
out that the Christmas ely, unsafe ladder In decoratingthe Order of Pitbllriitlon-.A. OFFICIAL. SEAT'
points *< tlre T. ) A.t. Thomae. ,
H bei-auw of Its ienlflcrnt: rnrfMtf .*- thousand. acres In the past three holiday. the moat danger* tree. ABprar.. ...... ef ........... Tea Aa Clerk nf maid.. Court ,
utilrli. ahould be of Inlcrent1m years. These pellets t aro mndu are Mary Nlminfrirut.: whnmt rmldenoe T"y Haven ('roabv, t>. C.
.. oils of the year usually replete Don't place Christmas canrtle le 1150 Columbia: : Ontario Robert. If Duncan, Lynch IHilldlng;
rtrndforil County farn.. ..) of suitable soil and contain the (California JackMinvlll". Florida, ftoli&ayft
with casualties, home accidents, near the tree, curtains papei otntn
right number of ",'edH. In You .are required Atty for I'lf. 12-H 4t l-< f
By Senator; ThomasAmrvnp each fires and /falls. wreaths or any other Inflammabledecorations. January Oth 11)60 : aaDov: J

the moat Rerlnu prnb- pellet Is a fertilizer element named Court and cause, wherein
The council has: listed the following In Circuit Court. llrndford County *
Insect bird and rodent rep lent. plaintiff seas' divorce I Bradford .. x
paste facing our government today tree : FI..I. kancerr.. t
"diin'U" and! precautions which Remember, the Christmas County Telegraph shall .publlih tits 1
are those relating: to soil conrervatlon The pellets. weigh enough to atay make this be made fire-resistant. Accord Order In next four weekly loiiuei Ruth I'et-rkln.' I'lalntlff.' VH. Robert C ilLCita.jCiiRisTMis
where fall and the needs if remembered' will help can Wltneufi my hand and officialseal K Peterkln Pefendant. Cane ONCE; AGAIN: WE GREET THE 1 :
they ,
and restoration. The Christmas season a' safe one: ing to the United States forestry .. lit Klarke Plorliln., fill Leo No.. 166it 8 '
them will germinate' with Order of Pnfcllentlnn nnd 'Moflce tnAppear. HOLIDAY SEASON'
ai irplnne an a new type farm Implement within : The Christmas tree shouldn't be service It can be done In this manner 1.19U. MT.'TK OF FLORIDA tnt i :

will exert a mighty Influence only a little moisture. placed near a stove or fireplace.Don' : Divide the weight of your tree An OFFICIAL.. Clerk of SEAt said. )Court.A,. J. Thomas Robert. .K.: l'.t..rkin, whono residence WITH A TRUE APPRECIATION t

In the solution of thcun Aerial Seeding by four and buy that many pound. By Haven. f'ronby, D. C. N..w.1..yl I In 144 HteKtnan: Btroel: Jersey City, '''Or ITS FULL MEANING.; MAYs '
rive children any toys John J. IfcnrtvrHnn, 119 KewnanHtr :
problems. Realizingthl*. the In the rich and fertile costal of ammonium sulphate. Dissolve it .n. Jacknonvlllo, Florida You are required. to appear on .
that could prove dangerous, Jftn. IB. linn In the above namedCourt IT BRING You PEACE JOY AND! 1
American farmer has welcomed I plains of Texas and Louisiana. far such a* those with .harp points. in water-one and one-half pintsof Atty. for I'lt. U4t 12-30, and cause wherein plaintiff

the airplane as necesnary to his sighted men In both agriculture water to each pound of ammonium seeks divorce, care, custody A control CONTENTMENT THAT WILL RE.
young If toys are operated with elee ('Ir.'uI'sect, nrndford Cousty of minor children.
operations I and aviation have used the trlelty. be sure some grownup sulphate Cut the end of your Florida .n.f b..rrrr.nullford County Telegraph shall .publish llradford thin I 'MAIN WITH You ALWAYS.
tree trunk on a diagonal Put some Jackson. t'lalntlff.'' v... Addle .I Or (
next four
Let each of us consider the picture airplane as an Implement in plant- supervises' their a..... of the solution In a jar and stick Myrn. Jackson, .Ionol"nt.>. ] Cane rtnn.n.., mv hand w..Jy"I r:1 II GREEN'S GROCERY & MARKET .
No. 7 40.Ordfr
familiar to our minds of the Ing fertilizing and weed controlof The Christmas tree should not be Heal 1 nt Htarke, Florida this Dec. '
the diagonal butt of the tree Into of PaKllmtlon Bed Police toApprar.
farm lands in our their rice In eight hours .. U. I9H. Mr. & Mrs J. Green I
non-productive crops. decorated with lighted candles it. Add more solution as the tree KTATH Or .,.OR.n.I .\ lea (OFFICIAL, SK.AT' ; ) A. J. Thomas Lloyd
respective. states.. In my fine of flying one plane can plant or Carefully-wired electric bulbs definitely Addle lIIye,. Jackson whose renldence AH. Clerk of said Court '

state of Oklahoma we are unfortunate fertilize or control the weeds In are much safer. drinks it up.Don" I You IN.are unknown required: to appear. on Jlv Robert Haven H Crneby Duncan. 1>Lynch. r.. Hulldlna?, f j&foj-=toj&&LJt&2 1 '-'-'- _' '_ .'it i
be 8'1cea..lv. about
In having over 10,000,000 1500:' acres of rice On the Went "Don't January 9th. JSGO In the ubove Jackiinnvlllp, Florida
leave a lighted tree unguarded Christmas "spirits"Keep I named Court and reline, wherein Atty. for I'lf. 13-1) 4t lIn .' **< O"
.rf our 33,000,000 acres of agricultural Coast approximately 80 per cent at any time. One should I plaintiff neck. divorce, BradfordCounty ,
lands rendered of their entire rice crop Is planted toys out of places where Telegraph shall publish thin -
nonproductive bo on the lookout for fire all the :
Circuit Court. Hrndford ,
Order In next four weekly | Cvnnty.rlorldni
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by the invasion of useless i, Fertilized and weeded by plane. time the tree is lighted. Especially people might trip over thr.n. mv hand and official, seal' In ( kaaeerr.Oertrudo .

(brush. This growth In a result Other service. the airplane ts dangerous is the practice of some Remove the tree from the house 6.at 1949.Ktarke, Florida this. Deuember tiff. .... Alvin Isabelle E. Itadford Iladford, ,Pefend Plain

nf the disturbances of the balance performing on the farm today Include families In leaving the Christmastree before It dries out. (OFFICIAL fRAIA.) J. Thoman, ant. Case. No. 785H.
of nature. Something mimt bo defoliation lighted and unwatched all During Christmas you'll probably As Clerk of said. Court Order of Publication and Netlen toAppear. i in f
pollenizatlon, crop Wv Hnven (',nNbv. D f*, 1TATH OP FLORIDA let Appreciation)
dnne to solve this problem. forest patrol patrollng fences night Ions. have many guests, so sprinkle' salt Kay Hp| sidewalks. bona Reach, Florida, l. vn[ .'..npl..'. Drug Htnre No. 17, :
SoU-f..avlng rianrxt checking cattle, aerial photography One .should. never use a rlck- or sand on Icy steps and Atly. fur I'lf. H-9 II 12-SO ,'"r. la.. Ave AN. II, NW \VanhInicton .

One of the most recent answer and mapping. During the ", J>. C.I:
In Clrrnlf ('''.... Hrailturd ('owBtr.Klorldnl You ors required' to aopear onJanuary
to soil restoration seemo to be In last winter the airplane gained .. Chanrrrr. 16th, 1950 In the abovenamed

the proper application of the very many friends as a means of emergency mers. and livestock. Mae: M. Sheets, rialntlff v". Nor- Court and cause wherein

highly potent hormone type chem- distribution of foods, medicine {- Wi mimt recognize the great man U Mh....tn, Urfrndant. Cane No County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Ttradford this

for both far- amount of damage done annuallyby 76M. Order In next. four weeKly. IHHUBHWltnenn
"& Without the airplane and and attention Order of PHbllmtloe unit Vellrc tuAviMar. '
grasshopper Infestation which 6ryy KT."'rr: OK finHllll, tel mv hand. and' official Heal
1 iristustimey
..... at Htnrke, Florida this December ate
:Norman I. Hh. who*
'-='-= requires fast and effective con IN North INiufh, Murylaml: r..ldo"c"l: 14. 1149. l
J-- tro!. The airplane, by the distribution are rftiultfd to >I''tenr on (UKKiCIAL SEAt.) A. J. Thomas 1
bran in Jan.'Ufl. Igeo)), in the hJ mimed AH Clerk nf said Court
of poison spread I tv haven .. '
The Court and 1 cause wherein .plaintiffHfMkH f'roHl.y U) (
their paths, can stop them in their tllvorc'e. Tlrnttford Counts Alty. for Pit 12-16 4t 1-'
TeliHrnph' hHll puhllfth this OrderIn
tracks In matter of hour Any
next four weekly 1ssu.a.Wltnnsc In Circuit Conrt. Hradfurd ('..n.,.. ".
other disease-carrying Insects can rnv hand and official. eal .
In 4 I ,
Flurldnl haacrrr.V
; "i1
be eliminated through the sprayIng nt Stnrke" Florida, thin December. \ ..ltvr A. "Hklnner Plaintiff VK. o ,,

by airplane of selective chemicals I. .."HMD. ., :Margaret Ardan Hkinner, Defendant. I ,, ;,Ip;:,I"; ::' 11
((1. .ICIAL flJM I.) A. J. Thomas Cane. N... 743.1.: ., fJ' ",
IBLESSINGsj{ which we now have.I lr N. Bv haven At Clerk of said. Court order. ... I'ubllcntlon and Notice totpper. I'!';!::'!'i';:'H'ii
Crosby, D. O. "'1' 'T.: (1P r'l.OHIIlt. tot :,
predict that It will be the Ally for lit U4t \1S-JO
Mnta-aret Antnn skinner whose rei Arrival of the Christmas
farmer and not the soldier! who Idem-e IH l l..jn "liluior Htteet : ,
In t'I...It Co.. H1' e4 n.
rt. HriKlfonl antoll I'eniiHylvanla: "
will create the need for the air Klnrltlni. In 4 MMNi-ery.. \'"" are required tn nppenr on Season reminds US;;al our rr
plane in sufficient quantities BACKED UP What wouldChrl.tmaa Annul C'cinnolly, flulnllfr. "f..I.1 January I 16th, 19.10 In th. above '" ."', I''. >

which will bring It within the be without bright new llain 763H.Orilrr. Connolly, Defendant. .plaintiff nnm.'r! Court week' and divorce.cauee, llradford wherein' obligations to thtl:,|:'fine

financial reach of the general dollies for little glrla to ber"'h1Glvll'llr of I'uklli-nllon! : end untie* totpp.nr. t'otinty Telirraph shall nubllnh: thl.O.I coinenhhity.$ 'I
NTAI-r: OK KIOHIUV, lotWilliam I r In float four weekly InHtieH.WltneHH people of this
public within a very few years I ; promise of a goodly crop (Connolly whose rrsld.nceIn '
i mv hnnd and official seal "
charge those responsible In both of doll. for this Christmas are ('In| "b rly Taxi S.*rvlt-e.! NHN- at Mtnrke, .Florhln thin December i : .? (. .! :

I government and Industry to effect these finished heads on racks In a eau" and. Manhattan Avenue, Ih''k-I 1.1. 1111OFFICIAL. rJ We appreciate *tn. ..cel- !I Ip
lyn New York! ( SKAI.) .\, .T. Thomas : J
toy factory, ready to be given : :
a more coordinated relationship Y* u are rvottlred' tn .' I
:todies and limb. January. I lob' 19AO .tn. the abovenamed .\. Clerk of ram Court, lent treatment we: Hove received
between the several phases of avi. Court and auim. whitittln nv haven (Crosby D. ('. pA f

atlon and to prepare It for the plaintiff Hoekx divorce. Brad. fordt'ouniy .\ ,. for Plf. 13-16 4t 1 1-6 and take thi a* means i
Telegraph shall publish thisOrv1 q
general public acceptance to fol. Finns See EvergreenAs .*r In next four weekly luHueMWltneHU .. Circuit. Court. Hradford County, of Giltngse I
mv hnnd and offirlal Kli.r1dai. In C''Maneerx.Ammonri sending our
low. Mourning Symbol anal at Sturke, Florida. this 0..... I.co luinblw, Plaintiff VH ,'i'"i.' !!,,; i

used 3, 1849lUv'FU.'IATj. Pt:Av.) A. J Tliomae.A .i No.Rita 764H.:Marie Humble. Defendant. Case. to each of you !;.;,.;!:;!+i;1t!. J''"!. f

Evergreens are never as decorations In the homes and nv Haven Crosby, I>. CAtty I MTtTK OK .....0.. ....' InlItlta (" :! !!Iii:: : !';';;: t I.i
churches of Finland because the fur {'If. 12.9 4t H-30 Marie humble, whone renldcni'e ) '; : : ; ".,....,. jf

f 1 YY Finns. regard them as symbols of .. C'lrrnlt c-.u: :;: ,,.... County* IH York.111: E. 151th street, lironx, New 1.1.1.' I

1 mourningAt Klorlilai In fliMneerr. ton are required to appear on
John W*. AI...... Plaintiff. VH. KUI January 14th, 1950, In the above
r Christmas most homes where M. Abel nfendant. Cane. No. Tli3 itHiiiHil. Court and ....U..II. wherein
Cyi there are children suspend a"heolven" Order ..( Piihllrmlim end
rl I from the living room or KUI. M.. Abel.STATH. whore OK renltli-nte KI.OItlliA and tot 1 Order County In Teleicrnph next four"hall weekly publish issues this. Western Auto Associate Store |

<< dining room ceiling. Such "heav utlilrrMH U Slot Walnut alroel Phil' Witness mv hand and official Heal' 1 .
ens" consist of s cord framework adelphia. I'ennnylvanla. : nt .Stnrke, Florida, tills December
f Oa 1HE CHILDREN You lire. requited to appear on 10. 1949.
Ia! covered with straw and different January Ind. 1950, In the above (OFFII.'I.81'1.' .) A. J. Thomas, J. F. JAUDON OWNERMGR.8R.DFORD
colors of paper ribbon, etc.. and named Court and raiine, wherein As Clerk of said Court 9 .
i ,, plaintiff seek divorce Bradford By Haven Crosby D. C. ftQ
1N+ decorated with paper stars and County Telegraph shall publish thin
C! e' m (:" How did you choose the toys for silhouettes. cut In various designs Order In next four weekly iHnueii. Joseph ,K Jacksonville Skipper. 221, (Florida.IrnhamKulldlnir ::
IJ! In -- your youngsters this Christmas? The effect when reflecting the firelight Heal al Htarke my nand Florida and, thin official Nov. I Atty. for Plf. 1SI-U. 4t 1-* ".= 4tl ,i. Y.. Y. 'ee Y. ,itl Y.e ,i. N.e'- T 1

Ifj m A New York toy manufacturer and the candles' glow Is mysterious 80 1949.
'I mS declares OKI-li-IAt. SKAI.) A. J. ThumaH. ,
that only few and
a parenti fascinating. AH. l'l.*rk of said Court
will select the proper playthings for Candles are used profusely In the ny Hnvfn I'ronhy. H C.T. .
Frank Landrum, tftarkf, Florida
their children each Christmas.Moat .
I churches the alters are banked for .
; Ally. )'if J2.:! 4t 12-gJ: :
he said buy toys thai, and the windows are filled with _
please themselves, rather than the darkness .. flrrnlt C"..... llradford ..'.....P. 5 $
that in
., them so the pre-dawn Plorldal .. l'e..e.rr.Fugsii. .
children. Christmas morning services I'' Wolfe, I'lalntlff, i... MurKarvt I

The cordiality of Christmas it one of the The man who owns a company begin at 8 A. \M.\ ) the churches 1n.: 1.. Wolfe, Iiefemlant.> Cues No.: '
makes creative playthings, beckon approaching worshipperslike Order .f Puhllratlon A 1OJ..1. to
finest blessings/ that any of w can possibly II warns that "gadgety" toys may be brilliant lanterns A....... %'/'t'1'',.: Or' r-.l>ltll,\ toiMarvari't 1 t'I

11 enjoy To us, Christina* means much more (\ harmful and frustrating And. he ;I l> Wolfe; whnxe rexldenreIM :
After the early church services 891 llrevoort Itoad. ('clu I mbun 2,
d adds children quickly tire of them. Ohio
than the anil :
just opportunity of presenting for
the gayly decorated sleds race
"The best toy a parent can buy" Yon are required to Appear. on

S receiving gifts. let mart than a season of he .said "Is a set of plain unpainted home bright robes. flying and Jan.. 3 and, lonn' r..n.o., in the ubereln ahnvu|ilillnciffMeekN ..namedCourt .

exchanging<< greetings ami it goes far deeper I wooden unit blocks. Children sleigh bells a-jingling./ Breakfast Is divorce., Flradford County 'I
l! will festive, and then everyone take along Telegraph' ehnlt ptthliHh this i>rdoi
use and them from
than the traditional festive occasions. Christmas Day Is nut devoted In next four weekly I..."...
age 18 months to nine years" nap. Witness mv hand and nfflrtalReal .

J1 Christmas for us, is a season of genuine He said that girls/ between age to play or gift-givingl; It toreligiously 10. 1949.(1)1o'FI'I..I.!at Htarke, Florida. thlft ;Nov: -

I 3 and 7 should have a "doll corner." observed with Intervalsof ( SK\r.) A. .1. Thomas
8 good will and happiness, a time of thanksgiving '
/ carol singing and Bible readings
He said the corner should be supplied A" c-lerk nt mild Court i -
for all.CANOVA. The day after Christmas Is St. Ry Haven Crosby D. f.
first with
a large wooden
g FlemlKK tones, "Hrolt it HntlH, llur. t
stove bed and cupboard. Stephen's day and from then until Melt :NatloiiHl I Hank rillldlMK., 1 Jack \\
New Year's and general ...nvlll... Fl.irUla,
"The doll corner will become the parties
\uy, re- I'lf 1J-J) 4t 11-211: errtJ
most treasured play place in the festivity are In order. Although

ffI little girl's life" he said. gift-giving is not an Integral partof KlArlftnt In (Ir.'ult In Court.C'linneerr.MitttlM Hradforil. ('0.7. ag I

He contends boys from ages 2 to the observances, in some parts Mabel. Iielekan, Plilllltirf. v..
7 of Finland trinkets and useful giftsof Nic'holriN.. .' Delekttfi, Itefendatit, Case:
mostly enjoy "transportation"playtrucks :No. 7H5I.Ortler .
cars and bouts, wearing apparel are presented of PnhlleHtlon and. Not1'e i to \ cjIr1'
to children by Watnamolnen the nnear. IT TH Or' r'IOIIII> \ totNlrholati I I
There was no statement about i Kalevala hero "t Finnish legend.I. Itelekan,

'I PHARMACY f what parents should choose at i i and You ailtlreHM are In" '''whnr..llI..n".1: \ \' \

Christmas for the young teenage January Ifllh, lti.10. In the above

bay or girl-In the 13-16 year-old t Ireull I........ Hrattford Ceaalr.rl named. 1 Court' and rnutie, wherein
.. plaintiff.. aeekfl divorce and reittora.
rldnl | 4 .t
Haarerr.Alfred -
.g WAI.GKEKX: ACJKNCY: :: group, whose Interests already are II. .Nl i"n, Plaintiff VH. Edith: tlon. of maiden name I1r..dtor" $-:: .
deeply" grained In social activities M .Nelnon. Def. ndmt, I. dine Nn. 7430 County Telegraph. shall publlNh /., ;,
and who prefer parties and dancesto Order of Publication end *o lre totpurar. thin Order In next four "weekly : y r;
sQl STAnK":. FLA.N MT1TK: Or. r'I.OHII. .." I..u.Vlln. ,
ptay-at horn* activities. ... hand ': _
Kdith. M Nelnon, whnae residence' la my and official Meal ". -' ce.s
I Perhaps by next year, this manufacturer 471 Tremont" Avenue, Orange New at Htnrke, Florida, thin pi-eniber, % NApQ1N

or some child psychologistwill Jeraeyt OFFICIAL l0. 1149 I'F.I.A.. J Thoma s \ dS .
t I You are required. Appear on hflstm
'- 1 have solved this problem. January: 2nd, :1950, I' the above As Clerk of ...Id Court. OU .
Rv Haven Crosby, O. r. also
named ( ''11' t and cause, wherein "to ojf
A. 7.. Adklne. Jr. 107 K. fnlim at., e

.... ....e:: .... 'gl 'q fSIm.: .... ..1 .t1 -- llalneiivllle.. Florida, t.t: pfeP Of w.\SnA neJ
-- n -- -- :::: ""' -""' -"+tIC3'gGtRe'gG.i Atty. for I'lf 13-16 4t t.8 1 H we. we. .....\

-i1 In ("I...... ....,,";;:. llrndford. (.....,.. >o.S 9rJOU::: o\ \
Klnrldnt In f........,,.. { mess
g, &iA I Ruth M Kmlth. Plaintiff v._ Wade omost COf all P
Wishing youJOYS V. Knilth. nefendant.. Case :No. 1dlll. rfee\\f\9 d o
Order nf Puhllentlon and II..le. tn our

,\ ar ......\.". Smith"T'TK.whoee Or FIOKIIXi residence toVadt lart .\f\c.\ude c.0\tlnUe

:;. H TtmmaN Creeap. rio Imhrnlan HN. 1 ufr
't? : 1) /7/J/JJ Co Pier A, Kerth I. I.one Reach { t
C'' 'fr I ,. II a, California: sPeflty''S
., .... cae..u You are required. to appear on \ oPfof
"."..! .- January 18th, 1950 In the above i

.-...."f!!! I ,, ". :., ..,. plaintiff named.. Court seeks and divorce ratiMe. A, reatora wherein. 1 1t
'iS :t, ,; I lion of former nameHradford .

; 'ii f r I publish this County Order, Telegraph In nut .shall tour \

; weekly lnHiiea.Wltnena I 11.
I ,,,
..""J, ....."" '!1< :! t 1.>;,;';...,.' I I at Olnrke, Florida thin December \ \
I [ .tf! '"\ >\00' t I 10. 19f'. \ -
: .'4'' )M i\: 'I1i h:'* -.J I II I I (OFFICIAL S FT' A 1,1 A. J. hnmaa
/ .
A Clerk of Bald. Court
'I I *. .... ,,. < tYtZ I Pv Ifaven. (",...h,.. T> r'.
"...Z ) ". .. .I J H. Harrtenn/ FJIW KxchanreJackHonvllle Plclor \
v I.1 .W ;.' .' .'Iorloill.All 1 1I
,. for Plf. 12-l 4t 1.8
'Cferry .. Circuit: Conrt Bradford County,.
Florida. In mnnrerr.
"Hhllrey RIKitbelh I'hllllpa rialntlfT.va. .
f Jamea. Trevor Phllllpa, 1'.nl.
; / ei ant Cae. No 7117.
fi JI (led..f Publication. and lotle. tAppear. .
i i- HTtTK Of FI.OHII tax
__ James Trevor Hhtlllpe. where reel
I demos Philadelphia' Ave.. Ta.koms .
:'.1'1'.0'': Maryland:
\ ,u are required IA appear on
January Isth, 1950. In the above
CHARLEY E. named Court and cauee. wherein
B 7.ierlmoer" J plaintiff ...k. divorce, custody A I
support of children Court eontn. II
I JOHNS A .."11""",, Ie... Bradford
... .. ..- County Telea-raph shall. piibllalt this
"' N O W Itness..my. handweekly. officialseal

AGENCY at Htarke. Florida, thl* l>eo.
1M (OFFICIAL SF. \t.> A..1. Thnma.
Phone 13. Starke. Fla. An Clerk. of said Court.Fy .
Haven. Croebv. 1>. C.

t.. !i#-- !%|Si4 o '-'- :John Jackaonvllle J. Henderaon., Florida 119 Xewaan:- St.. 1

j Ally for Tlf. 11... 41 1-1