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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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With a law on the statute books making all previous
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District Issue registrations\ <. of voters held in Bradford County "null andvoid'

M, till ;k :! 1_ and a primary election only four months away, nothing \,

c Landowners will vote Saturday, has been done to carry out tha provisions of House Dill No.

I Dec 31, In a referendum to decidewht'ther 833, passed at the lust session of the State Legislature and

i- or not a Soil Conservation 'providing for a re-registration of voters in thia county.
y' District Khali be dented In Bradford -
The law which Introduced
,. County was
( by Representative J. P. Robertastates ficials of the county Install and
The decision to call elnctlon I
an make
effective
that "The Board of County the permanent
followed a public hearnlg hold In Commissioner of Bradford County registration system provided by

; the courthouse here on October shall provide for a re-re<
at which time a representativegroup tlon of all voters In said county 50, they should take action to do yi
: of landowners expressed" unanimous who Intend to register or qualifyIn so without delay,"
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district which approval will Include of the proponed all lands any General, Primary or Spec!- The 'Board ,will not have an- }
al Election to be held after Margin other regular meeting until after k
lying within the
1 I Bradford County legal, boundariesof 1, 1950, and In order to accomplish January 1 therefore a special i

such registration .and 1'15' meeting has been called for Saturday h
1 Tolls will be open from 0 an registration of such voters I It December 31, at 9 a.m.
I until 4.30: pm. at. tho following shall be the duty of the Supervisor at which time the "reregistration t.

plates:: Lawtey city hull: Hellhronn of Registration of said muddle" will be' discussed ,
" Reddish' store; Stnrko, County to the
open Registration with County Attorney H. V;
county courthouse; ,11 amp ton Book Immediately upon this Act Knight and Supervisor Croabyand

city. hall.. Brooker community, center becoming a law and *to reregister a, course of action adopted.

all tho voters of such County
Pictured above, 'i'n an impressive group are five good reasons why Starke can enter I I : Eligible voters will be landowners! who and eligible to register under

Christmas Quiet upon the vNew'Year 1950: in a spirit of genuine! optimi m. I Representing a total cost of Jan. 16 Deadline i who own land within Bradford the Oeneral Laws of the I Motorcycle Gash

;. almost a quarter of a million dollars, these five major projects are either just completedor I County If. a of State of Florida.:"
majority the
lundown-
nearing the final stages of .completion ( The Act became effective on
ers voting ,are In favor of thl, I 'With

t.' Business Good" \i upper l left.ia, tuft new Bradford ,l UlfitfuSchooLcufeterja ,constructedat cost ; t! For Farm Reports: Soil$ Conservation District, ajueal May When:28,queried 1849 by the Telegraph Train ,Fatal
/ -may board of
'' farmeupsrvlsnrswlU
3515700. It will go Into use! with the reopening of school after the Christmas hOlidayS I f this week. Supervisor! of Registration -
bo elected to
/govern the dls-
Starke merchants began to dig At UPPEr' right is first unit (cost $35,415.00), ) of the new' negro school in Starke. ,I. All practices rnrrled out under trlrt This board will have no Albert Lee Crosby stated To Ronald Hunt

out this week from a Christmas Housing two class rooms, home economics and industrial arts workshop. it is virtually the 1010 Agilrultural Cimnorvntlon taxing power but will be a luciil that hit had not proceeded! to act

rush which wan termed everything complete and will go into use;! soon after the holidays. I t'rngiam must be rl'port..Jto body through which local, mate, under the provisions of this
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/ from "the bent In years"to the office of County Agent T. and Federal agencle can funm I statute because the Board of Ronald G. Hunt 17-year-oIU
"kind of slow" by the local Pictured in the center of the group is the new First Baptist Church of Starke (approximate -' l IC. MtClune by Saturday. Jan assistance. l (In 11011 and water conservation County Commissioners had not son of Mr, and Mrs A. H. (Pop

, storekeepers. cost $100,000.00)) which will be mpleted in about 60 days uary 16. In order to get. credit problems to the local compiled with Section 2 of the Kuhn of Starke, waR Instantly

Overall, however Christina At lower left is : / for them. I j farmers law which states, : "The Board of klllud about 10 o'clockThursday
the new Starke elementary' school building ($30.895.00).11.) contains I County ,CommlsHloneis Brad-
of
, ,soles averaged/ about the name a' four' modern class rooms which will be occu.ied by four of the five first grade sections Farmers are reminded that Their are 4.1: mill conservation ford morning when the motorcycle 1\0
districts County are hereby authorized : was riding ,
rririi'stlons prevent covering all collided with
last, according to a spot .check after the holidays. any report or parts of theSet- JSKunns
among the stores. being accepted after the January 18 counties In Flnrldn., If Bradford and Instructed to furnish such board's southbound Oral?* Blossom .

S Sales were slightly heavier thin Lower right is' the new motor court, El Rancho, being constructed just north of Starkeon 16 deadline, I the, landowner vote lit favor of to record accomplish books as the may be required of Special at the Kant Madison 4""
district's provisions Street ,
formation, crossing.
In the food line, than U. S. 301 by J, R. Strong. they undouhll'dly
year they ..... .. will pcelve assistance Section 1 herein, and to pay such Hunt who
S t lost most ---- ------- -- -- Seven Are InjuredIn was riding west-
were Christmas. grocers -, from other to \
I the D. S. Conservation Service expense necessary com long Madlnon, apparently'did
said Bradford Berries Cpl. Marcus Howard F. Smith Given Auto Accident In developing long range! ply with the purpose of this Act ; notice the train signal light and not
While the number of sales In IL. will! and water nil explained that he could not bell
Begin To AppearAt Serves In Austria Watch For 20 Monday AfternoonSeven conservation plane until within about 100 feet
dry goods remained about the on the farms of those wh make proceed with the ro-rcgliitratlori of the crossing, where tire mark.

I same, dollar volume was off a Farmers Market Heinz Service' person were Injured Ina application to the local district. until the Commissioners had compiled indicated he started applying: h':.
little as compared to last season I board for with this provision.Representative .
such
a"alllt8"'II.Tho brakes,
two-car collision at the Intersection > but could not atop soon f
One merchant summed it up Bradford County strawberry ,. I In recognition of 20 years of of State Roads 16 and 21 I I Soil Conservation Service Roberts Introducer enough to avoid a collision
by,remarking: I \growers were advised this weeko continuous service, L. F Smith late Monday afternoon technicians In the other district of the bill stated that un- His motorcycle .
'It seemed that we '',were just pick on Tuesdays and Fridays ."- of Starke, connected with the H. Those confined to ut the state assist farmers both loss the re-reglstratlon Is held the train's was struck by
Bhadycrcsthospital
ss busy this Christmas but each until volume gets heavy. They are i J. Heinz Company's sales branchIn ', In planning their land use before the next election, in his cow catcher and
thrown
as a result of the accident program clear the
I of track
I customer was spending a little also requested to bring their berries Jacksonville, has been present. Ii are: ,I and supply technical nsHlst- opinion, the whole election could. was damaged little. and

less. Business certainly wasnt to the market aa early as possible ed with a gold watch by the com Dr J. A. LeClerc.76.. Klngalcy ante In complicated water con- "be thrown out as null and void". however, was very caught under Hunt_

off enough to com palin about. ," during this pre-aeason period. .t pany. The award was made- byJ. Lake lacerations and shock, ;j I trol systems This technical Some confusion haS arisen In train and Instantly .UIe-
he added. With continued warm weather, H Letsche, vice president.:: Tom Barker, 73, Jacksonville 'nsHlntnnce Is free to farmers I, view of the fact that liter In the killed.
, Divided into types of merchandise it was'predlcted that heavy shipments employees Beach knee Injury making application to the Dis'session the legislature paused a Hunt had. lived In Starke for

sold the spot check revealed will begin here around Jan In the United States are Althul Llndsey. M, M.inatobu. I trict The ICS also makes available general act providing for a "per. the past 11 years and made hla

, jewelry, appliances, and uary 15, but a freeze could change receiving similar service awards Canada bruises and shock. I to local districts certain manent single registration system I home with the Kuhns who op-

furniture sales recorded some the picture entirely Also Injured In the accident seed and planting materials for for the registration of electors erate the Rainbow Grill on VS.
drop, while grocery drug and auto Around 4 1-2 crates were brought but i I WltI by farmers In a position to for all elections In the several
, I released from the :301
For Father
Funeral hospitalafter just north of town. It I i.a
suppy stores reported more to the market here last Friday first aid and treatment for j petition assistance from any counties of the State". This law stated -
sales for the Christmas season I and were bought by E. F, Miles I Of W. W. Packham shock, were: j other State and Federal agencies! provide that the system shall be that he went to Keystone

, ''Variety store and clothing stores : for $11 SO' per crate Mrs J. A, LeClerc, Dr. Le-'In' the field of soil and water con- established In the several counties Heights early Thursday morning
remained ,about on a par with O. C. Caaoh, one of the largest William Packham, 89, father of Clerc's 'wife. Mrs Janle servatlon. on or before January 1, IBflO where ha had accepted employ

, last year = growers, picked five crates last I W W. Packham of Theressa, died Stark, Mrs. Hattie Hathcock Avery,I and shall become effective__ ___ in.n ment In a filling station. The
Friday which he sold to stores I In I each county on January 1 subsequent did not know of hut
Wednesday..: at his home in Winter| 82, Mr*. Avery's mother, Miss W. B. Fredricksson return -
Residents of Starke and their Gainesville for the pre-Christmas to the' date the Board of to Starke until notified of
, out-of-town visitors spent "one trade at 40 to SO cent per pint. I I Park where he. had resided since I Llndsey, Mr. to Llndsey'a report sister.According from. ( Killed In Accident County Commissioners shall by the: accident and think he must

of the quietest Chrlatmases In along 1933. A retired musician he received Highway Near resolution entered upon Its min- have come back on some kind of
, time", according toChief o!; I Chalker Graduates his Bachelor of Music degree len, Mrs. Patrolman I-eClere was, II. P.driving Oil-[ Keystone HeightsI utes, adopt the system. errand.

Police W. E.: Thornton. from Trinity College. Unl- east on Highway 16 and was I I. Winslow B. Fr drlkllllOn. :JO, In answer to a request by The body was carried to the
From
The
, With the exception of the two : CitadelJohn Cpl. Marcus Howard, son of(I verslty of Toronto, In 1892. He struck by the Barker car, a* she employe of tha maintenance de. Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas DeWitt C. Jonea Funeral Home

In car'which collision over In Clay County Morgan Cbalker, grandson J. A. Howard of Starke, Is cur was a life member of the International CfosHed the Intersection of Highway partment of the Clay Electric Cooperative for an opinion on the apparent where It will be prepared for

, there, were Dr. LeClerc was of Injured of the late Mr. and Mr*. A. rently assigned to the 47 Military Union of Musician. 4 21. Barker's car, which was ,. at Keystone Heights, overlapping these two law or, conflict between burial. Funeral arrangements
no report accidents Attorney General
M. Darby of atarke. graduatedfrom Police Company In Web, Beside his son; he Is survived headed north, smashed Into the was killed Monday night In an bad not been completed yesterday
Richard
or violence to dampen'the W. Ervin replied under
The by a daughter Miss Audrey PukI right side of LeClerc' turning automobile accident five miles afternoon. \
Citadel the militarycollege Austria. Cpl. Howard serve asa car. -
Christmas date of November
, spirit. I ham of education at ; It around three times. 'I from Mel rose, 17 as follows:
of South Carolina, on member of the security team professor
the "In
"Why' .c-y Jail was even I I my opinion Both of
Saturday. December 17, receivingthe which ride each L. 8 military ,Rollins College eight grandchildren Mrs. Avery, who was sitting' In Arno Thledgen. 28 also of Key- these act ; Bennett AnnouncesFor
empty, added Thornton. have their
, bachelor of science degree. freight and passenger train operating ; 21 greatgrandchildren.Funeral the back seat with Dr. tone Height, was driving the fields of respective
was thrown out of the LeClerC'1 f car and waR Injured. He operation In Bradford Re-Election
ChaHter failed
entered The Citadelon In Austria and southern services were held .
Lucille Ball Stars Mrs Hathc k, who to make a curve and the County depending upon the condition -
September 9, 1939 as a cadet Germany Thursday afternoon In Lake City was sitting automobile
, In New but ,was honorably discharged the up front with Mrs. LeClerc,I, turned over several times hereinafter stated. Charles E. Bennett, member nf
Comedy'At "If the Board .
of the
House
( Fredrlksson County Commissioners of Representative
explained "I had was born
: In
following August He returned e just opened my RllxaDeth : : -
, Florida, TheatreLovely to The Citadel ,on September 8, Western Frontier window about a minute before. Il N J., and moved to Keystone of that county, by appropriate from the 2nd Congressional DIlltrlct -

1941 and left In July 1943 to enter f Days PortrayedIn If It had been closed' that glass 11 year ago with his parents action a* prescribed bChapter y announced yesterday hla
Lucille Ball is costarredwith from 33391. shall make the candidacy for re-election.
upon active mll1tary'duty.. \ may have cut someone badly." Rockvllle Center L. I.
, William Holden In the new He again entered The Citadel as I New Park: Film The, LeClerc. car had left Lake He was a veteran of World War permanent registration system "How to preserve a sound ",,-
comedy "Miss Orant Takes Rich- a veteran student on June 3O II I Klngsley a few minutes before II and a member of the Baptist provided by said act effective In flout economy and Individual
, mond", which :will be shown at theFlorida 1947 to complete his Romance and adventure on the and was going to Green Cove Church that county on January 1, 1000, freedoms while achieving needed,
Theatre Sunday and Mon college frontier In the 70s. are stressed In Besides his the registration of electors in the
work I Springs. Barker was returning parents he Is sur- mmanltarlan legislation and a
, day.The eMasonic .1 "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon", to Jacksonville from Silver dived by his widow, Mrs Edna (county will be controlled by the balanced budget Is the fundamental
merriment stems from complications Recent birth In Shadycrest thrilling story of the U. S. Cavalryat Springs. Fredrlksson and two children, provision of Chapter 23391, and problem which confronted

that arise when a"dumb" Officers Hospital I I : a crucial period! In the turbulent The Shadycrest Hospital re- Marion and Winslow, Jr., of Key In that event the requirementsof the Stat Congress and will

t -llecretll.ry. played by Miss Installed Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. M L. Youngbloodof I history of the West. This new Torts that all three of the men stone, and a brother, John C. Chapter 23133 (the Roberta face the 82nd" Bennett stated
Ball Is hired bookie Holden technicolor drama, open. Sunday FredrlkiHion' bill) shall ,be disregarded."On .
by a ( ) Waldo a girl, Carolyn Marie are Improving.Both of Jacksonville. He pointed out that fee .hay
at the Park Theatre for a three- the other hand, should the
night
to work In his real estate office Funeral
Tueaday Dec 27 can service
" was on December 18. were. virtually de were held supported economy In government -
which Is actually a front for hU Installation night at Bradford Mr and Mr. J. B. Godwin announce day run. molished. Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock Board, not make effective such I ,, effective law against communists
ambling activities. Lodge No. 35. F&AM. ... Revolving around the dramatic The In the Melroite permanent registration systemset
L. Dur- the birth of a son, James Injured were brought to Baptist Church pensions for needy aged,
" Miss Ball takes her Job seriously, shlmer acted a* installation officer Brown Jr.. at Shadycreat Hospital situation of a lonely cavalry post SUrke In a DeWitt C. Jones ambulance with Rev. David Thorns officiat up by Chapter 25391 on January just agricultural legislation, elimination

however, and before long baa herself and .P. M.. Barefoot as Mar on December 14. Mr. Godwin facing a threatened Indian attack, ing.1 Interment was in the Melrose 1, 193O, the provision at of patronage etc. Ass rnK
' and her employer Involved In shal. the picture stars John Wayne Cemetery with Chapter 23133 shall control with
Is the former Miss Peggy arrangements the Issues he has "opposed' are:
a housing which turns out The, following Joanne Dm..and Harry Carey Jr In of respect to the registration and
" project officers were. Installed Tilley of Starke. Monday Is Holiday charge DeWitt C. Jones. the Townsend Plan, Truman's
to be one of the most hilarious for the ensuing year; Mr. and Mrs. Don Barbour of Wayne plays a hard-bitten cavalry re-reglstratlon, of elector in the "civil rights" program, compulsory

construction Jobs ever undertaken.How S. L. Peek. WJJ.; Freman Reg- Gainesville announce the birth ofa I captain who I la about to be Most Starke businesses will Tourist Club NoticeUntil county"Since health Insurance and the
Holden get. out from under later. Jr.. 8.W.; H. W. Lapp. daughter Sarah Ethel. In the I retired just when his experience closed all day Monday In Chapter 29152 requires Brannan plan,
the housing project and eludes exposure : J.W.; X E. Hemwall, Tress; C. Alachua County Hospital on December ,t. most desperately needed. formance with the legal W'I further notice the Tour that the registration and re- I Bennett 1* a veteran of WorM
reglstratlon thereunder shouldbe
of his bookie activities .U. A. Futch Secretary; L. L Libby 24. Mr. Barbour I Ia the Interwoven with the plot I Is a |I which baa been declared due to 1st Club will meet on Thursday War II and practiced law and
said to ,make a mirth-quaking 8J>.;' Mack Futch. ..J.D.v.. son of Mrs. Ethel: Sternberg Bar I romantic triangle Involving Mis 'fact that New Year Day comes night at 8 o'clock In the American proceeded that with immediatelyupon I served In the Florida Legislature'
act becoming H law, It
. climax. foot.S. St.Tyler.John Marshal;; P. M. Bare bour. formerly of Stark. l Drip and two young lieutenants. 'I Ion Sunday I I Legion home I 'is suggested that should the of I prior to the war. .






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THE NIGHT AFTER CHRISTMAS'Twas Fat pine Is such a help down family and Mr. and Mra. N. C. and Mrs H. H. Howard throughthe I during the holidays.

County Telegraph there. Mott and family visited Mr and holidays. Miss Dorothy Crosby of Poml.
the night after Christmas, and boy what a house!
Clay Hill! : A big time Is expected Mra. Harry Lewis Sunday. Mr. an* Mrs. Sanford Hlcka of no and Mra. Louise Thrasher of
I felt like the devil and so did the
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OWN.R-EDIt Capelbu.hed spouse. Christmas, I believe the event Gent
Mr. and Mra. Francis Baird of Starke visited Mr.' and Mrs. Daytona visited: their parents, Mr
The egg-nog and turkey and candy were swell,
Is tonight. I hope they all have a
Washington D. C. visited Mrs
Every Friday and Entered a. Second But ten hours later It sure gave me hell. good time at school. Lots of cards Doris Kelley Sunday. Stakes Monday. Hicks visited and Mra. L. A. Crosby during the

pass Matter at the Poet Office at Stark., Flaw The stockings weren't hung by the chimney with care- from the folks. Ella Mae and Lois Mr and Mrs J. A. Parker and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Sanford Ned Hicks of holidays.Mr. .
Mr. and
The darn things were sprawled on the back of a chair. Oateen sent me a card I have thla son are visiting friends and relatives and Mrs. Junior Dukes and
Stnrke Christmas day
MEMBER 1949 The children were nestled all snug in their bed, morning. I can never forget my In Alabama during the hol- and son, Gerald children were supper guests of his
Dukes
K.
Mrs. R.
But I had a large cake of Ice on my head. children. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Car idays.Hany, of Dukes visited Mr, and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. William

ga Ascription 93&0 Annually $1.30 For Six ItILId And when I finally dozed off in a nap ter have moved In the big house Edwards visited his slater Earl Green Friday afternoon. Dukes Sunday evening.We .

The Ice ;woke me up when it fell In my lap. over near Clay Hill. They are Mra. B. Q. Miller of Jacksonville Mra. Rosa Plnholater" Is visiting I to
will have I are proud announce the"
grinding cane now. They
Then for some unknown reason I wanted a drink last week. Pinholater of I
Mr and Mrs. of
a nice Christmas. Guy opening a new Cafe by Mr and
So I started in feeling my way to the sink. HELPFUL flINTS: If you Mr. and Mra. Raymond Crews 'Jacksonville for a few days. Mrs. Jest Lamb.

I got along fine 'till I stepped on the catI and daughter of Jacksonville, Mr Mrs Hamp Connely of Ocala
would be happy you must put I Ned hicks and Madge Bloss were
Ddll don't recall just what occurred after that. forth effort. If you feel blue the and Mrs Coleman Dee e and child- visited Miss Mary Mott Christmas married December 23rd. We Wish
When I to the house all flooded with ren of Branford, and Mr. and Mra.
V VIEWPOINT came was light easiest way girls to shake It off day. them a happy married life.
Although under the table I was high aa a kite. la to take a bath, in a tub or J. E. Hardy and two daughters of Mrs. Wilson Green, Mrs. Pave;
7fII& Starke visited Mr. and Mra. O. W. Green and lion, Julian, were In
While visions of sugar plums danced In my head sponge In aa hot water as you can .

I somehow got up and then back into bed. with sweet smelling soap Put on Barry Christmas day. Gainesville shopping Saturday. CoughsFrom
Mr and Mra. Mell Linda Gale Green and Gene.,Edwards [Beware
Then what to my wandering mind should appear clean things and see how much Vickery and.
TRECASTS FOR 1950 SOUND' GOOD children of Gainesville visited attended a party, given by
better the world looks. Even a MrS
But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer. I Common Colds
and Mra. Ernest Edwards their cousin, Freddie Vickery of
and
,
clean son
and
If the forecasters are right, 1950 will be quite a year. Then the sleigh seemed to change to a red fire truck apron, cooking up a
Gene afternoon.
good dish for the family will shed Sunday afternoon. Gainesville Thursday
That HANG ON
V. S. News & World Report has summed up the concensus. AccordIng And each reindeer turned Into a bleery-eyed buck. any gloom. Now the New Year la Miss Madeline Green and Alex Howard and Donald Hazen of

fed better clothed, better I knew In a moment It must be Old NickI Plant visited their grand- Crtomulsioa relieves promptly bet iu<
to it, the people as a whole "will be better coming, try a few more 'smiles for Williams Jr. of Jacksonville were City cil
tried to cry out but my tongue was too thick. daddy, George W. Hazen through goes right 10 the test of the trouble
housed, better supplied with the goods and services they want. the family and friends, and hap- supper guests of her parents, Mr. and
Then the old devil whistled and shouted with the Christmas holidays. to help loosen expel germ laden
glee piness ,will come back to you, a and Mra. Dave Green,
Wednesdaynight
will be better than ever be- and aid nature to soothe and
Jcba to be rather plentiful. Pay phlegm
C promise While the bucks pawed the earth and looked daggers at me. hundred fold. None of us 'is per- Roy Green and children'IRlt..d j heal tender inflamed bronchial

fflre. Taxes will not be higher. Prlcee are likely to be fairly stable"' Then he called them by name and the names made me shudder fect. Who would want even to live Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Barry werein :Mra. Q. E. McGauley and family mucous taw membranes.Tell your druggistto

The figures are extremely Impressive, even in an, era when we are When I"heard them I felt like a ship minus rudder. with a perfect partner We would Webster on business Tuesday. of Palatka Christmas. tell, you a bottle of Creomulnon
Feel so wicked. Just forgive and Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thomas and with the undemanding must like
"Now Egg-Nog! Blcardi! Four Roaes! and Brandy! ,
In 18SO
of billions.
to In terms of tens ourtotal Mr. and
accustomed talking glibly Mrs. James Kinchen and
each Rev. and Mrs. C. A, Crosby of be it quickly allayi the rough
forget thing that happens. way
individual business Now Fruit Cake! Cold Turkey! Gin Rickey! and Candy t
which Includes everything spent by children of Jacksonville
upending- Remember that the children's lives and Mr. two sons are visiting her parents, of you are to have your money back.
and government expected to be nearly $267,000.000,000. That To the top of his dome, to the top of his skull are very much affected when and Mrs. MerrieR Edwards and Linden. CREOMULSIONfor

this and Now whack away, crack away, with thumps that are dull!" children of Starke visited Mr.
t* 97,000,000,000 more than the estimated figure for year, parents quarrel and show no loveor and Mrs. H. P. Gainey visited Mr.
t :*:3W' >0,000,000 over the 1948 total. And then in a twinkling I felt on my roof concern for each other and for Mra. H. H. Howard Sunday. and Mrs. R W Brannen of Ralford CQuah..Chest ColdjBronchitn

The biggest gain Is spending by Individual! One reason for thin Is The prancing and pawing of each cloven hoof. 1 them. They will not learn In school. ,(, Guy Jones of Tampa 's upending -,,

the $2,500,000,000 which veterans ,will receive in refunds on their government How long this went on I'm sure I can't say and feel Insecure and will be mal- the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Nwrlao.

life Insurance. Payments will begin shortly after the first of Tho' It seemed an eternity, plus a long day. adjusted. Think on these things O. W. Barry, -
But the after Christmas had and make the New Year Mr: and Mrs Bill Plaster of
finally night passed a perfect "
the year and will be completed In a relatively short time. It Is believed Jacksonville : Rom where I sit... // Joe Marsh
visited
And I found I could really think straight at last.1\ one for the family. .her parents, ,
that a very large part of the money will be spent in a hurry for con- Mr. and Mrs.
Now I must get Norman Parrish last
go turkey.Jon's
So I thought of the New Year a few days away my
sumer goods of all kinds. brother and wife are coming ,weekend.
And. I've made that
: me a vow no tempter can away.
Total individual earnings, the magazine goes on, are forecast at for Christmas. We will open our Madeline Green of Jacksonville
even
I'm sticking to water, don't want ice,
216500000000. Personal taxes and anticipated uvlngn will account presents Christmas Eve. Now I visited her parents Mr. and Mra
For there's nothing aa tasty or nothing as nice. Dave The Missus
for about $34,000,000,000 of it. So, if the crystal ball is telling the can get my Santa Claus cotton Green last weekend. A Tonic For
The night after New Year may bother some guys awed Mra." T. W Markey Mrs. Mattie
Tam. ,
flowing through the channels on my So here I wish ,
Individuate will send $182,500,000,000 .
truth But >,ve learned my lesson, and brother, I'm wise you all a New Year, that Is bright Snwella and Miss Ivif Mae Lewis, w "

of trade and commerce. You can have your rich victuals and liquor that's red and happy. were In Htnike shopping Wednesday -
II The missus came marching In low, he gets over It by blowing on
Spending by the government will increase by some 2400000000. But what goes to my stomach :won't go to my head. Ring out the olds, ring In the afternoon. broken-down clarinet he base
She
Private investment, on the other hand, will probably be not much So a big Happy New Year to you and to all, new, Vance Russ and Mr. and Mra with a new hat yesterday. was a
mastered in
greater than this year, and substantially below the $15,000,000,000 I'm back on the wagon, and hope I don't fall! I Ring happy bells across tho Francis Rusa of Lake City visitedMr aa happy aa a circus poster. twenty year
and Mra. learned about the From where I sit, different people
figure which was chalked up In 1918. Russell Kay snow; Buddie RUMS recently I've one thing
I IL The year la dying-let It goRING rats she buys. A hat Is a tonic to are atteayt going to respond to
U. S. News also touches on the fluids where most of the money rvlll'
OUT THE FALSE RINGIN Mrs Mattie Sowella visited Mr. her. If she's feeling blue, nothing different things in different ways.
be .pent. On the basis of the forecasts, there will be a rise in sains
THE TRUE. and Mra. Charlie Kelley: of ZIP gives her a lift like a new hat. So let's keep a friendly understanding -

hand, may go dnwn. a bit, due to lower prices. The automobile people God bless you. Mr. And Mrs. Pitt Baxter visited fedora without raising my blood out of a new hat an old clarinet,

think that sales will be as good or nearly aa good as in the current Love- -LURABROOKFR her parents, Mr. And Mrs. Johnnie pressure a notch. But Ill admit a chocolate soda or a temperatethat

boom yea.r-a premise largely based on the fact that there art' 20,- Levis of Jacksonville Christ more than once I've bought a glass of sparkling beer or ale now.

()OOO.OOO care of varying degrees of antiquity now on the road which mas.Mr. new briar pipe I didn't need-just and then.

will need to be replaced before too long. The construction Industry, In And Mrs. J. I..., Douglas of because" life getting a little

both Its residential and commercial branches, scorns to be looking to 'tyAuraPOHCA.NEBRr ;Starke And Mr. and Mrs. Clar bit monotonous.wjg
nee Strickland
of
LaCrosse
;li>r,0 with confidence. = Rv It'a Mao Lewl'sMr were 1., f/(
dinner it'a
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. With. Buck Howell something A'
"
Some of the exports are convinced that economic troubles will e. .C C.: V'
Buck Is
Wherein I prepare for C'hrlnlmux Santa thla afternoon again for the Douglas!: Christmas'day.Roy else again. When! feeling
vt.itually. catch up with UH-but. few expect them In 1950 or soon t I with a whirlwind of cleaning and I Commercial club. It Is cloudy as and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. and Howard, student .at the U.

thereafter.JSOIL linking I uhlxprr a prayer of''If It might snow. That would be child ," are upending their Christ 0 t F, la visiting his parents, Mr. Copyright 1919, UaileJStalei Brewers Foundation

thank, for IrlcniN. anti folk. fun. Santa and I will ride thru, mal holidays with her relatives I
In Wauchula.Mrs. .
CONSERVATION KI.U: <'TION 0..' GREAT SW NI.FILtN'E' : My land was the west land; my town on the fire truck to tho City I

home was on tho hill hall with bells ringing. There we B. G. Miller of Jacksonville -

Farmers must either conserve the soil or face government regula- I never think of my land but It give out a treat and the childrentell visited her mother, Mrs. Let- HOME L I

tkin, in the view of Kent Leavitt, president of the National Association makes my heart thrill; me what they want old Santa tie Edwards' last weekend. STAR NGSSTARKEOWNED

of Soil Conservation Districts It Is aald that more than 500- I never smell the west wind that to bring for Christmas. This la a- Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and

000 acres of land are loot in this country each year by erosion and/ blows the golden skies bout all the Civic duty besides children visited relatives here H/f/

wade, and we thus face the problem of an ever-Increasing population But desire is In my feet and voting that I get done, with all Sunday. rocery & t

coupled with .a diminishing amount of land. ilreams are In my eyes. my house work and helping Don. Bob Long of South Carolina vis-
I never smell the west wind that We had another funeral Tuesday. ted his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. .'
For this reason great significance is attached to the Soil Conservation blows the silver Chips A man starting a fire with kerosene C. Long last week. SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER I 31, 1919

District election to be hold in Bradford County on Saturday, But old delight lit in my heart can exploded, burned him O. W. Baxter visited friends and

December 31, and it is hoped that a representative number of farmer '- and mirth Is on my lips. and he died The house burned al relative. fn Georgia Christmas. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets

will turn out at the polls to register their opinion in this matter Dana, Burnet. so. So be careful of that kerosene Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis and

In a recent speech at POI tland. Oregon, Mr. Leavitt offered thieonuggested r
Yes, my land now Is the west
remedies for these new problems of the soil: I'
land, and as I have told you before Western

"First," he said, "farmers must change their thinking about the the wind blows so much. It Pork Chops Ib. 39'Best

ownership of land. We should consider ourselves as trustees fur fu- I brings to me scene of many kinds

ture generations. and with a romance love of that this fills great\ my broad being Up to 40% MORE HEAT ,

"Second, we must continue to delevop the proper science of land
land of farms and ranches. Peopleout
use I
here have so much room that

"Third, we must get the proper land use applied to every landacrein I they are always glad to see you. I Blue Rose RICE
3 Pounds
America without changing the form of government." In crowded cities. and states *with this winter with a NEW NORGE - - 29c

Air, Leavitt has a strong point--::its essence Is that unless we, as a a large population one cannot expect -

nation voluntarily take care of the land which sustains us, the politicians them to welcome every stran

will force Federal control down our throats. That. halt happened /ger. Anyhow my home Is the westland F-A-B Large ,Size ,Box - - - 21c
and this heartla ,
morning my Home Heater
in England where the Labor government has dictatorial author.
.
filled with mirth. Whoopee!
ity over agriculture In all its phases. It would be the height of folly
When I this done I
get am goingto OO
to say that it could not happen here. go get my turkey. It la all >> *
d C! J
The Soil Conservation Districts are one of the best ways of dealing dressed now, they tell me and I I ; Packed in Oil, *T/C

with this situation. They are grass roots organizations, made up of shall put It out on the back porch tI Fiat i

local people, and they are locally controlled. They are not subsidized where It is cold. Every once In awhile /ar IDeS Sixa.) 2
(Limit f
1 loin! the public treasury Their connection with She Federal government then I can go look at It. Ha to&C

Is limited to the technical assistance of the Soil Conservation I have the house Khlning. I waxed rYES ,
,
polished and cleaned yesterday In ",
Service! and other agencies. They are geared to handle conservation e

on a local, a state, or a regional level. One of the most encouraging a whirlwind of cleaning. Thing Great Northern BEANS 3 Pounds
not bad, but I 29c
were so
just -
gavethem -
vigns of the time Is that they have grown In both number and Influence ,
an extra go over, I boughtsome
at a remarkably swift pace. They! prove that we, as a free
new throw for the
rag rugs
people, can .work together voluntarily to solve our problems. front bedroom. I had some shag
Dixie Pride BREAD Per Loaf
rugs, but they are over the busy - - lOc
We allow
wry OR ('OUSTR"-\\1I1C'IIT I spots In the living room rug. I up

have \She wreaths dusted and In
Which would you rather do: Live on a farm or in a city? the hall I have ,strung some red to $25.00 for your -

Jf you live in the city, you have many advantages and conveniences.To and silver rope, with red ribbon 3 LB. CAN e

begin with, you have police and fire protection, better school and and bells from the light fixture.I present heater. C r I S C 0 69
have a small artificial tree on (Limit One
)
health facilities, stores are closer and more abundant, as are churches, a little stool by the big mirror. At ,
if ACT NOW!
and entertainment places Water, electricity, gas, and telephone service the front door I have a spray you

I Icf spruce bough, holly and a big
are readily available. Streets are lighted and there are sidewalks.
bow of red ribbon Of course the Increased heating efficiency Probably The Last Time At Such An AC IL

Neighbors; and frlenda are nearby and there are many social organizations tree Is still In the living room. I will save you many i LARD :." Outstanding Low Price tjj |Q. Can 5 39

with scheduled activities.Jn have a huge bunch of holly from .
dollars
on your heating
life In is sheltered existence with many Daisy of Clay 11111 on the desk In
short a city a more com bill when you havea

forts and cultural advantages. But it costs far more to live In a city, a water big gray vane. I put it In some NORGE HOME A-JAX CLEANSER Per Can '
thinking to keep It longer -
living close to others Is sometimes objectionable; and the pace of life So now I have a part of my loved HEATER. Trade in that - - 7'c

.Is a great deal faster holly tree again this fifth Christ old "fuel hog" heater

Oh the other hand, If you live in the country you live close to nature mas away from Clay Hill. I thank now Take advantage of

with the quiet and charm that goes with it. You enjoy th* best and my dear friend Daisy with all my the generous trade-in

freshest food available anywhere. Rich, creamy milk, good country heart. She also enclosed a lovely allowance Norge is offering / Suds LARGE BOX

butter, fresh eggs, tree ripened fruit, garden fresh vegetables .all pair of silk hose. I have also had a for a limited time Super 1QCLARD
.
and You book tl'OlIMay Dickens of Sanford only. Norge Home (Limit
these more are your daily fare. are free and Independent of Florida and nice cards from Heaters Two)

buaineaa upi-and-downs, your own baSIl and can more or less do as you Mrs. a.e.Iw..o.
Bishop Thomas of Brooker,
please. Many of the city conveniences, such as electricity, gas and Mrs. A B. Fowler of Hawthorneand .

telephone service are increasingly available.School and church busses I The Charley John's and Mrs. Only Norge Gives You this Combination of Money-Saving( Features
pick up the children. 'I White and sister Olive Ray. I wish Home Made 25 Pound Can
.t Tach.eg.r.. (pac.l.i..II" C.nsfen-l.wl.. l Meter Valve 3.19HiUp
You are out of doors most of the time, working !in the sun or rain, I could go on and name all who ,
'have remembered Intlde.. and out) ....-... 011 Tank (4 gallant)
; me with
busy from dawn until dark, working with animals and crops. You presents
and cards. I will try to ..DowndraN "Whiriator" Tub "T.II-T.I""Visible. Oil Gouge
have beauty about you at all times aa you work in a green growing I answer
each. That la why I whisper a Triple-Air. Oil Cursor Automatic Draft ...ulot...' FLOUR 25 Pound Bag
i= 1.69
field, blue sky overhead, and birds chirping and singing. At the end prayer of thanks this Christmasfor HumldiflarNM -
of a long busy day you know the comfort of a good night of rut and kind friends Single-Dial Hoot S.I.ctsuc.lalnen.m.l .
and folka. Mrs. M M.... CHM17He *
do not need.anyone to "rock you to sleep." Cox of Miami sent
me a lovely pillow This XVmaxin.;
But country life la hard, its labors are never done, and It U essentially top. She la the one who named

a a lonely life, especially for women and children.; During storms CLAY HILL ECHOES. Mrs. Ed Offer /Is tmiretSo/ ; Good *
Meaty
and hrtvy' rains a beautiful farm la turned into a muddy mess, and Carter and family of Lawtey sent NORGF Neck Bones 9C
me a card. I HURRY! HURRY!
must hurry on. I .
till monotonous work must and be boring.done aa usually.' Milking and other chorea can be made 'a frlut cake and the kind Per PoundTry

you can eat soon. Willie has been
Much has been written about the joys of living in either the city or singing but at the moment la

country, but It really boils down to the Individual's wants and desires.If fluttering around in his cage as If

you think you'd like to live In the city, ;why not try It for a while T scared. My pete are auch a joy ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY Our LA-ROMA COFFEE -- It's Wonderful We

You might or might not like It. but you live only once. altho sometimes I fear they are

Likewise, if you live In the city, and yearn for a place In the country 111 and I would feel badly then. ,
Digger seems always to be well J. R. Kite, Owner-Manager Starke Fla. Grind It. Fresh While You WaitAGE !
why don't you find out for once and for all? You'll never really and happy. He loves to go to the .

know until you do. store with me. I am to be Mrs1. ..











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' 49

FniD.\Y. DECKMBEIl: 30 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAFII. STARHK. FLO.KIDA
PAGK TIIIIKMSTATE
.-
paof Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley of several days.Mra. Bradley during the holiday season fly Haven ("r..b"', t> C I Thomaa 8. nennon.. Plaintiff vllulh lon of .a Soil Conaervatlon Hintrlet. Poll.. .. ..
I Hay Hclilon. t>eld..n BuildingDay- S. Kenkuu, Liefendant.. Cane 10. .mal" .pen00: .A II.
Mr FARM Draper, N. C. :were visitors of Mr. P. S. Crews and Spencer were Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger, tntiu. Hnach. Florida, No. f CSfkrtler within which will tho. leiral Intluda, boundary all 'land ot* llrart-lylnit to 4:30: M.POLI.INO.
Mr. and Mrs. Reese and Ally. for 1'lf. 11-9 H30IK ... .. .
Bradley 4t of P hlltatl Mn" fntle* tntpprar. font County, "'Iorl" l'fACIiH: :
and Mrs. W. H. Williams during Crews attended the Sunday School .
.
XT4 I 1-1 U1o' Kl.llt" toiItiitti Hollhn.nn .
By Mr*. Bryan Whltflrli. the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Williams party of the Starke Christian their sons Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie dreejit ('......t. Headforil foejntr, H UinHiu.( whon. rettltlfnc*, ladlo. In view of th* above farts, and LAWley -Hprlngi.--Itedrtlpih'ii City Hull Ktnre)
Bradley and their baby all of Klorlriai In t kaaeerr. % 3!>th i-laco. llyattavlllt), Mary In unmiillunre with the Flnri'la HullI'onnervmtlon Starke County Courf lloimn
Miss Betty Williams and Church at the home of Mr. and I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. IIlIn.h..r'lmm""MIII.: Plaintiffn. land.: !"l 1,1..lel. Art. ChapterAll. Hampton Town Hall
Church Party Mary Nlmmervut. Defendant. Ca.. You are renul'eit to appear on Htatllloa of 1941. a referendumvtrlll Krooker. Community CenterKllitlMe
his their guests spent Christmas Day Mrs. J. P. Roberts Tuesday eve I Leslie Bradley and children of No. 7846. Jan. ill, 1150. In the al>ov nam.'d hti held: In th above denrrltietlterritory vntera will be lanilnwnnrcwho .
With Its elaborate seasonal dec ning. Starke. Order .( Puhllt'iitloii A.i4 >..tlee Ttppear. .. Court. and uauve. wherein plaintiff : to. determine the wletieJof own .land within thw terrltnrr
im In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Hmk divorce' liratlford iountvTeleamph 'liin.lowni.ru therein on the quentlon dvacrlbeil. In thlft, notice.H .
orations centered around a beau Reese Bradley and with Mr. and Mr and Mrs. J. C. Wallace returned NlmmerKut"tme of whoa florlria realdenceIN IMury : hill I publliih" thin Orrtor aw. Htateilliate <>. ('f.A Y'I'OS, Adminimrnter.
*
tiful Christmas tree the home of Monday form Jacksonville I. finHitimrl.. Ilradrurd Count r 1160 Columbia Av... Ontario In next, four weektv IntmenWltneni of lleferendtun'' : 0"1'11I10..1' Btat' H<.ill ConHervatlitn. Honr4.. .
Mrs. Ivan Hazen. Monday the Ha- .. {'Rllh'ul.. mv, him.. I nnil nfflclnl deal 31, 1911! 19-33 2t 1230Don't
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kl..rl.l la t hnacerr.Outlfnrd .j :
hond Bradley was a i .
zens and the Reese Bradleys were where they visited Mr. and Mrs J""kRUII."Ilrr., MI. Ad- You ar. required to appear on at. Htarke Flt i l hi. thla lieceniberfi.
lovely settinK for the Christmas' additional guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells during the holiday din Myem Jackiton Defendant, Can January Dili. 1150(, In the abovenamed ItH'KOFFICIAL ..
.
party of the Sunday School classes season. No. 7641)Ordve ). Court anil rfiilitw, wherein ( KK\I.' A J. Thciman.AN Bury Your Dead Animals !
Williams.Mr. Clerk/ of mild Court
'I of Publication and %0.1.> totpneitr. plaintiff necks divorce. Bradford
r of young people and intermediatesof and Mrs. J. H. Rltch ofKlnpsley Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turncy and oTAI'l-l OK vl.nillltt tot I County Telegraph Khali put>llnh thliOidpr V"v 12-23 Haven It 1-U Cro.by. D. C, Frrr, Prumpt Sanitary Rrmnal of D.....
the Ralford Baptist Church Addie :Myera Jackeon -v huHe residence .1I. In next four weekly ,iNHiieiiWltneaa
sh I Mrs. Clara Stahl were guests of Ix. lli Mulrn Cattle. Call Our Phone
Lake Mrs. Carlylo Ritch unknown: I my hand and officialntnl >rwfl or
classmembers
Thursday evening: Including: I You requited to onJanuary 'V O'rl.l U!10' IllFIHK' >l>t"'I atlimilON
I Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turney in are appear at Starke Florida thle OuoOFFICIAI.
and her 189. If
Jimmie OM< At Starko
children and Martha rot Our
Kxprnao
"r
and their invited guests nth. I 190". In the abovenamed 7. I tq. OK !SOU. (.0..111" -
there about 35 Susan of Starke and John ,Jacksonville Christmas Day. Mrs. I Court and ?.."oe. wherein ( SKAL) A, J Thomai. 'ION I Illtl'IIU T -cemtn-r SI, IDlnAfter \mt Have Dlfflt-ully C'ull Our JtwkNonvlllnOffloo !
were
present. They Hugh A. Hall of Jacksonville returned plaintiff.. eeeka were directed in games and contests Rltch of Gainesville were dinner I I Telewruph ahull pnlillxh thlaOrrtT Hv: llnven Crnphy D ('. 14. IU4<), at I Iho County 1'h. 4-3.10O Ih y, Nlftht or lnllila> .
hontft.asalstpd guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. home with Mr. and Mrs. I' In next four weekly. leaueaVv John J ll..nderpon, lift VewnanStreet. Cmirt IFoutit*, Tlradfonl. County Fiorina
by the by Mrs. : ttneva hum) nnil official weal Jmkiionvllle, anil maklnic niieclnl' Inventlicatlon
ntv -
Turney and has been their visitor Florida. FLORIDA SOAP CORPORATIONInlet.
Mrs. Malcolm Tompkins Misses Rlchardeg Monday. Henry Rich, I at Slnrke, Florida. thin Dei-cm be IOFF1CIA Atty to.l'lf. l la.94t: HSOIn th" 8tat Hull Ci>nnervallonHoard
arde returned to Gainesville with thla past week. haa. netermltUHl that therit la I
Fin. 1'h. 2100Let's
Kathryn Dennison and Joyce Canon ., ...... .. IJ Oranira Park
< SRAM" A. J. Thoman and Mrs. Nell Crews. Prize I John Ritch and visited him for Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aa Clerk of paid Court rlorlilal !. ( ..........,.. afety and welfarv for tho oruunnu-. .
winners were Franklin Kittler,
Joyce Davis and Jimmie Godwin.
Refreshments consisted of sandwiches .I
and cake with. coca colas


meeting's Club of
and Club of last the wek.State Each Farm was held Bridge In gger

the club room with Its natural
beauty emphasized by a lovely
Christmas tree and by an exquisite
mantel arrangement that carried
out the Yuletide motif. At Better Year In 1950
each party an exchange of gifts .
was enjoyed. Refreshments for the
Community Club meeting Tuesday
afternoon werp fruit rake and coffee


luncheon.Wednesday while the Bridge wai Bridge In club the,Club, prize form meeting win of a I We Face The Future With Utmost Confidence and Optimism Over The "

ners were as follows for high
score Mrs. :M E. Grlner; for !Second
high Mrs L. F Chapman and Of Starke and Bradford
In bingo :Mrs. Tom Conners. Opportunities County

Open lloutteiRev. I
and Mrs L,. A. Shepherd:
were "at home" to friends from
out-of-town from Starke and lake
Butler and from the Farm who
attended the Christmas Paegeant \
Monday evening.!: Their home wai I
artistically' decorated in the I -
Christmas theme. Delicious refreshments
wore nerved from the
exquisitely appointed dining room ,
table. Covered with a handsome
luce cloth the table was centered! vici.e.OCACA .
with a low arrangement: of redllldioJl. '
/{ At one end there was a "
Hllver service from which Mrs. L .
F Chapman poured coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E Grlner had
as their holiday visitors Miss Faye ,
Heinau of Orlnndo and Mr. and .
Mrs. Martin Relnau and their
children of Palutka. Monday Mr [
and Mrs. Grlner were !guests: of the
Rrlnaiis In Palatka driving with Situated the CROSS ROADS OF NORTH
their hosts to Daytona Beach in at
the afternoon.Mr. .

and .children.. and Mrs.Jane H and. M Henry Richards attended FLORIDA Starke CANT MISS It is bound \ "

l the Durden-Ritch Christmas ,..
dmner at the Jacksonville <

Durden.Beach home Mrs.of A.Mr M.and Richarde Mrs. H.spent A. to. continue to grow and prosper. A look at

Christmas day with Mrs. Annie R.
Normnn In Jacksonville the will teD why. It is in the Cl TY
Mr. and Mrs R. H. Cox. Mr and map you center .
Mrs J. M Bradley and Miss Carolyn

Orlando Bradley.where returned they had Monday been from visItors of things"and the natural shopping center
of Mr. and Mrs Gerald Cox
.
Hlnce attending December Saturday/ 25 the Evnns-Cox being among wedding those of a rich trade _area. But we the citizens

Mr. and Mrs II G Davis Jr of LSOUTH

Christmas Gainesville holfclav spent i the with Immediate Mr and of Starke must not let this growth and prosperity ,

Mrs. W, N. North.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C Richardson
and thrlr children Butnvia nnri catch us napping --- We must be pre
Frederick of Crescent City were
Christmas dinner /guests: of Rev. r.

and MM.the L.family A. Shepherd pnrty on Completing this pared to assume our new responsibilities in.,

occasion were S. Sgt. and Mrs.

Calvin and Williams Sherrle.and children Sandra a growing, thriving community !

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thornton
entertained at a family dinner
Christmas Day. Theiriguests Included .
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Tow -

Mr.send and and Mrs.their 1.Hon. L. of Thornton Dado City ar.d Let's All Cooperate To Clean-up, Paint-up and Fix-up So Our Town Will Be EyeappealingTo

family of Archer, Mr. and Mrs. A.

C.C. Crews W. Brannen and family and son Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs. The Thousands Of Tourists Who Will Pour Through Here During The New Year.


pan Edna Miss led Knight Mr Frances. and of Mrs.Lake Caldwell A Butler W accom Anderson Let's Make Starke Attractive Enough So They Will Want To Stop.We .

Jr of Stirke to the Anderson
family reunion In Archer Sun
day.
'
and Mr their. and children Mrs. Georgp of Green'Mant Cove""" take this opportunity of thanking our friends and customers for the wonderful patronage accorded to us during the past year and hope that

and Springs Mrs.were W.dinner G giu Strlngfellow
Christmas Day.
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Chasteen. .

Ga.Jr. and spent Mrs.the J.Christmas W. Lee of Atlanta holidays, J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS DAHMER'S GIFT SHOP ED SIMPSON ,- GEM JEWELRY

with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and LAWSON'S MKT. & COLD STORAGE DRIGGERS' FURNITURE COMPANY HART FURNITURE COMPANY

their baby daughter Mrs. P SCrews .
and Spencer Crews ware STARKE BEDDING COMPANYSTEFANELLI'S SETZER'S SUPER STORES Olson's Commercial Refrigeration
Christmas dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Johnny Outlaw In Hague. GROCERY & MARKET CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE FLORIDA THEATRE

-.-... --........ GREEN'S GROCERY
STUMP DEPARTMENT STORE Western Auto Associate Store

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION LOUIS R. DEANLIBBY
RONNIE DONNIE STORE Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant
SALES & SERVICE
HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP STARKE MOTOR COURT
PHARMACISTS G. J. McGriff Motors-Ponliae and G. E'. Appliances,
MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET C. H. Nasworthy General SuppliesCLARJEAN
E. T. SHULL Plumbing & Heating .

NEW METHOD CLEANERS SLADE GAS COMPANY, Inc FLORIST

GA Y'S SERVICE STATION
DOWLING AUTO SALES FLORIDA BANK at Starke- Member F.D.I.C.
CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY
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'Burnle, Md. la visiting her mother roll of Jacksonville.
New Year's Eve Dance Walter Sibley Host
I I Mrs. Wm. Nuttles. I Thorn enjoying Christmas dinner -
To Be Gala Event At Silver LakeAt Christmas guests of Mrs. NEW RIVERBy with the 'E. A. Sapp'a Were

Mr. E. A. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Siipp and
At USO Building I Christmas, Walter Sibley Blanche Cunningham and family daughter Kay of Gainesville.

sent !invitations to his neighborsat were Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Easterly, I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp of paMka .
I A gala event of the holiday Lake to In Mr. and Mrs Bill Banks of
I Silver participate Jacksonville, and Terrill H. Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
New Year's
I season :will be the a little Christmas spirit. Songs,, e Air Group Jacksonville Cornelia Ca., were visiting 'Ward and children of Starke.
;
Junior
the -
j I Eve dance sponsored by jokes and riddles as well as various N. A. S. Terrill l leaves on a six Sun' ,
friends of this community
Woman's Club to be held at: ./ I Mr and Mrs. J. P. Hummock
-l Editor Phone 29Miss phono-graph 2nd with air group 41 aboard the
State Farm 45 1 I Mrs. Clifford Hazen Chairmanof U S. S. Carrier Midway. Mr. And Mrs. Ernest Williamsof Mr. and Mrs. K.: L. Carter of
- - ----- Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr .
.. the dance, announces that and, *
[ all around Mr. Madison Mr.
44 ,quests leathered Mr. and M... I. J. Snow ..and were visiting
Shiver of
I table reservations may be made'Sibley's beautifully lighted and decorated daughter Dandle of Sarasoto Mrs.. S. I* Crews Sunday I Harold Gainervlllo
Thomas Weds Candlelight Vespers the tables must be claimedby tree and appropriate gifts I I were visitors of Sir and Sirs
land made a spent Xmas with relatives here. Mrs. Jessie and eonsare
The Scots have always Lazenby Christmas
Bud Moody Day.
10 o'clock.Assisting ( ,
FeatureOf were given to all.
Gordon Enjoyable R. R. in Mrs. Snow'sbrother
Wm. Seley big fun over New Yean and no Forsythe relatives In ]
Kanapo-
I 1 with arrangementsare Cake, pecans and soda furnishedthe visiting Mr. and Mrs. Romey Johns of
wonder. The wassail bowl goes and Mrs. Blanche CunnIng.
Mina Lois Irene Thomas daughter Christmas Day :Mrs. S. G. Denmark :Mra refreshments. A good time was I 'round at New Year's time, filled ham Is her sister. "Dad" Forsythe lls, N. C. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Den-

of Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Thomas Sunday night, December 25 at A. B. Baker, Mrs. Vernon Sil- had by all and with cheery good- :'with savory liquid and nostalgic who has been here for the past Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wiggins I zil Thomas of Floral City, Mr.

of Starke. and William Gordon 5:00: o'clock the First PresbyterIan cox Mrs. W T. Jackson Mrs nights and Merry Christmas, all I,I memories. few months, returned to Sarasota and daughter of Bay Molnotte, and Mrs. C. A. John. of Gaines

Seley son of Eugene Seley of Church presented its twelfth H. A. Bishop. Jr., Mrs. R. G, the neighbors returned to their I I Traditionally the wassail" bowl l with the Snows. Ala. spent" the holidays with Mr. ville. Mr. and Mrs. One Padgett

Otra and Mrs. Seley of Fairfax, annual Candlelight Vespers Service Paterson Mrs. John Deas. Mrs., : homes with the real feeling ol., Itself should be an ornament of Mr. and Mrs. James Ekhart and and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins. of Maxvllle and Mrs. Lizzie Mc-
Richard Mrs. T. W. Atta-: Peace on Earth, Good Will to All
S. C.. were united In marriage on opened with Mrs. E. M. Da- Ray traeeful design; its contents shouldbe daughter of Canover, N. C. spent I Mrs. Anita Moody of Lakeland Neal, l of Vero Beach were visitors -

Saturday evening December 17, via' lovely organ prelude and the way, Mrs. Jack Trawick, Miss! Men. warm and aplcy-with sweetened I Xmas. with Mrs. Ekharfi parents, visited Sirs Pronto Moody over of Mrs. Truba Hodges. and

at 9 o'clock In the First Baptist lighting of many tall white candies Freddie Wlmberly Mica Carntta! i I' wine. ale. sugar, and nutmeg. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dykes.Mr. the weekend. Mrs Otis Brown Sunday

Church :with Rev. L. D. Haines by Kaspar Duncan and Theo- Mr.Hutto,Glen Mrs. Wood.M. G. McMillan Mrs. Ruby and Sunday School Class I Custom dictates that at the stroke I and Mrs. Leonard Hamm Mrs. Ira Merrltt and Mr ana M. L. Johns and Hon, M. 1. Jr..

officiating: dore Young.; After the Christmas Johns and Mrs. Martha Wood Entertained By )f 12 on New Year's Eve. the head were Jacksonville visitors Xmas Mrs. Pete Sapp spent Christmas I rondo a business trip to Jacksonville -
The bride who wore a blue suit 'prayer offered by Dr. J. Warren will take tickets at the door. 3f the household should sip the mixture I eve. Day with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Car Monday. .
with 1 black accessories and a Kaufman "Away In a Manger" Mrs. Elliott Flynn and then pass it among those i

.fehile. gardenia corsage, had asher was sung by little Misses Mary present. A favorite custom of the )
matron of honor Mrs. Wllla Schmitt, Betty Jean Schmltt. Anne Miss Isabell Fernandez Mr. Elliott Flynn entertainedher Scots has been to pile into wagons 1 1f

:Mae Mclntoah. Joe Lamb served I Bunch, Sharon St. John, and Frances Weds Mr. Sunday School class for beginners > sleighs currying kettles full of I Ithe'
Simpson of the Church of Christ last wassail cheese and buns. The 1
an beat man for Mr. Seley. Lee Durnhimer under the direction -
Following the wedding a reception of Mlas Mary Lou Durshl- Sunday AfternoonAt Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at party stops at various houses in 1 Resolve Now
the home of Mrs. Emory Henderson. the community and the refresh
held at the home of
was .
mer.The the close of the Christmas ments go 'round st each stop withaut

the tiered brlde'a bride's parents.cake was The cut five-and groups program of'prenUy continued beautiful with Candlelight Vespers In the First Greenery and red berries high- paying much attention to the j L To Save The A&P Way

Presbyterian Church, Sunday, lighted by the beautifully decorated approaching dawn. I 1
rcTved with punch. Christmas music sung with deep
December 25, Miss Isabel Mary Christmas tree were used In "Open Houne" on New Year'
Mr. and Mrs. Seley are at home feeling and excellent interpretation
FernAndez and Mr. John PArke carrying out the Christmas theme. Day was quite the Vogue In the
to friends In Starke where they by Misses Evelyn Stump. Mary Whether If fc* Ib* lust .fr
Simpson of Washington D. C., After enjoying games In the yard United States around the turn of 'al the Mnrt of 'IW>. AAPpolfvy
10th and
nave an apartment at Lou Durshimer, Lucille McRae.
were united In a very simple wedding torl"v.ral hours, the children the 20th century. Newspapers carried / of low prlrew every
Church Streets. Mr. Seley la a Vivian McRae. Loulae Stern, and home' notices ..., HI ... jron niAnrr all
Dr. were Invited Into the house and columns of 'at
ceremony performed by ....
with the Seaboard Air Sel- of the tl n.e1.e.ear
signalman Hazel Fields Mesdames Fred
; J. Warren Kaufman In the pres. presented with cellophane bags announcing; !! the hours during which 1 / 1 / e : HEALTH to AP-.e f\rrjr day -Ile
Francis Crawford, John Mix- a .
ley would be received. And warI /
ence of a few Intimate friends of filled with candy and nuts. The visitors -" .
Line.WSCS on. John Schoenemann Bertram the family. gifts under the tree were then distributed. having duly received hosts and "'
Circle NoticeCircles Simmons, and Warren Kaufman hostesses closed their receptionsand <- Hvrvtt the traditional New
choir and program director. The bride was attended by her joined the procession of callers .'. HAPPINESS I Yenr'i* ,ltnnr-lloir Jowls
Mrs. assisted In
Flynn was serving
niece, Mrs. John Schoenemann. and lilnrk-Hya Fran. It's
of the :Metliodiat WSCS MIa Evelyn Stump soprano soloist ice cream and cake to the it other 'open houses.* ., nalil to Health,
and Mr. had his best -
will meet Tuesday Jan. 3, as follows sang with rare tendernessand Simpson as guests by Mrs. Emory Henderson. Human nature being what It I.. .. Wealth. brie MapptnuiiH
Schoenemann.Mrs. GOODEATING New
man Mr. John I Store Closed d OF throughout Year.
feeling the exquisite "No Simpson Is a member of the Enjoying this affair were about receptions were often 'crashed' by I MD LOTS
Circle One!', Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Candle Was There and No Flre.'L El- 22 members of the beginners class. strangers prompted by the accessibility ',. *
faculty of Elmira College. In I ;
leader will meet at the home of by Lehmann. The rich contralto of free punch, and a succession \ tt SMOKED
Mrs. E. K. Perryman. 3 p.m. voice of visiting soloist Mrs. Edward mire New York and Mr. SimpsonIs of several 'open houses' sometime All Day On \ \
with the Interstate Commerce
Circle Two, Mrs. L. D. Green Charbonneau was again resulted in the most welcome HOG
Commission, D. C.,
leader will meet at the home of much enjoyed In her masterly rendition Washington I guests arriving In Mrs. A. F. Saul 3 p.m. of Schubert's Immortal where the couple will reside I boisterous or mellow mood and Jan. 2 1950 JOWLS

Circle Three, Min J. R. Wainwright "Ave Maria." I contributed to the abandonment of ,

leader, will meet at the In keeping with the spirit of i Coca-Cola Employees &Iterre I, the publicly' announced '0 pen
home of Mrs. Foater Shi Smith house. But Intimates Mill toast
Christmas observed In Lb.
as England Have Christmas
I I Party 3Sc
with Mrs. Newcomb as co-hoeteseat Mrs. John Schoenemann's de each other around a private wassail -_ .
was
appreciative I bowl and "drli.k a cup of kindness
3:30: p.m.UDC and of the Starke Coca-
expressive readingof I Employees on.NEWEL yet for Auld Lang Syne". TALCO FEED
a portion of Dickon's familiar Cola Bottling Company enjoyed

Chapter Notice I I Christmas Carol. n dinner party at the Dixie Mo : SMOKED, BONELESS JOWL
ADDRESSES j SCR4TCIi : 23; Ib. 99c; 100 lb. 3.5W
I The program continued with the tor Court last Friday evening,
The U. D. C. will hold Its regular effective presentation of Karin December 23.Christmas OF INTERESTThe Laying'Mash : 25 Ib. 1.19; 100 Ib. 4.73 lb.
business and meet- Squares 27c
program Sundetof-Asbrand's "Star in the decorations were" til<-
In*; at the home of Mrs. O. L. East", a simple and beautiful pageant ed for this affair. The table wa following new. renewal and 10 oz. Crispo Mix Cookies 21c AND

Flcialey and Mr. J. W. Klncaid. following closely the Biblical centered with an arrangement of change of addressee. received by I '

Wednesday afternoon. Jan, 4, at account of the birth of the red rotes In a crystal bowl. The the Telegraph will be of Interestto \nn Page TASTY TENDER BLACK-EYE;
:3 o'clock. Saviour. In the nbflrnre of Mrs
gaily lighted fjhrlstmaa tree friends! :
George :Miller, who was critically added to this affair. I V Pvt. Daniel E. Tyler. Co. C. 41 tit !I Elbo Macaroni, 8 oz. 9c 1 Ib. 2 Ib.
AdamsNettlesMr. 111, and of Miss Marian McRae and PEAS
After dinner the gifts und'rlhe Engr. Const. Bn. Fort
of Lynn Davis! their roles Oo 23c 43c
were tree were distributed with N. C.: Warwick Thin Mints, Ib 35c
and Mrs. R. A. Nettles of capably portrayed' by Minces Eleanor Bragg'l
the bonus checks front the com 31
Starke announce the marriage of St. John, Vivian McRae and Mrs. Mary E. Allen ..... '
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their daughter. Vera Imogene, to Sharon St. John. Other members pany. New Year's Day, aside from Its Carrillo St., Santa Barbara, BAKERY GOODS :I-J./. ir

lo'tls Adams, Jr., on July 13, of the rant were Misses Lucile Those enjoying this affair were I festive connection, may not seem Mrs. Lily M. Edwards chancr* Mince P4c - 59c
Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Mr very momentous to the average Ft. Lauderdale to 25.
1949! In Folkston. Ga. Margaret Rose Duncan from BgxMadisonvllle
and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Mr. And citizen, but in the past it figured
Mary Lou Durshimer, Hazel Field. Ky.
Mrs L. B. Mrs. prominently in the making of his Donuts Sugared, doz. 19c2K- *&>
Hughes. Mr and
---- = Frances II. Casselt. 1306
$- ======= Dumhlmer. Anne Bunch. Cpl. James
Betty Jean Schmltt. and Mary Balls McKinney Wllbert Thorn- tory.It. Sheppherd St. NW Washington, 19
; of the first Golden Loaf Cake 25c
ton. Walter Tomlln on and W. S. saw the unfurling
Schmitt Mrs. D. C.
Frrcl
; Selley, the
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Johns American flu by George Washington
Reverend B. R. Slrni.ions ai.J ? I T. J. Moore change from Starketo Home Style Bread, loaf lSc
.Bac
and the emancipation of Negro
P1 Messera T. H. McNeal. B. C. Holt- 416 N. Vermont Ave.. Lakeland, f l
FL':. zendorf Charles Shepherd Charles! Birthdays CelebratedAt slaves.: I Fla. Cherry I'M 59c "" a ,y

Knight Kenneth hider, Mack Here Is a Hat of Important events Mrs. C. C. Melvin, change from

Futch and Marney McRae Jr. Joint PartyCarol that have occurred on News Year's Plant City to Dundee Fla. CRANBERRIES 1 Ib. Cello, bag 19c
Ib. ,
MIDNIGHT SHOW I I the 37c
day throughout ages: Ion Cocoa -
The program was brought to a Mrs. C. C. Dees, Route 1, O' ,
Ann Warren and Olivln
'JEW YEAR'S
KVK:-11 P.M. !
fitting close with expressions of Goudmnn celebrated their birth- January 1 Brien. Fla. LETTUCE Ige. Iceberg 60's 2 for 25c
INVISIBLE GHOST appreciation and gratitude for thewholehearted days with a party given by their 38 B. C. The era of the Casears Mrs. F. C. Allen change from ,

cooperation of all mothers last Friday afternoon. began. Jupiter, Fla. to Lake Geneva Dally I.M> Or In It Ounce Cartons

s......, Mon., Tu..... Jan. 1, t, S members of the cast choir, and December 23. at the home of 0. J. McGriff, Jr.. 625 N. Ninth Dog Food, 3 cans 25 TOMATOES 2 lb. 2 for 29c
awlstlngcommittees, after!' which Mrs. Serber Goodman. 1349 A. D. Edward Ill king of 3t.t Gainesville Fla. or ctns.
SHE WORE A Dr. Kaufman pronounced the ben. Games England, defeated the French be- Lillian M. Dodd Ward E, Veteruu .
were enjoyed by .thegirls
YELLOW RIBBONJohn diction and the choir sang the' and their fore Calais with great slaughter. Facilities:\ Bay Pines, Fla. S LA.

Wayne, Joanne AfarAlso "Sevenfold Amen" by John Stalner. Christmas decorations friends. were' C. W. Nicholson change from Sultana Flaked.:Tuna 29c YAMS, Kiln Dried Puerto Ricans 29c
Akron. Ohio to Box &3. Waldo. Fla.
I .lined. feAturing the lighted Christ- 1739 Paul Revere born.
Short Subject The beautiful decorations for mae tree. Mrs. R. B. Secfest, Hallandale. No. 1 Loose or Ilagged
this occasion were the -vork of 1757 Calcutta India capturedby Fla. ('unlona
Favors ,
were blue
"'ed., Thnrik, Jan 4, 5 Mrs. E. M. Davis Mrs. K. O. Dun. pink baskets filled green with Christmas and. the British Mrs. N. B. Blocker, Box 1312, : TOMATOES 13c WHITE POTATOES 10 lb. 29c

DOUBLE!: FEATURE' can and Mrs. Warren Kaufman Atlantic Beach, Fla.
for
randy the girls and harps
I MARRIEDA under the artistic direction of Mrs. for the boys. 1778 First Union flag of 13 stripes Mrs.. O. K. Bennett change from
W. J. Chandler To Mrs' Jeannette Ira unfurled by George Washington. Jacksonville to 809 30th St.. West Jill DanilyGrits CAULIFLOWER
rream birthday cake and .. Large Head 25c
WITCH C Young goes the entire credit punch were nerved by the host- Palm Beach. Fla.Keystone. 5 lb. 29c !
imlrlc March Veronica Lake ,'for the making of the beautiful eases Mrs. Crawford Warren and 1792 Kentucky admitted to the -

I'wings for the three angels of the Mrs Sreber Goodman. Union. I 5 Lit. UOX

ZAMBA I cast. Stars were and the many fine work of the.of costumes Mr. Ann Enjoying and Olivia this affair were about with 30 Carol of 1801 Union .of. .Ireland with I IBritain. Heights!! Cabin Ilixno Red Rome Beauty APPLES 39c

'and Mrs. Charles
Shepherd and their friends. Meal, 2 lb. 12c
Jon HallgMtM Mrs. J. H. Fleida.Birthday .

1814 American dragoons attacked Mrs. James Young of Chicago :2 LJ.I
Fri Nat., Jan. 6, 'T DinnerA Junior WomenTo the British who had seized ,and Mrs. Joseph Bnnks of Allana Rice, 5 lb. 47c Wash.Red Delicious APPLES 23cioldrnheart

DOrBLK FEATt'KE Meet January 5 Buffalo N. Y. : spent the Christmas holidays
birthday dinner In honor of with their brother-in-law and sls- ( or 1'a.sral

HOLD THAT Billy McCull and his aunt Mrs. The Junior Woman's Club will 1815 General Jackson repelled 'I II ter. Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Spencer.Mrs. Cracker Jack, pkg. 4c Large CELERY 2 for 19c

GHOSTAbbot Jesse Newsome was given Tuesday hold Its regular monthly meeting! British when they attacked New Mable Hundevat and son,

& ConU-Uo evening by Billy's mother rhurmirty evening, January S, at I'Orleans; Robert. were holiday guests of Mr Jack SpratBACON
AND Mrs. Sarah McCall. 3 o'clock. An out of town speaker ,I and Mrs. S. E. McKay In their Dexo, 3 Ib. can 70c

Those enjoying this event with will address the group Hootfw Britain acknowledged new home on't'"t Lakeview I i A
1833 Great
.OCKY RHODESWith the honor guests were Jesse ..". for the evening will be I ndependence of South American re Drive. j : Ann PageKetchup

Buck Jones Newsome, John Mack and Evelyn Mrs. James Blackshear, Chnlr- publics. Bert ChrUtophers. Jr spent I 1 Ib. pkg. 14 oz. 18c

Also Mf'rlalIhort.: !- Newsome, Ruth Toomey, Lois man Mrs W. II:. Dowling. Mrs. Christmas here with Isle. parents I( I

Newsome, Morris Williams, and Eddie Hartmann" and Mrs. James 1863 Emancipation of Negr* The village young and old, en- : 39cSunnyfield Ann iag

'.. == Alex Harper of Atlanta Ga. I Dennis. joyed a Christmas Tree at the I
.. =::: -- ==- slaves became effeihve by proclamation I Mayonnaise 8 oz. 19c

__ __ ...- ...- ___- -..-..---..-.- __..-_.__..__-n___. of President AbrahamLincoln. Voman's Club. Arrangements I : -
I I'were i under the able direction o'I IONAPEACHES

.Irs.. Catherine Rose. I y
Shoppers' Special Key N. Sargent was Inetalle"Master ; BACON
1907 U. S. pure hod law pot Into

1 Southern Style I Chicken Pilau SOC effect. ,iM. on Tuesday of Melrose evening.Lodge Mr F. It.A'I''i 1 Ib.pk

I who been
gent has a
No.
1 49c Can
1813 PeresI 1 post system inaug the lodge only a little more than! I 21h! 21c

1.d Hot Cup Of Fragrant Coffee urated. extrsordln-I! ,
.d Served With A Steaming two years, has had an
arlly rapid rise In Misonlc: york.His "Super-Right" West. Pork Loin, End Cut Ann IIMZI-, 18 ox.
1010 New Year's day declared alegal congratulatehim
friends ]
holiday throughout the country many Pork & Beans 2-19c
; on his splendid work and up-.
t SPECIAL One table of BOXED f except in Massachusetts and (on the elevation by his Masonic') Roast
Washington D C. or Chops Bright
'l'rt
In
I brothers to the highest office ch:1qt.:

Values to $1.50 (;. the lodge. Installed with Senior lie
PEn" -
Wm Plxler
gent were
Other Than Soiled or Dam 49 c 8i I Idolatrous Rites Caused WardenWalter; Coldwell, Junior! Cut'' 1 Ib.Center 11hItP II........ Evaporated.

aged Box, This Is! Quality BOX :;..:J Ancient New Year. Ban Warden Deacon;and Dewey Paul Willis.Tyre Junior'Senior''' CHOPS, Ib.; 57c 35C Milk, 3 tall cans 34c

Stationery. (Sates' Tax: IncU Although it Is not generally re I Deacon, all of Keystone Heights.GENEVA.

called. Christians at one time were lest Grade; Center Cut t lona FLOUR
DEPARTMENT is stocked at all I
OUR PRESCRIPTION prohibited from participating In the :

I times with -QUALITY DRUGS to compound your individual season social customs of the New prevailing Year. at the. I' LAKE ; WHITE BACON, lb.- 27c 5 Ib. 31c

prescription exactly as the doctor desires it. We also stocka The reason for this was that while C10enlnlrham '

complete line of sick room supplies : syringes, heating pads, custom the Christian of observing emperors the kept New up Year the I I By Blanche SPARE RIBS Lean & Meaty, Ib. 39c 25 10 1 Ib.Ib. 1.39 59c '

thermometers, bed pans, urinals, and related items. OUR the people continued so many idolatrous Christmas guests of Mrs. Ida ,
rites that the church! applied M. Gentry and daughter Lillian.I
service will fill your prescription needs ANY hour of the day a ban upon participation In the were Mr. and :lira 1 Burt Bushes Quick Frozen Trade A,

"TELEPHONE; 64" rites. of Silver Springs. Mr. and )Ir.. Dressed & Drawn

a or night Finally after December 29 bad H. O. Watkins of Jacksonville':

I been ned as the date ot Christ's ,Mrs. Doris C. Green Jacksonville TurkeysHENS .
P nativity Hie church mad" JanuaryI I Beach. Mr. and Mra. K. O. Richard -

i CARPENTER'S I a religious fetUvaL This bas been ; *. Silver Springs and Mr. and TOMS /

ic ,, observed la the Roman church i Mrs. R. 1. Ohrlrtenberry of De- 6ge lb. 57clb.'PAGII '}'
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* since: 487 and In the Anglican church land. Fc
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c The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled tines 1949. Mrs. Edith Berkman of Glen .

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T. J. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Denmark and I The family of Mr. and Mrs. J. Order. .( PoMlratloa, V..tl.* In Circuit Coast. Rmdlord Cottatr.florid plaintiff seeks dlvnre Tlradfornl.
Mr. and Mrs *l>....,. HT/kTK" Pt.nn1.11 .. *i !. C haarrrr.Sally .
Miss Annie Darby and Mta. Car son Steve, spent Christmas with I F. Hazen enjoyed a reunion Ethel Wenvtir Jackson, who*. repln '.1 I Tlx'lemann.' flnlnlirf. vs. Albert County Telegraph shall publish tbimOrder
of Mr. and Mrs. Denmark' parents, Mr. and Christmas Day at the homo of 'nc.* and adilrwNs Is I on| Mm, H II. TliHl.mann, Uctendaut, (',.** In nest four weekly. 'Issuaa..
rie Ritch were guests Weaver Iliinnlovcl' North. ('Hrollnn: I No. 7Ait) Witness. mv hnml .and officialSBIII
Mrs. L. R. Jordan In Ovedlo on Mrs. E. C. Morris, in Pompano their son-in-law and daughter, Yow are raiiiBlritil" tn appear on Order of Pwhllr..tlAn end Nolle totpnmr. Hi Clarke, Florlilii', this DIM,
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benka in .Inn. 27, IHfto in the .h..V" n..1Cn..t NI'tTR' Of KI.OIIII totAlbert miner. 2H, H41.C .
Christmas Day. and '''u'*, wherein' ptnlntlrrseek ( >r-r-l(.'IAI. fcKM.': ) .\ .t. Thomas
Palatka. Miss Caudle Hazen will dlvore. Ifritdford County It Tlfdemnnn whose rldeneo : Aa. Clerk. of milii Cuarl.
Miss Alice June Hardingleft Mrs. J. R. Chasteon Jr. of Atlanta return Sunday to Southwestern Telegraph hull publish thus Order .la unknown: By Haven ('....hy, |> r
weekof In next four weekly 1.mii>... You are r.qutr.d to appear on John .1 I tlendrriiiin, i.:.', 4MJ f nl
Ua. I la the guest this : ;
IN THE NEtlWS Wednesday for Atlanta, Ua., after Seminary In Fort Worth Texas Witness my hnml and official January nnth.' lino, In the nhnvenamad natal. Ave lake.hnre: \liu.kmtnvm' *.
spending Christmas with her her" parents Mr. and Mrs. H. after spending the holidays here. seal nt Htnrke, Florida. thin' lice.rntu'r Court and cause, wherein Atty for Fit l n-\:\ 41. 1.31ALVAREZ' "
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Mr. and Mrs. T. B. L. Brownlee.
parent Friends of Mrs. O. O. Webb ( L 8RA: t..) A. J. Thomns.An .

Dr. and Mr*. T. O. Ritch of Visitors at the home of Mr. Harding. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hobbs will be glad to know that It was Hy haven Crosby Clerk, I>of. C.Charlea Mid. Court 1III1 STORE :

Jacksonville visited Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. F. L. Durahlmer and C.>m.> to big( Turkey! Shoot .end K. and family returned Tuesday after planned to bring her back to her I R. noun. 20.-05 Innmntv( JS ':::P8it' l ,
family over the holidays< were .. .. a holiday visit with Mr. and Ur .I'.I: dlj'.fi. Jnt-knonvlllH, Klurliln' I
H. C. Brown and Mrs. Carrie Call SI. hrtilge I p.m. !> < SO-31. home In Starke from Riverside Attjr ; U-SO 4t: ,1-80
Mr. Durshlmer's slstfcv;; Miaa Margaret : Mrs. O. M. Bed. nbaugh In Tallahassee Hospital today.Mr. .
Ritch Sunday.Mr. DurHhlmer of Brooksvtlle, Mr. and Mrs Don Patray of and Mr. and Mrs. J, T, Ad- (I

and Mrs H. G. Davis of and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Durihlmer Qalneiivllle arrived last. weekendto klns. In Bainbridge Ga.Miss and Mrs. James McCall

Gainesville\ were guests of Mr. and son, Arthur, of Albany spend Christmas with 1'>11'. and Ann Bunch returned to and family of Jasper were dinner Florida's Forest of Flowers
Ga. Mm. U O. Hazrn. guests of their mother, Mr' I
and Mrs. R. J. Davis during her home at the Starke Motor Sarah McCall. during the holi

Christmas.Mr. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Guests of Mrs.' Bertha Pearce Court last week after an 11 day days. .
Dowling on Christmas Day were on Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. stay In Shadycrest Hospital RAVINE GARDENS F I; SB R I J D i

and Mrs. Sam Andersonand Mrs. Dowling's parents Mr. and Ed Eniior Mary Lane and Mary where she underwent an appen- Friends of Jo*. E. Wilson will

family and Miss Mamie Mrs Roy Matthews and Roger Beth Lane all of Jacksonville and dectomy. She Is recovering nice- regret to earn that he Is ill with WILL OPEN FOR THE WINTER SEASON JAN. 2ND
Smith of Gainesville attended the Matthews of Palatka.Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. O. Godwin of ly. pneumonia in Shadycrest Hospital

Anderson family reunion In Gainesville. Mary Beth is spending I.
Archer Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. O. B. Colsnii of this week here with her Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs W. This is the nation's outstanding beautification project

Hroukpr were guests of Mr. and B. Hollingsworth spent the holidays Mr. and Mrs Alfred Nelson
J. F. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson on Christmas.Mr grandmother. with relatives In Fort and slater of Eagle River WIs., and mecca for hundreds of thousands of beauty lovers ..

Mrs. C. W Norton and children, I Mr. and Mrs S. R. Johns Jr. and White. i are holiday guests of Mrs. Wayne I II from all parts of the continent. Several miles cf scenic
and
Charles! and Sarah Frances of and1'11.) F. M. Davis children and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Toomey and Ruth. 1

Wewahltchka spent Christmas I Mr. and Mrs. John Mlxon spent Hitch spent Christmas Day at I ('un..* to Mg Turkey Shoot end K.: driveway and footpaths wind picturesquely through _

with Dr end Mrs. J M. Hembrce Sunday. in Archer at the Antlermm Jacksonville Brach with Mr. and Call St., bridge 1 p.m. Dee SO-31.I Clarence. K Andrea will arrive

and Mr. and Mrs. / L. Cooper. family reunion.< Mrs. H. A. Durden and family.Mr. Fisherend this week from Panama Cityto banks of palm:!, magnolias, dogwood! azaleas, flame s.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles join his wife who has been

and Mrs. George C. White daughter/ Mltzl of Birmingham Visiting relatives here. vine and bougainvillea 85 acres of Florida's only

and daughter, Frances, of Talla- Ala., are guests' of Mr. and
THEATRE hassee were holiday guests of relatives Mrs. W. W. Monette.Mr. Mayor and Mrs John Henry natural ravines.
I Itnd of Eliza- I
Hemingway family
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Starke.Mr.
n of
STARKE and Mrs. Wm. T. Jacksonand I bethtown N. C., are spending a PLAN Nnr{ TO VISIT RAVINE GARDENS !
and Mrs.' Albert Lee Crosby family spent-Sunday and few days with Rev. and Mrs L.

31 Mon & Tues., Jan. 2 & 3 and Dale spent Christmas with Monday In Wllllston with Mrs.Jackson's 10. Hemingway. OPEN DAILY !9>> A.M. TO 5 I', 1\1.
December
Saturday, Mrs. Crosby's parents Mr and brother-in-law nnd sister -
a Mrs. 11. W. Townsend In Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver.C. Friends! of Martha Ann Winkler Admission! for Adults, :.1 .60) Including Tux.

DOUBLE FEATURE will be glad to know that she Children 8 To 12 $ ,2.:>>, Including Tux.
Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson F. Bateman spent Christmas was able to enjoy Christmas at
BANDIT KING M IKSfI were all set for a quiet Christmas Day with relatives in Blounts- home with her parents. Mr. and I For further information or free illustrated! folder write (.. t n. Rogue,

with only their son, William, at town and other points in West Mrs. E. A. Winkler, after undergoing City Manager I'alatkn. Florida.

OF TEXAS home, but were surprised in the I Floilda.Mrs. two recent operations/ in

afternoon by a call from their son C. It. F.lllott'of Jacksonville Johns-Hopkins Hospital. Also with i DRIVE THE GARDEN TRAILS IN YOUR OWN CAR !
AND Lemuel Jr., his wife and son Jimmy the Winklers on Christmas was I
i Is the holiday guest of her
accompanied by her parents, their daughter Merry who I Is hero
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and i
.RED MENACE Mr. and Mrs. Clevenger and their for the holidays from FSU In Tallahassee -
Mrs julolph Gay. I
daughter, Marilyn who are visiting ; their son-in-law and

Finn ('hap.| 11 ""11.1. Bill Hirkok" I 11 o4aafy : them In Panama City. LaterIn Mr. and Mrs W. S. Melson and daughter Mr and Mr*. A. W. I KAVIWE\ S4EDBHS

and Jle.> \Vorm..." Cartoon i the evening also came Mrs. children Billy and Cnron. spent Masters, and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.I
: Colson's cousins, Mr and Mrs. the Christmas holidays with Mr. Swift, Mr. Winkler's uncle and I

-- a7-tuent 1Flunlunq'Tn'spurt James McKeever and ton, Tom, of M..l on's parents, In Westville. aunt who recently moved
Short and Mountain View, N. J., pnroute to They were accompanied home bv I from San Francisco. he"1 PALA.TKA7TLOR.I; DA. .
Sat., Dec :31 Late Show Spring Festival" Cartoon. St. Peternburg. Although the vis- Mr. Melson's mother who will _

\DDKD T1 } S., J.VN. S. NEWS Its were for only a few hours it visit here for a time. Holiday guest of Mr. and JIIra'l l
CHANGE of HEART was a very jolly Christmas.Mr. I I. P. Shepherd were Mrs. !' ,
Cheri and Johnny Redgraveof herd's "Ister-ln-law, Mrs. W. C.

Currol-lljyivard Wednesday. January and Mrs.: N. O. Maxwell had Jacksonville are guests. of Jones and sister, Mrs. Annie I

DOUBLE FEATURE as their holiday guests their their grandparents Mr. and Mr*. Laura Neuner, of Tampa. -

daughter. Miss Phyllis Steldley ''A. W. Redgrave this/ week. I

Sunday, January 1 f f Jnnmulll pmwttjUNO Maxwell,, and her friend Miss. Lu- Miss Shirley Mueller, a student,
Mrs. Russell Judd 1 and childrenwere st FSU Tallahassee, Is spending .
CROSBY ANN BLYTHAin "ay Hughes, both of WUmton-Su- ,
I4 SUMS lem, N. C. visiting friends and relatives the holidays here with her parents Rate

q ra'rr A IE I ISl1aT FITZGERAIDCRONYNAND here during the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. E A. Hall.! KOCH'SfJ,
f S k t Mrs. Effle Johns spent last Mr. Judd was unable to accompany -
sAR1 Oa A -ibp Or: Img weekend In Jacksonville visiting them due to btiRlnesi" / obligations Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mld.lletnn
and daughter Marforle Sue of
Mrs. Mena McCrutcheon and Mrs. In Belle Glado.
,,,, ffII.W.rs. J J. J, GroHs. Jacksonville were Christmas tiny, I UI
w I Drugs
t .+wan, ,... Guest of Mr. and. Mrs. P. E guests of Dr. and Mrs W F.Mkldirton DRUG STORE If

,( e. ?tfr ilo : Mr. and Mrs. L. F Smith Jr., Sullivan during Christmas were I
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Lone Texas Ranger of Lumpkin Ga. spent lust weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and
) BAlt' HOLDENI here visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. laughter, Dorothy of Green Cove New Year' guests of Mr and
I U'ilil Bill Elliott F. Smith Sr. and Mr and Mrs Springs, Mr and Mrs Victor Mrs. I. P. Shepherd will ho IU I'll.Shepherd's I

R. J. Davis. Thomas of Belle, and J. F. Jlrk-1 brother-in-law and sister -
Thurs. & Fri., Jan. 5 & 6 liter and Walter McDonald of' Mr. and Mrs. W L Jones and ,
t { Donald Ray Tilley returned to daughter Margaret. of Atlanta, I Sale
k FEATURE Lake.
DOUBLE Klngsley
Pre-Inventory
[Jacksonville Monday afternoon Ga. I

turie ..i"r4a ANNA LUCASTA after spending Christmas with hid Guests of Mr. and Mrs R. A. .
Conic to big Turkey Slux einl I.!.
mother Mrs Peggy Tllley.
I'"ul..tte O.xltla.rd Green and Mr. and Mrs. G. JMcGrlff 1
AND 1 I during Christmas ,wl're'' Call Hi. bridge 1 p.m. Her. SO-.HI.: FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson
Also Sp MOONRISEClarkRiiNMU Jr., Mrs A. Anderson. Sr. and Mrs. Fred H.irrl.i and CK.MKTFJIYOIKINi. I ITh..re
Miss Frances Caldwell Sunday daughter. a
spent
Land" and News I 25 Percent OffOn
Betty Lou, of Galnpsvllln Mrs. will be
at the Anderson family reun- a CemeteryWorking
.Enter Letch worth and Mr*. Sam
ion in Archer and visiting Mrs. J. 'Rogers of Sebastian at Dyal, Cemetery Fri. I
B. Caldwell In Ocaln.
tiny, January 6. All Interested

Every Branch of Miss Joan Carpenter left Monday Paul Joe Co Monteltli nova of Gainesville of Eustls visit-and persons are urged to come an.ll All Cosmetics --- Household Items ---

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for Daytona Beach where "she, bring tools.Deeds .
ed friends/ and relatives here lust t
will visit Miss Suzanne Ramseyfor I

INSURANCEH. several days this weeks Sunday. RecordedDeeds 1 Stationery Fountain Pens Watches

Mr and Mrs. James R. Chas-" Mla(, Betty Lou Harris of j --- --- --- Toys

Gainesville spent( several days. recently lecuided In the
teen Jr. of Atlanta Ga. spent last
here this week as the guest of court house were: I
weekend here Mr. and
; visiting
AGENCY Ml"s Lou Green Mr. and Mrs. W. H Hall of
WALL
}I. C. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mr. and

Mr. Chastecn Sr. of the State .. Hampton to Vrrnle Keys. and son I
Mr. and Mr. A. W. Redgrave NEW\ YEAR CARDS NOISE MAKERS
PLEASE PfiOSE; '116 Farm. and Johnny Redgrave were dinner Donald, of Hampton. NE quarter I\I .G --- ---
of the SE quarter of sec 2\: twp. O/J
of Mr, and, Mrs. J.
guests A.
SO Years Mrs. W. E. Faxon and son and 7 S. range 21 E. :
Constant Service; Over Martinez of Jacksonville last *
'daughter, Buddy and Donrm Den, Mr. and Mrs William Kirby ot : J
Sunday.Mr CONFETTI PARTY FAVORS Etc.
left last Tuesday for Sumpter, S. Bradford County to Mr, anti Mr"

..... 0-' ___H C. where they spent Christmas and rot 1'''. J. A. Martinezwere Henry Grlffis of Starke. E 1-2 of ,
with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. the NE quarter of NW quarter. of

CLASSIFIEDFoil A. Martinez of Jacksonville last SE quarter of sec. 11. twp. B S' FKKK DELIVERY 'PHONE S3
Miss Doria Moncrlrf returned
I weekend. range 22 E.Mr. r
.' -- Friday after spending several days I and Mrs. John. WyrUk of
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visiting Miss Barbara Morrlse Mrs.' S. V 'Andrews returnedto : Bradford
In I unfurnished hPS'IIi.- von SALE Iti' gfio- County to Alfred Lnllsen

noiiw.01nJ"NT..do.. 4 ''.'..''.''''". 'bath': ecreen'Iporch i L.KY.nw. A.like DAVIS new.: i real Da Walt.ItHrwuini.'table Orlando. her homo ht're.dneadllY after i of Lawtey. The NW quarter of the I : ", ." ..... :- ,. :, ...... .

_J QillglT- 1 nu-tn bandMnw, IfiO I 3-ln. wa-' J. B. Godwin of Belle Glade spend'iii the holiday with NW quarter of the NK: quarter of
M..htnu. tir ,pump a HI'. $100. I Hertrla' Mr. and Mrs. of 27
Bryan Lynn sec 5
NF'v .n.reC..wln.\ In, punch ttiufhln with motor II'IO. ''spent last weekend here visitinghis twp. S. range 22 f.la ; I
Ca.h A Term are available: 'I Ithl. I rlitrtrla llvht/ plant 'IM>. "...v...' Alachua.Mr. I
wife, Mrs. J. B. Godwin, and
..,lwn'CVChrn'Jyctoh7'.5'1NSMar.fate., : .,1! (wood, oil or iran) trim' $13.nt u i I......11.(-....,. Mrndroril. (......u..' Telephone i; Platform Rockers
"Ion 8... L.ks 'lIy. .,I I. ('rdar. hvitta 130 New uniiulntfil" little son, Jimmy. and Mrs. B, C. Brantley PlnrIdol. | In 4 ......-...., '
ern. write' 0. visit, our .h..l'. per" IIr.;.I'i.h I $..1Mn&hio 6. 12-nln IIP iota, l u.ou.ri trull- ,! will return tn their home In Angola Man M Hh...t., l-lnlntirr v. Nor 1 1
--HervU' car will vl.ltl i Mr. and Mrs. T S Hutto and men I. KlitTtn, IirrrmliuH, Cum: NoOrder
request *r 1 trunk. I power lawn mower.I Ind., Saturday after spending 7535. ,
your" home upon | pt4'trU| Irtwn mower 915. I show family of Jacksonville were guests of Table & Chair
Ptibllrallon end Nnllr
this week with M.V I-
.. rose $15 1 vloctrli dough ndnr'J9. of Mr and Mrs K H. Hutto lastweekend. S. < I
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.1" In \ prnr.l MrAIH .t' Rtola> % 4o.Nnrmon
Fl'"fl KENT apll vnfrn. I doughnut deep. fryer II DO.I Johns .
a I ,
Chests uho.s
furn. A"O" .n roMden.ois ,
hcdrm .lIn.o 201 W M.d. I piano $'IUU.' Many: other' bur.ualnnl i North Itwh. Mnryluml!.
a. a rnn. tf
l lInn t"t StarkeFederal 'Guests and W Quest of Mr. and Mrs J. B You. are ru'I"lr.,1 I .. l" appear orJun I
I I of Mr. Mrs. O. I I 9, HIM abate. nnmritCniirl
WANTBIi!!: Family tn "work Alexander last. week. Mr .. .
II on my Kngram last weekend Mr were and calm wh rpln' '"In"I /Iffciekn i
Land Bank I term A pick" atrawbvrrl-M.' U. n!\ were and Mrs.\ C. 0 Dupuis of Aln.hua. dlvnrc Itrndruri'ounv.
I <'nitiin, J4rnrke, Flu. Itp and Mrs. Charles" M. Snyder. of T'I'Krnph' shall mlillh Ihls Order
1 I II Jacksonville. (. J. R. Jones and Earl Summem 'In n.'xt four we,'kly |pim. **..
LOANS CALF 4 milk .coat' Nr. I'of WVneeemy ,
FARM Kllll : both of Tallahassee. heel and nfflclals.al'
I \\HllnKh4m, Jit. t boa 47, 2S I II lit Hlnrke, Florida, till Ilocnmlxr"I.
Lontr TernisLow Interests I .... of Htnrk on Jax "I way. ml'// Guests of Judge; and Mm. A, Z. Ill1
> I Adklni' the Miss Sue Biggs' 1s visiting Cd!. (OFFICIAL( RF.AI.1 A void C
during holiday were
( APT, FOIt BENT Furn. or and Mrs.! O. W Griffin In St. I A* rlark of Court
K. W BRYAN Im.. A bath pvt nlrnnr, Mrs. Fred Guy and children Jane fly haven r-roaby. r>. r.
Just r.d..o.llt. 'MH. Augustine this week. for PIf. Ula < 12."
Hot watvr Ally (
148 W. Main Street N.falurvllle. .rna from .h..I. F. A. Nvott. and Jimmy and .\. Z. Adklns, Jr. _
Florida sot TvmptM Av..., Ph. I ... B4 lit/all of Gainesville and Mr and Miss Mary Brownlee left Tuesday fin-alt. four*. Hrarfforil.. r* I
faaamr.Thnma
R 1)104 HKPtlllF.Ut Mrs. B A, Pope and children of for Baltimore after. spend. H. Jacknon. I'lfilntlrf, v*.
comfortably tarn ... All HoilrU. Norfolk Va. Hthftl: Weaver JarkMon. l>indnnt I
. FOR RENT: -rm. | k<- ng Christmas with her parents, e
m .Ie", "anvrnlenc. .. ... ............ ('H'". No. 1881. 6
M.'I-m..d. .. C IInnanaale. .... Mr. and Mrs. H I.. Brownlee. I $19.95 Set
C. Reg. $29.95
... Mr
Adult Wyil
1"h4 ml. out E. Call St 4.115%. C. aKPIIiHI: : > I Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr. and Ii i
'. _.. '10. :IJjt: Miss Polly Mann Christina
." X Hmll Clarke t spent Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
LI: I'UICK: ,
\
........... 1'.'_ H.... r......seleeIlon. .. .. with Mrs. Claude Christian of Valdosta visited relatives In Alabama last I it. 2riT Tapestry: t Covers I In

lI1>ppll.. k .upm".I., ... Qolfii tarps.." .. SELL YOUR TIMBER Ga.Guests weekend. I FOR I SHOP
Phon.. Low 1911. S.l prli--II.f "...!..... .Jiv: NOW 15.95 Assorted: < lona P.a.-h 646 Hallou Kd tt r' uf Mrs n.; W. Alderman Mr. and Mrs. George Hunch I AT DENMARK'SAM) iiAHinvnon) .THAMES: ;
;" Custom Highest Cash Prices Paid during the holidays' were Mr and D S'AVK
FOR SALE! Clean a.' Tudor had 8S their guest during the ,i
Ford H.Uan. lS.r.ll.nt "-on.ilttlon. Mrs. O. C. Alderman find son* of Christmas weekend Mr Bunch's
ll.a a on' Ulr '' "11..8: WILL BUY IN BULK '
for ..mnic;: owner In Cr.ar IN UNIT Baltimore Md. Mrs. Cora A. father A. W. Hunch: and brother Jet'; heady for 'old Weather -
OR
,. call lK yl
James Bunch both nt Lakeland, T.V.SEE Lawson, Love Seats t It's: I found To Come .'
APT. FOfl ntST-'o.n. 3 rms.. ,: C. Whit of Tallahassee MN Ma.,. and Htntenvllle' N. C.
bath a*.rif..nt..1 l porch l.oomynumfurtatiln. .... EDWIN W. PECK i Blanche A, Vandlvlere o f Bay Box King and DaisySale
(lap stove "j Or John W. Turner "' Mr. and Mr Morris Jackson 139.50 Value
Reg.
..I..... ,.>frl.. K.a*..nat>l*. Mra. I Pines .
H. lama. lost l N. Walnut P. O. Box 463 and son of Jacksonvlll spent lust' WOOD\ HEATERS

KIW CALK: houaii trailer. Ilk. n..1 Gainesville: Fla. J. n. Ale ender Mrs.. W B. Al Saturday with Mrs. Carl Jack-

Hlffpa i-nil sled for llvlnnChoap. evander.nd Miss Wilma Alexan'l- aim. Price -- 109.50
Innoir. falvatlon .Arfny Send me a postcard and I I er were guest of Mr. and Mr* C. and

Cramp H,lht..lid 100 near K..tn.Itp. will come see you. I O. Dupuln of Alachua .last Bur.day. Mr and Mrs. L. n Alvarez BeautifulTapestry 15.95 up

were guests. uf Mr. and Mrs K:
FOIVnENTi; IIAUM with 4 roam 1 COUNTY A family gathering at the home Coders Heat home efficiently-and
i tore porch.. ctrlclty l f1'VAflR: UVKflTOfK C. long at lirooker on Christmas : your
a Auction sale bach W*lOwr"1 '
runnlnawatr.. Inquire al Ouli' 1 MARKET: of Mrs. Mallory: Thomas Christmas .
ltd d by J. [>. Odnm.Jr 'et Easy; to fit Into any Mile economically for u small In.
Station 1 ml ": of mark on "atoa: !
i
rn. LIT Lab. Fla. 4-1 Included M. C. Thomas
14 lIP day Day."I Chas. C. living ruom. vestment.!

KOfl 8MJ5rtn. lint'.... fully moo- i I PO day or hwest 8... of Lakeland Miss Odessa Thomas ,*. H. T. Howard of lAke
...... Can b. .bouvht ,....... or an .Ira,W. Andrea. I ml. or Butler the holiday of
Miss Oveda Thorns was guest
furn Clo.. I... Tn. U. Itp 8lark on old Lak. U"tl..r .rat t.. of Gainesville,
IIPMAX and Mr. and Mrs. Burney Horn tier son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
FOR KAI.R: .... roat worn only fw tlma.: <;otIT MTASTED Bln. -r. aa.lmaiwaatxl. > of Klngiland Ga.. Mr. and Mr and .Mrs. Vaasl Howard.Mr. Denmark Furniture Co.
nw. Reel offer take It. H', e I need a anal man who
12 or 14 r..n11ft. fthop' Itp I wills worktrkit.. real If Iretoas sal Cecil Thomas Of Gainesville and and Mr*. Finley DrBerry ShepherdIei,11r3i3rw'

FOR KAL.K! C4I .",.. farm abt. If aa4 b.llo..... few are worth | OO ),,1.... Front. demon of Stark. and family of Panama City spent PHONE 151 a STAKKE. FLA.
.. writ A. T. Sale' c:...,
a.,.*. f ac d reel in .I. Aypreii per montb Mrs. demon accompanied M. C.
timber). lrm. bou. A outbouit, I lea 1'':. Court Kt, Oaln*. ll Christmas her with Mr*. D-
Plenty fruit for home tt*.. Mr* rim., f". an ,IntarvUw.. All app I- Thorns back to Lakeland for a _,
J r>. O...HI..... HL I, Bo* IJ-A. nation wii; b. answered 1>'0"1'"'". visit on Tuesday. ,Berry father, Ira W Andreu. \..; : ::
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PAGB SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER" St. 1949!


and hoped the folks wouldn't no ing of stock so that we have good resident here. : January Mth 1950 In. the above I !. Clrevlt Coon* 8..r... C....,.. I at Ptarke. Florida this December
nunivd Court and cause, wherein Klorldai. Im C:"...-..,. 1949. ,
to have available. 10.
I tice. Next year we hope pasture Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rahme and plaintiff seeks. divorce, .
# FARMER'S custody & (Oertrud laabelle Had ford Plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas,
Rosalies and then our gift 5.5 support of ,'hildr.n. Court rnfitN., .
I- some George W. Rahme left Monday to VB. Alvin R Radford Defendant Aa Clerk of Bald Ceurt
A aollcltori fee.. lirnd tordtuUnty Cane No. 7 will be all home grown. We've had a lot of good natured make their home In Miami.A. ltiH-raph shall publlnh,, thl. Order ., _..11..1... mill. No lee <. Joseph I K.Croaby.Skipper, 221 Oraham'Bulldlnir
DIARY After get our farm In full Order In next four weekly I I".uelt. _.. ... .
7-& we kidding about how we take care H left for Indiana App KTATK OK KLOIIII lot I ,
Kelsey ack.onvllli'2.it
we to add Witness! my hnnd and "rflclsiseal Alvin K Kadford, whoKe residence L Atty. for 4t 1-4
production hope
peanuts of newly born pigs. but we can last week to attend the funeral of .t. Clarke Florida this JDeu IK co| People I>rua- "atari No. 17,
_ ;9r By Sam McGarvey cane syrup. citrus fruit and tell one Instance that will illustrate his hundred old father. 14 1941OFFICIAL' Cor Oa. Ave. N. II, NW Wa.HInnton -
; year : ( anAL) A.:1. Thomas, JD C.t -
other to eat to our
good things that off. We did .
care A. I'lfik of
pays laid Court
'- You are required to
I The author will be irbtd to receive Christmas boxes to our folks and Mrs Earle Van Alstlne returned By Han. ('roahy D C. January appear on
not dip the navels of the latest I Ie.h. 1(80, In the above
lUwii of Intarrnt" c .nn>rn- friends and then we think It will to her home on Friday after amonth's John J. nderaon.. 119 Nownnn St, named. Court and cause, wherein
pigs In Iodine (probably becausewe lai-Hliinvlll1' Florida, plaintiff Kvek divorce. Bradford Shoes Repaired
InK the activities of farmrtrs In be something they will look for heard that it was not necessary .visit* with relatives in Ally for Plf. 12-1 4t 1.8 County Telegraph ahall publish this
Bradford County. Sufrg *ftU ) with the result that two of TO WHOM ir MtrTAKK Ct'KutS; Wit....". mv hand and official seal.
left at the Telegraph office or ass the four got an infection. Of I j Jay and Bill Alderman attended N >TICH!] THAT., 1942 llulckModHIl at Ptarke.' Florida, this December WIIILE-U'WAIT !
mailed to Sam MoGarvey, LawU)'. Christmas School KllKltla No' 414HIK37 with anappraistit 14. 1949.
Sunday
Picked our first little mess of course as soon as we spotted It. parties value of $40000, wan. antiami (OFFICIAL SB' M A.r: Thomas

Florida. .I, strawberries this week and It was we did treat the navels and the In Starke last week. : on (tohrr In. liradford 10: 19411.County for bvliiK, Florida tmml 1 flv flaven A.( Clerk of Raid Court
D. C.
&.. a real thrill for us to gather themIn pigs seem to be coming along all Mrs. Oscar Andrew Mrs. Delia In violation of Chapter. 226H't Laws Atty. for I'lf.Crovby 12-16 4t 1-6

At long last Lily, the eternal when the time comes But to repent December. Trouble Is that our right now but it certainly didn't Hogan and John Hogan. of Starke or It IK Flotlda She. ,Intention AUK of 1045 of ,Lewis and that M New Low Prices!

fence-buster haa gone the way of again, we have learned our plants are not at all as they do those pigs' any good Maybethe were guests last Thursday of Mr. Schott, Director dtate' ItuVHrage I In Circuit {'........ Hradford Vnu.y:
that I) parttn"nt of Florida to cell the Klorlda. !.. ( k.........,..
nil troublesome sows Took her lesson, no more hogs for us should be as compared with others gooJ old fashioned "natural" and Mrs D. W. Swindall. propt-ily ahovv deHcrlbed: 1 In front Walter |
A. Skinner, Plaintiff ..
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with her five fat pigs to the new don't bring big litters. we ace In and /around our section. way of raising animals Is all right Friends o* Mr. and Mrs Glenn of t hn Hrndford. County Court house, Margaret. Ardan Skinner' Defend Half Soles I

market at Gainesville and sold And are we glad to get "shut" Some of our plants are big and for other folks but every time we Macintosh Sr., will be Interestedto nt Hturke I')"no i,1 Florida AM to, on the January highest. Mini in.,, 11160"b!).Ht, ant.Order Case.f Fahllmtlon No. 7853 Bind Kfoflp. '0pp. (Men's) $$1.50

t'em: > for $48. Unless the person of Lily. In our opinion. the only strong but a whole lot of them try It we get In trouble. So from hear that they are now residingIn lilddor. ..... r.\TK. OP Fl.0ft114 toi

who bought Lily had her made Into place that can possibly hold her I I' are "sorry" things and by the time now on little pigs get "the Albuquerque New Mexico and Thu*lurid.State. reserves Bo".rall". the Department rlifht to -reJ.t uf- Margaret..nce l lit Ardan 1620 Skinner"SrhlnRer, whose rexld I
Street Half Sole
sausage right away, we're a* the prison over at Ralford, and they get Into production, the selling works." enjoyed a "White Christmas" I All itny and .all hldfl Scranton, PennsylvanIa: $ 00

ft ltd that after she breaks out a even there they might have season will be gone. Well live es Hampton residents spending the Interest pemons In or claiming to .Bald any property right or or January You are 16th required, 1950, to In appear the above on (Women's) I.Ladies' .

dozen times or so, he'll\ bring her trouble. and loom, and maybe next year Had an Item concerning hogs/; Holidays out of town Included Mr. any ifulied, part to thereof .are h. appear and to make .
back to us and give her to ua. But when we set plants out we'll havea brought to our attention. Seems and Mrs E. D. Allen and family tlalm, within thirty ((80) days from, County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shell Bradford this

F Vo did get five pretty little I Our first Christmas In Florida lot of uniformly large vigorous a farmer out West had a sow that who spent two weeks in Oklahoma the puMloatlon' I dat. of the first Order In next four weekly publish IHKUOHvttnoKt Lifts 25cup
or posting of .
.... pIg, even if we do brag a little was certainly different from thosewe've plants If we keep the nursery beds produced 19 pigs In one litter, and ; Mrs. C. Van Alatlna In this notice a. provided by Heitli.n 7, i at\fttarke.* mv Florida hand. and this official December I peal.

bit. known all our lives up clean and give the plants a chanceto then 6 months later, brought an- Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Wiley AttH l'hllpt of 11H5 2286 to l, the IM.V/H"Htatv of HHVUIUKU Florida. ., 11. 19.1.U"'FIL'IAL! SHOES SHINEDAT

But we've learned one lesson about North. When out In the garden grow. But we'll get some berries other 16. The litter of 19 when Williamson and children in Well O'partn..nt| of Florida.. TahIshsiesre, ( Aa.8FAI..1.Clerk of Bald Thomas Court,, .

hogs. We won't touch a sow'n working In the warm sunshine It this year, If weather condi- finished off for market weighedover born: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brooklns Florida In, or and all to KUI said.'h rluht property and vhalt interest Ally.Hv Haven.for Plf.Crosby' D. C I -

or a gilt from now on that does was hard to believe that Christmas tions are all right. ".0011) pounds And that in Jacksonville; Miss Peggy Hln- cease and terminatnLrfiwlit 12-1 4t 1-6

'n I t'f-t have good history of producing was only a few days away. But off ace brother, Is a lot of baloney. son Jacksonville; Mrs. Nlta. John State Beverage M Hchott LX'Unrtnu-nt rurntar lit Circuit Court. llradtord Count,..'I STARKESHOE
bl:i litters. According to statistics we went shopping for presents Planted a lot more things In our ,son. Lake. Geneva. I 12-23 4t 113NOTICH II I KlorldKjt In. ( ........... I
.. I Ammond t.ee tumble Plaintiff VH.1 1
you only break even on a sow and the crowds In stores the lovely kitchen garden-spinach. Kohl Re- Holiday visitors here were Mr. ;[I TO APPEAR r Rita Marie Uumble Defendant Case. !'
which produces five pigs and the Christmas music, and the festive bl, carrots, beets cauliflower and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and family, I To: Roy Vine,",. Morgan whnN addreBM No. 7648.Order ''
HAMPTON ,
I I. unknown. and FloHHle Publication and Notice 4.Appesr I
more you got over that. the better decorations were the same down brutHel sprouts, collards, etc. No v Ocala; Mrs. Alice Fancher Or. i Morgan, whore addrettit I.. unknown.Mae. STATE OK KI.OHIUA tot REPAIR

,. rl'ance"nme money.you have As an to example really make and I here an they are elsewhere In the have vegetables our choice to eat of: mustard the following, collards By MM.. M. C. RwPt"nt'yIIAPI'V land, ; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bedenbaugh -'i Whereas I..Jt I In appears that certain l by terlfludpetition teasel: IK Rita BRa Marie K. 154th Humble"Street, whose lironx.residence New

country. and children Deland, now pending: In the Circuit I'",.rt York!
on an aVerage five pigs farrowed I turnips green cabbage, Irish Mrs. Archie Eiland Homo ,I of the Blffhth Judicial Circuit at You are required. to appear on.1an..ary M. F. Hudson. Proprietor

criHt) $9.OS each; ten pigs farrowed I Christmas Have felt gifts for would a long be time more that appreciated potatoes, sweet potatoes onions, NEW tEAK! Mr. and Mrs. Audrey, Turney. Mr'l; I h'lorKIa, Florida., I In and..in for'' Bradford' Cotintv : .named Court 16th, and 1950 cauan In .the, wherein above. Acrons St font Park TliiaHn.

rout' $: .in each. English peas, carrots. lettuce. A watch Olive M Klttler.. prey'j. .'i'h'.r: : plaintiff Beeka. divorce. Bradford
night
service will beheld ty Joyce. Katharine WadswOI.th
and thoughtful If they Mary '' .
; tlon of County Telegraph shall .
1 Have heard it said Katha Mae MurKnn, that publish this I
Lily brought four as a gilt but were something you made or pro- that It Is cheaper In the Baptist Church on New\ Gainesville; Mr. and Mis I the Bald I Ketha Man Mora-an !In the Order In next four weakly laaueaVltnena -
we were told and we though Jt duced yourself instead of just goIng for a farmer to buy vegetablesfor Year's Eve (Saturday) beginning James Eroome and Sons, Orlando; I minor Morgan child and of FloxBle.the Kalfl Mae Roy Morican Vinc.n': \ my hand and official Beat -_

'"'rlcal that at a sow she would into a store and buying a necktie the table rather than raise at 8 through 12 o'clock A Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Frank Williams and I and that the place of rmldeni. uurl. I j
bring more. but the rooting tooting or a box of candy or somethinglike them. but find it hard to believe. Speaker will be present,: family. Dunnellon; Mr. and Mrs addr Morgan.n and of the Hald, Hoy \'In."n I! FOR ALL TYPES OF

daughter of a sea cook brought that. So this year. we decidedto But even If that Is so, how about .end delegates from various churches Wilbert Hall and daughters, Tarn-!: are unknown to FlDBHle petitioner Ma and Morgan that PEST CONTROLWRITE
only five as a sow. We saved the the taste of vegetables picked and there IK no person or p..rKniiB In (the
I
( make up gifts for our folks In are expected to attend to participate pa ; Gayle and Bobble Jean John Stale of Florida the OR PHONE
service of
a
r b> Ht looking gilt Lily produced Jacksonville from things raised entirely put right In the pot? in the musical program. Roy Morgan, Jacksonville; Idell summons In chancery on whom
I hud her bred. and she a. I would bind the naUl Roy Vliimm FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand
an brought on our farm. We got a couple Refreshments will he served.. and Betty Durban. Lawtey; Cpl. Morgan and Flosle,l Mae Morgan'
only four pigs. So off to the'ne. of cardboard cartons and dec- Our chickens are now paying off Bruce S. Maxwell Camp Camp- i BO that process cannot be served. CHEMICAL CO.
market at Gainesville she a little of their bonded CHRISTMAS! PAKTVThn upon them.It .
goes orated them with gift paper. Then indebtedness bell. I IK,
Ladies Council therefore ordered that the 2450 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2561-R
theirDecember -
Getting from 21 to 31 enjoyed Jackson S. C. said
we filled them with all the producewe eggsa Roy VlnKon Morgan and FlnKKle -
could gather such as Irish potatoes day and that pays for their feed I meeting and annual Mr. and Mrs. ..,. C. Wynn and to. Mae Morgan. are hereby rv'iulred. GAINESVILLE. FLA.
appear In said
sweet potatoes English with some left over to help sup Christmas I'nrty at the home of little son, Keith and Mrs. LetUp the 8110 day of February cause on A or r>.before 1950. Termites Rodents All Household Pests
port the other animals Mrs Claude L. May on Wednesday otherwise Ihe allegations of Mild
on the Parker of
peas turnips onions eggs. pecans afternoon of lust week. The Starke attended the petition will be taken aB oonfeHHed. Frre Innpectlona and Kutlrnatm: Given by GraduateEntoD101oCh.ts
POLlCV"M' strawberries cranberry sauce anda farm. Haven't come to any conclusions living Christmas Tree program here It IK further ordered that this
1 Petunia plant Alice raised All yet about the White Holland room was most attractive with a Saturday evening. ordar be published once each Week (University of Florida).
decorated for four conRerutlv., weeks In Ih,. R. V.
breed tree. and Christmas : : Dempsey Sapp Roy Rolf
......'.'.'..' together they made a very pretty as they have had so Hradford County Telegraph, at
................-.. picture and a useful present, as many set-backs that It Is hard to. Symbols.? : The PIO\'d: -player softly pub1ishd newspaper In of Eradford general circulation.
,......... tell plllypa tne irnamonai, carols while County Flor-
our folks live in the city and enJoy just what they might have.done In Irrult ourt. nrndford Comity, I da.lJat..d
.a 1 under Ideal conditions. the guests assembled.Mrs. Gerald rl"rl,lBi In < hn.rrr." this 16th day of l'u''ember
vegetables fresh out of the But M..III"lah..1 I 1.I..k., Plaintiff. A D 1949.OFFICIAL.
; garden. Of course, the cranberries they are a large white chicken and Adklns led the devotional service Vlch"tiH: J'flekaN, efendunt I'" ( SEAL) A..1. ThomnH, : '
they do with the timely topic "Will Your No. 76M. VH'I Clerk. of Circuit' .
lay a white Court
large
were not raised here but Alice did egg and FREE !
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Christmas Tree u..... ..V Piibllmtlnn sad Nnl,. Fradford County, Florida
cook them so we slipped them In that is what they were guaranteed : bear Fruit? ,nn...... ortrn OK KI.OHIIlt By haven Crosby. r>. c
to do. When we get them in During the business period. Mrs Nil holm:) lIelekal.: whose" reald..n'e l J C. AdklnB J. C. Ad k Inn, Jr,
anil Ktlilroni I I In unknown: OalneBVllle, Florida I
a laYing housn.. well ha nM. In Q P. Wadsworth was elected ProsMerit : i Petitioner Attorney. for

keep better records--0"-( their:-production : I and Mrs. !May Sweeney, Jummry You, are 18th required,. .195(1.( to In nnit thc"nr almviinmcf on.. 12-83 4t 1-13 For Free Removalof

In the SccU'tary-Treasurer. for the coming ) fVimt nnfl cause wh .reln I In Prompt
meantime : flrealt Court, .
egg plaintiff reeks divorce nnil';1 rnMiniult ; 1 .d'ord ( ... .",> ,
WELDINGe gathering l Is a "sgel and yeshall l yen r. Christmas gifts were exchanged Inn of hmlclen, name llrui) Klnrldai aSarah Thaneerv.
during the social furil .'..,"nt" Telfftruith shall Martin, Plaintiff, v". Cecil,
find" procedure that takes too hour, after publish Marlon Martin Defendant Dead Crippled and Worthless .
thl IJr\I'r! In next four weekly ( 'he Nu ,
L t much time and effort. But we still which. the ladles were Invited IfffUCH. 7tl! <4.
I I'Itne' order 4>r CATTLE HORSES MULES HOGS
PuMlratlon
think i Into the dining room, where tableppointments \\ mv hnnl and official seal anil >ntir. ,
.
UkIULL t: that It Is possible to make nr Mink(. Klorldji, this Dec.inir1', \HI>*-. r. "'l' ,ri', Of. KIOHII tel .
I some money raising chickens here a and room decoratlfint 13. 1 IMSOKKICIAL Cecil. IB Marion Martin Whose rentdene. )-

In Bradford County were in pure white ( SKAM A. 3. Thnman V,," are unknown, I II
requIred| to Appear\ on CALL 132 STARKE
A. f'leik of Ralil
Court
I
.l i out January
Ing the "White
Z.lrcl. 1950
In
S # cnrrY-1 By Ifnvpn r-rnnhy, r>. f. I IA fiumed,. Court the above. ,
Grade 'sow Mm Arbuckle I motif. The buffet was ()niitftviiie.. y. ArtklnIr, 107 K. Union St. i I' p'alrflff' seeks.and dlvorre caune.. rtrailrrtrd herein, ,
a. InsuranceAFanii1ys came a low white Madonna Vase Florida Coimtv Telegraph Khali ptiblleh WE ALWAYS COME !
Into host this week so we prompt. Ally for I'lf 12-19 4t 1-0 this Order In next 4 Weekly !.HU.>N
\ offer the people of Storke ly loaded her In our station. ing i white chrysanthemums, ; --iI..d'D..1 WltneKK, mv hand anil, ofll..I"I..nl
wag hOld-j I In < In-ill Inset. < min jV .
at Sturke
Ion (coaxed her with little flanked by tall lighted l< rl"ln I In hnn'*rrv. tl I l'149OFFICIAT., Florida, I this l'e<'enilivr
I a corn ; FLORIDA RENDERERS Inc.
A solrul course with cold hum M tmilth. iHlntlff, !' VH WmtoV I I :
and laity one of the most to step Into the bnck section) and) Hmlth I IK-rt-nilHiit, ('Itp.e V" 7H5Itlrilr ( SEAL A. Thomas: ,
I rellxhes, coffee and hot chocolatewns :: As Clerk ff Knlcl fourt
wt'nt over to Nelacyi Green's of 4'lII..sti I <>n Hurt 'c lotli-v to I ItlMirnr.
Best FriendChar modern and flniwt equipped Hut found place. nerved followed, by white tripped T''IH OK PIOIIIHl t..l ft.2/t"j".lrO"bY, Deputy Clerk. I -
out that Nelson had \ViI", V Smith whniifl replflonru I I", -.
"cut" his. boar and that Carl Jello with assorted nuts and | MH Thmmiai. Cropnp., rio tuthmliLn H
weMlBg fthupH anywhere. lard Hill- candies. and gardlnln )perfume. tied' I I IK :'o I'lfr A, Berth. I. I.on..* li..n<.hi -
} y E. Johns had a good, registered Durocmale. with real i 2.: PalatrniaYoi : I -
So off tinkling Christmas bells. j lire rpqtirr1 to nnppni* nnlantmtv
to
Carl's I
AU Work (;uarantl'edSMITH'S farm wherewe Mrs\," ::
May win assisted In nerving! Iflth. 19&0, In the nltovmimi
Agency learned that he had sold the I >il ort, nnd rnuan. whfii-ln,
bonr to his brother Luther off by her daughter'' Sylvli plaintiff ,,.."ks divorce rentora- I
'.IIOI'Ie.1S HTAKKK, FLA. GARAGEAND so I lion of former name.. '
again Found Luther'home and ('OctIt.Tll I.iTIt'4! Bradford, lr untv Telegraph hall

.. MACHINE SHOP had our sow bred to his fine lookIng Mr. and Mrs Marlon Crews announce I nt'puhlixh, ,ikly I issueS.ViIn"sau this: .order In neat t..ul'j

male. Hope that this results the birth of a baby daughter \ mv hnntl sn.l nfflMn.1 n/nl I
Tcpie ,\vi'. StarkeR In a fine batch of pigs as right ,. Martha Nell. on Wednesday at in. ptniko I9U.IIIJo'Jo"I.'II.. Florida, this (1..111".1',

l.prwntlna THE TRAVELER Hartford around this part of the country December 21, In St Vincents' Hospital -' SEAT' A..1 Thntnim, II Never B.U.Y Before You T.R-Y

we to. need some good boars to breed .Jacksonville, ) Mrs. Crews ,-vill |I| Flv Hnvrn A frrmhv* ('Iprk D of f said. Court: I

be remembered as Miss Ethel Mart .r H. Hairltmn T.AW nxchana-0 fids' I
Incidentally, while there went Jin kHonvll> Florida,
Dulling She and
baby returned
lAlly. for Plf 1Z18ft l-a
TRANSFER AND all over Luther's farm and saw a to their home here Christmas af- I|I j

B ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE: CO. good has place In full production. lie ternoon.KrleniH. In Inriiini(Iri-ult in Court i nnnrrrjr., llrnilfor.l" fnnntr.

about 100,000 berry plants In of Mis Thru' F Rungc. Hhlriy! Filttabctn Phllllpw, Flalrttirr.t
'
r 2 good shape, and large patches of Washington, n C. will regrethear I VM .Jnnifi'. Tr.vnr Phtlllpa, ilefeflil.!
Nt. 7 eei.
local ant in' '' <
He
operate greens growing. Luther hns a trac to of the tenth of her husband 4 lr.P.r l :r IobIIrntI'n. ...." 'I;..4Irr to I
.. .,. .
tor and 'I ?. .*" i' .i nv "'I..n"" t ti.tfttntH
__ _ & lone! .IMancanywhere according/ him "would Washington, on TUI' < Trevor Phillip wh<>,.*, rf..lluiirw .
sell the farm before he would sell Dec. ?0. Mrs lUin e l Is a tllY'1 U ISO PhllndAlphla..' Ta.k.'ma .

c.s::: _ .. In IV!i4. the tractor". Going to visit him Mrs. H B. VVIgRlnd/ and a former I'ark arc r..quir..d MarylandYuu l to: nppcur. on
again
around planting time as we
EN'El.LENTSTOJtAGE - - - -
want to see how he flxe his land, ,

etc. 0 I I FOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK!

-J FAriuTiFS Made up some beds with nllI' I TURKEY THESE: : A: MANY MCXKK: GKOCFRV IiI! .-\T SPECIALS SEE FAX P\PKBS''

tractor this week and ale!",>
Rents For ed our trnrtor dealer and tJ vhlit'j

DelcherBros. I make a tent with him for. some SHOOTFri. Prices Good Through Saturday, Iecember 31
A' See WI first! more equipment Need planting .

and cultivating equipment and 2 Fancy "Long Grain McGrath'sBLACKEYE
& Sat.
then we'll bo ready to work with Dec. 30 & 31 ,

ho tractor all the wav from muvh Green Peacock R-I-C-E I PEAS
land to harvesting. Discussed the 1:00 P. M.

method of planting and have doelded 3 Pounds 35c No. 2 Can lOc

{-l4. Unit HP 11 plant on a single Cast Call! Street (New Itlaiuiinff '

DearbornLIFT bed because on a small farm liko Highway) lU-jond Bridge ,, __ .
ours It l Is not feasible to plant two' Meaty NECK BONES Per Pound - Of lOc

TYPE rows at a time.S. Urlnp Your (hvn Gun. Wjp Furnish Shells: for 12 ,

Got firewood cut and stored away Cuajje; ; Only Oth rs Ilrinsr Your Own Shells.: GRAPEFRUIT, 5 for 25c Cooking APPLES, 5 lb 25c

In a dry place now, enough TURKEYS: FROM 2;) POUNDS UP I

expect to last that for we'll the entire have winter very moderate so Sponsored by St. Edward's Recreation Club CABBAGE, lb. 3c TOMATOES, lb. lOc

weather But have to got a WWWJrLniWLnJ :,

... small kerosene heater to heat one SUGAR 5 lb. Pack '
# .. of our bedrooms as the fireplace Factory pkg. C
.1 III still one of the world's worst

.1I heating systems Very nice to look

I "NL at very, cheerful efficient and all that, but not BACON, Sliced, Rindless, lb. -



Field Cultivatorreally Wish lupine It would growing SOur .hurry very up slowly as It- UNDERSTANDING. I 1 Meaty Pork Shoulder Roast, lb. -



gets down and digs .1 plans has a for very next definite.year.. place In our : (, based; upon long years. of wide experience PICNIC HAMS Sugar Cured lb. -

1 : and Serving dignifies this ,
Use It shallow for eradicating Am In the procrsit now of mnk- (

weeds or mulching or set it ing up a plan for operation next ,;, funeral home with a superior excel.. STEW\ Ib.---

:& full 9 inches deep and really year Going to put down l In wiltIng 11 lence in handling affairs of sacred RIB or BRISKET -

churn the soil. It leaves land in what we're going to plant discretion

shape to hold moisture mid resist I where we'll put It, and what seeds / Libby's Sundrenched:
wind erosion. I fertilizer etc. will be needed K\- 'I
PINEAPPLE HALVES PEACHESNo.
pect to plant about five CRUSHED
The Dearborn Field Cultivator' acres of
DeWITT I C. JONESPhone
k can be attached to a Ford l Tractor : lonnn sweet corn, about eight I No. 2 Can 25c 21/ Can 19c
ia ene minute. Hydraulic Tooth acres of field corn (Dixie 181.) and 7 Slarie, Fla.

Control means easy lifting for I then butter beans green henna.,

!I pringietutd..mil ....1. t..baa.RId..vsr turns port. See and IU trans! And ,:put Irish balance potatoes of, land peppers In cover., etc.cropsto and Funeral Director Ambulance Service Western PORK CHOPS, Ib.: center cut 55c; end cut 35c

: 'BtOlUBth .. r..tf and. remember us for ,.; I help the soil. The reason behind Pur local funeral home enable u to offer convenience and
_I ..BlT.B I es Xenuinepurtsandexpert: : putting the Iceberg
_aIe.IIY. ViirUIrLaU .r plan on paper H services not otherwise available. Western
.. terviee.I to avoid the waste ot time
... i swSilabI that
25c LETTUCE 2 heads
comes in doing things "on the ,, SPARE RIBS, lb. - t9clcGrath's

spur of the moment" and to have W. furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and Lay'sI "
DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc. the seeds fertilizer nitrates of
accept ANT\' life Insurance policy In force. 'issued fey ANT
soda etc, when they are needed. JUICE 16 lOc POTATO STIX Can lOc
And also so we can Integrate our company aa payment ia part or la full on a funeral.Oooiultation I TOMATO oz. -

143$ W. Main St.. South CainesviHe, Fla. our growing operation. with 'rais carried no obligation. .

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DECEMBER SO 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN'
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bys in Mlddlcburg Christmas shell Edonfletd of Gainesville Mr. I 'u. plaintiff. n..*kif dlrorn Bradford
ChurchThe At The TabernacleThe Order of PHbllmtlnn. und MA.I*. <. lou Tei.l'icraph 'BhaJl puhllub lhlOrclffi .
Baptist day and Mrs. W. C. Conner and daughter \rvrmr. NTtrK OK VI.OIIII <., : .n :neat four wenkly iHMiiitM.WltnfiNH : : .
Evan )Mr. and Mrs. Paul 1.1 my'" tinnd and offtcmlK
ordinance of the Lord's Sup- Yuletide Season :was fittingly Mrs. J. W. Terry of Lake City in Co| Hharkcy Taxi H*rvlt>i>, Nan* .nl Ht Slurk. Florida, this l'''oS
C will be observed this Sunday observed at the Tabernacle Saturday and Mrs. Norman Dunn of Toronto Faulkner, Mrs. Ophelia Moore and Han and Manhattan Avenue, Bruuli* U40.I' .
per of Canada visited Mrs T. J. Terry son, Buford, and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson lyn. New York: I' OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: ThonmfyAn
the regular ser night with a program : .
morning following; Starke. Y"u arc required to appear on Clerk of said vice at 11 A. M. The message by Christmas readings and music and family on Tuesday.The I of January Wlh 1 5 In the above I haven ('ro by, D. C. .
Mrs. Loran Conner and daughter named Couri i and cause wherein Ally for rif. U-' 4t It-SC
the Pastor at the beginning of the presented by the young people, as- Hubert Priests and daughter -
New Year will be "A Clean Page". II sisted by a few older folks. Out visited relatives In Jacksonville Peggy Ann of Sylvanla Ca. ,

I Pk 11 The Adult choir will furnish special standing among the numbers presented on Christmas day. returned home Saturday after

music directed by Mrs. Lucile were the reading "It's Mrs. Joyce Futch and family had spending a few days with relatives FOR EXPERT WASHING

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Green with Mrs. Mona Canova at Christmas" 'by W, B. McKinney, as dinner guests lust Monday Mr, I They were accompanied by
CONGREGATIONALM and "The Lament Of The Bethlehem Mrs. Conner's sister, Miss Melva
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS the organ. and Mrs. A. Z. Futch of Quincy

ETIIODIST CHURCH The Church of Jesus Christ of At the first Service 0:45: thePlUltor' Innkeeper" by Elmer Johns. and S. J. Futch of Jacksonville.Miss Crosby POLISHING GREASING
Service very first and third At the close of the evening gifts Mr. and Mrs. A. F Hall and
Latter Day Sair.ts will hold Sunday message will be "Hiding", Virginia Peace of New ,
Saturday night, Sunday morningand were presented to the Bible School I children of Jacksonville returned I
the 3rd message from the life of York was the guest of Rev. and
Sunday night, 11 a.m. and School and Communion Ser- members, etc. home Monday after spending a
The Youth Chorus under Mrs. Winter the
Elijah. Giddings during
8 p.m. at Congregational Methodi vices at 10 a.m. on Sunday Jan. The message Christmas morning few days here with relatives. TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
the direction of Mrs. Mona Canova holidays. Miss Peace was the soloist -
Church on Brownlee Road.- 1. Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. a
the Wonderful BabeIn Wm. Hall and
will reiterated at the Christmas In Mr. and Mrs Guy
Rev. Ernest Griffls, pastor. meeting of will be held for the purpose Sunday sing. evening the Happy Hour the Manger, the Child In the tho Methodist Church.program family of Jacksonville Beach vie PURE OIL PRODUCTS

establishing a branch Temple the Man on the Cross, and ited their parents. Rev. and Mrs.
AIRPARK MISSIONARY church In' Starke. New officers will will be devoted to a Candle Light Miss Marguerite Wainwright of
Saviour and King, emphasized bya W E. Hall last week.
BAPTIST CHURCHSunday ; be fleeted and Installed by Bishop I Service of consecration, following Tallahassee. Is spending the holidays
solo, "Wonderful", by Miss Ed-
School 10:00 a.m. Boxx and his assistant officers of I the Informal service of requested na Noegel. The music throughoutthe here with her parents Mr. II Those enjoying Christmas day SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAIN
the Wesconnett Ward. Everybodyis hymns and choruses. The pianoorganduo and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright. with Mr. and Mrs. H. M McRai5were
11:15 the
Morning Worship : a.m. weekend services was on
Eevnlng Service 7:30: p.m. welcome to all services In the of Mrs. Morse and Mn. Christmas theme. Miss Phyllis Mr and Mrs. L. P. Refuse and their children, Mr. and Mm. Madison & Walnut Streets Starke, Fla.

Prayer Meeting each Thursday Masonic Hall on Call Street. Mann will lead the singing with Martin home from Indiana for the daughters were holiday guests of' A. R. McRae and little son Mr
the Youth Chorus bringing spe- relatives' In Fort Myers. and Mm. J. W. McRae and sons
welcomed to the
7:30 holidays was
: p.m.Rev.
CHI-RCH OF GOD cial music Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae and
_. L. O. Hemingway, Pastor. meetings, as well as Corbin Car-
Rev. L. S. Winiams, Pastor Sunday School begins at 9:45: nell from Wheaton College III. children are spending the holidays I family. Mr. and Mrs.. A.. F Hall t
8th & St. Clair Sta. with a full staff of teachers to Instruct with relatives In Texas. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and Gene Carnell from Ormond
Sunday School 10 a.m. the more than 300 regular whose music and testimonies were Miss June Bullard of Jacksonville Myrick and daughter, Mr and Build it with

Louis R. Dean Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. attendera. Training Unions gatherat spiritual additions to the meetings. visited friends in Lawtey Mrs Owen McRae and children,
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. 6:15: for worship, fellowshipand during the holidays. Mrs Sue Myrick of Luke Geneva,
TAX CONSULTANT Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. training In church member- Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Massachusetts and Mrs. C. K. Andreu of Panama

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m ship.Midweek St. Mark's EoiftcopalItov. are spending a wek herewith City.
BOOKKEEPING service Wednesday B. E. !Simmons! n. I>. Vicar I Mrs. Effle Miner before goIng -
7:15: with the discussion being led to St. Petersburg for the winter In Clr. .*..lt Court.. 11"..*.,.r. I'utiNtrFloridI
.f
SERVICE TbRetitvt by the Pastor on "What Baptist Sunday. Jan 1--0:45: : a.m. I ('uonnuvPlaintiff! 1'h..rerr.ACn.'N ".. William e .t
MI s Believe". This is a good period Church School nursery through Friends of Rev. G. V. Lee are I Connolly. I>ut.".1sI. ..L. Case No

for all Interested, Baptist or not junior high. 11 a.m.. Holy Communion glad to know that he Is much Improved I I
to find out what make Baptists and sermon by the Vicar. after an attack of flu that
120 SO; Walnut St. qL666 distinctive from any denomination Feast of the Circumcision of kept him from preaching on I

STARKE, FLORIDA Christ. Christmas day.PINE I LISTEN !

Methodist Church"The The church is open dally for

Jil.* TMUT*-tun Nei NU prayer and meditation. IN CASE OFSICKNESS

Call of the New Year" will LEVEL
----
be the sermon subject for the 11 OR ACCIDENT

o'clock hour Sunday morning. It LAWTEY llv Mr*. II. M. MrRoo

"Hog Jowls &. Black-Eyed Peas"Will la a time of new beginnings that WHO
should continue throughout the
E. Hall The Bills ?
I. II. Futrh Rev. and Mrs. W. were Pays
year. The religious life is a process
be the Topic of the New Year's Sermon of beginning. God withholdsnot Christmas'guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fete Brown of Starke. For Hospital Protection \
Sunday Evening at 7:30: O'clock. His power from those who The WMU enjoyed Its annual
Mutual -
Thane enjoying Christmas tiny Insure The Florida
show steadfast become FARROWING HOUSE
a desire to spend-the-duy Christmas party at
with Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis i
more like the Master. the hqmo of Mrs. H. B. Atwood Way
FIRST BAPTIST were their relatives and children for better production!
CHURCH Hampton pork
Sunday evening at the 7:30: hour last Tnnsdav. Mr nnd Mrs. Bishop Thomas and MM'.IL AGENT i
Bob Gray Pastor there will be a candle light com Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr. and children I
children, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow RAYMOND
G. P.
munion service. The has her In Uo-
pastor are visiting;\ parents hoses
Thomas and children Mr. and Mrs. convenience and sanitation build you hog
For efficiency
chosen as his subject, "Sympathy ca Grande this week I" n. Boat 9;)
Bible School at 10 A. M.\ B.T.U. at 6:30: P. M. F. C. Lewis and sons. Reid and af CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will provide dry, worm quarter and
Start the New Year right by attending Mr. and Mrs W. M. Dinkins and"son FLA. '
STARKE
Mead Mr and Mrs. N. C. Mott, : H easily kept fre. from poraut .a Iue: to fityoar aeed%,
Music for
Special the Night Service Sunday School at 0:45: of Gainesville were holiday

(NOTE: Don't miss the biff New Year's ETC Watch- Sunday morning. Lot us support intents of Mrs Dlnklns'' parents, all Simmons of Brooker and ,Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. Jack Her- Phone .......... for complete dataili., Wt deliver;
the entire Church Program. Mr. and Mrs. M M. Browning. I
Night Service at our church!) The midweek prayer service ,Is, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edward, I I -+r

held in the Nursery Department Jr. and children of Atlanta are I CONCMTI IIOCKS'IRICKS'IASII | I

each Wednesday evening at 7:30.: spending/ several days here with Ann's Bakery & Coffee Shop ::! PLOOII, DRAIN AND HOOP Till < I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke All are Invited to attend. Nothingelse Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Austin and Mr .. llIADY.MIXID. CONCRCTt AND CtMINT
Is combined with this service and Mrs. W. 11. Edwards Sr.
; ****"**> Place Orders
Rev. Lewis D. Ilainrs Pastor It Is a fellowship of the CON Mrs. Richards. and children of Sandwiches
CERNED.You Lake MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS \
I I II City were Christmas guestsof Hot Doits j NOWHamburgers
The are Invited to worship withus. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ,
"la Heart of Town And In The Hearts I
of The People" Wall Sr.Mills Fur Holiday Ainiis Buildin Supply Inc.
Lou Edwards of Jacksonville Home Made *
,..,
I I I I '
Presbyterian Church visited her parents, Mr. and 7 Cake
A Southern BaptNt Church For All People Mrs. Will Edwards, during the holidays 1036-10 W. Main St., South

Morning worship and sermon, SoupCOFFEE GAINESVILLE
; ; lIo'1 5c ,
'0 Wo..hl&-9U& & It Happy 7io 11:00 o'clock, "Greeting the New Rev. and Mrs. Winter Glddlngs I P.O. Box 62 FLORIDAPhono. 217-218__

Sunday''School9:4." Training 1nlou-63: Year". Mr Kaufman has been appointed are spending this week with relatives -

Midweek s.n'lced".ay., 8:80: I I'. M. by the Florida North In Jacksonville.

.. '" Presbytery to declare the pulpit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter and

TWO GREAT SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES: vacant. Ministers .will be secured' son of Tallahassee were guests of
for the Sundays Intervening untila Mrs. Carter's parents, Mr. and
Flrne !Service! 9:45: A. M.I "HI new pastor can be called. Wyrlck during
Regular Hr lc.>, 7:30: 1'. \'.: ".\ New Pago" School Larry remained in Lowtey
Sunday
at 0:45: A. M OF
Happy Hour, 7:30 ". M.: "Candle Light Consecration" under the direction of Miss Evelyn for an extended visit with his NO OTHER TRUCK GIVES YOU A CHOICE

I I .._ r" I Stump Superintendent. The grandparents.The .
Friendship Class for men and women J C. Prevails visited Mr
"Visit The Church With The VIMtlng. .
< I'a.tor"i will meet In the church at and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Jr. In Dunedin i .

10:00: o'clock. on Christmas day.

Junior Fellowsinp at 6:00: o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon and
Sunday for sons visited Mrs. Mixon's parents, 0!
evening young peopleof b TN +
NEW YEAR'S EVE St. Mark's Episcopal Church'and Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards during

First Presbyterian Church the holidays. i
.BIG I Mrs. Ruth Barthlmv and Miss
the hostess to be announced '
Watch Night Service The officers and members of this Effle Mae Darthlow of Mlddlcburg
church Invite all visitors to Starke were.guests of Mrs. Mae Wells on

and those who have no church Christmas day. OR
home to attend our services The The C. E. Strlcklands and children

retiring pastor extends to one and of Gainesville were guests of A

Yes, Sir! Four Solid Hours of the Very all his bent wishes for a happy Mrs. T J. Terry on Christmas day.
and Miss Barbara Moore of Jackson-
prosperous New Year ,
Best for Christian Young People and ville was here for Christmas with

for Older Folks, too! Everyone Welcome! Heilbronn BaptistDr. her parents, the Fred Moores r
Mr. and Mrs. G. W Roberts

Christmas In Delund with
spent
John McGuire, secretary of
I Mrs. Roberts' father, J. H Tatum.
the Baptist Convention will be the
First Baptist Church Hampton main speaker at the annual Home Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brookingof
comingobservance of the Heil Gainesville and sinter, Mrs.
Crow of Missouri visited friendsIn
hronn Baptist Church to be held
Sunday Jan. 1, Lawtey recently. Mrs. Crow i

SATURDAY NIGHT, Dec. 31 8 O'clock The dav's program will begin lived first here visit at one In time 40 years.and this washer

with Sunday School at 10 a.m.,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchardhad
followed
be Dr. McGulre'g sermon
Just A Glimpse of the Program : at 11 o'clock as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Dye of Ft. Lauderdale and
A
basket dinner will be servedat
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of Jack
Evangelist lien Skinner, of Jacksonville will be the noon hour, and during the sonville.

the main speaker of the evening. afternoon there will be a special Mr. and Mrs. I.. H Futch were
song service by the Bradford
r r ied5, ,
dinner guests of the Charles Frie- WfN
Rev. John Sible, pastor of the Graham Baptist County Singing Convention. I +x
Rev. G. E.
CutnhRW
pastor of the !
Church will conduct three
great Sing
Periods. to all members and friend O Y Guaranuedby'%

of the church to come out and en- 1 i
Maxvill ME GoodNousekeepingr
Harmony Singers mixed sextet with
Joy this "
guitar accompaniment singing the old songs Homecoming program. a

you love to hear. Christian; Church 50 G00ra

Hampton Cospelaires five men with a real message lluiner Sulmlall Minister / Gaoronhfd

in Hong. Bible School begins at 10 a.m. 1000 NOU3EKEEF119M

Huge Cross Cake to *be served. with coffee to This with being classes the for first all Sunday age group.in the r.Vroww s ALWAYS POPSSave

all attending at the intermission New Year.
period. Why don't you start
, out right by being present. ? All

Duets and Solos Hear "The Love of God" & those present Sunday morning for Time, Work, .."Ni\\
other favorites. Bible School will become members ..

of the 52 Club. Come and find out and Money!

Johnstown Trio girls from Johnstown what It I Is.Morning. ; .
Baptist
..
Worship 11 am., sub glfo
Church with real
Gospel melodies. ject: "How to Begin New Pound Of Your .2ffad iEIfr .
a Year" SONUS. "'"SMMfM. ft"". '* .i lHe" "air"

Instrumental* Three bringing you numbers you Communion Christian 11:15 Endeavor: a.m. 8.30: p.m. 9 Laundry Done In ..r.lo ewes mr Urisllr Jtif '-Ii..de

will enjoy. All youth cordially invited.
Only) .
Evangelistic service 7:30( p.m.
Betty Williams pianist Raiford Baptist Church. Sermon subject: "Why the Church .
will play for your enjoyment at beginning of la Worth Investigating" Minutes. It Is

program & will also be accompanist. Prayer Service each Wednesday Washed Spotlessly -
40 because
night 7:30 o'clock. Come let us I Clean-Ready- Ford Trucks Cost Less
Violin Solos by Emory Brown playing selections reason together.
To Iron!
that you will enjoy.


Choir Specials by choir of First Baptist Church, PENTECOSTAL Itth !St.! and Temple HOLINESS Aye Cents Is All It FORD TRUCKS LAST LONGER

Hampton. Sunday School 9:4: $ a. m.; MornIng -

Service Worship 7 11:00 a.p.m.m.;: Evangelistic Everyone 40 Coats! Try Our Utint!.!.*.,."/..,.U.t<.._.-'.JO'.000 I'M**. II'. l ....r..... ... tfI Mere r.,4 True*..last f.......

Ladle Quartette from First Baptist Church
welcom Service Soon! .



Starke.Piano Numbers by Bob Gray, Pastor of First CATHOLIC Sunday Mass CIIL-KCW 9:13: a.m. The Washeteria ANDREWS MOTOR CO. .

Baptist Church, Hampton. Sunday School 11 am.
Week Day Mass 8:30 am. .
CHURCH LOCATED SIX MILES SOUTH OF STARKE day SIS Tempi Arenas STARKE FLORIDA ADAMS '& MADISON STS.nUDAY. .
Bible Study Is every Wednesday PHONE 118 ,

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PAGE FIGhT _____________________________ BRADFORD COUNTY TFXEGRAPII.: STARKE., FLORIDA- ----- .
FKIDIT. nKCKMHEM M IM*
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Ambitious i Musical 1 Score And Lovely Sets Pvt. Griffis ServesAs TOO LATE Hartmann Plans -- -- -
Production Of 150 juice
I Suits ange as the liquid for I
I your I juice I Us SB.in a *4 pasetka, *..

Feature Christmas Pageant At Prison Phone LinesmanOn TO CLASSIFY . Of Furniture Per Week In New Plant .1 pre roget crust from and'ne those what who eat response It. ;I.of cup sugar of .*!... ... an4 "; kq | mi

FujiyamaMOUNT
Visitors to the State Prison much ns ye have done It unto the ny Russell Kay Plans to move the Hartmann It necessary that we expand. We And here's a recipe that' bound I Blend taw seasiniliic with Uw aft.

Christmas pageant last Monday enst of these my brethren" ye The action of Governor WarrenIn manufacturing plant to Its new i are expecting many new orders to bring folks back for "seconds" and juk Powr II ..*. .* hue'..

might cam away enthusiastic in have done it unto me. appointing a Florida Industrial location ara about complete, It the first of the year and our and "thirds., It'. Orange ,Shake well brtar* .....
theIr praise of the Inmates' pro- Music for the pageant was fur- Development Council with the was announced this week by Ed- t present facilities are far too First make the .
duction. A group of mote than nlrlind by the prison's All SmilJ view of mobilizing; all state facilities die Hartmann owner. small to handle them." filling. You'll need A BlacWta.1 I Or you mtcfct waot *., trv lfrtrnrh .'e
70 prisoners presented "The tory direction Hartmann was granted Jreeamy l. w rarh aswUM*
Chapel choirs, under the In a campaign to attract a per Hartmann. manufactures a modern of butter, 2 of flour
..f the Other Wise Man" by Henry mit for the construction cups famous rtorwk .. .
of David Jones, and by the worthwhile Industries to Florida of a fur- line of oak furniture to be of orange juice, grated rind mev *mr f* yan
Van Dyke, as the annual Christmas Institution oichestrn led byP.. Is Indeed a forward step..It niture factory In Block 13 of 'used In both hotels and private medium ofI I Important' part Y and 1
stage production In the Prison C. Bro har. Providing/ continuous that his Temple's addition "lo Starke at homes. orange cup of sug I 1-3 cup .f salad .... 1Jn wan fitting announc- Cook
ar. all
auditorium. According to a accompaniment for the hour tho regular meeting of the city together Ingredient*!'of salt, t teaspoon of..,...,..., I
Its formation occurred the : When
ing at the new plant begins operation except sugar until thick. Then add I
custom of several standing, council December: 20. tablespoons of 1 4 .
years and 45 minute prpsrntstlon, the ratswp .> of
annual meeting of the Florida and '
the play was shown twice to the mimic was thp most ambitious yet The present plant located near they plan'to use a eariUaCY sugar remove from fir. wt j honey I teaspnow. at at...lard SM.
Chamber of held
Commerce
State paste cool before .
prison population In order to accommodate undertaken by the Inmates Beginning the north city limits on 301, employs -I of Qak lumber a week. The using.With 1 dr, 1-4 coup *f vtovgsr, a4 t toe
both the white and with Gounod's "Send recently at Jacksonville, for the I 15: men and I Is capable of majority of ,the lumber used by the paste ready, make a I jbivspnona, erf .- .... Jam
Council i la the outgrowth of studies ,
negro groups; and a third time Out Thv Light"/ anti climaxed! and recommendations'/ advancedby turning out between 40 to 60 bedroom Hartmann Is shipped in from Gulf biscuit dough by your favorite rc I I Blend hoary with Vy *sge..ateats / -

for employees' families, friends. with "The Halleleujah Chorus", suits per week. Hartmann I Hammock Florida. ipe. Roll half an Inch thick and; add catsup aa4 tosnM fins.,
the State Chamber's Industrial I
*Dd visitors. from the Metmlnh by Handel, the Division. expects'to hire an additional 63' Hartmann, woh designs' all of cut in strips six Inches wide then vinegar. sad ... ..., well

Tho- Van Dyke story was enlarged repertory included "Evening workers and Increase his weekly his own furniture, went Into fur Spread orange paste on strips, roll ;with egg beater,
I Tho Council will operate as apart niture like a jelly roll and, with
by the production utaff Star" (Tannhauser), "The Lords production of furniture to 130 making about four years, a sharp I
of the State Improvement suits week.Overcrowded. ago. knife, cut In one-Inch slices. Placeon IJR.%" ROAM xnustMrs.
of several and "Cal- per
showing Malotte
by
to Prayer"
permit and wll! coordinatethe Rhoda Damper, 5.teetve.
; Commission baking sheet and bake In hot
venes In the life of Christ between vary", by Rodney. Marian Saltef, condltnns at the "Xo' rnlture has always been a a
Service a9o&i4 cfcmi, APMVMHMBthat '
work of the State Advertising oven. '
"The Slaughter of the In who played the feminine roles, also plant have already forced Hart- hobby with me," he explained,
the office la the haL wU
Commission, the State Chamberof ty
nocents" and The Death of Art- did outstanding work indawa' mann to move his paint shop to "and it looks like this one Is.beglnnlng'loto A French
Commerce, the Engineering and dressing made with be e....-.. Monday, Jaa. *. ban at the time of the Crucifixion. \ "0 Holy Night". another building across the street pay off." grapefruit juice has proved Is
Industrial Experiment Station In very being observe' a* UK JWw Tea r
The added scenes were Prepared and dlrct."l by aneainest -. constructive and unified effortto In commenting on the proposed Hartmann's plant has been approved -popular with home-makers who" holiday but win a* apse duns*

The Boy Jesus in the Temple", staff of Inmate technicians exercise every means at their $16,000)( building he said, "Thegrow'lng by the government for know how. It's easy to 'make. the regular hour oa T.iss..y, .1_
-Christ .Teaching and Forgiving Oordon demand for our 'Orange :GI training. He now employstwo You'll need 1-3
/ including R.' C. Raymond FUJI, JAPAN-Private command to encourage thla state's cup of ine Fallen' Woman" and "Tho Lowe, and Robert Summers -. Blossom Line' furniture has made on-the-Job trainees.
r Oarden of' Gethscmane"k Arta- Monroe T. Griffin, eon of Mr. and Industrial_ development. ,- ..
this :
the pageant year
Mrs. Leonard Griffin of Starke, It Is to the Governor's credit ,
Van "other wiseroan"
toaii the Dyke makes a significant contribution' / "4 r"4c,*, ,,
has completed an eight week cycleof that In naming the members of S
not failed to seethe
who only to what Superintendent L. F. : 4,4 ?'*
rugged maneuver training/ at this Important body, he made, his ,.
I r King face to face but who also Chapman culls "one of the fine. -
used his rich gifts Intended religious traditions of the Insti! the base of the woild-fumed Fuji selection with the welfare of Flo- > M "' HAPPYNEW

for the King to minister needy tution". Both the prison band, yam with the First Cavalry Di- rida uppermost In mind and on a

I*opla during hln 33-year'' search, under the direction. of J, W vlHlon.Ax strictly non-political basis ,
was played by Ed Hughes and Hitch, and the Depaitment of a telephone linesman In the Named'on the council were McGregor

Phil Rockwood; the latter playing Kduratlon, directed byV.. N. : Commimlratlonn! Platoon of the Smith of Miami Edward

the aged Artaban. North, gave: major emphasis, to 5th Cavalry Regiment CJrllfla Ball of Jacksonville, Carl Broreln .,, ';
Climax of the story Is reached the work of arranging: the pro; came to thi.s mountain maneuver of Tampa, Irlo' Bronson of Klsslm- "t YEAR
wttrn' Artabnn seems to hear the duction., One new feature of thl.1 camp late In August; to take partIn mee, M. M- (Jack) FI'ost of New '*4, -

King's appioval. He replies to year's celebration was the assignin the war games' which have been, York, R. C.. Miller of Jacksonville ,

the unseen King: "When saw I nt of the entire art class of conducted by the various Cavalryglmrnta Clyde Middleton of Palatka, A. D. ,

thee Hick or In prison and came the prison ,school to preparing! the throughout the Bummer, Davis of Jacksonville, Robe R.
unto thee?" A hlKh-frrared training program Guthrie of St. Petersburg/ Dr.
'*tage Hceneiy and art wok* All J' 't4tf
The voice then replies: "Inas- I lie scenes, and properties were was given the men of the 5th Cavalry Ralph E.. Morgan of Gainesville, To' The FINEST
irranged by a ,group Including In order to increBS their Dr. Herman Gunter of Tallahassee PeopleOn
Harold Mowry of Gainesville
combat effectiveness. The training
george Hughes, Dnwey' Sizemore,
W.C.T.U.ANOTIIF.lt I D. R. Mime, and James Cannon was begun on a squad level and Raymond Barnes of Tallahassee, '. .
'electrical, carpentry, and various I'rngrl.IIC'(1!, through platoon and Dr. George B. Hurff of Gainesville Earth-
YEAR IS DAWN- Harold Colee of Jacksonville
otoduction tasks Were handled .by company tactics until it culminated ,
I NO and Howe Sadler of Tallahassee. -f
: /Roy DrlHcoll, Chnrtes O'Tooley In regimental level l maneu ,
""MASTF.lt! LET IT IIK':, vers. .Certainly one would have to go
Gt-orge Ritchie, Dempsey Jones,
.
"IN KAKTIf. OR ELsE: : IN far and look long to find a more
Onil, Clark Leonard Doloshaw, A. : Through the use of simulated OUR FRIENDS
111'\': YEN capable or better qualified
R. Roberts and Dick Gregg. I combat problem and by firing real I group -
ANOTHER V K A R lOll for such a council.
Script readers were Matthew ammunition the trooperS ,were
THEE." Johnson, Glen Fuller and Robert tented on tho abilities At II"outlnl"l LosIng/ no time the new group

Hopkins. Writing/ and arranging patrolling combat Intelligence and promptly held an organization 4: AND CUSTOMERS

'he script were Francis' Murphyand the use of weupon.H, I I meeting naming McGregor Smith

Jack Benton, the latter alHO 1- When the two month of field : president of the -Florida. Power & "TIME. YOUOLD GYPSY MAN" Every 12 months as the earth

playing all tho piano accom- education exercises drew to a close Light Company of Miami chairman spin. slant Its course, we fondly re-enact the cherished eld conceit of

paniment. Soloists In addition to large scale regimental war games) and 'Allen Morris of the aged and worn man representing the Old Year, meeting for a
.
SEE Miss Salter were Ralph Buxton, were conducted by the nth; Cavalry. hassee secretary, whfle Talla-I brief Instant with his cherubic successor\ the New Year. For In that
Brown of Delund was bit of make-believe embodied resolution would for
Fred Mahoney. Joe Norrls, Don They were supported by tanksof are the we make
Pearce, Tony Meeks, and Jerry the Tint Heavy Tank Battalionand sultant. ourselves our faith In the future and our hope that things will be
Cm'rut hers. All of the cast were heavy howitzers of the Divl It Is fitting that !'McGregor I better next jear.Housewives.

Inmates of the prison with the (lon Artillery In carrying out for Smith no should organization head such Florida a group has I f :: I H O WA R. D S
single exception of Leslie
Chaplain e-makers
mock warfare against an imaginary I are daily discoveringnew
done more during the few
A, Shepherd who directs the supposedly rnlrencheJ' past Hints uses to which it be
enemy may piu
THK.: ULTRA, ULTRA years to sell Florida's Industrial Drugs and PrescriptionsVASSIE
religious and social activities of on the side of the 1.1.000 foot In the menue. It is used In combination -
IV PORTABLES the advantages than has the Florida
Institution. snow-capped volcano which has t'SINO' CITKt'N salads, ambrosia an4 a
The Power & Light; Company throughIts MARCARBTHOWARD ;
UE HATE annual Christmas pageant:; been a symbol of Japan for centuries Florida's delicious citrus can be large number of other desserts, in
promotion and advertising departments
has become an Impottant tradition and used In countless ways to temptthe pastries and cakes, and In many HOWARDIT'S
member of
ONE ONLY like the among caster/ the celebration prisoners, and has Since Griffis Is a .rommunlra the Council. In every fact has In one appetites> of the family and many other ways. Try tangy or- .

tlonsman, he received special instruction manner or another. been directly
K E M I N G TON done much to popularize the reltgloua I
in flold and
life and telephones ., concerned with some nhaso! of Flo. -
attitudes/ In the In- -
stitution. wire laying. I I rlda's Industrial, or agricultural
DE LUXENOISELESS Chaplain Shepherdsays ,
that "while the Inmates Qrirru has now returned to hla development.

plunge Into several weeks' day- permanent station at Camp Mc-!| There are limitless. opportunitiesIn BARKSDALE'SEND

and-night ,work required to stage Rill located on the /shores of Su- Florida for the establishment

a full scale production with a gaml! Bay, twenty miles south ot of a varied type of Industries not HERE

sense of fun and adventure the Tokyo. necessarily Heavy Industry or those ,
I, 0 R T A II L E Christmas pageant becomes. In requiring the Importation of raw
tile materials and labor but small Industries -
end, their own heartfelt tribute RURAL COMMONSENSE

The,! price I I..* slightly/ higherbut rewards to the every King;: act of of Kings faith, who and resources that can found employ In this the state natural of the YEAR CLEARANCE SALE

would drawn and employ local labor.
you never who glorifies! every believing soul Hy Spudt J hn"on
with new life". Ramle;'now In its experimental
hat such quality couM .be. KARMFII.S!\ IIRRR!': hAVE stage* but proven as to possibilities STARTS FRI. DEC. 30 AND ENDS SAT. JAN. 7Storeide

ADDRESSES PROBLEMS: RIfT TIIF.V' will eventually bring millions ,
built Into a portable twrltf'l' )'.<*-
1 ARK': FREE CITIZENSWhen : of Investment: dollars to Florida
Mrs. R. M. Lee, Old Mill Farm, and give employment to thousands
.
Old Mill Road Greenwich, Conn. a farmer in thla country of workers. Other fiber crops are Savings For You For 8 BIG DAYS

Lt. F. M. Wlllalmn, change from may feel burdened with heavy equally promising

St. Louis, Mo. to Olmstcad Air problems It might be well for him In our clay and other mineral

Ask for a Force Base, Middletown, Pu. to consider some other farmers In deposits we find raw materials for COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS

the world While he may be numerous industries and through
demonstrationBRADFORD worrying over a crop loss or other research advertising and publicity

FREE such matters that come up from I the new Florida Industrial and

time to time, the farmers In some Development Council can. present LADIES LADIES'
F For Prompt FREE; Removal countries ruled by dictatorshipsare I these opportunities so attractivelyas LADIES'DRESS I

of Dead Crippled & Worthless : many times worse off than to easily frlng necessary capl- Dress Shoes 4.98
-
Cattle, Horses, Mules, he Is.Fied tol here for their development.It All Wool Sweaters 1.99LADIES'
J. RosBltcr of the American i Is a splendid and praiseworthy Values To 8.95
& Hogs SAVINGSONE I
Office of Foreign Relations recently thing for a state to seek new

Call 132, StarkeWE told some things about industries but the new Council and
LADIES'
COUNTY farmers in "Iron Curtain" countries the state administration shouldbe
ALWAYS COME that should convince any ever on guard to make and keep DRESS AT THE

Florida Renderers, Florida farmer that even his worst Florida an Inviting field where Industry Coats & Coat Suits

problems are not so bad and also can build and invest rvlth Nylon Cardigans 3.98
TELEGRAPH INC.VETERAN. make him thankful that he livesIn confidence and be assured just ONE-THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICE

!, the United Stales Mr;. Rossiter; consideration.!
II
visited Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia Business and Industry here as LADIES' ANDANOTHER ALL WOOLInfants'

and he spoke from first. elsewhere are already overburdened -
.
hand observation. with government regulation, Flannel Gowns1.43 Sweaters 9&LADIES'

"The farmers in both cOlin tries," controls, Inspections and mount- ONE FOR
h" reported "were harvest taxation If
busy Ing problems. we fail
!
ing crops, but thy were concerned ,to hold these In check and give & CHILDREN'SFlannel Extra Big SavingsOn

about being required to Join Communist :new Industry and business a fair All

State Farms. In Czecho .chance we. will not only fall to at- I 1.98 1 $1 Sweaters -

slovakia It was estimated that a- tract It but may wake up to find Pajamas Ladies', Men's, Children's !
THE G. I. BILL
bout 2.00O.OOOacres have been or that we have lost some already

are In the process of being organIzed established.'If .S

IS DRAWING TO A CLOSE system Into, the state farmer farms deeds Under his farm their It is to our Florida purpose only to to Invite enmeshIt Industry BIG SAVINGS Children's Sweaters! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 249

to the State. Ha
no longer has to with red tape and regulation
pay taxes: he .U guaranteed a placeto while we strangle It with excessive a STARTING AT 98c" Values to 3.95

HAVE YOU live and sufficient food. In reality taxation the work of the
Educational Benefits ?, he becomes a farm laborerfor Council will go for naught. It Is Children's POLO SHIRTS '

USED YOUR ganised the Into State.large The unit farm.. .They are gen-or- something to think about. STARTING AT 69c Men's Z'IJ ac k e ts - 455

There Are Still Good In
Opportunities erally become mechanized and the
c State Mr. G. M. RastatterMrs. New No-Fold DIAPERS 2.49 dozen MEN'S
places a manager In chargeof per LEATHER JACKETS REDUCED

AVIATIONA all operation. At harvest the Gertrude Marie RastatUr .

I manager save a quantity of the 67. mother of Father Rastatter, BABY CRIB BLANKETS (large), 1.98 Values Starting At 10.95
crop for seed, distributes an allot- pastor of St. Edward's Catholic

NEW CLASS STARTS IN JANUARY then mont turn to each the worker remainder for food over, and to Church, Starke.hospital died Monday In a follow-Jacksonville BIG SAVINGS All Children's Shoes! REAL SAVINGS In Men's Dress Shoes!

the
State. lag an Illness of several weeks Small Sizes STARTING AT 2.39
A complete COMMERCIAL COURSE, including "In Yugoslavia, farmers told us She wa a native of Erie Pa, AS LOW AS 4.95

GROUND COURSES in Meteorology Navagation. En- that communist party worker had and came to Jacksonville about

p glnefl. Aircraft Radio C.A.R.. and Service and Maintenance been partv out and to had tell them about the four years ago where she was a MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS REDUCED Men's Zipper, SWEATERS, NOW 2.49
All hooka and Equipment also furnished under asked them to sign teacher In the Oceanway Grammar C

the G. I. Sill. Subsistance paid while in training. up.who Nowhere had signed did up.we fwd They anyone said School. were 5.95 NOW 3.99; were 4.95NOW 3.49 MEN'S SOCKS Well Known Brands
Sympathy Is extended by the
Free Housing on field if desired. when forced to do so, they will '
"'" Stark. community to( Father
have to go along. Rastatter In his bereavement were3.95NOW2.S9were2.98NOW2.19; were as high as 75c-NOW 3 pr. (or 1.49
See R. Browning for complete informationand "In both countries farm organ

ization have been dissolved or Incorporated that in contraat to condition( Men's 8 Sanforized OVERALLS 2.49
for
flight tent aptitude. : oz. Well Known Brand MEN'S
Into there
the communist I' people her. are free to( UNDERWEARMEN'S
framework. No one tries to develop think, own property join organ.
any opposition. In Czechoslovakia isations, and free to vote for the FLANNEL SHIRTS, NOW 1.98 Shorts & Shirts 59c eachMen's

I FLORIDA AVIATION ACADEMY all educated leaders who kind of government they want.

were not active communist work- Yes, Florida farmers may have MEN'S ALL WOOL SHIRTS Now 5.95
ers were afraid of being arrested problem now and then but they Ribbed WINTER UNDERWEAR
KEYSTONE AIRPARK and taken off to labor camps.", may weU be thankful that their

,BETWEEN STARKE AND KEYSTONE HEIGHTS When he left those countries Mr. problems are nothing like thoseof ALL MEN'S PAJAMAS '. 2.98 1.79'per Suit .
: Rossiter wa more deeply Impressed the farmers In "Iron Curtain" S.

than ever before with the fact I countries.

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