Bradford County telegraph
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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 8, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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av Annual Event f Official County Publication Established In 1879 .


by the glow of.flash bulbs and the scribbled VOI : SEVENTY-TWO STARKK, FLOKWA. FRIDAY, DKCKMHEK 8, 1030 .. NUMHEK TWKMTY-ONU.. :
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,cof Memorial the states Day outstanding celebration! Wednesday sportswriters of last Starke's week CAMERA CATCHES FAMOUS FIGURES AT CELEBRATION HERE I Hospital Petition Arrives Too Late

another success for the little town that does things in
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way' four and five hundred people, including some ofFlorl- 1
;wean For Action By Commission Monday
oat famous sports figures, flied by the serving counter in the j .'
an efficient staff under the e
,afeterla where direction of Mrs. ..
Jones dispensed barbecued pork, beef and fish ,: A petition containing around 300 names of Bradford

;-Might; of the occasion was the after dinner speech of Zach County resident freeholders asking that an election be call

f 5f Orlando, manager of the St. Louis Browns. A native of ed for deciding the mention of county ownership of the local .i''

and self-described "country boy", Taylor praised the Amerl- hospital was deposited in the office of clerk of the court ,

??lon for Its Junior and Midget baseball programs which hed Monday. i""d"
fair to revive enthusiasm for baseball throughout tho na. Sponsors of the petition had ;>;

make It the national sport In fact, as well as In name. I ..d'
id Rev. J. T. Barnes planned to present It to the Board
from small towns "
,le Den players come Taylor said. "They'reHied of County Commissioners Monday I
and really want to play ball" Dies In Alabama '
afternoon, but the Board got i
.. big; league manager predicted a comeback for college base- I 1
and said that scholarships should be offered for baseball play. Rev James Tom Barnes, 92, through with Its business unusually

they are for football players. \ former resident of Bradford'Coun- early and had adjournedby :
,1 t taa ( j I
the cameras of Trent Rogers and Tony Stevens the Tele- I I tyadled at his home near Newville, the time the group reached the I
"?m ,, Ala., Nov
/ ; Wednesday 29.
has assembled the pictures at right, which tell the story of courthouse with Ute'petition. Con-
Memorial Day more graphically than words 1)J : -- l I eH!' had preached In rural Baptist official action ,I
i r -i churches for 88 year before sequently no was
left to right: I /-L--
prow I his retirement several years ago. taken. 1'1 I
>rb Thomas, former big league player and current coach of thee s He Is credited with starting the 1C all signers of the petition are :
teams Is shown as he extends a welcoming hand '
< Legion to Pine Level Baptist Church, near bona tide freeholders It would bea
01 the distinguished visitors arriving for the celebration The Starke and his last charge In this sufficient number to require the I

j Day was his "brain child" and It was largely his energy and I county was the Cornlth Baptist Commissioners to call an election. .

siasm that put It over He was a member of the 1921 champlonlotball I Church. The petition stated: "We, the <

team of old Duval High and a member of the Jackson- He had preached In rural Bap- undersigned resident freeholders of I..:

journal's All-Time Duval All-Star team selected by fans a \ e ford Masonic- Lodge No. 35, near Bradford County, Florida, ask that

of years ago.Livingston t It'A ht I Starke. an annual tax be levied for the -

i> capable sports editor of the Jacksonville Journal j I Funeral services were held at the establishment and maintenance of .

ed the scene with an appraising eye and pronounced it good. I Beulah Baptist Church near Doth a public hospital at Starke; that ,t

:ng his entire column "Locker Room Lore" to a description of'' an on Thursday, Nov. 30, with Ute maximum amount of money

'nt. Livingston said: "Starke's Sports Memorial Day was a fine 1 ft.<<>v. A. D. Zbinden of Dothan and proposed to be expended In purchasing .'

lion and the city Is to be complimented for holding it." F:. E, Henry of Cottonwood, Ala.., such hospital be $135,000.

rke Mayor J. R. Wainwright who made the welcoming address, officiating. Interment was In the and that a tax not to exceed B

own seated with Don Veller head coach of the Florida State 1 church cemetery and Masonic rites mills on the dollar be levied for
were administered at the grave. the purchase., maintenance, and
who the
rsity Seminoles came through past football season with
record- -undefeated and untied. i Rev Barnes Is survived by his support of such hospital as provided
widow, Mrs Dillle Barnes of Do- by law; that a special elec-
far right Is seen Bradford County Sheriff P. D. Reddish, a .
| than: one son, Alex Barnes of tion be called and held as provided
>r of one of one Midget League teams, with a well-filled plate Starke
and one daughter, Mrs.Addle by law on the question of such
''lecue. Hughea of Dothan route hospital"
nter row left to right: yI four; also 22 grandchildren' and I I

mold Flnnefrock, sports editor of the Florida Times-Union, who I 19 great grandchildren. ,I Methodists HaveGround.Breaking
ill-voted an entire column of his "Fanning with Finney" to a I

g account of Starke's Sports Day. Said Flnnefrock: "The I

mires city and county officials, and citizens of Starke are I _y Tornadoes Won For New ChurchAn

congratulated on the success of the affair, the first to our I U ; C'

edge( ever held to honor outstanding sports figures In the ;jr Impressive groundbreaking;

nter scene shows Taylor, his old frf->nd. Judge E. K. ( State'1) r J : r No Titles But ceremony for the building of the

nan and Taylor's eon, Edd, of the Orlando Sentinel sports ; new First Methodist Church In
'nt as they passed down the chow line. Perryman was all-
t' Starke took place Tuesday morn-
>teher In the South Atlantic League In 1919, the same year Played Good Ball
Ing with a large group of officials
"jjlor was selected as all-star catcher. ee

far right center is Everett Load hoi tz, Bradford County warn I and church members present. Dr.
who had the distinction of winning nine bronze stars in W.. d: I The 1950 Tornado football team Shuler Peels, District Superintendent

War IL ," ,L -w.t:' I dr d, set no' records and won no championship of the Gainesville District of
but It did break Uttle
m left: Senator Charley E. Johns Is seen as he stood t9 add his av a the Methodist Church, sptfke brief .
better than even In the overall win
ie to the dftlneuinjiod t y ltors. and led In of
and loss column with a count of ly prayer dedication
irles Hardy, finance officer of Poet 56, emlles happily becausenerous f
trrr 8-4-1. fcf.' after' he turned the first ,
donations of Starke merchants and individuals enabled ? % '
The Bradford boys got off to a shovel of dirt. He was followed
glen to stage the .barbecue without undue strain on the treas- rather slow
start this and t
I year by the pastor of the church Rev.
ended up the some
way. They
i < "nter Jimmy Hazen, captain of one of the Midget Ill lost two of their first .three games T. 0 Mitchell

jean pl'eB" thlg,Taylor with two tickets to the Gator Bowl ; and out of the last throe, didn't i Others taking part In the ground
N"iw Year's Day. Doyle E. Conner, newly elected Repre- win any, but tied one of the three. I breaking ceremonies included .

s, 'i'' the !State' Legislature, looks on approvingly The Tornndons played<< their best Mrs. L A. Davis chairman of the

far lower right is Frank Wright, executive assistant to Gov- / ,, 45 r: bnll In the middle of the season i Building Committee; W H. Noll-
Full ./ Warren, who did l an outstanding job as master of cere- '5tL before Injuries set In. The two I man, chairman of the Construction

< With his ready wit, keen sense of timing, and knowledge a t / / 4' losses at the' season's outset could I Committee; Mrs. Titus Olson,

rtwlom facts and figures Wright was a natural for the m. c, 'have been victories for BUS with president 'of the Woman's Societyof

and, 'ontributed much to the success of the event. He praised ; ,. the help of a few all-important Christian Service; C. H. Nas-
r worthy, chairman of the Finance
8 And ((11I01'. second ,
IS band highly for its fine musical program during the aervriud Committee Russell
), the last of the season could ; Seymour
have been victorious too without Church architect form Jackson
few of the Legion Midgets, who were high-ranking among the Injuries to ville; B. F. Hall, supervisor of ,
key players
guests! present, are shown across the bottom of photo Follow. i Harold Hazelwood, line coach,.' construction; W, B. Sewell, superintendent f .

e dinner the Midgets played exhibition games on the lighted, ",'.' 1. Is due a lot of credit for his hard of the Church School,

,rd Park field. .I !1 work and much patience In teaching Carl Johns, Mrs. F. H. Long Ma-
addition to those named above, the guest list included: Frank i. \ o and tutoring an inexperienced jor E. B. Matthews Mrs. E. K.

rhoudt. Lake City and Louis Onsnsky.! Daytona Beach, two bunch of linesmen, up from last Perryman, Mrs. T. G. Mitchell '
ers of the Fred Pettljohn, sports editor ., "A Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Miss\ Kate
Duval High 1921 team; ... .""-- year's B squad, to take over full-
asses Daily Democrat; Bob Lord sports writer Lake City Re- I time vamltv.--___" play. Kenneth __Tnhi_...__., Struth, L. A. Davis Mrs A. F.
FSU assistant coaches Charlie Armstrong and Bob Harbison; Edward Parker, Dan Wainwright Sauls, Mrs. Bertha Pearce Mrs.L. .

Publicity Director Ned West; Frank Reyes, Gainesville, area I Farmers Will Vote Saturday In Election I Factory MeetingThis and Billy Dansby were the only D. Green, Mrs. J. H. .Rltch.Mrs. ,
comr Santa To Bow linesmen left from last J. W. )Clncaid; Mr. L. D.
ian of Legion baseball; Madison Koontz, area Legion To Pick New Ag Program Committeemen year's varsity
and others.
; John Nicholson, past district commander; Wesley Carter, line, and Marvin Warren, co- many
of Tallahassee's Junior ball; Sam Lankford, University of I All farmers participating In the I I nominating committee are as follows Morning captain was moved from the backfield It Is estimated that the buildingwill

trainer: J. F. Nicholson, sports director Station WTMC Here Next WeekFive Agricultural Conservation Program : : to end position during the require from five to six r

Verne Houlihan, outstanding baseball player of old Duval are urged to vote Saturday. E. L. Kelley, New River early season to help bolster the months for completion.
December 9, in the election of Leon Conner, Rt. 2. Starke, line. I
Sam Montsdeoca. members of the 1950 I An organization meeting of the
Oosterhoud and Fred
hundred bags of candy and, County Committeeman for 1951. N. J. Davis, Graham, Fifteen senior players graduateIn
F Gator spuad and others event, 2,500 suckers will be :ossed to excited These committeemen have charge L. L Dyal, Brooker, the Bradford County Development I June, led by Co-captains Jack Cage Season
A Bishop, Jr., who( was co-chairman with Thomas of the children when Santa Claus I of administering the AC Program E. A. Galney, Brooker, Enterprises: Inc., will be held this Hazen and Marvin Warren. Of

1. J. Thomas, Jr.. Commander of Post 56 who sponsored the parades through Starke Friday In Bradford County and supervising Maurice Edwards, Jr., Starke, morning (Friday) at 9:30: o'clockIn I the 11 boys In the starting line

anon. express their deep appreciation to all who contributed afternoon Dec 15. the distribution of various Clyde Hersey, Theressa, the county courthouse, up, 9 will be missing next Septem

effort' money and materials to make this first Sports Memorial Mrs. Marian Howe, executive acreage allotments and Marketing Z. W. Hamilton, Brook'r, The meeting was announced by 'ber. Edward: Parker, tackle, will Opens 15th

'Jch a rousing success. secretary of the Starke Chamberof Programs. James Rosier, Lawtey, be on the line, and only Carl
Commerce said yesterday that Every farmer eligible to vote J. P. Wyrick, Lawtey. Guy Andrews, temporary chair. Johns, of this year's back field, will
plans Indicated that this thould make and effort to cast a The polling places will be at man, who stated that the charterfor be running again for the scarlet With PalatkaBasketball

Coy Death Termed Heart Attack; ,'season's present will be the largest Christ ballot for the men he thinks are Starke In the county court house the corporation has been approved and gray.

mas parade ever held In Starke. best qualified to serve for 1991 and at'Brooker In the community by Secretary'of State K. A, The Tornadoes were In good season will open next

The high school band will fur. Ten names appear on the ballot center. The polls will be opened Gray and that everything Is In physical condition this year, evidenced Friday Dec. 13, when the BUSboys

e of Stricken Man Is Recoveringper fish music for the occasion and among selected by a nominating commit. from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Every readiness to proceed with the or by the fact that some boys and girls meet Palatka cagen
the organizations cooperating -I tee which was appointed by the eligible farmer is urged to cast his played several games, offensivelyand In the Starke armory-first game
are the American Legion. 'present County Committee After ballot at either one of these places ganization. defensively without substltutlon set for 1:30.Following: .
ten listed on the ballot I so that each farmer will have apart Th. corporation Is being formedfor Kenneth Johns. Is
R. McCoy, 66, who was yet undetermined causes. She was Lions Club Elks Club, Rotary the names namely the schedule as announced
dead In a motor court near rushed to the Glendale Hospital In Club, Boy Scouts, city and county are some blank spaces where each In choosing the committee tc the purpose .constructing a tackle, playing hard bal. all year; yesterday by Coach James

ienduy of last week, "ap- Palatka and plared under an oxy police, Fire Department, Salvation voter may write In the names of administer the program next year. building to be used by the Siceloff / I Billy Booth, guard, good on of Hobbs: :
''V died of occlu- tent. Hospital attaches told Army, Junior Woman's Club, other farmers If he so desires. The The 1030 PMA Committee has Manufacturing Co., of Lexington fenaa and dependable on defense; Dec. 19: Palatka, here;
coronary gen
"corcling to the death certified the Telegraph yesterday that she baseball teams. PTA, Chamber of AC Program Is a program foi been composed of James Rosier, N. C., in establishing a'' Jack Hazen, quarterback, who Dec. 22. Lake Butler, here;
by local was "getting along line" however Commerce Womans Club and farmers and Is administered by chairman; L. L. Dyal, vice-chair' branch work clothe. factory here. played a bang-up game on offense Jan. 2. Ketterllnus, here;
a physician
f't\\ with the Bradford Health but did not remember any merchants. Local automobile dealers farmer commltt'men all over the man; C. E. Andrew., member; N D. C. Slceloff.' president of the 1 and finished his playing career In Jan 3, New Smyrna, there; .

sent this week. The dean 'Incidents surrounding the deathof will\ enter their new 1951 United States. J. Davis, 1st Alternate and Z. W company, will be In Starke today I high school by being the best line Jan 9, P. K. Yonge, Gainesville; '

"> had a history of car- her husband and her own con models In the procession. The ten men selected by the Hamilton 2nd alternate. and will attend the meeting. Mr. backer seen In action here duringthe Jan 12. New Smyrna, here;

p ubls for two or three years, dition. Mrs. Howe stated that the parade Andrews said. season just closed; Carl Johns, Jan. 14, Ketterllnus, St..Augustine -
'alh doctor's broadcasts All Interested are urged: fullback, In the Seabreeze game, ;
certificate stated. On the basis of the local will be advertised by To Attend LegionMidWinter persons )
McCoy was found dead in'a' investigation and subsequent death over radio stations WJHP Intake Hours : to be present at the organization for his sterling performance, offensively Jan. 19. Wllllston. here;
I Meeting and defensively Billy Jan. 20, Deland, there
wbin late In the afternoon certificate satement. County Judge and WPDQ. Jacksonville, and meeting-especially those who I ;
the he did not have already subscribed to shares Dansby. the Palatka game, play. Jan. 23 (to be filled). here;
owner of said Gainesville.
the court went WRUF A, J, Thomas Jr.,
E. K. Perryman Commander
If he coroner' In- 811..1 .who are listed as original incorporators j I Ing offensive center defensive Jan. 26, Melrose, here;
hold a Welfare
wanted the accommo- i deem it necessary to According to annual custom Set By i Adjutant John M. Godwin Past '
'A for In the charter j end. Jan. 30, Callahan. here:
another day. His body the Chamber of W .M. Scruggs
i Inquest.Mr. augurated by Dlst. Commander I 2
n the Total points scored this year Feb. Lake Butler, there;
bath room, where he field worker for several years ago most Command A. L. Crosby,
Jr. Post
McCoy, a Commerce were 134 against 98 for the Feb. 3, Melrose, there
opposition ;
PPartntly will\ remain S. E. Sparks, lay member District GIRL SCOUT NEWS''
been stricken, a- Gas Co. of Starke business houses Jr., and other local Legionnaireswill
Natural out Feb. 6 Palatka
"]* hours the Hope Jack Hazen edged there;
Thursdays )
Wife was found earlier.unconsciousn Clarksburg, W. Va., was on a open all day on Christmas the last two for the 3 Welfare Board announces attend the Mid-Winter American Legion's Confer The Girl Scouts met Tuesday and I Carl Johns In Individual scoringby Feb. 8, P. K. Yonge. here; '

a Florida.len before that intake will be held In the Department booting A extra points.Here's Feb. 20, Wllllston, there; '
critical trip to this elected officers and leaders as follows
condition from business convenience of shoppers. ence to' be held In Sanford
I the scoring record: Feb. 23, Callahan there;
Stark office Thursday Patrol leader, Jane Brandt
every weekend. : ; I Feb. 24. Deland, here.

And Johns Selected As AII-Conference.1 Airpark Baptists morning from 9 until noon. These. ) Headquarters for the conferencewill Assistant Leader, Mary Henderson -! Tl,. P...<. T.lalf Coach Hobbs stated that the following -
Scribe, Patt Hobbs Assistant
; :
be the Mayfalr Inn but most *- out for basketball
J k Hazen of Galnesvlle was added To Start Revival new hour. were effective beginning ) business sessions will bit held Recorder, Julia Johnson; Flag:' !fa.*n 0 It 41IT boys are :
and of the
Kenneth Johns P. K Yonge 1 I i John It I Billy Dansby. Jack Hazen Fred-
dditlonal honors last Sat- as a conference member making -, Evangelist G. O. Lanter will begin Thursday. Dee. 1. In the Armory. In addition to reports Bearers, Ginger Jones and Marilyn Prevail a e It erick Conway Kenneth Conway
ftonnvtt a e II
by being named by East It an 8-team league a week's revival at the Airpark Persons having questions or i by State officers' and committee Cox; Playing Equipment, Glendai I I. Thomas It 1 Connie Clark Arthur Winkler, De.
tournament several national Underhill and Jane Cover, Parkar I 0 It
Conference this Sunday chairmen
: coaches to the The EFC basketball Baptist Church MiKaoPhlllppi It. lano Thomas Ocle McGee Earl
all-conference Squad was voted to be held In New morning at 11 o'clock. Ben-ice problems with regard to( old ag Legion figures will appear. The Girl Scouts have also decld-I' 1 0' Alvarez Marvin Warren Jimmie

Augustine (Ketterllnua) was Smyrna Beach In February for the will be held each evening at 7:30: assistance, aid to the blind or aid Registration will begin Saturday ed to attend the Santa Warren -0.- -1 Rowe bleed Lewis, Vernon Under
the conference second straight year. Final plans o'clock during the week. afternoon and the department rade on December 15 and will II III bill. Terry Keleher, Bobby Wig
''Han' champion. to dependent children may talk committee will meet throw candy and bubble to I
was Both wlll be announced later. L. O. executive gum gins Carl Johns, Gene Shaw Lamar .
!hs4 the same runner number up. of Johns was chosen as an all-con The pastor cordial Hemingway'l) with the worker In the local: officein that evening. A dance will follow the children. : The Tornadoes rushed the ball Crosby, Karl! ) Norman, Randall
an all- extends a these their metlng. Pat Hobbs, Scribe. (Continued to 8)
I but St. Augustine beat ference tackle, and Hazea public to attend. the courthouse on days. page Martin Billy Weldon.DECD .

In regular season play. conference quarterback.

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PACK TWOBradford yule Wednesday and Thursday of mothers Mrs. L. A. Mott and Mrs.O. Gainesville were visitors here Sun.I prlae blrthda\ -

this week. J. :Mott. GRAHAM Harry Eddy orPp III
Telegraph i day.Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. home I..oIlJI,
County Dinner of Mrs. Emma P. his
guests and parent
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Slkes T. S. Mann were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John John r.
Mr. and By McKlnnyMr. Eddy I
Hill last Sunday were I'
II. Kut h son, Larry, of Alachua were din- D. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw, Waldo
ESTABLISHED '8.7'E.' MATTHEWS.. OWN "- DITO* Mrs. Wm. R. Freund and sons, of ner guests o her parents, Mr. and of LaCrosse, Mrs Mary Thomas of Mr. and Mr lohn
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mrs. W. R. Hodges last Thursday Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. T. and Mrs. Jeff Davis, Basil visited M, and Mrs II

J"gbllllh.-.1 Evrry Friday: rffflBSShifc.aml. Entered as Secoo l CITY ELECTIONIn annual city election O Blocker and son, and Mrs. J. M. Rev. and Mrs Earl Willis and Shaw Mr. and Mrs A. I. Mann all and Betty Davis, and Mr and Sunday afternoon Lt..t
Starke, Fie. Blocker of Jacksonville Beach and Fe and Mlsae Mrs. J. E. Call attended a sur- Mr and
ClaM !Matter. at the Pat jj Shk Office at J. Anders was re-elected Mayor to children of Santa of the Ziff section. Mr <<:1arentt
Mrs. A H. Harley of Lawtey. and
and Alma Jean, Bobbie Joe Green and and Mrs. John Freeman and children Of
f nerve for the Incoming year Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Robinsonand Butler Mr. some time In Jacksonville with her dinner CalnlltiJ
"Tiki Parrlsh of Lake In Stark guests
1950 Nethera Mildred Mann were '
elected to the rrMr
MEMBER D B. Thomas was Mr. Miss who Is and
daughter, Dorothy Ann were dinner guests of Mr. and, Tuesday father, J. W. Lewis serious Starling Sunday 11:
Marshall. Mr.: Thomas business
office of City Markllee' on
and Mrs. Coleman ill.
tub*'rlpt.Ion$2.&U/ AnnuaU/OjQl: JW 9UM For Six MonUu has been serving the unexpired Raulerson, Benton Futch and Carl i Mrs. Evan Hodges last, Sunday.Mrs. Mary Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son ly Mrs. Alice Thomas, !Who spent I, Henry Osteen rt Pllnt
who Mrs. T. W. Markey In Gainesville shop !
reslgnd were
of H. L. Sasser Harry Pending
term ,
Edwards attended School week here, a
a Sunday visiting
the past returned -
Green, Mrs. E. J. Lewis Miss bII
L. H. Futch Mrs.
several months Saturday.The John Surrey
ago. I' ping
at the Brooker
without Mass Meeting Baptist Mae Lewis and Mrs. Alice Thomasof Musical Evangelists Rev. to her home In Jacksonville -'
was elected City Clerk opposition Church last Monday night. Saturday afternoon. Rev.
and Clark
Jacksonville friends
Shuford H. Clarence R. Belts, instrumentalists Crosby
and Sidney Mr. and Mrs J. B. of Fort and Mrs. Ohio III
Dye Mrs. Leander Parrish and son, will
and J. E. Wall, Jr., were relatives, of Union County and gospel singers! be In charee
C. Kelly Lauderdale and Mrs. C. S. Bohan- Herbert of Trenton visited Mr. services \
Dunnit? elected councilmen. They had nc fternoon. will be at the Baptist church Friday at the Crah&nl
Who non of Miami were visiting Miss Plnholster Mrs. G. and Mrs. T. W, Markey Thursday. (Church On
opposition. The unofficial vote Miss Lubedla Dec 8, at7:30: p. m. Everyone Sunday Dtc.
Enza Blanchard last Sunday. Mrs Ressle Carlton the 7:30
and Mrs. :
for Mayor was O. J. Anders 113 A. Gay and Mrs. E. J. Lewis WereIn Is cordially invited to be pres Mr. p m service her.
Dye and Mrs. Bohannon remained! Thursday In Gainesville a
the day sound
and his opponent H .C. }Harley 21 Gainesville Friday,atfernoon. ent. Don't miss this sacred con- spent picture In connot!
for longer visit with their sister Mr. and Mrs his
a of
Lewis In as guests nermon
Mae was
Miss Iva Everyone
Illustrated Editorial D. B..Thomaareeelved
(An ) In the Marshall race that be their father cert. S II 1
they may near Mike Tilghman. attend this
while his Jacksonville Saturday morning.Mrs. W Hodges Inspiring
113 votes oppo- Mr. and Mrs. Evan se !'litII1II
A .M. Blanchard, who la confined .
nent received 25.: L. H. Futch received Sara Drtgger of Lake Butler and family visited friends and relatives
to a convalescent home In Jackson
103 votes for clerk and for spent last weekend with Mr. In Palatka and Jacksonville
councilmen, Shuford received 91, yule and Mrs. T. W. Markey and at. last Thursday. e ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clol'nl6
Kelly 02 and Wall 103. Mrs. Joyce Futch and children, tended services held at New Hope Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry spent Established i
Use Mary Julia and Terry, were weekend.Mr. .
off Lodge Ofllrer ElectedThe Baptist Church last Sunday In Jacksonville with their
Lawtey Masonic Lodge, In In Jacksonville last Saturday and Mrs. Perry Gainey and fson-ln-law and daughter, Mr. and.

regular session laat Tuesday, elected Rev. add Mrs. A. E. Massey and baby of San Antonio, Texas, are Mrs. J. R. Crews.
the following officers to serve sons, were dinner guests of Mrs. visiting his mother, Mrs. H. P. Miss Marlene Taylor of Orange 7ZUJVANTATREAT

for the next year: Rachel Browning In the.Woodlown Gainey friends and relatives here Park spent last Friday with the

W. M.-O. J. Anders; S. W.-J. section laat Sunday. for a few days. Misses Frances and Helen Barry. O--

H. Monds;; J. W-S. C. Harley; Friends of Mr and Mrs. Ed A large number of people from Mrs. C. C. Deese and children of BRING us YOUR "lEA 1!
Treasurer--.Harry Wllkerson; Sec Carter will be interested to know here attended services held at Branford visited her parents Mr.
\ retary-H. C. Harley. that Mr. Carter confined to St. New Hope Baptist Church last and Mrs. O. W. Barry, Monday.
We Pit Barbecue All Meats
weekend. For
, The following. officers were ap- Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gainey and
pointed: We trust that she will soon be well Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott are the children of Paltaka were Sunday 25c Per Pound Complete
proud parents of a baby son
and at home again. Mr, and
3. D.-James Crawford; J. D. I I guests of her parents
. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomp I Nov. 30.Friends. Mrs. Gent Stokes. Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily!
1e -Paul Crawford; S S.-C. A. Mo :
of G. W. Davis ere glad
son oC Buffalo N. Y., are visiting
: Swain; J. S.-W. P. Kemp; Chap friends and relatives In the Lawtey that he Is home, after being con I Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Barry spent
; lain-D. B. Harley; Tyler-R. A. fined to Alachua County Hospitalfor Wednesday In Lacoochee with Mr. 3 Little PigsTempel

Grlffls. several days, and Is Improving and Mrs. Nathan Tlllls. I
Mrs. O. E. Green and daughters
The Lawtey City Council met In area.BROOKER rapidly.Mr. In Gaines- Ave., Between Bus Sta. &: School
and Mrs. J. A. Parker were spent Monday afternoon .
regular session Monday evening
H shopping In Gainesville Saturday. ville. sDire. .
December 4, with all members of
Baxter la spending
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman of ; Pitt
the Council present. After the By Iva Mae Lewis
reading of the minutes several bill -

were paid and then, the clerk announced
B. T. U. AftHorlatlonalMas
that /the deed to a lot of *
land to be used as City Dump had Meeting
A large crowd of people attend.
been received. The council has
ed our Baptist B. T. U. Assocla-
been trying for some time to secure > LOVETT'
tlonal Mass Meeting from all over
I a place for disposing of the .
the New River Association Monday
I trash and waste from Lawtey andre
evening with the Associatlonal
glad to announce the purchase
Training Union Director In charge,
of this tract. George L. Patton,

Ing City In Attorney his official, attended capacity.The. the. meet- Bro.The Harold service Gruff was is. opened with FLORIDA Prices Good ThroWh! Sat. Dec. 9th

At the edge of a cleared space, within a stone's throw two songs led by the Rev. J, E STARKE, -- ,

j of Highway 16 near Kingsley Lake, stands a pretty little moss WMU of the First Baptist Robinson of Lawtey, after which a -
draped oak tree. Snuggled at its foot is a clump of wild pal Church la observing Week-of- prayer was rendered by the Rev.
visible in the background is tiny pond literally Prayer this week with services In Hooker of. Pine Grove. Rev. Earl
metto, and a "
the various homes of the members.J. Willis gave the welcome address, $b.
covered with water lilies. DOLLS Value ONLY 9
! E. Wall, Jr., and children, then followed a ftlm-plctur titled, 14.98:
I That Is Nature's part of the picture-but unfortunately Man has visited relatives! In Lake City laat "Choose You This Day" which con-

added the finishing touch. And what a touch! Sunday.Mrs. sisted of themes for the comingnew

:. Around the base of the tree and extending almost to the lily pondIn C. R. Whitehead and Mrs.D. year. Rev. Johnnie Strick No. 2

the background Is a litter of'rubbish and garbage that no self-re B. Thomas .were attending to: land gave an inspiring message. KIM EVAPORATED can TropicalTOMATOE

pectlng pig would be found dead In. Obviously, some resident or residents business in Jacksonville Tuesday The benediction was given by Rev.

of Klngsley Lake must be using thle spot as a dumping ground afternoon of this week. Haines of Starke.

I Instead of burning or burying their trash as moat of the property Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jones and The church was beautifully dec.

owners in that area do. children of Green Cove Springs, orated with amber glade and MILK
a gift of the Gainesville
Rubbish dumped along any highway Is an eyesore and Is a violation were dinner guests of Mr and
I City Florists At the close of .the
of the law but It Is particularly objectionable when piled up to Mrs. Ed Durban last Sunday.Mr. service refreshments were served

mar an otherwise beautiful spot. The Klngaley Lake area Is certainlyone and Mrs. Harry Sasser are from a table decorated with a centerpiece -
of the moot eye-appealing In Florida, and this section of the state, visiting Mrs. Sasser's sister, Mrs. of yellow chrysanthemums -

where scenic attractions! are few and far between, can 111 afford to Louie Appleby, in Stuart. flanked with crystal candelabra -' TALL
I Cullen McSwain was attendingto '
I have one of Us beauty spots messed up like 'that. holding burgandy candles.
business In Fort Pierce several 3 23 10'
Verbal appeals to trash-dumpers aeem to do little good but perhaps days this week. Farewell PartyA CANS

I the above photograph, showing how their "work of art" looks Paul Dlnklna Jr., of Hastings, farewell party was given on
to others, may bring home a message that all the warnings and pleadings was vacationing at the home of 'uesday, November 14, at the Community : I I.
Center, !In honor of N.
so far failed to do. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
sTake G. Hayes, Jr., who had received
another good look at the picture. Dumper, and then Dlnklns, Sr., last week. '
Ills call to serve in the U. S. Army.
-for Cosh; stakes-rif you simply must dump your garbage/ Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Walters attended Hosts were Ralph Rogers. Lavernc n\J. 2J/j CAN STOKELY'S

somewhere, at least get behind the bushes where it won't be the District Conference of. Hodges, Mary Jo Green Helen.Barry RES59c
the Methodist church In Gaines.NOW'S 'COFFEE 33C
; seen from the highway. Carolyn Kelley, and Betty Ra- FRUIT COCKTAIL SUPER 3110
born. A large group of boys and

girls were present. They sure did
hate to see him leave. Everyone
wished him good luck and to return -

THE TIME TO TRADE Alabama.back here soon. He Is now in lb. i>v. 2 CAN .23C

...11 Club MeetingThe STRING BEANS 10e

regular 4-H Club meeting .

at was the held school Thursday house, Miss November Rosa and Id

boys and girls a film picture titled SUN-CLO

"More Time For Better Living"Mrs.

Dally gave a brief talk concerning OLEO23C BLEACH QT.I0c !
and wanting some of the
girls to join an Electricity Club.
Mrs. Dally also talked about the

many things that they could haveIf
they had electricity on their 4-H SWIFTS 3 LB. CAN

Club project. The small and large 39C
".H Club met together. Some of lb. SWIFTNING 79c
the small grades brought their 4-H
work to class to show the teacher.

They are all trying to make the

I Brooker P."Best-Better.T. A.regular MeetingThe P. T. A.meeting was held of Thurs-the & Mf t "rmu s'd

I o. 4 dRY school night cafttteila., November 30, In the 1CNIC5&W ;nn'HAMS

Home mothers elected to serve .I>:.4T ._

for the school year were Mrs.
Ernest Edwards Mrs. W E. Bingham -

Jr., Mrs. Robert Hlers. Mrs I
10 1
SHARE IN Earl Green Mrs. J. A. Williams ( ROAST ONIONS 3 LBS.

:Mrs Lonnie Parker, Mrs. J, W.
Kelley, Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins, .
OUR. SUCCESS'!' ATA Mrs L. A. Mott, Mrs. Grace Barry,
SRS Mrs. George Raborn, Mrs. Gene LB.37c 39C U.S.NO.I L Ot1POTATOES
yo Crosby, and Mrs. E. W. Hodges.The lib.

Greatest Dodge sales in history suggested expenditures presented 10
and Finance
by Budget S.
lower cost to I
mean you Committee were adopted.The .

Wave never had such sales a> In the 7//f i Christmas Party which will PORK CHOPS Ib. 55c
Y December 21, - -
be held Thursday
past few months I Never had so many _,e A FRESH GREENCABBAGE
can to sell-as Dodge production / / was discussed and the following
breaks all records I Ttmt's why Christmas Committee formed: lb. 5
can give you an eye-opening We/ Mrs. Earl Green Mrs. Ernest Ed- TENDER STEAK lb. - 69c
wards, Mrs. Walt, home room ,
mothers and all teachers.

Refreshments were served bj Breakfast Bacon lb. 49c
than Mrs. Whltten and her home room - FOODS
Today your present car will probably more FROZEN

cover the down payment on a great new Dodge Rib Brisket Stew lb. 39c ENGLISH

Liberal trade-In allowances will give you this value-packed Dodge: at PRICES SLASHED ON USED CARSI 'l or - DEVILEDI

the lowest total cost of any time Spend just:5 minutes with us w. have .law modal ...i..... Mitvwtibln andcawpM. PEAS
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... .. In CIFlarldal rerif r.nr.. Bradford Co..fr,
a holiday visit. lm 1..lt C rt. Bradford Co r.Klorldai .
I Dowllng last weekend and said W T. Granger recently.The o'clock Floyd awoke to find the was the proper thing to do. He !. (....1.'..... I. ........."'.
Life And Times Mr and Mrs. Herbert I'arrlHh they received a card from their Teen Age Club will have a house afire. He called Louise, they ; Is on our cradle roll now, also getsa Hubert C. Br.nn.l.en, Plaintiff, vs. Jay Heunace U. Lewis Jones, l't'-.IA::: Plaintiff, 'U.Ca. .
and .
Folks visited Mrs. Parrlsh't son Godfrey who Is a pilot at a weiner roast Saturday night Our soon had the fire under control gold star for attendance. We' Mlnnla Brennelaen, Defendant.Can* No. S16I ;. ?). tgs
River sister Notloo ToAppear.
eW Lazenby Mrs Everett (Melba Texas air field He told them little club Is steadily increasing In without disturbing any of the' these Order of Pnbllrmtoil And TKotlp To Order of. PiifcllraHon TATH Of And FI.OHIDA TO
,IrseleEgfi lA'e Moody) Lane In St. Petersburg that re was promoted to captain size and enthusiasm. Everyone Is neighbors. They then went to i are always glad to have Appear. S I'A'I'K 01" KI.OIUOA>> TOl JHV U ewln.. .. whose re.ld nra l"
On the way home they while little ones In Sunday School. We Minnie Brennelaen.I whore residence 3703/ 1-nlilwln Avenue Detroit,
stopped he Louise's Mrs. B. FFarlrcloths
was in Gainesville visit- Invited to come out to the New grandmother's and: address lm I'nknown: Michigan. :
:-;p-y'u: 'rHDarw by Floral City to visit an aunt ing them He and his wife planto River school house and be with and regained there had all present" yesterday who are You are required tft appear enDotember You Are required\ to appear, on
Mrs. Densll Thomas. I ISIh. 19BO, In the; above December Zdth, WO, In the abovenamed
Southerland and be home for Christmas. us. until they got their own home re enrolled. except two; had one visItor named Court anil cause, whereinplaintiff Court and raufta. wheraln

rg1nl,. smith of Lake But- Mr. and Mrs. Earnest William Earnle Southerland and Charley Stand by for a good "apple-nut" paired. Their young son, Wayne, and one new one enrolled, I Teloirraph eeeka dlvorcn.shall publish ITailfordCounty this of plaintiff' maiden Seeks name divorce Kradfnrd* restoration County
receiving congratulaVH of Madison visited Mr. and Mrs. Welch went fishing at Cow Creek. cake recipe next week. Its one was suffering from a severe cold, which la the baby Benjamin Anth- Order In neat four weekly) timuea.W Telegraph publish this' Or-
? marriage In Starke S. L. Crews last weekend. 80 miles from here, last Saturday Phyla Turner originated and her but it did not get any worse after ony Padgett who is just three at Starke linen*. ,mv Florida hand, and this official NovemberUth seal. ;d.'r In : .t.my four hnnd: weekly:and official l"*ueWltneiin ..seal

Dec 3. The cere- Wilbur Turner 13 now In Camp morning. When they came back, family have preferred It to fruitcake I the tire and exposure to the night weeks old. The Junior class has ,1860.OFFICIAL. at Htarke, Florida I this, November
place in Judge Perry-' Cook, Calif. Part of his outfit It three wash tubs wouldn't hold the. for several years. Roan says 1. air A few days ago the Bennett been selling Christmas carda to ( SHAD. A. J. Thomas 28 ml, 1550.OFFICIAAsSClrk. : S Thomas I''
"ok said
with only a few closes with him and the remainder is In catch of speckled trout! Now. if its far superior to any fruit cake restaurant in Baldwin caught fire buy Bibles, so each one can have fly Haven Aa Cronby Clerk. of Deputy Court.Clerk ( of aald Court.
trice present. They will live Ft. Warden Wash, but will soon they bite that way In Cow Creek and he wishes everyone could have I from a heater also. This was In a Bible to bring to class. Some of T. Frank. I...ml rum. Starke/ Florida.Atty fly Haven Crosby, I1IZt\..P"1'4t Clerk 12115R.
4t HS|
for 1'lf
in Lake ButlerLid join him. Joan, Wilbur's wife, what, would the two ole boys do one for Christmas dinner. This leone i a buck room and did not cause them do not have Bibles. We are *
patents IB released from hospl- who Is now living In Jacksonvillewas in Fish (eating) Creek down in way for them to get It-pub- I them to have to discontinue buui- trying to get Bibles for all. They I ]

and completely settled visiting her In-laws, the R. J. Glades County Anyway, they'rereal I lish her recipe. She promises to ness anyway. These overheated like to hunt the verses In the Bible TRANSFER
Icel nning, Ga, Then Mrs. Turners over the weekend. neighborly and we can say have It ready for next week. stoves are dangerous about settingfire and we want them to know how B. ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE COD

land will join him an
to be situated perma- days In Lakeland, Mulberry, Canal (salt water) fish. Hurry back Hope Haven again Sunday visiting of the beet to do so, therefore are doing our -. .'
> l : 'Wo
pe local
there Point and Ft. Pierce visiting Mrs. boys! M. L., Jr., who has recently under Mr. Nash attended the Teachers beat to help. These Bibles are to ;;: ) .. .4 operate 'I '
Llnnie Drake, Mr. and Mrs. H B Mr and Mrs. Will Andrews en- gone his thIrd' operation. It seems Association in Jacksonville last! be given at Christmas. Our own ..ss.. ::: '" A long distant I
L I'LANNED : Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borden Joyed their 55th wedding anniversary that he could almost straightenhis speaker really gave a wonderful need help, so we are doing our best ... A 8.AlYARU t'SON anywhere In U. S.

Christian and Mr. and Mrs A. D. Conner. recently with all their children arm out, but bringing it back Friday. He states the guest then we can help others.A MQvi' G'
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Long week's revival be- Leslie Sapp enjoyed the holidays grandchildren, and many wall what caused the trouble. The speaker really gave a wonderful card from our daughter Faye ) I --- EXCELLENT:
I I plans a 7:30 mL hunting in Gulf Hammock. nieces and nephews Mrs. Stella. doctors believe this is the last op- speechin spite of being a Ken- Strickland, announces the birth of e
lit p.
DM 31, Andrews and children of Miami eration. M. L. and the other patients O STOBAOK !
the fifth Sunwe Mrs. Lester Johns visited her tuckian. Well we Kentuckians arc a son, William Benton England
comes on the house will mother, Mrs. Mary Whitehead, in I' were here to enjoy the occasion will be on television Saturday people anyway, and know how to Jr., Nov. 27. Her relative and 'F :
hope i with the couple. Dec. 9, from 2 to 4 p. m. FACILITIES '
night Raiford Monday. Mrs Whitehead make a living the hard way also friends In this neighborhood will be ,
I to capacity every has been ill in bed for the past It Is understood that Mr. and I No one has a television set out our educations are really deserved glad to hear of Faye's new boy. Agents For t i

ek month. She Is now 84 years old.I I Mrs. Dunbar, who bought: the here but Floyd and Mana Wiggins, by most. When you have to Her address now. is Mrs. W B.

cold weather had different Mrs. Obey Moody Is recovering Pri'-Bt home, have sold It to some- so some of us will be visiting them \. ide snow for from H to two England, SID Martha Ave., Rt, S Delcher See first!
their oranges.. Red- from a recent gall bladder attack. one In Jacksonville.We They Invite the neighbors to miles, snow sometimes half wayto Florence, Alabama. Some will '
rewa ering and Miller Johns had She has been very sick and we are sorry to "now that Lacy "come over and enjoy It with us." your knees, slide on Ice- o probably like to send cards, so we Bros. --.r.--- -=a srr I

Setting theirs In before It are'all glad to hear of her improv- Johns Is on the sick list this week. They really get good reception. slick you can hardly stand, go to thought best to give her address.

I late Ing.Mrs. j'I Oscar Gibson Is in Camp Rucker school when your- feet and hands ,

Ida Merritt who has beend Reddish Andrews Is also Ala, In the Army. He states freeze, have to be bathed ;with ''''''4' ;

In Cedar Key on private sick with asthma. We hope all of that he Is not too favorably Impressed LONG BRANCH snow to keep from getting so sore 9'1
the paat eight our sick folks are up and around at present. ( you can't walk-well, the peopleIn l I
I duty {Cor soon. Miss Ida Mrrltt has been Florida think they have cold Give the Family a The Gift
L home now for a few days. busy By Mrs. J. L. Strickland i \
weather let's to Kentucky this
lied In Ocala and Jackson- The Pledger Johns' family were the last few days baking fruit
weekend.' visiting Mrs. Johns' mother, Mrs. cakes and setting out rose bushes. winter and see if we can find New of Life
|r the Last week Mr. Strickland was some cold weather, then we will Way *
Tnd Mrs. Bud Moody were N. A. Conner of Midway last Sun- Donnie Kite of Lake Butler Is called on to help repair Mr. and tunes. Supreme j
change our
jsvllla Tuesday at the stock day. Mrs. Conner has been sick now staying with his grandparents Mrs. Floyd Johns' dwelling wherea WITH A NEW MONEY-SAVING 1
Mrs. Harold Shiver and In bed for some time, but is now Mr. and Mrs. Ben Renfroe. Are had damaged it. During the We were glad to have Harry and

I of. that city came home up.Mr. Mrs. Myrtle Sapp of Raiford and severe cold they had a very hot Lillian Padgett back In Sunday Qualify, .
I mother Mrs. Moody, and and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of her son, Leonard, who Is in the fire all day went to bed leaving a School yesterday. They brought PHILCO FREEZER t ;( !
[ went to Jacksonville for Gainesville visited Mrs. Rhoda( Navy were visiting her slater Mrs.I hot fire in the heater. About 2 their young son with them, which ,

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PAGE!: FOUR Christmas Theme Frank
Miss Hazen HostessTo Dahmer

Miss Inez Green Auxiliary Formed Jr. Woman's Club IntermediatesMiss Will Feature To Appear

1 o Wed Mr. CrayOn For Lions ClubAn Plans To Fill Baskets Marcia Hazen was hostess PTA Meeting On TV Program TOday

:1 December 16rrs of the Lion Club Christmas old Intermediategirls and
auxiliary to the 14 year Christmas songs playlets Friends ot, pc,, ,,,
' was organized Monday night In The Junior Woman's Club rag of the Baptist Church Monday portraying Christmas in foreign of Mr. and MI, i. ", J1ahll11 1 '

i \ the Lions Den. All wives, slate ular meeting wan held in the club evening. countries will be the highlight of be interest, i t )""".'I

f Ai # r or mothers of Lion members are building Monday evening, Dec. 4. The business meeting was calledto the PTA meeting to be held Tuesday will appeal ? 'ietku

I eligible for membership. The meeting was called to order order by the vice-president,, evening at 7:30( o'clock in the television pI,, ,1"IIh, 'n 1 ;

i Offkej Office of the new auxiliary by the president, Mrs D. L. Thom I Martha Landrum, minutes were BHS cafeteria. Taking part In the this afternoo, 'jfIISt, e p

j were selected and a constitution as. Mrs. Thomas was unanimously Marcia Hazen, secretary,,, program will be pupils of the third .t))1$
I'bolle 29 I read by Frank ,is, ,
j was voted upon. Lilian Bishop was elected president by the executive -I' and the treasurer's report was and seventh grades. dance student I Ilh'mlllnC, i

__ .I" elected president, Gladys Hobbs board at their last meeting ,I given by Pauline Gay. The public is cordially invited to on several U'd' I\ft.\ a
Methodist WSCS vice president; Norma Curry, recording held on Nov. 29 to fill the un-,I After the business meeting refreshments attend. villa recently progra, 1at,
Turner-Anderson secretary' ; Ruby John, expired term previously held by the
L. A. Canova chargeof
were Mrs.
11 Bazaar And SupperSet +) corresponding secretary; Elizabeth Mrs. H. H. Adams. .
Wedding Is Set treasurer Marjorie Dow -i A letter was read to the members hostess assisted by her the program also chairman of Service Officer
24thMr. For Today ; Arthur Murray Mrs. V. V. Hazen, to the seven committee.
from the publication
For ing, tall twister; Ted Johns, Pat dance studios encouraging the club members present and their teacher Is Here TodayJohn
W Jackson and Wilma Kronenberg
sales Indicate
Advance ticket
J. L. Anderson, ar- adult dancing clans Mrs. Princess Flgert.
and of DI. to sponsor an Phi
were elected to the Board Beta Sigma S Cook
nounce the approaching marrlag that a record crowd will attend In the club building tI was votedto Service Assistant'
rectors. Officer
of their daughter, Janet to Robert the ChrIstmas bazaar and turke; .' have an Instructor come and St. Mark's AuxiliaryMembers The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will: Friday will be IJI S'
and \ ," The auxiliary will meet once a the morning o P1( u
V. Turner, son of R. V. Turner supper to be held in the Metho present a sample lesson to meet with Mrs. Eddie Hartmannon 8:30
: until 11' J
Lions Den and the 30
The mat month In the of the St. Mark's Episcopal for the
late Mrs. Turner. on Friday club. ,
the list educational building North Temple avenue Monday
In the I next meeting will be January 18 e at Year's Eve dance was will hold their reg of assisting all veteflan\
New Auxiliary
be performed beheld The or
will The bazaar will 8 oclock !
rlage Dec. 8. evening, Dee 11, at dents with
8 m. will be serve A. Torode and social any claim J
Starke's Woman's club, Decembe and wil p. Supper discussed and Mrs. dohn ularmonthly business (for
with Rev. Thoma from 2 to 10 p.m. The local Lionesses are Invite out tickets for. the members meeting In the Parish House Mon', The meeting wlll.be in a form ofa to which the ma b, nUlllQ, I
5:30 m.
24, at : p. of handwork gave
wide variety
reading the nuptials.No feature a to meet tho Jacksonville Leone: to sell. The dance will be held in day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Chrlstmast party and all members cause of mllltarv sender
Mitchell and decorations
invitations are being sent, Christmas corsages"Parcel Post Club on December 12 at 12 noon the USO building on Saturday Mattie Gahagan and Mrs. Frank are reminded to bring giftsto I He will be located r the oft, I
a surprise for luncheon In the Seminole Hotel being furnished by for the be sent to inmates of Chatta- County Service Officer
but all friends and relatives of the and Christmas books foe Mrs. Marvin James Green announces Dec. 30, music Hoover wllj be hostesses A
Sale Thomas
The ,
to at Roberts and orchestra. hoochee.
invited the and Carl
are engagement approaching evening.
couple ,
young adults and children, potted plants and'eservations
tend. ,'and "Children's Corner" with marriage of her daughter Baptist Primaries tickets are $2.50 per couple $1. ,
a tables are
Inez Jane, to Harold] Lloy
books, toys, and candles. Pie and Plan Yule PartyThe be made by
of Mrs. Viola oFupilo Reservations may
Bray son Gray
Birthday PartyOn coffee will be served in the after Ark. calling Mrs. Torode. Not This.. Km THIS Will Save You
Baptist prlmar;
weekly 24c to help More
member M
noon. Each gave
Thursday, Nov. 30, from 3 The wedding will\ take place class; teacher's meeting! was held, baskets and to the Christmas w
promises fill
Mrs. R. E. Jones honored The turkey supper December 16, 8 m. In the church
to 4 p.m. at p. Tuesday afternoon at the asked to take a toy to the
finest suppers were
I her son Terry with a birthday be one of served.the Mrs. Titus Ol- home of the bride's uncle and under the direction of Mrs. Ton home of Mrs. Merry Beth Smith, illr

, party. ever lunt, Mr. and Mrs C. A. Grtffis o' Harding. chairman of the Christmas "
The Is
Mrs. R. E. Jones, Jr., Mrs. R. L, son is general chairman. Starke. who basketsare
, and Plans were made for the annua basket committee. Two q
Flakes assisted will be $1 for adults POLICY
Morgan and Mrs. Ed serving Ice price children (8 and under). Miss Green, a graduate of BHS primary class Christmas party; to be filled, to be deliveredto a ft AP' PRICE
In 50c for
the hostess from In the class of 1949, has been ar which will be: held in the recreation needy families.
cream cake and popcorn to the 25 The supper will be served bo employee of the Starke Telephone room next Wednesday afternoon The business meeting being .l
will\ -
little guests. S to 8 p.m. and tickets 2o., for the past 15 months. at 3 o'clock.Attending completed the program was turn- 1-- Store\vide
available] at the door. Special Richard Fowler.
in the, the were;: ed over to .Mrs.
be Mr. Gray who is serving meeting
TURKEY SHOOT at Keystone Christmas music features to will t'J. S. Navy, Is stationed in Jack Mrs. James Seymour Mrs. L. E. Poem jingles were given to each ------q-- ""tow Prices on
Co., Saturday, the supper were
Height Lumber enjoyed during lonville. Dugger, Mrs. Victor Lamb, Mrs member to finish and prizes
Dec. 9, :9 f. M. Include Instrumental numbers by Swell Lawson, Mrs. Paul Raymond awarded to the two prize winners, e.da1

i special ensemble composed of and Mrs. J. E. Hlldebran. Mrs. Al. K. Carlisle and Mrs. A. A F w Hundreds oi Items
Louise Stern
members of the Bradford High Miss H. Harley, Jr.

School Band under the direction Will Present Delicious refreshments were served WetlEJif

PHONE 218 of Carl Roberts; vocal selections Ladies Auxiliarys by the hostess committee at 01' Every Day. ; instead !

NIAIFLORIST" ] by Mr. and Mrs. O. S.i 'upils In RecitalMiss Entertained the conclusion of the,, business and '" 'eekendI.Jl'u
: ,
Hutto or
Miss QarnltfL oI/iBt.i" oneway
i Newcomb, Louise Stern will present program. + few
,and Miss Sharon Hall and piano Mrs J. M.Mitchell and Mrs. V. S.'St. oUu.l.
her pupils in a recital at the '
'anuslo by Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Voman's Club, Friday evening, John entertained members of Doris Knight Circle ""special"

I The entire proceeds of the ba- Dec." 13, at 7:30: o'clock. i the Ladles Auxiliary of the First Met Tuesday NightThe \ guaranteed
will go Into the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday f prices< are
taar and supper Those to be heard at this time I 28, the home'of i Advertised though mar..
Nov. at
Fund for the new Methodist evening Circle of the week even ...
Building Doris Knight 1
FLOWERSFOR vlll\ be Tommy Andrews Jlmmj he former on West Madison St. for one
Church. lunch Suzanne Judd> Billy\ Dowlng First Baptist Church met Tuesday 5' : up.
Due to the Illness of the presl- prices go 1s
ALL OCCASIONS Ann Long, Chuck Shepherd night in the educational L
Mary dent, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, the helps our
RobinsonWalkerA Glenda Starling, Teresa Col- meeting was called to order by building .with its leader, Mrs. T. r believe this policy .

ion, Barbara Ann Tompkins, Mary he vice president, Mrs W. A. K. McClane, presiding.Mrs. \\ket care more money.Whiz
wedding of Interest in Florida -I Catherine: Wainwright Shl Anne in E. C. Mann Jr., gave a ,
) 'of Hern. Mrs Jante Avery was marked on
(i and Kentucky was that Smith, Bill Green, George Patten,, charge of the devotions which Included very Interesting devotional on the the correct price cash
Walker, only daughter for Spreading the ; itemized
Mia LoIs of lob Smith, Carol Ann Plckett Lu a reading of "The Day I topic "Wings Phue an
and Mrs. W. M. Walker every item whetregister
jf Mr. Jreen; Eloise Dobbs Jacqueline Sospel. know
to Live.
DISH GARDENS to Frank Robinson III. Began short business session was slip you
JmaUlla.[ Barker Mary Sue Epperson Mary Mrs. E. M. Davis read a letter A

POTTERYPOTTED only son of Rev. and Mrs. Frank The livers Stubbins, Nancy DuPre, rom Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, mls- onducted, and preparation for a you i save at A&P.
Robinson Jr., of Umatilla. Linda Johns, Ann Johns, Patty Christmas basket was made. Mrs. ThurfFamou
in Yucatan, and a timely guarantied
PLANTS eremony; November was performed 24 in the at First 8 p. Lawson, Lex Green, Jr., and Allele. article on Korea for her program. M. A. Knight chairmen gave the menu for and the Cus I o III crs'Corner (Prices choice,.u.her. .dn..d rD.c.J3)
on .lawson. appointed
m. the 1Dec.1h
conducted J
ire K. G. Duncan
FLOWERS Methodist Church of relatives and friends Brotherhood Supper. Special In order
All parents, quiz.[ three to give you the utmost
have many'Herds rendered by
The Robinsons" of the pupils are cordially invited The chairman announced the music was in quick convenient
Robinson being a from the youth choir.
Nona St Stark) I here, Mr. to attend Christmas party to .be held at the young ladles and. satisfying shopping
former pastor of the Starke. Meth. home of Mrs. Stern on December Mrs. J. A. Griffin was program have extended) lelf- ervice we .For>V.fue
assisted by Mrs. to
and was
diet Church.Koch's Anne Matthews 12, with Mrs. C. C. Wynn' acting as halrman lark: Mrs. Landrum, Mrs. Llnsln, most of the departments in v "Super-Right" Meats
lanta Clnus. Mrs. W.'A. Bonham
Celebrates; Birthday' r vlll have charge of devotions. Urs. Seymour, Mrs. Burton, Mrs. your A&P. f
and Mrs. Wiggins. But that doesn't
W. J. mean that
Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. OSCAR MAYER
Store The Matthews home on Eighth Chandler will furnish flowers for Topic for discussion was "Wings when you come to A&P. Bacon Squares lb. 35c

Drug street was the setting for a gay he church during December. for' Speeding the Light. The you're "on your own." 4 _

birthday party last Friday after- served by meeting closed with prayer by The large ..! VMKIKI.I, FANCY

"CUT; RATE DRUGS": -t''Ittttll'' noon when Mr. and Mrs. E. L. the Refreshments hostesses during were the social Irs. S. E. Sparks. Hostesses for shall in your,super useU-tratned market Sliced Bacon, lb. 59c
second Whitehead
entertained the Mrs.
Matthews: he meeting were
SANTA CLAUS'SHEADQUARTERS rade class and a few other seven hour, I .Irs.. Seymour and Mrs. Devrick. 'are anxious to give you all IIII'l\ITFIEI.n) FULLY COOKED
'fJ year old friends of their daughter, the help, guidance and in. Whole Hams, lb. 63c

yC1IILDREN'S I Ii inns, who was, celebrating her I fWA Meeting friendship Class dividual attention you need. .
For .
instance .
seventh birthday anniversary. Has African ThemeThe if you can't

i Christmas decorations were used To f Meet MondayThe find a particular item or department -

r- throughout the Matthews home YWA group of the Baptist Bible Class of don't hesitate to

Christmas tree Inthe Church! held a study course, taught Friendship ask for it. And if want F1.\JJTERN RED
DOL L .S nth a lighted Church will you a .45c
dining room. During the by Miss Lois Wells In the recreation he First Presbyterian business meeting special cut of meat, ask for Rome Apples, 5 lb. ctn.
OVERNIGHT Of All Different afternoon a bean guessing contest room of the church Monday told donday.its Dec. 11, at 7:30: p. m. at'the that too. Western Pears lb 17c

and a ball bouncing game were venlng., home of Mrs. Janie Avery on We will welcome any sug.gestiona Anjous ,
CASE Nations played and winners were present. "So This la Africa" was the are I
and all mem- ; Walnut Street. All members you may have that .. 'RfiE CRISP IIEADIIwilllaelpu.makuel.erl1lce
ed 1 with packages of note paper heme of the meeting to be present as this is the Lettuce 2 for 29c
The irged Iceberg -
$1.49 $2,98 The dining table and refreshnents bera came In African costume. was nut meeting of the year and annual mean better service to you. -
costume prize
carried the green and red lost original reports and election of of- 2 lb. -9eGrapefruit
CUSTOMER Yellow Onions -
color scheme. A beautiful birth- ron by Miss Sue Biggs. leers will be on the program. A RELATIONS ,

day cake was fashioned in the Before the study course a buffet -. dinner will also be served.< urkey 3
Mrs. Edmund .
Ladies Children59c iced tn supper was served by A&P Food -
Billfolds for Men, shape of a Christmas tree, Stores
Tenly,assisted by Mrs.Clyde. Brand Shoes
and decorated with red See the Star 420
green Lexington 49c
$8.95 Priest. at Avenue Apples 5 lb. ctn. -
to birthday with the red in for the whole family ,
scrlptlon candles'Happy Birthday, Anne.'" The next meeting will be. held at STUMP'S. New York 17, N. Y. -
I of Miss: Carolyn Ed .MICY FLORIDA
the home
Favors were in the shape of little t 19c
theW.. M Oranges Ib. bag -
ward's grandparents
RONSON TWO Santas filled with Christmas can
ti j r dy. Green punch with red chef Edwards, on West Call Street, 34c -
t Ion Flour 5 bag -:
LIGHTERS / BIG rles further carried out the color Dec. 18.Local. ..

$6.95 .: BARGAINCOUNTERS Helping Anne celebrate the oc SongstersIn Milk . 2 tall cans 23c Kraft a 0.. PKG. 16c

caslon besides her little friend 'Messiah' Cream Cheese, _

i were her maternal grandparent, F.1CIIT O'CLOCK

And Vp 1 Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, Members of the Starke Musical* Coffee, 1 Ib. bag . 75c A&P Tub Butter, Ib. 72

50c and her paternal grandparent Invitation to music lov,
extend ,
ALL ST ST Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. ers to an attend the Messiah being sra>s G Nectar Tea, 1-4 lb. pkg. 27c Longhorn Cheese, mild lb 49c

DESIGNS 9 and $1.00 Assisting Mrs. Matthews in servIng presented Sunday evening at 7:3: (

were her sister, Miss Madg< I o'clock in the University of Florida MtNAta'S4U ('IPHFIL'S:: FRKSH: CHEESE 45c

TOYS & GIFTS FOR ALL Mlddleton and daughter, Mar; Gymnasium. \[ ilttt0108A 0 Bean Soup, no. 1 can 13c Wis. Cheddar, lb. .

Agnes. The program Is being presentedby ,, _--
VY P.UH'J 10% 0. eu
"ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER" the Philharmonic' Society and ono. Tomato Soup 3 for 29c .witttttalt. tlttsSal. --
WSCS Meeting the University of Florida division, :

of music with the chorus being SLICES JANE, PiHKFB TRi1r1Pineapple
1 LB. CANDY At Smith Home composed by students and faculty 2/4 23c 3Jc
$12.00 from Ala. no. can Jelly Roll, 11 oz. ea. _
WSCS Circle 3 met at the home

LAMPS .Only 79cBnUful I of Mrs. Hogan Smith Monday chua. Union and Bradford Coun. The tobacco barn package WAHWKK CANDYChocolate JANE PAHKF.nSugared -, 20c
from Cherries lb. box 49c doz.
afternoon with Mrs. Robert Green ties. Those participating Donuts, _
cohostess. Starke are Mrs. Raymond Howe,,, brings you high-quality, high-
serving as Robert Mrs. I. N. Ivory med. bar 9c 19 0Z 4
Mrs. T. H. Slade presided over Mrs. Young seed. Soap, Sweet Potato Pie,
Breazeale Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. yielding
the business meeting at which time
{l. further plans were made for the Miss June Patel and Mrs. Alice Ivory Soap, Ige. bar 15c JAR PARK R. 49c
McNalr FarmsMcNair's 8 in. ea. -
bazaar to be held Dec. 8 in the Kaufman. Grown on Apple Pie

educational building. lb. pkg. 24c JANE PARKER CHERRY 20c
Mrs1. E. L. Matthews had charge St. Edward.sHall By Turn Overs 3 for -

I of the program and presented Mrs Scene Of ReceptionSt. 'PIIORTK'M'MfJ ,

Thomas Mitchell who gave an interesting -. Crisco, 3 lb. can . 91c U'I'F1: PARKER PKO .f a 19c
; talk on Christmas bringing Edward's recreation hall was Jelly Donut Fingers -

and Different JUST RECEIVED: out the Idea of keeping Chris) the scene of a lovely reception Sat *otpy men ___

ONLY A LARpE SUPPLY OF Iin Christmas n eking the celebration urday evening welcomning FatherW. Yield-Tested Seed Lux Flakes, Ige. pkg. 30c : v.,.._

s a Holy Day instead of a bolt H. Newhouse to the pariah. : : "

i $5.95 IIOLLINCS ORTli'SWHILE !I day. Mrs.the J.program R. Wainwright. with prayer concluded The Edward's affair Auxiliary.was In charge of the St. I CompanyLAURINGBURG Lifebuoy Soap, bath. bar 13c SWIFTSJewel! Oil 32c III IIIiwan's

CHOCOLATES I The hostesses served a dessert Delicious refreshments were Soap Ige. bar 15c pint -
hour tc N. C.
the social ,
course during from beautifully appoint.
served a I SWIFTS! SHORTJIIXOSwiftning : O"IC

the members present and visitor,, ed table which was overlaid with, Rinso, ge. pkg. . 30c 3 lb. can y-_ ___
Crowson.KiteFillyaw with
Mrs. Claude a lace cloth and centered an I
Come in And Use Our Lay-Away Plan arrang.ment of yellow chrysan- Sold By "',0 ALSO .tRWOCR STAR 47c

themums. Mrs. Odgen Bates pour-I Surf, Ige. pkg. . 30c Treet, 12 oz. can__romAiaSi

ed coffee from a silver service and W. W. ROBERTS
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kite announce was assisted In serving by Mrs. S.

STORE the engagement of their E. Simmons and Mrs. H. L. Mor WORTHINGTON, FLA. St.
laughter Wilma Juanlta, to Herbert can.I 300 East

Lee Flllyaw a'-the State Mrs. Edward Charbonneau sang I Colson
FREE DELIVERY Farm, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.I several selecUona during the even- G. Starke FloridaEvtlr
I'' U Ii I-I Flllyaw of Lake Butler. Ing. I I Brooker, Fla. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.

Phone 53 Night 273-W The wedding will take place dur- neighbor, he knows"the i i"AIIIk nail Co...., Ceyr/gatN, 1SSODE. _
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B. T. Thomas D. L,, Thomas Delegates from the Starke Business I Mrs. S. R. Johns, Sr., returned' :
1:1 1:1Y
and Laverne Outlaw plan to go and Professional Woman' to her home last week after a'I :

hunting at the Ocala National Forest Club attended a meeting In Hawthorne month's visit with her son-tn-law

this weekend. Friday of last week to help and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. N.. Cl1RIS' N1 UARTEts:1

See our selection of Towel. organize a BYP club there. Those Christy In Valdosta Ga. I Y UR

Pillow Cases, Table Cloths, attending were Mrs. Janie Avery, Renl Bargains In Children'sCoats

N 'I'H i EV95p / and Bed Spreads to complete Mrs! Pauline Torode, Miss Pal at STUMP'S. Budget Plan
Lamb, Mrs. Mildred Doyle and Margaret Rose Ducan willupend Use Our
.. r your Christmas list, at .
Mrs. the weekend In Gainesville
--- Raymond Howe. .
STU\IP'S.: I -
Jr., of A*- Mr and lira. J. S. Sapp have Mr One rack of *ult., $15, at Leila's visiting her cousin Sue Duncan. ANOTHER DENMARK
p F strong. and Mrs C. J. Cruce and Friends of Mrs. Joe Martinez will Kneehole I Desks
sold their Chests
.or >r Mr, and Mrs farm on the Raiford family of Galnrsxllle were Drew Mioj>|>e.Mrs. Cedar t
Sunday be
a road to their glad to hear she Is getting along -
is stat son, J. C.
this city Sapp, and J. E. Hildebran attendedthe
t of
guests Mr. 'Vvw
and Mrs.
:/f'1' E. E. Hendernon. : fine :
after her operation at St.Luke's
the Seabee base on have purchased and moved Into the I Homemakers class in the For IlfSB.VND or CHILDREN

Island '-a\lt\ awaiting too R. V. Alvarez home at the cornerof Mr. and Mrs. L. Whitehead I Brentwood Baptist Church, Jack- hospital In Jacksonville last 32e50 .

Guam Center: and Broad streets and children returned Monday sonville, Thursday evening. While Mr.week and Visiting Mrs. Carl\ her Johns Sunday, Mr.were and .Isle t.p SCOOP :

Slippers for men, 80 Xmas Card Imprinted with from a two weeks' vacation In Key Mrs t Hlldcbran was attending the Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mr. and ; :
Kim your name $1. West meeting Mr. Hildebran and family
Hollywood Photographer Fla.,
and children atC and Petersburg, Va. Mrs J. H. Redgrave and Mrs ,A.
& Jeuclor tf Friends of Mrs. Harley visited friends Jacksonville.; W.
i Strong Anderson, Sr. .A
went Into' Mrs. W. E. Thornton and will be glad to hear she Is much New shipment of 5 percent Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs.

.ta S Tlson Jacksonville ter, Anna Mae, are visiting rcla.I Improved after spending a weekIn Wool Blankets and Cotton Sheltie Hall and O. P. Hutto attended Make Your living Room :

Hospital. Lives from Tuesday to Friday.I bed with the flu.I'reeminently Sheet Blankets at STUMP'S.Mr. : the funeral of Mrs. Laura P. I
anon They are-vlsiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed I I 16Ming, permancnt and Mrs. Ben Rowland and Crennhaw In Wildwood Sunday. llEAUTIFULTWOFIKCH

Thomas In Tampa Miss Ola Denl- photographic production daughter, Kay spent Ute weekend Onn rack of suits., SIS: at Lellu'fDreiwi ':
son in Plant City and Mr. and at the Hoover Urns. Studio with and "
E E Billy Stanley Noegel at SliopiK"
JR Mrs. Jack McIntyre In Mrs. John Holmes Rollins of the SEUTA u \
Auburn- Noogel; camp at Oklnwaha In Mr and Mrs. Cecil Sewell entertained t
ompt FREE Removal dale. Jacksonville l is the guest thlsweck, the Ocala National Forest. at a "get-to-g-t>ther" Sat- Room Suits

Id Crippled, &Worth- It ft. Armstrong linoleum. and of Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. Matthew Pvt, Catherine D. Gainey ha urday evening at which time Living T.
d. Congolrum.: Floral and tile patterns and Mr and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. returned to theV AC Training names were drawn for presents to $119.50A
Horses, Mules Mrs. Rollins NICK FOR sToRAGE Reg.
tile! Hart Furniture {'O. will be rememberedby Center at Fort Lee, Va., after bo given at a Christmas party

Friends of William Jackson Sue old friends here as the former spending a ten-day leave with her which the So wells will give later in ttEAtJTlFUL Value $29.50 $42.50

132 Starke Studstill, an employee of Hercules Llddon parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the month. Among those present PIECE FfRMTVRKJ
S.\LE PRICKSolwlenl
will regret to hear of the untimely Mr. and Mrs! V. V. Hazen and Galney. Saturday evening were Mr, and and $84.00

j ALWAYS COME death of his father, John P. Stud- children Marsha and Jim, visited 12 ft. Armstrong. linoleum and Mrs. Bill Tilley. Don Ray Tilley, Will SAVK Your Clothing 129.50

| Renderers still, of Lakeland, Ga. Mr. Stud- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen in Cnn It'OI..Im. Floral and tile pat Mrs Robbie Shal and Mr. and OKM In anti Stoe ()\ar Selection

ida still was burned to death In his Gainesville Saturday evening terns. Hart Furniture Co. Mrs. Lonnie St.....ran. hardwood Frame.

INC. home, which caught fire Monday Star Brand dress and work Mrs. M. J. Sadenwater had as Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lewis and A REAL: GIFT FOR XMAS I Beautiful! Tapiiitry! Sturdy EXCELLENT VALUES ,

night. shoes for all the family at her guests for Thanksgiving Mr. children and Mr. and Mrs, T. F. $5.00 PER MO.
Construction Give For Christmas
STUMP'S..- and Mrs. Howard Schofield of Hutto and children of Jackson- On Our Budget flan Spring

Mr and Mrs. C. A. Yancey and Gary, Ind., and Mr. Sadenwater'a villa were visiting the L. S. Hutton

Branch of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yancey of son, William Scofleld and his wife Sunday.A .
ry Jacksonville spent Sunday with and daughter, Nancy, also from perfect Christmas gift; a We Have Just Received Large Shipment of

Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey. Gary. photo by The Hoover Bros Studio.
INSURANCEC. TURKEY: SHOOT at Keystone Alph A. Haztn of Orlando, Among those hunting in the Big S Furniture VISIT US TODAY!

.._----,- IMght Lumber 'Co., Saturday, spent the first of last week visiting' Scrub this weekend will be O. L.Beaslty .
Dec. 9, 2 P. M. his brothers, Marvin F. and Vas, K. Q.' Duncan, Kaspar
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin and coo V. Hazen and families. Duncan and Joe Warren.

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE daughter, June, of Fort McCoy George H. Bunch and daughters: Miss Sylvia Morse has joinedthe Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE

were weekend guests of Mr. and Ann and Barbara, of Haines City, staff of the Frontier Nursing .

PHONE 146 Mrs Robert Young. The Youngsalso formerly of Starke, were guests of Service at "Wendover above Hy- It
had as their Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Fri den" in Leslie County, Ky. 151 STARKE, FLORIDA

Constant Service Over 50 Years guests Mr. and Mrs. Raymond day and Saturday of last week. Miss Louise Cone of Live ,. ...... - -
- - - -
Howe and son, Gene, and Mrs. - -
Jimmy Hazen spent the Thanks- Oak was a guest of her cousin,
Lena Schlotthauer, guest of the giving weekend In Gainesville visIting Miss Catherine Colson, a few days I

Howes from Hamburg, Iowa. his friend, Teddy Ducan. last week.

I For the men: Jayson Shirts, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews!! had. Heal Bargain In Ladies nM il

Holeproof Socks Esquire as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. F. Coat Suits at STUMP'S.

p A : J Ties )Dunhill Belts, Jayson B. Mayer and' daughter, Corella, Mr. and Mrs Bryan Lynn were
Pajamas and Handkerchiefs of Washington D. C., and Mr. and In Gainesville on business Thurs

at STUMP'S. Mrs John W. Mayer of Tallahas day of last week.

Dedicated To Mrs. Clara L,. Peek of Newton Hunting and camping at the '
Community Service see.Real .
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Ga., Is the guest of Judge and Bargains in Ladies. Bishop's hunting lodge In the Ocala GIFT SUGGESTIONS .
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman this week: Coats at STUMP'S. National Forest from Tuesday to

Sun. Mrs. R. L. Richard of Jackson. Mrs. Hal Gillen and daughters Sunday are Mr. and Mr. W. C.
Mon., Dec. 10. II
ay, Dec. 9 ONLY vllle spent the early part of this Diane and Paula, of Fernandina Powell, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noe- I. 1

C01MA1Anart""r' a week with her daughter, Mrs. W. were visiting Mrs. R. C. DampIer gel Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Noeg'l ;

TILE FEATURE J. EppTvm, Jr., and family. and- other friends here Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, For HER I For HIM
Mrs. *../ Gill and Mrs. J, D. Mrs. Paul Robinson of Jacksonville Jr., and son Bish. .;
Doyle were business Visitors In was the guest of Mrs. M. B. Have your Christmas photo ,

Allen Gainesville Thursday afternoon: of Kerlong a few days last week while nuKlt now, at The Hooter Bros.Stm11n I\
u.tn .Cy ,.w -6QN"'icaaae I last week. Dr. Herlong was on a hunting trip. -K *!
NO TURKEY SHOOT At KeystoneIlrlghte t, \

wa \ -Mic."r.. --. eea Lumber Co., Saturday,
eusaaoul"fly __ _...
1 --.-...-.......--.r.r-- ..want; I Dor. D. 2 \M. Cosmetics w MATCHING

a "Dream Walking" Cartoon Mrs Lillie S. Lewis returned to SUNDAY SPECIAL r=:- DEC. 10 I :

$ and' New her home In Apopka Thursday of by TIE AND
last week after spending a month
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I I Tues.. Wed., Dec. 12, 13 with her son and family, Mr. and Kitty's Old Spice ( SOCK ;
Mrs. James Lewis

ROCK ISLANDA O. %V. Hazen of Brooker: visitedhis Cot
I son-in-law and daughter, tMr. 223 TEMPLE: AVENUE/ STAKKK, FIA. if I;
A and Mrs. A. E. McKInney, on Sun ( T u s syM _
TRAIL r day. FULL o
I, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and a x Factor "The Useful Gift"MILITARY

AND A tPUBUC PRODUCTION"Snapshot" sons Robert and Edward, were.In '
iM Mayo Sunday visiting Mrs. Land' $1.25 Richard i H u d nut 1

1HFUIlYI/N", & News 1 1IS parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lan 1
caster, Sr.Word Shrimp Cocktail or" Tomato Juke Dorothy Gray Brush & Comb '
Thurs. Fri. Dec. 14 15
from '
I THE '" Mr. and Mrs.has A.been W. received Anderson, Jr., CIIOICE Lucien i Lelong SETS (

M'K: SUSPENSE PICTURE that they are enjoying a tour CHICKEN AND) DUMPLINGSPOT in

through Mexico and expect to go ROAST BEEP

I WTH THEFIMISHl SURPRISE l on to Callfprnla. Bath Seta Toilet Water I \
.PllO''jnIMORGAN All wool garhmllne rmhu-ml for PORK LOIN YAMS SHAVING

c clearance at Lc'ila'e\ DTCH Shoppc,. VEGETABLES CJHOICK OF TWO Manicure Sets Compacts LOTION .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond How

have as their winter guest, Mrs., Cram Whipped. Potatoes Nail Polish Soaps & Bubble ;

Lena Scholotthauer, of HamburgIowa. Yam. LrtlBce & Tomatoes Cole Slaw ; .

Humphrey I B064RTi Bath SHAVING
Coffee Tea Homemade Pie
K MASSEY Cirlntma photos at The lloover or ,

ow RAYMOND--s-- // I Linwlii Place Broil. Studio.Dr. I, .. SETS.

f iLORIY : .w".n,,., J Maxie Dell, Sr., of Gainesville II .
GLORIA CBAHAHE was the weekend peat of I
PLUS .ad -
Senator and Mrs. Charley Johns.: SCIIICK r
as art aen-Y anru 1'Jd
:Junp Bro. of Missouri" _a.1 Le4JOV auMn.CI,w.a ear...Ma"w3 .,__ Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hartley of Electric Shavers 'j
"Bear Plus "Safety Second" Cartoon and ,Jacksonville spent Sunday with ;
Feat" Cartoon .
"Winning Forum" Sport their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will- 1 ---
lam Norris e Leather Billfolds

For your Christmas giving, | Always a Favorite With the 'Ladleu 1

L ASS--F-I-E--O Lingerie ee our selection by of Holeproof Luxite: "1 : TilE I I. I i Young or Old Pipes and Tobacco :

--- -- Gowns; Pajamas. Slipi.! : Panties Tobacco Pouches I Imv.
and Hose, at :STtJi\It"s.
101 RfP UHF-DI OPENING In Eimt Alachua 1951JpONTIAC
k.. GOOD !Mrs. Janie Avery was hostess tc
All M..I.. County for Kawlolgh UealrHteady Cigarette LightersFountain '
..aar.n. ....r....... year-round lnoom Carneeeeeary. the Canasta: Club Tuesday evening .:
:. .... ;::::...E P1h.: tap UawlolKh. Middle-aged Product man prefercd. cold- !Mrs Bertha Pearce expects asher
here over. 2t ,...are. Write at once.Riving weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. HER _" 1
le.RD RADIOS, lelKh'a age IJept.and FAK-870-ZI1.esperienee.;. H.w"";I Garland Godwin of Palatka and A Pen

.PIlo.oeItAPHS.,. 4 2467, DeSoto Station Memphis 2. Mrs. Mary Lane and daughter, 1y
: .
e; ItpW1'LL
nmaeed I
Eij C. SHEPHERD: Mary Beth of Jacksonville.All LovelyDresser and Pencil *
1Iadllon 8t... Surk ': FINISHED TURKEY TOMS, wool garlmdlne reduced.. for
Ltd per lb. at farm. Hn Silo lb., Leila's Dress Shoppc, .. SETS
Royal desk model -Opal Turkey Farm, Floranome clearance at
Inch I"1"-, A-l type-cont Fla. tip Miss Margie Manlre and James will be display at a ; :
S on :s .
K '
R/.h Term Sac Alvarez were among those from .... Set
County Tele-l FOR SALE: Platt trailer
dhWOIHI.burning model. Excellent condition; has here attending Fall Frolics at the
travelled little. Mimt naerlflre Includes of Florida last week I
new desk platform rocker. University I
heater ALL
Also 1-burner oli new McGRIFFMOTORS "The Gift Supreme"All GIFTS
unable. snack bar e.tooleabllnds, cocktail end.Miss
Mr. M. F. June Patel spent Friday
Ghyelu Itp .. s anywhereButane W R A P P E DFREE''
rae.NExeellent: for mall|i night\ and Saturday In Jacksonville Kinds and Prices'
! family. Roy Marquette, PinehurMMotor She was accompanied -
farmer ear wanted Fran Taylor.
n Fla. "P visiting
I n Ora"tnrd I ,
a'ondrrful ne ortunllr.tpI HOUSE! FOR RENT: 5 room. and. I home by Miss Taylor
" wl day. No esperl; bath, hot and cold water. 'in'ar.d' Sunday here.

. today.gM; NESS. Perma Com. on Rtt301 betweo Sc.en Starke. Marvin and Lawtry. who One spent rack of dre.fw... $o. $T Ju'Is '.

PI. A. Freeport ill.3tD '181A : lt|P $ at Leila's Dress. Shoppe. tc Christmas Lights & Decorations Christmas Seals and wrap

o REST, CHILDREN CARED FOR by hour Paul Knight; has returned 4

'.'I Starke.ore Starke.. hot and Johnny l'nturnlat'd cold Ch1Vphurnrr wat- !day ably.or 120 boanlert Jefferson by the St.week, rea ann IIp- with New relatives York City here.after He a short Is produc-visit Monday Dec 11 pings Beautiful Line of Christmas Cards Toys l'jI

: ,
.s- ." = Florence nil. HOVINO M... A lacH-on.HAULINO Jack-on of any Tren.-kind tion director for the National I Stationery Gifts for all members of the family.QHRISTMAS .
ph. n<) 120. Billy Co. In Radio City.
'raphcr tI:4:: J w. fer Co.. Ph. 115 or 4w. HI| Broadcasting

I 1t I Chenille, Corduroy and, House-Satin. The Public Is Cordially InvitedTo .. .. ...... .. .., rO' .. II. r ..r .
b4rk I ';.. and tan bound HEATERS! I nJ Rayon Robes

RP 9HOnT."5t! g"thrr' Mtark.or.lepar.tip $4.95 '!coats at STUMP'S.Mrs. : re See The Most Beau- \ CA N DIE Whitman's and NorrisCANOVA'S
had as
'" Johns
Snaee "e" Effle
:'''CI'' -L.> Saturday D..o. Buy.Surna a Warm wood'. Morning or coal. While I they: cent guests her relatives Mrs. T ,.. .... .. .. ". .. .. r ..
ur own *. tiful Car the t
.hotllun.1t "ONLY $1.9.5-. W. Webb of Hawthorne, Mrs. Car- on
hath rie Smith and R. Strickland -
ullnrthwateraheater.: Army Camp W..ecklncCorp. J Market .
, : and Mr. and Mrs. J.
"" 'n'h. Phone If ring _Carnp.Planding!!! Flom'! Webster .
.rot T urlt Court. Rt.4try12 Cross of 'Jacksonville.
tit sale cheap, t7en i rack of drew**. *e. $7 and
ClnD 'O"ii: : Idealfor One
: & bridle. Pharmacy
A New
. ,. TEL1'VtlTON: SET Xmas;f. A. Fowler Gun $a. at LeiU' Preen Shoppo.Mr
I ''''''nt your fam- Shop, a mt. eaat of RritpelS'S S. R. Johns, Sr., thoroughly McGRIFF MOTORSTemple :
-1 itLXmaa...! hCaaoorSt; e Starke road. enjoyed her plane trip from Augusta -

r.e' ISIS A Give-Away at $700 rlah' I Ga., to Jacksonville on the Ave. & Pratt St. Phone 203 WALLGREEN AGENCYStarke +jl
,, IrO\?toter Coact Perfect retirement .t-uP. X'on.lm. Delta airline last week, and p13n8to .
t .ne. 1. 12 bed-m.: t In-,city, dangalow hand to, bath.rythlnlr.Iect..:owner make long trip by airline from.. Starke, Florida Fla. Phone 160 '.::
Crier.. Gulf find It surplus an etas prleediarssell. Mr. been vlltln /

"."'. R aid! iradC .. tforAt Includes set. P.dtnette C. Hnllln.RTROt" .ewpleehe4rnnm ; now SIr,. and Mrs.sC.aN. Christy . ,, rl\I
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: ; Orl lJark !' REALTY, 118 14. W..ln past month. 11IIII. : -. .
.. I. 11.isA, iltri fltarke. SIlL Bargain L'l'tl' in Augusta the .1
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'- 12J50 1 () FRIDIV.

rAGJC stx 1 the JuAgee of the Clrcu: Atty for Plf. 11124 4t IIIU| Point S I I
of You ,
Block 24, Town of New River' HHectlonn one FItghlh Judichl 1 Clrcuof Court, Bradford Ceu.tF1orid.1 II .
OF THANKS Court in the In Circuit ": J.n""r' '
with him the summer Is hen CARD 23 and 24 Tnwnahipsouth '6 will on the 12th d1. ? In Chaaeery.olRdya el
Florida flourtiff ,
rem '
1 FARMER'S and he makes a bee-line for Tom'. We wish to express our deep ap 50 feet, Range on each 20 side Kast of, lying\ the curve within ineCthei: ,cafte: noon thereof., :. 8in f'9' Ohrbach Uoldapper,Defend Plaintiff IIr, Wh,
preclatlon to each and everyone line of Htate Road No. S-295' : MM In- ambers In Bradfor, I vi Adolph i Tel".rrl1, I,, i i
J. ( Case No. 816 In
River, N. cult Court neat r et
by the Slat' Stark", ant ill,
it nt
and purveyed
and considers rated Court House And Notice .
for their kindness ntmtv of Publication Witty
shown 01 UechiratU. Order x
S e e Itoad Department, and as Florida onHld..r paid! ...... STATH OF FLORIDA TO. at Stnl.14th 1(
I DIARYBy of need. filed Ir wri'' "I' I
hour or
tlon In official appraisers
our map
much I the Petitionla of Taking, appoint' .ttI : deem Adolph Goldapper; whose resldenc I'" .
of the
Leo, the rascal, barks so this CRUHO as part order as Court
-The Bennett family owned by Ueorgln Huutherr make suih and address la: 700 W 172nd tree, (OFFIi/ ;
Sam McGarTey that he almost drives us crazy at I and Florida. Railroad..Parrel proper.parties to the cult and ILl 1! New York City New York
I times but the other day he burked Nu 12, ItlKht of Way SRI All interested may appear. nnd< You are required to appear on Ly tin." i
parties In the abov
The author Hill be glad to receive and we discovered that a neigh.bor' .'\ TIIM tiitrriT (oiirr: 010' .'I'.n: ho.12 Thlit, part of: Lot 1 of Ulocli !be heard. at W1TXKHS the limn and my nand; an;.i named December Court and cause, wherein 1 I
lt<-ms of Interest,, concernIng had broken out. Aftei KK.IIIII: J(1)I141. llll <' I IT. 25, Town of New River In H" ..rtlt>n>. I Seal of said Court on this *7tl plaintiff peeks divorce & rutora-
In hogs Illl tllKOIIIt C'O":\I'ry KMlltlllVI. 23 and 24, Township II South, Kanirt thin November, A.D., 11>60.) tlon of maiden name Bradfon
the activities of farmer we herded them back safety we ..\w %O. TNHI 20 :sat, lying within 60 feet or day OFFICIAL 7if REAL O ) A. J. Theme, County Telegraph shall publish thl
I Bradford County. SnggenUonii may Leo a pat on the head for KRADFOKD COUNTY, a pnlltlralsulidllNlon : each side of the survey line In.'atedand i.r perk( of Circuit Court ('' [traM"r.I'. Order In next four weekly laaueiWitness .
office or gave of the State of Florida, State Huail No. 8-285 as Florida, 121141 1414.In | mv hand and official sea Let
County Us
be left at the Telegraph letting us know. Petitioner, vs.. H. A. H UI>p, .t al, DePendants surveyed by the Stata Road' Departtnent of at Starke, Florida, this November Tlloroughh
mailed to Sam McOarvey Lawtey and a. shown on the .-. Circuit Court, llradtord County: 161h. 11150.OFFICIAL.
NOTICE flclal map or filed In this causas BEAD! A. J. Thomai
the In ( Wash
lal Florida. NOTICE OK KM1NKNT!; !; DOMAIN I part of 1'etltlon Mabe SJTr'KrY' H. yaff''PUIntlff, v. As Clerk of said Court Your Clotfj
1 Visited Sam's Mom In Jacksonville PHOCKEDINQ Is owned by 13 A Sapp and Lillian/ ariffln. Defendant. Py Haven Crosby Deputy Clert
our new heifer again. TI1W NAMW! AND RY THR ATt. Sapp. Cane No. 8151((| T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida.
and IN SRC
the largest one of few days and he has been growinglike saw Oc THOHITY OP TilE STATE O9FLtItIDA Farce No, IS, Right of Way Order of Pusjllratlim And Nollre ''I'Appear. Atty for Plf. 1117 4t Ull R Poasb,
short for 0'
We !weighed Her name Is Toby ( No 18. and MI-ATW OF FIOHinV 1 _
) I of NEW
Henrietta's pigs and she tipped I the a weed. tober-the month she was born In) TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. I NW06 That! of part HKV4 of West: SWW of Road or Section Lillian Grit tin, whose. of residence Y. W. C.and A.), In Circuit; Court Bradford County For 40c
at 34 lbs (an Increase of Mom Is flCIi.V. AND to all persons and par 23. Township 6 South Range address In Inc r Florida In Chaneery. !
scale .
and she Is really a prize. ties hixvlnir or claiming any right,, I Eani. within BO feet on Atlantic City. New J r eyi Gustavo Soot 11 DI }>ort.., Plaintiff,
Ibs. In the last week) at a little We have succeeded so far In keeping her for us until we can title Interest estate, mortgage or: each 20 sldei; "c"hlC. survey line of State You are required to appear abovnamed or VH. Ermlnla; Mlano ScotII PI PerlaDefendant FREE Bleach If
old-not I record I for< and now that we I other Hen to or on those rertaln Road No. H-236, as located and surveyed December lath, I960, In the ; rune No. .8174)
weeks wher.ln
, over 8 raising Early i get a temporary pasture growing parcels of land hereinafter described by the State Road Department Court and cam, Order of Pn.llc.. lon And Notice To
anyone else, but one for us. Alice have her eating grain we are goIng and then we'll go get Toby andwe'll and the following pursonHclalmliifr and as shown on the official map plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfordt'ounty thl. I Appear. TATR OF PE.OHIUA TOiKrmlniiL .
eating everything i her and put her in the ; and by, through, or under 11 r plat filed In this caUHa as part ( Telegraph shall publlah Mlano Sci.ttl Id Pertawhose ,
they are really to wean have a half Brahman known persons who are dead or who of the Petltlon Order In next four weekly IssuesWitnee. residence and address la;:
like to get the pigs up to 45: Ibs. at truck garden patch (now growing half Jersey that should make a are not known to be dead or alive: .. owned by Nathaniel. Colbert my hand and official ..eal"t Via Nomentano, 805 Rome, Italy:
seem I to with Container Corporation of America. and Katie Coibert. Starke, Florida lhia Novembar You are required to appear. on WeWiU
that age but we cannot weeds and nothing else) along fine nurse cow, Room 60K, Consolidated" Building.Jacksonville Parcel No. 62 DITCH, 8RD No.LATERAI .. January 2nd 1951. In the above nampd -
the little pigs eating feed tan Comfort. Early now Is in the Florida. 19510.OFFICIAL A. .aid Court and Cause, wherein plnlnIff .
get Oakland Park. ot Court Dry Your
Arrlne Jones, K78 DITCH LEFT STATION seeks divorce. Bradford CountyVleKraph Cloth
early enough age. By the tim barnyard with little Butch and Pine Street, Ft., Lauderdale, Flurl- 08, By Haven Crosby. Depute Clerk : ahall puhllHh thla Ordern
book on
everwthln to nurse her, Borrowed a neighbor's d.. US plus Landrum, Starke, Florida next four weekly Ismiea.Wltnesa .
eating rascal tries NKV: and T. Frank
really that little awl of
they are learned what 'Wllllej Jones, 178 Oakland Park That part of: of Pit. 1117 4t 1118! mv hand and official Heal For 20cIn
and Road
then we take that I I' fertilizer! finally I Florida of $F% Went of Altya.
and gaining weight and we understand that it if Pine Street, Ft. Lauderdale SWi/4 Township 6 South Range lit; "Starkx, Florida, thin November
Is. The author says !lotion 23 Count7
them to market. bad for a young heifer, sowe're uranion FloridaRailroad. lylnawithin 20 feet fHchilde I. Circuit Court Bradford 8th. 1960.OFFICIAL. New
very Georgia Southern and !:0 ttast!: Automatic
urea-a source of nitrogen. VlcePresldent of the following! described ditch Klorlclni In Chancery. ( !8RAI) A. J Thomaa Ito,
weak, It. Town Grace
moving her. Our poor Nest Plaintiff v; Clerk of said Court.
c.rn' the llanaen.
eAt ; cenlerlln..! Commence on Fred
calf has In two ire studying the book with great Oeorsrla.H 23 Township 8 South ansen. Defendant. Cane No. 8180 Haven Croaby, Deputy Olerk
Hectlnn Ry
I wobbly premature A. Happ, lieu, Lake Butler Ine of II i To
161G.f Notice '
last we have our own bee interest as we, like most people, Florida.. I tang. 20 Kast at a point : Order ol Fnbllratlfm/ And TO F. Frank TjAndrum, Ktarke,.iiu'
to be a fine, strong, of OF FI.OBlnA 1211 o
months corner "TVrM Fit.
grown of Northeast for
O. Box 464, South Appear. \ttys.
in the form t ta of something :wIthout Nathaniel Colhrrt, P. set residence and
program under way hungry'animsl (thanks to about $1 late to buy Bella-lHde. Florida. laid Section 23; thence run .South. trace Hansen, whose '
bull calf which we It Is. The first : Colbert River FlorlMahel 16 minute. 18 ...cond.We.t idilreis la Unknown:
dandy little are vitamins and we beginning to appear
worth of .. 24.78 feet to the You are required .
bought for $7. He Is an artlficia pleased. chapter dealt with the sources of Sapp, RFD, Lake Butler, curve concave to the Northwest andcentral December 131 h. I960 In the wherein abovenam..d H"lorldni, Rainy In.Cbnncerr.eolar Plaintiff, va. Benja.nln TheWashelj
8593.917 feet and cause, h
Insemination calf, from a grade ittrogen and stated that nitrate of riorlda.HKCTIOW. I a radius of 80 Court Bradford Franklin Ralney, Defendant.Case .
a e 2882-850, STATE ROAD a angle of 7 degreea:' : plaintiff seeks divorce No. Slfllrdcr !
milk 'cow and pure bred Cuernae; soda and sulphate of ammonl I 8.215.' BHADFOKD, COUNTY.Parpnl minutes: thence run Southwesterly bounty' Telegraph shall publlah thisPrier Of Publication And Notice To
ire. Alice has named him Tasty; Flies, mosqultoa ticks, and what were the two main sources of nitrogen No. 1, Right of Way BUD along said curve thence 112494 run feet South to In next four weekly official laaueaWitness seal >spear STATE OF FLORIDA TOt Temple Ave.
the end of curv.; hand and
No. 3-Rev. mv
but In a few days had an Inspiration not have been making life mtsei used In commercial fertlllzei That part of: Kast, 3-4 of S..'. IISWV ;: 54 degree 4E> minutes point 18 on secondsWest survey I at Starke. Florida, this November ealdance Benjamin la Franklin 115 Perry H'alney Street, ,whose High)
Butch and able growing herd of cattle of ot H..., 23JNKV4' of NW.I 129.88 feet to a nth. 1t5t
and renamed him for our It Is said also that sulphate am N1i.rW'f line of State Road H-135, Sec REAL A. J. Thoma
Butch he is. He la nursing Joy (how we talk, aod us with only monla tends to leach out the lime Bxrtlun 34, SV4 201: ew;, of SBMi.; 8WW y4 olHWW : : 2862 designated POINT' OF a*BKOINNINOof Station: 358 I ( A. Clerk of aid Court
totally, two heifers and a hall less effective or Section 27. Town.hip edough plui 08, the North Ttv Haven Cropby. Deputy Clerk
coming along one cow thus become thence run
and and
Is In soil ditch centerline: Florida.
Range 30 Kast lying within I T. Frank 1-nndrum Starke.
unaware that his fate is linked U;( pint bull calf, so we got out our unless lime Is added to ,60 feet on each side of the survey 85 degrees feet 14 thence minute run 42 North secondsWest 08 Ltty.. for Pit 1117 4t l.lClrealt | SEE US
deep-freeze. If successful can of Marlate, mixed ten tablespoons time to time. W< I line of Stale Road No. 8-236 40 40 minute: 18 second East ;;-
with our the soil from a* located and surveyed by the degree I. ('... Bradford County
by the way this will be the of It in a gallon of water, don't anticipate that by reading a Stale Road Department and as 60 eowned.by end Nathaniel of dlt.h.anI. Colbert riorlda In Chancery .. FOR YOUR
Plaintiff. v
third calf we will have raised or and put it In our little tank spray book we will become an "expert shown filed In on thin the cause official as map part or of plat the Katie Colbert. ) trace Vllllam Irene Allen McKone MrHone, Defendant i
Joy this year. er. Job was done in a very shor on fertilizer but we are bound tc Petition. commanded You and each to appear of you In the are entitled hereby Case No. 81116 a FOOD!

4 time and subsequent Inspection learn somethlng-about uramon I* owned America.: by Container Corporation court on the 10th day of December, 0..er of. PnfcllcallOB And Notice TO To
of what right title Interest "1010.... STATE OP FLORIDA
Had a visit from O. M. Sllcox, showed that It was very effectlv-- for example. Parcel No. T, Right of Way, SRD 1850 ,to or.how lien you or any of you haveIn trace Irene McHone, whose reslenre r
Gainesville/ and our cattle (all SVi of them) No.7. and to any of the following de.-I and address la Unknown: i _, Fresh Fish & Oysters!
who has a dairy on the That part of: Lot 6 of Block 15 cribed! property and show cause You are required to appear _
are contented again In Sections 2f I abould not be taken for De> Zdth, 1950, In the above
south of Starke. Duringour Town of New River, the same -4
bake out
highway If Alice continues to set forth In amed Court and cause, wher.lnplalntlrf Dressed Free
e and 24, Township 9 South, RangeSO the uses and purposes
talk "0. M." asked us which will both either eat East, lying within 60 feet on the petition filed herein.I I I Keeka divorce and care,
bread we State child.
own of that a Declarationof .uHtndy and control of minor
Alice fed Early weathe: side of the survey line TAKE! NOTICE
kind of vitamins with the cola< burst ahall
What much as we want of It or Road No. 8-235 as located and Taking ha. been filed In the above iradford County Telegraph
and Alice told him they were regu- coming here occasionally (brough as Good? Why Ifi surveyed by the state Road Department styled cause, by the Petitioner '. ubllnh this Order In next four MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
In the process. official authority of these' ,ekly'lacuee.
and as shown; on the the acquiring '
lar multiple vitamins which are here, of course by the d-Yankeelwe good that you can't get enough map filed In this cause as proceedings: of the taking. of thai, Witness my hand and official veal
made for humans. Incidentally and got some fatwoot so slice Petition. above described lands, for the purpose t Stoke Florida. this Novemb..rOFFICIAL
got out eat a W. COLSON
when partowned. ; CLYDE
of It. And you by Arrlne Jones and set forth In the Petition In thismauve th 195d. .
the first day we got Butch we gave for our fireplace. With the help of: of good rich couptry' Willie Jones.Parcel via: as right of way. dralnal ( SEAL A. J. Thomas
with I ), 204 E. CaD St. sw
of It, I of Bald Court. Ph. us ,.
him a 'vitamin and did so for a some neighbors we got two loads butter you're really eating No. 10.That. No. 10, Right of Way 8RD (. dltchea State and borrow Road pits S-2S6 for In'a' It y Haven A*Crosby Clerk Deputy Clerk

of it in our station wagon, and high on the hog. part of: Northeast Half of I; fr4oho Florida, and that A. J. Thomas. Jr. Starke. Florida -

then just about did get out of the .
woods with It. That doggone stufl .
Is HEAVY to tote out of the Alice learned of a trick In mak

e woods but it certainly does burr ing butter (from Mrs. tClerc)
fine and throws a lot of heat. which is very helpful. She / I

squeezes half a lemon In the cream. NeW; .

1 Must be getting cold up North, before churning.: -

for Alice's Fop saw the signs of .

a bitter cold winter coming (as had a friendly note from Mrs. 195 ,

they usually haVe.up there) and he Jackson telling us that Mrs. Ingle-
hopped aboard the Silver Meteor, and i
right has come back to Starke
and came back home to Bradford the Coney Island

County. We are still hoping tc operating on the old Blanding road..

make a real Rebel out of Pop buy We place will visit Mrs. Inglerlght and

I ) the time we make some prog pud-
get the recipe for persimmon


It is remarkable to us how different

PropertyOwnerNeeds two animals can be when

they are brother and sister. Pride

PHARMACISTS was a fine, gentle lovable steer-

calt-hls sister Comfort, Is Just

the opposite. In fact the best

Windstorm Insurance way to describe her Is to repeat a See itSATURDAV

local saying "she's too mean for

I Cost is low-Insure Now her hide to hold her"
Charley E. JohnsJ

Agency STATE FARMBy s trw.r
BTAKKK FLARepreeentlrrB 5
rhone IS ,
-- 1\lr. Bryan Whltfield


t... PHONE Boy! Scout Meeting

....... The State Farm Den of Cub

THE TRAVELERS, Hertford Day 64 Night Scouts attended the Pack meetingIn

I-....... Starke Thursday evening of last

week To carry out the month'

theme, "Radio," there was a simulated -

broadcasting station and this

; ITJ3 ALL SO HANDY Den's performance featured a hillbilly ll

each Cub having
show with i

AND ITS FUN, made his Instrument Their show,, 'ICU r

I as well as the presentations of the :

YOUKNOW other Dens, was enjoyable. After' .

BEFORE the broadcast cookies and cold The Smart New Sty I.Un. De tux 4-Doa Sedan .--- -
drinks were served. Farm parents ;
YOUR attending, in addition to Mrs. R.

19 r P. McLendon Den Mother were _
< > '' / Mr. McLendon, H, b[. Rlcharde, ?

Mrs E. C. Harden and Dr. and enutY( .l x
..- tffl' lower wider
:: tt1IL Mrs. H. J. Kucera. Boys who are am longer r wr
cHOP'fNErl big- 7 o leaving the Den to become Scouts:

,1.F SfRVICEWA are Brian Kucera, Joe Harden and .
,IN!" y Rlcharde.
Henry ,

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Mr. and Mrs. Bradleyand NEwr Strikingly smarter
daughter Gloria and Mr.
Fisher Body styling
and Mrs. Vance Geiger, all of Jack

New Keg. $1.25 sonvllle were visitors of Mr. and
2 Pkgs .Kellogs
Mrs. J. M. Bradley Sunday. ;

Brooms----89c Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and .Reeshngfl Iy newIN
Corn Pops daughters Patricia and Emma h'Q NEW! Mode Luxurious Interloril Modern '

Lou. were guests of relatives in

Auburndule last Wednesday and
No. 2'/' Size 5 Iba. Jim Dandy Thursday. Mrs. Emma Rivers,, ALL THE THINGS YOU WANT

who had been the guest of relatives _

Peaches29c Grits - 33c In this section for several I't-.a Jumbo-Drom brake. .

weeks returned to her home in Iarg.tt I" field I New outside! New inside! Refreshingly] rugged, extradurable.Chevrolet construction

Auburndale with Mr. and Mrs. new in feature after feature! That's ; it brings you'that more thrilling

21 oz. Phillips No. 2'/i' Size Sellers Chevrolet for 19511! and thrifty: Valve-in-Head engine
J. C. Wallace had
Mr. and
It's America's largest and finest lowpriced for which Chevrolet is
Pork'nB'nslS1/ as their dinner guests Sunday. Mr. Glar.-Proef S a f.ty-S.('g h I performance
Pe'nut But'r 49c ?. and Mrs R. A. Wells Mrs. Isabel rya am .I Instrument panel I car, with distinctive new styling! world] -famous; it brings you comfort

Edwards and Misses Mary Wells new front and rear-end design;" and new feature after comfort feature and safety

Plus Flavor and Joan Mynlhan of Jacksonville. America-Preferred Bodies by Fisher. feature after safety feature found only
6 Bottle Ctn. Deposit Any Mr.: and Mrs. E. C. Harden and rfy
; And with all these new things it in Chevrolet and higher-priced cars.
visited Mrs. J. P. LJnton ano

Coca Colas 19c Jello - TWc Mr.eon and Mrs. W. H. Cllett in Bain-. I'gO Improved, toiler leering) also brings you the proved things, which Come in see Chevrolet for 1951CenterPoint

bridge. Ga., last weekend. make Chevrolet America's top car. .and you'll} agree it's America'slargest

During the weekend Mr. ana It brings you extra-Sturdy, extra- and finest low-priced car.
Hound lb. Mrs. R. W Brannen had as their
4 Cans
visitors Lt. and Mr. Perry Gainey ..PROVIDPOWER

and baby eon Mark of Houston, Gee t
Sardines 25c Cheese - H. P. of ,.,5
Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Jack A.1.eAI.Tewnun.e

Nelson and Ben Williams of Jack. f -proved by ever o billion -n.. of THAN ANY OTHER CARl
sonvllle. porformonco 'In the hands ef hundreds

Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr.. of thovMnd of OWIL...

P. S. Craws were Johnnie B. Out- c.-'.*D. (... m4a* ...re ntf.

law and daughters, Gwendolyn Jo
m and Pamela of Waldo. Friday Mr.

and Mrs. Crews had as their

guests Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gilmore TORODE CHEVROLET CO.STARKE.

et.r ag o e r sae and baby daughter of Hampton I

and Mrs.. Truby Hodges Mrs.

E. A. Sapp and Mrs. Pete Sapp PHONE 111 FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS

and son Mike, of New River. ,

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'* 1950

nrrEMIIEB: 8.L lobo

I Christian ChurchOur cousin Miss Betty Durllng, left Cream butter and sugar. Add Joy Just in living and doing: the !'

this week for Flint, Mick eggs, salt and vanilla, then flour very ordinary things In life. I

start the revival first got night off with to a a good tint !SCHOOL, NEWS r1k: and baking powder. Chill for one have sent my Christmas cards.) to

crowd present for the Inspiring Seventjr-slx,.; of 'our pupils were hour. :Make in balls the size of a pals overseas England, Germany

message. "Th Price of a Revival." in some religious service last Sun- marble or little larger, press a half Switzerland, New Zealand, Australia. -

I Little "Joe." the evangelist, will day.All pecan In each cookie. Bake on oil Iraq, Czech lovakla, Moat
be here only two weeks, so don'tmien members of thy eighth ed pan 375 degrees for 10 minutes. of them said "Peace on Earth
-.r another night of these God grade had 100 per cent attendancea Lora Sunjc&s Mc&r They get golden brown. Watch Good Will toward men."
given messages.Here i'' QONCA.NRDR. closely They are rich.
record for
the month of Novem- '
-- Dear
Methodist Prayer
Church I My
Churchthe the remainder are his of sermon topics for ber. Mrs. Perkins gave each' of Gather the windfall against the and meat. Thanksgiving! I know Don Is at the store Digger Is Father, we thank Thee for the

[ coming of the Chrlst- Sunday, Dec. 10. Is Universal Thursday the revival: I them two cones of Ice cream and winter hunger; Just how the PllgrlPis) felt, for lying on the floor and when the bountiful harvest this year. We
night: DI- because
of the First Bible "Rightly they wanted to be nice sun comes out it shines on him. and loved
Sunday, observed In too (in thank Thee for home
pastor thou- they were danger.
son the viding the Word of Truth." Gather the sheaves for bread, the always
they shared the refesh-
will use messages sands of churches of every d.-. cheerfully He Is such fun end getting a little ones and friends. We thank Thee
Starke morning from the nomination throughout the United Friday: "Startling Facts." ments wIth the seventh gade, who for garments HELPFUL IIINTSI I find a grey around the mouth. It Is such for our country and freedom to

Tory This Sunday atPL.Halnes' States and in hundreds of churches Christ Saturday a Denomination.: "Is the"Church of averaged 99 per cent In attend- For now the light Is failing, even box attached to the top step of a shame dogs do not live so long.I work, worship and go and come as) t i

message will overseas. The day will be further ance. now your stepladder Is handy to hold have made both print dresses we please. Bless us, dear Father.
Het"- The choir will noted In public meetings, in the Invitation.Sunday "morning: "The Great The pupils In Miss Swanbom'sroom The hum of the bee Is silenced; tools, paint and things when using I r and a waist and apron to match. and do not let us be ungrateful. I f

frail direction of Mrs.GJ'e'n press, on the radio. The First Sunday are stenciling attractive curtains petals fall the ladder If your lace curtain ; I have one dress with two aprons Draw us nearer to Thee and In I
with Mrs. Mona Ca- Methodist Church of Starke will mene to night: ""From Gnhsa- for their room. The drained stalks of the summer I tears put a piece of wax paper to match. The second day: I puton death save us for Jesus sake. A* f
Cavalry. I corn grotesquely underneath the tear. Stitch back clean and feel I have
Hammond. Join with churches around the !Seventh' Grade I'eraunalille.William a apron on men. C
the Monday night: "Gray Hairs.' I Shudder against the sabre colored and forth with the sewing ma- a clean dress. Whoopee I So much
the Happy world In the observance LOVE LURA
iav evening of Universal I- Tuesday night: "Are lookIng Horne Is the son of Mr. I t
you sky- chine. Tear the It .
all feature the singing of Bible Sunday with a special for the Undertaker and Mrs. J, W. Horne of Hampton away paper. -
\ hymns and choruses se- sermon by the pastor, the Rev pertaker or the Up. Billy Is 12 years old weighs 100 Gather the darkening grain, hasten Is mended. When making pie and r

KM pt'l the congregation. Mrs.LdMrs Thomas G. Mitchell, on the subject |I Wednesday night: "The Great pounds and Is five feet five Inches the harvest; have dough left, roll .it. out and
:Mann will make up "The Bible-A Light and est Question Ever Asked." tall. He Is a very popular boy In Taper the wick against the com- put on the back of a pan the right
p The Youth Chorus Guide." Special music will consist I Thursday school. He likes Hampton school ing darkness. size to lit tho dough. Stick fork oo
nO i night: This will be
store In the Bake
voices Ull sing' directed by of an anthem by the choir and old-fashioned revival night. All very much, and has lived hero alt Willis Eberman
Mrs. Jones .atEnd a vocal duet Miss I of his life. when you want a filling pie. I
| Jones with by Garnlta Indies are urged to wear bonnet The days are so much shorter $5
piano The pastor's mes- Hutto and Miss Sharon Hall "My I and house dresses; the men overalls John Rusha Is the son of Mr. and the wind sings a song of CLAY HILL Had a nice note
1,11, be evangelistic and docT Mother's Bible." A cordial Invitation and work shirts. The sermon annd Mrs. Ira J. Ruaha. He Is triumph about the corners of this from Daisy Lang. She 1s better Down-
The Cure for Snakebite"ed Is extended to everyone to at- that night will be "Heaven." very popular among his classmates. tall house. Inside Is warmth and and has been going to Long Branchto

: D> an Old Covenant tend this service at 11 o'clock Topics for the remainder of the He is 12 years old, four feet ten cheer and love. My heart la light prayer meeting and church. .

Sunday morning. period will be announced next Inches tall and weighs 81 poundsHe and happy. No war or rumors of Letter from Shirley Mae Mosley, ,
[,, School meets at 9:45: un- The Church School meets at ,week. had lived In Quaker Hill, Conn., wars seem to take away the great She told me of the trip to St. Augustine -
l Supervision of E. C. Mann ; 9:45: Sunday with a class for Bible School begins at 10 a. m nearly all of his life but moved tc feeing In my heart of security of when they all sent me postcards
L a staff of 80! officers and every age group. The Senior and Sunday with Clyde Colson as su- I Florida In 1948. He wants to bra 'I plenty, of the bountiful harvest a-I A teacher, Jonell Wilkinson Will Reserve Any
L Training Unions gather Intermediate Methodist Youth perintendent. Our goal for this dancer when he grows up. He bout me. I have a deep thankfulness took thorn. Loienn Padgett\ I

I with Mr. J. T, Lawson, Fellowships will meet at 6:30: p Sunday is 100 so plan now to at- wants to play a guitar and he in my heart. to God for all Dorothy Manning, Mildred Man-
| with Unions for all age m.? and remain for a Fellowship tend. would like to move to Hawaii. these blessings and'for our free ning and Shirley. They had fun.I .
r I Hour every Sunday evening following --Homer Sw Indall, Minister dom. Our country Is in capable still get lots of letters from my WashFor

lueek service, Wednesday .the evening church service. hands. We have plenty of good children. Mildred Sculley and Maytag I
I strong men to keep up an army family have moved to Mlddleburg
the Babe Church
jith the message by pasm "The of Bethlehem a Of Christ PINE LEVELBy
and protect our land. I send up to I am told.
the Book of Acts. sound motion picture in color wll'be Corner 10th and McMahon
Invitation is extended to vial shown at the evening service I\f.rll. II.-M. MrRaa God my Thanksgiving prayer.As Try these PECAN COOKIES:

|) resident alike to worship Sunday, Dec. 10, at 7:30: p. m. In Bible School-'10 A. &t. the poem above says, gather! 1 cup Spry or oleo shortening Christmas On Our I

services and to enjoy the the Methodist Educational Build Preaching A. M. and 7:30P. : We are sorry to report the Illness In the windfalls I have ID lots of 1 cup sugar

lallonal: singing from theg ing. The traditional Christmas M. of Mrs. V. A Browning and things for winter. It ii Is. such fun 2 eggs
tower. carols will be sung before the Prayer Meeting and Bible Study hope she will soon be well again. to see winter coming with lots of 1 tsp' vanilla 1
showing of the picture, which Is each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. things stored away to eat. I also 2 cups flour (cake flour best)
Everyone welcome. Mrs, C. K. Andreu of Panama 3 tsp. baking powder Convenient Lay-Away Plan
children feel
exceptionally good for better when It Is cool. I
ark's Episcopal Is City spent the Thanksgiving holi- have cool H tsp salt.
and everyone. The public cordially a room where I wrappedthe i
B, E., Slnimonii, B. D., Vicar invited. CHURCH: OF GOD days here with her brotherinlawand I apples Don picked from our -

Bay, Dec. 10 Universal Bible 8th &: St. Clalr SLs. sister, Mr and Mrs. A. R. Mc- tree In tissue paper from the flow (

At The Tabernacle Sunday School 10 a.m. Rae. er boxes Now I have plenty to,
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Dinner guests of the H. M. MeRars .
la, m. Church School. Class- I / use and they do cook nice I have
I all Nursery through Rev. W. Fred Hlnsley, former Sunday Evening Service 7:30: pm Sunday were Miss Patricia close to 200 pounds of Irish potatoes WELiI
ages. i, Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Alvarez and Miss Gale Reddish of In there too. In a closet In
High. Communion and I pastor of Lake Butler Baptist Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Vanderbilt, Miss Nancy Conner of the laundry I have my canned .
m. Church, recently returned from Starke, James McRae and Mr. and
of the Mission goods. I have fruit of all kinds,
The men Evangelistic meetings held in AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. H. H. Lewis. I
and Don brought back a case of
lake their Advent Corporate School, 9:43 M. Only Only
nlon i at this service. Michigan and Arkansas, was the Sunday : A. Otis McRae of Safety Harborwas black raspberries. In another I .,
Morning Worship, 11 A. M.
visiting relatives here Sunday have corn, beans, spnlach .s
Tabernacle at peas
i church Is open dally for guest speaker at the Evening Service, 7:30 p M.
afternoon tomatoes, and
asparagus hominy
f and meditation. both Sunday services. His stirring Prayer Meeting every Thursday $5 $5
aauer kraut. Let the wind blow!
Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Groover of
o'clockL. the people of Starke
7:30 We offer
messages were well received. evening : All
.. I Brooker were among those who winter longshall be one con-
urtaltlaJteJtUturuot Out-of-town visitors to the ser G. Hemingway, Pastor enjoyed the Thanksgiving day and I tinued holiday for meNo real and vicinity one of the most Down Down

vice Sunday morning Included: Dr.. CATHOLIC CHURCH cane grinding here. I hard labor, Just delightful days,
>CORM BALISit I end on end, when I watch the modern and finest equipped ,
T. M. Gillingham, of Orlando (who Sunday Mass 9:13 a.m. We ai>. glad to report that Mrs
snow and swirl about
ministered to the congregation In i Sunday School 11 a.m. Russell Thomas Is at home again fly the
4. house welding shop anywhere.
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon) : Week Day Mass 8:30: am. after spending several days In the
I All Work Guaranteed
? ; Mrs. James Hippie and friend day Glendale Hospital, Palatka. Never for very long do I forget

!w t oIx pd Mrs. Wood, of New Jersey and I ..aupliM LIOAS, 81 IPnIS main Mrs. Maggie Allen of Ft. Myers the boys over In far away Korea, SMITH'S GARAGEAND
Park-of-the-Palms; Mr. Carter ol I day at 745PENTECOSTAL: I and Mrs Ophelia Mobre and son nor the many boys in camp whc
l Lake Butler; and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, of Starke were recent visitors are there because we must have
WHITE oa YELLOW Godwin of Jacksonville.A HOLINESS of Mr. and Mrs II. I!. protection so as to kerp this good ALL YOU DO Is pay $5.00 down a small regular
special treat Is In store for lOth St. and Temple Ave. Lewis. way of life. I know my son toe Temple Ave. Starke
Relief those who attend the Saturday Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; MornIng Owen McRae has been called has plenty stored for winter,f weekly payment until this Christmas and a brand

erCough night Youth meeting. Mrs. James Worship 11 a. m.; Evangells, I Into service and left Friday morn- Shelves of fruit, freezer of fowls new MAYTAG WASHER wjll be reserved for

[new drugs or old. fail to atop Hippie will be present with her tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyonewelcome. Ing for North Charleston, S. C.

ugh or chest cold don't delay. Flannelgraph material to present I Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae were -
luliioo contains only safe help another of her delightful Illustrated -
Visiting their daughter-in-law,
ingredients and no narI CHURCH OF JESTS! CHRIST
storks of Biblical times. Toys Mrs. J. E. McRae, at the FOR YOUR
I to disturb nature's process. It OF LATTER I>,IV \INTS: Naval Mrl 1 L.Hk. REQUIREMENTS
light to tho seat of the trouble to will be assembled In the Annexat Services each Sunday In USO at Hospital In Jacksonville recently you.ELECTRIC
(lure soothe and heat raw ten the close of the meeting.
flamed bronchial membranes. Edna and Leonard Noegel are Temple & Tenth Sts.". Sunday It Pays To Trade /With Sin' I

Weed to please you or druggist expected to arrive home December School 10 a. m. Sacrament Ser SERVICE
h money. Creomulslon has stood holi- vice 6:30: p. m. Public cordially UOIANE Gab
it of millions of ,. 16 to spend the Christmas 7 Rdi V
many user Invited. I" ...
days. They are students of Toe- of .. 5 GAS AppfanceeSLADE
coa Falls, Institute, Toccoa Falls 1 SUPPLY
CNtht.., cleat. Cold, Aces .....111111 Ga. .
C.tf 123 E. Cull St. J. R. KIM
E. Call St. Starke. Fla. Owner Starke, Florida
By Sir. :SI. C. !SweeneyY.
"VALLEY OF DECISION"Hear -- ___.. _..n ._ no ____
F C. \l..ltnr
The Rev. Morris Brackman anda
This Timely Message
group of young people from Lake ,

fly The Pastor Sunday Nightat Butler will visit Hampton Youth
for Christ on Saturday evening 71I1IKEll'EIIII/IIE
7:30 p.m. Dec. 9, at the First Christian:
Church. The visitors will have en-
First Baptist Church, Hampton tire charge of the program and all

non GRAY, PASTOR young folks, especially, are invitedto
Bible School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 6:30 P.M.

6 miles from Starke off 301- Lake sunn' :Speaker;
Hamptonltas are enjoying thin
"/folding Forth The Word of Life" winter's privilege of hearing noted: #hBhAiYAJMEACH \
speakers and musicians of nation. DIIYE

al Conference renown at Assembly Lake Swan Grounds Bible

three miles east of Melrose on
Rev. Lewis D. Ilaines/ Pastor State Road 26, each Tuesday night 1
at 7:30: On Tuesday of this weekJ NUMBER IN ITS FIELD ?

RST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Stratton Shufelt, song leader IIA 'w
and soloist was the guest. lie war

ffferson( & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town director of music at the great : \

I'HOXES: Office 231 Pastorlum/ 130frXD.y Moody nine Memorial years. Miss Church.Ruth Chicagofor Bergert 11 i' i"l l silo Jj. y

r j-srr rxs r-awa%r%rT.T-r j-ff-r-rf*** f rfrf'0' of the Colombia, South America I
; \ SERMONS11:00: A.M.: 7:30 P.M.I Mission Field brought an inspiring I II

"nday School 9:45 A.M. Trainins/ Unions 6:15: P.I.flD.WEEK : message and played selections on / I,
' various musical Instruments at the ,
r- Youth Rally Tuesday of last week. Av ,
rr m + *-*fffff rrr r r jrj-j t -* rrrrrf' 47)I

II A.M.: "Where Is He?" An Assoclatlonal) meeting was I
hold at the First Baptist Church = :!
7:30:: P.M.: 'Cure for Snakebite"'I here on Monday evening, Nov 27.

-. II r r' Ladies of the Missionary Society ,
cake and coffee !
Friendly Invitation From A at the conclusion of the service ;

friendly Church Is Extended To AllVURE An old fashioned syrup ..fandylull I j
1 large numj -
[ was enjoyed by a
j i bW of friends on Saturday evening ;
at the home of Mr. and Mrs 'I
+f. N.Jn Mrb 1M.e y '
Eugene BirtAmong .rIMMrYY/a..1 M.+a MV/I,
SERVICE Thanksgiving dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard ,

PHONE 189 Stafford of Starke were Mr. and 'j

State Roads 100 & 200 Mrs. L and A. Mrs.Hall T.cf H.Hampton.Wadsworthof trailer in high-comprntion engines leader In automatic "lrisvs"t6ag's A f1MQIAl MO'OIS YAWl dr.+,
Mr. OlJ mobil r
Recoti-tmutbing action-remsrksLle
STARKE. FLORIDA Bunnell. are house guests economyprovendurability
that 1M "RoIkd"Velnt
OPEN 6 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.: Mr. and Mrs G. P. Wadsworth. moothnee-effortless opec-
The former Is recuperating froma sting eae-perfect partner to "Rocket" Engine power i that'i OUi .

( back Injury received last month mobiU IIyJr .Malk'r See what this number one power team means You get both I to] OLDSMOBILE L

Pure Tires Tubes Batteries, Friends are glad to know he Is recovering to you. One thrilling "Rocket"rUe will convince you: the OUS+nOUle"Sfl I
rapidly. U At performance ttar of the hlgfwmy-mott thrilling car:you tan drivel
And AccessoriesLet Walden Wadsworth, of the Mer- ,

:hant Marine, returned to New LIE YOUR NIARIST OLDSMOBILI
York by plane Sunday night, after
us SIL-I-KLEEN your car two weeks visit here.

WATERPROOF by the way new to lasting Silicone: car process beauty.Corrosion_$7.50 The new Resistant Jr.have Mr.and also and children Mrs.been Gordon recent of Gainesville Wadsworth visitors of, .'TOR ODE CHEVROLET COMPANY, Court & Call Street ..y:;

A the Wadawortha. ) PHONE 111 I

Mr and Mrs. Edward Saxon and _. STARKE FLA. .l

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Case No. Ill of minor child. Bradford
'; Mlnnla Appear Barnes UTATK, whoa Of FLORID residence and TOI! Order of Pnbllratlon and Notice To taAppear. > In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish IRa...this.. Order
11' .
1950 Football Review Those 'Duds'Cost address You I.: Atlaaburg. Pa. Joe Lielma Whitney whose reel- WUneaa my hand and official seal
are required to appear on .
North Starke Florida, this
January 8th, 11161>> In the above dance ta Route 8, Clayton 71h. loDV. > December Du0-The

,i Continued( from page 1)) the Tornadoes, and 38.1 for their named plaintiff Court seeks;and divorce.cause. Bradfor wherein I Carolina.You are. required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
15 January8th, 1961, In the above Aa Clerk of said Court.
360 times, gaining: 2,072 yards for opponents. Bradford Order County In Telegraph next lour(weekly ubllssh this named Court and cause. ., wherein' Ey Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk' HEAT
nn average 5.8 yards per try. In fumbles of the enemy, while op- Money! uln'C" mK.hll.n.d and issues I plaintiff seeks divorce and custody 121 It U2ii|/
ponents got 22 of the Tornado at *' Florida Ihlll' December
the passing 4t lh. 1950OFFICIAL 1
Bennett. Rowe and Davis threw fumbles, which. incidentally provo ( SEAL) A. 3 Thomas ban
ed costly to the boys this sea Clerk of mild Court
'I 75 times, connected on 31 heaves very A- J.; Thomas Jr,, stark. ...Iorld..., MQ
and had 6 interceptions. On the son.In Attya. for Pit. ui| 4t 1228|
31 completions, 522 yards were the individual yardage gained In Circuit c""rt'adforo- ,
gained. The opponents of the Tor- I by rushing, Jimmy Rowe led all Florida! In (........... County
backfield with 8 yards per I>nrothy Hut IBP Ueore, Plaintiff, vs. .
I Dadoes this year gained 1,650 i Paul Hlmpnon George, Defendant.

:yards rushing, tried 92 passes, try In his 64 yards gained. Order of Publication And\ntV...8IRI T e INTEGRITYof
completed 29 gained 502 yards In the passing game, Delano Appear. "TATH Of" .OIlIUA To

passing, and the Tornadoes got 12 Thomas gained 241 yards to lead IIY (Paul..ne..Slmpaon and address George. ,In whose 2121. r 18th..all conduct and dealing with better
of their line passes. the receivers He scored one i Street. N. W.. Washington }>. C. ,
In the You are required to appear. on thoughtfulness and in all
First downs this year were 128 touchdown on a 56-yard pass January 8th. 19B1. In the above economy
for and 00 against. Yards penalized Palatka game. James Prevatt ri/Ml UT".di.Court and esuae. wherein
150 and scoring seeks divorce and rentora- our serving-these mark the reputable -
the Tornadoes and 297 second, going yards
\ 335
: on lion maiden" l name, Bradford'
i on their opponents. BHS punting touchdowns In the P. K Yon- County Telegraph shall nubllnh this quality of this well known firm.
ln next four week ,
and 18 | iHHiiea.
/r averaged 33.6 yards, while oppo- ge game on catches of 43 .

vents averaged 30 yards. I yards. 6th atWStarkemFlorida!'1'55o.OFFICIAL, theDecember

Kickoff average was 38 yards for Outstanding, too, from .the spec I ( flEA) A. J. Thnman
tator's enjoyment were Jack Haz- All .Clerk of eels. Court DeWITT C. JONESPhone
j CroBhv nepntv Clerk
en's punt return of 87 yards anda nay Aelden R..ldi>n Ttitllillne-' T>"..
W.C.T.U. touchdown against Deland and I r tona Beach Florida Altvn for Pit 7 Starke, Fla.
;p s 1218 4t 12129/
In the same game Edward In rirrnlt (.....nendterd;: ;: a
A GODLY, MORAL AMERICA: er's pass Interception and run back I I I KloHdni' In {'..nn.....". r'oenly. Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
fiANNOT liE MAINTAINED IF I of 60 yards for a touchdown. \ I vu.. nIn.lfelmaaWhitney. Plaintiff.
TWemUntHARLEY local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
, TilE YOUTH Of. THE NATION Remarkable, too, were the fact WINKL
I I services not otherwise available.We .
: IS TO MAJOK IN LIQUOR AND : that nine boys missed nr days of STRONGAUCTION

MINOR .IN EDUCATION. practice which started back on i .. .. ..
(..."ORIfGOOf) NEWS.) August 14 and lasted until November ELECTRIC SER
, 22. These were Donald Ben- "That ain't hay. Head Coach James Hobbs and As- furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
I accept ANT life insurance policy In force, issued ANY 222.224 XMA TempblPhnne
i Ii sistant Coach Harold Hazelwood seem to be saying: as I by I
d they inspect a BUS Tornado football uniform modeledby I company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. 1811 g

Neil Crawford during a recent demonstration stagedto Harley F. Strong: Jeweler' Consultation carries no obligation. I

make the student body more conscious of what it I will personally conduct an auction I

takes to outfit a football squad. Fot purposes of the axle of lili entire Mock of -
fine =
GIVE demonstration, Neil wore his shoulder and hip pads on Jewelry merfhandlne at =-:::
jour own bid from Saturday
the outside. Dec. 9. .beginning at 1 P.M. amt
I, Coach Hobbs pointed out that the Items going to make up evfrylay thereafter until c 6rcN L LIN FACTORY SERVICE
one football uniform cost a grand total! of 191.50.')() With some Christmas Eye. o

i THE MOST CO outfits for his squad Hobbs estimated that the athletlo de-' This l" a most unusual occasion

partment has close to 5.000: invested in uniforms and ,' especially at Christmastime

APPRECIATEDGIFT equipment. This Is constantly being replaced of course as even but Strong says "11 must SPECIALIZING in REBUILDING
with good weather conditions a uniform lasts only about two go, a* we are overstocked."

seasons.In Merchandise will root more
In the future due to the war
: the above photo Crawford Is wearing: helmet $15: shoul- threat, Strong Hayn. HO BUY WATCHES and ANTIQUE CLOCKS

der pads $18 hip pads $12 thigh pads $4 knee pads $3, game NOW at thin. BIG
Jersey', game pants $12, shoes $12 and socks SOc.() In additionto S.LE.Adv.

tills, each player must have a practice jersey $2, and practice
for the whole family pants, $5.Hobbs: ,

states that the players still buy their own shoes as

I \\1011- Television Stocks Are Really Complete the finances of the athletic department have never yet been

good enough to permit supplying the players with shoes and it

RCA-VICTOR ADMIRALTElEOSJN. would be a little embarrassing; for the boys to play barefoot. 'ItP4 pj

Footballs are quite an item of expense themselves costing o

$14 each, and a new one has to be used for every game.
Coach Hobbs believes that few spectators when they see

the crimson and gray Tornado squad run out on the field realize
I or appreciate what It costs to put the boys there. That is

one reason it is necessary to have as big a gate as possible at all v r;

home games. It takes money-real money-to operate a successful $

CHARLES C. football team.TORNADO.




TV Seat Coders Upholstery,
football seanoti Just cloneda denrrlliril. an a"financial *uc-

rI'8"" yrntenluy. by Chat. S. I'artln, mipenlnlng principal of BUS.
II "We showed a little profit even after spending $850 on new uniforms -

," the principal said. A complete report of the financial aspects -

of the season Is now being prepared and will be published at an

early date.
Record-breaking attendance at the homecoming game with Lake 111 f

Important News For Duller was responsible for putting the season on its feet financially.On ,1( r fliII
a gross gate of $1,054, the school netted between $650 and $700 II

Growers and Stockmen on this game. There were 2,100 paid admissions new high for attendance \ r

at an athletic event In Starke.

T. Frank I.nmlrum, Starke Florida.
nett James Prevatt, Billy Dansby,
AIt)*. for Plf. 1218| 4t 122|
Bobby Waadin, Billy Booth Mar-
/ t Kenneth Johns Ed- In Circuit {'....... llrailfwrd County. "
vin Warren
WHAT ."l..rl tnt In Chancery.Alfred \ i
ward Parker and Edwin Prevatt. O. Ba.n.... Plaintiff, va. Minnie :
Missing only one day of practicewere Curnea DefendnntCaee N8119
-- Jimmy Rowe, Delano Thomas Order of I'ubllratloa And .N.Mlce TeSTARKE I \ /, 1

; Billy Weldon and Floyd Futon :.....
PRICE Leaving the Tornadoes by grad- "'- \ IN'

uation will be Marvin Warren \\

i Jack Hazen Donald Bennett Bert D
Newcomb. Harold Davis Floyd
UALITY ? Futch, J. T. Prevatt Billy Dansby FLA.
Bobby Wasdin Leslie Sapp Dan

Wainwright, Billy Booth Kenneth
Johns, Charles Hutchinson and FH., SaL, Dec. 8, 9

Milton Mott.Returning DOUBLE FEATURE -
for duty again next BOWERY ,,yy
fall will be Carl Johns Jimmy
n .t Rowe Delano Thomas Hilra Watson
Arley McRae Billy Weldon I I With Bfla Lugo l
Neal Crawford Edwin Prevatt, AND -.
Bobby McClellan Tom McClane

.<,. Benton Futch Ode'McOee. Earl ARIZONAThoroughbred
'. Alvarez. Bobby Crews, Gene Watson
I ;.. Edward Parker and Ed .''
John King, ". MacDonald '., 'e1O
k:4: Cartoon A Serial
Proof of the pudding-and of fruit, vegetables and The Tornadoes I played only four
meat too-I* In the eatlnft. We all know that when It comesto conference games this year, win-
Sun. !Mon., TIIM., Dec. 10-12:
OUR eating. Some of u* forget it, though In planning ning one and losing three. Coach

i .our crop. ...... Hobbs Is trlng to arrange games .
i, Quality Internal quality-tatte, flavor-whatever you want for next season with, all the con PEGGYDiana ? ....
lo call It-It what really profit you. In times of top demand, ference teams as this Is the only 4 Contoiner Corporation of America, Fernandina, FloridaTWO
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poor quality this year U very apt to hurt you when thing championship. !
get rough.
To get top quality this ....on-.n.. every *eaon-may be l. Clrr.lt ......t. Bradford County. DOUBLE FEATURE!: -

somewhat simpler than you think. To a great Client It mean Florida. !. l'aa.eery.J ,. Plaintiff, va. Wed. Thus,. ifeo. IS. It lIIiae? MILLION SLASH PINE SEEDLINGS contributed 'without obligation to
the propet feeding of the soil, the right pet control measure rCIa';. ;., Defjndijntgjt

-at th. right time. .C PafclleatUm Aad '"'o.l... Titobarta | .< landowners.
1 Wilson Toomer Fertiliser and FASCO Pettlclde have Odes" ._. II'fATItI OF" "''LOHIU\., OUTRAGES
teen tope In Florida for over half a century. Th. Wilson & Chapman, whoa* reeldence
la 411* Fore.t Avenue,
addree. :
Toomer Representative your community can help you p and.in car of Mra. Ida Oehrlnc, Kaneaa OF/THE ORIENTAtrocities e
the best way to u.. them to get top quality this **aaoa> City. Missouri: ?
I very aon. Get In touch with him today. January You are Ith required, litl. In to the appear above' on Never Before" Shownon Yearly-since 1940 as an annual program : .:, -,
named Court and cauae. wh.r.lnpl.lntUt Any C '
...k. divorce, award of ScreenPLUS .-: ).,'\.'.!." '.
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Your Particular Needs: ..... ... Bradford County Telegraph shall four CRAZY KNIGHTSWith
l)1 With F .0 publish this Order In next

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CHOP KKIITII.IZKII4VUa Baits By Haven Croaby Deputy Clerk '?f/ 7 "
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