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 15, 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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DEC 15 1950 1



Santa Parade ( : COUNTY _TELEGRAPH g 1 j

1. 5 P. M. Official_ County Publication Established In 1879 'I

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. National Commander American Lesion To Be Used

.. J. Camp Blanding !
( fja )wsq. :

.I na fld9t I Will Speak In Starke Next Friday ,

Starke will be signally honored likely that he will be accompaniedby Washington Source Declares :J

by a brief visit from Erie Cocke State Commander Don K. Car-

Jr.. National Commander of the roll and Department AdjutantReid .1

4' American Legion, on Friday, Dec. Mann. -

22.The announcement was made appropriate Commander music Thomas for the mUd occa-that The Case Of The 'Come Back' CarThe Troops To Use ::

[yM CL.VUS IS COMING TO TOWN! yesterday by A. J. Thomas. Jr., sion will be'furnished by the ,I,

; the patron saint of Christmas giving: Is due to arrive In Commander of Jones-Langford- BUS band, and that high school mysterious return of an the weekend unrecognized until smart." the Sheriff said. "He

[Friday afternoon as .the main attraction In the annual ChrlstLra White Post 56. students will attend the ceremony automobile stolen here almost a some of the clinic personnel, be- must have carefully wiped away Facilities There ;

Kic organizations and business! houses will J61n In the spirit of to arrive here at 10:40: a.m. In this and surrounding and his assistant Deputy Cecil tag 'number to Tax Collector J. entire surface and then apparently

aston by entering decorated cars In the procession. The BHS and will proceed directly to Memorial communities Is Invited to be Sewell, frankly scratching their R. Kelly. Kelly recognized the drove it back to Starke wearing Telegraph Told

supply the music, and riding: as a guest of honor with Stadium in Bradford Park present during National Commander heads. number as a tag that had been gloves." Even after the moat

Iwill will Jimmie Moncrlef. 1950: BHS Football where he will be Introduced and Cocke's. visit to this) com The automobile, a 1050 maroon bought by Dowling Auto Sales diligent search, the Sheriff and .1
Miss* Queen. The
be baseball teams will also play a prominent part in will\ make a brief address. It Is munity. Ford business coupe, was stolen and Identity of the. car was established. "fingerprint man" Sewell were unable Use of existing facilities at

I League from where It was parked near the to obtain anything that wouldbe 'I
Camp for
I sde, as will the Starke Fire Department's shiny red fire truck. Roast In post office last February 18. It .Sheriff Reddish said that the car of value as a possible clue. army
Turkey Aluminum I
L candy will be thrown to eager children along the parade Foil Wrapping; training within the next few
s Of : belonged to J. D. Carlton, son-in- was in excellent condition and had The car Is now In the custody of '
Less Work For Cook More Juice In Bird of been driven only << milesIn was predicted by an
; law of Cliff Cox, an employe 9,000 the Northwestern Fire A Marine
L p. Vitsky who has been delegated by the Chamber of Com- I Hercules Powder Co. the 10-month period since it authoritative W a shington. 'J:

(to serve as chairman of the parade committee, urges all bust Wrap that holiday bird In aluminum frlgerator In this foil envelope over Sometime last Saturday the was stolen Fresh marks indicated Insurance Co., the Insurer who had D.C. spokesman in answer to '

uses to enter the procession. "If you have a car or truck with foil and roast It In this night. Next morning take the bird automobile mysteriously reappeared that the original tag bad been removed long since furnished Carlton with a long distance telephone Inquiry

lUna on It and wish to put a few extra decorative trimmings on shining Jacket for a Juicy, tender, out open up the foil ,and let on S. Thompson St., parkedIn and replaced prior to Its' another automobile. It mill be sold by the Telegraph Wed- :

i can purchase Inexpensive Christmas colored paper wrappings and moist turkey. Aluminum foil It stand until it warms up to the block east of North Florida return to Starke. to the highest bidder, the company nesday afternoon.As .

Insures the turkey browned to a room temperature. Otherwise there over "Whoever took it was pretty representative said. ) yet there are no Immediate
I store or else you can see "Ducky" at Koch's and he being the Clinic. It remained
golden glow and oozing with flavorful chilled turkey takes at least 0
plana for the to
Lrd on decorations will be happy to advise and assist you." rebuilding camp
Juice, even though must minutes roastIng -
you per pound longer
{airman Vltsky urges all who wish to enter the parade to notify roast It in a range without thermo. than one that isn't chilled. Re- Tax Collections the prominence it played In World
War Telegraph
II the
1 once so that a place may be arranged In the procession. The stat control says Miss Dorothy close foil, and place in pre-heatec1 Negro Charged: Total $101,267In Bailey To SpeakAt was training told, but days In all Hkllhood,

I will form at the school house at 2pm.rews Rosa, home demonstration agent. moderately hot oven (400 F.) factllltles that are already there '

Either the light weight or heavier Allow 20 minutes pound for a NovemberTax
will be put to use in the near future -
foil may be used. The light 8 to 10 lb. stuffed bird but reduce'* With Slaying FFA Banquet In view of the Nation's"-
Picked To Head Corporation weight Is 12 inches wide and Is this time slightly for large birds. Collector 3. R. Kelly reported -
; yesterday that payments of panding military preparednessprogram
available in food stores .whereas About 45: minutes before roast- ,
the Washington source
24-year-old county taxes handled by his office State of Public
the heavier weight la 18 inches Ing time Is and fold back Eugene Hoffman Superintendent
Starts wide and i Is available at stores foil to let up juice. run down Into negro, la being held In the county totaled $101,207.37 In November.This Instruction Thomas B. Bailey/ ;will\ said.The
k; Selling! ,Campaign Today that sell home-freezing supplies pan to brown for gravy. ,Cut Jail here on a warant charging amount represents almoat 70 be featured speaker at the annual eventual role that the huge

It is easier to use the wide width trussing strings and brush turkey him with fatally shooting his percent of the $154,000 total tax Parent-and-Son Banquet of the reservation east of Stark may
for bird. mother Daisy Riley with a .97 roll and Is running ahead of lastyear's Bradford Chapter Future Farmers play In the preparedness set-up Is
Intention of the Bradford architect has completed plans and a large Wrap lengthwise with melted fat from pan.
or around turkey pressing calibre Colt automatic pistol at payments which totaled of America to be held In the school still a matter of speculation and
Development Enterprises, specifications for the factory buildIng Save the foil for wrapping the
and molding the foil against sides Sampson City on Sunday. Nov. 19. $99. 00 in November.The cafeteria tonight (Friday) at 7:30: will depend on the rapidity with
'a> perfected at a meeting and he is ready to set up the of the turkey. letover turkey to keep It fresh Sheriff P. D. Reddish stated that discount In November was o'clock. which the armed forces are expanded
i the courthouse last Friday branch plant here as soon as local and moist In the refrigerator and and the of already
interests have constructed the Stuff and truss turkey as usual, Hoffman had signed a confessionadmitting four percent and Is three percent H. B. Wood, State FFA Advisor ability
g. Guy Andrew. was for reheating later. activated to take of
that he shot hi. mother. said. In January camps care
this month Kelly
grease and season with salt and will also appear on the program.
dent, E. L. Matthews vicent building.Mr. pepper before wrapping In the foil Higher heat Is used with the According to the sheriff I the discount will decline to the load. It has repeatedly been ,<
!, and Charles H.rdy'.ec- Andrew. has called a meet- Master of Ceremonies will be stated that these
If you prepare the turkey the foil but the length of roastingtime the shooting Is believed to two percent and in February to Seeber Doyle Andrew., presidentof Installations are
M treasurer. Ing of the directors and others Interested resulted from long standing already operating at near capacity.
night before, place it in the re- Is shorter.Legion have one percent. the Bradford Welconv
[Board ot Directors will con. In the corporation for 7:30: m nn_ __ domestic troubles. Hoffman's wife In a letter to E. I.. Matthews, .'
The collector reported that auto Ing address will be made Mead
[ the above officer and ad- o'clock this morning (Friday). also held an by president of the Starke Chamber :
Clifford Is being ,,
license *.1.! are >.>> running a- Law., chapter vice and
I members W. H. Graham, Elks Hold Annual
of Commerce
Following breakfast at a local restaurant on September
accomplice. __.
tohns, Irvin Robbins and D. Head -* vt MM ;, i lie deadline ID, J. Lewis will make the response.V .
the group will organize 7, Under Secretary of the .
Service la January
for of tags -
purchase new
ieloir Jr.corporation. ; R Ferguson, advisor
teams to collect the original subscriptions chapter Army, Archibald S. Alexandersaid
I is being formed for stock that have not Will Attend ClinicOn Commissioners 111.Palatka. announces that round and square : "I can also promise you

purpose of financing the yet been paid, and to sell additional Pleads For'UMT Minutes Of Meeting dancing will be enjoyed In 'the that Camp Blending will not.be

uctlon of a factory building shares In the corporation. Mr. Sunday Dec. 3, traditional USD building following the ban overlooked If and when additional

ki to be leased for 20 years Ajndrewf\ ,.. itAta tftftt 7,500: has already Memorial Services wtre held by descriptor( I 'th'. 'propMeM. Un!. In view.. et'the'lnirtaMd electric Cagers: quet. facilities are needed." Alexander'

[SMoff! Manufacturing Co., been paid into the corpora. the Starke Elks Lodge No. 1802 versal Training program as "a current being used at the county letter 'was written following the '

jington, N. C.. for the estab- tion and the funds placed In escrow with L. F. Chapman, superintendent mighty. blow struck at the time Jail, the clerk was Instructed by Christian\ Church return to Starke of a Chamber of
nt t of branch work blothe* of the State Prison, official tdtf: County Commissioner at their Here Tonight .'
a. > &the .Florida Bank 'at Starke table of Joe Stalln7 Donald '!C. Commerce- (delegation/ that presented -
here. .l pending the Issuance ol stock. Ing. This is a yearly custom*of Carrol State Commander of the regular first MondamuUn&/ to Revival To Close i facts and figures on Blending

(meeting last Friday was at- the Elks Lodge in memory of their American Legion addressed Ro- have a competent electrician to This Sunday to interested Washington officials
It 1 Is estimated that $60,000 will connectionsIn basketball
absent brothers. check the wiring and The BUS boys and girls -
by Mr. SlcelofT president tarlans at their luncheon meeting last falL
be required for the construction of an effort to determine the causeof teams will, open their season
e manufacturing company.ted Officers of nine Elk lodges In here Wednesday. Revival services continue Considerable speculation was' occasioned
current being used and In the tonight (Friday)
that his engineer and the factory building. I this area will hold a community Carroll stated tht UMT would so much of armory throughout the week at the First here this week by a paragraph
to suggest means with visiting teams from Palatka
If possible
service planning clinic In Panama provide a necessary reservoir''of Christian Church "with the greatest in the "Florida in Washington" -
reducing the amount. First game is called for 7:30.:
City on Sunday, Dec. 17. Attend- trained manpower |1110. time of formerly used by crowds attending all services," column quoting Representative
NATIONAL I The old safe The second round of pre-holiday
Board Inducts ing from Starke will be Charley E. emergency and wouldr>> 'save the tax collector, was do- according to an announcement yesterday Roberta Bikes of Crestvlew
the county will be played with Lake
UARD NOTEST Johns Exalted Ruler; A. J. Thomas lives of many American youths by nated to one of the local religious Butler games here Friday night. Dec. 22. by the pastor, Rev. Homer, as saying that Florida's military

Jr., secretary; J. D. Doyle. Es- giving them adequate training before I Institutions, It having been replaced Swldall. Installations will benefit greatly

Is K. McClane. Jr. of 11 For ServiceThe quire; and Phil P. Vitsky, treas sending them into battle. I by a new safe and declared ma-i After holidays suspending, the schedule for the Chrlat-will be Remaining services were an- from provisions made In the. new
with the Commanding
The speaker described the over unfit for further county nounced as follows: appropriations bill.
r of the 124th Infantry Col. urer.This will be one of 152 clinicsto all Legion goal as "the making of service resumed on January 2 with games Thursday-old fashioned revival Bikes, a member of the powerful
from with Ketterllnus (St. Augustine)
II C following men
t (Little Dynamite) young
held In the better Americans" and described of Lawtey and his House Appropriations Committee,
be a campaign by Dave Durban night. All ladles
at the Infantry School, Bradford, Clay and Union Counties in the Starke Armory.Christmas are urged to
Elks to strengthen the foundations the organization's varied activities attorney, O. L. Patton, having sub- wear bonnets and house dresses would make no specific predictions -
Local Board No. 18
Penning, Ga., where they were sent by of the American way of life including the Junior Baseball pro-: mitted a complaint some time and the men wear work clothes.Message according to the Washington
Into the armed services -
tending a short de- for induction
f course through an expanded program of gram and other youth work. I ago because of an alleged trespass Story : "Heaven." columnist but said that results
f"r field National DeceMber B
grade on : community services in the nation's He praised the local Post as one, on the former's land by the Will Be ToldIn "possibly" would Involve reactivation ..
officers. White: Lee Taylor, Lawtey; 1,578: lodges. of the most outstanding In Florida i County Road Department, .asked Friday-"The Two Beggars." of a large baae in Florida.

I local) Guard unit submitted Richard Arthur Grlffls, Raiford; to Walter J. Math and complimented it on its recently that they be permitted to show by Baptist TableauThe Saturday" -"Moses, A Type of Starkltes are wondering if this

|roll to the Finance Officer L. C. Johns Maxville; Alfred A. According completed 100 percent membership portions witnesses that there was Christ. reference could have meant Camp
of Gainesville, District Deputy I will be .
1Rla on Monday, Nov. 6.n Looney, Orange/ Park; Willie erly drive. an actual tr ..>all8 and that the story presented Sunday morning- "FollowingChrl.t Blanding.
Grand Exalted Ruler, the campaign In tableau at the First Baptist I:
i H B. Ingram stated that Padgett, Maxvile; James Leslie Carroll was Introduced by A., county workmen dug a borrow the Perfect Standard
"wibilltlc-s of the several calls for every lodge to study itscommunity's hauled the Church Thursday, Dec. 21 Sunday evening- "The Last
Starke Herbert Eugene the land and
Alvarez, ; J. Thomas; Jr., Commander of pit on American Legion Post '
nd (dollar windfall needs In such fields through Saturday Dec. 23, at 7:30: Judgement."
breaking I'
Waters Lake Butler. Post :S6, who had charge of the loll away. '!
npe before Santa-time are as health, recreation and welfare This request was made after reliable p. m. "Don't miss one night of these Reaches 100 Percent

fNt.II 1 t be although busier the than finance ever this of- Cornelius Negro: Bass Freddie Jr. Starke Bell Lawtey; Walter; youth facilities development with special, and emphasis then on a- program.The speaker. was accompaniedon Information effect had that been there received Each story will last approximately Inspiring services," the pastor Membership Goal -I:

Donley, Jr., Keystone; Hoover to meet his visit here by J. H. (Smoky) to the borrow : 30 minutes, and there will urges.
Cannedy, Starke. dopt specific projects Moran of Jacksonville, Assistant was no trespass and that the be three complete stories each Sunday School begins at 10 a' One of the highlights of the American -

Robert Owens, radio rem -I students these needs. State Sergeant at Arms. pit had been made by persons evening. All parts will be taken m. with C. W. Colson as superin Legion's Mid-Winter Con
I of the local company re- The following college The Order of Elks Is spending other than county employees. 'No'' by adults, with Mrs. O. L. Llnsln tendent. The goal was reached ference for the Department of

left fop- Fort Bennlng received postponments: Marlon nearly $$7,000,000 yearly for benevolent objection wan raised, however to'I'' serving as chairman of the cast last Sunday and a new goal of Florida held at Sanford last weekend

ihe will\ learn about new epnt Thomas Fast, Green Cove Springs; and patriotic activities Including Funeral ThursdayFor permitting the complainant and Costumes are under the dlrectlor ISO: set for this Sunday. The primary took place when Post Com
and how this equipment James Curtis Wilkinson, Maxville hospitals and clinics for T. S. Mann, his attorney to produce the, testi of Mrs. L. D. Halnes. Live animals Class sends special greeting mander A. J. Thomas Jr.. presented -

pfd and maintained. When and Francis Lowell Douglas crippled children, aid to the cerebral mony. I will be used when called for to boy. and girls to attend each Dept. Adjutant A. Reid

K t5ri. he will return to the Starke. palsied. free dental care, sum Brooker FarmerTim The first Monday In January, by the action of the plays. Each Sunday morning. William Lynn Is Mann with 193 Legion Membershipcards .
unit to Instruct others In and youth centers 1951: being New Years Day and a for 1951: thus) making the
mer camps will be Introduced with a class .
'"" S. Mann, 61, resident of scene secretary.Former
'lues just learned.I holiday, It was decided to local
Mayor education, college scholarships legal American Legion Post one
and carols
Lawtey safety reading
ten Scripture sung
Brooker for the past years.died !
Jan. 2. 1951.
I Guard leaders more others. meet Tuesday, of the First In Florida to become
Firecrackers and many following a heart attack by the girls of the church.
Of suddenly of 2.000 Lawteyite
I than ever to fill up the Warn Bonds In the amount 100 percent In 1951 membershipssold.
'vs. while at work near his home each were approved for newly elected The plays will be presented In .
They point out that Itfly Killed Blasting
obvious now that most O. J. Anders, mayor of Lawtey, Vitsky Authors Tuesday morning.He Commissioners and members the open court of the church. withseating I Commander Thomas promised

linen can look forward toft this week issued the following 'Sunshine Song'Phil was born near Lake Butler of the School Board. arranged outside for all Stumps On Farm Legion State Commander Donald

a uniform In the near fu- statement to citizens of his town: on May 25, 1889 his parents be- Container Corporation of America ,who attend. K. Carroll of Jacksonville that

I 'f' this fact Is accepted, they .Tour attention 1 18 called to fire- Vltsky's "Sunshine Song" ing the late Isaac and Mary Frances submitted a form of deed Announcements concerlng the ,, Lonnie C. Smith 69, a former the Post would continue to wage

} the young man who falls to crackers. It Is against the law had its first public rendition as a Mann. He was employed as for the Commissioners to execute tableaux will be broadcast over resident and business man of It' 5 1951: membership d rt v e

'(vantage of Guard enllstP' to sell, or cause to be sold, firecrackers feature of an Elks Club variety night watchman for American replacing one recently executedIn Jacksonville and Gainesville radio Lawtey was accidentally killed throughout the month of December

doing himself an Injustice. In the City of Lawtey. It show held In Gainesville last week. Tung Groves, Inc.. at Brooker. closing Clayno Road. stations Thursday through Saturday about noon. Monday Nov. 27, although the Immediate membership -

"uardiman( he can be assur- la likewise unlawful to discharge showman and Besides his widow. Nancy O The new deed would eliminatea of this week.It 'while blasting stumps on his farm objective had been reach
be discharged any firecrackers Vitaky, a former two daughters of the former deed pro- near Bmoaks, S. C.
to survived by
frvinft with home town boys; or cause "ham actor," composed Mann, he Is provision Is planned to make this an ed.
self-described It Is that Mr. Smith
"> learn in the City of Lawtey."I Freeman and access of the public toClayno reported
new skills through Mrs. Theney viding Going over the top In membership -
be tc
and It
that It. might annual event promises I
so left hi. home that
f Honal Guard school system would appreciate aU parents the song Mrs. Gilbert Green, both of Brook Lake, more commonly early morning before the December 31
Florida theChrl.tm.
in any be one of the highlights of and went to field where
a" and do benefit him In clne talking to their children and explaining adapted for use er, and one son, Isaac Mann of known as Sink Hole Lake or the a nearby deadline will entitle the local Poetto
substituting .. In Starke.
season he blast
'; can choose with but few to them the danger that community by simply Brooker; three brothers, Mabry Sink Hole. planned to stumps using It's third consecutive Honor Ribbon -
[10Ds> the nature of his as- firecrackers could cause. Lets the name' of the town 'desired at Mann Fairbanks and Lonnie and I The proposed deed was not executed I dynamite, exploded by a fuse. His which will be awarded at the

F the; can make extra save the little powder that Is put the proper point In the lyrics. It Alec Mann both of Dtfndee) ; and because of its doubtful legally Florida Theatre wife heard the reports of the explosions Department Convention to be>

through drill and en- In firecrackers and maybe It will was introduced In Gainesville as one sister, Mrs. O. S. Clifford of In view of the notices given and I Plans Annual from time to time, the held next August at Tampa.
Song" and war leading to last being noticed about noon. ,
nfl Pay; and he can gain,be of some benefit to our fathers "The Gainesville Jacksonville. procedure followed up .
and Von Nelle McLellan, of the former deed. Matinee When Mr. Smith did not appear
Miss Childrens
fighting the execution
experience now while anA brothers who are sung Funeral services were held at for Accident Fatal
dinner his wife and
In that city.
I* for the that Is in the Korean conflict. a music teacher Church, Ls- I
emergency dying Hope Baptist
I Will never come.ther _(Signed) O. J. Anders Vitsky, a member of the Starke Crosse New Thursday afternoon at 2:30: RITES HELD FRIDAY Manager Harris of the Florida friends and his began searching found for him To Negro Man
body was near a
and Mayor of Lawtey lodge, says "I have been H. I. Moody FOR JAMES H. SAPP Theatre announced yesterday that
a very Important Elks o'clock with Rev. recently blasted stump. Head and Bill
'Florida Sunshine' the annual free matinee party for Epps. 50-year-old negro
are In Guard service. Is the working on the officiating. Interment was in the retired farmerof other bruise Indicated that he had i
James H. Sapp. laborer died last
at and Intend tc children will be held Friday mornIng Friday morning
most officers and many Rites ThursdayFor song for some time,State for the family plot under the direction of near Hawthorn died December Dec. 22. at 9:43 o'clock.. been killed when dynamite exploded when a piece of lumber fell striking .
| ? -=mmissloned officers Udell present it to the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. 6 Alachua County Hospital as under the stump him In the head, while
Snbat veterans of World WarJons John P. and approval of the proper In The feature picture to be presented Funeral services held Wednesday repairing ,
opinion sustained In his were -
advertising a result of burns a shelter on the D. E. Knight ',t
an at this time will be "My
for use as
Paul officials Nov 29, at 3 In the
John p.m.
for BirthsDANIEL several weeks
farm Starke.
Funeral Recent home near I
arrangedas that Is especially
be film
Dog Rusty.
after- song. It can Smoaks Baptist Church, with Ma-
Thursday held Fri. '
Udell were held i Funeral services were Epps and some fellow workers) \
of any cityIn suited for children Manager
mention the name sonle rites administered at the
Elect o'clock at the Kersey- to CARL GBIFFIS! Dec. 8 In the Beulah Baptist the Into
nobn at 2 day Harris said. He urge. all were putting building condition j
iter WM Peyer funeral home In Auburndale Florida. Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Grlffls an- Church, near Penney Farms, with throughout the county. tc frave. when a short piece of 2xft
Slarke Daniel parents, Besides his widow Mrs. Calamine -
of birth of a son. .
resident nounce Alfred officiating.Mr. feU from elevation him
Mr. Udell a Sapp their children attend this show. an striking
let Strickland Smith survivors
-man Register Jr. was for two years was a former em- Revival ContinuesAt Carl on December S in St. Luke'iHospital Grlf- Sapp native of Callahan, There.Is no admission charge of Include two sons. Clifton Smith, on the back of the heed and knock- 'I

worshipful of this: paper. BaptistRevival Jacksonville Mrs. moved to Alachua County 17years Ing him unconscious. Col. Knight ',
Master of Bradge ployee widow, Airpark Barbara May any kind. Branchvllle S. C.: and J. L. Smith '
Is survived by hi. fie Is the former ago He was a deacon In the 'Oreenvllle who was present hurried to Starke 1
He of S. C. two
/ No. ; daughter,
35 at the annual mother, The program //will Include a popular -
Hilda Enke Udell his services are continuing Richie. Hawthorn Baptist Church. I Mrs. J. B. Bennett Walterboro. and took a doctor back to the

J"1 of officers held Monday Mrs. John L. Udell of HighlandPark. through this week at the Airpark LLOYD GEORGE COWARDS.' JR. I He is survived- by three daugh cartoon In addlUon to the S. C.. and Mrs. R. C. Goodwin, scene, but the negro was dead before .

HI. four sisters, Mrs. Harry Baptist Church conducted by Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Edwards of ters. Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson and! feature film. !.Jacksonville; three sisters and their return.

r officers elected at this Mooty of Starke. Mrs. Lloyd An- Evangelist G. O. Lanter. Jacksonville announce the birth ofa Mrs. O. W. Nazworth. Hawthorn, These annual Christmas parties four grandchildren.Mr. Funeral services for Eppe were

e",.: Harry W. Lappe. Se- derson of Philadelphia. Pa.. Mrs.O. The pastor. Rev. L. G- Hemingway son. Lloyd Oeorge. Jr., at St. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan Kalford; a are a tradition of the Martin Smith waa a member anda held Wednesday afternoon at the

arden: Mack W. S. Vanderlip. Jr.. Cleveland. extends a cordial welcome tc Vincent's Hospital. November 29 son. E. W. Sapp Hawthorn; one who the FloridaIn deacon of the Smoaks Baptist colored Odd Fellows Cemetery 7
Futch. Junior Nortbbrook. J. C. Bapp, Green Cove; Theatres operate Church and of Smoaks Masonic south of Starke. .
1c.; Mr. A. J-. McMillan, of the public to attend each meetingat Mrs. Edwards is the former Rote, brother. He was unmarned. -
and C E. Hernwall, Treas- HI. and a brother N. Lee Udell 7:30: o'clock. Sweat of Jacksonville. I and a sUter. Mrs. Leila Donnellyof Starke. Lodge. .

A. Futch. Secretary. Highland Park HI. Starke.

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PAGE TWO.Bradford' 1 1L cold got the cane so they had to I school, to the same territory, wit) ternatelJl \
= of his school friends WIth
In a hurry. two and he
Times Jump In and grind milk
The Life And Mrs. Della Thomas and brother, shot one. He was the only boy Ir apples line!Ilavor
County TelegraphESTABLISHED Of New River FolksBy Gus Thomas of Starke, and Mrs Sanderson school who killed one flute lent roll Add In
( Jessie Lee LazenbyThe Mary Thomas of Lake Butler were last year. We had not forgottenor whites II tl""
son-in- -- been allowed to forget that UIlIIt
1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN.EDITO"Fubllllhpc1 guests of Mrs. Thomas' butte, I a, I-;{
and daughter, Reddish and hunt, or the venison, when this up
heard from law
J. Turners Hope ,
Friday and Entered a* Second R. Cook this week Cleo Andrews, Thursday after season came again and lot more VOl 'ploy It
Every Wilbur, In Camp
venison-but less publicity. .
f Starke, Fla .
Matter. at the Post OfHco' a and he Is to get a 26-day leave noon. 0th44t
CUm lure Burgess lo,tin but didn't know whether\ he'd Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews ol Stand by for next week's "Re.
... -PONCA. NEBR.-- I come home for Xmas or wait till Jackson were guests of Mr. and ripe of the Week," Date Loaf
MEMBER Mrs. Bud Moody Sunday. Blanche Howard, one of the Lake
For a wife, who is childless, and bewailed January.Cleo Andrews baked her fruit Reddish and Cleo Andrews were Butler teachers has been using
Subscription'2.60 AnnuallySTOP $1.60 I: the fate that she had none < cakes Monday. They surely looked visiting in Jacksonville Saturday this recelpe (which Is as traditional -
: to care for her. She could be, wonderful and smell to high morning. for Xmas with her as 'tatei
if she took pattern, like this dear: heaven) She baked them in coffee Floyd and Mana Wiggins invitedall pie Is for us,) for years and years
who lies now downstairs li unusual Every one who has ever made one
lady cans They are very the neighbors over Saturday
casket. In the mall this morn in terms; Haven says its so easy to make- and more
her she seemed to be thinking afternoon to see the Hope
; D'7' 1 1I I Ing was a letter from-a mother 60( of Xmas gifts. Nice Idea! (If I Xmas program televised. We en-' rewarding after It's made.
years old who Is so grieved over we are guessing right.) Joyed seeing the whole program NIJT' APPLE CAKE ((
i V VIEWPOINT her daughter' conduct M. L. 2 sugar, 1 cup butter 6 t
youngest Eustace Lee Kelley of the University but most especially seeing cups
I She has left her children for her of Florida was home this Johns, Jr. who 1 Is one of our young eggs beaten separatey, 1 cup milk 1
XI to care for, and calls her mother weekend with a friend of his. The! sters In this community. It seem- 3 cups cake flour, 4 tap baking
LOOK AND LISTEN names. So now she knows she two boys were hunting oak wood ed almost like "seeing M. L. In powder, 1-2 tap salt, 11-2 tap
has Indulged and spoiled her to fit certain specifications for the person" as some of the audience mixed fruit flavor, 1 tap lemon
The tragic and shocking loss of lives due I youngest child. So each of ui I fireplace in Seagle Hall where expressed it. flavor, 11.2 cups chopped pecans,
.} crossing accidents recently has aroused a storm of have our place In the world. II Eustace lives. They wanted this Seeber Moody, Mark Moody and 1 cup chopped brazil nuts, 1 cup
well be that something should be done about you are unmarried be reconciled wood for the Xmas holidays. Eus- Joe Lazenby enjoyed a deer hunt chopped English walnuts, 11-2
may protection for the public at crossings, but it occurs \ and think that God has other plant tace will graduate this February, Saturday with some friends from cups white raisins,, 2 ripe apples NOW U, 900dti J
meantime, until such accidents are for you. If you are a mother with in Forestry. He has won several Lake Butler. They went to Taylor, diced small, 1 apple scraped. check Fire
in the child that too Is a field in forestry In Baker County. The 22-member your I
the part of pedestrians and an ungrateful prizes on days Cream butter and sugar Add
precautions on lesson for us In some manner. participation.Harold party bagged two 7-polnt bucks. yolks, sift dry ingredients.. once policiei,
wise and prudent.The Life for most people is not easy. and Janice Shiver and (Not for sure but we think all 22 egg Add this to creamed mixture al-
words STOP- LOOK LISTEN appear I We must strive each day to makeIt boys of Gainesville, spent several claim credit for steering the fatal FREE SERVIQCharley
railroad crossing and if they were heeded we would better than the preceding one; days with Janice's mother, Mrs shots). One of the deer ran Into
edly have far fewer such tragedies. There are few i td not be afraid, just do our best Bud Moody. a'rlver with all the dogs after him.
deed, who stop at a crossing, look up and down the and keep smiling.; We must pray Mrs. Pledger Johns and child-,The party heard the baying so they 1I'l
listen for an approaching train. Why? and pray to keep calm and happy. ren visited Mrs. Caoste Wynn in I quickened their steps In that direction
is probably that familiarity I Here at 13 minutes to 8 o'clock in Jacksonville over the weekend. but a bear growl changedthat
The answer took Barbara to the doctor.I Soon, by cautiously
the morning church plays thru They pace.
tempt. Making the same crossing day after day, loud speaker a a hymn with bells Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews visit. approaching, they saw it was "ole ANTI-HISTAMINE TABLETS E.JJAgency J
Not a
year out, inevitably leads to carelessness. Wo all to ed their daughter, Mrs. Joe (Irma) vlcken" who had given up. They
of course for each one of us thinks of himself as a or organ. and pause and Uooreland and grand children in declare when the dogs caught \he ]
ant,careful being. But it is the routine things that Pray more for peace to think guidance of God and Jacksonville last week. deer In the river he "growled"exactly ) Phone IS 8wf '
lead to accidents, and only a healthy awareness of o"; peope saviour. Emma Lou Tomlinaon Is back like a bear. Too knowing COLD'Sdistresses
; accept Jesus as our top
existing danger will combat it. Every railroad home after 11 days in Alachua that there are plenty of bears over '..'..
to the
hope save
That is our only IN .
lead to your death if you are careless, just as world. I have a new book of all County: Hospital. She seems toe there, they surely thought they S.
you were bitten by a seven-foot rattlesnake or I the Sunday School lessons for ) getting along pretty well now. were In for one that time. Incidentally MANY CASES .......
an atom bomb. 1051. Even If I cannot get to Roy and Lorle Kelley had a week's Joe went last year the first day! feprwntlng THE'TRAVFIEet
cane grinding last week. The while we were in the Sanderson
All this is not by any stretch of the Sunday school], I can study my
to exonerate the railroad owners. They should, Foaadatisa'r.Foundation'y lesson and perhaps know my son
part, exercise an equal amount of caution, and and family are In Sunday' school In
the extent possible, the lives of those who cross the my place.
Our point is that as long as the danger CLAY HILL-When I was
teaching at Clay Hill\ one bright
tragic accident that it does-so must
every proves and eventful time was when the LOVETT'STARKE
STOP -LOOK LISTEN before'making a school nurse came and usually
you stop to think of it, why gamble your Mrs Easter Wilcox came with
speed and vulnerability against that of thousands her. It always cheered me up
steel hurtling along the tracks at an incredible rate I considerably. Last Christmas I
Why? ; had such a nice letter from Mrs.

Wilcox making iwlth Christmas some ornaments suggestion that for FLORIDA -- Prices Good Through Sat, Dec.16PreXMAS

-. I: shall pass It on to all of,you. 1
have my Christmas shopping neary -
1 Rom where I sit../y Joe all done. I have gloves for Don, '
and I keep fearing they might be Specials; !
I too small, and this morning I got f
Here's An'Expert" out the box and had him try themon.
i Now he knows what he U
I getting for Christmas. Hal I

I ... Wilcox. Make a big red bow of
When oar Mala Street perking over to the SherU!'. oilcloth and cover a cow. bell with
1 problem cropped up gain, w announced paying his flea tinfoil; to hang by the front door. MILK
a strict one-hour parking From where I alt, It' Also]! she said you could cover a ,
policy,and swore In extra deputies) know people, like that walking cane with tinfoil and tiea
to enforce It. low, who refuse to be red bow on it. Paint pine c6nes
We also sent over to the State different than anyone I llfferrnt colors to hang on your
! j Capitol for a traffic expert,to giv people and farmers- I ;Christmas tree.
u pointers. He turned out to b* who prefer elder and HERE IS MY FRUIT CAKE: TALL
real helpful-spent a whole after rather have a cool glass rfy. friends In Sioux City sent It. 19C69c
noon with us talking about coning ate beer-we're all I will bake one. ,3 CANS
and such. And when he left the same privileges.That Is, 2 cups sugar
building he found a ticket on hi* what we do doesn't ; 1H>>>> cups cut up dates ,
I car for overtime. parking the law of the land. :16>>>> cups raisins cut in twotablespoons
5 shortening
Could have gotten sore, I guess
-or asked us to "fix" the ticket.' c90e11 2 cups hot water ARGO SUGAR LARGE SIZEDUZ OCEANSPIW
Mix all and boll
together 2,0
But Instead, he Insisted on going
minutes 19c CRANBERRY S1U
Then add: PEAS RINSO
Copyright,1950, United Stan Brewers 3 cups flour or

1 teaspoon allspice 303 CAN'F

BUY YOUR NEW DODGE TODAY fruits.1 2 1 1 H cup teaspoon teaspoon package teaspoon cut up cinnamon of soda salt nut perpared meats candled. 303 CAN 10 c Pork*>w. 2j; GIBB'S& Beans 2 tFrCALIF. 35CNO. 2 <2'

Bake In a loaf 7>an at 350 degrees

I A Better Deal Than Any Time This Year must. until I hoar go done.I down relatives. In the'Mortuarynow. down there DESERTPeaches 2 CAN STOKELYS: Land O'Sun.hife

and 'I fed that I must be down
there although It is not always PUMPKIN 2For25cFJ.AT BUTTE
1Lit i necessary Don went down town.The .
I funeral la tomorrow. Digger
: : Is fine. I hung up the Christmas NO. 2 Yz CAN25c
%day you' wreaths and decorations last
= / week. I have up my new ruffled'
presenfcorwl1proaIJIy curtains in the living room and SARDINES For 59CLRfi &

.; ',., mol8 the ':' dining around room.the radiator I cleaned and windows.the wall 4 25C

cover Things look nice. I sing when I
payment II i thInk of the coming Christmas.
down Cold December how we love you.
kk! a greatIewOod9ef II Clad wa bail you on our WilY AND f z
--- on For to UII i you bring pleasure MTMs4r.tIuns '
Of the happy Christmas Day. ,7.
So bye now and I say, Whoopee I m
-Soon be Christmas.God --. ._ r& j
bless you all.


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Cn.rt..redlord (".... In rlrratt Coart. Bradford Conmtr.Klnrldnt
Thomas Mrs. Margaret McKowen, 5th birthday anniversary Red Cross drive in our school Frank Thomas, hostesses for the son, did not even know what the )Klorlilal. Oreeilt I. (.S>.n...T. .y.1 In Jon Caa.eerl.B.unacO .. I.fwln. Plaintiff, ...
EflTOF Mrs. Charlene Gray Mrs. Mary 'I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon (Bud) The PTA met Tuesday Dec. 5, afternoon served: delicious refreshments -I lesson was for the little ones. 1 Joe nub lirlma lv>y.lte Whiney Whit 1"rl..lnll", ftvrVntlant.C Jay U. lawn, Defendant.Cane' No. 81Ordrv .
Wllllama and Mrs. Viola Allen. A Slade and eons Vernon. Jr., and' in the auditorium with 37 present.The of coffee and fruit take. don't know If she ever tried tc ... Nn. till of Pnhllmtloa A_ toAvrxnr.
duet was sung by Mrs. Watterson Donald, moved Fifth and Sixth Grade Party teach a class before In her life. Order of T.hllemtlas and Nntlre .. SI'ATU OK FLORIDA TO i iJsy
4i.iwnrv on Monday to St. meeting was presided over\ by STATS] OHKI.OHIOA IJ.m realdanee le
r<. tewla. whoai
I,urea" \ and Mrs.. Blrt, accompanied on tile I Petersburg.Mrs. the president Mrs. T. J. Aider Because the fifth and sixth When I asked her If she would UflmaNhlllev whom re*.) ale: U.1-iilOwln Avenue Detroit,
piano by Mrs. Gray. Following\ Fred Whldden and two man, who conducted the devotional.The grades had the most parents, stay In the room and help us, ahe Carolina.dome I III Route I, Clayton, North Michigan: on

Pr jrr Observance) the offertory, the morning session small children Larry and Bendy, Junior Glee Club presented a grandparents, and friends presentat replied "Why Bessie I don't know You are ,.'\WIo the' pe 'i.on..m..d onJanuary December You are Seth required 1950, ton In tJ.,,
of Prayer, was closed with a prayer by Mrs. hnve 5. Mrs. If I can teach them but I will 8th Court and ratine, wherein
thE' week spent the post week In Cocoa musical program Including Negro PTA on December Court end cause, whereinplaintiff plaint nacks dlvorra r..tnratl<<>n
"g ti, net at the Baptist Betty May. with relatives. spirituals, patrol tic and folk songs. Perkins, our principal gave thema try." Mrs. Susan Padgett, is our eeeka dlvnrc Llradforri and .County.u..t""yot of malflftrt. name. Bradford. County
-ida> December 8th In The afternoon service opened J. C. Wynn and little son, Keith, The last selection "Camp FireCircle" delightful party Wednesday af teacher for the two year olds\ now. Telegraph minor child.shall publish this OrderIn TvlvKraph'In next shall four weekly publish taauee.Witness tnu. .Order
meeting, with Mrs. with a Christmas Carol and the wore weekend" visitors of Mrs. Let- ;was effectively given as ternoon. The pupils In these grades This cold, bad weather we have next. four weekly Iceue official. seal mv hand and official sealat
hand and November
[ay m charge of the For- opening prayer was by Mrs. Eddie tie Parker In Tampa. the singers: sat around a realistic were dismissed at two o'clock for had to bring three classes In our at Wltnnne Sturke,my Florida, this December J2nd Htarko, 11150.OFFICIAL! Florida, this
ions sy program. Nlnepre8ent Allen. Mrs. Gray was in charge 1 Miss Florence Gnann of Theressa camp fire on the stage. Mrs. an extra play period. Just before 'kitchen to teach them, but we 7th. 1960. A. ( SEAL) A. :J. TCourtDeputy
and a covered and several ladles took part In I was the overnight guest of Yvonne: Perkins gave a report on the welfare the bus arrived Mrs. Perkins served manage after a fashion. It you (UFFJI'JALA.Clerk ot ..ald. Courtly An Cleric of eald Clerk

eon was served at noon commenting on "Suggestions fot I Brookins on Wednesday of last work.which is being dona by refreshments of Ice cream, cake doubt our word for this, suppose Haven. Crosby I>..putv 111| (Clerk| .!I I By Haven Crosby Ui4| 4t 12116|
program opened Dramatization." A harmonicasolo week, and with the Brookins family the PTA members. The guest and punch. A good time was had you coma out here and sea just
online "Silent attended" services our all. what and how we get along. We r I
sentence prayer Night was render-I at Dedan speaker for the afternoon was by
and the President, Mrs. ed by Mrs. Watterson, Baptist Church. school superintendent, H. P. Mor- Miss Dorothy Swanbom and her I have the oldest man ID the TRANSFER

,atWrson n by and closed by 'Thomas giving the closing prayer. Plans are under way for a big gan, who led a discussion on what mother Mrs. W. R. Swanbom Mr. borhood and the section youngest In nelgh'l R. B ALVAREZ &SON STORAGE COD j jr.

Thomas. Topic for I I Community Christmas tree at the parents would like their childrento and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan and the Clay Hill .
k The Community Prayer Meeting' Mrs. Ola M. Perkins formed a School every Sunday C. E. Belt ... ... .
"The Voice of theult1tudo" school on Saturday night, December get" out of school. .. ...." '
*u we held In the old In February, local
home of Mr. and at the turkey will be 82 years We operate
with scriP- I I 23rd. More details will be an- The PTA voted to buy new congenial group
Chapter, 1 to Mrs. C. L. May, on Thursday even nounced later. tables for the lunch room. Charles dinner given by the Methodist the baby la Harry and Lillian Pad (""IIIii"J" A long distance
tlheW)) the ing of last week. Church In Starke last Friday getts little son, Benjamin Anthony ..... anywhere" In V. 8.EXCELLENT .
read by the father .
which was 5'IIOLE\v4 Batten, who was only think this leas .
old t"t...
4 weeks we
sketch oft Mrs. Eugene Hall entertained offered to make a night MOVING t
dramatized The of present
? a pupils Hampton Elemen Donald Slade one of our star good a record as you can find ;) .......-.a."b I a
took with
members a small children's Wednesday donation assist in this
seven party tary School are buying the usual ous to puschase Can bent It? q)
Birt. Mrs. afternoon of last week, pupils has moved to St. Petersburg anywhere.. anyone
,, Mrs. Mary Red Cross Bond thls Christmas, w
Iy Hazell I If so let us hear from you. :
tlerson, Mrs. honoring her son, Jimmy, on his Frankie Loper is chairman of the Mrs T. J. AMerman and Mrs Florida. STORAGE
Seventh Clra Johns Is tile son of Mr.: answered the call: of their country FACILITIES #

I and Mrs. Thornton Johns. He was last Tuesday, Dec. 5th. Willie's
I born In Theresun but has lived In present address Is R. C. T. Willie Agents For -

Hampton most of his life. All of Padgett, U. S. 63003021, B. T. R DelcherBros. first!
his classmates are fond ,of_ him. Y. C. 28th F. A B. Fort Jackson, See us
He's 12 years old, five feet two S. C He would like some letters
t CLEAN SHIRTS Inches tall, and weighs 105: pounds from friends, so send them to the -

His. favorite sports are football and boy. ,

baseball. He has a sister Olady I '
Bundy, who Is a freshman In the ,env' .IfIIIII'1
Bradford High School. He Is very,
.took all the Starch fond of girls.LONG.
\ Give the Family a j The Gift \

\ ? l(out t of Mother. :. r BRANCH WITH New A NEW Way MONEY-SAVING of Life \ Supreme j jPMIICO 1

Mrs. J. L. StricklandWe

/.. { 'it1 a,1! i
are deeply grieved to lean PHILCO FREEZER
of another old friend passing to
the great beyond last ,week. Mi S8rVv
alUe4l '
J. H. Sapp better known as Jim .

was a friend of many years standing -
and a Christian Brother.! Hand e -
Mr. Strickland hd worked together e tN

In Christian work mor __
times than there Is record of. ::..
\4\1\\\ SUNSHINE Mr. Sapp and Mr. Strlckl&rv+

EaSyR' SI were two of the Charter member
JOI S 111'// of Black Creek Baptist Assoclstlon. -
.BUT 1..10UG" The Charter members of the 1
Executive Board of the Black
today the Family Wash i ii a ..bree.." compared Creek Baptist Association.. Th

with the two-day nightmare of JUII. ''iJUDiorS/story I J I Charter members of the Executive )
few back.Thac'a the Sunshine Service \ ,
I '" Board of the Black Creek Baptls ,
cough hoi jobs made cool and caiy... .
often automatic. Luxuries beyond the dreamt Association and Unton Meeting -- :1t.'I :: ..
Remind Mother thit Rev. J. E. Black, ,,,,,__ :
and hundred were as : "
kings potentates ye.10/ tae/ more or / __
...now commonplace in every home I Yes over to ante the more Moderator; Rev J. E. J. Wain i'
Sunshine Service does so much...yel coils turn. she tin spend hiving wright, J. L. Strickland. Bro. Mo r lk t 15 t
so little..th Biggest Bargain In Your Budget. ,lure with yoji I Queen Saunders, J. D. McCormlc ,
Your ClKtrlc Mind Board Members" : J. H. Sapp, '. 1
'sUll'e\ : ""'-" Clerkand Treasurer. 'The organ goy "

y a FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Izatlon In Black and Creek drat meeting Church.were The held aisoclatlon 9 cu. ft. Advanced Design

.:S:> was rompiwed of five

churches" at this time, Black Creel, PHILCO
Black Pond Highland, Salem and :

Evergreen. The other church :'i'iu

1 soon do not joined recall this the association.present membership We'- Unmatched REFRIGERATOR In quality at the) f

est Drive 'the 51 FORD withFEATURES perhaps some one can Rlv price! True Zero Zone Freezer:
us this Information and the date' Quick Chiller, moat compart ,
ment. Adjustable ShelvesFullWidth
of the first association meeting.J. ::L.: Crlaper. .

It. Strickland, Is the only cur' ( ....""' 40 I
vlvlng member" of this first Executive -
All of the other DepositI /V R. erv.i for 1

3 M 0 0 LUI D have we are passed Board.confident to their they'.reward are at,rest an'' New 12Y2 cue ft. PHI I ICO .f Only J[\\J Christmas

Winnie and Hester Starling, visIted as/0sf-fo-use/ Chest/ Type $ 10.00 1 A Small Deposit will

the friends and relatives around Hold. up to 435 !boast food ,
..and instrument ;
Reserve Any of Our 1
Kxcluiiive design 70% of
panel is so beautiful kedtatmfo Clay Hill Sunday They both work I puts

That upholstery and convenient b In Jacksonville. storage 3 CIO \pnrtment apace above. Knuy-lift knee storage level. Deposit I Allure. Fine PHILCO Products ,

will wear for years Some sit us from Clay Hill\ attended \baaketa.'l'emperaturee as low us CHRISTMAS '
Padgett Church: Sunday 15* below, zero. '
1.s Riding on the back of a Umbel Model KH-121 DELIVERY I I ;;,
truck In a severe wind was not
very pleasant; but we were glue 51111 i il//
to have this way to attend church
(AnJndividiiaH esigneaPt'an'' j
The congregation was very small, 1951 ,.
L how mostly people children.will ask It Is far surprising church For Your New" PHILCOBALANCED ,

cervices and then let the cold

c'n weather bluff them when they .
have a good warm car to -fide In j

yet' they expect the preacher, who f
Is an old man, and \little .. ,. .
to face the cold wind, on the back eeea..waawr
uf a timber truck, but It Is too bad .-. ru< av.yv ', > '".r.s? BEAM .
fnr them to come out to e'hurch. ,

'We ict> and do all we'can, and that (6"PICTUKE

Ye, "Teat Drive" the '51 Ford. how the. Automatic MiI.ag. Maker Its built lit I an the Lord requires us to" do
The frame is extra Thrill to Its "jet-away" performance. saves gas. And remember Ford't, you famous con forth*<< We had 25/ In Sunday School at the t tt
nigged with husky Feel how cooperatively it handles have your choice of ahead Mission Station and a wonderful
Its companion years
cross members Know the feeling of safety that comesfrom : IOO-h.p. V-B engine, or k-ason. We Installed a new teacher I
sure Centramatlc Steering and In quality,the great 95-h.p.Six.What'smore Sunday' for the 2 yrar olds, she did
y Double-Seal King-Size Brakes Learn Ford offers three advancedfronsmiulons wonderfully well not having been ,
the) ConventionalDrive
asked to teach until then. She "
Overdrlv.or Fordo-
the lad no quarterly to study the lea-
malic Drive,* the neweit and mat /
transmission of oil -
flexible d.S '
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PAGE FOUR Eastern Star Children's Committee Candlelight Choi0 i

I Plan UDC Members White House
Candlelight Vespers Haislops Elects Officers Hears Mrs. Martha
Presbyterian Golden Wedding Are Entertained Conference Report the Kindergarten, tit..
of the Order
At Beasley Home A business meeting Light Choir "I therm maC
Church This Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haialop ot of the Eastern Star was held Mon Mra. Lox Green gave an inter Thursday night "

Sunnybrook section will celebrate The W. T. Weeks chapter of day evening of last week In the eating report on the White House 7:30: p. In i'h) ')Dec l1\ber\ 2
: The Pre byterlan Church will their Oth Golden Wedding Anniversary the U. D. C. held Its regular Lodge Hall on E. Call street. Mid-Century Conference on Chip invited lIbl. 1& ::0" \

., present Its annual Christmas Cadlelight SUnday December 24. No monthly meeting at the home of Newly elected officers, who were dre-n and Youth at the regular

Vesper Service on Sunday, Invitations are being sent but all Mrs. O. L. Beasley on Walnut, elected at this meeting are: Mrs. luncheon meeting of the Bradford WSCS To i
Office I Dec. 17, at 6 p. m. The general friends and relatives are Invited Wednesday, December 6. The co-I Cleo Harley, worthy matron, Dan County Chlldren'a Committee held Meet I iI
public and visitors from neighborIng house from 3 un5p. ] Included Mrl. Jeanette Mrs. Eve- Inn Monday noon 1
Phone invited to attend open hostesses Harley, worthy patron at Avery The Businene
j 29. churches are cordially m. Kincaid, Mrs. W. B. Mundy and lyn Wise, associate matron, T. Fin Mrs. Green, one of the lay mem- Woman's Soctet\\ 'mcetlng)f II!
l lV to attend this program. Mrs. Charley E. Johns. ley, associate patron, Mrs. Avle bers Invited to attend the conterence ,Church will meet m the !inn \

;V Methodist Choir The following numbers have Mrs Stern Hostess After a short business session Pearce, conductress, Mrs. Nevot- from Florida, gave highlights ; building, Monday at the edaq,
Club been prepared by the choir and conductress, Mrl. tl Br
Woman's presided over by the president ney, associate of the tltreeoday conference held with luncheon and
Of Tear To Sing Cantata Mrs. Edward Charbonneau, guest To Presbyterian Mra. Jeanette Kincaid, a very interesting Irma Buford, treasurer, and Pearl In Washington, Dec 3-7. gram. tltrI8tJn" .
i Scene soloist: Auxiliary on the General Herl1owan, lecretary.
Sunday Night Ladies report She stated that some 5,500 delegates -
Honoring Juniors Procellllional, "Oood Christian U. D. C. Convention held recently and International observers William F Late, A
, the First Men Rejoice", Mrs. W. A. Stern entertained Va., was given by Meet and J. LaMorte 11. \
Junior Woman'lJ The Senior Choir of In Richmond, WMU To attended the gigantic: meeting, find Charlellla
1 Members of the guests Wednes, Methodist Church will sing the Three Carols: "While Shepherds members of the Ladles AuxUlary the State President, Mrs Grady which was addressed by PresIdent all of New York City,

J Club were honored when the Senior Christmas cantata, "Behold Thy Watched Their Flocks," "A- of the First presbyterian Church I In Matthewi. Mr. L. A. Davis also The program end business meetIng Truman, and also attended by,,IuUrs.'ruman. Wednesday to be guesUl lit or
day afternoon at tea, following King," by R. S. Morrison, on Sun way In A Manger," "0 Come Are at the annual Christmas party presented an Interesting talk t of of the Baptist WMU will be ; and Mrs. R. A. Weeks at gentweek.
Club entertained monthly meeting. day evening December 17, at 1:30: Falthful", arranged by War her beautifully decorated I her activities at the convention held Tuesday afternoon at S o'clockIn the conference was Inn for a .
evenini work of
the regular lounge o'clock In the Starke Woman's Ing. Lafayette street Tuesday I The Historical Program was given the educational building with The with Mrs. that
and into panels, Influence
The club auditorium decorated //With Club This will be the regular "No Candle Was There and No The president, Mrs. B. C. Boll- by Mrs. Luther O. powell, whit the Doris Knight Circle serving as Green divided joining the group on Infancy 1tY', she stated a healthy pelt)
beautifully to order "The Conederacy" -
were out Sunday evening worship service Fire" (Lehmann): "Ye That zendorf, called the meeting was a poem entitled,
motif carrying offlred Knight hostesses. All circle leaders are and childhood. She was particularly Mrs. Edward
the Christmas scheme of I for the First Methodist Church. Have Spent ,the Silent Night", and the Lord'i Prayer was by Lucian Lamar in the discussion the Children' Rurns'hatn.:
color study Interested (
their mission
the predominating directed by of the Christ in unison, followed by group extette of young girls sang eked to bring 'mmIUee. Pit
be "Lullaby
Mrs n. B. Pey- The choir will (Hermann): A on religious aspects ed over the
specialists lUncheon
and red. with Mrs a by
silver of decorating. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid with Mrs. E. Child", od French carol arranged Ilnglng of "Silent Night" two very beautiful numbers books ao they can report meetlnt

ton bad charge overlaid with e Ie. Perryman as organist. Members by Tom Scott. Choir. E. M. Davis at the piano. negro spiritual and a Chrietmaarol. !

The tea table cloth, was of the choir are as follows: "Ave Marla", Schubert "Geertambino".Mrs. Mrs. W A. Bonham began her "
hand embroidered linen exquisite ar- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. 9 Edward Char. devotional by reading the ftrst six I The living room, music room and + rvw.+ 1o iW1 F
centered with an Hutto, ftrst chapter ofMatthew. artistically decorated J
grapefruit, Newcomb, Miss Oarnlta bonneau. rereea of the dining room were
rangement of Mre Nelson Green, Miss OleetaI Tra- "Light and Darkness"was holiday colors of red t1&P'8
and a touch of red : "Still Grows the Evening", ( In t.k
silvered cat tails I Albert Lee, Mrs. T. O.Mitchell. meditation, after which table was overlaid hao"
balls. Flanking the centerpiece Green, Mrs. dltlonal): "Vlrgln's Lullaby", the offered and silver. The tea -" Do OOts
Christmas Mrs. J. W, Kincaid, Miss Rose e'l'r sentence prayers were Imported cutwork
four tall red candles (Peery);; "Lo, How a and with an
were Clusters and Sharon Hall, Mrs. Martha Smith Blooming" (Praetorlul), choir. Stewardship in a Nutshell" cloth which wa centered with asilver Prices

I In silver of holders.silver balls added 8 Mils Pat Lambe, Mrs. C. E. Hl'rn- "0 Holy Nlght"-Mrs. Edward the "Legend of the Dogwood Tree bowl arrangement of red i LoW

: sprays touch to the tea wall, Mils Janet Anderson, Mr were read. carnations and silver leaves flanked -
further festive Mrs. J. C. Moon, O.S. Charbonneau to purchase In low silver
Victor Frees ( offered
Stem red tapers 'e
1 Three Carols: "God Rest :Mrs. by Items
, table. Green, Jim for buffet was ai10 -
arrange Newcomb, lIarry Gentlemen, "Silent Night"lark and prepare candy and apples candle holders. The Hundreds
table Merry
. Completing the IUver service inch. Billy Smith, Claude Johns, I The Herald Angels Sing" 3/J/ Sunday School children ea a adorned with the red and silver On
ment was a handsome a'ellver Carl Roberts, Larry Gibson and J. Christmas treat. motif. Mrs. J. M. Brownee preaided -
balanced by Choir_
placed at one decorated C. Moon. C. Wynn's program con at the coffee service .Belpn
holding beautifully Benediction followed by "Seven- Nr. C. Win
tray "20 Questlonl"guessing state officers Day .
during the of a lively There were five
cakes pouring fold Amen", (Stainer), Choir. slated she Every
afternoon was Mre E. K. Perry- Business Circle Members of the choir are: Miss game, after which together with .0 members attendIng -

Met Monday Evelyn stump, Mrs. J. Warren played Santa Claus and distributed this delightful meeting.

man.Preceding the tea, .....u..--. ..,,.,. P' Kaufman, Mrs. Fred Selley, Mn gifts to aU.. Your Food Bills

Morse, dub president, conducted abusinels The Business Woman's Circle of Herbert Green, Mlse Mary River This was the last meeting ofthe Legion Auxiliary Cut
meeting during which the First Baptist Church met Stubblne, Miss Margaret Rose present organization and next

Mra. Lox Green gave an interest Monday night' In the educational Duncan Mrs. A. H. Harley, JrMrs. ye car's program Is not yet complete Plans Yule Party CUSTOMERS' CORNER Just a few

Ing report on the Mid-Century building. Kate Sheppard, John Mixon, Mise Louise but It was decided to hold monthlY Members of the Legion AuxilIary More Than
White House Conference on Children circle chairman, welcomed all Stern, director Organist Is Mrr meetlnga for the present. Mrs.E. will enjoy nave 'ou verused"!'l3

and Youth,which she recently); members and vlsltou. Mrs. C. A. E. M. Davie.Christmas.. M. Davis volunteered to enter and their husbands feet never go back thereagain ?
attended in Washington, D. C. Knight gave an interesting talk t ln the group In January with a covered dish supper and Christmaa !"YThat's 'meek-E nd S p e'" ,
suggelted on the life of Mill Lottie Moon. Bazaar Mr.. K. O. Duncan In charge ofthe party next Tuesday evening,
this time It wu lot or
At S. E. Sparks, W.M.U. prea Elsie Hart- W. the way a
Mrs. ed
home on
named the the Legion
that the city park be program Dec.! 19. in when soma of low.prlad
topIc Methodists react
in !dent Introduced the program Nets conducting the devotional. people bet Iota
park" mann can
"Mary O. wainwright Call street, at 1 o'clock In the When yOU "
For Speeding thing wrong tIC ape'uss
"WillI'S her goes lundful
tale Mra. N. D. Wainwright More Than $500A The hostess, assisted by toy of a
honor of the and Light" ,Those taking part were Stem nrvcd A small gift of clothing or store In which they .hop. iteinstead Just
long Miss a penny.
who worked so daughter, JDaft1
Mrs. Pearl Schropshlre, Mr Ber- wUl be put In a basket for needy can .
of almost $500 was realized refrehmenta don't complain
faithfully on thus project. Carrie Ingram profit I traditional holiday They etala, you And at A.P year
tha Fuller, Mrs. 'Methodist W. S. CI I make their fC"t
the children. a
in They just up of just
The musical program waa Martha Futch The Community to the 12 members present. instead day
and do it any
Christmas bazaar and turkey, somewhere but
and S. mind.to shop do that
charge of L. A. Canova Minion chalrrna an- only
held December 8. in the can
supper else.
Included conga, from a nounced that a Christmas box What's
Christmas operetta, by the third was being prepared for a needy Methodist Educational made Building by Mrs,, But we don' want that you choose are gttusateed for a

and fourth grades; Christmas carols family, A Lottie Moon Christ- according to a report of the W. S. IF YOU WANT A TREAT ever 10 happen as A-P vertbed prices advertisemea6
Titus Olson, president
by a group of young girls; a ma offering of $65 was taken.. ; week from date
: C. S., at the SUnday morning II for reason you fun 0rtces
number; and a with MEAT any go up
closed YOUR
novelty US market
quartette The meeting was 'church lervlce. '?. .. BRING should be dissatis. though
I ever
students even
seventh grade "We .
playlet by the showing of a picture .
of Mrs. Olllon stated that the profit fled with the food or acv aN.1 Tiaslelr
Hoeteseee for the afternoon were Receive," and the singing the turkey lupper, at which Barbecue All Meats For Ice in our A-P,please do siosvea ..r. gstaMuI
on Pit
We 3D.
Mrs. J. W.Andrewi. carols, A delicious tur- PI''e.' .. lDe.
Mr. E. L. Matthews Christmas would the ......"'
.60 served, ..
time over were and our employees .
the .
Breazeale, Mrl was served by Complete ..r.
Mrl. I. N. key dinner 25c Per Pound D.C. 14 .
the profit know,
Johns Mrs.J be $228.31 and that favor or letting u. .
; W. H. Mrs. Ruby
J. B, Cottrell, Mrl hostesses:
Mrs W. E. Middleton, Mre Bertha D.. Doyle, Mrl. 1. F. Dinkinel from the Bazaar Itself would Items be Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily Please writerCUSTOMER -

Pearce, Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mra Mrs. R. C, Buford and Mrs. Ruth over $260, with additional RELATIONS
to be sold. The entire proceeds j
H. B. Peyton, and Mrs ,T. B. Hard- Broo.dway.., There were 22 mem- DEPARTMENT
will Into the Church .
go ... Little ;Pigs
bare present.WilliamsWinkler. 3 I
ing .,,. Building Fund .: AP Food Stores r

Methodist Men'sFellowship I : 'fI Mrl.chairman T. 0.,Mitchell of the was Bazaar the genenl and- Tempel Ave.. Between Bus Sla. &I School ,420 ltonAve..N.Y.17N.Y.. Ched-0-Bit, 2 !lb, loaf: :: ?

dry Olson served as chairman of
Elects L. S. Williams\ of
and Mrl.
the lupper. Longhorn Cheese lb. 49c
of Baldwin, an-
elected Starke, formerly .
J. R. Wainwright wee I -

president of the Starke Methodist pounce the engagement of their A&P Tub Butter lb. 72c
a ,
:Men'a Fellowship on Monday evenIng daughter, Sue Carole, to Warren

December 11. in the organizational W. Winkler, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. of 8 33c
meeting held In the Methodist Kraft Slices pkg
The -
Winkler of Starke.
John A. GIFT
educational building. THE
Godwin was elected vice-prell- will be an event of December A&P Cheddar, % lb pkg. 29c

dent and W. S. Sibley, lecretary- 30 at 4 p. m., In the Starke Church
treasurer of Ood. Rev Homer Swindall, of FOR CHRISTMAS FOOD STonE 0

A fish supper wa enjoyed by the Starke Christian Church, will Cracker Jack pkg 3 for 13c +. Yn. PARKER
the members present, the ulfper perform the ceremony Pumpkin Pie, eat 49c
by the supper committee .. .
being prepared \ A ''''JLI'IMarshmallows .
J. C. Moon, Ed Shull and pkg. 19c -:

;.,.0. S. Newcomb .I ,::11I0 P.1.RKER

President Walnwrlgbt armour Swifts Prem, 12 oz. can 49c Angel Food Bar, 14 oz 40c
of the
ed that the next meeting DAItBILCTARKE .
Fellowship would be held on Monday '1 ..! .swirl 18C
evening January 8, at 6:30: I FLA. "' Chopped Ham, 12 oz can 57c Sour Rye Bread, Marvel--
educational building -
o'clock In the I'r
committee .'. 1' CLE BEN'S .JUfl'] PARKER
with the following Fri.. a Sat. Dee. 15. a 18 49c
in charge of the supper: L. 1 D. Rice, 14 oz. pkg. - 20c Mince Pie, 8 in. ea. .
Vining, chairman, T. .H. Slade, DOUBLE .". 'A, ; -
BAR 20
land Q. e. Cox j : Baby Food 3 jars 29c JAYS PARKER 2.6II 5
RIDES AGAIN FEO\VERS i"''!. Fruit Cake' -3 lb. -

O'CI.OCK --"""- -
Miss Stern's With IlopeJon CldAND .\ '
Coffee 1 lb.
\ -
In Recital Tonight FROM

Piano pupils of Miss Louise Joe Palooka ; : ". .;tt t WARWICK Cherries CHOCOLATE, 1 lb. box ,_ 49c AaP's PRICE POD CY
Stern will be presented In COLONIAL'F)
(Friday) In the Woman' t' Storewide prices on hundreds
tonight Meets Humphre It. \ Apple Sauce, No. 2 can 15c low
Club, beginning at 1:30 o'clock Loon ErroU Joe Rirkwood'Jr.Cartoon : :- '' : items every dsy...instead or justafev:
: PACE 81.11I:11010':0: :
and friends "
of All the parents puplll are cordially Invited &I Serial Ft I ,', Syrup, 12 oz. bottle 26c "one-day" or "week-end pecials.

I1-11t. ,x.,: '," a Advertised prlca are guaranteed for one
to attend. Sun.. 1\lon., Tue.-Die. : : GOHTO'll'I ,

Codfish Cakes, 10 oz. can 21c week even though market prices go VP'NEn

Duo-Therm SIERRA .,,. nF.l.lf"10n W. belklHl'Ail policy hetp!our

Au.Ue Murphy 'Vanda lfendrix For Selection you will find ':.: APPLES, 1 lb. 14c customers save more money.

HEATERS Dean Ja'Kl'r, Burl lvetlI your ), "..D't''M .17.1'1 .With the correct price marked on even

I Cartoon &I Short AL\VI\YS. GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 25c item plus an itemized cash registei slip

SS'ed. k ThuM. Dee 10 a 21 A Complete Assortment of Fresh Flowers .. know what save at A'P.
t u.n' RFt1 EMPEROR
6'iJ Month FREE DOUBLE for FEATURE ALL Holiday Corsages Dish Gardens .. .I .:t'., GRAPES, Ib 14c -- -

Wreathes for the Door ;..'. 1 ": ,. t, PREnrt! REP GRADE 30c
Robe. Cunnings, Ann myth / < CRANBERRIES l lb. box 19c Tide .Ocean of suds, pkg' _
PLUS Centerpieces for the 1I0tiday Table ...; ,>: ,

Spy Ring Blooming Potted Plants -.\? LETTUCE, 2 hds. 29c Ivory. Soap, Ige. pkg-15cHII -

Arrangements : H'nH1 I"I'IIF" COOKI'IIG

Wm. flail Jane Wyman ... APPLES lb. box 49cREar" EARCashmere 2 for 19c
the -
for Cemetery
}..lemon'atVreathe. Bouquet __
Also Ns 'i
Sweet Potatoes 3 lb. 25c 30cIIIF.I.F.CTEO
'*' pkg
'COMING: SOON .,.. FLOWERS ::.y: WIIITFJ Vel, Marvelous suds, -:.:--

WIRED ,,:, ',, "..; Potatoes, 10 lb. bag 25c Super Suds, p. -.__30c_
ANYWHERE : ,' ""'I.F."TF.O 17J11 IHINO O.'K''O 6c:

r f ." : ;""",. ', POTATOES, 16. 5c Octagon Toilet Soap, _bar --

FRF.II1f! GREEY pkg'30c:
MEMBERFLOWERS CABBAGE, Ib . 6c Fab, Fabulous Buda, -

Q+ 'y( j jC by WIRE, Inc.;.: --
1'1oe Sae.u'a fUNNIEST teals..


STARKE, FLA. Florida
.... Mil .. Starke,
ELECTRIC SERVICE, OWNER-DESIGNER The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
%2212N.. Temple Ave. 11111 I ,tH ", ,.,,(.-", 1 E.tlr. c..t..te CNrrlltee. IBM --

Phone 166 starke
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1 seeks dlvorev: -Hradford- CountyTelegraph named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff Order of. Pakllratlana OF AaAppear. FLOHIOA" 1'1.--' TOt'rr
Mrs. Hans T. Walker attended Men's socks by Holeproof at NCCW Auxiliary l anal) puhllxh, this Order : Telegraph reeks divorce.shall publiith Bradford this Mlnnla. ; llama TATH. whose rafildenco. address .*.>
I next faarvkly limum.Wltnr.im County o.tofflcn
In and whose i>
a birthday dinner In Gatnesvll STUMP'S.Mrs. Meets At St. EdwardsThe hand and official peat Order. In next" four weekly I Issues. unknown la-: P. C). Box *4. Atlaaburara..

Thursday given In honor of her I Lex Green and \Mra. L. A. at 14, Sttkrke 1160 .n'.I this I December at Witness Stxrka,my Florida hand:, and this official Irn",1 You are required to In appear th. abov.named on.

ter, Mrs. Ralp Calkins. sls'l Shepherd returned Friday of regular meeting: of St. Edwards IOFK1CIAL SEAL!] ) A. J. Thomas 7th. IVftO.OrrtCIAl>> January Court 6th 1111 and "au*., wherein
Mr. and Mrs.] the Mtc. of NCCW was Am CMrk of said Court ( BWAt.!! ) A.I.: Thomas reeks. divorce. BradfordCounty
L. K. last ;week alter attending Auxiliary Hy Myrtle T. Braver, Dvpnty Clerk A* Clark of maourt.fly' I plaintiff Telegraph tblavOrder
and children spent Monday In Val. ; Century Conference on Chlldre held Tuesday evening at 8 o'cloc TV Frank I.nndrum. stork, Fla. Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk In next tour weekly IUu.
THE NEWS dosta. D .C, with Mrs. U. ,Alty. fur PU. 13I1& 4t 16In | Carlo 10. Harper, 804 W. Iiniverpity and official .0.1'
IH and Youth In Washington 111\ the pariah rectory Avenue, Ualnaivllle FiorinaAttys. Witness mY hand
the past week. While enroute they L. Morgan presiding. I Clrenll C.-;: llrKdtord ("...''', : for 1-lf: 12H5 4t 1)5) at Snorlda., this December4th
.. Star Brand shoos for all the I .. 1960.
"v r- Florida! Ch o'rT.ttlndyn J.
family at STUMP'S. visited Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rat The pastor Rev. W. H. Ne M Mnnvr, 1'lalntlff v.. ClrnrxrMoHcr la rireult Court llradford Co...,., OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .Thoma .
.. :Mrs. L. B I Mrs. Mabel Van Camp of Alameda Mrs Carrie E. Adams of Jack.: ,ey In Freeman, Va., and stay: house opened the meeting with 8 I ,at lI Piilillralluii nr..nd. ..nt.. Casa A.d Klotlp"No.. .8101Order TeAppear Alfred O.In Barnaa Caaaeerr., Plaintiff 'Va. Mln- II IIFI..ld"l By Haven A* Clerk. of *ald Florida Court..

Mural aardnerIng Calif., Iq spending two sanvllle spent last weekend with with Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hai prayer. Election of officers! WU I STATE Of FI.OHIItA TO nip l>arn.., Uafendant.Caae. A'Atlyaoforr'Plf.., SaItlS *t
lire On Tuei llnorir Mo.*.r, whom reald.nro andHildrfiNM No. 1171
and the Big Scrub las months with her son-in-law and her son and family Dr and Mra. rls while in Washington. I held with Mrs H. U Morgai .. In': 93. 8U Stri-ct.' U<">"nii
In daughter, Rev. and Mrs. B. E.. H. H. day of last week they attended) Keystone Heights, re-elected aa village, Long hl..nd.) New York: .. '" .. .. 1I1J'I
Adams. required to on jMn- .
You appear
Truman's cencert In : ,' -"
glft.Clo111 Simmons. Margaret 'president; Mrs S. E. nary 15, 1151, In the above nmnedCourt "
him a pIlM'tICal Strong's for llarRains. Constitution Hall. Mm. and "..".., wherein plaintiff. H-E-A-R
Rev. vlce-prealdent; Simmons'j
ALVAREZ STOKE. Joseph Bachman of Lexington nnkii divorce, Bradford (County Telegraph i
O. Dansby ampent Ky.. Is the guest of Rev. B. F. Hall Mslted hl. son, Jack Miss WUlene McCauley of Pi+ I ace, treasurer; Mrs hall puhllnh this Order In

f d Mrt. Sunday B. with MrI and Mrs. Homer Swlndall. Rev. a recruit, at Camp l'lckett. va.; latka was the weekend guest. i of secretary; Mrs. Louis Dean, shrln I neat WltnenK four my weekly hand *and* .':official; neitl DR. JACOB GARTENHAUSNOTED

Dansby In Lake Bachman was the dinner guest of over the weekend her brother-in-law and sister, 111. chairman; Mrs. Edward: Chin at Ht..rk., Florida. this December

I J.D. I Mrs. Havana Johns and Miss Doro Mrs. R. F. Watson of Melroi and Mrs. Charles Hardy. Th bonneau.' chair chairman; 14.( lI' N.giAL Sid!At.) A. J.: Thomas JEWISH-CHRISTIAN PREACHER

thy Johns Wednesday evening of was the guest of Mr. and :?hs. Hardys also had as their guest. Owen Vaughan, house and Mre'l: A. Clark of said Court ,I
of Jackson Py Myrtle. T. Heaver, Deputy Clerk SUNDAY 7:30 1 .l\I.
Taylor Titus
Olson last moth! :
nces last week. week. Sunday Mrs. Hardy's Mrs. Paul Keleher T. Frank I"nd.um. 8trke. Via
tM guest of :Miss Junlthe Mrs. R C. Dumpier and lion.: Mrs a. McCauley\ and Mr. atMrs. Club and PTA representative Atty. fur Pit lillt 41 lift

Messiah performance Christmas Pilot Blouses for your Sly visited Mr. and Mrs. P.Dampiar A. Carl Motes and son of Jack Mrs. Wm. Heists publicity. fa 'treats (.* ...... Ceutapl.rlds First Baptist Church, Hampton

Ivllle Sunday evening: '" selection a tSTUMP'S. In Jacksonville Sa\JQrday sonvllle and Mr. and lira. Wm Plans were) formulated for the l I. Caaaeerr.Pnul BOB GRAY, PASTOR ,
locaeking ,
rinlnllff vs.Edna
of the I.ucltm Bunter
;tel was one afternoon. Hardy of Lake City.Mr. Children's Christmas Party :which' M. Hunter, X>efendant.Ciina SUNDAY BY ))R. GAUTENHACS:
I j Mra Lucille White of Tallahassee Purchase his. '. No. 'lilt OTHER ENGAGEMENTS
ir spent Monday through Wednesday -gilt. AI-VAUE2 and Mrs. George Andersoi will be held Sunday Dec IT, In the I Order of r............. And Nolle To
Sale biggest Mr. and Mrs. \v. O. Baxter: i and Mrs M. V. Epperson, Sr.. apes pariah hall Immediately I 'Appear.' 1'ATK OP pi cielica RAIFORD '
with her sister Mrs. Ben Rowland Jacksonville were M. Hunter, whose raaltlanoaIN .
Saturday arSunday P.M.
and Mri 4
Sunday visiting Mr. mass I'nknn", ... anti whops iMHt known PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH -
of Mrs. Jo :Martinez guests of Mr. said Mra. Harold McKinney and family I III fllllni I .residence. and address was: 4111 Hgt. &: near Grandin)
the returned Give him a 1051 Ifettk Calendar. Ovid Lewis.Don't The auxiliary plans on North fllKhhindv. Avenua, Brood (Below Keystone .
bear .
glad, 10 of last week Nothing more mpfnl. $1.09, $1.81 Jacksonville. several Christmas basket for Creek Virginia: "" .' __ ._ -. -- -- : rTl
Thursday miss the sale iStrong's. I You are required to appear on "III : ..11<01'' 1'
the com
Lg hospitalized In St, $3.2.1.: Itradforil County Tele. New shipment of JaYl IOn some needy families In January 15th. 1811 In the above

C08pitat; JacXsonvllle for a graph.Mr. Mrs. D.. L. Silcox had hl.'r white shirts at STUMP'S. munity. All members were urged< ._ -'-... -=-.==-.,-----'- -----:==- -.._:- .: -- I..
as ---- -----
the -- --
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and,guests Sunday her daughter Md, Friends of Mrs. Myra Dyal wll to bring their donations to I "'- -- --- -- -- -

Mrs. Clara Peel; Visited :Mr. and that she Is now at pastor before Christmas.
L I Cooper be to know
lira James family Mr. and lira Ralph H. Cox: glad I ,
Sue and LInt Mrs.: Hamilton Ritch In Gainesville the home of her daughter Mrs. ,W 126 SERVICE
Mere, Alice find children, Cynthia and PrlscHlof ,I cN8L MA3LIN FACTORY Florida
the weekend traveling Sunday. Live Oak. T. Gill after.being seriously ill !In I Starke MusicaleTo 4
t :Mr. and Mrs C. R. Moore of Alachua County Hospital for tel
Bait const. Mrs. Miriam Kkkllter a BJaughttr. Meet Tuesday
e Archer spent Sunday with ilr.
F.ST. IU1ROO.K .foun- I Claire, of Green C'M1e days.
jd'!value on the mar Moore's mother, Mrs. D. W. Moore. Spring formerly! of Starke wei Five percent: Wool Blanket: The regular December meotlni in REBUILDING
The Moores all visited Mrs. T. F. SPECIALIZING
pMe with any point yon tile after visiting friends here Sunday.Mrs. and Cotton Sheet' Blankets at of the Starke Musicale will beheld
In In
Brown Hampton
_nm<"ord County Tehs- : Leonard F. Smith Jr., 'and STUMP'S.Herb Tuesday evening. Dee 19 at

noon. ion, L'arry.'ot Penney Farms : pent 7-.30 o'clock In the Woman's Glut
K. G. Duncan an<
Give him a practical gift-Clothing Thomas CLOCKSStarke
B. G. Lanter of the of Edmund from ALVAREZ STORE Sunday afternoon with Mra.Smith's son, Kaapar Pinkie Davis Bert Special guest at this meeting WATCHES and ANTIQUE I
the guest mother Mrs. R. J. riavli Edward)
Andrew Mrs.. Richard
and Ronald win be
Rev Mrs. Olin White Sr. bas returned Newcomb
Per the weekend. to her home from Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Andrews attended -i' returned Sunday from & three-da,] president of the Suwanne District I -
atpark --
revival -- ..--
conducting a the annual Army and Navy' of Musli ..= --,- - -
Lake Delancy Florida -
Church. Tenn., where she has been Visitingher hunting trip near! of the
Baptist Military Ban at Ute George Wash fortune t< who wlll give a talk before
of Brookert daughter, :Mrs. Floyd Boone Pinkie had the good Clubs ,
E. M. Hazen ngton Hotel In Jacksonville:Saturday the busl-
klllet Following
week visiting for the past month. "bag a buck. the only one the program.
the past evening ot musical
V V. Richard Barber of Gainesville by the party. ness meeting a program 0
and families, Auction Sale at Strong Mrs. Mar
spent a few days this week with Blouses sizes' 32 to lumbers will be given by
and M. F Hazens.1bat' Jersey Day, CLAUS
fewelers. SAMTA
accompanied by MAY
appreciated everyhe his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. 18$2.98 at STUMP'S.Mr. jaret: Kelly ; t
1 Mr. and Mra.TlrgirMathows and Gainesville. Mrs
=' both
and Mrs. Hazen ttryker
L. O. Hazen. Mr.;
year Desk''OouDty'Tele-VaJ"darsBradforl were business visitors In Talatka laughter Patsy of Jacksonville and :Mrs. I. W. Carter arrived Kelly will sing "Jesu Bambino" by BE GOODTOYOU( 'WE HAVE MANY
.- earl spent' Friday and Saturda; this week from Roswell Yon;' "O Leave Your Sheep" by
Monday. .. 1
with their parents Mr. end Mri Mexico and will make their permanent rturst and "Alleluia" by Mozart
Mrs. E. E. Henderson Mra May Dickens has returnedto Inn,. SPECIALS. l
d Carl Mathews residence at Keystone urged to be( f' MORE
Mr. Sanford after spending: the past All members are
{their Sunday guests Mrs. Clara L. Peek left Monday Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Reyes and Interesting meeting
Mrs. this
Wanton -at High two months with her cousins present at
i. Ivey for Jacksonville where 'she will
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel J. M. Brorwnlee and Mrs. Joe Wil- ion, Steve of 1 Hosts will be J. W. Abel. Mrs f SEE OUR SALE
her ,
fiend several weeks visiting Sunday with Mrs. Reyes parents Mrs. Lemuel
of Gainesville. on.VASTOQC ter, Mrs. J. W. Wilson, and Ml Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp.Something I Td Charbonneau

Vllaon.. 1 he nevdt Desk Oal- 3otaon. PAPER AT STORE.

Beautiful lln- of gifts for "him'' tndar.Vr have them at $1.09. ,,
Men's Clthing
I IIIIII I ALVARKZ L STORE. stand anlfIIl'r 1 used. Royal desk model lyprlter. .*-
M.S4, $2.2" (complete,
Established 1894 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slice: ). Bradford County Tele i A-l condition. Cash of AND LET us FILL ,.

Jack Bradford Tel".ph.NOT" ,
pent Saturday afternoon In graph. rms, '

onvllle. Rev. Homer Swlndall Rev. ',., YOUR LARDER DO/
Miss Marcia Keleher daughter NOTirR IS HKUKHV: : OtVFJN TO !
Mlna Dorothy
cry Branch of ot' 2>11'. and Mrs. Paul Keleher, wll I Toseph Johns were Bachman business visitors In A'h.1.1.. undersigned WHOM IT MAY his nlnt that...
arrive home Saturday for the, of the. Kntat of
INSURANCEC. hristmas: holidays from he Fackaonvllle Wednesday. tlcharit/ 1>. Bennett rliLlmuntN dereaeed. any* FRESH FLA. DRESSED & DRAWN
nil ;:'dIh i
studies at the University of Colo.rado. tore"or'trro"I.: : d ire to c ** .
Class tatementa of m-rount* with
Boulder Colo. Ih. Oounly Judge of llrarlfnrd C"unv ->
Bruce Mathews escorted Miss Florida. within right l*>; rn!*nttr -
Has Turkey SupperThe d month from first publlr.llnntile | |
oily Mann at the ValdoHta State ..t nitlr or the same> will b. 39c

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE College annual Christmas part; Friendship Bible CluM. nf the erred n Id nil hv debtors Statute pay of unto' lmlitonM. the tin-' '', FRYERS lb. :

aturday evening. First Presbyterian Church held frMtirnHtl admlnlHtrator.3Ifl ;'
PHONE 146 Watches at your bid at 1\8 regular monthly meeting '\Ion- | 4t llfi Richard' JBanntttt, Jr.

Strong's. lay night at 7:30: o'clock at the {'.*1.1.-YOIt niiiN .

I Constant Service Over 50 Years Mrs. F. H. Long had as her Sun.day home of Mrs. Janle Avery.A .. The of Hoard.Bradford of County County CnmmUInncrM Klnrldii" ,'

guests Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. N.Long delicious turkey dinner was Hit rtfftttva maltl 1 t bide. until 10A.M. I

and daughter Mary Dena 01 rved: by the hostess before the I ruction. January of a 2nd. tout UU dralnsg.tor the con*v.*.11raafl

iainesville\ and Mrs. Bryant S witness meeting. m* Hun In Hanibnon hake
county' complete with' Inlet I
Carroll' and son Bryant Jr., ockaonvtlle. William T. Jackson president I *rnlnir and mnntml rut off vulvi I J'lertly of Fruits
Aparate bid will ha "n..1. 1 STARLING'S5i
FOR YOUR M.fJ f- REQUIREMENTSIt pre lded over the meeting. Minutes tn. each fl Inch 10 inch 18 Inch find
Purchase his gift at ALVAKRZ. ot' the last meeting were read and I It Inch wells, and bid may I** a,
I rl.t sum plus suet per foot of witll.nd Nuts and Xmns CanLeis-
Mrs. Donle Moore Mrs. Thelma The following were
To Trade With Slade I pproved. I the contractor \I.. to furnlnh allbor. ,
Fays Steel and Mrs. Bud Monk and children appointed members of the nomlatlng equipment and material for. I GROCERY c MARKET&iL

CAS of Gainesville were Sunday) committee: Win. Jackson .....rv cont.n |>the lHtt right well to t dvtorintn the Hoard from r. dies < < >'- V4 *rf

PROPANE eats of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Mundy. Guy Andrews and C. M. Turney. \ ma to time during tlia progresa ot.Ih. ,

GAS Applianr4aSLADE [ Jr., Mrs. J. B. Sapp andMr. Mr. Andrews read the yearly re- .. a work*.the...(depth and may to which permit work m..d.1' .

[ and Mrs. Guy Sale. port., radon of tha a u ielf Icntlunn. a.I' '

line of gifts. for "him" After the business meeting irtMimMtannflii jimtlfy The. .Puard
COMPANY Inc Beautiful / may rJ"rt any and alt bldfl.M
GAS at I AI.VAKKZ STORK. veryone en.toyed the Christmas Chairman. O. Harrell of sari Rn.rd 1 ,

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis re- tree. from which each one present UIIIi strir 11119f.

E. Call st. Starke. Fla.MIRE road to their home Saturday Bcelved a gift. t
-l. c.-: Brad for* Coa,.
atter spending several months InPalatka Among the members present YI._.. I. C........,..
where Mr. Davis wai here were 12 States representedwell t11va Monroe ". Ma.t.... Plaintiff, talk TURKEY ? tJ
as Canada all being mem- ".. James Klrhard 1>. Masters, Dr-
making( the state audit. Mr. 'ndant.' <"a... No. 8lfi2r
for Tampa bl'ra of the class. .... .f PvbllrntlnH And NnHea T.
SERVICE StORE lett Sunday afternoon The January meeting will be atthe A........... "TATKl OP KI.OHIOA TO I
\ here he attended the auditor1 inira Richard Da MaHtrrx, whom .
from Monday to Wed.nesday. home of Mr. and Mrs. Turney inldanca and addran Unknown;
PHONE 189 invention at t which time officers will heelected You are required to appear on
.inuary 18, 4>A1, In the above namedurt .
for the ensuing year. ) and cause, wh.r.ln plaintiff
State Roads 101 & 200 Miss Jo Ann Dlnkins A freah-

STARKE, FLORIDA man at U. of F. spent the week- --- 1 :

..nd 1 with her parents Mr. ..ndMrs.
OPEN 6 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.

6 home Mrs.. L.Monday F Nelma Dinkins.after Keen visiting, returned her I1EJ R : i ;II 'YiIiWi$

Pure Tire*, Tubes, Batteries, n-ln-law and daughter, Mr. aadMrs.

And AccessoriesLet H. H. McConnell and children Dedicated To Community Service .I 1 1r

In Pensacola.For "Movie Are Better Than Ever"DOUBLE
6 ChristmasgiveIISTEItRROOK
a l s
SIL-I-KLEEN car an i : pen. Only $t: r .
us your
Tues. Wed. Dec. 19 20
print yen rhooM*. FEATURE ,
with |
by the Silicone The new *
new process
Hrad'"rci' County Telegraph.Mr Saturday Dec. 16 ONLY
way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 H. A Bishop Jr., and son :: The SLADE GAS COMPANY t

I WATERPROOF Corrosion Resistant Bl h, are In St. Petersburg after h I "

I \\\frs. Bishop that her received mother word Mrs.laatFriday J 1 q NFR tegos. 1.; WILL GIVE A TURKEYFREE :

-- I A. Wagg fell and broke her hip "

I Mrs. Lena Salvl. who has been e

LASSIFIED guest at the Avery Inn for the : : C : '

returned to her homyin
------ past
Morrlstown N. J., last weekend ,
*"? All Medela. County for Rawl.lllh Dealer.Steady She expects to AND 1 ,
r ""*'.. maraateed. year-round Income f
K.V.< KHF.PHBKO ', Mldille-affed man prefered. .olilhere .- uary.Mr. Mrs. H. N. Gllchrlst and I
,d C e. Starke. ,pk. KMRADIO Kawlelnh Product and C- J
at once
it year Nell of
over nce. R w- sons, Jimmy and .... .
and "perl' ;
.I\\.. {'''FoD *. flvlnic a1ta Dept. FAK.170-1I! l.urr. Bo. Ga., were weekend guests of WITH THE PURCHASE OF : .
1 pNll\OORAPHeU i ( DeSoto Station Memphlrll9 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs. The ERROI FLYN N
tit.ira..;... OC.r..t..dlHadluon Tenn.WELL. the Gllchrtstf

C. SHEPHERD St.: .. Stark FINISHED TURKEY TOMS I Biggs accompanied Jacksonville Sunday IDE STREarm t,
farm. Hens BSo Ib.Opal as far as One of Our Fine Gas Ranges
r.'Roal d..k model type. -15o- per.'furk.lb. at, Farm, trlorabOTt';; I II, where they took the children t( I PATRICE mMG srAltFarley lolmts ?

I l is Inch carnage. A-loon- FIs I the zoo. ) "aMaaYrY l

l it MS"fKlford"" County Tale. FOR SALE: Platt trailer M-ft. 1948mod.l. Holeproof and Gotham Cold (ranger, Cathy O'Donnell, KE W1111 *
: condition: hat Offer Good Thru Dec. 23 *
dl.; travelled Excellent little." Must .acrlflce. In- Stripe Hose at STUMP'S.Mrs. ; lan.il' Plus News and "So i'ou Want To t
Gainesville :0 "Jima
rockersnack of tLSOClop.
.. platform O. P. Dyal
desk \
clu. new .
fcN1baihrur"UB"d 1 I new" ne An Aclor" 81! rt
E Hot water heater. full..l.d. bar and.,tool..abllnde. en*- 'visited Mr. andIra.\ A. L. Alvare/ ml "F rm Frolics" Cartoon
"r'nth. ,

|'i.hunt: Pi.urlit Phone Court.4tp)91IIHome 17 rlns Rl, tall family chair..a.Roy No Excellent Marquette"scratches 1M anywhere.Rutans Plnehur.t small ,over\Mr.the and weekend.Mrs. Jimmy Harper anf of Sun. & Mon. Dec 17 & 18- Thura. & Fri. Dec. 21 & 22 SEE HEM TODAY '

Motor Court Sta.k.. Fla. "pCHIUB'H :daughter/ \Miss Annette Harper '

:..tlren.nt\ : $2,500Wafnut.'Stark PONY for Hale ch""P, flrntie. : Jacksonville were Sunday visitor WARNtRtiROS! AT OUR SHOWROOMSmall I.
plans at glee. J".al
New saddle a bridle aunr.aP. of Mri.\ JanIe Avery. a rugs qMC r
inagood4n. ..-L A.
\....,. Inc Xma 9 ml. east ot Sronker 'nn Friends of Mrs. Eustls McKnlght TNg MAy
unnlnll' wa..r. .Ieo.. ;. 4tP 12'22 she Is I confinedto M e y
S rood. to hear
delightful "I.w will be sorry :
/niv pert d"wn.P.. C. LIKE TO TRADE Kay her bed with Illness. gi Down I'oumenllP To 15 Months To Pay :
vnrth .
TROUT REALTY what have .
for camera or visit Stronu -- i
Walnut at guitar R' parade
? Hta.k.. Fla After I
lane Marljuotte
.... )'re.. you1 Writ. StarkeFla. 1 III' Herlong spent last
1. Rox. 100. \Mrs M. B.
nR RFST: Wat.r. lI.ht. with her son and daughter-in- '
take ror I. Rt. 1011 4 rah FOR SALE: Blond. '. m 1"I.CoSlJrP.U.P.fr.3IrMrnEdU / week M. Wiggins
\'; 1IUII... rut .... '"T'h-ornA" law. )It. and Mrs. Jack
0'IT. ,
III..(..h.,,'. III' Rog., 1TJ. Btark "p In Jacksonville while Dr. Her-

,1itPlital. ."".r. 11 wks.C .petS ..n"IUI lone was hunting. TAMIH9(
leak pan
3.. UII.-M. H. make ideal Slake It an DEBORAH -STEmTb8AnSER
calendars .
: *. desk the hnalnea. .llffniit point' for Starke Fla. Phone 121
{'hrbdmae gifts for Bradford -. A Call Street \\1 11
Up Olaf. 5..e them at the family. Pen _...UCHARO CARLSON_ '\
'n; "1 'Indln. hIUt"l In County Telesrraph. very member of Count Finn Latent New' 1'1... "CI.Myap">> Cartoon j
't'. 'p -". oftl... Mo'aT t'omplt'14I $2. Bradford i

14; .M';ht"gal F.: /NIx.r.: : all MOVING P.e Hilly Jack-on.HAULING J.koo"of j inn:..;, Telegraph.

I. Starker Fla. Up far Co., Ph. 11 or 49-W. .1

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DEC 15 Iy50() .1


Bradford County Telegraph. hal an located and purveyed by the.(Section' 2 3. T awash within Ip < South.20 feet Range each Florida'. rirraU Isj Court thMperr Bradford c..t7'1 ed January Court' t -, =
Meed Lewis of Brooher. Stokes. Sunday publlnh thla Order In next toutweekly state Road Department and a. 20 East following lying \ described ditchcenterllne l William Allen Mellon, .. tiff seeks nail, r. rrh'l,
4-11 Club I Mr. and Mra. J. E. Hardy anidaughters laauea.Wltneaa shown on the official map or plRIfll..d .Id. of lIt Drace Irehe Mcllone, dlr 1 1 ,.I rt sdfuMdiTelegraph rn Ar r
hand and official In this cause al part of the .83nrownshlpl6 .
my "ana South I Case No. 8188 'In next f, 'h 4t
of !B-ctlon "
The meeting: of the Brooker Jr Janet and Jayne ol at Starke, Florida, this December P.tltlon. line Range :20: .:.f3'at a point 1615.1 i Order of Publication A.<1 N.. ToAppear. : Witness Ir, a, t 0
belt visited her parents Mr 6th, lean la owned by Container Corporation of Northeast corner of "ATM' OK KI.OUIUA TOlOrace at Stark ,
High school ..n Club was Starke AmericaPnrcol feet South y\ ,I t'28th
Iva !Mae l..ewlll of
fly (OFFICIAL !South WrVt
thence : 1106
23 McHone whoa.
Clerk of meld Court aRid Section ; Irene residence -
Mrs Sunday. No.7. HlKht of Way, SRD '
In W. ,
Thursday December 7th and Mrs. Barry Aa 41 degrees 16 mlnutea 18 aeoondj and address. !I. Unknown: IOFF1C1AT 41
It was decided >- Ellis and Hy Raven. Crosby Deputy Clerk No.7. 15, West ( feet to the be Inninr ( You are required to appear onDecember :.
Parker's home. room. Mr and Mrs. Eugene IT. Prank I'flndrum Starke. Florida' That part of-: Lot 8 of Block Northwesthaving :! Hnvr" 1'Tly !\,
M. I). KunlneN MrvtlntfThe concave 20th. 1050, In the above
W. 23 curve ?
Town of New River In Sections a 0r"J.G\\ anilminutes ,
to form a Sewing Safetj, Springs (Ally for Plf. 128| 4t 12129 1.937 feet T. Frank ,: C
Union children of Worthington ____ and 24, Township II South Range a radius I named Court anrl cause, wherein i i 1. :'P C
Woman's Missionary .
Club. At the close of the meeting visited Mrs. Lottie Edwards and l"*v TIIM' cinrt-iT roviir OF TUPKU.II : 20 Kut lying within 60 feet on each" thence run 7ftouthweetern. plaintiff seeks divorce and rare, Atty for 1'I "
met at the Baptist church Wednesday aide of the line of State custody and control of minor child.Bradford 4t'Flnrldal
Th : "I'II .JLIJU" \I. 'lltfl'IT survey 112484 feet to 1. ;
the group. afternoon. ( curve Cleca/f
by alongald shall
were County Telegraph
songs sung Harry, Sunday Road Ko 8-2HG aa located and ly Cnmt
at i 3 mm : South
afternoon Dec. UK ClIFOftlt'ot'N'rY FLOHIII\. end of curve, thence run this Order In next ( I In bn.e gdr0rl
the (
toad Department ourweekly
wll be held Thursday aurveyed" by the Htata publish C"
o'clock. next meeting Mrs Roy Aklns. of Bell and I/'W JU'. TSMBHADPORD :\ and a. Shown on the of- 64 degrees 4t mlnutea nllnlt seconds Issues. L..ola Rnln j I", '
4.. COUNTY, a polltlrauhdllnlon West 29.89 feet to a on survey hand and official seal min Frankll 111, ,
January of Trenton : flclal man filed In this cause MSpart Witness my \ Bot
Mrs. James W. Thomas program Mrs Mitchel Akins of the Slate of Fl rl Varnadoe I'etltlonrr, va. H. A Kupp, et al. Defendant clenlnnated. nil ;hSta1rk80ex ( Order. Of 1>
Florence 2162 s"I
and "
chairman, In charge. The business meeting oi visited Mrs. In owned by Arrlne Jones Bhl3lINNINAof .
was .
The regular Willie Jonei. plllH 0$. the FOIMT OF : OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Appear 8'|'\'|'K"J'r < W1Benjamin .:
program was opened with prayer the Home Demonstration Club met Sunday. ] OF NOTICnNOTICF L.MINKNT: DOMAIN Parcel No. 10, Right of Way SRI ditch centerllne; thence 42 tun North.. >"*" As Clerk of said Court. Ix 1""nohll'la'n'r"' i

' by Mrs. Beulah Harrell. The Thursday Dec, 7, at the Commu Many folks assembled at the PItO'EEDINf: No. 10. J of Went 8i! d.'Brce 40 feet. 14:: thence mlnutea run North 08 By. J.Haven Thomas. Crosby Jr., Stark.Deputy Flo..hlaAtty" ClerkA. Point' !: North" Cai.i ; 't vi.AVt'ST.l ; ,
BY TUP : r H
IV f"fJ'ee.tR East6o
l subject of the afternoon was'" nity Center. Baptist Church. Friday night to OF TUB STATE. Of ntJ"taf.a"io" 23 and 24, TownshipSouth inSeatlole II degrees feet to 40 the minutes end of 18 ditchla seconds. for Flf. 1H3 4t 1US .."V' IP
"Prayer for Foreign Missions. The Brooker P. T. A. will again hear the Musical evangelists Rev. FLORIDA within owned hv Nathaniel Colbert .d Court ,oar tIt.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON.CEitcc flange. 20 East lying In Circuit' Coort. Bradford County < nrjf. ..
Those participating were Mrs. Eugene the annual Christmas Tree and Mrs. Clarence R. Belts. They : AND to all and unr.tie 60 feet on each aide of the survey and Katie: Colbert herebycommanded Plnrldm !. Chancery.Ouatitvo Telegraph. 4'hullcc'; i'
pprnonn of
sponsor and you
: 8-215 located You .
; line of Plate Road No. a. Perta,
DI Plaintiff
'j having' PlalmlnK I wffii'tli!!
right entitled
All or any
. M. O. Harrell, 21. In the !
Mrs. December everyone to appear !
Crosby by In
school enjoyed the State next
at the were title Interest, estate. mortgage or and surveyed by of DecemberIttbO vs Krmlnla Mlanq Scott DI I PertDefendant ', tour .. .....
SOth day .
Mrs. Wilson Green and Mrs. Robert and children are Invited. and Mrs. Perry Qalney and other lien to or on those c..I"lnpRro..l. Road Department and an shown on court on the what right title Inter ; Case. No 111 74 atWMlerkomy hnn'
parents Mr. .. of land hereinafter Ooiirrlh.el the official map or pint filed In to ahow nfyou have Order of Publication And Notice To 1ihA1F"
i Hlcrs. The meeting was closet] Skits are to be presented by the baby son, returned to their homein and the following perannecliitmlnir this cause ae part of the Petition. and<*nt, or lien you of the or any following Je..- Appear TATM OF FLORIDA TO. Uth, IDGO.Florida 't0t
of Mrs. R. Claus will : la owned by Oaors'la Southern In to any Erminla Mlano Srnttl DI l Perta, (OFFICIAL
: with a chain prayers by different grades. Santa Huston, Texas Friday after by through nr undnrknown and Florida Railroad. crlbed property and show cause why SEAL; ;
and address I.
who are dead, who whose residence :
F. Faulkner Mrs. Earl Willis and also make a brief visit/ i noon after visiting his mother, are not persons known to be dead or or alive: Parcel HI>. 12, Right. of Way SRD the name and should purposes not be net taken forth forthe In Via Nomnntano 305 Rome, Italy: *'y Haven. ACrudbykDOpuih: ,,

I Mrs. James W. Thomas. During Mr and Mrs. R. M. hers and Mrs. H. 1'. Galney friends and Room Container KOH. Corporation Cnn ollolaled of liulldlnr America,, No.That 12, part of Lot 1 of Flock the uses petition filed herein Declaration You are required to appear on 12' It V 1::
.1 the closing song, a Lottie Moon In Jacksonville shop- two weeks. Jaokiionvllle Florida 25, Town of NevRiver In SertlonN TARN NOTICE) that a
children were relatives for the past X23 and 24. Township A South: Range of Taking haa been. filed In the above .
) Christmas offering Wall given. ping Saturda.y.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hague, of Pine Arrlrie Street, Jones, Ft.878 Lauderdale Oakland, Florl"willle Park- 20 Kant: lying, within 60 feet on ntvled cauae, bv the Petitioner of these
aide of the line of the acquiringauthority
Thlrkeld each survey
Business matters were discussed and Mrs. Dorsey of : of taklna of theabove SEE
"1 guests the
were supper State Road No. 3-215 an located proceednit* US
Hague, Jonen, H78 Oakland Park,
; by the president Mrs. Eugene and daughter and Donald Gloverof I Florence Varnadoe Sunday Pine Street Ft. Lauderdale, Flori and surveyed. by the State Road Department d forth..In thedPetitlon. In purpone thl.o..dll'a .-
Mrs. and aa shown on the official aet
I Crosby concerning the W. M. U. Jacksonville visited Mr and MrsQ. da. map or plat filed In this causeaa ;: aa right of way, drainage ; FOR YOUR
and closed with a prayer by Mrs. I VV. Davis and children Sunday evening.Joe I Georgia Southern and Flo..ldRRallron" part of the Petition.la : and borrow pita for
of Rldgeland. S. C., P. K. Prown Vlce-Pre| owned by K. A. Sapp and Mabel"flurcel portion of State Road 8-215 In \
M. O. Harrell.FreemanReunion. afternoon.Mrs. Brown dent Macon. Qenrirla.. Bradford County" Florida and thnt SEA FOOD!
Curtis Melvin of Dundee Is visited his parents Mr. and MrsH. K. A. Sapp, RFD Lake Butler No. 15, RlII''t of Way SRD one of the Judges. of the Circuit.
and Mrs. Mary Florida. No. 13.Nvl Court In the Klulith Judicial Clr..UrJec'
The M. G. Freeman family re- visiting her son and daughtef-IT- O. Brown Nathaniel. Colbert. P. O. Box 464, part of: SWV1 of '.Eo'1 and ;; dr will: mJ.h'.I12h: ; day of
night. DellKlnde.I Florida. > Section AD clock
fora Green Thursday ". of HE 4 West of Road '
union was held at the home of Mr law. Mr. and Mrs Cecil Melvin Katie Colbert, New1 River, Plorl.4a. *23. Townnhlp ''0 South Ranger In the afternoon hereof In Circuit Fresh Fish & Oysters
Wilson Green Howard Douglas 20 lying within e on Court Chambers In Bradford.
and Mrs. John Freeman Sunday, few days. 115no.
N. C. Faulkner Joe Breedenand Maher Sapp, RFD, Lak. Butle.oFln..lda. o-r.le: of the survey of HtateRoad County Court House at Starke
the of Mr and Mrs. Raymond consider said Declarationof Dressed
Nov. 26th. Brothers attending Guests : No. H-235 aa located and surveyed Florida Free
and last weekend were Mrs Coy Edwards attended the HKUTTON 2B2-2BO, BTATB ROAD by the State Road Departmentand Taking, appoint appraisers. and
t reunion were: Sidney Freeman Mott meeting held at &258. BRADFORD COUNTY.Parcel aa shown on the official map make such order aa the Court deems
family of Lake City; John Freeman Hershel Layfleld and children of Masonic Lodge No.8. Right. of Way SRD or plat riled I An. this cause aa partof proper.All .
and Mrs. Jack Cove Springs Friday night. the Petition. parties to the suit and all$ MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
and family of Live Oak, and Man- Gainesville Mr. Green visited NoThatRe'rl or East S.4 of See. 11! la owned by Nathaniel Colbert parties Interested may appear and
nle Freeman of Brooker. Friends Simmons Bud Simmons, of Mon. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brown SWV of HI3"-1: of Sen 33: NreVtof NW. and Katie Colbert.. he heard at the time and place <]...- ,
Mott of children in JacksonvUe >4. 8H of NWW NW, of JBW% of Parcel No. 58, DITCH, SRD No. Iftnated WITNESS my hand. and
and relatives enjoying the occasion loch, and Marshall their Section 26: SW74 of BE..... 8WIof this Seal of said Court on this 27th CLYDE W. COLSON
last weekend.Mrs. 8WV1 or O Township C I LATERAL DITCH LEFT STATION dav of November A.D., IKSo '
were Mrs. Charlie Cooper and Starke. Mrs.Howard Mouth Range 20 nEal: : lying within 168 plus On, I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I Ph. 24S: 204 E. Call St. Sum
children of Starke, O. J. Green of Mrs. Brook Peryman of Gainesville Wllaon Green and DO feet on each aide of the mir- That r Part oft: 8W4 of NEW and Clerk. of Circuit Court of Bradford
Jasper Mrs. Ware of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Douglas attended the Junior v., line of Stale Road. No. 51.2111 NWV of NRV Went of Road of County Florida 12H' .4. I"I

B. F. Jones and grandaughter of Mott last weekend.Mr. High School play held. at

Macclenny, Mrs: E. M. Jones of and Mrs. L. I* Parker and o Alachua Friday night. '

Sanderson E. B. Dryden and chil- children, Mra. Doris Kelley and Roy Green and Mildred Mann

dren and mother-in-law of Jacksonville children, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell visited Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Duke ..

,' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shawof and children visited Roswell Kelleyof and children of Dukes' Friday

LaCrosse Mr. and Mrs. T. S Jacksonville Sunday. evening. .;' .. ",. -;.'"

Mann and daughter Mildred Mr. Mrs. Bennett of Galnesvlle la T S. Mann and daughter, Mildred "

and Mrs. A. I Mann, and childrenof spending this week with her grand- Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman

Brooker daughter and grandson, Mr, and Mrs. A. I. Mann and daughters of d J'the

Mann-Freeman Mrs. J. R. Mott. the Ziff section were In Starke on

Miss Theney Mary Mann and Mrs. C. F. Lltchfleld of Gainesville business Saturday. Ne-wv

John Flural Freeman, both of was. here on business Mon Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw of Lacrosse \

Brooker, /were married Tuesday day.Ernest were dinner guests of Mr.

afternoon Nov. 14. Judge McDonald Douglas Allen Lewis, and Mrs. T. S. Mann Friday even-'
of Gainesville performed the Thomas and James Hamilton were .

ceremony.The Iin Jacksonville on business Mon Ing. WMU Christmas social
bride la the daughter of Mr. The
day.Mrs. wlf be held a the home of
and Mrs. T .3 Mann and the groom E. J. Lewis and son. :Allen meeting
W. Thomas, December viwersraarThis
Is the son of Mr .and Mrs. M. Q. were In Gainesville on business Mrs. James are
o'clock.. All ladles
Freeman of Brooker. The bride Friday afternoon.Mrs. 20th at

was dressed in a blue suit with Ruby Scott and children invited to attend.

black accessoriesThe left here .Sunday for Jackson. Mrs. Dave Green, Mrs. E. W.

bride and groom enjoyed a I vile to make their home there'wlth Hodge., and Mra. Wilson Green

brief wedding tour to Silver ; her husband. She hade been em.played were In Gainesville shopping Tues

Springs. o here with American Tung

Birthday Anniversary Oil. Inc. day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and '

Emery Lewis was honored on Mrs. Mack Hunter of Lake City daughter Eloulae of Dukes visited is the happiest invitation we have I'ott'tiac

his 61st birthday anniversary Sun. visited her brother, E. J. Lewis relatives and were dinner guests, ever extended-an invitation to you to :

day. Mrs. Lewis served a delicious and family Saturday.Mr. I of Mr. and Mrs. T.V, Markey come in and see the finest most

dinner. The birthday cake and Mrs. Reddick Thomas Monday. beautiful, most desirable Pontiacs ever

was beautifully decorated with of Lake City avers dinner guests of T. W Markey and little John built. These are Pontiac masterpieces,

,colors of green and white. Those Mrs. H. H. Howard and visited'riends : Green were in Gainesville and new inside and out with a quarter.

present to enjoy the occasion with and relatives here Satur Springs on business Satur- century of thorough goodness built into

him were his children, Mr. and High every one Plan to drop in soon.
day.Mr. day.
Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and children and Mrs. Sanford Hicks and Lee Green of GalriesvU1e- and .

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner children of Starke were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Mack McCormick

Reed Lewis all of Starke and her parents, Mr. and Mrs N. G of Jacksonville, visited Mr. and

Mra W. M. Lawhon -aunaay.Miss : .

Important' (News For Iva Mae Lewis and Mrs.

1 Malcolm Lewis Lewis were In w

Starke shopping Monday after 1ra '
Growers and Stockmen
noon. cb ,k a & -

Court llradford (...a.t,.
In Clr"nlt
Flurldel 1. Cheweery Plaintiff; v.
Uutlur Ueorge,
: WHATLii Durothy Paul Bimpson a..or ..'eOrder ,,d n.181.

yt of Pabllratlon And >..tI... 'lo
App..... MI'AIK 010 frl.UHIIIt 'I'u4.
Caul aimpnon Uooiice whose res
and addreaa la :24.il 18th

Street, N. W., Washington. D. C, m>7<"' ii
PRICE You are required to appear on Lip
January 8th. 11)51, In the above
named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff eeeka divorce and restoration -
of tnatdun name milord iIILJ111 111,
County Telegraph. shall publish this t 6 li dlN/u/fll-i luu
UALITY ? Urdur In next, lour weekly IBBUB ,, ;., qy prosy,
Witness my hand and official seal y ,.
at Stnrke, Florida, this December
6th 1950.
(OFFICIAL BEAD A. said \ .
Aa Clerk of Cou.t.n .
Haven CroBljy, Deputy Clerk, ..
SeMen, Reldon Hulkllnir. Daytona :
Beach Florida Attv., for Plf r-- -
1318 41 18129SR _

a a 3 {.lrc.lt Court- : llrndford; 'Cituatnfr'larldni _
IM Ward Chapman, Plaintiff, VI. ,.,._. r
1 -. Roberta Chapman, l> f nduntCa
r .M; .e No. 8184
a Order of Publication And ><>tl<-. '1'..
; A......... nrtriKi.omit t let 'off
Roberta Chapman whoae residenceand .
addrem la: 4118 Korent Avenue.
In care of Mra. Ida Ovhrlnw", KannuftCity
You are required to appear on
January 8tn, 1951, In the above
named Court and "whtrrln
Proof of the pudding-and of fruit vegetables and plaintiff .....k. divorce causes, award of
meat too-I* In the eating. We all know chat when It comes child to defendant and other relief

to OUR eating. Some of u* forget It, though In planningour

crop. How RelieveBronchitis

Quality, Internal qu.llty-t.lte, flavor-whatever you want

to call It-I* what really profits you. In times of top demand

I sure you can get money out of almost any kind of crop. But c./IG '

get poor rough.quality this year U very apt to hurt you when thing Creomulifon relieves promptly becauM t/ld/ m'l'(: ((t' c f/art Dollar for Dollar

To get top quality this season-and every tcaton-may be it goes right to the seat of the troubleto

somewhat simpler than you think. To a great extent It mean help loosen and expel farm laden

the proper feeding of the soil, the right pest control measure* phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
j -at the right time. heal raw tender, inflamed bronchial! '
I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer and FASCO Pesticides have membranes. Guaranteed to please yon Fca.-tur; :for Fea..re can't ] f
you beata
or money refunded. Creoakulstoa has ;
been top. In Florida for over half a century The Wilson AcToomer :
of millions
stood the teat of usen.CREOMUJ.SION.
Repr.*entatlve In your community cart help you pl.

the) best way to use them to get top quality this teaao

very. *ea on. Get In touch with him today. nee CM.>* Wit C.We, Ant ........Ift .

I. The Mo.t. ...lll.l T.I., .. .
N'heela B. Ste.ag. Its..ed IloJlee by 17. II..I-Grlp Parking llrsfcrtmmtrmmtfmt u
Control Innert And
W & T Fisher
2. Aaaerlra'ii .. Panel
w..' Prleed '
Your Particular >er. av..> With Faaco Straight Eight 10. '..*.rl..:. J\.... i.trrl.r ToUr 18. Starting

WtTKHMKLOVFBRTILIZIOIIS J'estlclih-ni WELDING Wow on displayat 3. f..wa ..rl<>*d tar with ".r"o.I". FlMffer-TIp >."I."
: Hydraw.Maile I I. 1 P. Twln.n.e..
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8PI..O OF.T.4l1t.N Sprays 1 P your ....1.... Ever Hull 12. i.ng.Flex Cprinag. far 20. l-..sea l7 Lame, fall I II.

CHOP F"H'nLlZEIl" BaitsWeed 5. rh.l*>r> .f Silver Streak ":"tr. N..o.... Illde an Trunk Spare ."
inn lutKftMxxi rim : ";../.._Klftht .r Six 13.'rw: 91. I.ow Preanar Tires on F.de.PontlACDdlidaae

LATH FALL CHOPS 8. "' _**Ih. Fl..hlag Silver S..p.tr..m Fender with" Wldelllae
Controlv Medallion
Streak Prrt.riMe> highlight 22. Fre>nt and Hear Arm "' "
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t t um-VM.urs>An- Drive Hydra- ('urv..d N LdahlMd 2:1. Quality Fl_r C.v..rIIlJl-|
We offer the people of Starke I...*.
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A. McSWAIN LAWTEY Silver Star In.lruwenf SlllrOpd .
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I At The Tabernacle AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH that was destined to play an Important was dated Dec. 8. still serve you as mayor In the'I I I you again. Anders i'' 1
5. J
Moore In in the Thanking --
4 Sunday School 0:43: A. M. role let the afternoon's entertainment Miss Barbara was future M past.
In view of the serious times in Morning Worship, 11 A. M. After the guests enjoyed Tampa Monday night attending Ill
which Evening Service, 7:30 P. 10(. a brief period of Informal a miscellaneous shower given for
I we are now living, the Prayer Meeting every Thursday visiting. Miss Moore was given a her by her aunt, Mrs. Bruce Boyer.
Christmas observance at the Tab evening 7:30: o'clockI. bit of Instruction relative to what S. J. Futch, t R. Futch and

ernacle will be somewhat different .. 0. Hemingway, Pastor she must do if she wished to son, Richard, of Jacksonville $ 'l
this season. A sacred cantata will share the real pleasures of the were in Lawtey last Saturday.
be presented on Monday evening CATHOLIC CHURCH party. This started her on a Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville 500
(Christmas.) The theme of this Sunday Mass 9:13: a.m. treasure hunt beginning: In the liv spent the weekend with her
Church Presbyterian Church I presentation Is "The Gift." Read- Sunday School 11 am. ing room and leading; throughoutthe slater Mr W F. Moore.
thodist Ing and musical interpretationmost Week Day 'Mass 8:30 am. house. At every stop along the Lawtey people shopping In Jack t
First Methodist Church of 9:45: : a. m.--Sunday School for appropriate to the season, dayBible way she found directions for the sonville last Saturday were Mr.
I tordially invites you to at- all departments. and rendered by about 12 young Study Is every Wednesday next lap of the journey. Imagineher and Mrs. Charney Yarborough and
of at 7:43PENTECOSTAL: when, after searching children, Futch and
following services 11 a. m.-- Services conducted by people. : surprise Mrs. Joyce
the planned for Sunday. Der Rev. Alfred G. Taylor of Gaines I The through the living room bedroom* Children, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wy I:
!hip ville. Saturday Youth meeting of HOLINESS and kitchen, she was directed back rick Mrs. H. B. Arwood and Miss Will Reserve AnyMuptag
17: December 23 will also
be interspersed
r I the
9:45: Oth St. and Temple Ave. Into the living room and to Elizabeth Terry.
begins at : a. :5 m.-Annual Christmas Can with Christmas
school p. music and
classes meeting"woman's Sunday School 9.43: a. m.J: MornIng little house where gifts had been O. W, Durham of Jacksonville
Adult dlelight Vesper service recitations and other remember
the Worship 11 a. m.: Evangel the who found them
the YouthChildren's stored for one was attending; to business In Law.tey -
divisions meeting: The public Is cordially Invited. ances of the season tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Miss Moore was aided In her on Tuesday. WasherFor :
building. I I The youth meeting last Saturday welcom search by Miss Mary Ann Wells
? educational St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. was most interesting Mrs. who lent moral support by playing NOTICE'
,e Sunday morning church ser-i It. E. Simmons, It. D., Vicar James Hippie of Park: -of-the- "Home Sweet Home" on the ac I want to thank each and ev'ryone
will be held at 11 o'clock In'oman's Palms gave a beautifully illustrated RISING cordion. After the gifts were that voted for me on Dec 0,
\\ Club. The pastor" Sunday, December 17th, 9:43: account of the story of King opened refreshments of coffee and 1950 for re-p| 'ctlng me ss your Christmas On Our
T a Mitchell, will speak' am. Church School. Classes for Ahab and the Prophet Ellsha (In Mrs.. Edward NormanWe home made apple pie with whip. mayor for the City of Lawtey for
he subject, "The Inner Mean-i all ages, Nursery through Junior I the Old Testament), to an attentive ped cream were served. Co-hos 1951 There were some voters who
ot,f Christmas." I It group of young people and 'adults. are to report that Charlie teases with Mrs. Cook were Mrs dill not vote for me, but I feel like
Senior and Intermediate 1 High. The sponsor of the work con- sorry J. P. Wyrlck. Mrs. O. J. Philllpi you are my friends just the same,
Youth Fellowships meet 11 A. M. Morning Prayer and ducted both Sunday services and home.Underhill Is seriously 111 at his and Mrs H. B. Arwood. as I am a friend of you, and I will Convenient Plan
The church Is dally Lay-Away
m. and also have! an sermon. open brought Inspiring messages from I
130 p S. R Clark has returned from
fellowship In the educa,1 for prayer and meditation.hold Matthew's Gospel. The J.' C. Prevatt family enjoyed
of Jacksonville where he has been FREE !
following the even- Edna and Leonard a family reunion at the home of ,
I building Thy King" by R S. Morrison, Noogel are 'for treatment. We wish him a Jr.,,I .
Mr: and.Mrs. J. C.
.ervlce.t Sunday evening, December 17, at expected home Saturday and will!speedy: recovery. For Prompt FREE Removalof s
In Ocala last Sunday. The occasion -
Jlrected byj have a prominent part In the
Senior Kincaid Choir.with :Mrs. E. 7:30: In the Woman's Club Build- Christmas music. I I Those from this section who attended being the birthday of 3. C. Jr. Dead, Crippled, &Worthless -
W organist, will ing. The public Is cordially Invitedto church at Providence Sunday Those present at this affair :were Cattle Horses, Mules.
>erryman as the "Be- attend. were Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Nor Mr. and Mrs J. C. Prevail, Sr., & Hogs .
the Christmas Cantata Church Of ChristCorner man and family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman and
10th and :McMahon: : I Corbey Crosby and sons, Mr. and children of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs Call 132, StarkeWE

Bible School-10 A. M. Mrs Edward Norman and grand and L. H. Harper and children ol ALWAYS COME I Only Only
son, and Mrs. Gordon Jones
Mrs. W. E.
Island Sandwich Starke, and Mr. and
Coney Shop Preaching A. M. and 7:30P. : daughter. After services they
Harvey and 'amily of Orlando.Mr. Florida Renderers,
M. enjoyed a picnic dinner at'lhe $5 ..
and Mrs Arwood an.
('OR. CHURCH & TENTH STS. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Craw. Wesley INC. $5
the birth of Charles
each Wednesday 7:30: P, M. ford, with Rev. and Mrs. Wlndell nounce a son
Frederick, In the Naval hospital
at Jacksonville. Mr.Arwood -
Is In the Navy, surprised his family -
& Hot Dogs lOc I 8th & St. Clair Sta. with an unexpected leave and PHONE 218
Hamburgers Sunday School 10 a.m. LA WTEY In spending this week with relatives
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m L. II. Futch
SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m Lorraine Priest, small daughter
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m of Mr and Mrs. Hubert Priest,,I
ICE CREAM IN PINTS, CUPS & CONES Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m MUn Moore Honored, spent several days last week In

Mrs. Alva Cook entertained on St. Vincent's hospital In Jackson

CHURCH: OF JESUS CHRIST Thursday afternoon .of last week ville, where she underwent a ton-
& GroceriesCLEAN
Fruit ALL YOU DO Is pay $5.00 down, a small regular
but she Is home again
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS with a bridal shower for Miss Barbara sllectomy FLOWERSFOR ,
Services each Sunday In USO at Moore, who Is to be married now and Is getting along fine weekly payment until this Christmas and a brand :
and SANITARY Temple & Tenth Sts. Sunday soon. For this occasion the house The young folks of the Methodist ALL OCCASIONS new MAYTAG WASHER will be reserved for ;
School 10 a. m. Sacrament Service was tastefully decorated In the church attended the Garfield
DOC. and ALICE INGLERIGHT 6:30: p. m. Public cordially :Christmas colors, the highlight ol Evans sub-district meeting In Wai- you.

Invited. which was a tiny Christmas house do Monday night of this week.' (j) (
They were accompanied by Mr.
- - -
and Mrs. I.. H. Futch H. C. Kelly -
and Dr. W. T. Walters. .
Mrs. Joyce Ryder and small DISH GARDENS
daughter, Joy Elaine, returned POTTERY
PRE-CHRISTMAS from an extended visit with relatives ,. .
In Fair Hope, Alabama. POTTED PLANTS

Joyce's friends will be Interestedto FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE & SUPPLY
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session on Tuesday and Wedneaday. of the

at 10 week., which again was dls.1 I Bad News; Of The Week For School Students : Tile 7th,-8th and 9th grades science for departmeLt Df ,

appointing but at leaet it I. a Will Be Shorter This Year are to attend Tuesday's meeting farmll examlnalao!).
Xmas Holidays
FARMER'SDIARY record for us. We had, by Having planted summer ,nd I I and the 10th, 11th and 12th onWednesday. up to 00 percent or

way. decided to take no less than winter crops, we made application Bradford County acbool student. The purpose of thl. have been 1081 beealllt

$20 for t.hem, ao when t.hey were for the ACP payment which Is are finding otft "you can'twin"there'a Dr. Gartenhaus I meeting Is to give t.he student. of trouble.Atrectef.

auctioned off at $19 we "no saled" made for approved practlcea. _We going to be just .0 Wi)) Be Speaker the entire high achool a chance toexpre. ( pigs

Sam McGaney them, but another buyer paid our used to wonder :why more farmerl many school day., and that'stltat. .. their Ideas.Nancy two to four rang. In a

y price. We had intended. If we did not take advantage 01 help In This Vicinity DU fl J:1: !'Lter. weeks Sollie

The au&hor wW be ..... to recplve -. could not get our price, to take given by the government for ACPpractlcell Those who rejoiced when ..chool"let are fat, but al\\ have Pal,

Items of in..rellt co.cer. them back home and feed them but we know more about out" during t.he bad weather NUTRITIONAL ANJl\11A: membranes. The IUgiltat

InK the aeUvlUM of fanner. In up more fOr"a better market, but it now-for example, we need accompanying a couple of fall hurrlncanell OF rlos C.UJ'SED BYl1IN'ERALS produces deprelslon.

Bradford Oounty. 8u&CMUoBII maybe needll'as t lliay, in view of the high more time on our Jand and we are- now flnding t.hattheir' S110R'l'.AOEGa.lnesvllle "thumpa." ThoRa fall

JeU at the TeJerrraph ofOce or price of feed. we-were gla.d tqsell. know It, but the $64 queatlon ia! Chrlstmaa holiday. will be .tunted that
mall d to Sam MeO&rvey, Lawtey, Where to get the l'Ioney to pay for foreshortened by four school daYIlIn Fla. Nutritional and do (lot make p

F1orlda.L It. But we're doing what we can order t.o make up the lost time.wl11 anemia among young pigs Is becoming gains.Wher.

afford to do. close for t.he Chrl8tmas hoU- more prevalent If requests thla trouble
Went to the county
"freeze' hit we had no damage done to equip.ment and voted for AG County Commit.teemen. days at the end of the achool day for information coming to the Unl.verllity cur, D&'. Batte l

tOur first real us\\ but our crops suffered can.slderably. Feel that In view of the Had a lot 01 manure In chicken on Friday, December 22, and reopen of Florida AgricuJtural Experiment the red mlMral recomlllen

l weeks ago and really The combination of fact that these men represent housea and cow shed and only prob.lem 011 Tuelday, January 2. Int.hls Station are any ckiterlon.Dr. kept before or Islt 1111
wondering if we were In sunny how to it out Into the only .Ix echool daYIi wmbe the lOW
was get
way Ind
about assoclateparasltolo&lst
dryness, cold and wind just farmers and others in the County Edward G. Bl1tt al1 times. Given
Bradford County or back North inJiew garden with tho least trouble and missed instead of the custo.Ulary Plenly
th."disease Isoccurlng
killed every green growing plant and do a public eervlce that the aays red minerai and
Lowest temperature weeks.Audie
Jersl'Y. 23bllt on our place, e"cept the rye. Our teast we could do la to get out and bother. Rigged up a 63gallonateel two full more frequenUy in young and copper when IUpplellltn
we had on our front porch was (frum on the back of the need ,
the time, wae to the laboratory I
only consolation. at vote for them. plgll brought thrive and
we think It was lower, and the that the rest of the country had t.ractor, backed It up to the eheds.ftlled Murphy, fast gal,
bltb\g wind was cruei. Our water and that I. the drum, and then rode
plJK-8 frozen and ,while thinking of evpn worse weather,But we sUII Got some PTZ and. wormed our over the bedll (which had ,been Wanda Hendrix Quality HALL MARK GRIUTING
not a happy one. needed it C"RDS"HOTO
thawing them out we suddenly think the, climate here Is just a. three little gilts, One opened up for that purpoee) and In Park Film"Sierra" !'INlaHING
f"Y1l'mbered the car end tractor. badly all she :wall IImall".eklnny, pulled the manure out with a hoe.Hydralllc 14 HR. .IIRVICII

"1"h4! car was In Borne shelter and bout ideal. and drawn up around the hindquarter \ Uft on the tractor m:1kes coming t.o the Park -

9\Ifta\ not difficult to rescue, but Katnnka !!, and we thought it wouldn't this method feaelble, as the drum Theatre Sunday for a three-day Cluneras

the tractor, came very Took ftve tight pig. to market hurt the other two. Got to can be tlttl'd to the de8lr
c to dlaastn and It was only at Gainesville and got $20 a hundred get the tittle one growing a. we at will. Use diac hiller. to pull t.hebede with a background of wild horseeto "ORT""IT ..

after aeveral hours of work that for t.hem, which is almost. plan to eat her. (Maybe eheknow. back into &hape, and ,we had add up to a brilliant outdoor The president at the International ADVERTlalNG"HOTOOR""H"

....e wI're able to thaw her out and tops for the day. The flve :weigh.'ed it! the m..nure where we wanted It fllm co-atarrlng Audle Murphy and Board of Jewish Missione, Dr.
I c1raln the radiator and block. So 13 lbs. or an average of 27 Ibs. .. and not a tough job at all. Think Wanda Hendrix. Jacob Gartenhau8. witt be the -

Planted IS bushelll of Vlctorgralnoats. the manure will help the kitchen ThIs Is the ftrst etarrlng film for speaker at the evening service at Wedding & 108 W. CALL aT. PHONII 181 Diamo
.. 20 lb.. of Dwarf Essex rape, decorated PO aT c".o.
, garden a lot. young Murphy, the most the First Baptist Church, Hama'ton, STARKE. FLORIDA
I 20 Ibs. of rye, and about 80 Ibll. of hero of World War II. He play. Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock.Dr PHOTO. WaDDINg

i bitter lupine In the back 2.'AI acre Arter the freeze we had little the role of Ring Hassar.d, who has Gartenhaull wall born ofJewlll1 Our Reputation 18 Your Guarantee of Salis
three !
ftt'ld. Planted the flret or nothing left In the kitchen gar-I been raised to young manhood In parents In Austria. and

GIVE for stock to graze the on 11011.and den, ao we got busy and replanted : ncret. mountain retreat by hlr. came to thlll country a. a young J. R. uUInJrlon D. D,

the lupine to improve cabbage, collards, caullftower, radIshes father, following the latter's impll.cation immigrant boy in 190 His father ..HOTOQRA..HIIR Jaw
Hope that we get a good .tand aswe brussels onlona lettuce. murder which he did
sprouts, in. Is at present a Jewish Rabbi, of
to 3 heifer.. a bull
plan put .. EngU.h peas, endive, muatard not commit. 1 the Orthodox Jewish Faith In the
THE MOSt calf, and & hogs on it as .oon .. turnlpa, rutabagas, spinach. Their only hope of making 8 new national state of Israel, and

possible. It lIeem. Uke a lotI 01 Now we may, get another freeze, living Is to tame wl1d horses and I Dr. Gartenhaus will center much .

work and expense to plant a grazIng or, a flood or drought, but what have them sold by their friend of hie "menage Sundsy night around -
APPRECIATED crop, but it III either that or else Is there to do but try .galn f' Lonesome (Burl Ivea). When the prophetic teachings of

let your animal.. go.hungry. Riley (Wanda Hendrix), a young II the Bible concerning the late at

Our brocc011 was practically all lady lawyer from the vUtagest.umbles development In Paleatlne.I LOCALF ACILITIESof
;. Pop'. been busy lately cteanlng killed. Out of the 4..% acres we acrolls their hideout s I

G 1FT out the asparagus bel!, which had had growing we have only about 8or series of Incidents begins which I I received his Bible theological Institute trainIng ChiI -- quiet refinement'with organization
weeds.He at Moody
been badly over own In leads to the identity oft.he
10 row. left, and the only reaaon eventually
haan'"flnlshed the job yet, ,but we have that much I. because lIa&llarda and their hunted hidIng -I cago, Ill., and ill a graduate of of competent and thorough in its entirety -

for the whole already It looks a Jot better. and the : the Southern Baptist Seminary
family. we had not thinned out plants place almoat
what It Louisville, Kentucky. For enable this establishment to
thi. cold weather Is juat was fllmedIn
and the 8 or 10 row. had been Most of the picture
kill It off until ..prlng.We 30 years, Dr. Gartenhaua was In
needed to mountain country
So we'U de the fabuJous
planted 'YBry thickly. work render a fine and moderately priced
While Television Stocks Are ea1Jy Complete aU just about drool everyUmewe our be.t now to try to 8&lvage around Kanab, Utah. The stamped( charge of Jewish miasion
look at the bed and think ofhoW' of the with the Home mlasion board of
what we can and see If we can atleallt of wild hor.es, .
ADMIRALTEI.EIJISfJN good fre.h uparacu. ta.tes.. seed nd fertilizer I. fuJl of breath-taking momenta. the Southern Baptist Convention.He
RCA-VICTOR & get. our ." Is the author of a number ofbooka
orchard and and now aupervlees a millsian C.
We al80 got Into the .
out work that III world wide Inecope.
cleaned that out by cutting
the old weedll. raking and burning. Even the bitter lupine growing Recent Births He refer. to blmself, not Phone 7 Starke, F1a.
,with was knocked back
along rye
White we did It palmarlly for the badly, but not killed. The rye, l\IARY FRANCES DEA'EftS u a "converted" 3ew but as a"completed" -

orchard'. .ake, we discovered some though, I. coming along In &0)4 Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Deavers ot Jew.Christian All a audiences speaker,I IIn Funeral Director Ambulance Senltt
turned Early he ha thrilled
good gra. 80 we've condition, and .. a beautiful deep Charleston, S. C. announce the part of the nation and OUr local. tuneral borne enabea 1U to offer CODvenJeaoel
and Butch In and they're getting France., every
C H A R L E S C.SHEPHERD. some &Tua, Instead of the dried up.tuff green at which tills time la eepedally of the year.refreshing birth on December of a daughter.3 at the Mary naval hOBpi.tal several foreign countrlell. .emcn Dot otherwt e avat1able.We .

they MOere trying to eat.We're there. Mrs. Deavers was form.erly While in thl. area, Dr. Ganenhaull -
going to order 80me more of win be epeaklng Sunday
our Ml1dred Blrt Hamp.ton.
We worked berrle. juat before Mlsa
furnish the blghellt serrioe at lowest
type ,
trees throul'h Millll Rosa, but we morning at 11 In Raiford Baptist prtcll
t.h. freeze, and they were Al'c' r Ufe'1n urance pollc In force, I..d by A:
are al80 going to try and take bet.ter Church, Sunday afternoon at 4.. InGrandin accept )
care of the orchard. .. we've not burt particularly, probably be. CREATIVE ART SHOW at Paran Baptist Church, company, .. pa.nt ID part or In ,full OD fuDeraLCo

Radio TV Seat .Co" rs Upholstery learned that you can't aimply.plant cause alon"they a.were I othet not a.plant.far advanced In this- Emmaline Bucholz w1l1 ex.hlblt And Sunday night at 7:30: In th. ultAtion earrtee 110 obligatio,,"

and fruit unless you Mra. First Baptl.t Church, Hampton.
tree. expect
At 1east that ill
aectlon. ( our creative art work done by
care for them. gue...) .tudents from Starke and Pastor Bob Gray cordially extends -
Invitation to tc
237 Main an everyone
Gainesvl1e at her ,
Flnnt'gan. the water pump, went An adjoining neighbor burned 237'Maln' hear Dr. Gartenhaus at any or all
Galneavl11e at her studio,
and'we had Koch's StoI
I on the "fritz" again these Drug
of engagements.
trouble until we ftnaUy had off a field. told ue about It In advance Friday from 10:30: a.. m. unUJ 15p.
and we helped him keep it m.. The three-day ahow opene!.'
That man,
YADUUM CLlA... IPI00AUSn-, a repair man fix It'up. from,:spreading. We think that Wednesday. Agnes Lawaon anc.' STUDENT
by the way, told'U8 that they had .. .the to burn atleat.lthelps I I
proper way ; Martha Landrum of Starke receiv.ed ,
I 30 to .40 water pump. in for repair COUNCIL NEWS
HandsoJllely the protect your nelghborll. blue ribbons of merit for
that Iu1d frozen up
exhibited In the low.lor .
freeze. We, protected ours byleavlnlf In the. absence of the president

a tap runl ng very slowly We put the Jut 7 remaining old fenc posts (and treat them,) and vice' president, the aecretary .... :r..
next to the.pump. ladl"s, .(old hena) and'3 young then will put up a fence, cut the took charge of the BHS Student ._

.. roosters In the deep freeze. There'. land over well, and plant Pan.goJa Council meeting on November 29.Mr. Until 10 O'Clock For Your Shopping Convenlen
\ Speaking ,of that reminds us a doublo lIatistaction in that' asAllee grass. Oh,' es'we have to1Jme Partin attended the meet.Ing .
that for a time practically nothing and aSked the Council if we
chickens It flret and fertilize.
now aome ready SHOPPER
around here waa in running orde.. to .cook, and. w.'ve ut, off that would try.to stop the confusion In -.
The watl'r. ilVali ,off. the bathroom much fepd which :was being prl1c.tlcaJy One of the problemll that Sam the halla at noon.. If the Council ,
light wouldn't Ught, a kltcJten window ] wuted. encounters Is In meeting folks around Is unable to do anything about thlaI f VISIT

was brojen, Ule radio wa"tore .. here and not remelnberlng problem. he. will be forced to put BEST

up" and the television aet out Of cOUPso when egg prices are their nl1mee. It Is terribly embarrasing a teacher on' duty In the hails OUR
of eommla lon. We ftnaUy got them I lunch He alllO BUYS
high all chickens seem to drop off and it III just one of during the period.
aU ftxed, but It ,won't be long bo. that a from the
In 1'1'1' production. We're not tellIng those things as Sam elm ply can. requested person
i : fore aomethi\g el8e goes haywire, : the government how to run'nll not remember NAMES, no matter Council make' a report to him on BARGAIN IN TO

Living 0/1 a tarm today III compUcated" business (and what a bUBIDese how hard he trlea. So If on meet.ing the progress and activities of the .
and a farmer has to be he looks vague, remembethe Council. COUNTER
: It's Rrown to be) but it .eema tous you
able toflx, practically 'everythingr that tile "trust bustera'" might can't remember. The Council planll to hold a joint
know where to get. things done. !
tak.. off .. Jlttle time from trvlnll $$1
;;'dis ; the big corporataon.'and SOC
With television again to watch '
get after our chickens on a

Is at not night as, bad Uvlng a.out it u in ed the to country be. We charge of "reetralnt. .of trade." @IG [5ffA1'H R says

have good entertainment right hereon Have definite plans for establishIng Come in And Use Our Lay-Away Plan
our farm and It helps to reat
aacre permanent pasture
mind from the thousand and
your I .. field not being used now. WOJ !'
worries. that with farm-
one go cut off the trees that are growing I II I

At a meeting held here reuntly -
the School Board deided ME CET.UM NEW
W.C. T.V.
that all county schoolll FUR COAT FOR

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