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 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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[1 lOOOOPaid I Ihr 7eY. I Local Athletes 'National Legion. Commander

for Shares Win LettersAt Speaks Here Friday ,

i Corporation University' I Erie Cocke Jr., National Commander of the American

r Kt Baptist Choirs Legion is scheduled to arrive in Starke this morning; (Fri "1

I Andrews president of the Former Bradford High athlete day) at 10:40 o'clock for a brief appearance at ceremonies to "

idford Guy County Development En- continue to make good at thelrhonen :Will I 'e Heard be held in Memorial Stadium._'

sprues, Inc. announced yester- k w N sport at the University ot I Sunday Evening A. J, Thomas Commander of
Lvr that the first J10.000 has been Florida. Poet 56r state that due to the k

Ll Into the corporation treasury Last week Jack Eaves and Jack AH three choir. of the First brevity of the National Commanders -
[presenting the sale of 100 hares See The Christmas Story Walnwrlght received sweater and I Baptist Church: will\ unite in a visit the. program will be
Ltock. Primary objective of the. monogram for their playing on the program of Christmas music Sunday streamlined to allow the youthful
Iporatlon is the construction ot: r Told in Beautiful Tableau freshman football team this year.: evening at 7:30 o'clock. I Legion chief a* much time as l

I building In Starke to be leased Both are' attending the Universityon The program, as announced by I possible for his address farmer.,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A 29-year-oid ''Stock
ipanufacturer\ of work cloths.: scholarships and though Eave Mrs. Lax Green, choir director Is businessman
/ raiser, and transportation
["With the collection of this $10- Thursday, Friday, Saturday December 21, 22. 23 of played fat only he one scored game because touch as follows: executive of Dawson da.,

0 we are now ready to do busl-' The Tableau will be presented three times each evening:, beginning at 7:30: an injury, one Organ Prelude: Melody of Christmas Cock was captured four times
doW WainwrighWM
on a 33-yard
IM is a full-fleged corporation" 8:00: and 8:30.: Seats will be provided for spectators in the open courtyardof used as a defensive pass. tackle and Carol. i by the'Na.l in World War II and

|r. Andrews said "and present the church. Eave a* an offensive end. Congregation A Choirs: "Hark I : was "executed' ''and left for dead'

editions make It necessary that .Another former Bradford star. the Herald Angela fling." : In 1945. He I 1. the youngest national

L i push sible this .project Undue Just delay as rapld-could Park Is Named ,, Three Calls Give Daytona Rites ,. Glen-,Conner, who did not receive Prayer and Scripture reading I Ii baa ever commander had. that the Legion

UK u po unfavorable complications For. Past PresidentOf Fire DepartmentBusy For W. N. Carnation any.type..of for the.cross scholarship country team., tried out H. i Luke 2: 814.Beginner Choir. :'."Llttie Baby In I His visit her i le part of. a Whirlwind *

i the coat day of materials and governmental is advanc- Woman's Club Two DaysThe Formerly of Starke also received a ,monogram last the Manger Love You' by Adams Florida tour town that and I* taking cities: him In three to 97 +e.4'N!

r; very week for his excellent running on Bella" Parker.
"Christmas by
trlctlona might stop construe- At its meeting here Tuesday 63 former ; day. Accompanying him will be
tire department responded w N. Carnasion a the freshman cross country team. Primary Choir: "Stare Were :
on i of this type altogether' we night the City' Council voted to a call to the Edward Burns home,, part owner ,of the Park TheatreIn Conner was an outstanding track Gleaming,". arrangement from a Department Commander Don K ", .r

alt too long. and Therefore others who I urge are accept a recommendation by the corner of Madison and Westmore Starke, died Friday Dec 15,, man in high school and placed firstor Polish carol; '.'.An....., We Have Carroll of Adjatant.Jacksonville A. Reid and Mann Department ) ;
II businessmen Starke Woman's Club and name r
fcterested in helping to bring this the park on Church Street the. land streets Tuesday afternoon In Halifax Hospital Daytona 'participated.second tn every He meet excel In In whichhe the Heard on High" arrangement froma of Tallahassee, top officer' of the Cmnmandei: Erie C.rkit I,.'

tory to Starke to net'at once." Mary O: WaInwright Park. ,. when the circulating heater flaredup ,' Beach following an attack of pneu French carol. Florida American Legion. ,
longer sprint
due to a faulty carburetor. The Junior and Senior Choir.: "AwayIn Florida 1 the 32nd state to be he escaped. ;
I composed of Mr.Jndrawi The will be in of the monia. ,
A committee name honor present another Bradford r
Sen. Charley E., Johns, late Mrs N. D. Wainwright, one of fire was confined to the stove: Mr. Carnuloll"was born In athlete I* playing eon the U of F Manger" arrangement" by visited by the; vigorous Legion During his second escape he led: R
and there was little smoke damage. Scholia Holy Night by A- national IT other In raid which
I IO' leader since his election a* prisoner a
far! Johns and H. P. Morgan was the early presidents of the StarkeWoman' : : Trlkkala Greece,where file mother basketball team. H* I* Frank
afternoon the Adam arangement, by Los resulted In the of B92 ;
Wednesday department dolphe commander In Angeles on capture Geet t
\ this week cone Club who was instrumental ,,
Jacksonville early Dryden, one of the most remem- .
f was called out twice. Once and brother are still living He Waillngford Rlegger.Duel October 12. H* broke all precedent man' soldier by official French
rang with executives of large in promoting project bered star ever on a BHS basketball -
seems that have branches in during.her lifetime. I for a grass fire on Eleventh street came to this country in 1911 and quintet.. Local fan are eagerly : Senior Choir: -Silent Night by making a 10.000-mit> motor count. The German caught him .

larks. The current Improvement pro- I behind the Dixie Motor Court, no had lived In Daytona Beach since following hla prgres In basketball Holy Night" arrangement by -Wet. trip 'through 18 states,. from again and decided to put an' end to ,

at the park is nearing com- damage. The other was a home 1944. Early In World War n hewa I .ail with echo choir' I coaat to coast In the Interest of his activities for all time. .A. Nazi.
this '
I "They were very much interest- ,gram on the Jacksonville highway edgeof :year ,\ '.: I the 19S1 American Legion memb r. firing. squad riddled him with..... I
"' Mr. Andrew said, ."as they ,pletlon. .Tfce\ cement ;walk, running a partner In the constructionand .",. Combtna{ i( ,:.i'"IQY; to the' '
v Good- 'J\ bullets Prussian, officer -
Abe "
city llmlte.wpeq by ship oampalgn.< chine gun : a
letllM diagonally through. the area of the Park Theatre World.
what thla factory payroll the sidewalk wine colored. The walls of the operation Oliver Smith wl In World War II he tong)t as an .i administered a' eoup-d-grac ,
lould mean to Starker and their has been finished and In BtarVe,. and resided heW for : ,So.tlude. I '
in .and"
house were caving inby the time Is ." Infantrybattalion,commander under vith* pistol atigt the back
ores here. I am *aurq we,,can on" two tides: 'Is voted also" complete.nhtto fire department got.her*,and the several years. At' the tlmfi:11Ihie ) = Co-producer ""' Major General A. C. McAullfCi l Locke was left.for dead. Hour :.

unt on them for some very aublantlal The Council metal Tu sday swings to house and fursrishlngs were a total death he was'ont five
support.. purchase of loss, amounting to about $3.000 snot the Pier Casino at Daytona : the Nazi. during the) Battle of from biding to bury the 'dead they :
the ,
place in the park for use .. Oliver Smith, son of Mr.- and
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In a telephone conversation :with I Beach the Bulge General McAuUff has found Cocks still alive During '
Ifr. Andrews Tuesday night D. S. children. K Mr*. :Ivan M. Bernkopf of Keystone described Commander Cooke as the; next 14 months he was in. 27 !
liceloff Christmas Baskets H* wa a member of the Greek Height and Wcllsboro. Fa., I I. co- Here Tonight t
president of the manufac- "the best Individual soldier I saw hospitals and underwent 14 major'operations.
ring company that proposes'to' C of C Secretary Are DistributedBy Orthodox Church :Mason, Elks producer of the musical revue during the war," .. f

|pen a branch factory In Starke, Thanks Public Local 1 and Ahepan and was the first "Bless You<< All,*' which opened at Commander Cocks' combat experience Today he ha recovered all bl I. .
of the Beach tile Mark Helllnger Theater In The Bradford girls and boys opened
laird that he now has complete president Daytona In Europe was filled with his former vigor. He I I. six feet
lana and specifications for the For Parade HelpThe SO and 60 baskets Greek Community Center. New York on Dec. 14. Mr. Smith up the 1050-01 basketball season high drama. During hi* spectacular two Inches tall and weigh 210 Itt

iding here. He urged quick ace Chamber of 'Commerce packed with good things to eat f, \ services were held Sun- also designed all the scenery for with Win over Palatka girls battlefield exploit* with the rounds. He ha been Introduced .
.... at :2 o'clock In St. this' 'production, which the New and boys In the Starke armory last
e i on the part of the corporation wishes to its appreciation will be distributed to needy; families day' .noon 103rd Division, he wa* stabbed bya often a* "America's most eligible
in express Mary's Episcopal Church Daytona York Times, In Its review says. Friday night. A large home town shot woman bachelor" and last the Junior
constructing the building Phil and Harley Strong in Starke and surroundingarea Gestapo agent, by a year
to Vltsky
frder to avoid future price rises. the local civic clubs and all who this Christmas. with Rev Papaceces, Greek he has made the most stunning assembly'of fan watched the girls sniper, hit In the head by a stray Chamber of Commerce selected
I I \ from behind the third
Orthodox priest of Jacksonville how In town. come I
bullet and the Nazis him as "Georgia' outstanding
contributed money or took part In The Job of distributing the officiating The New York Herald-Tribune quarter to win by a 45-38 score captured by t.
three time' The first two times man.
last Fri young
otarians Enjoy the Santa Claus Parade baskets is being coordinated by He Is survived by his- wife, Mrs reported that the new revue ha The boys had no trouble with the

Christmas Party day.Mrs. the Starke Ministerial Alliance. Adeline Carnasion of Daytona. style, wit, pace and musical felic tall Palatka quintet, final score being Pecan Sales Here Blanding Shop f
Marian Howe, C of C. executive Cooperating in the program are 39-29.

Members of the Starke Rotary secretary, reports that local churches and their ladies ity.Mr, Smith, and has partner, Herman The girls' game wan close I Total 73,381 Pounds, To Have Vacancies r

tub enjoyed their traditional I 3,500 suckers and BOO bags of societies Junior Woman's Club Levin, are also the producers through the first half with the visitors Bring $20,496A As Of January 1 ,
Santa and Llonr
distributed by Club ,
Istmas girt exchange and poetic candy were Elks Club Rotary of the hit musical "Gentlemen Prefer ( holding a halftime lead of I !"

geld day at the regular luncheon and his assistants.The donated Club. Blondes" which has been running 2218. Jeanlyn Jackson was high total of 73,381 pound. of pecans Col. J, A. Griffin, director of t.;

Reeling: Wednesday.Each balance of the money Es for over a year at the Zelg- corer for the Palatka girls with were sold at auction at the maintenance shop operation at

member gave a gift and will go toward the payment the Serves feld Theater in New York and designed 20 points Three Palatka lassies Stat Farmer Market here during Camp Blanding states that there

|.ad a poem dedicated to the fel- of the loud speaker used in Mrs Free Theatre Party the scenery for that well- went out byway: of personal fouls, the season just closed Average; will be several job openings there '.
w member whose name he had Chamber of Commerce For Children TodayAt o s7 known play. Phyllis Strickland with 20 points price for all nut3: including the badoffering. a* of January 1, Mechanic. and
In f
Howe, stated.Sanitarian. Mr. Smith ha* friends In Keystone I radio repairmen will be needed. w
Irawn the week before. More than was high scorer for Bradford early'in the season, was
p was collectedly "passing the Florida TheatreAll Height where he spent last Mary Frances Hazen, playing her 28c per pound. Good grades he said '.

("1'g" and President Bill Graham SpeaksAt KoreanWar. Christmas visiting his parent First gale for BHS, was second brought an average of 32c. In order to be eligible for em-'
children In Starke and surrounding Mrs. Bernkopf left last week to ployment In tV) shop, applicants)
flounced that this would be add- Lions Club communities are invitedto nigh scorer with 14 points Helen Cross receipt to growers for
the of the must be members of the National
be at opening
I to other "pig" money on hand"r annual Christmas present Barry, co-captain with Clair Cox nuts sold through the market herr
sanitarian attend the new revue and 1 III now visiting Guard or eligible' for membershipIn
the purchase of Christmas bar Jack Trawick, county Florida Thea- cored 11 points, getting 7 out of totaled $20,4 90.08.

r 8t4 for a number of needy fam- was guest speaker of the at Lions the matinee tre this party morning at the(Friday) at 8:48: : her sons in Niagara Falls N. Y.I 9 free shots, a very good percent. Last' year 31,914 pound were I Persona.Interested the Guard.. In employment

pits.Girts regular meeting He show o'clock. I age.The sold at an average price of'24H In the shop may contact CiJ.Griffin ,
were presented to Mrs.Corner Club Wednesday night. Rites Friday girls' game was exceptional. cent '
Harris states that at Camp
Swlndall, the Rotary plan- ed an interesting film on water Manager Ira I Iv. roueh. but as the season progress Blanding. r
For A. A. Hazen
admission charge
will be no ,
Mrs. Myra Dyal, caterer, andr pollution.A there Dog Rusty" will W. B.. (Bill) Edwards son of : **, this team should smoothup METHODISTS BREAK, GROUND
r atsistants fried chicken supper wa of any kind. "My Gainesville Realtor and play the type of ball that
and the Mr. and Mrs. B. :E.: Edward of
Rev.L, and served by Maxlf ">e the feature attraction I will make all Bradford)1m lie.
[ Shepherd led the memnhlp prepared '
will also Include a popularcartoon. Starke, wtu' spend Christmas with A. A. Hazen, 07, Gainesville /.
Arnold, Buddy Bishop program I Palatka' boys with only 9 days
In singing a group of Carter, Joe I Uncle Sam' armed force in Ko ,,.
his horn there
realtor died at
l btmae carols. and John Anderson. I practice to 1 days for the local boys
at 51Is. r
He was serving Japan
rea. : morning. He was a
Wednesday' ouldn't find the range of the bas
the time the Korean war started native of firocker, and had lived
et for three full quarters.
I I WORK PROGRESSING ON NEW COUNTY JAIL I having been sent overseas In Sept.'.In Gainesville for the past 21 Arthur Winkler and Eddie Matthews .

1949. Before joining the Armyhe year : were high scorer for their
During of the second-story t I was a student at BHS. He will, H. was b member of the Primi- respective teams, each scoring 1C .
"crete floor stab this week II be glad to hear from his friends at tive Baptist. Church of LaCrosse point. Hazen waa second high y '

Irked the nth week of construc- I I the following address: W. R. Ed- Survivor. Include his widow, with B point Connie Clark< a ? f

Ion| on the new county Jail at wards-14328771. B Btry 13 F. A Mrs; Opal L. Hazen, Gainesville: newcomer to this year's team.

ralt and Broad streets. iM11 1 t jIC Bn.. APO 24, Unit 4, care of Postemaster five daughters, Mrs. A. S. Laird, scored S point and played a..l'ood

'Work on this building got un"aay C San Francisco, Calif. Crawfordvllle; Mr Wilbur floor game.

on August 18, but delays Marahburn, Marianna; Mr. N. Hazen. Winkler and Clark pour t tI tl

delivery Of steel held up conation Christian ChurchWhy DeVane William, Bon I fay; Mrs. ed some) beautiful shot throughthe

ther for five weel. and an- Evelyn Fout and Mrs. :E:. H. .basket.to the delight of fans. t, l

week. ot delay wa* laid tcurrtC3ne not plan to attend Bible Meadows, Jacksonville; one son, For a first game, It turned out to e te

.' In early September. School this Christmas to Worship James A. Hazen, Tavares; four 1 be a rather smooth affair with nc d

L are then, work ha progressed the Saviour of the Word-The brothers. O. W. Hazen, Brooker: ,boy leaving the game because of '

.llIy rapidly, according to Con- Prince of Peace? Our school begins T. C. Hazen. Hernando; Dr. 0. B. bul*. -' I

ruction Superintendent B. J. .1 at 10 a.m. with C. W, Colson Hazen Hawthorne, and Fred Tonight (Friday) the Lake But. i.
JOlraey, with completion'' expect.bmetime a* superintendent Morning Worship Hazen Gainesville; two sisters er team will Invade Starke. From \

in March. at 11 a.m. The minister will Mrs L. A. Brown Brooker, and all reports, both boys and girl will t-

Enough building material are "speak on "The' Meaning of Christ. Mrs F. M. Sanderson Tampa. be pointing for a victory over the ":0w +a o Nsy e a., ,Mp :
'lre.dy) on the yard to,- assure m.". The Lord Supper Is served Funeral services will be held at Bradford baiiketeera. Lake But- tor,

J"'tloB without any .ddltlon- at 11:15: ajn.,. 3 clock Friday afternoon In ler'. boys and girl team art 't ,.

dellvery breakdown, Cooksey ,,, .. __ a" # / The evening service will be given New Hope Church with Elder loaded" this year with good play-
lei.or "ate" M % ; Y11. 't 1 over to a Christmas program. Louie Crawford officiating. Burial e... *o this game should be a

fireproof! construction, the ,..-- ,.. n r (The public I La Invited! to attend. -trU3 be In New Hope Ceme "must" for the fan from this secion. M 11N
ow JaU wlu have the 1 tery 'Under the direction of De- N nl-
offices for
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enrf ,..1\ .1
''J&rtera and for the the warden warden, Ihlng and --. ,.- rr' c.:: Attends ConferenceClarence Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. SO and Game 25 cent time, 7:30.: Admission I : 'to. ,;rrr il 4t r,<. r. t..

.a&J family, a prison ;yard and nor- allowed- out Into the huge "day-I' Local mmn working on the new T Raymond Howe. Jr., Farm Bureau Plans ,. 'f'.f fS'j

accommOdation for 20 ****- room" during daylight hours. jail include bricklayer Robert I son of Mr. and Mrs C. R. Rowe MeetingA At London PartyWm. FIRST SHOVEL! : FILL OF DIRT on the site of construction of

hate men and women, both Equivalent facilities are planneo' Judd and Rudolph H. Bryan, and of Starke, attended the Mid-Cen Important ha new Methodist Church building In Starke was turned by Dr: Shuer -

unk. and( colored. Additional for women prisoners..The :'aborers M. L Lawson, Z. Z. Crif3ns :tury: World Ou\ ook Conference special meeting of tile Brad- B. Seoggfnschief quartermaster Peel of Gainesville, District Superintendent In recent ceremonies' \
'or.\win be available to handle hospital cell V. King. Construction ,held at Bob Jones University In Bureau la caned "USN. 1* one of a group
old jail ha no ,, and Harvey ford County Farm her. Rev Thomas G. Mitchell pastor of the church looks on approvI,
prisoner If Cooke Greenville. S.c.. December !*-!.. of sailor and Wave who'playedhost
0\ hOSPital necessary. cell and normally ac Superintendent for Friday Dec. 29. at 8 p. m. ingly. Awaiting taelr: turn with the shovel In the background
; areleft
bed no violent and Conference featured speakers to English children at ,
wilt b, available Race Alien, The needy
i the la"1. IT prisoners Inan. ey, job foreman In UM courthouse. All mmberiare ( to right) T. H. Slad. Mrs. L. A. Davie, C. H. Naaworthy And W. "
only of the world each Christmas held December
and all
also a .peclal cell commodate. laborer Joe Johnson are from from part urged to be on hand, a* the s party
four member of
\'talent cuea, with. talnlat At present there are and another .brtc:" speaking on hi* own country-It*. business will be closed 20 at the 17. a. Embassy canteenIn H. Nollman, the building committee, Resell Seymour '
HI 1 colored men, and Tallahassee put year' architect. Mrs. W, G. Hall. of the WSCS. and E. S. Matthew
PrlIIn! ig-cushloned wall white men two in layer, William BukdU! come from precent condition, future outlook out and next year program start London England Scoggin lone
I' will be confined tC one colored ;woman confined Lake City. and aspirations. ed. home I* on Route 1, Stark.* lime church trustee.
at night, but may be the jail. 'I

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j ESTABLISHED 1879 E.L.MATTHEWS. OWNCH-BOITOH Christmas (3reean ni 2 Santa Saysf -

; PubUnhnl Clam Matter Every at the Friday,Port: tg aBBOtt S and OIHco Entered at 8ta a.rt Secoad e,ITU. I A.w f i for your Christmas

1.59 For elK Month. f
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Another Christmas comes to pass with the soft, clear I Qteet eAtes I See
'.I ring of carols: almost muted by the harsh dissonances of a! are tie y oCH1IST I Bill iJOWli1tc
still undeclared war. Almost-but never quite. For to the -- -
: discerning ear the overtones of the Christmas message are '
: made more poignant by the stark dispatches from the dip- ASS ; I --0 _u _
s! lomatic tables. That message is for all-bringing hope and 1,
courage and comfort wherever one may be. Let us listen to' ,1I I
,I its bearer,telling us the purpose of His coming. I Ga Over SO to Choose
N "I am come a light Into the world, that whosoever 1 Fro
) believeth on me should not abide in darkness." I .
If we truly commemorate this day,we shall improve our 'f All Makes & Models
understanding of the Christ,relight our faith,and not let the
temporary successes of evil darken our vision.
J "I came .. to save the world. .'I am come In ,
J my Father's name,and ye receive me not." and accept bestSEASON'S
" This Christmas commemorates the date of'His birth- .
not without sadness. For if His spirit were truly in men's WISHES
i j love hearts would, intolerance reign. would be lifted from us and brotherly | The Car of Your Choice New & Use<
1 This Christmas,when it is so sorely needed,let there be from '
a prayer in our hearts that His word be re-heard and'remembered The, Massachusetts Protective Association.Inc. J.
, around the world. The Paul Revere Life Insurance Co. "* *
11 III! ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing tlll I II) SPECIAL AGENT ,
ii! Established 1884 1016. N.E.15th..Place, Gainesville, Florida, Phone..8331_ 1951 MERCURY 4 Door Sedan 1951 MERCURY'2 Door Sedan
I. '" II T I T -"'- T'
,'; 1951 FORD 2 Door Sedan 1951 FORD 4 Door Sedan

1951 FORD; Coupe 1951 FORD Yz Ton Pickup

LOVETT'S 1951 WILLYS Station Wagon 4 Cylinder 1951 WILLYS Station Wagon 6 Cylinder

Jl 1951 WILLYS Panel Delivery 1951 PONTIAC,4 Door Cylinder Sedan]

1951 FORD '/i. Ton Pickup 8 Cylinder

I STARKE, FLORIDA Prices Good Through! Sat., Dec. 23rd

J 1950 MERCURY 2,Door Sedan. 1950 CHEVROLET Belaire

.. A Christmas To All 1950 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan 1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door Power Glide
1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door Fleetline., 1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door'Styleline

1950 CHEVROLET '/. Ton Pickup 1950 NEW
1950 FORD 4 Door Sedan 1950 FORD 2 Door Sedan

I 1950 FORD Coupe 1950 FORD Vi Ton Pickup

MILKS g 1950 FORD. Panel Delivery
TALL .g 1949 FORD 2.Door Sedan 1949 FORD 4 Door Sedanr
c'': ,
7StI 1949.FORD Club Coupe 1949 PLYMOUTH Suburban Sedan

I CANS. LB. 1949 MERCURY 4 Door Sedan 1949 MECURY 2 Door Sedan

, 1949 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan 1949 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan


PEAS 25 CRANBERRY SAUCE 1949 CHEVROLET.Vi Ton Pickup 1949 CHEVROLET 3-4 Ton Pickup

303 CAN 1949 FORD !Vz. Ton Pickup
303 CAN --' I,

10. e Pork NO.2Yt & Beans 2 For 35e2 For 25 1948 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Sedan 1948 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan

1948 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan 1948 CHEVROLET 3-4 Ton Pickup
CALIF. DESERTPeaches I .. 1948 FORD 3-4 Ton Pickup

can OLEO. << 1947 PLYMOUTH 2 Door Sedan 1947 CHEVROLET Fleetline 4 Door Sed

NO. 2ft CAN f' 1947 STUDEBAKER, Ton Pickup 1947 CHEVROLET 3-4 Ton PickupS

25 SARDINES 4For25c. 23 LB. '1946 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan 1946 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan

'1946 FORD 2 Door Sedan!. 1946 FORD: 4 Door Sedan
\) CHEVROLET 3-4 Ton Pickup
: ANO'i, I / 1 ,

"LsdrAJEW1WSYELLOW 1941 FORD 2 Door Sedan 1940 FORD 2 Door Sedan

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FANCY- 0 HENS 8-14 Ib. 6Sc y i or whole 591b. Many More To Choose

CARROTS. 2 Bunche.1ge TOMS, t8lb ,up Sge

CHUCK ROAST, lb. - 59c I I From
5 IB.45C Breakfast Bacon lb. 53c '
See Them on Our Lot TOD Y.cO ,
FROZEN FOODS Oysters Std.PI. '79c Select Pt..89c

RUSSO I Ml Vermont Ducks lb. 59c
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Strawberries29C BROCCOLI. Cheese Ib.> 17c I Dowling Auto Sales
,2 PKGS. 49C Cottage - -

. PKO. Western Lamb, Veal Beef

,J 330\ Temple, Ave. Starke,Florida Phone 179

2Y2 lb. FRUIT CAKE $1.98: l.


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and was home on leave. and 14 Townahlp/ a South. Range West 24.78 feat. to the beirlnnlnir. of of Florida, .will on the 12th day of All. partlea 'tn tbs cult and. alt S
'<0 East Iylnlr within 60 text on each, a the NorthwsahuvlnR December, A.D 1950, at S o'clockin partleantereated/ may D4ace andbe j
Sunday Mrs. L. B. McLendon ear;radlun.oft'h .937 feet and heard at the time and daaIgnated -
Ida of
STATE FARMBy tha surrey floe of StateKoad tha) afternoon thoraof. In Clr- WITNESS hand and
returned to her dome In Jacksonville No. B-896 mm located andaurveyed a central 'angle of 7 deirreaa SO ; my
nlnuteH; thenca run snuthweaterly cult Court 1.r Mr. nr 1S'hltneldnrldge ] after having visited Mr. and by the aa shown Htute Uoftd Department of alonir aald curve 112494 feet totha County Court Ilouaa I\t' Starke day of Nov e meet, A,D., 1960.
p t.'vq: yen and Mrs R P. McLendon for ten ficial map. filed; In I.oncat.r: apart end of curve them run South Florida!! nn:1: said Onrlnratloriof (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomaa
of the Patltlon.In 64 Au tree 45 mlnutaa 18 aacondaWeat n appralaara and I
rt:; days. owned by Arrlna Jonea and 739.ta feet to a point on mirvey make such order aa tha Court demnaproper Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
; Club M.-eilng Robert Dobbs Willie Jonaa line. of Stata Road A-896, Section County, Florida. 12114t
7t'oW and Miss Norma
Mrs, D. L. Nix Parcel No 10,.Right of Way", 8RD 2HG3 donla-nnted na Station abtplus
l. entertained the .
: Jean Dobbs spent Friday night No. 10. l OS, the POINT. OK Hh"lllNNINIlof 11121't
; State Farm ditch oenterllnei, thence run North
Bridge Club t
',;'" home at her and Saturday in Jacksonville as J..hk..ttr.ario: NorthaaetHalf" of Si daKreva 14 mlnutea. 43 aeconduWeat

\.i.,..NL7o .;..;.,. week, Wednesday Exquisite afternoon of last guests of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Stewart n 21 and of ft New, Township River inRactlona t dearanaU.40. feetl mlnutea thence IB run Keponda North Kaat OS eL
un'sGRfETlnGS' decorations made Boulh. Itnnsre 1)0) FHat.: lylnn within 60 lout to the end of dltohla .
"w\ the t bO feet on each aide of the survey
party rooms a lovely
for setting Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Crews, line of State Road No. 8-815 aa lmrated K'a'! .dClt....Nathaniel. Colbertand I
a Christmas .
meeting The piece Jr, and their little daughter. and mirveyed by the State .
de resistance of Road Department, and an ahown on I You and each of you" are hereby
I wis the decor was the Nell went to Flint Michigan.' recently the official map or pint riled In commanded to .appear the entitled
you. mantel. with its theme of the arrivIng to thin gauss aa part of the Petition, court on the 10th day. of December,
visit friends for ten !. owned by Oaorcla Koulharn 1900 to shoal what rla-ht, title Intoreat. ,
lS Claus drawn by hit days. and Florida. Railroad or Hen. you or any of You have .
reindeer There were the traditional Parcel- No.-- 11.. -. IUaht: of Way... 8RD I In and to any of the following de.Vrlbxd !.-
erlln No, U, property and chow cauaa why
tree and gum drop tree IV TUB ("lnrt'I'I' c-Ol'HT OF TUB That part ofT.ot: 1 of Blnok the same ahould not be taken for (
i-iniri -,
balanced JLUII'111.'It1 or/ I iHltlUKOHU 15, Town of Naur. River In KartlnnaII the eat forth In
regords by native greenery arrangements HrY KI.OHIUA, and Townnhlp' I South, Kanita the :rrtltdtlVJI'h: :I I
I \W
Nil. ;
.ith; pPlne.8 placed at points of Interest TH.H.11WADFORD COUNTY, a pollttaalsubdddon 10 best lylnit within to >feat on TAKE NOTICE that a Perforation ,I ___

l:. The dessert course, serv Petitioner' of the, Stata ,of Florida, each State aide Road. of No tha A-atirvey 89a aa line located. of of bore laklnir styled hoe cause'been, by filed the Petitioner In the a., E. T. SHULL f.
B ,
va A. Hupp at al Detendant. .
ondB.t ed prior to the games, further em .. and aurvayed by the etata Road Department the acquiring; t
./r: phasized the and aa shown. on the official procaadlnirw; :: fat' 'or 'llnfnrtl1r : PLUMBING AND HEATING
for this Yuletide motif as did OFAh 1lYhNT map or plat filed In thla cause
above deacrlhed Inndn. for the I'u.-
NOTIC'A : DO fAIN ... .... .. .. .. f
of the Petition .
;fIGa. the colorful mints and nutsCliHstma'ty PIO"'F.FOINC1: : as part you eat forth In the Petition In fhbcause 00-- - -----
rt ta owned by H. A. Sapp unit Mabel
"fiches { IS THH NAME ANn BT THH1 ATTTHOKITY viaaa Unlit of way drain-
I Christmos prizes were awardedas OB1 TUB BTATH3 OF Sappfiirnal are dltchea and borrow ells for a '
.' I.!' follows: for high 'LORIDA No. 1d. Rleht of War BRD portion of Slate Rind 9-t8a In i .
candleholders ,
/ '4.'I score TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY CON. No IS Pradford County Florida, and thnt
oi.f' to Mrs C. M, Turney; tot CERN AND to all pennna and par That part of8W4: of NEVS and'" one of the Jiiduea: of the ClruultPourt .
'''' Season second Una having- or clalmlnn any rllht, NW14\ of I'M" West of Road, of Section /In the l-lnlith! .hd. lrlnl "'11'''''"
high candles to Mrs, De- I
2.1. Townnhlp 6 Booth Ranica
title ,
Intereat eatatu morttfaMe or
M.iNEC.,, "'7t0 I VVitt Sinclair; and for low score other lien to or on those certain 10 cr.r.: Ivlnic within. (0 feet "II
of the floe of State I
.. parot-la of land hereinafter deacrlbd AT
v ? I a corsage to Mrs, Dennis Fancher. and the followingpemona- Road No S-2Y5. aa located and aur- .
stork 'Shower clnlnilnir by, through, or under rayed by the Slate Road Department I I & Y. :: !p'e this
GUIDON GRILL known poraona who are dead. or who and aa nhown on the ottlclal. mapor I : :. : 1
lItra.V.. E, Feagle Mrs. Mack are not known to be dead or alive: plat filed In thla cauaa aa part '
I II Container Corporation of America, of the Petition.Ta ::,.': Holiday Season, we extend to
I \ Sweat and Mrs. Dave Thorntonwere Room SOU. Cnnnolldated UulldlngJackaonvllle owned br Nathaniel Colbert ,.r .
Geo. KopelousosELLO co-hostesses at the Thorn Florida: and Katla Colbert ANTI-HISTAMINE TABLETS not only as a I customer but .
I' i iN iv Arrlna Jonee, S78 Oakland Park, Parcel No. 112, DITCH, 3RD No you I'
ton home Tuesday evening. Dec. Pine Street Ft, Lauderdule Jrl"rlda. LATERAL, ,,, ,. '
5, honoring Mrs. Elzie StafTord DITCH LEFT STATION as a I friend the best of wishes ;
Wlllle Jonea, ITS Oakland Park 36S plus 08.
with a stork shower, Potted Fine. Street Ft. Lauderdale, FlurlOeoricla That part of: SWV4 of NTCtt and e for the Christmas occasion.
da NV4\ of 8FI4\ Waet"ot. Houd of 1.
.- _... _---,--<, plants were placed to advantageIn ': Southern and Florida Section 23, Township South Ranira top COLD'S
the party rooms. In contest Railroad 1 F. H. L-rown VlcaFraaldant 20 lylnir within I 20 tent nark

featuring the chosen motif Mrs .I H, A Macon, Sapp., Genrarla.11FD' ,. Lake Butler centarllna d.E\'h : following Commence\ daacrlbed on the ditch Eaat I. distresses IN. I MAGNOLIA' FISH I MARKET
Florida Ilea of Bectinn Township 1 Booth .
William Splllane, Mrs R. M' : 23. CASES t tlItiIMIIlIIIoQII
Nathaniel Colbert P O Box 464, Range 20 Eitat at a point 1535.9>I Ifeet MANY
Markham and Mrs. Edith Bran- Bellirlade. Florida South of Northaaat corner of I I CLYDE W. COLSON OWNER & MGR.
Katla Colbert, New River, FlorlMahel recd Section. Sit thenca run, Houth, the first day' ,
were prize winners After 47 degreea. 15 minute. 11 ..con.'.
the opening of the lovely gifts Bapp! RFD, Lake Buperl

sandwiches and cake were served Florida 8-ZHB SKCTfON, BRADFORD IBISI-880. RTATB; ,ROAD o-M 'a a# a ra a lIIIoQII ad a aMaa t lOIII'iJIIIolI\ oat
with coffee to those present. The Parcel No.8, night of. Way. 8RD 1 1M
guest list Included friends of the No S-Rer. ,
That of- Kaat4 or Sao.-18 .
part ; ,
honoree from the Farm and from SWC of BEt ofSep. 2JNEU; ] ofN'W- Y SANTA CLAUS
Lake Butler. '4. SH of NWW.\ NWHof_ 8W(4' (, Of ; y A__ jJ1 f1
H.-rllon 88. BWt. of 9 4t. SVfVt\ of ', v
it itr
8W V. or 'Rectlnn *7, TownnhlnSouth. -
Mr. and bars. Garland Godwin of Range 30 Kant, lying- within BE GOODTO YOU I I
60 feet on each aide of the ,
Palatka were guests of Mr. and vay Una of Htata, Itoad No. 8-315, /I
I Mrs J. G. Godwin last weekend. aa located and surveyed by the .7tJ2 [
State Road Department and aa !
For several days during this shown on the official map or plat
week Mr. and Mrs. Glen Park of filed Petition In thla caws aa part of the o. t tt

I Toledo, Ohio, were visitors of Mr. la owned by Container Corpora-
it e A Ion of America. .
d s3 iircud
and Mrs J. C. Wallace. Parcel No, 7, Rlsrht of Way.8RD *
No" .. Ii
Mrs. C D. Sellers, little Emma Lot of Block IB. j
Tobn&to' :wOfitl '
encl lima' for us Lou Sellers and Mrs, P. S. Crews In Heotlona. 2: aflir 1 J

went to Auburndale last Thursdayto Take advantage of these great specialsAND 1

to express our greetings visit relatives. Beware Coughs LET US i id
Together with their hosts, Mr :" FILL.. now in effect all this week. Only the ones ,
of. the Seoson and and Mrs, Milo Seigler of Lake But
Fron Common Colds YOUR LARDER: DO/J marked different.
"Thonk You" ler Mr. and Mrs. Keith PItchford L
to once more soy and .. .
sons of Leesburg were supper That HANG ON & 1
guests of Mr and Mrs. Bryan ;
I Creomulsioa relieve bccauia !

Jacksonville Whltfleld. and Siturday.Mr Mrs.were Vance Sunday. Geiger visitorsof of it phlegm goes help right and loosen aid to and the nature feat expel promptly to of germ loothe the troubleto laden'and Christmas Special p c c: t;1:

Mr. and Mrs J ,M Bradley. heal raw tender, inflamed bronchial

Temple & Lake Service Station I of S Gainesville Sgt and Mrs were Odell supper CauUten guests or membranes.money refunded.Guaranteed CreomuUion to please you baa FRYERS 38 "

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of Mr and Mrs. M. C. Roberts 500 Fresh 'Dressed and

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PAGE FOUR Christmas vacation. !Mrs. Claude May. Shirley Jacks,!, i, =:

,I. ... BPW Members To Wed Soon Don McMahone, of the Merchant Sevrnth Grade Biographies the daughter of tu, *learloJ
HAMPTON Saturday for Barbara Matchett is the 12 year W. JackltOn. :*<
Marine, arrived on Alu ? ,
Have Xmas Party ant .extended stay with his wife, old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. singing, ana ? lIJent
'' \ Monday Night By Airs. M. C. Sweeney Mrs. Harvene Watteraon McIIone. M. Matchett, and has lived in ;weighs 80 pouiw "H
all her life She has
J. W, McCormack and family Hampton \l1I m l11etl
The December meeting an' Community ChrlnUna* Tree moved here, 'blonde hair, blue eyes, and .is 5 her favorite nil, !!, ,?
of Miami, recently lived ,In I..
local Business Christmas ,feet tall, weighs 78 pounds. Her Hampt.
Christmas party of the The old fashioned and are located in the former WL. Is well liked Ita"
t\ ,
is She has '
for good study
with gifts favorite
Professional Woman'sClub tree Bugg residence. ''aurn,
and In: brother, Wayne, In the To ,
-- and girls, will stand as an older every read.
Office was held Monday evening at boys former years In.the. Hampton ]I :Mrs. Dora Munson's father :Mr. 9th grade at Starke school. Bar News goes the. q.S, 0" "BIni \I C

1'bune 29 the Klngaley Lake home of the School auditorium on Saturday Damon, of New York State arrived bara's mother and daddy recently Christ-centered nnm..v,, jov' I

...... v '40'' vice president, Delia Rosenberg. eVf>nlng. December 23rd. Exercises with last her.The week. to spend the winter gave her a piano for a Christmas truly happy hOII<\/I/ '.A.O Ind illu>
o'clock, consisting Correspondent.Every .
at 7:30: present. '
brief business session will begin :
During the Jack Goodge family are mov
Weds Harold Lloyd Gray of carol singing trombone, i
Miss Inez Green the group voted to choose a violin and piano selections, a male Ing this week to a house near the

committee to work with the Civilian number, and several recitations. Starke airport. Branch of
Ceremony Saturday Evening quartette Plant
In Lovely Home Defense organization in this The Devotional will be Mrs. Easter Rivers of !
I last week with her
of the Hamp
homo wedding area and also to have a social In charge of pastors Don't let those expectant 'sister-in-law, Mr Jessie Chantaln. INSURANCE
impressive churches.
In an to to work ton Dr. A. Paul Daugherty, South
evening Miss Inez committee ready go child-hearts be. dis .
on'Saturday happy -
the National ---
\ of Mrs. be needed. Club Come along, Morn eastern Director
, Jane Green, daughter should they appointed., Benevolence Association, was visiting
{ Marvin James Green end the late members plan to attend a first land Dad and see If you can'trecapture

Mr. Green, exchanged vows with aid course in the near future. the thrilling, See joy you of the at Mrs.friends Dan Johnson here on has Saturday recently H. C. WALL AGENCY
and Christmas spirit.
Harold Lloyd Gray, son real with her
exchanged during returned front a visit
Carole Williams, -
,j Gifts were Miss Sue daughter
Mr. Gray !
late I Tree
Leroy Gray and the Officiating at the social period and prizes were of Rev. and Mrs. L. S. Williams the Guest Speaker daughter, Mrs. James Broome, of PLEASE PHONE 146
Ark. Bapilnt
of Tupelo, of thebride's won in quiz contests by )Irs. Curtis of Starke, will wed Warren' W. Gartenhaus of Atlanta Orlando.W. .
the'ceremony In the aunt home, Mr. and Malone and Ml s. Madge Mid- Winkler, son of Mr. and Mrs. E Dr. Jacob the guest speaker, on F. May of Gainesville, was a Constant Service Over 50 YeaJ-S _
uncle and was last week of his
the Rev. dleton. Hostesses on this occasion A. WInkler, also.of Starke, on Sat evening at the First Bap- dinner guest
was and
Mrs. C. A. Grlffl.1 of Green Cove .were Mrs. Janle Avery, :.trs.J. urday, Dec. 30, at 4 p.m. In the ,Sunday,_. _"...-?..,. Th. Christian Church brother and slster4n-Iaw, Mr.

C. C. Harris .....iiIII.J .. D. Doyle, Mrs. Don Champion Church of Go4,, Invitations are called list ';off' .lhlr.night service" BOI

Springs. I' ..... /' and Mrs. Nate Dyal. They were not being sent \gut, but all friends 1 their congregation Could attend -
improvised I
The netting was an large '''- assisted by Miss Rosenberg and and relatives of the couple are invited [this special meeting. While in

altar arranged before a her mother, Mrs. Sam Rosenberg. to attend.W.C.T.U. Dr. Gartenhaus was the
window at one end of the Hampton. C.
the Mrs. R.
picture of Delicious refreshment tn guest of the Rev. and

white living gladioli room. and Tall ferns basket and silver traditional Christmas colors of Notice Gray, Jr.W. I. "..r t.." .."..e.aU "
burning red and green .were served. )(. TT. Meeting
candelabraa: with Missionary! Society tj0mr marketing Ittt largefA&P's ;
... A The Laura Scott Union of the The Woman's
..1.1.t.nar.... ,.. flanked the altar. Photo Stevens Mrs. Dean f
- -------- by Tony home of
large white cross, Interwoven with Slumber Party WCTU will have its regular month'ly met In the afternoon of

tern, stood in the background. of Miami and Miss Sharon Hall At Duncan Home meeting business at ,the program Tabernacle and Friday social last Wtdclen week, Thursday, for the regular Christ of Festive Food

Miss Catherine Colson render.ed was her only attendant. J. P. mas program, and the exchange
Dec. 29 at 3 o'clock.
Margaret Rose Duncan wa were
several nuptial selections Blalock of Miatleslppl ccrved the Seventeen members
the ceremony and accompanied groom as. ,best man and ushers hostess at. a slumber party Sat gifts.present with the Study leader, Values Help Make

Mrs. Bryan Lynn who sang were Joe Grlffls, -Jr. of Jacksonvllle urday night at the home of her Masons To Meet Mrs. Margaret McKowan. introducing

"0 Promise Me" and "I Love You and Albert Griffis of Starke. parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. O.; Dun the. topic "CommercialWings"

Truly." Miss Kail wore a gown of orchid The regular meeting of Brad Christmas carols were A Merry Christmas!
can.Invited ,
ford Masonic Lodge No. 39 will b Johnson offering
D. W.
to be with Margaret Mrs.
The bride was given in marriage taffeta featuring scalloped sung,
held Wednesday, Dee 27, .St. business
by her brother, J. B. Green, neckline and sleeves, with a tight Rose were Jane Rloharde, Sandra prayer after
.waistline and three-draped bustle Johns, Linda Johns, Jo Ann John'* Day, at 7:30: p.m. All members period, Mrs. Eddie Allen gave the
are urged to attend, and The home of Mrs.
which fell Into a full skirt.' She Blade, Jackie Hobbs, Mary River closing prayer. ,
and Jackie Colley of visitors are welcome. Wldden waa beautifully decorated
wore orchid mitts and an orchid Stubblns the
DuoThermHEATERS halo trimmed with }let pink roses, Starke and Sue Duncan of with the traditional tree soft candle as
and carried an old fashioned Gainesville. Haislops Will center of attraction' assisted by
The hostess,
bouquet of pink, roses, with Observe Anniversary Ugh Mrs.t. Horace Dyal, served star

streamers of pink satin ribbon Cecil Sewells cookies, fruit salad, hot rolls, coffee
and white net Mr. and Mrs. W. R.: Halslop! will drinks.
"Yule Hosts and cold
6 Month The bride choose for her wed Are celebrate their Golden Wedding Service
ding, a gown of white satin feat Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell were Anniversaryon Sunday, Dec. 24AH The Hampton Training Union

uring a yoke of marquisette and hosts afa Christmas party Sat friends and relatives are invited will present a Christmas Vesper
satin ,bertha. The bodice was to attend house at their home at
a urday evening for-a few. of their open service, on /Sunday afternoon
fitted and the long sleeves terminated until 5 .
friends. from 3. p.m.Local | four o'clock, in the First Christian Customers'
In the hands. Invitation
points over cordial
Christmas decorations were pre church. A very
Her full skirt ended In a long
dominant In the Sewell's apart Is extended to all. Corner
court train. The fingertip veil ment on Temple Avenue. Holiday ,. News A. B Fisher, Keystone Heights,

Was caught to.her head with a plates and napkins were used on was the speaker at the Community :::: Pilgrim TURKEYS
white crown orange the refreshment table where a buffet Prayer service last Thursday 1Jfalf 7iilM1 Bra.d
blossoms on each aide. She car lunch was servf>d. Games Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Payne will night. On Friday, Mr. and Mrs:

ried a white Bible adorned with a were played during the evening spend their Christmas vacation in Fisher left for Virginia to spend Deep-breasted and delicious ..these plump bird

white and purple-throated orchid and gifts exchanged. St. Augustine visiting relatives.Mr. the holidays. At tills season of the are specially selected for their tender,mestf qiwj.try. .

with streamer of purple satin Enjoying the party with the Se- and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs plan The local Youth for Christ ...and( priced with A&P's gift (for thrift.

ribbon. wella were Mr. and Mrs. P. D. to visit relatives in Montlcello dur. Instead of holding' their year, this is our sincere
, Mrs. Green choose for her group TOMS Ib. 1- - .. 57c
Sullivan vacation. meeting ,
Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnta Ing their Christmas regular Saturday night wish for everyone

I\ daughter' wedding a gown of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tllley and Mrs. F., H. Long will have as.her attended In a body the Revival

foreyt green with black accessories rosebuds Mr. and Mrs., Quentin Fllllngtm.WSCS guests during the holidays. ,Dr services at the First Christian May you have a Merry HENS, ,Ib. -. 6Sc

and a corsage .of. yellow and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll, and Church In Starke. Christmas the happycompanionship

Observes family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard The 7th and 8th' grade boys ,

.::.::J The reception Immediately followed Thede and family of Jacksonville have made lovely Christmas scenes of -

I the cereinony at the Grlffls Xmas Program Mr. and Mrs. C.. A. Long of Hollywood -, on the lunchroom blackboards. :loved ones the warm Gifts of Tobacco

home. Assisting serving were and Richard Long of Clowls- Miss,Norma Sweeney, Bryant '
.-luncheon meeting ( .
WINKLER Miss Christine The 'and Martha and under .f
\ Mrs. Ira Wilson, for the members of the Methodist University Tenn., fellowship

\ Galney, Miss Hazel Grlffls and WSCS was held In the Education ton.Mr.. and Mrs. James A. Lewis and Home, University of Florida weeks, are landing of friend.
Johns. Miss Lucille their two POPL"" HHAXICigarette
Miss Dorothy home enjoying
al building Monday at 11 o'clock children, Jim and Brenda Mr. and
[ELECTRIC SERVICE. Alvarez kept the bride's book. with Mrs. Titus Olson, president,, Mrs. Vernon Sllcox and son, David May the New Year hold ctn. - 1.99

Avo. The lace covered bride's table wai presiding.A and Mrs. D. L. Sllcox will be guesti I for yon a nil measure

223-324 N. Temple centered with a three-tiered wedding delicious luncheon was served of Mr. and Mrs. R. it. Cox In Live: of Viceroy Cigarettes, ctn. .. 2.10
Starko with a miniature happiness.AP .
163 cake
Phone after
following the business meeting Oak Christmas day. I
bride and groom. At each, which Mrs. W. B. Mlddleton, Mrs. G. J. McGrtff and Mrs. Lex II I'iZ'l. 85c
end of the table were baskets ol Circle 1 presented Prince Albert, 1 Ib. can
17 program chairman of _.: .. Green have as their guests during All cfr
-- ==" the cnristmss program. the holidays, their sister, Mrs. H.I IL.
--- '-- Christmas carols were sung by the Speer of Pahokee and their ._
Z. I / / I11tA&P Festive fruits
group, accompanied by mother, Mrs. Y. A. Harris of ,
Adklns at the piano. Mrs. H. C. ,
Gainesville. ...
Rltch gave a reading on Christmas Club \, I", II-I-M L__ and Vegetables
taken from the Florida ,.
rf-- Woman. Mrs. Olson gave "A -
To You" an ARROW
: Joyous Christmas CARRIES OVERLOAD \ 1"1:1.110('" KACVAPPLES nFIJ
article found In the Methodist Women of Dress Shirts . 3.50 25cKATHOHH
STARKE FLA. A. Wood read a B. S. Johns, superintendent UHAUB A - 2
and the City Light and Water Plant, tall
Peaches No. 1 19c
taken '- -
for the boys 2.95 ,
prayer states that during the past ten PAJAMAS up
Mrs : IIHAICranberries! >
Good Housekeeping. 'I
'W.from Q. Halle, In charge of the devotional days the plant has been unable 1l.... 1 Ib. box 17cLAH
the demand, with ARROW ,
Fill. & SAT. DEC. 22 & 23 used the story of Jesus'birth to supply peak -
at full . 3.95
as told In St. Luke. The all generators operating Sport Shirts AP SLICEDPineapple
meeting closed with prayer. load. No. 2Yz can 33c
Clancy Street Boy The Man From It has been necessary to operate Dress Gloves 3.50 up Lettuce, Ige. hd. -; 2for 25c

the plant in parallel with. the -

LM doroey and Hunts Hall Glttltown Standing Shop Clay Electric Cooperative line In Stetson Hats .' 9.95 Borden's .Mince Meat- 19c 29c

Also Cartoon and Serial -Tim McCoy Employes Have order to'' supply the record demand Cauliflower, hd. -

lor electricity, the superintendent 14.95 AP' -

'SUN..MON. & TUBS.. DEC. 2.1. 25, 26 Christmas Party said. Florshelm Shoes Pumpkin, No. 2'/z' can 15c FISCAL t'RIM! 24-m mm* Wm

The Florida National Guard Peak load Wednesday night and Celery Ige. stalk 23cMacaroni
DANIEL BOONE Delta, Bill Folds, Ties, ,
YOUNG entertained the was 950 .)kilowatts. The highestpeak A MM PAGH -
Maintenance their families with load In 1949 was 700 kilowatts many other Item to choose 1 Ib. pkg. - 17c', -
employees from'' at IIOHK FI'N| COOK I:Mi
Johns said. .
DAVID BRUCE anil KUISTINK: MILLKIt Christmas party in the Eiv 49c
a Total generating capacity of IITTI.B J'HLINO Apples I 5 Ib. bag -
ALSO NEWS and CARTOON listed Men's Club at Camp Bland' Sweet Potatoes 23c -
the city plant U 750 kilowatts. can -
ing last Friday night. The superintendent .stated that ALVAREZ IU1IIO BIKIMO: SKLECTEU MZH

WED.. & THURS., DEC. 27 & 28 Following a delicious buffet Increased use of space heater POTATOES, Ib. Jf

DOUBLE FEATURE supper a program was enjoyed and seasonal electric displays and _
consisting of a comedy skit by decorations probably accounted STORE r.-- ;:]

Dead Man's Gold Look For TheLath Robert White and a comic movie for the peak load now being experienced EST. 1894H. F81J1T i CHRISTMAS CANDIES

Dick St.
shown by here. \vottrnvioHE: XMAS
La Rue *: Fuzzy St. John Silver Lining
The entry or "good ole SantaClaus" _, 5 Ib. 3.99 3 Ib. 2.65 lvcWOHTHMOHH
Also News June Haver full of ._._._.._. - Stockings, 9 oz. ea.
.wiUi a big bag ... ......
: :
gifts for all the children was the Cake 1 Vz 1H. - 1.35 XM1S: _/

Coming Thursday December 28 fun.fitting climax to the evening of "A Itst COHTM ta,', die ana eludes eft&ooMndf Mix' Candy - 2ycWAHW1CKS

..._l/S fruit*tad nntt sad -_
.white gladioli and fern and burnIng nlhrr sitncUnly priced. : 5yc(
in silver candelabra -
white tapers Chocolates,JJbox

flanked the cake. .....

After being with their gue.ts for JANK PAHKKKPotato : Chocolates I 2 Ib. box MS

a short while the newlyweda left Chips, 10 oz. bag 45cJA1M I 19
South Florida. .
on a wedding trip to Chocolates Ib. box "
The bride traveled In u dark green PtHKKIt -

suit with black accessories,'compli Mince Pie, 8 in. ea. - 59c
mented with' a tangerine silk
blous.e She wore an orchid corsage. JATIH PtIIKKIIPUmpkin: POLICYStorewldc :
They will be at home at 210 Pie, 8 in. ea. 49c

Tenth Street. .18..1.P."KEII.. hundred*of
Mrs. Gray,.. graduate of BUS low price on
Xmas Layer Cake 8 in. 95cP4KKKH f
In the class of '49 has been employed I ea. Uemseverydar..In tcatw"oneday"

with the Starke Telephone Co. ..,"N CANDLE] "weekend speciabAdvertited t -

for the past 18 months. Mr. Gray Cup Cakes pkg. of 6 35c or d
The Screen's FUNNIEST Comedian la stationed at the Naval. base In prices are gulranlce [
Jacksonville. ..""K P'II K Foil mark"t
IN A BIG-TIME LAUGH SHOW for one week even though
Loaf Cake 15
Out-of-town guests at the wed oz. ea. 29c

ding and reception were Mrs. W. prices go op.cuilomtT3.

1 T.JOHN A. Johns and J. B. Green of Miami, 6cUn.""' pollc1 Tulp' our
A Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manlre. Mlsa
Gloria Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle A& PF 00 d Store r tat* mart.

Boree, Mrs. Harold Boree, Mrs. Plafled c"
HIS Dan Boree, Miss Carolyn Grlffls, I With th correct pnce. h
and The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. itelD1ed CIS
Jo Grlffls, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Buck ... item plua> "
ft'Ktlrv <4> rr n>rrrl*..(.4. IBM fI'Iery
Woods, and J. P. Blallock all of ... .
MUSICAL RANGERS I Jacksonville and Green Cove Ii P. MORGAN 300 Ea-t Call St, I

Springs, Mrs. C. C. Harris and save at A&P.
fUH for Me whole family! daughter Miss Myrna Harris and,I STARKE, FLORIDA Florida ---- -

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DEC 22 19 5 0AY I


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----- ;;---- J. Ernest Jones Mr. and Mrs. Russell Judd had John P. Casey SA returned Tues.4 4

Mrs. T. T trig and sons Tom R. J. Davis state auditor bas Mr .and Mrs It. K. Tyus and and Mr.daughter and Mrs. Burneaa, of Orlando as their dinner guests Sunday day to his ship the U&a Basllonw f

and Dave, will I leave Friday to< been transferred from Palatka to family will spend Saturday li will be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welber of In Norfolk. Virginia after spending I I.
spend the holidays with Mr. and Macclenny.Mrs. Dayton Beach with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. Q.
Starke' and
brother and fanl1y.the
Mrs. Jones' 10 leave with his parent, f f
J. W. Jackson in Baconton. Ga.., Hildabelle Bence of Jacksonville Mrs. Hubert Bronson and daughter Junlus Smiths. Feaster of McIntosh. a 'day 1
and Dr and Mrs D. C. Forehand was visiting friends here Jane, of Orange burg. B. C.,. confine* Purchase hU gift at AI."'. REZ'. Mr. and Mrs. T. I* Casey. Pvt. 1\\
In Albany, Ga. Tuesday. artved Saturday to spend ten days Comer Perryman Is I Mr. and Mrs Martin Land Elvin D. Casey is expected this r.
IPI THE NEWS s Coming home for the holidays Give him a practical (flit-Clothing : with Mrs. Bronson's parents Mr Mt. to St. Vincent's with a broken Hospital leg which spent Thursday In Lialnenvllle as week from Camp Plckett Vats I.;

"r .. to be with their parents will be from ALVAREZ STORE. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton. he received Saturday night when guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gal spend a brief Christmas leave at. I!:
from the I Bronson will arrive today to spent
University of Florida': Mrs. LaMar Curry flew to Co- his car went out of control after loway home, i
b Peek of Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal left Bill Smith Mike Pickering, Drew lumbus, Ohio Thursday to spend Christmas with his family. hitting a soft shoulder of Ui F1oh Camera* for rent. Take Rustlt McKnlghf '
Clara rela- Starke Wednesday for Reddish, Joan Dinkins, Manes Roy Ward was in Atlanta Ga.,. Holly Friends of Mrs.
"been visiting Orlando Christmas with her mother.Dr. highway near Middleburg and your own picture Xmai. taken
hear she |
to was
hO has and innvUle where they will make Dodd Marlon McRae. several days last wfeek on business will be sorry .
their George
home wool &
here overturned. Photographers
friend and Mm. C. K. Hayes and was In Columbia S. C.,
iJ1d month, for the next three Winkler, Pat McGrlff. Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Hans Walker will to the hospital j
past months. They < Mr. and Mrs. Ted Osborne
the ot
daughter ,
,, loft Anderson
for Betsy, Wednesdajfor Little Mike son her home town on Saturday. <
In Jack- plan to spend Christmas with relatives Mathews, Steve Weldon. From have as their Christmas Dayguests ] Houston formerly of Starke I'I
her sisters Little Rock, Ark., to visit Dr. Mrs. Lyle Anderson and the late Mrs. Texas
I rinK Atlanta, In Macon Ga. Mr. Florida State University: Merry Mrs. Walker's mother:, to In Mexico duringthe
for Deal travel
tc plan t
Saturday I Hayes' parents, Mr. and Mrs Anderson who is confined CARD OF THANKS i i
and family.
Winkler sister
on Lena Rowe and
e her son and retired recently from the Farm Mary Weldon Shirley Christmas holidays.For .
William Gainesville
with Hayes, and brother and Hospital
the Alachua (
of' wish to thank our many
be Home Mueller Clyde Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Calkins, We
Johns Jr.
Mrs. Administration.Mr. Miss
and {'hristmasgivean
rer.ln.law. Mr. wife, Dr and Mrs. J. Harry la responding to treatment and I II a thrifty II for their kindness shown *
grandsonpeek Polly Manor from Valdosta State< Gainesville. KSTF.KBltOOK: .... Only $2 friends
new and Mrs. Leonard F. Hayes '
and Smith, getting along nicely. loss of our beloved !
I College\ will be the of the Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon will rhoow us during the ;
Jr., and guest with any point you -
son Mrs. J.
Larry of D. Cottrell of
.holiday- Penny E. C. Manna Leesburgand CSlvw him a I 1951 Desk CalendarNothing husband and father words of f
practical Rift.-do-. Farms will spend Christmas Eve J. D. Cottrell Jr., of Indiana- spend Sunday and Monday in Tam more iineful. $1.09. Bradford County; Telegraph. and the beautiful flor- j
bum s Several with relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mr*. C. 3. Partln, Jr. sympathy
STORE. with Mrs. Smith's 'dlJhtJyIJW'd Radio S polls Ind., pa 'I'S.'I
ALVAREZ parents Mr. were Wednesday night $2.28.Bradford County al offering. May Code richest i!
fr'1I1I Duke and daughters, and Mrs. R. J. Davis. Space| Gas Heater! for wUo... guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. and Mrs. Roy Ward and I graph. and family will be in Gracevllle be with each tot( you)' \
Glen few days /and Carl John. Store. Scwell. daughter, Jane, Mrs. S. L. Peek,, Edwards, student for the holidays where they Will Blessings
spent a Mr. Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Jr. Miss Ruth a from to day.Mrs.. T. S.
lI1e1vUle. day
Mrs. Cllf- Edna nd Leonard Noegel re- Mr. Mrs. will Peek and Mr. and Mrs. S.. I visit Mr. Partln's father C. S. Par.
and U D. Darby
with Mr. and of Macon. Ga. will spend the Vining nurse at St. Luke's Hospital, Mann' Mrs. Roy Green Mrs. John *
Nk! weekend with their turned home Friday from Toccot have as their holiday guests, Mr., L. Peek, JI', will spend Christmaswith Jacksonville, spent Tuesday to.. tin, Sr. and Mrs. A. Mann.'
parents. Mr. Freeman, Mr. I. *
an. Howard of Lake and Mrs. G. B. Flynn of Starke Falls. Ga., for the Christmas hold and Mrs. Walter Timmerman of Mr. and Mrs. George Ward, Thursday with her' parents Mr,. Mrs. Mamie Sweat,

H.T Starke Wedncs- and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillipsof days. They are students at Toe- Stockton Ga., and Mr. and Mrs., In Dixie, Ga. and Mrs. G. C. Edwards. f
came con Falls Institute Mr and Mrs. John Hemingway 'hlld-I
with her son and Lawtey. Fred Vining of Valdosta Ga. Let ii" ptutiogroph jour (
be( Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell Give an KSTKKIIHOO.K! : fountain and family of Elizabethtown, N Christmas
.er.is-law\ Mr. and Mrs. V. I Dr: and Mrs. J. M. Hembree were called to Eau Gallle Tues pen. Bo value on the mar- C., will arrive here next Tuesday l ran)i or Phone family gnatp'205. "oUY"I.1l'tootoJral.hf'n ,
Tuesday. will leave y. y\\RtSY STORE
Inrd, until Saturday for Ravenel day by the serious Illness. of the ket. 'olllpl'le with any point you to spend a week with Mr. Hemingway's & Jrmelrr \ } '
of S.
and Mrs A P. Ashurst C. to spend' Christmas with latter's mother Mrs. T. Arthur like $2. Hradfnrd County Tele parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G Mr. and Mrs. Emmett K. Per' .
1 wm be holiday guests ofId Dr. Hembree's mother, Mrs. J. R. Mosley. who Is at present in the graph. Hemingway and his sister and! Jr., and daughter, Janet

MP L O. Hazen. Hembree. Melbourne hospital Mr. Mitchell The W. B. Sewell family .will family, Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wig. of.ryman Bethlehem Pa. will arrive State Roads 100 & 200 ill
L Halle of Miami will be W. M. Wimberly, who is work. returned to Starke Wednesday, all be home for Christmas. Miss gins Saturday to spend. ? the holidays $TARKE, FLORIDA to spend the week- ing In Mulberry, will be home with but Mrs. Mitchell will the
Saturday will remain Virginia Sewell Is home from Mrs. Laura Tison spend E. K
with the
Ith his parents, 'Mr. and his family for the Christmas week. with her mother through Christ. Groveland where she 1i is a music Christmas weekend In Jessup, Ga.. Mrs. Harry Mooty Perrymans.attended the' ".....+.+ 9f.
end.flT t )
ff. G. Halle. mas.Mrs. teacher, Jim a chemical engineerfor visiting her son-in-law and) funeral services of her brother !

Edward Burn had as her Inland Sugar Co., Milwaukee, I daughter Sgt. and Mrs. J. D, John Paul Udell, in Auburndale,I .
luncheon guests Wednesday Mrs. Wis., arrived home Sunday and Smith. .
of week.
Glen Duke, of Gainesville, Mrs. H. Miss Gayle Scwell arriving from I Dr. O. L. Kelley' of Palm Thursday Mr and Mrs.last I. H. llazan and OPEN 8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M.

$ fi31GfiilfATHR.: C. Brown, Mrs. Junlus Smith and Baton Rouge, La., where she is a I Beach was the Sunday guest of son Hugh Jr., of Jacksonvillespent ,.
YsGETUM Mrs. W J. Epperson Jr. dietician in the student hospitalat 'Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kite. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs ,
Mr. and Mrs, K. a. Duncan and Louisiana State University. Mrs. Anna Laura Newner ol
son, Kaspar, and daughter, Margaret Miss Maude Sewell of Fallapoosa :Tampa is spending the holidays Bwitlful line of gift for "hint' /
BODY SCRATCHES Rose will spend the week- Ga., will also be a guest of the with her brotber-tn-law and sister at ALVARKZ STORE.

AND HICKS end with Mrs. Duncan's brother- Sewells over the holidays. Mr. 'and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd.Mr. Russell Judd and son, Jack .. r-#
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Several Hlightly lined Radio ft I and Mrs. Herbert Hogan ol were home for the weekend. Mr
BEFORE RUST DOES I IEXPERT Roy Smith, Iri.Tennllle. Ga. Spore Gas Heater! for aJI'.- I Panama City formerly of Starke,, Judd returned to Belle Glade!

Make It an KSTERMROOK Carl John Store.. will be visiting friends here Sun- Sunday where he is employed by I

Christina A different point for Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch will day.Mr. the State, finishing the new prison. -.
every member of the family. Pen upend Christmas Day with Mr I and Mrs. A. C. Manassa -Jack will be home for the r

I'ompll"teBradford: Count,* and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch in and children of Jacksonville .will holidays, then return to Belle ii :.i :11 qistiJII; I
4 Telegraph. Gainesville.Miss be Christmas day guests of the Glade to enter school. l

Thelma Green Is leaving : Robert Greens. The Greens will Mr and Mrs Ray Hale of An-
Friday for St. Augustine where : also have as their> guests Mr. and t
o napolls Md., and Mr. and Mrs Dedicated To Community Service -
she will week with her Mrs. James Reddish and son,,
a spend a Hal Swearlngton of Lakeland, 4 "Movies Are Better Than Ever"Sat. t..
aunt, Mrs. Emma Creech. Gregory, of Valdosta, Ga. The were .weekend guests of Mr. and! ,

t Beautiful line of gift for "him"at \ ReddiNhs Turners.Jack will .also be visitingthe Mrs. Martin Land. ., Dec23 ONLY Mon., Tuca. Pec. 25, 26<< !
I Mr .and :Mrs. Albert I.ee Cros- 1
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Sparks will Hall, a recruit" at Camp 7,
and Dale left' Wednesday -
by son
spend Christmas with Judge and Plckett. Va.. will arrive here Saturday to upend the Christmas holidays CAGNEY MAW iI I t

Mrs H. S. Wilson in Bronson. : to spend five days with hisparents. In Atlanta, C'a., with Mrs. f .. .. ,
Miss Florence McCulley of Jack- I Mr and Mrs. Ben Hall. Crosby's parents Mr and Mrs *.
sonville plans to spend the week I Out-of-town relatives who will H. W. Townsend M9AE E NEISON.. ;'
end with her mother Mrs. Lennie upend Christmas with Mr. and

ECONOMICAL WORK ON "\1 II McCulley. Mrs. J. C. Sapp wbe Mr. and 'Wl PDilJSmRt s

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tlson of Mrs. S. K. Reyes and son Steve I ors I WIN HM MC,* .awn'S.ROY DEl.RUTOAUo ,tj
Lake were Sunday visitors of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Le- .-'r.-. ---.-a.- n W.I .
City -- -.-----
; 9 i ") of their mother, Mrs. Laura Tison. roy Norman, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. -- (
\\Mfnor Repairs Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Mr and Mrs. G. F. Sewell and Sapp and I Hollywood Bowl" Cartoou

children, Ann and Murphey, of Rapp, all of Bradford county and and "In Old Amsterdam.!. Travelogue I t
andPa4t75ueh..Up' Marianna will spend the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berry and 1MIZ 4i

weekend with the Sewell'e son two sons of Dillon, S. C. I REPUBLIC PICTURE -
YOUR FIREINSURANCE and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Several slightly used Radios A4pace ,
Cecil Sewell. Ga Heater for AND -
Mr. and .Mrs. Merrill Futch of (url; Johns Store.Friends Wed., Dec. 27-O>rLY

NOW Tallahassee wll spend the weekend of Miss Etta S. Tison
[Little Dig Feather If rlgM Now it the time to with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch. will be happy to hear she Is improving 'I..g"'II1.''
I "po"and repaint body lCJ'at che. and say nix. (a '
her convalescing '
for West Palm Bcac'h to during
licks! Let I'S get them before RUST does! Ii'iI ., Saturday 1 1I'alge GAUR URSOH'wm PIIBl I"
I miicli more economical to KEEP your car finish t : I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite will leave at Riverside Hosptlal v
I ,m good shape than It i I. to repair it after\Cinier'iI 'spend Chrlatmns with Mr. Kite's ville.
I slush and road ialis have done their damage. Our I brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and H. A. Bishop, Jr., will Join his 11 -

I Body Experti do fait, efficient top-quality work. Mrs. L. J. Kite. wife and son for the Christmas 1 IlIIIIIaDIII Mta IIISJIftIIIIIII! I
I Economical, toot .....11. as for an estimate! No Several used. Radio ASpare weekend In St. Petersburg. Mrs t
} E. Johns slightly "
Charley i
| obligation, of course. CD | Oas lleatont for ale_ Bishop! will be In St. Petersburg rrM.soal0at.atxre.tMW&MC0t0R's ir
AgencyPhone Darl John Store. for about six weeks where she is t
IS STARK FLA. Purchase his gift at ALVAREZ. raring for her mother Mrs. J. AWagg Matx'l John Craven r

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I who received a broken hip Also Chap. 11 ". -..- Bron" Serial Also Emil Colrman Orvh. Maw ".; ,

:will spend the weekend with Mr. Ins fall recently. SEASON'S GREETINGS' ami "Tho Fly' Last Flight" Car-
f McGRIFF] MOTORS Masworthy's brother and sister- :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson ta ter Band
I .4
............, n-law Mr. and Mrs. J. T Nas- md family of MontlceUo will WITH REGARDS AND -.-.. jI

mple Ave. & Pratt St. Starke, Fla. tap.-..ntlnD THE TRAVELERS HarttaAlFLO worthy In Orlando. spend the holidays with the F. F. .BEST. WISHES TO ALL -Sun." ,-Dc.. ., .21-ONLY ,

1-- Mrs. Robbie Sheller and son Don Stumps.DewUt. ....... Thurs., Fri.-Dec., 28, 29
Ray TITley. drove to Bene Glad Crawford'' a teacher lithe lUt11E M

Saturday to pick up Mrs. Shaller' Veteran's Flagler Ifigl
daughter Mrs. Jim Brown God School Ocala. wll spend the holl f AboutEve i 1.

win, and son. Jimmy, who wll l days with his parents, )II'. sad: m& ,

spend the week here with Mrs. Mrs. Lk Crawford. i I with Brtte Davis. <
[ WEBS .l Shatter and also with the J. G. ':Mr:' and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and! .

Godwin at the State Farm. Mr' family and Miss Jane Ramsey of us." > "Little Moth-Big FUmr"Cartoon !
thli. Jacksonville: : win be ChrMmaiday
Godwin wm join his family
Also News and "Baby ruse" Car and HnUth .
Sport. Oddity
weekend. guests of Mr and Mr. U S. loa W. CALL *T. FLORIDAa: SSBTARKE. loon 1
Mrs. Sam Dell of Gainesville Hutto and Mr. and Mrs. M.; C. I a<

FOR EVERY PURPOSE spent<< the weekend with her sister,, Wells. .
HOLIDAYS Mrs. Joe E. Wilson. The gift that. appreciate everyday 4t.eo: iD.11 D.1U"{.64U"fl'tp D Mh II D..e "1J.-o..e. D itJ..e-o 111 fl ,;
!DURING TIlE Mrs. J. P. Stevens of Stanford It ta tttn years Desk. Calendar,

YES Gay and beautiful flowers .spending son-in-law several and daughter week' with Mr .and her grepe an prlcr." *_Bradford 'County Tele.Miss '

Jesjiette McLendon of Or. t SHOP fiT T BENIIJflBI'S{ AND SA VE I
t s can do more than anything else to Mrs.Mr Ned and Yancy.Mrs. Bill Tilley and son andt arrived last Friday to spend i

? 1 impart that spirit of Christmas Steve moved Saturday from theJ. the holidays with her' grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matth
the holi B. Sapp home on Cherry streetto
during R
cheer to the home : ews. The Matthew and theirgranddaughter See this
a cottage on the. P. D. Reddish
assort- visited the Stephens -
days. See our wonderful property. Foster Memorial at White, Excellent Value! Comfortable> Platform Rockers .
garden-fresh at all limes Mr. and Mr. Guy Sale moved
ment Springs on Sunday. Dr: and Mrs
Into the downstairs apartment of SERTAIHNERSPRING ,
H. B. McLendon Joined their family +
the J. B. Sapp home on Cherry
Planted Dish Gardens from $1 up Haeger street Saturday.Mrs. on Wednesday< : and will stay MATTRESS $39.50 ;
FLOWERS FOR GIFTS: over the holidays.
Johnson and daughter -
Plants. $19.50 Value
Pottery Cut Flowers of all kinds Corsages Flowering Miss Ruth Johnson, and son, ...- -

Poinsettias In pots Ernest of Orange Park were Sat. NOW $39.50 $5'v. t
urday visitors here. The John- I

wreaths made to order for the dooror ons. former residents of Starke $5.00: Month Make
WREATHS: Beautiful to back to Starke as
plan move ThomHappjr
window. Also CEMETERY WREATHS for holiday remem i'tnce. soon as they can find a house. This would make a nice gift for. ; 1:,

centerpieces to grace the holiday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and Mother or Father TM r
FLOWERS FOR TilE HOME: Lovely aughrr Gerry, will spend Christmas Christina }

table Cut flowers to brighten every room In the house Nothing with their cousins the Miltonst. I 11 a. ,.
lovely flowers Peters In Gainesville. Cedar Ciiests
adds such a note of cheerfulness to the scene Mrs. John P. Udelf of Auburn- "Just for Father"Mother

dale formerly of Starke left TUBS- 11B
might like also
day for Bloomfield N. J.. where ON 7 one
FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE AS GIFTS: she will make her home with her PAtZTH

hat better way to remember that. friend or LI mother.Ben Rowland Mrs. Rudolph spent the Enke.weekend Now is the time to change your living '

l loved< one In a distant part than by using our r1 In Tallahassee on business. I .j.t room furniture i

Wire' service I insuring flowers to arrive there, a, { /Several Ga slightly Heater used for Radio sale.-* .J 1t!!!'_ t i
Space J
{ h
I I.
fresh and bright for Christmas. Absolutely no ; Carl John Store. Glove Buy ;.
't I Mr. and Mr. Earl D. Sylvia of OnT 2PieceLiving "
fuss or bother for you last phone your' order Alton R I., will arrive here thisweekend Bringing You Qn.:3 li.

t to( 218 and we will do the rest to spend several day Mother RoomSUITS Our ,.- :
with Mr. Sylvia' brotherinlawand BESTVISIIES\ For lluilgrt C7 r

sister* Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R Xmas to t'
MEMBER FLOWERS by !WIRE Inc. Morse. Richard Morse of Calnesvllle for the ONLY ,, t
also. spend the Chrtstmat
weekend with his parents, Mr. and Holiday Season11WSON'S $5.00 Month $129.50 *

FLORIST I Mr. Morse. t I
OLONIAL I Percy Sullivan Jr., spent the
weekend with his grandmotherMrs.
I J. B. Mills In Green Cove
Denmark Furniture Co.
PHONE 218 I Springs.Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Studatll! CoJ: Storage and rtfc

and daughter Cheryl plan to Market fcS
weekend with
St. Starke spend the Christmas f
Nona ;
Cynthia Sehmitt FREE DELIVERY 402 I Mrs. StudstlU's mother, Mrs. Alma }"a" "a"oIIt'!at! a"ai"a a oa"I a o JIoOIII': "a" "

Owner J I :Johnson in Mlddlebury. I Ii'



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: DEC 221 J 5 0

PA OK!: SIX! 2 t, ito

subject for the sermon at this and may all remember In whose ISSrrrrrall w..ai Ila..a
the of the Christmas Navajo Indians of the West and
singing and
be "The Hawk and the I honor we celebrate this day }
I time
carols the Then came were sent to Mrs. Futch from PINE LEVEL wilt Saviour, R.B.ALVAREZ&SONORDiAL T.kJ
LAWTEYL. by group. Colorado. Hen." Strange subject maybe not make Him our STU1tq
the exchange of gift under the but if you have never heard a ser 'ashamed he came to earth for our E
I II. FutchW8CS Uy Mm. IL M. McRae
direction, of Mlsa Mary Ann Miss Moore Feted mon on this subject be sure to sake. -
I ......= ':.
to church at the Padgett We
Wells. At the conclusion of the At Rehearsal Party come .f -1 operate
I / XMAS PARTY Brother Carnes of Hellbronn Church, Jan. 7, 1051, at 2:30: and Used Royal desk model type- a:
program refreshments of coffee, Mrs. Will Edwards, assisted by 'R,8.ALVAREZ t'SO" long 41C'tt.
i The W8CS of the Methodist Mrs. Miss Lou Edwardsof Springs conducted the morning and hear this one. Mr. Strickland say writer. A-l condition. Cash or .. ........,u anynh.0is"
tea and cake were served. her daughter
i I
iI evening: serviced' tat the Pine Level not to make resolutions or term., Bradford Telegraph.WELDING -- MOVING t Q!,
I Church held Its annual Christmas Roberts assisted the hostess I In Jacksonville entertained In, any I J ,.......--- '
in the home of Mrs. JU former In honorof Baptist Church last Sunday. plans for the new year until you
party caring for her guests. Aside from the home of the I !!I
Due to the Illness of our Pastor He Is the substitute : EXCtLlE.1STonlGR
hear this sermon.
H. Futch on Tuesday night. A the Christmas activities the at- :Miss Barbara Moore whoae
Rev. W. K. Hall. We are glad to for this church andIs
devotional service, during which',, traction of the evening was the manage to Thomas Levi Caseywas pastor
, I Mrs. G. W. Roberts read the display of a family of Indian dolls solemnized on Saturday know that. Rev. Hall Is much im really trying to build It up. .q;:
I Christmas Story from the Gospel consisting of a Chief, a Squaw Dec. IS. proved.Mr. We still have our Christmas tree Ii F.\'ILtTIlS
of St. Luke and Mrs. W. T. Walt. and three children including a Christmas colors of red and and Mra. Robert Myrick arid. Sunday School treat here at ." t Agents ForDelcher
I era offered prayer, was followed papoose carried on the mother's carried out in deco- and daughter Kathy visited Mr. tI -
green were .. the Mission Station Dec. 24. In
and Mr B. At. Myrick In Gainesville I
by a sodlal period of music, back In regular Indian fashion rating, using potted poinsettias: Sunday afternoon. Mr. and spite of our rainy weather Sunday,, See
readings, Christmas stories and These dolls are hand-made by theSEASON'S and red I" U8 first
I red
white and pompoms Mrs. B. M. Myrlck are receiving I 23 of our 28 enrolled were present. #" Bros
tapers throughout the living Lorene Fields missed Thursday 4a
-' -- -- - - congratulations over the arrival;
room and dining room. A center of a little daughter. and Friday school last week due .

Ii I piece of an ornamental A chicken Christmas Arley and James McRae had as I to an attack of tonsllitls. Gertie We offer the people of Starke -- ....
tree used.
was dinner guests Sunday, Sidney Faircloth is slowly recovering front\
salad course was served buffet Jackson and Robert Cooper of an attack of the flu. Most of the and vicinity one of the most
I style. I Starke and Benny McRae. rest of us have colds. IncludedIn
bridal this Bell Bessie and finest equipped
Present with the party Mr. and Mra. A. R. McRae made are Mosley modern
of Miss Moore and Mr. Casey, I a business .'trip to Jacksonville Strickland Grace Lang and others f
Mr. Paul Casey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Saturday.Mr. I I too numerous to mention It'seems. welding shops anywhere.

I H. Thomas, Miss Mary Alice and Mrs.. J. W. McRae and Willie Padgett and L. C. Johns AU Work GuaranteedSlUTH'S
I Casey Vernon Voyles, and Miss daughter-in-law Mrs. J. E. Mc- are now stationed at Atlanta,. Ga. J
Ann Moore, were Mrs. Paul Rae were dinner guests of Mr. and Willie says for all the boys to writeto GARAGEAND
Casey Clyde Saucer, Mrs. Mae Mrs. F. L. Connor In Jacksonvillelast him. Here is his address: R
i GREETING] Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monday. C. T. Willie Padgett U. S. 5300321. MACHINE SHOP

. Moore and Miss Rachel Boyer. Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Fender have 805th Signal Depot Co., Atlanta Temple Ave. Starke !
I The hostesses were assisted by their new home completed and General Depot: Atlanta, Ga.
: t Mis Ada Edward. moved In last week. Merry Christmas to all of you
: The approach of another saitcil Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Emma GREETINGS

I I Hill were the dinner guests of the \,>:". ." "' '
: brings with It our neirtiwt wktafrt W. H. Jones family of St. Augustine LONG'BRANCH rt"... ..I>,..t.f r.Jt'! ;,;.:. >>'," !",1 :.:t. .';tf.:5f...:.:"IrN. :!': ,,:-..:;.,"': 'i-i...:;.."r.'..>",
FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTSIt :.r :llI; ;; .. ,. \' :: .. ,-:
last Sunday. CAS : f .j; : 'F.' )\!::; i': 3
I Mrs. W. T. Walters Jr. 't "" ,!!!.\":".,,,,\?':,;;>::,.ti( ,. '.:;! ;." :: :"\ r.:;:.
for a Mason of,good trill and Mr. and Mra. J. L. Strickland x".! ;bt- r1 i ";I;, ':: : ;. 'j :,.,bi; ti! l! 1 "
By ;
; of Jacksonville were guests of his It Pays To Trade I Sla*' ,11 ,...., M :: ,, ;' ..; : '..1-.1'I. !
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Dr. and Mrs. W. T.. Walters ;! :-11'-.. ,--pj'. .. "1JHr. .;. .;., _* _eto .
I 4_.'happiness.PREVATTS>>. parents., Sr. last Sunday. ""We wish to Inform7 all that there PROPAN$ GAS .>i1""h",.:;Io""i./\'''':'"":'_' ''',".."" ....'."''.'.'.','..\.'.''' .''.'.<,'."..'. '""''.i.!""''.".,. .".",."J'..._'';.''..'.'.,',_,, :::I

Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennettand will be no services at the Padgett
Troy Bennett,who are employed Church next Sunday, Dec. 24, or GAS "W Applianl.tSLADE \ SAPP'S STOREVOLLEY
In Fort Lauderdale were here the 4th Sunday as Has been our
Jut Sunday for the weekend with custom, as we think it best to GAS COMPANY, Inc. '
their families. change the service until January7th STARLING

: GARAGE Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch wereshopping or first Sunday in January E. Call St. Starke. Fla. ,
in Gainesville last Sun- due to the holiday season. The

day., :, ,.. -
Little Johnnie Sapp of (
STARKE FLORIDA Lauderdale, spent last weekend ;
visiting his grandmother Mrs. .A. 5 '
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6... ''' .. .. _.... '. ... ..,- ... C. Pearce. I .It->if. .. ,It.><;''',',;i!-.

II _...... .. .- -'" .....- 1 ___. .. .. J ,. I 0 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner 1",'. !;,:4>" ., -.
and small son, and Norman Irvin fJi .......... W. ',
and Nancy Tate, all of Jackson- ., .'. ..
ville, !.Were visiting Mr. Miner's r :." "
mother Mrs. Effle Miner last
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Sunday.The "
Methodist' Sunday School : Fi l ( ,:; :.r; ;,;;n..
will have their annual Christmas .i es.
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Saturday night. At ,-- ,- "---.- a ,
tree on --p 5"
the close of the program by the r -
\ members of the Sunday School ,

ti Santa will arrive to distribute

the gifts. r, .
Mrs. Mae Wells was In, Jacksonville :" : ..
attending ,to business.'. .1, .

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11, 1950 all the other good boys and (Irlsv s
people of the Tabernacle group. Christmas. So Til tell: you all I
Mr. Methodist ChurchThe Santa this Is what I would like to ;
Johns brought a fine message want. I'd like a little weekend Dear Santa:
.* a apropos of the Christmas First Methodist Church of LETTERS bag and a baby doll she sleeps I hope thatall boys and gin have this Xmas. A pr. of
and and a B.
ball A bat glove
season her Christmas this base I tiSB.
9 she wets and you can wave will have a good
Starke cordially Invites tc ,. TO
Saturday night. Dec. 23, the you hair. Her name is sandy. I want year. gun also a truck.
worship with us on Christmas Eve, and shirts. I Love,
L1 SANTAFrom some dungarees Mother
youth meeting will be given over Please bring my a pair
to Sunday, December 24. The Church want some socks and pants. 1 of Stocking. La Vern DyaL :
a Christmas
program by the School 9:45 Families were size 9 in socks and size 12 In
begins at : a m. Bring my Father a pair of Sock. -- f
very young folks consisting of i are urged to attend chufch Sonia to Santa Clause: pants. A little children recordplayel' Please bring my sister a head From Theron to Santa Claus*
i special and I want dolls lease Santa. 1 A nice pair of slippers.
songs recitations a
X 1
At BanUu
GOD The TabernacleInterest I together for the 11 o'clock service Scarf. I want a train Please .
dOF Clair St.I.Ja'l singing of old Christmas want a billfold Please Santa. I That Is all I can think of now. So 1
g8th. St. Carols. i which will be held In the Woman'sClub. want a little doll house Please good-bye for now. I Please bring me a Dall House. want a truck Please Santa. 1 I',
school in the services of the Special numbers will be present. Please bring me a sewing kit.
1Wor 11 a.m. Gospel Tabernacle Sunday was Intensified ed during Sunday services and on The service will be one of Santa. lots of hugs and kisses Your Friend, want a little Holy BIBLE. Pleas ?
bf MornfngService 7:30: p.m. by special music rendered Monday evening the music and praise with the singingof From Sonia to Santa Claus.I Carole Ann Hamilton I Santa. '
$y:.Service Tuesday 7:30: p pet by Miss Edna Noegel, who sang will present a sacred youth cantata.group the familiar Christmas Carols love you Santa Claus 421 Madison Ave -Norma Jean Wynn Love Santa Clause. \'
Meeting Thursday T:30: .m beautifully at the morning hour Cecil Underwood and daughter and special music by the Senior A !girl 7 years old. i I am 9 years old. Brooker, Fla., Please Santa bring therse thin;.
and Leonard Joyce, P. S. Rember to bring mommyand Dec. 18, 1950.' \,'
Noegel's feeling Interpretation will
present with to Santa Clause.
C08TI\L trumpetand and Children's Choirs and Miss Dec. 10, 19RO I From Theron P
Temple of loved daddy something nice.December Dear Santa Claus,. t
a hymn at accordion to add to the Interest
and Avo. Virginia Sewell, guest soloist Rev. Dear Santa Claus: I want some b bb, shots.
11th Morn the evening service. and enjoyment of the program. Thomas Q. Mitchell will the 11, 1830: Wishing you a very Merry
9:48 a.m.8: bring
School : I want you to bring me a Doll, Love Santa Clause. ;,,
dAY Elmer Johns, home Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Christmas and a happy New Year,
11 .. m.: Evsngefrervlces from college, Quigley Edna Christmas message, "Let us go to Dear Santa:
WorshiP Platte Tea Set, a small Electric will and A boy 6 years, old.
EveryoneIII" conducted the Tuesday evening and Leonard Noegel will atenda Bethlehem." Hoping you not forget me
7-00 p.Do and
: I hope that all boys girls ,
$ 8ervlce'assIsted by other young, Prayer Group service Sunday af. A Christmas Candlellghtlng Ser Iron & a. Mickey Mouse watch. will have a good Christmas this f',
ternoon In the CongregationalChurch vice, "The Prince of Peace," will I've been a nice girl &: I am look year. r.,.
time Mr., Jacksonville, at which be presented at 7 p.m. Sunday Ing forward to seeing you Xmas. Please bring my Mother a Tcrvel..
Qulgley will deliver
he evening in the Methodist Educa. Thank you Santa.
Please bring my Father a tie.
message tional Building. The Youth choir' Sandra Kay SolanoRt. Please bring my brother a cowboy $
will sing during this service and 2, Starke, Fla. aut.
0 Church Of ChristCorner Rev. Mitchell will tell the story of set of dishes. 500 k
Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a
10th and McMahon "The Other Wise Man" by Henryvan Your frlcnr,
You have been so good to me I
The is cordially
Bible School-10 A. M. Invited Dyke.to attend.public that I don't want to much this Marglle Luke.

Preaching A. M. and 7:30P. : .. .. ... '
M. .' '. ,' _" :," .: ':L. : '>

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study St. Mark's Episcopal

w'iiAigji each Everyone Wednesday welcome.7:30: P. M. Rev. B. E Simmons, B. D.,Vicar "The Forgotten Man of Christmas" Will Reserve' Any

Saturday, Dec. 23 7:30: p.m.
cumcii OF JESUS citRrsT I I Church School Christmas Pageant Will be the topic of the Pastor's Christmas
and party under the direction of
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS sermon Sunday night at 7:30 p.m.
I Mack Futch, superintendent.
Services each Sunday In USO at, Sunday, Dec. 24, 8:30 a.m. Holy First Baptist Church Hampton
Temple & Tenth Sts. Sunday Communion 9:43: a.m. Church Washert!
School 10 a. m. Sacrament Service School. Classes for all ages, nursery BOB GRAY PASTOROur
6:30: m. Public
p. cordially through Junior high.
Invited. and choir will present a special music program of the
11:00: a.m. Morning Prayer
sermon. 11:15: p.m. Midnight carols at the beginning of tills service. For Christmas On Our
To RfltftvMistry Christmas Communion service witha
... or short sermon. Congregationalcarol .
\ singing, and special music (Plan now to attend the New Year's Eve service)

PURE SERVICE STORE e666 Mrs by the Lemuel choir under Colson.the direction-of Convenient Lay-Away Plan

STARKE FLORIDA C.t Christmas Day, Dec. 25 10:00:
a.m. Holy Communion. The churchIs
as TMUTS taft ran afire open dally for prayer and med
itation. i

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Sunday School 0:43: A. M. ,

126 N.Court St.. MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE Florida, Evening Morning Worship.Service 7:30 11: A.P.M.M. "For Christmas I r

evening Prayer. 7:30 Meeting: o'clock every Thursday Only Only [
SPECIALIZING in REBUILDING -L. O. Hemingway, Pastor Happiness.:-GiveHADACOL" )

$5 .
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WATCHES and ANTIQUE CLOCKSStarlie Church program: will Friday present night.Its Christmas December j Down Down r;
Invited.22, at 7:30: o'clock. The public Is i,



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((2))A look at the Price proves its Value! / .
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In the short time since it was presented thousands of yD u 9.s

people have flocked to see the great new Silver Anni FRIENDS AND Mt\GI' t
Pontiac-few cars have ever had a reception to ;

P roo.... equal versary this. Most people came to admire, which is natural I'm happiest when serving:you. ,i..
people do more than admire,
enough. But a great many ., By day or I night on Christmas r
/rat start figuring-they begin to compare this wonderfully ,
< Dollar for Dollar they
: beautiful and desirable car with the modest price '..,. .. So here's my wish for 'Fifty One. a ;

tag it bears. The conclusion ia obvious-no car, at any Just ,let me work. and you have fun!
O11 md'6eW &' POItti.a.C: a price, offen more for every new car dollar you invert than a l' r t
(7 great new Pontiac! Drop in any time and look at the car, Your Servant of' the Century )t i itr

_then look at the price-you'll be doubly sure that a. .
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DEC 22 1950PAGE mlD1Y.

EIGHTForestry '.,. get: You are required tn appear on I Florida
fight world-training camps January JJnil. 1851 In' ,h. above of In ': ,
Student Fuzzy St. John: Revival To BeginAt ting fanatics, etc,-have been accurately named Court and cause, wherein ... DecemberA or rr b n
COUPON TO VOTEIN etched into the action of plalntl/f seeks divorce Bradford wherein T POrlillo, ,th'r'ln Its
USE THIS BridgeA. A.
Long County Telegraph shall puhlinh thl* Sullivan Olin ..
Home For Christmas To Appear. On Stage ", "as.yr. this wallop-packed drama. Order In tha J'r.n weekly offTclal boos i Bunts draver I Uratm'Urn.Fehu On
.ens Witness my neat piainanb
Of Park Theatre COURTESY CONTEST at Htark, Fonda ,bl. December and xhton
R. A. Whitehead has returned (a'.L FOR BID.Seeled 18th. 1950.OFFICIAL. virtue b n ".. J frIIdt IV)
the ,
received by ,
will be
home from the State Forest I Al (Fuzzy) St. John the com r. a Board of Hond Trustees of the C'ltyi ( BBAL) A. J. Thomas t her..n men.n .\rdp b 'r..
Club SCI Htarke. Florid, at the City Of- A* Clerk of laid Court mispif "I.",'11'
Ranger School at Lake City to leal, bewlskered, end lovable char Sponsored by Starke Rotary tic l In Htarke, Florida, until t-00: My Haven Crosby l Deputy Clerk will offer far.I Nj; ,'d.'J;
o'clock P.M. IS.ST. of Tuesday then Hollla V. Knight St.rk"l Florida the hllth"1 :,:
enjoy the holidays with relative acter, known in his pictures as Mr of 1951. at which I Ally, for 1>1t._ ) 4t Ilia Cash In front! "a). hex: b,,
.- -,- -- -- - ,.d"n 1curh:: bid receivedwill t h. Court Hnt", ,
and friends. He has just completed Fuzzy Q. Jones, will appear on the be publicly opened and read Iin rim-nit. .Conrt. Bmdrord. County, during the the. l\011"0:,n',Ittrna

Ute first three month of a stage of the Park Theatre In person My choice for most courteous employee: a Iq aloild On on yarn th*aupply following of :lubrlratlna-; Fleelde1.* J. Huntley Chnneery.Hattl Plaintiff v.. 1861. 61h dlt! .vinIv

Dec, 28 Accompanying oil, approximately 8,500: KallonM, Weldon M. Huntley Defendant.Ca .
course In semiprofessional next Thursday 1 1N11 .
one-year No. 't")7

forestry. him will be his All i N ________.____-______-__ _____.-- ''e; Maximum ciricatlona: :.: 1Pd .lIr Gravity* P.? Jtna.: Order. Of STATH Pnklleatlon IF' FLORIDA And Nntlo' TO To Jern', Iluwej(
YT1 imum Flash 418 degree* F.. "Bnv-' Appear I mPolYll
"It's a rugged course" he says. Western Stage Show ay bolt Viscosity IBw( degree P., 015, Weldon M. Huntley, whose re'ldencH l- ,
\Vh -re employed _. ___________.__ _______- 4130 degree F., 845. ft>210 degrees .III 8 Firm .Street.. tilltmore. Its
*W are getting: plenty of first St. John Is a veteran of more F, 8(1184( Carbon. Itvnldu O.8G'Xt North Carolina .
111...,.. Viscosity Index eo Mln. You are required to appear 'on
band knowledge In surveying reforestation than 500 motion pictures start ','1 ,,. One year """ ply fuel oil, approximately January 22nd, 1951 In the ahov.n..m..d ,
.w, 965,000 gallons, number t Court and cause, wb..re'nf. '
naval stores practices Ing his career in silent films many fuel dlBtllluta I gravity A.P.I. 91 : : WtT.r eek: divorce. Bradford
and fire fighting. Later we will with the Keystone Kops.When My choice for most courteous customer: i < |to 35.I p h shell publlnh this 90q
years ago The said Board of Bond Trtiate. Order In next four weekly l Leues. NOt1DAV
cruise timber) carrying on logging the humorous element wad I I of the City of Slark. Florida rejaerveH Witness. my hand and official seal i Aswan

and sawmllling and learn the fundamentals films Name _.___.______.__._________________---__._________-_ If' the right to accept or reject at Btarka. 1950.OlfFICJAL. Florida, thin December19th 4 LY
first Introduced Into cowboy any or all bldn. ME .
of wood preservation IHIAUO of' BOND TRUSTEES, ( SEAL> A. said Court .

I and kiln drying of lumber, he decided to concentrate on roles Address, ..____._____.____._------.---.--___..__.____-._-- CITY By OP Carl STA John{K6., City FLORIDA.clerk.. :Ky Haven A*Crosby Clark ,vf Deputy, Clerk
, Whitehead will return to the that would follow this new trend 122 St ill Martin J. Pearl. 912 Consolidated
, Uldir, JackHonvlllc, Florida.Atty .
school at the close of vacation, and has become firmly entrenchedin r tn Circuit. Court. Bradford County, .. for Plf. 12121 4t 1U2In
January 3. Clip this coupon out and mail or bring It to T. II. Slade Slade Florida. I. Chancery.. '' .
the hearts of western fans. the Circuit' Cimrt In and forirrndford
Oas (>>.; W. II. Graham, Alvarez Store. ; or E. L. Matthews Brad- Mary Lxiulxn Hmnot Bmoot, Defendant vs. oonty, Fto...... IX ,
Clifton Eugene
Featured with Fuzzy In the stag C. Felgert, well-known evange. Caps No 8IK5 (.It" '\1'FItY.NOTICb3 .
, ford County Telegraph. will revival services Order. Of Pnblleatlnn And Notice To ; IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
Meredith and list conduit
show will be Buddy STATH OF FLORIDA Tot under and by virtue of that certain
at Long Bridge Christian Church Appear ldenca Dwree of Partition entered In the
Clifton Eugene Hinoot: who* re
Musical Rangers. ,
his I 10 miles west of Starke on Route I* Tlfton Georgia: : I Circuit Court for Bradford County

\ Sunday through Tuesday Daniel the : Hired Farm Workers Under Social Security 1.00. beginning Sunday night, Dec.
, Park will show "Young !
< rjijiapps Boone" starring David Bruce in the [ For First Time Beginning January 1st 31. A more detailed announcement will E. r '(Cti
, concerning the services off '
title role. It tells the exciting
For the first time hired farm the laborer's pay matches it and be published next week. .
of days.
! story pioneer workers will come under Social Security tends the 3 percent to the Collector NitNAIR'Srttt0

provisions January 1. 1951, of Internal Revenue in Jackson Allyson & Powell Hltlb1OM

, and employers of farm labor are ville. TeamedAgain I Cordial (0

,, Let Us Thoroughly already making plans to comply An employee must work at leasta With 5EE0The

with the new provisions of the law. quarter of a year for the same In Florida Film

.. Wash Your Clothes The provisions do not apply to employer to qualify and the quar. "Right Cross", -an exciting GJooti "Wisliesfor

,, farm operators or their wives and ters are the first, second third and reunites
drama of the prize ring, i
9 Pound.For .. minor children, or those who workless fourth quarters of the calendar June Allyson and Dick Powell as a
than a three months quarterto year. If he changes jobs, he must
-- 40c! qualify. work a full quarter for his new a Montalban comedy as team a third member of Merry Christmas .: tobacco barn p

FREE Bleach If Desired! Federal, commonly old-age survivors'called Social Insurance employer count before toward. his Social.work Security.beginsto the starring trio and Lionel Bir- 4 I Iv brings you hlgh-qulity, I

After he ; he must'workat rymore topping the supporting I
Security is a family insurance qualifies yielding seed.
plan provided by the National So- least 60 days out of each quarter cast.This ,
cial Security Act, is operated by and draw at least $::50 to stay new film will be the attraction

.HRISTMASSincere We Will the United States government and on'the rolls.Employers. at the Florida Theatre' UNITED PLASTIC SIGNS, Inc. Grown on HcNalr TuMcNair's

Its purpose 1 Is to compensate to are cautioned to mak Sunday and Monday.

Dry Your Clothes some extent for loss of earnings returns quarterly and to be sure The natural charm and warm D,

good wishes for In old age and provide some pro- the correct name and Social Se- appeal that has made June Ally-

continued happiness--our For 20c tection for a wage earner's family curity number of the employee are son one of the screen's top performers '

wish to each of after his death. Other classes of given.. Is much In evidence In Rev. Lewis D. Halnes, Pastor
Christmas .. I. New Automatic Drier*I employees have been covered for Social Security offices are in her role as the vivacious Pat O'-

you. several years but Social Security Jacksonville Gainesville Daytona Malley. Dick Powell .Is happily CHURCH StarkeJefferson Yield Tested S Sei
I I. coming to farm labor for, the Beach.Tallahassee Pensacola, Or- I cast as the laconic sportswriter FIRST ,

first time. lando.' Lakeland, Tampa, St. Petersburg who'likes only girls he can't get,
CONEY" ISLAND West Palm offers of his & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town CompanyLAURINGBURCk
The provisions apply to hired Sarasota and Montalban one
The Washeteria
laborers doing all kind*' of farm Beach, Fort Lauderdale' and Mi best portrayals to date as the PHONES: Office 234 -. Pastorlum 130 '

SANDWICHSHOP: Temple Are. Stark work and are compulsory. The ami.. Information about the law fighter who both loses and win r r rr

employer deduct 1% percent from. can be obtained at any of .them. his last round.Barrymore SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M., 7:30 P.M.

gives his usual l force Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M., Sold By:

National Guard Rating Advanced discarded and convlcltlon promoter.The to the. role of the MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M.

!to You NEWSThe atmosphere of the prizeW.C.T.U. W. W. ROBER1"WORTHINGTOV
Special Program of Christmas Music
> Enlisted Men's Club Cam] Fl
end YOU Blandtng will be the scene of festivities Sunday Evening;, Dec. 24, 7:30 P.M: ,

tonight (Friday) when the .
ANDYOUi9rcctigs! "FOR UNTO YOU IS BORN I G. B. Colson
local National Guard Co. sUgci
__ for THIS DAY IN TIlE CITY OF DA A .Friendly Invitation From A
annual Christmas party Brooker FIs.I .
To All
.wives and sweethearts. Friendly Church Is -
f A fried chicken supper trill be

: served at p. m., and later In the<

t (1 evening dancing will be enjoyed: '

w APPY( I Members were put of-Headquarters in a holiday spirit company ee/ : 1r _

I Guard's last week quarterly by the payroll.arrival of Some the o // _

.. I $4,000 was divided among the 65-: ,1
ilOUOA] of the company '
man personnel ,
I I and, needless to say Santa Claus ,7Le'fre ---- ._ .. _Ta
< boost in morale. -- =-
to you received a big

and yours Carl Timothy Them.*. VSN eon .f '.<,,1> .,.,.- ","t'.,'.&.."It. ,. .<,
The regular Monday night drllli Mr. and Mrs. Tint Thomas of RenteI .\;' '
.Breaker Flaw pesas alter being&4.
will be suspended during the holidays vanoed in ratine ...chi..'. serviceman

We,don't,want to pass up and,the next regular drill ol third Bias. *. whUe servingaboart the
anbmarlM repair ship OS8 Spcrry
the opportunity of extending the local company will be on Mon. Deratingwith the ratine Fleet
each day night Jan. 8. Thomas entered the Naval service in r k
our best wishes to September, 1948, and received his reemit .

of you. May this be a most training; al the U.S. Naval! t
School Holidays Training Center San Diego. Calif.
Joyous Christmas for all. (OoUlTu.g.N..y Ph.l.5r.ph10671.9)Regt ,, ....
Charley E. Johns Begin Today tee
STEFANELLI'SGROCERY ., 101st Airborne Dlv.. Camp
Christmas holidays for
Brecklnrldge Ky.OLASSIFIRD.
Bradford County's 2,814 student. I

; & MKT. Starke, Florida and 100 teachers will begin al 'mv K

11:30: o'clock this morning wher
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-= closed until Tuesday January 2.,
The holidays are being foreshortened ,
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here this year in ordel
to make up time that was lost M..... All Model. ,
v ,.y, ....trr during the fall hurricanes.ADDRESSES. .R.........,le ......C...*KHRPIIKHO*.. aanraatevd.fHa. .

roar .. II..'..... mark. (Pfc. In

FOR condition SALE: 1948'49$.Willy.Bee Uuy Jeep Bale good., Th* hnawn M Pled. ..*) with new feature for'31 the heavy Jury t..mle. ..l. ..the new V-, for.SI..
OF INTERESTThe Smart Bhoppe. Up suck u the steering column earthirtt New maaiiva In postwar years, truck users have bought more
modern front end makes Ford the style favorite. F-J's than any other truck la the Ift-ton flcldl
following new, renewal and FOR SALE one UU Harloy-Da-
vldaun .1. 74 motorcycle In wood
change of addresses received by condition Inquire' at dr..rnOari
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the Telegraph will be of interestto

i AND THANK YOU FOR ALL Recruits readers: Wm. H. Hayes Co. M.,. FOR 7&o mill.*SALE a. Next: Old to E1!.Men T. Thomas. .....horn.&w Itp. &&Y7 [?@ffilID @ [{@ {flw'SBeetuioMir[

: ?THE SWELL PATRONAGE ,LAST YEAK. Camp 3 Bn.,Pickett 102 Inf.Va.Regt., 43 Dlv.. FOR SALEFRYERS

Mrs. B P. Walker, 823 W. 15th
St.. Pueblo Colo.E. 32c lb. FEA71/RIIE4DJVFRP/Wr
E. Burney 130 W. 17th St.,
FLORIDA Jacksonville Ha.
Miss Sylvia Morse Frontlet C. CRAWFORD Rt. 9 Box 70

Nursing Service Wendover Above Ph. Z96J-4

Hyden Leslie County, Ky. FOR 1951.more than aver,econ Ford's POWER PILOT Is
\Mrs James Swindell. 2475 La- BSTEHBROOK: 1951 dank calendar. oink pen make acts Ideal and. omr..wi** truck buyers are kolng especially important to you. No n. Fore Truck Power Hk It a ftrnpltr, MV-P">v.. ""

veta Drive, Macon da. Chrltma. gift tor th. business to follow the trend to Ford I matter what kind of truck duty oge>rf lag in*) moss power from tn* ...>* 9<*-
Seamon Recruit John P. Casey, man. see... them at Bradford New Ford Trucks. for'31 1 live you are interested In, the Power *
County Telegraph. Pilot is a PROVEN It and fires the right/ amount of gas
USS Basltone DDE824 care FI'O.New you atep-ahead engineering sd- money-aaver, automatically meters ;
York N. Y, WELL FINISHED TURKEY TOM3, vantages, lUCia a* America's only on every hauling Job. precisely the right/ instant to match constantly changingspeed ;
150 per lb. .at (arm.. Hen SSo ltOpal >. truck choice of v-a or Six .. a Drive comfort,too,get plenty load and power requirements.
LOCALFACILITIESof I I N. G.- Jr.. 139thEngl' ,
Recruit Hayes Turkey Farm, Florahome choice of over 110 model*-from of attention In new-atyled Ford Pilot UeS! only
., TWB Co., Camp Rucker, Fla.. lipCHILD'S 95-h.p.: Pickups to 14'-h.p. Big Truck for '31.The new optional Unlike conventional systems.-the Power .ym.worowfiring :
control instead of two Is designed
3-STAREXTRA Cab feature out yet
with organization *
refinement Jobe-Co fit
quiet PONY fir pale "h.ap.O.ntle. your hauling lob
Ala.Mrs.. Jimmie Spurlln Box 60, N.w laddl *. bridle. Ideal better ......,It rarer,,.that foam rubber seat padding, glass Iwlct a* accurately.arakaFordTr.rkrlart : '
competent and thorough in Its entirety Ala for Xma*.-!. A. Fowler Gun /0" wool roof insulation, automatic You can use regular gas you get .no-knock pel'-
Fitzpatrick Shop, :1 ml. salt of Brooker on light and other Power
from .Stark.. road. 4tp 11171LOST You'll find these new featuresdome many com formance. Only Ford in the low-price field give you
Rev. C. A. Crosby, change extras at only alight additional

enable this establishment to tn( engine,clutch, tranamiulona cat Pilot F conomyl.ales !
Starke to Penney Farms.Mrs. Tii.*.day afternoon, black 'or wheel,, cob. Pickup body
render fine and moderately priced W. S. Futch 1107 W :Main yx 1928 clan ring. 15 reward if And only Ford gives you'wherever ,
a returned to Helen Adkln, Koch''. then have been opportunities power choice of V-I or Six .
St., Leeabur Fla. Drug More. lip to make Ford Trucks. four great engine*! Over 180 ..rte.,. _
service. Mrs. Ida Miner 416 Washington do a better Job for you for lea model Com in and get ALL : : -- --:.

St., New Smyrna Beach Fla. LOST- : .Boy's T. T.green Long-A Box r.d lacksMr. money t the fact, JIW ro. .".:.._ '

DeWITT C. JONESPhone H. O. Hogan St. Andrews, Fla. 4 Ir/"g {2lfI- "
WANTED: l-bdroom house, unfurnished ; ,"loCI
Mrs. D. Scott Florida Farm tJ of
In town. Permanent
7 Starke, Fla. Colony Gainesville Fla. tenant. Must b. .....on.bl.. ; ORD 'TRUCKSJ': := ;-
Iluth Johnson, Orange Park Fla.
Co. H "
Elvin D. ,
Recruit Casey
a 102 Inf., 43 Dlv. Camp Pickett Zip ItllJ See em totilay/ LAST LONGER ;:r.--- '
Funeral Director, Ambulance Service FOR RENT: Furnished cabin, t ;
Va.Pfc. room. A bath. Hot water heater.By .
Our local funeral horn enables as to offer convenience and I Ralph P. Bryan (RA21S2- week or month. Phon 17 ring tag

service not otherwise available.We I 6413), llth Filed Hospital. APO 100 1-1. South Plnehurit Tourist Court.4tp 11ISI Rt.

Regt., APO 541. care Postmaster,
I BAROCI\e lY turn R .010..
Cisco Caif.:
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furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Pvt. Richard 1. Carter (RA143- I PORTHI:.. Q.......... ANDREWS MOTOR CO.Madison
accept AN 1 life\ \insurance policy In force iasaed by ANT 1 28704)), Medical Co., 350Ui Inf. Coort-HAHI.r. ....(....SIIKPIIKHn...:, StarhoMOVINO .

company, payment>> In part or In full on a funeraL Regt.. APO D41. care poatmaaterlNew
\ York N. Y. : HAirUNd of any kind. & Adams I
Consultation carries no obligation. He. Hilly Jackeen. Jackion Trans' SU. Phonj
Pfc. Ray E. Carter (RA14238- fer Co.. Ph. 160 or 4W it I Starke Florida

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QgQRSismiamiBramasszgffinffimffiBimiQi SOMp SAFETY RULES FOR HOLIDAY SEASONIt 'AND THEY WENT UP. .' j i
only takes a small amount of Carelessness to turn the Joyful
& GwS'' C Christmas holiday Into a tragic event. The Christmas tree la the danger There Was No Paved HighwayFor M
<< spot. There are a few simple precautions that will assure a safe
and merry Christmas. the.Christmos
That First Christmas TripThere
Never burn real candles on your tree. Season please you with its good ia +aa
Don't risk using frayed cords and broken pluga. wu no macadam highway little before Bethlehem where the cheer and happiness and the
Avoid placing powerful lamp bulbs near fancy ornaments synthetic leading from Nazareth to Bethlehem first Joseph. burled his beloved '
II &* materials when Mary and Joseph under- Rachel.It friendliness of the Yuletide
or cotton.
paper took their memorable Journey Is fairly certain that Mary and
Don't go away and leave your tree lighted. nearly 2,000 yean ago. Joseph did not choose the western remain with youBELL'S
route when they planned their very
Be very careful when smoking around Christmas package wrapping As far as route were concerned special Journey. Whether they
The western
there were
material. chose to go by way of Shechemand
route led along the lea-coaat and
Bethel, or around the walled
s Secure the tree'by wires to the wall .so that tiny tots will not. be through the plain of Sharon. This city of Jericho may never be determined
able to hump or pull it over. route was unpopular with pious
and Son and Joseph who definitely. GARAGESTARKE
Sam Rosenberg folk like Mary 100mileswas
the distance nearly
But -
Place your tree so that, standing or fallen. It cannot block a door shunned the heathen cities, rowdy In anycase, unrelenting
way which might be needed much a* possi
to escape from the room. travelers etc. as
STARKE, FLORIDA and conquered only by persistent
If'you go In for elaborate decorations better make sure they'ro all ble.The plodding And when Mary FLORIDA
made of Incombustible material. Flameproofed materials can be purchased shortest route via the fruitful wa* too tired to go another step.
at many stores. Insist on them. plains of Esdraelon Into the Joseph took the pack. upon his
and through
mountains of Samaria
..---T" nc.- ... .... ... .. -0' Shechem and Bethel was not very

'mi})j) DID llJ} ) j} MERRYCHRISTMAS Jews popular had, either.but little steep use The;for road however in*was Samaritans tolerable the- '

n 111E11Ef3) }) } YDU! U). LU The, and Jordan Into vice the versa.route Jordan, which valley and descended t a C

,. followed the river's ..albank
around Jericho was. favored by
We hope the old gent just brings loads and the majority for one reason of Galilean or another travelerswho 4th.

loads of nice things to make this the happiest'. wwTM Passover at etc.regular. went Intervals down to Jerusalem and As O
knew their way around as well as own shoulders so that she might the :
of them all h
suburbanite know their way ride the Uttle donkey which
around modern metropolitan trudged faithfully at his aide. ,lyeors ron by, we rear.o "
area*. Verily Indeed did Mary appreciate r
.it' If the Jordan route was a little the shelter of the stable that Ize'' more and more a
round-about. It was fairly I.vel- night-no one could have ,been .
what it have
0 means to .
M L and steeped In Jewish history, more grateful or more happy than ,
from th.shadow of Mount Tabor Mary. And she brought forth her the friendship of folks t
where Saul In delp.ratioD'louaht first-born ion, and laid him 1* a
his 'witch' of Cndor. to the tomb manger like you. That's whyit

is a pleasure to

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you yours a
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brings to mind the fWi(z $

Many happy friendshipsthat

we have ;. J .

had the pleasure of II the' Christmas. belt

ring out to herald the ap*
enjoying during the past I proach of another Yule* S

twelve months. tide we are reminded oJ / ,

; the many pleasant associations Q
We trust that we
my. J 11 enjoyed during the 11

Your trust continue and confidenceand to merit II [CRSTMAS R 10 YOU S % of past we your extend year friendships In our appreciation very may"' ,GJ '

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I INLAND i id "
CHRISTMAS TREE!!: will be put
up In two out of every three f
American homes this year. Yet
as It
trimmed Christmas tree
I the tradition in Finland be-
Is known today. la only about 130 The Christmas Eve bath was quite a
fore the advent of modern plumbing.The '
old In this country.
forbade Christmas oldtime Finnish bath-room was usually a three-room hut; i
celebrations on the grounds they one room was usedfor, steaming and scrubbing, one for rubbing, JllmDIDIDmCIK IIUlWWWU IBIJaltl tJUrun'1WCIW'
were pagan. A Massachusetts and one for dressing.The azl.r ---
law in 1689 subjected anyone to a
{ tine who observed the day by hut was warmed by a stone f '
feasting, refraining from work or oven. Heated for hour. before the Indestructible MistletoeThe I "
in any other manner. scheduled bath, and the '.bs th- I
It was not until near the end room" was really steaming. After ( ay the blessings of the Seaso
I of the American Revolution bathing came the rub-down and flame-thrower and atomic HARD TO GET Mary Jane
tree took of the body with energy lethal instruments borrowed Is only 14
that the Christmas the switching Ng (yep that's Ng)
hold. German. Immigrants. birch twigs to Increase the circulation from modern' warfareareout months old and as a reault Is be with you and bring you
, homesick for the tradition at topped off by a roll In the to kill that ancient symbol of. playing hard to get with Santa.
their native land put them up. snow, supposedly to whet the appetite peacemaking and love, the Christmas She was at a Christmas party deep and obiding happiness
The custom of the lighted Christmas for Christmas Eve supper. mistletoe. held for 450 underprivilegedBowery :,
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY The He*. Hugh Glle. (left .* tree, some historians tell For supper there was usually The unusual battle front is Australia children In New York. HOME AND AUTO
Und). minister of music al the Central Presbyterian church la originated with Martin Luther. He stockfish and prune tarts to be en- where too many valuable FARM, Supp
., which marked the trees the traditional barley trees each year have been receiving
New York Is shown leading the carol lnglng was fascinated by evergreen joyed plus STARKE, FLORIDA
lighting of the Christmas tree on Park avenue last year. Six fllstpnlnn/ with starlit-snow, pointIng porridge In which cream and : the kiss of death from the Make the Covering Gay ._..... ... __ .a _____
hundred persons joined the choirs of f've! churches as the 30 tree. to the heavens at Christmas sugar and almonds were mixed. harmless looking shrub. Despite Up Gifts
I lining the avenue were lighted and dedloated In honor of V. S. time. So he brought an evergreen After supper the boys and men mistletoe's popular' reputation as When
dead. tree into his house and lighted It matched their strength while the the Yultetlde promoter of romance OF THE GIFT is the wrap
i war with candles for his children. girls-garbed In the men's work I It is a publlc-enemy parasite In the HALF-let's make the coveringas
I Another old German legend cred- clothes-blackened their faces and woodlands, killing off the trees gay as the gift inside.
its St. Boniface with the origin of stole away to visit other homes in- that play it host. For the girl who likes to sew
the Christmas tree Having con- oognlto and "see Christmas." The Australian foresters have finally material for a dress in a fabric.'
verted some oak treeworshippingDruids girls never spoke nor acceptedfood resorted to the flame-thrqwer as a. wrapped box, rick-rack for the ribbon :
to Christianity, he took but went from house to house quick executioner for the plant and and spools of thread with big
them into a forest, cut down an merely to watch the festivities.And are using radio-active tracer., buttons for the decoration create an .L t.
i 1 i oak and pointed to a stately fir when the evening's festivities furnished by the U. S. atomic energy unusual package. If you give yarn
I I along Bide. "Take this tree" h. were over the smaller children commission, to study how the for a sweater use one skein for
said, "Into your homes as a sign of made their beds In the clean mistletoe saps the water and min the big bow.Disguise.
k. your new worship. Celebrate God's straw spread on the floor in commemoration eral salts from the trees starving a flat box of letter '
I power no more with shameful of the Christ Child. them to death. paper .. a desk pad. Use a real R TINC5
rites, but in the sanctity of your blotter on top with corners el
homes with laughter and love" metallic paper.

,- ________- /--_..___________ ...1 Why not use a necktie knot hi
ONE .0 decorating the box containing a tie? V
Fasten the ends of the ribbon under
I. the lid about Yt way down: bring to
of the real joy of center; tie the knot and shape the
{;IIVaAtlnPl /, la'9M' ends tie fashion. Use a dark blue

Christmas it the opportunity to ..p s4bGs. Gi+G ia6., and wine one-half or green Inches ribbon wide.about These one are .4 ''H:1

'" attractive used on a striped or
put aside the routineof A plaid paper.
Or tIe package might resemblea
,. ,A. amp : a rea w m a.Jb.a dl'C 'dG Gta:4s tiny suitcase wrapped in paper
every day busmen a. 'r4 dad.t&J w.lo a. ..d.1J1..6Jf"'1L r4ss'fd with the ends bound in decorative
> _- oI- aIl u.4"7".dg !-av1lre tape. Add a handle and identification tllk ?

end with genuine 0 0 tag.
To thank u m
Christmas Mass you

sincerity wish our customers r r rti I !Midnight Mass on ChristmasEve ;;;_* would like to 'I farl

.- Is the.event of the year In 't beyond us. For if we
9H-4 iT' Jr F f" V'CiF1i Rome.
had friends lib
( ; *i- 6u4 Nfl iiut t4. ff&ita t AUVifr Gmt- Every Roman Catholic church
ti tiRiv
dre.f.seo w .KA m..4 / Gwnc i-f! tdba In the Holy City I. crowded -r{ = you there would/ leno
: .f) .. -t.If.::.w 11I4, r ...y.lJ&.p dIJ' o. with men women and children firm like outs
I anxious to see the processions
of church officials In their
r r splendid robes. The larger the :: _.
church the more beautiful the 'Our sincere thanks for the association and ptt'ronage

ifltt4SLADE i sight. And of coarse, the service > with,which we have been favored
at St. Peter' Is the most
H .,,-t. J', % d:2.4 4lI.4.1M1 a.P .r4bA dJ rfav magnificent In the world.'
At St. Peter's all the men
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?'400..... :iw'.up""p! Maim. .b lJa.a641r4r) present are required to wear
evening clothe and the ladles GEM JEWELRYED.
1 TJ= Sfr must be dressed In black thus
1i r offsetting the brilliant beauty of 'ECll
i the robea. Even the guards on SIMPSON SEABOARD WATCH IXSP'

I WELL'S _0 0 duty ara attired In elegant red STARKE FLORIDA
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I ij fru ff) Christmas and to express the

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I jest : hope that our present cordial

rib iicib << relations may continue

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that you will enjoy the

I I II I ,.. I Season of Christmas, its fine

., dJc7J3sC66 May your very' wish TO OUR MANY friendly e associations and its

for the Holiday Season COCO FRIENDS
\ b. realized that'. / / AND NEIGHBORS II .. thoughtful tokens of esteem

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Christmas and best wishes for good fortune Si fStarke Builders' Supply anJ d

that you have ever known you ? through the.cominQ year i


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> Season Evokes America Has Provided f I ICHRISIdlflS
Spirit of Trust, Faith .
lower Legends Express Christmas Beauty Indicative O Come Let Us Adore Him World With Poinsettia
of the Integrity and
legends concerning Christmas, but some of the trustfulnesi prevailing throughout WHILE IT SEEMS rather odd. I It ?I
many the world is Interesting that :
There are to do with flowers.m..i.tmat at Christmas time, people r
beautiful have of Holland often entrust gift America has given the world Its
otl rose, for Instance, was divinely created. A shep to total strangers requesting the most beloved Christmas plant-the 1
Theaid wept at having no gift to lay before the Babe In the passerby to leave the package on poinsettia. This plant like so many dlJ.M-
rd msuddenly an angel appeared before her- .uch-and-Such a doorstep, others of our best flowers. If native
angel Halt-way across the globe. Negro to tropical America. The florist c
his voice was low and sweet
Angel spoke I It
The families In Virginia long have observed has been able to propagate
As the sen's murmur on low-lying shore the table and It In a small pot, so that
-covered-with-a- grow
or the wind In ripened wheat. S. R. JOHNS GROCERY
Or whisper sheet custom. The dining room with Its flaming red bracts or

after hearing why the maiden wept, he touched the ground table Is covered with a sheet. leaves it makes a most desirable ., _, 1 .. .. .. ..- -..... ._, ...-
Then' hod fallen with the branch of lilies which he carried Names of everyone In the house kt Christmas plant
hero her tears the place was white with Christmas roses which the hold are written on slips of paper t144G There la a sentiment that goes
Lid Immedlately and laid on the manger. and pinned to the sheet. Gifts areneaked I with most Christmas plants we .. I
tld gathered under the sheet when hate to throw them away. What
Sainfoin or Holy Hay Is believed to have cradled ?
done with the poinsettia
Of the others. everybody Is supposed to be asleep can
Infant Christ In the manger. and even the youngest child re Moat of us figure that it la easier
* the snowdrop Is the flower of the Virgin Mary, and Is said to frains from 'pecking' until the and cheaper to throw it away
And emblem of the candles she lighted on Christmas Eve gifts are unveiled Christmas morn However, if properly handled, i it
the ing. will bloom for you a second or
.F '. even a third or fourth yvar. You' L ,
e can even propagate It, It you with Wishing; You AJ4U4
> :-1 I and have more" plants.
0 s
I Ij II r dive the plant a resting period

I around the middle of FebruaryThe '!
;, florist simply lays It under the
T S1' cvt 7 1 benches, but you will probably putit KM
\ (1'4. basement Water it occasionally
In your
1 ) > enough to keep the
wood from wilting, but no more
c Then around the latter part ol CANImtt4
;\ I : Mayor early In June bring It out, ; :
; # J&J cut it back rather severely, and re r r '
1i pot It. You can then put it ouUldeIf r r '
: I you wish In the shad of a tree r r I Ir
omimdnls of the -\ or ah'Llt.nd water' it enough to __ r \
keep It towing Of course if you
RIGHT FOR THE ROLE :i __ III have a nice warm sandy spot, V.
1u i stmas.Season. Playing Santa Claus for young w might plant it right in th.
victims ef polio and cerebral you to VAN'S CAFE
ground but most of us prefer
palsy is opera star LaurltaMelchlor
leave it In the pot.
shown reading aChristmas

Precious and Patricia Pullo. ...


T-:;; I I ESTWISHES .School. for SantasWith .01 Was 2V.Wfftil Jloore hliamed,rfetore'erfulfior' oJt, I a e,

Everyone knows and loves the
poem which be.lna- ChristmasGreetings::
., rl Twaa the night before Christmas ;
when all through the
rll bouse

Not a creature was stirring, not
a : even a mouse;-
for Christmas Day but the man who wrote It Dr,, ? :
Clement Clarke Moore was ashamed -
and Every Day of it and would not allow
t It to be published under his name
for more" than 20 years. EVERYGOOD
l Dr.' Moore an aloof professor of j
t + !
t' i Greek and Oriental, literature In WISH
r't the Episcopal Seminary In New 1
1 York wrote the poem on Christmas
aA eve 1822: and read It to his for a Seasonof
seven children.He .
+ t t ai had not planned for the poor Christmas Is a good I
F + to go further than his own family.
but a relative who was visitingthe genuineHappiness time, a pleasant time i
Moores put a copy In her dairy.
relative's rather -the one day In
VAN H. PRIESTCOMPANY The next year the

.. sent Other It to newspapers a newspaper printed the C. H. DRIGGERS'Furniture long calendar\ of,the

Jingles and they quickly became year when people
I known all over the country. The Company ,

Starke Florida dignified Dr. Moore was embarrassed ,. everywhere lay aside the cares of the
beneath --- --- -
IOast I and considered it
a man of his scholastic standing every day world.
to be the author of children's ._._ e. _____
Twenty-two yean later however A 'Whole With gay tidings all around us and
W he finally publicly admitted
t sM" authorship of the jingles and it was with the ,blessings of the Christmas
I published In book form under his C \
name for the first time. Ii season so greatly In evidence, let us f

Ironically the professor's serious W all acclaim the Yuletide and welcome
works are forgotten today. HeIs f 1 I
f mentioned In encyclopedias it with a sincere and heartfelt hop. :
I Iof because he wrote the celebrated
The quietness end peace Christmas verses. if pines !I VI ,

Wax From Candles fM '
Christmas bier.. I May oil of us In our own way observe)

a Calls for CautionWith '! ta 4W the customs essential to a joyous and 1

with the spirit of thanksgivingto a "ea"vaN 1,7atat47hoy Y so many candles placed .\.:! JI \\... successful Christmas Season.
about the home to give a festive
air during the holiday season, can. 1 c
remind us of stave tablecloths t
a die wax drippings on rug. I
you and mantels are almost In ... IV 4_ )\

the joys of associating Merry Christmas evitable.Wax spots on rugs.can usually be 11 ". .. """-

removed successfully by first scraping <<. \
with folks like you. and a tteolth of all off as much wax as possible t r i
with a dull knife and then spongingwith ,(] of

flit thins) When carbon you scrape tetrachlorlde.up the wax be rl); Cheer ,

careful not to Injure the yarns. U 7 .
that the I finest season the candle was colored and a stain to you
remains, try sponging It lightly
can.bring!! you, with a liquid made of two parts of and yours
water and one part of denaturedrubbing
( ) alcohol.
MASTERS all his experiences, At a precaution against fading SULLIVAN'SDRY
the modern trend makes the test this mixture first on an Inconspicuous DIRECTORS
J. R. KELLY Electric Service old fashioned Santa Claus part of the rug. GOODS
embark on technical educa Wax that has run down from candleholders -

Starke, FloridaGUY tion. "School for Santa onto your best linen i- ee ... .... .... .
tablecloth can be removed by the
Clauses, sponsored by o ,
same method of first scraping-being -
Hollywood actors' organization CI'f -.
very careful not to injure the
is coaching Kris Kringle"doubles" fiber or thread-and then spongingwith ....., '" .. > 2
..c for their roles during
r1 f)
carbon tetrachlorlde. If the
.,. ,
the holidays. stain Is colored use the solution "' q 'w ;
Cultivation of a hearty, or suggested for a colored spot on a
belly, laugh is in the curriculum rug after you've used carbon tetra i \ I f I i

; (top photo). Santa is chlorlde. Again you are urged to _
: ?
1J.": shown how he must open his test an Inconspicuous spot for possible 7I .4/
: .. "'J mouth wide to force booming"Ha fading from use of the solu

::;'if4. t1 Ha" through chin brush. tion. ,
a Photo in center shows in- r ii

.f...:: I structor demonstrating application I It's been a good ,

':":( of tourniquet so year end<,l. happyone
.,1;.: 'I'\:?;;;. that Santa will know what to and we're
;4.i-. : do if a boisterous celebrant ;y, GG
to injure himself.At glad that we have
happens p 1
; bottom, melodious renditions the opportunity e44em14 ;ih

> f of "Silent Night" are .5 Yy + p to* extend good
< i practised at each class ses W I wishes. :

fk sion. + tea, CT ,- 9'eet94et' ({

i ,..- n. ,.. 1"f 'JriG -
t1fh :iffi i Instead of Wreath, Hang

I Btlls Instead, Ornaments of the conventional on Door wreathon f dad t/ gg ;

the outilde of the door why not
string some beU4 and tree orna. G )

J /dur meats on narrow baby ribbon and BOYS WILL BE BOYS Despite
bang from a huge red bow the apeeta..lar meow '
Make your door and window that Aadre Kleomek la dieplaying. I ELECTR SERVICE & SUPPLY', ;
frames bright and cheerful by 8 nt* eta. being the i ICJ
i with ribbon and r,
framing them Jolly sod OJidersUndlag eld R. KITE, Owner
sprigs of bolly. You can hang the gent.... be I I. n. doubt will let I
ribbon in festooni cross the curtains the aev.D-yea.14 e-rf with a STA! KE, FLORIDA < and tie at the sides In wide warning thai time to runningeat
G sash bows for colorful effect far behavler. ii'
STARKE, FLORIDA goad CS"" .,. c i

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DEC 22 19 5 0 J,


PAGm ---
Alfred O. Barnes, Plaintiff va. Mln.
By Haven. Crosby Deputy. Clerk at Starke, Florida thl DecembetOFFICIAZ. nle tmrnes. CoauntY Telekdlrorce.--:
HOLY NIGHT T. Frank r-ndrum. Btarke, Fla 7th 1980. Defendant.Caaa No. (IT* > 1 I'
I Attya. for Plf. _____ fall| 4t 1IISI. ( BEAM Clerk. of A. old J. ThomasM Court. Order of Pnfcllcatlim A.. Notice TeAppesir. OrWltnan ext four wi' 'It PULl I

When Father .' Bradford C.t; Bjr Haven. Crosby, Deputy. Clerk STATIC OF KLOHIUA TOt I
ClreaM Co rt.
Carlo. E. Harper. Z04 W. I"nlverslty Minnie Barnes, whose residence' la /thAj 60'm lurldiatdlrtL.. /
FIorIA.L Caueery.Ruby
and whose
unknown postofflca
address '
,r Carved tho e. Layette Whltley fmfendant Plaintiff: : va> O&ln.ovlllAII:14"trl" ,Is. : P. O. :E for
( i Joa Delina Whltley. S18S Atty _____ You are required to appear on BY Haven L'rnkrAp'J,

\ 4 tEa t Order. .f Pabllra''. .Case.d Notlee'No. 'toA..e. !. Circuit' Court, Hredford Coontr.rivrldai named January Court 8th, 151 and cause In the, wherein above A. 1t;ThomaeaJOIerOkl"; la,!,1'
Tot la c..o.r
! Joe l>elma. Whitley whore re.l-. 1 l"L
,,3 r". a 4 denc la Route 9. Clayton North '

1 Carolina.You are required 1:0t appear on -WE----H015E voD---ijON'T OVERDO I
III January 'tlh, 1(51. above ,I
a named Court and cauae, wherein.
'' J tr ,'t' .1.. plaintiff seeks. divorce and custody
1 J
,, 1, qtr / I t of minor child. Bradford County
,i ., Telecraph .hall publish this OrderIn .
" TheGlow Warm next. tour weekly Issues
s t w Itneee my hand and official seal IT BUT WE WISH YOU
l I lA. at Btarke, Florida able Deaamber7th .

of tr ( .1860. A. J. Court .
__ of aald
py Haven. Crosby, DepJ''jr4tclijkjNOTICR
ChristmasCandles .

f. f .. dinner the
boar' bead was to the Yuletide ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that
feasting o( Medieval England. the undernlgned. has. been. a"polnt..dAdmln'.tr.tor
of the Rotate ,
Preparation tor the feasting began Richard D. Bennett deceased, any
and all pornon, rlalmanta anb rredltom -
during September or October of deceased. are to file their lha
r It Is our fondest wish when the boar's flesh was at Its worn statements of accounts wllhthe ':

1 that you will enjoy the ',. ,., best. Hunters tracked the animal Florida County. ,Judge within. of elg-ht Bradford(8) calendar County 1
down with well-trafned packs of months from first Dubllretlanof r a
same warm friendships ... ,.G,..... boar-hounds and it was dangerous able. notice or the same will be I Ibarr..d

and associationsof ,Thl painting of the first sport attacking the ferocious beast and .all by"Htatutea adminRstratar. :;\ of LlmltatlOnM'j 1 4I
with spears or surroundlng him
1' those about you on Christmas was done by Fene- 12115 4t 115 Richard ,
and driving him into a net. ,
'" this, the greatest day of W stein, an Alsatian who laughtI ('A.... FOIl BllThe I I '
His his vulnerable
'' them all Christmas. the Munich Academy ef Art. ear was most Board of County Commissioner Ji { rc'
df spot, but before the docs could get of Bradford County Florida Aw
j a grip on It and pin him down his will receive. sealed bids until 10
AM January and 1051. for the ann
; Tradition of PoppyThe sharp teeth often wounded-sometimes Unction. of a test drainage well I

f ; I l t.A t. even killed-the hunter and near Cypress' Run In Sampson Lake ll ,A /i *
poppy loaf, traditionally his dogs. screening In said/ county and manual, complete cut with off valve Inlet /t {

a part of Christmas Eve capper Nevertheless, the pluckier Ih.bo.r. Separate bids will be considered
In Lithuania, la a small loaf the louder his praises were' for each 1 Inch, 10 Inch 11 Inch and
14 Inch wells, and bids may be a l
made of bread dough and baked sung, the merrier the feasting, flat I um plus cost foot of well
4'J bard In a bread pan. When when his head wu born to the and the contractor frt material furnish. for alt

cool, the loaves are dipped In a Christmas table. a labor completed equipment well:and the Board reaervea .- tJ
solution made ef water and the rlirht I to determine from
time to time during the procresa of '
anrar and ground seed
r peppy !. Clrralt C mr Bradford Cooty; the work the depth to which work
which la also need as traditional Florid. *| !. CsjMeerr.Dorothy ; shall provresa. and may permit modification TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY
holiday beverage. Butler Ueor e, Plaintiff: vs, of the specifications. asolrcumstanc.ee
Paul Blmpaon decree, Datendant.Caw Justify. The
Tradition prescribes that the No. (Ill may reject. any and all blda.

poppy seed should be ground Inn Order of. Pakllratloa STATIC OP Aad FLORIDA Notlm Toi TeAppear. > M.Chairman O. Harrell of. .nald Board. ..,._._ _ ._ .... ....... _ .... _, J _..

Olson Refrigeration Service Iron kettle using an ax handle Paul Simpson decree, whose resi Ulu n uizs
dence and address la ail flab
aa mallet. and no Lithuanian .
Street, N. W., Washington I>. C. !. Clrralt C..... Bradford Coemty.Florldei .
would think of grinding You are required to appear on !. Cksneerr.
STARKE FLORIDA seed tot the Christmas peppy January nth 1051, In the ..bov.nam.d Elva Monroe De Masters. Plaintiff \
> Court and owes, wherein va. James Richard De. Masters. Defendant .
loaves by any, ether method. plaintiff seeks divorce and ....tor.tlon .- Case .No. SIMOrder
of maiden name Bradford ef PafcllvatlAB) And Netle TeAppear. >

World's ChristmasLegendsaNumerous County Order ''I.r :=-fafuh weekly publlih Issues.thli 'James .Richard STATK De OP Masters FLORIDA. whoseresidence TOt I
and address Is UnknownYou :
Wltneia my: hand and official sal :
*'lorl thl I I are required. to appear on
e'thBl <
SO January 16, 1961, In the above named
( : BEAD A. J. Thomas 'Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff
A. Clerk of raid Court. seeks .divorce. Bradford County
By Deputy Clerk. I Telegraph ahall publish thla OrderIn .
Multitudinous legends claim Innumerable Ray HrJ'n.c:' Selden. BuildlnDar- next four weekly Isaues.Wltneia e

origins for th. Christ- tona Beach Florida, Attyi." for Plfll 'at Starke.mr Florida hand' ,and thla I official December seal.

mat tr... One better known legend | 4t tileIa / I 14, 19ao.

concern, an early Christian missionary CI..lt C.-: DndteN Coury; (OPPICIALAECIerk of A. aald:J. Court

sometimes Identified as J.Flslst Ward in Chapman Cka..ory ... By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk.

St.Wilfred?who once cam upon a Roberta CAapmao tl.tendantCase Attya.T. Frank for Plf.Landrum. Bt $116tF116
of Druids to make No. IM4
group order *f p. llnltlm A.d Net lee T.
a human sacrifice .under a large aTATB OF FLOHIDA T.,I !. Clmlt Coors Bradford Ce>utyVUrtdal r
n m ( fc. .jtA naandar la Ch; ..eerr.Oladya .
p oak. :: f.1 UIFornt A..nui Moser, Plaintiff, vs, CJeorreMoser.
H. had the oak cut down and, as In cars of Mrs. Ida Oshring, ,Kansas Defendant. Case, No. Hit
It !fell a'young fir tree sprang up CI\y Ml..onrl: Order *,( Pvbllmtloai A.. 1tlee. TeAppear.
u are to 8TATB or FLORIDA TOlQeoraja '
In It* place. The missionary nlzeeSthe January 'th. h961a In t0ea.Dovi Moier. whose residence. and tJU'-
i evidence and made the fir Jfi.9ourt.! and "use. wherein addresa Is: 344 221 Street QueensVlllaaje .
Long Island New York
iree a symbol of the new faith: opniic to t f** Olvorce.and .rape of You are required to appear
defendant other. .[. o-"d:: :
lenceforth. the tribesmen were, to Bradford County Telegraph. .hill nary IS, 1851, In the above .
Court and cauae, wherein. plaintiff
set this symbol of Immortality In weekly publl.b. issues tbl. .Ordern n.xt tour seeks. dl"o..".. Bradford County Tele-
the hall of their lodges at Christmastime '*Bltnt" h.nd .nI( official seal.J era h shall publish thla Order In
.. "ST next four weekly ,Issues.Witness .
and surround It with Itfi 1150.*' Florl
easting and love and the laughterof (0.OFFICIAI.. SHAM A. J. Thom. at Btarke, Florida. thla December
14, I960.
children lIy Haven. A. Clerk 0'.+ said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas CANOVA PHARMACY
The legend of the Faithful P1nawAlch T. Frank I Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Aa Clerk of aald Court
drum. Btarke. II'lort"a'l Ry Myrtle T, Denver, Deputy ClerkT. '
sheltered the Holy Family Atty. tor
11| 4t H1J| Frank Landrum: Starke, Fla
during the flight to Egypt Is less 1a CI.It I' Attys. tor Plf. 12111 4t 116
j well, known perhaps but so very, Coort. BndteN Oe.a/y STARKE, FLORIDA
"i Cb.ry. .
Leek !. Clrevlt Co r.. Bradford Coemtr.
Ii charming and touched by the mysticism : Raln'y. Plaintiff.' ... Benjamin Florida lai Chasjeery.
appropriate to the Nativity Franklin Ralney. Defendant Paul Luclua Hunter. Plaintiff vs

t rIf theme. Ord. Of .........,.,,. A.VTNuJ. ...." Edna M. Hunter Defendant.Case.. No.. 31M

With Herod'. soldiers In pursuit I B..nlamho A eDMe/ STATIO Oil' FLORIDA TOt Order of Pablleatlosi A.d Notlee T*
Franklin Ralney. whose .. NT ATM OP FLORIDA TOt
L0 Mary simply had to rest awhile :' resldenr. ta 115 Perry 8tresq HI.h Edna M. Hunter whose residence.
:: and sought shelter within the hollow Point You North Carolina. : I le I'nknown. and whose last knownealdence
era required tit aDDear. en .
and addresa waslfl .
trunk of a huge fir tree. A* 3annary In4. 1861. In the .bDV. nam. .
North Highlands Avenue, Broad
f Ja 1 t the soldiers 'd Court wherein plain. '
approached the tree fill seeks Sj2"o';. Bradford' Creek Vlralnla C
County .
bent Its branches to conceal the Telegraph .hall You are required to appear on
publish able Order
C .! huddled little group When the In Witness nest four weekly. Issues.. January Court 16th and feel owes In the, whereinlalntlff abovenamed .. '
I. my hand and official' seal
danger had passed, the baby Jesus at 6tarks. Florl County Telegraph shall publish l this
!: 14th. 1960.
s .. blessed the old tree. And If\ you Order In next Issues, .
y''d1I ;i cut a pine cone, lengthwise at Aa SEAM Clerk. A.of J.std Thomas Court Witness my hand ran"d"official sal p -
{ Z[ .'i Christmastime, you can still seethe Ey Haven Cro.b,. Denuty. CI*.k *_ .

Imprint of His little hand. _____ 1811 4t, 1ZIJIe ,
Nor hoe legend overlooked the ( > Cflrralr Ci..rt. Bradford Co...,.. FREE ;" ,

bright baubles which: bedeck' our Ouatavo FIer1Aa1. Soottl la Ckaneerr.Dl Perta, Plaintiff' ,) For Prompt FREE Removal .
modern Christmas trees. The first v.. Krmlnta' Mlano Scott I DI Perta,' ...
defendant, Case No 1T4 of & Worth <<
Christmas tree was really an apple I Dead Crippled
Order n( P blli>a ln And N.. tree according to legends collected Appear, PATH OF ""OR IDA less ,Cattle, Horses, Males ,'

by Florence B. Robinson. who Hrmlnla** residence.Mlano. Boottl and address nl l TO'I. : & Hogs r.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. NasworthySTARKE And. although the fir tree long Via Nomentano, SOU Rome. Ital /
since has supplanted Us predecessor You are required to ."".. Call 132 StarkeWE r
January Ind. 1951. In the above ,
for Christmas use the popular ..d Court and cause wherein plalnIff r. '
FLORIDA tinsel bauble of today la the reprosentetlve .seeks. divorce. Bradford County ALWAYS COME 1 r
Telegraph, shall '
publish thla Order : nI
i of the fruit which for the In next four weekly 'Issues' Florida Renderers A ,
sally Christian symbolized the Witness mr hand and official anal. .

fall of man in the Garden of Eden 5[NT* n Stark.Florida, thla Novembor INC. r :PE
FIgln.c. <<
I and his reclamation by the birth of ( SEAT A. J Thomas.
Aa Clerk of std Court.
the Saviour.


1aIzd Kaou1Pll'u1lIa t ? ..


dtiq ih IN I'' ,t H1 Qh'Jlig Q. 7'uk JloyrpHE 0 K 'C".w''

YULE LOG I la a tradition of

*> Christmas but due to central ,

heating and gas stoves It Is becomIng .
J a lost tradition In this country "" L ,f
1 Few city dwellers have open ; << r ? ,

grates or desire a log fire. And '
i : f' n'b D DI
those living In the country find b ,

coal more efficient and less trou- \
.r! 0
9 ble. ':I ; XY lr

: However' for those who have a : ,, .
place to burn the yule log and .
want one, tradition says It should > iw4 J rq oih;:. 'f

be t oak. ash, olive, apple or pine. ti l i

Further the fire on which it is 1QP
placed should be kindled from a That ths approach of 'n 4f

brand saved from last year' log. : ?i lw:a '

and that it should not be allowed

to go out during the night. f another Christmas season
For those determined to have 9x'0. Ffir ti
; 'rttf i'1l wish
the :yule 10,. the voice of experience .

say get hold of all the wood .. will with
bring it .
af you can. Some kind burn better day, ,

than others but reject. none these
day .a2 n y, iv Yk and
loads of cheer
Ash I* highly: prelsed by some

\ IJ and can be used without being ,

seasoned. It burns quickly, but

,,, throws off great heat Poplar on i happiness .tor each of you,
the other hand should be seasoned
It will *
t or park badly. ,
Elm Is condemned a* undesir ."' friends mer:;. .
able but can be used. It I* slowto $ our : Q.n.cust
1 get burning, but lasts a long time t \
and brightens up when It gets going
A few logs of birch, pin or Or will '
.f' help It alcng.HacD'and. G 'I OF THE SEASON

/ oak are among the ,

best log*. Beech I* especially" TO EACH OF YOU

good having a pleasant aroma
and a steady glow. Oak has theoutstanding ,
* merit of burning slow

ly. G
:' EVERY BRANCH ,OF INSURANCE U none of these are available. 1 1
wood from all kinds of fruit trees Western Auto\ Associate\ Stores ,

are prim favorite for the :yule

log because of their pleasant smell


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