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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 29, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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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FJoNAL LEGION COMMANDER

PREDICTS USE FOR BLANDING I Christmas Eve 'Freight Wreck Armed Robber Takes More Than




Shooting Fatal Tangles 26 $3,000 From Safe In Walnut St. Home t



To Negro Man I Cars At Lawtey

Police Without Flues To Identity Of Man '!


Christmas eve shooting\ esra-i, Twenty-six freight cars, loaded Santa Goes To Prison Who Demand J Combination Upon
t; 9s. rife
e pBdes took the life of Sherman with' phosphate piled up like scattered Threat Of Death

t ::1 ; Duhart 43 year old negro, and dominos In a spectacular derailment :Mr. a.IOIIU.,*. .Imrrlra dtt have warm m-arla-<>'*p<><'lally at Christina Ir
caused the logs of night In one at about 2
Lawtey a. m lliix.
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:r, eye of Willie Richardson also I Wednesday.A More than,$3,000 in cash was taken from a safe in the
colored. This fact was dramatically illustrated last week when an avalanche -
Lloyd Green home on North Walnut Street in bold
e broken journal (axle) was of than 300 Christmas ,8 early
Sheriff P. D. Reddish more packages and some 200 cards and
said that, morning: robbery Wednesday.
Leroy Collins, colored. Is I I blamed for the mishap which tied letters began pouring Into the State Prison at Ralfurd for one of the '
;d being up traffic on the Seaboard's main Mrs. Green was awakened about
held In the I Inmates.
county Jail here
'sox with fatally shooting: Duhart charged line until mid-afternoon Wednesday It seems that the prisoner employed In the prison's auto tag Drastic RevisionOf ,!3 am..by an unidentified man who

with a ,22 Calibre! automatic rifle when the east track war plant concealed a note in a bundle of tags appealing to the outside Draft LawExpected cautioned her not to make any

1 about 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. I opened for fast-working crews. It world for remembrance at Yuletide. The tearful appeal said that he noise. "All I want Is the combination -

The Sheriff said that the shootIng I was expected that-The other track had been In prison for some 12 years without being remembered at SoonThousand. to the safe," he said "andIf
would be cleared
some time Thursday
apparently grew out of. Christmas time. you don't give it to me. I'll shoot
I Christmas night.It of American youths
eve drinking: bout at The tags arrived In Tampa where the note came to the attentionof who have been the whole works."
the home of Duhart's mother, Lu- was reported that the journal wondering whether
la Mac Fashion In Lincoln City. apparently broke about a mile a reporter and was reproduced la a dally newspaper. Then the they wilt be drafted will start getting Entrance to the home had been

,. t'y) The Sheriff said that, according south of Lawtey but did not disintegrate flood began.. Moved by the Yuletide spirit, person. near and far began the answer soon. For manyIt obtained through the back screen

i>o ;;;.:"t w a 7rrklle i to one, version of the Incident until It hit the switchesat sending the "forgotten man" score of_ carton of cigarettes: candy, undoubtedly will be, yes door which had Deed cut sufficiently I'

Cocke Jr., National Commander of the American Legion is Duhart told Collins to leave the the crossing opposle the old other edibles, cards and letter. The Senate and House Armed to allow a hand to reach In and

above belli; greeted on his arrival In Starke last Friday byThomas house as his mother would not Dr. Brown homeslte In Lawtey Supt. U F, Chapman stated yesterday that concealing note In Services Committee. will open
lift the
Jr., Commander of Post 58. Center figure at rear is "put up with" cursing and other Witnesses said they saw sparks shipments of tags I I. strictly against prison regulation and that the hearing shortly on drastic revision latch. The lock on the

I Commander Carroll who was among the high Legion figures alleged actions of Collins flying from the wheels of ji car ai prisoner had been placed in the flat top for his Infraction of the rule. of the Selective Service Law. wooden,, door at the rear of the

|pany1ng Cocke on his visit to Starke. Collins Ia said to have gone to If it were skidding. :Then the can "We are giving him his things a few at a time" the Superintendent They scheduled the hurry-up sessions house- had been out- of .order for \

i his speech before assembled school students and Legionnaires his house got his rifle and returned began to buckle near the train'scenter. Bald. "There was too much to give him all at ono time anyway." after President Truman announced some time, Mrs.amen said. Consequently

:lorlal! stadium the National Commander said that Starke was to the McFashlon house Other prison attaches said that the man'. note was misleading in his new goal of 3,500.000 by the simple process of
where he fired through the closed men In uniform "as soon as pos '
_to ltl> heart because it was the site of Camp Blanding where so door three times one of the shots There were 90 cars In the freight at least cue respect since It I la traditional for the prison. to distribute a sible." cutting the screen the thief
_I men were trained during World War II. Because of that tralne lodging In Duhart's stomach. which was headed north, loaded Christmas package to all Inmatea A Senate Armed Service subcommittee unhindered into the house. j

said, many lives were saved. "Camp Blanding probably willd with Florida phosphate. The He
He was taken to the hospital In will open Its hearingsthis passed through a rear bedroom -

certainly should reactivated In the current preparedness Gainesville but was pronounced Starke Are department was called Bailey Is SpeakerAt Housing week. Chairman Vlnson (D- In which Mr. Green was
| National Commander said -Photo Stevens dead out to extinguish the blaze In one AuthorityIs
im, the by Tony on arrival. Ga.) has made changes the draft sleeping and' proceeded to the
which fire.
car caught Annual FFA
Duhart was known as an expert DiscussedAt law the first order of business next front bedroom where Mrs. Green

ELKS DISTRIBUTE BASKETS presser and had been employedfor Several witnesses said that It Parent-Son Banquet year for his'House Armed Services was sleeping with her young eon.

many years by cleaning plants was the most spectacular wreck Rotary'Club group. Archie. He awakened her by pullIng -

e 0. here and elsewhere In Florida and they had ,ever seen. A Lawtey Yuletide decorations brightenedthe Longer Draft Term gently on her hair and held agun

Aa Georgia._ 1' drug store reported doing a "land BHS cafeteria Friday night, George Upchurch, chairman of Vlnson said new military needs _on her while she gave him
In another shooting scrape about office" business In film as camera the Daytona Beach Housing Authority mean that many deferments ;jnu t combination to the safe. 11
Dee 15: when the seventh annual "
Sam. Sunday 'Willie Richardson fans sought to catch the scene with and Ed Sncad Daytona arch. be cancelled that the 21-month .. Mrs, Green said Mat In the dim I

of New River shot Sandy Springsof shutters. Parent-and-Son banquet of ''tha itect, were guewts at the Rotary draft term mUlt.,1Hi lengthen.* to glow; Doming*into the 'room from ,

"Lake Butler through the."*left. .* ADDRESSES Bradford C;,:ppler, 1r9dure Farm' Club her. Wednesday, discussing at least 24 months and that the some )nc'arby' holiday street lights '
.da calibre Colt.
with with local business the
eye a men
possibilities draft must be lowered from
era of America was held. age she could not tell if the Intruderwas
1t Springs Is receiving medical \ of establishing a similar
19 to 18. There Is considerable '
OF INTERESTThe Featured speaker was Thomas D. white' or negro. She was so
attention in a Gainesville hospitaland authority In Starke for the purpose sentiment In Congress for all these '
Bailey, State Superintendent of frightened that after he left to
cRIhardson released from
was of constructing a number of
i following new renewal and Public Instruction who dwelt on proposals open the ..te. she pulled the coyer
'Jail under $300 bond.
units for whit color.
housing and .
gl'i change of addresses received by the important part of that education Defense officials arc not expected over her1,,head and that of heron

the Telegraph will be of Interest play. In-modern slay: farming. ed resident to ask for any change In the and dons not know anythingthat
r _I IN Fire Department to readers: Seeber The speaker stated that the pro. top raft age limit of 25 nor.'for took place until after the

I Answers Five Calls Mrs. J. M. Dyer Box 1310, Fort of the Doyle chapter Andrews, served president at- ject had worked out very successfully any big revision of the present exemption thief left the house. She waitedfor
In Daytona. The II vet what she believes to have been
Fla. master city commission of the.World War
Myers.
During WeekThe of ceremonies at this annual has the power to create erans. But continued mobilization about 15 minutes and then awoke
aijN : fi'ri' C. A. Kelly RFD Box 100, Wildwood event which ,was attended by the her, husband who the
housing authority they said eventually may make these steps ,telephoned
M fire department has had a Fla. some 300 chapter members, their With the police.
+u approval and backing of
1 t c busy week with five calls since Mrs Nell Crews, 21 West Steele fathers mothers and friend the necessary.
Government bond The Greens
Issue is are not sure just
last Friday, but with no serious Ave, Orlando Fla. City and county officials business then floated to obtain funds for Big' changes are expected In deferment how much money was In the safe,

1 '.' damage !In any fire here In'Starke Mrs. Grady B. Baggett. 318 N. leaders and head. of civic group constructing the units and the policies. Acting on his but state that It was In excess of

wen j Y ; Friday afternoon a fire broke Austin St., San Marcos, Texas. were also guests on this occasion bond. are retired through paymentof own, Mr. Truman Is deferments believed readyto for 3000. Thor. was also $400 In
i' r ; end mandatory
out In the walls of the Dampier rents. The speaker stated men with dependents.Men "store money", awaiting to be
pool room, caused from a short deposited from the i'
that It seemed to be an ideal way grocery and(
(Siarke Elk Lodge joined wholeheartedly in the annual dtstri- I circuit In an electric fan. Dam for communities to obtain additional other than ,fathers probably meat market which the Omens operate

i of Christmas baskets to needy families in Starke and vicinity, age amounted to about 25.: Sat housing to replace substandard will be more available for the. and which Is located just !,
first. This Includesthose
[prp-hollday meeting members of the lodge contributed more than urday afternoon a grass fire units now being occupied by draft deferred for support group wives. across the street from their home;

be used for this purpose Exalted Ruler Charley E. Johns iset threatened nearby houses on Chris some families. and other relatives. Some fathers They feel sure that the thief !

> t right above being assisted In preparation of the baskets by tlan street and was put out Imme Governmental surveys determinethe also will be' called If mobilization had to be someone who knew the '

r]Wg members Jack Trawlck and Phil Vltsky. --Photo by Tony diately. Christmas evening a care p' r' p ''Yfl number of units that may be continues at present rates. "lay ,of the land" because he did
lie, less youngster\ threw a sparklerup let constructed In not ask where the sate was located
any one community. educational
Some In the
roof of a chicken house change
on the but only for the combina
It was said. This Is based on the Iff believed Inevi
deferment
tered on the Ruby Johns property and / I1d system tion. It was located in a compartment
Knots r Funeral Tuesday number of substandard unit. currently : table. College students. now are j
roof. Damage -
burned off the shingle In the hall of the home and

.f Soon Become i For Mrs. KendrickMrs. 15.: Tuesday afternoon the it being was explained.used In the Any community unit- deferred academic at least for completion of was hidden from view by acloth,.

department was called to put out any year curtain.
net As Dodo B4, died without a bath is automatically
Kendrick. Student Deferment
Martha a threatening grass Are at the classified Mr. Green slept throughout the
rldlana who still toast their suddenly Sunday night of a heart, corner of Tenth and Grand streets said a* sub-standard, they Six advlaory committee appoInt. Incident within about 15 feet of

|at open fires better attack at her home In Starke. She I Wednesday afternoon they answered ed by Draft Director Lewis B. where the thief was opening the
enjoy
f"lightered knots" while was born In LIncolnton, N. C., and a call to Lawtey to assist Ir The speaker were Introduced by Hershey have submitted a plan ,

na had made her home here for the putting out burning freight cars A. J. Thomas Jr., commander of under which some 45,000 "proml.ing .- safe.Sheriff P. D. ReddUh said yea-
i(I local would continue to
40 American Legion Post, who students
ber! put overturned
authorities years.Survivors of phosphate which was terday that his office so far had
hereabouts stated that be deferred each to help meat,
include her husband, effort to obtain a year
11 most cheerful In a train wreck. uncovered no clues upon which to
a be Just of firewoods T. N. Kendrick; two daughters, The shortage of water and firefighting housing project for.Stark* wouldbe the need for trained scientists- and base their search There were*
another
iIIb pine now memory. Mrs. W. S. Gibson, Goldsboro N. equipment In Lawtey sponsored by the post. specialists. no footprints or fingerprints that
used to reI -
the elate will not C., and Mrs. Tolbert Black Lake hampered their efforts of puttingout All draft-eligible youths wouldbe would be of any help ha said.

f me fat spluttering fuel produce the City; a brother Vernon McLeod the flercly burning cars. Cattlemen To Meet given an educational aptitude Mrs. Green did not hear a car .

Dr.leafed yellow Troy N. C.; a half-brother j14't, ? PM, examination possibly the Army leave the house but was .so unnerved
etptain. pine did George Dover, of Milwaukee, WIs: Oak 4 k 1 Friday Night general, classification teat. Thosereceiving by the Incident that she
'"tired I i 1 I a sister: Mrs Addle Ritch Gas- Lowly Scrub a passing score of 120 doubt. she would have noticed it.

[ from(the originally lIghtwood) Ionia, N. C.; two half-sisters Mrs. May Prove Value ; The Bradford County Cattle would be deferred for training as even if there had been one
skeletons of the|l I specialists as long as they kept
1 ke and Mrs. men' Association It stated that the Greens
alFowth of F. F. Flume SU will meet at the waa
Pine Which the once long-leafed covered I''Ovella r Miller Jacksonville, and As Paper SourceThe Mary Adams Dicks, 611r Courthouse Friday night' at S up Defense this grade.officials. are consideringa I carried a $2,000 household theft polIcy

Ihii the State. When> these four grandchildren.I '- lowly scrub oak, once con o'clock. Dr. ,O. JI".. Goen, Animal combined draft-universal military which would partially cover

/ outside. layer aT.ddropped -I I I Funeral services were held on sidered good only for firewood Unique Character, 4, y Husbandman at the University of training; program under which their loss. '

Tuesday afternoon at 4:30: o'clock become useful In the At 93In Florida win be the main speaker.He would b" five
wy and left the may soon Dies Age .Y + younger men given
10 oily It flare at the touch In the First Presbyterian Churchof manufacture of paper. LIt will discus winter-feeding of months training In U T. country StarkeSchools Aid ,
:match.'sage. member, with the sandhills last Wednesday, cattle and other related 'subjects. ,
which she was a abounds on the death and then sent anywti )1' another
from that variety of Rev. I..A: Shepherd officiating. east of Starke and Florida has Dec. 20 of Mrs. Mary Adam All cattlemen are Invited to attend 19 months. TB & Health Fund :

I''too long to crow for pree- Interment was In Crosby Lake more than 5.000 square miles 'of Dicks Bradford County lost another a* this should be a very interesting The Army has ask etlve
The Starke school conducted a'
.
P f Workstation methods and cemetery with DeWitt c. Jones scrub oak foreatl.Preliminary of Its welJ.knOWfd1araeter.. .f program. Servlc. for 180.000 n.\, .. January -
"* pine' Is a .heartless type]I I'Funeral Home In charge of ar research at the pulp who contributed a bit of color and and February. .a 40,000 ta.et-moving and exciting campaignlast
week In order to aid the Bradford -
the University
timber men say rangements.. and paper laboratory1 thata atmosphere to the every-day routine Jane Wyman StarsIn men are being drafted la month. County Tuberculosis and<<
of Florida Indicates of the community.Born The 'November call was for 70.-
high quality filler pulp may be 1857. "Mrs. 'Stage Fright'At 000 and Selective Service delivered Health Association In .Its effort to
Very In Germany In raise to tuberculosis -'
help fight
Important from this oak. 71.385. money
obtained ,,
Very Important "
she wa familiarly .
The nature of the'bark (23 percent Adams, as Florida Sunday and to teach ways of preventing -
\known in spite of a later marriagethat this dread disease.
formerly I
prevented
)
Deadline January 15th of scrub the log oaks' use In paper changed her name to Dicks treatment. It was there that death "Stag Fright," a thrilling tale Plant City Berries Together the Elementary and
Bradford County many of murder and a chase for the
,. However, the laboratory"evised came to came last Thursday. closing her Brine; AverageOf High School collected a total sum
NOTICE TO FARMERS the and established her killer through a crowded theatre,
whereby ago :
a method years life at the ripe age of 93. of $224.91. Mrs W. B. Sewell was
Lake. She enjoyed will be shown at the Florida $1.03 Per PintA
be separated home on Hampton
and wood may fa ml- chairman for the Elementary Miss
bark For yes.rs she was a ;
Co alAti erpvatton Program out under the 1950 Agrlcultur-office .atl8fadOrUy. off fortune-teller a widespread and reputation a* long asHer ass 'liar figure many la Starke.! where her only.Jan Theatre. this Sunday for one day total of 3.754 pints of strawberries Audrey Newman for the High
to this 'conslllt. ,
must be reported firstchipping
The process bare feet long hair braid. and brought at the SchooL
Monday' visitors. grower
them. without health lasted bad many Wyman Academy Award
January 15 in order to get credit for the logsing attracted i
,
Km corn cob pip always Plant City State Farmer Marketa Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght. Chair
to I Ie
earned outTie bark during which operation from near and far. seeking winner. starred In the role of
not
t ; ve to atop the practices: : you the shattering action of the haw c-.r "fortunes told." She much attention from stranger a student at the Royal Academy total revenue of 13.299.03 during man of the County Association:

I 8ure by this office ln the next two the T bark from wooAt. carried on small-scale farmIng and home folks alike. of Dramatic Art. I the past week. Dally prices and Mrs. J. R- Kite. Seal Sale ,

rt'after"* regulations prevent us from accepting any % mixture separate of bark and wood also operation In her active years, Funeral service were held at Marlene Dietrich play a musical .- ,ranged from 75c to SI.30 per pint. Chairman provided funds for par-

January 15. 1951. passed over an *"-** and mad a business of renting the graveside In Santa F* Cemetery comedy .tar suspected of mur Figured on a average basis, the tie* honoring U>.. two classes :

NifC; have carried that will uTubl. which operate on the boat and fishing equipment to M Saturday afternoon at I o' der while Michael Wilding. Eng I price was 91.03 per pint the highest which collected the most money.
wjthout! out some practices as table) '" Hampton Lake. clock with Rev. L. D. Halne. officiating. land' No. 1 mat screen star is paid for strawberries In several Mrs. Blanch: Edwards' Eighth
few min- principle oreeemining sportsmen on ? I
i ea realizing it. It will only take a same to leparate Mrs. I DeWitt C. Jones was In ,a detective charged with unraveling I years. Grade Science Clasa and Mr*.

fore thCdk? your, performance report if you are in.town different industry specific gravity.At .r Due to( her advanced years. 1 charge of arrangements.Only the eas*. I There will be no berries In Brad- Woodham's Twelfth Grade English

date. of no time lathe research. Dick had been ta declining health survivors of Mr*. Dick The film was directed by Alfred ford County for some time yet due Class were winners. These classes (

attempt made i pradnce al for some tima. She! fractured her are two nloce Mr. H. C. Metz- Hitchcock whose flair for unusually to the November freezes and cold were enttrtalned by the Glee. .
Sincerely, an be used 10 the, and was carried that continued on through Decem Club and then served delicious refreshment -
Mrs
fiber which might hip m a fall recently ker of Wltehlta. Kan., and suspenseful pictures) I I. well I

T. K. McClane, Jr., County Agent kraft procesl; .. a replacement for to a Jacksonville hospital for Mary Halck of Hampton. I known to movie f.na. ber. *.

& Sec'y Bradford County P&MA; Committee pine." t

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BRADFORD cov TELEGRAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY,
DE'F1faER
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barred bv Statute of Limitation, 11, 1080.OFFICIAL. Creek
a green Christmas wreath. Daisy slid all debtor nay unto the unrtemlannd ( SEAL) A. J Thorns You \'C,'
,I! OUR DEMOCRACY -byt Mat has sent me a box no doubt with admlnlntrator Richard Bennett.. .Jr. Py Myrtle T.A*Deaver Clerk,of Deputy aid Court Clerk' Januai\, i II..,I ir.ti, ,
I. Bradford County Telegraph I some of my beloved holly, from her 1215| 4t US T. Frank landrum, Starke, Flu. PIAlnllff named! i .u,., ', I ." ;<
.
: tree. She bas never missed a CALK FOR HIM .AU).. for Pit._ 121G| 4t 1G| County T.. I 1. i I., UP'*'
Cnmmlesinners I. ''
i ESTABLISHED, 1879 E. MATTHEWS. OWNIR-BOITOH NOT-SO-DUMB ANIMALS Christmas and I have been here The of Board Bradford unalod of County County bids until Florida 10.- Florida In Circuit I.Cart tkanowr.Olady Bradford. Coantr, witnes In. "n,'l ., 1 lilt"' s.P.Ord..r ,..
Ave All things to make a will receive I
years. A.M January 2nd 1 B1. for the con- Moxer Plaintiff v*. George 7th. 198pr' F': I1"IAli
Christmas, as I Bay more full .of tructlon' of a test drainage. well MoHcr. Defendant. Case No. 8191Ord..r (
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I Hun In Sninpiion Lake Publication .And Nixlre To OFFICIALt BALI! :
box from son near Cyprnas A,
Mid Entered .. Second L N meaning. Big my In Raid. .county complete with .Inlet Appear. .T'ATOil' VLOHIIIA TO 1Carlo
Published" Every Friday f and his wife. It is under the tree. screening .and manual rut off ..alv*, (Uenra Moier whose reildenc and :aFniCc;! brell'
the Post Office at Starke, Fla. / Separate bid. will ha conaldered add,,," In9344 tti !!Street Queen ',
. Matter at So Christmas to all Avo",. 1tY
ma- a very Merry Alt ,
a for each 8 Inch 10 Inch 18 Inch and Vlllnae Long Island New York: fo,
of you. A happy and brighter 14 Inch welle!.. and bid may lie a You are required to appear on Jan. T'1 bIs
1950 flat um plus com foot of welland nary 10, 1951 in the above named I.
MEMBERBubftcrlptlon aye New Year. May God bless each the contractor frt furnUh all Court and case, wherein plaintiff F CIrcuIt th !.
and every one of you I send my labor, equipment and 1 material fora seeks. divorce, Bradford County Tele Alfred 0"0' ,In .5.ery arsefaN.
0
9 J.50 Annually 'U50 for Six Month love and beat wishes. nerve completed the right well to: determine the. Hoard from re. next grAph, four shall weekly publish laauea.Wltnex thla. Order In ale' Dames.Dllrn D.f. d'1".111'...
rLURA.In time to time during the progress of mv hand. and official. seal
the work the depth to which worK at Rtnrke, Florida thl* December Aryeao I''hll..... e
; Circuit Conrt. Bradford County,: hail. roereea of .the and noeclflcatlon may' permit' *mud.Iflratlon a*. 14( ,FVJ5&iAL SEAL!! ) A..1.'Thomas. ""f: rpr I hair; 118,; ,'r" ;YL9+I
"DIVIDED WE FALL The Tnrif ty S wo / 1 } ':.byD tzt\V Whltlay befendant.Plaintiff' : vs.; may reject any .and all bid., P.V Myrtle 1 T, Deaver, Deputy ClerkT arji.a |I. p ,I ,'" pij"You ,
long over-due and timely effort on foot t ; la a Natural Save e t M. O. Ilarrell Frank: I-andrum: Stark, FlaAtty are roquii.j1 \11.
There is. a Case No 81S3 Chairman. of Ion Id Hoard .. for Pit 1JUS 4t 115 January Io ',
effort to build up our strength I ist Order of P.Mlco..lon nad Nolle to 12129fj named 8th 1 iv 'I. II,
common 12115 at Court
unite ..4 f App.... STATH Of FLORIDA Tot In Cherie C.-Hadl..d';: Commlr, and ..u"
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front again
aSTdemand for united Plaintiff .okl
to meet *. The need I / Joe Pelma Whltley whose real- Florida i In'Cknnevrr.Paul Teln Jlln .., '
which threatens our country is quite patent. GUI dence I.. Rout. 2, Clayton. North Circuit. Court Bradford County, J.nclim Hunter Plaintiff v*, Order In next ors f. h", .ha0 pc
the danger t Carolina.You .
Edna M. Hunter, Defendant.
Florida la Ckanrery.Klv i neeklf
time this country is split into groups,, appear on Caaa No. 3118 Wltne .
enemies rejoice every 1 tI'lWI: .:0t Mourn lie Maxtrr Plaintiff lit Starksn'W .1 ant
to make t 4, January above .. James Richard Mauler. Defendant 0""
the Republicans trying v* JJB Order of PnMlcatlon And Notice To 'tth 'd.
whether the action is simply r named Court and cause, wherein Case No. 8112 1950 \hll
+ appear. CATH! OK FLORIDA TO.
vice versa.It plaintiff leek divorce and custody Order of Pnhllratloit. And Notice ToAppCrtr. IODYIHat' I! At.
bad i .
the Democrats look or of minor child, Bradford County Edna M. Hunter whose residence ,
"ATM OF K1.OHIOA lOt ApelA ,
la Unknown and who. hut knownresidence
to us that at this time we cannot afford the \l Teleerraph next, four shall weekly publish lesueeWltne this. OrderIn 'I Janice Richard Pn Minuter. whose and address was 4121 .J. Theo,, P
appears renldon, and address In unknown
have a big job on our hands and .. mY hand and official seal You are required to : : North Highland Avenue, ,Broad 1 Atty., t. rk,
we onIJAn".ry
appear
of family :
luxury scraps \UlALVAREZ' /
at Starke, Florida, this December ,
U951. In the above nnmertC'onrt
to the business of building .
it and get down Tth 1859.OFFICIAL ,
realize
had better and cause, wherein plaintiff
we .
up our productive capacity and re-arming, ( Aa SEAL Clerk) A.of J.said Thomas Court, xeek' divorce rhall. pulillxh Bradford, this CountyTelegraph OrderIn /ii/ STORE Alen'y'

Those\ who doubt the urgency of this message have only i' ', :The Industrious Beaver jfvvork Ey Ib en Crosby_Deputy UI4t Clerk.1239! .1 \next *four mv weekly hand and,IxHiiex.Vltnex ,official, seal Established Clathll 19.

to consider the solidarity and concentration of purpose of *with all fits Might Jl NOTICF7NOTi'E at 8tarkj Florida thla December

our enemy for a few minute!! Russia is not delayed in her is! H1.RERY: OIVEX TO I U, _
AM. WHOM' IT MAY CONCERN that '
communistic imperialism by '
program of world conquest and the underlined has been appointedAdmlnlKtrator -
usual." There are no strikes for higher pay or \ of the Rotate rfItlrhard.
-politics as
better working conditions. The country is not debating whether and all. peraona D. Bennett, claimant deceased and, ore any : MARLIN

Vishinsky should be fired or not, and so far as is known ry,, Ji dltnr sworn of atatementa deceased of are arrount to file. their with ; FACTORY SERVICE ;

there is no diversion from a single purpose-and that the CI ti 1 the, Florida C'nuntv,Judge within of Bradford County
elRht (SI cairn.darn -
destruction of liberty throughout the world. At this moment month. from firm publication
working feverishly to The Stubborn Mule is stubborn 13 1 of thl notice or the same will be
Russia and her satellites are pro- : -

duce the guns, ammunition, tanks, planes and bombs with t1\\ "hi. eating only! WhAt he N eda. i4 i1 4+ GIVES SPECIALIZING in REBUILDING

which'to destroy us. -

Events in Korea have shattered any hope that existedfor \ \, \ 7 fJ t' \' ..'g, 111 i1ITFAST

peaceful settlement and crushed the efforts of the United \ \ ( ., RELIEF WATCHES and ANTIQUE CLOCKSLOVE'TT'

Nations for a world in which law and order can prevail. The IN THESE DAYS, PATRIOTIC AMERICANS" ARE CALLED I

only recourse left for our people is to re-arm as quickly as UPON TO SAVBASTHRIFTILYA3" SQUIRK.EL.S 1 when COLD _
possible and meet the threat of force in the only manner TO WORK LIKE BEAVER-S. AT PRODUCTION FOR" MISERIES STRIKI -==-=

which is understood by the rulers of the Kremlin.In NATIONAL... ST"-ENGTH-ANI" TO BC AS STUBBORN
AS MULES IN B 'lING.ONI.'I WHAT THEY NEED. ,.'
recent year: words have been so twisted and distorted ..
Ly propaganda that they have almost lost their meaning. But

let us not from now on fool ourselves. The danger is just as

great as we are told it is; the necessity working together,
as'we always have in times of crisis, is vital to us and our

children. Let us put aside personal aims and gains and Ltv

work together shoulder. to shoulder.R.B.ALVAREZ&SON'.

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TRANSFER STORAGE COD. Lora Burgess Afo6r STARKE, FLORIDA -- Prices Good Through! Sat., Dec. 301

"PONCA. NEBR.;--- -
l-. ---T1'--.e-:: ;
f local
We
I ss::: A: long operate: distance mall Wherein, I sing I Christmas prepare songs for CbrUt-nhlle for ordered.presents I did this not month.spend so I much have

AtAtvapf1650N.netNS. anywhere In V. B.f !. I work. been buying things for several HAPPY NEW YEAR !
3h, Ye beneath life's
MOVING heavy load months and did not have to rush at .
Rl '-.5- / EXCELLENT Whose form are bending low, the last moment. I hope my son

Who toll along life's climbing way and sister get their packages !In
sY., STORAOKFACILITIES With painful steps and slow. Indiana. There is
a strike of the
Mt hours Look up'' for glad:. and golden railroads in Chicago and now one ARMOUR'SMILK FANCY BLUE ROSE

cannot mall a package east. I
Agents For Come swiftly on the wing. hope my, packages arrived 'before
O, rest beside the weary road, they struck.
DelcherBros. To hear the angels sing!
See U8 first! The above verse is my favorite HELPFUL HINTS: Try a paint RIG
brush dipped In furniture
from' that Christmas carol and polish to .
clean out
this year I sing It with special cornere.rtTry a ball .
fervor. During the other war, I point pen for tracing embroidery
sang It as I went down thesandy patterns. One that has gone dry
road from the Hill I melted up all the little pieces oft TALL
school to boarding Clay place a bars of soap and molded it Intc: :
my .
qu-- one cake.. It made 3 2 9 3.b"
1 we Lang's were I winning was troubled the war but soap. Add a little a water nice bar when of CANS .Bag 29

melting and
stir
Now, what with the hordes of briskly. I .
[ [ ES Chinese ovcrrunlng the earth, one BERRY Try this PIE ORANGE: & CRAN-. .
has no great feeling of security
of So Christmas this year, means 3'. cups chopped cranberries, Ji/4 BLACK EVE
more to me than It'ever has in all l cups diced oranges 1 1.3 cup sugar LARGEOXYDO
and
In
competent its
thorough entirety my past years. The wonderful 2 tbs flour 1 tbps. cornstarch j"i\.AM. 2

enable this establishment to meaning Is brought home to me. a little cinnamon and nutmeg PEAS J LB. JAR 39c
It Is the birthday of our Saviour, Stir together. Line a 9-ln. pie pan t !
render a fine and moderately priced born so humble, and never attained with pie dough. Pour In the mix.
to be a great politician of His ture. Cover with strips of dough
service day. No, He came to set the example cut 3-4 inches wide from a piece NO. 2 CAN STRING
for us, and give His life to rolled out thin. Bake 423 degreesfor 1 LB. BAG 17c

DeWITT C. JONESPhone save us, If we believe in Him, So 10 niln. and 330 degrees for 2
It If with a thankful heart I sing, different 33 'min A pretty pie, tart and 2 Lit BAG 33c BEANS 10C BOX

7 Starke, Fla. "Silent Night. Holy Night." J .
only wish on Christmas Eve I CLAY HILL. Christmas cards
a e- might hear the angels sing 'Peace so far from Dorothy Manning, Lela SUPERBRAND
Funeral Director Ambulance on the Earth, Good Will Toward Mae Carter, Shirley Mosley, Nettle

Our local funeral home enable. us to offer convenience. and Man. It seems a shame, with so and Louie Carter, Daisy and Fred FREY UfclNlUS' / ARGO

services not otherwise available.We many good Christian people in Lang Aunt Lillie Wilkinson. Mademe OLEO
his world that a few men can so happy. Nice letter from one Corned Beef CAN 33C
6 make the rest so miserable anJ un- of my little girls who now lives at PeachVELVO

furnish the highest type service at lowest price., and happy. Perhaps It is to give us Lawtey. Christie Bell Carter, now
'
accept ANY' life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY the true spirit of trust in God anda In the seventh grade. I rememberher

company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. desire to live closer and more as a beautiful curly, golden
prayerfully. It behooves haired child. Like a doll. NO.211 CAN
Consultation carries no obligation. every
one of us to be better Christians. .So Christmas nears again. .Herewe 25 .
To consecrate our lives in this have snow on the ground. It is / LB. COFFEE LB.69c
Christmas time, to prayer, goingto cold out. I tied Digger out so must 25cf,1tWsHt'Efluns
church and tightening up our go get him- Don is at the store
NC elts, and tailing away the luxur- In the big window near me hangs
Ai3iUJw'I bus to get ready to sacrifice for
iRNI ff ft the program of rearming which AND f /
will cost a lot of money and workIt ) ; f ,

will take our young men and
women away so that the ones left .
at home will have to work and '-..-. nt "* rf B *. ._
sacrifice. It must be done, with
prayer and song, or our freedom YELLOW '
will be taken away. So this Christmas SMOKED HOG GRADE ".

means a lot to me. I hereby S 19C :
34 ONIONS u.
l L .scar 'give;. At all this I am moment.able to I do.nave I pledgeIt. a. big JowelsIb. BreakfastBatiIb.

its O.wn job. That of my husband In his '
DNLTt work of mercy. I pray, "God helpus.
.'* FANCY .
soo rI 53c
This unhealthy enemy that Is 35c .
o ?
GIVEN eating away at our dear boys In CARROTS 2"19eSWEET .
Korea Is that threaten
SENSATIONAL NEW bbullt by lap.rN a menace
t l our nation and freedon of which It
BUTTON HOLER with Ntw partt was founded. The few years left PORK CHOPS, CENTER j Ib 5

WITH Here for most of us Is not of my 'Souna atoclc ,
great concern. It Is the heritage ,
EACH PURCHASE of a free country to leave my dear ?
t grandchildren. In 1861 during the Faire Insurance POTATOES LB.39C CLUB or SIRLOIN STEAK

war in our own country, one of my
/ 1 1 grandfathers gave Ms life at the is to
battle of Lookout Mountain in sure wy RIB STEffTB
BRISKET
Tenn. He Is burled there. I visit. protect FROZEN FOODS or
ed his grave, when I was station your mana-
ACME VACUUM STORES Inc. ed as a WAC at Fort Oglethorpe
5
I 412 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. I II not far away. He gave,his life for property ORANGE JUICE BLACK EYE CHUCK ROAST Ib -
freedom and by his grave I renewed PEAS9C ,
.1 r-- i that pledge to myself. That
E. Johns
O.o1lMtMi! r I would even.. H.m. D.M.'"''''''n .f e Sinner. Is that I.would do all in my powerto Charley PORK 3
I fiMtrfe '..f.bl. wlth.t any bllgatlwt .ft aty part.rTT I help keep free this governmentof Agency LIVER; Ib. .
the people and by the people. lose IS 8TAKKB, FLA. / 2 PKGS. 4ge
I I God helps us;and we will keep It j CAN

i A.*.*.... I Free.My Cut White Bacon lb. 2

Csy .Slot( .. II Christmas tree this year Is ... ,

I II EP.O.", .....,... plan send Ipeclflc dlm'ton I small but the lights bubble gaily y...... PINECREST

L_______r--rrrar_arrr.r_ -' upstairs very moment.in the living I have room a at turkey this,,-._..tl"l1.THE TMAVCLEaja,Hirtfor J ICE CREAMFirst Z ptsDEC 4


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'fI DEC 29 19 5 0 j

29, 19ae
l8ER PAGE!: TOREai!
4fper::_ ---- __ BRADFORD- COUNTY- TLrf.F 0RAP1I. STARK FLORIDA

One Model Train That Santa 'Now 1 It The Time For Mrs. America And the nation's. catch 270 per cent. ', national gain.
re's Didn't Leave; I Manufacturing; payrolls gained 223 In striking contrast to, these
|i Maid To Begin Social Security Negotiations per cent throughout the nation. I gains and highlighting the need for

Long-time Hobby Of Lawtey Druggist Federal Internal revenue collections continued forest conservation
SA Mrs America, If she hires babysitters check or money order.She B35 practices Florida's lumber cut
S I in Florida grew by per
traction proj 1 j I, molds, butlers and other .. will have no trouble figuring I cent duringthe ten years compared -I was 12 per cent below the 1940
.mfg. railttembert about three or four feet apart, domestic help and pays them out the amount because, together cut. Nationally lumber production -
mf model with GOO cent national increase -
I'on" '0'' nn, .> Gar- ; will be the 'and areas, grown up I j enough, must go Into the nodal with the household report I per was 18 per cent more than
j
dor1oK') of c with smah ,villages and green I| security withholding tax business she will get a tax computation i I 1910.
: I
alas, :' pack room ; 1 countryside, dotted with miniature I on January 1. table like that supplied, with rl'g"I The value' of new constructionput -
m I
t nor ,aw tey busy'and prom- farm houses trees, cattle and If she refuses, the Federal gendarmes ular income tax forms. But she in place In }'Iorldlwas 151 I ("'mnplete'llne\ of office supplies.

keel ands years| creeks. At the railroad crossings, can tag her with a fine and can't deduct for board and room per cent greater than In 1010 Bra.Hord: County Telegraph, 1'honoPE
.nd at'most' many ;'J scale-size automobiles will wait pu-' also tons her Into the jail house. I and portal-to-portal car faro. i slightly under tho 160 per cent W.:
e. time' I tlently; for the trains to pass. There Is only one way she can However, her husband can relieve I
; ivallable The gaps between the tables will excuse herself. That Is If she does her of the whole responsibilityIf -
occUpier 'vihea druglltor I b. bridged by railroad trestles, n't pay he hired hands enough. he adds the domestics! to his office ,
1 took additional and underneath, on the miniature But If she pays them at least SAC payroll and makes the check
ifs fuming ,del railroad and en- I rivers will be. scale model boats in any quarter of the year. she offs there. SERVICE STORE

at avail' ears ago and fishermen. must deduct one and one-half perrent ,- Finally she must turn her backon :
little .
st
on II occllalOnally, a I A "mountainside" of screen wh'eand of their waged, add the same temptation. She can't legallymake
'.' i molding plaster has already amount from their own pocketbook a "deal" with the help to State Road!! 100 & 200
.me ,
bit often late at night c. been built onto the concrete-block and send a check or money save herself and them money by STARKE FLORIDA
bY and
eons the mlnlRture ties \ wall of the room; and through the order!<< for the three percent totalto omitting the repnl'ts.not unless

d I, trestle, tunnels, moun- moutain are two tunnels on different her internal revenue collector. she's game to fare sumo penalties.The OPEN 6 A.M.: TILL 10 P.M.:
and l1umCMIUS other things levels. A mine shaft Inside Others will share her new tax tine for late filing Is six t
I ..
.oed to 01.' nduded In there of the mountain will discharge I migraine. Under the revised social percent of the total tnt!: For wilful \
rap, ivstem In order' rroshly mined" coal to the freight security law millions of new people delny there also Is a penalty
""the town as much as' are waiting on a sidetrack. On In addition to her servants I' of five percent for ench 30 dlyaIf.: I Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car
7 .most. any kind this mountainside there will be an brought under the Federal old I II I to 23: per cent. And If she's etflrebellious by the new Silicone process The new
xelial?l | .it; of lumber, midget goats more trees and I Rite pension system. The.no in there's a more matterof way to )lasting car beauty $7.50
"eft Cl'ate ends lundscapmg. with a road windingup elude 1,500000 self-employed, a five years In the pokey and a WATERPROOF Corrosion Resistant
iS "t s 8hPful f. the hillside Into the distance. I million or sn farm hand'!, and' $10,000 fine. 0 O

I Extensive: << development of model workers In certain heretofore exempted will Pure Tires Tubes Batteries
The Federal think the girls ,
lough"irrtuany. part railroads are not commonly projects In industries. comply, rather than run those
And AccessoriesSEE
In for Car'radine But this dispatch chiefly concerns -
rail .\a"" Ill operatlon'l I IsI schoolboys rinks, but the ladles fare some
IM of tor(1K( !: claims, since few shoolboys could the "tax-collecting" house ticklish problems such as: Will the
L par )1. his rail area afford to buy the necessary equipment wife and how she can go about help co-operate? For example
Lne 1 soJfountaln supplies. l and few fathers would dish solving her newest problem. Her I will maid, who has evaded income
your
Kwitlnfctherefor., ., the out the money' for such enterprises, Is the prescribed formula: taxes all her life, be willing
U miniature railroadLrannlne He opened a copy of the hobby She must get from her social security to put her name on a tax roll US
he said, but will magazine, "The Model Railroader flejl) office or post office a vhere Uncle Sam could get a
t t to service as soon aa .pos- I I ," to show a picture of three or special booklet explaining the law check on her? FOR YOUR
II four retired businessmen of ad- The back page of this is a torn \
I A couple of housewives saUl SEA FOOD
Lugh must neces- vancing years, dre.sed as train- which she should fill out and set
progress I to the Internal revenue collector. their maids would quit beforethey'd f ,A I
sufficient men, complete with trainmen'scaps
I
Ily be slow because l .a. do that.
it will proceedbit and bandanna kerchiefs, He, in turn will send her a special
unavailable
II which she must The answer Is that everybody Is.. r Fresh Fish & Oysters
household form
the at work operating an __
piece seriously
bit and piece by "Trainman" Carradlnu kips a watchful eje an main model lmomorlv __
fill out .wlUi the names and social honest and cooperative the hired
Insisted. ." emerges. from a tunnel running through' a planter' of parts elaborate model railroad from a .4
i.
gut I
security numbers of her domestics.If hands will collect a pension dividend Dressed Free
enthusiastic as a youngster mountain In the rear of Carradliie'n drug store.structlon. set of switchboard panels.
ambl- I I they don't have social security at the age 63- -$20 a monthIf
this
Irtjtmas morning Working on the theory that a
cards she should persuade themto they're paid the lowest qualifying -
I'lad" of some 48 his yeah hobby talk-, He hopes to have even. tunnels drilled\ In the mountain- : man is only as old as he feels get one. wage, and little more If .their MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET

Itedly about of the features tually the scale equivalent of 100 I sides and across the plains and Carradine says he's prepared to At the end of the first quarterIn employers are the openheartedtype.
t out some miles of track, laid In four levels rivers. model railroad CLYDE W. COLSON
include In the railroad ( I I keep on building on his -- this case March 31, 1931-she
,js) to ahead with Its conINNYBROOK- through mountains and across| Tables, placed around the room for as long as he lives should send the household reporton PS--The above rules also applyto I Ph. 243 204 E.' Call 8t starke
h goes wages paid to the internal revenue servant-hiring bachelors, spinsters -
.
and Forest,, Crosby of Miami, Mr I Plant City this week. collector, along with her widowers and widows I

and Mrs. J. W Thomas and sons L LAWTEY !. Rev. and Mrs. A, ET. Niamey and
and Stanley Crosby and Miss sons were Christmas guests of Mrs FIGURES'TELL THE STORYOF office SUPPUBSDesk
Yvonne Harrell of Brooker were I L. II. Flitch L. C. Casque
Wanda Crosby FLORIDA'S GROWTHStatistical
Mils I visiting relatives here Sunday. Christmas guests of Dr. and

Mrs O. E. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. W Mrs. W. T. Walter, at the Methodist A'
Mr. .and M. Morris and measures of Florida'sgrowth 210 per cent nationally.
and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mr. and Mri 0 Carbon Paper ,
i children were dinner guests ol children, Charles, Marylin and Ernest parsonage were during the past ten years I Life Insurances in force In Florida JG 30 I,
letiuere of Mrs. Dr r.
dinner guests Mrs. Lacy Johns Christ of Black Mountain, N. t C.,, Herbert Johnson of Sarasota outrank national gain. in major In 1949 was 17 per rent more .1f.30
and
Mr. and
J Driggers and family of Lake were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Frank P. Wood, Mr. categories, the Florida State than In 1910 and up 8,1 per cent w 0 Pencils
Ir Christmas Day. I mas. Jones during the Christmas holi I Mrs. Frank Asbell, Mr. and Mrs Chamber of Commerce reported throughout the nation. There are
of Florida City Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof days. W T. Walters and Mrs. C. V yesterday.A 63 per cent more business con 0 Inks
yd Crosby I of Prof. L
[ weekend with his Lake City were dinner guests Mi1, and Mrs. Bill Ptummer, ol Turner all of Jacksonville, recent business review of and cerns In Florida today than ten
Christmas
Iv I II,Mr. and Mrs. C C. Crosby Christ- I Eua Galile were visiting friends I A Richards of Washington, D. I C., Industrial division lists the following years ago and 25 per cent more In Desk' Pens
I Mrs. Alta Ewart and son, Gregg, O
here on Christmas eve. I cent gains of Florida and the nation.
> ind Mrs. H. B. Kelly and I of St. Peters per
and J. R. Walters
mas.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Austin and|I Mrs. Louise Appleby and children of the nation over the past decade Florida's gross postal receipts
of Miami were visiting: rel- I II
t Butler were of Stuart are visiting lift burg.Mr. The Income of Floridians Increased grew 139 per cent and national re a Fine Papers
Lake
p here last weekend. daughter of and 'Mrs. I I parents. Mr. an4 Mrs. J. E. War and Mrs. A. D/ CrosbY wh 223 per cent while the 'Income celpts gained 1011 per cent Calendar Stands
and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of, weekend guests of Mr. I have been spending the summer li of all persons In the nation Floridians have 182 per cent 0 Ribbons
i Creek, Miss Hazel Crosby Wm. Crosby. I ren.Mr.. and Mrs. O. J. Anders had Oxford Colo., are visiting the L,1 H. gained 160 per cent. more telephones than they did ten cup

as Christmas guests their children Futches.Mr. Florida's population grew 46 percent years ago against 100 more -:-- 0 Paper Rolls)
I and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs James Phillips of to the nation's 15 per cent throughout the country. There
.
Johnnie Jenkins and children and Macon, Ga., were visiting his parents Estimated per capita long-term are 68 per cent more passnn- Desk Calendar Pads
I Koch's Drug Store Mrs. PaiflinA Redgrave and chll-, Mr. and"Mrs. O. J. Phillips, personal savings In 'Florida were I ger cats registered In Florida and I Legal! Forms
dre of Jacksonville, and Mr. and during the holidays.Mr. greater by 237 per cent In 1019 32 per cent more in the nation $9cup
Mrs. James Anders of Palatka and Mrs. Rex Mixon and than In 1040, compared with a Florida truck and tractor registrations 0 Acct Books
FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Johnny and Cherl Redgrave remained i children Miss Lou Edwards ant national gain of 154: per cent. are up 102 per cent, n''"- -:-

I for a longer visit with Clyde Saucer of Jacksonville Gross cash farm Income of;. lonally 68 per cent. Get 1951 refills)) now I 0 Filing Needs
their grandparents. were dinner guests of Mr. and] Florida farmers was 277 per cent I Electric power production, In
Inventory SALE Mr. and Mrs J. W. Thomas and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Chrlstmai more and the nation's farmers received Florida has Increased 2116 per cent
baby of Jacksonville were Christmas 235 per cent more. and 138 per cent nationally. Bradford County Telegraph tJ
Day.Mr. Florida's commercial fish catch
Florida
Bank were
in
guests of Mrs. _Thomas' parents and Mrs. C. Y .Mayo e ol resources I
280 cent .. compared with Is wnrth 603 cent more and
Mr. and Mrs W. F Moore. Tampa were visiting Mrs. Mayo up per I per

Oc POWDER PUFF 5c Mrs. A Harley had H. C. Harley parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore,, --
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson one day last week They presented
Blocker and Nelson, Jr., of At- : Mr. Moore with a television set
lintlc: Beach. Miss Mattie Harley of for Christmas and .were up here 1 tc
Oc COMBS 5c Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. W. make sure it arived In time for
Edwards of Deland and M. E. I Christmas entertainment. HereS the'
Hannegar of Lake City were the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and .
ILL FOLDS 30 Pet. OFF Christmas dinner guests last Sun I I daughter, Nina, of Vero Beach and
-- day of Mrs. A. H. Harley Mr. and Mrs Howard Miner of
H. C Harley Is spending this Jacksonville spent Christmas with I
week with his sister, Mrs. Nelson 'Mrs. ERIe Miner.
IMS LAMPS only $4.95 Blocker of Atlantic Beach. Mr. and Mrs. d. W. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pope and the weekend with J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Jacksonville Tatum spent in Deland. Mr. Roberts returned Million ch etI

1.98 gggai Nylons $1.35? Starke were and Christmas L. F. Dinkins guests of of remained on Tuesday for a but longer Mrs.visit.Roberts __ evro

Mrs. Paul Dlnklns. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Durham of
Dinner guests of Mr and Mrs, attending tc''
Watches Jacksonville were
|o WRIST
Pet
OFF'on
Day
Troy Bennett on Christmas business In Lawtey Tuesday of this '
Bennett
Hunter :
were Mr. and Mrs. week. "

50 o Pet. OFF on STATIONERY of lams Jacksonville.Fort and Lauderdale Miss Mr.Estelle and, Glenn Mrs.Bennett Alton Will-of Jasper Mr. and were Mrs.holiday Jack guests Vinson of Mr of.

and Mrs. Frank Wells and Mrs.Effle
A large selection) to choose from Dobbs also of Jacksonville and Mr Miner.LAKE.

$$25.95 RADIO $19.95 Lawtey and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson, of

only Dinner guests of Mrs. Hattie

_ Darley and sister on Christmas i GENEVA .

)LOO April Shower Cologne 50c evening Bennett were Jr.Mr., and and children Mrs. Richard of I By Hlanrtm Cunningham I .eLyanIeti.

Daytona Beach, Mr. end Mrs. Buster 25
Bennett of Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick of
Prescott and son of Highlandand I Gainesville, annouce the birth of a MILLiONTN
8.95 Lifetime Pens $3.95 R L I CNtYROIIT
Bobby Bennett. daughter Venlca Ann, born Dec ? ,
H C Harley and family spent I 10 In the Alachua General Hospital
Day with her parents Gainesville. Mrs. Sue Myrlckof i
Christmas
IB.50$3 Poker Chips $1.50 Woodlawn.Mr and Mrs. A. J. .Starling of Mr.here and Is the Mrs.grandmother.T. M. FInley spent -

EdWard and Daniel Massey are the holidays' with relatives in Atlanta The Swat Nor H.l Air

$4.95 Hot Plates only v' $2.98 I spending the, holidays Mr. and Mrs.with L.their B. Ga.Guests .of the Gentrys was Mr. ,
grandparents; in Bonita Springs. and Mrs. W. Watkins Mr. and Thanks to the Greatest Public Demand any Motor Cars and Trucks Have Ever

I Hogue Mr and Mrs. H. C. Kelley and Mrs. W. Watkins Jr., and children Enjoyed, the Latest Million Chevrolet have been Produced in Less Than

&4,95IErxL: Coffee Maker $1.98For Joe sons were Brown visiting of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. of Busbee r Jacksonville.of Silver Mr.Springs and Mrs.and Burt Mr.of 6 Months Compared to 12 Years for the First Million I

Mrs. R.L.. Christenson
Eve. and *
Christmas; Roden. who has Gainesville. We join aU other Chevrolet dealers in thanking our customers -- So it is. your overwhelming endorsement of tho

[ Two BIG BARGAINS been Mrs.spending Thomas some time here wither i Mr and Mr. E. H .Cooper areIn for making possible this 25 millionth Chevrolet. products and services we offer that''b behind the pro.

Days Only daughter Mrs. C. A. McSwaln. Miami for the holidays. For the only reason anyone makes more products duction of this 25 millionth Chevrolet less than. six.
returned to her home In Fort Mr. and Mrs. T M. Seals are I Is. because people want more of them. We Chevrolet months after completion of the 24 millionth.

_ ..Come In And Look -- __ Pierce on accompanied Christmas Day.Mrs The Ro I' holiday Charlotte,guests N. C. of relatives in dealers are able to deliver more passenger: car and We are sincerely grateful. And we believe the best

McSwains the holidays visitIng Mr. and Mrs H Ayres accompanied trucks than any other automobile dealers today because way we can express our gratitude .is to continue to

lire extreme care used In fining every prescription Is : den relatives and spent In Fort Pierce. by their son, Charles, of you prefer Chevrolet passenger: cars and trucks over offer you the very finest services and the very greatest _
lour what' doctor and small the holidays other make. values that we possibly cant! ,
guaranteJ' that you will get just your I Mrs. Aubrey Ryder I Ii Miami; are spending any
ered. Our pharmacists are skilled scientists and> you daughter are In Miami for an extended wiUi relatives In Columbia S. C. -
tan quickly and her parents Mr. Mr and Mrs. R. Rider and babymghter
Count with
. on them to fill aU prescriptions i visit\
.. C. B. Bennttt.Mr. : of GracevilU are guests
uralely Mrs.
- and and Mrs. Doc Wainwright of Mrs. Rider's parents Mr. and L .
chIldren and Mr. and MI'1I. )' rs. U N. Wagner. -
and Brassell of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Wm. Nettles (GrannyJ, MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLET THAN ANY OTHER CAR! --- MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE THAN ANY OTHER MAKE I
Jack wainwright of Gainesvillewere I. spent Christmas In Wesconett with
Drug Store Jack of Mr. and Mrs. and dauhgter-in-law, Mr
guests her son
O C H T L dinner Wainwright On Christmas and Mrs. Ray Nettles. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE

Ii I FREE DELIVERY sending.this and week Mrs.with Brassell the Wslnwrlghts. are- daughter Mr. and of Mrs.Conover. Ekard N.and C.,little are .

Phone 53 Night 273-W I I II I guests of Mrs. Ekards parents, 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS .
In E. C. ,
Wainwright Is visiting Mr. snd Mrs. Dykes.
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t Piano Pupils Appear In Recital Christopher Rev. and Mrs Envln B. E.Simmons Simmons of Open House PlannedAt Anlrrhl Nlarld.l nohl la1"turn,,I" l.'annerj'''B anti\'If

are
4 St. Mark's Episcopal church .
Howe Home Order"h
the proud parents of a son, Chlrs- r"lIr"lIn. "
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I. topher Erwin, born Christmas Open house will be held at the A end l'llOld' llltl ,"F: 01" 'LIII\I\
, ? Day morning In the Alachua hospital adds.
.4't Gainesville. Howe' home 8 Cypress St., Friday Urr You>nkli '',, '-

# ::> r December 29th, 7:30: p.m. to 11:30: Januim named" ,
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rlfeV p.m. Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ray- ,1'lnlntlfi,
I + 'I n WMU MeetsThe of mln. '
flee t 1 Baptist mond Howe, Jr., who were marrleq. 'l'elrar" I
In ,
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{! rhone 29 j } program and business meet. last week. WIIDI.M.t stark,.. ,. tl

1 -- ssrrrssrrssrsrssrrrrrrsssrrsrpJMiss Ing of the Baptist W. M. U. wa All 'friends of "Lucky" or the 2Nlh 11-o;;
educational building (O:'FJI A I. ll.ry ...
held in the
Anderson And Robert V. Turner o'clock with family are Invited. No Invita- 1'" 'It l 7
Janet Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 3
tions are being sent. I J. Franknf.ar[ ;, ,, "nn
45 members and two visitors Atty. for r>K Marl
Methodist Ceremony Sunday i
In
; Wed present. The topic, "Winga for --- r

11 The marrIage of Miss Janet An. a pink, silk blouse and pink acceasorles. t qy' speeding light,' was given by the

I demon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i .wrlaaa.,' Doris Knight circle. Those taking Every Branch of

} J. L. Anderson to Robert V. Turner A reception was held in the Methodist Pictured above are piano pupils of Miss Louise Stern who were heard In recital recently in the part were Elizabeth Seymour Mrs,,
{ Educational follow, Lawson, Seleta Thomas, INSURANCEH.
! and the
son of R. V. Turner Building Starke Woman's Club. Seated (leftto, right) Mary Ann Long, Carol Ann Pickett, Lu Green, sVil Anne Mary Mrs. Linsln. The devotional -

| late Mrs. Turner was an event of ing the wedding. Greeting Smith. Center row: Glenda Starling, Mary Katherlie Wainwright, Teresa Colson, Bill Green, Barbara Wiggins and E. C. ._ .
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afternoon at 5:30: o'clockIn guests at the door were Miss Jun! was! given by -
Sunday the Woman's club. Officiatingat Caldwell, of the StiVe Farm an I'' Ann Tompkins, Suzanne Judd, Tommy Andrews, Jimmy Bunch, Jimmy Dowling Chuck Shepherd, Billy Mann The president, Mrs. Sparks,

the double ring ceremony was Mrs. James Phillips of Macon, Ga Dowling, Bob Smith. Top row) George Fatten, Eloise Dobbs, Lox Green, Jr., Mary Rivers Stubbins, Nahcy had charge of the business meeting

Rev. T. G. Mitchell. In the receiving line were Mr. and DuPre, Miss Stern, Mary Sue Epperson, Ann Johns, Aliens Lawson, Linda Johns, Jacquelin Parker, patty .when reports of the officers were C. WALL' AGENCYPLEASE

e The club house ,was decoratedwith Mrs. J. L. Anderson, the bride and Lawson. Refresments, prepared by mothers of the pupils, were served at the close of the recital. given'and approved. The Ida Dar .

baskets of white gladioli in groom, the bridesmaid, the father I -Photo by hollywood I by and the Doris Knight tied for PHONE 146

of the and Mrs. William each having 12 members
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front of banks of magnolia boughs. groom the\ pin
\ Softly lighting the setting were Brlnson, sister of the groom. present. The meeting was closed Constant Service Over 50 Years'_
Showers Honoring Miss Barbara Moore Weds Thomas L. Casey
white tapers in branched candela- Inviting the guests to the re Jrj with prayer by Mrs. Hough.

bras. freshment table were Miss Peggy Janet Anderson, In Lawtey Baptist Church On December 16th

E. M. Davis played several Ann Wiggins and Miss Joan Car- Bride Of -
Mrs selections preceding the penter. The bride's table ;was SundayThe Miss Lillian Barbara Moore,' Mrs. Casey mother of the bridegroom Making Any New Dear's Resolutions .Yhere's
nuptial daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred wore light blue with '
and accompanied Mills overlaid with an imported lace home of Mrs. W. H. Smithon crepe
ceremony cloth centered with a beautiful Moore of Lawtey, became'the'' black accessories. Her corsagewas A Thrifty One
Garnita Hutto who sang "I Love Walnut street was the scene of!
bride of Thomas t,ovl Jr. of white carnations.
three-tiered wedding cake. Tapping miscellaneous Casey, ,
Thee" and Gilbert Newcomb who a lovely shower given
"The Lord's Prayer" at the the cake was a china slipper decor- Wednesday afternoon of last youngest son of Mr. and Mrs Immediately after the ceremonya for 'Fifty One.S
sang ated with love birds holding wed- Thomas Levi Casey, Sr. of Auburn- reception given at the home ;
conclusion of the ceremony.The week for Miss Janet Anderson. The itaI'S
In ding bands. The cake rented on a hostesses were Mrs. Smith, Mrs dale, on Saturday afternoon, December of the bride's parents. The lower O' n u E
bride was given marriageby silver tray and was banked with 16, at 4:30: o'clock. floor rooms of the spacious house
G. p Wadsworth of Hampton, Mrs. e
had her maidof a Y-
father and
her as 1
fern and white pompoms. Flanking The ,double ring ceremony was were opened enaulte, and a green ;
W E. Middleton and Mrs. E. M.
Ella Turner
Miss
honor, Mary the centerpiece were five- Davis. performed in the First Baptist and white color scheme was carried rw* f'

slater of the groom. Beat man was branched Dresden candelabras, imported Church of Lawtey with the pastor, out using gladioli,, chrysanthemums 1 ii1i
the ushers The Smith home which was LOU
Inman Green and were opened "
from Germany. Coffee was; the Rev. J. D. Robinson, ofttciating and porn poms.
Anderson, brother of the en suite for the occasion, was
Lyle served from silver services at each Palms: cathedral candelabra and The bride's table was overlaid I

bride, and James Reddish end of the table. Hanging over beautifully decorated in the Christ. baskets of white gladioli and pompom :with an Irish, linen cutwork cloth .. ---.4_

Peach net over peach satin was the table were white wedding bellsof mas motif of red, green and silver. chrysanthemums were arranged and was centered with the beautl T ;G EO

chosen for the floor length gownof different shapes with satin The refreshment table was overlaid to form an effective setting for fully decorated three-tiered cake 1 lNSTEAD OF Tn W

the maid of honor. Her bouquetwas streamers. Baskets of pine, holly with an imported lace cloth the rites. At each end of the table stood 1 t ,

a nosegay of orchid pompoms and magnolia boughs were placedat and held an artistic arrangementof Preceding the ceremony Ha] crystal candelabra holding white SAVE ON A llmay'"

with orchid satin streamers. At points of Interest throughoutthe colored Christmas tree balls Dlffenwelrth, Jacksonville soloist tapers. \.S, E1'Ll Sp
shaped Into Christmas tree. h-END I
her throat was an heirloom pendu hall. : af sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Be Mrs. David Moore, aunt of the I \

lum locket centered with a dia Pouring coffee were Miss Mamie Ranked Burning the red centerpiece.tapers in silver.holders cause".. The bride's aunt, Mrs. W bride, cut the cake, assisted by ..

mond. Anderson of Archer, aunt of the H. Edwards, played the traditional Miss Ada Edwards. 4arp9.p.II'CIl

The bride wore a gown of white bride and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Jr. Greeting the guests at the door wedding marches and also accompanied Miss Rachel Boyer, another aunt. not
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marquisette over taffeta. The fitted .: Assisting In serving;were Mrs. Tom was Mrs. Smith and In the receiving the soloist. presided at the punch bowl and ll Store"ldo cY
bodice was designed with a ruffle : line were Mrs J. L. Anderson, was assisted Mrs e' \ law
by Clyde King
Slado, Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght Mrs. The bride, who was given in Items rlcOl
of lace from a sheer yoke witha I' Titus Olaon, Mrs. G. B. Wadsworthof Miss Janet Anderson, Mrs. Middle marriage by her father, has as her and Misses Jean Boyer and Lou / ) even, .,... andundredsot
ton and Mrs. Davis. Mra. Wads- "oDe.d..."
high neckline. She carried a Edwards, cousins, all of Jackson. "
I Hampton and Mrs. Nelson Green. matron of honor her sister, Mrs. J. 01' "eek .,
worth was in charge of the guest end dab
white book topped with an vllle. .
prayer After staying with their guests W. Thomas whose fuachia colorejd Ad"el't1sed' epees I
orchid, with streamers of white : book and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, 'Jr., The bride's book pr/cee
for a short while the newlyweds satin gown was fashioned on for was kept by .re
satin. Inter peced with lilies of the took care of the gift table. Miss Jackie of Jackson ono Week, 8u8l'anteed'
left for a wedding trip. The bride mal lines, and worn,with matchinghalo Simpson even though .
valley. i traveled In ? coffee brown suit Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Sr. poured and mlta Mrs. Thomas's bou vllle, assisted by Miss Gayle .0 op. market. .cq
The mother of the bride chose a : coffee and assisting her in Moore b
with brown accessories and wore serv. quet was of cream carnations. younger sister of the bride. ;,
black faille suit complimented with an orchid corsage. Ing were Mrs John Mixon and Mist Bridesmaids were' Miss Ann Out of town guests included Mr. .4l'JiI'' Believe 1/a4 poll

Joan Smith. and Mrs. J. B. CU410l1Je,. tTlrelpJelse
Boyer, Mrs. Jewell
The bride Is a graduate of BHS Moore, sister of the bride, and Jeve
your in the class of '49 and also gradu Enjoying this delightful occasion Miss Mary Alice Casey, slater of Royal and daughter Mary Jo, and 9 With the more 1II01ley.
O 1 with the bride-to-be and her hostesses Miss Frieda Boyer, all of Tampa r correct
TIME ated from Massey Business CollegeIn the bridegroom. Their dressed :were prce
Jacksonville. She were ISO: Invited guests. Fashioned alike with sleeves Mrs. Paul Casey, Gulf Hammock; eYerlrelb 1 ua :
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was employed cap p ister IIiI'p an itelnized rkhreg.
JOUYTIMETOIMI t Mr, and Mrs r ,
Howard Albright and f -
with the Ward Baking Companyin low neckline and roll collar. Miss You know
Jicksonvllle until recently. The The Evelyn Deal Class of the Moore's dress was of gold satin and Bob Godber, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. ,, at AbP what You ..aveAaP's
r First Methodist Church entertained D. W. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
bridegroom is of her of
a graduate BHS bouquet was pink carnations -
QUICKEAiV Tuesday evening at the home of King, Miss Gertrude BuBose, Miss
$09ErICIOUS class of 46 and is now stationedat I :Miss Casey's dress was of
Mrs. Albert Lee with a miscellaneous Margie Burleson, Charlie DeLoach, -
Camp Pickett, Va., as a recruit. aqua satin and her bouquet was of
Out of town guests were Mr. and shower in honor of Miss Janet pink carnations. They both wore Mrs. G. C. Hlghsmlth and son. G. :

DuoThermHEATERS Mrs.: Glen G. Searing and daught Anderson, bride elect. The matching halos and mite C., Jr.. Mrs. Bill Zuccarello. !Mrs.
bride was sent on a treasure huntto Fred Brown all of Jacksonville A.
ers, Hilda Eleanor and Estelle, Dr. Paul Casey of Gulf Hammock ; Delicious Cooked Dams
and Mrs. Thomas G. Ritch. Mr find her gifta. Mrs. Deal wrote I served his brother as best man. M. Lewis, Mrs. Vernon Voyles.. Mr. CUSTOMERS CORNER

and Mrs. 'Paul Etherldge, all of the: cues in rhyme and they were Ushers were J. W. Thomas broth and Mrs. John D. Lyles, Gaines 1
hidden in balloons, which were ville; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Boyer,
Jacksonville. Mrs. Miriam Klck- :
er-in-law of the bride, and Vernon
liter and daughters, Dorothy Claire, rung across the archway In the Voyles of Gainesville, a former Ocala; Mr. and Mrs: O. J. Edwards Here is our New Year' Whole lb. 69c
living room. The treasure hunt Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chaa- ,
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G'Month and Sammy, of Green Cove schoolmate and close friend of the resolution at A&P:
Springs, Mrs. Fred Guy of GaInes- took the bride to every part of the bridegroom.The lain, Jr., Mills June Caldwell, Mrs


ville, Charlie Parker of Madison, house to discover her treasure, A. H. Harley III, and. Drew Red- We will keep right\, on .

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips,. Jr. of which consisted of many lovely bride was lovely In a white dish, all of Starke.Immediately doing our level best to XMIFIKI.II: StPKH-ItlTK:
that featured round Bacon lb. 59
satin Sliced
gown a -
Macon, Ga., Mrs. Lettie Parker of gifts. after the reception give you _
yoke of Chantilly lace, a basque
The refreshment table the: couple left for a weekend at
Tampa, Jack Halle of Miami, Mr. was overlaid -
waist and train. Her fingertip A7.KI.A: IIHANIJ
good food
and Mrs. Williird Pass of Tallahassee with a lovely lace cloth .and Silver Springs. The bride :wore array

I ,.Miss Shirley Colley of Wash had for its centerpiece a nuptial veil of sheerest Illusion and In suit with green accessories to good service Franks, lb. - 49
her hair she wore a coronet of
ington D. C., Mr. and Mrs. James scene complete with orchestra and travel In. A wedding trip was!
choir flanked orange blossoms. Her bouquetwas planned for the Christmas holidays. good values OM-.4U UYRHBacon
Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. Bill boys, the scene was
Brtnaon of Valdosta, Ga. Miss by> tall white tapers in crystal a cascade of white carnations Mrs. Casey graduated from The men and women Squares, lb. 35
centered two white orchids.
with
I Mamie Anderson of Archer, Mr. holders. The beautiful embossed Bradford High School in the classof of A&P will welcome
and Mrs. O. F. Wadsworth and Mr wedding cake was cut by the Mrs. Moore, mother of the bride, 1949. Mr. Casey Is a graduateof your JIIoJIt'llU'

and Mrs. J. C. Wynn of Hampton. bride and served by her mother. was gowned In wine crepe and the University of Florida and a ideas as to how we can Head Cheese Ib. - 44cAHMOtRS

I Mrs.. J. L. Anderson.On wore a hat of matching color. Her I member of the Lawtey school facul- make your A&P a better ,

Family ReunionAt each refreshment plate wall accessories were black and her ty. place to shop in 1951.

Home Of a white gum drop candle and aa corsage was of white carnations. They are residing! in Starke. ,Please write: Spiced Luncheon Meats, Ib. 60

f each guest lighted her candle, she

i The C. E. Beams made a wish to the bride for her Buffet Dinner WSCS NoticeThe CUSTOMER RELATIONS JIER.IUS:

happiness. The only light In the DEPARTMENT 56c
Bologna lb. -
.s'I Christmas day was chosen by I house was the glow from the And Family ReunionAt WSCS of the Methodist A.P Food Stores420LaingtenAveNYiijY ,. ,

Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Beam for their candles on each guests plate. Lex Green Home Church will have regular circle ,

first" family reunion in ten years. Twenty members Janet's Sunday meetings Tuesday, January 2 at JANE PAHKBIt

WINKLER.ELECTRIC Eight sons and daughters and School Class enjoyed this love Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green entertained 3 o'clock. Donuts, Sugared, doz. -20c

. their,.families. were present ,with ly affair at a lovely family reunion Circle 1 will be 'entertained by SUNSHINE: WITH PORK .VO.
their mother and father on this and buffet dinner Christmas day Mrs. J. H. Fields. Circle 2 will Black Eye Peas _ 15c JWH IMIIKKU 8 INCH

SERVICE h PP#..occasion.rThse New Year' Dance at their home on Walnut street.A be entertained by Mrs. Herbert Appre Pie, ea. - 49cJA.NE
; attending were Mr. and beautiful Christmas tree Ritch and Circle 3 will meet with _

222-224. Temple Ave. Mr. Ivan E. Beam of Newburgh Saturday NightThe knd appropriate decorations were Mrs E. L. Matthews; Sultana Rice, 2 Ib.. bag 25c PtHKER 8 INCH

Phone 166 Starke N. V.. Mr. and Mra. Eugene Beamof placed at vantage points throughout Cherry Pie - 49c
ea.
'''Wichita, Kan. Sgt. and Mrs. Junior Woman's Club will the Green' home. A brightred Doris Knight Circle -

Robert Beam of the USAF In Mis- celebrate the New Year with a linen table cloth overlaid the mniTAVTPea : JINH: PAHKKIl 8 INCH

... .. -- -= sl sippl. Miss Lorraine DuBose, Mr.I' formal dance at the USO building buffet table in the dining room Doria Knight Circle will meet Soup, No. 2Yi can 19c 30fCIIRKSR
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on Temple avenue, Saturday evening ea.
anda Mrs. Luther Addison and Mi1 and was centered with a punchbowl Tuesday January 2, at 7:30: p. m. -
at 9 o'clock, for
ands, Ors. David Penoyer of JacksonHle beginning full of fruits and greens. Mrs. J. E. Hardy Is In charge of AVV' PAGEMacaroni '
club members and their guests and ,
Miss Ann Beam of Tamps Red and green tapers In silver Hostesses Mrs.
the program. are 1 lb.
the Music wUl pkg: 17c -
general public. - )
PTARKE !( StarkeAlso:, and Miss Thelma Thomas of, be furnished by Carl Robert's or-. candelabras piece. flanked the center. T. F. Landrum, Mrs, Guy Sale and L.IO'V. -
Mrs. Ewell Lawson.
I .even grand- lieatra. .\ AL__ .. S
present were Christmas day with
Chairman of the dance Is Mrs. Enjoying '
children, Mr and Mrs. Patrick the: Greens were Mr. and Mrs. Peaches, No. 2'/i can - 28c
Mat. Dec. 29. SO
Frt. John Torode, assisted by the UDC To MeetThe
ManIon of Newburgh, N. Y., par Charles J. Harris and children ''l. --f
DOUBLE FEATURE club president. Mrs. D. L. Thom- .
ents of Mrs. Ivan Beam, Mrs. C. V. Betty Lou and Jerry of Washington HILL. DILR HALF SLICES "
88. Mrs. Al K. Carlisle is in
Abbott & CostelloIn Smith of Tampa, sister of Cyrus D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Fred regular monthly meeting .
charge of the decorations com- of the W. T. Week's Chapter, Pineapple, No. 2 can 27c FOOT
Beam Mrs. Jennie and Harris and Mary Lou 89c
Damon Kunyon'eIt Penoyer daughters
mittee, Mrs. W. E. Dowling In UDC will be held at the home Ched-O-Bit 2 lb. loaf -
George Dodrer of Jacksonville. and Yancey Kate and Mrs. Y. A. ,
charge of the sandwich commlt-., of Mr. L, F. Chapman at the BC1PR ____ ,
of Gainesville Mrs. H. L.
Ain't Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Beam, Mr. Harris ,
Hay tee and Miss Nina Bishop, orchestra State Farm at 3 o'clock Wednesday N.Y. STATE
and Mrs. Manlon and Mr. and Mrs. committee.HoweOswalt. Speer of Pahokee, Miss Betty Jaunary 3.PHONE. Marshmellows 10 oz. 19c 49c
lb.
Aged Cheese
AND Eugene Beam will remain here Speer of Athens, Ga.. Mr. and : "J

Tumbledown RanchIn this week for a further visit before Mrs. G. J. McGrUT, Sr., and son J,:It..] PtHKF.RPotato -----s7

leaving for their homes In Pat and Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. Mc- Chips 10 45c Sharp Cheddar lb. -
Arizona Oriff. Jr.OES oz. bag ,
New York and Kansas. ,
Clarence Raymond Howe, Jr.,. 218
Corrigan-King-Trrhune
I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Howe, SILTA\A BRAWD

SATURDAY LATE SHOW Sewell Home Scene ''of Starke. and Miss Shirley Joanne Will Honor COLO NIALFLORIST Red Beans, 1 Ib. jar- lOc 'PRODUCE

Deo. 30-It p.1\'. Of HouseMrs. Oswalt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Open Worthy Matron -
James H. Oswalt of Detroit. Mich. --

Night Monster W. B. Sewell was hostess at were united in marriage on Friday, Worthy Grand Matron Ethel Ivory soap, Ige. bar - 15c ;'.\n MEDIUM SIZE 4c

Dec. 22, In Temple Baptist Church, .
'open house" Christmas day after -
Hayes of Tallahassee will pay her Rutabagas lb.rsovE -
Rail'' Morgan Irene Hervey, noon from four to six for the young Detroit. P & G soap _ 8c ___
Mr. Howe is ministerial student official vlatt to the Starke chapterof
Beta Lugosl group of friends of her daughters, a FLOWERSFOR
at Bob Jones College In Order of the Eastern Star on !] -WHITE 25c
and and Jim,
Gayle Virginia son
Sun., Mon., Tin-*. .-Dec. 31 who. are home for the holidays. Greenville, s..C. The bride grad- Tuesday night Jan. 9. ALL,",OCCASIONS Swan Soap, reg.bar _ 9c Potatoes, 10 lb. -_J

Jan. 1,2 uated from Bob Jones last year.
The Sewell home
attractive .on
I A dinner will be served at 6
Blue Grass Walnut street was festively decorated .'Mr. and Mrs. Howe are now enjoying nrnneits IDAHO BAKING 5c

Of Kentucky and red for predominating.the occasion with The silver re- parents a in holiday Starke.AndrewsNewsome.visit with hit wlU o'clock be followed in the by Masonic the meeting hall, and (ij Baby Food ,. 3 for 29c Potatoes, lb. --J- :: ,-

BUI WIlllamM, Jane Nigh l I .
freshment table was overlaid with .".- ,-,-,,,, 6 HOMR ooon COOKING: 49c
Ralph MorganWed. 1 white linen cloth and was center Jr. Woman's Club n.- 5 lb. pkg. -
DISH GARDENS: Apples : -*-
I' color- .. .. ': -
ed with sliver bowl holding "
Thurs.Jan.. a, 4 a
ed crystal Christmas tree balls. Mrs Lila Newsome announcesthe Junior Woman's Club will meet f 0Fl: TAWS!!
FEATURE POTTERY A & 9c
DOUBLE Silver candelabras flanked the marriage of her daughter, Ma Thursday January 4, at 7:30.: P Food Store Sweet Potatoes Ib. !

Outside The Wall centerpiece' holding burning red rlon Rafuse to Pfc. William A. Miss Louise Stern has charge of POTTED PLANTS --

Richard Bowhart. Sljrne tapers. Riles Maude Sewell of Pal- Andrews, son of Mra. Thelma Dyal, the program. Hostesses are Ruth The Great Atlantic and Pacific r lOc
and the late J. W. Andrews at Baker, Edith Mural Gardner FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE Tea Co.ICEDERO .
AND lapoosa, Ga., poured coffee from a Biggs Eatlr.
Cvmtntm Wolf Hunters silver service. Folkston, Ga., on December 24. Sara Torode Lucille Mitchell' _

Many friends called during the Pfo. Andrews Is now attending Jewell Joiner Jacqueline Moorer, 300 East Call St. .
Grant. Jan Clayton Nona St Stark 35C
CAMFOMNIt:
Kirby afternoon to enjoy the Sewell'a Radio Mechanics School at Scott ]I Maxine Gibson, Freda Judd and Starke VRRSII .
Florida box -
Dates
8-. hospitality. Air Force Base, 111. Mary Williams. 1 lb. __
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Mn.. J. L Cooper of Orlando BHS Edge Out Lake Butler 39-38
Boys ;
spent the weekend with her son I Take Part In Candlelight Choir I The Life And Times l

and family, Mr .and Mrs. Jamei FolksI Girls Lose 52-35 To Union Lassies t
L. Of New River
Cooper.
t I iii LJJI1: I I By Jessie Lee I-nr.enby In a fast and exciting game board work. Delano Thomas up j

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Thornton J L = Bradford High edged out Lake from last year's) B squad, looked !

THE NEWS of Ridge, Md., are spending ten ... .y I Sgt, and Mrs. Doyle CrewaI of Butler Its most I bitter rival, last good too. In following up shots- 'i',

clays with Mrs. Thornton's fatherD I I Qft : Savannah Ga., visited their pai Friday night by'a 30-38( score In lu the last quarter.
I bill the All boys who took part in
J. a"I I I Crew the opener of the twin I SIght
- ---- Phillips, and family. ents, Mr and Mrs. Ifirby ,
Bradford girls. lost to the tall the game however deserve aU the
rtalph Davis and Mrs. G. W. Alderman had willI and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rouaiduring Union County hassles| 82-33' credit, for Lake Butler had them
J. .
Mr ) Doyle is sta
holidays.
and ,la. were gue.t.rfU her over Christmas Mrs. Blanche Little Mike Anderson son ol the The Bradford boys jumped into on high. and came to town sport
weather station near
or Rom ,,1.. .\ndersonr. < Vandivlere and son Stuart, of St. Lyle Anderson, .was transferred I tloned In a an early lead In the first quarter Ing a string of five victories withno
'
1
Savannah.
r' the base at
and Petersburg. Mrs. Cora Marshbu from.Alachua Hospital l. Gatnesvtle air the first defeats Connie Clark gav
and held It throughout
II'
,eJday and Mr. and Mrs. George C to the Hope Haven hospital on ( Carl Lamar Johns, Polite had half. leaving the floor with an up a Christmas trip to Mississippiwith
11
Mrs A. M. Selg and: White of Tallahassee. Tuesday. and Is getting along nicely Thomas big hunting and Bobby trip In Crews New Rive a 18-15 edge. In the third quarterthe his family to spark the team*
to victory.
and. Unuler Union boys upped the score
over, before
went -
ere Ifl Tampa Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and swamp recently. They 24.18 In their favor only to seethe Prltchett led the Union scorers

;: tI g }Ir and MrL Sam Mr.. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Jr..j day and rambled until'Irito about Ute strong Bradford boys come with 10 points, and Bob Roberta

er. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. i C. and son, Jimmle, of Panama noon. Beside falling up fighting to cut their lead' and was next with el;::ht. ,

C. Hoppe In Tampa Mrs. 3. W. are spending the..holidays with Dr river once getting their car stuck go Into* a 27-26 lead at the end. The girls played good ball but
at tlte in the mud and being' draggei
of
outclassed the
F a patient Klncald whohas been with the and Mrs. Lemuel Colson and fam 011(' of the third quarter. were by height
'k hospital.Ouvale I hither and tither with a wild COM Butler Visitor Helen Barry
the
Naval base I Hoppes In Tampa for the past Ily. They returned home Wednes. The fourth period was by far
I weekend with his wife week plans to remain there until day afternoon.Mrs. Participants In the Candlelight Choir presented by Mrs. Marthi they got one yearling sized rabbi the most exciting part of the bit- led her game teammates with 14

t the after the New Years. I II I Smith's kindergarten pupils during the holidays are pictured above: At this rate we see no use In wll<
Imlly. David Haines Freeman Register III. Jimmy Dowling, Chuch Shepherd, life conservation. Therefore, the broke the Ire In the last two minutes :11. Knight of Lake Butler led all

Tommy Andrews, Carol Scaring and Carol Clifford. -Photo/< by Tony game commissioners will have to Intercepting Union passes scorers with 27 points and Sue
Miss Susie Griffin .
and Gene
C. R Moore
A Colley and son (C. and sons. Larry Stevens. seek "fun" elsewhere.Joe checking them all over the courtanti Rivers had 13: to her credit
L wr v' the weekend i In Griffin of Jacksonville were Sunday and James David, of Archer and and Corrie Dowllng of Live headed thereafter. Coach Hobbs has called practice)
o I spent !1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Chas R. Moore ot were never
.
d.isltlng Mra. Colley Oak and Tommy and Vivian Hold Arthur Winkler played a beau for Monday night at 7 o'clock to
I
and daughter. Mr. and Biggs.Edwtfrd. Lake Wales were Sunday guests or Bradford Student At U of F I en and son, Dajmy, of Jacksonville, tiful game In following the ball prepare for the game Tuesdaywith

Jl.Jaw I GiJllspie :Mrs.! Collsremain Mrs. D. W. Moore. Sunday afternoon Helps Feed The Multitude visited Joe' mother Mrs. Rhodi off the backboard anil ended up I St. Augustine In the Starke

Sam "'Ith her daught, and Pat Priest of lIar- they visited A. L. Sullivan otThereslla. Hungry bowling, Christmas night. high point man with 14. Marvin ArmOr)'. Hoth teams boys and

for '*' months- llngen! Texas are visiting their Mrs. T. F. Brown and Capt. and Mr.: O. M. Hayes ot Warren probably played" his best girls will play. and this will bathe

Ittmlly grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Priest of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mm. M. 3. posses and displaying; good back. the year

and Mrs! A D. Crosby reto -i'H. E. Priest In Lawtey this :weel I Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell Strick Hayes. All of the Hayeses spen<

their home Tuesda land of Belle Glade visited and Christmas with Wllda (Hayes)
five months In O> I Paul the Conservation Technician Assigned Here
} .pending Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nix returned Mrs. Raymond during and Joe Bradham. Wednesday they:; I

I Colo. to their home In Charlote N. C. holidays.Mrs. visited Mrs. Rhoda Dowling. To Assist In Development Of Soil Program,

on Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. I B. The E. A. Sapp. had all their

[ and Mrs Steve Simmons Cohen and son Merrill. of Abel E. C. Mann Jr i Is spend brood home for Christmas. George B, Flynn Chairman ot: building next to the Draft Board.

Saturday for Mian deen Md., are returning horn, ing he holidays In Valdosta Ga. Lacy and Miriam Johns had as: the Hoard of Supervisor of the At a recent Board meeting It

[L leave will spend the long Sunday after spending Chrlstma Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews and their Christmas dinner guests thi' Bradford Soil Conservation Dlstrict wan decided that applications for

end wry l with Mr Simmons' paiMr and this week" with their parent, son. Bruce, spent Christmas at O. E. Crosbys of Rising. announced this week I that assistance would be acted on In
Wllhelnr Jacksonville Beach. Last Thursday Mrs. Rhoda Dowl the U. S. Soil Conservation Service so far as possible in the order that
and Mrs. T. H. Mr. and Mrs. Wesjey Andrew. _
Ing' fell and hurt her back. Shi had assigned George A. they are received
the
will also attend Orang Mrs. T. C. Chasteen of Hampto
Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. hal been suffering somewhat evei Brown Conservation Technician
game on Monday. was also a Christmas day guest of local District In the In h. Circuit Court !. .... fttthxirurd ...
Mr. and assist the <
E. McKlnney were has been In bed most ol to .
since and .
... .
the Andrews.; .. (.u..... ..... Iff
Mrs. Carl Dlnklns of Bushnell, Mr. the time. development of soil conservationwork (',t\t IIiV.No'rit'qli .

and Mrs. W E. Dowling haMr and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webster, We are all happy to see M L. in Bradford County. Mr. ] is IIKRKBY: GIVEN that
Christmas daj Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Ht'rlong; of I.. Flynir pointed out that Brown under. ami hy virtue of that certain
Pa-
guests Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mllllcan ,.,. Johns Jr. home from Hope Haven l.uc rA.. of Vnrtltton entered (In the
and }Irs. Roy Mathews. MiMn. spent the weekend with friend latka Mrs. B. H. Belvllle and son __ Hospital where he underwent hi would! work with farmers In the Clruiilt Court for ITuilforJ County
Hood and Mi and relatives In Jacksonville, \ District In the preparation of sol! Florida In 'hunvry on 13111 day
) Leighton of Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. last operation for straightening his of .uemh..r. A. 1'). 19ISQ In an
Mrs. James Mathews all of Hazen and son. Hugh, of Jacksonville He was home for Christ and water conservation plann outht'lr aotltm of I'nrtltlnn therein pending
arm. ..
wh r.ln' T. A. drawn. Onl <)r vHtilllvun.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell o( farms.
E. J.
and Mrs.
ill and Mr. and Miss Connie Knight of mas. Olln Graves, Feilton Uravs.s,
of Starke. Jacksonville were Chrlstma! 'a of Until. ( raV.s Urmiichtun ar. com
,ng Sr. Keystone Heights.Mr. Ira and Thelma Merritt went tc Brown Is recent graduate plAlnnntu, Anil un Wynn and
guests of her father J. Uglow. and Jacksonville for Christmas dinner the University of Florida Collegeof Gua: Wynn Cr. (1t.ndanta, and by

and Mrs. Paul Etheredge of sister Mrs. Chas. F. Ward. and Mrs. Herbert Drew and with their son-in-law and daughter Agriculture.. He has been therein virtue of mail. nn the Oriler un.t..llln.,1 ot said Court CommlKKlonir -

Unvllle Miss Mamie An children of Tallahassee' were the Dick and Edith Carroll. working with the Soil Conservation : appointed: by acid Court
,
and
will otter for Hnl and will all to
In of Archer were among the I Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr., and chil Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Two nice programs were rendered Service sln..e'graduation and th. hlKhoxt anI beat hlildT for
dren, Ben Bob and Mary Lois, of Donald F. McRae. In. the New River Baptist was transferred to Starke from imah In front or Ihit Mouth door of
and .
of Mr. ,
Florida
taos day guests native of the Court )Ilium In "Stark
He III
Norfolk. Va., arrived here Wednesday Church Saturday night and inL.sng Lake City. a lurlnir the lKnl hours of sale, on
!g.: Y.Davis.nd weeks' Alachua County, the[ Bib iluy. of February, A. D.
to spend three with Mr. and Mrs. James Drew and Bridge ChrUtlan Church .
tAftl I I, th* following '''" 'rlh.vd land,
3. Edwards Jr Mrs. Pope' parents Judge and son Michael, spent Christmas with Friday. Albert Moody. It seems, Flynn stated that the!, Bradford 'tit 1 wit: HWi4 n( NkJVt' of H"... at.
Mrs. O. .. .
4 Mr. Edwards' parents Dr Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. The Adkina her parents In Lycns, Ga. had to pinch hit for Santa Friday Soil Cnnservatlon District was twp| 7 H, ItnniciII. VV. Hay>ant.VS. .

who celebrated their Chrlsmas ot They say he did a good job. organized under State Law abouta J. H. How
.
Edwards in St .
!TL 0 J (' "11 I.. H.w.llCommlRHlon
burg from Friday until Tues Wednesday also had with then Dr. and Mrs. \V. B. Parks spent i Floyd and Mann Wiggins were year ago and at that time the "rIn .

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and children Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. guests of Floyd's brother-in-law following were elected to serve -

Jane and Jimmy, and Andy Dameron Black Jr.. and Mr. and I IMr. and sister Dr, and Mrs. Roy as Supervisors of the: District; Leon Circuit In Court(.....,....llrailford.F. ('eleCT.l"Innid.t .

Adkina of Gainesville.. .. Guy Parks In JacksonvilleMiss Schnauss In Jacksonville on I Conner, Clyde Cone V. H. Ferguson Albert Jarkmm AmUmon, I'lalntlff
itie Mathews of Palatka spent Christmas. Dan 'V. Starling and ... Jan Irf>lM Andraon Dfndant.
I business the effectiveness of Can. No. 8M;
Meal-making Is a big Indicating
ttk with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell will Lettie Bowers'spent Christmas this work the Miss Ida Mertltt spent Christmas George B. Flynn. Thin Board selected 0..... of .'..11..11.. And Ntlc T.
at the University of Florida in expanded program
Jr. County
T. K. McClane T4TM Of K1.OHIUA TOl'aan
W 5l Appear.
nd Mrs. E. Dowllng.and her brother Rev. In Lakeland with her sister
I spend the Now Year's weekend with Gainesville where 400 students cafeteria was renovated and a to serve a. Secretary. This I.nl AnderMon, whoii renlilencoHI
I Mrs, i bert Bowers of Hlllard Mrs. Llnnle Drake. Agent % Mm. Ilium, Morgan. 'AU..I"..
Sewell's mother constructed two
with Mrs. work In the huge kitchens or on new wing years that District was organized for the tent tick)'i
to know
Mrs. L. B. Chambers otl B. E. Bennett. in Marlanna various "assembly lines" measur- ago at a cost of $800.000. Within We are all glad purpose of assisting Bradford You are. reritlr| ..i1 to appear 'on
i Mrs. Waren Perkins spl'nt four this amount will be returned Lacy Johns Is on the mend again lanuary lllth 11(51!, In the abovoiiitiie.il
T Haven were weekend > ing out those vitamins, proteinsand years I County farmers In solving tht'lrSoli Court anil oniina, whervlnHlntlfr
of their son-in-law and I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Yancy and Chilstmas Day with her brother, minerals for 11,000 daily meals to the students] In the form He says he doesn't "see double" : and Water Conservation pro >) B eka dlvorc Bradford)
I of Jacksonville E. P. Poppell In St. Augustine. low. It seems as If all object ap. l nitnly Tlmrraph shah publlah thin
Mrs. Q. R. Yancy of such work scholarships.
ter.1Ir. and Mrs. Steve SimMcKnight > blems. ,
issue
Among the members of this culInary double fourfold to him (rilei 'In heat four wkly'
pent Christmas day with Mr. and I. eared or Wltno* mv hand .and official neat
Mrs. T. M. Hutchings spent the crew, who earn more than A two-ymr football star at for awhile. 1 Applications for assistance maybe ..t Stark, Florida, thl. cintiei-

.1 Mrs. Ned Yancy.Mr. Christmas holidays with ht'r $200,000 annually In work schol- I Bradford High School Crosby also I The Harry Swisher. are going i made to any of the above Board 7th( limil.OVPICtAL',. .$mAV., A. .t. ThomaaAs C

lis and daughter and :Mrs. Hans Walker ai.J daughter Mrs. R. G. Dodnon. at arnhlps is Richard Crosby, 18, of went out for track. Active in ''back to Ohio soon, before they go members the) County Agent'. office Clerk of saul Court
father, H. B. Crosby the Future Farmers of America for .." Cronby Deputy. Cleric
u. Joined Mrs. Brnoker. Hlg I
McKnight In hildren were Christmas day guesttjf Trenton. to Miami. They have rented their or the Soil Conservation," Service Tlr.It"Wlnter.l' Jr., 202 Hmlth' llulld-
bit. S. C. where Mrs. Mc-I I brother-in-law Is a farmer and a member of four years, he was chapter delegate louse to the Leonard Colsona. I.lie, Jarkannvlllit. Klurlda.. i
t was I Mrs. Walker's the Bradford County Board of to the National IRA con- Office In the Nasworthy ittya.. for 1'lf. JJ39| 4t lit( *
convalescing in the:I and sister Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Pate Gasnett had ai her Tom Kerce, Joe Lnzenby and
and is winnerof
"likes vention in 1949 a --
t Education. Young Crosby
Hospital. Mr. McKnight I over.the Christmas, holidays Thomas workIng !
Zalkina, in Gainesville.Mr. guest ester and Gus are
N Mrs. McKnight back to:I her son. Cpl. James H. GaHsctt of It fine" when he's dishing out some a House scholarship to Ute Uni with National Container ,"'t.ting QualityPHOTO HALL MARK GRllTINO' CARO Better
e I Gas : delicious hot food during cafeteria versity. His prospective majorIs rINI.HINQ. WATCH
Wednesday evening. Do-: Coolidge
D.C. the
Washington
and Mrs. George C. Whitef out pine trees during
i'. 1H W. Witt rush hours. agriculture. 84 HiS .BCVICI JCWCLRV
return to her studies I Ia Tallahassee were weekend sett and family and K. tolldays. ...:.- MKPAIRINOWatchea, .

P Southern on Tuesday. I : [;uests of Mrs. George Alderman and family of Jacksonville. The Goodnow of Jacksonville Cameras

md Mrs. J. W. White. I Local Chairman Believes Bradford have bought out the Dunbtr whc -
Scott upon
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -
Frances
fy Hazen of Brooker lived on the Priest place.
I few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson had Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Wal-and I Will Up: Its Share In 1950 Polio FundOne Mrs. Delia Thomas of Stork ADVCMTiaiNOrHOTOOHAPHY PORTRAIT a STONt_: CTTINa' I
Mr. ,4AP'
Marcia Kay Hazen. as their weekend guests Mr. .and ter Glatzau in Deland. and daughter-in-law Mary Thorn
pun Orlandowere conditions and environ. PLAtING
Robert Glatzau of Million Dollars to combat of living !
of Mrs.
kfrs. George Clark and family as of La'i Butler were vlsltlni,
I and Mrs. G. B. also guests. polio Is the goal that has been suggested ment. Reddish Andrews family during j
Mr. &
Orlando Wedding
and the Diamonds
nd .
Mrs. Frank Castleberry for Florida for the 1931: The March of Dimes Campaign toe w. CALL *T. PHONK 5CC

bumdale visited the Lawson Poison of Brooker.Mr. Gene Carnell from Ormond March of Dimes campaign.Dr. which will get under way in all the. ahd holidays.Mr. Mrs.. Arthur Wilbur rout PHOTO CARD 8TARKC- FLORIDA WEDDING-' tacrm I..

p over the Christmas holl- Beach Is spending the holidays Hillis Miller State March Florida communities the last twc

and Mrs. Ben Rowland this and with his grandfather. of Dimes President thinks Florida week. of January I. out to destroy and son Jimmy Mrs. Wilbur'of Cortex parentsthe Colo.,,, Our Reputation Your Guarantee of Satisfaction I
laughter Kay are spending surprised
the dread disease. Through
with their should raise the million dollars R. J. Turners, Christmas. J. H. nullinaton Allred !
T. week In Apalachlcola Mrs Annie Laura Neuner of the 1931: campaign and is research individual aid to victim., on p. D.
JGriffen returned to and daughter, Mr. and during Bonnie (Mrs. Wilbur) wrote then- PHOTOORAPHCRJ
on-ln-law JBWSXSJWHI : :
!!Ie Tampa'and T. R. Jones of Brighton county workers throughout and education, the Natlcnal Foundation I
Friday of last week after Irs. Dwight Marshall.Mr. of asking she would be here then and they '
Colo were holiday guests their preliminary for Infantile Paralysis puts
pta the state to begin .
a thyroid I Imflceflts beat 'the mall here. By
operation In nearly
,
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd.Mr. for the campaign basedon the Nation' dimes to work.
I plans Bonnie and
Ho8P'ta1') coincidence
Jackson.l. Sewell and strange
B.
l. getting ..... and Mrs. W. this assumption.The Wilbur Turner her brother both I
along.tine. andfamily
.e aughters.. Virginia and Gayle and Mrs Carl Wright of Florida Pres- THEATRE
Ion 1 University
Culminated hoH- ate breakfast In Dallas, Texas, at
after going and Dr. E. W. were n
h the NeW Orleans Clinic I Ie1lek.up Palmer Ilss' Maude are spending Sewell from Thursday f lay guests of Hot of Mr.Springs and Mrs. F.S.. dent, who State Is serving March his of second Dimes Phone Operators the same time Thursday morningNeither STARKE i
term I
as ,
I it did elthe
several weeks touring Gifts knew nor
ago. Saturday Receive
through Smith. feels keenly about FlorIda' -
Chairman,
know the other would be home for
Dedicated To _
Community Service
outheast Florida. obligation to meet the million I
and Mrs. After spending Christmas herewith From Subscribers Christmas. It was a happy stir "Movie Are Better Than Ever"
E. wehaven.t
F. Miles spent dollar goal. "Although .
""Skend g In Warner Robln" I Miss Thelma Green and her Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews had a major epidemic In prise. ,

lIb Mrs. :Miles. parents Mr' aunt. Mrs. Emma Creech of StugusUne Or and Mrs. H. B. McLendon visit and the state for several years now. II Mrs. Winnie Collins of Orange Saturday Iec.3() ONE Late Show Sun.. 1)ec. 31 ;

J'I. A. T Brown. this week iaunhter. Jeannette. left to belief that we should ralM Springs spent the holidays with \ Also Mon. & Turn., Jan. 1 &: :y
are spending and Tenn- I. my ,
in Marianna her son-in-law and daughter. Martha -
Nashville Tenn elatlves funds to meet any emergency mow
with relative In the I
and ) leee state meeting In Jack and Ken Turner at he horn AMERICANGUERRILLA
1rs. he told a POWER
Vasco Haze" an a He added that of Ken's parent., the R. J. Turners.


E| "with spent Mr Christmas and Mrs.|n J.La.H. home eshmsn Miss for Dolores at the Florida holidays McKnight Southern with her is and elalives, Mr family, and In Mrs.Tallahassee spent James this week and C. Hobbs Balnirldge. with- Jars the sonville during state recently.raised the 1950:only campaign 482,752: dol-and ,| "All The of family helr Turners reunion"laws.really In-laws this enjoyed Christmas and off a.eai [PRELLE wemuM _ _ I ICw

Me- this top I
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Eustls should be prepared year I
Ga. springs" were home for the first "II
ods Will nlght.: double that amount. Chair time In 10 year. Bonnie had not -AND- lECHNICOtOlt. i
reKret to learn that will leave soon for Here In Bradford county. "Yig'.. "
rley Bill Parker Christmas at home In 4BUaJ Doodle .u..u. (;ar-
spent
F to a
,olpital N Strong waS carried In I.a U Seminary. during the
Chsonvlle hospital. Bible raised
student $370
Suniof the
tor the LSU Baptist
I reSult at nter the I belief never experienced a, "brown"Christmas
a nervous B. Sewells. Dr campaign and expressed the '
break- guest of the W. before. *Th. really
Palmer and Miss Gayle Sewell will Rev. and Mrs. T. O. Mitchell will that the goal should be "upped" for know the meaning of White y Christmas \v4.1I.._lan 3 *>NLYknil

fly back to Louisiana State University I- return to Starke today with aftei r.1* the" 1931: campaign. attacking the though they lay.Coconut ,..t..... .,
aid Mrs. I the holidays Pq.Uo, a virus,
W H. Nollman next Tuesday. spending HomelandFriend" (:'ke> '''3.'l.
had termedone I
been '
tlr Gallle and has
) Eau nervous system "
Christmas .
I i thai North Carolina iay L
Day dinner to know "Insidious diseases jiE
1(1'' spent 9 will be glad of the most I
and Mrs\. A E. Brownlee cake
:.Ir. Use favorite layer .
DeWitt is greatly your .fUll
C. It attack .
"',. Mr. and Mitchell's mother to man for .
Sr with known
and few days this week Mrs. fresh coconut .0. .
son. Paul and able to be recipe. Grate a large II
''M,,. Crosby 11- Dawkins'' Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. The Brown- improved for and Christmas.was I young and old alike. Irrespective--I II i... and put grated meat back Into T YL IfEfJJ GEIlVpJI

'Jnlr daUfhter. Janell lees had a. their dinner guests downstairs the juice which has bee-i, sweetened .
oV1lle.IJId aU od I Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. J. RChasteen spent Christ. Harry Quick arrived home Fri very sweet After the meat S ti1JOtl

I I Sr.. of -the State Farm Mrs. Anne Colson with heron, I day from Washington D. C. I has soakd all the juice up pat this O'Brien A: Bogart .O
I Mrs. J. R. Chasteen.Jr. mae eve In Ocala P' and AI o 'hap. I] "....._ llr<> ..I.II1"1l1Ot1rl" .- .. 1
11rs and Mr. and I mixture on top of each layer
:
n, Mlkl 1I.\t.: Bal1entlne .. and son J. Roy. and daughter. I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick gave .altI stack them. high as you like 'em. :\ soil "tw A Order" Cartoon. II ti,. ___..., .. I
and In honor of their -'J. .IoIoe I..Md'e u.diUI '.
l
TImmie dinner
Verda ot Mrs. E. K Perryman a birthday fIt this cake stands a half day or .,-- "'-I"' ."0'-
with .Pf'nt the Christmas I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Roberts and I judge and Christmas guests son Harry last Friday. Thosepresent more, it Is all the better This -- -- ......eI'IhI4w.."_ t;

'\\I. Mr and Mrs. Bert daughter Cynthia of Savannah had as their and daughter Mr. were C. H. Quick Jr., ol Is the Tar Heel's Christmas specl.1They Sunday. Dec. 31

Ga.; will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. B. their son-in-law K Perryman, Jr.. and Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Johnny. Plrturrd abo e Is. the dirfotma* dote on a "coke'nut" cake,, ..!!><. boa Uant la J.i.:. ., t

I:1d MlI 'Cottrell from Friday to Tuesday. and Mrs. E. of PennaYlVanMr. Jones and family of Baldwin Mrs.Jesse tree at the Starfce Tel phon* ('0., while we bank on fruit cakes bathed ---: Party" Short :
Mat" Jan. Evelyn iII
r ,, Jr Carter and daughter. Newsome and daughter ,urroundetd by gift from appreciative In "what have you." ,- I

1tb Mr spent Christmas Buddy Faxon 1" home visiting Mrs. S. C. Reyci and of Starke. suharrlhrr. to employee of the Wilbur Turner says that the I Thurs., Fri. Jan. .I & 5

AI and Mrs- Wallace his family this week from his and Jacksonville, were the company.. If. A. Bishop, owner of Florida boys In Camp Cook Calif. I, I

'. Marton Jr.. In Jack. studies at Florida-Southern. daughter of guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. )I. Brownlee and MrsJoe the> company, wi"" ... to e*pre"* ap- ire sponsoring a radio program one

Christmas eve E. Wilson spent the Christmasweekend predation, (o the public on .behalf either Sunday or Monday (we'll! : pniwitsCoppeIl

IIId Mr. and Mrs.\. M. C. Ford. Sr.. ft Mrs. P. D. Reddish. with Mr. and Mr. Earl I 01 his employre for tItHe thought" lher! Sunday or Monday (we'll I.z. I !

Mrs T G. Ritch spent Jacksonville were Christmas day Fitzgerald of Tampa Johnson In Matter, Ca. Ful artumnaj remembrance lave to listen over WRUF to find I,

!.tcb with\ tholr parents- Mrs. guests of Mrs. lo(. C. Ford. Jr., Mrs. J her daughter. Mrs. M of Waynesville, )ut. The boy who Is responsible i : '
visiting Killisn
'IPJI. and Mr. and :Mrs. H. and family. Is and family, for several Mrs. Jim several day Mrs. J. H. Field. and Mr. and for these broadcasts Is "Cowboy" .. Wa..s: 1ItIO.. ;

I F. Brown N. C., ia brother spending Joe Truby. )Ir. Mr. Herbert Green had a. their \Vllllam of Inverness a friend of ._._.",:,,-=-. -=:::=--. ::;! .., ...5ucuicgwgrua. !
and Miss Shirley weekLMr. with her Vllbur-s. -- ----
and
Mr.
Miss Nina Bishop Christmas day guests,
Slid 1f,* theft left Wednesday of Truby has been confined to Riverside Coun. Floyd and Mana Wiggins attend- ,,\|_ New and "Timid Pup" Cxrtx ., Tarlbtwan Caprr and 5t'alavbts'd I
W. of Union
erw, Duke and Scott of Tampa. and )frL W. Face Jacksonville with Mrs. T. O. Carter
die CIlII and Terry Dea. of for Lyons. Ga., where they were Christmas din. hospital several day. last week ty. and Mr. and Mr. Adam Green ed the funeral of Mrs. Green's >n PMU" Cartoon
spent wedding of a cklIOnvUle and daughterInlaw. pneumonia of Stark ther at Antloch Tuesday.
Christmas the
d withAndrews participated In their lIOn now. and son. Jimmy
Mr, of along nicely
J. College ncr gus but Is getting
W
Wesleyen Don Page I
'7 Lake at I schoolmate from Mr. and Mr.

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DEC 29.19 5 0 .

BRADFORD COUNTY TELlGRAPR.!: BTAI KE. FLORIDA FRIO\1', DF'FyntER: !
POE SIX '
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First Rubberized Road In Florida i PINE LEVEL day after,,,,,,"I ''i'' m 111"nl ,

FARMER'S LONG BRANCH clock at ,n ,, A a

By 1\11'8. II. M. McRae I Church it. .'twee
'
/ T ,k, /. !] Uy Mrs. J. L. StricklandWe of the Phut, i :"', .? Nell
DIARY "'"
== = mony, I ; Rev. W. E. Half filled hla regular
I II learned of three hour appointment at Pine Level Church and :ill
By Sam Mcriarvcy I II I'J '11111'Were
I burned near here the week before Sunday morning: with a large 'at daughter i ,
The author will be glad to reM eYw. Christmas Monday night;: De tendance. re,1, ,,
'
= >l\e Items of liitort-Ht conrornInir 18. Hall's place at Mlddlebur Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae were Mrs. A i S'

I the artlvltlrs ol farmer. In burned We understand this ,vas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Mr: a)1(11) : I .

tdw rAi;; Bradford County. Suggestion may a place where beer and other Alverez In the Heilbronn\ section family ?,,,,, 'n"

be loft at the Tclrirraph office or drinks were sold. Buddie Wilkir- Sunday, also visited Mr. and at the ''i,0111,,,,, I

T mailed to 8aml\oGarvey. La tey, son's old house, or log house, at Mrs. W. R. Halslop In the afternoon eats 1.1"1'" j,1 I'.'' ''Uerot'Thl'r".a
i'6' Florida burned Wednesday night I i.
Highland their fiftieth ,
it being wedding "' ( ,
and Volley Mosley's dwelling house anniversary. Recent .H"V. ,
I II VI"
Some weeks ago we found 8 'going every night and that and burned Saturday morning while allot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and were Mi ,,lI\tI, i \1', ".J!

brown porch rocker lying on the< I additional lights burning also run r e M a a t aa his folks were In Starke. We did daughter, Kathy, spent Christmas the Rising/ "' r

highway In front of our home, ,. up the bill. li fMtn not learn the cause of any of the with Robert's mother, :Mrs. Sue Mrs. Earl Goo, "V

evldentally dropped from a truck fires but we do know It Is unto Myrick, at Lake Geneva. '

moving home furniture. We kept And speaking of television, one< tunate for the victims of the fire guests of Rev., and Mrs., W. E.
"
It out In the front yard for several of the most important program We were told that furniture and dren, Sherley Virginia and James, Sealed.. i r lil't', 11 Illhr
HUR'
I
,
loss ,1 I "I'
total .
weeks in plain sight so that the we look forward to. dally is the clothing: were almost a of Jacksonville Beach were dinner of Ktlilk.! / I I'" t trJ

owner might see it when passing 6:30: weather report,.at .which time Bill and Carl Lang, Richard guests of Rev. ad Mrna. W. E. o'elock I'I Kt.ir.. e i '

by. The owner can claim It basking we see a weather map of the entire RS3" t1';, Lang and Clyde Padgett all epee Hall Sunday. 9th dm i ",

for ft 1 country and have the weather I ,, / a, I z it i. Christmas at Clay Hill. After the service Sunday night wilt time I b..mil, |,'", II

forecast explained to us. Of course, :: i Jst, Rev. and Mrs. Hall left for HtllanJ aloud ?n ,iOn I
fide v rr Mr and Mrs. Charles Fields cal .. .
,
Well, we scrapped over our at times, the Weather Bureau i li! 4dl t, SY1b', where they spent Christmas with Oil "?
>
Strickland's Sunday Bl |Hfiwolflratl'
of broccoli which was almost wiped wrong, but nevertheless it still Is, 'r, r ed on the their daughter and family, :Mr. and j I.

out by the freeze and managedto In our opinion, a good guide to use .4 e rN night Charles has reenlisted\ In Mrs. J. E. Murshee and son, Edward :Maximum. Fin-I.I Imum I'1 ''i

salvage about 4,000 plants. The the army, has his call to report. Hall Murshee. holt 1 I Vler.lt; r
that we did save any; Januray 2, 1951. He will be statloncd f KI 130 dean' '
only reason Ben Saunders spent Saturday 1 v", oom
Is that some clumps of plants' Alice is still planting in the temporarily In Fort Bragg night and Sunday with Mr. wit; Max. Vl '

(consisting of as high as 30 to 4C kitchen garden, despite our slivt; RUBBER ROAD-Florida State Road Department officials representatives of the Firestone Tire and N C Dottie will remain with he. Mrs. Owens of Starke end enjoyed Imately Ono ynaer',;:1,t t, W"

in a group i were killed on the top progress with it. She put in some Rubber company Akron Ohio, watch the laying of the state's first stretch of rubberized road lOuth mother until Charles Is permanently Christmas dinner with Mr. and rue Out.llni 1 '(

and edges but deep In the middle more onion sets parsley, rhubarb, of Tallahassee In a test project.* Processed, synthetic or natural rubber Is mixed with asphalt" which Flattened, then she will go where Mrs. O. M. Silcox also of Starke. to The 35.' unlit II ,
engineers say will outlast conventional types and has the added feature of greater safety due to better I, T
survived and are now brussels sprouts radishes, beets, he of the I-IM ,
some plants road traction. Watching the road Hying are. left to right J. E. Mlsner. technical department Firestone is.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bullengton .nerve |Ih, 1 any Fior,
growing out. But It was a tedious I and now has the largest variety ol Tire and Rubber company. Akron; Chairman Alfred A. McKethan. of the State Road Department; I and Mrs. Terrell Hickey and daughter, Genell. of Starke or nil hide! l a1tOAltlr

job and when we are through we things planted we have ever had Sam P. Turnbnll. state highway engineer; Marlon D. Nelson Panama City, member of the road board: spent part of Christmas Day wit were guests of the H. M. McRae CITY OF 0"" N4 rm
will have at most 10 rows from the Trouble is that germination Is extremely A. F. Barns. Firestone manager Tallahassee: J. Glover Taylor, Jacksonville member of the road board Dad and Mom Strickland. family Christmas afternoon Icy ,.,,,,) :};1 'ily F"

70 we planted. However, we knowof slow, and we are hoping and J. U. Moore of the Firestone engineering department. Akron. Mr. and Mrs. John Edwla Mc- 1121
which" were killed will soon and -' \Ve still hear firecrackers even
lots of crops that things come up Rae are receiving congratulationson
outright around here, so It looks) get going before we have another Tip On MixingHomerendered Welcome To University if Christmas f Is passed. One thing. the arrival of a son. Mrs. Mc-

have been lucky to, cold kill them off. ___ ___ we have never been able to understand I
as though we wave at the Naval
,, ,"" ,:. "'''' hart Rae and baby are
advisedby is .why do people cry
left. We were "
have any Jacksonville. Johnny Is WELDINGWe
Hospital
of the broccoli cold times, and then spend their money;
Mr. Owen of fairly Lard Is Given .
spraying the We had a few days for firecrackers for Xielr children In Japan.Mr.
that
pack company warm weather recently and It was and Mrs. H. M. McRae were
to shoot? Seem to think they
sulphateand will ;
plants with manganese most welcome but for the most Mixing home-rendered lard blessed, had all their children at
would help to thi cannot celebrate Christmas without -
make
copper sulphate part it has been cool and ,rainy. vegetable shortening will home at 'ChrIstmas day but two.
them to growing, so we ere lard keep fresh and sweet twice shooting firecrackers. I wonder I
get
We sawed some logs for the fire Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
It. In event we chemists of the U. 9, It they think the Wise Men
going to try any place, as it looks to us as If we as long, say T. N Norman and son, Mr. and
that will not get much of of Agriculture, reports and Shepherds went back to theIr!
know we are going to have quite a lot of Department Mrs Arthur McRae and son. Mr.
harvest but we are determinedto Ross, Home Demonstration places of abode after shooting firecrackers -
a But Miss Dorothy and twc
cool weather before spring. and Mrs. J. W. McRae offer
If we only get a and making a big noise, the people of Sand
It
at even Agent.
keep the other night, as though to makeup L'1""z sons, Mr .and Mrs. B. M. McRae
broccoli. of hydrogenated probably drinking or drunk, afte
freezer full of Only two or three pounds
Dame Mr.
two
for some dreary days Chris two son and daughters \lclnity sue of the
the
had been to
see
(hardened) vegetable they
Nature treated us to a sunset and Mrs. L. A. Crosby, three sons
needed for each 5 O I child? Some may say, well I It
About the prettiest sight on our which was beautiful. shortening are and three daughters, Mr. and modern and finest tqulj
field of oats,, pounds of lard. Any good bran) Christians or church member
the
is
farm green Mrs. A. F. Hall and son and three
rape, rye and lupine which Is grow. will do the job. Add the shortenIng -I. Want to set around and not enjo,; daughters, Mrs. Owen McRae and welding shops. anywhere.

ing by leaps and bounds now. Sam read in Popular Mechanics to the rendered lard la lhe. themselves why that Is their privilege two sons, Owen being In the ser All Work Guarante
color recently about the way. growers kettle before settling and Well If we can't celebrate
the ,dead brown just
After ,
;; '- vice at San Diego. Calif, and Mr.
brought on by the freeze, the delicate mulch pineapple plants In Hawaii separating: the cracklings. An .,,.i; :'>>>"ilk will :0'f.n..w."'!)1".J;.; ,, : .t- ,, ,. Christmas as it should be celebrated and Mrs. Robert Taylor one son SMITH'S GARAJ

green Is a ,welcome relief, andit by using long: strips of wide paper other method Is to mix: the shorten -s; W-f;: k'. ;l1).:;;:,; _?;:.::, !:i'ft.i.' :. ,__.-.,>!,,, ,:,.j why, celebrate at all? If 1 it and daughter.The .
,, one
almost seems to symbolize the which cover the beds and are slit- Ing with melted lard In the storage __ ;.... ."" "" ... .,. -.w has no meaning to us only to make AND MACHINE SH

new hopes and promises of better ted to let the plants. through. Seem containers. In this case, the No longer will visitors or casual passers-by fait to recognize the a big noise, 'let's leave the noIse many friends of Mrs. Lacle

things after bitter disappointments, ed to him that this might be an shortening: should be stirred care University of Florida as they Journey through Gainesville along 13th off until the Fourth of July or Brown of Lake Butler and Ralph Temple Are SurM

But didn't plant It to look at, Idea to try on berry plants, and he fully until entirely melted and Street or University Avenue. This attractive' entrance recently com some other time. C. Epperson of Wllliston, .will be
we
to try little strip this pleted, was the Idea of the Class of 49. who willed the University a Interested to hear of their mar-
Is going a
and our stock will most assuredly be mixed with the lard. portion of the coat of construction. In the daytime and lighted up at Speaking of a big noise, a fe\i
not waste time on It when they season. If It works, it might It is best to store home-renderei night, the new "gateway to the campus' gives: an appearance of Inviting nights ago our dog barked so long

are turned in to graze. And how cheaper and quicker than the present lard in tin containers which an ; one to enter.STATE. and loud just outside of the yard

they need It now I method, but the'chances are free of rust. Since, contact wit the boss man Jim, decided to get FOR YOUR T.A REQUIREMENTS!

it won't.Neighbor. air causes lard to spoil, container! Garland Godwin of Palatka as up and go and see whose cat the 4.fi ,

Joy, our milk cow, has numerous i should be filled to the top and their guests. dog had treed. Thinking it MIGH1'

sores on her teats, which Alice has asked Alice how to I tightly closed. After filling the FARM Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. V. not be a cat, he took his old 15 It Pays To Trade With Sirt

diagnosed as cow pox. The USDA bleach the printed words from feedBacks cans or palls of lard should b< Geiger and Mr. and Mrs. JimmIe gauge sho t gun along. We hadn't

Yearbook "Keeping Livestock and Alice couldn't help her,, stored In a cool), dry place. Ily Aim.'' Bryan UIiltQeMDiath Bradley and their baby, Gloria, all been asleep long so he couldn't sec (:)ROANE": G-\o-:

Healthy Is our authority and 'we: but we are trying to find out. The natural antioxIdants In hy of Jacksonville' and) Recruit Bradley very well-he said. He went outtalking GAS I" Appliani-
treatment recommended drogented vegetable oil makes 1 It Geiger of Ft. Bragg, N.C.. "
are using- the of It. II. Tyson to our little flak dog, Spot,
which is applications of a effective in keeping: lard front were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I I can't tell if It is a cat or a coon,
mixture, of one part of tincture of Doing some close figuring: on turning: rancid. R. H. Tyson died early Saturday; Bradley.Mr. Well yours truly heard him talkIng SLADE GAS COMPANY, Inc.
of some broilers morning at hU' of duty from
project starting post and Mrs. Jack Nelson of
iodine and three parts of glycerine. so she jumps out of bed, grabs
Statistics tell us that it akes about a heart attack. Funeral services Jacksonville Christmas Eve fla.
Have used It several times and USDA DEVELOPS NEW spent her 12 and one she! E. Call St. Starke.
Ibs. of feed to them were held at the DeWItt Jones gauge gun
8ti' get with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran-
the seem to be healing.: SCREW WORM REMEDY ItIs
sores and takes off. Jim says, "There
In Starke witli
that Chapel Tuesday
to 12 weeks of age, and
*. up NOW CALLED Ell 33.' nen.Mr. in that big tree do you
should Interment In Crosby Lake Came pecan
the cost plus the cost of chicks and Mrs. John P. Turneyand
First thing we did when lee It, Is It a cat or coon?" Well
tery. Rev. L. A. Shepherd of
the total Investment their children, Mary Carol
represent treatment known as EC
sores became bad was to take the A new about that time the last to arrive FOOD'SDISPLAYED.
i bull calf Butch off the cow, and But the more farming we do the 333: for control of screw worm, the ficiated. In addtlon to Mrs. Tyson end John. Jr., of Jacksonville! were the scene banged gun loose THE. .
the deceased Is survived by upon
realize that "there's livestock insetIn Christmas Day guests of Mr. and
more we most destructive'
he has not liked It a bit: He is two sons, Edgar Tyson of Jack and down came one coon. Two MARKED
a slip betwlx cup and lip"and the southern states, has beer Mrs C. M. Turney.
feed but naturally many ,
eating some dry sonville and Harry Tyson of MIami nore ran one north and one ,
so if we start the broilers we announced by the IT. S. Department Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fancher
still prefers 'nature's own feed. and by three grandchildren ouch Well, I says Jim, shoot 'N
tried to him to drink will expect trouble in one form or of Agriculture.The and their little son, Pete, were IS THE PRICE
Alice get. Sympathy la extended to the bereaved one of them and give me another ,
another and the chances are we new. remedy contains lin- Christmas Eve guests of Mr. and
milk,and he did get some of It, ,
relatives. hell. He shot the, one but had
won't be disappointed. dane, a powerful new Insecticide Mrs. ''W W McCrary in Jack YOU HELPBOURSE
but Alice got most of It splatteredon :
10 other shell so I dashed back Into -
:3
shed The formula requires by weight lrvgdlll Ifeath sonville.Mr. .
all the milk
her and over parts qf llndane, 35: parts of pine and Mrs. Bob Barkley and : our room, got another shell, t Uv: //j''
i. On reading up on fertilizer values oil, 42 of white mineral oil 10 ol Friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. lashed back out and got the other ;
: and
and their children Margo
of the
Mc-Lendon learn /-c
regret to
all the I
and that'Why that of
scarce learned
are have
Eggs we emulsifier and 10 of a sllca oon.: These coons surely cameo
is high. When we that producedby an death-of the latter's father, J. T. Mike, of Jacksonville and Mr. and HOW VERY ..
the
price ao barnyard manures, see what was wrong ;we hadn't P 45 aE
Mrs. George Manassa and children -
Mr.
had plenty of eggs we had to chickens la by far the richest. gel.If applied to wounds with a Cogdill of Knoxvllle Tenn. been hunting for a while, but, -
and Chris
Celia George, Jr.
beg buyers to take known that It was rich in Cogdill died Thursday morningin h 5/ NICEli ie
practically : We hafl small paint brush, the treatment Knoxville following an extended tine, of Green Cove Springs were hey won't tell the .story. Our
them, but now that we' are getting nitrogen, but did not know that It kills maggots. deep In the wounds, Illness. Christmas guest of Mr. and :Mrs. logs and cats. had all of the coon], 111

only,about a dozen a day people also analyzes: high In potassium young maggots as they hatch W. G. Strlngfellow. they could eat and to spare. And

are bidding for them at prices and potash. From now on we lire from eggs, and flies attracted to Bridge Club Meeting Bill McCrary of Jacksonville visited he dogs haven't disturbed our LOC., TR.e'Masst ,.. i

double what we were getting. So going to utilize all manure to enrich I. the,; wound to' feed oV lay more The'' State Farm Bridge", Club ] Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fan sleep any more since then.

far as we can see the only ones our,klchen garden In organic eggs": held its annual Christmas partyat cher for several days this past WeU, happy huntln' and a pros-

making money at todays high matter. The killing of flies attracted tc the J. O. Godwin hors 3 Wed- week. >rous New Year to all of you.: RICE 3 Ibs. 2
prices are the cold storage people ,. wounds Is an attribute new to Department nesday afternoon of last week. During the Yuletide season Mr. - -

who bought eggs many months screw worm remedies Seasonal decorations added to the and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Mr. and '- -
ago and are now just about doub Read that according to the authorities ThIs[ will help reduce the number Mrs. Alex Yawn and their son i
ThefItately
4
charm of the spacious home. lb.
Gainesville' about 13ot CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTON
ling their money. But it takes about at has been killed of animals attacked by flies. ,, Christmas tree was complemented Terry and Misses June, Peggy I .CHEESE old fashion round,
7 IDS. of feed to produce a the lupine crop Department entomologists say with other decorative and Frances Caldwell visited Mrs. ,

dozen eggs, and as better than by the freeze. We're not positive the new remedy has many points effects with the coffee table hold- J. B. Caldwell and Mrs. Ola Luff-

average hen lay about 180 eggs of It, but we think that although of superiority over Smear 62. It Ing a fantasy In blue and silver man In Ocala. I PHARMACISTS JELLO j/7 |
a year you can see that a small some of our lupine,had leaves killed will not deteriorate upon standing. that was of special beauty. Mrs. I Mr and Mrs. A. L. Crews had per package /
to for the most part it l ie all right as their holiday visitors Mr. and '
poultry producer has average Exhaustive tests show one application Glenn Park of Toledo, Ohio guest I'I'I
I 340 a dozen*for his eggs to pay but coming: along slowly; of EQ 333 usually lasts for of Mr. and Mm. J. C. Wallace, I Mrs. A. L. Crews Jr. and their

only for the FEED, to say nothing seven, days, while two treatmentswith was with the players at the refreshment daughters Nelda Jo and Sandra, Dog Food Gains 25 lbe bag b 2,

about other costs and his Invest., Bought some snapped corn this Smear 63 are requited to hour when fruit cake of Orlando: Mr. and Mrs. P. E. ,

ment In a flock, equipment, and week from a nearby farmer. Had protect over the same period and coffee were served. The ex- I Faulkner>t Jacksonville; Mr. and

labor for tending them. hoped that by adding: a protein Wounds treated with the new remedy I change of gifts also preceded the I Mrs. J. M. Browning and their 31 3

supplement to it that we could use heal quickly. Lampblack and games. Prize winners on this occasion .'son. David of Lawtey and Mr. AJAX Geansor - -

One of the gilts which we are It, for hog feed but are advised a- other coloring chemicals that stain were Mrs. L. F. Chapmanwho And Mrs. W M. DinkIns and their -

raising to be a brood sow has what ;alnst it as snapped corn Is' too clothing: wool or hair have been j had high score, Mrs. Dennis eon Andy, of Gainesville. Little I
bulky'and should be used for only omitted. 'Judy Crews who had remainedwith OVER SEA BRAND
appears to be an abcesa under her Fancher who had second high and ,
neck. At this time we don't know animals with more, complete. digestive Entomologists recommend that Mrs. J. R. Kite who held the her grandparents here to -- .1
complete the school semester, returned ON-THE-MINIT Pork & Beans 16 size -
what caused It, but we have put systems. only the wound and a narrow strip lucky card In bingo. The con- SERVICE oz. ea.
screw-worm medicine on it and are of an Inch or less. about the wounde tract prizes were decks of cards to Orlando with her par- PHONE ,

watching It every day. Seems that Sam is rolling his cigarettes now treated Young animals par- and the bingo prize was note pa ents. 64 OVER SEA BRAND
Rlcharde Day
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. and Night
Us just one thing after another going -! and enjoying them more and also Icularly calves may be sickenedf 'per. Jane and Rlcharde attended 1
Henry 12?
: wrong and It proves that you jutting down the -expense. He the treatment Is not applied Mr.' and Mrs. R. H. Cox spent the Ritch family Christmas -- Greens turnips chopped: can ,

have to examine your stock dally.I ftnda, too that as a beginner at roperly. Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. celebration at the Kingsley Lake -- "': :; ..

rolling cigarettes, he Is less likely The veterinarian says the Ralph Cox In Live Oak; home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch
.. At long last we are getting a to smoke when the operation Involves rouble; Is due to insufficient iron Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. M. Let Us Thoroughly

few things from the kitchen garden several failures before he : and ;copper In the bodies: of the Mrs L .F.' Chapman returned Rlcharde was the guest of her RICE 10 Ib. bag! .. 1 1-
from West where !
last Tuesday Key Wash Your
-lettuce, onions a few turnips produces something which only distantly 1 >lga. Ordinarily, pigs are born brother and slstetin-law Mr. and Clothe ,
-because of the continued cold. I resembles a cigarette, burns with enough of these elements in'eserve she was the guest of Mrs. E. D. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, In Starke

But because of the scarcity, the I only feebly and disintegrate completely to carry them through un- Williams for a week. Sunday. 9 Pounds

things are getting to taste all the I with a shower of sparks tlJ weaning: time. Where the sow's Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews visited Christmas' Day visitors of Mr. Coca Cola Take Home J\-o a 1

better. 'without warning. His goal is to feed U low In these elements how. relatives In Auburndale during' and Mrs. L. Durden were Mr. and For 40c! Only JJI'

''I..arn to roll one with one hand. ever the reserve U not deposited the past week.. They were accompanied Mrs. David Dresden Mr. and Mrs.! FREE Bleach If Desired! Plus

Alice had practically a whole CCC Neither do the pigs pick up enough home Christmas day Russell Rosslter and their children '

meal the other day of food stored Going to plant about % bushelf of the minerals to satisfy their by Mr and Mrs. R. C. Springerand and Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis .

In the deep freeze. Chicken green English peas in the field wherewe needs from. the\ dirt which they their baby, R. C., Jr., of Au and their children, all of Jack 0 Jowel
burndale who were their overnight We will have Hog
nibble. sonville. plenty
beans, home-baked bread were all had broccolL Will plant two .

taken out of storage, thawed out rows on a bed about ten' Inches Dr. Batte say the trouble cane guests.Mr. WeWlU

and cooked. And this Is only the apart as raised In that manner the > prevented by swabbing: the and, Mrs. J. C. Wallace were RELIEF AT LAST

beginning: as some day we hope to fines are supposed to help support sow' teat. dally with a saturated with Jacksonville relatives for Dry Your Clothes Blackeye PeasSTARLING'S

be able to have sweet corn the each,other. solution made by dissolving one Immediate Christmas holidays.

year round, not to mention English :.I I pound of ferrous sulphate (cop- Mr. and Mrs.E. C. Harden and For Your COUGH For 20cIn

peas broccoli strawberries, Also have to make a gate, mend ,>eras) in a quart of hot water. their sons Steve and Joe spent because New
relieves promptly
Creomulsion Automatic
will be ableto An easier method i t. to add 10 the holiday season with relatives Driers!
and lots more. lome fence, and then it goes right to the teat of the troubleto I
turn the calves and brood sorvs gram bf copperas and 1.5: gramsof In Chattahoochee and In Wewa- help loosen! and expel germ laden I

We had our first electric bill in the rye field. copper sulphate (bluestone) tc hltchka. phlegm and aid! nature to soothe and 1 01u

since starting the deep freeze and:I. a bushel of dirt mix well and During the holidays Mr. and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial I Imembra '

it looks as though It has Increasedour Alice, Pop and Sam extend our scatter In the pen where the sow Mrs. J. G. Godwin had as their visitors or money Des.refunded.Guaranteed Creomutiioo to please you baa T 1= WasheteriaOn '
e'
.expense by, not over $2 a k-ery best greetings to all our new I and pigs are confined. Particles of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin stood the test of millions of men osn'ri

month. We are confident that it', friends here In Bradford County for he mineralized dirt adhere to the and their young son, :Jltnmle. of 1 ve.

did not cost more,than that, as wt'I a happy and prosperous New sow' teat. and are picked up by Belle Glade and for Christmas CREOFVJUL'SIONmum Stark

i i have also had our television set Year I the pigs. Day they also had Mr. and Mrs. --. Cfcnt CMi Ante InncMtii --n_ 11IIII''" n



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DEC 29 1JSOR t!

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_. DPI'110E BRADFORD OUNTY'I'1IJ'nR"PA!: wTARw3Lr, FLORIDA. PAO IttIE V101g I
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I Ig : Methodists To Join In Prayer For Peace mon of Montloch, Mr. and Mrs night visitors to St. Augustine last I Burton Graham. I(I Paul Simpson Oorg-,Cue Defendant No. 111 !j"

On Sunday Dec. 31 Ask Hershel Layfleld and children of week where her small cousin, Jennifer Mr. M. E. Hess and daulI'hter.1 Order of PnnllPntlnn And lVe"_ TAprenr. I j

; Others To UniteLocal Gainesville, and Mr. Marshall Mottof Johns was seriously ill In a Joann have returned to their I.Paul Simpson. pTATK George) or ,WOI.OR.UA whose r.T..l-i r,

Methodists will join Sun president Starke. hospital. home after spending several : dente and addreee la 1411 I8tb I

) day Dec. 31. with the denomtna. Council of of Churches the new National I Mr and Mrs. O. W Barry visited Mrs. Ida Myrick and Mrs. Clec months with relatives in Ohio. Str..t.You are N. W.required. Weehlncton( to appear D. C. on '\

tlon's nearly nine million member,, Bishop Episcopal Mr and Mra. J. R. Crews of Hunter of Pompano Beach have Gall and Bobble Jean Johns of January 8th 1)51 In the abovenamed I
Knox
In Henry Sherrill. of Jacksonville with their cousins, Court and cause, wherein
a national Jacksonville Sunday. been' recent visitors here.
mid-century : New ... and restoration
prayer : York. He urger all Protestants plaintiff .k. divorce
S 1 N k'i for peace. it was announced yester- to offer Mrs. Wilson Green anti Miss Spending Christmas out of town Jerry and Mary Katharine Wads- of maiden name. Bradford

'day by the Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell ,I 31 for a "peace prayers which on December Is the- Lourell Green were In Gaines were the following families: Mr. worth of Gainesville, are spendingthis Bounty ar.: :::[.f.'uh': weekly publish issue.l title.
I pastor of the First :Methodist I ville shopping Saturday. and Mrs Robert Gray. Jr. with Mr. week with their grandmother witness my hand and official peal

Churches Are Riding The Crest Church of Starke. I!I fruit The of letter righteousness.to : Mr and Mra. Dave Gainey of and Mrs. R C. Gray Sr., of Tam- Mrs. Stella John Collins, at Sth.fftnrke 19110.OFFICIAL. Florida this D.c.mber

rida Membership Boom Mr. Mitchell pastors stressing Palatka visited her parents Mr. pa In Chattanooga, Tenn. May the New Year of 1981 bringto ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas
And said the call tcl Individual and /group participation, A. Clerk of eald. (Court
I
Building special prayer was sounded by the I| stemmed from the following call and Mrs. N. G. Stokes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKowen in each of you Health Happinessand Hy Haven CroRhy, r> piity: Clerk
to 200 five i I Little Ronnie of Jacksonville Spiritual Prosperity. Ray Selden, 8eldn Building. P"tona *
about
Coggin
the pared
years ago
Florida. are' at Methodist Council of Bishops'and by Methodist bishops. I Pompton Lakes, N. J. Beach Florida for P1!'.
del )1 which their membership totals 66,000 an la spending/ this week with and I AtHi's
upswing I thhe church's General Board of "With a of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cox 4t 11119
sense
of. building< increase of deep urgencywe his grandparents, Mr. and Mra. H In rlrealt Co..r Bradford Coast?. -
ebblngte as 19,000. Evangelism grandson Bruce In Miami. .
signs of / In view of the "ex- call our fellow Methodists and Klorldm. (......rr. In Circuit Court nmdtnrd County
I little the new other denomination I, O. Brown and Mrs. Mary Green Mary LKMIIM. Hmout, Plaintiff, vasClifton Florldni In (.........r,..
ceptionally .
moves> into In virtually every grave condition of the al others who wjjl 1 Join us In spec- \Mr and Mrs. H. E. Coggin of Mr. and Mrs. Don McMahone and Kuvcn; tfitiont, Dofondant.Caen I J. Ward Chapman, Plaintiff, vas
membership and construction world today." ial prayer Mr. and Mrs. Louis Underwood in No. si OROrdrr Koberla Chapman, Defendant
I
I, Jacksonville visited friends ftn" Of ...lla.l... ".<| Ntlv T* Case No. 8114
Starke a magnificent are pointing' skyward. In a letter to pastors of 42.000 "Let us pray dally for the leaders I relatives here Saturday. Ft. Myers. Appvar STATIO OF KLOIIII TOI Order of .........1.. And %o'lr. T.

of in for the First Baptist What of 1991: Another big :: Methodist Churches, the board urg of our country and of the United I Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis visit- Mr. apd Mrs. B. Y Saxon Mr. Cllrton. la Btiiron Tlfton." Hinoot.Qvorfflai whose reel'done. appear. Chapman HI'AIK of whoee r'1-Oltlu residenceand TelRoberta .

dlllee completed In 10:50.: and church-building year Is Indicated ed every congregation to unite In Nations that God will give rd their and son-in-law mid Mra. O.W. Saxon and Mr. and You are rittiulrml tt appear nn addree (.: 4116 Forest Avenue,
,n was them I daughter January rend 19111, In the almvnamiMl .. In of 1\[.... Ida aehrlnKan. .
on an there will be "a chain of wisdom and courage to seek Mrs. Dirt In earn a
now under way although probably prayer on Mid-Century Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner of Eugene Pampano. Court and' ease., whiralnplaintiff I City, Miscount
f JL, project for the First some drop from the vast total of Sunday beseeching God's guidanceIn and to do his will. I Starko and Mr. and 1'011'11."\Voodrow Visiting Hampton relatives durIng seeks diver.. Bradford You are required te appear on.ran..ry
f'oimly .I"orr.Jh l nhitll piihllnh thla .
t Church New buildings 1950.: While recent Government converting a world crisis to a Let us pray for all who are under Thomas of Starke last weekend.Mrs the'holldays were: Mr. and Order In next four weekly) t leaues.l, named. Court 8th U5l and, cause In the, wherein above

ollis been started or complet- restrictions do not yet affect re- Just and lasting peace" the shadow of war: for those I n D. Hlers ,of Jacksonvilleis Mrs Alexander Elliot and daughter nt Wltnoim Starke t ,mv Foriilu hand,and this official D..mb.rI'lh. I eeal I plaintiff seeks divorce, award of
child to defendant and other relief.
silo the Airpark Baptist and ligious construction, the world Declaring that "mankind's hope who do battle for us. the home I spending several days here with Cynthia William Horne of l 1960.CFFICIAL, Bradford County Telegraph' anal!

,r mallet congregations. crisis has forced building material for freedom is in desperate Jeopardy less the hungry, the children.Let her lion and daughter, Mr. and Charleston, S. C., Rudolph DC ( A"SKAt.Clerk A nf J.said Thomas Court I publish weekly issues.Witness this .Order In next tour
.aJ and hold- Since 1939. theyhave us pray for our enemies that New York Mr. and Mrs. : Hv Haven Crosby ci..rkHolll. ..
membership prices up. Mrs, R. M. IlIer8.I Waters Stare. my hand and official .111At
.
urth the plea for prayer coin I God lead them in the of V Knight, Flnridni Starke, .
December
this
at may Florida
the state are reported Jumped 130 percent tided with a similar request h\ t'lp'I'il righteousness and way I Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis visit' Onard Parker and family. Homestead j' Ally, for PIL. HIM 4t I'll' I I ftth I9HO.OFFICIAL.

L.tlroe high Today there Is a trend away peaco. ed his sister Mrs. Ophelia Moore Mr and Mrs. Woodrow In rirralt Court llrxirord Co..lr'l;, ( SEAT) A. J. Thomas
of said Court.
Ae Clerk
I )t Florida for InBuilt from the traditional and costly of Starke Saturday morning. licks and family Brunswick Ga., Klorlilai la Ckanrvrr.Huttls .. ', Py: Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
l!Baptists 40 ww churches dur- types of church architecture. Some Albert C. FeigertTo Methodist ChurchStudent Mr. and Mra. Q. W. Davis and I Mr. and Mrs. Earle Van Alstine, \\elilon 1\J.(. Huntley Hunily, Defendant Plnlnllff. v T. Frank. Landrum, Starke., Fiori....
Atty. for Pit. iS; 4t 12123
K and hope to congregations which shun out children< visited relatives In Jack. Cocoa, Mr. and Mrs. James Tun No 1")7
current year Begin RevivalAt I fleece Of Puhllcntlna And IV....... To .
la: the coming year. right modern are favoring colonial Recognition Day will sonville Sunday Broome and sons, Orlando Mr. .'.....r rrATH OK FLORIDA TO.

t during set a goal of 20.000 bap- structures because their simple Long BridgeAlbert bo observed Sunday. Dec. 31, In Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Carlton and and Mrs. O. D: Gay, Elmer Gay, V\ "lcti>n In !M.8 FlrM Huntley 1tr,...whoa t Ullttnore r.*l.rtonon ., I FREE !

have rent 12 month. lines encourage functional designs. ;I the First Methodist Church of Mr. and Mrs. G. \V. Davis were In I Mr. and Mrs Frank Williams and i North Citrollna:
during the this C Feigert. who will\ be- Starke. The students who are I Gainesville On business. Monday' children Dunncllon, Lillian Williamson !- You arc rnijulr* to 18,000 year. The physical aspect, however llml 19M, In the above
Ired j gin revival services at the Long home from college will be honored :. Mrs. E. J. Lewis Iva Mae Lewis Welborn Mrs Lettle Parker named Court and rnu. "., wherein Dead/Crippled, & Worth.

Inmunicants have In Episcopal Increased seems Florida's to expanding be a secondary church one econ In Bridge Christian Church this Sun I at the 11 o'clock church service I and Allen Lewis were In Gaines. Tampa, Mr. and Mrs W A. plaintiff:: I T.r l:ur.ka l'hd"hull*publish. Bradfordt'nunty thin less Cattle Horses!!, Mules

rhea of Florida day started his career as a school I Sunday morning which is held In ville shopping Monday afternoon. Saxon and son, Cedar Key Mr..and Order In next four weekly iniuaii.YVItnenN .
cent since It's a spiritual awakeningthat 'I inv hand and offlolal neat & (Hog .
timated 18 per omy. teacher. He then spent a number the Starke Woman's Club. The Mr. and Mrs II. A. Coleman olGainesville Mrs. Archie Rlland. Milton Eiland *t 8tark. PlorM, thin L>"uvmb !
Id War It will keep It going, clergymen of years In retail merchandising.served I Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will! visited relatives here Homos8""". Mr. and Mrs. Arnold lath 1960. Call 132 StarkeWE
( A. J ,
the, Florida Methodist Cone believe. as a director of a tire and preach on the following subject Sunday. Haddock, Miss Madge/ Gay Bill UFl''ll'IALAs CI rk of .Thnm"1

value of churches totals rubber manufacturing company. "Challenge at Mid-Century" and L. L. Parker was visiting; In Pa. West, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs Martin Hv haven J Pearl.("ro."813". Deputy Consolidated Clerk ALWAYS COME I

s than $16.800,000 today up CHURCH QF JESUS CHRISTOP and spent 18 years in the daily i several of the local Methodist students latka Thursday. D. V. Underwood and daughter, elide ..litrknonvlll, Florida Florida Renderers
9120,328$ five years ago LATTER DAY SAINTS newspaper field.A I will participate in the ser We are very sorry of the deathof Mr. and Mrs. James Barwick, Ally*. for J'lf.. Uilia 4t 1'ISIn '! ,

bfnhlp during that time Inltd Services each Sunday In USO at I Bible teacher and conference vice. T. S. Mann on Tuesday December Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dur rlrrait ..ur.dlard County. INC. I

49,00, to an estimated Temple & Tenth Sts. Sunday I speaker he has appeared on radio. Sunday evening at ft p. m., the 12.Ve extend our deepest ban and family Lawtey and VV C. 'I Dorothy S'l.rldai Butler In fcnnerr.Ueorg-t. Plaintiff v.. .
School 10 a. m. Sacrament Ser- conference churchesof In to the bereaved.
platforms (in S C. S. will give a supper sympathy family.
e Presbyterians have 222 vice 6:30: p. m. Public cordially all denominations and before the educational building In honor Mrs. T. S. \Mann Mrs. Susie Cari -- -

lea In the State now com Invited. colleges civic organizations and Industrial I of the college students, high school i ter, Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman r ; ,

'" groups throughout Amer- seniors and their: parents. I\1I'S. J.M. 'Mr. and Mrs. Rastus Mann, of New Year'sEve e' Watch Night

ica and Canada.He 1 Hembree, student secretary for Brooker, Mrs. John Shaw and son

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor served as president of Ohio the W. S. C S. Is In charge of arrangements I Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw

Gideons for nine years and was I for the Aupper.I of La Crosse were dinner guest of

RST BAPTIST' CHURCH Starke chairman of the national p-ojects I Following student supper the I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Sunday L- = Services

committee of this organization In i Senior and Intermediate\ MethodIst Mrs. Reita Brown of High :

, & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town charge of distribution of Testa- Youth Fellowships will meet! 'Springs visited Mr. and Mrs L

Jefferson ments to members of the armed at 8 p. m. and will have, as their i A. Mott and children Sunday.
PHONES: : Office 234 Pastorium 130 forces Inorld War II. He Is Felowshlp Hour from 9 to 10:30: p. j Mr. and Mrs. M. L. VIckery of *

currently the national president of m. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mra .
SUNDAY SERMONS -11 :00 A.M., 7:30 P.M. the Laymen's Evangelistic Asso- 10:30 Earl Green and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ,...-
Beginning at : p. m. members _
School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M. ciation. He Is a layman and pre. and friends of the church I Edwards Saturday afternoon _____
Bandar
WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. sents the Gospel In the languageof will Join together In a Watch. Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Connely of 4y.-wS r' r'rt ____ SS
MID-WEEK SERVICE I _
Sowell _
I a layman. aft..rmidnight Ocala visited Mrs. Mattie __
Night Service closing shortly _
The public Is cordially Invitedto I the beginning of !the new and Miss Mary Mott Sunday & ____
"Let's Look Ahead" I Mrs. Mott in Gainesville 'Il __
11 A.M.: attend these services at the year. The public is cordially Invit L. A. was ,..4, ii _____

7:30: P.M.: "Let's Look Back"A Long 7:30: Bridge o'clock.Church each eveningat ed the to services attend at this the service First Methodist and el! I: Mr.shopping and Mrs Monday John Freeman and _

Mrs. T. S. Mann were In Gaines
I Church of Starke.
Friendly Invitation From A At The Tabernacle ville shopping Monday.
I
Mrs. J. P. Baxter will spend the

Friendly Church Is Extended _To All The background for the observance -I .\IIU'RKPTI4T: CHURCH Christmas holidays with her parents 'EVANGELIST _
I Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewisof
of the Christmas season at Sunday School, 9:45: A. M
the Tabernacle was a large litho I I[ Morning Worship, 11 A. M. Jacksonville.Mr. "' John L. Bray

.. graphed manger scene. 7 feet by EveningService: 7:30: P. M. and Mrs. Leslie Green were a a

194 feet showing the Holy Familyand Prayer Meeting every Thursday in Gainesville. shopping SaturdayHAMPTON SPEAKERSunday

LONG BRIDGE REVIVAL the adoring Shepherds. The evening 7:30: o'clock .

program consisted of Christmas -L. G. Hemingway, Pastor

TWO GLORIOUS,, WEEKS carols songs, recitations and gifts !
ClIItlsTI.I'ROGlL.UI:
by the young people Saturday
night. On Monday night a sacred I The Bay ss Highway Baptist lly Mr. M. O. Sweeney
Starting 10 Mi. Route Cantata was presented by the older Church will present Its ChristmAs { Night

Sunday ones of the group In which the program Friday night. December ladles' Council I
7:30 West Nativity was vividly portrayed In 22 at 7:30: o'clock. The public li The Christmas meeting of the
Dec. 31st'Rev.
:
100Evangelist a descriptive reading Interspersedwith I invited Ladles Council was held In the

P.M. of Starke Interpretative music, solos, I Christian Church on Wednesday Lewis Haines
duets and choruses. I CHURCH OF GOD afternoon of last week, with Mrs Rev. Bob GrayORGANIST
Out-of- town attendance Monday 8th & St. Clair Sts. Fred Dodd In charge of the pro SONG 'LEADER 9 O'CI ac k 'T I ll

evening Included visitors from Sunday School 10 a.m. gram the topic was "Born Today,"
Palatka Ormond and Park-of-the- Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m After tha business and devotional
Sunday Evening Service 7:39 p.mY.
Palms period a social half hour wa enjoyed
1- :. etP IL < The Tuesday evening Bible P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m Mrs. Dodd and Mrs. M. C

Study Hour was presided over by I Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Sweeney received awards for perfect First Baptist ChurchSTARKE

Leonard Noegel who had prepareda I 1 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th yearly attendance. An exchange

splendid program and was assisted st. and Temple Ave. of Christmas gifts followed

by others of the youth group. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn. with light refreshments being served

The coming of Dr. John McNetll\ ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangel! at the close of the meeting,

-the Inimitable Scotsmanthelatter tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Picture Shown I
I I
part of January, Is 'being anticipated I 1 welcome. The Christmas Story In slide
Yes Sir! The best for
with much Interest. pictures, waa presented at the very Christian young

I Church Of Christ Christian Church last Thursday people. Come and bring a group of young
.
Christian ChurchThe Corner 10th anti McMahon: Carols evening were by sung Rev by Fred the congrega 8. Dodd. people from your church! Everyone wet'

Christian churches of Brad- I Bible School-10 A. }C.i tlon. come.

ford and Union counties will con- i Preaching-11 A. I M. and 7:30: Siiirluy School" Party

vene with the First Christian P. M. Mrs. Richard May and her Sun- Just A Glimpse of the Program : a

church at Starke Fla.. Dec. 31, i Prayer Meeting and Bible Study day School Class of Intermediategirls

for an all day Convention begin- each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. enlertamed Emory Brown' Evangelist John L. Dray main speaker} will

ing with Bible School at 10 a. m., Everyone welcome. class of Intermediate boys on Fri- 4: challenge your heart. Just back from the Ba

with CV, Colson as superintendent i I day evening at the home of Mrs hama Islands with thrilling w8 for Christians.
possibleto May. Games were played and
We urge everyone
gifts exchanged. Open faced
attend. wonderful BROOKER sandwiches, cookies and hot choc- kK Rev. Lewis! Haines" Finrt Baptist Church pastor .
There are some will conduct three
served. : great Singspiration Per-
on the program for the Bv Iva Ma I.e uiei late were
speakers 10
day. i I i Home lasagne" Party <1:4.:

m. Walter Mansel will (Held ever froma.ott\ \.k! ) I Mr. and Mrs. Preston Durden entertained
11 a.
the message with Special I forty-flve guests at a 4: Hampton GoHpelaires, five men with a real message
bring \1"111'''''nI I Christmas party In their home at in song.
at this hour. ,
music I, Miss Mildred Mann and Roy the Salvation Army Camp on Fri

A.. C. FEIGERT 12:00: a. m. The Lord's Supper.Basket I Green both of Brooker were married day evening. A delicious supperwas Choirs In Song: Full choirs In song from: First
Noon Old Fashioned I Monday. December 12. Judge served, after appropriatesongs "
7' ,Baptist Church : Hal ford
President of The Fishers of Men dinner. Bring your basket and I McDonald of Gainesville, perform- and a Flannel-graph story of Kaiford Baptist Church.young people's choir

Join us In this fine fellowship. I ed the ceremony. by Mrs. Hippie of Park-oftheI'alms

2:00: P. M. Another session of The bride Is the" daughter of :Mrs.! Gifts were exchanged.
Probable List reference will open with Song I and the late Mr. Mann Maxville Harmony singers: Mixed sextet with
of Subjects (clip for ) the convention the Church.We T S. Mann Recent Youth! rallys at Lake ,..... guitar accompaniment, singing the old
of
service and Roll Call The groom Is the son of the late songs
unday, Dec. 31.-"God's .Church" representedthe Swan have presented Interesting you love to hear.
Last Word to the had six churches !Mr. and Mrs. A. I* Green.
speakers such. as Floyd Ankelburg
how
Let us see
j day> Jjn.? 1 Father and Son night. A reward last time.have this time. This,I Due to !the death of her grand- Chicago pastor lately returned Trombone Duets and Solos: .Youth the '
vt III be the most many we can and from a y F. C. Tour of Europe. 3 on
!given to the father bringing at this hour will be; father Mrs. Everett Gainey march with thrilling numbers will
enjoy.
sons and grandsons. message William Minshew of:'baby son spent last week with her. The Colleen Townsend film. "Lordof you
brought by Mr. and. Mrs. W, C Gar. All was shown last week with
F"N-. Jan 2 Lake Butler Fla. I parents. Girls: Quartet : 4 ladies who
A
Mother and Daughter night. reward ner, of Dallas N.C. scene from Kings College New. young will thrill
will be given to the mother bringing the 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Rev. and Mrs Donald Martin and I castle Del.Friends -r' your heart with Gospel Melodies.

most daughters and granddaughters. 7-30: p. m Mr. and Mrs. Donald I son Donnie of Newberry and Rev. I of Mrs. Ethel Stone La. f

ltd' Fream of Moore Haven Fla. presenting : and Mrs. Earl Wllllf and children Chance will be Interested to hear Johnstown Singers: From Johnstown' Baptist
Jan. :3 I Bible night. A reward will be givent the work of Jamacla. They of Santa Fe, were Thursday night of her manage on December 13 to Church, these girls will ring for you.

>> the person bringing the oldest Bible. To- are sailing as Missionaries soon supper guests of Mr. and Mrs I Curtis Holmes of Duane N. Y. She -r'
I
: 'The Second Biggest Fool in Long night for the Islandof nelce of R. Kolch, Sr. of
PI PIe( I d after Sunday I Lloyd Barry.G. Is the L. Edward Saxon Baritone, you'll never forget
ge. Jamacla.We C. Barry of Archer visited his I Hampton.Ira his solos. Don't miss this.
use', Jan. 4 Third are looking forward to this brother and aister-ln-lawr Mr. andlors. Lester was taken seriously -r'
: "The
Family night Tonic:
the greatest Conventionof \ O. W. Barry last week. and rushed to the
being ill last Friday
this
Biggest' Williams
Fool In Long Bridge. the year. Plan to stay for Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thoma Alachua County Hoiptlal Gaines I Hetty pianist: Raiford Baptist Church
Fri +
will be the
accompanist for
on Singspiration Time.
Jacksonville
Jan. 5 Youth night. Topic: "The Fourth every session. and sons were In ville. where several blood transfusion
,Biggest' Fool ". business Friday. were given him. He Is still
In Long Bridge. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and a patient there at this time. Organ Numbers by Bob Cray pastor of First I

No St. daughter, Mar&ie Fay were guests .4( Baptist Church Hampton.
IL.11c.rSunday Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
| SERVICE SATURDAY, NIGHT B. E. Simmons. B. of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas Adams aged resident of Hampton

AH December 31. and sons Saturday. Lake were held at Santa Fe cemetery Coffee and Cake: Free to all who come. 'Serv-
Services Begin at 7:30: P.M. 9-45: a. m. Church School ),11'. and Mrs.spent Alex last WUUams weekend of on Saturday afternoon. She I I II -us: ed during the mid-night fellowship hour.

nuriery Jacksonville died Jacksonville hosplal on
for all ages in a
e heiLst I week's Telegraph for the schedule Classes through Junior high. I with her parents Mr and Mrs. I Wednesday Dee. 20 having been

week of services. I prayer and I Daev Green. I admitted there for a broken limb
m.Morning
11 a In The
.sermon. by Mack Futch. lay reader. Mr. and Mrs.last N. weekend C. Mott had their atheir a few days previously.Mrs. "Rejoice Lord And Be Glad"

EVERYONE WELCOME f l The church U open daily for I children.guests Mr, and ),r..Jack. Sim J. C Wynn was an over.
meditation
(prayer and


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THIS COUPON TO VOTEIN


COURTESY CONTEST


Sponsored by Starke. Rotary Club

_, I The Time F Decision
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I Starke Have A Factory Payroll?
Clip thin coupon out and mall or bring It,to T. II. Blade, Blade The Decision: Will
', Graham Alvarez Store) or E. L. Matthew, Bradford -'
(la* t' ; \\ II. . .
County Trlegraph. .
.

LATE mid-morning ,and afternoon tea Who Will Make This Decision?
TOO
Have Faith, all movements of men,

TO CLASSIFY . move with. tho titanic speed of out
times,
By niiHtM-I Kay .' .Conquests of today will last ,

wit but hours, compared to years I Ir
As we approach a new year
the outlook dark and hope ot I the past.
it becomes la a for de '. !-;
world peace a distant one Conquest synonym :!t .
more difficult to retain teat I.
faith and fawj., the future with ""They that take the sword, shall '
I y1
courage.It perish with the sword.'
is a time when we shoul Have Faith, a thousand yean III! "
pause and reflect. Casting: about shall become a day."
to find words of encouragementcame J -Dr. Brown LandoneThe
document of profound .
upon a .
amazing thing Is' that the .
faith written In the darkest houi .
of World War II by the late Di, abovewas' written In early 1942 .< .,, '. ? ,t' .
Work
Brown Landone of Winter Part, the darkest hour of the last
Hitler Musollln
founder of the Landone Founds War. Where are ,
and Hirohlto today What I ol
tlon their conquests Is there less oc .
It is entitled, "Have Faith, Cor caslon for faith today than then?!
quests Are Defeats. As you read
U, think back to thadark hours of
Jas. W. Lee
Pvt.
Dunkirk, Pearl Harbor and Ba

taan. At Air Force Base Everything has been done that can shares in the corporation to stockfactory for Starke, but.. ." Everybe

Slovakia"Yen, Austria subdued,Is Poland taken,conquer Czech In WyomingPvt. done to bring a factory to Starke holders. Forward-looking business individual must realize his respon-

James W. Lee, grandson of short of actually raising the money men have already paid $10,000 insibility in this matter and be prepared
ed.Norway
Belgutm Is overrun occupied, France, Holland enslav and Mrs J. M. Rosier of Lawtey, U to construct the factory building. to the corporation, representing to invest his pro rata share

ed. presently an Air trainingas Force i] the sale of 100 shares of stock. in the corporation, even if it means

Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria under technlcan at thJ actual sacrifice.
the heel.Yugnllavla. AF Technical)r The project has met with unanimous -
'
qulshed. and Greece van Air School Force at Warren Base In', pr approval. Everyone agrees But it is going; to take much more

Manchuria hobbled and Easter Wyoming. that a factory payroll is one of the effort and much more money than Never before has Starke and Bradford ,

China made Impotent. At this historic r County had such an opportune
things that Starke needs for continued -
Bataan and Corregldor are 'tak. former, cavalry that if our factory here is' to be-
en and the Fhllliplnes under th. post outsideCheyennethe growth and prosperity. It is come a reality. It is estimated that ity to obtain a factory payroll. If

foot of the oriental conqueror.: Air what 'we have been working and we muff this chance we might as
Indo-Chlna. Malay States, Hong Force Is train- the building, complete with re- "
,Kong, Borneo, Singapore, Sumatra ing young airmen] planning: toward for .noBut it quired sprinkler system, will cost well "give up the ghost, quit try

Java, Burma and a thousand many specialties! will take more than mere of in the neighborhood of $60,000.Ing and sit back and wait another
tales are vanquished. needed for air power in the new
Western Russia enslaved, Sevastopol defense program.Entertain approval to make this ,dream a There is ,reason to believe that e. hundred years for someone to

gone, Egypt lost! It will take cold, hard cash come along and discover us. Nothing -
Yet we have faithConque.Iare reality. ? good part of this money can be
always defeats. It )la not the ChildrenSanta to build a factory building. borrowed, but at least half of it worthwhile was ever had without

ory but, fact. Not.phllosphy, buhistory. Claus wore a sailor sull should be raised locally by the pur- paying! for it, and if we are ever

There have been far greater when Beryl D. Casey fire control toward to obtain a factory here we must
jWe have gone a long way chase of shares in the corporation
conquests In the past-than all man 3-c, and other crew member do like other towns and contribute
,
this dream true. We and others who
those of Hitler and Hirohlto. And of the heavy cruiser USS Columbus making come by business men
ALL conquests of the past have entertained a group of children have a ,manufacturer who wants to stand to profit from the payroll our share of time, effort and mon

quickly cracked, come to naught, In Plymouth England, on Starke. He likes the town that of this kind will ey.
ended In defeat. The history ,ot Christmas Day. The Navy men come to a factory release -
conquests Is In the history of de arranged fpr the children, all from and thinks it would be an ideal location in the community every .

feats. Almost 4,000 years before needy families and many war orphans for a branch of his North week. Printed below is the list of business
Christ, the Chaldean Empire conquered ,to go abroad the Columbus
peoples and spread its power for a typical American Yuletide Carolina work clothes factory. It and professional men who have already -

from the Isles of Greece to Ute celebration Including a turkey din is old established firm making demonstrated their faith and .
West, over Suss/ and to India,on ner with all the trimmings. an ,
the Bust; from the Black Sea'on a popular and well-advertised line The decision now rests with interest in the future of Starke by

the North'to the Gulf of It Suez did and not CATHOLIC CHURCH of work clothes. It has an excellent Y-O-U. It is not a deal that can putting "cash on the barrel head"
Persia the South. Mass 0:13
on Sunday a.m.
last.Then Susday School 11 a.m. credit rating and a rapidly expanding be swung by 15 or 20 public spirit- for shares in the corporation. With.

1800 years later, the Ela and Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m. market in Florida. ed citizens. It is going to take the out YOUR cooperation their faith

spread mltlc over Empire half conquered the same area.I day Ulble Study Is every Wcdnes wholehearted cooperation of virtu- and efforts will have been in vain.

IT PASSED AT NIGHT. business and professionPlease give this matter seri-
: ally your
Bradford
I the every
The first great Egyptian Empire 1\llqlPO&NI.h paper, Ink stencils A local corporation,
600 years later, started It I I correction' fluid, styll. Bradford County Development Enterprises, al man in town if it is to be put a- ous consideration and be pre pared

conquest to conquer mld-Afrlci' I County Telegraph. Inc. has been organized and chartcross.. It can't be' done with remarks to do your fair share; when called
on the West to beyond Babylon or
the East and it began to dlslnte W.C.T.U. ered and is now in position to issue likeSure, l'm-in favor of a upon.
grate. The Second Egyptian Em I
pore began Us decline even a. II "ALCOHOL IV LARGE DOSES
launched out to conquer oUter IS A RAPID AND DEADLY
people. POISON AND IN SMALL DOSES I
So also the Hittite Empire!: 12CK A SLOW BUT SURE POISON." .
years before Christ, covering most (DK. J. J. RIDGE OF LONDON C
of the Western half of the ok TEMPERANCE HOSPITAL.) .
Chaldean Empire, held sway lea SIGNAL PRESS EVA.NSTON w 'i KeiIy' 1
than 100, years. ILLINOIS.CLASSIFIED. Irvin Robbins T. H. Slade J. F. Jaudon ; R.

The great empires of the Medei .
.
and Babylonians and Lydia and .,1 ., .. :.
Persia covering most of the then -
known western world, all of them W. H. Graham W. E. Dowling E. J. Dahmer Denver R. De wick :
combined, held dominance for only .l
89 \ I,
Next years.200 years later, the empire ..
of the greatest pre-Chrlatlan times, E. L. Matthews '.' .... Charley E. Johns -

that of Alexander the Great, held All RADIO Make! .REPtlKRUt-_All Mm+. .. z; Harmon P. Morgan. Carl Johns
three after the R..I. lime. a'.raaeNl'H\a. I v
together only years. C-,. .HPlPHIIRn
conquest.And (,''..pt A ....1.... Stark' (Pk S3*) ', 1.1>; '
the great Roman Empire, F. F. Stump George Kopelousos .
WANTBbt! -bedroom houi, un ". ; s.
reaching from England and Spalr furnished. In town. Permanent "
end from mid-Germany tc tenant. Mutt be reaionabl, : R. C. DampierGeorge Anthony CermenaroJ.
India ,
to Ruth Johnnon, Uran.* Park, Fla. .; \ .- .. .
Egypt began to fall apart tip UI3tFOR
upper as soon as Us conquests ended. ?l Volley F. Starling -
ALB: 10 Red pullet n.arlr A. J. Thomas :
Conquests never last. 3 mo. old '1.16 .a. Also Will/.. .
Even In later days. 1200 yeah Will trade homemade tractor.. for : : ':' Y H. J. R. Kite i
what h..... 'ou.-T. U. Cn y, Rt. :sm1 j Vampfy I
the conquests of ritarke U
after Christ 1. eon 54-H '
Khun-from China over "'3 ''A J. R. WainwrightRobert ,
Ghengls WANTED TO RENT: I bedroom unfurnished Guy Andrews : ..
all the mighty power of their hordes noun* In or n.ar town. ,toot
Permanent. I'hone 4. E. C. W'IIllnm. \- 4
Huns, their rul. t
of conquering .. tt
over China lasted only BO days I Charles C.Shepherd Fred LeonhardS.
Whit. .
And that was In days when WANTED color.IMMEDIATELY housekeeper. Mu: .t b. ." G. Green
or
E. Simmons ; \
S. ;
things moved slowly, at a snall'i kind cook.: patient A.nui'e, duties neat, at and.*a'. food Hut- C : I
puce compared to our speeds of l.r.' Writ box 115, Lake Butler.i .

today. _tiP : D. S. Siceloff Jr. A. Knight
.
Have faith. We admit the pow FOR SALE OR RENT to rl.ht par G. Denmark C. G. Barksdale ,
S.
ty. S-rtn. houee. unfurnlihed. In .... '
of art .
era of the conquerors today &rood location In .W.Ido.t. B. ,
mighty and their conquests great. Alexander Waldn Fla U 1.1.frI'lt
BUT, each conqueror Is a failure,, OOOD OPENING In Rut Alaehua "lire i.t i.
and the greater the conqueror, the County tor RawlelBh Income.Dealer.Cary _. ... f, '. ill. ..
year-round
the failure. Each conquest Stead Mlddleaa-ed man pre y I :. 'I. a1, .
greater n.e.m.arf.rr.d. t .. t "
defeat. It cracks and cracks RawlelBh: Produeta (oldh.r \ ,_ ..:;../'! ... '1 I;"}. ...
la a Writ at once.Klvlna '
quicklY. and the greater the con over- a.*at and year FAt-W-tU.e.prln' -.. B.Box wI ,f:. 'I: ',. ,t.. ".. ,... ..,... .hI'' "..... : '
sooner It ends In defeat,, I I.h'." Dept. >it "' -
the
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quest 1487 D* Solo Station. CONTRIBUTED BY THE TELEGRAPH AS A PUBLIC'SERVICE
In accord with the rate ol I. T..nn "I' (THIS SPACE )

movement of its age. Ninety yean R\Rnuve I".TCRD RAn6e..,
of control 6OO years ago U but an M'I.-PHO. 0..1> JKAPH'. *
Po/l'r\a1.ice.
hour today. CII4.HI.K* O. ..IIEPII.HDC..rt : .
Only a generation ago, It took 41: Madl.e.St..tarkeovIYQ -, .. .- '
eight days by ship to Journey from TIAUI.INO of any kind. .
. '
Today ? '
London to Washington. II. Bill Jackeun. 49.W. TranI; i
between fr Cu.. Ph. IU or
Churchill files the distance C i


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