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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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aurolite, By-Producl Of Mine Here, LUKE'S VERSION OF THE: NATIVITYSTILL Commissioners Football Almost Council Forbids i



i 11 l Be Used At New Cement Plant THE GREATEST. Discuss Problems Pays'On the Its financial Way aide the BHS Servicing Cars ?'


for a heretofore valueless personnel at the mine here, Wel OfRights-of-Way Tornado football season wound up On Sidewalks ,
use STORY $90.17 short of
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\ making expenses
product of the Hmenlte-zlrcon chel said. Around 250 are A i
;jnjant of Starke was announcedweek ployed by Humphreys nowem'l $ according to. an announcement
I TOLD
by E. C, Welchel super- poratlon, which Is EVER The Board of County Commissioners yesterday by the school athletic An ordinance prohibiting the '

ndent.laurolit. ilmenite mining operation for E. 1.1 met In a special session department. the servicing of motor vehicles upon -

*, an Iron-aluminum duPont de Nemours sir Co. last Saturday morning for the Expenditures totaling $3,92185' the sidewalks or sidewalk

ate found In the tailings from It Is understood that the cement purpose of considering and passing were Itemized follows: areas of the City of Starke WM
dry mill, will be used plant Is Interested In the stauro- ,
he Ilmenite Lehigh Portland Cement llte because of Its aluminum con upon all business relating to the Supplies\ andEquipment passed at the regular meeting; of

:pany's new plant now under tent.The acquisition of road rights of wayIn ? ..' ...__ 11,827.68 the City Council Tuesday night.
ilruction at Flagler Beach tailings from the dry mill Bradford County. Guarantees .., .._ ......' 55000' The ordinance states that such
r Eunnell. have l been stockpiled ever since Robert O. Green, owner of New Taxes on gate ___.....__ 30604 use of sidewalk areas by service
Ir. Welchel said that the fur- the llmenlte plant went Into Method Cleaners, advised the Meals (out of town) 325.00' stations "has
refining of the dry mill tall- tion here more than two opera.j Board that contractor Ben F. Hall, Officials .. .. ,........ -f-- 282.80 forced pedestrian
separate,r the staurollte will Mr. Welchel stated This -- In making his. bid to replace the Transportation __ 21600 traffic upon the street areas and \
,late the Installation of ad- done because of the po The greatest news story ever following prosaic paragraphs and hall be to all people." I cement parking area at his place? Insurance .. __ __ 18150Mlso. made the use by pedestrians of
mal! equipment In the dry mill that uses would be developed for' told was written by a man named note how all the beauty of Luke' "For unto you Is born this day! of business on Temple Avenue Expend. ____ -- 13803 the sidewalks and sidewalk area
It wig! require several-months other minerals found In the ore Luke some 30 years after the deathof account Is lost: In the city of David a Savior, (U, S. 301)) had omitted figuring Receipts totaling $3,822.08 were hazardous".
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obtain and Install. these new now being mined east of Starke. Jesus of Nazareth. It Is the ,. which Is Christ. .the. Lord. certain paving that Mr. Green had Itemised as follows: "
retort actual shipment of llmenlte ia used by the duPont sfory of the Nativity. BETHLEHEM, JUDEA, Jesus installed at his own expense The Gate Receipts .. .. $2,973.116 --the servicing of any motor
of Christ, first-born son of Mary Here again the story, as told by contractor mistakenly presumed, vehicle parked or being
,irohte to the new cement plant company In the manufacture Luke was primarily a physician Guarantees ____ 450.00/ wholly or
the wife of Joseph a ,carpenter of Luke, would lose much of Its simple that the City had Installed such partly upon the sidewalk or the
probably not begin until white pigments for productionof not a writer but he told In simple Sales of Cokes ., ..,.. 21854"
which Is also Nazareth was born In an Inn stable beauty If translated Into paving and would restore It. sidewalk area of the City of i
and July, the superintendent paint. Zircon 300 words I Insurance ____.... 148.50
language using only a
This new operation might obtained at the mine here, la used here today and I I. resting In a present-day newspaper. style: Mr. Green stated that ho was Sales of supplies .. 32.08 Starke Is hereby prohibited and de-
,hate a small Increase In In ceramics. story that each succeeding generation crib Improvised from a manger. willing to give a deed to the required dared to be unlawful," the ordinance ;
has recognized as one of the Joseph and Mary 'Were In Bethlehem BETHt.EHEM--Some shepherds, right of way for widening states. A fine not to ex ..,\
most beautiful ever told. Even the City of David to register keeping watch over their flocksIn Temple Avenue without compensa- Elks To Head Up C'eed'1/10/ or Imprisonment for not
H IS; A And B Squads Will Meet. the most expert of our modern for a new tax proclaimed by a field on the outskirts of this lon for his land, but desired the { more then 30 days I I. provided forviolateta t
Caesar Augustus. Since Joseph city, were frightened as an angel full amount of paved parking; area I
tellers could have Improved
not -
nbeaten Callahan Here Tonight story on the way Luke tol4 it: belonged to the house and family of the Lord appeared stating thata restored. Xmas BasketsCharity : The i Council also passed am ;
of David, It was necessary for him Savior had been' born In the County Attorney H. V. Knight ordinance fixing the salary of the
might, (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock t "And It came to piss In those to come here from Nazareth. City of David. stated that he had talked with Mr. City Clerk at $300 per month. g
A and B boys teams of Brad- : Christmas PageantAt days that there went out a decree where he lives. Because the Inn Suddenly there appeared with the. lull who had confirmed the mat- being one ofthe* fore- The salary for this position had 'i
Callahan In the I ; crowded with the which angel, a throng of heavenly I previously been
l High play from CaesarnAugustus, that all the was throng army lets reported by Mr. Green The most principal of the B. P. O.j $260 per month. j
ory here for the last basket-I Methodist Church world should be taxed. came to thin city for the registration praising. God and saying, "Gloryto original bid for the job was $525.: Elks everywhere, Exulted Ruler ,. A third ordinance passed Tuesday

game until Jan 8. Callahan I Friday Evening. also from Joseph and Mary were forcedto God In Heaven, and on Earth, and the additional paving would J. D, Doyle of the Starke Lodge night fixed the salary of the
defeated In seven" starts "And Joseph went up take shelter In the stable peace gooct, will, to men." Increase thn'expense' to a total of Chief of Police at $6O per week. }
I has the committeewho
I Galilee, of the of appointed same
M BUS girls and A-squa4 boys The Christmas musical pageant, out city .Nazareth 't 4) 54,55 1713. Mr. Green" request appearIng rendered outstanding "ervlc" By a unanimous vote, the salary d
,tin seeking their first victory "The Chrtsmas Story", will be pre'ented Into which Judea is ,called unto the Bethlehem city of David:'' (because -, :. Luke. .travejed) a" great ? ..5'.t.uk., wa,, are told died In reasonablethe. Board' agreed- last' ..hrlatmn In tM dtatrtlutluni o( Mn', Carolyn! uKedgraye', assistant
uh lost close game last Frlinljjht : he'wali" i among .the rdchtindthe, pour] Blthyifta, hA'a'\ '" Minor at the \fl allow the I increased amount as of holiday baskets. The committee to the City Clerk, wee
-to Ft. McCoy.. The) ; In th' FirstMethodist of the1 house1' And a friend and aide to Paul. Oftenhe age of 74, but before h 'dled"he compensation; for the restoration raised to $45 per" week.
David. will!! b headed by Past Kuler
lost 69-66, and the boys 29-j Church of Starke on Frlday"'evefl.lng lineage of ) preached or wrote report of put Into deathless prose' the won- of the paved parking area, with Charley C.: Johns, as general All of the ordinances were passed
Both games were nip and tuck, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. The pageantwill "To be t taxed! with Mary his what he had learned and he shared derful story -of the nativity, and the understanding that the primary chairman, and Phil P. Vltsky, under waiver of the rules, permitting
it t through to the finish. Mary be presented by' the childrenof espoused wife, being great with with Paul the eatatlc vision of a no writer, down through the centuries contract therefor be made to lodge treasurer will head the three readings and final
StrlckI child. And so It was that, while Savior glorified on earth. He has been able to
n c.s Hazen and Phyllis Methodist Church School Improve Mr. Green, and upon Mr.. Hall's Basket Committee with the assistance passage
I icored 30 points each for the I II the Nel- they were there, the days were accomplished wrote: upon the way he told it waiving his' rights"': undr *life of other members of the A representative of the Florida-
I girls, while Jean Priest, with| under the direction of Mrs thai| she should be delve "And there were In the same 55S original contract. This was done order and friend Georgia Tractor Co. appeared In
was high for Ft. McCoy. son Green. Furnishing the music red." country shepherds abiding< In the "And this shall be a sign unto so that the matter could be finally In order to avoid duplication In' reference to the city garbage truck
ahead, will be the Methodist "And she brought forth her firstborn you: Ye shall find the babe and body,
he i
Bradford boys pulled for the pageant field, keeping watch over their wrap I Itaposed of at once, without further the: delivery of the baskets, the explaining the Council
Ft McCoy with two minutes Junior Choir, directed by Mrs. son, and wrapped him in ped In swaddling clothes, lying In a possibility of misunderstanding Elks will meet with members of the advantages of a new body
',m; time left, but could not J. R. Wainwrlght with Mrs Uoyd swaddling clothes, and laid him flock by night, 'And, lo, the angelof manger between the owner and con- the: Ministerial" Alliance Civic over the old one. After discussion -
their 4-polnt lead when Fred Green as accompanist.At In the manger: because there was the Lord came upon them, and "And suddenly there was with tract,.... Clubs, and other charitable organ.Izatlons the Council decided to put n
way and Arthur Winkler fouled I the close of the pageant gifts no room. for them In. the Inn." I the glory of' the Lord shone round the angel a multitude ofhe The County Attorney reported to discuss names and addresses new motor In the old truck. The

Paul Rivers with 11 points will be brought to the manger U. them; and they were sore afraid. heavenly host praising God, and to the Board that among those glv- of the really needy througha representative aauured I the Council
high scorer. scene, later to be taken'to the Some modernists have attemptedto I "And the angel said unto them, ear to ge ling the right of way on Temple cooperative\ plan to be arrangedat ( that the company would make
,mday night the A and B boys Florida Methodist Children's Home tell the story of the nativity as "Glory to God In the highest, .\v..... were W. A Beasent, Jr. and this meeting. the necessary replacements to the
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II played P. K. Yonge In at Enterprise. Following the It would be written In a present- fear not; for, behold, I bring you and on earth peace, good will toward Carl Johns; that this right of way Chairman Johns and Treasurer body, putting It In first class condition -
vllle The B team was pageant there will be a Christmastree day newspaper account. Read the good tidings of great joy, which men." I. was obtained by Mr. Shields, who Vltsky wish to announce that

,rtouH 34-20. while the A-squad\ party for everyone in the gave the owners to understand joining In this movement and most A proposal from Auditor George
losing 5335.: Winkler with Methodist recreational building. Mercury Dips that their business signs would worthy cause In everybody's privilege W. Dandelake for a monthly account
and Manning with 9 points Humphreys Enters Yule Volume Up be moved by the State. It has and those' desiring to lend a service was presented Un-
high scorers with 'the AJ. now been determined, Mr. Knight der this arrangement the
33-23 victory over To 26.5 hand with a gift of good< will bit auditor
Kenneth Conway led the dule with a Sidney SundayThe said, that the State cannot and welcome. Cash donations be would submit a monthly report of
may
High.
"Jad with 8 points. Melrose Junior his teammates with Cage TourneyHumphreys At Post OfficeWith will not move these signs, and thatIt left with Steve Simmons Bill all receipts and disbursements of
'each Ingram's Junior Highd Jackson led has been going O the sundry funds
mercury up will cost U8. to move Mr. Graham, George Kopelousos, Irvin of the City on or
> opened their season's sche- 18 points. and down like the elevator In a lissent's: sign, and $25: to move Robbins, or Charles Hardy at the before the 20th day of each month,
Gold will be an en- convention hotel this week.A the annual Christmas Mr. Jijfans', sign. The Board Instructed courthouse. Those who wish to at A total cost of $750: per year.
trant In Class A of the Lake cold out of rush building up to a climax at the Attorney to enter Into mall ciiwks. may semi them made He' explained that the additional
HOLIDAY CALENDARFKIKAV Shore Athletic Club Holiday wave sweeping the; Starke post office, a slight contract with the owners for payable to "Elks Christmas Fund", $200 represented the estimated
the West fortunately got side. Increase over last year's figureshas such respective Hums for removalof care P. O. Box 486. Stfrke, Fla. additional traveling expense and
21 Basketball Tournament which was tracked before Florida felt its full been noted In the number of their business. signs from the The public Is reminded that a time requh-ed. The Council
)) :('E\18ER: Florida. Theatre. Free scheduled to get under way Thurs force, but not before It sent the stamps sold and outgoing letters right of way. rift to charity Is dpductable from, unanimously accepted" the proposal
DM j A.M..Annual Kiddie Toy Matinee, day, Dec. 20, at .Lee High School mercury tumbling to a low of 26.5 handled for the month of December Mr. Knight stated that there Income tax.General. and Instructed the Clerk to notify
admission all children. In Jacksonville. Postmaster F.i'\ Stump re would be, from time to time, In Mr. Dandelake.
degrees at the official weather
Co.,
U J 130 P.M.-Chrlstmas Dinner, employees Big Dad Mfg ported. the final closing of the right of The Clerk was also Instructed'
In spite of losing their first gameto station here Sunday mornlng. Ridgeway
building Out-going letters for small matters of mlscelaneous to notify B. S. Johns
Methodist recreation of the below the first way a superin
In
spite freezing
500 P.M.-Goo"e Guessing Contest Winners announced of C. Towers Hardware In Jacksonville temperature Bradford County 18 days of December, 1950: totaled nature which might require Thanks RosenbergFor tendent" of the Light A Water

500 P.M. -Marriage of Miss Anlce Green to Harris Dittmar, last Saturday night by a lopsided Crops miraculously'escaped' damage 73190. Stamps sales totaled expenditures of small !sums Gift Pecans Plant, to put a sewer line Into the
220284. The number of clerk not since house of J, C. Hobbs .
First Baptist Church. I V 81.19 score Humphreys is due to'the fact that fairly high previously contemplated on Washington
130 P.M.--Basketball, BHS vs. Callahan\ Starke armory. expected to produce a creditable winds kept frost from forming. hours expended totaled 1,006 for Mr. Shields In obtaining the Sam Rosenberg doesn't believeIn St.
"The Nativity" Keystone Heights team after they've gotten together Tender green crops, of which there that period. original right of way, may have showing partiality. A letter was received from Mrs
Christmas play for a few practice sessions. Is a considerable acreage In the Figures for the same period made commitments which were Last Christmas He mailed a box F. F. Stump, in behalf of the
Baptist Church. Church. The veteran Ralph Begue, star Broqker section escaped damage,, thin year have reached 74,210 out I unknown to the county officials. of fine Bradford County pecans Woman's Club, thanking the City
'.30 P.M. -Christmas Tree First Presbyterian School.S.TtTRnY. center, will be the team's main- and the loss to strawberry bloom going letters handled and stamp' Therefore, the Board voted to'au- to General Douglas MacArthur In Council for the shrubbery given
100 P.M. -Christmas pageant Methodist Sunday stay. He played on the Cross City was negligible. The cold, of sales totaling 12.41593. Thisbusiness I thorlze the county to enter Into con Japan and got a nice I letter of for the City Park, and also for all
has been' done with tracts be executed by Chairman past favors.A .
DKCEMBER: 22 team that set a Florida interscholastic course slowed down the ripeningof 997 to thanks In reply.
clerk hours used. M. O. Harrell In Its after letter was received .
Lions Club at record ,of 58 straight fruit. behalf This year Supreme Commanders from Assistant
1.00 PM.-Turkey Shoot. Keystone Heights wins before tne war Monday morning the low mercury The addition of one former Post the prior approfM of Commissioner may have changed in the Far Cant, Fire Chief D. \V. Carpenter
Pangborn's. Forwards Jack Eaves and Walter reading was 35.1, and Tues Office' clerk la the only Increase in L. I;. Renfroe for such miscellaneous but Mr. Rosenberg's Christmas advising that he was unable to
';30 P:3.[. -Christmas Play Hellbronn Baptist Church. Frlck Center Frank Dryden day morning, as the cold wave the staff the postmaster said. small matters, no one spirit remained the same lie' make Tils report on new proposals
DKCF-MBEB: 2S and Guards Vie Free and Gerry was shunted aside, recorded only Borne of the Increase In sales Is of which .Is to exceed $50 In expenditure i lent a box of pecan. to General for the Fire Department, and
SUNDAY, McRae to Vernle Woner saw action against Towers. a comfortable; low of 46.5. due In part to the slight Increase and In their aggregate ',Mathew\ Rldgway stating that as soon as he had
100 PSf--Marriage of Miss Gwendolyn Church Begue was sidelined by illness Tuesday's warmth brought rain, In parcel post rates, he continued. -not to exceed $250. This week he received a letter received Information requested
Eugene Thornton Pine Level Baptist Methodist Humphreys lost! only, seven however, and a consequent dropIn County Attorney Knight presented from the General stating that: from other towns, slmlliar In size
130 P.M.-ChHstma. Cantata "The Nativity. First games last season. temperature. The Wednesdaylow Stricter EnforcementOf his bill for services In renegotiating 'Mrs.' Rldgway and I have receivedthe to Starke he would be in a position

Church. No home games have been was 40.&. with predictions of the additional right of excellent boxes of pecans which to submit his proposals.
'.30 I.-Evenlng, of Christmas Music First Baptist Starke. scheduled as yet. warmer tenlpe-ature for Thursdayand Highway RulesIs way of Temple Avenue, Includingthe you have so kindly sent us. The ,A. proposal wa received from
'30 P.M.-chrilltmas Program First Christian Church Starke. Friday. In ProspectThe drafting of all detailed con. pecans and jellies\ were delicious.I Cecil D. Fountain for placing
'1'30 P.M.-Candlelight Carol Sing, First Baptist Hampton. Goose Contest tracts for remodeling the buildIngs sincerely thank you for yourthoughtfulnesa advertising" posters on a device
Bradford County Sheriff's securing the execution" of that would be attached to parkIng .
and wish
Candlelight Service! Keystone Heights Baptist Winners Will Be I Rotarians Verse office reported this week that I deeds contracts, performancebonds Merry, Christmas and a you Happy avery meters. He" said that he would

Church, adult and youth choir. Named TodayThe : Gets Worse 'n' WorseStarke law enforcement on highways In I etc., together with affidavits New Year." pay the City 50 cents monthly
Christmas Play First Christian Church, Starke. this vicinity will be more strictly of attorneys that the bill was Mr. Rosenberg ao] sent similar rental on each parking meter
winners of the Goose GuessIng Rotatlan enjoyed their followed during the coming year.' a minimum reasonable fee for the gifts to the General's staff and used for advertising purposes.The .
MONDAY, DKCEMBER: S4 Contest, sponsored by the annual gift exchange and poetic This: notice came after a report services rendered. The bill for received a letter of appreciationfrom Clerk was Instructed to write
30 P.M.-Christmas Program. Gospel Tabernacle. Starke Chamber of Commerce, will field day o| the noon luncheon on a recent meeting of State Cabi- $2.5OO: was approved! by the Board. them.Carradine. Mr., Fountain requesting that when
1,30 P.M--Chrtatmu Program. Graham Baptist Church. t be announced Friday. Dec. 21, at Wednesday when the Chrlstmar net members with the director Commissioner J. T. Prevatt convenient the Council would like'
.1.30:' P,3i. : Service St. Mark's Episcopal Church. 3 p.m. In front of the court house,I I party was observed.As the highway patrol Col. H. N. then Introduced a resolution requesting Home for him to meet with the membersand
-'Udnlght Mrs, Marian Howe, executive usual the poetry, which each Kirk man. that the State Road Department demonstrate the attachmentsto
TIH'KSDAY. DECEMBER 27 secretary, said yesterday. member composed and presentedwith Kirkman said this year's fatalitytoll pay $2,500 to the County Sold In LawteyMr. be placed on the meter
'30 PM.-SI. John's Day, installation Masonic officers Masonic First prize will be $15754: in I his gift to some other member will probably exceed the num- Attorney a* an advance to Brad- The Council approved the giving
hall "" merchandise; second prize $210.53 ', was the hlghspot of the pro- ber that occureil last year and ford County, and that this sum be! and Mrs. 'Samuel R. Hicks of Christmas presents to all City-
Starke. In-merchandise; third prize $32.42 gram. The program was In there I. a definite need to "bear repaid by the County In accordance -, recently purchased the Carradine employee on the lame baa as-
WEDNESDAY:!' DKCEMBKH: : 28 In merchandise; and fourth prize charge of Francis Beard. assistedby down a little harder" on strengthening with the agreement of Nov. home In Lawtey and are now occupying last year.
I 100 P.MChrlstma., Pageant State Prison. Raiford. Public the goose arid cage, valued at $30.! Sheriff P. D. Reddish who law enforcement In the 25 1950 between the Board and It. Mr. Hicks I III a retired The Clerk'was Instructed to>
Invited "Anyone wishing to volunteer armed with a cap plated extractedone State. the State Road Department.It railroad man. Amount of the notify all persona owing the City
services to check tickets Thursday dollar fine from members The highway accident score reported v\as pointed out that It appears transaction was 10000. ': for mowing, bulldozler work or
MONDAY DECEMBER: 31 night after 7:30 pm. and early who showed up without a poem. through Tuesday P.M., to the Board that this mat As a part of the deal Mr. Hicks sidewalks that unless such bill are
30 P.M.-Dinner Dance Keystone Inn. Friday morning, please drop by The most epic poem was a dissertation December 18, listed 813 dead and ter la a necessary part <*? the ac- sold to Mr. Ca'rradlne hi* property, i paid wl tin a designated time a
1W P.M.-N.W Year' Eve Dance Junior Woman Club. USO. the Chamber of Commerce and upon "Tax.", composedby 13.143 Injured. These figure for qulstlon of the right of way, funds Including four acres" of land, on list of all names and amount due*
offer your assistance," Mrs Howe A. J. Thomas Sr. and dedicated -! the same date In 1950 were listedas for which are to be advanced by U. 8. 301 just south 'of Lawtey the City will be published In the
said. to Tom Slade. the same number killed with I continued to page eight for $3.300. l Bradford County Telegraph
only 11,387 Injured.



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"MERRY CHRISTMAS! 'Rhubard' Comedy

Bradford County? (telegraph And 'Distant Drums'

ANNUAL XMAS FOOD
ESTABLISHED 1879 [. U. MAl WS. OWN "-IDITOalvbllehed Coming To FloridaThe OUR SALE

Every Friday +' ftd Entered as Second hilarious story of a cat
CUn Matter at the Pont Office at Starlce. Fla. who Inherits $30,000,000 and a
r ball team will occupy
major league .
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the screen at the Florida Theatre *' "" 11'1111111//11I1///.
Member / 1951
this Sunday and Monday. ,
The Rhubard of the title Is a I "

f 1JIO For Six Months rough tough alley cat whose
Subscript $2.73 Annually spunk earns him the affection of
a millionaire baseball magnate.
Before the club owner dies, he will LOIJEr-

A Cure I I the fiery fellnehla entire fortune
Is
There
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and appoints., press agent, playedby .
Ray Mllland, as his guardian.How .

Perhaps In all world history there has never been a the cat hampers R y'. y svo.aalmI
Christmas when the future seemed more filled with doubtor romance with the leading lady,
when there was less prospect of peace on earth and good changes a third-rate ball club Into -

will among men. Yet mounting crisis in the world, like rising the a pennant central figure winner In, and the wildest servesas /"#/ -.

fever in disease, brings growing pressure upon men to ,find Is a
World Series ever, staged I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru
the cure, and Christmas ia an annual reminder that cure does % breezy comedy full of funny situations. lion I D
existr-a cure to all man's ills-available to any man at any I
ili 152: CALL ST. STARKE
FLA.
I time he makes up his mind to take it. ; As Its Christmas Day attraction -
The world is in the mess it's in today because men make : the Florida will present "Dis-
, up their minds to get along the best they can without this, tant Drums", the Floridamademovie
, Christmas remedy. And J the best they can is not good that Is having its World
enough-J-not half good enough. They try to deal with self- Premiere in St. Augustine this

ishness in other people and other nations by imposing restrictions weekend. CRISCO3LB.CAN
or waging wars-like trying to stop an epidemic by Telling a story of the Seminole 8
shooting other men who have had the disease. Indian War, many of the most ex-
he had to deal with citing sequences in the film were
But there was once a man who saw
shot In St. Augustine, and a number -
.
"If
selfishness beginning with himself "Father, he said
that had
of residents of city
it please thee, take this cup away from me. But Thy will, not Important parts in the film. MINOT BRAND DONALD DUCKSALAD
mine, be done." That man found the all-effective cure to the ,11 ? Gary Cooper has the starring role.
disease of selfishness that is laying' waste the world.! And ( I I CRANBERRYSAUCE

Christmas is an eternal reminder of cure because Christmasis Funeral SundayFor

that Many man's years birthday.ago the late C p Mooney wrote for the Thomas NamedTo BROOKERMrs. John D. Hicks, DRESSINGQuart

Memphis Commercial-Appeal an editorial entitled "Jesus, National GroupOn Killed In Action
The Perfect Man." It immediately received recognition as Un-Americanism E. J. Lewis

one of the world's greatest editorials, and has been repro- Funeral services for P/c John No. 300 Can Jar
duced year after year by newspapers in all parts of the world. A. J. Thomas, Jr., local Amer- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hague, of Daniel Hicks, 13, sort of Mr, and 121/2C 39Stokely's ]
Because it carries a message\ that Is so much needed in ican Legion official, was this week Hague were dinner guests of Mrs Mrs Samuel A Hicks of Lawtey,
this unsettled the Telegraph wishes to bring this inspiring notified of his appointment as a Florence Varnadoe Sunday, were held Sunday afternoon at .
age
General Member of the National In Long; Branch
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Parker attended the graveside
message to our readers: Un-American Activities Committeeof the Christmas party given Cemetery. Pfc Hicks was killedIn
e e e The American Legion by Na- by the Life of Georgia Ins Co. at Korea, Aug. 17, 1950, while Finest
tional Commander Donald R. WIl- the Country Club In Lake City serving with the U. S. Marine
There Is no other character In history like that o( Jesus son. This appointment was made Friday night, Corps.
As a preacher, aa a doer of things, and as a phlloHopher, no man by the National Commander upon Mrs. Marie Miller who pent the I He was a native of Jacksonvilleand
ever had the sweep and vision of Jnaim the recommendation of the Depart last two weeks as guests of her lived there for several years PUMPKIN:3C 121}
A human analysis of the human actions of Jesus brings to viewa ment of Florida and was approvedby mother, Mrs Lottle'Edwardu returned before moving to Chicago, 111. He
rule of life that Is amazing In Its perfect detail. the National Executive Committee to her home In Jacksonville 1 I entered service In 1949.
The system of ethic Jesus taught during His earthly sojourn at It's recent meeting In Monday, Besides his parents he Is survived -
2,000 years ago was true then, has been true In every century since, Indianapolis. Shopping In Gainesville this I by three sisters Mrs. Wini- -
be forever. This Committee Is assigned to week were, Mrs.:G. E. Green, Mrs. fred Martin, Daytona Beach; Mrs. ARGO SLICED VILLA CHOC. COVEREDCHERRIES
and will\ true
and works under the Legion's Na- Howard Walt Mrs. G. W. Davis Wilma Loyce Wolfe, Wilmington,
teaching
Plato was a great thinker and learned In his age, but his -
tional Americanism Commissionand and Mrs. H. B. Crosby, Del., and Miss! Helen Hicks Law-
did not stand the teat of time. In big things and In little
has for It's main program the Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of tey; and two brothers, Floyd Hicks PINEAPPLENo.
things times and human experience have shown that he erred. exposure of Communists and all New River and Mrs. Rosa Pin- and Sam A, Hicks Jr., Chicago.
Marcus Aurellus"touched the reflective mind of the world, but other un-American and subversive),holster visited relatives In South Another brother Francis Marlon
he was cold and austere as brown marble. groups, Florida Sunday. Hamby, was killed In action In
The doctrine of Confucius gave a great nation moral and mental I Mr. and Mrs. Dean Grlffls, of I 1949. Can J TC Lb. Box 49CNo.
dry. rot. Raiford have moved here. They will Military rites were held at the
The teaching of Iludilah resulted In mental and moral chaos and William Wlilteildes, Mr. and Mrs,II make their home with Mr. and I graveside. Officiating ministers
makes India derelict Clarence L. Slpe, and Warren' Mrs. Lowarn Howard. I were Rev T. G. Mitchell of Starke .

Mohammed offered a system of ethics, which'was adopted by Wallls, all of Keyntone. "*W. B. Plummer, of the : and Rev. Newton of Maxvllle. '
Del Garden 303 Del Mali Cream
No. 303 Monte E. Style
millions of people. Now their children live In deserts where once The Lions extend an Invitationto Islands U. S. Navy Is h 19ai"\I' S.

were cities,. along dry'rivers Wher,conc. there was moisture, and 'In their friends and brother Lionstp his family .for the ChilRt 'f A & P EmployeesGet PEAS -. can 181c CORN can 1
.
the shadows of gray, barren hills where once there was gtrencss. partlclpnta In the turkey shoot days 3H. HolidayBonus I
f
Thomas Aquinas was a profound philosopher, but parts of his they are sponsoring, to be held A. MeethgThe \
have been abandoned Junior R. A... met Monday Local employees of the A & P
,: system Saturday, Dec. 22, at 1 p.m at Kline's Mi* ForPIECRUST Florida Crystals
17 7 o'clock at the Store shared In the company's
Francis Assist wan Christ-like in his salintllnesa, but in some the of night Dec. at
rear Pangborn's lumber home of Mrs. H. C. Douglas. There $2,000,000 pre-holiday compensation
he childish.Thomas '
thing. was SUGAR
Ihs.
yard. Tickets are $1 a shot with were eight members and one new which was distributed last Friday pkg J.47/c 5
A. Kempla Imitation of Christ l I. a thing of rare beauty
li a free prize award at the end of member, Edward Endlcott,present. among its stores throughout the
Indicates, Imitation.Sir .
and sympathy, but It Is, as Its name only an
the shoot to the An Interesting program was given. nation.
Thomas Moore's Utopia Is yet a dream that cannot be realized. I successful participant with as muchas
The next meeting will be held Mon- Every employee
Lord Bacon chemistry and medicine under the glassesof I The public Is urged to received
writing on I day Dec. 31 at the home of Mrs. six months' service a Ml.
the man working In a twentieth century laboratory Is puerile. come out and make tills event a Douglas All boys between the part of Ute annual fund voted by
The world's most learned doctors until a hundred and fifty years huge success ages 9-13 are Invited to attend. the board of directors. VermontBrand
ago gave dragon's blood and ground dried tails of lizards and shellsof
eggs for certain ailments. The great surgeons a hundred years 1.--------IIII---- - -

ago bled a man If he were wounded. 1.
Napoleon had the world! at his feet for four hundred years, and COMPLETELY. IWlSffO*..laMiOVENREADY
.when he died the world was going on Its way as If he had never lived. r L J
Jesuit taught little as to property because He knew there were ONLY I OFFERS YOU AI M'AT I U iwr things of more Importance than property, He measured propertyand SLA L fl E Isis X ruHi ft (?,?, falcs. Tnutl. 4 J

life, the body and soul, at their exact relative value. He taught '4" You're Talking Turkey When
much as to character, because character U of more Importance than You Say "MT. VERMONT

dollars. R9' So MUCH for So LITTLE !
Other men taught us to develop systems of government Jesus HENS TOMS
taught so as to perfect the minds of men. Jesus looked to the'soul, C
while other men dwelled on material things. I I f4q/ 6 to 8.8 10. : j4 1b8 63C
After the experience- 2,000 years, no man can find a flaw In I T--I 10 to 12 and and up
the governmental systems as outlined by Jesus I NOT 12 to li Ib. In Size
Czar and kaiser, president and socialist, give to Its complete !, \c\ Avq.LB.
merit their admiration. I -LB.
No man today, no matter whether he.follows the doctrine of Mills, A ONE
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Marx or George as to property, can find a false principle In Jexun' I _______ 4 to 5 lb. Avg.-YoungDUCKLINGS'--- -- -- -
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theory of property.In .
the duty of a man to his fellow\ no sociologist has ever approximated BUT .. ". Ib.
the perfection of the doctrine UUl down by Jesus In His I 63C
Sermon on the Mount.
Not all the Investigations of chemists, not all the discoveries of 0 ,

explorers, not all the experiences of rulers, not all the historical facts IL FREE -- -- ------- -- -- --.
that go to make up the sum of human knowledge today are In contra Large to 5 lb. Avg. Roasting Swift's Prem. Fruited Baked
diction to one word uttered or one principle laid down by Jesus. 4
The human experiences of 2,000 years show that Jesus never made lb. Ib.
S mistake. Jesus n vf uttered a doctrine that was true at that time ITEMS J CHICKENS 69CI HAMS

and then became obtte'lete.Jesu8 For
spoke the truth; He lived the truth, and truth Is eternal.
History has .no record of any other man leading a perfect life or r 1 -- TURKEY ALL L L The

doing everything In logical order. Jesus Is the only person whose Price I Ches. Bay StandardOYSTERS BulkMINCEMEAT
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every action and whose every utterance strike a true note In the Dr 1 ..- INSTALLATION .
heart and mind of every man born of woman He never said a foolish I Ib.
thing, never did a foolish act, and never dltaembled. j Dr 1 -- Cylinder Furnished OF RANGE ONLY 89CMARGARINE

No poet, dreamer, no philosopher loved humanity with the love
that Jesus bore toward all men. F" 1 --- 100 LB. GAS I I

Who, then, was JCRUS
He could not have been merely a man, for{ there never was a man
who had two consecutive thoughts absolute In truthful perfection. From
Jesus must have been what Christendom proclaims Him to be--
a divine being-or He could not have left behind those things which 5

Jesus gave to the world as a heritage. 159tIt I Lb. ]


Lions party.. Eighteen Lions and their
Keystone
ladles enjoyed a fine turkey din 1
Have Varied Program ner, Christmas carols were sung
and a genial spirit of fellowship
During Holidays prevailed. Everyone gathered Land O'Sunshine In Bulk or Pkg.CRANBERRIES.

Lions Club of Keystone around the beautifully decoratedtree BUTTER lb. .
The lb.
-
Heights regrets the resignation of and grab bag prizes were distributed PAYS To TRADE With SLADE 79c -
to all. Afterward, refreshments -
P. Sullivan -
its able secretary, James
who has accepted a position _and dancing were en-' Grade "A" Large Shipped Fresh Green TopCARROTS

In Jacksonville. The membership Joyed. ) EGGS doz. bchs.
2
extends heartfelt thanks to him The Club president, Dr. Musser, 69c
luck In his presided and gave a short talk on
and wishes him good
pew position. Edward M. Bleha the symbolism of Llonlsm, especially I SLADE GAS Dixiana or Ruso FroLfnSTRAWBERRIES Fla. PascalCELERY
and at this time of year, and expressed .
has been designated secretary '
treasurer to fill the unexpired i' the desire of the Lions' co 2 pkgs. 49c 2 stalks

term. Bud Anthony will serve as Ladles Auxiliary to assist the ,
Duncan lines Frozen
assistant Lions in,their projects. Orange Western Winesaps
PHONE 121
The Club met Monday eveningat ( Guests present Included Mr. and STARKE FLA. JUICE 6 can. 99cI APPLES 2 Ibs.r .

7:30 ia the Inn for a Christmas Mrs Carson Weiland, Mr. and Mrs. -

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ft"D" EC 211951 I IPACK

FHn It !l' IoM BRADFORD OOUNTT TELKGRAPI1: Tiinr.r M
STARKE. FLORIDA
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father M. 1{. Kirkland. I -Southern Industrial Continuesl I"'Q I' P PP- S4 'saorA
rum Mrs. B. M. McRae and son, Benny March 4 %

II. J\L McRae son, and Arley Mrs.attended J." W the McRae Singing and I With Opening Of New Florida] Paper Mill I ,

JlI'4o Convention at PaJatka Sunday .
last week) I Rev. and Mrs. Arthur J. Stairs << ,
from %
x of Anthony attended"
church
the ill.r at Santa *
sorrv to report Pine Level Says
Sunday night. 1, -
,, p letor, Rev. W. E. I "iS
two days and Junior Sullivan, who spent a '
, punt short leave here with his
Hospital in parents
[ ,turning fiendale; : home Sunday has returned to Germany for a S for Christmas
j
")Uii condition has not Mrs.year.Ernie He Is Southerland.the son of Mr and aas.eses. .ererae ; your J

i,much., Dobbs preached I Howard Osteen, son of Mr and
Alton morning and even- Mrs. Percy Osteen Is expected AUTOMOBILESee '
nday home In March. iY9w R Ir I J
nd gust of Mr. and Mrs. Had a letter from my son, Owen
inir was his aunt Mrs.Lltlngton. McRae, B. B. 3, he had just arrived
(
of Orlando. i in Japan from Pearl Harbor
\ to visit her sis-I and Is getting along fine.
IVomlay I Ito.M Bill
fclenny and will go on | We are enjoying the Florida I Dowling J
Lille\ Ga- to spend the I I sunshine, but look out, Jack Front
' holidays with her may be here soon. ,

uo.. _. 1
I
.. S Over 1OO to Choose From J
.p.II1.11 of Sovtfitra' Wmfrlol progrtilIt r
II
iiAi0 this now knit paper mill af ha, H..d..11p./ s
foptr corporation at falalka' fla. It I I
ALL fop.r now
All Makes 8 Models
en. of Sovfh's, larytri ,,,d..I1I... according to <<
Wi/fiam/ Mottr, H..d,.,,'.o..cuMv. vice pr .Un'.

P ALA TKA,Fla. (Special) -The Juggernaut of Southern Industrial
expansion,moving irresistibly forward, will leave in its wake 600( !
some ..... .
I new' jobs and! an annual' payroll In' excess of$2,500,000 -
-
this g ------.i.-j.-- - - -
montn or
fARLING'S a tiu.uuu.uuu addition for feeds chemicals, and various
to the Hudson Pulp & Paper industrial products. Surplus pulp
Corporation's big kraft mill here. will be shipped to the company's i
Establishing' the South more plant at Augusta,Me.,where Hud iI i
firmly than ever as the nation's son manufactures its nationally.
most important producer of kraft known line of household napkins!, i The Car of Your| Choice New & Used J
paper, the new mill will have an and to its plant at Bellows Falls, ,
annual
& Market production capacity of 70- VLTh.
rocery 000 tons of pulp, boosting the paper Industry ia now one
plant's total annual capacity to of the major factors in the South'a '
more than 140,000 tons, accordingto industrial:development Mr.Maur J
William Mazer, Hudson's exec said, paying out directly, In wages *
I THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH XMAS utive vice president.Total employment and salaries some S127.000.000 in
at both mills (twill approximate 1951. More than 49,000 men and
1,300 people, with annual women are now directly employedin o
payrolls estimated at nearly |5- paper manufacturing in Florida 1951 CHEVROLET Belair Coupe 1951 CHEVROLET Belair Cpe. Powerglide I
,
IOI SPRAY 000,000. l.oulaiana Georgia, Alabama,
A completely Integrated plant, and Texas, while countless thousands
.the Palatka mill will convert 85 of others in the transportation 1951 CHEVROLET 4 Door Fleetline 1951 CHEVROLET 2 Door Styleline If
ANBERRY SAUCE 12 12C per cent of its kraft production communications, and service
sealing Into finished tape, grocery products bags-gummed, wrap and percentage supply Industries of their income gain a large from g 1951 CHEVROLET 1-2 Ton Pickup 1951 CHEVROLET 2 Ton Truck ,

ping and mufti-wall bags the industry indirectly.
paper paper
g 1951 FORD Victoria Coupe 1951 FORD 2 Door Sedan


PEt t 12 oz. tumbler 14C.I BREAD CRUMBS MAKE ONIONS STYLISH TREAT ; G 1951 FORD 4 Door Sedan 1951 FORD Coupe SS Ss

G 1951 FORD 1-2 Ton Pickup 1951 FORD 2 Ton Truck ,

large stalk g 1951 MERCURY 4 Door Sedan 1951 MERCURY 2 Door Sedan
I LERY 1212CCHINOOK t
K 1951 PONTIAC 4 Door 8 Cyl. Sedan 1951 BUICK Convertible Coupe ,

K 1951 WILLYS Station Wagon 1951 WILLYS Panel Delivery 'f

IMON tall 59'' g 1951 OLDS. "88" Super Dlx. 2 Dr.. Sed. 1951 OLDS. "88".Super 'Dlx. 4 Dr. Sedan ,

.
1951 OLDS. Holiday Coupe
t\
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Sovo qt. '1950 MERCURY 2 Door Sedan 1950 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan If
EACH 10 1 ,
1950 CHEVROLET: 2 Door Powerglide 1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door Fleetline S :

\ 1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door Styleline 1950 CHEVROLET 1-2 Ton Pickup ,,

INS 5GA A 3 small cans 25'' 1950 FORD 4 Door SedanS 1950 FORD 2 Door Sedan ,

c '1950 FORD 1-2 Ton<< Pickup 1950 OLDS. "88" Super DeLux 2 Door. ,

LEEs; 0< 1950 STUD. Land Cruiser Fordor SedanS 1950 PLYMOUTH 2 Door Sedan ,

15 oz. pkg. la the United States Department af Agriculture. the ,late ."....
ISINS 24C crap According hat ...... a haavy. ana Insuring. a plentiful, supply. af hlg |Misty .,,'.na << 1951 SUPER BUICK Rivier ,
.perfect far slurring with seasoned bread crumbs.
BREAD-STUFFED ONIONS Melt butter in a frying pan or K 1949 FORD 2 Door Sedans 1949 FORD 4 Door Sedans. '
IOURSEANSER9' skillet. Stir in bread crumbs, salt, ,
4 large mild onions pepper and other seasonings.Cook 1949 FORD CLUB Coupe 1949 CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery'
free 2 for
E ass 19C 14 cup butter or margarine over low best, stirring constantly,
3 1 cups teaspoon. bread talc crumbs until browned.bread When crumbs onions are lightly are 1949 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan 1949 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan

lit teaspoon pel'perDash cooked remove center leaving ,
paprika! three layers of shells. The centers 1949 CHEVROLET 5 Passenger Coupe 1949 CHEVROLET 1-2 Ton Pickup
carton 1,4 teaspoon marjoram (optional) may be used ss a base for creamed << (\
per vegetables or in other d.ihes.; Fill "
CA COLAS 19 :2 tablespoon chopped parsley
hollowed onions with bread. 1949 MERCURY 2 Door Sedan 1949 DODGE Convertible Coupe
PLUS DEPOSIT Peel onions carefully. Cut a one crumb mixture. Place in ..hallow'bakin. <<
to one-half inch slice from top). dish; add a little water to. 1951 FORD Victoria If
PUNT and keep onions from burning on bottom.
Place onion in boiling water
2O minute Remo..eand Bake at 400'F. (hot oven) I
PKINS package 11 C cook drain bout well. While the onions IS minutes. K. desired, serve with 1948 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Sedan 1948 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan ,
are cooking, prepare the slutting; tomato ssuce.vllle
I 1948 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan 1948 CHEVROLET 3-4 Ton Pickup ,,

PLATE s rI EYanAl} M I concert Patsy at the Kucera Friday played Musicale in a g 1948 FORD 2 or 4 Door Sedans 1948 FORD 1-2 Ton" Pickup ,
Thursday evening of last week. .
YONNAISE pints 39C't By home Corp.Sunday Jimmie and Godwin Monday.was Ills at I g: 1951 CHEVROLET Belair Coupe ,.

In Jacksonville Saturday evenIng parents, Mr. and Mrs. John God- G 1947 PLYMOUTH 2 or 4 Door Sedans 1947 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan Fleetline
Dec. 15. Miss Carolyn Brad- win, and their other sons, Johnny "
FORGET ley, popular bride-elect, was honored Ray and Billy, took Corp. Godwin I: 1947 STUDEBAKER 2 Door Sedan 1947 CHEVROLET I
1-2
Ton
OUR with a lingerie shower by back to Pope Base at Ft. Bragg, Pickup 1
Mm. M. F. Coker Sr. Miss Irma N. C. and while on their trip ,
Jean Godwin also attended this visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall I: 1947 FORD 4 Door Sedan 1947 FORD 1-2 Ton Pickup :
in Danvllle, Va. ,
13 courtesy.
3
BIG FREE PRIZESTO Accompanied by George Kramerof e 1946 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan 1946 CHEVROLET 2 Door"Sedan "
Jacksonville who In also a stu-
dent'at Florida, State University GRAHAMIly U 1946 FORD 2 Door Sedan 1946 OLDS. 2 Door Sedan '
Claude Johns Jr. and Kenneth J'
BE GIVEN AWAY Johns arrived Wednesday from Mr.*. John McRlnny 1941 FORD 2 Door Sedan 1940 FORD 4 Door Sedan '
Tallahassee to be with their
(MAS EVE DAY AT 5 O'CLOCK parents." Mr. and Mrs. Claude (Held over from, last week) s MODEL "A" COUPE Like New '4,
Johns, for the holiday season. Miss Selma LI to Dyal of Gainesville
and Mrs. Jack Nelson of was a Saturday guest of Mrs
W e-//. & R. Clip Repeater 22 RIFLE Jacksonville Mr. were guests of Mr. Irene Ratliff. ,
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'rhe-DeLuxe Baby Walker night and Mrs.and R.Sunday.W. Brannen Saturday of Claude Tampa Starling are visiting and son his Jimmie mother, << ... _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-Ii -_ W"--J.- -_-_-_- -_-_-_-_--- .... J

'rize-Champion Pedal Car Jet Flow Drive Friday night and Saturday Mr. Mrs. Kate Starling.
: Mrs. O. Saunders of Penney
and Mrs. J. L. Williams had as g .
Vfce- Farms was the guest of Mr. r .
Western Flyer Tricycle 16 in.riteSuper their visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. B. supper !

< Lectie Auto Toaster Segree of Macclenny. and Horace Mrs. Earl McKinney Starling spent Friday.theweekend More To
Mr. and Mrs. James Calhoun of Many Choose l
In Waldo. Mr. and Mrs I. J.
Kse Doll 21lnclrizeDouble Jacksonville were Sunday visitors ,
-Sayco (Mama) John McKinney and Mrs. Bunle
of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns. Broughton attended the homecom- .I
Hot PlateriteRadio Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley had Inff at I. O. O. F. home In Gainesville i
as their supper guests Sunday Mr. Sunday s
Super WagonrizeRed i and Mrs. Jimmie Bradley and their Leroy Hines of. Jacksonville From :!Jt.1-
Rider Air Rifle :little daughter, Gloria and Mrs. spent/ the weekend here with his
:Audrey Sllcox and her children. .sister, Mrs. P. O. Starling. *' it f.I ;
Prize-Roberta Mama) Doll 18 Inch Linda and Larry, all of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shelp had as i

Prize-Toaster' ,ville.Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell had their Stanley weekend Cury guests of Ottawa Mr. and Canada Mrs. I See Them On Our Lot TOD Y! -J

Prize-French Fryer :I as Sunday their Mrs.dinner A. guests O. Tongue at noon and and Minnesota.Mr.Mr. and. Mrs. Cyrus Austin of -,; .

rie-Toaster :Mrs. Emory Dean and sons Billy and Mrs.Vlcarl of Brooklyn, ,
'and Donald of Fairfield and Mr.'and N. T. have moved to our town.
J"I
Mrs. Mack Yongue and their Mrs. Louie Dempsey Is remain- I.
two sons of Dunnellon. Ing In High Springs this week to
rnployees or Their Immediate FamiliesNot I" Mrs. Lola Johnson spent Saturday be with her sister who Is 111.
In Gainesville with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Horace. Schofleld Auto Sa1es
Eligible ,I Mrs. John Livingston. Mrs. of Miami are making their home OW
Johnson's visit at that time was In our community We are glad I log J
U TO occasioned by the celebration of I to have them and hope they like
WILL HAVE TO BE PRESENT the second birthday anniversary of our town.BITT .
her grandson Charles Livingston
WIN Mr. and Mrs. Enlce Bradahaw 330 Temple Ave. Starke, Florida
Phone 179 "
and their children of Mt. DoraaPf'nt KKTCRBROOK The ,
the weekend with Mr. and
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Mrs.
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DEC OOt1NTY TFd.1f.G11APH STAltKE. ThORiDA
119 51. BKADFORD '
Howe Home Scene
1pYlOR RuckerBradley
PAGif -

r -Miss Green To Wed Featured In Yuletide Musical Programs I Of Gala Party 1\\ .

6 Harris Dittmar I For BPW Members

I
1 This Afternoon I :Mrs. Fronle LeSocke of Jacksonville '

I Beach District Chairman, t
Mills Anice Orecn. whose pier f
Patterson of
Mrs Dorothy
and
\ will be an
Dittmar
(-A rlage to Harris Vice District Chart-
,
St. Augustine
event of this afternoon Friday)
\ were surprise guests of the 1M
at 5 o'clock in the First Baptist\ t t man
local Business! and ProfessionalWoman's
Gladys 5hrotyPhone church, has been the Inspiration
Club at their Christina
t
35 for several parties. a'M .
Monday evening The Cypress +
4 On Nov. 29 a delightful luncheonwas ? party
fir of Mra. Marian '
Hotel Street home
held In the Roosevelt ,,
"" ; I i Yv decorated with the traditional
Church Jacksonville for the brlde-elecl t sl a Howe was
Wed In Pine Level Baptist Dlffenbaugh and r j Christmas season lighted: ,
.. __ ____ with Mr James rt
occasion.A l .
.h. Mra. T. O. Rltch as hostesses. ,-" ... ...._ I Ia tree for this i *
attractive ,:r'- their annual Chrlsl- short business session was
table
The luncheon was who were heard In :
! with white appointments and ,Pictured above are the piano studLlJltll of Mills LoulRe Stern Mary Ann Long, Mary Lou Edwards held and following this the hostess
seated::
,
held a centerpiece of white pompoms. mal recital in the USO Thursday night of last week. First row Shl Anne smith, chairman, Miss Pat Lambe, con

Betty Ann Simmons Frances Lahdrum, Anne Matthews Mary Agnes Matthews Franklin Starling. ducted a contest which was won

r P t" Dtip The hostesses presented theirguest Mary Katherine Wainwright Bob Smith Barbara Sue Bigg-, Lu Genova(Sreen., Bin Alderman. Third row: by Mrs. Mildred Sapp. Little,
Bill
1 Lawson, David Jackie Ann Arnold sang
,tr ''y :A of honor with an appropriate Second row: Gary Hildebran. Ann Bunch Jimmy Ann Pickett, Betty Mills
Carol .
gift as a memento\ of the occasion Linda Hockett. Linda Kay Sale, Eddie Hartmann, aeveral Chrlstmaa aonga and-helpedto ioi. t' .
'' Barbara Anne Blankenshlp. jean Mundy,
Clair
Johns which
Martha Landrum Sandra out the gifts were
DuPre pass
d'' Miss darlle Stokes entertained Jo Starling Kay Hart. Fourth row' : Nancy Dobbs Lex Green, Jr., T. J. Alderman., Jr, Carolyn yicker.' exchanged. ':- .--.- ..
shower on Dec. 11 Louise Stern Beverly Jo Crosby; Elol e ot the
at a lingerie refreshments prepared and served by the mothers \!rs. Stella Kopelousos assisted

iu for the brlde.e] ct at the Stokes' After the program. everyone enjoyed delicious Mra. Howe and Miss Lambe with j Mr. and ]Sirs. J. M Bradley

fj'i"u Attleboro Street home In Jacksonville students refreshments nounce the engagement
-- -": I and
:
t r It was announced that Mrs. preaching marriage of their d

Appropriate arrangements carr Lena Youmans of Lake City ter, Nancy Carolyn, to ,
8t
t lng out the holiday motif were Legion Auxiliary Ii i 4 won the mixer given away by the Paul Rucker, son ot Mr and ]
1 1F 1w
placed at polnti of Interest, Entertains Families i '' Club. S. P. Rucker of Lake Butler

* Mlsa Green received many lovely i The wedding will be V
,u; + and the 15: guests also re Of MembershipThe an '
1+ gifts Hostess"At of December 23 In the Ra
t; t i under the Mrs Stump
calved .mall gifts from ,
annual Christmas party of Baptist Church at 4 o'clock
t i'Y
attractive Chrlslmaa tree.
Theatre Party I No invitations are
Legion Auxiliary 7 bring
; at Miss Blllle Corn of Jacksonville the American s
4;, held Tuesday eveningIn +p ,++,t a but all friends end relathetinvited.
Post 1 50, was
assisted the hostess( In aervlng t Mrs. F. F. Stump was hostess! .
and caring for the guests.' the Legion home. Dinner wasnerved ""/ at a lovely theatre party Monday I

i to members 'and their took her ,,
evening when she guests
Mr. .ami Mrs R. Hood Dittmar families from a gaily decorated 1u, r. Perkins-Dyal
.'' r to; the Florida Theatre to see
were host and hoetens at a dinnerparty table covered with a white cloth I
show
"That's My Boy". After the
ik + to the members of their and centered with Chrlstmaa balls, '
the guests were taken to the
aon'a and Mla Green's wedding holly; and red candles in silver I
" r Stump home where they were
\ ,, ,,, party following the rehearsal holders. .
served a buffet supper.Appropriate
Thursday evening at the Key- Informal talks were given by '

j atone Inn, Keystone Heights. Dr. A. Y. Covington, local Post .r arrangements car

Members of the wedding party Commander: A. J. Thomas, District v dalv" rying out Ui_ holiday theme were
of Interest in the
'and the immediate family enjoyed Commander;; and Mra. I. E. placed at points
table In the
The
home. serving
, !' the affair Clark Auxiliary president.
9W' ;; ,
WIls overlaid with a
dining room
, Gamea were played and prizes
I cutwork cloth and held a Christmas
" Young Matrons Circle awarded. Gifts were presented to
.' the children present, and each centerpiece flanked by burnIng -

.... Has Yule PartyThe member brought food to be used CANDLELIGHT CIIOIR was presented In the USO last Friday nightby red tapers. Mra.,, Stump, v' ,
A
CLIFFORD HUGH CALLAHAN are pictured Above ,I In the Chrlstmaa basket for the Featured on the program was '
MB. AND MHS. man-lace\ Young Matron's Circle of Martha Smith's kindergarten pupils dressed as Santa Claus, poured

rutting the wedding cake at a reception following their her the Presbyterian Church held a needy a solo, "Dear Jesus Sleeps," by Jim Lewis. Gary Cole, Jim Lewis, coffee and tea from a silver servIce

]i the Pine Level Baptist Church on Thursday, Dec. 13. Before,and delightful Christmas party and and Joan La Fleur were also featured In several other numbers, assisted and later In.the evening pre '. !1'I''I'.
of Mr.
i clogs the bride was Miss Frances Crosby, daughter JJUU'-I buffet,aupper last Friday evening Birthday Party by the choir. Those taking partre pictured above: first row, sented her guests with glfta from .'.1\1 i\"" ,,,,,.j'V"t.t. ';

" R R. Crosby. of Starke. Photo by Bulllngton.! at the W. E. Dowling home on Series Given left to right) Lorraine Priest, Michael Begue, Marla Moore, Robert her Santa Claus bag. +'.,,4"..'.. "I'.it i n '}iy .,,1r''
Catherine
Cole, ttAdy ;
Cherry street. Joe Gardner, Marie Starling: (second row) Gary .\ ){j ... : ,
Hour Group Ward. the affair Mra. !. t IJ. j'A",1.
Tom Enjoying were fo/
Mrs Wainwright Story The Dowllng home was decorated Mra. L. B. Moorer and Mrs. Scanlan, Ann Scruggs .
Fleur, Margaret
McClane, Joan La k !'1yy
I Club Hostess Has Xmas Party I with green and red berries Mural Gardner have entertained Vicki Frees, Suzi Broadway,. Harold Bishop Jim Daisy Ferryman! ,\Mre.. D. .EX., ,.{ V1s "',1". ; ,;Y.
.
Bridge I Moore; (third row) I .' "1 .w'a .
.; in the holiday motif with an attractive at three birthday parties !In the f Bulllngton. ..' ,Knight, Mrs. E. 8. Matthews,' Mrs. ,Zr v' .w a,.'
Photo '
' Children's Story Hour groupof Christmas arrangement week for their youngsters. Lewis, Carol Fen- by I II 't' """ 'i9fiimw
)1 The J. R Walnwrtght home wu The past Leslie Shepherd, Mrs. P. D. Fan- 'ff:;. ."';.!JI. L1'
Mra. ::0:
with Dec ;;
Methodist church, gracing the mantel In the living Mrs. Moorer entertained on ,
of the CirclePlans '
festively decorated with sprays entertained I B. Jr. Woodman Cher, Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Mra. ,.. r. # .. ,
.' Decries and Christmas decora J. R. Wainwrlght, leader, room. The buffet table, where a 10 for her daughter, Lee Nell, Mrs. C. Hayes

I red tons) Tuesday evening when Mrs.Walnwrtght at a Christmas party Wednesday delicious roast duck supper was who was celebrating her fourth Honoree at ShowerThe Drill Team F. H. Long. Mra. J. M.: Mitchell,

In the recreation served, was overlaid with a white Inside games were Helen ]
was hostess to the afternoon anniversary. Forest Mrs. Steve Weldon, Mra. Ruby Mlsa Dyal

}I Tuesday Night Bridge Club.Bridge building linen cloth end centered 'with amulthcofoeect played during the afternoon and home of Mr. C. A. Parham Members of the Supreme their business Collins and Mra. A. C. Durden. Mra. '''Vida Dyal! of

at the three with 35 enrolled, ) 4ClWstias/ tree ball the youngsters were given favors! Christian Street wu the aet- Woodman Circle held Milford Perkins of
Tile youngsters
.
was played on O. W.
Misses
. the W. Evelyn and Lillian
I In Stump daUChtel
, tables and, those winning prizes entertained their mothers by singing arrangement *ntwlry4 with greens of Santa Claus boots holding ting Thursday afternoon for, a and social meeting with Springs NAS, [ |
) 11,
-1' were Mrs Del Colley, high Mils Christmas! carol and flanked by bdrnirlg*red tapes candy. bridal shower honoring Mrs. C. B.! Hall Tuesday night, Dec.D. Green,, assisted their mother in entertaining .,,Ala.. were married In

Della Rosenberg, low, and Mrs. Appropriate refreshment of The Individual tables, where guests Mrs. Moorer was adulated- Hayes ;Jr.,.the former Mlsa Dorothy 'the president Mn. L. and. ,serving their guests.. t;a. on Dec. 2.

' Guy Sale and Mlaa Della Roeenberg punch cookies and candy were were seated, held centerpiecea of I caring& for .the 18 little guests by Judd. Serving aa co-hostess for presiding.. meeting,, _.- --.- .-. ... .
Mra.: nd'Mrs. J. W. During the buslnesa ---- - -----
popcorn Christinas trees and the Bill Scruggs occasion was Miss Carolyn2lutrhenx
bingo. served during the party. ,' I."e
i ,, drill team
, 1* made for a
Santa Clausea held the : Sr. were
, Dellcloua refreshments were, apple place Andrews. jj a classmate of Mrs. plans
;i aerved from an attractively appointed and gifts were exchanged the latter ,Carla I Mrs. Gardner entertained 'sfl e ),J.Y" at Bradford High school practice for the purpose of attend In

t. table tin the dining room,I part of the evening The buslneaj meeting followed welner 1 roast let Friday evenlhjf',,' "Tne home, was beautifully decorated tog the District Convention Mrs. W. L, MAKE APPOINTMENTS NOW
Carot'rNfittpie which time
at
, the dinner at which time plan honoring her daughter, 1 with white gladioli and the Perry-
first
< were made for the Circle to deco- who waa celebrating her nljitHanniversary. The Andrews will Conduct; her
I 1 i'J yr rate the Christina tree at the traditional Yuletide greens. convention as president.
with white TO HAVEPHOTOGRAPHS
1 gift table was adorned the
i. church and to redecorate the Sunday The thirteen young folks roasledwelnl'r After the business session
\ ] .. In and marshmallows candles In blue and silver candle meeting closed with all members
r\\\ School room January. Mra. over of holly with a
,holders. Sprays After
'. '*, I of the the and enjoying a Christmas party.
, .. i Herbert Green had charge an open fire In yard enjoyed miniature Christmas tree made en
program in. the absence of Mrs. games. They were given the exchange of gifts:refreshments MADECHRISTMASMORNING
; tirely of bMght-colond tree ornaments
P!..::- .. Lester Crews who wall sick. During favors of paper hilts and bags of formed the centerpiece.The were served.WCTU .

I, the program the name. of the candy. and bubble gum.
1" I honoree was presented a
' :' : ; "SunshftiA! Bisters" were revealed Mrs, Moorer assisted l Mra. Gardner To MeetThe
;!; l/ One of the real 'j joys At the end of the evening the 16 In caring for the guests. beautiful glamella corsage. An ,
throughout the
; air of festivity prevailed meeting of
i members of the circle present ex- Little Edward Joseph Gardner, regular
of Christmas the afternoon as Mrs. R. F. held In the Taber
will be
changed gifts. in, celebrated his fifth anniversary WCTU
to aside Mr W. E.Dowling, who poured Monday when his mother Mrs. Young led the group In games and nacle chapel Friday, Dec. 28, at Family Groupsor
is the opportunity put to the oc-
j; coffee from a silver service \ rIng Gardner, entertained 11 of his contests appropriate 3 p.m Children Around the Xmas Tree i

'; the routine of business the aupper. was assisted In little friends at a party ulna the! prize Mra.for A.unscrambling J. Sanders won the -beautiful and useful gltta.J
many
serving and caring for the guests The Chrlstmaa motif was carried
sincerity "Lovers Vocabulary", while Mrs. Out of town guests were Mra. IF YOU PREFER
with
and genuine by Mra. Robert Paterson. Re out In the decorations for the
and corded Christmas music and carols occasion and\ games were played C. B. Hayes, Jr. and Mrs Ray | A. J. Sanders, Mrll., Cleatus Ward
wish our friends mond Bryan won prizes answering\ Sr. of MAKE THEM YOURSELF,
7 ,
were played throughout the evening during the afternoon' The children Questions", Mrs. W. and Mra. C. B. Hayes
"Chrlstmaa'
customers horses received filled with favors candy of rocking L. Mobley won the door prize.A Lake Butlf'r.I It's Easy With One of Our InexpensiveFlash

A MERRY CHRISTMAS 'Sharing' Is Topic hire. Gardner was assisted by large number of friends enJoyed -, Adding Machine and Portable
with Mr.
this occasion RentNOW'S
Mrs. Moorer. I Typewriters sold on time. Bradford Cameras For Sale or

,At WSCS Meeting Hayes, Including many of her clasa- County; Telegraph.

Mrs. Olson HonoreeAt mates She was the recipient of
: K. G. DUNCANAgt. I The program and business meet. I''

log of the Methodist WSCS -was Birthday Supper
held -Monday afternoon In the \ i

Standard Oil Company. church and recreation hall with Titus Olson] was host at a delightful TURKEY SHOOT

Mrs. Titus Olson president of. the four-course dinner party
j( society, aa hostess.Mra. Monday at the Guidon Grill honor- r / r t

Olson presided over a short Ing Mrs. Olson's birthday annl-

THEATRE business meeting and Mra C. E. venery Saturday, Dec. 22, --1 P. M.

1 1 Hernwall gave the Christmas de The table wee attractively cen- ..____ ___ ._n-----
STAftKEDedicated
votional. A program on "sharing" tered with Iris and fern and the AT

", wee presented by Mra. A. Wood. honoree was presented with the

To Community Service Following the business and program I traditional birthday cake al the' Keystone Lumber CompanyONLY

"Movlea Are Better Thau Ever" meeting the members of the close of the dinner. TIME(
t society retired to the recreationbullAing Helping Mrs. Olson celebrate $1 PER PERSON TO SHOOT THE

Sat., Dec 22-ONLY Sun.. Mon. Dec. 23. 21 where Mra. Olson served the occasion were Mr. and Mra BY

FEATURE coffee and cake from a lace covered Harry Houston, Mr and Mrs. W. SPONSORED
DOUBLE
i iI ie ii 'RHUBARB'"The table. Mra. Olson 'was also B Mundy, Mr. and. Mrs. George KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LIONS CLUB PLANTRose
TO
Millionaire Tom Cat" pleasantly surprised when several Flynn, Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. ..

with Ray Milland. Jan Starling lovely glfta were presented to her Reddish. Mr.and Mrs.and Sam Mrs.Ander Jim -- -
from the society members honor- Godwin, Mr. I Poinsettia
Gene Lockhart, and Ing her birthday and also in appreciation sun, C. Letsch and Otto Olson.Mr t I Ii Bushes

ItHUnAKli of her untiring efforts In *. Olson was the recipient of '

"Droopy's Double ALSO Trouble" i behalf of the society many lovely glfta oft thia occasion I NOTICETo Xmas Begonias (Potted Plapts)


Cartoon & Latest World News ]Ida Darby Circle WMU Meeting 1 Satsumas Oranges


Tues., Wed. Dec. 25, 26 Visits Shutinsbiemben Held Tuesday Our Customers Kumquats

Drums'Starring of the Ida Darby Circle The program and buslnesa meetIng -I ,i
'Distant WMU held Grapefruit i
J of the BaptUt was
I ti of the Baptist WMU met at the .
educational building Tue .-
In the
: GARY COOl'ER church Wednesday afternoon with day afternoon .with 31 members I We Carry a Fine Stock of Shrubbery,

"The Florida-Made: Picture" the loader, Mn. \V. L Andrews, 1 1 in
?w'COQ' I present t Evergreens in fact, anything!
Also for the purpose of entertaining The devotional wall given by rutNER

TT t 1 "Drippy Mississippi" Cartoon the members who are abut in with Mrs. W. R. Morse from Mathew, Seeds and Plants

and Latest World News gifts, and refreshment. and the opening prayer wu by
I a.. program, party
; t4 Mrs F. B Beard. I .
Is
MARTIN Moving
..
Thur., Frl. Dec. 27. 28 I The Helen Masters circle had
At 2:30: o'clock they visited In charge of the program, the topic SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL .

AND--- the home of Mra. A. A. Durdenj being "Where Advance". Those TO NEW LOCATION

with Mra. Geiger and Mra. Me-l taking part were Mra. C. J, Clark CHRISTMAS TREES e,
l and Mra. J. A.Griffin.. Mra. It t
AppointmentIIANIII.U Donald. Mrs Dave Pau1k had the N e
aY I Beard read the beautiful and inspiring \
program charge. At'4 o'clock I Christmas story entitled 403 West Call St.t 75cup

!of. Brownlee.
they visited Mra. J. "The Unexpected-Guest j;

Thursday afternoon at 2:30o'clock : The president, bin S. E. Sparks, (DARBY BUILDING)

i I they visited In the homeof presided over the buslnesa meeting SISTRUNK FEED
I
,.... ZASU pm; Mra. Perhlna and Mra. W. J.\ .
_._ fete Gas' Week of December 24 1951
raw
euat tsars ewr Mra. Eunice Wilson The ,
"SSllS Epperson.
PLUS I 'HANIADB 1 1 OTlt had the program In charge I Recent Birth

"INJUN TROUBLE"Cartoon Mra. C A. Knight, in behalf of, NO INTERRUPTION t AND SEED COMPAQ

I the circle, presented each ahut-ln },(r. and Mr. Herbert Flllyaw i IN SERVICE .
Tomor the birth of a daughter ?
-AND Plus "Champions'; member with beautiful gift. Re-laanounce I Call and Water Sts.

'Invisible Monster' row" Sports & "Slop Happy' freahmenta were served at the Donnie Lee, on Dec. T !In Alachua -:
!aa + a ,,
Reeler. General Hospital.
SERIAL One home of each member vlated.


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19bt 1 0 DEC 21..l.9 I
if1xllm" BRADFORD COCNTT: TELEO... "" R FLORIDA
---. _

I Pearson Wood is spending the --- Teen "Towners Successful Barn Dance In USO -

I holidays with hi* daughter :Mrs I Stage Highly f

A. B. Walker In Savannah, Ga.

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Mr. and Mrs Carlton R-l' I I _

Mrs Susie Woods and Jake Ru t _

iRl THE PIEWS of Savannah. Ga. spent a few dabs
last week with Mr. and Mrs Ew:>ll I
Lawson.
..

was the guest I Mr. and Mr. v a. r pY
Keea Cuy Andrews
;Sell' i I at- Rev. and Mrs. Thoml.8 .
G. Mitchell
-
at Day- tended the
King Shrlrlera
Mr.-. Joe % Christmas
.Id and daughter, Barbara Jeanne
ever the weekend. party at the Club New Yorker in I
r.rh i Gainesville Saturday evening. will visit Rev. Mitchell's mother,

and Mrs. Maxie Mrs. J. T. Mitchell. In Homeland

lilted tohns Mr end Mrs. F. WIS"10"1" Rudolph Sink, a eutter at Big I Monday and spend Christmas with .
Wednesday of i Dad Mfg. Co. for the past nix Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Dr and
months, has Mrs. T. Arthur Mosley In Delray
returned to his home
1.er. In Beai'h. They expect to return
Lexington, N. C. _
Knight of U. of F. will home the latter part of next week

Chrh.,tm be Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hale of Boston
1'101111 Knight, and his Atlanta. Ga. are spending the long '
art Col. and Mrs. D. E. weekend with the senior Shullit. Mass are spending* two wt'eks'
note, with Mrs. Kale's! brother and Ms-

Mr. and Mrs Dewey Warren I ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Martin I FIRST PIUZIo1NNEUS in the Barn Dance costume FORMING RUSTIC TRIO are: Bustle Green, Mary TIMK. OUT FOK KKFRKSIIMKNTM: : la enjoyed by Kenneth :
Land. The Lands also had 81'1I
I I
lnlp' A 1'Ynt of Blood and family Mr.spent Sunday afternoon guests last Friday. Mrs. Land's contest were Fay Paulk (right) as. a "little Rivers Stubblns, and Margaret Rose Duncan. Tyus, Jimmy Reddish Phyllis Strickland, Jackie Tanner,
72 J visiting and Mrs. Carlton ,
Hewn I
al hlr r. I Chastain in Hampton. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lancaster old Lady" and Jan Mundorff (second from right) Richard Kuhn (left) and Gail! nuke of Gainesville Billy Henderson, Barbara Preyatt, Nancy DuPre, and Mar '
and son. Duffln of Mayo.
StubbinsleftTuesgrandmother. >- I as one of' the mountain boy. Runners up were (second from left). Ion Harrington All Barn Dance photos by Florence Brown.
givers Mre.abbina Kenneth Tyus was In Pensacola
her Mrs. James Shepherd is returning -
\1.lt from Saturday to Monday I
Sr, and ntnheCbrlat.peilahae visiting to her home In Jacksonville events and Paulk mountain I
Sylvia
relatives. sang
enjoyable
with One of the most U.......AAAfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAA
after the week
her today spending far by Teen Town music H. B. Crosby and V. R.
par- so
by
will be joined. R. P. Stubs The S. G. Denmark family and her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Knight.Mr. to. was sponsored the barn dance held in the Ferguson "called" the square '' Christmas Wouldn't Be Christmas Without
,: and Mrs Knight plan I
Ma the and at-',dances.
r.nid Ned Yancey family visited night, Dec. T,
Pay.Mrs. USO Friday
spend Christmas with Mrs.Knhtht'a : I One Of A & P'a
Santa Claus In Jacksonville\ Tuesday brother and slxter-ln-law, tended by 151 young people and Refreshment of apple cider
tBird of evening. doughnuts, ajid popcorn were ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell.Mr. their adult chaperonea.
end\ wIU lip dChrlemaasils The lobby of the USO was madeto served by a committee with PLUMP, MEATY, TENDER
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Marian Henderson chairman. '
Starke. Starlingand resemble a hayloft. The floor as
and
In and Mrs. J. H. DuPre
llUve son, Leslie, of Miami formerly covered with straw, and rustic Popcorn tor.the occasion was donated :
Mr. and Mrs Charlie Parker attended was
I B. McLendon of Starke, are spending the holidays the Florida Power t: Light atmosphere was created by the by the Florida Theatre.I I' : ;
rlerJeanette. of Orlando with their sons-in-law and stalks, Flash pictures of the activities
Christmas party In Lake City last use of pumpkins, corn tuik
the holi- daughters, the Robert Klnards ofGainesville taken Florence Brown ,
&W to spend Friday night ancient wagon wheels, and plows were by

lib Mrs Mcl ndon's par- In Starke.Mr. and the James Deavera in decorating Kay Paulk was In and prints may be obtained from ys

r. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. .M/S/tt./ Hugh Brice was retired charge of the decorations and her.The Customers' ,
from the Armed Force Thursday. Teen Towners wish to thank Mrs. club extends special thanks :
k Mr.. rft.'sss and Mrs. Richard Ray and Brice has recently returned from Dave Paulk tor her help with the to Minx Delia Rosenberg for _her Corner
son, Ricky, of Jacksonville
his mother spent a year's combat duty In Korea: music and decorations. work during the evening, and to '
Sunday Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, J, S. ,
Jacksonville and others
all other
In Sapp. The entertainment program was chaperons C HENS
Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Kelly mov- In keeping with the rustic themeof who hnd a part In making the I O 6ea
to Eustls where Mr. barn dance a success.It .
ed Sunday
Mrs. Frank Pomeroy, Sr. and the party, with several hillbilly I 'k
Blood ,
of At this
\ IMnt has been transferred toLovett's season/ of the
Kelly year,
Ip announced that Teen
!Mm. Joseph of Jacksonville numbers by BHS students, was Ib
72-J Pomeroy
this is
ifl 1 hire pawn meat department there. our sincere wish for
and Mrs. Hamlin of Pensa- Robert O. Davison, a faculty Town activities will be suspendeduntil 69C
Leon Taylor of Brunswick. Ga. has everyone:
Sewell and cola were Sunday guests of Mrs. the member, played guitar selections, January.
in
Cecil returned to his former Job ,
Mrs.
May
ADd have
'
you
visit their J. M. Mitchell a Merry
win of the local
r.I/r Pam and, Mrs. O. F. Sewen Lovetfa.meat department which Job he held before Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden, I Among those shopping In Jacksonville Christmas, the happy com '

B. B. Bennett In Marti Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll man going Into service. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. I the past week were; Mrs. panionship of loved ones, TOMS
rb the weekend. visited their son-in-law and daughter Beasley will spend Christmas with I Thomas F. Colspn and Mrs. C. W. I I'I the .warm fellowship and
r Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- Colson, of last week; understanding of friends.
Mrs. F. H. Long will have her the C. C. Hoppe family In Tampa. on Thursday '
| j. R. Kit left Wednesday kins in Jacksonville Thursday family with ,her for the holidays, I 'I also the tame day were Mrs. Maxie May the New Year hold for Ib

13 a few days visiting her which Include: Mr. .and Mrs. I I L. M. Games visited Mr. and Carter and Mrs. M. H. Colley; Miss I you a full measure of hap- 63C
Pledge A Pint of Blood Sharon Hall on Saturday; Mrs
pineaL
and Mrs.
aDd aunt. Judge Richard Ttiede and son Ricky, Mrs. J. O. Bennett In Tampa .over
and Call Mrs Ilazen, T8-J Inman Green and Mrs. Robert
.
In J1ahaaaee and daughter .
'l'erreU Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long the weekend.Charles tIc1N
Green Monday Mrs. Peggy
Dollar inGL on ; /t.se
Irs. E. F. Dena of Gainesville,
er, Mary ,
Shaller and Don Ray TUley, Mon- I
Mrs. '
Mr. and
Clayton Crawford -
Mr. and Mrs.,C. "A., Long of Moore Devrlck and daughter,
Mrs. M. F. flaxen,
and Zary Crawford visited day evening; Swift's Premium Tender Smoked
Haven, Richard Long of Clewlston. Orpha of Charleston W.. Va. will Miss Dol- i
Eustls
Mrs. McKnlght,
Mundortf Mrs. Rhodes who Is
\
very11
rod Mrs. R. E. sat and Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll spend Christmas! with their son ores McKnlght\ also Monday 1 and .
Petera- Sanderson. .
the weekend Mr. and In Mrs.St. W. W. and children, Connie and Bryant, and brother, Denver Devrlck. and Mrs.' Ara Moltt and Mrs. Harry Pascal Crisp HAMS 57CGrade

Itlng Jr., of Jacksonville. family. Lappe, Tuesday.
ill and. In Clearwater vlrtt- Ovid G. Lewis, who had been
and baby daugft- transferred to Cocoa for several
W. Palmas Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of Mrs. Martha Smith and daughter Miss Shirley Colley of Washington '
back with themdortr'1 weeks Is resuming his duties at A D&D Quick Frozen Baking
eybrought Mun- Augusta. Ga. are spending the holidays Diana, are spending the holy D. C. Is expected home
J. E. : !
father the District of- [
Army Engineers<<
of St. Petersburg who will fice in Jacksonville. with Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Johns days with Mrs. Smith's mother, this weekend to be with her mother CELERY.15C: ib. rue

SI, home with his son and and familY. Mrs. Toney, in Shubuta, Mlns. Mrs. M. H. Colley and family ; HL11S
over the holidays. 3o51b.avjr.sSmoked '
M. C. Thomas, who Is
employedwith
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mundy of Little Marcia Griffis of Theressa

Vaxle! Carter attended the Corp.the In" Oliver South Farm Bend Equipment Ind., Is Wareshoals, S..C. spent' the week spent the weekend with her uncle Mr. and Mra, F. C. Williams I Picnic '

M. 8. Tan- end with the W. B. Mundys. The and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. moved Saturday to Lake City
I of her uncle spending the holidays with his '"
i Jacksonville. Monday.iCcAA'ltaney mother Mrs,' Mallory 'Thomaa In Mundys also had as Monday guests DampIer where Mr Williams baa been Fancy York HAMS 43C
for the
of transferred as depot agent
Star *..sad! with his daughter, Miss Margaret Blsharoon ,
: ; of FreetoMn.- ; MlHs->MAry Ixni.. Thomaer9n Jack Baltimore, .Md., who ws. enrouteto Mr. and Mr.'R. TJansby accompanied Seaboard railroad. R, J. ClyjUt Is .... ,
replacing Mr. Williams at the local
with the baptist .
the weekend sonville.Mlsa Miami. Primary
mending Large Green headless" Ocean 2
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I and Intermediates to the Baptist depot temporarily '

Vivian Garcia accompaniedher Mr.. and Mrs. C. R. Gomez and Orphanage Christmas party In APPESS45CBrazil fb I
Mrs. Laura Tison will be spend- ,
SHRIMP I
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. family have moved from the Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ing the holidays with her son-in- 69C1

a\ld Mrs. Ben Rowland' and Vic Moncelll of Chicago, HL on a Rosenberg house on Tenth street law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.

: ,eorge McDaniel In Talla- and Marineland Sunday of last Church street. spent the weekend with Mrs.S. Super Right Thin Sliced Breakfast

Sunday. week. L. Peek, Sr. -
Mr. and Mrs. James Palmas and New OES Officers lb.

Charles Calvert of Fort Bena. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly family of Clearwater are spendingthe Mrs. Pauline Stone and Miss Are InstalledNewly BACON S9C f

,a. spending; the holidays and Eloise and Father Lyons, all holidays with the V. S. St. Mamie Anderson of Archer will ,

in uncle and aunt. Mr. and of Starke, and Thomas Gllhooly I Johns. spend Christmas with the E. M. elected officers of O. E. S.

.Wllla McKnight. Mrs. .Mci of New York City visited Father Davis family. were Installed with impressive ""- bag Hormel'tt Family Size Boneless Cooked .

father, E. t. Langston Neuhaus In Deland last Thursday. fledge A lint of Blisad. ceremonies Tuesday night at 8:00: NUTS 49C

Ma, S. C., ls spending sever-and I Call Mr. Hazen: 72-J Miss Mary Brownlee and Miss o'clock, with Vrrna Brice and Canned'
ilha with hia daughter Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall Joyce Humphrey of Baltimore, Md. Vincent Brice acting as installing HAMS 6.99

and son will leave Sunday for VirgInia Mrs. Minton Johnson of Gaines- will arrive Saturday to spend the officers.

of Atlanta and Kentucky,. where they ville and Mr. and Mrs. Lester holidays with the parents of the The following will serve for the ,

ilvei Lucille Saturday Grogan to spend then will spend the Christmas holidays Crews of High Springs will spend former, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownie ensuing year: Evelyn Wise, WOr- Dark and Milk Chocolates '

\ with her sister, Mrs. C. with relatives.Mr. Christmas with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell *. thy Matron; T. M. Flnley, Worthy fr.p' Season's Greetings, 3 lb. box 1.55
Patron; Verdie Futch, Assoc Ma-
pherd and family.
and Mrs. Clayton Crawford, Mrs. W. S. Colson and little son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews of tron; W. V. Pixler, Assoc. Patron; Warwick MilkCHOCOLATES
Mrs.! Michael Gilhooly) and Eloise, and Mrs. Robert Bird were Palatka will upend Christmas with
Cecil, Louise Kite
Secretary: Irma
of Blood ;
Mee' A lint
nil M..... Hazen 12-J and Thomas in Jacksonville Gilhooly Monday.were ,shop- "guests, of relatives In Starke last their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Buford, Treasurer: Vermont 1 Ib. box 60c

ping Friday. and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and Novotny Cond.; Pearl Ht'rnwalJ, nt ,N?
Warwick Milk Chocolate Covered
of Lake- family. A. C.; ClfO Harley, Chaplain;
Paula McLauren
Mr. and Mrs. Vie Moncelll left Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and CHERRIES lb.
1 box
Gladys Odom Marshall Helen Willis. 49c
student -
irmerly of Starke, a Monday afternoon for their homeIn Day ,
Christmas
rida-Southern college, has Chicago, 111. after a ten-day visit family will Halnes'spend mother Mrs. B. Arriving home Wednesday fro'mEmory Organist; Grace Plxler. Ruth; r a e e Party PackagePlanters
: Alpha with Rev. at Oxford University were Gloria King Esther Bernice
ly been pledged to with Mrs. Moncelll's mother Mrs. ;
nn PI sorority J. J. Sfleox. her sister and family, F. Halnes In Altamonte Sprmgs. Kaspar Duncan, Marcus Brown Waits Electa; Maude Lappe, Peanuts ,
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and Cresaler to upend the
!Mr. and Mrs. Rene' Garcia, and Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Woodham. Jr. Billy Warder; and Harry Lappe, Sen.

'and Mrs. Pete Borras and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. I will spend the holidays at their holidays families. with their respective tlnel..

'ranees Durden of Jackson- William Silcox. home In Penaacola and with relatives -
each were visiting Mr. and I d'' r

R. Johns, Mrs A. A. Dur- Mrs. L. J. Green and children, In Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Robert Turner started Fla. Crystals Pure Granulated Cane Jane Parker

id' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch Judy and Archie, Mrs. P. M.j studentat work Monday at the National
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Miss! Joann pinklns; '
iturday. Barefoot and Becky Phillips were Thursday Guard Warehouse, Camp Bland- DA.8U'TARKE S '
U. of F., returned home bag
Gainesville Thursday afternoonof Ing, as secretary for Lt. Smith,
In i I the holidays with her FL-: SUGAR 45C StuffedBREAD
Sidney Shuford of Lawtey last week. ', i to spend Mr. and Mrs. L. F. the position formerly held by Mrs .
fr mother, Mrs. Ben Hall. I i parents. also Marcus Brown, who realgne4Mr.
ke were shopping in Gaines- Dr. anti Mr M. B. Herlong are I Dlnktns. The Dlnklnses ,will Fri., Sat. Dec.21.22

MdajrHaines. having their Christmas with Mrs. have as holiday guest John Hagenof and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell will BIG DOUBLE FEATURE

Herlong's son and daughter-In-law Martlnvllle\ Va. Mrs.well C. Din-be leave at the end of the week for Cherokee Uprising Eight O'clock COFFEE

U II. of Wake For- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wiggins, in kins of Jacksonville Atlanta Ga. to spend the holidays T/2 Ib. If.
,allege! ,. N. c. Ie home for then Jacksonville.Mr. Christmas day guest of Mr. and I with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beck With Whip Wilson, Andy Clde
1 lb 2OX
with his parents, Rev. andD. Mrs. Dlnklns.Dr. and family. ANDWabash bag 17C 3 Ibe bag

Halnes. They also have and Mrs. John Simpson of 2.25

/day guests Mr. and Mrs. Hyattsvllle, Md. are spending the and Mrs B. A. Pope and Mrs. M. F. Hazen had as Wednesday Avenue
Iron of S. C. Bob and Mary Lois,
Wedgefleld holidays with Mrs. Simpson'smother children Ben, guests, her mother Mrs.
Betty Grablft, Vic Mature,
Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. of Norfolk, Va. will arrive Sundayt LIllie Cone, and her niece, Pattle :
and Mrs! Charles Hardy spend the holidays with Mrs.Popo's PbU Harrta' iONATOMATOES
> .
Ann Plummer, of Brooker.Mr.
Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs., Mrs Daisy Perryman returned parents Judge and Mrs. A. Also "Mutiny on the Bunny"Cartoon

'cCauley! in Palatka Sun'nd to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Z. Adklns. The Adklnses will also : and Mrs. J. E. Hlldebran and Serial "Roar of 19 or. can

Del Colley, Sunday after spendingthe havethe rest of their family and children, Cary and Linda, the Iron Horse"Sun. 6C /f
i
past month with another home for Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. spent Saturday in Gainesville.Mr. S.l 1 1S
> Mrs. w. H. Thomson daughter, Mrs. Marlon Moore, Jr. Fred Guy and children. Jane and .. Mon Dec 23, 21

alllily of Monticello are in Blackahear, Ga. She was accompanied Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of
ar the holiday with their here by Mrs. Moore all of Gainesville. Short I ANN PAGE PURE GROUND
" the F F. stumps. and daughters. Diane and Marilyn, ,I Adklns, Jr. Wilmington Dela. arrive Sunday!I Grass a
few with the T. T.
to days
spend a
and Jimmy Davis who spent the 2nd Lt. J. W. Andrews, Jr., of Rod Cameron. Johnny Mack 1 oze can
Velda Channell and son. I Longs. Brown Plus "Hrp Cat" Cartoon SAGE
I; of Jacksonville are hollrU day. Fort Sill Okla. will be home for 18C 1

of) Mrs. Channell's Ewell Lawson and the holidays with his parents Mr. Sen. and Mrs Charley E. Johns and News 1 e es

lira" Ralph Begue and fami- Mr and Mrs.and Miss Pat Sleg and Mrs J. .W. Andrews, Sr. will have as holiday guests Mrs. .
son, Jimmy I Tuetc DEC. 25 ONLY
A. M. Pettit of Gainesville, Mrs.
week
spend a
to
are leaving: today Miss. Minnie Bessent entertainedthe IT HAPPENEDONE PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
with the Lawson'* son, Jerry at Josephine David of Baldwin Mrs.
and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Air Base, San Antonio : Canasta Club at a Christmas. Huldah Morgan and Mr. and Mrs
Lackland
sutler were visiting Mr. andy Texas. They will be accompaniedbv party Tuesday evening, at which James Dlffenbaugh of Jackson NIGHT dexo 3 Ib. can OftC

. B. Rosier and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gottberg and time Mis. Juanita Bessant was ville. dark Gable and Claudette I

yd> Green Tuesday. 'Harold Knowles. who are driving 'also honored. Colbert!

their own* car to Join Mrs. Gott- Kay Rowland left yesterday for Cartoon and News .

and Mrs. A. I. Sasser and hfrg'n husband also at LacklandAir Miss Thelma Green and Nancy Apalachlcola! to spend the holidays .

'"d Mr!. Vernon Sasser of Base. / with her brother-in-law and sister, %Wed Thur. De. 26 27 ,
I Ann Dally, spent the ,
*l1o and Mary

'Plerd vtiiited. Sunday.Mr..and Mrs. I. I II I Mr. and Mrs C. H. Nasworthy weekend visiting Mrs Emma Mr. and Mrs. Dwight :Marshall.Mr. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE All prices In this' ad effective thru A & P FOOD STORE

, will have as holiday guests Mr. Creech in St. Augustine. and Mr. Guy Sale and Company She Keeps I 1
*A anti Mrs. James A. Griffin and Mrs.< J. O. Deaver, Mr. and daughter Linda Kay, will be In UiabMh Scott Dennis O'Keefe Christmas eve, Monday Dec. 21th. The Great Atlantic and Parlflo Tee OH -

'lilt ndlng the Christmas holl- Mr. Carrotl) Quarterman. Mrs. Bobby Bigga of WUdwood spent ,Valdosta, Ca. Sunday to celebrate -AND- A&P Store will be closed Xmas Day. Entire Contents Copyrighted 1900

1 "d their parents. Mn. O11U Vance and Mrs. E. T. Roberts, all the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,.Christina that day with ),fro Sale's 2 Yanks In Trinidad 300 East Call St.
R.
Mr. and Mr. F.
mother, Mr. John. Sale.
Leslie Biggs.
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PAG Ee 97 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: BTARKK.! TXQRIPA FRiDAi', bFfF1'g elf
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!NOTICE.....TO.. BrndforU APPEAR C..nt,.. 1 :::::-:
Circuit ( :
I America's New ChallengerThis ("FFICJAT. OKAI.) A.I.: Thomas.of In :
Cleric. the rircnlt Court. Florldet: jl'n".a"" ; LaskerM. 'I
I CONSERVATION FARMINGBy I I, By Myrtle T P.aver. T'ep.., CIo'rk Mary A. Plaintiff. vs Your FroifCombination
Defendant
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U/H 4t 1/4/52 Moore Case No. 8793) I

George Brown, ConservationistI NOTICE'""TO""APPEAR Notice To P".M.orl', ,_ whore rneiBence i- For Crop .
f'rtat4lll I. The Irrmlt C...r. ef Florid. } To. l.aek.r
Jadlclel Clrcnlt. ,. mid ...h
KUklh i"r."hekr"bynnofed
,, that a
would like to urge those farm- Cattleman's meeting. Coopi-rator!:! For Hrnitriir Hrnlah( ?.Hall...". PlnlntlCf l. Ceanrerr.Msrtha vs." .I for You Divorce has been filed againstyou Feeding and Protection

ers Interested in ConservationFarming j I or anyone interested. In the district JuviMarlon,," Hall. Defendant.Caee In the and above are named required' Court to fhrtililtrg

; to attend the Dec. 28 program are Invited to attend l| i No 8807 and cans copy of you your answer or '
serve a
Vollce To Appear.T" .
meeting of the Bradford County this meeting: plesdlnar to the complaint on tb.Plaintiff'
Jiuti* Marlon Hall addressunknown. Hon Zach H. WILSON & TOOMElr
; Attorney
Cattlemen's Association in the The supervisors have discussed l )I 5'I 606 Lynch Bids. J ckso".
county courthouse.At the purchase of a rotary-type You are hereby notffled that a yllle"Blorlda' and file the original FER T I LIZ E '
Divorce has ,been filed l I the Clr. COMPANY
suit for Clerk of
office of the
'In the and .
I /
mowing machine but have not namxdfourt
this meeting William II.Buckhonnan against you In the above cult Court on or before the list day
I been able to decide on the most and cause and you are r''- I of December 1951 otherwise theallesratlons
Soil Survey Supervisor qnlred I to serve a copy will FLORIDAeAGRICULTURALeSUPPLY! !
for the Soil Conservation desirable make of machine for I I ewer or pleading to the :'m i tnt.1:: be taken a.of confessed said .Complaint by you. .T COMPANY
the PIIII.'f' Attorneys. Orsy. .
t .
district .
published
with knowledge b .
use. Anyone notice shall *
Service In North Florida Rlllldln"I This "
laird -
Area Waldo A Chandler -- -
of the performance of Uils CnlncHVlllo Flnrldn. and file the one each .. Bradford CountycTellegraph -
will speak on "Land Capability As Clerk weeka in the -
nfflcn of the
irlg-lnsl/ In the Sold By
A Guide for Better Land Use And type of mowing machine would bo ,"f the Circuit Court on rir before .
welcome 4 i day of 11S2 other. hated thl. 23rd day of November
I to present his views. the Hth January :
Treatment In Bradford Soil Con- -L wise. the slleiratlons tit enid Com- Ins!.
aervatlpn District. : plaint' will be taken as confessed by (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas
you. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mr Buckhannan has !had many Van H. Priest Named s This notice shsll he published E'y Myrtl. T. D.av.r Deputy Clerk CARL JOHNS
once each week for four consecutive 11/30 tt JZ/2I
years of experience In preparing Vice President Of weeks In the Bradford County Tele. -
Land Capability Maps for use by era ph.
4 feted; thla Utli liny of December, KOTICB TO APPEAR
Conservation Farmers In Florida Variety Stores GroupVan 4 1>S1OFFlCTAt. In rirrnlt I'o.... Bradford ('....t7. Starke Fla. PHONE
and other states. Attendance t. 'r''r'u ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas., Florid! .. Ckanrrrv.Avery 4
, H. Priest of Madison president a Clerk nf the Circuit' Court Burton Chase, Plnlnjlff vs
,
this talk should enable you to better By Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy Clerk Isabel N. Chase Defendant.

understand and vse the Land was elected of the vice Van president II. Priest of stores the rJ 11/14 41 1/4/51 Notice To Appear. Case No. (801 We Will Close All Day Mon. and Tae

.1 Capability Maps being preparedby NOTICE TO APPRARIn To: lea lie 1 N. Chase, whole residence ;
Limited Price Variety Stores Assn. i it Circuit Oinrt. Hradferd Conntr mid address Is: 9 Frase I
Mr. Haas our soil scientist for at a meeting of the directors In lArMnl In Chnncerr.v.mHn Street Auburn, :New York
cooperators of the Bradford District. t I. Mni-Intyre. rinlntlff' V. You are hereby notified' that a
New York City last week. The d niiMMs :M.: Mnrlntyre. DcfendnntCns stilt for Divorce award of minor
association/ is a national organ t N-O.SK.12 children. to Defendant and other relief ---------.---.-.------ --
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S. v.r r \Mlc Tn Apeenr.Tr has ben filed against' you In the
ization for the variety store trade. nindyn M M.lrTnfyr, r(ow above named Court and cause and
A meeting: of the District Board r.* > TJicht of
required. to serve a copy
Mr. Priest Is well known in hingtun Avenue Norwalk you are
Hiuith ,
of Supervisors Is scheduled your answer. or pleading to the com.
at
Starke as the local Priest store Conn. plnlnt on the Plaintiffs Attnrn.y.T. NEXT WEEK

8:30: p.m., Dec. 28 to precede the belongs to his chain. suit You for,are Divorce hereby has notified. been thst fileddarnlnnt a Frank I-sndrum ,Clarke rhe, Florida- office'
and file the original In
vou In the abovs namedCourt
of the ('1.1k of the circuit Court on
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and cause and you are required December.
of
Slat day
or before the

We will be closed Mon. and Tuesdayand Is a man'f-eye view head-on. of the new superllner UNITED 'ewer the or to pleading serve m copy to the of complainton your' an. Complaint 1951; otherwise will b allegations* taken a of* confessed said THE TELEGRAPH

I STATES at her outfitting dock In the Newport New (Va.) Ship "..ld..n, Srlden Plaintiff's" Building Attorney, Daytona. Ray by you.
wish to take this opportunity building It Dry Dock Company yard. The sleek lines of the vessel Peach Florida' end file the This.. notice week.shall for four b*consecutive puMlshedone

largest and fastest passenger ship ever built In this country make original In the office of the Clerkof each County Tel-.
wish weeks In the Bradford
to
you a Merry Christmasand the late afternoon autumn sky. The ship the Circuit Court on or Aeforathe .
a colorful pattern against
14th day of BRING
January leu grDnted I WILL YOUa
a Happy New Year now 85% completed will be 990 feet long..101'/i feet In beam and otherwise. the slleajatlons. tit said: 11151. this 28th day of November,

I will have a speed In excess of 30 knots. She will be delivered to the Complnlnt will be taken as con.reused (OFFICIAL A. :J. Thomas.
United States Lines In New York early next summer and will jot by you. Clerk ei the Circuit Court.
This' notice shall he publishedonce .
j O the !present flagship of the line the AMERICA. In transatlantic service. ench week for four consecutiveweeks / By Myrtl. T. D.aver. 11/30 J'1..ty 4t Cl.rk 1221OTI"E
In the Bradford County Tele- full page picture story
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: We want all the Pecans you have the rest STKnh.Hntcil. .
this' Uth day of December, of a local Marine recruit at
I Cookie House TO APPEAR
Christmas 1551.
of this Week .
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(OFFICIAL SEAL A. :J. Thomaa. I. Clrcnl C. Bradford. Coonty.Florida
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Clerk of the Circuit Court. I In C.
By Myrtl. T. Deavpr. Deputy Clerk William Christopher Knapp Plaintiff
4 ;,WE WILL PAY HIGHER PRICES stM 11/14 4t 1/4/62 Defendant.V. Dorothy Elisabeth Casa No.Knapp.8789

;' Thru The Week Xmas to New Years NOTICE'-TO APPR4RIn Notice Te Appear.To .
Elisabeth Knapp BOOTCAMP
Circuit "0.. Bradford County: : Dorothy
1 Florida I. C hancerr.neltv whoa residence and address ,Is- 260Irv'nll'

: y, Ray WillisBaldwin June Baldwin, Defendant.ofle rtalntlff.. vs. You Avenue are hereby., Brooklyn notified New that York.a
; R. H. GREEN JR. C.. No 1124 suit for Divorce has been. filedaaalnst

Tn App.... you In the above named.
To Court and] cause and you are required
Ray Willis Baldwin, whose
321 Temple Avenue residence. Is418 Hashford Lane, to serve a copy of your an.ewer
or pleading to the coviplalnton
Alexandria. Virginia.
( You the Plaintiff's Attorney T Frank
ar hereby notified that
t dVil stilt for divorce has been a Landrnm. Stark. Florida, and file
riled against you In the shore named the original In the office of the

Court and cause and you are. required Clerk before. of the the 24th Circuit day of Court December on or,
to serve a of
y TURKEY DINNER copy your answer
of
or pleading to the complaint 1991; otherwise the allegations
:t an the Plaintiffs Attorney, Evan said Complaint will b* taken. as confessed
' T. Evans and Neal D. Kvans, Jr. by you.
. WITH ALL THE lilt raw Rxchsnge Building. Jacksonville This notice shall b* published
TRIMMINGS
" Florida and file the original one each week for four consecutive Vie are proud to present this
'. In the office of the Clerk of the weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph unusual feature made possibleby
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circuit, Court on or before the 14th
I, 4'k day of January 1852; otherwise Jlftll'd this 20th day of November the cooperation of official
the allegations of said Complaintwill !
" b. taken a. confessed by you OFFICIAL,. fAthe A :3. Thomas. Marine Photographers at the
This notice shad o* published Clerk Circuit Court.
Parris Island
Recruit Station.
once each week for four connectitlv By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk
weeks In the Bradford County Tele, 11/23 4t 12/14 .
lI".o"h.Url"led.
\ this' 7th dny of December
I t .. Circuit Court. Bradford Ceo.ry, You've heard a lot about the tough grind
, ; (OFFICIAL R15T A. J. Thomas, Florldai, .. Ch.....",..
?' r Clerk of the Circuit Court Joan Hazel 1 Miller Plaintiff V*.
in those first few
recruits through days
; By Myrtl T. Deaver Deputy Clerk Robert. Kay Miller, Defendant go
ra.m Case. No 8R29
12/14 4t 1/4/53 Order Of Publication And N.tle T. at Boot Camp. this is your chance to see a

''I A cookie cottage makes an original! centerpiece for the Christmas I In (Irrnlt ( ...r.. llrnUnrd c.....", Appear. .Stat Of Florldn Tot .
F ,table. And when dinner is over It can b. enjoyed by the sw tttoothsrs. MvrtlB KlorMni.. Carver.IV <'II t\t'..:tty. Hubert enol Ray l address Miller, Is AES. : VF-171 whose IT.S resldence 8KH Bradford County boy going through the

$1.75 Per Plate Th. house is made of sugar wafers cemented together I D. (Carver Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Eugene .e- <;Vc/* Fleet Post Office, mill. Don't miss this unusual picture story
with a confectioners' sugar' paste and reinforced with toothpicks. Cnne Nn. SS09 Snn Francisco. Calif:

r, Served Christmas Day--12 Noon to 6 P.M. Sugar' and gumdrops decorate th. yard and a'chocolate bar forms I Order tpneari Of Publicationatt Notice To January You are 14 required 1953, In the to. above appear named on in next week'sBradford
Store
the door. Detailed Instructions on building this cookie house are In- I if Pli.rlda Tilt Court and' cause. wherein plaintiff .
eluded In a 3-psge Cookie Cookbook In Novembers Good House Is Kuirene Unknown Ti Carver, whose residence seeks divorce. Bradford County
; Please Make Reservations keeping Magazine :You : Telegraph, shall publish. this OrderIn
are required to
appear on next four weekly Issues. I IWltneea
rnnuary T, 1903 In the above named hand and official I I
PHONE WALNUT Penny Post Cards total of 2220000. Court and cauie, wherein plaintiff seal at Slarke.my Florida.. this
AVERY INN The most recent permits Issued seeks divorce. support money, etc. her 11. lent.OFFICIAL 1. D.c.m-I I Telegraph
1C STREETWe To Double In'Price Hrndfordr-ountv Telegraph. shall ( SEAL!' ) A. J. Thomas, i County
., have been to C. J. Malone for publish thl. Order In next four As Clerk of said Court I IPir

\, will be in Our New Location on U. S. 301 after the Beginning Jan. 1 construction of a home In Andrews weekly Wltne Issues.my hnnd and official Chss Myrtle R. Hess T. Denver.204-05 Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life I

i Subdivision and L. F. Dlnklns seal at starke, Florida this Deiem.OFFICIAL Building, Jacksonville. Florida.
first of the and will -'---
i year appreciate her I. 1851. -.-----------'-'
1/4/52 --
for Plf. 1214t -
Jackson and Church Streets for a Altys.
i il: your patronage After January 1. the penny postcard ( .SI'! \I.) A. J. Thomas ___ Xd k* II, like a lot of other relics of home now under construction of As Clark of said Court. *$*
Bv Myrtle T. D."vel'. Deputy Clerk.
". Church Street.
"the good old days", will be gone 'h..lO. V ''**". 04-os "uaranty Life

,1 -.-.----------------.-.. forever. Uncle Sam said he was Iildg' ..,Jackoonvllle, PlaAttys. .
NO'I'U'I'] TO AI."II for Plf. J2/T 4t '
12/28
, losing too much money In the post In Circuit lour, Bradford Countr.Flortilni fCHRISTMAS SPECIAL'
t, .. ('h...cvrr. I.. Circuit ('..nrt. llrailfonl
office and will tack County
'. department Marv. Kstherln Hllva. Plaintiff v.. Klorlilai In <.........."".
another cent on to the penny postcard Manuel\ J. Hllva Defendant. F.orralne Hchnabel Plaintiff "..

; in order to help make up the Ttt App..... Cans No. 1811Nafle Kenneth J. Hchnabel Defendant

deficit. To: Manuel J. 1'1' II V". whose Iftut Order Of Pnhllrsclon. Cane Nn ssn.1
And
Nntlc To
The local known residence. end. address, I>was. O, Appear ,Stale of Plorlria Till| i
CHIISTMAS rate on "drop letters"will lleneral Delivery Washington that Pvt Kenneth: Schnabel.. whoseresldenc I LADIES.
Ton are hereby notified a
also be increased from one suit for Divorce h.s' been filed and address Is13101 I SOS. .
M4tb T. C. : .
cent to two cents on Jan. 1. After asalnst you In the above named / Area Malnt. 8qd.. MAFII Panllnl
Ilempsted I..
Court and ranee and you are required 1. "New
that date you must put a two cent York: _
to nerve a copy of your an. have heard about -
stamp on a letter for delivery In iwr or pleadlnft-a to the compliant Yon are required to appear on u you
January 7. 19M. In the shove named
the Plnlnllff's Attorney, Cnrlos
the city. instead of the presentone on!IL llainer, 104 West Unlvarsity Ave. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
cent. nii*, tlaine.vllle.> Florida, and file seeks divorce, custody. of minor v "fi> I/
Ihe orlKlnnl In the office. of the child and other relief Pradford, THIS NEW
The local( post office expects to Clerk of the Circuit Court on or lie- County Telegraph. shall publish thl. '
for the 14th day. of January 1962; Order, rn next four weekly lee,,... G AUTOMATICMAGIC '
have a supply of the new two cent otherwise the allegation, of salil Witness mv hand nnd official'
Complaint will be taken as confessed seal at Storke., Florida. this No-
cards by: the first of the year. by you. vemher SO. 1H51.
This notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SRAL> A.I.: "'hnm"..
once earn week for four nonnerutlvewiieka A. Clerk of said Court. i
and accept bestSEASON'S Building PermitsSigns In the Bradford County Tele. itv Myrtle T. Denver. Deputy Clerk CHEF
graph. Alan c. Winter' Jr. 43 Smith Build.
l hated till IZth day of December Ing, :Jacksonville' Florida..
of growth and development loll. Attys. for Pit. 12/7 4t 1221OT''I'
WISHESfrom continue to be noted in the tOKFICIAT. SEAT.' \ ) A.I.: Thomss. s
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Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy ] OP tPPI.I..tT.O'l(
City. Building permits for the Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk FOR 'flY .nn

month of December have already: 1J/14 4t 1/4/68 NOTICK IS IIKRRIIY O1VEN r RANGE E
that T. :J. Alderman'
the
The Massachusetts Protective Association Inc. holder ef
exceeded those of last month In M>TICR TO APPRAI1 the following.certificates hs.
The Paul Revere Life Insurance Co. .. Circuit, (....t. Bradford C..aty.Fl. certificates filedsaid I MODEL 26A
value, although the month is lit- ...... lit C......,.. he leaned thereon. for The a tax Deed to
certificate
NATHAN N. PREVATT tle more than half gone.Value Marjorle. Defendant.'ark.'*.. I'lalntlff Cane VS No.footerIMrks. IS.11fftlc description Numbers and of Years the of Issuance, the .
property, and the f
I SPECIAL AGENT of permits issued for November -' :* To:.Lester Ttt Appear}',uk..., wh'''.. resMenra ns names follows In which: It was amesaed are. COMPLETELY

1016 N. E. 15th Place ( totaled 118,14000. This and address In: V.T Ocean Avenue,
Gainesville Florida Phone 8331 Brooklyn 2(1( New York. Certificate. No 51 Year of ....-

---- .... .... .. ..... ... months values have reached a You are hereby notified that a ance Description May' SI, .A of nun.Property
cult for Divorce has been filedagainst : NEU of INSTALLED
NRH: of NWVJ. "Section 14 g
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r.- .
S South' Range it Rast.: 10
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cause re.
-- -- you
quired to eerve a copy of your an- Name In which assessed. : C. C b c
awe or pleadlns to, the complainton Ounter. ONLY
: WELL----WHATDAYA------------ Certificate No 71 Year of Issuance
the Plaintiff. Attorney T. Frank 9950
I.andrum Stark., Florida and file Msv at. A D 1847.Description .
the orlclnal, In the office of the of Property BWl of Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ".. RW<4. Section' 14. Township I South trft
fore the<< 14th day of January 1982' Rsna-e 21 Ka.et.: 40 Acres. This beautiful Magic Chef gas range
REMINGTON SLASHES PRICE otherwise, the allegation of .alb Name .In which assessed. : :John is
Complaint will be taken aa confessed Johnson.Certificate. specially priced during our Holiday
by you. JTo S7. Year of Issn- Special. It
Thla notice snail be published ance May II. A T>. 1040. brings you top performance -
NON-SUBTRACTING once each week for four ooneecutlv* Deacrlptlon of Properly: WU Cnr t plus long-lasting d pendabiJip -
"KM: of NWH Ex t-A In "W
weeks
ON ADDING MACHINE In the Bradford County T.le.
i MODEL 7i7i.5 s-raph. W 1-A of KH: of PR 4 of N\VH, ty. It has so many exclusive features. Small 1

Dated this 12th day of December, lection IS. Town.hlp 1 South Range: such as the Red Wheel heat DOWN PAYMENT ;
: oven
1lSl. 11 Rast 1!} Acres.Nam \}
PLUS FROM $127 TO $120 Clerk of the Circuit Court PellCertificate g Bal IN 18 MONTHSONLY
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TERMS IF DESIRED against ault for you Divorce In the has above been named flied. droas.fnless: In which assssed: J. :J.

Court and rauaa and you are required such certificate ..r eer.tlflcstca ,
to serve a, copy off your An. shall h. redeemed aceordlo -
awe or plesdln. to the Complaint tn law the property described
WHY DELAY SEE TODAY on the Plalntlffe Attorney T. Frank In such certlflcat or certificates i
Tjindrum Stark' Florid and file will bo sold to the highest bidder"
lb. orla-lnal In the office of the at the Court Hone door f>n the first GAS & APPLIANCE CO.:
Clerk nf the Circuit Court on or be. Monday ,In the month rf January
fore the 14th day of January 1953otherwise ; 1951. which la the 7th day of Jan. 8
Bradford Co. Telegraph the allegations el said nary 19(1.
1) I ,Complaint wilt b* taken as eon- Dated this ftb day of December

I f.ee.d This by notice you. shall r>. published 19S1 c 149 W. CALL ST. STARKE, fL.rw .\- i

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I "' A Himui 3s Born HEILBRONN I BAYLESS HI\WAY them Uncle over John In Lake and City.Aunt Sally


Kelly and Mrs. Omage Roster ofRalford
Marian Norman BY Mr* O. E. CrosbyRayless
r By
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BY CLINT CONNER are visiting C. C. Crosbyand

family this week,

)-:;? : p Mrs. T. N. and Mrs. The New !River Church Sunday News School J. r.... Johns of New River spent

Eldon Sapp were hostesses for the with the O E. .
mass meeting met with Baylcss Sunday Crosby
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-- lunch workers at a
County room
I Hlway church Mr. and Mrs H. B. Kelly, Mrs.
Church Methodist Church Christmas party In the school Tuesday night.
Iptist I I Away In A Manger lunchroom Friday night, After an Refreshments of cake and coffee Kate Murphy, Mrs. J. W. Gentry'

were served to the 80 people and Eagle Crosby were shopping
pres-
Christmas music will The First Methodist Church of hour of group game directed byMrs.
I; lal! the choir oflilt Starke I tender carolWith Futch member of the school ent by the host church. Rev. Rod- In Gainesville Tuesdayor rather
If bj brought by cordially Invite you to attend A fighting man writes a a ford delivered an Inspirational wading/ and running around In the
Baptist Church of Starkegunday services! of worship on Christ faculty, chicken salad sandwiches
and dared defy the emperor. small flood which fell In the city.
at the 11 o'clock hour mas Sunday, Dec. 23. Church ashes of religious martyrs strewn over Europe the court of Charles V the most fruit cake and coffee were served. message.

ship! Each Sunday during School begins at 9:45: every Sunday a perpetual aerie of court battles and prospects Kentle.But The as a same rule the Luther strongest who boldly men are nailed hla CS: I Gift 'were distributed to all present Sun seemed! good to hoar that Welt holidays are here again for

I'mbeV the choir has broughtChristinas morning.The of being burned at the stake, none but the thesis on the chapel door and publicly burned tile About BO persons attended our new church la completed except teachers, pupils and cafeteria

music, and the 11 o'clock most resolute character would have dared oppose papel edict of excommunication loved! nothing mar and all reported a nice time. for varnishing the woodwork.The workers We all have so much
aI, church service authority of the ancient: Roman Church Bat Mantin than peaceful hours at home with his family. steps were poured Saturday. planned to do I bet we don't do
message baa been on the Sunday morning will be Luther resolute character. Reformer gathered The Hellbronn School presented -
',r's a Family wo I most : On Christens, 1530.: the fighting W* Invite everyone to stop by and much but alt and decide what we
"Gods Love". This Sundaythe Service with families urged to attend Luther has been labeled "the shameless monka his fromntheBible. and read torte UW. the annual Christmas program see the church and
choir directed by Mr together. Special Christmas child: of the devil" and "a barbarous writer toe Nativity Then ha took his Tuesday morning, with members even give UK a should do first.
L, and the organist music will include and demagogue.:. The leader of Euro tt'l religious lIOn Hans <( nova numbers by all Reformation has also been called "an extrlorcboaryenlus" carol. It la one of the tenderest of all cbUdnll'sson. Don't forget Church and Sunday
the
Julia Lawson, the Pastor's"age three Methodist Choirs--Senior "an Inspired personality" and "the .. and has been sung for more than four centuries The closing feature of the program School Sunday and, happiest person In Bradford
will\ be the "Love of Cod Youth and Children's-and a champion of conscience and individual freedom." at cradles all ever the world. Some hymn was the presentation of a Sunday County. Seems as though Santa
soprano solo by Miss The light In which Luther might be regarded depend books do not give the name of the author at all and play by the 7th and 8th grade. depicting night. Everyone la Invited to at came to see him early and left I
mat' Virginia *, of course, on which: side of the controversy scholar say the author I* unknown. Other
some the scene. Follow- tend.We him a nice Television set for his )
Youth choir manger
Ei'nday, evening {the Sewell, who will sing "Jesu Bam lies the individual's sentiment .hymnalo i U claim Luther wrote at lea the first were all saddened by the .
lag the the school closed birthday and Christmas. I know
Ling several Christina hymn bino". The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell But none can deny that Martin Luther led a two stanias as well as the music. program death of S.
Icirols In an evening of music will preach on the Christmas strenuous and eventful life, that he was resolute So while adults argue their points of theology for' the Christmas holiday, giving Richard Clark early It will mean lots to him as ha has 1
and history records the most heinous of crimes In the and teachers two- Saturday morningMr.. Clark hasbeen to slay in bed all the time.
|. congregational singing led byTpianoorganduo theme, "Love Came Down at and determined In his convictions: and that he was I children a .\
homageat
of religion little children pay a resident! of
our
dauntless In purpoee.I was bona to fight with the name week, vacation. community
and directed Merry Christina to one and all!
Christmas.
devils and factions," be once said, ". let me speak! Christmas to one who gave ills life in the hop Local New. for a number of years. lie has
[;the(, pastor. The message of The Senior and Intermediate the truth with too great severity than once act the that grown men might live as bee of) hatred as been 111 for several months. We Please don't eat too much turkey -
Happy Hour will be hypocrite. Nor would a timid soul have stood in children for whom these line were written( : Those shopping In Jacksonville
evening
Methodist Youth have
Fellowships will extend our heartfelt sympaUiy to or you may to see a
Saturday were Rev. and Mrs S.
|j Can Bless" the third In a meet at 6:30: for their Thee Lord Jesuit! his ,
Can". p.m. regular Away In a manger I love j. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Darby family doctor and that will spoil all your
/j on "Gud program meetings No crib for a bed. Look down from the iky Community1: News
nankins and daughters and Mr. holiday fun.Green .
nay School meets 9:43: with The little Lord Jesus And stay by my cradle
and departments for all The Senior Choir, directed by Laid down His sweet head; Till morning Is nigh. and Mrs Dutch Harley and chil Mrs. Floyd Crosby and her ala

ws'jupervlsed by Dr. W. C. Mrs. Don H. Parker and accompanied The stars In the sky ter, Mr. Harry Broadway were Corn GrowingIn
,
dren.Our
Training Unions by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Looked down where He lay Be near me. Lord JesuaI community extends sympathy visiting their brother and sister-

[dhant Jr. will sing the Christmas cantata, The little Lord Jesus, I oak Thee to stay to the S. R. Clark family of in-law, Mr. and Mr. Arthur Ben ImportanceAs
directed J. T.
: by
6:13.
at : Close by me forever.Aiid .
er Asleep the
on hay. v.
"The Nativity" by Roger C. Wilsonat the: nett In Tavares Monday.
Lwn for church'membership love me I pray; Bayles Highway community I Money ProducerFlorida
the regular Sunday evening The cattle ore lowing Bleu oil the dear childrenIn In the i recent death of their loved Sorry to see Oscar Crosby on .
ping.Lidweek church service at 7:30: Thy tender core, the sick list,
', service will be held asId p.m. The Baby awakes. one seems a* though he grown corn-on-the-cob.
Christmas But little Lord Jesus, And take MS to heaven.To Mr. and :Mr*. Bobby Beam and has the "flu" or virus X or something the state's newest commercial
following Day, with Thee there.Dtatrlhtited .
live
dthe announcement awaited by At The Tabernacle ,. No crying He makes; daughter of Georgia visited her which la In the air. vegetable Crop, cashed in more

fix concerning the Watch Night -- parents, Mr. and Mr*. Jimmy Simmons Saw the newly wed Frances than $7 million In the 1050-01 sea

liCe to be held Jew! Year's eve An unusual Christmas message, a a over the weekend. Crosby'' Callahan and hubby visitIng son Of this total an estimated
with Luke 1126.38: as the foun- .+ a a"' eI Roy Morgan of Jacksonville France
be made fully next week. A family, the R. R. $300,128 went to Bradford County

I Hal Invitation I Is extended to dation, was delivered by the spon- spent the weekend with his Crosbys, Monday night.Birthday grower.

[lent and visitor alike to wor- sor at the Tabernacle Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Morgan Party Florida farmers ha-'e furnished

P during the Christmas Season morning. The Christmas holidays and family Mr*. 0, E. Crosby and Mrs. Lon. green corn for local consumption '
took after The Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Watson
i at all times at the First Bap- on a deeper meaning nle Crawford entertained! with a since earliest times, but not until

i Starke, where a friendly) wel- this meditation on the Babe In theManger ( .. .hKeystone. IlI..rrn..4 p.ra __....... ______ .....: plan to spend Christmas with their joint birthday party for their son, the last five or six years has the
children In Jacksonville. They will
me la always found. music broadcast from theIr Nell and Sherman Friday night, crop reached significant commercial -
Ithe I 10 Monday afternoon to be therein
"The Gift of Christmas Carols"
at Intervals. all throughthe at I the home of Mrs. O. E. Crosby proportions.
will HeightsHoliday LAWTEY\ time to help the grandchildren
ristian ChurchAs be presented of each Sunday carol evening.The will be !! holidays. enjoy Santa Claus. Outdoor gamp were enjoyed durIng Fast harvesting and pre-cooling,

story Council calls attention to the L. II. futon Mr. and Mrs. B. L Egger and the evening and refreshments attractive packaging, the development
read before It Is In Its
approach this Christmas presented Events work done on the streets lately. family of Jacksonville were guestsof of birthday rake and hot chocolatewere of new hybrid varieties of

..son, and are remembering toe musical setting. They are In better condition than Mr. and Mrs. N. nerved by the hostesses assisted sweet corn and the protective use
T. Norman
gifts, also remember the real,' The Christmas program will be The Keystone Heights School they have' been for some time. Mrs. J. P.Vyrlck, Mrs. Pearl last weekend. by Miss Elizabeth Crawford., of new insecticides are the main

.( meaning of Christmas-.the presented Monday night, Dec. 24, will hold its Christmas party and Some headway has been made alsoIn Campbell Mrs. O. J. Phillips, and C'hurrh NfO\U The young men received many reasons for thn rapid expansionof

'h of our Lord and Saviour. at 7:30: p.m. Readings, recitations, program on Friday, Dec 21, at cutting grass and weeds Miss Elizabeth Terry attended a The Hellbronn church will have lovely gifts All a momenta of this sweet corn production In the

I Him first, not only In remem- and musical numbers will be fea- one o'clock. Parents are invited. White Christmas: Planned Christmas party at the Hellbronn Its annual Christmas occasion About 50 guests enjoyed State.
Satur
The Keystone Heights Woman'aClub play I
-nj his birth but also that He tured. The Community Church will Springs School on Friday night of this affair
will hold a Birthday Partyon day Dec. 22, at 7:30: p.m.CnU An estimated 25.800/ / acre was J
last week This is an annual affair
I (for Live for Him at thison hold
us. a "White Christmas" party Saw
In Florida
Dolph and Trudle Crosby planted to sweet corn
New Year's Jan. 1 In the
Day
I In which all school lunch room !
and all year through. You Presbyterian Church club house. There will be a and program on Friday, Dec 21, OF THANKS of Lake City around last week sayIng last season Ninety-one per cent
program workers are interested and it rotates
live for him by keeping the Sunday School at 945.: : and refreshments and a good at 7:43: : In the Club house. Every the various schoolsof We wish to thank everyone who hello to every one Haven't of the crop was shipped out of the i
among
-manrtment of assembling our- Friendship Class 10 a.m. time: for all. It will be open house body Is Invited to come and bringa the county. .-, was so kind to us following the seen them for quite a long time. State.
'el upon the first day of the gift (wrapped In white) for Inns of Dolph has been having some dental
home by fire. We of the Florida State
11 a.m. Horning service con- for all the community. Don't Mr. and Mrs. Alva A Cook and our Reports :
Santa (
Clans to
ducted by Rev. L. A. Shepherd. forget the date, Jan. 1, 1052. in distribute. Most small son, Charles Allen, are' take this mean of expressing our I work done.Speaking. Marketing Bureau rank sweet corn i
Bible School begins tt 10 a.m.li of these gifts will to a mission
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening the evening go spending the Christmas holidays deep gratitude for your thoughtf of dental work, saw as the seventh moat valuable! fresh .
C VV Colson I school In the Tennessee
as BUperin- at 7 p.m.Church Capt. Edward A. Timmins arrived Sunday with 'relatives in Shreveport, La. nines*.-Mr. and Mrs. J. W.' Daisy Norman Saturday She had vegetable crop produced In Plot1; '!
,
dent. I mountains A fund of $120 1 Is
I
home on Saturday from The L. H. Futches were business Thomas and family just received some new toothlea .ida today.
Morning! Service 11 a.m. Lord'slper being rained to take care of an I
at 1115.: : Sermon subject I of ChristCorner Sculthorp Royal Air Force Station, orphan In Korea. A special visitor to Gainesville last Satur .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A AA..AAAAAAAAaAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJL.The ----- Y
England. Along with Mrs. Tlm
hat Does Christmas Mean to 10th and McMuhon fering will go toward that fund.Tarl.a.dh. day.Mrs.
a 9'The mills, the former Carrie Lou Williams Miming or-I Louis H. Hill, a student of

Bible School-10 A. M. and their two children, : Florida Southern College; In Lakeland 1 l
Christmas will bed At the PTA Carnival over
program Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: Paula and Edward 1i) Jr., heill I arrived list Friday to spend .,
at 7:30: p.m. Sunday evening month ago a large tarpaulin borrowed
P.M. Christmas at the home of
spend
the Christmas holidays at her r-
I from Don
is Invited. Pangborn wan
everyone cordially Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Mr. and Mrs. J. A Williams en home here ,
\Way you have the merriest of lost or misplaced. The committeewho .
7:30 P M.
each Wednesday : Santa Fe Lake. Capt. Timmins
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and
''I this Christmas Day. borrowed it feels responsible
Everyone welcome. recently was navigator on a B-43! and would son, Billie, spent last Saturday In
Homer Swindall, Minister.IMark's greatly appreciate any ,
Jet Bomber which set the unofficial Jacksonville (

St. Edward's Catholic world's speed record from Information knows concerning it. If tiny one any thing about its
( Episcopal Labrador to England. His crew Tike annual Christmas party ol : ,;
Rev Richard Lyons pastor whereabouts please communicatewith :! : :
of three officers also set theworld's the
Lawtey Horns Demonstration
The Christmas service In St. Sunday Mass at 0:13: : a. m. I Mr Pangborn Mi'*. E. H. ?
record for Jet airplane en- I
'irks Episcopal Church will be Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Cooper, or Mrs. If. L. Morgan.HAMPTON. Club was held In the school cafe 4 ," .' P ,
durance last (
\ Confessions Saturday 7:30: ( to September 'apt. teria on Friday night. The Christmas '*
tiered
in by a of sea. / / '
program Timmlns will be stationed at Lack. story wan. read from the Bible ,j ., "
'.
hal music at 11:30: o'clock Mon- 8:30: P.M. ""v
bourn A. F. B. at Columbus Ohio '
Children' Catechism Classes, by Mrs. Effle Miner. Mr. H. C. '
y night, Dec 24. after the holidays. I
Wednesday, 4:00: P.M. Kelly gave a reading, et'plng o'
There will be the customary Mr. and Mrs. Lame F. Smith Christmas", after which the group .

r''oration of the Holy Communion and two daughters, Sallle Drake Ry hire M. C. Sweeney enjoyed singing Christmas Carols
Church of God8th and Elizabeth Jean from Niagara
'''h to an accordion accompaniment by
a brief meditation Rev.
by &: St. Clair Sta. Falls N. Y. will visit through the Merry Christmas, First Timers! Miss Mary Ann Well After en-
"d Yerkes, rector A c rdlal School 10 a.m. holidays with Mr. Smith's mother, of .
Sunday "Hang up the. Baby's stocking, joying refreshments spiced tea.
(icome Is extended to all to be Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mrs. Ivan M. Bernkopf at her Be sure you don't forget cookies, and randy, gifts were ex

went I Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. winter home'in Keystone Heights. For the dear little dimpled changed. Those enjoying this. affair .

I lY. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. :MIss Anne Walrath Is home for Darling were Mrs. A, H. Harley, Mrs Telegraph

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m the holiday from Agnes Scott Has never seen Christmas yet!" H. C. Harley. Mrs. Effln Miner,

College.Mrs. A very Happy first Christmas Mrs. .1, E. Wall. Mrs. E. M. Blount,

WAIT I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Huntley Red f earn enter I IJI extended to Marylou ,Cooper, Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, Mrs. J. S.

ClirRCH tained with five tables of bridge Willie Rhoden Tommy Chastaln, Eunice Jr., Mrs. P. L. DlnklnsMr .

Sunday School 10 a.m. last; Tuesday evening. Melody May, Valerie Gray, Sharon *. W. R. Warnock, Mrs. J. W ;

:n r r." I".. a sew. .. Pie Morning Service 11 a.m. The Southerland are moving Into Brown Debby Hill. Bonnie Pen- Schultz, Mrs. J. J. Smith Mrs

M11. .rnb sisal rr"nd"..t.rtd. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. their new home this week. nell, Debra Hardy, Patricia John- H. T. Bennett, Miss Dorothy *Ross, ,

... Prayer Meetings Wednesday Their son. Walter Finnigan, a son and Ronnie Hlnson. Mis Mary Ann Wells, and Calvin for

Call Florida Renderers night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night student In the University of Virginia The Community Christmas tree Blount 111

'". Prompt nrmoviil .f Demi. 7:15: : p.m. will spend Christmas with ,' V-JV "',' :
Birthday Tarty
and children's
i
'npplvil or Worlhlr.a Ilrr.tork -H. Gorstra, Pastor program will be
them., held on Christmas Eve at 7:30: In Mrs. A A. Cox entertained at
Ph. Gainesville 3330 Collect The Wiggins family will spend the School auditorium.The her home on Saturday of last week
.. Pencil Sharpener Weal Christmas In North Carolina.
Midget
with for her
Boy' club enjoyed an over a birthday party son,
Starke 132 for home use. Only $1.83.-Brad Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson will go night camping trip l last Friday Charles Alien. The Christmas Idea .

ford County Telegraph. to Greensboro 'N. C. for Christ. with R. C. Gray, Jr. and Floyd was carried out In decorations

mas. I Lucky as Counselors. I gam'es, favors, and refreshments Christmas

Your correspondent hopes to get Mitts.. Kathryn Weest arrived After some time spent playing

as far an. Jacksonville for the holi Saturday by plane from Elizabeth.N. Indoor games, those present were

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. day. J. to spend the holiday with given small Christmas stockings

I'miviiul Reunion her mother, Mrs. Thomas F. and Santa Clause. for favor to betaken

Brown. home. Refreshments of
I Mrs. Merna Clemens of Hlllcrest
.' Lewis D. Haines, Pastor and Keystone Heights left thin. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cox left brick Ice cream and birthday cake

Jefferson & Court Streets":"In The Heart Of Town week Washington, D. C to Wednesday for Miami to spend were served. Charles was two
I the holiday with their son and years old that day and seven pre
Pastorium 130 visit her daughter. While there,
231
PHONES; Office school age'children were Invitedto
I daughter and their
she hopes to meet a brother whom respective 7
families. enjoy the party with him.
Morning Christmas Message she has not seen for 46 years. If
I Mr.V. Each child was
II. accompanied by an
"The Love of God Incarnate" he Is not able to make the trip to spent several days Maxwell In Jacksonville recently older persons. The elders reported ..f.... .'.
Washington she will continue on
Evening Message "GOD CAN-Bless" visiting and shopping. having equally as nice time as the
his home in Ptttnburg. New
__ ., to
v Mr. J. F. Johnson and grand children, and all are looking forward .
The of their
Hampshire. story reunion
SUNDAY SERMONS\ -11:00: A.M., 7:30: P.M.: is a rather dramatic one. daughter Mitts Frankle Jean to Charles's\ next birthday

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:15: P.M. Forty-six years ago her older Singleton, left Thursday for Ft. Mr. H. C. Wainwright, Mrs: H.
\ 7:30 P.M. Myers to visit E. Priest and Mrs. P. L. Dlnkins
_MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, brother, Byron McLeod left home Mr. and Mrs. Leo
were shopping In Gainesville
Singleton and family. on
and for all these years has had
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR no contact with his family. Recently Recent guests of Mr. and Mr*. Tuesday of last week.

I he began to wonder about William Slade were, Mr. and Mr. Sunday gurst of the Paul
"
Ed Wallace and three Dinkins family were, Mr. and Mrs
his younger sister and to wish to children

see her. A friend sent an advertisement Terry. Roy and Diane, who returned Horace Cox of Jacksonville The Year 'Round Gift

to the paper In their this month from. Germany, -

I SUNDAY 7:30 P.M. I home town. The ad was seen by where tinned Mr. Wallace had been sta. LONG BRANCH

an old school friend who remem- for over three year They

Christmas"Kill I bered that Mr. Clemens had come left Sunday to spend the Chrlnt- Ily :Mr. ... L. Strickland

"Preparing For i to Florida. She got In touch with' mas holidays with Mr. Wallace's '.

parent in Savannah Ga. before only ,
Patrol
I the Florida" State who located t 0

I be the topic of the Pastor's Sermon Mrs. Clemens. She wrote to I going Wallace to California to live. Mr. made CORRECTION last week In: A the mistake printing was of

her brother and this reunion Is will be remembered a*
the date of at the Pad-
Mia preaching
FIRST CHURCH Hampton the result It will be a happy' Myrtlce Slade.
BAPTIST
gett Church. Instead of Dec. 20,

BOB GRAY, Pastor Christmas for all of them. I' CIIt'KCH. OF JEHUS: CHRIST which I Is Thursday, It should have $

Keystone Heights Is bright with! OF LATTER DAY SAINTS been Sunday Dae. 30. Thi wasa

B.T.U. 6:30 P.M Christmas lights this season. TheR. mistake of the typesetting, not
Bible School 10 A.M. | Maionlo Temple, Call Street. "H
E. A. Cooperative put them up the> reporter. 2.75
__, Sunday School
"Don't Miss Our 'Candle-Light Carol Sing' at the with Elberf Altman supervising morning 10 a. m. Sacrament every Sunday ServIces This will be the last time Mr.

the work. They have added several 6:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation Strickland will preach at this little
Service.
Sunday Evening more string to those In use I Ia extended to alt church unless he Is called to con-

la past seasons. The citizens ap- duct a funeral or some special

-.:' Everyone Welcome preciate work done by Mr, Altman Adding Macftine and Portable ervlce. At this time we will have

In securing these lights. The REA Typewriter sold on tlme.-Bradford -! dinner on the grounds, singing,

u :', "" .. .. \j deserve a vote of thanks also for County Telegraph./ I and preaching

Merry Christina to all'!
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Funeral SundayFor : Adams DiscussesHis I Fire- -Chief-PleasedAt j Twins Born Friday; Courthouse, City HallTo I I Masons To Meet I.r East.'..NR'Two'. S I

Commissioners SurvivesDaniel Close (Mostly) Thursday, Dec. 27 N," ", ,.
S. R. Clark, i Candidacy Holiday Lack Only One Little! w ,

I All Day Monday The regular meeting* of Bradford Certif.l. !! i I ,'
Native Of BradfordSamuel At Meeting Here"I Of Alarms So FarFire Terrance Crews, Infantson ance May ',
Lodge No. 33. F./ &: A. M., Dencript .y
Discuss ProblemsContinued and Mrs. Doyle DeWitt most courthouse n I'
of Sgt.
Chief Pickett aald Employees of will be held Thursday Dec. 27, at of Lot e L s r ,
R. Clark, 62, well known am running for Governor because today Crews Route 2, Starke, died Fri offices will have a long Christmas B.. and Land: \r ,, 11,d
Bradford County farmer died Saturday I simply do not like the that he la happy over the scarcity Dec. 14, In Alachua General noon until 7:30: p.m. This will be the last of N. J. Jun, AdAI .
day Saturday : 1
from page one of fires that have occured so far holiday-from meeting of the Masonic year and Starks In Sr., ., '
In
that
I morning at his home near things are going on our Hospital Realizing South Range. n ii' i',
Wednesday morning '' .,,
the SRD and repaid by the County''' the Cornlth Church after a long government today, and I have during this holiday season. Funeral services were held at little would be accomplished after the completion of the routine Name In wl..- ,1': A,
The chief said there Is Indication that very business, officer for the Mana.... .
ensuing
I of \illness some definite concrete Ideas on an at the
over a period years I 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon on Monday, Ihe day before Certiruste" v,,,
t what to do about it," CandidateAlto that people are observing I year will be Installed. nre tN,..
k The resolution was unanimously Mr. Clark wan born in Bradford graveside In Conner Cemetery Christmas, most offices will remained May si. '"'<49

adopted. County on Feb 12, 1889 and had Adams told an audience In the rules which are published each with DeWItt C. Jones In charge of cluaed through Tuesdays lof Descrlptlnn 1'lo"k! 19. of Prnp.rtr

4 The Clerk reported to the aBoard lived In this. county all of hla life the courthouse here Saturday year by the National Safety Coun. arrangements of the Court A. J. Thomas :Co'.. Nuh.div t u or as urlnq, .", 'n
Clerk
i that right of way for secondaryroad being engaged In farming most of morning. cil regarding proper use of electrical -. This child waa one of twin sons I said that hiM office, of necessity NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR .Alp N.m.8 South In .. Ron.. n'n F

, No. 220, Sec 2851-130: : hade the time. Me was a son of the Adams reminded, his listeners equipment in Christmas decoitlons. born to Mrs. Crews on Dec. H will be until noon Monday I TAT URRnNOTICE Turner m'hCertifies A......

been given or pledged by all local -, late Sam and Annie Stokes Clark. "that in his announcement he said: i The other twin, Doyle DeWItt for the open convenience of lawyersand Thai C. A.! Flitch IS HKREPT and J: M.GIVEN 81s- amsMay !U, yn 19,,,'! Tea

owners, but that one large Surviving are his widow Mrs Flag rant disregard for moralityand In wishing a merry Christmas Crews, Jr., survived. others having business/ with trunk the holders of the following .
reckless to all, Pickett expressed'his hope I City of Htartce tax certificates, have BW.e10,0',11'UvlngstnnTruhy
of
waste funds
landowner was still putting some Mora Brown Clark; five daughters public Sheriff's office will .: III....
the court. The filed said certificates for a tan
' condition. In Its right of way deed Mrs. Juanita Addison Mrs. Mary have led me to this decision. We for everyone to continue Ju> be GreensIn d..d0 l>* Issued thereon. The cor.tlflcate .. Alon, 5-u'. n, *. t'
, that could not be accepted. A few GrimHley, Mrs. Leila Byrd and need a revival of commonsense careful of hazardous electrical Green Has also be open' -at least a part of Numbers and Tears of In Range n Eut Tonn.bl" p

e others have not actually delivered Mr. Evelyn Jones, all of Jacksonville leadership. I am prepared to sup connections and open flame. Brooker SectionIf the day Monday. erty.suanes and; the the description nameM In which of the It prop was' Llttl.Name In whh Aue?

. right of way conveyances, the and Miss. Bonnie Clark of ply that leadership." Other' offices however Including assessed are as follows: Certificate No. IB Tel

{, Clerk said. This right of way I.I I. Starke; three sona; Hutton Lee Prior to his courthouse meeting Lovett's Employees anybody gets "greens hungry" the Board of Public Instruction, Certificate.May 19, ItIS No .:X. Tears of Issuance anc Description* May 19, mY

,I necessary Immediately as bids are!| Richard Eugene and Arthur Adams visited up and down thebusiness along about the middle of January, and Desrrlptloii. Block 11. of of LIvlnsE
Enjoy Yule PartyIn Tax Assessor Tax Collector, of Property. Lot t of
, to be let on Dec 21. After dlscuauton Clark all of Starke: One sister aectlon. A native of there'll be plenty to satisfy his appetite -'I'' Blk. 17, Ex. E. TO ft. of Original Co'.. 8uh.Dlvl,|0S'"tl'ir

; it was deemed advisableto Mrs. Viola Futch, Tltusvllle; two Walton County In West Florida, Ocala TuesdayThe In the Brooker section-that County Judge will be closed Monday Survey Town of Stark Suction SI, Township Name In 5 South Rents
Township I South Range la Bast.. whlah'
condem such portions of the brothers' Everett Glnrk, and W. he now resides. in Fort Pierce. He Is, unless a real hard freeze comes unless "pressing emergency!' Name. In which Assessed: Bill Car. Robln.on. Atua

1 right of way as are not Immediately Lloyd Clark, both of Starke; and resigned his post on the Florida staff of the local: Lovett's along to wipe the slate clean. .'1 matters" should arise ant..... All of said property hi
Supreme Court and market Joined some Russell Green he has 40 Certificate. No J>. Tear of Issuance City or Starke and t'out,
. secured. four half brothers Tony Testonand : to. tnakll the race grocery says The City Hall will also remain May 29, 1114. ford. IiIt..f Florida
Senator Charley E. Johns appeared George Teuton, of Brooker; for Governor. 300 other employees of the organization acres growing an assortment of closed Description of Property.. Com at Unless such be
It announced.A
11} before the Board and Ancll Teaton, Starke, and B. B. "As I see It, the needs of a at a Christmas party given turnips, mustard, broccoli, rape Monday, was N. Cor.. of W"/, of SEK of NBVi and Ine flcates to law.shall' the properl.T redaVmni;

v stated that he had been advised Sapp of Holder. state'government boll down by J. J. McGrath, district super- and cabbage. Most of this will few businesses of the nature run Run W.W. ITS(0 Ft.ft.,for S. 105 Pt.ft of, Pea E. 60, thence Ft.. N. such certificate. or..,

that the State Road Department Funeral services were held Sun simply to this: firm commonsense visor, In the city auditorium at i be ready to start cutting around that do not cater to last minute ion Ft to Pt. of B"ff., nf Misc.Htarke will bidder b. *at sold the. to the

might soon find it possible to day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock In leadership: honesty and Integrity Ocala Tuesday evening. 'Jan. 13: he said. The cold Sunday Christmas shoppers have announced South,flange In Section 23 )2ast.Jfl, Township 4 the First. !Monair flirt In' Ih.k

;' build the road leading from State Hope Baptist Church, Theressa, at all levels and a frank Following a banquet gifts were morning when the mercury dropped that they 'Will also take Name ,ln which Assessed: O. H. of January January I9S3.US5"I,li' h li th

1 I Road 100 In the vicinity of Long of which he was a member. Of- return to government by the people exchanged and annual Christmas below freezing did not hurt it. Little Rated this Zothilsyo

::1'' Bridge to the Lester Johns community floating ministers were Rev. O. E. and under the Constitution;' bonuses. were dletr uted. Ds. ic- It is. reported that another the long holiday straight throughto Certificate. NoC:: 4. Tear. of 'IssuI 1931! ot

, and requested that the Cutshaw. and Rev. W. E. Hall. Adams said. Ing was enjoyed to the ,music of Brooker grower Everett Galney, Wednesday morning. ance May 29, 144. (OFFICIAL'lerk SR\r.of) Plrcult A.1

, Board take action thereon. Interment was In the church "I shall run this race on a set Toby Dowdy's orchestra. was about 40 acres divided between I Description or Property. Fl. ITS Ft. "Bradford Count..
of N. 105 Ft. of E% of NW of SEV4
\' Accordingly, the Board passed a cemetery under the direction of of alma and objectives which I Those from here enjoying the greene.and cabbage. Recent girths ...._ 11//!'
resolution requesting the State DeWItt C. Jones. know are practical sound ,and party> were Ernest Phillips manager --------,--- -- -----

Road Department "to construct a Active pall bearers were Bill right. There will bo no other of the local store Miss Mamie CARD OF THANKSWe : Mr. and Mrs C. M. Schneider,

hard surfaced road, constating P. D. Reddish Freda course. I am prepared spiritually Henry Rev and Mra. Homer Jr. of Denver, Cplo. announce the
wish to
about 2 1-2 miles, known as Calvin Ward Leon Conner, morally, physically, and financially iwlndall, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Taylor express our deep birth of L LOOK !
nan a son John Gay Dec.
on
Lester John Road, from Its d CollieChristmas Crosby to either win or lose this election. Norman Allen Delbert CrewHoslle gratitude to our many friends for

j section with State Road 100), 1 must tell you plainly and flatl.y / O riff Is. Buddy Adams Ken the beautiful;! flowers, words of 12. Mrs. Schneider Is the former $169'

Long Bridge. northerly to the CantataTo that I will sacrifice no principle Fuqua, Charles 'Mooty, Vernon kindness and other expressions of Miss Freddie Wimberly, daughter

1} Lester Johns community out of which I believe to be right for the Crosby, and Jimmy McRae. sympathy extended to us In our of Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wimberly. Philco

primary road funds of the Stateof Be Sung By mere sake of Votes-whether few
bereavement at the Ions of
our Mr
Florida or any other funds Methodist Choir"The or many. DANGER LURKSIN
available, save and excepting only Adams was Introduced to his son, Pfc John D. Hicks.-Mr. and announce the birth of a daughter,

t the secondary road fund of Brad* Nativity", a Christmas audience here by County Judge THAT TREEThe Mrs. Samuel R. Hicks and family. Tuesday in the Glendale Hospital. ELECTRIC RANGEFOR

, ford County which are Choir Cantata B. K. Perryman.
committed by Roger C. Wilson, annual death toll from I
to prior construction. will be ..
presented by the Senior -
r Christmas fires has been running
Choir of the First Methodist Cpl. WetheringtonSees $1.00 WITH PURCHASE
upwards of 50 Individuals a yearIn IVP.l
UlUlOJ. .

Graham Have BaptistsTo i Church, Dec.of 23 Starke, at 7:30 on Sunday p.m. In evenIng the- 16-Mo.-Old Son the of U.others S. with and Injury more to than hundreds a- f/I1V.ll.10J fJDU1PpaAttOI OF ONE PHILCO 13 CU. FT.

Program First Methodist Church. Based on For First Time million dollars in property dam- 3NOII.I REFRIGERATOR With 70

Monday Night traditional hymns. and carols ge. 3HHVXS 33LJJQ J.SOd OX J.X3M Q3XV3OrI lb. Freezer At Regular Price
"The Cpl Bill
Nativity" Is one of the moat Wetherington will have This Information was contained.
The Graham Baptist Church will beautiful cantatas ever written. the pleasure of playing Santa
In
a bulletin Issued to hotel inspectors -
hold Its annual Christmas program The choir will be directed in the Claus. this Christmas to his 16- this week by W. A. .SOJU JaAOOII'IHAl 4JatU.lO..i(

i on Monday evening at 7:30: o'clock. Ringing of the cantata by Mrs. months-old son, Billy Larry, who Veatherford, Chief Deputy Commissioner ...fI.lalldv.tD0101IJJU1lOH all.L"

: There will be a Christmas play by Don H. Parker, with Mrs E. K. Incidentally he saw for the of the Hotel and Restaurant -

I young ladles, also recitations by Perryman as the organist. Included first time last week, Commission OH BOY !
(
MILS :
I t': Intermediate and Junior Department In the Cantata program Cpl. Wetherington son of Mrs. "Few of us realize unless It I Hailed NH38M3N 1 T SIM) $99.9

members. Santa Claim will will be a tenor solo by Don II. I. B Wllkle of Starke returned to our attention, just :how

distribute gifts from the Christ Parker. who will sing the Biblical Dec. 11 after serving 20 monthson .
highly Inflammable Is a Christmas .4 .[ Y At N N 3 a 0 If"
mae tree, and the Sunday SchoolDepa'rtment Christmas narrative;'"The Birth of Okinawa with the BOSth\ En- tree In a heated room they soon .711.E Speed QueenWASHING
will all Chrlxt" by Leon gtneftrs B.Uly. born SS37
are that whi Abbott Hoffmelsler. Larry was dry out and become likely to burn, uoj xsaa 311,1
attend receive a gift. The personnel of the choir four months after his father went j
"
In as follows even from a spark thf commla- .L S HId
Everyone is cordially invited : overseas. n.ass

not only for the 'program, but for Sopranos: Mr. Robert Demo- During Cpl. Wetherlngton's/ absence sinner said. '-- MACHINEFor

all church services, according to rest Mr* Nelson Green, Minn Billy and his. mother, Opal "One of the greatest contributing S3WVHHS3WOD : ---

S. E. Sparks pastor. Oleeta Green, Mills Phoebe Green Smith Wetherington have been dangers Is. the fact that 35IVW 3AVi1PI03dS

Miss Judy Green. Mrs. Charley .living wllth relatives In Lake many householders allow electric. $1.00 with Purchase of One

Parker Mrs. O. S. Newcomb. Mrs I Butler. No. 405 PHILCO ELECTRIC
I lights to stay on while they areaway

} Minn Sandra Thorpe, a student and Albert Miss Lee.Virginia Mrs Sewell Robert Turner I Bradford Cpl. Wetherington High School until attended 1949 from home. Those lights s6'zi SJe.POd:. i AUTOMATIC RANGE with

!.I at Rosarlan Academy in W. Palm Altos: Mrs. Del Colley, Mrs J. when he enlisted and graduated give off enough heat, In Instances. I' 01 X 8 Deep Well Something New-

Beach will be home today to spend W. Klnrald Miss Sharon Hall from Ordnance School at Aber. to start a fire," the bulletin

the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Miss Pat Lam he. Miss Anne Johns dean M'lie| was then assigned warned. Broil under glass. Special for

Frances and Mrs. Don .Parker. to the Engineers and stationed on .. Stfl'JiSIUHO
Thorpe. Christmas the family
to
Okinawa before the start of. the F. 9. Shaw of Starke and other your
'j i Tenors O. S. Newcomb, J. W. ..
Korean inspectors, have been asked to r
war i r ONLY A FEW DAYS .

W. C. T. U. Ritch Don H. Parker; Harry One of Bill's) high school buddy's. 'make a thorough examination of
Green i ssauisng .no
Gene sJD'I.L"
"FOR INTO YOU IS BonN Patray, who has been servo all Christmas decoration in hotels
Basses: T. 'T. Long. Kenneth ing In Korea also came home on .
THIS DAY IN TUB! (TTY OF : restaurants, lodging houses, and ,
leave last week. Both of them NASWORTHY General Suppl
Tyus.
I DAVID, A SAVIOUR WHICH 14
'
other places serving the public
will report to Ft. Jackson, S. C. 3HR13"d" ,
CIIRIS'r TUB! LORD. A cordial Invitation Is extendedthe
Jan. Home owners are also asked to
on 9 for reassignment. : FLA.Season's .
LUKRJill.LF7T general public to hear the PHONE 198 STARKE.
US HONOR HIM WITH cooperate In the safety measure. I .. .
singing of this beautiful Christmas .* Ovrraea Again ------- .. ------
SOBRIETY AND GOOD WILL. 111..1.
Cantata. 6ft months of overseas
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I duty already served S. Sgt. Mar- ot---- ------- ---- -- -- -,- ------.-- .----- .. .. .. -.-----

cell Thomas is again heading r

1- across the seas--this time to

Europe where he previously spent

three years. The other 18 months

ATTJIACT1VK newly done over. fur. 4INOBR SEWING Machine. Com- were In the Pacific Theatre. t
ntshed apartment for. rent.. GrlldyA"arlm.nl. puny Lake City, Fla. ? Phoi\e 8KO, Thomas was a mechanic In
on Clark Street IftO will repair' your machine In tip
per month. A. J. Thomas, Jr top condition, reasonable. We civilian life and now repairs and
Airent. 4to 10119 I use only: ; genuine Singer parts. Installs radio components. His
(Air: : will l and
service cars pick up
wife, Mary Thomas, and his father
i
,
delivery servlve
upon' request
0 t AOH bedrooms Rt'NOA, modern IOW tile FOR huth.RKNT nttitrsl New Singer ntuchlnee,; .are. avail1atile I Duff G. Thomas live on
hentlne air coole.1. lv.rythine on reunnntible terms Route 1, Starke.
furnished .....1'1 linens Living -
u
room, dinette, kitchen., pantry, VYVYT ... rTTTTTTTTMATTRESSES r #
Very Inrve closets. Amlv Colonial t l
Florlit, Nona. St. 'hone lift: New Home For Scholia

OF ALL KINDS
Nearing Completion

FOR epartmentnl'u.ulrahee. closeIn modern RENOVATEDFURNITURE
location. Also three room. and I Mr. and Mrs C. L. Scholl and

bath cottage Kntlrely redecorated ... their three daughters Adele,
sal W, Madison tf
I Joan, and Joyce have moved Into

FOR HUNT: -Two S-room. furnished. I their attractive new home adjoin
apartments, comfortable' ing El Rancho Motel which Mr.
Nurg..l,..,. heater, electric rend.. .
Urge and Itetipholateml and Scholl recently purchased and Is
:
-sll At.:.rcjh'I "ltnI'.4rn..U.C; now operating.
left eraded road. 114 miles to Itrflnlnhed '
house with sla-n Mrs, The Scholia are occupying the
Carl Wynn, Oldalepl.: tfaPARTMKNT HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. house, pending Its final completionby

Box 230 PaJatka Fla. contractor M. Sargent. The
RKNT. partially
FOR
furnished.' Fra... house b.hlnd & & & & &u.. AA large eight-room home Is designed

let F-'apU"t Church. US h'''.. A, :JThomas. In keeping with the architectureof
Administrator. If I
Jr. FOR TUB niTMIBT-MINDED the other units at El Rancho.
AND BIRTHDAY -leo Kngraved Wedding Rrld.1 ,
WEDDINO CAKtr.I'' lions vn fine rag-content'
taken at
0 a up. Orders. Phone IS-S. only $1493.! Bradford County;; 'I NO1'I'ENotice .
Olft Shopp. I Telegraph. If I. hereby given that. the
undersigned. are engaged! : In buHlneeetinner !
WARKIIOt'SIK, III" SO.corrugated .
FOR RKNT- the rutitiotts
metal, *1"... II.-hl-< SERVFt. OAS REFRIGERATORS Dl'CKVS at lift West name Call fit oc.
Available Elt Rancho MotelI\ any It Regularly. priced at slab' Sil. frlc. Htarka, Bradford County. Florida .5 .
niornln .d to sell at I IT* 91Tou cant and Intend to register said flotltlouname .
beat this one Clad Han r'nRADIOS In the office of Clerk of the 'j'Greetings
10... ; tMrcutt Court of Bradford County, .
VIM..FOL.n. d fT'irlil NaolydCi rk.TlerceFreturntaother Florida '
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REPAIRED
"' O. f., T.lnsln. 118 Adams fit, "
t'ont.nl.bto All fakr All Meaela Ptarke, Fla.J .
J ,I\i.nt.I\ Itp K Hardy West Madison fitKtsrke.
Mary Rhoton, Oulrton R.c.aaahl..kerr. a araa "'. r.
IIKIMIFIII: .
d this tint day of December.
"
bedroom house 709: W. tall ft. ..ta....
FOR RKNT-Three for roar.healer Pk. 2.10 .\..U "",
unfurnished except 11/11 4t 1111 I
Also'
and water heater _
furnished a nl\ SEVERAL!: USED HAS UANUKS forsale. ;.
cottage :
four room NOTICE TO APPEAR
.
Up Reasonably priced Clad.ass
.
W Mydleon.Fthour. Co. 110 .a Tlrealt Ce-r nrasferel Ce..tr. '
#
,KMT- roo' Florida! Im Chaaeeryj ,;..... ,. ) .
.. H..* willlamdsll nx I ml. FTBRnf.ASS ERASER Johnie Itlley. Plaintiff, va. Wllll. FROM
-- Finest'
RIBnd'' Lull Mmlth Illley, DefendantCase
Old .
earl of atark on lilN; typewriter eraser. ever made Re-
tip No. 18
ItlwayyyiR In. '. In IS seconds with
FynrglaasRefill. .
.., Only lion, nusrantood "Enr.ver" :ffftlee( T. Appeeir.Ti THE TELEGRAPH
"Ar.N.w aRII Large "'In" : Willie Lou Hmllh Riley whoeresidence FORCE
$17 i'rolertor. 111 MM only Bradford County T..I.sr.phtt and addrese Is: 3O7 IU .
Mo. '4i> TralnlnaBicycle' ..n Avenue, New York New Tork.
Kuch's nruaHt .re. Itrhe Ton are hereby notified that I E. L. Matthews Jas. .
A. Lewis '
.ult for Divorce has been file' Claude "
FOR HAT.R-Rhv (rrlt real-.'".* FOR HALE by ownerlrnom. house against you In the above name. Crowsori
condition Mrs. with I acre land. tBOQ. Locatedon Court and cause and you. are requlr.
rrewe In rood Curt. Form. Marion traded road h \ween Joe's ... to ...... a copy of your aaswe,r Adelaide Crowson George Kaufmann John Mathis
Orlll and railroad. Herbert Harris or pleading, to the complaint' on thPlaintiff's Bertha Fuller
FOR HAt.TC-Hnt.. Trailer IT Oen. I>el., mark. 4tp 11/11 Attorney, Carlos F.. Har,
l 4t Onvfre.l Wasron. irood condl- per. ell4v.. I'nlversllv. AvemiOalneavlllo Gladys Mooty '
tlnn I41M Water Works Harp; Florida' and file. th
ton. FOR BALK.-Four room house with original' the office of the Cler k '
a .. of the Circuit Court In or before th(1st .
and water
of
lI..hto .re. land. .
Mrulatlna .
t.-A.rl..I. Hiipreme day of January, mnt; ntherwln
Foil $2,460. at.no each end hulanre 'U
; Heater, wood or coal, mo. Onn. block wart n' Farm.yre the allegations of said Complain t
U5. Ma.,li-, Chef tea rank.. IIS. per Market. J. E. Crawford. will be taken .. confessed by you
Puth'or IS. :J. 1':. Wall. Jr. tj.'wtev I Itp'lt31FOR I This notice shall be. publtshe<:
FlaWAITRRNS' 1>" one. each week for four eonsecutivweeks
In the Bradford County Tel. Bradford
: W A NT P.Oo-Nlaha work. Mt.K--tTOO rnulty In 10 sores. sr.ph. County Telegraph
niTle' Ortll Ito 4 room houiie. Klectrlo cooking.: Dated this nlh day of December.,
140 ft 1-Inch rock well with electric 1"SI.
TRADFJ TOUR OLD BTOVB IN .c pump. Term. S3i)0. down. 134& OFFICIAL "/!: the Circuit: Thomas.
down payment on a new on. W. month for equity then 114 month Clerk of Court
will m..k. you a liberal allowance. until balance paid. Mr Starling By Myrtle T Desver., Deputy Clerk
Blade Oil Co. lie phone SOl-W. Jlp tillS 11/Jl 4t I/ll/Jl to T I ... .. V' U .... .



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CHRISTMAS Bradford County Telegraph EDIT ION


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KTAKKE. "'U lUDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER: 21. 18AI
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L SCOUT NEWS I Ibel'll YULETIDE IDEA FOR CARD A 'j I I e, of 'PbuJa', Sgt, Ren froe AN EXCEPTIONAL CHRISTMAS CARD t tOne ;t

of Girl Scout Tfoop 1 i I In Medical Service
regular weekly meeting; Merry Christmas unto you- of the most unique Christmas Messages ever sent Is rePrO'I'I
:Mir room In St. Mark's rectory.new (Boy the work I gotta do!) 4 OLt.4faed in Afezico.9d Osaka Dispensary duced below: '. i'
members passed their Yuletide cheer and happlness- '
loot requirements and are (Hope | gotcha right address), .T' wi ly4 1/.$. \ CHRISTMAS MKSSAOK:! FROM: A P.\!lTUlt ,

eligible to work for their These days make the heart aglow- ":i'i;: May GIFTS from our Father
;1
i class badges. Thoseg (How these stamps run into I The pinata, Christmas the custom children lo gladden your way; _......_......__._..._........._........__........ (James 1.17And : )
. their tests were: Mary long observed by happy :
dough)
.
of Mexico, is gradually spreading 1
Frances Lan-
i Matthews May. stars light your Christmastree I bring you the Peace
Jean ;Moore, Lynda Chap- into the United States.Although :::1\ .'.:; of this glorious day; ......__........., ___..__.....,._._., (Luke 2:14): )
It performs yearroundduty :11 \\ "
and
Ann Simmons ..
Betty (Writers' r Ij
cramp is kllliu me) in the land south of the border, '1 _._ .. ,1y.r. ..... :
Johnson. I .. JOY tar each sorrow, __. _,_--. .. (Luke 2:10):
i i : :: :
rnj t the business session it Hearken to the Yuletide song! Mexican the pinata Christian Is busiest festival during that lasts.the .. ..Jfr. ,,', Cheer. for each ill.; ..._._..______.__. (Psalm 46:1): \
(How do these Hats
cussed and agreed upon to ? greetings loud get and so long9)Season' clear) from December 16 to January 0. InAm.rlca *'i. +d .:' : HOPE for tomorrow, ,.. ...... ..'_..........__._.._.___._.__?_ (I Peter 1:13):
,, .0' i :
I It is used .various parts ", ;
,pate In the Santa. Claus (Say, who started this idea?) ,r of the country only at Christmastime. ''I.. ",:'.. f FAITH in His Wlll1.; .. "_'". ,......_?.._-._._...............,?. (Mark 11:22):
t
,last Friday. "
tthments of ice cream ands May(Where's you get the your extra Yuletide hopes-? The pinata is made of thin fragile "( ,:,;fI': :;:;: Blessings from Ileav'n

: were enjoyed after the All good wishes warm envelopes and true-) clay, and Is filled with sweetmeats I in all that you do .,....._. -----.1. .... ((Proverbs 28:20): )
and trinkets before being suspendedfrom
-g. (Unless I get no card from you!) the celling. This U our Christmas! PRAYER for you! ...... ..._._.....-.1..1. ((2 Tim. 1:3):
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only Each Just of children-Is the guests not blindfoldedand always .--- -.-1en,.-..-- ....-p-.--.-.-,-?-.aa.'S .. .... .

TIlE STABLE AT BETHLEHEM The Babe In the manger, given a stick. The object is to ..
T.t surrounded by the gentle animal, Is a 'vision we can see more swing the sticks overhead until '3t
clearly with our hearts than with our eye*. And seeing It, we I someone shatters the plnata, send
may truly say, "Glory to God In the highest." ing out. the delicious- contents pouring ,QI''

c The plnata is-a great aid In making -
r LJI Basilica of the Nativity the long Christmas season tolerable \ .'
7"lee
7'1Mliti Sa'l4
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for Mexican children Tradi ,;
One of Oldest ChurchesThe
Uon decrees that they must wait
I t ()'rt9'"ated c iI E9'1pt Basilica of the Nativity at until the final day of the 21-day I
Bethlehem is one of the oldest Christmas season to receive their Sgt Samuel Renfroe, son of Mr.
The Christmas tree, now almost a churches in Christendom, having cuts. I and ?(Ira. U L,. Renfroe, Rt 2,
universal symbol, probably came to been built 1,620 years ago ,
Starke Is serving as a laboratory
America from Germany, although As it stands today it representsthe Christmas Was Once techlnclan at the Tokyo General
tradition has it that Christmas trees
original building as erected by
originated in Egypt The palm tree the Emperor Constantine and restorations Holiday That Moved Dispensary In Japan
is supposed to put forth a branch and additions made under About on Calendar Sgt. Rrnfroe graduated from i
every month, and a spray of this Justinian. t
BUS In 1917 and enlisted In the
tree, with 12 shoots on it, was used It Is surrounded by three convents Christmas was once a movable
in Egypt ef separate faiths, Greek feast. The eastern branches of the Army In September 19IS. After
German writers mention the tree Latin a-." Armenian. AU three have. Christian church usually celebratedit taking his basic training at Fort
as early as 1603.: The German prince the privilege o( worshiping in the in April or May, Western Europe JarkHon, S. C. he went to Fort Sam
have I Albert, consort of Queen Victoria, Grotto of the Nativity, and sometime in January.In .
will I Houston, Texas where he graduated
You a Introduced the Christmas free In supiislngly) enough, all three celebrate 337 A D., St. Cyril, bishop
II England when he had a tree for his Christmas on separate occasions. of Jerusalem, set out to make the from Medical Field Service
daughter date universal. With the permissionof School as 'a surgical technician in
MERRY CHRISTMAS I Pope Junius I, he appointed a Feburary 1019. He sailed for
i- < *" CimiSTMAS and th .t the blessed life which be. commission to determine If possible ; :
gan In Bethlehem nlnteen hundred the precise date of Christ's Japan In March 1919 and graduated '7 '. OPL
.Wonfyou_?_tBarksdale's Blessed la the season which engages years ago Is the Image and bright( nativity The theologians of the from the Osaka General lionpi J
the whole world In a. conspiracy ness of the Eternal Love? Then Church. fatally) agreed upon December taj,in Decomber 1919 as a laboratory -
of loveHamUton! you can keep Chrlfttmaa.! 23: feud since the year 334 this

'O pI Wright Mable. --Harry van Dyke. date Members hki keen of celebrated.the Greek Russian HIM technician.address Is Sgt. Samuel Rflil- C. H. Furniture Co.
Store'I Are you willing to believe that The basis pf Christmas Is love Driggers
and Ukrainian Orthodox churchesin
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love Is the strongest thing In the loving Its enemies, returning good the 20th century observed the Tokyo
STARKE, FLORIDA world stronger than hate stronger for evil, love that "suffereth. long, date of January 7. Dlnp., AI'O 10S3, San Francisco, STARKE, FLORIDA
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TTTTTTTTTTTTVVTTTTf ?TTTTT J now feed troughs for them because ) Children's Home Society Needs Extra Funds BIRTHDAY ANI 6_, liI_.l ..
It drove us crazy to see them
\\EDDIVO CAKES
FARMER'S I "bill out the feed and waste It on To Finance Christmas Fun For A Homeless MADE TO ORDER ATTENTION PIIONR 21

the floor. The troughs we were MAUI IAVPK
MRS.
I As we commemorate the birth of
using were all right when the pullets COLON'
ST.
CHERRY
the Christ child at this of Sod N.
DIARYBy season
If You Have
were small but they were Santa Go Slow .
the year It 1 is- natural that we STARKFLA.
shallow, and, as we said the pul
Sam McCarvey lets wasted a lot of feed. So we :,should also, ,think of other children On Giving Rifles PINE OR CYPRESS FLORiF

The author will be glad to re- used three boards (about 1" x 6") A great many babies come to To Small Fry TIMBER TO SELL'
about six feet long and made flat
..h'., Items of lntret concernIng the Children's Home of L
the actlvltlK of farmers In bottomed troughs. They work fine Florida much as the Society babe in If Santa Claus Is planning to Large or Small Tracts OWE ]
Bradford and no feed Is wasted. very bring your little boy a BB jfun or CY FOR
County. Suggestions maybe '
the! cloth- POL' ALL
manger came-without .
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left at the Telegraph office or e Ing or any earthly goods. Manyof air rifle for Christmas, you'd better 'We Buy All
All's on front. wire the old boy to think twice
mailed to Sam McGarvey. Lawtey, quiet our hog ,the children that they have for
Florida. Henrietta la not Interested inbreeding before he delivers the package.It PAY TOP PRICESWrite
m temporary care have come to them
and we might be well to ask Santa If
yet are Just as
h VV---AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAA-- ------- ---- well satisfied, as she la rather without sufficient clothing. Theyare he's going to have time to stick O (j)
I underweight; they need med
Had several letters from Alice, will have to make a crop, and the "poor" and we would just as soon around and "supervise" Junior
}s leal care, and some need school Call
',M whom i I" up at Tom's River, N. J., lens trouble you will have with build her up some before breeding. while he's using the rifle and If or DISH
dental
supplies and
Jj{| to be with her Pop during his Illness weeds. Blondle keeps on swelling up like other! things' It care Is the privilegeand many the answer Is "no", maybe he'd GARDE)
and ehe writes that they have a balloon but as yet has not had better forget the whole thing.It B.T.THQMASLUMBER POTTERYPOTTED :
duty of the Home Society to
\ Pop home again and that he seems At last got our berry patch hoed, her pigs. Think that she'll have help build up their bodies, to giveto seems that the last session of'
to be comfortable. Of course this and )it took three hands one day to them this week, though. each child the special care he I the Florid", Legislature, concerned CO. PLAbFLOWERS
1\ place isn't the name without Alice, do the job (the patch contains e or she may need and them over the increasing' number of accidents

i but we can spare her when sho In; 10.000 plant). Our berrrles were I Stopped In and visited Mr and ready for whatever may get lie ahead caused by toy weapons, ', PHONE 211JP. Wl,;

1 L taking care of Pop. planted a little later Ulan most Mr. Hess, formerly of Newark, for them. And this Is where YOU. passed a law ,providing that no O. Bex 735 ANYwRER

I around here and ours are just N. J., who have settled In Lawtey. I ::omc In. You can help'perform, child under 16 years of age may I STARKE FLA. I Nona St
:\ All of which means that Sam Is starting to bloom now. Other Had a good time talking to them this very necessary work for the use a BB gun, air rifle, or .22 1 i ,

> a bachelor (or widow, as someone growers In thla section are pickinga about "Jersey". Was sorry tq needy children of our State by rifle unlel8'an adult Is with him '-' "- .- ,, ', -,- /
r,! referred to him) for the time being few ripe berries, and we saw a hear about their automobile ac- contributing whatever can to- and supervising him. If the lawIs v -
i: ,-a and he doean like It worth a couple of pints of ripe berries in cident. ward their care. The you Children's violated, !the penalty falls on

i 1 darn. Our home la about the lone- front of the Telegraph office. But Home Society needs funds to the child's parent or guardian In case of

! llest place, in the world, and even we'll probably get a bad frost any I Planted a double row of English finance this program:. foodstuffsand not on the youngster himself.
, Joe, our family ghost who faithfully day now that will kill off the peas In our Kitchen Garden, and it all kinds of children's clothing The punishment Is a tine of up

.;, followed ua to Florida, iieems bloom and fruit. 1* quite a job the way we do It. particularly layettes and to $3000, or Imprisonment for as Accident. Your

; to have gone up north with Alice Made up a few beds and then other supplies for Infants; They much as 30 days. Better go slow,,
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I Looks like he can't stand Sam's Set a ateel trap In the back of leveled them. Then opened up a will be grateful for any"help you Santa Claus. Lest friend is an

ti cooking! the laying house to catch the furrow In the middle of one, and can give. -Your own Christmas! r -
'possum/ that of hens. filled It with chicken will .
got one our manure. be made happier by the knowledge II
cated Just north of the Green Cove Accident Policy
i Had a nice visit, and incidentally Before we set the trap, we shut Covered !It up, and then planted a that you have shared with
limits between
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Springs city
a good meal, with our neigh- up one of our cats Scarey, but row of peas on each side of the some less fortunate ones. .
IT and 'the St. Johns River, s:
bore, Jay and Frances Eunice. could not find Skunky the male, furrow Going to keep planting Please send articles to Jacksonville -
naval and civilian
will house Charley E. Johns
Sam just accidentally happened to anywhere around and supposed English peas right Oil Receiving Home 3165 San '
atop in at their place at meal time, that he had gone visiting for the e Diego Road, Jacksonville. Checks personnel employed at the Green Farm Home & Auto
Cove NAS, primarily, althoughany SupplyWith
;j and they very kindly took in the evening. Next day, though, we While chasing after a few poundsof made payable to the Children's be Agency .
vacancies assigned to
" atray tramp and fed him. This, were greatly upset to find that clover seed, went out to the Home Society, 1649 Osceola Street, may --.....--- .. ---
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". by the way, la no time to idly our poor cat Skunky got caught In Creen Oaks Farm owned in partnership Jacksonville will be used for the Phone IS STARKE, FLA. ,

"if! mention an Invitation to dinner to the trap. We released him, and by J. P. Wyrlck and his Statewide work or for any Division area.The I
Sam. He'll fool and dhow he seems to be mending all In law building! will be of masonry
i you up right son- C. L. Carter. John designated! by the donor
but he may have a bum leg to Wyrick showed me anound. He "INASMUCH- YE: HAVE and frame construction, 1 .
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,i 4 Cut up right field where we had show for It We wouldn't have had has a fine new barn, and some DONE IT UNTO ONE OF THE mixed for architectural variety, .............
""J field corn and peanuts planted. it happen for all the world, but It'. beautiful ,regtotercd Aberdeen LEAST OF THESE YF HAVE and modern in every detail.
'1\\ i Did It because we believe that it done and now all we can do la try Angus cattle Sam. wan .nartlc- DONE IT UNTO ME."::THE ft.prmntlna THE TRAVELERS, Hartford
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,; 'Is a good idea to stir up the soil to take good care of'the poor fel ularly Impressed with two calves CHRISTContract ) -

and let the ,cold _weather (If, we Law of the Bandolier blood line each Refinance Your Debts Cordial
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' have ) kill off a few million about 8 months old '
\ any -one's a bull, AwardedFor With a 20-Vear-5% Interest
insects And then, too, we plan Sold Toby to "D. D." and Mabel and the other a heifer. The bull (Good IrVislies
Dotson for We had already I 392-Unit Federal Land Bank I \I\
i' .to cut It up a number of times before 150. plannedto weighs about TOO lbs and .
' take the heifer to the Farmer' he Is pretty as a picture. John Farm Loan ...... foraMerry
I' to Green Cove .
i we get ready plant as we has Housing / .
Market at Gainesville, but the June planted about 100 lbs of
have learned that the better condition Dot on" Haw Toby and admiredher clover and he has teed In for the SEE Christmas
Construction of a 392-unlt housing
the soil is in at the time and asked If we wanted to sell winter. These two partners havea to be- K. \V. BRYAN The tobacco
development Is expected
" you plant the better chance youMay her. We said we did but couldn'tset fine place and some wonderful gin soon after the first of the 622 N. Main Street barn package
t a price on her. But later we cattle Gainesville, Florida
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year in Green Cove Springs. brings you U
,did Rome fast figuring, and de- *
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cided that Toby weighed about Paul Dlnklns came out here fora Lauderdale was the high-quality,
of Ft.
Inc
.4.Y. i:4: rY 4} 600 lbs end that If she brought visit and we kick high-yielding I
got a out of successful bidder on the $1,800,000 EL RANCHO MOTEL
ReliefWhen
$30'a hundred that would mean talking to him about our place. project Better ugh tobacco seed.

$150 and then of course we would He told us many .Interesting. things The big development, to be lo- new drug or old fail to stop II I Air. and Mrs. Scholl
have the cost of hauling and Belling about how his father Charlie
your cough or chest: cold don't dctay.
1i! "_ plus the risk of loading. So DinkFns farmed here and we learned Creomulsion contains: ; only safe, helpful \ I

when we saw the Dotsons the some more about the, history for some time the other day, we proven ingredients and no narcotics Wovin by I
I next time we offered her at $150and of this farm. For Instance, that decided that she Is a sad goose, ;: to disturb nature's process. It .
right to the teat of the trouble to
Hate to goes McNAIR'STested
!they said "sold" there were chicken houses wherewe accord
, j ji and will balance our guess aid nature soothe and heal raw ten-
I see' Toby go, but ahe la a fence now have our Kitchen Garden. ingly. There la no use asking her der, inflamed bronchial: membranes.
i Jumper, and she had been nursing We tried that, and she said, very Guaranteed to please you or druggist Yield
...... ,1 Comfort (and maybe ruining her) Had dinner with Guy and Bess clearly: "get lost-you dam- refunds money. Creomulsion has stood SEED COMPANYIAURINIURG
f but we do have the consolation of Andrews and of Bourse enjoyed It\ yankee!" the test of many millions of users.

Mtt511tas 1 knowing that she will be going to very much. Later had a long talk CREOMUL'SIONnlitnt

( a fine ranch and receive good care with Guy on his political views, e...|..., Ch...t Col: '*. Acute Irmckltil N. C.
-. and the more we talked to him the I '
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you have a While visiting. the Dotsons' more we became convinced that \ i d1
Ranch we 'saw '811 pretty a sight Guy would make a splendid Congressman f

Merry ChrtttmasI as we've seen In a long time: a for the newly formed .
thoroughbred quarter horse stallion Eighth District He has been a R1t1APEETI
I and a wealth of all \, racing around the pasture, successful businessman and he has 4k.t WELDING LW

The stallion's name is Little Willie! shown a lot of good civic responsibility

the things and he !Is a real beauty. The Dot. and he does possess a lot OH n'SGRffTlnOSt'
.+ of what we !think Is sadly missing
sons have a fine place and some
up In Washington now--old- .
that -
the finest season cattle that are a sight to behold. fashioned
r-. common sense 1 ti'I
..... And couple of mighty fine grade .

\ can bring yJTfl hog!!, too. From time to time Joy has WcNAlR'S

shown signs of kicking\ up her rllll turn
We offer the people of Starke
ROY TURNER. heels and acting like a young colt. r TOBACCO
Our fast growing New Hampshire Every once In a while she would HID
and vicinity one of the most
pullets are doing their best even rush at you as if to hook with regards

Pickup and Delivery to put u i out of business. They you with her horns, and then stop, modern and finest equipped
as If to say: "Look out, boy or
Service now are eating 200 lbs of grow and Thomas Truck Terminal
welding shops anywhere.All
['U knock, you down)I"Vell, she
mash five and at \
Laundry and Dry Cleaning ing every days picked a good time to get Sam. Work Guaranteed
present cost of feed that Is a real He was carrying some greens downto Best Wishes

expense. We built a couple of the hogs, and Joy kept fussing SMITH'S GARAGEAND and Restaurant

around snorting and blowing. G.B.Colson&Son

But Sam paid her no attention. ,. MACHINE SHOP I
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<<:t So. Joy lowered her head aimed a _. Temple Ave. Starke ...
r few Inches. below the Big Dad Brooker Fla.AT .

1C'CC'CC'C-clllaa trademark on Sam's breeches and I I
banged him good. Sam was more I II II I
LET'S 1 S B K( mERRYPlease surprised !than hurt at the time C.H.NASWORTHYPIIILCO II I ,

but later he discovered a gash cut a

accept our best wishes on the back of hla tag. When tell- Famous For I 1

ing a neighbor about It, the neighbor .
for
the Honda Sfo5.on
said: "Joy was just playing!" Quality

If Joy wants to play with Sam,
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Olson Refrigeration Service she'll have to wait until he puts

i on about SCO Ibs, and grows a set STARKE. FLORIDA this:
of horns

Holiday Season, we extend to''

Then next day, while workingon .ONE
the tractor a wrench slipped you, not only as o customer but)

35EJ and Sam banged his head and gota $ as'a friend, the best of wishes' of f the real joys df/

I 11I cut over his eye. More ways of v
-- getting hurt on a farm! for_the Christmas occasion.!
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Two I ... ; _r- I Christmas it the opportunity to

Got a roof on the Roadstand; '

t rfl-' f11"Ton and now Intent to keep at It, fixIng t a'r ")1 put aside the routineof

E3 I building, repairing, painting, 1 KEYSTONE JEWELERS
until we make It look like some- \
thing. Folks are Impressed by every day business
50 OTHER MAKES .
WALLIE
Chevrolet Trucks appearances. MUIILHOFERJ0L
IN STOCK 4 \) and with genuine

Getting five pounds of White t 'yN8 II ,

2-Speed Axle --- Long and Short Wheel Dutch Clover and going to broad customer
cast it on the house pasture sincerity, wish our

Wouldn't it be rflne. If we had I

1949's LONG WHEEL clover growing there now and rtt

could turn the pullets out on Itt I
For 12 or 14-Foot Body 1,095.00 e, I

i I For 16-Foot Body 1,195.00I In our spare time while milkIng \ ay the blessings of the Seasonbe

for example, we've been puzzling .
Short Wheel Base 995.00
rover some way to actually with you and bring you

I figure how many grains of corn

If f 1950's With Above Wheel Base $200 Higher that doggone goose will eat In the deep and abiding happinessFARMER'S

I Goose Guessing Contest, and the

!! Also large selection of new and used Farm Tractors more we try to figure it out
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and Machinery. Drop us a card or call Miami 77579 scientifically the more we realize

i 730152 and our representative will call on ;you. that It la Just a plain matter ofa

I guess, and one person's guess Is SUPPLY
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as good .
WILLIAMSON MOTORS a another's. We have,

decided, however that It Is probably '
Electric Service
I true that a happy goose .would A. R. Johnson Libby Sales & Service

: 5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI FLA. eat more than a sad goose, and Starke. Florida RI

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pfJCEl'lBER 21 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUKGRAm. STARKE.! !: noRlDA ,-.
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BRAD A JT.: Thomas. Yon me renulr.'d' to app..n| i t
on the Plaintiff's Alt.irnev*. Evan r>f Blk 2. Oahaitan'a Suh-Dlvlnlon.' (OFFICIAL Jnnuarv I 14. 1BS3. In lh. ah.v.. named
Squad To Lose Nine Playbrs Notre Dame box and a few T- e.a Dated Jlh. thin 7th.d jof Dec.mb.r.O..FICIA' T. K>rin'. and Neal 1> Evans, Jrinj Section' TownshIp I South, Range \Myrtle Clerk T. Beaver of the Circuit Deputy Courl.Clerk i iItU f'oiirt and catiwo. wherein plain. "
nado ; : 22 East ny Bradford ("untIl'Telegraph
playa the Tornadoes developed i a 11(1. Low Florida Exhange and rtnlldlna file the ,original Jackaonvlllr Name In which nareaaed. : J J.fnlcua 4t 12/14 tiff aeUa divorce shall publlah. thla OrdarIn ..l'' I

rent Season Better Than. Expected powerful moat running outstanding game.The offensive ( Cl.'..SEAL rk of tli A.. Circuit 3. Vhoma Court..*. In the C..I office. "n of or tfie' before Clerk the of 14th thClnuli 0.0.' such certificate' or ,'..r.. In Olrewlt, ........ llradford 'Ceue.tr.Flnrlilai Witness next four my weekly band .liiaue and official' ,

Arley Mc- spirited game played was probably against Dy Myrtle T. D.av.r.D.PUi71t3xOTIC'I'I ,& day the allegations uf I Jnmiarv.: atIU:: Complaint otherwla: tlflcati-H to law nhall the be properly redeemed deairlbedIn acmrdIng Illtaxl In Chancery.1..HII MllllT. Plaintiff. vs.itoI''rt .. spill at "HlatkiKli>i.,lilll.. tlllx, n.-, ,'m'

L8WJr John competition among the experienced Green Cove Springs. Behind 13.0( -'PPFaR: wIt lie taken aa confenped by you.This such iiitlflcate < Alvarez received In- and inexperienced for T0> notlc ahali o. puhllahedone he ..'1.1 to the highest Wd.lorat SEAL) A. :J. Thomas,
I[Eari at halftime the Tornadoes roared .. Circuit f..n.*. Bradford Ca. *y.KlorMai each week for four consecutive the Court house door on the first No utI! ,( >

wnn, < last week as mem- playing berths. back to take a 19-13 with In rfcancerr. PI.uff. week In th. Bradford County Tel. ?Monday In the month of January. "..1.,0' rnhllcalU.il And X.tlr. T* A. Clerk of said Court
Tornado football team. After hqurs and weeks of hard victory tirrald! K. Pannnn. n.'a'"I" arraph. 153, whli-h l I. the 7th day of January .Appear State Of Florida Tee Py Myrtl T Davr. Deputy CUrkChaa.

the signally honored work. the team began to shape one second left to play.It \, llannon 1)eufrfldant.(,'a..* No. 8835 Hated this 7th day of December 1512. of*December.ISM Uiihmi, t Stay Miller AK1 whom.. realrivnrv n. Iteaa. t04-0 Ouaranty Life

t. waS up would be difficult to select "' sti,e Tat Appear.T.I lUI.OFFlt""AL. Dated. this Ilh day: anil <.lirr.. l I.' VI.' '.171 i I U'I.' 8, MiilldlnoJacknonvllla.. Florida.Altyn .

j(9, 'of the East Florida and the Tornadoes! slipped by with any boy as a shining star but< I Vlrifliim Kannon whose realrtll.r aZud. ( Clerk SKAT..'f the> A Circuit J Thomas Court., (0"1"10FlRA'.) A.I.: Thomaa. I'ueeX; ,i'V-. ,. Kl.--t ,....t l Orf"'.. for Pit 1J '14 41 I 4t
Kaet
selected him a* a an opening 20-7 win and ad.lreaa In44S: of
1e 1 who over WUHston highlights of gmes were Thomas's48yardpass $Ir..t. Brooklyn, N..w York. By Myrtle T. Peavrr Pepntv Clerk.IS14 Clerk of Circuit, "r-ouit' Nan Kiani-la. n, I'lillf
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the All-Conference Team. Taking a 14-12 victory from Sea- touchdown I You are hereby notified that a 4t I'4/al llr r lford County ll/T ot'iliu! \
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McRae were honoredr breeze: their opponent. the Tornadoes run jtult for Divorce. custody and con- -
and against WUHston; McRae's punt liol of minor children awarded to In Circuit (.....t. n..dfenl r.aa team mates by being found themselves and With return of S3 I Defendant. ate, has been ftl.dagainst IX ('II C(5ltY.Myrtle : NOTICK TO PPIII'n
and alternate cap- the exception of their two IOHSC yards good for a you In the above nam..dCourl Carver" ', Plaintiff va Eugene laj rlrealt ,'....rt. llrailfer* Ceaaly,
raplaln reiiulrfil -
score against St. Leo mada pos and -aua and you are D, Carver Defendant. norldas' Is ( kascer?.
prctlvely The election of the team was hard to hold. sible to serve a copy or your answer.r Can* No. 8Snd Mary A. Moore. (IMalntlff v.. leakerM.
by Winkler'
.;tan| took place Friday Bradford scored 132 points down three would-be block knocking tackler. .I'lnlntlrfH' pleading! Attorney to the complaint,: T JKrank on I.andrum. the- Order Of PiiMleatlea *.* !N.. lre T* Moor., Defendant. Case No. l'Idetle '$

itlfn Coaches Hobb* and against 111 for their opponents another pass completion from; : Htwrke in tke Florida,offlc: or and th*file Clerkof : thoorlKlnAl Apaenri t Ik state. Carver Of ,Kiel-Ida whoa residence'lesbtigene T* A.._.. .

nid. I* M. Galnea. Maxie It was no hitch-scoring aggregation the Circuit Court on or before theltttu lal'nknown: To: leaker M. Moors, whose raldenca
" Prevatt .
to
Anderson Frank as the Tornadoes' most I Thomas for a touchdown duty of Y.nl.i,1::| other- You are required tn appear on la unknown. ftaull \
John got notified that
rr. against Lake Butler: CarlJohns' w l*. the alleKaltmia, Coniulnlnt Tnnuary 7. 1958. In the above named You are hereby
and Stanley Noegel enj of their touchdowns the hard way Mill l>.. taken a. vunfvuiivayTh'l Court and cause, herein plaintiff for Divorce has been filed acalnatyou
.f. hard driving runs against b seeks divorce aupport money, eta In the above named Court I .
J the 1931 squad .with a digging them out on the ground. Green Cove ; Alvarez' and Johns''' notice. shall b* published Bradford. Courrlv Telegraph ehallPVbllah and oauaa and you are' required to
mullet supper at U. M. Carl Johns scored a'totai of eight once each week for four consecutive. this Order In next four aerv* a copy of your answer oa
, line play in several games: and Ed we.ka la the Bradford County Tel. weekly issues.Witnesa. pleadIng to the complaint on theT'lalntlfr'a ..
Fe Lake. touchdowna. McRae
on Santa and Thomas Attorney, lion. 7. rh It. I
camp I Parker's kicking nine extra crKph.Hated. my hand and officialaeal IAPPY"
tetball aeaiion Just closed four each. Prevatt three and Tes- points this 12th day of D..mber. at Sharks, Florida'' this December Vtouglius[ ion Lynch Bldg.. Jackaonvltie. .:
In succession I A6I.OFFICIAT.\. I. mi.OFFICIAL. Florida' and file the original
successful ton I \
'0 be a very one one. Missing when next season rolls ( 8RAIA.. :1. Tbomtl. ( KRAI. A.I.: Thomaa In the office of the Clerk of the Clr.. !
7-2-1 record much better Ed Parker kicked nine extra Clerk of the Circuit Court A. Clerk of said Court.. cult Court on or before the list day '
. around will be nine player. Fiveof By Myrtle T. D..ver, Cl rk. ST'Myrtl T. Deaver. Deputy. Clerk.haa. of December, IUt : otherwise the I'
at the begin. points and Ocle McGee scored rz r..tlt.
,j, expected one these graduate and the / 1/4/61 (- ft. Ifeaa, Z04-OA Ouaranty Life allegation of aald Complaint will ? I
.
if I practice back in mid. 'on a pass from Parker. A safety age .... .lackaonvme, FlaAttya. b* taken a* eonfeaaed by you.
: limit will hit four. Leaving via I NOTICK TO APPRAM for Plf. ll/T 41 IS/28 This notice ahall b. publIshed .J
f (two points) was scored in' the the graduation In Circuit, l'...*. nm.ford. ('...ty. one each week'" for four oonaeontlve ,, .'
six lettermen to form Wllllaton game. route are Carl florid .. rnmnrvrr.Mary week In the Bradford County TelDated ..
only Johns played In 45 Kuthrrln Kllv.. rialntlff VI. ... .h. HOLIDAY I
team. The Tornadoes games In rirealt ( .t. nradford Canal era v vto ?
this year's didn't boast of( t
pa l for during his high school career; Manuel J. Sllva. Defendant.. lorlrfei. In Ckaarrrr.tx thl llrd day of November I
, Hobbs and }Hazelwooa a fine passing game. but Thomas Case No. S8IS rralne Hchnabel Plaintiff, va. 1851.
Arley McRae. Ed Parker. Jimmy 4.tie. 1. A...... Kenneth J. Hchnafcel" ,' Defendant. (OFFiCIAL SEAL: ) A. 3. Thomaa EVERY
toll( and faced about 35 newo scored three touchdowns on passes Rowe and Milton Mott. Arthur To: %1'0..11..1' J. Sllvft. whose l.*t e..* No. 88A.1Order Clerk of the Circuit. CourtMyrtl '
experience butgtMfd two of them thrown and known renldenc nnd nddrena wan .. Py T. Clerk ; you
had no by Rowe Of Pnbllcatlan Notlp T* D.aver'l fttoutlt
.
Winkler Vernon (Irneral Delivery Washington, T> C. .
Underhlll 12/li *
Wiley ... 3if ann j.'iir j
a desire to learn the one by Prevatt. Thomas's other You are hereby notified that a '>| State 0' Florida To GOOD WISH
Coley. and Nell Crawford will be been filed Pvt. Kenneth J. Rchnahel whose
luau ,
for Divorce
LI I. of football. With no touchdown came on a recovery ofa milt resIdence. and addreen la', 1101808, SOTICM TO APPEAR
past the limit when against you in the abov juimedCourt .. .. ,
.age school It4th T C'. Malnt. Silll.. MAKB Ran- rlrralt ('eer Bmdfenl Ce lr" for
jj lure bets for the letter're fumbled ball over the goal line and cauae and you are required Klorldai tfn ('hane.rv.Avery a Season
starts In September tint Area, liempated, I.. I., New
serve a of your answer ...
developed a fight and against WUHston. Using the to copy York: n..rlon.ha. Plaintiff V.
Scores for the or pleadlnira. tn the complainton '
season: Tou .nranunry Isabel N. Chase, Defendant. of
('arlou1'l are required tn appear r
the FMnlntlffa Attorney 101IVofle
Bradford 20, Wllllston 7 llaiiier, S04V....I ITnlvemlty Ave. 7, 1951.' in the above nanuedCourt Ta> Appear.Tot Case No.
Bradford nno, (UHlnmvllle *Klorlila and file and cause, wherein plaintiffaeeka ...
14. Seabreeze 12 Isabel N. ,'ha. whose real genuine.JppJess
JTSIDE SNOW WUYEPA1NT' the orlarlnnl' In the office of the divorce custody of minorchild dance and address la! 9 FraaeeStreet.
Bradford 7. Palatka 19 Clerk of the. Circuit Court on or before and other relief. PYadfordCounty
.-. TITMIUU. LEAD aid OIL Bradford the 14th dnv of January. I KM: Telegraph' shall publish this Auburn New York.
7. P.
K. that
,, Yonge 7 otherwise the. Hlles'Rtloiiii of Maid Order. In next four eeklv. laaueaWltneaa You are hereby notified minorchildren a ,

$4.95VALUE..... Bradford 14, New Smyrna 0 Complaint. will be taken a* ron- mv hand anil official suit for to Divorce Defendant award anil t other>f relief E. T. SHULL
EDWARDS
feNced liy you.Thin aeal I at Rtarke, Florida IM November
A Point you corn dpot J 01 $ I 50 Bradford 14, Deland 12 rn.tlce shall b* publlahed in UIlIOFFI'IAJ. haa .been filed. against. you In the

not to pool, nib wash off o* ... Bradford 19. St. Leo 14 Once each week for four consecutive ( ,A'.II.. J. Thomna, above named Court and cause androu of Plumbing & Heating Groceries & Meats
turn yeilow..old s aaoaiey'. GAU Bradford 6 w-eeka In the Bradford County Teles' ku.a Clerk nf said fonrtKv are' required' to serve a copy
bock gajarantco. M S G. Ci Ketterlinus 20 raph.liiiteil. Mrrtle 'r Deaver. Deputy Clerk. your answer or pleading. to the rum-. Starke. Florida Florida
Bradford 19, Green Cove thin 12th day of December plaint r on the IMalntlffa Attorney.T. Starke,
13 -Man Winter. Jr.' 4ft:.t Smith Build.
Ovr anUBoit fjoJtom ...ld.I nalmMIxcoloM IM. Prank tjtndrum, Hlarke' Florida
cowooo for bctdk. "J.75Mock. ; Bradford 12. Lake Butler 7 OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomaa InJackannvllle. Florida' and file the original In the offlc.
Altya, for Pt?. 12/7 4t 1S/J8
_.._,_.ic.
'- The outstanding thing about the Clerk of the Circuit Court.Py <.f the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on --.---.-....
.. *" Myrtle T. D..avor. Deputy Clerfc or before the Slat day of December,
Somplo .. SIX.
con. team
was the complete nf anldComnlnlnt ,
cooperation otherwla allnaratlona
11/14 4' 1/4/51 MOTH OK PPflCTIO Kill 1
.- __ _$.' Mo..y O TbIsp.dcl V.d.rPdsmSNOW of each member of the squad FOR TAX '..: :nNOTI'Jo will l>* taken a. con.
NOTICK Tn APPBAR fea.etl by you.This .
and the lack of Individual satis .. Clr,.nlt (......t. Bra.r... Cnnattr that' T. ..:. Alderman Ifl HKFtKHY the holder lIVEN of notice shall be puhllahed
WHITE PAINT CO. faction. Klnrlrtni In ChanrerT.Mmjorle the followlnacertlflmtea hen filed once each week for four coneecntlve.
Park.. Plaintiff' v*. I.ritterrnrkn. I certlflcntea for tax Deed WeekS 'In the Bradford County Tele.

P. O. Box 86 Jacksonville, Fla. NO'l'U'1'1 TO APPIAILa Notice. Tn rirfrnilant.Apses.Tn .,. Cave No. ft 3.1 le l 'dl. thereon \The certificateJunuhers ; tol I "7wed? this 18th day of November."So'FFICIATj A.-vrzf Y';
? .
Circuit nnd Years of laaunnce. the
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:_ Cnnrt. Hradford ( ...t,. : fearer 1'nrkn, whose renlclenceHud
Florida! I. fhanrery. ? description of the property and the SWAT.] ) A. J. Thomaa.
nddrena IN: lit Ocean Avenue, (
Mildred I.ee I'H."'. Plaintiff va Hrm.klyn 18. New York. name. In which It w.a aaaeaaed. are' Clerk. of th* Circuit Court
Tommy Hubert Hairer, "' .'..n.lnnt. a. followuTCertIficate DeputY Clark
You are hereby notified that a By Myrtle T. Denver,
Can* No. HR25 milt for Divorce ha* been tiledAlraln.t No 58 Tear of laauanre 1\130 4t 11/21
AND Xeflce A....... )ou In the above named Mar 31, A D 147.Deacrlptlon RIAL' )R
llVAREZ&SONT To- Tommy llnl"ert whoseri'eld.nco of Property Nr.', of
STORAGE CO. A."r. Court and cause and you are ye.quired : ?4fl'fICPlO A r PR A nIn
.rlnla.You'. l le; Mount Clinton "'|11""- to serve a copy of your an NR14 of NWM. 1I..tlol14.; Township rlrralt ('...... Bradford ('...tr. ;
awer or pleading to the complainton B South flange 2S Raat. 10 Acrea.Nam r-lnrMai In Chance
? ,. are hereby notified that a the plalntlff'a' Attorney T. FrankLiandrum. *. 'In which aaiieaaed. : C. C. Willlnm rhrlatopher. Knapp Plaintiff .
';; : ,0-:
b ri'x: MIJ*. .. i.; > suit for Divorce .and restoration. Stark, Florida and file Hunter va. Dorothy Kllaaheth Knapp
M of maiden name has been filed orlacinal. Certificate No. 78 Year cut Iaauane .
.' the In the office of the Defendant. Case/ No. I7Natle GREETINGS
;
"We operate local n.alnat you In the above named Clerk of the Circuit Court on or b.. May 81. A TI 147 To Appear. \
i It.B.AlwttZ t'ON ell long distance Court and cause and you are' requlr.ed fore the 4th" day nf Description of Properly BW'4 of To: Dorothy Hllaaheth: Knapp ,.
"%' :v t v."r.-.,.... 1 : to serve a copy of your otherwise. the .. d.t';; JrA: 'V\4.\ SectIon BoO Township S South, whose raatdence. and addreaa. lat, VRO \.' ,,, : '- :
w : .toIOV'NG' an\\h.reIB U. S. answer or nlendlna 22 40 1 \.t ': : :\ :<; rf.t; :r'i; :: 'r- :,: I j
.. I to the com. Complaint will b* taken a* con- flange Kat.: Arrea. Irving Avenue., Brooklyn, New Yolk ;' .. :
l .
ft. :_ ..__' nlnlnt on the I'lnlntlffa Attorney, fepxed by you. Name In which. aaaeaaed, : John You are hereby notified Ihat a .S'4I: .j::: \i" .., ....t-:'. ..:h.-.11':'.. .I

J !':van '1'. Kvana: nnI Neal D Rvana: Thla nolle shall b* published Jnhnaon.Certificate. stilt for Dlvorca' haa been filedairalnat 1..11I........ l.'I.,,.. '..'.,; ft' .. ..'r'.r.,. .it."y., :. .\%.'!I ,. .r.:1... I
Jr.. 101/ Iaw TCxchanve: RiilMlnir. No 87. Tear of laauance .1:. ;,:.. '. ;. ..., .../'u.; '. .. ;., .,
EXCELLENT once each week for four consecutive you In the ahnv named .....\... ..'.. ; ... ..(' ..{:.. rl.. '-1) '" \
L Tackaonvllle, Florida' and file thenrIIna week In the Bradford County Tele- Mav 81. AD 1*48. Court and caua and you are' required 11 Ik.= ) : :A.:... ; '/4'A'M::., ;... ?J.Ij;:;j.-r'.. :..;: !: .::1f. : ;: :
) In the office' of the Clerk rraph.liHted. Description of Property: WU of to serve a copy >>f your an.awer .,' i1\t ..' : \ ..,. :1'
STORAGEFACILITIES nf the (Pirelli, Court on or before the this llth day of December. "101".t NWVJ, Kx S-A In BW Cor or pleadlnif' to the complainton 'i--.... : : ;1r.lIeR' '.u..tI"_'le.' '"'.'.,... "erlt.:: .
t I4lh. 'day of January, 1JIA2: otherwise 191(1OFFICIAl.( VT 1-A of K: <.* of 8KH: of NW", the Plalntlff'a Attorney T Frank { 0-r.rdl: : "" .. '(;:' ;' 'f.\." .:: ,, '..i i
: : 'i-\ ;
j.jr.l'f .i; ..j.
the alteirntlnna of : \
anld Com.
( 8E3AL) A. J.: Thomaa Section 18 TownshIp S South liana Ijin.lrum. Starke, Florida and file .. ., -- ..------ -
V.- nlnlnt' will he taken aa confeaaed .by Clark of the Circuit Court 22 Knat. 19 Acrea.Nam the. aria-Inn. In the office of the
its For I you. By Myrtle T. D.av..lr eputy Clerk In which aaaeaaed: Ernest Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
-ft This' notice shall ha puhltuhed once /t 4t 1458worsen Dell.Certificate before the Hth day of December, GEM JEWELRY
each week for four cnnneciitlv No 24 Tear of Ie.uanc ttt! : otherwlae the alteration. : nfaald
CHER weeks In the Hrndford County Tele.ra APPHll June 1. A 1'). 1949. Complaint will Its taken n* con-
TO

WS.) ::: -: -_- __ ._J.A See us first! nted ph., this' 7th day of December, In Circuit, In("<....t. Hmdrvrd. ConntyFlorl > ft.Description H,, from SR of Cor Prorertv of 8WU: Com of pwi 420 feaeed This hy net you.Ice shall Vie published t SKAHOAHI) IIAILKOAD ..WATCIMNSPECTOKSTAUKE

tnt lai "fcanferyMnijfiile run' ,V lit ft N RO ft K 115 ft SIto once each week for fmir .ronaenittlv. .
(OFFICIAT SRAT.: ) A. .1. Thomas fI..hrAd" Itoaenblntt I. ft to of hag SectIon SI, Tel
T4ouli pt weeka In the Bradford County *- FLORIDA
Plaintiff' v. Norman KoRenlilalf.
Clerk' of the Circuit Court ,
Township A South Ttana 22 fast.Name I
lirrrnilant. Case No (834 graph.
By! Myrtl T. Denver
CI..rkIIH
Deputy In which aaaenaedl Josephine touted this ZOth day of Nn.'nh..r.nat. ,
:Notice T* Appear.To ..
4t 1/VSJ Blleraon.Certificate. ).-..-.-..--.-.---..-.------- 1
: Norman Lionl1 flfseflllfttt
whone reMl.lence and) addrena. In* 18MniHhnll No 40 Tear of JBHUanee .
NO'I'lrFl
TO APPRtRIn
IOF Y THE YERRUIA! Circuit of Property
Klerlilai la ("haneery.M Irvlnirton, New Jeraey.Yon .
.ottn Klnatow, Plaintiff ..... SnnlaKlHDtow. are hereby notified that a
Defendant. Ca.. No. 8N29Notice suit for Divores has been filed i
T.. Apnear. against you In the above named I 2"C I
To: Sonlit Klnntovvhna* renllence Court und on.ua and you are' required [ \
RAND NEW la: .1133 EMhne. Avenue, Bronx to nerve a copy of your ...n..w.r wa
New York. or pleading. to the complainton
You are hereby notified that a the Plaintiff Attorney T Frank
suit for Diverthas been. filed Landrum Htarke, Florida and file .
1952 against' you In the above named the original In the office of the
Court and cause and ynu are' ra.nulrtd Clerk of the Circuit Court on or' before
to serve a copy of your an. the 14th day of January, 1953'otherwise :
.
wer or nlen.llna; to the complaint the allegations. of Ha I.I EST .
LECTRIC PORTABLE m the Plalntlff'a' Attorney, Evan Complaint will b* taken aa eons. .
_
1'. Evan and Neal D. Evans, Jr.. 103 eased by you. ,
_
TJIW Rxchnna; Hulldlnir Jackaon
This notice shall b* published
EWING MACHINE villa, Florida. and file the original once ench week for four conaecntlv r
In the office of the Clerk nf the Clr- weeks. In the Bradford County Trie- WISHESfor
,Milt Court on or before the 14th day graph C5 % t11

if Jnnunry. 1953; otherwise the al. "H led. tItIC 12th lay of December, I
elation of aald. Complaint will b* .
1951.
aken a. eontaaa b" .you. (OFFICIAT PRAT.) A.I.: Thomas, ,2'4uT
This notice shall b* published Clerk of the circuit' Court
h ince each week for four consecutive fly hurtle T. r>eavr. penutv ("I.| 'ri"
week In the Bradford County: T.la- 12/14 4* 1/4/52 Christmas Day
aI __ i
.a NOTIfR TO APPKn ij
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In The < SceniC Court of Florida.KlKhth (
..... and Every Day I
.1..1 C''''" In endP '
Let Us Thoroughly ..r Hrnrifforil <*.inntr. In C hnncery.Vfartha ..
Keulah llall. T'lalntlff, va.Jamea (
Wash Your Clothes Marlon' Ifall Pefendnnt '
:
Case No. 1807. 1
I 4I Notice, Tit .4........ : ,

9 Pound To-: .Tame Marion nail addreaainknown \

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You are hereby noifried that a .
For 40c! suit. for Divorce haa been filed .
against you In the above named. \
FREE Bleach If Desired! ('ourf and cause and you are *. '
tn of an-
Itilrcd serve a copv your
awer. or plea.llna tn the complaint on
Temple .%.e. Stajk the IMalntlff'a Attorneys, ( ,
I
Waldo Chandler Pnlrd Ililllilln, I II .
I ([nln..Hvllle. Flnrlila. and file the
O "..rlKlnal In the office of the Clerk
.if the Circuit Court on nr before WELLSElectric
the Mill lav of Jtinu.ry. lARl: otherwine .
WeWiUDry the allegations of said ("..m. '
plaint will b* taken a* .confeaaad by ''
y.... Service .tf&Jft'- ;'" \ t
Your Clothes ThH' notlc shall t>* published ;
one each week for four consecutive I > a3& )
:
Staike Florida. i-i4 .
For 20c graph.weeka In the Bradford County Tele t gg

I' Dated. thla 12th day of December : I

In New Automatic Drier! tail'Ol'FlCIA1.( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas,

Cleric f>f the Circuit Court..
FULL CASH PRICE By Myrtl. T. D.avr. Deputy deCk .
13/14 4t 1/4/6Z I
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"IrtTK'r TO A PPR 'Rn ,
rlrrvlt. (.....t. llr.4ford C.nn.rlArllt l 11 TiME
The Washeteria l. f.hnnrery ,;.: O once more to tell those swell

5 0 Norman .1.! Marlntvre T'lalntlff' V*. .
(llii
'Ca.e .No. S3J .I- ". _v:} .5 .
Entire T* Aaitear.T.I
VALUE J1rthIkg 1_ : -, Olnrlya M. Maclntyra, coT :lt 'I" --
4 ,.. .o I'arln. I.lMrht. Fight I Parfa, t ,. $)I) folks !.."". t :!
69.50 Wanhlnajton Avenue, "Houth Norwalk :; :,. our customers how much their patronage : '>''' ,I
("onfl. ; ;;;
w '
You ar* hereby notified. that a '''' ( "
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I" I" : ;
t :
for Divorce ha. been filed ..... 'J .
WANTED to BUY ault against. you In the abov named ....:;fii ;' r''. I ) 'i ,

Court and caua and you are r** ;" '
EE PULP WOOD quired to serve a cop? of your an- t has meant !vi us in the past, how their frielldli" ".
R ,,
BUTTONHOLER awe. or pleadlnv. to the complaint r .
on thus Plaintiff, A It nO'n.... Ray. To wsh .
yo i .
UCH MACHINE niRciusio z1uIIa ilLi CROSS TIES e1den, Svlden Bulldlna Daytona :

EASY jqrryr and Pine Timber original Beach. In Florida the office, and of the file Clerk'the lSrergi f- ness to hits made '.'I. .
of the Circuit Court on "r before f us serving them worthwhile, *'
TtRMS
of 2562'otherwise
ARRANGED the 14th dav January. ;
I the alteration of saki .
0Will Complaint will b* taken a. eon. '

I Fi d lTjJ fa.ed by yon shall he ptiMlahcdonce MnppInEat ", *J!'
ThIs notice "''V and how t'
Pay each week. for fiur cnneecutlveweeka ; "., we wish them the Biggest, Happiest

:_I Write To-DayE! In the Bradford County Tele"nated ."..:..,.: ( ; *

-_ a - Highest .Cash Prices this IJth day of December' I 4.:1.:.' for this n
a -
1551. : f' I
.l'Ol'I'O FOR ANY SIZE TRACT IOFFICTAI. SKAT.) A. J. Thomaa .
and
Merriest CIl/i/STMAS
Circuit Court.
Clerk of the Christmas ever.

ME VACUUM STORES' tfe By Myrtle. T. t>*av. "T2/14 Deputy 41 Clerk 1462ATUPl I/,,'I; .!..lf..__. !

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W. Forsyth St.- Jacksonville Fla. I -SEE- Circuit"' (...t.TO Rr.fllerd APPK4RIn Ceinaty., _4_ .....ie'.-. Sec-son-. _

rlerlilai la C ......,... -5 p

'ould like a free home demonstration of your fully Betty Jan Baldwin, Plaintiff ... CHRIS J. NEWBERN STUDIOChris

teed at $24.50 lay( Wlllla Baldwin Defendant.
Brand New Companion Machine A. McKINNEY C.... No.. 1814 S. R. JOHNS

obligation to me. Settee T* Appear.

I At Starke Taxi Stand realdence To. Ray la418,Willis Baahford Baldwin' whoa Lane. GROCERY and Worth Newbern "The Roving Photographers"PHONE
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e!Is PHONE 150 Tou ar. hereby notified that a
----------------------------- I Starke Yb.a ante for divorce baa been Starke Florida 103 STARKE. "FLA .
___ riled against you In In* abov named ,
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State___ -
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.\'IIIrf.as "leaIIe Send Specific DirectionS BCJ --, __ to a copy of your a n-
., or pleadIng; la the complaint
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I FAGS TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY ....1.0........ ...oR..... FLORIDA FRlnAY, n..

--- _u _, _._ u "'- _...... _____ F.IIUIR tr
Interesting Job? _T",__ Legion Is Staging I CIUUSTHAS LIGHTS ---'---.

TJ ''Santa's Beats All Clean-up Drive I By Linda McKinstry -

t':1e At This Season On Membership Within our home the lighted tree, TO OUR--tR' AND: cUSTOMERS
Brings happiness to you and me

I ) HAS ONE of the most In. t illtc Dr A. Y Covington, Commander While lighted trees in public
-- WHO Jobs this time of of Jonea-Langford-White Post 58, squaresOn
Y4l WM : rearT That' easy Its Santa. : The American Legion, announced passing travelers breath their.
The rotund.gentleman hiding be. I today that the local Pout was now
hind the red ensemble and the of Us an- prayers. QLust
In the clean-up: stage
Alvarez Store Est. 1894 'Cowing whit, beard learns a great j nual membership drive and wagIng The lighted heavens, -high above, ( Siic; '
deal about the nature of human., one last all-out effort before Proclaim to all the. world Cod'slove
specially children, at thlatttlme of
the end of the year. With a 1951 ,
fear. I membership of 228 men, the local And bring his promise yet againOf
.j However, after receiving thou.I '
I land of letters from all over the t'al Post haa as of this date IDS paid Peace on earth, good will to
up members for 1952 and wants to men." r
1 take In another 30 men before SKETCHES iskts ,
Christinas Greetings December 31 t in order to be 100
'I 1952 be.
per cent In membership
i TO EACH OF YOU tore the end of this year.
Interesting
addressedthe zlne which: contain:
k' Commander following Covington statement to all stories and articles by America'stop Moy your every wish

BETHLEHEMThe veterans of Starke and Bradford writer and keeps you posted for the Holiday Season .. 'III l

V Vt Church of the Nativity County: '"For the small annual on veteran's affair You get an be realized that's.
OLE
L SARGE Ben Suslow wish for .
--- dues of $3 you become a votingstockholder opportunity for active participation our you.Green's
In a three hundred y
STARKE. FLORIDA million dollar organization! You In peacetime service-aggreIve *-

-_._.._ "-- -....-.---..... --- .... -- enuntry, and talking to thousands of Everyone WantsTo I, gain excellent and valuable business .,' resultful service to your home
roungiters on street corner and and social contacts. You town. You become a part of a
i In department store, Santa usually make your voice heard in state national program, sponsoring the
ir. comes to the same conclusion each See Just One and national affairs. You get free great principle: of Americanism. Grocery & MarketSTARKE
r. fsr. Times and customs change, You will be lending your supportto .
but children seldom do. ... counseling service on veterans the unselfish youth activities
1 p Requests that Santa receives follow problems. You get the personal designed to build a ,g-eater future FLORIDA

t everything a general from pattern bicycles each to year roller- 'Good Old' Yule satisfaction of being a member of America. Your Legion Member

1j 1 skates and cowboy suits for boys, an exclusive organization made up ship card will admit you to Legion I II
i n----aL with dolls and I Clubs all over the world. American 1 .c---------______
elaborate
accessories "How I would long to see Just only of people who hold an honorable ___
,1' pLpVriJUrLj the favorite with the girls. one more 'old.fashioned Christ ; Legion membership provides these
discharge from wartime service -
I There are some exception. Lots mas." and hundreds of other tiling And" -
1 I" rr v.f children make requests for useful These are familiar words at this In the armed forces. You receive the Legion button In your lapel will
r 1 Item., typewriters and such, In time of the year. Before the Yuletide The American Legion Maga- win you recognition and respect"
.1 the hope of becoming writers and season Is over, some memberof I
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4 t stenographers. Last year one lad the family, grandfather or grand I 6 6I 6t I
, asked for a Bengal tiger. : mother, probably, Is certain to I II
Santa, understanding human that 'pass that remark, as they have
he must be, promises to fill all done each Christmas of the past. Here's somethingnew
the request that he can and explains .
I !L And Jet If we search back: Into
a.CfL
,, tenderly why there are some in Ice Cream !
the records .
\ that are out of reach. to the turn of the
1 .... .y. century, say we find that,

,! ., '\, 1 St. Nicholas Possessed even"an then old-fashioned, someone was Christmas wishing. for It I TUTU even better than those wonderful nut-

'i /1. tr '" Of Great Virtue, PietySaint Is then that we realize that the praline candies from New Orleans.
1. celebration of the birth of Christ It's creamy, creamy ice cream bunting "iib
: <,... ; J fIj Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, has not changed greatly with the toasted,buttered pecans!
i t was' said to have been a saint of passage of centuries. Basically,
'1' .,., : ;II r' rar.\ great virtue and piety. Christmas Is the same, year'lfter ELL Lady Borden Praline Pecan Ice Cream comet In

'(' 1 o... .....". .iJ An ancient legend Is told that year. It !Is only 'the world and the the burgundy-colored package, like vanilla, chocolate .
>" ; : l be became the sain of who
patron not the
are
I' ) people same. '
and all the other
ttrawberry- luscious
school boys when he resioTed {if
a :
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He not admit It. but when
may
., li' ... r life the sons jj a rich Asiatic, who flavor
'.. !4 had been murdered by a robber. grandfather first began to raisea .

I .l...... .....,..rr'if .. Innkeeper while, they were enrouteto musing family over he the overheard changing his Christmas elders. .1tJ. elv dHtaJ.1t7 #t ., : '. r' = :-: .'
I .. school In Athens. It (I. said that ::;. ::. .
U'\ ... -
'. ... I.:, rit. ,, /!; customs and heralding the LADY BORDEN
....- ... ,. ... he was warned of the crime In a approach to "complete commercial-
L. ':V'" vision, but was unable to reach the lAm" of the Yuletide celebration and time for us
inn In time to prevent the der .
nw !
,Even then they worried.No .
--rtJ y 1vntl'q! .:1: He restored the boys to life through were' to express our greeting P tXNPECAN
prayers and also forced the mur n. can deny that Christmashas _
_:. \'. derer to confess his crime to authorities. been greatly "commercialized"since of. the Season and

._. the days of early America. to once more toy ?honk Yo'oL. PtWi
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I- Yet *o has the entire nation. In .
the days of our ancestors there .
DeWITT C. JONESSTARKE Recent Birth were none of the vast trading centers .
.J Mr. and Mr. Robert S. Kinard and commercial marts that ICE CREAM 1 I
of Gainesville announce the birth we know today. Our very way of Temple & Lake Service StationII.
life has been greatly changed: with
of a daughter on Dec. 8 In Alachua
modernization. Our holidays, and
General Mrs.. Kinard I lathe
Hospital.
FLORIDA
Christmas Is the principal one, have
\ former Mildred Thomas, managed to keep abreast. C. BROADWAY
daughter of Mr. and Mr. H. L. J I t .
Still, without reservation; i
Starling of Miami, former I ChrIstI I
res I STARKE
FLORIDA
-----------'----.----.,-,-.-.. I idents of Starke. mal la basically unchanged I ,
true meaning as a celebration of I

I d't. :. Cl'taCl'ta. ,.- -....-....-....-....--- the birth of the Chrlit.Child redeemer -
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U'p ...',, ..: _: :: J I n tree the, presents each Christian piled heart beneath never the <<

U 1 l't \ I' ........."' 'h1" 'W".w, I S ceases: to remember that Christmas
Is Christ's day.Ljrtellngi.

', f<< u flail/" I On the occasion of -

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'19, lie I been a goodyear l I I OriginalJ In 1846, I our first Christmas '

01 and a happy I
!ig one and we're 1 Vow a ff'/otifi-n Groom
01 p f in Starke
glad that
we have ts' n Look at the paintings on the
I 191 the Opporlunily Christmas cards you send and
\l "to extend good r recelve-you'U find famous I wish to extend
i names and some of the best we
wishes. I '
..... .w contemporary art. Here Is howIt ;.. /
01 :1tJ'"t', ,..,. : all began. 'it ", '
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11 1 ness ':' I.. MI\Q.h!\ ltb"lcd /"::r '..r"n' mlddleclass On a December day in 1848, a \I our +
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Englishman
'9, ." .m... '. '-" Cole, sat at the desk Henry
of his
.... .. : library
0'' ''f.-! "'., t.. yw p London home addressing to his f good wishes forK
friends what were probably the first
\ Christmas cards ever printed. The
cards depleted a Victorian family
a happy yuletide
'assembled at the festive board and i
g the traditional Christmas custom. of
giving to the poor. They also bore 1,
the now-classic greeting: "A Merry season, and also
i ELECTRIC SERVICE : Christmas and a Happy New Yearto 'v
i: NESUPPLY f you." f ":

J. R. KITE Cole, In a historic move,' two express our appreciation -
I month before had commissioned f

I'! STARKE, FLORIDA << John Calcott Horsley, a RoyalAcademy for the

many 1. ,
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tS <3 CPta C Pi C C G qr
courtesies shown
5 f f us since .


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t'J for the card: and had struck f
off a thousand lithographed copies.

IG'' .' This He dispatched was such them a markedly that December.success 1 BIG DAD

ful stroke of good will that plain
:G Henry Cole subsequently became ,
Sir Henry Cole.

l 'WtMt Horsley'* art was a far cry frqm
f. fl14. today' Christmas card paintings,
l but be started a cycle which a hundred ff.I Manufacturing Co. Inc
year later was' to bring fine I

I: ; I art cards.Into high favor on Christmas

An American shopping for cards
may select, for Instance, a painting
:t PURE SERVICE STORE J another called "Snow Royal Under Academy the member-Arch" by f D. S. SICELOFF President

Winston
Churchill Britain's war-
I time prime minister and famed -
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STARKE, FLORIDA amateur artist. Or be might choose Starke, Florida
Peter Kurd's "One Night in Winter"or
"Grandma" Moses The White '
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(I Church" or "The Nativity"
>> by '
Alexander Rosa P .
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y8 Got; the corner of Lafayette and West Mistletoe World PremiereOf r
I moreland Streets The lot wan Outlived
I nino To Build purchased front Mr. and Mrs. 'Distant Drums'In
Nate Dyal. Mr Siulow stat< 's Sinister Meaning '
{r the Ole Serge) ha* i| that he will build a residence ,on Mistletoe, I St. AugustineThe
' 100X17 feet at |I once used ai a weaponof
the r.d'
.t property.
of st. Augustinewill
'
,as death Is now almost a universal nearby city
._._____..----.-.----.-.-...-!> 1 symbol of love and peace. be the center of attractionIn
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this pnrt of Florida\ on the night 1 'it $ t
According to Norse
r;: i iI there was a god named mythology Balder, \ of December 22 when the world !a
I who personified the sun. Loki another premiere of "Dliitant Drums" will
god, plotted to destroy Balder,, I be held in that city.
This picture starring Gary I
Balder's
mother, when she first
4a
Cooper tells a tory of St'mlnol"I
learned
of Loki's Intentions to kill '
her son, obtained a promise from Indian War days and many of its
all living things that they would not most Important actmca were filmedIn
I harm Balder All agreed but the I st. Augu..lln<.*. There was also
mistletoe, so It was with a mistletoe ( much local talent In the film with
arrow that Loki induced Bald- I 75 per cent of the cast being; recruited -
n'. blind brother tinder, to kill I from among; residents of
the sun god. St Augustine.

Higher powers Intervened, how Much Interest centers around
ever, and Balder was restored to Sidney Capo, a St. Augustine lad
life. The mistletoe was 'placed A who waa chosen to play the part of CIA
I under Frlgga's care, and the a little Indian boy, Gary Cooper'sson ;
I mother of Balda saw that It was In the film. A special Instructor I ,
never again used to do harm. wee hired to teach the
I IA The custom of giving a kiss of Capo child the Seminole language, its w.-- I
love or peace beneath the mistletoe which h. uses throughout the pie !
Is an assurance that Itwill, never
II again.be used as an instrumental ture.The St': Augustine C of C. the "' To thank you as we""" ::11
evil.IOrigin Florida! State. Advertising Com-
I ,: "' jlr R mission and the State Chamber of : would like to sf far f' \, f"

of Gift-Giving Commerce' : are coordinating* plansto beyond us. For if we ", .

'Told in Many Versions e NwdN ".Vr make the premiere one of the! had IM> friends like ;\" l I
most Important events ever to be .
would
there ;
I There are many Interesting vel'lions TIME FOR PRESENTS Billy cad David are all worked a. I take place in Florida. Governor :.... 'rte- r-, you ;
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AND HAPPY NEW YEARHOWARD'S as to how the custom of gift vet the thought .! Christmas, and they're Urging their sterh- -. __.._..:""":-...-....,I&.' no firm like oars. j I \
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Fuller Warren han proclaimed ;: .. ,. t '
giving at Christmas time started. lns te make. sure Santa doesn't gel their presents mixed .p. r:. .7,1. '
It'. Idea ie thank him IB ad- December 22 as Florida Motion '
Some believe that it all came They also have found thai a good
DRUGS from ancient England, where It was Vance.gLjAW. Picture Day. Contests paradl'll.a",1 -. :- "'Our sincere thanks for the association and pat

once custom to hang kissing ringsIn water ballets, in keeping with \... OIOn..11.ithi: !! vie have _ken favored.! _,-
I STARKE, FLORIDA the great halls. These rings were ; ? ,
the picture theme, are planned to
..... .. .. decorated with mistletoe and were
------------ --- -. celebrities
the key for a pleasant holiday pas welcome the Hollywood
time. It is said that the young lUt C: Military bands color guards, and
knights and ladles would come to
in the
floats will participate
the kissing rings with Christmas 9huletlwd.
ii wJi1) roses for their secret sweetheart.This parade, and tho actors will anlve

J : : started. It all Now gift givingIs fEST\IIf.\ at the theatre door In the horse- 'fIlA It ;V.:.' I !
traditional.DEVViri"N drawn carriages ao typical of St.

Augustine The grand premierewill
J be staged In the typical Hollywood STARKE, FLORIDA

tS manner with spotlights and .t .. .
the sky .-.-.-.-.....-----------------'--
t fireworks lighting n

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ALL THE holiday delicacies, none carries more of the old-time "..' ,.
OF and associations of good eating and festivity than mince pie. tc :..:',....: ,., ...f.. ,r ,

I Many writers give credit for its origination to Germany, while others :"....'.'\.,;:... :,1
I claim that Its beginning Is lost In the annals of history. J." .. / ;., ,
I English literature dating to the 15th century is full of references to ;..:::.. : ,1. '!
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TO OUR MANY this Christmas. favorite, an essential part of Yuletide celebrations in ,, ;.:::; .. ,

1 i COOD FRIENDS ire England.Old .. '\" ,,: If
that refusing to eat mine pie .. ...\. .I' : I
held
fIf AND NEIGHBORS superstitions any person :; :>'.J. 'i
,1 OF THIS FINE would be unlucky for the coming year. Should he accept the invitation, .. ,.; "! .
WV t and partake of mince pie, he would have the same number of happy ':::" = "
COMMUNITYSTARKE months during the year as the number of houses at which he ate mince '. : : :
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The oriental character of the spices and flavoring was said to P ( \." ; -71' Q
.. Christmas I. represent the rich gifts of the wise men to the Christ Child. ) j l Ii
.. not so ...icti a time of receiving
a* It Is a time for giving. These
I children, In their prayers, are HELPING SANTA
1 giving by ,far he best gin ofi 4ML4r"-
i them all-them.eltc.. if

S BUILDERS SUPPLY J Midget I'encll Sharpener' Ideal I When Buying Toys for ChildrenIf ,

for home HIM. *. Only $1.85.: -Bradford you wish your child to get the Toys should be simple and easy to
; County Telegraph. most available from this year's handle and operate. Simple playthings 1 '
toys, be sure to look for the five are more likely to hold Interest 'alW7 :J,
_....._ child-hours and
e! T major qualities recommended by through long .
.e -M- - VWi WiirSl1 1 -- -- -- -- "
[J specialists. less likely to be shelved perma I ,. "
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:l; ; ,; :J ::1- \) Toys to be thoroughly satisfying nently. i 1
," .n:1: should safe to -with
,. for the small fry should have five Toys be use
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'"", "..".. :'t ., I': : b major qualities say specialists at out sharp corners or rough places
i i01\ 1 :'!:. the college of home economics, or poor paint that might be> harmful J.
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..'"" i :: Cornell. to a youngster. And toys should be GUY ANDREWS
'i
....t.....:""'.... .'.'::. .: ..."..\.,,., -,. ...J--ssssa::: Tw:: Jg M First toys should be durable to washable. n > i
.O' withstand the rough and tumble of Finally, toys should have what the
:::: 1 anyone child and his playmates. specialists call a "do-with" quality Candidate For Congress I> d -
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Sturdy toys csn be repaired and repainted Good old stand-bys such as wagons, :
.' [J and passed on for the en- blocks, clay, sand, finger paints, .
joyment of other youngsters, in or and the like may fit Into the child's 1
out of the family interest of the moment.
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M\ /. VERY AVERAGE American '
/ home will have a Christmastree mAYTH
this year. Traditional and symbolic -
as the trees are, they presents
great fire hazard, and should be BRIGHT SPIRIT
watched.Remember .
<< carefully
that when you bring '

{ t to tree dry into up. A the freshly-cut house It tree is going will .1l OF CHRISTMAS BRING YOU

lot take fire any easier than the

Y But evergreen the hazard trees Increases growing outside by the '--i2iitf; JOY AND PROSPERITY THIS
,\ iI Hour. For this reason. It 'la not :
> \ I ii vise to put up the tree too early
Before Christmas day or to leaveIt
too long after the 25th. Trees of DAY AND THROUGHOUT
<< sll kind will become highly Inflammable -
4\i at the end of a week.
ii' Families clubs, churches or organizations .4 "

.reel up longer that than wish a to week keep should their THE COMING YEAR ( QrSUNSHINE : ,

it
lake special safeguards to keep 1
reasonably safe. } ,
Th. tree can be kept fresh by c
<<
letting it up In a pan of water. Cutoff
+
\; \ i the base of the tree at an angleat
least one inch above the original

i iI cut during: and the keep enUre it standing period it in remainsIn water : Jin ;' !

the house. It may be necessary it I I :

GREETINGS keep:'M add the water water from level time above to the time cut.to 1 o a SER V/C n II\o,

Place the tree well away from
FRIENDS Nf.\G\\I
stoves, radiators, and other sourcesof 0 AND
heat. When you smoke stay .
sway from the tree. Also be sure -
that the tree is secured in such a o
.Jto all of you whom we that It cannot fall. Do not put it J. DuPRE C. C. PARSER
hear a doorway where It might .
-- "-* have been of serVice in the pgst.x t f'block an avenue of escape should
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$ a fire occur. J. A. ANDERSON R. O. DANSBY
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HAROLD C. WALL AGmC I Adding Machine,, and PortableTypewriters
sold oa Unae Brad* I .
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IIAROLD C.WALL B. KAY RODDA -JOHN M. GODWIN ford County Telegraph. j' FLORIDA POWER "
LIGHT
YAWN FRANCES }BARRY II ? COMPANYJI. _
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STARKE, FLORIDA it Fountain Fen with a point for
every u_ It complete. Bradford

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J; FACE FOURTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEORAPn STARKE. FLORIDA FR.rD.U' DIx'1.1fRFR I

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t Thanksgiving, I had a chance to CHRISTMAS: ENIGMA:

: get some good, so I bought It. Each line in the following
In our adjoining Mate lived a englma refers to a letter to be
t ((6. family, a happy family, and the found. When you have found all MERRY
" man and wife together wrote a the letters you will have the name
column for the Sunday paper Last of a man who Is very papular with
week he died of cancer. I think everybody around this time of the
he wa :38, and had always beenIn CHRIMA S

I *% Jiura gttrqess AtohrPONCA. such good health. Here Is what year.My first lit In SIMPLE and also G R Y 1 1F

I NEBRl- the wrote about his death. It Is i In WISE. ;r.
good for all of us to read of such My second's In ,
I, MEASURE but T
Wherein I read he Christmas I which Is really millions of years philosophy Quote: never In SIZE, .... .wwwa..AwwvwA% b NGSu
! story, and decorate. the hoiiw; get old. The ocean has covered most "When he first; knew ha was' My third Is in MANY, but left
: everything lit order to celebratethe of the earth, .at least our continent doomed, I thought to myself, this out of SOME. $ c
J birthday 01 our Lord Jesus.. many times. Mountains have In the end of the world. I thought My fourth is In TOOTH, but, of
heaved up from the ocean bed, and of death with an almost terror, of I course not In GUM .
"And she brought forth her receded the emptiness would leave In.1 I i
/ ocean to form a continent It me My fifth Is in Apple and also
first born son, jmd wrapped him Then In 1776, we have our own But now I know that death ts'' In PEAR. i t
In swaddling clothes and laid him: beautiful that It Is the 4 O jp
government. How pitifully young' only begin My Sixth I. in COURAGE, but
I In *> manger: because there was no a Nation we are, but being foundedon ning, that those who are left behind never In DARE.
room for them In the inn. the Christmas and Love are strengthened and compensated .
story My seventh's In LUCKY but AY
"And there were In the same the joys qI
Instead of hate-we have grownto by the knowledge that missing In FATE.
country shepherds abiding in the be the : their loved one has reached the
greatest Nation on earth My eighth is In TARDY and
field. Keeping watch over their From Iraq this morning I have a goal for which he was born and also In LATE. the Season be on ev-rj

.f Hock by night. letter, a young' student Is tryingto For which he has been strivingduring My ninth !Is In BEAUTY and
"And lo, the angel of the Lord come to America, the land of his life time. And our life likewise in TRUTH a doy possession
, came upon them, and the glory of opportunity and freedom. From In Its sorrow has suddenly become My tenth la In ESTHER but not 0eNl4' for thy
t the Lord shone round about them, ,Central America a young nurse glorious.." found in RUTH r 1' .. w i whole ..
and they were sore afraid wants to come to the U. S. So eyes What a wonderful way to look 0k ear i

"And the angel of the Lord said, of all the oppressed world turn to at such loss. I who aee so much of '.n81:: .lu1If IJJMetllr A
"Fear not: for, behold I bringyou the United States for comfort, death wish that more could feel ltmEARL'S
tidings of great joy, which shall for peace and freedom. May the aame. She goes on to say there % Western Auto
.: be told to all people we forget race, color and lea Divine reason for suffering Murry GARAGE Associate StoreJ.
"For unto you is born this dayIn creed In our effort to help and She In a Catholic, Gal bless her bOS
console these people. We must and the boys.HELPFUL.
of David a Saviour
the City F. JAUDON
live a good life a clean life, and HINTS: Bake meatloaf STARKE FLORIDA
which is Christ the Ix>rd. -Luke :
2:8-11: set the example for these people In muffin tins for a change.It c. 1
who admire us. It behooves each saves lime. Save the stiff goose I .
From Luke I take the Christmas of us to pray much. Before every from banda Ids to use as re- lelW.e.Itsurs.laa5M/rater

itory. It Is good to read it undertaking, or If you are undecided enforcement when you make button ,
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every Christmas and every year It which Is best say a prayer holet. Don't forget to add a .
growl more sweet and dear to us. an earnest prayer, and you will bit of vinegar to the grease when
,. j How this wonderful thing happened feel an Inspiration of God telling you fry doughnuts. They will not
2000 years ago to this old earth.SEASON'S you what l III best. Try it. I do. be greasy
My house Is in order The tree CLAY HILL: Lots of cards I
Is standing proudly decked In coming from Florida. Nice letter
Christmas tinsel, with the lights from Elgin Lang. She has been 1"I'C
at this moment bubbling away. to: the new church at Long Branch He

The fireplace I have up in the living I I enjoyed Rev. Strickland's picturein re.qour
room. It Is of paper cardboard the paper. He has not gottena ,. .
and Imitation brick. It hasa bit older since I last saw him.
mantel and on that I have several From Baldwin comes a letter, a
things which Include the pictures happy letter from the widow of
of our dear grandchildren. Don Dr. Brtnson. She Is a grandmother .
e has one grandson, on one end and Daughter Betty has a
1 my two dear little faces smile at baby girl. S r L

me from the other end. They are My quilting frames have come \
just late pictures and I love to go I went to the express office Sat
''In the living room, sit In my rocker urday and got them. My quilt Is 9gEFIREr
I received last Christmas to all set together now ready to put
watch the flickering of the light In In the frame when Christmas Is
I the fireplace, and look at April over. Want to make some pop
7e and Frederick on the mantel. corn balls and fudge yet. Have
Whoopee I The packages are piled to mall some packages now. Here
under the tree. Yes, we already Is a poem I have _
have several. My fruit cake Is
aging I have a turkey ordered. I The. heart that loves the little

plan to dress my own turkey this things (
Christmas. FUN! Yes, I will Is full of deep content; J\
GREETINGS heat water to boiling in the laundry The \life that serves In little gasoline

I and do the picking and clean- things
WITH REGARDS AND Ing down there. I am not expect Is often nobly spent.So .

ing company, so do not rush, junt be not despising
.jESI.: WlSHEUQ.( J JJ...
.. take my time do it a couple oj f The day of little things -
p days before Christmas. In frontof For bees as well as angels, I
Williams Jewelry me'Is a large aluminum "Lazy Can boast a pair of wings.

Susan". We received It for Christ Ffo Leon W Carter Is stationed .
FOR FIJU.OF-FuN
126 COURT ST.
moo last year. I have it filled In Austria and wants to say hello\

Starke, Florida with nuts and candy. I fixed It a to all hie friends In Bradford and ,
Clay Counties and wish them
little earlier than I planned, but aM..rry
f Christmas.: He also says to DRIVING IN-
e I !got! my Christmas candy beforeond be careful when you start to bite .

t your Christmas fruit cake. Leon's
mother sent him a nice fruit cake l'
and he says that one of his buddies p o p e Qw J

found a two-lnrh nail In it. Thai .
would have been v' ,.
awful f one of
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So "
fruit
cake: makers A
please
put !, '' '
"' more,, fruit! and less nails In your '; :. .. ..
w l mixture. w '.:. .', ,

Bye now. Merry Christmas, andI -.
shall be with each of you. We '
bury a soldier boy Monday who \ '

.i + died In Korea, So young and :
.s sweet to die. God be with all out t
boys everywhere this Christmasand }

I11 remember.we are thinking of %
you, proud of you and so much r '
wish you were back home, and no ;
., a such awful war. But we don't 1 +

fERRh know what to do but pray. Sour 0 ) s e
prayers.go up dear boys outthere '
for alof\ you. God bless
and keep you alMERfY\

CHRISTJAS% %. CHRISTMAS. LOVELURA \

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best wishes for good fortune I IS.,'Vl':,;:"'!.t.:::*.,...Bradford. Co.Mr,
)'"ill Inn lluwle Lanry Plaintiff' v.,
.. -through the Doming Vfor, Ward Thomm. Laney, J..f.nllI..t. '
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DENMARK FURNITURE CO. I I, ag-nlnet Carolina.reeldenoe Node ult Tot You for.Ward To are you Divorce)I.Appear.:hereby Route'lhanias In the ha.4 notified, above Monroe I-nn.y.been that name whoa film. With I GULFS great Ho-Noxqou get :


STARKE, ,, FLORIDA I Court and rauie and You are re.quired .
la eerve a
copy of your an>
: ewer or pleading to the complaint

,T.on Eva.the .Plaintiff.1 ..Attorneys.. Evan._ .
.toil Law;; Exchange; thudding;; :' lack* .. .
I onvllle. Florida and lie the orl.ln. ;' !I.
al I In the office of the ClerK of the "
Circuit Court on or before the rte J; .. .
Jay -of December: 1":BI ; nlherwlut ${ ... .....
allpKatlnna of raid I I r<>mr>lnln -
will! be taken ae confeeeed bv you "" ."v'\I\ I/1J. "."",
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Thl. notice I ehall be publlehed ,... '. "'- ----- ."
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on... each week for four consecutive '" -', .- .....-...-....
week In the E-radford County -
T.le..aph.Doled .
this Uth day of November,
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(Or 'ltAL SEAL) A. :/. 1'hnm.Clerk ..,
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ALVAREZ' STORE Established lt 1891 8 I111 O Christmas Sln'hat! holy
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Christmas Is the gentlest, loveliest ::
C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE festival of the revolving AND THANK YOU FOR ALL-C
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THE SWELL PATRONAGE LAST YEAR:
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Constant Service Over 50 Years authority. -VV. J. Cameron. CANOVA PHARMACY .

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Dear Santa: mle. I go to Sunday School every Dear<< Santa:
Fresh ... Tree Ripened I am a little girl 8 y ars old Sunday. Please 'bring: me a baby I am a little boy 8 years old. t .
I and I think I have been a very doll with curly hair and some My name la Connie t want you j jt
good little Will baby clothes Santa. I will leave ;
girl.
OrangesGrapefruit Tangerines $ you please to bring me a ball and bat, a Hop- l WLYBi i
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bring me a big doll buggy for my you a piece of cake and a cup
little along Cassidy pistol and holsters
big doll, and a play electric stove. coffee. Remember my
SELECTED SIZES ], Candy, nuts and some shoes and ,,friends. << and don't forget my :Mother l f f fix .
clothes. Thank you. Santa. -Nellie Louise Lang and Daddy and my other brothers t -sfj.\ t tr .
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Shipped Daily Guaranteed Delivery ffMARTIN'S Vera Crews Maxvllle Fla. )' A." :? '.).
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and sisters. Love .
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Lawtey Fla. Dear Santa; Lonnlo Tetstone .4iUW'ii' .
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I want you to bring me a lot of and I am In the third grade. t i 1'*
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North 2 I.toys this year. I want a Toni Please Santa bring me a > $,
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doll and wardrobe ball and some clothes. Rememberthe mother says I'm a good boy some '" .lfj. &
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puppy dog table and chairs a Lang a new cowboy.gun to you / :4'it.1'hhklir'o basketball set, a doll bed and doll Majcvllle Fla wrist cuffs, cowboy handkerchief, :,; ; !
carriage a house coat a doll suit gloves, hat and spurs. I would and yours s$4t etti ,,hA it$ th.ttAd \
like barn with animals and < = .
case, and a nice tea set too. Dear Santa: a toy +;: '' t'
P. S.-I'll have a stocking too. I am a little girl 5 years old. :things too. Thank. you very much STEFANELLI'SGrocery ; .1 :MDIhId, w1fhrlta!(< : s*

P S.-I want two guns Just like My name Is little Wllla girl Mae.this I year.have I for the last nice toys Don't you brought to Market <\, (> t wsUi, ;YNtt ;. ;Mt.... >p.,,...........
REFINEMENTin Stevens. been a good me year. forget my & .."",>;1',," ) :;;"':M '''.'> ...!;.>>'!<. ,{!,t ,., '.1. ...\
so I want you to bring me a doll i brothers, Billy Tom and Bruce. """ ." ." > ';""' Y"9""" ::, '.'fr .,\' .,
-Betty Ann Simmons Starke, FloridaGS ,'* ..'ft r. r:" ;. kR\P::}' : ${ ,""<_
and doll buggy candy oranges Love. :>> ;>'$':: '::< 1 : "v Ww *
every necessary detail in a Service Dear Santa: and some nuts. If I am not asleep I Marc Jackson I ': 1
available locally and widely known I am a little girl 5 years old-- when you come, I will give you a $4 t; .
for its modest cost its wholesome only girl lit my family. I am the piece of cake. So be sure to atop :
courtesy, and always tactful sympa- 13th child. I have been a good at my house Love \ \
thy. little girl. You can ask my Mom Wllla Mae Tetstone t.11fG\ ,

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accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY of AA J LLPNSf1.t.1
company payment: 'la part- or-In full on a funeral.- 9 CHAS. C. SHEPHERD STARKE, FLORIDA
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#p the "value of friendships E. Johns Hazel filch Garnita Parker

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Leila's Dress & Gift Shop
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Recent BirthsMaJ. I Fllllnglm Patrolman\ are the and happy Mrs.parents Quentin ofa 1 I Better Study Up On Law Before You Contribute To Favorite Candidate \ : --


and Mrs. R. O. Kltld Jr of daughter Alice Ann, born Dec. fly ItiiHNell Kay over and pick up a check." activities on behalf of a favorite'
Fort Walton formerly of Starke General Hos I The bookies and gamblers are candidate in the forthcoming election :
announce tho birth of a son, James 11 In the Alachua Supporting your favorite candidate all balled up this time. Iney are -either financial or otherwise\
Michael on Dec. 7. pital.\ with cash contributions, complimentary \ afraid to stick their necks out for -you'd better get a copy of the

oe-----------.--.-.-.--___..-.-.- advertisements or not only does the new election law law and study up ou It before you I w
boosts on the radio won't be as I hold their feet to the fire, but get involved. :
easy during the coming elections Uncle Sam is sitting on the sidelines
as It has been in the past. waiting to nick them for n : -.......-- I rza .$

If the new election laws are federal license and 10 per cent of ,
really enforced, candidates) are going their take.
to have mighty tough sledding I Maybe you used to gallop around
as far as any big money Is con- passing out cards 'for your favor 5
cerned. Although the law does ites. You have always contendedIt
not limit the amount a candidate was a very valuable service andIf b
may spend. It does require that he It hadn't been for your work
account for every penny as watt the candidate probably wouldn't
TALES and Christmas
as any service rendered that mightbe have carried your precinct. But, FAIRY are a Yuletide tradition.It GreetingsChrimas
considered of help or value In my friend, that valued service Is thus fitting that the story
'. his campaign.The must now be officially recordedand I which promises to be America's
old days of a candidate not you must place actual ,valueon most popular and long lived fairy
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knowing where the money came It and file this Information ,with tale is related to the Christmas
from, where it went or how muchit the campaign manager, who In season. C9RidT'--AS CANDLE The
was, are a thing of the past. turn must pass the information on Once upon a time there was a soft, .t'eady glow of a lighted
Theme familiar advertisements of to the Secretary of State, and you reindeer with a built-in flashlightbulb candle Is one of the treasures of
yesteryear that carried the line, can be pretty certain that the for a nose. You know, Rudolph, Christmas which ne one would
'This Advertisement Paid for by newspapers will tell the world< the red-nosed reindeer. From a want to lose. Another treasureIs
Friends of Joe Doaks," are out. about It when the statement is small beginning In 1938. the little the happy child is a good
Corporations that in the past filed 'animal with the built-in beacon
t have made sizeable contributions The fellow who grasps the hand has become at familiar as Humpty- time a pleasant time
, New Barber Here
to every candidate in the race, I of the winner after election and I Dumpty and Cinderella to youngsters -the
't,. lust to be on the safe side, must now 'starts that old song and dance : everywhere. one day in the
t. h' V. :J. Slade of Hampton Is a
? forego that questionable pleasure. about how hard he worked how First Invented as a sales giveaway long calendar of the
t.f' They will probably be gladof much money. he spent and how II promotion for MontgomeryWard new employee at the City BarberShop A2
w' f by Robert L. May, Rudolphwas Mr. Slade was formerly when
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It for the aspirants used to standIn helpful his services were duringthe year people
f' v% featured in many free booklets employed as a barber In St
line waiting to tap the big boys campaign will be laying himself -
f't before he become associated with Petersburg. everywhere !Joy aside the cores of the
for as much as the traffic would wide open, for If what he
Christmas. Songwriter Johnny
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t bear. I claims Is true, there should be a Marks liked the title "Rudolph, the every day world.
The new laws should also protect detailed record of all his activities Red Nosed Reindeer". so he wrote .
, } the candidate from a flock of : on behalf of jald candidate on file a sons about It. He was so sure he
cheap chiselers who for years have I In the Secretary of State's office. had a success that he started his With gay tidings oil around us and
yapped at his heel. and taken him The next governor will be in a own Publishing company, using
for sucker dough. '!I1.* .uys who lot better position when It comesto I "Rudolph" as his first release. with the blessings of the Christmasseason

yank the aspirant's coat tall in knowing just who did or didn't Gene Autry made the Initial recording i so greatly in evidence let
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the hotel lobby and try to moocha support him for he will have a very' and that one record sold j
few dollars for gasoline money. complete and Interesting record 2,000,000 copies all acclaim the Yuletide and welcomeit
They are working their heads off available, and can step across the Last year, there were 16 different
for him but need a few bucks for hall and check It for himself.Of recordings of the song for sale, with a sincere and heartfelt hap
the law doesn't ranging from boogie-woogie by
IThe expenses. course say
Sugar Chile Robinson to Bin, Crosby ,ct: off piness.
Then the "WE BOYS" won'tClnd that you can't contribute or that I pfi eARrh
and cowboy singers.
things as easy as they used you can't work for a candidate,
to be. They are the ones who geta but It does say that If you do you May all of us in our own way observethe
quietness and peaceof candidate on the telephone, call better make sure that It Is on
him by his first name and say, record and has been officially re customs essential to a joyous and
"You know WE BOYS over here 1 e
Christmas blend. ported. It It hasn't, and an op- r i successful Christmas ,Season.
at the Union Hall have been sitting -
around talking about you and posing candidate finds it out, you

'; with the spirit of thanksgiving we've decided. to go all out In are going to be In plenty of trou- Bringing You

your behalf. We are going to go I ble because the new law has teethIn /r 'F l'
around the state and just talk to 'nESTVISIIES
it and you can go to Jail or \
to remind us of the boys; It won't cost much, just I -
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sizeable fine If found ,
pay a guilty.So
expenses, maybe a couple of thou- *
sand would do It. I'll come right I If you are planning any for the
the joys of associating
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J/aJ otnclent Source IT BUT \

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, Y'evu When you fasten the ornaments to << /

'I your Christmas tree this year you i
will be centuries-
I" commemorating a
\ old Arabian legend that relates how ,
plants blossomed and flowered and '1
trees miraculously bore ripened
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, fruit on the eve of the first Christ 1 a ? j _
: ,- mas. GK

In fact the Christmas tree itself GK
stems from Vie story of a Scandinavian -
"sacred" tree and Martin '
I Luther a German, is said to have 4 -Ig
II KQCH DRUG STORESTARKE brought the first one indoors and
II decorated it for the Yule season In
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the early 16th century. t 'r0'e

I FLORIDA These are only two of more thana
I I score of legends from which /
I today's Christmas symbols and cus- 2

''k L &*S3 &Mfeft ., . ,_ toms stem. According to JeannetteLee ,
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who has probed their origin for s
I nearly a dozen years, the American - I Christmas symbols-from candles. g o.'o.l\3.\ f, -

I II i It "''111\\\1\\\ \III\\ ;\tti till.1ti \ and bells-have to no kissing common under nationality.the mistletoe S .... ..'. -- J

.. I Ii They have come from aU parts of '
i I II the world. K B. T. THOl LUMBER CO.

I! I Mrs. Lee, who is supervisor ol
creative art for a greeting card
company constantly. utilizes the
traditions and emblems of the festival

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cards and Is Just as constantly
searching for new ones. This year
for example the bright-colored tree =--- -
.ti tii =s ornaments are In high vogue as r
? decorative devices on Christmas


i I I cards.Christmas Helps /MerryA .


a II World's Economy.

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Many people, with the total ex-
ception of children have come to C6rithvasI
believe that Christmas has becometoo '..
r I commercial. In a spiritual sense,
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this Is true to some extent. ? nry.
} I Economically, however, no other J
holiday or feitive season contrib-
utes so much to the welfare of the
world. Christmas has hardly passed .
into the new year before thousand:
T v\1 are at work on toys and myriads of Merry Christmas
It's always a pleasure other Christmas specialties for the
a next holiday. Each year, as the< and a Happy New
lights of Christmas trees twinkle on
to wish you a wintry night, bow many of us Year to and
I think of the millions who' have you
: gained employment through the
the Merriest Christmas Your
x __ I Christmas shopping Industry yours patronage
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And yet commercial"
that vou .have ever-known I an overstatement. Is it maybe too throughout the past year is sincerely appreciated.We look forward, g

I wrong, once a year, to make the
i dominate theme one of giving, rather this coming year to supplying you with those top quality
than of receiving? Christmas
and the spirit of Christmas, has end Sinclair product and rendering our friendly,courteous service
MOTORSSTARKE 1red wars and great chaos through]
J. P. ROBERTS
TORODE CHEVROLET CO. centuries as a time of joyousness
and happiness, and giving has always T
been en Important part of thefesUvltii \
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STARKE, FLORIDA of .
; The pi-.ure the family united ,
with presents opened and children OL
wrapped la the Joyousness of Child ,SEEDER I). GOODMAN e
hood's greatest emotion Is I IlLl
still,
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