Bradford County telegraph
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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 28, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03148
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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It rl '1' S : r A verdict of "unavoidable ac ij, \ The Big Dad Manufacturing: Co.

spi cident" was returned by a coroner'* will begin production of a new
jury here Wednesday morning absolving line--sport. shirtson Monday
Louis Vernon Todd., 37- .I -'
t Jan. 7, according to an announce
year-old sharecropper' from blameIn
n 1 + e the 4" n ment this week by D S. Slceloff
highway death of Nancy 4"l tA
-' Lou Liles 7-year-old daughter ot president of the company.

"', ',e Y %4 Mr and Mrs. John Thomas LJles flip line will be known 'as Bland
I F.4 i: r of Biooker J
Sportswear-taking: its name

M '1kE The accident occured at 6:30p Ml rfl from nearby Camp Blending 'r

.m. on Saturday, Dec. 22. on ,
.f.fi ., Mr. Slceloff stated that additional
State Road 18 five miles west of !i\ r f fp.l 1

:.,,--; ..._""""' -+raraa',.rm wsr -i;;-n -.... ,- .-..... Brooker, when a pickup truck unit of machinery Is now '
driven by the child's being Installed In the
mother Von- plant to take '
was made a little Everett McKinney, lodge member store
apnea : elation to the local Setzer's nie sl'r '
Arnold Liles crashed Into the care of the lino .
new and : T
ur for some 15t needy Miss Joyce Rlherd, county nurse who "gave us $300 worth of rear end of a tractor-drawn approximately '

,:,t'lin Bradford County by the who assisted In compiling the list groceries for $500' -donating considerable "being operated by Todd. trailer Both- 23 more women worker

button of baskets of food of families! to receive baskets, ; and stivpblng the rest vehicles were headed toward will be employed as a result of .

!OOXPS if toys contributed by Senator: Johns; Santa Claus (L. H.: at wholesale, Vftaky said The Brooker. '' the expansion. Thin will bring the '
orgAnizations churches, andr Chrlstenberry) : and Charles Dixie Lilly Milling ('0. donated l "
Todd who: hall been held and total number of employees at the .
Hardy. .
groups 150 boxes of grits and rice which r
later released under bond 1 plant to 123.:
lured above Is the start of Vltsky, who has successfully were added to the Elks, Lions, and on a ,
Ming activities at the local engineered the Elks charity fund Rotary baskets. temporary charge of manslaughter, 51r' The company Is putting on ad.
was driving the tractor and trailer
lodge which donated around for the past two years commendsthe Vltsky hopes that next year without dltional salesmen In Texan, Oklahoma
jkots In this worthy activity. work done the some toy manufacturer might be according to a re- and
by various organisations port of the investigating Arkansas, and I la lookIng I
l left to right atePhil: Vltsky : and their committees Induced to contribute some new officer forward "
State Highway Patrolman to an Increased volume
who has served as ,x',* /"I toys for this worthy activity. Q. A.
treasurer that there Is plenty of
Filllnglm. ___ of business In 1052.
nan of the lodge's' activities t 1,. om; sfc Improvement In the future Those who assisted in distributing lis; s' p
However, at the a t
m> Christmas seasons;; State He will recommend having a the baskets are convinced coroner's Inquest \

lor Ed Baker of Eustis, who central point! of distribution there- that there are many families In Mrs. Llles stated that the Funeral Friday

i holiday guest of Sen. Char- by equalizing the contents of the Bradford County who would nothne bright lights on her car were defective ( 4 "a, For Mrs. Addison
and she ia
K Johns of Starke and gave a basket and avoiding: duplications. | hJ.,1 any Christmas at all if was driving with ,

'j hand In the distribution; I I The Elks expressed their appre- i, It had not been for these baskets her that dimmer he had on. She also said ;.' t v { Mr, Uuifley! Johnson Addison
to "pump her brakes"In :
: 'I 2's'ex IT, died Wednesday morning atS
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an attempt to avoid hitting th e .

l ounSuccuinbs.To.OId Injuries; Funeral To Be Sunday : were trailer.defective1 Indicating also.The" ;,.that beef. brakes' A.,yr r J 6 .. .. 'Rts Sat/ o'clock$oUtli at?>t Starve her home, 41.g'on:,,Infant IT. 9. t

; I' four ,ether members of the y e i sort, )born her. on the ame'Any, survived -

nird Emmett Colson, 51 duty as a night patrolman attempted In a creek on the road to-'Jacksan- Liles family, who were riding \in r.n Mrs. Addition wan a native of

Wednesday morning at S to break up a store rob- vllle, and McCray wa subsequently the truck at the time of the ac- l

k In St. Vincent Hospital bery here and was shot twice by arrested and confessed to firing cident, were Injured. The father Bradford County, the daughter of I.

(the time of his death, Colson Leroy ?\(<,Cray. young negro prison- the allots that wounded the officer. John Liles, 29, Is still In the Ala- QM"Guard William L. and Florida. Starling
on i one of his frequent visits escape-artist, who later confessed Colson was bo'rn at PI'evidence. In chug General Hospital a* a resultof Johnsi>n. d dBesides

he hospital. for treatment, to the crime and received a sentence Union County on Oct. IS: 1900 blond poisoning that developedIn her husband. Monroe .

stated by an injury to his of 35 years. One bullet the non of Michael I.. and Lola an Injured knee. I Addison, and her parents, she Is \

when he was shot while fired by McCray lodged In Col- I Summers Colson. Nellie Llles, month-old baby, re- Student RecognitionTo survived by three. daughters, Mrll. '

son's shoulder while the other I He It survived by his widow ceived a critical head Injury but Farmers Told Betty Mae Johnson, Jacksonville,

i 111"s .Utorney T. E. Duncanthe passed through his head penetrating I Mrs. Pearl Manning/ CoNon; a U. believed to be recovering at, the Payroll Be ObservedBy and Yevhon and Janice Addison

It-graph. a portion of the brain. 'daughter Teresa Colson. Starke; present tim!!. Laura Bell Llles, 7, Methodists"Student both of Starke: five eons VV, M.,

111-I Totals
''I on a murder. charge now ed between life and death and was City, and Michael Colson Starke; less seriously injured. $31,000i Recognition Day" will Infant son, all of Starke; one

w M the law provide that finally able to return to his home and two half brothers! Wilbur C. Todd was thrown from the b.. observed In all of the churches participating In the brother, Roy Johnson, Stark;

ik k mist oronr "within a year here, although unable to work Smith Houston Texas, and May- tractor and injured but not Local National Guardsmen drew i In Methodism on Sunday, Dec 30, 1951 ACP Program are remindedthat two Hint era, Mrs. Allen Altman,

> !* the was a member of the Church of Rev. Thomas O Mitchell The Starkel| two half brothers Volley
'n of the Injury In orifc-r hospital at frequent Inter- The Liles family live In a house i ces a* citizen-soldiers during 1911. practices carried tit under the
acre vals for and Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints local Methodist Church will participate and Jimmie Starling, both of ,
to he primec-ntlon! for treatment brain surgery on the Ralph Hazen farm near 1031 Program In January 13, 1092,
Funeral services will' be held Brooker, where the father assists In working up Administrative the annual reports In the nationwide obserVance If there Is any doubt as to Starke; and two half sister, Mrs. '

J After shooting Colson McCrayand Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock In in farming operations.Todd the Unit Assistant whether the report Is complete, Alma Starling Starke, and Mr\ .
told the Telegraph that the
iron the police force almost his companion made away with the DeWitt! C. Jones Chapel Officiating was also a'sharecropper, exact figures. had not been compiled The Woman's Society of Christian each farmer can check in a few E/fle Manning, Jacksonville.

''Ira ego the safe which they had taken ministers will be Bishop working for Dock Roberts of but that members of the Service will give a supper Sun- minutes by calling the County Funeral services were held Fri-

the' from the Southern Store on Call Wm. F Boxx and Elder Wilford Worthington Springs, to whom the local yet unit received more than day evening, at 6 p.m. In the Agent's/ office In Starke. Only day afternoon at 2 o'clock In the
early morning hours of Street, and which contained Jordan Interment will be in tractor-trailer belonged Todd Methodist recreational hall In honorof about half -of the farmer who Pine Level Baptist Church, of
31.000( for their services which
ary 27. 1950 Colson, while on $230.60 The safe was later located South Prong Cemetery.Merchants was hauling a load of garbage. In i Included regular drills the following college students, .fligned-up In the 1951 Program which she was a member, with

the trailer at the time of the armory and high school seniors and their have completed their reports so Rev. W. E. Hall officiating. In-
ac- weekend rifle range practice, summer
ling Called cident. parents; each farmer I* urged to check his terment was In Dyal Cemetery
Watch training and annual salaries
Night ServiceAt I record In the county office before under the direction of DeWItt C.
Claude and Kenneth
Say The Liles truck turned over'following of the full-time Unit Administrator Johns Billy ,
CpfC Jones.WINNERS .
Methodist ChurchThe January 15.
the accident, but righted and Unit Caretaker. Bert Newcomb Ona Dem-

Discuss Fair First Methodist Church of Business GoodHow wheels.i Itself and came The to tractor rest on, knocked all four Much the same program Is ten- oreut Brown,. Billy Olin White Cresslor Jr., Marcus Jerome I IN GOOSE CONTEST I'I 'IMr

1 Marian Howe executive Starke!! will observe Watch Nighton tatively scheduled for 1992, and the Johns Carl
loose from the trailer, "ran wild" annual Income Is expected to be Kaspar Duncan Johns _
"y of the Chamber of Com- New Year's Eve with special after Todd was thrown from be- ; Jimmy Rowe, Florence Brown, and
larger due to promotion and additional
candlelight Communion Service
announced yesterday that was Christmas business hind the steering wheel, and ran enlistments. Pat Sleg. iL j
ding will be held In the C beginning at 11 p.m. Special "Just fine, thank you." most through the woods until halted bya //"fr. Robert Green, Secretary of I
Imcs at 1 I music will be furnished by the
p.m. on Wednes- Starke business men agree. stump. Student Work for the W S. C. S. _
kn Methodist Youth Choir with Mrs. NATIONAL ,
for the of !
purpose Two heavy volume days In suc r.
Nancy Llles, whose lung was l Is In of ,:
charge for
Green preparations
lIng Plans for the Lloyd as accompanist. k_ ,
county'sat cession-Saturday and Monday GUARD NOTES ,
I l punctured In the accident, was "
exhibit the State Fair"lilbltors Preceding the Watch Night service (Christmas Eve)-put most local 1 carried to the Alachua General the supper wI

IIpa. the Methodist Youth Fellowship merchants "over the top" In sales Hospital, where she died at 130: Cpl Vernle E. Thornton graduated Following the supper the college

and others Inter- will enjoy a New Year's Eve I as compared with the 1990( Christmas p.m. Sunday She was one of the from the Auto Mechanics students will be Invited to parti- I l.'S

'18 Having displays in the party in the Recreation Hall. In season. 335:' person reported killed In Course at the Infantry School Ft. clpate In a panel discussion at th 9

this year ar. urged to at. charge of the recreation will be:' Higher prices might account highway accidents throughout the Jackson, S. C.. on Dec. 21 He evening worship service Questions

''hla' meeting so that space Jimmy Rowe Sandra Johns and for some of the Increase In dollar nation during the holiday season, has been attending the school for to be discussed. will Include,

Hinted and othe arrange- Linda Johns The Hall, will be volume over last year, but most the past three months The coui e those dealing with the opportunities
mad decorated for the occasion! by JoAnn business men here feel that they Funeral services for the little covered the organizational main for religion on the college

vbro.. if the C of C1 board of Slade, Joan Scholl, and Jane actually sold more stuff also girl New were Hope held Cemetery at the near graveside LaCros-In tenance and recovery of wheel!' and campus, way In which the local

"* Richarde "No complaints-business was amphibious wheel vehicles and church can help the college students
are also asked be ae on Monday, Dec. 24 Rev,
to Willis
pres- The Wesleyan Service Guild will wonderful." seems to be the of similar equipment by diagnosing and other questions dealing. / +- r
was the
have a social meeting" In the educational general opinion. minister officiating operational defects and adjusting with Student-Church relation. s.

nUll building beginning at 9 and replacing parts and assemblies The public Is cordially Invited. to .1

OK THINKS f Dr. MiddletonIn Sgt Rodney P. Hall and Cpl attend this service at 7:30: p.m.

1s happy to be home again pm.The entire church membershipwill Negro Is BlamedIn .I George/ ,A. Wlnkler will leave for Sunday
being seriously m |In the come together for Dinging and New Auto Accident the Infantry Radio School at Ft
Medt,11< Bennlng: Ga on Jan 3, The radio Two
fGr | 'Center, Jackson- refreshments in the recreation hall Dr W E. Middleton. Starke InjuredIn
1IP\'l1al< weeks and wish at 10:15, Visitors are cordially Invited physician, Is now located In his The unusual experience of being repair course that they will attend Accidents

*t mv many friend for the to the song fest and refreshment new offices in the Green Building( 'run Into by their own truck was I Is about four and a half

Sawed, messages and hour and to remain for the on North Court Street opposite experienced on Christmas Eve by months long and will cover the During Holidays
f tXpre::,j: Of sympathy and WatchNight service at 11 o'clock courthouse. varloua repair courses for the!
tfulness the Austin and Harp Smith. several type radios used by the Infantry Accidents marred, the Christmas r
while I was In the In the church sanctuary Dr. Middleton' former office on
'td -B' card Strickland. i (Temple Avenue was moved to make William Tyson colored driving The school will cover the holiday In at leant two Bradford
( a pulpwood truck belonging to organizational maintenance and County homes. (t
Tax Discount Lowers j room for the widened U. S. 301 I
I Harold Smith, apparently drove repair of field-type radio equipment
I Eugene
of Grlffts. .12-year-old son d
After January 1 right way. out from a ilda road near the Farm- such an ground, mobile of Ruffian Grlffls
!/ the [In of Lawtey was fr
I Also beginning new year
en Market without stopping to portable, vehicular and trans '
location i I" Doyle the Cleaner.I Injured when a 13 gauge shotgun/
two days a new If the
Taxpayers have only see highway was clear portable radio sets. he was holding fired and sent

t e left In which to take advantage of I who moved during the holidays about 12:10 a.m.. Dec. 24 He ran The local unit will hold its next a load of shot Into his foot partof He : *. F F Stump Starke housewife, hit the nail on the head witha
East Call
the three percent discount offeredIn I st.from to the their Darby Building on on West Into mond a ':.11 Ford and belonging to Ray regular scheduled armory drill on will b. on crutches for some time guess of 9,422 to win the grand sweepstake In the Goose Guessing:

1 December, Collector J. R. Kelly Call Smith.Handy driven by Austin Jan 7. but will recover satisfactorily It Contest sponsored during the past few weeks by the Starke Chamberof

reminded the. public yesterday.I was reported. Commerce. She received merchandise orders valued at "1.I1.M as)

Beginning Jan. 1 the discount allowed School Starts Highway Patrolman Q. A. Fll- No Council Meeting Willard Alvarez 38, received asevered first prize winner There waa a three-way tie for second place. Mr*.
I llngln), who investigated the accident
JANUARY'Daaa hand almost from the R. E. Mundorff (left above) and Mrs. L. A Crosby (third from left)
to two percent. charged Tyson with driving
Until 15 base of his
AgainThe while drunk and having no January an accident finger to his wrist In both guessed 9,423 while Reese Scott (right) guessed 9421. Since

WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEETThe "old grind' will begin again driver' !!tense.s H, A Bishop Jr. chairman of ,on Christmas while Eve.butchering It I la reported hogs the correct figure wa* 9,422 all three missed It only one point The

I board of the for Bradford County school a' Nona of the occupant of eithercar the City Council announced yesterday that a piece of meat clipped from tie was broken by "drawing trawa" and Mrs. Mundorff was awarded
executive the second prize of $21093: In merchandise
HIIIIID hold dent and teachers on Wednesday, was seriously injured. The that the Council would not i the table and both Alvarez and his ; Scott took third place with
will ,
I Starke Woman's Club father reached for It the $82 42 In merchandise; and Mr*. Crosby placed fourth and was award
the Jan. 2. when the annual Christmas Ford wa* damaged to the extent meet again until Tuesday, Jan. 15. at same -
Its regular monthly meeting In ( I time. fir father war holding a ed the goose and cage Object of the contest was to guess the num
jm holidays officially come to'a of about $3OO, and the truck about since the regular t
meeting nexweek
school ber of
Jan. of
club house at 3:30: o'clock, ; knife and accidently cut the deep grain corn that a goose would eat In 30 days. Guesses
.n.4mm.. 3rd. clow. $200. falls on New Year Day gash in his son's hand. I ranged all the way from 0 to 43A million. One contestant wrote on

his ticket "None If he l Is la love." +



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Suffered Kl'irl.U' once each waek for four consecutivewoeka I !siSVi of NW'i' Kx '-A fn SW J.or Kama. In which .......d. Jophlne --=
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Bradford i..al. i Will lH .
County Telegraph SiHikc. Flu. rraph. 8<.rtlnn ID. Townchlp 9 South R..nce No. 40, Tear of laaunn 01.'h.!| | "
Every Meal Due J .K Hnrdy West Madison *i Dated this 12th day. of Decemb : 11 .-e June 1. AH. 1949. at tho i'" ." 'I. t h,
!'Itnk... Klar U&l. 2Niini In which, n...*..e ESTABLISHED 1870 E. l_ MATTHEWS. OWNIIII-IlDITOII I To Acid Indigestion >..INI this 21st day of 1'>"".IIb., (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, nf Bile' 8, Uahao-an'a Suh-Dlvlnlon. 1"5.. whl'II.' 'h">' 'mi,' ,
A l> 1951 Clerk of the Circuit Court ta No, 34. Tear of IMU- Section' 31. Township 6 South. Ranicu. uary, IDS; : >.
.-ubIl8'I..d' Kvery rrmnyClass and Entered as Second ___ It/11 4t 1 II I By Myrtle '1'. Dsaver. Deputy Clerk .111''' Ju,, ', A.n 94'. 22 Kant.Name. 1951OFFrf'T'l.I>'Ued th'', ''I'' ,hy
Recently a lady aMted. that she 12/14 it 1/4/52 r>..R..rll'tlon nt Prnp"rtv.: Com 420 In which antonaed.: J, J,
)fatter at the Post OffU'O at Starke. Fla. OTICH TO APPKtRIn '. FlW'inf' l IW1,4 ( .
( of \ QrnRW.Unleaa
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tt N from
wall troubled with Imligmtlon after C'lrcnll >r Hresfurd Coeetr. & ,'un 'V 115 ft N 50 ft F: 11ft ft A"II iiuch certificate or er.tlflcnten '. .' ,A
eV4Iry.m..al roffardless of what Florida t In Cbnneery.Johnte NOTlrl: TO APPR4.ltCo fl tn pt nf h.... R.I'Unn 21.To""ehlp ahull be r.d *ma Idley. flalntlff, vs. Willie I. cr..1t ..r.. Hredferd County, Rng. Z2 Ea.t. ing to lav. the '
Member 1951 Khe ate oe how much ahe ate That l./u Mmllli Hlf y, LivfendantCase. Florida> Is) < ........",.. SOllth. property described
ihe had tried about everything No. S!52 Marjorle Schrader Rosenblatt. ,
old. for atomach relief but with I He-flee Ta Appene.To' .flalntlff.. vs.. Norman T,oulH Ilosen -
Wllll, lx>'u Smith niley, wh ie ilatt Dnftndanl. Casa No. 8834Votlr
J"1JSO For Six: Months no oucceaf until she got INNER-! residence; and addres* Is: S07 5th To A..........
SiibM-rlntlon! ,: .715 Aniuinily TON K. Sho mated. Bhe was amazed Avenue, New York' New York w'n"RI.;: : Norman. Louis Rosenblatt I.r ,
Ton are hereby. notified that a residence and address If 18Marshall SAVE EVERYDAY 195
with the results when Rho took suit for Divorce has been filedtralnat r ::.e1'r-y rtment V-II IN. :

As We Approach The New Year thin medicine. Now ahe eats with :?ourt and you cause In and the you abova are required named: IrvlnsTton.You are, hereby. notified. that a
t out fear and In free from Indigea-
to serve A Qopy of your answer suit for Divorce has been filed
Goodbye Old Year Tried, trusty friend, thy tale tlon for the flrat time. In years.INNERTONE or pleadln. to Mia complaint l on the ssralnst :you In the above n..medeo..t -
Plaintiff's. Attorney, Carloa H. Hurper. and cause and you are required '' -
\' la the now formula '' '-
at last is told ; .104 W I'nlvKrslty Avenue, to serve. a copy of your .answer =
write thou thine for us1 in'line* of of juloes from Na ture's plants i Ualnesvlile, Florida, and file the or .pleadlnc. to the complaint UI.III//W//t;
, 0 New Year I combined with blood building orlarlnal In the office .of the Fl' rkof on tha Plaintiff's Attorney T. Frank. "
brightest gold the Circuit Court In or before. the Landrum .Starke, Florida and file
IRON and nerve ttrengthenlnff list day of January, 10111:'otherwlxe' tha original In the office of the
-Arthur'unknown.. VITAMINS B-1. B-2 and B-6. It : the alterations I of said Complaint: Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be.
IIIU will be taken. as confessed bv you. fore the 14th day of January, 1952;
relieved many people who This nolle shall be published otherwise the allegations, of said

! Another holiday season is fast drawing to a c101 ". It was I had never been really helped before I once weeks each In the week. Bradford for four County consecutive Teleraph. Complaint, by :you.will be taken. aa confessed

a happy Christmas1 for most-a sad one for Borne-for, as by any medicine. Taken shortly This notice shall. be .published
death accidents orillness before meals it mixes with your l>uted this llth day of December once each week for four consecutiveweeka
touched or
homes were by U 1. .
usual, several' In Ilia Bradford. County Telegraph.
"is life." food and alilx digestion "thus ([OFFICIAL BE!:At,) A.t.: Thomas, .
. -but that, as the saying: goes eliminating gas and bloat", So Clerk of the Circuit' Court. Dated this 12th day. of December,
As we look back over the year we cannot in all conscience don't. go on suffering;! Get INNRRTONK : By Myrtle T. Deaver.. Deputy' Clerk 1151
11/St 4t 1/11/51 (OFFICIAL PRAT.) A. J. Thomas,
, !'say that it has been a very pleasant one for our Country. at KOCH DRUG STORE3. -... Clerk of the circuit Court, .

/. The threat of another world war has been ever present in our (Adv.) In Circuit OTICP C...rt,APPRAR Bradford Ceantr. By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputv Clerk m
11/14 4t 1/4/SJ
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' Florida .
actuality of war (though In c. ,
has been the
minds. Then too there
Alxetta Klastaw Plaintiff, v..,Sonln' ,
undeclared) in Korea, with its terrible price of American Refinance Klastow, Defendant.; Case No. 83t) !NOTICR Of A PPI.I(" TIOVFOH Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Mon.\ De
j' officials' Your Debts Notice' To Appear.To TtX' : DKUItNOTICK :
. lives : the shocking behaviour of some governmental With a 20-Ycar-5% Inu-rent : Aonla' Klnetow, whoae resllence : l" 1IKRKBY OIVEN,
: ;
and taxes all of these and ,: ant fuhre Avenue, Bronx thnt'T. J Alderman the holder of
higher -
,I in high places ; inflation New York. the following certificates has flint .
I other worries have made the year of '51 a troublesome one. Federal Land Bank You are hereby notified that a said certificates for a tax. Deed to 152 Call Slrcat
suit for Divorce has been filed fie Issued thereon. The certificateNumbers ,
But there are only a few days left in '51, and with '52 almost Farm Loan Kgalnat/ you In the above named and Years of Issuance. the .
Vuirt[ and causa. ,iand you are re.quired description of the property, .and the Starke Florida.
on the threshold, there is always the hope SKK to serve a copy of your an.swer names. In which It was assessed areas I ,
that in '52 by some or oleaJIn* to the complaint follows.:
the future holds in store. We can hope n. W/HUYAN on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, Evan Certificate No- 6.1, Year. of Issa*

, miracle a way might be found to solve the world problems 622 N Main StreetGainesville T. Evans snd Neal' D Evans. J,.. 109 ance Mav. II. A,r> 1947.Description .

, without resort to war. Florida Naw' Florida Exchange' and Ru file lid 11'/1'the/ Jacksonville original. KVi. nf N\V'4.of lection Property 24. :Township NHJ1of Chase & Sanborn Pressure Pack ( 1

country In the office of the Clerk' of the Circuit a I Smith. Itnnsre 23 Rnst in Acres.
It will be a fateful year in the history of our no Court on or before the 14th dny Name In which assessed: C. C

doubt. For the first time since the American revolution with .. of ea-atlons January of 143 said. ; otherwise the al* OiinterCertificate,
.. Complaint will betaken ,
NOTI. TO APPFItnIn No 73 Year of Issuance -
the exception of the War Between the States, the people of Th* faith. The conflict MIC: km ,liiil..>lat <.1......... In nnd Thla notice shall be published. of Property: ; SW" ofBWVi
America are faced with a stark test of K..r llrmirord (........". In .....".....,.. once each week for four consecutive Section 1,4., Township. 6 South b
with world Communism now is not only to save the world for MArtha Heulah Mull. rinlnllff.. va. irrsphDated weeks, Ifi the Bradford County Tele- Knnire. :S3 Enst. 40 Acres.Nsme .
Jamea Marlon Hall r> ""d..nt. In which assessed. : John
Democracy, but to repeal an enemy who is determined to destroy Cime Ji. MOT uu. this 7th day of December Johnson
%..llre> To Appear.Tn' Certlflcnte No 87. Year. of Issuance
ideal of human dignity --
in our own land the Christian : .Tnmea Marlon trail. addreaaunknown. (OFFICIAL SKAT.) A. J. Thomas. Mav Jt, A D 1948.Description ...
and individual liberty and the political system which upholds Clerk of the Circuit Court of property, w'4 ofTo -
ey Myrtle T. Deaver. Clerk Stoikist
You net hereby notified that Deputy Light MeatTUnOvls
thnt ideal. Our faith and our strength is thin idea. aitlt. for Dlvnrca ha.* lieon fllerfnfrtilnnt 13/14 4t 1/4/Ba

As a nation we came through World War II with little Court. nnd you CAUSA In th and. above you .aro named required No'rU'.', TO. ,PPKtll Rtllftt "'" 5 DONALD
lo nerve a copy nf anawer Circuit CntiT). llraiirurd foontr, Marry ,, :
discomfort. Living standards' have risen to record levels. So nr .plen'llna1. to the. complaint your on- .PlnrMat. .. In ( hnnrery. "

has the public debt which is exacting its toll in depreciating the 1'liilritlff N Attorney". Orny .lernld. K l"nnnnn. plnlnllff vVlrithiliv b DUCK
Waliln, Chnnitler, I-nlid Hulldlnir, linn)' "' Ucfendunt' 12-oz.
money. However it is evident that devalued dollars have not Unlnenvlllw.. "KlnrM-i. nnd fll. the L'.e. No' SSr Can MibleU
orliflnnl In lh. Notice. To Appear.To .
office of 'Ihe Clerk
yet cramped our style: Last year according to the Commerce r.f Ihe Circuit Court on nr before. : VlrvlniH JI..nnn.o'h....... rt'.lnence l- c
Department U. S. citizens spent a staggering $178,832,000- the 14th duv nf January" li>51: other and nddrexa.' In, 41ft Ran: :ind time CornelFlorida I:
wlae the elleffntlnn* nf an Id Com- 1-I1..t. Ill'onklyn New York.
000. The fabulous "American way" is well illustrated in-a Plaint will ba takan nil cnnfi.navd by You .are hereby notified Mint .a 'ufluio on Taairra>MMI FAR MUU

current joke which defines n pedestrian as a motorist who you This notlcA p 'nll ha puhllnhcdnnp milt Or for minor Divorce: ; :children:, ruxtodv" awaided ami .;," nIrol if- ., QUART CrystalsSugar!
: __ ". :1' : : .
I>er .. .a:
enrh w *U for four rnnnfleutlvawaokH ii haa b' vn fllvdnunlnnt S3 .
has found a place to park his car. The list of American In the Bradford. Cuunty Tele."ral.h. you In the above: nnmed, :: .

I "haves" could indefinitely. Already there are 8,000,000 I, (.'mirt, .and ca.nne and ynu nre, ru<.iulr-
go on Limit One
rented Ihla 12th dny of DeC"l11b"r. il to HI'I ve a copy. of your an-twei" WANTED BUY
homes homes' which equipped[ with >r nli-H.llnir to the 1 1 to
television sets in our are : cnmplnlnt on' 111 I I
(OFPICIAT. 81t) A. J. Thoma*. riiilntirr'H. Attorney. T Frank iMnilrum .
! tens of millions of deep freezes refrigerators electric stoves Clerk nr the Circuit Court. t HtnrUe. Florida, : nnd file th* PULP WOOD I I
By Myrtla T. Doavar. n"IJty Clerk orlKlunl In the office nf the Clerk
radios, washing machines, ad infinitum.In U/14 4t 1/4/5J of the Circuit, 1 Court on or before tha,
centuries of freedom and 14th' dnv of Jnnunry, 1952; otlierwlite CROSS TIES
after two :
retrospect, OT1C'H TO AFPKARIn the nllrRHtluna I of ald Cninlilitlnt -
the boundless progress that only freedom could have achieved, 4'lrrnM (',,".t. Rrndrord Conntr. will lie taken a* ei>nr<'.eed.
lltirl..lnl In f'hnncvryr.Niirmnn tiy vnu and Pine1 Timber LbCan
it would be a wonder if we were not confused when suddenly .1. Mnclnlvri"' rlnlntlff vaClliidyn Thla. notice rhall. be publlnhed. SPRY 3 8
)lr. Mnclntyre, Ti..f..ndnntCH once each week for four conpiutlva
confronted with the prospect of a fight for actual survival. .. No.SSlIVntlce week* In the Bradford County .'Ie- (Limit' One
: To Apprnr. Krnh.Dnted| e -
But the time when we can afford confusion has nearly run
ToOlitdjrR: M' Mnclntyre, c/o this 12th dny of EO' ,'mber. Can Please]
out. These words of Lpnin.! uttered thirty years ago ring T.onn; T'urlM, T.lKht, I,! "ht A Fnrlx, 1D51. Will .
With 'Hxhlnwton Avcnui". South Xorwalk (OFFICIAL PRAI.) A. :J, 'l.lInm..... Pay
new significance : "As long as capitalism and socialism ?onn.Vou. Clerk of the circuit Cnurt.

remain we cannot live in peace. In the end one or the other I milt, fno nr. .Dlvnrc. h rhy* haa notlflod b...n that flloilnitnliiHt a By !Myrtle. T. Deaver Jsi.MUi Pt-puly,Clerk.!, i/i. ; Highest Cash Prices
will triumph-a funeral requiem will be sting, either over the ; ynil In U. above nnmn'J ..1.-.l. ANV
Court and cnuae and ynu ara ra.qulrrd '\O'I'If'f: to AP.'.: U' FOR SIZE TRACT
Soviet Republic or over world capitalism We have to use to n-rvo. m ropy of your anwor In rirrnlt fonrt. llrsilford County,
tricks unlawful conceal or DMndlnc. to tha complnlnton Plorldni In "h.."....,..
any ruse, dodges, cunning, methods thn rinlniirf* Attornov.' nnrKptdnn Mildred: Jee ment and veiling of the truth." S..lIt..n. Ditlldlnic, Puytona Tummy o : Robert HiiKi>r, Defendant., Tradition hi* It that It you rat Blackey: Pen. ., HoC
R'ach, Florida. and fll. thooriginal Cac No H! 55otlce Jowl ami Rice on New Yeur'i Day you'II huvv
This is the ruthless concept backed by vast military In the-of flee of the Clnrkof \ Tn Appear.To -SEE- < Pence, Joy and Riches" throughout the year. "FLAGA" BRAND
th* Circuit Court on or before : Tnmmv Hohcrt Sasrer. whoseresidence ,
forfe which is* confronting America and the world. To meet the 14lh diiv nf .Tammry. 11)6!: Is. Mount ell"ton.,11"- 12-oz 24-ox

it we will need more than arms and men. We will have to lay h 1'.I"'n"t: all ffatlona of anld Blnla. -
You A. E
will ba are hereby notified
takaru aa con* that a ... CELLO CELLO
our sights on primary objectives and keep them there. We r..d. by you. ult for Divorce and restoration. A. C-t::"
Thla notlr. thall. he pulillahvd. of maldon name has. been filedscalnst .
must forget the adolescent notion that material\ security is one*. each. waik for four ronttaiMttlvvwnrlca vou In the above named At Starke Taxi Stand.

an unqualified "right." The "rights" embodied in the American In tfi\ Bradford County Tala- Court. And rnime and you are required C
mph.Hnld. to serve a copy bf PHONE 150 :
ideal are few and elemental. They include equality of opportunity thlll lth day of December, answer or plendtna1., to the complaint your :2C.23C
1 fffllOfFICMT. on the Plaintiff's. Attorneys, Starke Fla. .
freedom of speech' and religion, and the protection ( SFAT.) A. J. Thnm..... Rvan T, Rvans and Neal. D' Rvans. ,
Clark of the circuit .Jr, 103 Law TCxrhnna-e ..
of Court. Pulldlnsr -
private property. They are the tools with which the individual '
Fly Myrtla\ T. Dnaver. fifputy Clork Jacksonville. Florid* snd file the ; : _. "_ 'r
may achieve "life liberty and pursuit of happiness." 19/14 U 1/4/53 original In the. offlc* of the Clerk
of 'he Clreitlt Court .
on or before the
In a word it is time we again understood what this: country OTtr.. TO APPPItH 14th' dnv of Jsnuary, lilt- otherwise
fn rirrnlt ( ......t. Hmdrard C'ountr., the alleirstlons I of snld Com
really stands for. John Dos Passes: the distinguished {'lorltlMi' fn Chnncrry* plaint will be taken a> confessed. bv Smoked Hog SmkdJov

American author has said "this country was not founded n"ltv June Hnldwln.\ Plntn'lff' ,... youThis '
Ray AVIllla notice Minll he published once Jowls, Bacon
Baldwin Pi-randnnt
to furnish glamorous offices for politicians, or to produce Ca.. No. IS24 each week for four consecutiveweeks
Wntlci* Tn Jn the Bradford' .O I., In Squares"ASTOR"
4ppenr.Tn County Tele Tongue
goods and services, or handouts of easy money. This country i .,anh.

was founded to make men free" In the wealth of material' r Kld.. ":' nre Tl.v l I..i AVIIIIa 4IH lln llr.l.lvvln..'liord who.Lane*, U "1."ted this 7lh day of December !

comfort we have enjoyed so long, we have tended to forget I Alfvnndrln You ara, hereby Vlrvlnln 1 notified] that a (OFFICIAL SRAM A J. \homss. WUJ C 29

that great truth. Now we must return to the simple fundamental flied milt ftanlnat for you divorce In tha above baa baen cy Myrtle Cleric T. Desver of the. Circuit Deputy Court Clerk OWl35
niimd b
-"This country was' founded to make men free." I Court and caiiaa and you ara re.flul.d <* 13/.. 4t 1/4/53

So let us hope for pence in '52. Without that all other or to nlcadlnw aerva a copy to the of rnmplalnt your' anawer In rirrnlt' Cnnrt. Hrnaford C....,..

things won't matter mu h. We Americana have to nn the rialntlffa Attornaya, EVAn Klorldnt In ('''.....rr,.. .
come a T. Kvnni nnd Neal D. FIvnna. Jr ,loan Husel Miller. Plaintiff vs,.
climatic phase in the history of the good life. It is our duty 109 I.nw T:.chnnete Riillillnar, Jnckaonvllle :: Robert' llay Miller, Defendant. We offer the people of Starke -

to hold together for future generations the framework of. In th,.Florida office' of and the file('lark th. orlicln.al of the. Ordef Of. Publlrellon Ac.R"r.;: ; ,,*839'Te &S Fcty. Pa

freedom which made that ; flrcult Court nn or hofnra the Hih "P...... Rtete or Florida. Tot avnd vicinity one of the most
good possible' matter what
-no \C"
dny of Jnnuary 19SJ: ntherwlne Itoiiert llav Miller, AKJ.; whose resl. \
the cost. th* allearntlona, of anld.. Compliilnt deiii'e and. address. I Is: VF-IT1 IJ.M. H. modern and flaeat
will h Kssex: "V.P. c/e equipped
taken aa .on'u" hv vnu Fleet polt office, 29
Thla notice ahali o* puhllahed San Francisco. Calif, 3 l
once each week for four' cnniiectitlve Vou are required to appear or weldlnj Khops anywhere.
w.eka In the Bradford County T.I.I January 14. HM. In: the above nam.ed =
raph. t'ourt and cause, wherein plain' All Work Guaranteed tern
'*'"*' thl.' "tn day r>ec..mber,. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County l SE
MARCH OF DIMESHELPS' 19K I Telecraph shall publish this Order
Clerk of the circuit. Court. witness my hand and official
111' Myrtla T. Dtavar', n.UIT Clerk b'r lY IO'A'ke' FlorUU lhl" D"c.'m.
REDUCE 1/4/61 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
As Clerk of said' Court
Temple Ave. Starke
-i lie (lrci.lt Conrt. n."f..r l-lorlilat IK Clf %%t'l-ilY* Cha., R Ifess, S04-B8 Onsrsnty Life
f :Myrtle Carver. Plaintiff va. nmidln*, Jscksonvllle Florida. .
1>. Carver' Defendant. EII..n.1 Attys. for Plf U/14 4t 1/4/61. Sunnjland "CHOICE"'EatRile
POLIO DEATH RATEr Cup* or Swift's P U. S.

nfer" nr Pofcllrellf.il. ,tn4 \ .lr* T. -
\trrmrt Stale of Florida T..l 1\0'1'1(''' TO APPR4R I
--, Kiia-ene; 1arver, whoxe residence In ..Clrrnlt. f.>.ct. Bradferd Conntr, HAM
la: I'nknown* -ulh..r( knnrerr. SMOKED
\ :, :
Tan are required. to appear on Jfary Mllva l Plaintiff/ vs.
Firtt major epidemic .Titnuaiy. T. 1962. In the shove nameourt Manuel J. Sllva. Defendant.. Rib Roast ">.
.' l..... "". 1811
1916 and ranee, wherein .
I I ((27,363 casel) recorded In U. S. divorce. support plalntlfleeekfl etc, :Notice T Appear.
money To: Manuel J 8llva! wl.n.. last Ib
Ilradford Countv Telecraph' shall known Stew
I I publish this Order In .next four Ueneral residence Delivery. snd address was WHOLE Plate
weekly\\ Issues.ltneiis "my. hand ami official suit Yo.i for are Divorce hereby WanhlnsTton.has notified that D C.a OR C Hamburger Ib

l iM iiiii. I .her.enl 1.at 11.11.OF Rrarke. Florida. this Decem. acalnaf YOU In the .above been named.filed 59
I Court and
cause ami
you are
< re HALF I
'ICIAr. READ A..1. Thomas. quired. to serve. a copy of.lyour an Pound Sirloin StcakJ

I.,. Myrtle T.As Dearer Clerk: of Deputy, said, Court... on swer the or Plaintiffs nlesdlna-s, to the complaint'

I II 1 Chn., n. If....... Silt-01 Ouarsnty Uf K Harper. 1 4 West Attornev fnlversitv Csrlos'Ave Break*!
26.2% DIED Hide, JAckeonrllle.. Flu n...... Ualne.vllle, Florida and file Boston Butt Sliced
Atty- for Plf 11/7 it u/n Ih. .>p'5ln.1' ln ">.. *ff lea of the !

I I In Clrpull r.._".. llredfard Cennty,, Clerk:r'I:!of.1 the w:Circuit d"Ar !Court dn ,'""on'" or he. B A COGr.
I rlitrlilat in < heneery. '"- ; :. .( 1rJ ':
Lorraine Hchnahel, Plaintiff, u s.aWv.'j11. ". taken .. oon- I Pork Roast 49C (t.
largest epidemic Kenneth J. ttchnabel. DefendantCaeo IIletor"49 "trnl'LB. '
I 1949 .., This notice shall he C
((42,366 ) recorded In U. 5. Xo n, published _L
cos.s ever 'I
Order" or Publication ,... Xollre Tepne once each we.V for four consecutive Have Fire Insurance .
I % .. 'In *h* nr" 1f your
i' n late or Klorlda T l Wrirkr < <>ri1 County Telelhl -
t'vt Kehneth J. IO..h".h..l.l whose co.u
ri'-ld.ni-e and address .If' HID 1/101/ n..ted lllh ,IllytOFFICIAt. ...t I>..,.mh..r.. policies checked !
lUlh T r. I.R I. I
Malnt 8id.. MAFB PanIni -
liiiiiiiiil .AnM.. ftempsted I,. I,, New SEAT.) A..1. Thnm....
: : T, rk clrlfJ nt "<. t"h'O'II't' Conrt. NOW
I V HI nre required. to appear. on try Myrtle T. Deaver. Denutr! Clerk
j January' T. I'U. li| the arinve name.1. U/I..4t 1451OTICK MifRGAu rnj
'inrl nnd cause., wherein. plaintiff. .' 1
| ,*e.k. d"'n,,,.. ctietodv nf minor > T.. APPRtR icl:i: PiIi N E Lb
6.4%. DIED hllii .
. .' and Telegraph other. relief shall. publish Pradford"iinty this In Flerlrtai" Clrral In ('Chancery..a..t. Bradferd C....,.. '.'.. .....

,Order. In. neit four weeklr Issueswltnes .. Mar jorle, Parks. .Plaintiff vs I.e.ter ,
01 v hand and official ..rk... '..t..n..nt.. ... -
.eal.. 1 at Starke.. Florld.t' this Nov ..tl.. .... A......... Ca. No. IU', Wineaap Mad.Eggs .
mher' In. ja i Tt: t..or..r it'rk.- ,,'hose. residence. Charley E. Johns Phila. Cream "A"
The .lanlflaant reduction In the polio duth rate durlna the paat fawdaeadaa OFFIClAf. SF. \t.1 A.t.: Thomas. SrS-SfiTiT. &: 9R7 n..n A"nu'- "
As .. Apples 2 ". '
U attributed by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralyel. of said Court York 29c l'
Br Myrtle You
T. Deaver.' Deputy, Clerk. are hereby natlfled that
to two factor: 1) more accurate reporting of Ua* "floui polio Alanc Win I.... Jr. 4ltl Smith Buildin suit for Divorce has been, filed a Agency
eaaaa In recent yeara and 2)) the Oreat development and ."llIablllty .*. Jacksonville.. Florida. acalnat you In the above named i Emperor CHEESEPkg Fro:
of Improved treatment methodeand equipment made pouibl In large Ally, for Plf 1J/T 41 11/11 Court and cause and you are re. Phone IS Duncan HiMS
by the March of Dime*. January I II 1952 March of Dlm.i month. quired.. to serve a copy o. your an. STARKE, FLA.ftpfnntlna ,
part .er or pl..dl"' < .
",OTI(' I on the PlalntKfa II) the complaint' Grapes 2 ">.. 29c Juice 6 CUI
Notice. l 110 hereby. vlven that the t-andrum. T. Frank
indi and file
>irnnd are en.a.ed In business. tho arllnal. 'In

II\\ At V AREZ' STORE -.iiisth ;f. IiIIII / ,Htarl Ml.'KYS"-d;;d-r.,.,nlOT.I.', Rradford the at to UV fictitious- l County.ter West said I name Call flotltloue Florida.I ft.nf. 'I (fo.otherwise"'"...k the or tll.14th the c'r dav'all..the.'lt.of.tlons Court Jan.office..on,of,,of..or l saidftSKS"bV the be.8j.: d..... .......' Flo. PascalCelery 2 10 Aqen FrozlfrtPeaches

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I I II l' .in' Court:the lffl of>.e Bradford,>f oi.rk, County.f the, you t"k.n eUD. THC THAVCLCR Hartfw* Slalks 25c

I I Thla notice shall be published>

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IIIR.BfldR411FORT DEC 28 19 51 r i I

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[BOOT CAMPWITH -, ---,. -t Rr a ep I 7 p 54PL ] ,



{) -'' tull,of 'learning drilling; firing, hard work, oc- Harley I is now midway through his elghMweelt period of boot camp. ,

and comradeship--that's "boot camp", j His clipped hair has now grown out a little, although he writes that

( this strange and oftlmes trying "It still looks like a wild Indian--a little hair on top and not a thing: ? ryw1
experience e 1. 1 f
111,23-year-old son of Mr.,and Mrs A. H. on the sides! His blistering feet have healed somewhat, and he has ra J

husband of Vivian McRae Harley, also of Staike.Hare. y' learned to like Marine chow, although "it still Isn't like home cooking"
Of boot camp life he says, "It's rough but it isn't hurting me." I, f fI
his departure from here .. 's
until on Nov. 27, was Which
an as means he has the ability to take :It, and the bulldogdetermina-'' .
II| with Humphreys Cold
Corporation at its mining tlou which into the ,
i goes making of a good Marine. '
Starke. He was the first recruit taken by the :Marine I .,. \ I
under an arrangement Whereby the Because we feel that far too few civilians realize or appreciate the A?
Marines II
get a .
intestinal I
of men through Selective Service. Ordinarily, ex-1/I fortitude it taken to convent an average young man into a ft tf I

emergency, the Corps depends entirely upon enlist' crack Marine, the Telegraph asked for and received\ the cooperation ,. -

ts. 'j i, of the Jacksonville Recruiting Office and the Parris Island\ S. C \\'ITIIIRINE! KKCIU'ITKIt: : Sgt, Hicks Oelsler, looking on, Harley I Iin \
I i Recruit Depot In telling the story of a recruit's first days at boot camp. l seen at left "signing up" for the Marine Corps In Starke .office of

I I The excellent pictures nn thin page sre a result of that request and Ie Hicks seemed to a mnn of Har ;
J __._ a _:.r'._ Selective Service pleased get
"IV'iCRUIT are proudly presented! leys's physical l and mental abilities., Above. Harley Is seen In Jackson-: r. }
vlllo as Maj j. J, J. Reunion, State Marine Recruiting Officer admlnia- '
.. S EC110r 11RJtIS | (O.ffUlul Marhin Photography) 1
iSE tend the oath ot enlistment. Recruits cnn look forward to a promo- !

E (lion to PFC at the end of their boot camp training/ rI r
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Nra 1 J l ley second from right- !"fall !in" with other new recruits to march 14
to the Hygienic Unit, wbrre crvilia! ncblothes are turned in. They en- I
ter the unit looking like an avers ge group! of young Americans, and

emerge several hours later clothe.tl alike from head to toe- -\yplcal\ '' "
Y Marine Boots! 111 1- ; t'
far + J t + (r 'til

AFTER SHEDDING C1VXL1A.9I" sack the boots are herded, stark naked, into a mirrored barber hop ( / :
': %s
1Hjr where the greatest transformationwhat ,,5f all takes place. They sit, somer -Aa.r : / ; ; I II

expectantly down im the.chali, and the barber might ask, "Want
AT PARRIS ISLAND Harley crosses the threshold of ---- --- to save the sideburns!" If he recn;lit replies hopefully, "Yes, sir" the 'iu ,
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UivingHiddress station where'he gives routine information of name, STILL IN cn'ILIAN clothes. barber calmly mows them off with'bit clippers and bands them to the : .'i/: I ,

religion,and next, of:kin.as Harley receives his first l issue of woeful recruit "to save" The em jpers! than continue the mowing I

Marine gearthe legendary "boot process until the boot's bead l IB as laid, as the day he entered the .
camp" bucket with blankets and world. The Jialr-clipplmg its 'neceslaMarine as a sanitary measure, the t '\, L

water-repellant poncho: Corps explains, and also;!!rves, another useful purposeIt Is r", ."., ,, I
I a class lev..ler--for the rich man's ": \"\" ,
+ son and the poor widow's boy all
look alike with their clipped off; '. \ 'I
and that's the way the Marine l'l
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d I Corps wflnts them to look for the t" 1I 1\ UI
next eight weeks tor they'll all :

be subjected to the same gruelling t', I. :,
/grind: and there's no such thing ,
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it At as class distinction In boot camp. ; i
After the barber whop ordeal they \ I
get the order, "Into the showers t '..". .j ",tt\s"\ \s:\. I
you klnh'ad8and don't take all .' \ l !

day''" -"."d \, .." ;.. 'b'\" .
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A t'LOTHINO ISSL'E: MAN hamls Pvt,.Harley his first (ian of .Marine 4&

e Uniforms Later he'll get his rifle *(M1)to) be his constant ,com- (

panion during the eight week ,of itnuning.\ Boots are told: "You'll ; I,

clean It, 'care for its drill with it, stand guard with It, and fire it." u dd j } ,
tl ANCHES Harley says: '}'ve taken my rifle apart so many times I could put it 5s t"C 4lr I

together In my sleep. 6} \
BEING: FKOPERLV-nTTKI: fer 111'111IIh ea is highly importawt: in i

the always-marching boot camp training. Harley now completely. '!
dressed In his new recruit uniform, has :this foot measured price Ic r;) I : ,i
receiving Marine "boondockers", The uniform though large on him 4 t'4 I \

-- --- now, will fit properly after fez lWatO rg'J.} !' e I II II I
head In the routine Ii I
cold water hits his shorn
I tlway follows th first trip to the barber shop. After .. i

and scrubbing off loose hair, the boots are ready for J x -- ---- -
< JIAULEV EATS a IIAKLKV: YARNS -AS FIRST CALL comes at 3 a.m. Ten mlantei

hearty breakfast for later!: reveille sounds and he'll have to "hit the deck", Every: man I IH y i
I, k.
I he'1aee4\ every ounce shown how to make up his bunk -onte. From then on Its his job,, : w ,. .

[[of energy he can FOBslbly He makes it up every morning in exactly the prescribed manner.

muster up during Neatness U one of the many traits Instilled In the men In those first,. .
', eight weeks.PHYSICAL. ; '+ '
'I the tough day -- ------ ,,." ''i \ !
ahead. One ottils early I M
letters said: Tm really '1\ ,
We've ;a I ; '
tired tonight. \(;
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been on the gn an day --- --- "-------.a r -

T Four hours! of march- 1 Ihw Rti '
F y ing this morning and. h"r i IN: ONE: : OKTHEIU KKW LKI.srilK: : MOMENTH: Harley and some

Myl five hours of the rifle of his fellow recruits pose for the camera after their boot haircuts.

manual in the after" __ I I They wonder what their wives! anti sweethearts would say if they

noon. Jt'.. roughbut + ,p e 1 could see them now!

there's only one thingto

do and that Is take I ? .
lit." And that Is the F' &:: _, ,
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that makes a _
1 oe ; '(''good Marine! .
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? EXKKCI4E: : Is an important part of .' .. t n
re-I 9' _
emit training, and calbthenics drill Is a' ,

J part of the early morning routine. wYa
k ? i
IIAHLEY'S PLATOON: (Cat right) starts the morn '

J Ji ing oft with a vigorous warming tip period. Here, ear "t.r..w

the ever-present rifle Is used for a round of"upandonAheshoulderi" 1

i 4':_ iiI under the critical eye of the drill 6,
Instructor. regard to drilling, boots are told: "At N I

y'64fI first you may think you have two left feet, or that, ) t
r r r t
I your coordination Is a little otto The DI will :;b r} _

straighten you out quickly, however." And after .

the first few days, a recruit might add "AND' ..-



DEC 28 19 51PAOR .I


FOCH _, _._- .
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BIG DAD EMPLOYEES GUESTS AT HOLIDAY DINNER Mrs. Ford HostessAt Tommy Lynn Colson --- -

I Buffet SupperMr Has Birthday Party Let Us
Jr. was hostess Little Tommy Lynn Colson celebrated
/!. ]M C. Ford. Wash
f' Your
at a delightful buffet supper Sat- him fifth birthday anniver- Cloth

urday evening at her home on W. sary last Erlday afternoon when!! a Ponade"

Madison street.A his mother, Mrs. T. F. Colsou entertained -

red and white color scheme at a party for him at For 40c!

I iladys; Mooty was effectively carried out In the their home on Center street. FREE Bleach It
. Phone 35: Desir
floral decorations with the dining The Christmas motif was carriedout

..... .... ,, g T=r t a table overlaid with a white linen In the decorations, complete Temple ave. 8

McRae Carolyn Bradley cloth and centered with polnsettlaa with a big decorated tree. The
Miss Gwyn .
v and holly and flanked by burning refreshment table:! was overlaid ,
Weds Vernie ThorntonIn Weds S. P. RuckerIn We Will
red tapers. with a birthday cloth and had

Pine Level ChurchOne Raiford ChurchThe Games and charades were played matching napkins. A delicious Dry Your Clothe
I ,
of the l loveliest events of marriage( of Minn Carolyn II I following the dinner and prizes white, red. fand'.. green cake with For
the holiday mjnson was the marriage Bradley of the State Farm and II were won by Mrs. Garland Godwin birthday'candles centered the table. 20c

oJT Mis Gwendolyn McKae Seabie Paul Rucker of LAke Butler I and Mrs. John Deaa. Games were played during the In New AutomauDM

and Vernie Thornton, which was was solemnized Sunday afternoon t .. lzr MW t Enjoying th affair were: Mr. afternoon and prizes were awarded ,
Level Dec. 23, at four o'clock In the Rai :
Baptist solemnized Church In Sunday the Pine afternoonat ford BaptlHt Church. Rev. John L. and Mrs. Arch Thomas..., Jr.. Mr. the winners. The youngsters were .

Strickland officiated at the Im- and Mrs. Garland Godwin, Mrs.VV .- given candy cane favors.
4 o'clock.The !
double rliMt ccctnnny was preBBlvfl double-rlnjf cerrmony. D. Faxon, Dr. Seymour Marco, Mrs. Col.son was assisted In caring -. The Washeleri
performed by the pastor, Rev. W. The church wan decorated with ]Miss... Virginia Sewell, Buddy Faxon, for her son's guests by Mm.
tall standards of white gladioli, y I Comer and Mr. Mrs. .
E. Hall. ".. .1_ Perryman and C.V. Colson and Miss Elaine
I --,- "-
MUs McRae, eldest daughter of Simula dnlalcg and fern against/ John Dean. Colson. "

"Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae, was background native greenery The first annual ChrUtmas dinner, given by the management for employees of the Big Dad Manu . . . . . ., . . . .. .. .. ..................-.....
of Mr I---------------------------- ........
given In marriag by her father The bridila the daughter; facturing Co was a successful event of last Friday in the Methodist recreation building. .

She chose for her wedding a love and Mm. J. M Bradley of the Pictured above at the long banquet tables are Borne 100 employees of the company, together with city A & P's Everyday LOW PRICES

ly navy milt with which she worea State Farm. The ((room1* parents anti county officials and officers of tho corporation t.f'' ,Iff.the, building of the Big Dad. Plant. .on... ,!High,. Quality// |

pink hat and black accessories: are Mr.Butler.and Mrs. S. P. Rucker pfLnfee D, .8..Slceloff, president of the company, "served: as'tnastcr'Jjo'fjcerenionleii.While ; ; ; c., I Merchandise will continue
Her shoulder porcase was a pur- the delicious turkey dinner was being served, the Girls Quartette of the First Baptist Church, to provide
Given In marriage/! by her father -
pie orchid, and she varied a white sang Heveral Christmas number Afterward the group Joined in singing the traditional carols
the bride had aa her matronof I
prayer book. I Friday afteroon a Christmas tree was enjoyed by the Big Dad employees at the plant.
her Mri. Vance
honor sister

:Miss Barbara The Shirley matron Gr\ltl\ >McRae.of and honor Mstcr bridesmaid, of Mrs.the, 3eler irldesmaldA of were Jacksonville.MlslI Irma Jean Her Mrs. Marty Young Sewell Home Scene placed at points of Interest. Theserving I I Good Eating for You in '52 2 2P

bride, both wore navy blue and Godwin of the Estate Farm and Weds Edwin GreenIn Of Informal Party table In the dining room
of chrysanthemums. MIMa Lattice Marie Rucker, dlHtcr was overlaid with a California
corsages. yellow of, the groom, of Lake Butler Church CeremonyMrs. They W. B. Sewell home WAil the print cloth of poinsettias and holly

i best jfiNlle Bradley, brother of the scene of a delightful "at home" and was centered with a lovely % TEETH OUT TONGUE
Cleo Thornton served aa Nina Marty Young, daughter II \\ IN
and bride, nerved an beat man and Wednesday evening for the friendsof arrangement of holly and poinsettias -
and were
man ushers!! Arlpy Durham
Dewey Thornton and Joe Lazenbywere of Mrs. Rosetta George of their two daughter, Virginia and flanked by burning red .
Benny ushers. N. C. became the bride of and Gayle and their son, Jim. tapers In silver candelabra. : : JOWLS "" (
Miss Katherine Colaon playedthe *
Edwin P. Green, son of Mr. and! 35
bride select.ad also in honor of
For her wedding the The party was W. B. Sewell was assisted
traditional wedding marches Mrs. L. D. Green, Sunday noon at Mrs ,
wool suit. It Mrs. Bess of Milwaukee, :
and also accompanied Tony Con an aqua was complemented the First Methodist church. .Harper In serving and caring for her
rales who ''I Love Truly" with white and black %'is., fiancee of Jim Sewell. -- r- .. ...
sang You guests by her daughters, Misses t. ... .
The church decorated, with
icrexnorleii.! She carried a white Appropriate arrangements car- r "
and "O Promise Me" ,
.J.v ,
Bible adorned with white carnations. white gladioli and a. program 01wedlInA' rying out the holiday theme were Gayle and Virginia SewellNOTICE \ I. -
A reception was held, the \ E'Y'
at E-
music was played pro.- ..... ... .
home of the bride Immediately after - - \ :, ( FLAGA BLACK
Preceding the ceremony a pro- ceding the ceremony and the traditional I
the wedding. Mr. Con
Tony gram of nuptial music was wedding marches were
"znles had charge of the gift, and by Milieu Patsy and Mary B Cox used Mrs Charlie Parker, soloist, .1.1I I PEAS 24oz. fka- '
"'rs. Fred HaUlop kept bride's
the 28
of Orlando, nieces of the bride. sang "Because" accompanied by
book. Mrs. Bishop Myrick, Miss Thelatter sang "Because" and Mrs. Henrietta Hurt, at the organ. .
Wanda Crosby, and Mrs Bob mr ,
"The Lord'i Prayer". The tradllonal The couple had as attendant 1 .
:Myrick served the three-tiered I .. .
wedding marches were uiwdMm Mr. and Mrs. Inman D, Green. o .. .
wedding cake and punch from a "
lace covered table flanked with Bradley, mother of the Mrs. Green wore a nnvy blue out To Our Customers PASCAL
candles In silver holler! bride, wall attired for the occasion fit with a pink carnation cordage. STALK
In navy crepe and the groom's The bride chose for her wedding
After spending some time with mother Mrs. Rucker wore white'! a grey suit complimented with lgstalk
their Mr. and Mrs. CELERY
guests Thorntonleft
Each had a shoulder corsage of black accessories and wore a corsage 15
for a short wedding trip to an
purple orchids.Immediately. or red rosebud.
undisclosed destination. They will I I o
reside: In Gainesville, where they after the ceremony Mrs. Green mother of the CLEANER o I
are both employed. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley were hosts groom, wore a brown afternoon FRESH STRINGLESS
at a reception at their home for dress with brown accessories and
the bridal party and relatives wore a shoulder corsage of pink J
Miss Thomas To WedM. The bride's table wa covered witha camellias. Is Now I I' BEANS 2lbs. 25

J. PickeringMr. lace cloth and centered with a After a visit with their friend
three-tiered wedding IN NEW LOCATION I
; flankedby the bride and groom left on a CustomerS'
and Mrs. B. T, Thomas an- crystal randlebra holding tall short wedding trip down the state r ;
nounce the engagement and approaching white tapers. I : < .
They will reside at the S. R Johns CornerHere's CALIFORNIA EMPEROR
marrlaie of their daughter ,After upending some time with apartments.Mrs. /!. YQJ1 ...
Clara, to Michael J, pickerIng th'lr guests Mr. and Mrs. Rucker Green Is "aw Vtnployrp of 40341est\ Call S't"" I : 1 1bs. '
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. I left
for a wedding Journey to the the Navy at Green Cove !?prlni!*. New Year's re- GRAPES 25 5
. Pickering of Starke. The weddingwill southern part of the State. I and Mr. Green is employed by (DARBY BUILDING) our
take place in the near future. : solution:
I Dowling Auto Sales. .
everything !in our ,
Mr. Pickering III' stationed at Girls Scouts To do
. Enjoy
the Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Christmas Party U.D.C. To MeetThe We take this opportunity to express our appreciation power o to say. .r: aCdSi\'t\ 2 Ibs.

I .. \ ONIONS 17 1
Carter Home Scene Inxtead of holding a regular W. T. Week's chapter, V for your business in the past and hope to .... 'HtePcaanASeth.newX-- ,

Of Family DinnerA meeting last week, members of I D. C. will hold Its regular monthly have the pleasure of serving you .. ear a happy shopping yearfor .
Girl Scout Troop One had a Christmas I, me'UngVedneaduy afternoon, : You It wilt be a haPPY' 1
combined Christmas dinner party at the home of their Jan. 2, at 3 o'clock at the home ofMrll. I in OUR NEW LOCATION. : .. 'rVar'for us, too. h } 8 LB. BAG
and Joint birthday party was held lender, Mrs. Kitty Carlisle Gift/! E3. K. Perryman. All members -- I CUSTOMER ;
at the country home near Baldwinof were exchanged Christmas carols are urged to be pre t'nt. -, : DEPT.

Mr, and Mrs. Henry Carter on were sung, and game were played. .. ,. ____n_ __ '- I .... A&P food LATI0r.SORANGES 35
-" : :: ..
: -" /G %% (
was honoring -
The of
Sunday. party Later refreshments candy fruit 1lenlala :
erg blrthdaya of Maude Carter, Jr. cake, cookies, and hot chocolate : Yew i York / .
whp was 23: ,an!* M D- Carter who with marshmallows were nerved. T"HC'E'"N''E'w" "Y""E-

wa!, 1:11': ( yeararola. Striped candy canes wer" given| as F-'o-"R" t ,

affair With the favors. .
Enjoying the !
host and hORteli1l anti honored A regular meeting will be held I APPLES .Ib.

guests were: MrII. Carrie bath; I today (Friday ln the meeting : r.

of Bushnell, Mrs. Albert Smith ofI rpm !at p'clocH, ??"*. t>.. .. .
Maxvllle, George Calsden of Jacil'aonville l LADIES. ... '-"-: *UJj?

Mr and Mrs. P. W. Webbof I New Years Dance ..
Mr. and Mrs. Louis .
Carter and Mr. Dora Bird and To Be Held In USOThe have you heard about PICNICS t SUPER RIGHT FULLY COOKED 39

Randolph Crosby of Lake
Mrs. U. S. O. auditorium will ben : READY TO EAT
Aft and Mrs. Bob McClungof ..
City LeQ ,. scene of a NeYear.. Eve THIS NEW t''r: m01/ -
Highland Mr. and Mrs.
dance Dec. 31st starting at 10 p.m.Music '
Butler and two daughters of Mid- will be furnished by the .,* AUTOMATIC .\f.SPECIAL 'mss
dleburg. Mr; and Mrs, Wallace WHITING 1 19
of orchestra.
University Florida eMAGIC .
Faulk and two daughters of Jacksonville ..
Ticket. may be secured from Mrs. C: nUESSED'
:1&1'10Carte!' of Lake ..
Godwin ticket chairman.
Worth and Mrs. Effie Johns and CHEF r
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, at. of : PERFECT
Starke. .:. CH




Fri., Sat. Dec. 23, 29
ir yna. lone a eur. ..hero ..r PI* -
lion I arab a ......., und dart BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
Florida RenderemFr

.Call. Prompt tt. ..... ... .. ..
<'rl"pl.d .rv.r .h'' t *k Randolph Scott 5 '
0 P & G .
ANDKansas Soap -
Ph. Gainesville 3330 CollectStarke ONLY 5 Lb. DagBallards

132PHONE City KittyJoan 199 Flour -. 57C

DaU., Bob Crosby This beautiful Magic Chef gas range Bab-O Cleanser .
Plus "]loll1e Sweet Home" Cartoon Large BarIvory
is! specially priced during our Holiday ...

218 and Serial. Special. It brings you top performance Soap 14c

'' Sun., Mon. Dee 30, 31 plus long-lasting dependabili Glim for Suds 3
COLONIAL"FLORIST ty. It has so! many exclusive features. Small DOWN PAYMENT It :3 Reg. BarsCamay
Smuggler's IslandJeff
I such as the Red Wheel 1 oven heat

Chandler Evelyn Kryr regulator-the one-piece top burner Bal. IN 18 MONTHSONLY Soap 25c 3
MONDAY\ NITE LATE units--large fully insulated oven- Criscoi, 1 lb. can .

SHOW Swing Out-Broiler plus many Large Package
Cartoon and News others. See this and other MAGIC $1138 Per Mo. .
FLOWERS,, Cheer, large pkg. 30c
CHEF specials today.
Tues., Jan 1

FOR AUU OCCASIONSDISH You Can't Take It -=a via" -............ .
With You >
Misrha Aver Ann MUler -' 'r tMaf and; eat,. f Your A&P Store will b e closed

(j) Cartoon and News CENTRAL FLORIDA 3 N 4 aveaye s.rvltly. Year's Day_ Prices in this ad effect

Wed.. Thur. Jan. 2. 3 thru Dec. 31st.



FLOANYWflERE DI A Modem MarriageWith The Great Atlantic and Palf Tra 1930

Reed nadle? 149 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. Entire Contents CopyHgnted.
St Star
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fBFR 88. 19BI BKAiirotm---- (1)T-T- TEL- _APFi' STARRK. ( PACE FIVKifr ___

";; NOTICK: and obns! Joe and Rudolph brother.. Wesley McRae, and other t f
I Three 1 'his nmmuntty. Mr. and Mr*. ot// member of the MrRao family at w f

--- .. ... 1 I Due to the shortening\ q: tin, | J EgRi'rs: and, children of Pine Level.XtlltK'IO!. i(
work weak because I ill' Mi sand Mrs. J. \V. Malhown .
or i'hr i i I A r,",, lt
alas holiday the ,. mil! l I 1\110:1'110'1': Martha nt Lake In <'Iron It fonrt, nrmlroril r:"unfrl'lorliln i
Ti-K-gi nft I.)
II i i' > T nil. nnil Mr. and Mrs. H I In f fcitnrrry. I
omitting the usual personal It'n- W '....mil and Mre. Myrtle rnyllln Hyman 1I.Ir'mRn., nfvnilMnt iMnlntlfr.' v', (duiMln '

.k. from, this issue These K.,,in | I St ,,'n" oaf. Tavaren, and Johnnie Cn.e No: vt4e( t rAppear. ,
>IIH. having to do with : Fluldiph of Starke.TJuse .
holiday Visits.
a+v 1r rAr To-: MNIKC| llymnn .Irelms. r"1- 1 1
will be um-J tn our 'iu-\t issue. from thin communityspending l.trnt In: MHllvlIU'' VlrKlnlnYfttt _
Christmas with !Mr. and aae. hereby notirtcil 'hilt.. i
< ,, ,\
suit fur Annulment' has hr. n fil"ilaflrnlnnt 7
--- -- -, !Mrs J. S Sapp of Stark were you In the above., matn..a, ,'
Court and t raunn. and you are r.qulred .>- I ,
Mi and! Mr Leroy Norman and
lJEW v nn to serve a espy nf your answer -
'la dauRhti'r' Mr 1'1I.11IIn. KUton' Sup| 01 pleB<1iiiff,,, to the c'omtlnlnt| '
and .t'hlMrcn, Mr. and Mrs, P' S. r>n the 1'lnlntlff'B' Attorneys' Evan 1 :
Fit ARU(! !! 1 |,T .:,'nl.. nnrt NCR! fl. Evaim, Ji. I,
Sapp. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Snpp .. '

Lr THe W4lD L : i-: 1L :: and children AI annvllle.In the riffle, nf. the Circuit.,, i Court

.1 Mr and Mr" Leroy Norman nit nt before the S41h Any of D.i- "
I Jr of Starke and Mr. and litre.Marklee .. combor. Itiftl.: otherwise the allpS''I'.
Long before history W.." n rdoa tlnn: nf Hl't, Pomplntnt' 1
Nortimn weresupper
the of Hampton taken as i-onffnxeil by you
Persian discovered lugtn catty guests of Mr. and Mrs. hated title SOih( day of Ncnnmbir, 11 :
I and made luivlmrai:. an .1, or: i 1951 'J'
tant par) of then New Yoai .', a Leroy Norman, Sr. Tuesday nlftht (OFFICIAL PKAf.; ': ). A J. Thomas. i' ,
Mr and Mrx T N. NOI.mllnIIpPitt flerk. nt the rlr a tlon. These pagan Ter .inal\ -. By. Myrtle T heaver, I>rputy tl"i.-i,
,-" -_ -- ,"' 11e" ----' -- made human sacrifices ,, the era I .---. .. ... -. --\\1ii : ChiUtmaa day with her 'k.
breathing mechanisms provided with of, the New Year In the ,>,.j n.,. f it n,i :TfT-r,,0:. "" "-".... : j----, .
I vs three funds-which assist polio patients at the Southwest- their barren ficids would be fernlazed I I
KiMTwelitis' i Dimes Respiratory Center In Houston Texas Nine-year- by the gods. '

:alone" Sword ((left), of Houston Is on the rocking bed. Dr. It. ancient China It was a custom GROWERS i iPla"t

Nelion (center), young Borger Texas Spearman to n.ako visits shortly after. the New I
with plastio dome. Steve
|lung equipped oxygen Year had begun. Hilarity reigned
Ark. breathes with aid of a chest respirator. This
turf I v '
Borings Is being conducted during all of January.iSTARKE' supreme! Ir old India and Babylon Vo rroven Seed 1
of Dimes 1 1P 0,111l"GORE'S QuaWu
where celebration of the first day of I p t \
; aa
a New Year was a very wild affair, k
For High-Yielding Crops of Top Quality and True 'i
The superstitious people believed ,

that during their frolicsome celebrations \ t ____ I TypoKILGORE'S s
i ; I
the pagan gods were asleep, BRED-RITE ,
else conveniently away from home _
'. _
I The Japanese always used holly t. A L I'II'I'IRS1G: G. PLANT CUCUMBERSAND : j
Dedicated To Community Service for decorations at New Year's. It is I i j !MANY OTHERS '
"Mo\le: Are Better. Than Ever" old belief that "the prick of the \ !

I.n ,',. on the leaves would scare Leading Varieties of Sweet Corn '

Der. 29 ONLY 'Tnes, "Wed Jan 1.2 devils." The emperor's first _

ll-BLE FEATURE -<:H..S.r....................e...:. I Hatsumlzy taken early New I., ASGROW BEANS OF ALL TYPESMcNair's

illaMOWAI. 'AII""' anln"' I Year morning .was called a "reli ..- --, T ...-_..=-....----- _.__ --- -----
CLIFHAYLOR-WINTERS gious rite of cleansing and purifica ,
lion performed by the ruler to bring Pictured above are the two nt right, Norman and Patsy Benton, assisted !

: (GEORGE: : SEWS\ : .."._a : peace and prosperity to Japan and vocal mimic groups of Bradford The Girls. Glee Club: li lclur'" by the chorus. Tobacco Seed

//R i-: A PUCK( Ii Iii' his people." High School who presented such a below with their l\'c"'III'"nl.t. Preceding the musical program, _
Smart children In Belgium gather ouccemiful ...v..l1lnvf/ Christmas Mary Julia Kutch, at left anti l Mrs, Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell gave an

IN THE SUVA keys to every room In the house on music in tVe USO auditorium Tuesday Parker at rightFeatured Inspiring message on "Our Christmas -

r t :........A Paramount Picture.:1, I New Year's eve, and then lock the night Dec 18, under the dl- on trip program were Spirit'. Shell CBP Emulsible

;aSson I .. Blob Steele Altto "To Boo or Not To Hoo'. & elders in their rooms on New Year's rcotion of Ruth Clia.statn Parker i the girls'' trio, compiled.! of Joan For this occasion the USO lobby

:- AND I ... morning, refusing to release them The Male Chorus, (lOP photo) Is Tenly Patsy Benton, and l Aliese and stage were decorated with For Treating Tobacco Seed Beds
| TRUE STORYi 1 Ltcst New. I until promised a portion of sweets. a new musical organization this Lawson and the mn'e' qtalntt'tle.compo"I' holly pine boughs, and otherevergreens.

anilI Year and made a decided hit with I '' of Earl Norman, Delano A beautifully decorated \
i Glove Cartoon I I Thomas, Arley McFW Kenneth tree stood! In the lobby where .
t IIP au-llenre at the Christmas concert Materials CarrUd '
I,Monster"" Serial Thur., } rl. Jan 3, 4you'll 1.1I .1i They are pictured, with their Tyua, and Edward Parker Another a log fire In the huge fireplace Also All S i' J-Treatinir and Related 1 .

accompanist, Julia Lawson at highlight of the program' was a I' added further to the holiday at In Stock At All Times
fIon. Dec. 30 31
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left and director, Mrs. Parker duct "Let It Snow", irting by Earl mosphere.easy #

f HOWL at* --- -, as 1 can and Just bl merry. I THE KILGORE SEED CO.

'e In the evening Don and I and Digger ;

sit and listen to the radio with

? 1CKWOI 0 just the lights from the tree and 202 N. \V. 1st Ave. .f'

I i fireplace I pop corn and we eat Gainesville, Flu. ','

I It AS the wind whirls the snow P

about the hmine and makes a

l1tPW1I I i mournful sound Sometimes I go
I afe t C,en 1
to the cold room for apples. I
>! SMITH -TONE c 7c2 V Jiura ," ,
love this kind of litp.' Peace In :
=PONCA. NEBRsi"relft
e'r my heart, love for humanity, a I

M ._ BARTON/ starring eJ; _0 __ .+ +'i \ I enjoy another ChrUt- Ing that all Is well with our soul great feeling of thankfulness, and sTA1LINc'?

N In God understands and IH ever near. that all Is well In' my heart, and,
ulss. while the flickering light, }
all Aga(MARIA AL RGaa7t1sla.rryfRANkCtra4 fREEMAARNUID YOU'RE ALL DONE. DAD soul.
who believe
the t flrcplurn' casts long NhadowHI lie has not forgotten us
The old man, having served his, I II I
hla look forward to the New Y..r.and In his son and do the bent. So Happy New Year to all IIJ.
.r awu-eaares Saw time and done duty during
sauna iwuv uui oa MN.AMUMtMfr fns 1951 la ready for real and retirement. sly a prayer.Whin we can. So let not your heart be LOVE- -L1JKAHEILBRONN

-ena.alr M"W Oahe ncttftfvlrk Df WOlff' 8iic[ R Young 1M! **, however, -read this, another troubled as you prepare to enter J. ,
Sailors" Cartoon & eager and ready for the fray la I.I you the New Year w
reaching out to. take the cake Christmas season will have come Itl snowed here Just before '
orlil News mm' mum wuram J1LJ I gOlle. In homes all over' the ,Grocery & Marketr
MIIiM& or I Is It pleT Happy New Year. and I Christmas and was tern above zero
Ir( "a.r ei teiw*a.r r>MA Christmas
Paramount Piclurt I anyway. country, were when I went for the mall. I lookout ply Martini Norman t
flidnight Show underneath.The '
trees with packages .
the window and the
Trouble" Cartoon and fe snow- -
Tat ,
lay, December 31 "Putty Strangers' In Lighthouse" New I/eat 3ashs I lights bubbled to merrily and covered hills and, needs must stop ((lurch Nn TIIUOUCII<<: NEW YEAR DAY
spirit snared great heights. ,
LINE) ALLEY and thlnky., I am In Nebraska The ChrlHtmns program and tree ,
Thin H America, our beloved horhe- I '
far, far from sunny
away were a great Mueceas and were en-
vahI1onS landand our boys, so many ofthem where I used to teach at Clay)' Joyed by all who attended., Remember .
far away from vis.! We sent from I I'I
Hill. I am a long ways ) church services. every
them there to make safe our homes ( PACKEDSUGAR
Indiana where I was blrn. I have Sunday morning and night 4J I
I I of Communism
AIL 1a74KItGGOt1d from the threat not lived there since l!>.'!3, no fee]I Lanai News' I
take liberty, Slbs.FACTORY 1
that might away our .
I that here Is }Iomp.. Mr. and Mrs J. W !Matthews 45
has always been an Important our worship, and our Christmas 1- :
I love the change of and daughter! Martha of Lake
part of the celebration of troes. God bless them everywhere.We 1'01\8'1
and In our yard the aprucw City Tenn. are visiting relatives!
f f OU CAH New Year's and menus. differ have not forgotten you. laden. with now. J paw, beautifulredblrdu through the holidays. .
around the world. My fruit cake wan the best I ever I
The New Year's Day banquet in out near the hedge one I Mr. and Mrs\ I). J. Eggers and
i made. Whoopee I The rum completely ,
I' England and Western Europe Is leaving not i it'v..n dny this week. Yea, life Is Rood children of Jacksonville were holiday !. IHC: STALK PASCAL
I .lmillar to our American feast In winter I do not Work *>> hard. guests( or-her parents' the T
trace of anicll. Thin Christmas -
1 i 1 chief difference being In the choice a I rest more. The shorter dRY N. Normans. CELERY each lOc
I In heart the i
I 1 my
of side dishes. Turkey, duck or peace I Ite..lIng.of please me for a time. My mail la Mr. and Mrs\ H. W. Stearns and ,
that God glvrth, and the
goose makes the popular roast In peace one source of Joy and I got many, his mother' Mrs.\ Myrtle Stearns

England, with plum pudding top love that I IH That In our makes hearts ur I I beautiful Christmas curds. I walk, of Tavares, visited relatives here I HEARTH; CLUKBAKING ,;:
at Christmas time
ping off the/ meal. with Digger every morning;( at 8 during the holidays,
Turkey Is again found In France want to give and give-to laugh!! o'clock to the postoffio. On MOn- Mrs. Blanche Hammond and : POWDER 10 lOc
and pheasant are and be oz. -
I although capon fowls of the merry. i iI day Is wash. day, and Ion goes, ,children of Glen were supper guests ,
as popular. The holiday This old world has always been i #
1 Latin countries are bedecked with : I CLAY HILL: They have Jtut of the Kldon Sopps Saturday night
1 truffles, chestnuts and olives and I full of strife and unrest.not know begun to put on the black' top for)I Little Johnnie Reddish of Starke
b1 one might find snails on a menu In are We we drift along In I the road. Lots of colds going visited Joe and Kudnlph Sapp over ) Lean, Tender and Sweet
I those things.
France.An around they say. Mf Rlanclmril the holidays.Mr. .
important dish among the joy and bong. Now we have radlo"l from Washington Is building, a and !Mrs. F. R. Sapp and

Spaniards Is sopa, rice cooked with and television which give I cabin across the road from LeeMoore's. Eldon Sapp were shopping In Jacksonville I BACON I -

olive oil tomatoes vegetables and the latest newa the news that He will spend the winter Monday.Mr I !:
Africans partake of tells cf tax swindles and cheating,I I
meat particles. there. Got one new school bus. and Mrs. J. n. F.dwardi ;
which Is composed ofwheat form of 11"honeaty.all
couscous, and every William Padgett driven It. Letter and son of Jacksonville visited his.
lamb and vegetables than It
grains played up perhaps worse from Lela May Cartel"", says Edwin mother Mrs. K. G. Knrties, Sat-
Pickled greens raw fish roast reallys./ ,Our very souls cry outand ,
bird and shrimp, fritters are headliners I at something to ease the Padgett, a soldlef. Is in Ger urday. I JELLO pkgs. 25c
grasp Cards from phlrley Mos-, -
I among the Japanese, with ache and downright misery In our, many. Those enjoying the Chrl"tmaaI I ,
pickled chrysanthemum petals con hearts. Taxes are eating us all Icy Hazel Griffin. Elgin! Long, and Eve supper and family gct-t I j
sidered a delicacy. The Swedes Dorothy Manning. I gether! at the home of Mr and I
of the OVER SEARICE,31b.cello
TANK TYPE and the take home PRY
temper their feast with a special' up and I Helpful Hints: P1IO a banana Mrs Ancel Norman Monday night'i

drink called slg', which is a claret worker la smaller each year Is Into egg whites) and whip mixture were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman J!
There nopeace
wine sweetened with sugar andnavor..d groceries higher. Mr 39c i iI
substitute Linda
M with almonds, raisins worldly peace for ua ever. until stiff A good for Sr. and jV-ighter

VACUUMCLEANER peel cinnamon cloves We must have that loner peace whipped cream, Mrs. T. N Norman and song I
dried orange
and iardamon. It Is usually set afire which God gives us, and the feel- These days I am taking. life as Gerald Mr, and Mrs. Eldon : /

before serving. SUPER Sl1DS or '
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14 iUtt CASH PRICE 95 Old Gifts Romans to God Offered JanusThe III WELL WHATDAYA KNOW\ !' I I I FAB large 2SC :

word January comes from the ; i SLASHES PRICE' - - .. ",
COMPLETE WITH Latin word "Janus". Janus was a REMINGTON - - -

149." god to whom the Romans offered GRAPE FRUIT NO. 2 CAN

8 ATTACHMENTS for sacrifices insure the days prosperity at ahead.the start Strenia and of good a new goddess health yearto I ON ""SSSSSS0; g : ADDING MACHINE JUICE, 3 for f -. .- 25c

FREE of strength was also! honored on leI ,

NT SPRAYER 2 YEARGUARANTEE I first As day.early as 747 B.C.. the Romans I FROM $127 TO $120 TAXESWorld's PURE "

of bay and palm for .1.1JJJ.Uf
I":' gathered gifts LARD 3 Ib. jar 59c ,
'Ing, Deodorizing New Year presents. As years I .
1PM" passed and Rome prospered the I _
1 i iJCOtPON" !
any Other Uses FREE1 I gifts:became more elaborate yearly
and, In time it became the cus-
tom to bestow them upon the emperor I 'I ; PI.ATE TIN
11 DEMONSTRATIOVALUt I a habit that contributed I: J.!

greatly to the wealth of the Caesars. Fastest Keyboard

ITHIN 150 MILES Claudius, recognizing the fact that i i I COFFEE lb. 79
had graduated through ,
S the
;( - :l I the years from a voluntary tributeto : DESIRED ]
Issued a decreelimiting TERMS IF
regarded .
a - -
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I For&yth Fla. *Iven.Rome continued to celebrate the \ WHY DELAY SEE TODAY We will have Black
St.- Jacksonville, j New Year under Idolatrous tr* Christian rites of em the IL i plenty Eye Peas
PJ1 a free' home demonstration at no obligation perors.

1 I people ban."however h I Utlan* caused from participating the churchto It Bradford Co. Telegraph and Hog JowlsC )

BRAND and It was not
NEW VACUUM <@ $11.93 In the Jratlon I :,

J until December 29 was legally fixedas d _

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j i I, ( DIARYBy. Sam McGarvey II I March 'of Dimes Drive

; / The author will be glad to receive -
Items of Interact concerning -
1 =
I the activities of farmer In
1 Bradford County. Suggestion maybe
left at the Telegraph office or

I aV VAAAAAAAAAWAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAVAAAAAAAAAAAr I i\"Ii ,r mailed Florida.to Sam MoGarvey, Lawtey, BEGINS JAN: 2nd.

word from Alice la that'' that the big question Is: Who is .

Pop |III Improving and Is able to going to keep the thing running ,

get up once a day. Alice in acting after it is bought? t

nurse and it in nice that she Is e And For The First Time In History Will Run Four

able to be with her Pop during Easy to get hurt on a farm? ,

illness In the meantime, Sam Is, Auk Sam He was tugging on a

"batching it" (one neighbor asked standpipe, trying to loosen it froma '

him how he liked being a widow) fence, pulling It toward him. It Full Weeks Instead of Two

and having quite a time trying tok.p snapped loose, and the faucet bop- .

things going. You never "ppj, him In the face,. pausing! a cut ... t "
realize how much a wife does' until only a fraction of an Inch from his '

she stops doing. it.. eye. He put Iodine on the cut; a ,

W-turt a doctor told him, later was .. "
Reset most of !cur patch of beerice risky Doctor said that in "
such Because of
from The Longer Campaign : : ..
using runner plants .
an accident' the best thing to do "j. h'r(J I
.. ..... i .
lour last year's planting. The plantsre la I to apply an ice park, which will t H.J tsar.," : ; ,' '>. ; I)
| doUig ,fairly well with plenty reduce the and "'the I -ut I / "'
swelling HOpi \
jof bloom everywhere, except for bleeding. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF, NEW;: POLIO VICTIMS <* ,. : \ ;"

-ih.. bandy parts of tho field. The \*:,, ,
, e '

und plants' doing there are-just practically sitting nothing.there Planted five pounds of White 45,000 PATIENTS FOR PAST YEARS STILL NEEDING HELP. ', ,,).

Clover In the house panture. In- "
It could give these '.
Wonder we
plants animal manure whether much noculated water the In the seed mixture, and put and had too INCREASING COST OF PROVIDING ALL THE CARE THEY MUST HAVE ,. '

would out of it and
hey snap
almost a mush. But after dryingout "

tart growlnw* ? Will* try eIts It. Sender the and seed broadcast, put it In It.our It Cyclone rained I, : These Costs Have Left The March of Dimes in Debt Year after Year.rr$'" ,:;

ill wind that blows nome
while ,
we were seeding the pasture, '
some good, or whatever that and right after It, so conditionswere .,.- :L"t"; "
and the freeze did some < ,," ,ir'r '
Baying : ,.
right. ," .. : z f. ..
y ...
ootl I on our farm. It kills back our ..it >r" It- ', ,. > -.k
:mparagus, and gives It a needed .... 1 &' .t>; :; "
Made some new blinds for the 'i ; ,
e8t. Cleaned out weeds in the \fft.I. < 'L. '. '1 .,. ,
Roadstand. Problem '
'1' '
waa to make '
asparagus bed, so that the next y .
them light enough in ,weight so ';:' ; -.
reeze will do some good. Expect
that they could be raised or lowered 0 '
o put plenty of manure on the
Uparagua bed so that we'will get; easily and yet strong. Used :
sheets of aluminum and braced ;
good yield And Isn't fresh as- the ;
it LET'S
*rBflrujL' a...real* start e e? blinds frame should with] metal solve the angles.problem The of BRADFORD' # ; .,

kel.'plng'Ule aun out. ,'.'_ J'PH
like ;} .
Alice's pullets are growing ,':;1'
to make for >
cede, so had rooBt

hem. Got some narrow strips of Lettered a sign for the Road- .

umber from Yarbrough's saw mill stand which should help passersby COUNTY'SOUOTA! I : ? t GO

,nd salvaged a piece of wide mesh who we imagine have looked at .

hlcken wire which was not being the Roadstand and wondered whatIt Mwgip
tied. Made the roosts 9 Inches was supposed to be. Now when ;
[part, built up over the chicken the sign la up they will at least

Ire so that the pullets cannot know that It Is a Roadside Market.

(et into the dropping pit. That Lettering is slow work, though. t --r OVERTHE

Ight expected .to see the young S e .

.4,11'11, roosting, but Instead they Charlie Shuford asked us to I ,

Vere piled up all over the floor come look at his cow Pokey. She '

.Itled up and carried every dogone was in the process of having a .

i ono over to the roost. Did that calf, and her udder was enormous. IS I_ '

:Jf Uiffe straight nights and they Pokey is a beautiful animal-a .j, ,
ItlU haven't learned to roost. Guernsey and she had a tine "
'uess they like to bn put! to bed. helter

.. 4'Well
1-> e

the freeze killed off a fgt Our hens have decided that they '
\ so we got a bag of cot- ;
grass have laid enough egg for a while $3,431 TOP
for the ;
need meal .
and ftfg now doing nothing but ,
Comfort ye8"lIng"1
ilvQ 'both I eating W" ,.:tn't blame them, for .

bdut ti hAll ttuT 'Jally \ hesg WM'e Holland chickens have

pal\ it will help tn keel'l thin l In ,Bona a good, job of producing! \ ? SJfS1But ) ., ,

[ood shape. Don't know yet Wheth- here Is the trouble. Now'that 1 + 1 I .

Comfort is bred or not. Some- It Is time to sell the hen we geta

mell she looks yes, and ome- serious discount because they
mes no. Wish there was a pOHle l-
white. There should
are really I .
test which would reveal whetha not be a discount, because a' big -
animal bred.
farm was white hen la just as good to eat

.* s as a big red one. Yet that Is the uu __

For 'Instancd, getting a sowed practice, and we now plan to

can sometimes 'be a lot had of have red chickens, There is no Giver Help Some Child Let's Put Bradford Your Dimes
ther. Thought that we use trying to tell people what j

arned when a sow was ready to they want, They know.

'eed, after having so many Voluntarily To Walk Again. Over The Tops Are Needed

ought here to breed with Big .
We were lucky last weekend in *
Henrietta .
ed. But when we took .
breed I having our ex-Yankee kinfolk visit ::; .
er to Har6ld Eunice's!: tQ< and :. r ,s
Poland us. Same sister Marlon her '9 t .
Spotted 0
I his) registered .
hUbband Lewcame and made! l'KOCH
Ihina she nor toddy>
boar, was
themselves! extremely helpful. Lew,
father than load her II.IIJarTY\ who Is an electrician, put in a lot GRILLGEORGE GEM JEWELRYED
cr again In the station wagon, of electric outlets and Switches, BeP.OeELKS GUIDON;
[e left her there. Never had, that r DRUG STORE ,:
and Marlon did some tidying up
ouble when we had our own '
and cooked a good Warm meal. STARKE, FLA.This .
d Got an automatic waterer for
the pullets and Installed It. The 1
Planted lettuce and spinach In sl
thing saves a lot of tlme.i because
cold frame. Broadcast the let-
J 200 growing pullets can drink a
lice, wet It down and then put
pi old feed sack on top of the lot of water, and it seemed that Help Lick SupportThe Movies Are Better
no matter how often we filled up
bed, and again wet It down.
ed their drinking fountain, it was always :
few days later the seeds germl- time POLIOH.C. March of Dimes Than Ever
empty the next we made !
Lted and we look the feed sack Is Your Fight
rounds. Tills Is a good example,
ftvay, as there was some mildew
It see'ma to us of how it Is possible .
ler', Watered them good and the
to save time on a farm. With .
1 edllngs are growing pretty wed.e .
the automatic waterer, the pullets C
[ hasn't done a thing OF
have water in front of them all
t, Going to plant some cabbage the time, and we have eliminateda SUPER NEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE

.We lost two hens to a possum: .

Ind that was bad enough, but I STORESDrop FLORIDA THEATRE
Sowed in the 146
some rye hogs' run. SCIIMITi
}hen we discovered that the var-
Will them shut until It
keep up
Int got one of our prized pullets,
gets a good start and then fora
|e almost blew our tops. Got
.me board and nailed up every time at least, the hogs will have ....

tnele: tiny opening In the brooder some green feed.. .
iuse. Then did not worry much MARCH OF DIMES Give This Drive
bout losing Tulleta. Leo filled'Skunky. It made UIIlIodo&goIl8 Your Dimesin

C mad we could have NEEDS YOUR HELP
beaten Leo to a pulp, Tbut, we rea- Deserves Your
'Till It SupportPOST
Decided that the only way we The Container '" HurtsDUCKY'S
be lize that Leo hates cats, and will
ould get the 'poHium
kill them every time he, gets a 0
> catch It In the laying house, so
chance. There Is no use beating
e started to make rounds every 0 e.
him,. as that does no_ gooU. We
Well, the
ilf hour night.
every are going to miss Skunky, as he
.Ird night the plan worked. Sam RosenbergAnd

'ought the 'possum In the laying ,was a good cat.. CHARLEY E. JOHNS 56

uuse right under the dropping
.it. Had a job killing It. as hold- The freeze of Last week didn't Son .

lectric ig 'the light gun In In one the,hand other and did not the do even too if much the thermometer damage on our on farm the, Agency '118 W. CALL ST. The American Legion

front porch did go down as low as
take for, accuracy. Howeverlad
Talkd 22 degrees at 7 o'clock In the morn- I
to get rid of the rascal. "
Ing. It did knock our English I
to Titus OlsorX about the 'pos-
urn when we met him In Lawtey, peas down but they are coming I

'ip nd near he said the It probably laying house.was holed We back has again.moderated Since again then the, althoughthe weather I T Let's Make ,*5, Give Your Dimes Fight Polio March of Dimes

forecast la colder.
on't know whether It was holedp ... For This Cause
I e e With Your
there, but we know now where -- rBradford'swQuota ..... DimesKEYSTONE Lasts Four Weeks

t Is, 4 about her. She is
-' S e e crazy worrying .
the due to have pig. and each time :. ; 0 0DOWLING
You'd think that Flnqegan ...
we look at her she looks as If It is -
ater pump would behave during
matter of hours. And inwarmer .
only a
hie time when Alice is away -
months .wouldn't DENMARK
w worry
bere'a so much to do. But no
so much about her, but when It JEWELERSWALLIE
;fnDPgan went on the fritz again
iind as we sat next to It In the rain get. very cold: we fuss and pu, up FURNITURE CO. .

fiddling with, It we wondered bow protective sacks around the pen. :MUIILIIOFER: Auto Supplies -

ve could: have made the mistake They say a watched pot ..doesn'tboll _
so it looks like that makes
d buying a water pump from a

nail order house Now we know Blondie a watched pot. .. ., ,,. -. -
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DEC 28 19 51
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a materials which were all shippedby dustry has ,supplanted that mode

At 33 rail at that time. Since the of shipment, the old wharf was no
mn '* s axan LAWTEYL. I
advent of the farmers market and longer In use It has been razed by

,, CLt T BONNER II. Flitch the automobile and trucking In- the company. ? I
B' It t

The annual Christmas activitieswere

carried out In the usual wayIn Every Branch of

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS the Lawtey area with a new tree
ethodist Church CHURCH There Shall Be Showers offBlessm' added this ,year. This was sponsored INSURANCEH.

MeUfodlst Church of Sunday School 10 a.m. by the city official. and displayed -

The first cordially| Invites you to at. Morning Service 11 a.m. Gospel songs still popular after nearly a century I II" on the front of the City
of worship on Sun- Evening Service 7:30: p,m. Hall from which place bags of

JiI wrvtces. 3. Church School, beut Prayer Meetings Wednesdaynight I The United State was celebrating its 100th Ing. "Almost PeI'lUlded.dertul Words ol1! fruit and candy were distributed
f De> W. B. Sewell : 7:45: : p.m.. Saturday night birthday when a new kind of sacred song dawned Life" and a score more. Philadelphia's singing Irishman I to the children on the night of C. WALL AGENCY
45: with as on the .
g: 7:45: p.m. religious horizon became immediately popu William Klrkpntrick. wrote "Lord. I'm Coming Christmas Day.Members .
,oral l Superintendent. Mr" E.Qelyman tar at camp meetings and revivals swept across Home" and set to music "Jesus Saves. Dwight
Is the superintendent -H. Gorsira pastor the Atlantic and circled the globe. Literary critics L. Moody's singer. Ira Sankey, came from the lamel) of the Harley familyenjoyed PLEASE PHONE 146
Division J. W. look down their noses at the words and conservative state to sing gospel' songs and compose their annual Christmas
:1/1./ Children' ? Youth Fellowship meet at 6:30: composers frown at the music as do some at "The Ninety and Nine." When BUll died in a railroad -| get-together In the home of Mrs. Constant Service Over 50 Years --
lCft I II superintendent of the p.m. for their regular program the works of Stephen Foster whose folk songs wreck In Ohio another Pennsylvania named, A, }f. Harley on Sunday Dec. :S3.
juth Division and W. W. Gained meetings! Following the started the trend. Nevertheless the Gospel Song has James McGranahan. took his place and became to. i
superintendent of 'the Adult all evenugPerviee become as much a part of America u Fosters plan- Evangelist D. W. Whittle what Sankey was to Moody) Enjoying this affair with their _
u young people are Invited tation melodies.It Though Moody was the more famous Whittle was mother were Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie I
ivii'on.!' to the Fellowship hour In the is interesting to note that more gospel song the more versatile. He not only preached the gos-1 Harley of Stark', Mrs. J. D. Mlley SNOW WRITE F II I
BWnlnfr! church service begins Recreation Hall. Byron Newcomb writers are identified with Ohio and Pennsylvania pel but. under the pen name of "El 1 Nathan wrote.; of Jacksonville the Nelson Blocker OUTSIDE PATITANIUM.
U o'.lock. Mrs E. K Perry has charge of refreshments. than any'other states. (Foster was from the latter.) it for his singer. McGranahan. to set to music. I LEAD Md OIL
the organist and the senior The 7:30 To mention a few "The Old Rugged Cross" Is from While the gospel hymns present a target for both! family of Atlantic Beach, the 8. _
: church
Lr Is furnish special music be the'annual p.m. service' will e the pea of YounRJtown'i Salvation Army worker the literary and music critic for 75 years these songs; C. Harley family of Heilbronn $4.95 VALUE.....
will Student Recognition George Bernard. Cincinnati's William H. Doane set have served a useful purpose and some have found) Springs section the H. Harleya, A Point yw te. d.p.ed.e e
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will I Service with college .students to music "Rescue the Perishing "Safe in the Arms a favored place while more scholarly hymns have; the D. B. Harleya! and Mrs Mae N.. N p.sf. rub. wash .N
each( on the/ subject, Are We.litma participating. The youth choir of Jesus" and "Pass Me Not. E O. ExceU of "Count faded into oblivion. The day may rome when the) Sum y..w..e.ld.. aron.yy4 GAiiI
only Christians." will sing and Mrs. Your Blessings" was from Ohio's Stark Countyand gospel song will give way to another trend butt Wells of Lawtey. Mrs. Wells Is bock ,leorase sOw !I
: Lloyd Green East Liverpool's Will Thompson wrote "Jesus among thOM that promise to still be popular whenJ Mrs. Harly's Mister mUSoe ttegde. .
Iflie Senior and Intermediate will be the organist. ,Is All the World to Me" and "Softly and Tenderly." the United States celebrates Its second 100th birth-! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hockett S gxe.U et e.v.roy. tee bekk, r p
From Clearfield County Pennsylvania cam day. Is James McGrsnahan's music to El ), .
--- Nathan weal tMock. eed rides
of Alken, Ohio called on her siser. oncr et sttetw
:Philip Bliss with "Let the Lower Light be Burn. words. Sompla con...SOc.
Mrs. C. A. Mi-Swain, one day ""o'
lass Massy On The Special FacfMy 1 ,1,
I Ther hall be showers of blessing;" Grant to us now a refreshing last ,week on her way to South \

[ Attend Services Sunday at the Friendly Church This Is the promise of Love; Come, and new honor Thy Word. Florida to visit their mother Mrs.
There shall be seasons refreshing. I ihodon. Ronnie and Donnie Mc- SNOW WHITE PAINT CO.
Sent from the Savior above. There shall be showers of blessing "
; I
In The Absence of the Pastor Hear This Preacher fall Swain went with Mrs Hackctt to L P. O. Box 86 Jacksonville Fla.
Oh that might ,
today they
."There shall be showers of blessing" spend the holidays with their
Precious reviving again; Now as to God 'were confessing. grandmother. Mr and Mrs. Mc-

Over the hills and the valleys, Now os on Jesus we calll Swain spent Christmas with the
Rev. Alton DobbsFIRST i Sound of abundance of rain.
need family at Ft. Pierce and will return -
Showers of blessing. Showers of blessing we
'There shall be showers of blessing;" Mercy drops 'round us ore falling, : home the lust. of the week R.B.ALVAREZ&SONTBANSFERANDSTORAGE

Send them upon us, O Lord; But for the showers we pltad. wringing Ronnie and Donnie back
BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton with th<>m.
Everett Londholtx of Ft, 101\uelpr- ,4f7> $

non GRAY, Pastor dale apt>iit Christmas with his +! J'iCSJttVwSf' T'tznnu ,

mother. Mr. K, W. Mosley, Sr. r f : | '
Bible School 10 A,1 M.! B. T. U. 6:30: P. 1\!. Mr. and Mrs Jack Reynolds And! S i *?MOVING i anywhere In U. S.IMa.W .

small non. Hobby spent Christmaswith .gj r. Mb'tai'l fA1'"Sr -
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:45 I'. M. wtDUUituttd Ills parents In Baldwin. "icczLL1lNT
f jv' : :
Clients of Mr. and Mrs. Walter ,
if llluitralea rtmlurn t ui<}'c tet,tju rauua oyA+ao :'
Wilkinson\ during tho holidays were s t'IITOIII"! 1019t1.tClIITEl9

Baptist Church At The TabernacleWeekend ChrUtmns decorations adorned the Mr. and) Mrs.. ('. 11, Dobbs of Jack j ,

party rooms. In the sun parlorthpl' sonvlllo and Mr. and Mr. Bur !

Sunday morning will flied the services at the Tabernacle wan a towering Christmas nell Wilkinson of Ft. Pierce.Mr. Agents For ; ;

Pastor bringing the last In a series were Infused with the true tree of special beauty. The living : and Sirs K.: H. Hewitt and J'.CH.m "i.mTu -

of messages on "The'l.o"e of God", spirit of ChriHtmas--the birth of room mantel arrangement was the children of Tallahassee wern holtday -
4 the piece de resistance the guests of Mrs. licwllt'n per Bnos. 5ce us first
WATCH ; NIGHTSERVICE as the New Year Message Is called Christ Child. among ? -
II "The Love of God In 1952". The Bethlehem scene at midnight clrcornUims. Its! central theme I eats, Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Dobbs.
Yule and at end Troy Uennett, who li employed
What better way to begin the new tflth its quiet streets and the was a log ono
year than I ht Cod's, House of wor- bright star shining over the man- there was a miniature tree and at I at Ft. Lauderdale, accompanied by
the other Santa Clans with his Mr. and Mrs. Bunter Bennett, spent
ship! The First Baptist of Starke ger, formed an effective background -
Invites all to worship and enjoy for the program Monday reindeer. Interspersed holly and Christmas with family and relatives .

the singing by the redirected evening. An outstanding number a background of greenery enhanced here You ProfitCombination
the charm of this motif did Its J. II. Moore spent the Christmas -
by Mrs. Mona Canova with Miss the as
wan reading by W.: B, McKinney -
Julia Lawson at the organ. 1 : of "No Room at TIle Inn" mirrored reflia'tlon and the glowIng holiday with Ills daughter, For Crop .
The Mrs. C. Y. Mayo, In Tampa
in the fireplace. dining
The which
Sunday evening mesnagcby was repeated by request
FIRST BAPTIST STARKEMondayrDecember31,8P.M. the Pastor will be the lint/ In Tuesday night ... room table from which traditional Daniel Massey ID visiting his Feeding and Protection
refreshments were served was grandparent In llonltn Springs.
the series "God Can-.Punlsl1" and A group of visitors from Law? covered wllh a lace qloth' and, cente Mr. and! Mrs. James Carroll ot Fertillmt f
will be an evangelistic message. attended
tey the Christmas
Evtf ed with a low arrangement ot Baldwin are visiting their daughter TMCIE
Thee youth choir will sing and
program. WILSON][ & R
plano-organ-duo will lead the music i t colorful holly. About It couple Mrs. J. J. Smith, and family.
called during the hours thin Mr. and Mr. FI.onkVf'lIa and
while the Pastor directs. of y ,, F E R.T ILIZER COMPANY
St. Edward's Catholic Yuletide party. daughter Nina, were holiday; and JDlvtiiot, .

MOVING PICTURES Sunday School will meet at 9:43undirtlw : Rev! RichardLygne: ,_pastor! j Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Crew, Jr guests of Mrs. Kf/l Miner ,and FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
v Biirx'rvfsiomof'Br. W: :J. vrn were hosts at a dinner at 'Mllls'Mary Ann Wells, -- SUPPLY COMPANY
Muss in.
Sunday at 9:15: 1I family
Woodham, Jr with departments a. . "L .e. ,, .
Local Church Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. their home Friday evening, The The J. 13. Dye' of Ft. Lauderdale .. ,,-. .
Pictures Hymn Sings and classes for all with a
Confessions Saturday 1:30: to occasion marked the birthday were Christmas guests of her
staff of more than HO Officers and nlver arles of father )f. Blanchard and sister
8:30: P.M. their little an-I A. -
Religious FeatureINSPIRATIONAL tachrs. Training Unions gather at Children's Catechism Classes, Nell who was two, of Russell Minn' Knzu/ Blnnchnrd. Mia SoldCARL IJy

6:15\: directed by J. T. Lawson for Wednesday, 4:00: f.M. ding of Lawtey and Sirs Clyd! Arthurlnu/ Blanchnrd. Mrs. Rnddle, XZIO

'twining' In church membership I Rahme or Hampton. Additional and son, Pete, of Jacksonville were

SPEAKER with a union for each age group. II I Church of God guests I cludl'ufl'. Rahme, guests of the Blanchards on Sun. JOHNS

The Annual Watch Night service I Mrs. Redding and Mr. and Mrs. M day afternoon
Rev. Leo Barnes of HawthorneJoin will be held 8th & St. Clair Ste L. Crews '
Monday beginningat I Miss Delynn Crews Mrs. N S. Blount of Ft. Meyer

8 p.m. and continuing till mid Sunday School 10( a.m. Raymond Redding of Lawtey Mrs visited her sister, Mm. Louis H.

the Hundreds Who Attend These Services night with attractions for all ages. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Ethel Tidwell of Hampton. Mr Hill, during the holidays. Sunday Starke Fla. PHONE 45-J:
See advertisement on this page. i Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m and Mrs Eddie Saxon of Eau guests of Mrs. Hill were Mr. and _

"Where Youth.Spends New Year's Eve" Regular midweek service will I r. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m dallle and. 1 1fr, and Mrs. IS. F. Redding Mr., James Blacknhrar and son.

be held Wednesday at 7:30: with I Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Jimmy and Tommy, and Mr and

REFRESHMENTS SERVED the Pastor leading In the Bible Mrs. P. S. Crews spent' Tuesday Mm. J. ft. DuPre and daughter
study night and Wednesday of last week! Nancy all of Starke. ,

with relatives In Jacksonville. Christmas of and
guests Mr.
t COME: ANY TIME: FELLOWSHIP[ ENJOYED at A all cordial these services invitation,ls extended to worship to STATE FARM ''I At the Immediate Christmas Mra. D. W. Starling Included his

1 End the OWYear 'With Christ. resident and vtttitor alike and a My Mrs. Bryan \\hlt lipid Season Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace parents' Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starl '
I were with
friendly welcome will be received:' relatives in Jackson InK Edwin Starling and family REFINEMENT

Begin the New Year With Christ from the members of the First I flub house. I.. Smie villa. all of Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
I Baptist of Starke. Of Accompanied by her daughters. Starling and children of Miami;
Holiday Parties
eRFVUAL Patricia and Emma Lou Mrs. C. and Mr. and Mrs H. T. Markham in every detail In Service
necessary a
. .. As the setting for a series of
TO HKOIVAT D. Sellers visited 1 her mother. Mrs. of Gainesville.Mr. available locally and widely known
during the week, seasonal
Emma Rivers, and other relatives and Mrs. L. II. Futch were for
BHUHHHJHBBHHBHHHHBi B LONO BRIDGE (7II RCIf decorations made the Club House its modest cost Its wholesome
In AUburndale during thq holl dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
DEC 301 h a place of marked beauty. There courtesy, and always tactful sympa.
days. Carl Robert In Starke on Satur-
wan a sparkling Christmas tree thy.
Revival services will begin at MjSgt.; Calvin Williams and day evening *
and at other points of interest In
the Long Bridge Christian Church their daughters Sandra and Sherrie Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mm. N. S. I .
EVIVALDecember the spacious room there were lovely'arrangements -
Sunday Dec. 30, and continue of Westover Air Base Maaa Bhiunt spent Christmas Day with
of silvered leaves, DeWITT
through Jan. 6. are spending the holiday with Mr*. Blount's son, W If. Jones, and C. JONES
native that Included hol-
The evangelist will be Elmer D. with greenery Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Crews and family In Bt. Augustine.The Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
ly bright red cherries, poln-
Piper who Is a graduate of Bob aettlas Rev and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. Ctrl Vanzant family or
and Christmas
Jones University, Grrenvllla, S. C. Miss Sue Biggs ot Starke spent Jacksonville spent the holidays _
He In now a member of the board Tuesday afternoon the Community Saturday night with Miss Peggy with Mrs. Vazant'H parents, Mr. s

30 --- January 6 of directors of this university.He Club held Its annual party. Caldwell. and Mrs. Perry Davis FUneral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

has had considerable experience After the merry exchange of giftsa Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Betty DeVine of Jacksonville local funeral home enables us to>> offer conveniences and

In the publishing business. beautiful party plate was IPrved.I W 0. Strlngfrllow Sunday were split the weekend with her services not otherwise available.We .
having been co-founder and editor Little Individual cakes topped with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkley and erent/i, Mr. and Mrs. /M. B. DeVlne

of the Rod of God Publishing ('0., I tiny burning tapers and red and their children, Margo and Mike of Hal McCormack of Jacksonvilleand ,, ,,

and other Christian literature.As green mints emphasized the holiday Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs New York visited Mrs. Catherine furnish the highest type ervlee at lowest price, and
he has had remarkable -I motif. Additional refresh' Inman Oreen of Starke. Tear of last week
an evangelist sandwiches Saturday accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, lasaed. by ANT
success having con- menta were and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. C. Thomasand Freddie Dlnklnn la spending this company aa payment In U full
part or on a funeral.
I ducted many citywide campaigns.He The State Farm Bridge Club also their children of Wildwood week with relatives In Avon Park Consultation carries ao obllgaUon.35a .

r was staff evangelic for the has a party at this season each were visitors of Mr. and Mm. Zvll S. Dukes of Westconnet

4"il "Old-Fashioned Revival Hour" year and theirs was WednesdayIn Herb Thomas Sunday. wan visiting relatives here Wed-

America's most loved Christian the form of a sealed luncheon.A Mrs! Herb)* Thomas and her nesday of last week.

radio program. He l Is now givinghis traditional Christmas menu was daughter, Kathleen, visited Mra!
Mr. and !\frll. S. 1\[. Mott of
carried out In the that
entire time to evangelisticwork. games Irene Robert In Palatka Sunday
followed 1 Mrs. H. J. Kucera and In the afternoon they attended the Brooker were Sunday. guests of .--p. I
the L. H. Futche.
his Mrs. L. F Chapman were respective Tuten-Walts .
by ,
He will be accompanied wedding -
high and second Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jo dward14.Jr Two I _( r- t.
wife and three children and they high prizewinners Guests of Mr. and Mrs P. D.
will stay at Park of Palms near In contract and Mrs. Fancher Friday were Mr. and Mrs. and children of Atlanta are fwj r ( .
Keystone Heights. Lyle H. Buck won In bingo. Each C. A. Brost of Miami and Mra spending the Christmas holidayswith ;; f

The services will begin each award consisted of linens, An ex- Gabriel Lowe or Jacksonville. his mother Mr. W,H. Edwards Ton
change of 'ChrlHtmas gifts Sr. Other guests of Mrs l..U& i
night,at 7:30: o'clock. 1 gave, Mrs. H. F Leek and Mr. Irene
mementoes of the occasion. Roberts of Palatka spent Christmas Edwards on Christmas Day were Chevrolet O OThER MAKES\
the Rex Mixon and Misses Trucks i'j
Church of ChristCorner Carolyn Bradley Mho became Day with Mr. and Mrs. herb Ada and N STOCK
I the bride of Seabie Rucker of Lake, Thomas 1 LOU Edwards all ol
10th and McMahunBible Jacksonville. mu
Butler on Sunday, was complimented -
School-: 10 A. M. : with a shower Thursday The annual Christmas( party of 2-Speed Axle. Long and Short Wheel

ELMER D. PIPER Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: I afternoon of last week. Hostesseswere f Your Child the Methodist W. S. C. S. was heldIn .

P. 1T i Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Mrs. E the home of Mrs L. If. Futch. .

NATIONALLY KNOWN EVANGELIST Prayer Meeting and Bible Study F. Bedding, Mrs. R. H. Cox Mrs After an hour of old-fashloneil 1949' LONG WHEELFor
each Wednesday 7:30: P. 1\[. I.>I W. Q. Strlngfellow. Mrs. H. J. I WILL LIKE THIS vUltinK jjrUts were exchanged' and I

Dynamic Young Preacher Everyone welcome.Presbyterian | Kucera and Mrs J. C Wallace. To I NEW COUGH HELP refreshments. of the home made 12 or 14-Foot Body 1,095.00

their honoree they presented pastel I cake and tea or coffee were served For 16-Foot Body
With A Message To Fit The Times Church I linens and the many other For coughs and bronchitis due to co'Js Mrs. If. C. Wainwright and Mrs 1195.00

lovely l gifts from Intimate friends yon can now getCreomulsion specially( H. E. Priest were co-hostesnei Short Wheel Base 995.001950's
School at 9:45.: : prepared for Children la a
Sunday new pink
attested her popularity. Mr*. 8. P. I and blue package and be sure with Mrs. Futch. Eleven members
a.m. ;
Services 7:30: Every Night Friendship" Clans 1.0 con Rucker of Lake Butler, mother of ((1)I) Your child will like It. of the society enjoyed this party. -
rrornlng service; With Above
11 Base
a.m. $200
ducted by Rev. John W. Largent the groom was the only out-of- I Ingredients.((2) It contains only safe proven Floyd Kemp of Ft. Jackson 8. Higher
town guest Mrs. L. F. Chapmanwas : C Is spending the holidays with
Solos Yibraharp Duets of Huntington, W Va. ((3) contains no narcotics to dir
Youth Fellowship ,Sunday eve- winner In an appropriate confect turb nature's processes. his father W. P. Kemp. Also large selection of new and used Farm Tractorsand

SpiDAY. DEC. 30 Convention of Christian Churches ning at 1 p m. and her prize was a crystal ((4) It. will aid nature to soothe and One of Lawtey' old] landmark Machinery. Drop us"a card or call Miami 77579 .
bon bon dish. Refreshments consisted heal n., tender, inflamed throat
and has
Bradford Morningand recently yielded to modernprogress. 780152 and
County. Sermor by Bro. of sandwiches and artistically bronchial membranes, thus relieving our representative will call on you.
CHRIST Jin the days when Law-
At Noon. OF the
Evening. Basket 'Lunch dirndl cough and promoting rest and
decorated Individual cakes with
OF LATTFJI DAY SAINTS sleep. Aik for Creomuliion for Chil tey was the leading atrawbetry
Call Street. cot fee. dress in the market of this section of the state
Masonic Temple, pink and blue package.CREOMUlfSION, WILLIAMSON
,,1 LONG BRIDGE, CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday Open Home the Seaboard Airline Railroad MOTORS

morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services -! Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Company constructed a large

j 10 Miles West, of Starke Rt. No. 100 8:30: p. m. A cordial invitation were at home to their friends Sun- FOR CHILDREN shipping wharf here for the loadIng 5700 N. W. 27th Ave. '

I aIL day afternoon, Dec. 23. Exquisite nllim of fruit crates, and other MIAMI FLA.
U extended to I C | .. flee C.l*. Lasts 'r,1It,



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i.' fnknown ThIs notice enal be publlahed ---
,t.i,1.| "n" mid address i I'n,
On ms Own Y'iu' '"i" hereby notified that a once each week for four oonseoulive luit1"i "
I I .nlf f"i, Dlworre ha. been' filed v-eeks In the Bradford County .", ."
BAYLESS HIWAYMm. \ Kevstone Heights V \ '. V' I I1" / nKiilist, ) y..u In the above named ToUirrapn.Paled Y''''. ,
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HAMPTONBy !! thin 2fth day of "
:' ; .mi, t and cause .nd you are re. December J"n", ,
'TOMORTOW1VE J .pilri-d. t" servo a copy of your an. mi TT(5FFICIAI. ci ,i'i". .
BY O. E. Crosby to the complaint SEAL A. _5. Thomas ,
: 'w r or pleading ( lift ,
!Mm. !M. C. SweeneyChrlfttmaH ;: : : /:' 5.V ..ii, I Hi.i i'i.I ilnilff? 'H .",..rn..y. T Frank Clerk of the Circuit Court. loll" ''It,, ,
Church held STAR1
The Community : ...; .uidi. HIM. sinrke. Florida and file By Myrtle T. Dearer. Deputy Clerk font "", "
(firlntma Trot/rum!/ Its annual, Clirintmas! entertain : ... .." tIle .tla-lnal. In the otttrx of the V ,I8 4t l/n thl' "t. ,, '

Partlm. We all went to Pine Level ment for the children on Friday, :. :? ::::. ... .-. Clerk, .r. the> rirpult tIny l of ..lanuin Court *'.on 195! orb !. '.. "U.. .
--.t..A.NEW.L .- ,. f"i. I Hi. 2 th I.. CircuIt ( .... IImdfor4 C...tr, WI' ,. ,
Brannen entertained .
Raleigh Church Thursday night Dec. 20, Deo 21. In the club house The ; ',t It. ,iwi' t ii. HllrK I llon ", "Itlil Florida! In Cbaarerr* .t H'" I, ,"f,
the Nursery and Beginners .- (' j nplniiit. will !be taken HH n.nfemiThU lens H, nemhonkl. Plaintiff 21, JI'' '
I for their annual Christmas pro. Songs and skits put on by the children .41.' vs.
classes of the Sunday 'notion llttinaid" InboskI. Defendant.Cane (OIrFIC I A',
Baptist were enjoyed by even those ehall b" publlKhed'n' ,
It was lovely. ,, "
gram No itSflt
, School with a party at her homeon church who were not parents. The nur- Truly speaking, the first day of I each In the week Bradford for four County consecutiveweeks Tel"Twi.'d *- Order. 01 I'ubllcallon Aantlre ToAp Bv MiAlan l' ,
Friday afternoon. Santa Claus Friday evening our own the year bu no more sUrtiflcai.ee 1 1as 'rari Slate of Florid Toi ; ''',
, member
clans In their welcome -
cry ltt.rnnrd whose Ing, J" ,
I iJemhoKkl. reel- I I "
Its wa an
presented program. nf Dvrviuher,
which 'hi- felh day
than that is
. made an early vlalt to distribute song were especially captivating. a holiday given denf.e and address In' 8. F C B. ,.
cared I don't know how good It I 9ft I.
candles to the little ones and cold Santa Claus appeared witha to it by the Imagination of mankind (OFFICIAL SKAt) A. J. Thomaa. .
Bernice Kelly "" -- - -
drinks and cake served. was, because Mrs. It Is Important only because It V. Clerk of the Circuit Court.By ----.
\ were -
and I had charge. But the kind. gift for every child and Supt. marks a turning point-I spot on the I Myrtle T. Deaver. D."nt Clerk -
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray, Jr. 11128 4L 1/111
Al Watson presented a token of
hearted audience said they enjoyed calendar where civilization may say FOR QUALITY
, entertained the Baptist Choir with S PRINTING.
to each of his
appreciation co.
It. "That period Is done for, tomorrow ,,-, ?OTIfK 10 APPK4.ltIn
Ian informal Christmas gatheringat workers in the Sunday School. The we start anew." Circuit Cell. '.. llradford County,
night a few of us trek. ..... .
Saturday '
the Pastorlum Wednesday: Florida In ( ''
class presented a lamp to If the bee been an
passing ..
year .
) I'lulnilff! v or
ked to Heilbronn Church to V: 'tor
evening. Sandwiches( home made over Rev. Weld aa a trken of appre. unpleasant one a' time of war hy .K"wnlr.kl..P",'''''' nt.Nntlp < DEVELOPING
cookies and hot chocolate were another very lovely program.\ R.v. I I Case l'Jo 1882 and ENLARGIN
the New Year
I arid ciation of his teaching of the class. plagues or poverty ,. .. Til "".......
Watson's little dog "Tippy"
I served the guests. Dr. Farrar was presented with a become all the more Important because To. lirunili.* Knwalakl I, who erenldpnre
Grady Varnes mole the show. It lies in a future that may IK. 6t*4 54th Avenue. Mat-
Mr. and Mrs, of blankets
Friday evening. pair aa a gift from the Y"'kTou ,
Tippy would applaud with the offer blessed reUef. pciheW Bring Your Films To
Charles Hicks were hosts at a. congregation. are hereby notified that a
audience with thfl cutest bark. New Year's Day Is a day of tomorrow Milt for Divorce has bfen filed
to Intermediate Sunday
party their
Orady used him In his program. One feature of the evening was and. for mankind there are uralnut you In the above named
School classes of boys and the collection of a Court and came and you are re- .
thing I no unpleasant
It the cutest
ever quired. to nerve a copy of your answer *
girls. aw. for a mission Sunday school To the poor tomorrow offers I", or pleading to tho complaint Phone

I Jerry and Mary Kathrlne Wadsworth In the Tennessee mountains. Nine. curRy; for the sick there Is a promise "I the l'inintlrf'e.ttnrnev\ : Jm-h H.ImtiKln St
" V of Oalupwvllle have been Saw Bro. and Mrs. Karm over 505 I.vnch Puildlnir,I Jiii'Unnvllle. -
ty-flvn gifts plus several baskets of health; the imprliot.ed may .I Florida. and file ih- nrtRln. 265
", visiting rf'l"tlve" here., at Reddlnh's atore and ho told of Oranges were packed and seat scale the wall of freedom; the :: : *1 ...1! .In the office of the Clerk. of 'the
me about theIr lovely program dri/ult Court on or before I the ZKth I-i
Miss Helen Jean Parker In upendIng'the smallest eaglet may learn to fly.
r on to the school. any of .UniiHry, 1 lift 2: oth r** lxe the
': holidays with relatives In down Fairbanks way Sunday night. Thus In essence New Year's Day HlfoiratlonH' of saId Complaint: will:

{, Flint Mich. Sorry we couldn't attend.(9nmnnity The Boy Scout Tioup has a new becomes one of the most important he taken aH ,*.nfei
, Mr. end Mrlf. Don McMahoneleft New Scoutmaster, Henry Hall who will days In the year-the day 'of a new -- -- ---- __

take the place of John Rivers wh. start. It 1* once more the moment ( __ __J .
\ on Christmas Eva for a week'svisit Mr. and' Mrs. R. R. CrOsb/ entertained --
I Ft. with YOlJnppoplu', Is In training! In the Air Force. that optimism become the asset of I 4t ________________ I _
In Meyers. a / or
He will be assisted. by Don Ellis. every human heart. BRING IN THE NEW
Mrs. Thomas F. Brown. Miss I night at their home.
V party Friday The Woman' Club will hold Days that have been passed with Paul Revalcon five-year-old polio _
Kathryn Weeat, Emory and Frank Several young couples Open House on New Year's night hours at once depart the.wontd for self getting on and off a bus YEAR AT OUR SPECCAl.( .
I Brown are spending the holidays this lovely affair
the sketchy of history and all l
Jan. 1, In the club house. Everyone pages ,In Occupational Therapy Depart. I
ii in Vera Bcach'and Mlal 1. Mr and Mra Luclan Conner and in the community Is Invited. men know that the world was-and ment of Boston Children's Hospi _
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and son Douglas spent Christmas with There. will be of shall be-according to the inhabitants. tal. He Is one of tens of thousands MONDAY

baby daughter Valrln spent relatives In Miami. and skits and refreshments a program of songs coffee :, Mankind starts afresh brimming of polio patients assisted, PECEMBER 3I5.V _
Christmas Day in Tampa, and will with new hopes ambitions and each year by the Marcrrof Dlmet. *> v
Hear Mra. Marcus Conner almost -
leave this week for Evangvllle and sandwiches. There will be dreams, holding but one reserva The 1952 appeal extends throughout -
had heart failure Saturday no charge but every' guest will tion: the entire month of January.. & ,
Ind, to visit the JamiM Sims
family morning when Santa drove tip have an opportunity to put an offering If the new year falls to live up V _.

with a new electric itove-alxo' a In a box: representing the to expectation there will be no regrets I I I _
Mr*. Ola M. Perkins Is enjoyingthe )
spanking new television net. Don't month of his birth. The Club was or contempt. It lend eternal. 1Rt

In OorRla.holiday season with ,relatives blame you Lillian-.I would be born on New Year's Day 28 years ly to another year ai.d another Bible Foretold Future I l\ 't\\t\

the I. I happy too.Pall"ed ago and this party is In the nature chance. I CLOD RAC'I\ON
Sgt. Roy Muse, of Air On New Year for ScotsThe
.- by J. R. Kelly'n late of a birthday party. Tho group ,:
stationed Oa.
In )racon
the", rorwrt gux-st of Mr. and Force.\\ Christmas Eve and tow1 a. man on with the largest contribution will New Year's Day early Scots believed that It 0 MLtN'

Ilia- it have the honor of was possible to foretell the events
R. H. Parker and Miss DorU\ top of chimney. I thought cutting and whur- O\lt\t\ \ "

Parker. Sgt. 'Muse'll home If in; was Santa trying to gut down, BO Ing the blt.thday cake. I Passes on All of a coming year by turning to the I 'G; '3elOT : _

San ford, I mopped by to help the'' old fellow In this season of peace and goodwill Bible on New Year's Day.It _ Their
Old was long a custom to place the AmeTica's
I Sure enough, It was. .hiut- Superstitions "IL Love
I Carl Dennison U. visiting, his we hate to mention such an acred book upon a table and openIt SlaTT11\", "" :

aunt. Mrs. Merle Singleton in Installlng a television net for Mrs unsocial thing as burglary, but Through centuries of celebration. at random placing one finger on I your FarnUIJ .

Ft. Myers this week. 'I J, R.'s Christmas Surely enjoyed we have to. LaMt Friday night New Year's Day hai managed to'' the printed page. The entire chapter | "AU f1arnillJ. .
Miss Norma Sweeny of Bryan i i looking at It that night probably while every one was at I pass on to each succeeding generation then was read carefully with -_-' Farnt

University, Dayton, Tpnn.snd Fred IlaUlop was ,also sporting, the- Christmas entertainment, aome the superstitions that people of I II the belief that the message it carried your Ell Yagtr.riflg .

Mini Martha Home of the University I around on a brand new cub tractor: thief broke into the office of the I olden, times held about the first day described in some way the B "' Eve GIFTS

of Florida' are spending the Christmas Eve. Keystone Heights Lumber Co. and : of the ;year.ResIdents. happiness or misery in store for the : Come Gala e'" 'nhiIS __ ___

I. Yule holiday. In Hampton. I| The Floyd Lester, and Oscar got away with a small mount of I of Englar.d one believed nerson adhering to the tyactlce.wcr R- To 'Ibis -

cash and other Items. It to be an ill omen if one O\SE.MAn A\.L.
Little Keith of Jacksonville '
Crosbys, J. R. Kellyi, and Marcus, or plonillnw to the complainton FO.it
Spent last week; with the Q Conners all had a get-together: Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Murphy otPotlldam. I shared a lighted match with an the riiiliitirfH Attorney.. Wvan I.
other on New Year's morning. English T. ftvann and Neal r). Kvan. Jr., i _
I P. Wadsworth family. I over at Marcus's house Christina' N. Y. are back in the maidens, and Scotch ones. ai 101:. I.nw Flxrhaniro fitiltdlnar, jackunnvllli :-' (

Among those spending Christmas Day. Never saw so much food In i Cooper house, on Keystone Lake *, Flurlitit nn.1 file the orlwlnnl PL
I In the office of the Clerk of the
In Hampton were, Mr and Mra.I 1' all my life and all good.! It was,I for the winter. They report very ('lr<.ult Crt, on or before (h* 2Mth i -,

Kenneth Hess of Kansas Milton'Grlttl. also Lester's birthday anniversary., poor weather on their way down. day .t January, lft.12: otherwise lh. '
\ all >icrttloni* of Miilil Cnmphtlnt' will lu :
.. of the Air Fprce. Mr and He Ii lucky to always have a good Because. of snow and Icy roads tukn. a* confvwHt-fl, by you. -_ _
Mr.. Onard Parker and two : I the Thin notice ehHll I tie ptiblnli. ,
t chll-j i dinner on his birthday. usunlly short trip took fix once earn week for four consecutive

dren Buford and Mary Alice!. of! The II. n. Kellys went to Jack. days. A good part' of that time weeks In the Bradford County -.-,-- .-.-.--.. -' -L" -.. _..._ .. _

I Homestead the. ,Olen Bedenhatighi l sonvllle for a family reunion of' was spent waiting for the roads\ to graph.I I MI, ted.. this list tiny of ).. .,or.I..1, .. .
family, of Deland Mr. and Mrs. E'I I Bernlce'a folk Christina They' bo cleared. 1951. I i -
!I (O1VI-IAT. 8RAI.) A. J. TJiomae.' '
Van' Alstlne Mr. and Mrs. G.
E'I i hadn't all been together for eight' MIR Emily Johnson niece of Clerk of the Circuit. Court |

McIntosh of Cocoa. Mrs. McIntosh. years, and I know they had fun. Mrs. Margaret Tracy formerly, a By Myrtle T. Deaver P.piity Clerk
IJ/2II It 1/18
's,. of Daytona Beach Mr. and I Saw all of Collie and Bwlnton nurse In the Armed Forces and

.V Mr.. A. O. Pope and family and I i Croaby's folks home Christmas now head of the Physiotherapy NOTICE TO APPHAIIIn

Mr. and Mr*. Edward Saxon nfEnu rlrralt Court, nrndford County
Also the Herman Thomas Department In IT
Day. Christ Hospital 'Inrfditl. ,. hnnrerr. IS UNLAWFULFor
Gallle Mr and Mr*. Archl..1Eiland. ''family and the Frank Thomas' Clnclnn tI. Ohio stopped over In rtuniililrnyCmlitreK. Plaintiff, V"It..t.
.. .
LiiirnM t'tahtrve |iefendntCase
Homosasna Miss Betty!I ,
family had a big dinner and get. Keystone enroute to Crescent well, made a custom of rushing to No. 83J4Entire

, 'I 1 Durling of JackHonvllle. together. City to spend Christmas with her the well at the stroke of midnight.The TA Appear. ,
To: Kttta Hums Crabtree, whose
Happy New Year-Everyone. Mr. and Mm. Floyd Crosby and father Rev. Norton Mecklln. first to taste of the water would I reMldenL'ff let. I lIst Kulton fcftreet' .

have the best luck during the ensuing : Denver, Colorado.Yon .
Christmas Bill\
family enjoyed a pro- Reynolds is home for the are hereby notified that a cult
gram at Then-Una Monday night.N Christmas! holidays. ;year.Residents for Divorce ami rentoratlon I of Ste.fdfldiint'N
W.C.T.U. D. and Nettl Bee Thomas I of the Isle of Man held nmldun. non,, hits been filed : Any Person Persons to in
James Neale In down for Christ' that a dark complexioned person oiralnMt you In the above named or
A Tiiorairr FOIL TIIK' NEW .
her folks In Georgia Court and .
are visiting and
up you are required
mall at his home ;
YEAR. I on Llllle Lake. brought good fortune with him if he to serve a topv of your answer .
.I this week. The family will have a reunion were the first to enter a house after or pleadInir to thn complaint

"ANOTIIEK YEAH IS DAWNING Saw Miss Mary Lou: Alvarez of there except for Francis who Is the new year had begun. A light- on 1)iginu the I Plalntlff'e, 505 Lynch Attorney Hulldlnic., Karh..luckHiinvll H.. Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
I Jacksonville visitingher folks Sunday on Guam. haired visitor was believed a bear. !*, Flnrldfi and I file lh. nrl.lnnl -
MASTER. LF.T IT REION' In the attic
O. er of mlatortune. of the Murk of the
F..ARTU-oR ELSE IX Mr. and Mra Ba. tedo have as Circuit Court on or before. the SMth

HEAVEN I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly and their guest for Christmas Mr. era In considered early America.It InvIUr.I'bad New Enll luckto nd. day. of January, of fluid 1X53.:Complaint otherwise will themtlleg.tioio

I children.. of Plant visited relatives b. taken. confessed The Name Is
ANOTHER YEAR FOR THEE." City Bastedo's father W. J. Baatedo of go outside the house on NewYear's by you. Registered
here during the holidays. Detroit who has been Tnla notice shall be publlnhedonce
until had
spending Day someone en each week for four consecutive
the winter In Florida.BROOKER. I tered. weeke In the Bradford. County Tele-
Southerners believe that It Invites -."nh. 'I"V
1 ItatetI. thIs *llh day of p.tnbf'T,
, prosperity when black-eyed peas life U I 1,
Included on the New Year' Day (OFFICIAL flCAt.) A. :J. Thomae, .
{ Clerk of the Circuit Court
menu. Py Myrtle, T. Denver Deputy Clerk .

ATTRACTIVE! newly dona over fur. 4IXOKR': SKWIN'O Machine Company !Mrs. F. jr. !..ewlllUpmon..tratlun 1J/2S 4t 1 1/IH ,'<..
fished apartment for rent. Clraily I ike City, FI.... Phone (SO, Happy Time in JapanIs NOTICE T PPK\ll '
will machine In lip!
Apartmvnti nn Clnrk Hlrt. 150 repair your
par month. A J. Thomas. Jr. top oiimlltlon, ........nahle.. Weune First Day of YearOne Ftorldnt Circuit I.Court.munierr.lllil Brnilford. Conntr. :
4ro tollS only cenulne 8ln..*r part' Club
Aa-ant. <> K.
< Kekrr. t
Our delivery, aervlce, service unre will upon pick reiiueiit.New up and. (C'hrlHtnia, Party of the happiest days on the F. Ivrkor.. llefendant, PlaIntiff, va. John .. Read This Florida Law"It

OAHAOK "t'SOAI.DWFon RENT: Bln..r| miirhln* are available The Home Demonstration Club'a Japanese calendar 1 I. the first day ('lOA.. No. 886:1:
I iMtdronmn Mioilurn ill" Imth. inn.tral ,,,.. Nollre Te Appear.Toi .
i, atln. air r..I..I.l J1yery.. on reaaoiirtble iCr Christmas party wan held Thursday of the year. No matter how poor a John 10'. Krker. whoa rentdunce .
thinS fnrnlihwl .xrt\ huh",'. (..Iv.In. Dec. 20 In the community man may be he always manages to In: la/* "r..n! Point Avenue
room. ii I net to. kltfhvn. pun try. ''''J Brooklyn, New York. shall be to
Very :Inrg rlnavla. Apnlv" <'Oi'fl! "MITT"'lt"'E'f 1 nt E'S" center. Everyone enjoyed a covered have a set of new clothes to wear You, ant hereby notified that a elilf unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein

tat Florid, Nur'a St. I'honn II'S.' dish luncheon followed by when he visits all his friends on for Divorce ha> been filed acalnut. engage in business as herein defined herein defined '
tl under fictitious
Of ALL KINDS von In the above named. Court a name
!came and an exchange of gifts. New Year' Day.CelebratIons and cause and you are required. to without and unless said with the
FOR nn.NT-('l..an attiactlv. rnmlrn KENOVATEDEC Those attending were Miss Dorothy In the land of the rising serve a copy or you answer or fictitious name shall be registered

*Inr Int-ntlon..I.n.ton..nt.. Al.o l three>... ..ronmi his cln aim.- Ross Mra. T W. life rkey, sun sometimes last as long as pleading Plaintiff' to Attorney.nsch the complaint on the II. clerk of the circuit: court of the county where the principal place of business

bath .ttn.B. Rntlr.ly r.>t.oor.t.d V f # Mr*. Mattie Sowell Mm. Fiona two weeks. Even the poorest of the PoiiclH, 60S Lynch hlda- Jacknonvllle. I IS. with registration shall consist affidavit
tl of aforesaid an
filing with the clerk
SAl W 1'o'-"I..n. land refrain from work for at least Florida and file the original
PlnholsUr. Mrll. Howard Walt, and In the office of the Clerk of
fnrnl.l 7t Mrs. Bill BlRham..Sunbcuni. three or four days In order to ceje- cult Court on or before the Seth the Clr.day signed by all interested persons, stating under bath the names of

FoR fT-Two, '::. coinforlnblo a-room, h.. filauartmrnta. F U U NIT U K E nand brat. of. J..nu...)of. I85J nald: Complaint otherwise the will altvvatlone ,' all those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the interest

Nnl .. i.p.M-i h."t..r. .1..1.1.l ret's.'. At midnight New Year's Eve taken .. .. be ,
on a conf HM *fl by
lawn,140-145, At"al" Rruikholaterrd anti Clirlxrman Party you of each and carried
anit the
Inrs-i ,
pori-h. fictitious
i Is
Thla notice shall be published name under which said business
the bells loud
I HI l b'lde". H Ktark*. take ring out clear :
The ;
Sunbeam Band one each week for four !
Refinished\ Christmas '
muSS t.> conpautitlveweek Said
n.iid I 14 on. registration
left nra.V.1 and a carnival atmosphere dominates desiringto
haimv with .I.n l 'at .at.. MrsCarl party was held Wednesday after.noon *. In the Bradford Ceunty Telefrraph. may not be made until the person or persons

Wynn, Urookuld ;\pIs. tf 1L"TISnSI.TI'IIESS: CO. Dec. 19, at the home of Mrs. th* country. ()nteul this Seth d"y December engage in business" under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Box 230 PvJatka, Fla. U
nKNT, partially Bill Bl ham. Carol were played (OF-FICIAf "SEA' !. their intention to register said fictitious for four
APARTMENT FOU ) A. J. Thomaa. name at least once week
...... '
lu.nloh..d. Kra... *"""' *"""* on a record player and the mem- c 1' Clerk of the Circuit Court. (4))
'2J m... A. J.Thonl. By Myrtle T Deaver weeks in some the county
let I1..i>llnt Churoli. bern exchanged gifts. Refreshment ; Deputy Clerk4t newspaper as defined by law In
... J,., Ad\lnl.trllto' tfWBDD1NO Fort TIIM I ntrnoKT-snvDEn J1rl.l.101) .. IJ/2S till here said registration be
KnuruvttJ: ,Mli.aInvita. were served by Mr*. Blghmn i is to be made, and said registration shall not

AND "HDAT CAKES tion I on fine rts.ihntnt, paper, anti Mrs. O. J. Mott. Those attending In rlree.lt WOriCBTO('a,.,.. Bradford APPE Sit C....". accepted by the clerk of the circuit court receiving proof of
-$1 up. OM.r. taken .t pabmer'sSift nnlv $11195 UruJfor.l County, were Mary June and Tatty "lArlriat le Clt...... such except upon
IIto'oH publication.
Phone SS-J. Talearaph. If ( .
Bhopp Blgham. Linda 'mrs Loo"ln., Plaintiff va. Vernon -
Kay Gaile.
and Jack Irvine 1''l'n.lan.' .
IlBNT--WAKKHOt'8K.': : II) S 80. ilI'1RVPf. lAM R'JP'RIOF.1tTOfU' Richard Mott Annette Dukes Case No UU
:xe.lee To .
sic< lihteAaIISbld AppeNr.To
""ru..ted m.l.l. any; Kevularly priced ar U.lt! } priced Jean Endlcott Ann and Andy Vernon Jack. Irvine'
at nntAppl" whoaeATTENTION
to sell at II7 Iii You Cant
nonln EI> Uancl.o M.>t>l. It h-nt thl* nn. Hltuli. his ,*" Cainey, Quinn Thomas, Jerry VVlllls -

William Harrell Gene Edwards _.w .. If you are engaged in business under name

'J'.AOm Sown payment YOUR OLn on a STOVE new o"e.IX: W a.I RADIOS REPAIREDAll Eddy Douglas Marcla any

will a llb.ral. allowance.Sleda Mak.Alt wed.'. Green and Ute Counselors, Mrs. e1k
j m"k.ru" lta fleiiMONNHte rharftee .
I.,lMiltpin:RnMraltfeeil Ii II Bigham and Mr. Mott.

FOB HALB-PrlnM ;M,,>v,1 130 Tea: W. (nil m. si.rke Ph. 2\0: IVnniial Itrnti *7 U.5 other than your own and have not had this name

Polled H...reri. >rd bull.. .WeIght l Holiday guests here Included Mr. If You Have ,
selling to .
1500. >oun< .. Reason for SRVKRAr USKD OA3 R.\o.olF.S: ,
I f.ilmlr
keep from niir..illn.. knee niilv. Iteaminubly prU.... / and Mrs. Ben F. Guest and. daughter. .
rlehl K. )oJ. Wa. ..dln, Valdn.4ip. j/u U.*. Co. : Uc Anna of Paducah. Ky. Mr. PINE:. OH CYPRESS beI
properly advertised will

I'YIlIHIt.At'" !'l1AEiL14 .- Finest. and Mrv L. C. Wood and son. 'i4. TIMBER 10 SELL and registered we
tinted tn sell Crelg. of Lugoff. C. and ,
MAN tMi WOMAX \\ typewriter eraser *\r, made itelr a. Mr.
Hoof I'oaHnn. and J'..lnlH. NatIonally ".rt. In IR -.-...n'', ,, Irh i'vtrlnes i and Mrs. L U Hardee of Jacksonville.
knuwn I'art ..i t full tlmllourt ". r, .. .. Large or .Small Tracts
Roflll Only ') Ou itmiit' (| "10'.1'ever" ----- -- -
i imimlKHloni. I ",npleteequlCIneili I>radr"r Writ. Kay Information as
Ty| >on>" ta 1 fu.nl.h..d.Aru.un A.*. P"ralI I Mr. and Mrs. R. K Dukes and LIGHT'-3 CP This young We nuy All I you necessary

I fin hleii. Flu 8'P 11. I family of Lake Butler were dinner Udy .... t tryiug tu burn the candle

I FOR BALK-Two -burn.r. .n.m.1 (tll SALR-Four room hou.. with guests of Mr and Mrs. T. '\'. at both end*-ane Just want" PAY TOP
rinuii Klnrtnc* h.r....n. h...tr., liable: coil "r'h 3 arree: ot Innd. I Markey Christinas day. to gel the New Year off la a PRICESWrite what should
new. 1vaenahIw.l tf.tr $ .!6 sn'l) lutlnnre IV. you do.
1100(5 Dracllvally I. Box Its, Lawt y. Fli per m... On. bl.vk west of Farm I Mrs. Cecil Cook of Gainesville! toed start. May It atari and O

Mr.. tf O. Miranda. Up era Market. J. K. CawrI.Itp. Visited Mrs. Bulah Harrell and Mr. fla'sh, the same way fer yon.I $ -*

II/U I and Mrs. M. or Call '.: _"\ *:3fafa.; .
FOR riKXT-t bedroom block tioux. O. Harrell during the
.. .'()It n.NT.-t'n'u.nlohd :'k$ %*".i if ,f*
comul.t.lT eurnlahed. | rw 'h : :2-hedrnum holidays.Mr. ;
house with .l..ctrle washer Alo hO''.... wired for .1.... .t<>ve Alifn. I I I !OTICK TO APPEAlS 1.. : :
S-rn<>m ..p"rtm..nt..lI) equip. matlo hot water heater J r>. frrmour and Mrs. J. p. Baxter left Is Clrvnle f..... Bradford teed.7.rlerlriKi ,
IUIIIU.. paid I lieanunabl N. W..t..r $, ftp 5.4' In rfcmieerp. B.T.THOMASLUMBER I
?:: rieorat Coney Inland: Apt : Saturday for a two week visit Dorothy K. MncKensle, Plaintiff, ... BRADFORD COurfljpGRAPH
loth ona Churt-h ttta.' tip FOR UR.VT-Attractive, '".nl.h..1 l lapartment I with her parents, Mr. and Mr J.I, Malcolm Alea.nder MacKenil., ro..-
pomfurtahle and f.n.Unt ,'....- fiv ISS7otle
FOR SIALt:-I7ltt .' ::r.'or (530 In Mrs. $'. H. Luitg., 4 .,........ CO.
1 It acreit 4rm. \ Klnctrloem I i'h. 1TI-J. lip Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton Jr. To M U. >lii. Alexander. MatKenle. *... >y3F .*
> 100 rock well I whose '....1.1'1.'.. l I. little Munda, PHONE 211.J .
wIth I''f'.t: 1 'm.ln'T ,* $100 wAN'rD.dlauI.eit: .I'e'Ii.' '1.-nj of New Orleans La. are spending; l'rlnc Kdward: Inland. Canada. P. O. Box 735 PBONE.19, : ii"
down 130 per mo. for equIty, then *.."'"m houMr. bath' .. '." lIght. the Christmas holidays: here with I YUQ... hereby notified that. ai
SI4 per mo. until! h.1 I paid Ke.> water N<. drlnk.ra 'r .1,..,. Hi i ault for Divorce has be.. filed STARKE FLA.
Mr' "turllnv' $..i>p'a tftura, ph'.ni I t".* u.'. uw' "> F. )1"" H. Mr and Mrs. E.arl Green and Mr aaln>t you In the above named --h-'
.. It I S O. Mlronda.. lip and Mr*. Earnest Edwards.. c ci Dulred. to e.r.e a copy of your an- -
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