Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1952
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: UF00027795:03198
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pi I IA Official County Publication Established In 187$

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Who uouldn'i likeU! III plaSanta < Luis \\ ith such pulchritudinoiishelpers1. s ; example >I. -u:; '"h i ;
tw & I IT. Iy Christmas Parade :' The joli old! bo> strideinto Nturke flanked il to n by the good ot! mil people md pulling! t t.",:ethei for the hospi1; ,

*& Louise Ail Kins, ('lara.tarlin: Ann ( rfs-ler :\nry Hearst and Shirl With: p'MSotul! reg 'i- and i\viy! best wish;, I reui l,1::

"-(hough ained out on his first attempt to visit l II' C+)tlle. The girls Near Kiupsiuks filled with cundj fur the cuil- Sincerely
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Sla>'K' 'last Fnduy. Santa Clans staged a trIumphal dren.

return under fa'oltbltweath'r conditionhere Mon -.

dav .t'!i'iiuun and was greeted by some 1,500 eager I Governor Fullei War. I >< i ,'ntber'I: : ,-'

Hospital Committee Will Meet TodayThe Tallahassee, Florida.
small' : ry along his two-mile line of march.

Heading the procession as it swept down newly- I hear GO'I'I'nor'an'I]

widened Temple Avenue was the crack Bradford High Nominating: Committee ap- the haii: !iM.ti. Sen Chailey FIt i I I sincerely request : h.t"u! a. 'I'I 1 1l my rl'SIg-na1,111 .l' a Tins' ec "I.iI

I School Band (above i resplendent in their scarlet an- p-commendations .hns I Bradford County Hospital I am convinced of the leal need( of ,,ur
pointed to
whit, uniforms. An open meeting will be h.ltl.aftt'r County Hospital and ofts real' opportunity for semi u e ind on\! 101'
i i for members to serve on the Board
Santa and his helpers distributed some 200 pounds which the committee will that reason did! I ever consult-! accepting this position A-hicn would
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tta of candy to clamoring children along the parade route, ; of Trustees of the go into executive session to make I take at least half. of my time ami! rarry no pay at all I! Had! I known

south from the school house along Temple Avenue, I Hospital Corporation will meet its final recommendations to thetovirnot that the Board before it P.'! !1Ir1Ilt'd any official act. would I be jiillomdIP !!

then east along Call St. circling the post office blocl I.at 3:30 p.m. today Friday( ) in the ( All inten-s'ed! j jieionsai the press and made the subject of purely poliiu.il ntro\etsv 1oiild I
courthouse courtroom according nu r- "| i I.J' | 'I.' ,o', >eiiiictl !
and thence north on Walnut back to the school. II ( .\ ne\ei have :accepted, M 1;. appointment'! whirl) I t'j'I. s.'nh .1 ir.11
I an announcementestei dat h:\ my .". 'I'I Iy I
to '
1- nth I! e .1 > "king woman
Since: pictures, especially of a parade, tell the story; ,f -
h fa more graphically than words, the Telegraph has 1 !ho-) i' thi.s hosjui.il! will: he limit! without turth- rontiov.! c !is\ .

11 ha I I P' eii its camera free range to bring you on this pas y John Uglow 94 Was Pioneer Grower, "per, > :iih: Christ II i! < huiti/ lor our suffering tellw men

.hitOI \ of Starke's 1952 Santa Claus Parade spots. I 'fla'! oi i !tt> youout ni ii. e and thank my manfn.f! ns| i i

s eu annually as a project( by the local Chamber oromerce. f ,\Tit -. us of r .t'i,1' and assure you that! I ..vil! M! ui '
John Uglow. Staik.! nest .
: rs.1 i 'i.!is Aral tnterpriae.
Kepr sentlng a snowy village/ scene, the lovely float sponsored by the Starke Jar. resident died Sunday it > nome Yours TmlvFrance.

.fen Club, heads! Into 'all Street followed by a gala procession of youth group on Lafayette Street at hI'1g... of '
COMING EVENTSFriday. .-, \\ Tl.-pe
91. He had been in !i'i i -i.! '"b

for some time.
Dec. 12. S Special at Com-
p.m. : program bof. H os
Mr. Uglow was ;
,I ','. a-. 1 u n Iv eii.ber Jo Vt.i'
mumty Christmas tree by High School Band and Glei Castle, Cornwall, Knglann, .n
': 'I
Club. i January 24 1858 :anti i ,"". Y
3 : '
Sunday.. Hec. 14, 7:30 p.m.-Methodist Youth Choir this country with hij ;i".., o
"I i .' trustee of the Bradfotd (Count'
1 -M.UII i"
T- a I
of 11 T'i. "'
special Christmas program "Christmas Around th j the age year
,, .lie ." .c \\ orld. l went first to La I'M !f ; |

,r. Dec. later moving to Nof! t If', n i : "-.as w '. I I":1: \',. freely of my time, pay mown!
Monday. 15. 7 pmlethodist Men's Fellowship
-a -;; Mich., where Mr. l'g\'" x to 'mission, and serve without pay oi expenses I dul.t'I I
3 supper recreation hall. Rev. Chas. A. Thompson -
young manhood. 'r! ; in any controversy and feel that we should all:
superintendent Methodist Children's Home guest
It is interesting !t", ..al II! '. tal!
i : project.
C speaker. Special music by Youth Choir.
he decided to mine f rawhen '
that this will b built! I
\krt hope hospital promptly: an
Friday. I tec. 19. 7:30: Joint recital
p.m. program. .,,
about 27 years "Id, | 's seof
d vMin Christian Charity for the benefit of all our IIIIt'nnh
American Legion hall by MrPriest's kindergarteiand his health. That : '. on

t must'I pupils ot Miss Louise SteinSa'urdav was well made is sho, I 'n.

f w lIP. :W.( jm: pm He.: n.i! M.--i .-' fact that he remained a. TillknrouV s 3 I Hiking! you. I remain

upu A.M. ai Le-iot: : hall 3 \ ;:: throughout hi-; 'L '.. Yours Truly

';'' until his last Illnes;, ...4in James T Moore
Mr 1'nlow came to St.u.: .. 1n!

I i' ,,her of 18S5 and e.ul- !i.I. i. H
Statement From Senator Johns
"I. o etiunge:: in fannmA'!

tn ,. there were tram lame:: A''11.! : _. ,, I I' !
'ov, s in this section oft TO TilE CITI/CNS ().F HKADrOKD C'Ol'NTV :
W.i' .t L'' u L, nt 1 [he jnoii.,, ej! .-'r tl-
*. I lie was employed as berry ., Tretirr.i >! Koieiis.! I have I taught fill a ioiint\ hospital! heie "!I"] !1101! I

:iieimtendent, i for the Penn- 1 I'M' 1- ti would keep its loots: open for the poor and the sufferm" ;.
Auaillng the signal to start marching are eager groups of Cub Mtolit,. Girl
"i- i ( mange Grove .Co.. atuern year tor the more fortunate 'vho. are able to pay their way. We all knit
Scoui.s, Boa Scouts, and 4-11 Glrl,.
that had extensive I Soon. ,( ,t Ir' i.. .". .-,), S'.nk. I pnfnl stories of SK k people, who were in urgent need of hos;Tit tli.1

Al .- ;.i ml ings in the state in- ,I Mt! (t'glow;: .\.is, m, lined! to'.1ts" ''ion; besiiH held at a hospital door while financial .uianu'enients weie
:: r. .'i,,L1;: .: i 100-acre grove about Louisa
1 4y The Kuhn who preceded him being made I hope and i pi ay that our ho-pital will !tender a ie.ii
'!e north of Starke. ,"
r in death < > \ it s ML'ISurviving : '
St". :/'ering humanit and will be tin', ,
> so run! t'y; pit.on in
,iulusti in this was
I' ': area ,- ,
t' ; : t
'. .;'i .' ii I In w.l t ime thet P.
;ieiMi t blow however by Mrs C F \\ i .. :snke .MI(] I I
: t tteeze I of 1894 which \' -, ;i'1 :.'l'! r: a har| been g1\"II finely to th'i. ; i ,Inn' !111'"-
I MrR L M.I'ov! .i! ": .1 r.-.
i I "e. in this section. 'I)' I 1'0"i "|'., ',;, nd|h d I lot aiintintment to the Boardhate! this putj.o.! ''
S. \ 111Ihr"t' piand'Ji'ldtei!!' !! rid! ;
4,. i disaster.: Mr. Uglowi six: great grandchildren T'id! I It" ot !lle' oitiee: to which you\ elei 1 rill me reijinii ''hat I t-pn

-t'on-rty, .,!. owned by tnr Funeral services were he-] !! >III' .ill oi. th! jieople' and not just a favmed I few

ar f- Company and farm Tiifi'd.n! :'ifternoon at 2:30: o'cloi kill The "big people"' who fear that the county hospital! ; will cost too

the First Presbyterian' Churcti iinii -hould} n !Ill'III1 that money spent on thi health Tit our peopii-

i Yrle DecorationsWill with ReL A Shepherd of fteiatinp '1 alit pa\ I IM Ig dividends/ in mereased productivity( in our o.mty

asy ) Intelment was in (Crosh I haP.O; apologies for my recommendations to the governor foi
J Lake Cemeterv under the clne
.- a ti -' ,-l.x {. > < the hosl!,!I' .tI I li-iaid: of Trustees Each and every person I t H roriimciid'sh.ned -d)
!ruin ot DeVVitt r Jones
Get t Prizes m.' le.ire" i III a hospital of real service. I 11 i<> regret howevei.
: A'ti\e! ra IlbE'arers're K G
that befoie- these people ever took office they wee; bitterly attacked
w cx I ['II'.." 'in :Mulard Judd. Marvin

I, Tlirts < a-h prig tidalings' Hi/-;. I J".. 1f,-f)undid .lark Able. hy some who alwayfought the hospital and by others '., ho wet. tin

,. ; \\'lIlInglIIst'd to cause a hospital controversy
-- 1 :>0 art- being: oft'red in theUutde.ir id; o! \ I Th"i-: :S
( hristmaUecnration It'a!> always my intention that th. Brookfr-New: 1 I'.ivei i.'turn;

I .iiin-st the be represented l on the Board. Many people told me it would be asking
0i I being sponsored by
r4$ : \\ oman's ('lub. Decorations Final Nut Sale ; t too much for any citizen of lirooker or New: River to make the alm v>t

I' :Ir .il.! lhIU'P Ph'f, u, 'h. r '+'g iph IIn properties. :MarKe and im daily trips to Starke that will be necessary during the j". r.'Mof: organ

mediateicinit) \\ ill IH' judged !nation ot the Board an this would hay<.- to be done withou:! ;mv re
i Santa \\a.. all but mobbed by hl'i ht-\f'd '. Volume
joungseras before UI'('. 23. Big
un or
numeration because the Trustees of the Board I'P( eive n o temuneiatmn,
A closeuplew of the Jarden Club float shows infinite detail that went into it'ompu he honed through downtown .,'('tion. True to tra.lition. .- Prize money eta donated biic > I 1Has
l lr but they even have to pay their own flOOO for their c.mniisfiion It
itlon. The \illage scene was complete down to tin figures 11\\1'\fOr. the old boy remained in good hump (' organization and I local
> strolling "
sling I.tr e vl vas for that reason and! that reason, only that a man from there wan
;; : !u.e of th,1
.. -
bnoviertHl stret'ts. n spit of 9 IO( degree heat that must haXe made! hi. motor courts. 11r t price till
*T.: A a.- brought. forth by the not on the original lut. It was always understood that one of the
11'3duthin< mid, JH $:'i; second $15; and third
; a Sill. final, pe'ai' am, lion sale held at tarke members was to resign when the "leg work1'period was over in

the State Farmeis Market here favor of a Brooker-New River appointee I will fig)' {fur a member

y I + r[. Thursday. Dec. 4 In this clean- I of the Board from Brooker-New River Sf" 'ion as you people want it

ip' event 24.554 pounds of nuts now

t 9 I wete sold at an average of 20 1.2per I
I thank th<- many friends who have p.ld' me. This i .t g'd uird
A 1 'i-, pound to bringgrowers
v I L -- .> "f $5.043.3 Charley stand your ground," but you an/II.i and all due friends ..f the

''' ::1 i sal1h :1: here this hospital should do our best to avoid any light whop might hurt this

7827': '''''lf.d! of nuts ?('<"': ..IUSLt.t u.- all pull together for a hospital! ''f r. ul' .-.-ivii.Starke. .-

'.t.I:: ,' Honda SincerehI' ;
Fe r ayera'5.
:,H I" ,',!,'I ; I' J 1..1 I t*, 1952 ('!,!trll'> K: Joh, : -

!IP. .. "h" se,i -

,,",y 1"

1.. .,. b olume] and i.ditor'note Igard to the stat:: .-munt In ')n. : the ''e-t.-r- I
.,' 1
'q last board trusteehave t.t.*-n
this i- topped abothat member.he: hospital of I

r ia, i ... 7 ", .r. Is of nut "pilloried in the pr-- 'he Telegraph maintains that nothing pnn'ed I

/ M ii :. here ai .:. ,tvprage of in thes columns concerning this matter could be (t'onstrued either I
," fonts for a total ofFarm
.rHomelike directly or by inference as criticism of any member <>: the boatel; of
s i' I
Ci !rultee"it' did feel I an obligation to present the case of a majorityof

..,: BureauTo the members of the Nominating Committee who had been ( charge.!

\ with the responsibHit- of helping! to make the trustee re' ommendationsand

-_. Meet Dec. 18T then were denied he opportunity to duwharge this responsibility
Since four members of the nominating committee: had n' other means

is f'S'tiz.A -' Rridforrl County Farm of clarifying their position except through the 'olumn.s of this newspaper i
P'I'-M r> t Tuesday night in the
we felt that in justice: to them A on.plete! d:..,' ussion of th*
fir side scene was depicted in \VoniaiiS Club float, with decorated -.i'-thoue Due to poor attend, I
of the board ot
matter was It. order' We regret that any mi rr.oer
IhrMma.s in e the elertion of officers an!I
tree and well-filled
stockings/ hanging from the mantel. Mrs. K.: L. Matthews The Lioness Club entry featured Santa Claus sliding down the chimney of a little trustees shoum nave interpreted tr.is ,ij.y; u-sio:. ,i ,i personal: I at-
until 1 I
I nre! trs was postponed .
rtB the mother in this I
)Dale Crosby. > ene. chile the children are her daughter. Betsy, and house iaMed ")terry Christmas." Lioness members Dean Sewell and Vivian 1 Ilarley b T e-day Dec. 18. All member;J I tack. This paper does not make a practice of pillorying individuals I

pung! stood at the rear of house and icts ed candy to kiddies as the float rolled along. a: \urged! to attend this rex''t t who have :as ir. this mstar. e done nothing to war' ant su-h Ire it i int ) i jt iI
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EDITOR GRAHAM -.- .. - -- --', -'- ,' -i '---s.-u.--: ---" ,
COUNTY HEILBRONN -- -- --- -' --. -- -.-. -',, -..'-. ,- -- "

TELEGRAPH VIEWPOINT PUBLISHERAdvertising by Mrs Bonnie :McKimiey h>' :Marian Norman BIG 99C SALE !

Rates LAAAAakLAAAAAAAi.u. . u..uu..uu. . .
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Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 \AppIication
Mr. Lester of Brooker and George Mr and Mrs
6 Mo. B. J. Eggers and
$%.75 Year Jl-50
Rivers, made a business tripto family of Jacksonville visited relatives -t SCORES MORE ITEMS ON SALE NOT LISTED HERE!
Mr. and :Mrs: Alford of Staike. The Ancil Normans, Mrs. Jo\c I
were visiting Mr. ana :Mrs.: John Norman, and Mrs. Betty Saunders
In Case Of Fire -- Know Your AddressIn McKinney last week. were shopping in JacksonvilleThursday. : \ "" """...-

view of frequent fire calls during recent cation of the fire they are trying to report. and Mr.children and Mrs.of Micnopy.Frank Hines were :Mr.: and Mrs. Morgan Heath of

weeks, Chief D. W. Carpenter is renew- Valuable minutes are frequently lost be- visiting Mr. and MM. P. O. Ft. Lauderdale are visiting friends
ing his warning against fire hazards in the cause the owner of the endangered home, or Starling Sunday. and relatives here for a few d'i}s. t
home during the winter months especiallyat the neighbor who is trying to turn in the Mrs. Flake Watson of Gainesville The Heilbronn PTA will hold
Christmas time which result in fire alarm, does not know the correct street address spent the weekend here. its regular meeting Thursday 1MM
losses greater than at any other time of the of the house.:" Improper information Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyof Dec. 18. All parent and fri-Mids
often causes unnecessary and costly delay. Palatka spent the weekend: of the school are urged to attend
year.Faulty stoves, furnaces, and boilers account This is Chief Carpenter's sound advice: here visiting his parents Mr. aniMrs. The Heilbronn Baptist Church
for a major portion of all fires during 1. Write down the correct telephone number :: John McKinney will have its annual Christmas, '!I ITCH[{

cold months, while other causes include of your local fire department and placeit Jean Watson leaves Tuesday to program one invited.Sunday, Dec. 21. E\tiv :i: .
overheated or defective chimneys and flues) near the telephone. Or simply rememberto enter the army in Fort Jackson, / //- --- ..A-
hot ashes, and sparks on the roof. Then at call the operator and tell her you want to S. C.Mr. Bill Clemons and children. ; I cot Quantity Rights Reserved .
"1'iitf- I. 'lid I'hiu ,
Christmas time there is the additional hazardof report a fire. and :.It-s. Finest U""'II"I ld-! the weekend with Mi :viil Mrs I' II
inflammable trees and faulty wiring on 2. Give your address or the address of .lacksoinilli' '. and l Mi ,.r.I I Mi- F T Abet nathy.

decorative lighting. the house" where the fire is located dearly A ra.isasa w. __ --. 152 Call Street '
Sometimes, in spite of all precautions, fire and distinctly: when you call. "'- -- -- -- -- "VV' .VV... __

breaks out in the home and that is the time :3. :Make a note of the nearest fire alarm Slarke Florida *
to remain calm and send in the alarm to the box in case you do not have a telt-phuiv KIDS I !f gown Ups, Too) ,

department as quickly as possible: Chief available. ...... ,--- .--...... .
Carpenter says. I It is surprising, he points The minutes you save by theeimpb See Santa Claus at Our Store --- ,.
out, how many people, due to the excitementof procedures may save your home or yoir! Lb Can
the occasion, cannot give the accurate lo- neighbor's. SNOWDRIFT 3 19C2

rTYYTYTTTYYYYYTYYYYTYYYHLAWTEY ister and pastor. to it last week.

\ gram Last of Friday the Lawtey afternoon Junior Coach High In- was Mrs visiting J. W.relatives Anders in of L.i.\-\si,UK. e x) -.\'.1".._ '-_. ...;.4"-.,<. ,. .;,:;..; .. _; ""' .ff..., ,_ _

School took his basket ball boysto on Tuesday of last week ..
l Ii y !? II. 1litcliIAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Starke to play a Junior High The Regular City E.?ct:<'M. Chase & Sanborn Pillsbury PL. or S.R.
Team there. The teams were well held on December 2, to 1 i- ; I
,, matched and the score was close. Mayor, a Marshal. clerk <'id< l ,
Last Sunday was the fiftieth The Lawtey lads won by one point. three councilmen. There \M-t-' \\2\ \ i ir COFFEE fLOUR
anniversary of Dr W. T. Waltersas The score being 30 to 31. The lo- votes east in the election tru
cal boys are working hard to improve most interest seemed to (cent> .
a pastor. The past several
their playing.Dr. around the mayor's rare la\111,
has rx-en in Florida. He has
and Mrs. W. T. Walters are Anders was opposed b\ Chi'l-- I
been pastor of the Law ley Methodist in Ocala this week attending a U. Shuford. The unoffu'i.il out \ LbCan 19C SLbnc JOLbOftC
j Church for three years. He District meeting of the Gainesville gave Mr. Shuford a lead "I 16
was honored on the occasion by District of The Methodist Church. votes over Mr. AndtrIn M.
having several of his children to \\'. P. Kemp spent last weekendin Marshal's) race Chief Thornii i- .,
visit with him and hear him Aburndale visiting relatives. opposed by Dempsey Huh;in-,u n, .J 6
preach. Other visitors from Jacksonville with Thomas winning ba substantial ro .
J. J. Smith is in Baldwin. visiting -
included his personal phy- margin. Following I i- the Hunt's Halves Calif.
relatives this week.
sician, Dr.
Lovejoy. During the vote:
afternoon his many friends, calledat The Dorby family of Jacksonville For Mayor O. J. Andris I IT .t'.d '
the parsonage to congratulate Beach has recently pur- Charles R. Shuford 63. PEACHES E (C 4 No. 22 Cans 99C

him on the long service as a min- chased the Pinner place and moved Thomas For Marshal 81. : Hutchison :>: and \ d r 4

Adr.vUrrmontFrom For Clerk L. II. Fut.' -
) 90. 11111',1'pOSE'd FRI. & SAT. TILL XMAS No. 300 Cans MINOT Brand
where I
.. by Joe MarshThey'll For Council: II. C Kelly 6fi
$ H. E. Priest 76 CRANBERRY Cans
T L. P. Rafuse r>9Mr VIe Are Santa'sGIFT
Do It Kelly is a holdover member .
of th.council while Priest and
Hafuse are new in politics in Law- No. 303 Cans
Every Time tey. Paul Dinkins Sr received
,-- some 30 write in vote for council HEADQUARTERS Cans
You know where Ham)' Jackson way street are the same as those The newly elected officers will R G 0 PEA S 8 99C
Ihes-on that small dead-end who automatically ignore a Wet begin their term in January H'c' Have Something C'xeful for Every
street oil Maple Avenue near the Paint sign and touch their fingeron Luutey Masons: Elect Officer. Member of The Family .
library Well, about a month ago, a freshly painted surface. But At a regular npetingof t hi'Lawtl'Y r Dixie Darling Extra Fancy
the town finally put up a sign: on you can't change human nature. Masons they elected S
the corner there saying: ":\0 People like to find out for them- C. Harley as :Master: for the ensuing TILE I Long Grain; Lb
thoroughfare Dead End." R ICE I E Pkg"EatRite"
selves-and then make their own year. Other officers elected! 3 43C
Yesterday Hammy dropped by decisions. were Cullen A. McSwam S W
to see us. "Can't understand it," That's why I say "Ihe) and let 0. J. Anders, J. W: Ham \Vlk, n
lie says. "Hardly anybody drove live." You can drink jour butter erson: Treasurer and II C Harley STAR SI-ORE -- ail
down our street bl'fore-but, now, milk, but )let me have my glass!' of Secretary.The BEEF
since they put that sign up,there's beer when I choose. And let's not appointed officers Wt''O.T
been more cars than ever turning feel were' obliged to "point theway" I j I H. ::\Ion s. S. D.: W. P. Kemp I S TEA E K Sirloin; ; Lb
around in my driveway: for the other fellow. D.;; James: Crawford S. S : A I' 89C
Pearce J. S.: D. B. Harles! Tsl-r I
From where I sit, these people FREE GIFT WRAPPING
who bother llammy on his one- ; ; 8'C t/.tU} and L. H. Futch ChaplainALL
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FLOWERS ,,, OVER 4,000,000 MEALS

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r can do more than anything else to k I II3 _. -'- MARGARINE I E Lb 19C

v ; 'a 1 impart that spirit of Christmas

% cheer to the home during the holi
4 SUPERBRAND Gr. "A", Shipped

days --See garden-fresh our wonderful at all assortment times.- y and here's why. M E ED" EGG S Dozen 59C

FLOWERS: FOR GIFTS; : Planted )Ii)jo.h Garden from $1 up Hae er 1. PTROFAX Gas is dependable always available J

Tottery 'ut Flowers of all kinds. Corsages .1 Flowering Plants no interruptions due lo storms.

Poinsettias: in Extra Large South American
2. PYROFAX Gas is clean no sooty pots and pans

WREATHS: Heautiful ornamental wreaths made to order for the door no soiled walls and curtains BANANAS S 2 Lb 6' 'C

or window Also CEMETERY WREATHS for holiday remembrance 3. PYROFAX Gas is flexible finger-tip control from a
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FLOWERS FOR THE HOME: Lovely centerpieces to grace the holiday bw simmer to full-rolling boil. ,
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table Cut
flowers to brighten in
every room the house Nothing
4. PYROFAX Gas is fast -full heal immediately-
adds such a note of cheerfulness to the scene as lovely flowers walung ever. N'Western Red or Gold, Del. lJ. S. No. L Gr. "A"FlaORANGES

FLOWEUSHUED .\ANYWHERE (aFT: -' C. PYCOFAX Gas is economical see us today forh.:1 APPLESLfcs L E S

What hl'ttl'r3Y to remember that friend or 'tr+ .., :raf4' : facts or. low cost modern cooking.

loved one in a distant part than by using our + J Lb Mesh Bag *) fC

wire service insuring flowers to arrive there, 1 39C 5

fresh and bright for Christmas Absolutely no
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or bother for you Just phone your order v.--:" Yf '

to _land: \\e will do the rest -
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RUSO Sliced, Sweetened, FrozenSTRAWBERRIES

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Cynthia Owner Schmitt TREE DELIVERY 402 Nona St. Starke & Appliance Company

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I I Mrs. G. Adkin-i: were brief illness A former resident ot
fYTTVYYYYYYYTTYYYYTYYYYYl'HAMPTON day guests of Mr. and Mrs Top- pened to be coming from fheressa Mr. and J.
sy Brown. and saw the wreck in Jacksonville Tuesday of last Earlton Beach he was a native,of h,
Mrs.Vylie Williamson spent Ed Tillman was badly shaken week to consult an eye specialistfor Norway and was a retired structural >

1 I Thursday of last week with her and it is said that a passenger'with '' Mr. Adkins. steel operator. i "DON'T FORGET {
mother, Mrs. J. D. McCu'.loch. him had a head injury. Mr. and Mrs. John Knight! and Mr. Olsen was a member of the r' iTO
by :\Ir;. \Vm. \V. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. L. Williamson Rev. Brookins called at the son, Ronnie, and Mr. and Mrs Lutheran Church theIa-onc! >

of Theressa, were Saturday guestsof Packham home in Theressa Monday Joe Forsyth attended church at lodge, and Sons of Norway in :
Williamson's evening.Cpl. :. I' Pine Level Sunday and were Elizabeth, N J.. and the Iron and REMEMBER"%
the Wylie i I
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bios
Mr. Garfield Johns narrowly Frank Nazworth of the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Steel Workers Union in Perth \
Lake Mr. and Mrs B.
Butler and 1 escaped death Tuesday night, of Army Air Corps, received his Ernie Southerland at Lake But- i,, Amboy. N. J. He is survived 1 by n
F. Grimes and son of near of Hampton their- last week when he and E 1 Till- Honorable Discharge Monday and ler. j I his widow Mrs. Ragnhild \\'ld.'I'GOlsen \ : Santa 1

were Sunday guests man (colored) had a head on has returned to his home here. Mrs. O. L. Morris of Macclenny : ; one brother, Ainer J. Olsen .
sister Mrs. A. D. Dyal and family. of and two sisters : i% Y 15 Q
collision a short ways from the }Ir. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and Mr. and Mrs Geo. Culbreath Norway 1
Mr. and Mrs. Chart! Gaston Adkins Filling Station on the and children Norma Jean, and Ar- of Jacksonville were Sunday' Funeral services were held Monday t Xt* 'f\ I \\

and children of Pa atka, spent 1: Chastain road. The Impact completely '''del, were in Tampa Saturday and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. afternoon at 2 o'clock in the *. : : I SKHII (on)l It: \V\\\ \\ IM.AN: :
Thursday night and Friday, with' 1947 Mrs. M. B. Layfield who Adkins. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel. Starke.
John's Sunday.
turned Mr. : \\ .K: .sTOfhSKK) : I OMIM.i: II I i
Mrs. Gaston's mother, Mrs. Eva Chevrolet around demolishing it had spent the last five weeks in Mrs A. W. McLean and daughter with Dr. Roll pastor of the Community = \ 4

Nazworth and children. 1 completely, Mr. Johns had head, Tampa, Largo and Clearwater Mrs. H. Warner, spent the Church of Keystone \ Do Your ChristmasShopping i
I Mrs. Ida Parrish and, daughter returned home with them Sunday weekend in Clermont. Heights officiating. = 4
he was
chest, and knee injuries .
Veda, of Earleton, and Charles 1 night. < Mrs Betty May, Miss Martha The body was taken to the Sea- 1 i \ Early! :
Snowden of Waldo, and Mrs. i taken to the office of Dr. Adamsby X. Home and Miss Thomas : 1
1 Herman Demon of Arcade Josephine shole Funeral Parlors in Jacksonville : e
Thcmas of Gainesville, were Sun- Carlton Chastain who l:ap- Y. arrived Thursday morning to attended the Concert in G.nnes- Tuesday morning for crema- GAMES 4.98
'pend the winter with his daughter ville Monday night. 1 I tion. to

Mrs. John Parker and hus S. Sgt. Lee White of the Air New Park Director j t $ ? \ -- --- 4
i I i, Force stationed in California' arrived : MMNN 4
Harry former superintendent t
2Pc. PLASTIC band.Mrs.. Linnie Brown was takenill home at noon Monday to of the Florida Caverns r 4 4

l1s while at work at the Farm spend an indefinite furlough With State Park near Marianna, has BICYCLES 42.95to84.95 4 4
t Colony and was brought home his wife and children. 4
c; 4 1 I been' transferred here to be supE'rintendent -
Living Room Suit Monday morning.Mr. :'oIrs.lae Brannen and daughter # 4
; 2 of Gold Head Branch \ 4
Marie and MIir-98ctofL95 4
and lira Calvin Richard granddaughterJanie State Park. : 4
attended the Florida and Kentucky of Jacksonville spent Sunday 4
Gold Heart of th&most It\ \ -- -
one popular u -- -
football Saturday. with Mrs. Louise Manier and at- 4
Special179.95YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY game in the state 4
/ parks system
f ) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meade of tended church here. 4
had an annual attendance of 59.- j EiectorSeJsJJ5joiZ95 4
Jacksonville called on !Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- 4lleuinninu
356 and receipts of $14.83332during
Mrs. George Saxon Sunday p. m. worth and children of Gainesvillewere
TTTTTTTTTTTT Mrs. John Blackman is able to Sunday guests of her mother the. fiscal year.ending last Cash 4
June 30.Adding 3.00
See The Original Beautiful China Base be about after having the "Flu". Mrs. Wallace Collins and hus- j 4 4

DEEP FREEZE Janie Rhoden of Gainesville -7 4
I Rayon Shade railed on. her parents Mr. and band.Mr.. and :Mrs. C. A. Cox and -- : Dec I 12:! Our Store \\ ill lie Open! SKMUU 4 4

HoineFreezer Mrs. John Blackman Sunday.Mr. brother William Philips of Jack- :Machines and 1'ortabi : Til--: p.m. For The I'omenienc't1 of t 4 4

Table Lamps James Cooper submitted tan sonville spent Monday with their Late shopper j Tinker k Toy S Set t 2 25 4
5 Cubic Foot eye operation on Monday Dr. brother Charles Philips at (' .ihoochic. f)pen rUt'rs sliM] on time.-15rul- :. : 4 4
Love of Gainesville was the sur 'ord Count Telegraph : PISTOLS and 4
(Cabinet Type) 4

/1 0 I geon.D.. M. Heath of Ft. Lauderdale ,, fined Mrs.to Joe her Forsythe homo the\\'.i"n first;; of. : HOLSTERS 98c to 7.98J PUZZLES r r r r r r 98c 4 4
$199 n
Special i y I3ow TOY
IliiSforCHILD'S 4
and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sappof the week with pleunsx] : ii.K: ('TKK' .- 4
Starke were Friday supper 4
() of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton nnYTYTTTnYTTTTTTT..r.Keystone COUGH : : "\
HCA And guests
(>> 6 95 Chastain.Mrs. TRAINS 15.95to23.50fllTS;
}' J. W. Horne entertained: Height i Tor coughs and acute bronchitis due to | ,
Thursday evening with a Stanley colds you; can now get (reomul'umspcciallyprcparedforlhildrenin I MOTOROLA *, ,

party. Sixteen friends from Stark" by :\11'''. Sara McDonald: pink and blue package and !be rule an\ :>.vv j I I[ {
RADIOS 19.95 59.95! LINCOLN
and Hampton attended.Mr. to LOGS 1.98
TABLE MODEL A..u.uAAeu.u. ((1)I ) Your child will like it. I i -
\ and Mrs Daniel Ra'ey' and (2)) It contains only sate, pro\cn !

21.50 Cedar Chest children of Theressa were Satur- The Woman's Club will holt! a ingredients. TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYr* j
to 49.50J ((3) It contains no narcotics to disturb
and bazaar
day afternoon guests of Mr. and dinner in the lub
processes. OF THE FAMILY 3
Mrs. W.V. Hammond.Mrs. on Friday. Dec. 12, beginning (4)) It will aid nature to soothe anJ
49.95 Jessie Chastain and Mrs. 'I at 12 o'clock noon. A snack heal raw tender, inflamed throat and 4
NESCO Wm. Hammond accompanied the bar will serve lunch, hot *'oup bronchial membranes, thus relieving 4
Oil CirculatingHEATER: I, the cough and and fARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY 4
Hampton 4-H girls to Starke coffee, sandwiches, pie and cake promoting rest i 4
I sleep. Ask for Creomulsion for Children -
Seven Way : Monday where they joined other and at six p. m. dinner will be in the pink and blue package.CREOMUCSION. E 4 4
Plastic Shade 4-H Clubs of the County and: sen'ed.Irs.. E. H. Cooper is gen!. 4
] marched in the Santa Clair.: Pa- : eral chairman; Mrs. S. E Kennedy 111 West fall Street(

Floor i will have charge of the din- FOR CHILDREN
109.95 Lamps rade.Miss ct 'i;
Jean Parker of Gaines- I nerIrs.; J. A. Williams of tin relieves Coughs, Chest Colds Acute Bronchitis
ville spent Friday night and ] snack bar; Mrs. Stein of the pi nr!!

55000: BTU 1 0' 95 Saturday at her home here She :,booth; Mra Eula Walker of :infancy !1t & I _
Free Installation was accompanied to Gainesvilleby work counter; Mrs s :a' ,
her sister Doris to attend the 'of the grab bag; and MiH 1.1

HOLLYWOOD Fall Frolics.Mr. Morgan of the fish pond
WESTINGIIOUSE and Mrs W. F. Tucker and.i The Club will sponsor a pi'1' .>, Save Dollars Save Time !
I BedComplete
1 son Oscar of Wellborn, trite I show on Christmas night .it: 'I' .
ELECTRIC Mrs. Tucker's mother, Mrs. J. D. Drive-In. The picture \\-il:i! II.

McCulloch, Saturday night and 1 Dickens "Christmas Carol".1'. \,
HEADBOARDMATTRESS Sunday. ': ing Gene and Cathaleen Lot kh:<11
Save Bus Fare! Save !
: t RANGE Howard M. Hill returned Wednesday ]., Tickets club member.may be obtained from im' Carrying
SPRINGS t from Paniona Park wheic .
he has been spending a week. i A Christmas play will be pie. I

$119 $210 air and Mrs. Jesse Ximmo ol p f sented by the Catholic children! o:
Jacksonville spent Sun 1ay'itl1 i j Keystone Heights at 3:30: p ir
sister, Mrs Vernon Slade,. Wednesday DE'<'. 17, in the! Won'
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and family. an's Club. Everyone is welronn ,
DRIGGERSFURNITURECO. Mrs. Jessie Chastain and Mrs Kenneth: M. Aitken of Char'\I. ..
Wm. Hammond called at thE; Ohio spent the weekend wi'h V

Packam home in Theressa Monday -. mother Mrs. Doying. _
evening. Mrs. Melton, a resirlf'nt1< .
Frank Nazworth spent the firsl t' rose, and well known to v '"-1 11
of the week with his sister, Mr' people in Keystone, suffeie.l, l lf OPEN LATE UNlr'JlL XMAS

Charles] ; Gaston and family ol f heart attack last Sunday ." i ,
Palatka. in a hospital now v'ry1" : '
Mr and Mrs. Wilson Beden- iH-

I, 'iiyh. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bertri'iauRh Mrs. Jessie Ingram, one .,' ,
'' and sistt'rfiss Ruby; first residents of K< ., -' '.' WE-E K END SPECIALS !!T!

r Hi-ilonbaugh. were in JacksonvilleS'MiiI.iy. Heights, is visiting h 're ,\i':'
w n ': absence of several years; s11 ,

Mr and: Mrs. Jesse Nimms of staying with Mrs. Law i, i .
:Miami and Fernandina were recent Lake Geneva.'
guests of Mrs. W. P. Bitt Mr. and Mrs. W. W.Th ;jt" : C
and; family.Mr. are spending their vacation '
39c VALUEs ,\
and Mrs. Bert Finch and White Feather Court. Mi <1' ; "
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of man is connected with the >!'il'...,' "
Cw I Gainesville spent the weekend pigments plant in Baltimon' M 1 'land Neikia<<:es LIMIT .. ..
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with their parents, the W. N was one time stationed! \r .. I'lusFed. Tax :
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Jackson. Trail Ridge mine.Ixmis ------ ------------------- ------------------- ------------- - - -

Wm. Phillips of Jacksonville OKen Kites
I; was weekend guest of his ;MS-l Lows Olsen, 71. a ret ...-.<'!' : ALL POINT COLORS i .. -

tt-r. :Mi'': C .\ (""\ in.l II'-ha: :. a ay .. :Mm, "' ,H.M.:t \ v.1 i It !:'II"( ,':' died Weinesl.i\( : 1 I'''i.. \ 49c VALUE
and fin '''h!' .1,, ;,1111"-\ ,lli Sunii:i < ; t iin: --\'illc ho.-ui' i: t
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'%p\ Motorists stop at t- e. i JERSEY PANTIES 29C DRESSY BLOUSES 83C

our station withCONFIDENCE r .t .t-
ti A r te HOLIDAY SKIRTS 2.99

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not only in the dependable STANDARD OIL / ... -- >-.-
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products they \\ill receive-but with confidence I!

I that our thorough service will keep 1 Childretis Wear Infants Gifts

their cars running better longer!


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Don't ride on worn tires. danger- FLANNEL SHIRTS 79C

L. B. (RED) ALVAREZ ous accidents.We. are. an. tire invitation specialists.to ski T our outs busi-and I 4 SWEATERS _ 79C FLANNELETTES 39C '-

ness if you need tires, a laY! BONNETS - 89r.DIAPERS V2 DOZ. 1.29

SERVICE STATION or phone us. We will be c' .'\ things ( -rover -.

no obligation, c ,
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Phone 60 Temple & Call Sts. 600 Temple Ave. i I'i i 1)9) Starke. Fla. ;_ _=."_ __- _': P_ u .' '. ___. _. .' .-=..- :.:-=-- -i.; ;-.=.



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Uixon-Massey Business Circle Eastern Star I \ViIhaKit. ----

'I Met Monday i, Elissd Stefanelli ':' 'h d

\ Starke Chapter No 224 OrJ 1 Has Birthday Party 1S5.!. ., ..__ H _h ,
of Eastern Star, will .
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Th. busrifs-
; women's circle of I ,.
the Bap ;.st church met Monday regular meeting Mcnuav evening Henry Stefanelh r [I'

r night !in Educational building. Dec. 15 at 8 o'clock. DUrng: t1!:t : it a delightful pas :, ._'
r.I M 1111.1 I i I in 1JI'I'i0In
social hour
ff 'v.j s announced that the cir a Christmas pn'\: evening for v:,'t 1 d! a'4' :-. /, < ir<'mi i ..in i I iii?i din i il <
a 'U '.1:11: fur mh refreshments and will be erjoyed. All att :, 1.1 i : ::: .. w .lebMt.ns;; tier I lurid. : In i li.ui p I

Gladys Mooty I serat the YWA meetings.M' are asked to bring a)1-o. '. .s r '" ",\ sary I ..I.I ... 1.1' \1 I'1 1N
Phone 35 Ladies will t'. .
6 F F Miles, program chairman bring a gift; l. : ,v t M d :

W' II -I .. .y presented Mrs E. D. Tenly for a lady and' menili !V> ." ': ;I., !p I 0"1 .'11,, i. To 1pparn' "
gifts suitable for men. :M
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who gave an interesting I .1'\ fed tel]
District Meeting Beta Sigma Phi \Vher-p Jesus Walked". Miss I spark, .1' '

Jun. Patel! PTA Notice :::11 i 'h i r
Of UDC Held HereThe Christmas Party sang "Silent Xight" you i \
accompanied by Mrs. Thelma .: t ? Rt'l. ,., ,

W. T. Weeks chapter: i The Christmas motif was car Dmkm.s Mrs Wesley Andrews Special Christmas music will be t, led .n:;ts '\\ ': I' '. "

U.D.C. was hostess to District Two ried out in the Ned Yancey home gave a report on Week of Prayer featured at the PTA meeting to ; bl ,, I t' \, : : "' .,.' "1 I ILek I

Wed Tht Lot!I' Moon offering was 'be held in the BH9 cafeteria : : : ;:,Ia\' ::. ," ,
the 20 .
of the Florida Division on I Monday evening when i I I,
I Tuesday night. Dec. 16. During .. \s'ltmgIrs.. Stei" "I-
nesday Dec. 3, at the Woman's members of the Beta Sigma Phi $56.30. I ( ," ,
sorority enjoyed their annual ,r 1 Hostt"ssrfor the evening were I, the meeting a play hour will be sen-ing and caring for ;'.I Ji t f' I II.
Club.Mrs. held in the high school libraryfor s guests Mrs. Sh.i::, I. ..r. ,t
were Peggy i
!. M. C. Moore. District Christmas party. Also present at Mrs! A. H Johns, Mrs R. F. i 11.1\
children, ages 5-12. Mothersare ,11,1! Mrs Josephine Cumber, .
Director presided over the meet- the party was the sponsor. Mrs Young. Mrs Pearl Schropshiraand t I 1\" '" : I. "
invited to attend the PTA .:11',1 i \\ 1
!I' 11p.
ing which was opened with prayer i I1v.I B. Sewell and director, Mrs Mis. H. C. Broadway. I i .! t y,'HT'I
by Rev. Thomas Mitchell. The H. C. Ritch. Mr and Mrs. W R Dixon of meeting and leave their childrenat M TH'.: OF TFTIOTO oJ tt't|1.1'f ,' I'i 'if \
I the library to enjoy the play Mr. and MrBavo.n _... it i-u.: I"TKR Firm-tots > \ 'II' I ?nee each "','iU .r four
flag salutes were led bv Mrs.: Lawtey formerly of Holewille William.of .. ,
The Yancey home was attrac- WSCS Circle Notice N !' hrrrtiv It.". n '\.r"i Its vet'k" 1 nil 'I': tdf i
hour. Immokalee, formerly of Stark", ., I T. 1.'
L. A. Davis after which theUD.C. Ala., announce the engagementand rind '.L:1! .1 unrl..r H.,1'\ craphI
tively decorated throughout with ,, I II' I' '. .I thOKriCIAI. ,
announce the ( Oi.ipiir! 'n.I.1 T. iw ?f F'I : -
of thei, I II
Ritual led Mrs. approaching marriage of marriage : ..,.. .
was by
and Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS I \ t I-! }I' u ill' l1vl, !, w 'h[ | ,
Moore.A poinsetties greenery their daughter Sue Eloise, to Edward will meet Dec Mrs. W. T. Jackson and sons daughter, Carolyn to Or'ilIt''IHI,e .. -I... c"i. ,,nt 1 t r ir i' ,ii j !SIMM X '
Thursday evening
tipped with silver. The refresh- I visited Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon. of Immoklee. The ',,- 1'.I'f: I ,'"MIl'X! S'!.ITt "..f I": Clerk <> ., Tir!
welcome address was given ment table overlaid Lee Massey, son of Rev. and IS. at 7:30: o'clock at the home of I weddingv't:S't: '11.1| of |1.! ....f pf l.'ll.' 1 1't i 1' tr1.tn 1. p.
was with a Mrs. A. E. Massey: also of Lawtey. Sr. and Mr and Mr Fred Leon- an event of October 2o: m L.- : .. in.tii... tin. fit'I ', .,_ I .
by Mrs E. K. : Mrs G. S. Newcomb. Mrs. Carl
presidentof .
Perryman, .
red cloth and held a fruit cake hard In Keystone Heights on Sunday Belle. Mr. and Mrs. White '",u" 'f !1.1: \1 i :M .t.I I111,1.. r \\ it ',
the local chapter, and response 'I I which was centered with a burning i The wedding will take place on Hunter will b"- cohn te-s. an \t.. .it- :'J..IKtl, in I.,.-iiu .i- | >nTIC"' III ( PIMl(
''n ...,
residing in Immokalee. t.\ Kl.i I ir.-uil I .mrl llridfoul I'
was given by Mrs. H. i: red candle. At each end of December 24 at 7:30: p.m. in I'. i 11! an.! Fi.uii" \tl I t i. I li'rnln, :. ,In I h.in <'n ,

Grady Mathews immediate past'. the table was a miniature snow- ;i Faith Baptist Church Lawtey. I"I\\I"r!1.1 -I Fl 1',:i-. \:\1\ \ \ 'i i1 ,"'
president of the Florida Division. Birthday Party \ !I' I"' : 1 1. ,,,,
All friends and relatives of th ,
The following Division officers man.Mrs. .1 I' .I \i-ili To \i""'.'''
,' Sewell presented the pro- couple are invited. I&cctJ)4JLt&T. For Terry JonesTerry I : qI II M' >, ,
were introduced: Mrs. Murray F. .1
gram. "Why We Have Christmas", I S! \
Wittichen of Coral Gables pres- \o1'il'i; Tit1'1'1' \H
.Jones was honored at
and Miss June Patel "White
sang i In Circuit 1'i-urt. ItriKlfiinl 4 tiuiiti,, ,
ident; Mrs. Fleetwood Howard, i on1en ,
Christmas" followed by group party on his sixth birthday Fri t Florida: IB rhnncrry. .
first vice president; Mrs. Y. W. day. Nov 2S. from 2:30 to I "II \ i"r.. her 1 I""h.r % < \\ \.".
singing of Christmas carols At : Have Xmas Party As usual this time of year, th. A. F i Sauls and little John ", ", .1.I'u I .1t I i'', IM"' ,
Kirkland third vice president: o'clock at the home of his 'I '
the conclusion of the > :\
and Mrs. Love Bryan registrar: I program Christ:Las ad> are crowding! u.s :ur Gary S<'hneiderho( will be one \..fI... ..... ,?..<,,r. < I. "'
Santa made his Circles 1 and 2 of the Pre by- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones I' \ ,j
i, Claus appearanceand -pace, so will have to keep this year old! T".J.: ,, i 1't t '
Mrs. O.
II. Vance, Coral Gables, .1'
: under tE.'rian"om'n of the Church held r. it- II" ,II"J ;|.101'| | K iv I | ,
secretary; Mrs. L. F. Blankner distributed gifts from column brief and to the point fora See Ruth Morse back at the Red Games were played tlul'lngth4 .. \\ M' I ",,Uh n \. .> s t.,.t n, I,
| the gaily decorated tree. A gift their annual Christmas party and couple of weeks Must take Cross office pinchitting for afternoon by the :21 little pue.stpresent :S y. ,ir Ii. ... 'i\. 1Ii..1, .I -1 "I. .
Orlando treasurer Mrs. J. I.. .
; '1 "J'1 f '' I I'' \ I I' I 1..1' 1 1" t I I .
each from evening -
to member combined
meeting Tuesday
was given time, though to tell you about Hall until after Christ- : t6d
and prizes; .1'anl"1to I ,
Margaret acre t
Medlin, parliamentarian Mrs. 'ern- \ 'I i 'n tin'' ;il"i \ i n I.,' ,
; her Secret Sister. at the F. F. Stump home on the interesting news concerning '. Mamie Anderson is 'nut, ;-'I I 1 ,1'1-i and) 1..'v I' "
L. A. Davis, past president and I street. mas the winners. During lettvdh- I'lin-d to ''?r\f. .1 ..ji\ / ..V
I I Delightful refreshments were N. Walnut Martha Wood and Houston taking over the nursing duties of \\r 1,1- ni., i.iins* tiv fM, l\ I '
treasurer Mrs. cumpl.ilntm ,
. past general; ments of birthday cake and it. < III ll L II
served buffet style by the hostesses I McClane of Atlanta Doctors ll,. 1'1": .in'f'- .\t'". n'1 ,
F. The Christmas theme was carried (Huseyi I Nettie1 Mae Morgan at .1 L\' \
and Lee
Lennon Mrs. "
George 1'I 1 K I.nl"" | -M, ', <0.1 U.
Harrell. honorary presidents. I' Betty Deas. Sara Gray and out in the decorations on who've been keepin' comp'ny for Clinic for several weeks cieam a dime Was: found in th
Chapter reports were given by Martha Yancey I the lower floor with burning red quite some time now Hear See Cleone Hazen and Lila Caldwell cake bPianr Hatih \\ ho ui' "I i ".i. i".!\ ," f. M\ .'o I'! .,,\, .\ :. r

the seven Jacksonville chapters I candles placed at points of in- the ceremony will take place some working at Leila's throughthe awarded a spy, lal pile. I 'I .'I. I c' ,'. ,'

the Macclenny and W. T. Weeks BP\V Notice I terest. The refreshment table time this month! holidays and Florence Flynnwas Assisting Mia Joie, ',\ is! M--!: .'. 'n' t-I', .". .1.I .t J \,.' \t :' I I"
chapters. I 1 further carried out the Christmas There were certainly lots of filling in at Nasworthy'sWhile Patricia Humphiic- and; MisSht :.. 1'1 ., 'I '", 1",11'-h.ft, "
Highlight of the program was Members of the B P. W. will i: motif with an attractive center disappointed kiddies last Friday Liz was on the flu list the >IbHatih I 'I t'r- ,I'. "If r.01 r" "" ". v.r''!1'''.lie I" 1'I.: I I. < ; "-;|>\ I

the address of Mrs. Murray F. ; meet at the home of Mrs. Thelma piece drawn by miniature reindeer. when Santa got rained out on his first of the week Surely hate
t i ee en e' -..... .-.... -.... --- ---- -.. -..
Wittichen who gave a report of Dinkins Monday evening Dec. 15, Christmas carols were sung by first attempted landing in Starke, to hear that Pete and Alice Stub- \* > wq

the general convention recently for their annual Christmas party. the group with Mrs. E. M Davisat but the old boy redeemed himself bins are planning to move to Tallahassee -

held in Biloxi Miss She urgedall '! Hostesses for the evening will the piano. After gifts were Monday: with a grand and glorious the first of the year {) \1

chapters to complete their I be Mrs. Maggie Miller, Miss 1!I I exchanged, refreshments were parade The weather man Alex and Lila Yawn will oedip\ \ A ,

quotas on the General Headquarters j Madge fiddlt'tolIrs.. Shirley 'i served bv the hostess. cooperated splendidly this time the Stubbins house after then .le- ...\o: { : f, ,!fl .1. t a

building to be erected in I i I Pollet and Mrs Elizabeth Noegel.In : but Santa was probably a little parture eJ..

Richmond. Va. as a memorial to charge of entertainment will Remer-Cooley warm in his North Pole suit what Leon Carter of Highland is t taking ,\ .s
the women of the Confederacy.At I be Mrs. Kate Sheppard and Miss with the sun beaming down and James Peeler's place at Stark '

12:30 o'clock a delicious ,, Delia Rosenberg. Members are I Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Remer the temperature hovering in the Builders, James having moved to

luncheon was served in the reminded to each bring a gift. of Merchantrille, X. J. announcethe 90's He was a game guy JaxVille Doris Begue has ie- GIFT

Methodist Recreation building by I engagement of their daughter however and did his best not tc turned from the Gainesville hospital SUGGESTIONS J

the Methodist ladies. I Legion AuxiliaryTne Dorothy to Charles Emery Cooley miss a single expectant small fry where she's been for several

Fifty-five women from Jacksonville U. S. Air Force son of Mr. as he passed out candy, along the weeks, following an auto accident

and two from Macclennywere I American L'gionuxiIiar) and Mrs. Walter F. Cooley of route l!: The Begue's are now resnl'ntr FOR HER FOR HIM |

among those attending the will meet next Tuesday evening Staike.Mis' The floats were more beautiful in Nollman Courts and the in u _

meeting. I at 8 o'clock at the Legion Hall Remer is a senior in Keuka than ever this year, and Mrs.I managers at Temple :Motel: ate

-- Members asked to of musing, at Dixon would certainly get an'' Wilma Kronenber
are bring an College department Bill and *
Mrs. E E Canova returned *
orchid (if I could afford to buy hack
article of food for he Christmas! Keuka Park N Y Mi Coolly i is Mini Gardner is also
home last week from Alachua
basket They will! .Uso e\rhang dI! pr" sen' station" I 'A''I' i tilt .\'rFor.'e one) for conceiving (and doing from the hospital and at work
General hospital where she had gifts. al'rtando most of the work) on the Garden her serious auto a.. J
been confined for two weeks. Club which again after >9> MA1'IIIN(
entry represented a cjdent CosmeticSets 9
complete little snowbound village j Hear that Della Rosenberg attended

:ii---j ale Of course, she was ably as- the Southern Dusin('<;- a TIE AND >>

'I I ted by Boots Peyton and others. Education Assn. meeting in Atlanta l

,rid l I can only imagine how 12
comprising Southernt I SOCK
., hours these ladies innil t
my put states She represented Fl 1"->
this intricate layout The member of the
rida and is also a i,
oman's Club float was also'ikingly Board of Directors Interesto t ,'. By SETS

': beautiful representing Mrs .;
that Lois Thede t
to know .'
i living room scene; on Christmas Richard i has been pledged Kappa: 19 LENTHERICYARDLEY 1 \\

Eve": When I peeped in those educat.i.nfraternity : \; t": -" if
Phi honorary
Delta "Thi- Iscful (;Jiff
1 shoring dilligently on this pro. J I 7 I ..

i 1..t were Carleen Landnim. Mrs. Well seems to be all for 110I'xl'ept >\\ t MILITARYBrush .
f Hirl; Mathews, and Mary Lawson ,
not to for-
to remind
Probably were others also Phi annual J I
get the Beta Sigma 1 & Comb
I ean Sewell and Vivian Harley
p-t most of the credit for the Christmas dance scheduled Club for MAX FACTOR l\
Dec. 20 at the Pelican I SETS
ute little miniature house with 1 q
funds will go toward more plav
Santa stuck in the chimney ground equipment, the club's pet ,J TUSSEY I ; -i?

of the Lioness Club .
entry ,
proiet So long See you\
And Jessie Young' class at BUS in the next \\ EVENING IN PARIS I

gave a clever impersonation of .Iol'nr' tf Shaving Sets
Santa, his sled, and reindeer I
The class made the papier mac'he -r' __ -- G Ryi ()
i: masks and also the sled amideserve -- -- / 1 1.00 to 15.00'I i OLD SPICK: "t

IL _% % ? 1frM much credit for their en D RMSTA' MAX I FACTOR) 9
\ = TT :
the lineup
D try Also notable in j I r
was: Beta Sigma Phi's mt K FLA 1
h' Ql I 1.00 to 5.00SC'IIICK
all 2
little miniature car wrapped -- ----- -

up like a gift package, complete : Tri., Sat. Dec. I 12.:! 1 ISDOniLE : ft ;'V'll.ftt 1

with hugh bow FEATl'KE GIFTSQ I Q

b r' Marian Howe, C of C secretan ) ( (J

deserves much credit for en"ni"- The San Francisco G I Electric Shaver 24.50 G
.\lu.i\s a I ,I\ Itri1!(- \\ifh the I.adii'soun ; : -
ering this annual event but she Story REMINGTON: if

[ MISS AMERICA SENATOR AIllewels is too busy thanking other peopleto (\ '' it nr Old / Electric Shaver 27. S d iSIIAKITKR \
take any bows herself \\ th .Ini-1 Mdp-a' and 'i vmiiiiIr {I I -
er 171ewels J
r\t ,. expansion broceleF s 'i expansion bond Ij She is especially grateful to ( (urln t\ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt 1 Sl'NHEAM: 1 (\

Cohen's of Jacksonville for lend- 26 COAMITY
Electric Shaver
.\\B: iJ I if
the handsome $75 costume
G .:.. :
that Santa wore to debonairly and (IrE \
BIG GUSHER iJ ; y.. Bill Folds 1.50 10.00
-'ttltt .o to our own Big Dad Manufacturing &tJ tt? I to if

DIAMOND r Co for donating the red q q ff *,.. I HUt I ( RONSON G
\\ ith \\ .1.\ .( s and T'rut'hI
tltt .r ., 1 r RING flannel shirts and slacks worn by {\ 6.00 ISnodEW
J DIAMOND osurAl \ I Lighters to
fe,0. t! > RING Santa's six beautiful helpers .
and luck to ",ii ('urtoon and ('hap. !4 l serial 1I
I It's farewell good
SI Lovely -
50.00() >
1 .
Curtis Roberts who recently enlisted _
Sun., :Mon., Tues. f tiI
in the Navy and left Tues-
Dec.) 11. 15 1 IfiDOriJLE ) ; ,, Dresser Pen and Pencil
day for boot camp at San Diego, I <, ;

Calif. Hear that Dot Ree<:e FEATl'KE r'Z2 1-1 '"" 'Y. SETS I .. : -- 9

f was thrilled no end Sunday to ; t Set f "i"n-':_..:. '_ '_
Ire 1 s Ma and Pa Kettle %
r f DOILY MADISON PRESIDENT I I f 3.50 to 30.00
s 11 = JiCUFF receive a cablegram from Sgt -- e
t 21 (twc.'texponuon 21 jewels I -- At The FairWith
1 1xJ
X bracelet a Reese who's currently stationedon
y, txponiion band UNKS gL '
$5750 g $4950 :. Iwo Jima Sorry to readin Marjorie Main and PercyKilhride 1 ;
.. ,..)0 2.50 to 24.95 ALL GIFTSWRAPPED
/ a daily paper about the deathof {\ t

Maj. HenryV.. House. Jr.. who
-- CIGAUIII; lived AN BSOUTH iJ ,U. . ..U .U_ . ..U. . ..U, .
was killed in Korea He I
LlGt1lci,25 '. FREE
here for two years during World OF
i War II. Sonja Anderson (Mrs SANTE FE Christmas Lights &; Decorations Christmas Srals and wrap ,
ttllttls' +ti' r.. d John) underwent an appendectomy
Thursday in St. Vincent's, Starring Tex Williams
pings lieauliful Line of Christmas Cards : : Toys .
Jacksonville, and I.oyree Hart- Also] Cartoon and.] Xf'\\c

mann is in the same hospital following ,
a I tr s! aC a serious head injury whena Wed.. Thur. Dec. 17. 1 Stationery Gifts for all numbers of the family. ,
i 1.50
(AURA PARK l AN E piece of furniture at the Hart- DOUBLE FEATURE ,

e 11 jewels .. i 211ewtds1It mann factory fell and struck her q
gold ; ,;l+T Nponsion boor recently THE DUEL AT Ll
The college coterie will be arriving SILVER CREEKIX Q

any day now for the holi- -

days Joan Tenly and Helen TKCHMCOLOKWith ,

.... Haines expected to arrive from \udie Murphy

1 Mar Hill College NT C. next AND I CANOVA a

Wednesday See Bobby Biggs PharmaCl

ROBERTS JEWELRY ':i home again from Atlanta CORKY OF

Pvt Stephen St. John has just departed GASOLINE ALLEYWith

; for Camp Stoneman, Calif. ,
"}"our Friendly Jeweler" l'Rth for duty in the Far East after Scotty Bwkett and Jimmy WALGREEN AGENCY IBRADFORD

.. two weeks leave with home folks LjdonANo
Starke Fla. Phone 11.1/ !
PHONE 260 STARKE. Coincidence: three in the Latest! World News Q

saws family are celebrating! their

birthdays today-Inez Green. Jack i'

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...". Mr and Mrs Bradford Locke Mr and Mrs'" William Norris YI'''m \Yt>t1d1ll : nui in .'id: 'a-

l leave today to spend the Christmas visited Mr and Mrs R. H. Bart. \.t! On Moonlight\ > Bay '

holidays with Mr. Locke's ley in Jacksonville over the weekend Doris Pat k'-e and Tom SUdt r 1 :: ..I.' : Viiii-r i 1.1\ \pprnr'
Tr I It gr.II,1 h \\h d I, '. ..11.V :.d .",,1' -- ... -... "
parents. Mrs. Hilda Locke in I II I teamed up for a duet rendition of, Da',.,

:0:. H. and EdwinB. Back Home". rand 95iOFFICL. ,
CJ .6) Xorthhampton Friends of R. C. Buford will regret -I "Walking My Baby I -- '.'''' .
L./ Locke in Boston, Mass. I in the instrumental department < .\T. SEAT.) A. J TKomas '; are h, ,
to hear of the death of his
Uit fir
c'Ik! i.f the I r-nuit; turt III
G.b! THE NEWS Mrs. L. O. Hazen will return mother, Mrs. Maude McDonald, I Carolyn Crews, a talented i:y Marian I. fi Stn 1"p'I'\rirrk1J : I'e ?
(, herself I 1 I.' 41 1 IonrF. is has i 10".11 fir<1 ate
after ten pianist, acquitted
home young
Sunday spending
; who died Dec. 1 in Jacksonville. namril ('Pouri \
,. ,. ,.- - - -- .
L" I days with her son-in-law and ; Funeral services were held Dec. 3Jin admirably in a solo number. :\ ro .u-rrui y>'U aye rt-quired to : iur .
Ben- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don Pat- Julia Futch was the capable i i in riri-ull Court. KraiUurd v ".. answer "I' pieau.t.: "i.iplaint I I' i l' \
of Fort roust ,
Miss Lucy Paulk of Oiangeburg. Sgt Billy Dansby Live Oak Baptist church with : on the 1'iai :::! 'J
'Florida In C'hini-m.
Ga. home for the weekend ray and their new baby son in interment in near accompanist for the Glee Club V i : .\'n" T Fi.i-k 1-indrui-i, tn I I..I '
S C. was the weekend guest of ning, was Dyal cemetery i-.t i 1. i r I \ S;'.irkf. F.r..I.: ,, !
with his parent, Mr. and Clearwater. I Callahan.i and Chorus numbersCoordinated

Miss Faye Paulk. O. Dansby.Mr. of Ires: >.r, $5.00 at i b.!... .. t'\' ._. _. .-. \a.-.ta\-.ta\.... .> .-
cf Mrs. R. 1-KacJi and Mrs. E. I' Renm-i- of -- '---- -- -- --... -.... -. ;:; .' :,.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry: Felos: and Mrs. H. NT. DuPre and L ilaS Dress >hop.Mr. I Hollywood arrived tc Plan "'
I Thursday
Jacksonville were weekend: guestsof II SANTA KNOWS Our Store Is A
I family of Live Oak were Sunday and Mrs. Alph A. Hazen of spend the weekend with Mis .4/Y/ 1 I
Dr. Pete Felos. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Du- Orlando spent Sunday and Monday I', Renner's mother, Mrs. A F For Xmas BasketsThe 7 TREASURE HOUSE of GIFTS Takt
of 4. .
Mr. and Mrs Clifford Paulk pre. with Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Ha- I Sauls and Mr. Sauls. '

Pierson, Ga. were weekend guestof 1'i.r those oho rare to send zen and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ha i silk Hose |per box: S'J.30; atLeila" Stark Ministerial Association {.1iq A TIP FROM HIM AND SHOP HERE! I Iv
Iwst. Hallmark Christmas in cooperation! with the :
Mr. and Mrs Dave Paulk. theery zen. j Dress :Shop t tw
Cards at Bullington's. Bradford County Childrr'n'- Committee : / j
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins were I Mrs. Florence Jennings of .y Ii 1: '

Friends of Mrs.! J.V.. Kincaid visiting Mr. Dinkin's mother Mrs.C. Gainesville visited Mr*. Edward is making plans for ..... J Bulova I Elgin I -- Hamilton ,.-1_ .
Christmas baskets to be -
will regret to hear she is confined Dinkins in Jacksonville on Sunday i j Burns on Monday. I II given t, t t

C iA 50linE"C055IPBT"Shorty"1 i I in the Municipal Hospital in Tampa I I Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Reesman of throughout the county. .... \ \MEKK.VS: E T UYHKS; 1
All organizations, churches! etc. l "
_. where she is getting along as Ocala were Sunday guests of Mr. I
Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mr. and Mrs
that wish to distribute Christmas
well as can be expected.Mr. \V. B. Mundy, Jr. and Mr. and and Mrs. Guy Andrews. I I baskets are requested to notif 33.75 to t $$295 .44it .bOne
i all si/es -
and Mrs. Charles: Meyers Mrs. Guy Sale had as weekend Vanity Fair :slips reduced Mrs. E. L. McKnight at the Bradford +
n the weekend in Gainesville for clearance at Ieilu'sDress I
pent guests Rev. a'nd' Mrs. T. A. Steele
County Health Clinic, who (;iroup NationallydiTtixrd t
where they attended the Fall Frolics Jr. and daughter Sandra Mrs.T. :Shop. will the
serve as clearing agent.
at U. of F. A. Steele, Sr. and grandson. 1-Kack of Dresses S5.00; at W.\lTIIES SIS t ; I"PHandmade.

i Vanity Fair Nylon Gottn.l I Frank Walters and Mra F. A. I Leila's Dress Shop.
E reduced for clearance Mr. and Mrs. E D. Tenly haw Basketball SeasonThe
broken sj/es Moore of Gainesville. : i \ ) A1.MANTEL.
I Mrs. Lois Wells of -
had as guests -
at Iila's Dress Shop. -0-
\V. H. Nollman was a delegateto
19::>2 basketball season will
Mr. and
Jacksonville on Saturday. Diamond
,I Miss Anna McCullough of the Methodist Conference in Mrs I... R. Tenly of Gainesvilleon get nuclei! way on th.- home court I'.11thhh: l
:.JII Monongahela Pa. is spending the ,, Ocala Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. ; Sunday and W. R. Walters of next Tuesday night when the CLOCKS Wedding Sets Pen & PencilBy

.. I B. H. Bevill and son. B BHS and tE'ams111
months with net niece Mon I boys girls
i winter Reedsville, Ga. overnight on
s i E: T s$5&UP
"Pete gets a KICK out of Mrs. George Schafffer, :tnd fami H. Jr., Wildwood were weekend day. meet Palatka eagers.I Art Canedmerican
I McCullough taught school I guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: A. E. returned I Next Friday Dec 19. the Bradford
putting in new batteries! ly. Miss I | Mrs.' Mattie Gahagan I ? tt t Beauty K. Blind
i in her home town of Monongahela I McKjnney. The McKinneys also, I home Thursday after three weeks' A and B squads will meet
r-f j-f, **i.* ---- and recently -; had as Sunday guests Mr. and I P. K. also here. ..AndtJ'
of Yonge teams
i for a number years : visit with relatives in Savannah.Ga. 39.50! \ ALSO DESK SETS
You'll Jt.ta Kick" out of the retired She finds Starke I Mrs. I. H. Hazen and children o f! I and Hardeeville. S. C. I Home games will be played in )

way we (prolong the life IIf jour weather and hospitality much to Jacksonville.Dr. i Mr. and Mrs B. A Clark ofI I i the Starke Armory starting time Teenage Identificatien 0

halter lliroiiKli regular inspection : her liking. and Mrs. W. E. Middletor i I Ft. Lauderdale were weekend 7:30: p.m.Recent. 4 Handmade: Bracelets I

and s"T\ic,\ I and Miss Madge Middleton spent guests of Mr :.uid\ Mrs T L. 20.9:1) :Sterling; SilverNecklace

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl I Casey BirthMr. _--..: ___... Sets 5.25 & UP I

i and and Mrs. L. T. Caws .lie SILVKUInternational By McKenna 10.50: I'p For Lents; I
: Miss June Patel visited11' I
LIBBY I Save $140.00 : Mrs Donald Bennett and Mi-- W. W. Packham the proud parents of A daughter Lunt TIE SETSTFF :
i i 'I Mary Carolyn, born Friday. Dec Sterling Silver Baby I
Fran Taylor in Jacksonville or' I" ( t 1 I.ISlstTPS
ij smallSPINET Rites Tuesday ;55. in the Alachua General hos i FORK & SPOON I SETS ,
Sales & ServiceU14AAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAA1 I OH new ( Sunday.
pital.! Mrs. Crews is th,- formic IDENTIFICATIONI5KACELETS
l"M-Hin Craft A gift that I i-. i
I i Weldon William Pal' khanl 67. : Lucille Mitchell. daughter if Mrs Bent Handle Spoons '
different an oil painting )i>u |pain 1 ( ''T'

I \onrself at Hullin toll'., long-time resident of the Theressa I sJ. M. Mitchell 3.00 & UP old; I Filled and i

Kaiser Frazer Henry.JUEALEHSIIIP CREDIT MANAGER Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hitch and I :, community near :Starke.; died I I :>oncn: I'll1'1'1: \It Sterling Silver
night He !, l. << i
Sunday rirrnii Coo
I'at his': home llr.t.lfor.l.III.M,
in JacksonVille -
Box 5576Jacksonville son. Franklin were KKEISLEK & (. DIEX
0. ;
P. in failing health forseveral i I Florida: In Chantrrrr. 115!>; IP
Temple A n- Ph. 32 Fla. on Saturday.Mr. I i had been 'l.ciK.ci.-t MV.iK I |h, jMaintiff \ -. Watch Bands ,
'aiii-l' J J. W.il-h. I f..Ml.t,
and Mrs. N. J. Alvarez and I years. i :
I was' born in i 1'.1.- Xn : onso1ZIPPO &
wil:1 Mr. Packham i 1Dnear.To 3.00&UP
daughter: Rhetta, of Perry
I I England but had lived for the lIan".j) I J.. \\d l h. I\h..'-.. i 1"1-
">nd the weekend with Mr. and!1[ dentand ,. fi Lighters
sp a."lro'
where i 441 w a t 1'1 I Ii
I FTTTTEE : Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. I past 40 years at Theressa. He I Ml.-'.,. t, X,w 1'i, i ik ::I.,. \,.n Y..ikfor"1' I TIE SETS &

TURKEYLIVE : Friends of Mrs. W. F.. God. I he was engaged in farming. I sUit hereby notlf"'d th-lt a Leather Travel Sets
of the Theressa CUFF LINKS
win will regret to hear that ShE. was a member l Itivr, -, aril\ ratifiratii.n of $37.50 & UP
,1 Christian Church. ; s 'pau.ttton| ,. asiv.-mt-nt ------- -, -- For Men 7.50 Up
is confined to bed. ; has hen,, fll,|h d l against in 4.95 UP i i
Mrs. you the
3 Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay attended .. Surviving are his wife ,ab.ve nann'" Court and cauend Special ;3 IV.HOSTESS I
I Packham. Theressa .you are required to : 7 -
Gertrude Triest serve Hf -
the funeral Sunday of W your answer or pleating : SET
I Mrs.\ Kathleen to th.
CHRISTMAS Lake Butler. I ; four daughters complaint on the Plaintiff

.ti I F.Miss Brannen Gloria in Johns of Jacksonville Dennison Gainesville; Mrs. I .tttorn-v Star k,. .Fii'T. id.1-1'.1111 t L.wd' !I i By Gr I

v TURKEYS GIVEN I spent the weekend with hei.j i Margaret Prevail Starke; Mrs. and of the file('leak the IInKIII1! ill ti'., ?.f' '. O' I.tint SterlinuS15 [e m Jewelry
I andi of Ih" d'irrua
Jacksonville !
I .1 Ethel Jarrell. ; C"UI 1 ubefore
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. or th-, :
3* AWAY : Griffin. i MirHazel Van Epps, Yankton. II{ 1::: day ..f ". .\ I I'r, .. Call Street Starkc. I I l.iH
.1 I .. .
S. D. four sons. William. Herbert : ii" f .i I
Jacksonvill : ( nn 'd.. ,.. 1
i Sam Mitchell of I q 'I i I. I. n : ct '; c;';;
of Jacksonville
with his aunt, i and George
Simply find your old Insurance Policy and fill in the spent I and Merle Packham.t ; .
I Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.Silk

EXPIRATION DATE) on attached coupon. You may : Hose IMT 1 II.>\ :$i'--">0) a'Ixila's 't Theressa: and one sister Mies
; Audrey Packham, Winter Park
Dress :shop.
% receive a Christmas Turkey. Date on jour coupon must : Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix of At. | Funeral services were held, ,in:

D :lanta i Ga., formerly of the Stat e< 1 Hope Baptist Church of There .1 e
with date t Policy. | afternoon at 4. o'clock l' M
correspond on your CD j j Farm:, were weekend guests o f i Tuesday

: Rev. and Mrs L. A. Shepherd a t | with Rev. Fred Dodd officiatmi 1 : IJ .. __. A-. .

TURKEYS AWARDED DEC. 22ND: jj i. State Farm. 'Interment, was in Hope Cemete \, !
jjC .. *
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Lo'kE'anl I I with arrangements.Active DeWitt 'C.. Jones in chaise ; > ..You'lIan''I( V" J Red ct- .Imb,',.

Elizabeth Crawford and Dar .
HAVE TO) HE PRESENT{ : TO WIN jj jjI I bearers F :-:
YOU HO01' : touring pall were
Sunday .1 i
rell Kev spent I Selection : tVfi, C
South Florida and viitedIr.': and SibIl" ". Wm. Hall. Dan Lopei. I I. '! LLOPH.ANE
- - - - 'V. Williamson, Herb'r <("V. I'iJICtiiJ.
Or (lunum-d Seal>
Bachelder in ;
I 1C Mrs. Bartlett A. .
I Name ........ Address settle, and Percy Sullivan: of

My Auto Pulic-y Expire* ... ,..-...... ........ ..... 1C1C I II I lando.Mrs. Elmer L. Johns and her t .# .AA A_ '.5. .. Ribbon/
j brother Leonard Xoegel, returned Funeral Saturday CANDY Angel/Jmr

I Liability (Date) : )fo...... ........._............ Day. .... ........ I II I recently from Toccoa Falls Institutp I: For Sam GriffisFuneral t FOR EVERYONE

i where they attended th lied HellsEnclosure

I I Collision (Date) : Mo...........-,...........-_- Day.......- I Thanksgiving Homecoming activities iI I Fun THE }HOMI\\s
.. services for :-:,tn: ;JGriffis Cards
11 M: U\K
of the college.Mr. YOIRSELECTION
My Fire' Policies Expire. I 74. were held last :Situ: \ :
I I [}; and Mra. J. S. Sapp were' day at 2 p.m. at the giavestde, AT'S And Mann Oilier 11 emuFor

Hates .._ ....... ...... .... .... .. ... C: hosts Sunday at a family reunion I Pine Grove Cemetery not 11 "i t
NOW rapping
K 0
I I H C:I and picnic in the yard. Among! the State Farm. Rev. loe f r.iif: i- ,
----------------e: Mr. and Mrs. EM ''
the were
guests officiated and Wilson F'niei.il' I .,
: Heath of Fort Lauderdale, Mi, <'>!;;o. _tI-..."'j"r;: :;;;%:: ..r"--"' .' t3 ,r-'> .1'
Home of Lake h' *fr m **f
) City was in u i; Wr 4
CONNER & GAY Insurance Agency I g) and Mrs. Pete Reyes and Mr. and I, of arrangements.': Cr

Mrs. Richard Ray of Jacksonvill From Far and Near We
:Mr. Griffis was a lifelong ie- I Have Assembled An Amazing Array of Lovely Gifts -
members of thE .
g) and 35 other
116 N, Court St. Starke. Fla. [ t' ident of the Raiford connnnn t\
fS'illSill5'2S2.J \I family: from Bradford County. where he operated a farm until Useful, Every One. Here Are A Few Suggestions Many Others In Slock

:z z zs l Word has been received from ill health forced his retnementHe

)V former Ruth Edwards that b
died December 4 after an e\ TvyT.TTvyyyny.Tnv.TvvyvTvy.

) R Lane 1121 Indiana St..'i| Surviving are four sons. O..i; ..! FOR YOUNG & OLD

THE At paSTARKE.1 \ 'Mejo Calif. don Levy. Harvey and Hubert Dresser Set Iiiii

II Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis had< I Griffin: all of Raiford: fit : I < v

,i- their guests last week from'I daughters. Jlrs. Frances (.rif'!- Drawing Hooks

Tuesday to Thursday. :\11''i.Iur.' and Mrs. Rosie Griffis h-',1'1 ."f 1

Dedicated To Community Service ,. n Witticher and Mrs. Herbert Raiford, Mrs. Cassie Sel.ua Story Hooks

"Mo\les Are Better Than ..\t'rlt O Vance of Coral Gables and Mrs Starke Mrs. :Martha BeuM: $ t 1.11\ t.". A

Leonard F. Blankner of Orlando.Feature Coloring Book*
Dodge. Iowa Lou P.-11:
and Mrs
If find n:'ml\ concealed in the Florida Theatre Ai i e ( f'l."tion.
you your (! Lock Diamond Rings; ,
Terrill. Jacksonville thre. l.t.1
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE: TICKET!, ai Hullniton's.! : ; : Nothinir Is Store( Sure To I Please Cut-Out Hooks
; ers.!" Johnnie Griffis. Hn-'iii-:! '! In .lIt.j

Mr and Mrs.!" J C. Fogg visited and Joe and Willie Griff i iLawtey I.., -h I t Ribles
Sat. Dec. 1:1-: ONLY Tues.. Wed. Dec 16, 17DOUHLE Than 1 Perfume. We IIa\e The .
Mand Mrs.V.. S. Colson iitrance ,
: and two sister-': H- That Illll
FEATl'RE -,. ,.. ,.
RkNIGOlO Park on Sundav. \\'ifefl''i.'. Lula Griffis!" d-d! ,1 i. ,1 r i Finest Selection Ever Offered Testaments

1E Vanity Fair :slips all sics rpduceil Oct. 29.Active. H I UeGht i t
SHRUM In Starke And :Many\ Others
for clearance at Ieila's
CAL pall bearers W.'H'1] >:r.
Dress shop Harris. John W :Mill-s QI,n-: .; .
Vanity Fair Nylon l Goons i Rosier. y
Jennings Griff I.! i iGnffi"

GEOIGEWlfTGOMElY broken) ".i/es reduce] for dearamv and Frn- Onf; TOILET SETS TOY AIR PLANES *

A COLUMBIA PICTURE at L cila1)re.<< .. hOI From
/ $3 to $20
t u scTh EAouttalrLiic wt :W Biwa wit.h
'h R.- -_ 1 1 Idvkrr.. M.ua A 41 Ittm A In.lr hue Mr and Mrs H. H. Ford! and. I Glee Club Pleases A

AND Visa ''('10n On Farm" (art001 1 children of Daytona Beach and I tty v 7
: :Mrs': R L McDowell. Mr arid Large AudienceIn
and latestorld Nrws
Miry John McDowell and son, Winter Elizabeth Arden
ConcertThe Shaving Sets
S (jhhn Mr and Mrs. Julian McDowell I 98c

MRS. JIM TODD 'irid children Mrs. ;Me Evening In Paris -I
Harry annual Winter CO:1.: ti) t of ,
One Big Powell all of Jacksonville Mr. thp BHS Glee Club and Junior

?r Thur., Fri Dec. IS. 1 19) and Mrs. Edwin Charboneau ot: Girls Chorus was present..) last His Richard Hudnut
Sf Petersburg and Mrs. Den. .
evening to an au: her.re Koxer and GaUel
r. D-UtY! F.ZAAUC Despard of Millboro. Mass attended that filled the USO audit, .i.n1: t.. -- :--eaforth Pull Tore,11'aun;.. Dolls
Also "}'It To IU Tied" Cartoon and lEAHER; the funeral of Mr. John capacity. I L'Orle I Lucian Lelong
T'dow:} Tuesday. .. ::5 I flames of All DescriptionAnd )
Chapter 9 Serial 10 REA' Under the direction .t MCSeraldyn -'

')0 Se" A 'EN Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edward I Silva. the two pio'if.gave .- A I Orloff
Illes Hundreds of
Other Gift;
MRS W. II, l PERKINS and! daughter Fredrika of Jack a pleasing progran: that ,
( TIERttroR"n/ JUIt"E, smville: and their guest Don Cornell opened with a group of ,.an.. d I Ielunt Items Too i Numerous To

Sun.. Mon Dec. 11. 1:5 t:: ..;.".:.;:;. E CRAIN4a !! of Akron Ohio were Sunday numbers and concluded with the i .

..... t .... ti "" "- night: guests of Mrs. \V. H. Struth singing of traditional Chrstmas': 'I Sport' t Iub ( HHISTMXS (C\IJDS IN TOU N Mention

._;;. p't.: -.1 Tins "Beep, Beep"' (Cartoon ant 1 aiui 1 Miss Kate Struth. carols with the audience parti rrrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT{

if .K r,.. "fa-sa G'\iIIt" Cahaeade"tr Mr and Mrs. Luther Dampier cipating. Several solo numbers TTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTKoch

'''l Soiiie1.odJ c tr\:, and family and Mrs Gene Patraj and novelties added variety to

: and daughter Glenda of Fort the program.

Lows Me FRI. MOKNINC:;1:; ; DEC. H 9 I Pierce spent Thanksgiving weekend One of the highlights, ; 'he Drug Store V i

CM 1l 1nilti.T1 ; 10:00)1.. with their parents Mr. and evening was the always be.im.-: : &

} Mrs L. L. Rushing. 'O Holy N'ight".
sung by Ale:
,, CHILDREN'S |I Radar Seaman John P. (Pat) Lawson assisted by It... .xed Phone 53 Starke Fla.mIDAY. .

i iLT1UN'1R L i !\- TOY MATINEEFREE t'Casey arrived in Norfolk Va. voices of the Glee Club

FREE! FREE t' .1 Sunday from a three-months tour The Girls Quartette Frances \

AU.i Little Red Rodent food of duty in the Mediterranean with 1 Dodd. Barbara Matchett. Carolra Bee
Trigger Junior / .
Cartoon and Latent World News his ship the USS Basilone. H!' Crews, and Gladys Bundy sang /-5"-6t

will spend this weekend with his: in their pleasing manner the currently j t'.r "

t wife and parents here. i popular ballad, "I Went tc'I! Ii !




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r I Norman at church Sunday. She I IThey're Leroy G. Norman, Jr., son ofMi Donald R. Tille', trtk'per, :: '.
Af Lackland/ Air Force BaseThree YARD 01' TlI.\Nfi- ( \HI> or TII.SI'ords '
is making her home in Jacksonville and Mr- Leroy O Norman 2-c, USX, has reported aboard

BAYLESS HIWAYby with her aunt, Mr, Laura 01 Rt. :2. Starke, is serving as an the ammunition ship USS Mount We wish to express our deep \\ cannot express
Jackson. 'o'z *f .'. ,,.t L":1 electrician's mate 3-c, Baker which is operating with appreciation for the beautiful grateful we are to -
Mr and Mrs Mack Jones and \\ ,th I'aMol Squadron 741. an anti- friends for the expresi:i
)' Mrs O. K. Crosby the supply unit replenishing flouetsvoids! .
of ,
s\-ipilh\: :: and ,
children were visiting relatives inMiami -"hn i Trine unit that has recently : ;;mpithx, 'alltlt":11 tl! > t"
' I recently I ,. ,r inel from the Mediterranean: combat: unIt ot the {'\ fo'c': "ft" other acts! ,,: kld' s ,1'i!! l.' o'lu, n:::1" :' "- .J'n! ::IL ,,'.! .

Mr. and :Mrs. Buddy Wilkersonand Had a niece visit with Mr and c,: i w here fleet exercises v t-re 1\:1Ia.: He i i i.. the r l. < ; :M--:: ,:' :.,,, ':' br\> : ac' ... 11M t. I', :. T'1 1

children, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Mrs L. L. Renfroe Sunday after < ,.n.ill'! ted, with the British and,! Pee:: ht\t: i ,< S.I: : n : !:h 1' :. ': ..t.,: : .' -

lace White and baby, Bobby Norman noon. Their son Sammy, who is 1 1 F','nl h Navies, as well as tiio JIA-. ..... --
of the U. S. N, San Francisco I I a freshman at the U of F, spem' S S.\th Fleet. It is expected ,itiiutdron r_ V \t 'SIt
the weekend with them. "I'! will remain at tK
Calif and Buddy Norman of
Gainesville I I Lucille and Tiny Lo\ell had v K >:ille NAS for the n' '.t
were Thanksgiving I II
I sitors from Illinois the first of :ths.,
of their
guests grandmother, :Mrs. r
Maggie Norman.Mr. :: the week. They were looking fora Interested Veterans

and Mrs. L. E. LaRoach of warmer climate than the .no\v M Ratliff, son of Miam
covered state of Illinois.! \I" L. E. Ratliff of Gi ah 1'11.
Georgia were guests Monday of,
:Mrs. LaRoach's parents, Mr and Quite a lot of our folks attended n.i: H' i-ned to Long Beach fin l I
Mrs W. C. Ward, and Mr. and the Sing at Hampton chur-h a'even months in the FiT
Sunday afternoon. It th EaHo is a member of t the
Mrs. Tiny Lovell. I was
Ralph Philman of Tampa who i: first time I had a chance to attend young men of Bradford County an- -urrenrlv 'omplptin;: ,'r. \\ of:' the battleship USS Iowa YOU ARE INVITEDTO

is In the U. S. N. spent the week : but found out I've really their Au Force basit airman' maoc nnarion .'ow'."> -\' \i... ,( "id; .l. whir h has been participating 111gun ,

end with his grandparents Mr. been missing some good singing East San Antonio Texas T'II..rl" !It'" '"rlgh' ",.: : ,' .' strikes against Communistsupply

and Mrs. W. R. Haislop. Ralph, ', Sure glad to see Gerald Crosby son of Mi and Mrs Oscar' !L 1 I'> ,'. ., R': 1 S:H: ,. ,},.. .. : I. :: \ lines and enemy troop concentrations
better known as "Tink", was on home from Glendale Hospital off the east coast i IIi VISIT OUR LAKE CITYMODEL
of MiBert Dyalllamp: >r'A.! :- -If! : ( nc- ; ': : \i! ml!
his way to Seattle, Wash. to sail where he has been confined for KoieaTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.
Mrs Olivia Charron, also o f Hampton. Th' n' I L :-1' : sr.in,. ,II-
for overseas duty. I several days with a broken arm. I
I P arirg them for entrance into AF tel hmcd tram:!"j ani! !oAt : .l-,., n- ?
:Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Larramore of Gerald says he feels fine only e
Allendale, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. gets awful tired of having to car ;i ment in specialized wcrk.

Hubert Norman and baby of ry his arm in the same position. -
Wiresdale spent the weekend visiting -' The J. R. Kellys and children -'"'
Mr. and Mrs Eddie Norman and the H. B. Kellys attendedthe r ,
f Pfc.
Sure was glad to see Jo Ann J Kentucky football game
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Santa iI I Goes a ,
Says Bliss <. A I
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) .* '.. GIVE THE GIFT r J i r Coming to You Bring The Family -

': : Pvt Lonzo R Starling, Jr. son Pfc La\mu) t.' Dobosun of Mi' \\l\0\ Knows when they mabe \
')1 THAT KEEPS I i of Mr. and Mrs L. R. Stalling, and Mis Arlie Dobbs nt L.1\SC\ ., That's h\ it is important : -

.... .t Rt 2, Starke, is being trained a has been transferred! to attnc duty to have enough Fire

J } ON GIVING I an anti-aircraft artilleryman at in Germany. lIe entered the service Insurance to adequate! rogertoday's FREE COKES FREE BALLOONS
Ir- I the Fort Bliss, Texas Anti-air- last May and took his basic value of
i your property. -
: craft Artillery Replacement Center training at Ft. Jackson, S. C. He I
I He will be there for 1C weeks was later -tationed it Dothan Ala! .
I and will be glad to hear from His last address \\as. I>vt. T-2 FREE LOLLYPOPS
i I Do you have this vital protection -
$10 LAYS AWAY% friends at the following address: Lawrence DobbD< t lb, 1'T7: ; [

P\t Lonzo R Starling, Jr., US ASN, Camp Kilnu t N J.
Call on this today for
531374TO, Btry A, 9th Bn AAA. agency
YOUR TELEVISION SET RTC Ft. Bliss, Texas. FOR SALE competent insurance: advice,

i I I -- INSTRUCTIONS : Route 100 to center of Lake City -

Pfc Richard L. Carter, son of ,I I CATFA0EWOOD Left on Route 441 to Hospital Street 2 Blocks
H7//I Right
an appointment for Installation for Mrs. Lossie Carter. Rt 2. Starke, ,

Christmas. See us now while the Hest Appointments has returned to his home stationin field !I I H. C. WALL\ then left to MODEL HOMES
Austria after a ten-day
are Still Available. of Austiia. -
exercise:; in the mountains AGENCYPhone
( Rain, sleet and snow fell ANY :AMOUNT
j'J throughout the ten-day period, ANY LENGTHS i 1 116
making this Florida boy ro doubt
: > SeeD : 200 E. Call Street
/ ;.ryonly279.95for! native "Sunshine
for his
II .. ... long B. THOMAS !
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,../ +......... wd \.w/ Infantry Regt, has been in Ai:!'- Ian-fey, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I


I 2r RCA VICTORTELEVISION I i, in Army Gainesville in October Saturday 19IS afMnouiirarrurll r-- 4I I !! HOMES SOON TO BE

PartyMrs. 9 Piece
O E. Crosby was ho-U Sr l 4

I I Saturday night at a farewell patty BUILT IN STARKEALLIED

*v M : r honoring Dorcas Karnes whr I BEDROOMGROUP 4 4
(Wi has spent several weeks with herI 4

With the MAGIC MONITOR I I I parents Rev. and Mrs A. G. KarI UR ,

I *. Dorcas left for her home in' 4
-- Here's TV quality famous Lancaster, Ky Mondav She received 4 4
throughout the world!'The some lovely gifts as a 4
( ,
uInnnnq Magic Monitor circuit memento of the occasion Refreshments : $129.95 4
system gives you clear, were served after outdoor iI I : Phone M) Starke, Fla. 4 905 W. Adams Street Jacksonville, Fla.
i I ,N I steady pictures, as it ... 4
were About 35':: .. ...._ 4
I games played. ---"
I I i I screens out static, steps p. '4 .. -.... '. ,. "" ..
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i I I and ties best I youngsters and a dozen adult enjoyed 4 ,; "r" > ;; ; ; > :: ;,4 :; '''t : <:'; -;-; -;- t +"3.--
up power : I RED 1 MATTRESS
sound to clearest picture. this affair with Dorcas- \\'' 4 .... .. .. .. '
I See it in action today! : hated to see her go because she : VANITY 1-SPRINCS(; 4 4 '4 r< c ____ ..$:f; ,"c. '0< _-:.... __ J itI.- :oj"< _-JtJ "itiN:

was an active member in : 1-CHEST 1 HED SPRi E.ll: ) 4 i iI
Easily adopted for U.H,F. I our < I I
1 r I Th* 21-inch RCA Victor young people's class in church VANITY STOOL 2 PILLOWS 4 4 r 1 rrrtinc GROCERIEStan
and Sund:1chool..
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h1 Il.rw ,; net f fnhcd, in maroon I Kelly. Mrs William Crosby and 4
( '; Matching stood available at Mr L.' A. Crosby. Mrs Gladys '1i 4
-- CA tro( w3\T Model 2IT207 4
Newman and Mrs Eula McRae [ i 4 I FEED
: enjoyed another quilting bee at 4

Model 2U207 i Teresa's home Anybody who needs k, .i ;,, 4 4 !I Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits Northuuntit

: some quilting done just invite 4 4 <{ \ flights Reserved Prices in this ad ('frl'l.tlthru Sat., Dt-c, I IYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYY'YYYYYYY'YVYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYV .
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quilt.I attended) the classroom Tatheis 4 4 ( .00(1 I.iIS\ si l (,\K (1tFEhI :

VICTOR ClockRadiorouciTul conference in Gainesville FM! i i. 4 4 I 3 ;
1 day night and Saturday. If :-none \ 4 Lb Lh
'., RCA Victor radio plus has any pointers on pnhl'relations '! t I 4
famous "TilecLron" clotk. the teachers foiu.'im) \,"' Similar To inure 4 I!
Radio automatically turns itself would love to get: new id,';is 11", -44 I
on "okes you to music, when to get along with everyone :rind t 1 h ) 4 4 t1 Irt') ( d \ |)iav\n Oti< L01..1i :
ever wish hoto get more people mt< it'-t t>',1 4
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Black and gray two-tone gray in our school program I will hI' < happy to take any suggestion-t tc,; ivory or red plastic akin tit'lless 4
the! ronferenreMr Come In And See It Today 4
L than six inches OCX !
Model 1C511 -*- high! See it today. 41 a :: Boulah Kelly, who has: < I't'nte'eral weeks in Linden OPEN NTIL: !I P.M.: DEC. 1 TO CHRISTMAS }I
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wIth her brother and sister-Hi-law 4 1

CHAS. C C. SHEPHERD turned Mr and homo Mrs Tuesday C. C. Crosby and I T TURKEYS i l A R D 3 39C

son Bobby were visiting their
.son:nl.iand daughter, :Mr. and Can Plan Ile llatV I mult-el uppl\\ (rail ::I':;''I-.I I \I'

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VTTyRyt they we have the beat recordon i idence and adress is: 109 Atlantic I the Merk of the Circuit Court on : weeks" in the Bradford County Telegraph fi -".
say Avenue Apartment :21, Atlantic City, I I or before the !
the average that they know of. New Jersey. 22 day of December 1952: Dated th.s JJ dau: :N \ nher?,
You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of said l'J52:
LONG BRANCH I j We are really proud of our record suit for Complaint will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomas, ) YOU

and feel that the Lord does bless Divorce ed you. Clerk of the Circuit Court'
has been filed against you In the This notice sha'.l be publishedonce B/ Marian L. Crosby: Deputy Clerk. !
by Mrs' J. L StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAA. ,, us in our efforts to do his will and above named Court and ""caus and each week for four consecu- 11 :23! 4t 12 19
you are required to serve a copy of tive weeksIn! the Bradford County
if we dc
keep his work going even your answer or pleading to the Telegraph. NOTICE TO APPEAR
have to sit in a cold tent to wore complaint on the Plaintiff's Dated this 19 day of November la Circuit Court Bradford County.I ARE CORDIALLY INVITEDTO
Attorney T. Frank Landrum, 1952. Florida In Chanrrrj. I
We were sorry to learn last ship. We also understand the Starke Florida, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Zbislaw M. Hoehr Plainfff vs

week that Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonwas building is going right up, all and file the original In the officeof Clerk of the Circuit Court Wanda L. Hoehr, DefendantCase
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Nu 9S01
in the hospital with double rafters or frame work almost up. or before the r' 11/21: 4t 12/12:! :! Notice To Appear. I II

Seems there aren't too many interested 5 day of January. 1923;; ; To: Wanda L. P.oehr wh'. e reM-
pneumonia but was glad to learn .
I NOTICE: TO APPEARCircuit dence and address are: Thvw.I.nConnt'cticut.
otherwise the allegations ef !said
that she has recovered enough to enough to come out and Complaint will be taken as con- (Court Bradford County .
Florida In Chancery I You are hereby nutif.-d: that a
return home Sunday, Dec. 7. help, or maybe there hasn't been fessed This by notice you. shall be published Elmer Leroy Meece. Plaintiff, vs.Mary suit for

Mrs. I much work for many to do, but once each week for four consecutive Jeannette Mtece Defendant.Case : Divorce THE PREMIERE
J. L, Strickland as well as 9497Notlre SHOWING
we are more than proud that the weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I No. has been filed against > .u lr. the
others this section To Apprari ..
in is suffer. graph. above named Court and ('au' and
ing with a severe cold. This Is the I work is progressing as fast as it i. Dated this; 3 day of December, I To: Mary Jeannette Meec', whosert''id..nce you are required to serve a L"\lY >if
and address is: ::
1952. your answer or pleading TI the
first cold Mrs. Strickland has had is. Rev. Raymond Carter, J. F, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas, Cituntj, UH'bland, Indiana Pt'ncerl''', complaint on the Plain Iff's
for about four j Conway Hardy Padgett and oth Clerk of the Circuit Court. I. You are hereby notified that a. Attorney T. Frank LamlrumStarke. OF THE
years. cult for Florida
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. I. i
Mr. and Mrs. Richard of I ers worked Saturday.Mr. 12it 1.261 i Divorce I I and file the original in the off'.'e nf '
I has been filed against you In the the Clerk of the Ciiiint C -i.r* .in
Strickland hasn't been
Highland announce the birth of a go above named Court and cause and 'I', or before the22da'of .
ing to help for awhile due to our I NOTICE TO APPEARIn you are required to serve a copy of, Decemb"-",-', '
son on Monday, Dec. 1. Circuit Court Bradford County, otherwise, 1953 FORD
the .1.vd
your answer or pleading to the corn- ii '".1 t
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Strickland! having two invalids here to take I Florida! In Chancery j plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney ,I Complaint will be taken a1i.. ''nit-s-
returned to California care of and I can not take care','| Leatru-e Joy llobey Plaintiffs 1, A. J. Thomas. Jr.. Starke. Fla.| ed by you
Wednesdayof Charles Kenneth Kobey, Jefendant.Case This notice shaft published
and file the original in the office' ee I
last week. Mrs. Heber Ayersof of both alone. Last Thursday and i No. !SML'Joiler :! tf the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I once each week for four consecutive
[ Saturday I was so sick with a \ To .\ppenr. I I or before the weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
Newport News, Va. is spending To: Charles Kenneth Robey whose!I :22! day of December, 1932:; ; I graph.
a few days with Mom and Pop i iI | cold and he would not leave me residence and adress i,-: l'nkno\\n. I otherwise the allegations of said Dated this 19 day ..f N" \ I., r,
even if some of my girls were You are hereby notified that a''Complaint will be taken as confessed -I 1952.OFFICIAL
I Strickland. I I suit for I by you. SEAL) A J Thomas i
here to help. One reason he has Divorce, and
Mrs. E. E. Hewitt of Brattle care custody This notice shall be publishedonce Clerk of the Circuit: Court ,
sat up at night until he is not | minor children t'ach'e.., for four consecutive' Dy Marian L. Crosby, 1'ep'if Clerk
boro Vermont is spending a few I has been filed against you In the weeks in the Bradford County Tele-i 11 21 4': 1. I U
able to work much of the day, so I i above named Court and cause and I '
days with :Mother and Dad Belt graph.
'I he said he would stay at home j you are required to serve a copy of Dated this: IS day of Xo\'ember,1| >< iii: TO \rrr.\u
and the Stricklands. She has not I your answer or pleading to the I 1952. In Circuit ('ourlrmlord ('<>unt>
out of the of the who complaint the Plaintiff's
way ones on | Florida In .
seen :Mom and Dad for over a I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, l'hnncery.Elnu.re
Attorney II. Douglas, 503;
I Dewite llarriI'll,i', \ -
could work. We hope to be able to Clerk of the Circuit Court''
yeir. The Belts aren't improving Lynch Building, Jacksonville, ,Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. '! Mary Elizabeth llairi- I',1 l : n ,
attend church again before long.I I Florida I CiN: '', MOotlr !
I 11/21 4t 12: 1IITln "
in health fast. AT OUR SHOWROOMS
very and file
the original In the office of
have stayed home and let Mr. I :\ <* 'I'll .\ppenrT
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on :Maiy ElJzal.d1.' !Ii.. I -..
We understand there was a J Strickland attend while I took jr before the '\ : 10 ,UMM'.Ut I resid.'or and adiln" i I' l-'t
large congregation at the tent I care of the sick ones. 5 day of January, 1933:;::; I In ircuit (Court II riul fort! County. Streeta"hinK'"ti. pt'in'xix.'
I otherwise the allegations of said I'loriilns In ('hnncerj.fror Your are heretij 11"111'1'! ii I :Mi t .1
for T. U. and preaching: services I L. O. Johns is home from service -, Complaintill be taken as confess- : Kudolf ('arl-,,". Plaintiffs. !suit forDivorce. FRIDAY DECEMBER 12
Sunday night. There were four *d by you. Ldith CarK..n, Defends, custody .1..1! ," f ,
now and has his final dis- This notice halt t>e publishedonce Case No. 9303olUr :; i minor child
preachers present. We also feel each week for four consecutive I :\ Tit .\II'I'l\r. i I ITo has been filed again"' \ ''I t ., : -
proud of our T. U. report. Those I charge. I weeks In the Bradford County Tele : Edith Carlson whose residence'' above n.tin.il I'ourt lug. i t'' -. it 'I.1.
graph. and address is: ;326: Mc-Candle you aii. i > iiiuid to s'"l'j''; \ ..
other preachers, all have workedIn Mrs. Irene Padgett, daughter of Dated this :3: d.luf December I 1.1110.; ,ard.a'i i Diego. California your all-\\ I' ot plt-idm? t.' *! '
the and 19x2.:! Your are hereby notified that plaint ...1Ih. Plaintilli'( "c,
T. U. at other places Mrs. Gertie Faircloth. had to gc I! (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, a ANDREWSMotor
suit for :, T Frank I-andrum >:'uk.\ 1 I', t.
to the hospital last week for Clerk of the Circuit Court.iP.y Divorce i and fill. the ot.,i serial In th. ,',[it! f
a1 Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I has been filed against you in the the Clerk ot' the( 4'ir.1I1I I' ,
I minor operation. We understand'' 1. i:; 4t 12/2 above named Court and cause and or I..f"r.' I 11.. -3: diy o,f I'" '
I you are required to'serve -a copy of, I'*:i2; nllnrv\i-t the alliui' :
pR she is home again.mi ; :\OTICi: 10 AFI'RIH your answer or pleading to the complaint said C.nlplat., rill!! In. itk, "i -
1 4 In Circuit Court Bradford County, on the Plaintiffs, .\t1orll"Xeal \' f",1 I.\ \.u.
L 0 I I Florida: In Chnnrery. D. Evans Jr. in.1 :! Law' Thi n.'t I". -h.il'! li I n '
Stanley Isai. Jal..I.z'w"hl: Dtfmdant \' Fiona \\ ... \K- I"i i ti"' I: idfo'il, t 'n 1. \ -
\ < i: 10 ti'pnuiIn
r Count Case No. !S303:: aid file the original In the off! .of JloIph
Irrull Court Bradford. ( Notice Tn .\ppcnr. the Cl" rk of the Circuit Court t 'i, 1'.1, \ gar ..;' N "'
Florida In ('hnncery.Morrl
'. iff To: Josephine Hardyszweskivhoye or before the 29! day of Deceml., i ilt.)2 1 J'' -''
IN S ( .itlin, I'laillt vs.
residence and adress is249 ; :!; otherwise the allegations ..i ,,
Clay i 't Him, Defendant 'I..I'L' I ::t: ) A.J TL "' t-
Ca-e No. 9500:; Jf ri< ho Tuniiikf. fo'Ill'aPark.\ L. I stud fe'sed Complaint will be taken ;is> coi.' < laic of th. cPv ,. \\ Madison :St.\ :Sturke.\ Fla.
N. Y.You you
Notice Ti Appear.T' M. L 'r'-t.! D. in',. \ i ,
i lai.i IVitlm, w h"r.i.I.'w,'! are hereby notified that a This notice shall he putiiuhedonce in in
intl actde.. : .-- i is. ;5"- \\ t-st I Ibjrd I suit for each week for four consecutive 11-> 1 1' 1. : I. bIIUt- I

Sir.'.I. liioiix: X..\\ York. Divorce
has been filed against In the
I you -
notified that
You are hereby a
above named Court and cause and
t FIRE suit l for i\oiit. and ratification of' you are required to serve a copy of -A& :

"'natation agreementhas I' your answer or pleading to the j': .
complaint ,
on the Plaintiff'sAttorney .
bet-n filed against you In the T. Frank 'q/' '"'" ... sarr.W tirrw ,
I, above named Court and cause and I I i I
you are required to serve a copy of ;, Staike Florida. )
cause a and file the original in the office of I
may !I your complaint answer on the or Plaintiff'sAttornry. pleading to> the 'I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I Here The 53

I T. Frank I-andrum or before the Today
serious oss. Let Slarke. I'lorida I j 22 day of IWftnlirr l'r,2 1 ,
otherwise! the
[ allegations of said
and file the original In the office
Complaint: will > taken .
e as confvks-
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on |1
-Ml by .
before the you.This FOP'o
check or notice shall be f*.
us .".' publishedonce
your day of IVccmber, 192;; :
each week for four conseculi'ewt't'ks
otheivte! the allegations of said Y y r I
in the Bradford County Telegraph -
Complaint will be taken as confessed .
PoliciesCharley by I
you. I: Dated this II! day ot tosrmh.r.
I This notice shall be published
I ', 19.-. I
each week for four -
], one consecutive
I, I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. :
weeks in the Bradford County
1. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Johns Telegraph. I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk !
E. I i luted this lit: day of Nnvrnib.r; 11/21 4t 12,12! -
11';52.OFFICIAL; I r o ,
( SEAL) A. Thomas, \II I'J'C
Agency Clerk of the Circuit Court. I
Hy Marian L Cioshy. TVpmv h'rk. w '
II :il 41 12 12nTlVI that I have filed
Phone IS STAnK, FLA. my Final K.tmnin
the matter uf Estate I hicks Adams and will on llith: day utmmsstiea erayfw
of December 1S52;;: ask the CHnnt"
..... .., M n TOrrnn Judge E. K. Ferryman fur Trial l lI
In Circuit ( llrndfnril
.. I Court County,
Plitrlila In Chnnrrry.los. I Discharge as Administrator: of the
.E!: ..ph S Millifrtn: Plaintiff isl Estate of Mary Adams flicks
... .... Miri.in l I I.: Millm.in. Itfffnd.tnt i! AV. E. Middleton,
1'.IVr N.I. HOJI.Nullcr : Administrator.
Representing THE TRAVELERS Hartford Tti Iiy2l 4t 12:12 oy, I
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In ('in-nit Court llrnilfurd County,
Florida! In Chnnorrj.
Kit: ward If lluelmer.' Plaintiff vs.
11"1Hu..bnt'r, Defendait
Case Xo 9499
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bring a covered dish for the luncheon NOTICE TO APPEAR or before the ,29 day of December.?!
I. Clr *lt Crt. Br>"f.r4 C..mtr 1 195: otherwise the allegations of
which will be served at 1 Flarldai !. Ckmarery. said Complaint will be taken as confessed '

p. m., and a small gift to exchange. Jasper L. Kranke, Plaintiff, vs. 1 by you I
I This notice shal'! be publishedonce
Mrs. Howard Wait was appointed Mayola C. Kranke, Defendant. each week for four consecutive

chairman of the luncheon; Mrs. Case No. 9512 weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Grace G. Bighorn graph.
Bill Bigham, program; and Mrs. Xotlre T. Appear. Dated this 24 day of November, SANITQNt
&&&&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMiscellaneous Lawrence Wiggins and Mrs. Tom To: Mayola C. Kranke, whose 195%. frwnYourfarS
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1
decorations.The residence and address is: 15 Mat- I
Shower Markey Clerk of the Circuit Court.lL'y "
Chicken Pilau dinner given tingly Avenue, Indian Head, Mary- Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mrs. Malcolm Lewis of Lake land. 11/24 4t 121SOTICB
last Tuesday night at the Com I Sani
Butler was the honor guest at a munity Center to raise funds for I You are hereby notified that a :> TO APPEAR DryC aner..e'j.
miscellaneous shower Friday nightat suit for !.. Circuit Curt Bradford Count,
the Center's water system was an Divorcehas Florida !. .kaarerr. I
the Community Center. outstanding success. We'd like tc been filed against you In the Concetta Uicchetti Macina, Plaintiff!
above named Court and cause and Case Nq ;Sail !!
Hostesses Mrs. Tom
were thank Mayor Anderson, the Home you are required to serve a copy of Notice To Appear
Mirkey, Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, Mrs. Demonstration Club members, the your answer or pleading to the To: Dan Macina, whose residence I
complaint on the Plaintiffs and address 1011 Avenue L, Brook-'
Mattie Sowell Mrs. Doyle Hazen, Ladies Auxiliary, the Masonic Attorney Zach H. Douglas 505 Lyn New York.

Mrs. E. W. Hodge, and Mrs. Bill wives, and the community as a Florida Lynch Building, Jacksonville Your are hereby notified that a
suit for
Bigham. whole for making this possible. and file the original In the office Divorce and restoration of I / ,

Misses Linda Gayle Green and Mrs. Bill Bigham honored her i of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Courton has maiden been filed name against you in theabuvr I; / Saniibne is the miracle Dry

Mary Jane Bigham assisted the daughter, Mary Jane on her 29 day of December, 1952; i named Court and cause and A
honor guest with her gifts, and eight birthday last Tuesday, witha otherwise the allegations of said you are required to serve a copy of ; .
your answer or pleading to the complaint :
Complaint will be taken as confessed I .
the serving of refreshments.The party at their home. Eight of by you. on the 1'laintilfs Attorney Cleaning that gets out ALL 1he
T Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla.
Christmas theme was carried Mary Jane's friends joined her This notice shall be publishedonce
: and file the original the
each week for four consecutive in office of
out in decorating of the for the festivities.Mr. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on did
or before the :29! day of December, even the ingrained
center and refreshments. .
in and Mrs. Howard Wait and i I Dated this 26 day of November, 1952; otherwise the allegations .
Club Plans daughters returned home last said Complaint will be taken as confessed %

Christmas decorations Party were Thursday, from a vacation trip tc I 1952.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas This b notice> you< shall lie puhlj"h.,1!. Ic4xI Ex)(1 grit and grime tNt
true each week for four
made last Thursday afternoon at Rahway, N. J., and Cassadaga, I Clerk of the Circuit Court. I ron.eeutn'weeks ..
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. in the Bradford county Tel
the Home Demonstration Club N Y. While in Cassadaga, they li23; 4t 12,19 t graph I
meeting. Plans were made for the attended the 50th wedding anniversary I I I 1912OFFICIAL Dated, this :25!;; day Iof X"\'t
Christmas Party which is to be party of Howard's family, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

held Thursday, Dec. 18, at the the Geo. Waits. NOTICE TA ..U..KUtIn I Dy Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Ciuu Deputy! Court Clerk leaves behind.

Center. :Members:\ are asked to Mrs. J. W. Eddy of Waldo spent Circuit Court, Bradford County 11/23:! 4t I.' 1 1NO :'
Florida IB Chancery. I _
last Tuesday night with her grand Everett Blume Plaintiff, vs. Her- .1 I UK 10 .trrl..\it ORDINARY SANITONE

daughter, and family the M. D. man Flowers and Parthenia Flow- In (Ircuit Court, llrnilforj (Count, DRY CLEANING DRY CLEANING
I'lurliln In hnncerj. ..
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Harrells. ers, his wife, Defendant. I aMiell Hu>'ler. I'lamnii. \.- \V.."
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee and I Case; No. 9376| liam Jr'irge; lIuyh'! :, 1 Dittinl.ii'Cast.utie :Ii.: : .Is* :- \ Sfxrfc are out tecause

son "Peewee" of Jacksonville were I I To tppear
JUST ONE Sunday visi'ors at the home of Notice To: Herman T.pp.llr.Flowers and Par j 1', To: William George Huvler.'"whoiresidt"ie !" ourspolters' are experts .
I and addres* is i : >: ;;T.'I:;;;N.
l their daughter and family the thenia Flowers, his wife whose PLTO 420:! L Co. 4 Bn M t'.IL.i. D., P.,:'. trained
FRIGIDAIREMade 'iris" Island, :South: Car.,;.;.a. craftsmen
Bill Bighams. residence and address is: Unknown.1 Your aI'h..r..b)' notified that a

only by General You are hereby notified that a suit far who know exactly how I
Motors Corp. All other suit for Divorce: cu-ti>di' of minor i in:: '
MVTIfR OF INTENTION' TO Foreclosure of mortgagehas has been filed against. r :: n th>' '
Electric Refrigerators are REGISTER .U..ITIOt"S MMB ,ilovt nanud Court and tau-r anti fo handle even ffiemoss'
made by other companiesand Notice H hereby given that the been filed against you In the v? are required to :'rte a '''I-'Y o.'
undersigned under the provisions above named Court and cause and :: ,,'.- au\\.r. or pleading to the .om-
cannot use the word of Chapter :20.951! Laws of Florida you are required to serve a copy of I plaint on the Plaintiffs .\lIon.I ..\' delicate fo6ires.ffr
Acts of 1941 will register with the your answer or pleading to the T Frank andrum, Sta-kt.. Fla .
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and complaint on the Plaintiff's I and file tnr. fi'igrial n. the oitnt 1-:'
for Bradford County State of Florl- Attorney Green & Green, :!,- Clerk' of the Circuit i'ouit "iii
ids|i upon receipt of proof of publica- I ., before the 29 day <,f Drrrmber ._; .- -. .... \
Want the fictitious Starke, Florida 1952 otherwise the
A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE I tlO'1 of this notice ; allegation ot -
I I name of Van's Cafe under which I and file the original In the office of said Complaint will be tak<'u a- confessed
? ? (I am engaged' in business at X. Temple the Clerk of the Circuit Court on by you. TESTS PROVE SAN/TOME. \
k i A\e, :Starke. Kla or before the This notiie shall I lie publish ; ,
Ralph L. Yarbraj. general delivery 29 day of December, 1952; ('" t'a'h.k for four < onriit. 1\'..
THEN SEE I !Starke, FlaItated I..n' in the Bradford 7'ounty Tel.- DRY CLEANING LEAVES '
J: this :21!I-t day of Xn'pmhprH. otherwise the allegations of said .
A KM; :! at Starke, Iiadford Complaint will ba taken as confessed I:, hated this5;; day of Nov.'rIr'r.19x2. NO CLEANING ( \ ONLY/ SANlTONBT
E. H. SMITHTenth County< Florida by you .
I This notice shall be publishedonce :
11/21 4t 12/12 OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ODORS.GONE.
each week for four consecutive! I 1 tlK6- /
Cleik of the t'7rcit': ,,',:'t t tiPy j ,QSP/ UFINISH TO
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph I
aad Ave. Marian L.
Temple Crosby Deputy Cer: !
,I ALL KINDS OFFICE SUPPLIES i 11 '-, 4t l.M":: : t i FIB6RS... /N/ SANiTOWe
Dated this 26 day of November I
Starke, Fla. I I AT TilE TELEGRAPH 1952. :\n..I:--io U''I:\It i flrI ,1L'M: : DRY CLEANING ASPEC/Al/
I In ( IrrniI CourI Itr.-nltunl ( (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. : litrlilnt In hnnrerj.C. \ U INGREDIENT RESTORES
I rTTYYYYTTYTYYYYYYYYTYTTNOTICE I Clerk of the Circuit Court I' \Card. Jr. Plaintiffv. lr,'n,'
Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk SutkaitusVani; hef.tida'it! ',
t / -l' ._ J 7NE
4 PLANNING TO MOVE? I 11,28;, 4t 121oTU : 9 I. '.... \pprnrTo Case XII !tjfilNotice ;; i r OILS NATURAL ORDINARY FABRIC

Irene ; DRY
: Sutkaitiiv Waul l. wh"s.resideiue
and .iddr*' '' is' ii'Utf: Su; !''
? ,y Let us do the job for you com i i: 'io \rriuIn Kosner, t'hiragn 2'!, Illinois ; CLEANING/ REMOVES.

plete. We operate local and long (irrull l....art.. liradforil ('uuut,1 Yoiir are hereby notified that a -
et ecaR' suit tor
:1 distance anywhere in U. S. I :Sarah i-lorldn: Cioi'iiiif.In < .bnn..r'I, .I Divorce I
,-, has been fihd apainoti> in tht' '
Iiwwrra I :11"nan19'd Court anil <';au ,. a n.1 l I
n n Case No 9507tut ; you are requited to s,.i\e a..""v, of
Phone 311 250-J Ire lit .tppenr. .
or TP ll..milil"'IC'hn..., ho.sn"i jour aii-we1. pleading to tit! ::i-
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plaint on the Plaintiff E
,1,1-I and adiiif.-- i iI'M: Ut c AflJ our fatter lost 1
I _V j'ninx. \..\\ YctiK.. I T. Frank tandrtnn taiKi,, K,:,. pressfager.
Excellent Facilities : and file the ongi tal in I In' cffi. ,.f
Storage i Y : :.Orr hereby notified that a
fr the Clerk of the rir'uit c"in t .nor See fyr curse/

i | u.t h.<.. .\u":1Ient br.n::filed and'or against! Divot you in? thLaos e I said 1952 before:. otherwise the 21 the daof allegation-Dntinl.fi G 7 Y oid y fii7dout'Oow DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY !
Complaint will b. tak"JI '
]i R. B. ALVAREZ named Court and cause and fessed b\ you a- < "n- At-.G
you are requited to serve a copy of
i the This notic-e shall be 11:1.1!, !: /I1C.4h Mter
your aiiM\ei or pleading to complaint tlis /eW
once .a..h week
for four ii.ti-t.inui) '
[$ Agents for Delcher Bros. I on the Plaintiff AttorneyEvan weeks in the Bradford Coimtv T.I.- PHONE 28JSlarkc.
T. Evans, 103: Law Exchange I
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L Funding.! Jackl ol1\'iIlt<,
Ferryman Bldg. S. Court St. Florida Dated this 23; day of \o\mbe:,
I and file the original in the office of 1952. I deal1 be.
(OFFICIAL SEAL rea/fy cav .
tl.c rierk of the Circuit Court on ) A. J. Thomas, iy Ha.
"It'k of tli.' Cm' 'nit CourtBy I
Marian L. Crosby, Denutv Clerk
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ome attending the Youth January 5th first game here at the Armory, r d

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convention in Miami In orderto
7:13: 14)). Jit Plans are going ahead for the
i The speaker last Friday night I II pay them back, the group is Speech Club's two one-act plays {1} NAVEL PINEAPPLE PINK >>
Baptist Church Methodist Church j was unavoidably detained elsewhere By Brenda Bradford planning to take charge of the to be given Wednesday and Thurs-

I I as was the Tabernacle 'refreshments at the basket ball day nights, Dec. 17 and IS. The e "{ Oranges Oranges Grapefruit >>
of Christmas" I .
Following the theme of the "The Inner Meaning sponsor, but the service went on Fridays seem odd now-a-days games Fred Conway Aaron young actors are very modern lJ
of the
will be the subject they: plan to use a new methodof (
with an impromptu and
for Universal speaker without the excitment of football
American Bible Society to be preached by the Rev. Hutcheson. Edwin Prevatt Wayne Fast ,
sermon the sponsor arrived at the last : presenting their plays which lJ f By Express Guaranteed Dclin ntf !
Haines .
Rev. I However, I
Bible Sunday entertainment
Thomas G. Mitchell at the First games our ,, Douglas, and Marion Harringtonwill will be novel and intimalp
will bring the second message inI I Methodist Church at Starke on minute Hinderances to speak of Abraham"on the. "Four i last Friday was well head the committee You to see you there! Hope ( >>
a series of four on the general I Sunday morning December 14, I supplied by the B. H. S. Glee all come to the games and havea "f FINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES
theme The Word of Life. At the I at the eleven a.m. service. Special Mrs. Florence Hipple played I I Club and the Junior Girls Chorus. Coke to support the S. C. LongAiiI;! (} 5
church Harpaphone selections Bt'nll! Ll:, THEE FRESH DIRECT FROM GnoMARTIN'S \ h
hour the preceding
eleven o'clock I music will be furnished by the I I Those of you who attended will A highlight of the Santa Claus {
choir will bring special music I Senior Choir directed by Mrs. E. I!I the communion service last Sun- I surely agree with me that It wasa parade last Monday was our

with the Carol Choir singing the K. Perryman. I day. wonderful presentation of music. own B. II. S. Band As usual To Rfherc '"

offeratory hymn. ; Sunday evening at 7:30: the I I! I I The Future Homemakers are they looked wonderful and played Misery f '" 5 l FRUIT SHOPNorth ,J

Sunday evening during the I Youth Choir will present a Christ- I St. Mark's Episcopal j!1 i planning: a big Christmas Partyfor exceptionally well \-

Happy Hour the pianoorganduowill mas musical program "Christmas !j : '\'. Raymond E. MacBlainI the evening of December 20 Th., Ire Basket Bail! Than Templetnui'
lead the congregation in singing i Around the World". I Everyone is invited has r'i, 0*1\ ('d ohvsii favorite hymns and gospel i The beautifully colored filmstrip I Schedule of Sen ice'SLND.Il'S This year "he stud* >,,r '", B Pwill Funs uuiu. HI'' ad' ''n a uiue

choruses. The Chapel Choir will :, "Christmas around theworld" !' -< be treated 'o an extra practu-e, game \vnti aliahan no- LIQUID OR TADIETf-SAME PACT REUEI

bring special music and the mes- i will be shown at the service. -! 9:45: a.m.. Church School H ,,. _' .,-, -- '
sage by the Pastor will be "The The public is cordially invitedto I a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon .,,. _. ., u.' ," :" j( l! ,;p."'" ':-:;, _',' "- -<- -If;"''''. '.__
Way of the Flesh" attend. 6:30: p.m., Young People's" eiv-

Sunday School meets at 9:45: The mid-week Prayer Meetingand ice League. ,
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with P. T. Nolin general superintendent I Bible Study will be held on IIOLY (OM.MIMO.N f_ t.i !"- '-"-'" .. --.-'" Alit -

and departments and I Wednesday e'eningat i::30. 1st. Sunday 11 am :.' .i! classes for every age. Training YOUR WE HAVEFRUIT
day : a.m.
Unions gather at 6:15: with Lavern i Church of ChristCorner IKIDVY I STARLINGS
Outlaw director of the Unions for iI
I I0th and McMahuu I 7:30 p.m. Litany \ Mt-dr < on INDEPENDENT CAKEMATERIAL
every age group.Midweek I i
I Bible School-10 A. M. 18 p.m.. Choir Rehear-a';1.I 1.I 1.i 1. ,
services regularly I
Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:3t: II I
Wednesday 7:30 with the messageby j STORE i
and P.M. i Presbyterian Church
the Pastor praise
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud I

testimony time for all. I, each Wednesday 7:20 P. M. Ralph Yaibray ;ninn"- his ,... c.:1 Reserved Prices Good Fri.. Her. )11':. I l I
A cordial welcome is received welcome.I'KXTKCOSTAL : ,: Quantity Rights : sat. : #
Everyone duties next Sunday ,i* Suiidav ." ..-
by all who worship at the First !i i .., .. ,. .. .. ... ,, .. .
School \the Ses .
Superintendent "
Baptist Church of Starke. HOLINESS(1IURC1I '! sion of the Staike sbvtenan ''it - -i1-,; __ $ ct-J.. -..11t-!-.. -,<- _"JJ r- __.. __ __--. .. __ _<>-_ .t-"i' _"- .- -- -.,-->'..._---_--'- 0 ... :""""j".,'"J

; I! Church has annouiu <] The
('IIIICII: W JNSI'.S: CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m.
Church has named \\" U .ln T
OF LATTEK DAY SAINTS Morning; Service 11 a.m.
Jackson as Associate S'ipe' >" n'
Services each Sunday in old Masonic : Evening Sen-ice 7:30 pm. !i CORNED
tendent of the Suml.iv t hool
Hall on E Call St Sunday Prayer '..tf'f'tm'l'dnesaa.! ..
': which meets at (n,4.'lInl1av:
School 10 a.m. Sacrament Sei night 743 p m Sa"rdav; nigh ,
morning.. Morning \\1o,'i "hill'| ;e'-\
ice 6:30: p.m. Everyone welconv) 45! p.m
ice follows at 11 .1, u im < ,i Il)
--- 39ciEAsT39cF.
include a sermonn :11, ,1.''I|t .1 BEEF
WE'RE HERETO f i "Out of the Deep Th. \ .per.
i chimes service is i hrl.l?,, i>, t "nn
SERVE day at fi p m. All ;.11.I ,'! 'r
1 the seivices 12 Oz Can
with personalized< attention, complete: V
dependable fire insurance protection.. '

at a SAVING in cost through dividends. t/ St. Edward's ChurchSunday .. . '
v, n.J _-- .' ', .. ., --._ : :'-_,_ ''-'' -. ',- _, : '. ,'. ,- '. -. :: -,-: -- '- -'.:--. --': f ",m'm'ORANGES .: .
m I Mas at !n 1: a In

CONNER & GAY HI US FOR TNI i' Weekday Mass 7:30; : a n Lib Bag Lb

INSURANCE AGENCY >AMWUTOYOUftINSUKANCI Children's Kejstone Class Heights Wed1: '11' ;i' m 5 29C' BOLOGNA 29C.

NEBS (Women's Club'

116 N. Court Phrone2S3; Sunday Mass 1t. :3rd, nth Sun

_. "- .' ''!I\-': .. ..'... .. ".'-c'T,)-I-: C'. -;':.-".'-- j'-Ji- "'r.-.-""- .I'I;i'111 7:30 Confessions a.m.pmChurch.2nd and before 4th;al Sun! lo1"'s"' -i mi APPLES[ Good Cooking 5 Lb Bag 49C SA 'USA S G E Bulb Lb 39C

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Sunday School of God 10 a in. Morning Lb Bag / Hunts

__ Worship 11 a.m. Evening GRAPEFRUIT 5 21C CAT SUP 140z 11C
_II I I 1-- ------- Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service .
!j Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 7:30; : Thursdax
Phones Office 2:51: t Pastorium 130 p.m.I.a\\ley Delsey 2 Ply For Per Ctn $1.08

'J Sunday I Sermons_ _J : 11:00 A.M.:II -- 7:30 I --P.M.------ I I Sunday Worship School 11 a.m.10 YPE a.T> Morning Serving TSS 6 6 S S SUE E 2 13C C I GAR E T T ES

Sunday School} !9:13) I; A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Saturday, 7:30: p mr .
Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.: I
111 I __ -- ------- I
-a-spnserrtflflseeMorning II
: Service "The Word of Life in Prophecy" : N

Evening Service -- "The Way of the Flesh": F sv* Picnic HAMS


2G6-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays-

., '." ... ,, W 3 LB CAN LB. PURE BLACK 2 For

,.. ,*. A LJ S

\\'. have started tuiliHibrok\' {

ing our Hereford bull whwh'r'
C 4 plan to enter in the shoat T HEAVEN! :' _
C MISS 4 na next spring. There ,,- H 'lot. of ._ : ::. .:." _'.. _H ,_ __H '- ': '" -.. -- :.. _' _:.. _" ::_.- ,..: ":'__>_U-_, :_ -_ :-_ -_ :, # _" -_' ::, ;"" :'-.f io ,.,io.r-'" -, f l'4
4 t'amingand hard \\ Irk > yet

(Hear this message by Pastor Hob dray.; Sunday :4 the' bull ready for the h"\\ Lb Jar Dixie Lb S4.0S
7:30) p.m. on life's greatest topic at the: :.. We are procedure now spuming:imMI| ,!(w-havea amentary : > .' I i APPLE JELLY 2 24C FLOUR 1 0

Church team in this to eiitei t i 10 '!iistnct 'f
I E First Baptist Hampton ;. contests. '/3
Located SiMiles South of StarkeC = We continued om .ig h i I"''I? I q 1 Pkg

4 repair program by putt.t; : ci' : I "IPANCAKE FLOUR 16C COCA COLA6BottleCtnl1CDelmonte
>: Bible School! 10 a.m. Don Hill, Superintendent = some porch colun.us. rt-n1,1; Jig
B.T.l' at (;:30 p.m. Frank Williams, Director
C broken glass and paint!:mt;
t "Hour of Power', Wed. S p.m.E .... Rep.n'! .

E $ NURSERY OPEN: 9 =. Addresses Of Interest 303 Can c 0 l E 0 Lb 19C

"The Church Where Everybody is Somebody"The i W II Haves, I ha ngl' "! ci 0 1 PEACHES E S 21 ,

('iitnpbi; K>. to Biuok.Owen ."
J. Phillips U; \F1446706 -
... :;. 6332nd Mali'1," Stan, :, / Corned Beef Per Can Cloth Bag Lb $1.69

Box 462::!, APO :239:!; rn.i:[ ate! HASH 33C FLOUR 15
CHURCH of CHRISTLocated when
PM, .4m Francisco. ('ah: yon buy
S. Sgt. Doyle ('1'1'6 06th
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1 Block We-it t at Hi-way 301 on State Farm Road Scty. Fit., Box 210 APO 193. 3 uu-: : '' -- _-____' ___O'____.,".-' -.'._1..uh.JBath --- "- -.._' _" ;" -'_-' -,---,--"--->--- --->,> -',. --.- ,:'iL--- -- __- '
care PM, New York N Y
! -10 A.JI.-u A.M.-6:30 I. .-7:30: PM 1. St., Brunswick, Ga. Size or

Chas. Wiggins ('alii|> '.-n'al' S TEA K
WEDNESDAY-7:301'.11. '
Sect.. Bldg. 15 Mai me Bi",t KS. STEW
Camp LeJeune. N. c
HEAR "Herald of Truth"EACH I .
S. Sgt Perry J Kmp AF142S46S ANY CUT

30 Aircraft R. !pa l.r Squn
APO 147 care PM. f'Y .'k. C

W PlQ} ( 8:30:: A.M. WC.GG 1:00 P.M.: N. Y.Pvt.. S.- LB LB cI
55 2
Lemuel S. Will.am: H ; -
AIM OF THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST 9446. Co. I. 61st Rt''th/ Inf
It U our aim to further a 1n0\ement t'oI1lIJri..in'bunhI'/ Div.'., Ft. Jackson. S C

and indhlduaU, for a complete return to ChrMianii a> it was H. P. Hoerig. 281" :N t>:: :St I large(j P k g. 19C . __ __ _, _
at the Ix'ginnini Milwaukee 10. 11'tsMrs. w- --- .. -, .. '
E. F. Cail, 32: *. Hi" 'rnE'Lane. or

Hence.Y 1. For the] STAND Bible 11..: the all-sufficient Nlandard of faith and Charlotte N, CMrs giant pkg. 5.C Van Camps Lge Can
,, flC CHILI 33C
.. J. W Prather 1' J" c >range I
prartU-e. Ci( Peter 1:3): 2. For the unity of all bdie\(' on theN Grove Ave S. i i'I". u-ua
that "the all might In- '
>\\ Testament lusix Our Lord Ilrat'd ) Calif.

one THAT T1IKOKLl: ) MAY BKIJKVK": : : (John 1':1-' 6)). .
Mrs. E Freeman < !h t-je.! 'm.Bethpage.
This prayer makes the union of His people esscnti.il to the !salxa- L. I. to 22: H,il! P. ad | For
tion of the world. S. For the rejection! of all lll'MAN: creels, Farmingdale. LINY .

(doctrin s, an.rroinnundments. and the acceptance of the Hi\ind.- Sgt. H. Q. Overstreet ':27th'

rexealed creed., "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the Lhin? God.: FBS. APO 65. Box 114 ale PM,

4. For the mlnistr) of all the church e\ery member in different N Y. N Y. \ 67C 8 Oz !l For

supM| >rt spheres! of the,church doing/ that l"y tlhe for church which ,they only.are Only fitted.those 3.who For haeolirjed the St.E Clearwater.D. Patray.Fla 12oi\ R. \ : ds 1 giont t pkg. RUT AB A GAS S s APPLE JELLY 15CE

Don E. Champion. Ca: 5 R ()?e-
the fiospel ha\e the tlut) and pri+liege! of contributing
wIt, Rt 5. Box 429. CV.Ua! Fla or
to its treasury. Mrs E. H. St. Johr BLX 141 Per Ctn $4.33
(We shall bo happy to furnish you with the answer to any Hawthorne. Fla. E 2 lurye pkgs. 49C MUSTARD PRINCE ALBERT I

inquiry ronoerninK a "lUMe qu..tlon".) T. H. Wadsworth, Box 7; :: Bun-

\'mR.; \\,IU'UT: : ALL 01' THE SEn"lrET nell Fla.

Tilt ('lll'ftCN.: \'. A. Rogers Jr. chan .-. from ., .. ..,1 .
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Field to 2643 Southern .. '
MacDill : ,. ,_ . -. '-- .-a__'_c____ .. ..---' -- ''- -)!; --7
Ave, South Jacksonville Fla. '

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I I I }'RlD \Y. f)}) F\IIU.H I 1.. I .:.

Ben 6. Rowland I ITo 'I i, Elks Memorial I Funeral Sunday :Rotarians Hear -I City .in charge of arrangementMr. I -- ----- -- --

Head MasonsBen I I I Services Sunday I For M. RhodenMathew I Prof. Martinson I resident Brannen of Union was County a ,htt\\Mi-h>lon! ';

The Starke Elks was a part of Bradford COlin: m
,. Lodge Florida's greatest raw materialis
solemn tribute to three V. Rhoden. 61. died at I his younger days. He s t-". .-d
electedof its young n.en and women andp'ery
Rowland was nder1r.1dJ
B. Starke I| members during annual rites his home: near Heilbnmn Springs effort should be made tc'j' Union County as sheriff: : 'n

the I ': last Friday morning. He had 1921 to 1910 after which h. h -
Worshipful taster Sunday afternoon at 3 keep them in the state by giving |!
annual been ill for several and had II came associated .
at the with Exalted Ruler E. M. days them | with the \Y.: >n
Lodge opportunities to make
:Masonic held 'here lon- returned home from a Jacksonville Life Insurance Co. of Lake (t" \
officers presiding.L. ( living at home.
of This was the
election hospital just a short while i I He died suddenly last F. F. Chapman message brought to Rotarians
day I1ight. atc thisBarksdale' before his death. j afternoon as the result .
| : aI
elected I of the State Prison delivered j Wednesday by Prof. Earl P. j
Other offlcers. Mr. Rhoden was born in Baker' MarI I heart attack at his ho11': 1I n\ )f
Robert memorial address: before tinson head of the industrial
] J
tIme were J. \\ .; I County on :May: 7. 1SS8, the son of Lake Butler.Connell d
Fields audience that included the engineering 00
11 department at the | va
S. \\ Chas. C. A. the late Berryman and Nancy i i uest'
; ilies and friends of the i, University of Florida The speaker .

Futch E 1lernwall'P Cretan"; Cowen members. The services were Bradford Raulerson County Rhoden. more He moved than 40 tc was introduced by Judge E. K iI I Elected .

Sewell. J. D-: ". to the public. :Mr.: Chapman Perryman who had charge of the Worshipful MasterOf
L. ,
S. D.. Cecil years zgo and became a successful .

O. Webb chaplain; R. C.S.Buford P. M years member, was of assisted the order by Rev.for L. I I farmer. program.Prof. Martinson said' that thereis Waldo Lodge !@ Libbys White Cream Sty '
S S Austin Fender. ; Surviving are his wife. :Mrs: i
Shepherd who is a member of an
ever-increasing demand
Barefoot Tyler; Jack F. I Stella Robinson Rhoden of Starkp; for I Ted R. Connell wa.u 1 : .j.jI i iI ll I
lcComb'l Starke lodge. engineers in all fields of business'and I \ No. 303 cans
Marshal. three sons. Owen W. Rhoden I Worshipful Master of \\' i:d/<\< I I' COR 1 ;
These services are held annually industry and urged Rotarians'to 34C
The nw officer- will Jacksonville; Clarence F. Rhoden. I Lodge No. 10. F. & A M '1' "- \ 1 1 I
on the first Sunday try and interest more young'men
stall d Dec 22. Wichita Kan. and Lonzi Rhoden annual election of officer ,.'
December by all Elks lodges Starke in the opportunities offeredin last .'. _
BirthsMr : one daughter. Mrs. Elsie Friday night. Others < n _
Recent the U. S.. under a mandate this field. j''at n
Mae Underhill Starke: a brother. this time were:: C. C IV: "- .
the Grand Lodge of the Order. I Earlier on the the -
and :Mrs.: J. Z. Anders an- Newton Rhoden. Delray Beach; Rotarians program S. W ; Tom Darus. J. W H'I L -A&P

nounce the birth of a daughter I j' CARD OF THANK". and three siters.Irs.: :: Lillie were subjected to a | Griffin. secretary; Dick (:' .' '

Guyetta Ann November 26 in I wish to thank my Johns Tampa; Mrs. Lou Bertha singing lesson by Larry Gibson treasurer. fJ

the \larhua General Hospital. j friends who have extended Thomas. Jacksonville: and :Mrs: who had said the Board of Directors'. There will be an open r."' }! GRAPE JUICE 24-oz hotEIGHT 2yC
issued a V
the i\ .
M': > and :Mrs: Russel Thomas of kindne-.s and gifts of \\(' Eva James Norfolk Va. I tion on Saturday. Dec7:: (

announce the birth of a daughter. and cards during my recent (' Funeral services were held Sun- improved.vocal efforts The of the club must be1 be I I J 8 p.m. in the Waldo Lcul;.:ei fL'1iU i; \. t\-.i t

da;iv afternoon in the Union Prim- lessons will II The public is invited. aJlildtft _
born Decembei: :J a' Dcxtor'sI fmemeru in the hospital Dori1 i -
I >t f'':.. Baptist i Church of which he continued until the club ran hold
Clinic Hospital! ( Mrs Ralph I EeguP.I1'IIIII1:1)
its own in this department. l ilntl '
'. .t I n a member Interment was Gibson n.IIULE!
- said. II ) ,
Dval 1 Cemetery under the I St. Edward's Altar Societ\! \\il'I:'! I 1 I
ALVARE1'Men s ('Jothin,,rr I dill'/ 11"11 of DeWitt C. Jones. Names were drawn for the annual haa bake sale Saturday. Dry < : '
i i
hed 1S9t j I I Adivo Iallhparf'rs're Clayton Christmas party and gift 13. m fiont of Barksdale'sNOTICE .. '. to.:: ; t l I I 1 1 ( 1 1 '

i (', ::1\\,1/1. We-lev Crews Lonzi exchange which will b<> held at !I O'CLOCK .1<".,'".'.'.

-. ririmtr .1. B'hite.. Adam the regular meeting on Christmas I ;p - -

(;'IMMMI. .in.l l P r> Reddish Eve. / COFFEE EIGHT
C'S .a aoo TfO i .' \ I i \ \ \
SERVICE I President II. P. :Morgan Q.CLOCKIb
I Edmond Dewey Ward that the Starke club still Is Itl'rf'h'n that application aQ cc O'C.' SALAD DRESSING .
pint 19c
has the \\a made on the 30th ,Iaof \ Caffee
edge on the Keystone :'f ...... ";
Dies In AlabamaEdmond I C "'I'"' I
p Rotarians in the attendant eon OCO MT ]fl.)!. It) the 11t c..t I'rn : --
ZENITHRADIO II i test now being conducted. He I'nion Telegraph ('..111 Ia ft.\ tt: t 1(11.1)( ) 'IL\1.)
[11'1'Ward.. 41, died nil"
I urged members to keep up the the I'cileral ('ommmiicatimisCommission .
U'e good work and not let the forthcoming 5 s 49c
'n :Montgomer\ Ala after a short: to lose) this of

illness holidays interfere: with attendance fice. If the application i- Kvlherk :21! I (OI I Ph-c.

t andTelevision I' Mr Ward was born Doc 2S, at IllfpllI1gs grantPd. .uhtilute.Pri(4: i millie CORN MEAL 21 c ION .\ 1. l'. (HAI.MIS: )

Sales } IPOS. In Columbia County. HeI William Prevatt t a\ailalilc from 8:3111.) : Ire No 2 1-2 can
moved Lake Butler
six yea? C
I : : '
and Service ago to Montgomery, where he Died Thursday; S P.M. Moiida) through! atur- f Dixie I.ih'!' Hnminl'l. I O/. 1'ku.
I day and from 9 .\.M.: tu I 11.11.:
weeee eeeefe,. operated a bakery.Surviving Funeral GRITS ut |H{ o\\\
TodayWilliam and 3:30: P.M.: .u .):311( I'.M: on 21

224 :\. Temple Ate. Phone 166 I Hovie Morgan are Ward his widow; one Mr son.". Prevatt 77. lifelong Sundays al the loch DriiMori" ? TEA /1-2 Ib package 37c

I Woodv. and) a daughter Elaine; resident of Starke. died Thursday : located at corner of Call Kath's I 12:! Ol.) Can
j his parents. :Mr.: and Mrs. D. morning at the home of his daughter : and Court( :Mrcrts (same loca LUNCH MEAT 39c XNNIfutb's

1"I. '. Lloyd Ward of Lake Butler; four. just north of Starke. lion as our present offtct'I.)

- brothers Iranian and Roger II was born at IingsleLake., .\II) IIIc'lIIll1'r of 1 the public ,ile KETCHSOP ?14 oz bottle/ 19c

i Ward.! Jacksonville, and Noland Dec 28 1875 the son of the late siring to protest or support the Raths; SlicedDRYED 2 1-2:! Jar37c

I' nd, C'1t'atl1s Ward Lake Butler: Frank and Anne Moore Pic\att. dosing) of this office max co'iim.inicate .

md four sisters Mrs Esther Carr and was a member of the Kings 1 in uritiui i nit h tin BEEF! OLEO Nuf/ey //b

; lid :MrDorothy Lee. both of lc>' Lake Baptist Church. J't'tkral ('onuiiunieations ('oin' 19c

lwksol1vlllt. missionashington.. '*... U.I ( .
: and :Mrs: Lavonda .. '
Surviving are six daughters Hreakia.slSflOSAQE t Ol.) ( an ,
FOK SAf.r: -Soimp .t...-red l, \irrdeen : : : "fi.n Ripplinger and :Mrs.: Clara Faye Mrs. Pearl GriffH Starke Mrs on or ln'fore December 211.!( \ MUSK( I'HEMIISALT8NES: ( I
.1ngu. tm:' tl in >"'' MMtKir: III{ :1.1' 11'11'1:11I : ; .'
12 t-I.I' 12
tfulfil\ ..l T t Iilllil: llallK i III l 1 \\ i..t.L I'.\ Vt\-; ,i i I. '" J..., Hazen. of Lake Butler Willie! Moody Graham; Mrs. Edna 37c
.... ,.. lib I
Iran ll.i\ I li -i I 'i r ""I 1 pkg
"n i ; I..artl i I. 11""I" I ill' 1. lIi'[ I Mil i! 21c
Funeral sen-ices will be held in Norman. Jacksonville and MrMagdelme .
l f. .I.I I: \\ :: "
> \1 hi".1. i 'i- I 1"I \i-| I i I' i ii g1.i n ,
Farm r..ul. lit -'. I I.n 7'!, Si.ukr.Fla ?, in...u ami 1'i.Miu.,,a, nn I.. (ii.i.d;. hum i the First Christian Church of Starling. Highland W.\ C. T. U. .gar :C-I"{ : 01.) (
it 12
tl ;!
1w"rKlllg: i ti Liotu. paida 'ans'I
Lake Butler and interment will be two J. T.
rations, ri-tiri-nifiit JK-IIMOII plar I sons Prevail. Starke. \1' j \MHIV:
KOIl 1JKXT Xr wly l tlfioratttl dos n-I insurance and nth. lifnfifiiv ; Dekle Pemeten Time for theservice and Leonard Prevail Lawtey o.nTilt: : :\1.\\ UIK LM&l MEATr : l.oa

>-tairupartnunr. i-l-i-iri. rrfrig-1 I .' age. "XI"'ri"lIe", other di tail has nut \-t\ In en an. two brothers, jw Prevatt Bean 1'11I"\1\'" UK; |11\| .... \ ( |..KRi : COHN MEAL Sibs
eratoi piixate bath an.l light- invnrlnK t') 19c
I'rujii <.nlrall..... $.:'i per| mouth' ii i.. \\ IU: \ 14 hint ed (Y\,t :and! Mitch Prevatt Waiichulafnii : ('() ( .\ i: it \ .. o\i.\ .\
311 \\' \\asiiiiKti| I in'hi; \\1"\ 1.1I\1.c.IIIII'III\: : < o.Hrnttrr I'OOIJ Ml MOin
Arrtut'n IIf sisters!' Miss Mira Prevattiri'1 t SPEGiA I -
II. Ur .t ltu> "|alhnt ': II. I : L
CI1P.IST.MA.S\ roTKKKS.!; : huff r..d', Jark.nutIlr( I'ln. William F'liit"' Ii"" I ; I "," l Mrs Coleman Moslev, both I ( mi ( iiuiv! j \ \ 1 1.1't.i K: c) v i mi: lull SE: r.\ APOIIATKDNN : )

nr holds t.Il'k ieteitio-1 puppirr.until. Small\nias deposit'Mrs| v! \ixl.: $',.11X11 t 1'1' \ iv. 'I" I U rifle.i ,iII' 1'1fe'adp t : ; Mrs Emma Man: I. LLFFIN: I MIL I [K( tall
.. cans
Mary Fox la..2. tux 911, (iainesille Full :' part tmif TiU i1' i 1 i Winter Haven and MrLea WilS"P 40c
\ :; miles South i>f I'liuit.ity'M : Ir' I tt. t's I L.rg'-t .II'uc||' ii-| 1"I "
(.' on Koutc 91 i. alp ; ....Iuy a.ll..rti.-. ,I I.I' I'II' F'I': : 1 ,"" : .. .: "'. Waiuhula.: and) 4" grandchildren : "
12,211'I I '' :.IX1-1! :!: Xn; in\.-ini. rat Ul.i I.'. \ I'AE( ;
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KOH HoXT-II."iruhl. t: room fui-1; "'up"IM\ \
nlhhrd apartment ..1..11'1<. kiirlif i, 1.1 l l: :MI.IH... M 1. I.'I, u.t'hl. ,". IANOSNEW Funeral services will btheld RKUSTKRKI; ) "j) "
new l uro-Therm luatii. Mi- t I u in the Oak Grove Baptist Church oz glass/ l1c
CarlV>'II II, take .lift dill road on'
Call St. bruise. 1 mile t" Apart-1 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMATTRESSES SHIPMENT this afternoon Friday I at 2:30o'l'ol'k : BRAHMAYEARLINGS Jane Parker -

mentiKii tfihK I I Jl'ST ARRIVEDWe with ReD. L. Griffs Yeast Raised Glazed

)0'01: HiXTC.md. business building OF ALL KINDS officiating Interment will follow SWANSON Boneless Chicken
321:! TemphAM' on 1I.h\\.IY. 3IHMrj I
Have StK-k of
Maude. :Motl.aim ;111,11'.1'1 I HENOVATED1fi3 Largest in the ihimh cemetery under'

or rear of binUlint 4tp I- '2; Fine Pianos in C'enlral 'the ihro tion 1)1> D..Witt, C Jones Ib

\VK iI':1'.tiit 11..11 HI.'. .dualAi Florida lie fRICASSEE can
any DONUTS 53C
|>i an. s 01 1.111.:0.: .;..\\ ,a 11,1IIt..l / c.), .{fI.1 ;" FOR SALE
Wiley Brannen
idl..s. a ul .pphrm! t..rh.lh -1'l NEW AND rSEI I
\\ Kliilrii.tl .XpplialliiKII : U tit;ti I
4"i I '. n. ,'..IIr, Vt 4'n I. 12: FUH ITUHE I Fully Reconditioned t Buried SundayFuneral Bulls $150 I

SVAXTKIGraduate Hcens'tJ: practical for nurse general or I Kfirpliolstrred and Easy Terms Free Ieli\ery seivjees for Rev WileyS Heifers $200 p MEAT SPECIALS

duty Poctor's Cllllr lln.pttal KeflnisludHASTINGS i
301 \\-. fall St Iark... Fla tf RUIOLPllVILIJ.1MS Brannen. 67. were held Sunday (ql It K I FROZEN

I 'MATTKESS CO. I tfteinoon at 3:30: o'clock in Ml GREEN GIANT
FOH SAI.i: >" x s' x Hi" ,'..n- PIANO) CO. CHICKEN
rreti L'Ir.k lx.. .rarh Plenty of \ BII230: I'alatUa Fla. Marion Street South Xinii Primitive Baptist Chuiili, "f GIZZARDS H 25c

Molt.11 :Mix and ,'..m'1 Itiadfoid 1. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU ... ,, Maurice Edwards, Jr. Large Sweet
KnKineeriiiK: ''ompanv: Phono' Lake City, Flat I 41111\ he was pa-t r Riin.il! \\ t-

94 tf I i.r.r j. n OIIOM. JK Idtllninl| | : <<< .nd.\, i,\' 'r :'h! Starke. Fla. I ( ( l.; HRVNI)

KOI! KKVTKuiiitsh(:. :: ,.,! .....ttaB'th -. t ('.\'II iu.iM\, 111.1: MM IKX.S.. \\ .' I-I: .:',.' i d! II''",'> .: I. S tuSAGfP Pork
t ImmP. .mil firth wuharil ;| -Stl.is-: Ib 3Qc PEA S SRE'D
\ t|hr.'"- and four room. ,q'..rI. I.itr i flak l'icli: 1lydnr.dnninr.lllk' _. _W.. _a yk _k yk __M.. ..... ..... .. _ --
n lnHf mixlcrn in.. dr-irul rnmrnfrnrr I..a.All ..- (; I'ni'li: l'rbla.I'RUTCI'T -44d '44 4444' ':4.'_4 .' r .43. ,:44I "ky .. 4, -..;4J4e s8..e".:3.e.+,Ai

\\ :Madisnn. Slarke! tfi.rouinr YOU: SCCriMTHFireproof : Es::; FROZEN' :
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Prot.-to! Seurit\ I\It. \ 8-oz 2 for 25-
India; l'urm,,%nv I' PERCH Ib can,
beautiful large till '
hei\v !! M -! / F FILLETS 3 c
>"rrj I I box {1025:! plus tax. I'.r.ulf: : II. '. I' ...:r
A ,.1 l futility Telegi.ipli roe C
; nits luani-hfil and1'11 can
-J:I : ". '1:,.. .. 'I 1..11 T\\P\HU "'HE 11 t tGrapefruit
.:.".. .." ; ,port Tim P.U>tFT-)IIXII i ; !?::' i:- d I. MANICURE SETSCOLOGNE IIIJCY| P\'I\I-I( : )
f 1,0'! .11. -T..i and $1 e.u. Iillrlrtritrrr 100 KiiKi.tx.iiidditig In\i'i" I Old Spice Sets for Men
trnlrn (.nrd.-nsI'uil'nf -
Knrl. ('...lliiisf. trolls mi fin. raj"I'I\' i' |e. OYSTERS pint 89c
:.,x 16N. tarlt'tt'n.t'la.. i.nlv SlSt! ; Uradfurd it'Uii'xI
j I Telegraph 1 ( ;-ILETTE and S( 'HH 1\ ........................
SI I' \\1-TII'--l'laln: : : : '"..whi: :and Helena Rubinstein
.s. i"n-. Satisf.irtii'ti\ Kiiaran- I RADIOS RF.PAIRKD: I I' la. trade .1. Dresv-ed and Drawn

'. it I' .. r..iiiiialil.) Mrs. Ert'rtt III lnke \ll Iludrl.Ira.unahle White ell' ELECTRIC RAZORS HORMELS
,,' 1'1' -, ..It. ". mils from Stark.- i-h.ircr :. ,... .. Minx FRYERS Ib
I" Iutl.r 1Ilh\\dY i ('ii \ C'. "IIII: >IIIII\)
e'l' 12 ':!!t1 '"=.1 W. fall .t. lnrkr. I'h. :. With Beans
Evening In Paris Sets Yardley Shaving SetsSPARKLERS

A" '1'1'1'I 'i\:- Tub.ii.r.. (irowels I TURKEYS READY Come
'I ..1 II 1. liniuillet f.r Cara Noma Sets I'i PRODUC SPECIALS I
.. Opal's Turkey Farm Florahome
: I..0 to seed andeed b dj(I If
i :2tp 12 !I' Fla. for a nice voting turkey Bill q..4 I INF I: (l ll'.t1.IT1 CHI L I
Folds with
1'i-iSi: :j Minis: : \\\ST.It--L..a\'lnlf your special dinner. Visitors welcome ] Zippers t''
lOc 15c & 25c Box
:\1. t. l Stark "n 2 nth returu- per 8 pounds 33c
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{ bedroom hmi"pin- i.! 1..1: All .\ COMPLETE( : LINE OF
to ,9-2nt,6:! 2. hI I:,. 1'I I1 f..r $6.IIMI (Phone ls:I.\\ or \\' Stationery 79c FRESH Jl (il'1( SWEET: :
1 .t. \\'. I'rathrr. 1020 Orange <;r\' % ..
F' 1. :- \1| I: -411 > .uni II. l lled I Air South Pas.drna 'ilif ., Gift Wrappings, Paper Oranges 5 CARNET
"'bL.' plllUts Se t' K I r.llil I GIFT; BOXES OF pound hag 23c
x s2; I: 5t.t1'kr.: : Up{ "RA'.E m"XIHI.OW f..r UKVTJ ::
:! t.....r..nm. modern tile! l ha: th.irntral a. Ribbons Seals Ornaments I
Flu \l': Cigarettes and ,
l>,- i bl I l.nnille: .+nkr1. I i.l owner L.tLiiiK' in.ihaxi ui.tpl thing fiirni-h.il hPhting..il'r..,,1.:r.lv.! ,-r\' Cigars l S. :NO. I WHITE
exi-opt 4> In''lI!
t.t pat fur Ih... ad ; ,
UK and III| nub I.ixing' ri.niTi <1'n> tie. ki'ih '
.K 1 tlmiK .U lli.ulf.'id i' 'unt> ptn'rier\' large: "'nl"I- Xi>;> TOYS GAMES CHRISTMAS CARDS POTATOES 10-lb. bag 49c
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F 1:1\1'-I: I: I',pi. HII. furnished 4- .
.-II\ ..puun..nt, .' .. .. I'SlL
ui.-t.urs. ( II> p.t !Ful 1: SVI.i; :--Onl'i in p-niJ I RITTERS FANCY
Nunally's i
fir"t $.'n lakes 11. Tiniuii'> .t CELERY
\ i I I I' I'r".u..lI'll'.''. or -.onrrt.ke Br.lllr..11 I''n T"I.tph.! :: lt'h, \\lll HE large stalk lOc
i 1. i art- of mothvr anJ I L I Large New Jersey

M ,'' MiJ :M Mil dlO'Ii. Si>:2V.. ,. .Ki'P. :';.\1.1-: -- :Mexnan; Chhllt1w.: CHRISTMAS WRAPPED I SANTA S CLAUSCANDIES S SOR
I n St. .. '.
Itohg t I Ie" ; ""lIl'llIl'| | recl:: 'Lrrrd..L ix!; \v..l} .II \ FRESH
I I'I" IT. \\ 11 (Ml LI\ I '.11'
1.1' 'I.. ', f..t S." \.1 1 ids He. .'h' :I-hn.l- I'.1 I d I.\\'n I..I% n"lIt P \l h \.ED( I
'i. \l11. Ik! i I.al tii..i.tnt < ;',u. nt' Ui-Igh tliutlt 4 poll 1.1'n.! STRIfiGLESS BEANS/ BLUE BERRIES
.'...N n... ah-. r-i uiu \\ iii.l !H rwo frmab.s 1..ft :Sun 'e> 'I I. FOR MAILING FREE S 15c
tt.ul. i
in 1..1' Fi edi'r t'atI .txailable. I K: E ileitz: ; i
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: h.> "'1.1_It v r With Pare ( loth

l*- I i. 'I'1. :,,: hildren'' K{litL"F.Hm with. .-'c' !rat! Breeze //5 3-4 oz can C
i Oistiire peoan leers .thrr Painstaking 'arc and large pk
< .n "Mi.! r w.'ik- ..' ..h""- Will 1 ', leers Modern .1 room hi'ii,e. !barn Professional Skill are an integral partof .,. .29c 31
i x M I :Mrs I' M I. Kuhn. other binldinB' .;tu,>d ttt- Bath -
v 1'.lltL_Upl' iheap for rash PO R,+x :! every Prescription we compound for you. Our Prescription Soap

F. '. ..\"- 'urnlh.3.h0Irooll1 s'rrke. lI Service is available allY hour of the day or night. Telephone Lifebuoy, bath bar, 2 for 21c
h _
ti-ul.uiin heatri and fir.ktrgr FUR SM.K-Huiw trailer jtood -- -
l.i wn. thre.. blinks all aluminum l94Sleeps .. "61 Day "SSl-J" (Ocean of Suds
.1 j.\\ n t"WIl lle.isi'ii.tl.l. Mrs. i* foot. nf\\ paint jra" r\ SightMITCHELL'S
.I l I-wling. Sr ;,3; \\s. Tall ,'le< tne retngrrat.: .r and ,,'. Tide, large pkg. 28c
01 "..r' .' (phnnilit-.I 1_ hath Mr M.-li j ...r. -.tT.. Thomai _- --.__ Prices, in t this. ad t-lfi-i ine J t thru ...."I.,
l.ul1Ih..r 1'11 Itoh Shortening
K II-\T-.ur: room fnrm-hi-il i Dec, I :;Uh.

'. wi'h. .,.! bath IS mile, eati.uk. : FOK KENT-F..ur room furnishrre Crisco, 1 Ib. can 31c I.
-I i>n highway 16 inqulN' house, elertr.kitchen: and
lliain Silcox Itp water on King-Iex I.ak. H Floating
1'1..1'. Uoute 1. Starkf. lip Soap
.F' 'ill.M.I: : I Ivory
-U4 d (alt'1 ton truck.I' Ige. bar 2 for 25c
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N body deluxe cab. duel I The Store "
WANTS E1IPLOYME\'T: AI 1 Where You See Your Prescription Filled
u h. new Would Hk", ..
hOust'k..pfr."rn. MrH.i I Toilet Soap The r.Tf'attJant)(' and Pa<'lflc Tea ('II.
i IS.tdr for vwaller truck. Orangrr Johns c'o Mrs Mamie I

uut. .i r Highway ael at H imp toni itj' I General Delivery Starke.:TJI 1': 1"I II i' Camay, regular I bar 7c 500 East Call St.bR.DFORD .

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