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 19, 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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Uof ?, Li'braryflt Historv

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pd Official County Publication Established In 1S79STAKKE.

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r i New Recommendations For Hospital : y'# -- 1(:alvin Blount Begins

I Board Of Trustees Made Here Friday 4 I t- l r Fen Year Sentenceame

I Recommendations for a fi\e-member board oi trustees

|I to guide the destinies of the proposed Bradford County Hospital -I .<. Term Given To Bill Cain In

I were made at an open meeting of the nominating committee -

I I I held in the courtroom last Friday afternoon at 3 ::30 I

1 o'clock. i Arson Case; Broughton And Star-

Selected by the committee forrecommendation ;-

--- to the Governorwere Guardsmen Plan I ling Are Committed To Prison

That happiest time of all tin- )ear Christmas holidays begins : % *: I II

today for tin 2,831; school chiiarm of I'.r.idford ('ount)". Every in- I
Charles Hardy. North Starke < .1 :!n 1 Edward Blount. 15; year old Lawtey youth. v\i.-
li\idiiul <. a-...room. at least in the? "'li'iii -niar>' :grades, has Its o\\n four term __
year : Christmas PartyThe : I ,\ !ifii year sentence in circuit court here :Monday for t th<
Christmas Inv anl thrreon'll!be nimh It.\t: hook work :accomplished Cecil R. \YhUehead, Lawte
above'' !;i" -ii\; ing of his father E. :M.\ Blount last June 19.
in soho/.l this morning: ; fur il's Hir'-imas party time! Pictured three year term; l-, onimitted to the State'; .,

art some lnpj! :% *e >tJ. -:a.d!. '1"1.f' Vmcntan.ilii'l as theyniwd Zedra W. Hamilton, Brooker sixth anniversary of the re ,s* r ,iK.i\ i ford earls Thursday |

<' aroi.Tj a ('ari!!:)! :3r, san a -i symbol'mng: HItc.Christmas 'A-O year term; organization of the local National Ll :"I! Ii""n Three FreezesSet
Mrs Louise: Kite, South Starke Guard unit will be observed witha I
t.an.rL. \bo sentenced to ten years ,
,n" sear tenn; Christmas Party during the second Young Democratic Officers
:lloiuiawas\ Horace \Vashington'lHLIN6
1 'mde L. May. Hampton one half of the regular drill period'

.'ai term. I Monday night. 'I Pictured abo\e are officers of the \oiuii Democratic Hub of Bra.I-// : ('.\ JoS Back BerriesH.

\'fltingon all trustees was Wives and dates of the members 1 rord County which was recently reorganized here. First row ))tl..\'\"t:1)G..\I\:

r ,uiimnuwith the exception of of the company are invited. The!II |(II to rIad.) : Futch. first \'iee president. ; A. J. Thurn:,... .Jr.. president. ; at last t oaiue Thuis.it.

hiBmoker nomination where theM men have drawn names and there to (; Andrews. second vice By nnitual agreement !ht'-
: I':I. <) Haf secretary.' Standing ((1 r) iiiy from a three-da cold
"niittee :split 3-2. 1 will be an exchange of gifts, fol- teen Mate's Attorney' T. t;. j.mp th >:
i I president! ; and' Jerome Johns trt".a..urt'r.lthtlu h only a few weeksild.
Th> divided vote came when Sen.y lowed by light refreshments. Duncan and attorneys for the sent Floridians looking for ex'rt!
( the club already hat a total memlicrship of more than 1GO, making
K:. Johns, committee thairJ'lan'd Recent enlistments in the unit' defendant the se>'eral cases blankets and damaged the stat.
it one of the largest Young Democratic ('liii's in the state. i
in nhidi W.IHill \
r tn in nomination the are Vernon Reddish and Gerald ) : ) ) Douling winter vegetable
1 --- crop, even a> t r
: ". Hewlett S. Anderson as Gay. The unit now has eight vacancies -| appears! as defendant and

,,1.-'ee to !represent Hrookcr.tlii'iilton left, and any interested Confusion Over Slaughtering RulesIs n tutu wen* st for trial on south as the Everglades. Pra.tn" i''
ly all bloom and fruit
'. had previously been i young men are urged to apply for DrremlH'r 17. were continued( on Bra'it.-i

1 "lie I I anti it was announced I I enlistment at once. 1 until Jan. 6. 1953.! ; The new County strawberry acreage r", .

.1. ( ) HatTell, chairman of thei : lite was set by Judge Murhrw victim to the
Col. T. K. McClane announces' Clarified State Veterinarian cold, but this i i-. r'''
i here Monday mom In .
nf County Commissioners 1 | ::
that two medical officers, Maj. A. a loss as most gr.>II i -
.1 i :>ii nber of the nominating:
i; Y. Covington and Maj. J. W. : __ .j i believe it is best for the cr..j!) t

ht' I a ".r-t that choice Hamilton for the was Brownlee, are now drilling with Dr C. Paul Vick'i.st.it..' \-t-teniianan 'Dr.A.I: ilmie holt tlu "Lltle'as Cain, convicted of second degree : be "det back" at this stage ot !u\.
place! the local unit. They will be of later i 11'\ Iscd to exempt farmers '
was (cnnt-'iiing with interested arson at the fall term of circuit : Berries
; :::11!> MIR: of Brooker citizens. game. at Plant c.\:t
to the who their own beef
F1W great help company because in slaughter or court.
this week
1 Johns stated that he red of the sen-ices they render in giving -' pork. where the season was just g. t t'i-' i '.
ti.! right to make minor-. effort to clear a misunderstanding Others sentenced Monday by
: a 'an up under
physical examinations. In the' The only requirement the farmer way, were damaged al-1-.
1 n ;i"'rt! to the Governor con-' that apparently exists in Judge John A. II. Murphree were: ,
past there has been some meet in selling this meator
; j' difficulty must Tht' low .
Arlie reading on the ofn.! i
Broughton and! Calvin
t the vote this slaughtering -
: on the Brookei: county concerning
in securing examinations without meat products is to attach a tag weather station thermometei i I.
Starling confessed arsonists. five
undue delay but with a medical regulations.Dr. to it stating that: "This is to cer- [ cated at the State Farmers Mark i

!A :; T I -e. 1 11\\' provides that the Gov. officer on hand during drill nights.! Vickers stated that Regulation tify that the animal from which years each retroactive to last here was 25 degrees both Moiula

makes the appointments oi f it ijj believed that the problem of 11 of the Meat Inspection Act this meat or meat product w& July 23. j I and Tuesday mornings. Th.' l low

'i.j_ hospital trustees. There is n<) prompt physical examinations for provides that farmers who have an produced was. to the best of my Carl Cone, convicted at the'' reading Wednesday

t *_ ,litton that he shall b(! applicants will be solved. i excess of either beef or pork may judgment healthy at thfe time of fall term of court of automobiletheft 26.9. morning \\.1'

!.'il l these animals without five years.Broughton .
by recommendations fron 1 The local has slaughter slaughter and was slaughtered by !
company many
".54 lUre in his subject to state u spectionor Wednesday's cold was a. eu:,'
making selec- calls from applicants over 18 1-2 being me on my farm in a sanitary man- and Starling were
us. other regulations, and sell the ner." These tags are available committed to the State Prison panied by a heavy white frost th.i'
Here of
mi-led a ul'iiosf ev TV iIasiders \ years age. but the men they are blanketed
All members of the nominatin meat or products made trom the without cost at the office of the Wednesday morning by SheriffP the ground almost lilt
;? most interested in ,
room Ilil- t t. T in :Mis :M id"! (- :MioMIeton's: enlisting aret 1: snow before the
'!1. ;' (' were present at las those under that The meat to any retailer in any city county agent in the argicultural D. Reddish. sun genertit..tenough !
r"Iull" C.:1: ticorat- age. reasone heat to melt it
: 'i\ 's meeting including th, is these will : that does not have its own munici- building at Starke. | Cain was released under a.. away.
remain -
pares to L ,I 'nit.l %. pal ordinance requiring city or those $5,000 bond Winter cabbage and other gi. 11.\
i I i.:: Senator Johns' Commis with the company without Commercial slaughterers superseadeas pending

-.- __ I II 11'11. I{t'p. Doyle) E. Con-J I being called by Selective Service state inspection. ':;.who buy animals from another outcome of an appeal to the State were damaged here, but th. *
tent of the loss has not'been .
L T .1 I--hns. chairman of thi e and the training they will receive' Some confusion has existed here source for resale are requiredto Supreme Court I mated. s i
t t\ (r< loul Board. and E. L.I. ''in a three-year training cycle will ever since the 1951 Legislature have their products state inspected Cone was likewise released Florida
M.t'theusPhi' ': give the unit a trained specialist authorized the State Livestock before sale Services of under $1l)()() -niperseadeas bond, citrus dd:n
crop came through thei
in- i-iint! ; w.is also attend.,,1 1 for u-e in .tny 'inergenc> of a Sanitary Hoard, to set up a new an inspi-ctoi may be obtained for pending an appeal. undamaged

civil code of slauahteim. I lesjulations $10) da"i. ] $."-. tor half day Young Blount's attorney stated
b\ a Ktit: ;< jroiip of intere.stei(::1 nat ii ye. or in < as,' the unit is per

cit tzi'tk ( alkj 1 td ad ti'-e dlltyflofaria'Js .. .. that his case might be appealed, .
a a A A A I
L hut it was considered' likely that Loadholtz Rites
His Administration!
Past CommandersWill fflclarty Jays the boy will start serving his term This

Oppose pending outcome of this action. Afternooni

Be HonoredAt I W. U. ActionA %Will Have No Ir. Big' To Run ShowDan ,I bond.rather than be released under i Loadholtz Funeral services will be for held Martin at I t th.-I KI;

In sentencing Blount JudgeMurphrt'f
resolution protesting the I graveside in !Mt. Zion
14 Legion PartyJonesLangfordWhite I' > recommended that his
II placing of the local Western McCaity viv-; t het t' will b.' S'I vat 1"11. and agiu-ultural research near Lake Butler this aftern.
: time be served in the Apallachee
$. I I Union service on an agency basis no Mr. Big in administration; : He feels additional facilities Correctional Institute for first (Friday) at 2 o'clock.
I i i ; I
E Post 56, I was has been ,
adopted by the Rotary Club and adds there never lIe
The must he provided in Chatta- offenders i at Chattahoochee. was a former resident "I
American Legion. will stage at its luncheon meeting here Wed- :[: any Mr Big and theme never will ,
Reddish Lawtey but due to his ad\'anf j
it's annual Christmas Party for hoochee He is also for the unification Sheriff said that the
noday.: ., .
.1 be any Mr Big.Governorelect will be age had been making his hom.-
all Legionnaires and their ladies I of the work of conservation youth committed to the

*P at the local Legion Home next The telegraph company has applied -' McCartx, who carried on by the divisions State Prison and from there will in recent years with his chiMn-i

_J __: Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock. to the Federal Communications -. takes: office in a little less than a of parks, forestry flood control. htff'nt to Apallache., if he is in Jacksonville.

Another first grade room. Mrs. Leola Roberts', boasts of a Santa I Tribute will be paid to all Post I''to Commission for permission month also warns the gamblersand beach erosion, and oil and minerals accepted there. He is survived by one dtiui .:'lit' r
provide "substitute service" in racketeers that they are not in addition to fish and Before passing sentence on Mrs. Elsie Andrews of Hialrtl< ,
Cl.iu-s. EVen; If Its just a rdboant replica, the children love him jll..tthl' t Commanders who have been invited game '
Starke. if granted the service : welcome. He adds that he will .
as honored and conservation lIe is thinking Blount. Cain, and Cone. JudgeMurphrl'e one son, Joseph Troy Iadh ,
NL becauxi they know the "real" Santa will \isit them on Christ- would be provided his to
on an do within
agencybasis denied of
Chiller Commander A. J. Thomas I about the establishment of a department motions for new Calif.; three S.t"I'Mrs. ;
ma* morn. Can jou blame them for looking so pleased f no more:'' by Koch DrugStore.. where keep them out of Florida and will trials .
Sr. will be presented with a 14 K of labor perhaps in the argued by their attorneysat P. L. Dinkins, Lawtev. :t" i
"dlOol till January 5thPolaroid the office is located. Protests from office any public that
gold life membership card the remove cabinet. and is for stepped up time. Mrs. Arrie Teston and Mrs
t- lIl1ute Photic hv tinT"'l.-HLiph; first awarded in the history of, must be filed with the FCC by official who tries to let them in. programsof agricultural research. Young Blount was convicted of sic llott, both of Jacksonville

tne.. .local. -iost.Commander,. December 26. ."n"nt...._%._... ..J. :I."t" ,.. Lino1r.no." hnJlr".. _.- .,.U.y_.,.,._iUy..... :14_ L IIUPUlb__'__ ,lUJUti.__ ..._- .fatally-*-",* -etahhincr m..*,__!..!, .hiaI .... fithAr t-....-* *ift.* Ouperation an .n..1.vltt....... .. ... ('-. .Tnnou......- I", I.n. ,1.hr.,,.., h'.. ...

W. The club decided that all presents -, on the task of preparing for his {> of the .Fi'h and Game argument over carrying a piece funeral arrangements.
H. Graham
Rites Heater
Thursday Fumes stated that Committees are presi i brought to the meeting next'' coming administration and says (?ommKsion in such a way that f ice from the platform of the

ently busy making last minute8rrangements Wednesday: for the annual gift exchange that finding good men for the job'ahead ,here will be no question of poli- Starke Ice Co. to the Blount rar Cain was convicted of huiv; '

for the dinner and will be donated to the i iI I is his problem right now. ] j;ics in it. and that a long range which was parked at the curb hired Broughton and Starling! '"

ForJoeTruby Fatal To Hickey entertainment.The I agencies distributing Christmas Salary seems to be the biggest j program fnr more fish and game The boy aid that was too far burn a house in which Jeff !11\ '

I' baskets to needy families. It wassuggested. stumbling block in obtaining the ,,ill !result He favors the recent to carry the ii e. but his father and his son, Basil. had s'li. ':

Post will hold a 30 minute' therefore, that toys or' man for the job. and Dan feels (Continued on page 8)) m",
Joseph J Truby. 69. lifelong William (' B Hickey. 43. diedit meeting open to Legionnaires and articles of clothing suitable for : he is asking many of his ap- _

resident of Starke, died Monday. i his home on Temple Ave Sunday their wives beginning at 7:30: at children be to the meet- I
brought i to sacrifice in a monetary -
Dec 15 in Waynesville. N. C. from which time
night the effects of various presentationswill l1Ig' 1 way to serve their state Ho Elks Plat Gift Distribution

where he had been visiting his i arbon monoxide poisoning. It be made. Promptly at 8:00: 1I I thinks, therefore that the legislature (

sister, Mrs. J. W. Killian. i i is reported that he apparently fell o'clock those:: assembled will sit '
Funeral Services should study the probability
Mr Truby was born in Starke.i j asleep while seated very close to down to a Christmas turkey and
I of raising the salaries of cabinet Kin il pl.iii' 1"1 i th. dHtributjo'iit
on Nov. 4, 18S3. the son of the ::two-burner oil heater which was chicken pilau dinner. A dance For Mrs. StewartSet
and the little cabinet rnernb"rslie ,, Chii.stnia.s; ,: baskets t to, nee 1 h r.
late J. M. and Mary Weller Truby. 1 burning with a high flame. At will be held following the: dinner.
For has pledged close cooperation (families: in Bradford (CountA'M.: .
prominent early residents of this I the time his wife reported his All Legionnaires and their wives Saturday ,i
1.I with Attorney General Ervin ]perfected! by the local Klk- flu:
city He operated a farm near i I death about 8 p.m., investigating or dates are cordially invited to \
Mrs Flora Belle Stewart. 73 in fighting the rackets and hopes I j it a meeting in the lodpi l Starke until forced into retire- this
; officials stated that the room attend function and urged tc '
died Wednesday her home on1 t the state investigators will do' ;Monday night.Preceding .
mont by ill health. where he was seated was extremely notify Post Adjutant T. A. YawnJr
Washington St after a short for him. He intendsto .-.
good job the "'
j a meeting i .1'
Mr Truby was an ardent I overheated and filled with that they plan to be present. take s
illness ask for an increased state of barbecued guinea u.i; ""' ..d)
(I >
fan and was a familiar fumes I
sports from the oil burning heater. will _
figure; at all athletic events along Mr. Hickey was born in Stan Rites WednesdayFor She was born in Jamestown I j from Florida dog tracks and to members of the lodge 'W*
the ,
as his health would permit. ford, Conn. on Jan. 25, 1909. He Tenn., July 25. 1879. the daughter :; -' stand for no compromise from \'isitingout of town official. ,

Several years ago he was given1 I had lived here about three years Robt. CroasdellAt of the late Martin and Mar- '! dog lobby which he terms one of in ,I Exalted Ruler F.\f i ., ii _

award by the BHS basketball and garet J. Owen. She wa! a mem- j the most powerful influence ;( Erinson. and past Exalted Ruier _t &
an employed as an elec-
team for being their most faithfulfan trician with a construction company Keystone HeightsRobert ber of the Methodist Church and !i i the legislature He favors fingerprinting ,I.I !I..Charley Johns and J. D Dovle inrt

I the WCTU. I!|I of race track employees j their officers were highly ,-on>
and supportE'r.His in Green Cove Springs. He II
is his Croasdell 70, died Monday -. !i I but cannot do much about that I Ij mended by the visiting officials
sister. Mrs. Killian, was a member of the Baptist I (( Surviving are her husband, James : ;
only survivor. Church. i morning at his home in Key. Stewart, Starke: two daughters,1Irs. I j problem as yet. The State Racing for the fine work they" have donesince ;

held in stone Heights following a heart I Commission and officials of the the organization .If -tie ....... :
Funeral services were Surviving are his wife. Mrs. E. E. Lore and Mrs. W. '
attack. He was born in England | Horsemen's Benevolent and Pro- .
the First Presbyterian Church Mamie Hickey. Starke; one daughter. -, Copley, both of Callahan: two sons. lodge here in 1950 espe> .t In .
|Ion Feb. 10. 1SS2 and was a member tective Association have reacheda .,, "
Thursday morning at 11 o'clock Jesse M. Hatfield of Cabin Creek. | the delivery of gifts and t. (: 7 _
Mrs. Edith
Strange. ; of the Catholic Church. Until on that ,
L. A. Shepherd of- Va. James H. Stewart, temporary needy families at ChnstmaIt .!'
with Rev. i JW. and
nt dutinguish
two brothers, Harold Hickey of his retirement several years ago : THAT OI'I.NEA WAS GMI! Pictured above i a group
ficiating. Interment was in the 1 with the U. S. Marines at Norfolk. score. j' was said that this project Atn!
Massachusetts, and Maria Hickeyof he was a purchasing agent for I j to the question of the be discussed the Elks Convention ed Elks enjovmr lhl' delic.ous white guinea that was served *: A sup
family plot In Crosby Lake Cemetery -} :''Va.; one sister. Mrs. Nannie Aid- I Turning at next left
under the direction of De- Maine; and five grandchildren. I hotels. I ridge. Jamestown. Tenn; 14 1: Jacksonville Expressway a super- :, and may be recommendedas per in the !lodge home Monday night. Seated around the table ( t->

Witt C. Jones. Funeral services were held in I Surviving are his wife. Mrs. ''grandchildren, and three great i I highway project leading through a "must" by all lodges in th. right art George Carver of Lave Oak, District Deputy Grand Exalt
| I Maude Massey Croasdell of Ft. I he committed Kxalted.Ruler of Starke lodge F.
Chas grandchildren. that city. McCarty says state. Ruler S-n Charly E. Johns past
Active were the Johnstown Church
pallbearers Baptist '
C. A. Lauderdale: two daughters. ; II himself to continue the project It wa- decided that the Elks. M. (Pete i Bnnson. present Exalted Ruler, Stark" J. D Doyle, paM
E. B. Shipman. Funeral will be held
A. Darby, near Raiford Wednesday after John O Hutchmson. Ft. Lauderdale i services when
Knight 1.. F. Dinkins. Bert El t at the Gospel Tabernacle Saturday during his campaign joined by members of the Lions Exalted Ruler Starke. Pat McCormick, and Merrill Henry, both past
and Mrs. Gloria Zdanowicz. '
noon at 1 o'clock with ReD.. AGreek .. 1 $29.000,000.
lington, and W G. Stringfellow. Detroit. Mich, two brothers. RayI afternoon at 2 o'clockith J. T. i the coat estimate was Club will again deliver baskets to..'Exalted Rulers of Galne vllle. Standing!: ((1 I to r) : Marcus Milam, paM
Interment that the Road Department
officiating. was: ; Now families in Bradford County. The
i Croaadell New Smyrna Beach Quigley and Rev. Nelson P. Moyerof .Exalted Ruler Gainesville; Dr. Maxie Dell. Sr past District Deputy
ha* raised the cost estimate to a will gladIyn'f'
Raiforc I two
Telegraph To Be Out' in Sapp Cemetery and Rex CroasJell. Jacksonville: Callahan officiating. Intermentwill the Governor- and past Exalted Ruler, Gainesville; and R. L. ChrUtenbeny. past Exalted
S69.000.000 figure on
with DeWitt C. Jones in chargEof !I as "messenger boys"
be Lake
in Crosby Cemetery
and sister. which barbecued and serve
one Deland. The were
; thinks the matter will have Ruler guineas
elect Christmas wishingto
Wed. Week
Of Next eve. Anyone
under the direction of DeWitt C. .
arrangements I Funeral services were held at I Ito j be thoroughly gone into by the contribute food. clothing or toys by Billy Noegel, were presented to the club by Cecil Webb who is growing

AU material for publication In ,I the graveside in Keystone Heights i. Jones'I next road board. He also thinks for distribution may leave such them commercially at Williston.

the Telegraph next week must be Big Dad EmployeesHave j' Cemeteryednesday morning at the idea of the proposed Florida articles at the Chamber of Commerce -
11 o'clock with Father Turnier of''I Cigarette Tax be-examined individuals A meeting will be lowing the supper Monday ng-h':
submitted early as the paper will i Turnpike will have to office where they will be
be printed on Wednesday in order I Dinner Today I St Edward's Catholic Church of- Funds Receivedi carefully due to recent rises in picked up bv members of the held within the next few days, attended j Phil P. Vitsky, the local treasurer

that the Christmas holiday maybe Christmas Play j ficiating Interment was in Keystone ;i! estimated costs. j i lodge The Lions and Elks will by representatives of aU i who has ben a member of th<-
which details of the lodge for 35 years and who pla-.'"'i
ob-erved. Cemetery under the direci share of the : the ; member groups at
i, I cigarette He considers improvement j ji :.. each have a representingSanta I tL
Correspoder.ts are asked to get Employees of the Big Dad Manufacturing i tion of DeWitt C. Jones | tn't fund distributed to Florida i of the East Coa.-t highway an :, Claus in the motorcade distribution plan will be worked a great part in organizing .
in 1950 was re'-
I local lodge
their news items to us not later Co. will be guests a''Li;, I municipalities for October sales 1 obligation and has asked his road that will be formed to deliver gifU out. han
I I to -
mended the membership
: by
than early Tuesday morning, ande the annual Christmas dinner give | was S2.S6S.79. : board to build roads that will end I to the door of needy familte.I It i!' pointed out that toys are life member of th-

\: would like to have them Monday by the company in the Methodis t Mrs. Mayme I. Toomey and l I. Other towns In this area re, the traffic problem in congested !I In order to avoid duplication of just as important to the kiddiesas I I order.honorary This was also done ;n

afternoon, if possible. Church I recreation building today (Friday j I Emerson W. Kerr spent Saturdaywith ceithe following amounts:: areas of the East Coast and the I effort the Elks and Lions will food eo the public U urged I I I appreciation for ViUky's eff'>r, .

notices, etc. should also be in by 1 Mrs. Toomey's son-in-law. Rrooker $1205: Hamnton $;8.62;: Tampa Bay area. He thinks these I work in coniunction and cooperation not to forget to contribute old or I 11n ten applicationsprospective OJ'

:Monday afternoon at 12:30.: D. S. Siceloff. presiden't I and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James; Keystone Heights $479.23; LakE: two sections should be relieved with other civic clubs and '! new toys for distribution. I II presenting! new members in: th' ____

Advertisers must have copy in of the company will be host 01 110. Toppins and baby. Mayme, Butler $69170: Lawtey $326.20:: fraternal orders the Ministerial fol-
first.He the business meeting Starke lodge.
not later than Tuesday noon. this occasion. Eileen, in Jacksonville. Penney Farms $75.32. is vitally interested in the Alliance. and other groups and During

three fields of mental health. con-

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And Christmas Comes Once More' ; d

Once again that happiest season of the the hurry and worry. Brought!

year Christmas time is upon us and its However the world may try to overlay i n t t !: :t

many manifestations in Starke are inspir- with cold commercialism or pagan trappingsthe < t d, : '. .

ing and calculated to lift one out of the vital religious meaning of God's perfec!Here t ,

urdinary humdrum of the workaday world.If gift to the world shines through at Christma;

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you haven't yet become imbued with time. The message of "Peace on earth, goodwill I The t'\ ------ <0 ."
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traditional Christmas spirit, it isn't the to men" cannot fail to touch in some!. cattle produi improving'tmn m quality Bradt'n.I \huH'. i left: The largest hull in this picture i is :Mr. 1\hilec't pride and ioThis

fault of your friends and neighbors. Never measure even the hardest heart. County took another 'hip -'' : imt amm.il runic from Terry Phillip., (Columbia Mo. and brought the top pro of all -

before, it seems to us, has Starke offered Yet, as one writer has pointed out, we are! forward recently when J Bh\-> inills in this fall's saliHe is a lilackrap hull and a half interest in lire great: grand- .

more outward manifestations of the holiday not half using the power offered to us by the i, moved a part of his fine Mit..stni-' ; : -JrI' once hnuiKlit S.10.0UO. The mother of this hull came from the well n\\n Ker- .
, period. In addition to the usual gay light- spirit of Christmas. "We have strife at, herd of Aberdeen Angus to hii 'h m herd of Muskogw, Okl.i. and Ma. known Blackcap Bessie. The smaller hull 4 y .

ing there is a beautiful community tree, home and fighting abroad because we so i I ranch on the State Farm Road uas horn lastpril and will be used by Mr. \\hite} for breedingith grade COMf.op -*.

standing on the courthouse lawn to cheer haltingly follow Him whose birth we cele' With these new arrivals, Mi .\ enter: 'Ihis{ fine lot of heifer rahes, born 1:1..t spring; make a pretty .. '

not only our own homefolks, but also the brate. We are playing power politics too White now has the largest. herd picture us they unit to lie fed. Mr. Whitoilll."t'I) them for breeding purposes. 1',1'I! I 'I I
many travelers who turn that corner on busyU. much and practicing the Golden Rule too lit of Angus in the county 55 head

tle. We are relying on arms and diplomacybecause altogether, of which 25 are purebred \lm\e right: Purebn-d .
S. Highway 301. The Garden Club and the pecan grove and farm north of lent of teed He finds that ht or rangall i.ntl, like I. rat! II, in.-,

City of Starke are to be commended for their we do not really understand the Starke. This is one of the most can't produce as much corn and Angus! eons are no exception. They crowd around a'I.. \\ tm.passes ".

efforts in having the tree erected and beautifully force and source of good will deriving brought The 25 head of purebreds were 'I attractive farm places in the 'oats' per acre as he could in the feed pail.
lighted. Best of all this tree is from the omnipotence of Love. We are and included Florida in one truck county. with its neat house fine i Missouri but this is partially offset Loner right: An ordinary range heifer is hhoI" r. rill, I it.
: two I
not just a temporary ornament .. it is a trying to materialize brotherhood because years old; four cows cows, 2 4 and old 6 I pasture and 300 beating pecan: by the fact that cattle in nice little Mark calf two weeks old at time picture WH Ml.< II' (n,,
we only dimly perceive the spiritual natureof ; trees. I Florida can graze outside mast of ('alr'a" sired by an Angus bull and .'
real tree with roots and with the four cows 1 year old; nine heifer : Kretm tu proveIr \\tnt. i h, 'ii I ;
proper care it should live and continue to God's Fatherhood," this writer believes. Calves; and six bull calves. The The Whites came here lookingfor the year. than an Angus bull with any cow makes a finrr'O'-s.
But Christianity has proved its i in cattle stood a warmer climate and they.ire I At present Mr. White's pasture ,
grow on that corner to delight the hearts of power the three-day trip in well pleased with their new
the world when even partially practiced. It good shape the only unusual'' consists of 40 acres of Pensacola makes about ton ,
young and old for many years to come. home Their health is better and a per acre he cattle in M! -1. nun i '. '
And there are many other manifestationsof is no accident that Christian nations have event on the trip being the birth : they like living conditions here Bahia 40 acres of White Dutch says hull !o''",,, Ii ,\ :. '1 .1'' :,

the Christmas spirit. The Woman's Club led the world in enlightenment and prosperity calf to one of the cows of a fine little I I generallyMr I 1 clover 8 acres of Dixie Crimson Mr White brought these tattle COW m'k'., .; .i'! : \.

this year is reviving the outdoor lighting Today Christianity is challenged by White thinks that conditions clover and 7 acres of Kenlen Red henfor the purpose of product ir! u: U'hltl' hll"v| t 'is: .' '.

contest which undoubtedly will stimulate interest more glamorous forms of materialism thane Mr White and his family moved for raising cattlim Flonda : do"erfr: White is- osporiallvpleaed breeders for sale and feels I i': ,: ,nilil< >lilo'1,," : ling' !
will \'er before. and ]by more threatening, better- here several years' ago from Mis-' are generally more favorable thanin with the latter, which is: in this way he can do his pail would LCI
to the end that Starke present an souri n"< n II.r
and bought the
even gayer face to the public this Christmas organized forms of despotism.: Yet the ideas Taylor Missouri, except for the prob- new here It is fine for hay and to help improve the quality! of rr. ,i1'r '1. :, ,..

taught by Him whose --- - -'--
than it has in the past. A newly organized next week birthday we observe: rrrrrrrrrv,"................., I'H'\.itt of Starke and Mr. J. G ----- -- ---
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any : i hyl.kAfrs -liuu ,
boys club has undertaken as its first projecta .1 _"

replica of the manger scene. This i is located foreign ideology. The simple story of His HAMPTON .Adkin.s!.opping' and III daughter Gainesville Louise Friday.wee 'L.,."if Inui.tu! !, .ii Reno: :\Ii-!I I V' ., ores
words and works heal the heart J
in front of the school house where it that ma- Mrs T J. Alderman who has : \: '\' is ii.iliii}; MA:: \glt'-: 1.\\ J I'1'! ". .t' ,';'h.' ,
terialism leaves untouched. Love still
also be enjoyed by homefolks and tour- con- I en confined to her home with o core She \\.i- foiniciiv! resident ,
may l h.\ \I r... \\ III. R. iMinir.undAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1.AAAAAAAA ( a on the wick (h tat! < not! .
quers hate. Truth still defeats the lie. l to> Itlainlie ("iiiiiiinglianiAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAA'
ilin! 'a. fdi able to be ,
ists. a week is ut i 1-\,1..1.. f Ht-ij1'-' i 'Ill'i \t-ii- pri>\'"'
Christian individualism still holds the an-
out t t. '
In addition to the lighting and decorating
swer to totalitarianism. h'I.I I. n Mifulloch spent !lies Mamie Meade is able to bl'ahout .
there other and valuable Mrs Sue Myru called)
are even more was t l.
Christmas: would be invaluable even if it Saturday; with her daughter. Mrs. after having the Flu.
manifestations of the Christmas spirit in our Plant Cit\ Friday by the .death! did nothing more than remind us that this Wyhe Williamson' Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bedenbauch AVERY
her sister Mrs Maude Pre\'.!"
little The Elks Lions
thoughtful city. powerful force is available to us whenever Mr and Mrs .1 1 1V Jackson of and Miss Ruby Bedenbaughusitoil .
:Mr and Mis Ray ForsUh. n-I
notary, and other organizations and churchesare and wherever Starke were Saturday m Jacksonville Sunday.
we care to make use of it. If eveningsupper in Bannm k. Ohio when1 thcv :'. ,.i >
uniting their efforts again to bring cheerin Mrs. William H. Maxwell visited
the kindness that glows guests: of their parents. ,,
brighter than candleson called by the serious illne-- '
the form of food and toys to many Brad- that allowed\ Mr. and Mrs WY.. Jackson and h">r daughter. Mrs. M Burris and Mrs.
day were to permeate our Forsythe's motherI! > P
ford County homes that would otherwise be family. family of .Iat'kstlm'ill"! two day INN
homes and businesses through all the rest of Jane Gordon whoi: he I''" '
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore last week .
without these things Christmas
on day. the what wonderful years old on Dot _'.'
year, a improvement our Archer and Mrs. D. W. Moore ; P \VadworthwasabuMiiesFi !
of G
This is and ,
a community-wide project, anyone lives Mrs V. A. CnN.n! 'i nd Mn
would show If the
good will extendedto Ptarke visited Mrs. T. F. Brown I roller i : in Ja kM>n\ille TiH'.sila\ ., ', m< ,m\ I1III: \
desiring to have a part in this heart- fireside B Cunnigham win It:'pl! g ';
warming experience do through and friends at this time of year Sunday Frank Brown of the I..H v WMIII i is on the .>.t K list Gainesville TuesdaMr. \
may so one only reached out to other lands and peoples, U of F of Gainesville spent' the V7Be Christmas/
of these organizations or the Chamber of ana Mrs. Elms: i IoiMu I Open Day
how weekend with his
greatly would the cause of peace ad- mother. fYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYTHEILBRONN
Commerce.Yes vance! i i Misses Mnrtha Home and Betty+ were shopping in Pal.IUImday. THO.M: ] J 12! TO :{MiO:( P.M.:

the power of Christmas to sweeten In this grim and Darling attended a Sorority Mr and Mrs T M! F' ''. r aildaughter.
awe-inspiring when I r rIt
and improve the relations of and era Christmas (imner at Jacksonville Mai''it\ ;-;',>' i pond\
men na- !such terrifying things the With All The
as atom bomb and Sunday the holid.T.! .i'l, 1: i I.J I ,' n Atlanta Turkey Trimming
tions is almost limitless. It
once hydrogen bomb strike fear
to the hearts of Mrs. Ellen \ M argue: V>r'iijniAAAAAAAAAAAA : .
Saxon and Mis
and for all the blindness of a few cynics, all who
even contemplate them, it does the Alma: Saxon visited Mrs. Della iAAAAAAAAMi Mrs. Wi'p" : ;' ,' mn9p..nt 'i
such as the late Bernard Shaw, who pro- foul good to know that $1.75I'lcasc
one custom has never Djal at High Springs Wednesday a short tin.*. u-'i.U} in't's'onnt'tt
fessed to in Christmas "a carnivalof and Tl'snct'l) Norma
see only
changed since its origin almost 2,000 years Mrs. Vernon Slade and son. \\ as the lIl'st of hi'i r

mendacity, gluttony, and drunkenness." ago the celebration of the birth of the Donald: were shopping in Gainesville :and family \isittV Mi and Mrs son and daughter 'h.'Ir ,\'l.j11' .! Make Hesemilionx

Sometimes we hear people, burdened by late Prince of Peace. Saturday evening.Miss G. ( Rhodes m Tnnfpa last week- \ li.Xuttl.; <

shopping and the many other details that That is why we are so pleased:: to see the' Joanne Hess. Carlton Rat- f;ndThe Mi r.l; Mi- H".r' ,- ,' ,.! 1'homSlarko: IIi

accompany this season of the exclaim Jiff and Geary Garner were Sunday ilbnmn Baptist Chimhvill ., _
year I \ "
many manifestations of this celebration m pii l ( M i 1. TL d -,1\' : '
that "I'm glad Christmas comes only once a evident in Starke this week. Such faith-in-', guests of Misses Virginia I hold its annual C'hristm:
Sunday night. Dec :L'lSveryono !
year!" But that is a minority viewpoint. At spired rejoicing as we observe here can and Frank Lillian and Williamson.A. L Nazworth were program' is invited. 5II 1 t1 tn ,
this wondrous time the spirit of giving in
bring comfort and peace. In the words of in Orlando Friday +-vening where Mr and Mrs. Lenr. Norman

truth outweighs the striving to get. Love Phillips Brooks' beautiful hymn, "0 little the attended the wedding of and I daughter. Linda, spent ,tinveekend GROCERIES I

and thoughtfulness for others the wonder town of Bethlehem." with tin
we may repeat : their cousin. Miss Amojean Lee \ in Jacksonville
) in a little child's eyes the joy on daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. E. I larvev. Edwards family Earl COOK'S MEATS

grandmother's face the beauty of carols Where charity stands watching Lee to Mr Whitehead a studentat Mrs T. N Norman and MtsSldon !

sung by children on frosty nights these And faith holds wide the door. the U. of F. Gainesville 1II. 1 Sapp attended a school I FEED

and the many other happy evidences of The dark night wakes the glory breaks B Wiggins Mrs George afeteria workers meeting in

Christmas far overbalance the sad or sordid And Christmas comes once more. Williams and son. Howell. were Ocala last Saturday.Mrs. Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
in Lake City Sunday to attenda R. L Morgan was a busi-
Postmasters meeting and din- ,IPSS visitor to Palatka Monday. (Quantity lights l Ki'ser\i'd Prices in this Ad effecti\i thru Sal. HIT 'u.mnnrrmnrrrnrrrrrrrrrrrrr..r.rr.rrrnrrrrrrrrrrrnrnrrrrrrrr (i

How To Obtain nero
I Mrs Ellis has been absent from .rr
Percy Griffin of Jacksonville
I Best Results From school for two days while visiting!

TURKEY SHOOT 'I Animal Manures take was i in his town father.Sunday Walter morning Griffin f :; :1 the taught dentist.for her.Mr Pearl Norman Stock Up Now .. Many Specials Not Listed

i home with him for an extended r

j i Fur best rt'-'ilts from animal I visit. New pupils enrolled in the 1'. Z. IIV\\ \II\N: I'INEMM'I.K: I \TIIS STICK;,\h-ll-I.I'\ \. \ \ \\ IIIII.J '.
2:00 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20 I! imanme.s it IS necessary t o''| Waldon Wadsxv orth left Sunday ]Heilbionn school during the past

"balance" them with other fern for Wilmington. N C where week are Betty Francis and OzCan Lb

One Mile West of Starke liter N. Edson materials of the denuding University to Seton oft i i, he The has Hampton a position.Home Demonstration '.Sunny Martin Teston Carlton and, all Marshall from Starke and JUICE 46 32c A CON 19CI

On Lake I Butler t I Highway Florida College of Agriculture | Club met Tuesday afternoon 'Keturn lames Played

"Animal fertilizers are very'good ,' of last week at the City Hall On Tuesday of last wee;>: the I liE.\'n

for garden and field ('rops' with six members pt event. Christ.1 Raiford school teams camlleilbronn -' t< MM ITS Jh\\KI ::! 1.11. TIN Lb

if th+'y are properly balanced. was decorations were made. At 1 school for a return NECK BONE 11CSHORTENING

I Gun Furnished or ring Your Own They contain nitrogen phosphorus, : the next meeting the Club will : l ame. At the end of the game theRaiford !

and potash but not in the relative I' make lamp shades. lads were in the lead h\ 67

amounts required I: 1I'S.01 Hammond, daughter. a score of 8-3 After the boy i -
by pla.its. so the TIAIJKK: : :
Sponsored by Frank L. Tomlinson I proper material should be mixed '1I Willow Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. John ]g ame the gIrls played a 4inningame I IISII

I with them to obtain a balanced E McComas and daughter. Delphme I with the Rajford gnlM-> !

fertilizer" the soils specialist said. I of Ruskin. Fla. and Harve de i ling1311.. 1luu \ HI: I fill CHUCt' ( ROAST 49c

For Grace Md were Monday evening ,
practIcal purposes the only TYYYY YYYYY Y Y Y Y YYYYTTYTTT
.S Ss *5 *3 *1 1 j, Ingredient needed for convertingimmal guests of Mr and Mrs J. H I Box !
Tullis of Keystone Heights' II
: manure into balanced I CAKE MIX 32C I'KKXH 1UF;

FLASH F L S CAMERAS E S i I fertilizers onvenient is and phosphorus suitable, the form most of: ter.Mrs Wanda Elmer, of Lewis Starke and spent daugh Tu >s- -; / Lb

which is 20 per cent superphos- day Mrs.r with D. her DvalMr parents{ Mr and ld untlRIB TIPS S 24

hate The superphosphate which j ST 1\I) liar :: :;
IN STOCK and Mrs. Albert Moody ,
may be mixed with manure by';' and children of Long Bridge were I Minn hill M>. -siin.ois) ui
For RENT SALE I visiting both the Adkins faruif! : QA I 11C
or mattering it in pens or on drnfling P- 5 f I TOMATOES
board. before spreading the Sunday I CLUB STEAkL59C
litter I J D Adkins was in Jacksonville
or bedding mixing it after I
Make Your Own Christmas Pictures the manure has been removed Tuesday to consult an e\.

Christmas from the barn or lot or poultry j specialist. I IMUude4 KELKElK
Morning house or pen. or by applying it1 I i Mrs. Geraldine Stick and Pats MEAT\: !B \M I> HKISKKI; ;

:, in the field after the manure has Smith of Jacksonville spent Sunday ;{fUIM lod Lbs "
I .

Eastman BrownieHawkeye :' 'been,'ie Mr spread Edson over recommended the same area.use of i| boys.Frank with and Mrs.A.Verna L. azwJrth Young and left # GRITS 5 S2C STEW BEEF 29C

amounts of 20
I lond.1for Blackshear Ga. tc
Outfit rent superphosphate: 3-4 pounds'per i I' visit their uncle Riley Lee and ']IT takes many an hour and j LE\N FHESJI FLA.OS'EOL I
.. 1 13 50 100 hens spread on the dropJ I \ (EI.LO PXK
boards J family 'many a dollar to build an automobile Lb
ping after
each cleaning; >I Mr and Mrs Wilev Williamson 1 t but in one triple BONES 49C
l 1-2 in BACK
pounds barn or lot daily LbsXELL
Eastman Duraflex OutfitAnsco 22.50 tot each cow. steer or horse: and I j and children were Sunday after i moment, it can be destroyed ICE 5 59C

1"f, a pound in barn or 1 loti( noon guests of Mrs J D Me- and worse still, your acing
Culloch and
d.ulfor! each hog or sheep. If son Luke near Hamp- nay j be lost too in a lawsuit.

Ready Flash 15 60 immil: manure ja purchased in tonMr FtE[ fI /ftM T FEU I ;
I and Mrs. John E Han: ]Let .
us provide with
Urge: lots it is advisable to spread you compete M.\ HOUSE

A DSCO Flash Clipper 26.35the 'manure!\and over then i i.spread- 300 the I, mond dinner and son guests Chester of were their Sunday par.. i Automobile Insurance. TURKEYS S

n of superphosphate for every I II eats Mr and Mrs Wm Harrmond COFFEE2T1159 :I

five to 12 tons of manure used'' I

I per acre. H V Saxon of Pompano i IP H. C. WALLAGENCY\ HENS TOMS
visiting his father B. Y.
I Saxon
I Of animal manure, poultry is
the richest source of plant food and wife and uncle, G. W. Saxon. MELLON HOSE 9> to 1 12IJ.. i H i to 17 I Ip l.bO-

I and is followed Mr. and Mrs Wm. Alvarez and
by, pig. sheep.
children and Royce Alvarez of Phone 116 Lbs .89
STUDIO 'AND GIFT SHOP ',; horse and cow manure It is I Dade City spent the weekend 200 FLOUR 25 9 69C 59C
E. Call Street
j important to work them into the with their father Charlie Alvarez

I soil to prevent injury to seed and I;, and family. :Starke;: 1 II I

roots of plants. Mrs L. J Kite Mrs
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f r ri:i Stockmen Advised COOKIE CRISP PASTRY FOR YOUR HOLIDAY PIE I,:._.-.+.. .'p 1Jh'-! _.:- .'i9ir'4. ,.......__.... .. .. ,..4.!"' ;". _' --

Use Corn Bread Stuffingto 1 r To Dehorn Cattle

I Make Pork Chops Tasty As Safety Measure r LAST MINUTE I IOK

Hifhlv polished horns may ad'1! I
"ie appearance of a purebred
f *hot" animal but the wise oat'ie-!
11(1'' 'A"Jl taboo horns in his herd
v ;<" Dr James F. Hentges of the GIFTS
"' # T'nivpfsitv, of Florida AgritulturaiExnerment

Stations. .
To avoid serious injury in 'i'v
9 3 of attack by a bull or cow with I
6 w calf and! also! to avoid losses in the Satisfaction \VE I Open Late

value of his animals, the animal)
husband avers every livestock producer ; Guaranteed LAY AWAY : 'Til! Xmas
:should: eliminate horns m
9b his herd.
The number of horned cattle
m t
; ya94i polled a herd bulls may and be by reduced removing by horn using EVERYTHING FOR THE LADIES and CHILDREN

with surgical equipment or caustu-

I Dr compounds.Hentge "A explains pure polled"will!bull sire i rAre 1 IN CLOTHING AND SHOES

practically all polled calves An you baking a pie to celebrate a holiday or just because pie is
impure polled bull, the offspring io good? This year, try a really sensational pastry sweet, crisp and
flokey light with baking soda. Perfect for pumpkin mince or any fruit
one polled and one parent
Cool weather is with us :again IH cup bacon fat or melted butter pies, as well as your favorite chiffon: mixtures
and we are all looking for good, 14 cups stale corn bread may be expected to sire half
rich tasty main dishes. Here's a'' 1 teaspoon salti of his calves with the polled SPICY SODA PASTRY NEW BARGAINS ARRIVING DAilY !
recipe that combines economy I, teaspoon poultry seasoning characteristic." I cups sifted enriched flour I 4 teaspoon cloves
with the greatest taste pleasure teaspoon soda i' shorteningI
g pepper While be seriously >14 teaspoon baking } cup
imaginable. Pork is among our 6 double pork chops, cut for one may /4 cup sugar I tablespooninegar
least expensive meats this year, stuffing i I injured by a hornless animal, the 1 teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons orange juice or
and you can use up the le'tover Brown onion in fat. Crumblecorn danger is not nearly as great as\ l/i teaspoon cinnamon other citrus fruit juice
corn bread, too. bread coarsely and combine from an animal that has horn! 4 teaspoon ginger LOWEST\ PRICES --- BIGGEST SELECTION
Serve with a good green vegetable with remaining dry ingredients.
and meal is complete.An I Add fat and onion and mix care. The Experiment Station worker Sift dry ingredients together. Cut in shortening. Mix \inegar and fruit
dish your like this one saves fully. Stuff into pork chops tie also points out that horned cattle tutee together and add to dry ingredients Mix lightly with fork fh.M!I II
lots oven of work too. Pork chops with closed (or lace around trussing:::: injure each other and hornless hour. Roll out Vj of dough into circle. Line 9" pie pan, making ,a IN STARKE !
high funding Flute by between forefinger of one holO !
corn bread stuffing will satisfy all pins) and bake uncovered in a animals especially when being rim. pressing
and of other. Fill and bake desired. (for shell t
moderate oven, 350oF., 1 hour and thumb forefinger as
the family. They are just the thing
for a cold winter night. turning once. (Add ','4 cu5 water hauled to market. Many buyers .lone, bake at 425 f. hot oven 10 minutes). Use remainder:! of pa--tr\
after both sides are browned if I discount animals with horns be- for topping a deep-dish pie, cinnamon roll-ups or tarts.
PORK CHOPS WITH needed.) Bake excess stuffing in cause usually such animals bear .
CORN BREAD STUFFING shallow buttered pan. Yield: 6 bruises and othe injuri s which I castrating, and masking cattle they are older. BUY TWICE AS MUCH WITH
\\ cup chopped onion servings. lower the value of their carcasses. '1 because there is less danger of Caustic potash or :salt it- satis
J that :screw-worm infection and less loss; factory for dehorning \,ung
Dr. Hentges reports one
I II of blood than during other seasons calves if the material is a-eil! iarei -
test Africander:: with cattle horned on and identical dehorned pasture : It advisable: ., to dehorn i fully and the animals pI tllt'-led EACH DOLLAR !

I i ALVAREZ' STORE Established:\Ien's Clothing 1894 I I indicated more rapid growthby calves when they sue I runt thre{' from the rain for several days I II i ii
dehorned animals. to ten days old because they i'abe n i Hair around the horn hutton
wherPreCirisfmas should be clipped a h"-a\ \ i wig of
> thai
Winter i ib'st! for dehorning. handled more casilv
\aseline smeared around tli t (clipped andMerry
area and then the < mstu :
should he applied to the horn buttons
I The vaseline and proteition I
from the rain will prevent them
/ Food Buys animal's
I iron, that fit't'r small
__ hoi !n but tons, dehorner .spoons: 01
__..;. ;'P' tubes that scoop out horn buttons
: :
:7 __ ...
,.. mechanical clippers antI \\sarI> .
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Ji r
-- -- suitable for
-. I U. S. NO. ONE WHITE ilippti- oi saw dehorning are used: also, 1 the When Morn I We Exchange! We Refund' We Satisfy!
must 1 be taken offit'i l the
f- r' r'ht! /bs quart: r-to-half-inrh ir-; ..,' "K Inthol i
; :' POTATOES 1 0 49Ct ,,
I; ; I */ t J1 ',. hOI:n i M'Considerable Iit lea the ba-e bleed'i tht"

L 7 _. ,
/ : suitMom! '
f \ use of rlippei I -
:. .. >-. ,.:. { LAKCE GOLDEN; RIPE Attei .lelioinmir.! ,
pine t iI {P. "
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............................................ PICNICS 43C the Fouivealuid"30 youngsters" under obbv"- ,the one care of j:I i Read This Florida Law"It I

Ocean Spray LR CAN study anti i supervision of hej
FRESH BOSTON Children', Home of 11o-
( Society shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to
CRANBERRY SAUCE 37C Ib nda, prepares to toddle up to bed.
PORK BUTTS 39C For the past month his final ,II' engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
question of the day has been,
"When's clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis
Santa Comin1? It
Nut/le Ib
OLEO y 19C FANCY SLICED won't be lung now, Bobby. The i with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af-

t pound little fellow is currently being I fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

BACON 49C cared for at the Society's Jack- I Iso all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest -

lona Halves 11I I II.. Receiving Home. You of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.

No 2 1can can make this a happier Christ- I i Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto
PEACHES 2SC mas for Bobby and his little Ij in business under fictitious
j engage a name shall have advertised his or
pound 39C friendby sending your contri- :I their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
butt oi)! t">od, or clothing
in money
Premium I ((1)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county
to the Soi ieti'!. i Jacksonville office.
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m Miss Sylvia May I Weiner Roast Miss Carol WhiteTo ;! of these
I' a portrait of her.

: ToVed Mr. Cox ; For Young Honorees Wed Mr Fields self artist done. on. silk by a Jananese f-1 i iI Observe Sixtieth Anniversary

tGladys Lily Bridges :
showed I .
6a At
Biggs Home what .. .
i wonders her
young student; ..
Mrs. furl Gardner and )tr.S in perform with pine cones. I Inedk
"" acorns, cotton bolls etc t
Leslie r-
Biggs entertained at a y
I wiener roast last Friday evenin;... 1 n \k'igtnI': most fascinating plauui" I' .
R. e nf them .
Mooty from fix to eight o'clock at th e : I 'II '
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Phone 35 lb. Biggs home on N. Walnut stree } t". ia:! Perkins displayed handuoiki' ,
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Hampton student -4'Wk-i
for their '' and al-
,. II" 16'" I' I 6 .1 I 1 I.. daughters Barbara Bigg: the Eiland collection d .1 -
and Sj of beauti'Msh :
Temple, who are celebrating ,-ll 4
Woman's Club Recitals Planned their birthdays this month:. ts rt articles from Formosa j
Harold Tyus and Sonny TVnK ... ,
Carol "
was 10 old s
years on Dec. 1
Christmas TeaIs For Friday And show'd their model planes while 4
and Barbara will be 11 years o!<1 Mrs .
I iat II on Dec. 23. ) Arthur Wood exhibited one .
EventA All\
Lovely Saturday Nights II I I IO of her most
I The prized possessions
I 20 classmates of the twi S -
: a Bible more than
highlight on the social calendar On Friday evening, Dec. 19, I girls were served the wiener rocs.t : Mis. I. P. 100 earold 1i

of the Starke Woman's Club 7:30, p. m., in the American Legioi 1, supper in the back yard wide]r' Shepherd also displayed -

was the delightful Christmas Tea Hall, Mrs. Clyde Priest will pre .1 I overhead lights and were late rl] an old Bibleautogrdphed 5r
I by the famous Sam
: Joiu-s
given Wednesday afternoon of last sent her kindergarten pupils ira served cake in the house. Christmas .. '" ,',
11 .
I I Charlotte Jeans .
week. This event was also In honorof joint recital with decorations were effective a.t'f. ii. ;,>,, \ '. ',,,.1w.' intrigued the -ve
I program aI I / } -t.-. .. : .,';.If with
some of her
/ ". ,, lovely hand-
Mrs. Walter S. President .1 used 1t '
Jones -i group of piano pupils of Mia" in decorating the Bigg;s painted china
Florida Federation of Louise Stern. Kindergarten children .'I home. ., and Myrwin Long Mr and Mrs
contributed her A C burden
men's Clubs and the WO-j' taking part in the Christma s Mrs. Leon Moorer assisted th collection of tinysilver are pictured above on their SixtliWedding -
Anni\v-iju.: .
the Junior Woman's Club. I Pageant are: hostesses in serving and caringfor I The then : nhirh tm i-'St-rvt'd Mundiy .It t..,' K>. '
I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lucian the Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Si'. stamp collectors were right daughter Mra. O. L. Beasley, on Walnut .
As the guests arrived at the Jane Adams, Jackie Arnold, young guests. there Stnet. The Du: '!'
j May of Hampton announce the of Starke announce the I too with Buster Partin, I were married on December 15, 1S92
club they registered in the guest Sue Deas, Steve Denmark. Jamej: engagement 'Mike Reddish in Albany. Ga., the girlhood him

book presided over by Mrs. I. N Douglas, Richard Fowler Mary..1 i approaching marriage of their I Christmas Play I and approaching mania e taking honors, and Harold Tyus of Mrs. Durden who. before her marriage, was Miss LaMira Hruadu.

Breazeale Mrs. K. G. Duncan Louise Haines, Don Lee Maria.1 j daughter, :Mildred Sylvia to I of their daughter Carol Sophia, i I. Betty Dunn in this department Mr. Durden, now !S6; years of agp, is a native of Hampton and \
for ,
greeted the guests at the door Moore Marty Payne, Barry, Charles Robert Cox, son of Mr. 'I' The youth of Pine Level Baptist I i to Charles H. Fields, son of fir I':. Pellum's (intern in Mrs. years was employed in the commercial department mar
and in the receiving line were Smith, vil ''Struth, Seleta Thomas I j and Mrs. Grover Cox of Hampton. I churchill present a play I J. H. Fields of Starke and th e butterfly room) loaned her beautiful Telephone Co. in Tampa. They now make their the I\nm
I The will I late J. H. Fields. I collection, and there home in StarkeMary
Mrs. C. H Nasworthy, president, Richard Wainwright, Jimmy wedding take place on "Christmas in the Year of OurLord" were bugs
Mrs Vernon Silcox, first vice. Williams, Marian Green and Joey j I i Sunday, Jan. 4, at 4 p.m. in the Friday night Dec. 19 at I The wedding will take plac" Mrs. Pellums galore, collected by
I II First Christian Church of Hamp- Sunday. Feb. 8, in the First Methodist .' third grade Rivers Stubbins
president of the Junior club, and Reese. j I [ 7:30: p.m. The public is cordially Lola Ritrh I Woodman Circle
i| brought
1 Mrs. H. B. Peyton, social chair- Piano students taking part are: !I ton. All relatives- and friends of invited.F. j church, Starke. fascinating items over many Is Party Honoree
man. Inviting the guests to the Brenda Lewis, Mary Ann Long the couple are invited to attend No invitations are being issue I from her Gainesville I Will Have Yuletide
| the wedding and the reception H. Cason, Jr. of Lake Citywas but all friends and relatives oi f r HobbShop., the most interesting ,
tea table was Mrs. J, A. Griffin. Marilyn Hernwall, Tom Smith, Mrs. R. P. Stubbins entertained Party TuesdayThe
!which will follow after, recent visitor of Col.! and the being the little-old-lady \:
The tea table was overlaid Harriet Powell. Markleyann Johns immediately a I couple are invited to atteni I dolls made ,i at a birthday party Wednesday

with a miniature Christmas tree Sue Chastain, Penny Hollings- the ceremony at the Hampton '!! Mrs.. D. E. Knight.I the wedding and reception. 1! that looked with almost dried lifelike apple faces. .1 i afternoon of last week for her Supreme ForestVmlr\, .

made of worth. Glenn Wood, Katherine : Community Hall. __ daughter Circle
Podacarpus branches I Mary i y 1 Adele Scholl displayed her Mary Rivers, who was members will imvt I ir.; :.

sprayed white and sprinkled with Wainwright, Vida Jean Gen I! in ceramics, the work celebrating her fifteenth annrver- recreation hall, back of St t K
# and Arnolds and
snow and interspersed with large try, Franklyn Ritch, Barbara BP\V Xmas Party the Browns had exhibits of their sary. ward's Catholic church Tin--1 1 .

red carnations representing tree Bates, Nancy Bates, Joann Smith,, At Dinkins Home beautiful plastic articles II I Christmas decorations, native evening, Dec 23, at 8 oYlo. k : '
ornaments. and Martha Landrum their annual
Flanking the center The greener and red and green can Christmas party
i Hobby Show was a of I
piece were three-branched can.dlebra -- ;\ Monday Nighti .. u ....-or the Wesleyan Sunday School project Class |j I i dIes were effectively used in the 1 :Members are asked to brine n

holding tall burning tapers. Saturday evening, Dec. 20, at i I I ,I and most of the credit for itssuccess Stubbins home in Pinehurst sub- gift not to exceed 7.V At t',\

Mrs A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. W. 7:30 p. m. Miss Stern will pre B. P. W. club members held I division for the occasion. The dining meeting delegates and alt,<'rnat< .-
Guess we can venture away entertained at t i goes to the class officers
t week .1 : 'i
E. Middleton presided over the sent another group of her pupilsin their annual Christmas party at I Janie Ayery ''Mr I table was centered with the will be elected to go to the Sta' .
two silver services. I recital at the Legion Hall [ the home of Thelma Dinkins Monday from the fireside now and get a Christmas party and three table; : Scholl president .Sirs. birthday cake surrounded with convention, as there will not b.'
11 I Sewell, vice president ,
Inn. this
of canasta at I and
The mantel' in the lounge heldan Featured on the program will be ;i evening with Shirley Pollet, down to some serious last minute Avery Mrs I greenery and flanked by burningred another meeting until Jan. 27

artistic arrangement of burn- several ensemble numbers using Elizabeth Noegel, Madge Middle- Christmas shopping after that Thursday evening the Liones: j I Cressler secretary- . tapers in silver! holders.; I I i Decorating and refreshmen''

ing red tapers extending the entire two pianos. Students taking part: ton and Margaret Miller as terrific three-day cold spell!! members are entertaining their I Everyone wants this to' be made I Games were played during the committees are Mrs. W. L. Ant! n

length, and was further en- will be: hostesses.The the poor poinsettias, camellias I husbands at a party in Middle- I I into an annual event, and I afternoon and prizes were awarded rews Mrs. Mae Green, Mrs. Eui.

hanced with clusters of holly, reflected Barbara Anne Blankenship, Dinkin's living room was azaleas and other tender plants I burg tonight (Friday) Jo AnnSmith 1'I 'i predict the displays will be even I to the winners. The 24 young Mae Connor and Mr. Henriet! .

by the large mirror in Steve Simmons, Anne Matthews 'i decorated with poinsettias and surely suffered from the three will be hostess to about t bigger and better next guests also received favors of Hunt. The meeting will be on th

the background. Throughout the Frances Landrum Jimmy Lawson, ', other Christmas greenery and frosty mornings and so did I! 100 classmates from the 10th: Well gotta year Christmas cornucopias filled with ground floor and all membe--
there'll be stop now and start
auditorium and on the stage were Mary Lou Edwards Linda Hilde- 1 decorations, complete with a large See a lot of new faces clerkingup grade at a party ',

pedestal baskets of Pyracantha bran Bill Alderman Eddie Hart- 1 Christmas tree at the foot of on Call street during the rushin I games outside and refreshmentsinside I wrapping Christmas presents candy. are asked to attend.

berries and a myriad of burningred mann. Gary Hildebran George which were piled the many gifts. Barksdales we find Mae Gon- and this morning from So long .See you in the Mrs. Ben Hall and son, Jack ,I! Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale were

tapers cast a soft glow over Patten. Jerome Edwards BarbaraSue A short business meeting was zales, Sadie Elder, Lucy White, 9 to 11 the elementary school next were shopping in Palatka Tuesday Tallahassee Wednesday and Thur-

the aetting. Biggs, Betty Ann Simmons held preceding the entertainment Phyllis Strickland and Lewis grades from 1 thru 6 are having a I Carolyn .r

Mrs. L. A. Canova music chair. Linda Kay Sale Carolyn Vickers which was in charge of Kate I Haines at Koch's Margaret party in their classrooms, given: I day on business.

man, presented Miss Ouida Fay Linda Hockett, Mary Agnes Mat Sheppard and Della Rosenberg. I Young, Joan Morden and Jean- j by their home room mothers underI .I

Paul, assistant professor of music thews, Bob Smith Bill Green, Each member brought a gift to nette Douglas have been addedto I the supervision of Virginia Darby,

from the University of Florida, as Shi Anne Smith Martha Van be sent to a girl the club is spon- the staff Alice Andersonhas chairman each grade will :
guest artist. Miss Paul enhancedthe Landi ham, Eloise Dobbs, Bar coring at the Florida Industrial : switched jobs from Stumpsto I i have refreshments and exchange .

Christmas atmosphere with bara Matchett Lu Green, Betty. school for girls in Ocala. Pauline the P. O. Opal Allen is a 1 gifts I' ,.. '1i,>. {'

her beautiful'mezzo-sOprano voiceas Jo Starling Clair Jean Mundy, i Toi ode and Mildred Doyle passed'' new clerk at :Mitchell's, takingthe I Orchids to Creet Dixon andi ... '. / ., .- j. tt '

she sang "Before the Paling of Joyce Scholl Adele Scholl, San out the gifts to the members. 1 place of Eula Mae Smith whois i Boots Peyton for being Santa's \ l

the Stars" (Kramer), "Sweet Little dra Johns Joann Smith, Martha now breaking into Lila Rae little helpers by giving the houses" : ,

Jesus Boy" (Gimsey), ''I Landrum Anne Cressler Nancy The A. C. Durdens i I It Yawn's job at Wall's Insurance i I and buildings that they made for i
Wonder as I Wander" (Horton), Bates, and Gail Duke. ( Agency Lila Rae is retiringat 'the Garden Club float in theI

"Gesu Bambino" (Infant Jesus) The public is cordially invited to Observe Sixtieth < the end of,Jan. Gertrude I Santa parade to the Farm Colony GIFT SUGGESTIONS J

and "No Candle Was There and both recitals. Hofmeister and Patsy Benton are in Gainesville! on Sunday I

No Fire" (Gostllng), Her charm Anniversary ; helping out at Duckys-Patsy has Hear that the P. D. Reddish family

and graciousness endeared her to Baptist PrimariesThe Mr. and Mrs. ,\. C. Durden re- ; just completed her business cours ; will be short one of their' seven j FOR HER FOR HIM

a most receptive audience. At ceived guests at the home of :: over in-G'ville Florence Flynn sons around the Christmas dinner II

J.he conclusion of her program Primary B. Christmas partyof : and Mattie Gahagan are working table this year Dolph, i it
their daughter, Mis. O. L. Beas- (
he led in group singing of Christ I the Baptist church was heldIn I thru the holidays at Ronnie Don- ;i seems, signed up with the Air

mas carols I the recreation room Saturday j i I ley bration Monday of their nrfernoon sixtieth wedding in cele- nie Ola Mae Sapp is helpingout I Force the other day arid is now J *

Hostesses for the afternoon ;afternoon. Christmas decorationswere anniversary. at Leila's and Helen Haines taking basic at Lackland AFB. ,

were Mrs. C. A. Knight, chair. used and the large Christ j i Aat'ely l arrangement of glad- '' i is working in Priest's-whew! San Antanio. Texas A E. GJ

man Mrs. E L. Matthews, co- mas tree was surrounded by gifts. I wonder! if I got them all? I and Mary Wall are now residingin -
i Loll and carnations centered the Sets
jj at 1342 CosmeticSets Shaving ,
chairman Mrs. L. A. Canova, During the afternoon the 25 dining room table and placed at J Ji j Arriving homo today from I Jacksonville Gary II"

Mrs. Edward Bums Mrs. W. R. young guests played games, sang j Emory University in Atlanta!: are j St., Apt. 6 Q
i other points of interest in the j By
Morse Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. A I carols and exchanged gifts after l Marcus Brown and Kaspar Dun If you've been wondering what d, ,
( home were lovely of': OLD SPICE
Z. Adkins. Sr., Mrs. I. N. Brea. ,which they had refreshments of : many gifts Bill Cressler will becoming Callstreeters do in spare time, you
flowers. The Durdens also received -)
zeale Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. I punch, cookies and hard candy. home from Emory at Oxford should have taken in the Hobby 3 Q

L. D. Vining, Mrs. Bertha Pearce Hostesses at the party were I I many other gifts and cards .i| Florence Brown from FSU Show at the Methodist recreation AND TAWNBy dI'
of remembrance the
and Mrs. H. B. Peyton. ;Mrs. during day. hall Thursday night of last week:
Shirley PolJet, superintendent, 1 Lewis Haines from law school at |
Calling during the 1.00 5.00
A short business meeting, preside j and the teachers Mrs. Orie Wiggins Stetson, Roddy Struth from Ga I. 'Twas quite an interesting exhibit to
about 50 friends.
were I Ii
over by the president, Mrs. J Mrs Eustis McKnight Mrs. I :Military College and any number I and should become an annual LENTHERIC

C. H. Nasworthy, preceded the Maxie Carter and Mrs. J. E..I'i! Birthday Dinner ; from U. of F. which lets out todayfor event On display were many .- '
tea. 1 tI Ulderbran. .If' i I beautiful oil paintings and watercolors ft YARDLEY f
For Carol Whitei the holidays A,3 Jerry I
:f' including several by oui H GRAY'
< eV Lawson will be coming in sometime DOROTHY
u U } Mrs. Olin W. White. Sr. and this weekend from sown, Caro Chandler whose por-

Mrs. Wilbur Scott entertained at",,], AFB, Chandler, Ariz -he has leave trayal of a huge bowl of Magnolia I 9 MAX FACTOR ON OLOLITECHRISTMAS ,

a lovely dinner Sunday. Dec. 7, i' from the 20th to Jan. 1 I blossoms was one of the favorites \ TUSSEY

TrNow featuring :'at the White residence for Miss i iI I and Pvt. Charles Lawson w.li be I on display Janet Turner arranged l i TREE 3
: [ Carol White who was celebrating home from Fort Jackson S. C. : an interesting layout of

her birthday anniversary. this weekend Bobby Biggs Japanese objects d'art sent t tr ;

1 The dining table was attracj I.' has returned to the railroad i in her by Bobby while overseas one 1.00 to 15.00 1 LIGHTS 69C 3

I lively centered with a reflector Wildwood I
I ":
holding four poinsettia blossomsat I Surely hate to hear that Garnita -'r t SCIIICK 2

each corner and centt'redith and Charlie Parker will be movingto Electric Shaver 24.50
I T 01
Friendly Jeweler" ;t a glass bowl holding small multi- Daytona Beach around the first DAEIC REMINGTON ,

j I colored Christmas balls. The centerpiece -I of the year where Charlie is being FL-: \\
was flanked by silver i i iI transferred with Florida Power & STARKE I t\ GIFTS 0 'I Electric Shaver 27.50 \
I candle holders holding burning; Light hear that Brad and iJ "r SUNBEAM $

pink tapers. The birthday cake Sharon Locke are having the time Fri. Sat. Dec. 19, 20 Q Always) a Favorite With the Ladies- t Electric Shaver 26.50 ft

(f1 terlloliollo! was iced in white, decorated in of their lives on their "second DOUBLE FEATURE il Young: or Old t V

pink and sprinkled with tiny silver honeymoon" up in Boston and AMITY

f candy bells. }i, N. H. Ensign Dick Fowler arrived NIGHT RAIDERSWith 3 I YYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYvYYYYv'? r Bill Folds! 1.50 to 10.00 9RONSON

r 'ir 4 A few close friends and rela- Sunday and will rejoin his %

tering 1 I lives helped Miss White to celebrate -j ship, the Tarawa in R. I. on the Whip Wilson and Fun.' 3 GIVE i
j 6.00 15.00Q $
J the occasion. 27th Glad to hear that little Knight t Lighters to
Candy Caines is gettingalong fine {\ : HERA i n
;Legion AuxiliaryHas after her tonsilectomy in Alachua fl i i SIIAEFFER flI

0 al"o TheMAGIC I
Hospital on Tuesday f

Yule PartyThe happy to report that Jeannette CARPETWith I Lovely I :I Pen and Pencil \ 9

sra Kincaid was able to be movedfrom
American Legion Auxiliary {\ SETS r[ 4 ,
] the hospital to her apart Lucille Hall and John ... ,.. {\
met Tuesday evening for their iJ Dresser
where she: will remain t if
"hnstmas party at the home ofM ment in Tampa Agar 3.50 to 30.00 = -

I ,', A J. Thomas Jr. in convalescence thru the Al-o Chap. 10 Serial .t Cartoon g Set 3
holidaysyou: can send her greetings -
Food was brought for the Christmas
to 703' Bay street. Tampa Sun., Mon Dec. 21. 22 i BOXED
basket and several items of
with her are her parents the
lothmg will be purchased for the TARZAN'S ,. CHRISTMAS CARDS I
A. C. Durdens and Gertrude Beas- I 1
children in the family who will 2.50 to 24.95
1. r >'eive the basket. ley Mus'nt forget to extend SAVAGE FURYWith 1 ,
orchids to the Durdena on their

I i Mrs T. A. Yawn Jr social 60th \\'f'ddingannivt'rsary which I..exrker and Dorothy I K .................. .............. ..Ail.. ......., i WEST BEND

-hainran presented a Christmas they celebrated on Monday Hart
program In the contests prizeswere Also Cartoon and I..atiMorld Percolator 13.95 i
glad to hear that Loyree H rt- -
awarded to Mrs. Sheltie Hall. R'sICBOXES
mann was able to be moved froTSt. News I!
Mrs Mayme Toomey. Mrs. Claude Vincent's Hospital on Tuesday ': POWD In Colors, $
('rnu sni and Mrs. Walter MuhlhlttrM _
r to her home but she will have Tues.. Wed. Dec. 2;: 21 ,
I to remain in bed for several wef>k= S\K\HIEE TOM BONNY BRAID WEST BEND KI.KCTKIC:
'ijitts; : were exchanged and delirious DOUBLE FEATURE

I bthe refreshments hostesses Mrs.were served A. J. Marji at Dowling the E. J.is Dowlino"also convalescing ? The STEEL FISTWith | BRIDES DOLLS | Pop Com Popper 6.95 j J

AU 'AHUN'MADf __.--- 209! Christian street corn-rate
Thomas Jr. and Mrs. Mike Gilhooley. Roddy .MrIo\vall
,I = to Virginia and Fred Sellev of

.. ; I il, Fernandina. former residents of AND : g CHRISTMAS C A N DIE I S Whitman's and Norris Q
Starke. who had a baby boy born
INU.SAi9h !td p'' F. P. & L. Employees last Friday ARCTIC FLIGHT : () dIK

\\ii.i V,a.\n MorrU and Leis
Guests At DinnerThe Has been a bunch of Chrit.q; 3

this week-the O h':n Albright
.Place settings ONE Of AMIRICAS MOST Florida I, ALx Latest igI CANOVA
Power World News
& Light Co... Houpts entertained the R.nt"t Pharmacy
fain at $_?750 |'_ LOVED PATTERNS was host at a chicken and steak choir after practice at their hrv"'" I I

Cnoost from 15 supper at El Rancho Drive In Wednesday evening Sara Gravj Thur., Dec. 25 OXLYEMBO

:'Fed. tax incl. fft ariist-JcsigneJ pattern I Thursday night of last week. j:I was surprised at a birthday P-..+" A I
c:: Honor guests on this occasion given by the Koch drug .qt Aff 'n

= .- I were local employees of the com- [I the back of the store MCn""vI WALGREEN AGENCY ,S

Y pany who recently ended a six- I afternoon they also pave ....- With Howard Hill tL"Starke.. Fla
Also Iatht World News Phone Ifi161)) py
months period without lost-lime 13
a I two pieces of her china as a g't
accident. Thursday evening of last "'"- 'I




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i \ ,I.I.liUM IT M.\Y O '.NCKK.N:!: ; This notice shall be published To Maria Pizzi. \\ hifn -idenre or !I.. f're
Th.it w" ,' Kviuror-: th' KI.UIit ,nee each week t..r four ('onse'uti.11..<1 address i>: 116 Pine Str..et, 1'at- 1'' .I.I>th"f .!.inru MM 1 1'".
,.' ._, I \1\.1: I I. :'. \.tiiili-r\ituit. h.i\e (1..1! weeks in the Hndfo County Tele- tenon X. J. ,.;!h. r\\ '-e th. : patiois .. I
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p "'I: 1'i, d! U'l'.nt' and uill nil i't'! graph r'li are h..rt"bnotitio'd that a IJ \I---: ,t w..i i l j"c t-U- ,
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/ .61l/lam .."> I li 1 i'". I'nUIIIX' JlliifTt' of ''',',-'. 1'1\'flt' tare and custody ..i 's" I
r / 'I I'; i' .' a i :.n'i. Flurida fm Final OFFICIAL SK\I.) A. J Thomas minor child .
t I. A I" ,, c. .' I'utur": lit said'I Clerk of the Circuit C..ur'I has bt-en filed ae-t'"j .> I 'I d I
N THE NEWS ; t 1 ; '" '. By Marian L Crosbj Diputv chute n"> "c ,,' i.f ,1 I ." d..< '. ':." ;
1 / Itl I -. '!'i\ M!.i\' if. December 1151'::. 12 19 4t 2'9 y.". -. .1 j to. -, -x ,' 1.1", i' ,.r: I' Itour I
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Vindervoort answrrr pUadi |h.
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I \ I M I Vandt-rMmrt '''I'I.tI.t'n" the Plautt'if .t'FFlt'L\ 'I" \
1-: I"' 4t 2':: :' \orurIOIMTll.. Vl""an.lL'am, T' M 'r" '' '11..1'1. .., ".. ."
Miss Minnie Bessent was hostessat Mrs. J. H. Fields spent Tuesdayand Florida lirniii: In (han-er..art. llrndrnrd. < unlT.
a Christmas party and three Wednesday of last week in .M'' "il I I 1./. I 'I.. F: : :tb. \
In t ir.-uil ( our.. llrnilford (''uulr

tables of Canasta Thursday eve I| Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs.. 1 Florida,. i t.'I t ;W In hnnerr'I''it.'. Plaintiffm.). \, _101. ____ ____ M- _""- ... ,_ ._ ,_
ning. !I| Robert Tanner Jr. and shopping.Mrs. 1'1"i i j"'I"lId"nt.' ('..1,4.: ", .-,
Order Of lul>llalii>o and '..ti.-e 'I returned to \ ; state uf Florida' SANTA KNOWS Our Store Is A
i Pat Casey ,
Friends of Mrs. F. H. Long will i T Iirii'\ "i'. Tate, whose n ".I. rn .
regret to hear that she has been Norfolk. Va. with her husband. mil ,,101.. -., ,I' .;',oV I':?,t'N.e .. !I' TREASURE
: \ h'N Vi HOUSE of GIFTS Take
i Radar Seaman Pat Casey for two .
quite ill and is spending sometime 1"a''i ir- r. |inr.-d to apl'.11 i mi

with her son-in-law and weeks' visit. Jami.i naiti-' il t '\1'ni't 1 l' l-ijT;and; cause m the, uh.i.m,il,".\ ,. ,.: A TIP FROM HIM AND SHOP HERE !

daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S.i 1,1.11"' -.-.k, divorce. Ti.i.ltord',
Carroll in Jacksonville. Col. and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Addison < nutty. 'I-l.'Kraph. shall puhli-h tlu"id. r' 'z
t M i I" 'vt four wt-tkl
Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. E. K. I of Gainesville were visiting Mr. VVnti-. mv hand and i.ffi. iiiseal Bulova Elgin Hamilton
Friday .t''' SIHI'K.;', .. ..
I and Mrs. E. E. Thornton last Florida this 1.\
visited Mrs. Long on 111-1
Perryman ,
h. 17. 1!t;:: .z
Tuesday, the occasion being Mrs.Long's I /')FF'i''I" IAL SEAL: ) A. J Thomas I UIERICA'S FINEST W\TrHE
.V, <'lerk of said foiirt
birthday anniversary. I n> M.ii: ;"i I.. ,1'r+isby. Deputy 'U-rk
II I Mrs. B. A. Pope. Jr. and children ,'hail.-' It H........ :Sol: (guaranty Life

Dr M. B. Herlong and Mr. and Ben Bob and Mary Lois, Mu idniK, I"I' !k''.n\illf, Fla.I' 33.75 to $295 ,1t
!I'll! 12::, 1':' 4t :2:, 9 _
Mrs. Frank Herlong were in Perry of Norfolk Va. will arrive Satur- I --- i iI

for the weekend visiting Dr. and day for two weeks' visit with Mrs.Pope's I :\IITH'ITO API'KUl i One Group; Nationally AdvertiM-d _

Mrs.. Mark Adams. parents Judge and :Mrs.A. In (Irruit (lonrl Itradfurd County,':
Floriiln: In Chanrrrr. WATCHES S15 IT
Z. Adkins.Mr. Joyce, Adele. and Joan Scholl; attractive daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Minni.. Mari Johnson. Plaintiff n. I

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Beaver of C. L. Scholl, are pictured above with their collection of doll clothes,I I Mandt-vill,' Howard Johnson, Drfen-

Brunswick, Ga. spent several days and Mrs. Monso Tatum of which was a highlight of the Hobby Show held in the Methodist t Motive dant. T.. Apprnri Case No. 954S 1 I CATHEDRAL iii...
last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Deland were weekend guests of To: Mamlfvillf: Howard Johnsun.who.so MANTEL
recreation hall Thursday of last week. The collection above represents n-sidfiii and address isI'M Handmade, Diamond I
:Merrill Struth. -
Nasworthy.Mr. Mr- and Mrs. Known AUK E R
a complete wardrobe of 50 knitted pieces all made by the mother ol
You are hereby notified that a CLOCKS Wedding Sets Pen & Pencil
and Mrs.V"illiam S. Colson I Mrs. Randolph Crosby of Lake the girls. The Scholls moved here a year or bo ago from Harrisburg suit, for
/i\.or. ;and n-.storation of By
and children of Orange Park were ,, City visited Mrs. Maxie Carter I Pa. They own and operate El Rancho Motel. t name muid.-n SETS
I I has been filed against in theabove I Art Carved American
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knightand on Monday. I.
visiting named Court and cause and : Beauty & Bond $5 & UP
'Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson \ Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch spen t t you are required to serve a copy of .
Stubbinsand your answer or pleading to the
Mrs. R. P. com-
on Sunday Dr. and ., I Mr. and Mrs. R L. Reddish Mrs. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. taint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I _J. 39 50nd ALSO DESK SETS
daughter Mary Rivers, drove John Carmichael, and Hutley Joe Williams and family in Ink Joseph; K. Skipper 221 Graham: _
,, ham :
Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. Wilder of to Tallahassee Wednesday to leave I-mlding, Jacksonville Florida!
I Clark were visiting in Butler. 'and file the original in the office Teenage Identification
Pinecastle and Mrs. E. T. King of I Mary Rivers with her grandmother Keys Sunday afternoon. I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..ii Handmade
Stubbins, Sr.. cr before the Bracelets
Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof i Mrs. R. P. Mrs. Laura Tison was in Lak<:)| 19 day of January 1933:; ; ..6,95 Sterling SilverNecklace

Mrs. Faye Gill and Mrs. Mae through the holidays. .1 Mr. and Mrs. George T. Hug- City over the weekend with Mr 1 otherwise the allegations of said -- I .. ... Sets 5.25 & UP
will be
Edwards.For gins and family have moved here and Mrs. Bill Tison. (( essed by you. taken as con-
f ,5 Mrs. Eunice Box of Jacksonville from Macclenny and are occupyingthe .' This notice shall be published SILVER By McKenna 10.50 Up For Gent

thow who ( nto send attended the Christian Church Graham house Clark St. (flee each week for tour consecutive
i on Mrs. Ben Rowland and daughter ineeks in the UradforJ TIE SETS
County Tele-! InternationalLunt]
the beat..Hallmark Christmas here Sunday and was a dinner I''gra ph. Sterling Silver;l Baby
'very ij Mr. Huggins is the new county Kay spent the weekend i ii CUFF LINKS.
Cferd of Mr. and )Irs. Lester Kite I Hated this 17 day of December FORK & SPOON SETS
at Bulllngton's.! I guest agent for Bradford County Chipley and in Apalachicola will 11912.I .

will take over the duties of this Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall am i (OKFIOIAI, READ A. J. Thomas. CUPS IDENTIFICATIONBRACELETS
Mr. and Mrs. Gonzales I Attending the funeral in De- I| (lerk of the Circuit Court
Tony office on January 1.Feature Bent Handle
I family. :,ICy, Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Spoons
B. Cren
Miss Norma Gonzales and Mr. land Wednesday of V. 'I
12/1:! 41 2'9
3.00 & UP
,, Gold Filled
and Mrs. Cecil Sewell attended shaw who died in Bainbridge Ga Lock I and
Diamond Rings i
Mrs. J. J. Holland of HollandVa. I
the Singing Convention in Mel. were Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins,' at Rullington's. :NOTICE TO API-Kill I Sterling Silver
i is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Car I ID tin-alt (Court Bradford .
rose on Sunday.C. Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Mrs. Ezra Florida: In ChnnrrrT Coom, I KKEISLEIl & C, MEX 4.95 UPRonson
I ,
I Roberts for a month.
Lennon and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Mr 1, Jack Haile of Miami will arrive I :Marian lAerett Talbot Ti Ihnt. ) .IMai-itiff. Xv ; Watch Bands

H. Koch of Norfolk Va. U!: Crenshaw was the son-in-law oiiMr. ; Saturday to spend ten days Mrs. R. R. l'I I"I. &
Hutchings am
I 3.00 & UP
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn: '' and Mrs. D. C. Lennon ol i with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Toppmr.
attended fam ToKverett:
I daughter, Montie a Talbot: !, \who-- 1'.1- Zippo Lighters
for ten days. Deland. W. G. Haile. dem-e is: Jranby,
i ily reunion Saturday and Sunda;, I Yo h""t. and
I lll"-s ls-: J'ox S6. ranby.! ; TIE SETS &
in Eustis with Mr. and Mrs. J. H Conn
Mrs. W. T. Jackson and sons: ';t Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin and Mrs. H. B. McLendon came up Hooten. 'j'suit You for are hereby notified that a i $37.50 & UP CUFF LINKS Leather Travel Sets

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank: son Jimmy, of the State Farm Monday from Orlando and was i
Divorce ...., For Men 7.50
Weaver in Williston over the: j visited Mrs. Godwin's mothers ,accompanied' home Tuesday by ;,! has been filed against you in the 4.95 UP Up
Mr. Mrs. D. } Special 5 IV.
and E. Tenly am above
weekend while Mr. Jackson i Mrs. Peggy Shaller from Wednesday !I her parents, Mr and :Mrs. E. S. named Court and cause andyouraraen.suqeUiro ....
son, Sonny attended the Walter< '<1 to serve a ot
visiting his mother Mrs. Fred to Friday while Mr. God..il1and I 1 i Matthews who will spend then I: copy HOSTESS SET
1 family reunion in Cordele, Ga. 01 1 complaint' "r !
Leonhard and Mr. Leonhard i in J. G. Godwin were hunting i I 1 ,;, Christmas holidays in Orlando. I jhedlnWlntltf-; By
Sunday at the home of Mrs. W. I Attorney 1 T. r Landrum
Keystone Heights.Mr. the Scrub.I i Starke. Florida Gem: Jewelry I
I | Friends here will regret to H. Williams.Mr. ''land the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the('office. of :1 Lunt Sterling

and Mrs. L. A. Davis went Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns spenl t learn of the death of Mrs. Flour- I or before the .urt on $15
and Mrs. M. L. l"lwSn I I'1 -1.1"I I tI"l, Call Street Star l'. Fla.
!M I'-
to Atlanta Ga. on Tuesday for the weekend in Lakeland visitin:: Phillips in Tallahassee last ofherw.se. ,
noy :j th all. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson am K;lt! II' f' ,'.d
several days. I relatives. 1 Sunday. Funeral services were
: Mr and___ _Mrs___, H.__. n.A. Lawson am(I
i I I II held there Monday. --
Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. was 1>h. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright \ families attended the homecoming! .

in Jacksonville from Wednesdayto 'I and Mrs. Jeannette Christian of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell of the Baptist church in Auburn .

Saturday of last week attending I I West Palm Beach were weekend returned to their home in Jack- dale on Sunday and enjoyed din 1:. .

: the State Finance Officers guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. sonville Friday after spendingtwo ner on the church grounds ?

meeting. I Wainwright. w't'ksth her sister, Mrs. 1f.

I I :I ISir. I, C. F. Ward, who accompanied', Mine Holiday

Mrs. Lester T. Crews and baby and Mrs. Charlie Parker i them home for a few days. JEiIII------- '-ta .. "- : &ttll.be---f----: l'1''
daughter Mary Carolyn returned spent the weekend in Daytona The Trail Ridge ilmemte mine .d ; t
home Sunday from Alachua General Beach. I Mr and Mrs. Eustis McKnight east of here, operated by Hump '1 We Now Have & :

I hreys Gold Corp., will be shutdown i J
. Hospital. | and son, David went to Lakeland
Friends of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid ,Ion Sunday to get their daughter ; December 25 in observanceof :1 AVer Selection ? Gifts CELLOPHANEGummed !

Picture Craft A gift that U will be happy to hear that she I Dolores, who is a student at Stetson the Christmas holiday. There :

different an oil painting you paint was able to be moved from the University. Dolores left Wed will be a limited operation at the I of r .. Seals !

)yourself at BulflngtonX Tampa Municipal Hospital to her I. nesday for New York City to mine on December 21, ChristmasEve.

I apartment at 703>i Bay street in spend three weeks with friends. i Ribbon ,

Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter I Tampa and her sister Mrs. O. L. I i CANDY Angel Hair

visited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Beasley, is with her there. They : Alph Hazen of Orlando visited I II Recent Births .
Faulk and :Mr. and Mrs. Eddie \ will be joined next Tuesday by |I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen onI i Red Hells

Humphries Sunday in Jacksonville. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I Monday.I Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Barton FOR THE HOLIDAYS

j Durden who will remain through I of Jacksonville announce the birth, MAKE YOURSELECTION AT Enclosure Cards 4\

Misses Dorothy Alvarez and 'the holidays. | W. E. Dowling returned of a daughter, Mary Ann, on December \And Many OIlier Items

Dorothy Ross and Mr. and Mrs. 1 last Friday after spending several 4 in St. Vincent's Hospital.| ,

Paul Raymond attended "The P. T. Nolin supervisor of county -I j I weeks with her mother, Mrs. Roy ,, Mrs. Barton is the former Evelyn NOW KOCH'S;: : For Gift Wrapping !

Messiah" !in Deland Sunday.Mr. to De- Dowli
schools was called Mathews in Palatka. Mrs. Griffis daughter of Mrs. R. A.
I .'_ .. .-..- 'C -,'. -_. __. __"C-__ ."_".._. -_.. _.....___ ..>
Funiak Springs Monday by the i I ing who is still confined to bed Griffis of Starke. '- r' -- ----_ __ ..:-. '. _- ._- ... ..- -to' -+ -_ j --... -

and Mrs. Robert Lappe and death of his mother Mrs. Anna | is staying at the E. J. Dowling !

Mr.visited and Mrs.Mrs.Fred Herbert Selley and Green her Nolin. who had been ill for some .j home at 209 Christian street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng an- !,I From Far and Near We Have Assembled An Amazing Array of Lovely Gifts

pounce the birth of a son, Martin i
time. Funeral services for Mrs. I
new baby son in St. Vlnct'nt'eHospital l Mrs. J. E. Wilson is staying Dec. 16 in Alachua General '
Lee on
on Sunday. Nolin were held Tuesday. with her sister Mrs. S. T. Dell. I Hospital. i iI Useful Every One. Here Are A Few Suggestions Many Others In Stock i

Sr in Gainesville\ until after the I :

holida)'s. ('IlttLYfIXThe \ ImY11n .. nr.ymn..m.Z.yy.nymn.nyy..r.r..Tn..n..rSCHICK

installation of officers of !
THEATRE Van Patel and daughters .
the Starke Masonic Lodge will Schaeffer and Parker
Gunga and June, were in Jacksonville j .
27 instead t Electric Razor .
STARKE Monday visiting Mrs. take place December G.

of December 22. ;

Dedicated To Community Service Donald Bennett. ,'; 10 DAYS TRIAL _ -'A.--;: : 6:

"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mrs. W. B. CARD OF THANKS tt < <
24.50 :
Mundy and daughter, Clair Jean We wish to express our heart;i i

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ai d II I j were visiting the family of Mrs felt thanks and appreciation for ( .

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKET!;.1 11T I A. Steele in Gainesville on Sunday the kindnesses an % assistance ): 6. ';\ CIt-3 For the Home

rendered by our many friend .i !
FRI. MORNING; DEC. 19 RONSONLighters --- j
SUN.. MON.. n-Ec-t-2 2'' during the illness and death
10:00 A.M. Mrs. B. T. Thomas of Starke our father and for the beautiful ., ToastmasterMixmaster s
and Mrs. Jennings Starling and! '
CHILDREN'STOY 1 M-G-M flowers. t
presents the hilarious ;i I -
MATINEE I J Musical Romance. .tr .... Mrs Jack Hines of Brooker attended i --The William Prevail Childien .
l : ....
..........'.......'............ the bridal shower for Mrs i ,
FREE! FREE! FREE! I, : MtHEI' Shirley Warren in O'Brien Wednesday :

Trigger Junior ; i BKAUSi't'O ....: afternoon.Mr. ,;'Addresses Of Interest i PEN AND PENCIL SETS
........ AUTOMATICPerculator
:................. I 1 : Bill Folds
S. J. Futch. 9001 St.-wait Axe
... H. Norma '7
ClI. and Mrs. W. I
J. II. DBAS, JR. South Jacksonville Fla. .
were dinner guests Tuesday eve
Plus "Soapy Opera" Cartoon an d rungof Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Rosa De Loach. :2536; FV 20th : ';\ 4

Sat. Dec. 20 ONLY Lmtet World News Hawkins in Jacksonville.The St. Miami, Fla. iI Hopalong and CinderiltaWATCHES BE SURE TO VISIT OUR .
c;;' ,c;;' i

DOUBLE FEATURE: Tues., Wed., Dec. 23, 21 Garden Club
( following I 10'a1.t're hell I I i \

o\t'r from last work) Will Visit Homes ; I
l' 4 1
( arIes Mrs Xate Dyal and Mrs T I.. Monday Night i 6.95Whitman

STUREn t/ <"asev were shopping in Jackson. i
( 1 Members of the Garden r'hiti!
\'Int' Friday and Mrs. Casey's sis

S u1tY 'v ,, fpi Mrs. E. T. Vestal returnee I plan to take a pilgrimage around iti I (;if1sv21IN'H i"

BURNETiE \Vg, i I with! them for the weekend. town at their December meetingnext b and C)
evening to see the :
ANo "Thrifty Cub!>" Cartoon an.d Monday i ; .
and it
homes decorated inside c
Latest World Nf\\! Mrs Effie Johns was the supper HollingworthCANDIES
I guest Monday night of her nenhev, for the Christmas season

itnd niece. Mr. and Mrs. Edward: I The members will meet .it the (Ai For The Entire Family -
-.--. RUSSELL NORMAN Gross of Jacksonville home of Biro M. F. Hazen 221 TONI DOLLS

.\SD- Lafayette St. before the meeting i.


guest at a Thanksgiving Dn, after the Pilgrimage. 4.-
M i M row A
: ME VERYTNIN fa'rily gathering at the home 01:f Hostesses for the evening will i J i

'".' ---Co.u his son Clarence Andreu. in Panama be Mrs C 3ra Quattlebautr Mis 2 Koch Drug StorePhone

I HAVE Is. CHAMPION j City. V. V. Hazen and Mrs A E M. ,A

--.r: i ::YOU RS O'Ki?rr'1 Barbara and Carolyn Ray oj!f Kinney.Anyone desiring to incite I :h' j lit It.I 53 Starke, Fla.

Monticello were guests of Mr. ann d I
dub members Into their homes *csec

Al,.o ''('arc Fright" Cartoon and) .u..o "AIn't She Tweet" Cartoo day Mrs.until Jack Monday.Mr. Edwards. from Thurs their Christmas decoration-: "-

and "Trouble in Laws* Comedy
Chapter 10 Serial
I on Monday evening while they are

and Mrs. R C. Roberts 01 f:r on their pilgrimage please cr>nt
Daytona Beach have rented th e Harrington house on Water street 1I I 1 !i tdr


FRIDAY. DF.rEMRFJl 19.H'! 1'q._.:...
Easy and Inexpensive !' TTYYYYYTYYYTYYYTYYYYYYT, I I a

Keystone Heights 4..r PRIVACY WITHOUT GLOOM
Chocolate Chip Cookies ) r

by ;Mrs. Sara :McDnnalJ u I GLARE!


.\rti\ities ; / ::1

Tin Community Church .> 'ii, the translucentenctian blind

hold A candlelight pre-Christma> I

sen-ire on Christmas Eve De THfN; 11..f
24 at 11 p: m. in the churchEvervono iw 4 \. .

is invited. On Thursday ) mE l
.. l'k"$ ,
Dec. IS, the Nightingale Cir

rle will meet at the home of MreG np
..} ;
R Starnes with Mrs. C. J

w.. Bastedo as co-hostess. This will bf : BLIND EVER!

oAr off' rPA a Christmas party and ember r
Duchess m-IMe\ Venetian 1:1:I ikl.
arc asked to bring a gift to b*' -4 bring you a decorating miradchomrmaking

exchanged. The afternoon nrcl,I & e. maic. They gi\f \,1Ui
will meet on Monday, Dec. 22 at t it ?" rooms d new radiant glow of livm _
rotor .
the home of Mrs. U'm. MVal .yet assureou" priv.ioDuthess
r VenilMexenetian mind-
x .r o9Xti rath Sr. with Mrs. Ray Lawrenr,>
I : are translucent, but not transpjint.
.-. 4 $' Gry9'r .. and Mrs. Eula Walker as hos.tesses They are dust-repellent", fle\i
There will be l hlc. easier to dean. Duchess \'
spew ('OJ
What could be better to have on make them. They're inexpensive, :. I'ln
hand for school lunches and chil too, as well as delicious. program for this meeting01 n ?- '1 .gainst! 1 are guar.uitivd
dren's snacks than those delicious Sunday, Dec. 21, the Sunda rut.urruion-Ihrle s
CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES no paint to lop', rack, or peel.
chocolate chip cookies that stay so school will present their Christmas
fresh and moist and 'i't cup shortening .
tasty? j & cup sugar program in the church. Members r ?" f.. h. 0" h., .

:Made with sell-rising flour, they }i cup brown sugar, firmly 1, of the classes will brin: I ,I .t e.
contain the bone-building calcium
packed wrapped gifts to bf sent to th<> I '
that children
helps keep your 1 egg '
healthy and happy. And they always I Southern Mountain Mission Work .
V teaspoon
taste like more. IVt cups sifted self-rising flour I'I The Congregation is invited t,
Chocolate chip cookies are real 1 package (7 oz.) chocolate bitsy i this program. _
party food, too. Served with ice cup walnuts, chopped '! t
The First Baptist Church wil I I'' __ EXCHANGE STORE
cream, they make a perfect ending Cream shortening and the two 4dr
hold their school
to a bridge luncheon, or a dinner sugars together until light and program
party. Or a plateful served to fluffy. Add egg and vanilla and I on Tuesday. Dec. 21 a'r' L I'hon 2l(>;-\\ :Starko.:' 'rho:i
guests in the evening makes con beat well. Stir in sifted self-rising 7:30: in the church. The proprarr>

versation more enjoyable. flour. Add chocolate bits and nuts | will include a pageant, songs an,t 4

They are so easy to make with and mix: thoroughly. Drop by tea- recitations and the distribution <]>If _
self-rising flour. You'll like this spoon onto greased baking sheet,
time-saving recipe, and the resultsare about 2 inches apart, and bake in gifts by Santa CTaus. In the ah I. .

so good to eat that all your moderate oven (375 F.) 12 min send of a regular pastor. th Y r :S ,}rt'

friends will be asking you how to, utes. Yield: 4 dcz. cookies. Rev. D. A. Bonnell will fill th
pulpit this Sunday and the res! 1

i I of this month. xkr

1 The Catholic Church held thei ty I THIS CHRISTMAS

TIRE SPECIALS ,, Children's program on Wednesday I"e I

of this week. There will b<

!; midnight mass in Starke. i: 1. Y U

!: The bazaar given by the Wo r S ri

I 600 X 16 510-75 Plus Tax I man's Club on Friday, Dec. 12, I red f ,

in the club house was very sue I';: ;
resvful. netting the club about I
$130 :': I

COOPER FIRST LINE TIRES The Woman's club held their

( regular business meeting on Tues CHRISTMAS" I

day. Dec. 9, in the club house "HAPPY NEW BULOVA ELGIN & SWISS

600x16 13.75710x15 i 16.25 Hostesses were Mrs. Haberstroh ,

and Mrs. Rutledge. Routine business i
I The Christmas season brings ii i The pattern was clear It is selves Chi isUans without bother- WATCHES
: discussed, the most im'
was 'i out some of the best in us. It is still clear for us all to read.! ing to fulfill the duties which the
670x15 14.85 650115 16.50 portant item being the adoption I
J i then that we become generous. It In this world we would be word implies.
of a new schedule of rates for i Now On Display At Our Store
is then that we want to give brothers. The generous spirit i Look around during the :
you ,,
the rental of the club house. The!
ALL PRICES EXCHANGE PLUS TAXGROUP things to each of our loved ones :which we feel at Christmas sea- Christmas season, see how far''' I

new rates are $3 for any partgi'en ,.' Sometimes the giving spirit over- son would be with us always.In short this world comes when I II ALSO SOME GOOn BUYS IN
by a church: $5 for any afi I
| flows so that we take in some> this world there would be measured for Christianity. And,

1BATTERIES i: fair given for the purpose oraising f. outside!; family circle. I Ino crimes, no lynchings, no mis- while we think of the Babe of USED WATCHES

money for an organiza I It is now that we the treatment of those unable to
repeat pro, Bethlehem, let us alo think of the
tion.: S.r for a private party given I : old story of the birth of the tect themselves.I ram lie became lie was tired All Watches Guaranleed

n.55 ; hv a club member: $10 for a private Child in Bethlehem and of the I this world there would be no of people who took advantage of

patty given bv a non-clu b coming of the Wise Men bearing selfishness nor greed. No man others. He was impatient with SEE TS FOR

I i member or organization The! gifts. The story of this little would covet that which his neighbor shame and hypocrisy. lie demanded EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING

EXCHANGE Catholic Church will pay a flat: Child sent into the world for the had. The neighbor would divide justice fair treatmentof
rate of $10 a month for Sunday good of mankind it that which had
a touching oner he with the everybody. He drove the
9 Months Guarantee
morning mass and Wednesdayafternoon that all of us love. less fortunate man.
I money changers!\ out of the temple WILLIAMS JEWELRY
instruction class. Civic! i I But do we forget sometimes, One could go on listing the To build the kind of world

and welfare organizations tnay| that this little Child became a 1 things that a really Christian Christ taught could be built metrxs
531:; 1 W. Call St. Starke, riaI
L. F. (MONK) DINKINS 1 use the building for occasional providedthey : man? Do we forget this Man cal-| world would be but those are 'j that each of us must first cleanse i,
meetings free of charge
: I enough to show us how, far we his own heart. Christmas is aj I
from those led on us to remake the world in '1
Phone 78 Starke Fla. ;' obtain permission 'I I are from having a Christian woild. good time to begin. '
in charge and do not use the a new pattern? I It is strange that we call our i Southern Farmer
j I
,\ kitchen I I
I j The next regular meeting of f i I

the club will be on' January 13: I Southern Bell Telephone Co. I II Job Opportunities owned automobiles is reimbursedat

o since the second meeting in Dec DeBerard traced the use of the rate of 7 1-2 cent a mile. STOCK CLEARANCEON

o. is omitted. !i radio in Bell System telephone Offered NowIn For some time vacancies went

elf( Kotarians SPO Miorowa\ ;i and said that the new method of
unfilled because funds were not
I Welfare Work
I 0Y. II Radio Relay, the Bell TelephoneSvstem's 1! sending hundreds of telephone available to pay the salaries, but
try II I
I Ii new superhighway of messages zipping from tower to I II i {i I more recently the increased

e y communications was demonstrated tower through space' is now in use J More vacancies for workers in1 I resignations have resulted in an

i to the Keystone Heights Ro- I throughout the country. I! the State Department of Public:' accumulation of budgeted funds CHRISTMAS

I tarv Club last Friday bv Phillip I j He said the system now serves I Welfare exists now than are being'' which are available to fill va-1

E. DeBerard. Jr. of Jacksonville 5 the Southeastern section of the [ filled Rev. S. E. Sparks and T. R ;, fancies. i
I information supervisor for the United States linking Atlanta i! Connell. who are District :5 Board' Welfare visitors are required tcnave

ii \ with Washington, D. C., via Char-i I Members, said yesterday.
iI i I a college degree or two years ,
THE 1952 TheFAIDIIG lotte, N. C. A radio relay route j j' Resignations have caused a of recent, related experience ,

I!I i j between Atlanta and LoUiS\illt"I' "current high" vacancies, and !i Standards for other workers like e l
II j is under
Ky now
VETERANSOf I fixed the State Merit
II each of the 12 welfare districts in wise are by
I i Laboratory equipment was i
I the state now has welfare visitor System Council.
I Bradford County utilized to show how the super- ,
which be filled. I Persons wanting to apply for
I I high frequency radio waves called ) positions need to !

I Will Hold A j microwaves, can be reflected and I Along with other state employees work with the State Welfare Department t
i focussed to operate along the skyway full information
( workers in the State Wel, can get
--..... I TURKEYSHOOT I route with a minimum of' fare Department normally work I about jobs which are open by

power. | a five-day, 40-hour week and participate writing to the State Welfare De
(0' err GIRI. OY
I Q A question and answer period I
] I followed the demonstration. in a State Retirement partment. P. O. Box 9S9. Jacksonville

i Mr. and :Mrs. AI Nelson are plan. They have sick leave and or by writing to or callingthe
DEC. 20,10 A.M. I EXTRA LARGE IHCVCLKSpeedometer
I back in Keystone after a long vacation print]!. s K:>-> Travel on loral office at P O Box 295.
One mile West of StarkeOn stay in Carolina. !I,! '.
I official burin ,1\ personally Green ( 11\> Spring
: ? Lake Butler Highway Dr. and Mrs. Davis have moved Tricycles

I I into their new home on Lake- .A. . . ... .... .. 11111111AA111AAAAAAAAAAAPhone
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FREE TURKEY view Drive. Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams

will be arriving soon to occupy E ?- SPECIAL -44 LIST 45.93Reduced ; LIST 5.19Reduced

Given Away at Close the house next to the Davis 4

Of ShootCRSdlinE"COS5IP home. 12-PIECE '4 To To

I II Mss! Anne Walrath and Frank

I i Walrath will arrive this week for : BEDROOM

I: the Christmas'a.ration.. rc'iL ; I $34.95 $2'95BOY'S

I I 1 i Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reynolds, E GROUP

.- .- ; will leave on Friday to spend the 4
i i i weekend in Clearwater with MrReynold's Was $179.95 <4
9' 1 By "Shorty"i sister Mrs Fargo Bal- 4 4 20.

i liett. E Now $4fft.9S 4 4 Wagons
7mmmui/ : D. O. Stewart, who has beenill 4
SO Fla. Bicycle
for several weeks is able to : Starke, 4 4

Q Nr sit up for part of the day and is 4 LIST 10.9:
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dal/J is steadily improving. t 4 LIST 16.9;
Vse&eee Walter Allport remains quite .: 1-BED 1-COIL SPRINGS 4 4 Reduced To

ill in Riverside hospital in Jack VANITY TABLE LAMP 4 Reduced To

Special High Trade sonville. 1-CHEST 1-BED SPREAD i

Mrs. Berdie Ewing is still ill t VANITY BENCH 2-BLANKETS i
2 89.50In

LIFE! Holidays -- -. but is improving. t 1- I.\TTRESSPILLOWS: 4 4 4 $35.00 $5.95

"Hardly realized I was snliri: TO \IMMMIIIn 1' r.x -*pv v* f <{# 4 4

@ ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER !trotaP burners i towin' that car!'' rIntd.rirrnll' 1" Court.{'''nn...Ilrndforil.. fount, r1"Trrr.f + TTr.' J T W iiss 4 4
I Il" =
I 1 ,,' V J
I M.irr Arrhtr PI i i 'i" : ; -*" ,
and the burner tray combined into one smooth'piece- ;' Ial'i: J'hnrrhfr., p"f. daCase "'. '." ,: i t!' :' e : I Scooters Irish Mail

fost lighting, even heating, adjustable to all speeds from We realize that our !.erlice i to i' Nollci TA \!,l'..(,.. N' p.j 4 4

low simmer to fast, hot flame-and easily removable for you U an important part in the T... Willi"i .10nn .-\r.'n, r_", "I- qI s 4 LIST 5.33Reduced; LIST 19.93Reduced :
| r.sideneP and addrt- i<' r. 11r 4
ot-the-sink cleaning. life and operation of jour car. I r".n,. A\'nu''.. Hrnk'\'n.. .X. a y. a'p -44
y"" >i r- hv n'lif'! To To
Make us it. "ttit fnr nh'"rl"4O has been f '. '- s 4
FAMOUS RED WHEEL Only MicChefgives prove ,l'll'ainlt you in tl-. Thn\t TT" ,' ". s +..' 4

you the Red Wheel Owen Heat: Regulator that assures perfect i TTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLBBY InnEred I I Court and to very cause a "an.Y rof<'I81'v, ':"'' T-re-. ., ....... 1 'fir ,4 4 $1.95 ft.00
baking and roasting results. i. ewer or pl 'aflltir > 'h. r r'it i "" 'fo---& i $1
\1 the Plaintiffn"" t
/ T Frank T -..t- "- c.
::8)) SWING OUT BROILER simple \0 ., smok F'-.rich. and Mv r't u! "VP : 4
<- fit the '". -V t" "- e" "
less. Lifts out, for easy cleaning.CENTRAL ... .
Sales & Service "lIrt nn or t. 'he II 4
(, Ta'1uary, l1'i7.! ,, h.r" ice 'I'. 4
''era t ions of aid Oompla'-t;' w :
SImilar To Picture
akfn confessed .. 4
FLORIDAGas 11WIU1uIu11U111UKaiser I 81 by > : ,
TM!! notice hall Ve r'.I 1'-' -/! .r '
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I 'Tiff each week fnr four -nr-ser'" Pw ShowntJO'l'.
Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP "'
,>efcg in the Bradford ('ountT.lo.! 'Vh
& Appliance CompanySTARKE I graph.Dated this 10 day of fI.f't-m -.- 4 \,: .4 4

Temple Ave. Ph. 32 I 195. UNTIL fNTIL CHRISTMAS 4 Ave. Phone 69
FLA. I (OFFICIAL SEAT> A J "hr",. 4 OPEN 9 P.M. Starke. Fla. 600 Temple
I nrk of the rirrnlt P"tIV 4 .4 --IPAGE
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Peel. "..! CFlF1t10UR -. .
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Presbyterian Church AI ,,
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Vesper Chimes will be held at
the regular hour in the Presby-

terian Church next Sunday evening
at 6:00: o'clock featuring a I These Prices
Candle-lighting Carol Service, MERRY

.,.= combined with the annual Christmas STARLINGS
program of the Sunday Good NOW 'I XMAS
Baptist ChurchThis Methodist Church School. All members of the Sunday I
School, with their parents
the Girls 1 The First Methodist Church of; Through Xmas i
Sunday morning i and friends, are invited to attend Every Body
quartet of the First Baptist Church 1 Starke cordially invites you to the lovely Christmas celebration.lMusic | \

will sing special music, :Miss: Aliese!| special services during the: Christi I will include a solo b\ Larry .' . __. II I I__
On Christmas Sunday .-, -'' Quantity Rights Reserved .. .. .
Lawson will be the soloist. mas season. I Yarbray. '-P. "" .iI>, ., .. -0; ,! I-\ '-. -"-"". "" ;f.-.
The Pastor's message will be "A I' Dec. 21, at the 11 o'clock :) Program arrangements are In
Child Is Born". The Carol Choir I church service there will be special i the charge of Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
will sing Christmas music for the 1 Christmas music by all four !j and Mis. W. J. Epperson' .11 l
offeratory hymn. I of the Methodist Choirs:' The assisted by Mrs. Herbert Gr-en, THE HOTEST SPECIAL IN TOWN

, Sunday evening the Church iChildren's Choir, The Junior Choir, and Sunday School Superintendent -
! Choir will sing a special Christmas the Youth Choir, and the Senior i]| Ralph -fal bra}'. Music is being .
Cantata. The evangelistic Choir. Miss Virginia Sewel: will (I arranged by Mrs. Ellen Davis, =
message by the Pastor will be be guest soloist. The Rev. Thoma church organist. flATIT' r1Jul11 C
"Mine". | G. Mitchell will preach on the 1 The morning services .1' t n I 00

Sunray school meets at 9:45: I subject "The Christmas Song. i: o'clock, will include celebration of
with P. T. Nolin superintendent. I I Sunday evening at 7:30 the i[ the Lord's Supper, with music by
Training Unions gather at 6:15: ': Senior Choir, directed by Mrs. E. the choir and congregationasing

with Lavern Outlaw director. I K. Ferryman, church organist, will ing of communion hymns
'. j On Sunday, Dec. 28, the muging n-
Midweek service Wednesday present a Christmas musical program
worilip11 feature a taps
Christmas eve, at 7:30 a.m. with to which the public i i
i man's day emphasis, with lay
the Christmas message by the cordially invited. In addition tc I
I members of the Church assisting
Pastor. Plans are well under way the mu- ic by the Senior Choir I with the service Other regular UIOLBSjCRISCO

for the Watch Night service New there will be special vocal and services will be announced in

Year's Eve.A instrumental music. following issues of the Bradford
cordial invitation is extendedto I County Telegraph.
Tuesday evening, Dec. 23, the I
all to join in these hours of I i
Church School will present its
Church of God
worship at the First Baptist of j Christmas program, "The Magic [i

Starke and Pastor and people |lof Christmas" at 7 p.m. in the Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- __ .
alike wish all a most Happy church Sanctuary. I Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening .', =:'. __ -- ". v--.' ....'__ ,_. .v.--: :" :' ,;';: -_____ -
Christmas Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service

Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting I 3 Lh Can 83c GRITS Dixie
St. Mark's Episcopal I I St. Edward's Church 7:30: p.m.Law Thursday.tey | Lily I' 2 Lb 18c

Revs Ita)mond t;. MaclUainSchedule Sunday Weekday Mass Mass at 7:30 9:15:: a.a.m.Children's m.. Sunday Worship School 11 a.m.10 YPE a.m Morning Scrv-' SPRY 3 Lb Can 83c MEALr i Dixie Lily/ --i, ,''Z ib -18c

<< ) of Service, i Class Wed 3:00: p m
jag Saturday, 7; 30 p m
I Keystone HeightsWomen's I

9:45: a.m.SUNDAYS, Church School. 11 !'' ( Club) fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBAYLESS : COCONUT Per Can 16c COCA COLA 6 Bottle Ctn
Sunday Mass 1st 3rd, 5th Sun 21c
a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon;
I' '
11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. Sam
6:30: p.m.. Young People's Serv HIWAYb \
Confessions before all Masses. "
ice League. BLEACH 33" i/2Go//on 23' PICKLES Sweet Big
I 7:30: p.m. 22P* 23
HOLY ( OIM UNION :Mrs. O. K.: (nisl.j
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday .i I 1'FNTFX'01T.1LIIULINF:'
: a.m. I
FRIDAY I Sunday School 10 a.m. A. G. Karnes tilled his Carnation, Pet or Silver Cow 3 TALL FRESH CRISPY EACH

7:30:: p.m. Litany & Meditation. Morning Service 11 &.IIL regular appointment at Ba iessHighway
Service 7:30=:
Evening : p.m.
8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. Sunday morning andevening.
Meetings Wf>dn'so2.. .
Prayer Don't forget Sunday C C
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigl
: School every Sunday morning at
Church of Christ
7:45: p.m.l'IIUR'H.
10:15 and Training Union at 6 :iO
Corner 10th and :McMahou
i I
p. m. Everyone is! invite i *Ii'
Bible School- 10 A. M. tend these services.
Preaching- A M and 7.30P The annual Christmas '.n.v 'un
M. Services earn Sunday in old M 1'I'
will be given at Bayless Highw .iihurrh \
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud) ,one Hall on E 'all St Sunday8dlOol : ,. '
Tuesday night !II > -:<
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. 10 am Sacrament Set .
it 7:30.: The public is m\ Everyone welcome. i,iice 6:30: p.m Everyone well ome attend. H

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those who'C' ,
J I' Among e i I. I Isonville I. u
4 looking for Santa < ":<''' '. M 71; '

last week were :bins and1'+! ,
FIRST StarkeHURCH Floyd Crosby and fannh Sa'm 1 ";: "" "r:-;-':-' -"' "- = -. -': : ..z.,,,. .. l: 4. !

day. Mrs W R. Haislnpl! -I ( ONIONS! Yellow 3lbs.25c

--. .esle----__ Louise Ward! and Mr< Lf, .,\ XMAS SPECIAL
i Lovell on Thursday. Sherman and
Crosby and Paul Dm\ nrespent
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town !

Phones, Office 2:51: t I'astorium 130 1 1 Hear the the weekend boys! had in quite Jacksonville an ex (' ROOT BEER frostie 6 Bottle 27cU
p -------------- -- ----
| ('jtjng'ekend.. They visited :he
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M.:
Sunda School( 9: 15 .1.11-: Training Union 6:15 P.M.: :j I JettioSunday afternoon
Midweek Sen'ice Wednesday. 7:30: P.M.: The H P. Kellys :-P'If,- -n-
14 Ii
,, weekend with the DeveU nuts .J U
w. "ssn.- -- ---- -- ----fl- --------- in Jacksonville. APPLES Large Delicious LbTANGERINES [ 7c

:Morning Service "A Child Is Born" | Oscar Crosby and son Shi-iunn
Evening :Message "Mine': and Fred 1 Lb
| Haislop attend d i 'he 5 Bag -
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Market in CaII"\: ah
Monday. : .. ', ..., .. .. 3 25c
-Phone( 266-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays Kirthduj' I'arty ..- ," ,_'\,:, J&1_ .- i' __: %..: _.,. -j.:.;_ _. _, "W'": > _. ,

..' .: .; The most surprised' pel''MM in .-... .. .. .. ..:: .-" : '.' '1i _
. .0" tf. 1; : 4. the County was Mrs SwnnonI'rosby :;'.;.- ; ''::I'"f'-: 't'" ;;: <:;-' : ;- : :" .P-:-t': ::-; ::-: : :''''':'> ; .

( ; Sunday afternoonhen Ocean Spray CRANBERRY
Mix; H B Kelly sent for net! to

E ((Christmas!; All < oni. over to her house at om'e TIDE F A B '
. 0- ittrrrtj (au When Swinton came in evervonebegan S A U C E
singing Happy Birthday tn
: E Sunday 7:30 ( .M.: Sermon Subject :
her She was so excited as this way
! "Good Tidings Of Great Joy"Also ... the first time she had been hon .
> (ed with a party. About 10

E Hear Our Choir Sing the Christmas Carols in friends and relatives enjov.. 11 l this C
I affair with Mrs Kelly and 1"5 LARGE
Beautiful Candle-light Service icMaxwell
.4 CAN
Crash The honoree
... !toreivedmanv 19cLARGE
\ lovely gifts and e\i" '. m.
I First Baptist Church Hampton had a nice time.
BOB (CRAY, Pastor i C.illev Crosby hiM'iy i a
hog killed Monday. Pnlph and
Tindie ,'_, '-: ., -..... _: .... .... '. -.....- ;:',.;:'" ;/-,' ;:. '.':: ..-.' -f..', ,,, .
Bible School I 10 A.M.: B.T.I at G:5:: () P.M.: i Crosby of Lake Citnont ;: -:-" '::" '-' : : : ;> ";:" ;.: '':: Or: "f: ;; '::::":;::; :: .;- :C ': : : : w '!<<" ; :: "' "' 7:1-\Cd: : :.i'i;; ;"-!",,.;
the weekend with them and l h.ped. | .-
E Q NURSERY OPEN also Uncle John and aunt -

Salh Kelh of Raifoi.l -d\
t "Come Worship With 1k.:1 Warm Church: With \ Xmas Special

t Warm Welcome" nearMt'. C 0
Edwards of Jacksonvi'itKiting ,'rt'
\ their mother Mi- : House
1.J Kirnes.: Sunday.
Sorry to hear about T'I' \ With

The CHURCH of CHRIST min: not feeling too poo- .... C 1FFEE
Miss! 9t'einghim at chun' < -..s $5.00

a. though he is aller):i I. PURCHASE
Located 1 Block West at Hi-way :301 on State Farm Road gas. heat in the church

(:\HI) OF TH\NK:
Sl'XDAY-10 \\1.-11: .\\I.-:\ ((5:30:: P.M.:\ -7:30:: PM: : Words fail us ta tell ..' "It"

deep appreciation for th. ,
k no"+
WEDNESDAY-7:30:: (> P.M.: .
nessess! hewn ,
us during "I> it: treat: --
HEAR "Herald of Truth" loss and bereavement and :.''I :w -
| beautiful cards .. L"S
many acid A td- .
EACH SUNDAY ON RADIO( STATIONS of sympathy May God m :iI\ .
reward each of you forum. S STEAK! ROAST S HAMBURGER
WPDQ S:::10 A.M.: WJJ; ; 1:00 1'.". kindness.'i family. rgt'] Ou.i and

It i U .1101"our: aim to THE further CHURCHES a nunenient OF, comprising CHRIST{ rhimhesand (i I CARD OF TII.\ KS Any Cut Lb SSC Chuck Lb 36C Fresh Ground Lb

indMduaU, for a complete return to (ChrMianit a. it Mat Words cannot express hu\\ 44C

at the beginning. grateful we are to our man

Hence. \VK: STAND: friends and neighbors for the rxpreastons 'iIS! __ ,_ _

1. For the 1tible> l a, the all,uUidt"nt standard of faith andpractice. of sympathy benritulflower Delmonte 303 Size OLEO
and PEACHES 21c Lb
((2 Peter 1:3)) 2. For the unity of all belie\ers on the other km iro sesutmj.r : 19c

New Testament hasK Our Lord prayed that "they all might In- >} on re i nt heie.i'n'

one THAT Tilt: WOULD MAY BK1JEVK": : (John 17l-6)). Mr- t' K U ird! M-! t',': MrR PANCAKE FLOUR Pillsbury 16c FLOUR E! Pillsbury/ 5 Lb
This prayer makes the union of His 1 people essential to the "a1\a- 1.11 I >-l'-i :

(ion of the world.' 3. For the rejection of all In')I.\X creeds

doctrines, and commandments, and the acceptance of the Dilnelyreealed BetterCough Relief GRAPES Lb 14c PUMPKIN 303SzeCon lIe
(cord "Thou art the (Christ the Son of the Lining: God."
When new drags old fail ... . .,.., .' ,. -. . .. .. _- ". .,'. .. ." "" .
4. For the ministry( of all the church every member in different or to help --,-'-< -,-. .., > -- ,-- -/- -' ''' '- '' .. ,----,' '.---; ;:.'" -c.; --' :" '" ,-> 1Wf" --- -- -- ... _
your cough or chest cold don't delay. -- -- -- -
spheres, doing! that for \\hkh they are fitter 3. For the Creon*lsion contains only safe. helpI' I --- --

support of the Church by the (church only. Only those who hate ful. proven ingredients and no narcotics
ol eed the iospe haw the duty and privilege of contributingto to disturb nature's process. It lARD ORANGES ROAST
goes; into the bronchial swem to aid U
its .
tnucury.l11'e.hall nature soothe and heal raw. tender,

inquiry( concerning be: happy a Mllibl to Question"furnish you.) with the answer to any inflamed to bronchial please or membranes your druggist Guaranteed refunds -. Swifts Pure Lb I 16 C I Fresh Picked Doz 4 *) %C | Tender Pork Lb

money. Creomulsion has stood 39CA
YOU AUK \\r.UXME: ALL OF THE; SEUVU'ES the test of many millions of users.
THE nnrn, I

Coughs Chest Colds, Acute Bronchitis, .. AI
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,v.lIIIIPftWlt'. : Plant Maintenance DeclaresNo
j McCarty
7r. -: I
f ztt Still Leading 'Mr. Big' In Win All!! Conference Honors

[In Bowling LeagueThe His Administration _
Three members of the 1932 Tornado football ud '
New sq wt n' picked for All Conference honors at a m.'el

Plant Maintenance uam Continued from page one I mg: of coaches held in Sanford Wednesday night P K Y,ingy! without a Dingle loss during th' seas.

with 't't'cord of 6 wins to 3 just tlrred I, walked off: with the conf.rerui r tr.;<' T"t' F.is-: F!.'lId.! Conference md hi>u-s Stark. Pi ,

Ten I N i looses was leading the Humphrey i'institutional l amendment per 'I'ka. k.'ternnus ,I\t Au\ 'j i-'v: "> P lY. .-:- ,. P\. : .M > !P. !V>!.St\I',1: : I [TI\\-! ; s-i: ',

end of netting the schools to borrow !1' .1' .. . .
I Gold oov\lmg league at the : : n. : : it i. 'i 1 n'" .r ta Mi.' All!! t'

the nt rout week : $lOO, (O..OOO or more against tag .
Room The F:1lf'It't'rs: : and Office teams revenue for capital loans. He is!

I are ,ed i lot i second place while ; in favor of increasing the highway

\\e f'll Maintenance and Elec- patrol. -t1 '_

Unit w tru SlI"P i ,ire tied in third posiI The McCarty family has already ,

j I tion been to Tallahassee to look over

Gerald I II the mansion in which the will t
I Herbei t A Green and

Opens BEL-AIR I MOT E L | ftawtonl are tied for best individual : live and they expect to move in

: j I game score 189. before the inauguration. He has R. e4 n

I. a"krd! that the inauguration be {
:\ fl.! 'i! tonights meet the tcunnintent _
kept "traditional." and it will behel -.
M. and Mrs Peril! RPictured will until 'If / -'
and operated by be :suspended J"-
above is the attractive new B l-Air Motel owned motor ,un extend.. the -.eMind weik in lanuai. dut ; ".iII" -
while the ten-uni .
at In the foreground Is the Whitehead home < :ipr.il \\tWI"> a platform can be .. .
Whitehead La'a'teytouthward. :
to the Ch'ist.iias and \t." Y"t[ -
T' S ,0) .
located on busy hi': Ii- I'
and is tier" s
tourist s
This is, Lawtey'3 first modern op holidays '
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Here are some prominent Bradford Countians (a few deceased, but most till living) who have figured prominently r -. j sv. *.JI n _

in the news here from time to time. The Telegraph will award a one year subsci'ption: to the first person who f- t I ""t...-'<"_.. wr _

names them correctly, or most nearly correctly. Simply write names acros; each photo or list them on another Hen: McOF.FKM) : f \HI.a(.1 \K1\ \Uh ; Kim: IN I'REVATTHALF BACK

sheet of from left to right, top t ) bottom, as they appear here.
paper .
a must th' H-nilalili linesuuii .
I 1'I.urd c\"-"'i|)lioiiall.good hall | took bi scoring hon.n

',,I.ill season, both on offenso and. : Him also "tJ'aIICollft'rt'n...... > the Tornado squad this ". .._ I

defense graduate! thi..priag. hClllorfa..t season graduates with a total of K4 |IpIrI.

(UIH spring. graduates: this >| rnKt. ;


BHS Boys And G/r/ ',/ Score Victories pled from I'"

Jnd 1 ntlst! '

l -' Over Palatka/ To 0]pen Cage Season tent:: Hills anti and, 1

: shot v ft.mi
i teals;\! | 11!) I 1.
;. r -kt'tblll seistin 'l's HIM>!Ii IV. Fays 1 And ClothingBeing :IIUI i.tllll I'

..rl with \utoiioh over Pililki: ]p Collected For il-l i b.d.!. ,
; !
---' guN had a cl -t' rail in then (.'out tthutl.rl i,'

.7 \'ll'tllry but the! boys were ]Brewster HospitalClothing I DinkinIs :>;< i

pushed at all i'i their 6i-46 and! t tovs .ur l being l 1'1.1.! T. mple \veiuit(

L ', ,ected here this week for the' donors will phone 1'Ji ,

'HIT Uit'i! eight lettermen girls renii.i.g :, youngsters in Bievvstei Hospital .

I : from last vcai's squad. for' negro children in Jacksonville y\r\ t C. T. U.'ho .

Miss Bishop's team had to come w won't I have much Christmas .
I \1.1, int: Mi'll'l smless
I I'-i. : behind a 21-19 deficit at' u someone steps m anti gives
tTIltI: 111*. Fo'1': 1'1 I
:Mtime to score a win. Capt. a hand
:\I.Xn \1.1. I'I.I1 F.It. III :
I rj I9e L :Mirv Frances Hazen leading l(V H (' Bio n wlio I is h-Mihiu
.: Hi ,
TilE; J.XMK: \ < lll V
i.img J with 22 points, the gills j his pioifi, t loi. ih! -t: rte s tl.1! it! ."
[put' on the pressure in the last i,It. h!i is Ih'1, .t1I! nl.\ I tit';' 11' ,r. .
( ( NMM \( l
quarter and jumped ahead at I nitre! !than line 1 > .. "M 1:1:u: j>.it i<'n'y.h ? ,I n, '
I ( SN\| | I."t. "

__ 'wJ ,q Palatka. t: <' liospit' il (ii h'" ,rti i tlit'nI i ,1'1'i 1 __

J Agnes Lawson scored 12 points I. -
I to be
second leading scoiornn\

\ 1 awl Crosby tallest guard had quite a I

t 'I mb in holding; her girl tall -"I.Ian': %WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEZENKTH

Raggett, to 18 points. h.ulng\

Palatka scorer. _
.r rasiissssajis?
The usual early season mistakes '

A4fJZt showed up in both glnnr.abut
these errors will smnot'i: I tli., I

1 !selves out with continued) (pia.'n! .t' : in in't; RADIO

i i and game experience. I II
A' ti I Coach Hazelwood's A-squad hOYF

boasting 4 lettermen from lasl Snlcsami Television

year, jumped into an early I lenl
I 'L I I I!. that Palatka could never catch Service

The boys' fast breaking o ft.'nse
was working very well for a first

': game 221 t N. Temple Ate. Phone 166

I Paul Rivers, center, and tallest!

7 i j I man on the squad, tallied 21! STAUKE. FLOKIDX

points to be leading scorer Kenneth .
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1ta. Conway, forward. SID,"" i i 1':> -- ..
points before fowling out i 11..11'1'> i ii
,- I.. i Thomas, forward turned in' i i < n.
"t/ floor performance and '" ..,l *
\' Ir pio< D D p
-4 ; be the playmaker of the' t. .ri 11 ft

Renton Futch guard sh.'t t U: -----
: .- M \ \ I I I'I II II '' 'II t it 1\ ,10.1 uI.
points all from long floor shuts I I' \\l, I II I.- I.I I II
I 7 ''I I l ltttv I I1
Friday night the A & B squmll,\ \1 ,
[( .. buys play the strong. K: Yonizfeim .' ------

t; from Gainesville. P K
i'I'" II' .!I., I''I a
Y inge also' has 4 lettermen from .... .t \ \1 1h'ril I
4 sI ; : t"p I' I'k' I I. .
1! st t veiis: squad that represented 'I" ti

1 1""< It i dl!istn! wI, in the State event I I"FI": IJ'Ili.:/:/ U i >I.K .milIHIMIlllk I Fill.I I 1,1'I ."I I FII'" ,N..I 1 ..'i"| l
VII II ..t lU K'l:ll.illt*...ili 1 I..- Ill. Mis .I I Tit"I I I ,
1 I.;; II' 'iKui" the A & B squids: i \ \l , I v '' I II 1 c II I I II IfI'' TIt| >IMsoll Strrnirf .
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,i'i I L ">'!'nf'n; Delano Thomas and I F. t

K' /In''h' Conwav, forwards; Paul 1'r'I l M i VV ililini. I ,' u t'i, .Ir i i>' I. \ tit 'I, PIt:
S-J. !tn" tiT I In'h. 11\\ it. r in..t till' M. VIIKI in i I'1 I.I uVV
I Riveicenter. and Robert Manning .
11/"n I l\ ,ill' ni fun., iri't )piViiih, I i IL I I I' \ \ I I' 'ill
guard. Others are Benton f,1' .nl. The VV,i-h., ".'ri,iCHICISTMAS li "I'I I l II"| I VI
Itehg I / I 1". t t..- ,,. KM? .
Futoh Billy Weldon Arnold Smith.
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: Mi' it t mil P" rti! i. il i
I'OV. Slade Tommy Gill!, Billy ': rui'hKlIs: ;. Huff. rid l F..I u ,.t i I i,t 'I I I'| i''
Archie i or black PUIIIII"| i Henderson Carmichael. '
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flcition until Xtn.is Mrs. and nun I
I 1 \ Al : Marion Harrington Ode McGee : Mary Fox, Ut -'. I I."\ 4*.. <;nin"s-j,I Chit; .IK' xpi rn ,,"', "th> d t tin I.
\illt- 2 miles Smiili nf ,
I'tiiM-f-itv \\liI'/' I''
I and the twins, Edgar and Edward "WIJIUl' "n lI'Mit- III ,lli 12 Jo;" II I.. \ \ .::11'
\i.\Y\ as 'Akridge.. \\ lMlVK'll' : I.IIIKIIIt: < II
FIIH ltlXT-land: : | l''I''n'' '."' I.nlhlill/ B..,,,,rr II. Neat IIa> Slull."
3 Girls selected on the squad are :t21 TVmpliAr ...iMi 11I1':1I1\ay: ::: ''i J.......-., Ill... Kin
lettermen :Mary Frances Hazen, Mau or rear of buildniK lip I I- -'" ..Tyr..T11r7..n.nm'vMATTRESSES
I Jackie Tanner Jimmy Cole Ann
a ;
w>; Crosby, Carolyn Kelly Elaine WANTED--Graduate nurse or
licensed practical for general Of"1.1., KINDS
C ('I lisby, Agnes Lawson and Mar- duty. Doctor's rilnie\ Hospital!,
1i. 301 W. 'all St Ktarke Fi I i 'Ia Kay Hazen; others are :Naomi
r i :-'takes. Patsy Kucera, Janice "
KOFt SALE S X 9"x IIi" C'.n \
I ansby Linda Johns Barbara t rrtr- Him. k 1tn'I rag h. Plan,v "f
Mortar Mix "nd Vmrit I'.rart I
Pievatt, Jackie Barry Shirley f.itd Knuifii'i-rinK I'ampaoy| F'h'iii' lr2.: fiI
r It Cot tie and Dorothy Colvin 94 tf
After tonight's games basketball Fl 'K KENT .Fu.nisii..l, ..tragr,1 I j FUItNiTUJERcuphdrterrd

Yt llwt .. ,-... will be suspended until after three nxitn' :iiid, bath \\ 1111yanl'l and
pr' I Also thn-i end) f out loom apart-
the Christmas will, I
holidays. Play me'it* iii- in, ilr-ir tlile I"| ation KefinKhedIIASTIMJS
8 be resumed on Jan. 9 when the All modern onvepi.-nt.ei 1
,, I 201 tV Madis.n Rtarke I :MATTRESS CO.
{ A and B boys squads will playI to It t
Box 230 Palatka, Fla.
I Callahan there and the girls wiQ Genuine India I'urniooa :
play Ocala hereFuneral A Nursery
.. x. \aa..1. i>!,m's lraneh..1 and x.11rented. j. n HUGH. JR
.T d 1 19 i'i I. !-S: "L! ea<'h I-ar II.BU'Ot"
V .3 ;", -T'.r and SI "h f' 1111.1M) norsHII
1 ServicesFor {tlr plants < < eat
ins.y. I .t:H
llrlnrdere \7alm f.ar l ni'auline -
I .. Earle ."ollin ', Llte(1ak Ijirh UrdarwlaT.Blnr.tllle
1 i Wm. S. Clark Box 16S, Earleton.: Fla..EAMSTRESSPlain (. Ear": Friday

i! Set For Sunday xewlnK and % ANTS KMI'KOVMKNT! ,.: ; as rise,"
alteration*. .satisfaction g-uiran- h..h..k..JI..r'r:! Mr11,7'
t..d Pri<'e reasonable. Mrs Everett J.hn ,. Mrs Marno'! J tr. .
William S. Clark 60 died Tuesday I'rtkc'.tt 14 miles from Starke r.u Id [I".J li '.. i'v n'ark'2'h;
lake Hutler Highway. I
at his home east of Starke on
6tp 12,16
:, after being in ill health for some I FOR THE IWllfaT- fSlJ"lJ! ISrlde,
i .
i -joy hiiKra.ed VNeil'ling. Invitationn
time He was born in Georgia. \TTt-STIIJS-T..Ia." tirowers.sti.p ,
on fine rai?"'' -ntent pap r
I in at H L Hrownlee's for
Ian 17 1872, and had lived here vur tobaiio seed and need bidfertilizer ,' only Telegraph If! ; "ti -adford ('r"n'Y'f

bout 30 years. During his active Ztp 12/14:

years; he was employed as aMllw ; RADIOS REPAIREDtil
right: and also farmed. He f..r Starke on 20th. return- M' ..... \ll Mndrl
1 I.. in i .n 2th. thru enter of fttate Rea.anabl. rhiricr. KD.r>Blrrdtuts.
; ; ',3' a member of the Boatdrain 1 Keasonable cost ";'ontatt Jaik ] C', MirriiMinV : :
rt R BiP'1-.t ChurchMr Haile, 172 S. W 7 6 Court Miami,1 j r/\t \ full 'I. .l rkr Ph. ::t.I 9
or phone K4-20SS! 2ti'hg 12'1'J
4 i Ck1 'lark is survived by one.r I TURKEYS READY Come tr
t : I FOR KENT: -(I'ptown furniched 4-
-? Ur.j ;s Clark, Jr. of Phila. I Florahomf
Turkey Farm
rom apartment, up-'aus (20 per Opal's
r .
: ) f
y t o rZr j i. rprvices' will be held a t' \ TAKE f'AKEf childrene your special dInner. Visitors wel

.' :Sunday afternoon in th while! other ", ..rk. >r nhopa Will come. tf-chg
Baptist Church with l :.iN.i l..tl.\ sit Mrs c. M. Kuhn
pit H,1 14<;. ''1"'. .'.- Harris officiating. PRATHEK ESTATE 'lIlt| ;-\l.E
: 4 bedr'.i.m h'.une, plu fi (l..i \n!I
,. i I KENT Four furnished
'r i .:;il!! be in Kingsley Lakeft ff>li r"m for Iii 1:10/1: Phone 1H3-W or vvri '.
.. h'.i.se' with bath2' miles east J. w, Prather 1020 Orange irrv.;
'in'ler the direction olIones f f <.f s-tarke on Highway 16 Inquire ,
1 4\ <- S< ''ith Pavedena, f'tlif rr
,\ I al William Silcox lip

9 Atgi a pall bearers will be M. : PROTECT YOUR SECURITIES FOR S.\I.t-HulI trailer good bm

,, E Johna, i Fireproof Proteeto eurlty Botbeautiful all aluminum 1949 Sleeps f..u-
nap Charley I 29 foot new" paint. Ran rang
large" heavy duty steel le I
ele-trlo refrigerator
'i.:;sson Willie Green. Tob and shuwvrbath
box J10 25 plus tax: Bradford Mr. Mother. P T. Thrn-
B' iRalph! Gainey r".J-I'Y Telegraph tf I.'Tiber ('o | t

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.. Bradford County Telegraph ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SALE !



t Invited To ; : :: BROOKERGrace and Mrs.Mrs.Howard S. F.Douglas Beard. and children NOT ADVERTISED HERE COME IN NOW & SAVE!

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. -
? J. K. Douglas in Starke over the L- _.
But Don't Expect Special G, BighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj I weekend. ,, '''''''''' -

F. Vickery of Jasper, and
I II Mr and Mrs F. }1. Jr
Everybody's Invited, but there'llbe !I The W. M. U. of the Brooker;. Vickery r gww
no special Invitations when' mittee has : Baptist! Church observed services ,, and children of Gainesville \\fre
,I visitors at the home of
Florida inaugurates Dan McCarty making no effort to | ,i for foreign missions last Monday I e
I ( Mr. and Mrs Ernest Edwards
of Fort Pierce as governor for the j band from every j through Friday, at the church. j I II -
I I t Mr and Mrs O. J. Mott and
next four years.Inaugural doesn't expect to i | Wednesday services were held in I
chairman Justice travaganza. ,: the evening, with Mrs M. O Har- '! daughter Gaile, attended the traces
Elwyn Thomas says all the cere- struction to the | rell, program chairman, presiding. i ii at the Jacksonville sp"I'.1.
monies of the inauguration will be way on Sunday.
Mrs. Wilson Green
there'll be plan an i preSident'1 Mrs Mary Green returned home ,... srousurmfltyAightsAeserved
open to the public and I led the devotional, .
no special invitations to the Jan. ing with the I' Howard Douglas giving a brief last Saturday after spendmgweek A ::;
The evening with her nephew and fanuh ////'III'-
6 activities in Tallahassee i
uary resume on the life of Lottie Moon -
Even state officials, legislators, day there'll be i the Tom Hewitt's in Valdosta -
members of the official families The Ladies fire auxiliary met Ga. Sunday visitors at her home Prices (,ood fhru \\cd., Dec 2i
and( balls, including i I, 1 Monday night, Dec. 8, at the
were Mr and Mrs. II. 0 Hr"wI'i
of the in-coming outgoing -
A. & M. College ;j home of MrS. Bill Coram Members Low Prices
won't special invitations I of Worthington Springs.
governor to come. There'll be top off the day's present drew names and Mr and Mrs. W L. How',u i mi 152 Call! Street!
made plans for the Christmas
seats near the platform for officials I children spent the week r.i! II Everyday -
I party, which will be held Monday
with for some 15,000 Ludowici, Ga. Starke FloridaMT.
room evening, Dec. 22, at the homeI ,
people within seeing distance of I! Mr. and Mrs E. J. Lewi tt ard, \
Toy of Mrs Howard Douglas.
the ceremonies. I i I! daughter, Iva Mae, and ftmih .. ..
time't "" '
Swan r -'
O R. Gano of Lake visited rs; = T& --- """'1." ]I
For the first time in State his I his parents, Mr and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests at
tory, the ceremonies are going At Fla. |I ; i R F. Gano last! Monday night. the colm home Lewis.of Mr and Mrs Mil VERMONT Gr. "A", Dressed & Drawn, Quick Frozen
to be held on the west side of the 1 Rev and Mrs. Rosco L. Beard 'I
capitol. This will make it possible }lr. and Mrs. Howard Wait I n-
I and daughter of Griffin, Ga., and '
for more people witness the I tertained a group of their fi lendswith ,!
inauguration. On Friday I I I I a venison steak dinner lat TURKEYSYOUNG

Ceremonies will start at 11:3C the Florida Harden, Ginger Jones, Tom Long, Monday night. Must sait was
a. m. with an address by outgoing to the young Clair Jean Mundy. Deloris New- quite delectable !
Gov. Fuller Warren first or L vicinity at its ,. 1 mans, Douglas Nohn. Fritz Pel- My daughters had quite a thrilling -
the program At 12 noon th Matinee I! ,, lum, Gail Reddish Henry Rich- weekend. We, the Junior Big-! YOUNG SMALL
the chief Justice of the Florida i' !I arde, Kay Rowland, Marklee Tom- hams, spent the weekend visiting! TOMS HENS
Supreme Court H. 1... Sebriag linson, Billy Torode, Martha Van- relatives in Nashville Ga Sunday -
: all children should I is Lbs. & Up: 10 To 11 Lb. Stir! '
will administer the oath of OffiCE<., : Landmgham. Glen Wood. morning the girls saw their! IToS Lb. Size:
and McCarty will be official!)r 9:45: a. m. as the 1 I' nth Grade first snow. Can't say that it was Lb. fflc Lb. Lb.
Governor of Florida. I gin at 10 o'clock. George Bradley, Linda Brown much of a "snow storn., as it 63c 69cMt.
,1'' melted rapidly, but they did 1 see
An inaugural speech by Cover j traction will be : Amelia Coleman, David Canova
it falling and covering the ground'
nor McCarty follows, with thi s 1' Admission to Judy Dankle. Virginia Jean Dar'by.
out" sud1 a
To really "round
phasp of the program schedule d I Thomas Dyal Vivian Garcia,
I' be free for all Vermont
j wonderful weekend, their 0\1"111.
to conclude by 12:45. .1 \Gerald Gibson. John Allen Goolsby, .
A parade down Tallahassee!s special show. en! ;|i Archie Green J E. Griff K Gary Creig Wood of Paducah. K10 / ( While Lasts Lb
I old if 1 Hobbs. Jamie turned home with them t to -p! .'mla
Monroe Street, headed by thi e toy you Hildebran Pat S SLICE I B A CON 59CMiles
Fort Pierce High School band' \awaManger Jenkin. Janice Labonte:. Alice few days! Ij
starts at 1'30 A general invitation you don't have \ItO(: > (Tiuies :'Iot'KI'I 1 Patricia \\t' anS IM\ t" r'p", ; atPI
for counties to send band s:: : P.-llui'i \1'I, I Fii}< ]KFha ,.
see thehow an ,n\' \\" in i i ; !i. E.j; I t I' :i- I u.'
and floats has been extended tall c ":10'1! i MI.} .1' ]Suit;:" "alll1t: Ann Chesapeake Bay
da Theatre will ) t" h, ,.I.t.l ,
counties ( I : T" I 1. I I" i :' 1'\\1.I | Rut!
However, the Inaugural Com. 'I children at this Warren ',,,, t' I'k STD. OYSTERS Pt. 19C

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;>, Beef P1'ces' While It Lasts Lb 49C Lb Bag! 39Cr

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Size Doz Lb
63C' 19CJ.t

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Heavy, Mature Western Beef Red or Golden Delicious

Round Sirloin or Club APPLE L E S 2Lbs 39C.

Famous '9at-Ritc' Brand TAHL-READY CUT: Excos Waste, Bone & 1 ... tlirw- .'

Fat Removed BEFORE it is weighed and PricedYe! ]Bring the Price L.D
Large South American Fresh Green Top
ray ,ray Down-Eat all the Steak You Want-Paj' Los for It !


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Eat-Rite Beef Plate Heavy, Mature Western Beef Heavy Mature Western Beef 2

Stew Beef RIB
CHUCK Fla. Crystal, Factory Packed


Lb 29c ROAST


Eat-Rite Bee, C LB.

SHORT RIBS Lb 35c C Lb Can Lb Can

LB. i 79C 3 79Ci i

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... died of cancer. NOTICK TO APPE4II | .To: Mary Boldizsar, whose rest-1\ otherwise the allegations of said r l.irlda: In Chanrrry. I T. Frank I.indmm. Star--

Tomorrow church has a i< In Circuit Court Bradford County, '' dt lu't? and .'ddie IS I'nkliown, I Complaint Mill be taken as confessK Im.r., Piw 115: HarriPlain.(:, vs and file tl-' oiui..il in the
our Florida: In Chancery.Everett i .ne h"ld.I..Uflo.,1. tiLl awt -d bv you. : M f\ ElI.d.h! Mam-! '. I<'id.,:,: I th, Cl',rk o' IL., c r tlt: .
i supper. I have baked a cake for Ulume, Plaintiff, vs. Her- : for This> ni'tu-e shall t>e published C.IM' No ;."U.r!' b. fore th. -. d.! .. .if \ .
I I'.\ "irre once each week fir four c<>neiutiewe :>ntiff To : .. ,
\"fOar I'I J2. 'h.f'\ ,
them and when I get this done, man Flowers and Parthenia Flowers bas It'. ii filtd against )'''U ill the Ks in the Bradford County Teie- ; thr i t
.. T. AI.I-V rhrilttl H.irr.-. .\ hi i 1'r.pia.nt.S !
I shall put seven-minute icing on al nr named 'i"un and (oau t tnd graph.Itted. I, f''- .d '
his wife Defendant. 'i 1010 :ie and .Hhlr"1'1i i>: :3.i.; l..'et '!
you ire required to save a copy of this u day ,4 P..l1lht.r ;
It. I raised so many nice potatoes Case No. 9376Nittire your answer or pleading to the"n".aint I" ..JOFFICIAL IreetVashingt.n.l : 1.Jn-yh'.i: .i I i Tl.i. i l tTour .
arc herrb> notified. that ann!;' alit t"/\i u
< : the Plaintiff SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
last and I thema mi ( ,
summer gave Topprar.. H for a. ks u I
Clerk of Circuit
Vtornev T Fra-ik La ml the Court
f bushel for their supper too. So To: Herman Flowers and par- ; :Stirke. Florida By Marian: L Cl ,>*br. Deputy Clerk 1\.1', "-.. .U .1 .,'. v,.i ,. -. ,.:_ ,-.I/'h.
LUfO Curqess Alo"r : I and file the original In the office oft 12 5 4t 12,, ;: n.iii, r ch.:.d! Bated i1s !-
6'1 although I will not be there toi thenia Flowers his wife. whose: I ,
i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on hi:it Ii. n tiiid ,.j..i'II'1: ,.. t' I'"i2r"t
4- w PCHI.: HEBa. ,i help. I have in a measure donem residence and address is: Unknown. or before the NOTICE 10 tPlTUt .11 tia..'nd I'.,urt and i .-. .u.t I I'KFICIAL s' \ 'I I
I I i 1 12 day of January Ill">:3; I In Inuit Court. Bradford Count;. \ ': .r .t 1'' rut I.. serve ., I i'\ rL:
its is share You are hereby notified that a j i i oter\vise: the allegation of saidComplant riuriilni In t'lianrerf.Mror \ I. ..n-:! \. ..t f't'] ulint I to :!t. 1 i'\ I..rl.ln I ",
Wherein I decorate the hou.se and tribulation. and joys I I HELPFUL HINTS I suit for ) will le taken as confessed I Kudolf Carl-on Pli'-.r: : : \ I',,! t'.. I !.i,miff s :It' .5 t.
I :
and put the Christmas tree. I''' with God and preparing a home UI' Foreclosure of mortgage by you Kd.th; Cnrison Defend-.' .
up plastic bags for so things. This notice shall b@ published Case No -, --
be.j many :
Him and I has been filed In the
sample the fruit (rake and help to' for those who love against you I once each week for four consecu- :Nolirr To Appear1o ,
I put fruit cake to I 'above named Court and cause and .
my in one age. | ,
So with a song on my lips I I :ive eeLs In the Bradford County Edith Carlson wh o"e t. d I.
take Always rub a fowl with unsaltedfat TE'I..graphDalt'd and address!> is' ::.JtfS: M I, ( ..rod.-i
I and joy in my heart. I cleaned the I I your answer or pleading to the I this 10 Pay of Dt"'lI1ber.1) H'Hlle\.irfl. :'a'II:.' o. I'.tllfa lilt
before roasting. Then it will complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I I9J2 Your hirtlinotified !the l ,
the Christmas j are
Once more the sweet chimes house and hung up I Green & Green
be a delicate brown. I brush the OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas I Milt for
are ringing; I decorations. The windows I Starke Florida I Clerk of the Circuit Court. lM\on-e
and wreaths I have a I tops of pies with milk to brown By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk has ben fild .>K-'ii"t r..u ,'I ter
What does their melody say? I red green them. Use pure hog lard and I and file the original In the office of 12/12: 4t 1 .' above named .'..urt .ind taus,' .tnI,!
set of candlelights in the front the Clerk of the Circuit Court on'' yon are reijuirtd to aster a e ojn ..y
It happily tells the story I sweet milk to make .. [pQ000mol.
window that at night lights up pie dough. I or before the I' Minrn 10 .ti'pntu your answer m pleading: to the i r
How the world is glad today; II'! the!' The crust is crisp and so brown 29 day of December 1952; In Circuit Court, llrnilford County, :plaint. on the Plaintiffs Alton:. \
outside. I put up 1"! I.iw
the snow I'lorid.i Neal II Kn .Ir.
A story old as the { otherwise the of said ;
ages. and allegations
I K\i h.inge liuilding J l ackits
have a large; John William! :Nettles Plaintiff is
and .
again will be taken .
I fireplace Complaint as confessed -
Told o'er and o'er again I' Hazel M. :NMtleDefendant Ill. Fioriaahd
Repeating on earth glad tidingsOf I Christmas tree all ablaze with time is candy making This by you notice shall be Case No. 95J7 file tht ollgll.ll III time ITT.e '.r
lights I sing Christmas songs as time. Here is my: PEANUT BRIT ,, each week for four consecutive Not lor To \pprnr. the Clt' ik ,.f the Circuit Court on
peace and good-will to men. TLE 2 1-2 weeks To: Hazel M. Nettles whose residence ,i"r In-fore the 2':* ..1.1.f Dee..uib.r. l. B. (RED ) ALVAREZ
housework. I have ; cups sugar, cup water, in the Bradford County Tele- .,'
It tells how the star in splen I go about my ( 1 graph. aid address Is: 153 S. Monterey I'! .i2. ..tlWrth. allegations ofsaid
the Christmas cards sent. 3-4 tsp. cream of tartar. Put this Street, Mobile, Alabama. (;'oniplaint will be taken us con-
most of |
Dated this 26 of November .
dor i 1 day You are hereby notified that a J f. 'SHd by you.
in kettle cook without i
a and stir-
. Beamed with celestial light One evening Don helped me ad- \1 '' 1952. suit for This notice shall be publishedmcf'
dress them The ones here inj I ring after it begins to boil. Testin Divorce I .) each week for four consecutive SERVICE STATIONTIRES
Till it stood above has been w'.e1'< in the Bradford 'ounty Tele-
a manger (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas filed against you in the !
I cold water and cook
And the Savior's bed this .stale and town I will mail i| a I, Clerk of the Circuit Court. above named Court and cause and SraphDated.
lowly 1Ath. I got out the fruit cake small quantity dropped in cold wa- Fy Marian L Crosby, Deputy, Clerk you are required to serve a copy of this :-2:! day of :Noxembtr, +
For the King of kings incarnate -, the ( 1128 4t 1219! your answer or pleading to the I 1 II! 52.
I and cut a slice It is really good ter separates into heavy: threads. complaint on the Plaintiff's'(OFFICIAL !SEAL) A. J, Thomas

Wednes Now add 2 tablespoons molasses. Attorney, T Frank Landrum, Clerk of the Ortuit Court
Child and birth 'j We all were I Starke ]R Marian L Cr.-r.y, Deputy Cl.tk TUBES BATTERIES
of poverty ; I MUM: or :\ ( \ 10ui.t.isiiu Florida > -
To sin-cursed world the mes- day night by a lady, who lives i 1-2 tsp. salt. Cook stirring con- : : I'Iilllnt'UII: and file the original; in the office of 11 :2S: 4t I 1J:! !:'
falling down the : stantly until a little dropped in N.'fee l is hereby givt'n that the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ACCESSORIESPhone
out on the farm. I .'tHln: 'ro \rriui
sage; \ und 'M :ned, under the provisions or before the | '
back stairs and breaking her neck. ,I cold water becomes brittle. Add 'f :-"nanur 20.9SJ: Laws of Flonda 12 day of January li'il. :In ireult Court, HmOr.rd Cuonij

Redemption to all mankind. I died instantly SJie i 2 tablespoons butter. When melted :\> is of 1941 will register with the otherwise the allegations of sand (fiO; 1 It-mpli- & tall M L'-
The above lines are from a She of course t'erk'! of the Circuit Court in and .!Jomplai will be taken ah eonfess-
old and was born in | remove from heat Stir in 1 cup ;, fur Ptadford: County State of Florida ed by you. I S :
was 81 years _, ,,7" ,, :: .
Christmas anthem. I always have salted peanuts and 1 1-2 tsp bak- upon receipt of proof of Pllhll'a111"1 This notice fhall be published! !. .ys.w.
renewal of faith Germany. A very lovely person and | | of this notice, the ,' .. m'name orxe each week for four ..o""I"t..ks \.
a great
every I ing soda. Put on greased platterto ': : of Hel-Air Motel i under which \\ in the Hradfmd County Tel.-I i I F

Christmas. As we meditate on the I knew her well. She was a wid- ( cool. When hard break into : we are engaged in burins at Law- graph 4
tt'y, Fla. hated this 10 d.n ?.f |>. ("eMilitlitV. '". tAct
birthday of Lord and read the farm
our : dow but lived on the home pip(es. Cecil and Fran,' 'Whitehead _: | _
Christmas storY it gives us hope : '' Lawtej Fla. (OFFIClL SEAL) A 1. Thorns ,
with a son and two daughters. CLAY HILL: I know soon I Dated this; 12th d.iv If I>eieml".r Clt rk of the Circuit C''I'i iPy .
and sets with faith. We -
us aglow
to bury another shall receive my box of holly from AI 1152! at Lit.ITadford: Marian I>. Crosby, IVimu ci 1. i ? _
know our Saviour who lived hereon i, Don has gone I fount} Florida. 12 I 12 4' 1'OTH' I .
II veteran this .ift'-rnoon. He ', Clay Hill. It is always like a 12 I 12: 4t 1!:2Mirici Il ttlJ11&1 /
earth and knows its sorrows War .: TO ,U'l'I:,\n p K

I breath of sunshine, and I love the In.n {_"._....init__. court. .__. .. .ItraitfMrilFlorida ____.___ (......n.L....._.
I red berries : TO Ai'9'C.\It In Ctianmy.
and hiny leaves :
i green In Circuit four llradf.ird ConnPlnilil.i !}-, Margaret M. \\.iNh, Plant: i! \
This is my seventh Christmas in : In Chancery.Mary Daniel I D, Walsh Oefend.i
4 :I C. An'her. Plaintiff. .s. William t
Nebraska Case :NInllre '
John. Arihtr, !>.f,'ndant \ To Appear.To @@!lll@!

; Peace does not dwell in out (ease No 95".SNotice :: : Daniel P. WnNihoi, i I' #,
GIFT BOXES E S i : Tn .\ppra r. dence and address o.i III \\t-t |I" !
ward things I I To: William John Arc-lit r, whoseresidence Street New' York ::i.. :N.-u V..ik 4
i But in the mind it must be and address is: 625 Kvergren You are heitti\! iiotit.d" tint a 177
.\venue, Brooklvn, New York. suit forDivorce ,
And where it is, there is goodwill ;i You are hereby notified that a and itifi, th: ,'
I: i, suit for Divorce has been filed .'paration. afin..rin! os \\ not only! offer you the South's most popular

NAVEL PINEAITLK PINK against you in the above named has bet.n filed agaiiitu in I I .
For all Humanity Court and cau>e and you are required above named Court and i-ausr 'Illd! gl\olmcs-Cro\\n and Crown Extra-but Mobiloil -

Out from its home must radiate to serve a copy of your answer you are required to sots a cops ...fvour fcsso Extra Motor
,? Oranges Oranges Grapefruit j i iI' or pleading to the complaint answer or plead,'.g to th Oil, Atlas Tires and Batteries -

I on the T. Plaintiff Frank I.indrum Attorney, Rtarke. complaint Attorney on the T. Ptiintiffs Frank Lanili.'i Sound stock and the many other products and servicesou

The boundless rays of love Florida, and file the original in the Stark Florida need for low-cost transportation.

Fast Guaranteed DeliveryFINEST : As light fell down on Bethlehem office of the Clerk of the Circuit and file the original In the off'?" '
By Express -
Court on or before the 12 day of of the Clerk of the Circuit dint ..nor Fire Insuranceis
From one bright star"above.. Ja-iuarx, 195S: ; otherwise the allegations before the You
can count for the
) of aid Complaint will betaken 12 day of January 19." ". on us .,
I>> I II' If to us all might come the >
QUALITY SELECTED) SIZES as confessed by* you. otherwise the allegations of ted, \ quality of products and typeof
gift This notice shall >e publishedonce
Complaint will be taken .i-< ?"It-' i a sure to
each week for four Consecutive teased by you. way service that mean better
I TREE FKESII DIRECT FROM GROVEMARTIN'S Of peace this Christmas tide weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I This notice shall be published! I Ii
Hate never more could move in graph once each week for four ..011".01. going for your car. '
Dated this 10 daof rvcembtr, live weeks in the Bradford County your
And only love abide. 1952. Telegraph

I have faith that things will all (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J, Thomas. Dated this 10 day .of De.tlh.1 i
Clerk' of the Circuit CourtLy propertyCharley
J 1 1.2.
FRUIT SHOPI f f.Q I come right in ?orea now and we Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk OFFICIAL RK\L) A. J Thomas. I ,
121"4t: 1'2 '
who have tried so hard to do Clerk of the Circuit( Court i
I By Marian L Crosby Depn'v rb! rk :
North Temple AvenueSeProud right wilj at last win out. '"TICI'I'll \rrr.\ii | 12,1:: 4t 1 JMinn E. Johns I
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'i Let'get' ready for Christmas. In (Irruil I'purl, HriiiHord County, I
!? I riitriil.i: In ('hnncery. : 10 \PIM\U I
Whoopee! j lostf Itoldiz--: also known as In ircult Court Bradford Count,

i God bless all i "I"-"Jlh| \\.ildingii Pluntiff. vs. I'loriil.i In f'lianrvrjr.C AgencyPhone
you M IT\. 1I..1.llz".lr. 11,.(i. ml, .mi ;, P ward Jr. Plaintiffs Ir..n.1 I' "
LOVE LT'KA i Cis :N.. !'I I::.;iollre :SntLiitus Ward, Difenda-it. 13 STARKE.: FLA.
\ 'I'.. \ppenr.Convoy's Case No. n309ppear
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I lip..' n/' : Ch'capo: -"0. Mliiio! i ...1CItIi"'. I
Service StationAMOCO ., ..
Y are htul'\! n tifnii that a : .
suit for :fII1I! !

l 1'1 ivorceh
GAS AND OIL 'i- l h. 'n filed apainou. in the : presenting THE TRAVELERS. Hartford i

a'!,"\'<- named Court and cause and _.. .
VI.''Ii :are! re'lUirfod to s"r\.' a .';y of ,
Tires Tubes & Batteries \ i'ir' answer' 0:" pleai') ,n.: I.> : '
Washing Greasing plaint on the I'lainuff" altorn.1 1 yy

T Frank l..and'il III, :Starni'. I'. : .
and file the original in the off: :
tin dirk of the fi.mt' COUM i
"I' h,. fare the :29 d! i\. f D......11,1',I 0
1 I""',!:!, otherwise the illi nation' '

Ride Florida Greyhound Busses sncl/ Cnplaint will I I". taken aft -- ;
"I d by you.
This notice shin| be pi:'.1'-: I Innl..ash
SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY week fat foil i opsi 1 1Miks I' > ,
in dresses \ i in the Bradford County 'I. "
r.l\.h. Holidays call

\V1 LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay as you n-I I',"'i''I il this 2": day of :N'u.ni'"

(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I' & ; JAw
dry cleaned the learn Phone Iii .Cl.( rk of the t'lre.1I1 ('''lIrt |
lv Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk' '
11/2: 4t I- !19nTl1
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for Coke
nnvvvvvevvrmnvvmevvvnnvvvvvvvvvevvvvvvvvNOTICE ; "n .\ppn\n ,
better In rirmlt r..nrt. llrnilforil County, x0! h !
amazing I rinrlitni, In Chancery.Is. .
PLANNING TO MOVE? .1' I''ph| S. Milligan. Plaintiff, vs

1.36 llirian U. MilliRan, Defendant. i

Sanitone/ ..-- Let do the for fltI..fO 1'np"rnr.. Case No. 954To f f.
Way : --- 1 us you com Mirian It Milligan, whose residence 'J

: R'1i. .ALVAREZ t'SOH'! plete. We operate local and long Avenue,and Apartment adress 21 10,: Atlantic 109 Atlantic City, p;( ( 7 o411fT

,? STlDKf.FlA. f' distance anywhere in U. S. New Jersey.
/ '
I MOVING \"ti ue hereby notified that a
i//x 10CM.C'._ ( J suit for
/ ; Phone 311 250-J 1'uorce
1 t or has been filed against you in the
.rr.ort. aiio\e named Court and cause and
'1! ;: you are required to serve a copy of
SANITONE e' I I'f Excellent Storage Facilities >'lur answer or pleading: to. the (Jt
the Plaintiff'sAttorney
complaint on
urns T. Frank Landrum.

Starke, Florida, F
r ard file the original In the offlre
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on "r h..fore the 1 1r
5 day of January 1953;
for Delcher Bros.Perr.man otheiwise the allegations of said ..
Complaint will be taken as confessed e5
BIdjr. S. Court St.CHOCK bv >'ou.
All Dirt Vanishes-Spots Gone This notice shalli e publish
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four consecutive
once each week for r.
Bradford County Telegraph ;tJ
weeks in the .

Costs' No More Than Dated this 3 day of December ",,

FULL OF FRUITS AND NUTS it OFFICIAL:,-' Jerk SHAD of the) A.Circuit J Thomas Court III ,4,4s ,

Ordinary Dry CleaningWhen f ffr Marian L Crosby! Deputy Clerk ( "

..'. h U: ;5 4t 12: ':

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< "" : \ofirn TO \I'PE.\R
'""ri.!: >ot'8 t!!<% .. 'u In Circuit Court Bradford Co.nty, oI

Fliirlrins In Chnneerr.strive .
clean a dress for feel I.. Joy Kobey. Plaintiff. >s
we you-you'll 737rde/lj, tiTUTTlfR Uianes Kenneth Kobey. Defendant
Case No 942
just as elated as if it were brand new! \ \0...... .. ..T'.r.
To: Charles Kenneth Hobey whose

That's because Sanitone Dry Cleaning re : residence and adress is: I'nknown
You are hereby notified that a /

stores colors and patterns to their original UTTI suit Divorce fnr care and custody ol

minor children
beauty and brilliance brings back the I I"like.new" has i I..n filed against you in the
1honamp" Court and cause and
\\i are required to serve a copy of
feel and finish with a secret ICE CREAM' \" .ur answer or pleading to the

"\ "nt>' '", on the Plaintiff*
,{ process. makes even last year's gowns I A'torney Zach II. Douglas 50;
i Lynch Building Jacksonville\

': look crisp and new again! Perspiration i" i Florida, ,. nrieinal In The office of

i '.'k 'f the Circuit Court on
< odors and stains gone! Better press lasts -i. r.. t to..

:, day of January 1953: I I ,

.' longer! Try us today and see what a difference f'Try Borden's newest rI

Ice Cream flavor a rand!
our Sanitone Dry Cleaning Makes! \ \LL KINDS OFFICE S 1"1'I'UE5T

combination of marashino

I .
cherries, diced pineapples and VJ

;a ;.1 chopped pecans woven all i

y t.1, through rich, smooth PIANOSave j Holidays are party da-. an-1!- I thehandy ,

ice "\ i
Delicious! '
cream. "IIir'} ; : six-bottle carton (of < .i ,1' < ,ola

Colorful! Enjoy it today V rat $140.00 (:

STARKEDRY home or fountain on new small !i is. part and parcel of the part\ 6 Bottle Carton.c 25

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Honfekt P. 0. Box 5576Jacksonville
,a0 fyf Fla. "Col."i( a regitrredfrod.-mork
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I out the row of '' we wouldn't do better if we fed'J maiden namehas This notice shall be published\ 195ine .,
halted temporarily, but a life'swork. from cutting saplings I been filed against you in thr i rack week for four eonst'cutivel|
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTyfTTTVfyyVVTTTTTTTTVTTTfTTfTTrFARMER'S is a bunch of pine posts. We them an all-purpose mash and above named Court and lause and'] ( 'FICIAL >EAL) A. J. Th '
I I weeks in the ltri! f'd: Co'inty Tel i
I omitted the scratch. Some say J-ou are required to serve a copy of ,, Cl.1 i k of the C.ni.,'
little over 50, and we planto .
4 got a our answer or pleading to the coin-; graph. +it". M.man I. i"ri-bj', Deputy
j-:2 I I II I get some rentachlorophenol,, yes, and some say no, and we plaint i iha'en1 on the Plaintiffs: Attorn*.}' 1.I 111-: -:. .'. .1 ..f :N stint.; II -'t -
: The day was warm and when I IJ the decided yet. [ T. Frank Landrum. Stajke Kla.
'mix it with oil and soak --
and file the original in the office of
J Mon asked about covering the I II I I II I
i up
he Clerk of
for about 48 hours.'e're t the Circuit Court on
DIARY Sam said "\ >r before the 29 day of IV,ember,,
/ | tomato plants, : o." not sure that we'll do it right, I Mom is a great one for scrap \ ;Io2.! :! otherwise the allegation-. i I

4 1 we won't have a frost tonight! I I but we'll learn. And how we dc ping a little of this or that from -aid Complaint will be taken at r.nrrssrd Santa Says t

By Sam McCarvey As usual he was wrong, and on the and this week she J by you. .
I (I II i need fence posts. This notice shall I.. pul.h-h.1 1 .
E /JJfrsXir1.1// The author trill be glad to re"t .-I.. I the morning of December 7th we ,I found some tiny okra pods on the: )'once. tach week for four'.1'\'nH"' 'utrsweeks *. I
\ I in the liradfonl 'un\ l.l.
tJa i ilLaiU// I''he Items of lnler't t nern- ; I had our first real frost. 'The I II The few cows we have are beaten up stalks, and served them I ;graph: S. ,

: mg the activities of farmers In 4 earth was almost covered white, I hanging around the barnyard most ''at dinner They were mighty. IIFi2 I lUt.ll:? this :2r day f x'\ml GIVE THE GIFT i i,

Bradford County. Suggestions may and there was even a thin layerof of the time begging feed. They :, mighty good. ,OFFICIAL SEAL A. j Th,.,} ,- !
office or ice bucket of water in t t Clerk i.f the Cue ':"' I' .
the Telegraph on a
he left at
and their THAT KEEPS
look pretty hungry, 3y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy r.-K /4
mailed to Sam McGar\ey, Lav tey, the barnyard. The temperature ribs tell us that they are not get- On these cool nights it is PC 11 H : .

I was 29 degrees.I We very comfortable and cheery tc1
. . I ting enough nourishment. MIFHITCI \IIM\II vj ON GIVING '
&&&&&&&&&&- II l S SI s"mpathizith them, for we have a nice fire in the fireplace I In Cirruit Court HrndfurJ ('..u.,;-, : i
I !Florida In I
end came in the middle of the day, Ii Sam had promised to protect: know that old wire grass is not Wish we had more "lighter" wood '', (. H.\Ier thanrcry.Jaynell I'latnttff \- ',.,...-
Well, we've had the saddest I stick two of that will make'l
I as a or !I lam George Hujlt-r, Dffnulan'Ca.e
and our only consolation is that the tomato plants, but the frost much to go OH. : ,
blow that can befall you; when I l I anything else burn. N T "
Alice's' he did not suffer. Alice went hit them rather hard, so he got I e R Notice To Appear I
lose a loved parent. *
North alone for the services as I the garden hose and tried to wash I We tell them they'll have tc : To-: William George HI1 'll'r. whor5.tidt"oe ( $10 LAYS AWAY
father died last week, and it happened [ f We're told that we had better* :r and addrr.X: t*:ToJs"
we did not feel that we could 'the frost off them before the sun wait until the rye we planted :"..TIO: L 4 Hn M c K D.. P.r- :
i .Co.
so suddenly that we still I I I dig our sweet potatoes now that : :...., ',. .
bushels bland I
both leave our farm. Pop wasa rose. We had heard that this gets going We planted I irn. > +"" : :
cannot believe it is true. He was we've had a frost, so we'll haveI V.ir a-e! ht >'i.", notif-d that a
simple, kind, Christian man, would prevent damage, but in of Abruzzi rye in the Sedge Grass ;,.:;t : :- : YOUR TELEVISION SET
about the same as usual Monday, | i I.I to give that job a Number 1 Piioi-- .
and little Itmay field what looked at first .
who worked hard all his life this case it did good. during f nur-0- d: :\:
but Alice decided to have a doctor used itViii cut the vines off with I i' ., '' ',: M-, j-.'1: ir.: tm1 '
all he had. We shall both be that the temperature was i like a good rain. We a .
ve '
.1 I' '
look at him and the verdict waothat I hoe. and then use the tractor i I' t t.I"' ano
a .,
the .
miss him dreadfully. below freezing for too long a Cyclone; seeder to broadcast : ,Fa : c'yl ; {H'i7/i an appointment Installation lIP'
Pop was to stay in bed and that hard rain with a middle-buster to plow out '- attar i.r I..adn.! : .. to th.oin-
trick to work. seed and hoped a .
for this
take medication. On Tuesday he ,: Sam's Mom is helping out i! time j would cover it. But the rain the 'taters So far the job sound I[ l.iint. on: ,"I.h. .'IM" ,." mtiff-, + .., ,0,1.\:1..1,1:' \. Christmas. Sec MS noir ir/ii7r the IlI'St t I/,

looked worse, so Alice called the a quite easy, but what we hate i? .,,] .. .. "i :'
mothers all over the too mucv' lid not materialize, although 101I111ll'1I/S Still Arailahle.
again, as Was not concerned 1 are
doctor, end almost before we gathering them It takes' .:o do?- 1" ''I
world do evervday.. Seems thatno about berries for we thought 1 few thousand birds did. They had !i', t.,'r
know what was happening an our ': do it. .
long to
ambulancd was out at the front matter how old you get you that the fruit would not be damaged a fine picnic, until we got a sap- gone Jr" : i

still use a mothers help. l to j ling and dragged it round and ---S '
can see :
but inspected -
we '
gate, and Pop was taken to a .
If \ve can find the time \\ MI
Jacksonville Alice She is preparing meals, taking what had happened to the bloom. round the field and covered mostof < !
hospital in going to plant some of tim snnll! *r ony2799sforVI I
care of the house, and tending to the blossoms which I the seed. Hope that we get a .
the As expected
went with him, and later in potatoes in a hot bed and grow ,

day after he had finished chores our Roadside Market. For even, were exposed had a dark brown good stand. some draws. Seems that you dip Let Us Thoroughly'Wash '

Sam drove to the hospital. Pop :, though our thoughts and ourprayers I center, showing that they had
out a place where you're going; II
are on Alice and her Planted more onion sets In the Your Clothes
was in an oxygen tent and was ; been killed. plant them until you come tc 21II RCA VICTOR !

as comfortable as possible. We family woo at this moment area I Kitchen Garden. They are easyto moisture, then put some manure
looks look pretty nhen 9 Pounds
of berries they
but thousand miles away, we must Our patch grow
stayed up all night with him plaro the potatoes! carefullv side
but the weeds (mostly! bunched. and mighty good eatingif 1
in the mon.ing Sam had tn mnr' do the work which mint, be done good, : hv side then cover with manure
1 wild mu tard > are taking over you don't mind a little thumping For 40c R
bet I and then some' earth. Keep an old TEL VISIO
home to take rare I I canvas or something like that
FREE Bleach
Desired !
II quickly The plants are responding j then. : handy to rover on freezing nights.I I lk1
to the last dose of fertilizerand s temple Ave StaiK
Sound!= pimple but bet it's work. I I l.\i"1 the MAGIC MONITOR
well. In
pretty .
are growing I' Has taken us a long time tobut .

fart they look so good to UF lettered, .
get another big sign Then too if we have time we're -- H' e i TV qucli fu'

IhJt'f' have our fingers crossed. I, we got the materials recently, and I going to make a sweet potatr ;i 1t -' I'""j tIcu'the' Li''

We remember that saying: Good I, Sam stayed up late one night : bank. We hive been 'instructed We Will '11,1 1 Magic' Monil ci ,

FULLY EQUIPPEDthe !wginningpoor ending. : doing the work. Now another Ion how to do this also but whenever i '-1 -_. -... ,I system gives c'e
Your I ;
Dry Clothes
I I job is to get it ul!, so it will stay we hear of proiects like l this, I '::" 'I 1/ \ ... .. steady pict 0"

most modern and efficient equipment We finally got the row of saplings j iup. n wonder how we'll ever find the For 20cIn ,Ir.,:" I, I I screens outs ":" ,'

available to the is rut down along the highway ,Atli, '4[illl I! ; up power am. !s I.i .
profession I tt. time, for 1'l
we are not keeping ur New Automat! Drier I I'" I'
used by this funeral home in maintaining which obstructed the view of our '1 The hens seem to be getting now with what we're trying to do .11,1 t; ,l I!i, ,I"i J sound See it to i in action clean OKI dayEaviy "
we'll try l
Roadside Market. Now ,
its well known standard of t
ashamed of themselves, or they ; '
to pick the right time to burn ql \ \ti' :)i ,' adapted r UHf
Service. We know cat I
are taking pity on us for they one that has nine i
off the trash and high weeds and are laying a few more eggs each : lives. Scarey. our cat was almost rl'II'k'\ \\. -\ \ .:! Th. t1-mch RCA Victor,
I see if we can't improve the ap- I'I II \ 3 Crandall ','nl+ I'
We sure do hate to I day. Our guess is that they will ; killed by Leo. Then the The \IVasheteriaATTENTION 11 11'I\ m,' 'i.' .c' ,' ,no od
pearance. and : other day she ran right under, .11 ,
plentiful a .
DeWITT C. JONESPhone 'wait until eggs are : -p. i u4-rj m i
cut trees though. I : :
7 e e I then we'll get a big batch every sneeding car and seems to 1m.: kr'r.'l_ >A'" ". i "ndof '

Starke Fla. They're almost as contra. ; lived to tell her kittens about I its \ .......- "; "oJc1' '. '
Sam grabbed the hoe one morn-I I : =- -=- .'
p. .. ing and decided to tackle I as hogs. .
1 I The car is acting up II< '\'. < ,, '
of weeding the berries. He worked Model 71T207
Funeral Director Ambulance Service i two ; erator not working and of I '
And speaking of hogs, our M.M--' 1
, carefully but fast the( thought) .I
: the battery running down itouhlt'
Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and and by dinner time he had done rows are looking lots better : (tire Something Different This IVarRCA
double toil and trouble.
I to take better care
I services not otherwise available only an unbelievably small bit. started .

His trouble is that he messes i of them. They are both bred (we ',

..WIWMV N_ I around too much with the job, I hope) and they seem to have settled i Saw the first berries of the If You Have VICTOR Clock-Radio

season on the highway this week.
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and fusses too much with each plant. : ) down to the job of making I I -
that well be
accept AN Y life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANY It's sure no one would hire him little 'uns. picking'very' I i .. Powerful RCA Victor radio plus
soon now. I
company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral I for the job. \ TIMBER TO ELL famous "TtlccLron" clock.

Consultation carries no obligation. I f We feed our hens mash and I Radio automatically turns itself

-- -- ___" '" ---n..J One valuable by-product we got I cratch, but sometimes wonder If After our first frost!' we had I Large or Small Tracts \\l onHllt's you to music, vLcnevn -
i many folks stop' at our Roadside ,
\ m vu.L.Blarl .
Market for collards. Seems they 1 We{ Buy All "

l I want them right after they've been j and gray, two-tone gray
I ,,'ory or red plastic caLin.tL-if.
touched by frost. as they tast* PAY TOP PRICES --
less than *ii indies /& *& OCLi
better. Had a mess of them today : .
O li. >ce it today. L *
for dinner and they were ceitain-: Med' 1C511 :;

eI U J good eating. I H'ri/e or Call --- ---


I When Alice is away this is a

r ( lonesome But place (except for Mom). I I LU THOMAS CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO

we work together as a team I,

and without his Alice Sam is one: I LUMBER CO.

half of a Siamese Twin 1 PHONE 211 J -- TELEVISION

THE NEW STANDARD OF THE AMERICAN ROAD this If year Santa he Claus can* *have is*taking one from order us STARKE P. 0. Box, FLA.735 Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

J We think it would be fine if the \'p _" ._ :, ;-:. : cP, 1 1I 1I

;!! ,"p \ .yJJ...".,dt ark wtckfbn9 .. old boy would give the farmer-
'1haf 1 ." around here
JP" a present in thii
gee -- I
\ / i II I form of an early berry crop I I

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\ lt 'MUM*. -to \i'i'i\n:
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t I $, W : ., \ -----. .. I r '''rh111: In ( lianrrrjr. FLOWERSFOR
.1 sSyR. _. : SarahCi.ioii.I'l.uiilitf. t- I li..inni.: !
,- .... I!It't 'i.t. U t.innan'Vullrr I
ease NI,. :.O7;; II
I To \|>penr.T I,

.- ..: Dominic Cuvont'. w h"s" r..Mi I- -----,-" , ,' -
.. Jen"f i a:. "t i \VfMlr, i'nnx1'w You.Y \ ... a !
--... I ur ;..c hrrrby n.II",1: ) th t .: .. EERYVi''O.SA\ ;
DK, t 'uit+ fur
I An'ttat:: : and/or I'u '
.., i?-i'n filed against! > ,,'. 'o" DURING THE IIOLUA N
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.i.:i'.n'- n.iiiurl Court and i i '
Y'u ai" i'"q'u'-ii: to serer i cl
l your all \\'r"l pl. adng I' : f YES Jay; and beautiful flo\\ t'r'
l Ul.tint "ii the 1'laintif \ '
t K\an T. lawns: 111'I.+ \ 1 I. i .1 I vI r r e /
w-' I 'ha'K' I'" ding J.I, KFli.ru ? can do more than anything else 1 In

todomotic Drn., Ooodini; .,,,,,. ildawol h .toptionol + !"iand .
filr tl-i): igrial m II. fi Christmas.
of (
_.. that
of tfttra cott Equip..nl. occ and I '. ) impart s pjrit
th' 'i.'rk "! th" tart ut!! 'j" ,
tlltl.tt to (Chang rdhe.1110rK1 .
4 (W or bffnrithe 29 day of II..L:,!I"' i, t .
.,19:':!, otherwise the allegation* "f I cheer to the home during the hull.d3.S.
said Complaint will! b<- taken ah ('''n-

With 41 "Worth More" features i iIt's fos.sed: by you See wonderful assortment -
I This notirr hal! !lit' pulili'nnI \ .

worth more when you buy It. worth more when you sell It! mfcfaH/ I I once wk.s each in the trek!!ra for
graph. ,
This'53 Ford sets an entirely now standard for today's level parkways or rough, rutted Hated this 24 I.., i.f Xvtniliti,

for the American Road. For in this big byways plus nearly effortless steering, 9, i 1952. (
1:(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas FLOWEll'FOH GIFTS: Planted Dish Gardens from $1 up Hiwr>
new Ford you'll find 41 "Worth More" brakingandparking.Andyou'llscebeautyfeatures ,] ci..rk <.f the ('.reuit Court.

that give you more of the things that belongs wherever you may drive. II Dy Marian U Crosby I) puty Clerk Tottery Cut Flowers of all kinds. Corsages Flowering l'I an 1... .
4t U:19!
you want.more of the things you need. When you we this new Ford at your |. ll/Zt
than ever before in low-priced car history. Ford Dealer's, you'll understand why it is ,\.1111.-. \i'i'i\u 1'oinsetlias in pots .,.

You'll find the "Go" you need to handle worth more when you buy it worth | In C'irrult (Court liratlfurd Countr,
CHOICE OF VOR SIX [ I'lurlrfa lit ( h.nr.- .
You'll when sell it. You'll that : rj.iConcftta
today's long-distance driving enjoyFord's more you agree F o r d's f 110-h Knhftti Marina, Plaintiff, Beautiful) ornamental wreaths made to order for the do''u
amour p high-compression Strato- I : WREATHS; { :
new Miracle 1 Rule that brings you h.indeed, is the New Standard I of theAmerican Star 'aiie No Sill
V8 has for I
a partner thrifty Go" the
the smooth, quiet riding comfort you need Road.! 101-h.p. low.friction, high-compression Mileage in I Notice T..' I..n T. tppear Sta. n.t, u'h.".. r'.'.idHnrrtnd or window Also CEMETERY WREATHS for holiday remembrance .

A few of the 41 Worth More" features in the 1953 Ford high Maker.compression S. Ford .Automatic Go' with regular Power gas.Pilot givei '1\'II ail:X'tt -
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1'I: !' .: '! :t : a

.:: iI' table Cut flowers to brighten every room in the house Nothing:
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LL adds such a note of cheerfulness to the scene as lo\el flower* .

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!, What better way to remember that friend or \f.::. i-... '-t.
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THERE'S JUST ONE loted one in a distant part than by using our -til:.J. \ :It

3 e FRIGIDAIREMade wire service insuring flowers to arrive there, ", .ty. f \


more responsive spring and you'll never shift again. It's the suspended from above to slimvents hose marks and makes huge, curved, one piece windshield All other fresh: and bright for Christmas Absolutely no .-.._

shock absorber action, not just finest, most versatile automatic mote dusty drafty floor holes. "filling up eosier from either a car-wide Motors Corp. J ".-
loom rubber! cushions, but a drive ever And remember They give more unobstructed side of gas pump Shorter gas rear window and .'g one-piece picture Electric Refrigerators are fuss or bother for jou Just phone your order ? .' : I

balanced ride that gives you anew Ford also offers the smooth floor space ana provide osier filler pipe gives you trunk windows all arouna gives' you made by other companiesand to 21S and we will do the r t".t. ;' ,. .- t
concept of comfort and thrifty Overdrive. pedal operation space for an extra suitcase. visibility unlimited cannot use the word


Here now the 53 FORDr t>>! TEsrrmr VAWE-cuecK rr!rr... Want A GelluineFRIGIDAIRE by



aad Temple Ave. i Cynthia Schmitt FREE DELIVERY 102 Nona St. Starke

Madison & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA I! Starke, Fla. I Owner

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Inaugural ParadeInformation i tration should be made with the
I Inaugural Parade Committee I: Gott berg Homes TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBRADFOR I: Commissioners State Road N6 200 right-of-way)I Mario LanzaIn The new technicolt'rLanza's 1 1I

Given O. Box 710 Tallahassee Fla. No Oi were approved. ,
i Complete Loss File The State Road Department'': : New MusicalAt first modt'rnt:> '
Information concerning the en commercial floats will be allowedto Protest : its Army background d"" "
was !
requested to advance
try of bands and floats in the enter. i\, HIGH the Florida TheatreA opportunity for man
The seven-room home of Harry : The Board of County Commis-i total' amount of these bills in ,
) sequences. James Whit :
inaugural parade at Tallahasseeon Complete information concern- J. Gottberg at Lake stoners last week added its voice compliance with a previous agreement -
i drafted opera star and ara'el'okt'd the part of the tonLhgeant '
Tuesday Jan. 6, has been received I ing the entry of bands and floats was completely destroyed by fire i: j} LIGHTS i to those protesting the placing of'' with the board. The amountto I top sergeant are the

here. I may be obtained at the Starke at 6 a. m. Dec. 7. The Gott-i local Western Union service on ant be advanced by the road department :math I'hiracteM ri 'Because The rapid aitiostorv :- <

The deadline for registering the Chamber of Commerce or at the bergs were not at home at the By Brenda Bradford ,agency basiThis proposal isow will bo repaid hy the You're Mine, the n,'" film! starring is intersperse, i

entry of bands and floats in the I i office of Clerk of the Court A. J. time and the fire is believed to AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. (Communications n pending before Commission the Federal county from funds received in the Man i I..inza at the Florida ;onl;' 1111 toiling t.1: .
have been caused by an occupant
parade is December 20. Regis- Thomas of the house, during their absence, After overcoming the freezing; In its resolution protesting such future. Theatre this: Sunda\ and Munch> Bt..ll.t' Con re :M' .
weather and ('alminour/ Christ- '
j action the Commissioners
declared 'I
electric heater
leaving an placedtoo 1 I
tr .. mas spirit we accomplished a IIti Iit i would be "detrimental to the ;
to mattress. i
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WIN A FREE TURKEY The Camp Blanding fire de-! tie this week.* 1 public" and "a dimumtion of an I --- ----- -
essential ervice
to which the
partment, under the direction of
The Science Club had its monthly ]people of Starke
i Fire Marshal Coy Stevenson, was meeting. They named themselves I and Bradford
3 County are entitled"
called to the scene, but not until the ''S.O.S Club. Thee 1 Mrs. Marian How. chambet "ti Mills Food Market-
the house was too far gone to b meaning of those initials is knownonly i commerce
secretary and Mr W
r LIVE CHRISTMAS saved. The Blanding fire fightersdid to the Members of the club ]H Xollman requested the use of
manage to keep the flames very secretive At the -
. GIVEN ]a portion of the second floor "f
TURKEYS from spreading to Mr Gottberg'snearby the new members discu.ed theiri bUlldmgfor use
----c; AWAY restaurant, however i plane for projects (of the Tourist Club and that 401 CALL ST. DARBY BUILDING
The Gottbergs. who had been *
called to Clarksburg. Va.. due'1 Tomorrow evening the F II. A i needed,expense.repairs be made at ('( onnt\ Plenty Free Parking We Deliver

to the illness! of relatives, returned is having a Christmas party at the -
Simply find your old Insurance Policy and fill in the Their request wa- denied! due k
home Tuesday, having been U. S. 0. .You all be sure to' -
fact the board said that the Over Sea Brand
EXPIRATION DATE on attached coupon. You may notified of their loss. Mr. Gott come will be
space the
by ( oui'+ >
.. berg stated that nothing was ty as soon as it can be pi:K, ed in Vegetable or Tomato Can /
recehe a Christmas Turkey. Date on your coupon must Mr Gibson's second year Spanish 1 ,condition for SOUP S 1 OC
saved from the flames, including students have been making Christ occupancyA

correspond with date on your Policy. $5,000 in savings bonds which he mas card. as a holiday changefrom delegation consisting' If.J R
Wamwright. Titus ,
Olson and! c
1: was keeping at home as a legacy the every day grind The ,
TURKEYS AWARDED DEC. 22ND ': for "his first grandson". He cards are Spanish in nature and' ford County representing Cattlem..n's11.the Brad Pound
enclose Spanish inscriptions BRISKET I S E STEW S E 15C
requested the board
3 ; estimated the loss of the house! to 0"1"1.1"in <

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN and contents at 20000. Nothing; The Annual Statf is trying hard giving employment! U and

was insured, he said, because of I to meet the December deadline on possibly subsiding vetermar; +
'I until he can establish a sell! SMOKED

('1---------------........ ..,' high rates due to no fire protection ; some book of. the. They'll picture make section it .of. .their Thei supporting practice in this imir:.
I in that area.Addresses j ty. The matter was laid fr, Lb
I I :My Auto Policy Expires '" _. ........ .... .... I II I II I ji i!I packets photographers of individual have pictures made avail-$3I 1 further consideration tIT PURE PORK SAUSAGE 39C

I Liability (Date): Mo...... ....... ._ .......... Day .... ........ ...... .. I II II i Of InterestClyde ; able to the students I Every one was Payment of SlfiO to L P'lm!)-
'seems to be willing to buy this approved for a boitou mt

I I Collision (Date): Mo........,. ..... ......... Day..... .. ... .. \\' Strickland, Box 141 remembrance o*, the 52-53 year on the Scout Hole! Road v\h" i; J- Better Brand For C
I I Xichols, Fla. aiRUS to be graded,{ and hard-sin r'I, DOG F FOOD 3 21

My Fire Policies Expire Perrv Newsome K-' 1 II! Box ..' Sheriff P. D. Reddish requested/
I I 419B, Jacksonville FlaT The the board to ,
Dates .. ....-...- .. ....--..-......... ...... ..... .. 1, Senior Court has taken up build! a mall stir oxr I
its lust eases Four boys were buildingOn the county jrtil !in* .4 .
- - - Rtlit'C't ft I it r ifd and all of them found guilty The request was denied! and ti.'
5 Thi CHUM now has some much Sheriff was offered the use "f> Fresh Ground Southern Harvest

AhSt'Yt .' m-ed.'d.1 experience and is function-i suitable space on the --t'C, 'aid! fI!, "'.

CONNER & GAY Insurance Agency ) ini: tall of the purchase ag buildingThe of a hack pi:itr HAMBURGER OLEERS l E 0

116 N. Court St. Starke, Fla. 1 I know you folks are busy getting for the metal desk in the fount"I

ready fur Christmas, but think tax collector's))
5'25m5m.s"2 "o SAMEFASrREUE F ofrtce u.t.s: :tr. Lb Lb
how happy you could make some proved. 39C 11C

_. ... .... .... ..... ..... ..... w.. M. M. ... .. .. ... ... -. .... hild, simply by gathering to-' Weekly wage payment f.," 'he
> > p.thei some clothes and giving
courthouse janitor were
K them to t the student Welfare ComIlllttee apwoud
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GiveHimA. I A bill from the ( Ia\ FlettrCooperative "

.. for moving ">i in: "t
K 9f The Glee Club is also busy dur- its fis transmission line piles] on ,H"1; f (W g E I N E S 1 Lb Cello// 49C
J. Loop
1,1 in;: the holidays. Last Tuesday count road u- :\in! / i
<< I l! 1951! was denied berauth.: ,' ,.
', they -ang at a P. T. A. meeting i:
::. Practicalt I i!; at Iiwtey Friday night they dis- eral understanding' Me; t ""
( pined! then musical talents in the wink \\ is done \1'1 i i. Ii :al tli. > Dozen

i I !Mont ".t l the Courthouse and around would be no ,I'haisji d r t t:1\':. -< ORANGES E S 1 OC
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\ t tr > I town In way of Christmas Carolms lee the board said
v ; B XV Rax repre.-ent: (;M\IH( >

\ Iron Works of ..lacksiiiiil'i!'! I !
( ..,; Y 11 j, The second year home H'uirls the hoard that his rom! ,' +iru "' i':
fi I ?i 1 I ;ue tnguged in a Red Cross HonteX ized I it had; n:" !legal I 1 iln'i) + ,iu'i 1:; t 7 Lb Bag
f 0 6 I ::" in'sin}; Course, under the capableiliicctmn a flat* dump b I I of Mrs. McDonald theiri on open occount to Dnwlmi': \ ,

He'll// Appreciate J| i'I I home '.ononucj* *teacher* ;, concern Sales and to later the count:sd] bthe,Mi 1.1'Ita;i.r' !' .!L "r: "" ,a'U.l.<<:-- w."_ _""" "" _"""'L JR: __
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i |!I: I the High Houpt School has gotten some of, was further anxious staled to that his ( nipmv GET YOUR CHRISTMAS
boys interested. ; examine t'i! hu:-r
!I in nig.ini/mg" a Boy's Club as a,; whil'h has never functioned pi.ir.-
i ; <'hapter of the Ili-Y. a Christian erly, and to recondition it so rhaou :it' -- --
*0 Alvarez Store J M I the amzation country for Their boys first through project t'it' manner will operate in a s.ttiM.,ic, ,tut,

\ u.ito construct the manger scene1!! A number ot hill-, appimtd' ', h\
i :in front of the school. Drop y'the::' county attorneUK lined ,ir !MATERIAL HERE .

_, ESTABLISHED I u 3 c ct I i 1 and l sir it when. you k have. a mint te[ connxtidiiith, I the .I'' ijuisitiiin+ ni '"'- ". _.h -' -_ _'k..__ .u__, ._-, 'P..W-- -,- A.oa
1Mr 1Nr y '' t 's'.' '% 'Vi'm y. yi.,. '%E' r W '1:' r '1 Each class -
had it- rhusini is: -

party today no\\'. WI' :mit
for a nice big vacation See \", ,i,
in two weeks. In th.. < i" A better buy because .

; i Merry Christmas and i Hau; ) volume production! ctoni'i-m! I.
\lj New Year You always/ get a C'hcvrolct trucks list lot r U" ,tl t, .

1JOW TO tE Here are Brcmla I': ,' '!r"< : comparable models "I! .in.. i ,

B m..kc.E .

iii some, 14.I- Recent BirthMr LOWER OPERATION AND

A H ERa and Mrs! M h Det' MAINTENANCE COSTS \ .'

0 O /I announce the birth i.t r i I' 1 ,, cite in-l lead engines, ll\pi>i.l! .
] :, bert Dennis, on Di'< .-' r axle, channel-tvpc fratiu. I
mqibtLU I i Vincent's hospItal. Mounted cabs and m.m., >

-- fI / Chevrolet features ,i--u'I '.'
Hie 1 to iI4'17'1'n \rri.tit: lower over-all costsTRADITIONALLY' .
__ atlly | n .Iri-iilt < iinrf. llnniri.ril t..>unt.
dit I ,1.111: In < It"II.r,.
Jasper L. Kranke Plaintiff. \s HIGHER
,l l j i Mayola C Kranke, Defendant! TRADE-IN Chevrolet tru, l lI tli

All-Electric : Case No 9.111'of : : I .p their value lonuer .td .'
Kitchen > Ire To *nt>enr'. :'Mil, iloll.its .lJId-\.t'l1t. j '' "
To: Mayola C. Kranke. whose ; in time' .
Automatic residence and address is: 15 Mat-

'{ Home Laundry tingly Avenue, Indian Head, Mary 0 B B A better deal because .
land find
'i ette
Record Player < h [. !< I trucks list !tur !< s
a Von ate h'r."y notified that a r _, ,1',
I' nit for ;:'! tu i import.nit uti ttit

: ; Television ha. 1".r't been filed> against you In the uy t v.i .I Mi'Illii_SBetter

t Radio s rou are required to serve a copy of
vi.ur answer or pleading to the
?f! Dishwasher "ir'plnnt on the PlalntifrsAtturiuy Buy
Xach H. Tloullal', 5f>"i

b' Clock F I.vch:. r;da. Building, Jacksonville with Chevrc t trucks Now!
dt .
and file
the original In the officef
L; 1 Toaster ,. the rirrk of the Circuit Courtn
/ / 1 or before the
LA; Percotata'iJ' 29 day of December, 1952;
'heru-lse! the allegation. of said t'"mi>laint! will be taken as r. tifessed -
I Roaster by you.Tli.s .
; n'lfioe hall be publish
waffle Iron once each week for four consecutive
weekin the Bradford County Tele.

Door Chillies+ gr'nhDated this 26 day of November, .-
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Floor & We have Large t Stock of

il: table lam Ps r, Fine Pianos in Central

Ckeop.tw'. litt/ 6e o+uiU} at fMlr Toys Florida If WIN $25,000 fiRST PRIZE IN-THE-GENERAL

6f& it w&-t> tfedz aj/Sftwt; pli.utw- NEW AM) l'SEUFully '--- 1 I MOTORS BETTER HIGHWAYS, AWARDS ..
Bed Cov If I'i "V.'I?' '.tilm e $!'<40')0 Cans "
wf6< 5uiuAii Scute fo .u. (kfcei w tL r f ReconditionedEasy I 1'4'., fS: r ''iauur.g catty U.ltk o', ;.
tom: hwitf nta dds rua1' OMthi'iu Su 1 de'ar'
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