Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03200
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Official County Publication Established In 1S79VOLl'ME

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Many and .E- ji S'JL SFF..T\"-LOUR STAHKE- FI.OPJD.FIUD.- .\\". DFCEMBKR 26. 19.i"! :MMUKK: TWENTY-FOI- I.

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the Christmas season ,, .! Winners\ NamedIn New
in Starke thiseeit. 0 # County Agent Ready Governor Names

:. Pictured here

are many just proofs tWO of that the yt Outdoor ; To Begin Duties January 1

the Christmas spirit \ George T. Huggins, recently ap-
has hit Starke with P' 1
pointed county agent for Bradford Board
its usual last-minute 4; Lighting Contest i Hospital
impart. County, will assume the duties -
i of this office January 1. Mr.

Above' is seen the First j Huggins and his family have already c
-Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph- prize in the outdoor I
long line of eager Christmas decoratingontest went : moved to Starke from Mac- Anderson Appointed From

r- _.a4 school children wait to the Jim Chasteen home follow! clenny and are occupying the

ing for the to i- the I Graham house on Clark Street. _
doors t
; judging Monday night.
I :L Brooker
1 open for the Florida second place was awar'led to the The new Bradford agent is a District Following

Theatre's annual Gene Long home, while third prize ,i native of Loris, S. C. and moved

;,: toy matinee last \\ as won by the outdoor Christmas to Alachua with his parents in Minority Report Of Sen. Johns/
1924, where he
Friday morning. I tree at the Joe Martinez home. j was brought up \11:

(I; The Kiddies hold 1 The first prize Winner was an I," an After SO-acre general farm \ t u appointments tt> the Board of Trusteo.s: of tKi}: \\ .i .

[ 1. aloft the Rifts they effective arrangement in the large graduating from AMi MUM (
'flinty Hospital Corporation
high school, were announcedV''dn! !:< >
he attended
till ,
'r contribute as picture window at the Chasteen the T'nversity > 4.
'- ., the office of
Fuller Warren
I ; of > in Tallalu
-j Admission to the home on North Cherry St. FJOCH Florida, gl'-1du
i ; how, and theatre lights illuminated the l lettering I from the school of agr;, 'ti'i i II". in ''ted wenChirles: Hardy Wait. R. K. AndrewH--
1939. --:tarke. fmrt>ar term; 1 i
w ____ ,4 nanagcr Ira Harris "Happy Holiday" on the window
hitciea: I 1. Lawtev, Douglas N G, Hayes 1' ",
5 iirtey' the scene while the central ornament He has a long re 1 "t d i H three Edward
was a J. W,
4 Club ; < nn; Hewlett S. Anderson. Thoma.s :a: !
) with satisfaction.At i huge poinsettia made of and FFA service,
\f -k i red foil, wing ,.h. W Hamilton.
i two term
left is the with three gold balls at its center. been president of the Ala'hllaII year ; lrl..1 I
reported to
-i Kite, South Stark our nom I' 'i<
A flood-lighted Club for four years, and George T Huggm. onej I
impressix" manger Santa Claus on president committee the results of thi
t. n I term: Claude L. May <
of Hampton
scene constructed the roof was the theme cf the the Alachua FFA Chapter for ing and
today I
sin"el't'1! '
one year term.
t E .. -4 i the school decorations at the three years. He directed State acres now. Improved
4 on high Long home on pasture always The appointments that Mr. Hamilton who hi.i "'
were in
,I. ground by members West Madison St., while the Martinez 4-H Club Camp six summers.Mr. ', creates the desire for better with accord majority vote of our commit'.

,.. .,/ of the lawn was I Huggins has been in 1; blooded livestock. I recommendations made
-;. newly orga centered with a continuous will be
i I to the GO\'f>nor by a local appointed by the (;11\ "
nominating -
flied Hi Y Club I beautifully symmetrical tree lighted employment with the Agricultural ';: He has also constantly encouraged -I Yours
committee very t tr.
I.!I w itb the exception -j
in the traditional manner Extension Service in : the use of legume 1

. Feeling Kinda Chipper These Days? Well Here's Why Honorable mention was given Lake, Calhoun Duval, and Baker'1 I crops as a means of increasing cover I: Brooker of district.tne trustee The nominating from the I j I M. O HarrellIn

to arrangements at the following Counties since his graduation: soil fertility, and the use of im-1! i accordance with his ILL
II committee. by a votof three !
h&mesV.. B. Mundy. W. H. with the exception of three yt'ars' proved varieties of grain and ment to notify Mr Harrell .;

Census Bureau Says Starkites YoungerTaken ,Than Average Smith. Carl Johns W. H. Nollman. sen-ice as Xavy gunnery officer i I crops for i increased production.hay ,:I i Hamilton two, had as recommended the Brooker: trustee Z. W. j,,j decided to submit a minort\; i

and R. F. Young, and to the Xa- dUring.orld War II. Mr. Hupgins and his wife have j Senator port to the Governor, Si ll.I*t ,
Charley E. Johns who
; tivity Scene on the higtM' I In Lake County he established j four children a son 8. a daugh- ': served chairman I Johns wrote the following: !<-" '

as a whole residents of Florida. ing down Jobs. In 19-10 only one grounds. a 4-H Club pasture grass demon- tor, 6, and twins, a boy and a girl. I as of the nominating to the Brooker Commissiont-t
i j committee had I
Starke are younger than their Other revealing data on the out of every nine married women The contest judee were three station plot that a few years later 14 months old. They are 'I previously I
members -
compatriots in other parts of the I! population trends in Starke and : in the United States was in the Garden Club members from developed into a nursery to furnish |I i of the Methodist Church. announced his intention to file a j December 17 1C! '
]i minority: report with the (; Dear Malcolm:
United States. This age differential elsewhere has to do with the increase j labor force. The proportion has Gainesville: Mrs. Robert L. Fair. i starting supplies of several In taking over the duties of

is brought to light by the in the number of personsof : !, risen to one out of every five. I i ing, district director number three grasses. I II I j i county agent here, Mr. Huggins ,J nor Brooker concerning recommendation.the Ssplit ov'r-I filing This is a to advise you thai 1 I i-

Census Bureau after an analysisof I age 65 and over. Advancesin ;i In Starke, the Census Bureau Mr*. Louis T. Nielind, associate; In Duval County he proposed\ a I states that he has heard minority reportu I

data gathered in the recent the medical sciences and better I!! found, 31.1 percent of the female editor of "The Florida Gaidener", District 4-H Livestock and Poultry i I fine and encouraging things about mary I Senator Johns had nominate Governor Fuller Warren r<>.'">"
1 | Anderson for the port: after )I. i iHarrell. mending Mr. Hewlett S. Aits'!
tabulation. I living standards have had a population over the age of 14 was and Mrs. James W. Day. immediate Show that has developert intc Bradford County. "I appreciate 0'1 i
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I I county comrri.ssioner from son as a member from !u'
The median age of- people in| marked effect in lengthening the in the labor force. The corresponding past president district three one of the state's outstanding 4-H F the interest of the people and j
1 I : District Five (Brooker-X v Rivenhad > Brooker-New River section :. >i ,
Starke is given as 28.6 years,1 I 1 life span and causing this in. male percentage was The outdoor dec-ji aliens were annual activities. Counties included it all as a challenge to be of
I Hamilton. In two
I the year appointment.
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signifying that there are as many crease. I 77.4. judged on appropriateness to oc: in this project are Bradford service whenever and wherever ,
(1 t I II roll call vote. Senator Johns and Hoping this meets withoui' ,uproval.

above that age as there are below. I I Ii i In Staike, the Census Bureau The civilian unemployed locally! i' casion. distinction and originality Putnam, Baker Clay Duval Nassau possible." he said. 'I L. Thornton Johns voted for An- I, and with warmest p. i s''ii.

In other parts of the countrythe reports 8.1 of the those of design condition. suitability of and St. Johns. He served "Your visits and '1I
percent popula meaning who wanted jobs I suggestions I]| der!:on, while Harrell. Rep. Dyle' regards. I remain

median is 30.1, years. This tion is in the 65 or over bracket. i I and did not have any was only!, combination of all material, pro as chairman of 4-H activities in !,I will always be welcome and en- E. Conner and E. L. Matthews i ii Sincerelyours
places Starke residents 1.5 Of great interest also is the 1-1.3 This less pOI Uon and scale. seven counties for 1'years couraging to u.'i," the new I I
yearsf I f I percent was unemployment 1 agent ,I i voted for Hamilton. The vr te on ;, Charley E. John-,
younger than their counterparts. progressive change occuring i in than was reported for The committee was pleae(1 l with and chairman of Stale 4-H I continued. "May the efforts of the other four trustees wall
They are younger also by 2.3 the labor force with an increased I the nation, 5.0 percent or for the the efforts that home owners in planning committee for one year our entire organization be for unanimous. In a prepared statementleased !

years than people generally in number of married women hold State. 4,5 percent Starke had put into their <1<,c- His principal activity for the I progress in our county and state." i.j In making his nomination of < to the Telegraph \e-tt-r: )I.r

orating and found it difficult 1rDecide past two years has bern tiie development While m. Ba.fe.fct County MrHusrgins /I Hamilton Harrell ; Mr. llarrell said
I state tnal a'{
: Club on the winners. of a pasture and livestock conducted a column of! of 17 citizens "These letters are publishedthat )
Speech Employs New group met at Drookor -
PKY \Wins 42-36 Technique The Woman's Club :us: "ron" :>r program in Baker County. : interest to farmers: in the news I' on December 5 and th.it lIarr.liI I, the people of D8tri t Fni

II' of the contest, hopes t<> see this Legume pastures in Baker County I paper. and state* that he plans \i u n was their first choice for.5.5I i I and Bradford County will nni1"

In Presenting One-Act Plays Here ',It'a i amed on through the ve.'rs:. have ini.rea.-ed from )less' than 10() to continue thi piactu'e :m th' trustee from that district I I stand why the wishes of the peopii

Over BBS Cagers I acres in 1950; ) to at least 1.5(1Bowling ; \) Telegraph In making his nenunetion of i I: of Brooker and New River ami i i''h'.-

"Theatre in the round" made Henderson; i was craz\ about Umovies. \nderson. I decision of the majority III'>t 't'u ,
now serving PS Mayor I
-:" "" i its initial bow in Starke on Wednesday : Turkey Winners I .
IL .I- and brother ( Ben N'orth) ; Tourney Prison ""f Brooker, Senator Johns pointed I : County Nominating011111111

P. K. Yonge cagers defeated and Thursday evenings of was a baseball fan However, Are Announced PageantSet nllt the i: were ignored: by State Sena* ,
many progressive step
BHS 42-36 last Friday night in l last week when the Bradford High: when the time came to meet the i \ Off For HolidaysPlant I II !'hat have been taken in Brooker Ir I Charley E Johns in retard\ to Ih.I .

the Stai.ce: armory. The game School Speech Club /gave its annual family the poor fellow got them Three. live turkeys were awarded under Anderson's administration. I recommendation <,f ;A hi>tjnf" "

was close throughout, with the presentation in the USO and I Conner I For Dec. 26 trustee from the BrookerNVRiver
tied 17-17 halftlme. I their hobbies all mixed up.I by & Gay Insurance Maintenance reniai.vnl: at Following the meeting on Dec I i
score at auditorium. He even had an unfortunate encounter I! Agency at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon 12 at which the trustee [ District Although 1 iv-
the itrom- I
I of the
defeated the localsat top heap with 10
The visitors In keeping with the modern with the maid (Jackie in front of the Chamber of a won. mendations Senator, in his report ,o ti
made. Mr. liar I
two lost record in the Inmates of the were
free throw line. Each team Id"tt''k St.tie
the trend of bringing the audience Commerce office. Governor respected the I d'.I'I"" "
i Colley) To the audience's satisfaction The lucky winners rell wrote the <
made 13 field goals, while PKY into closer contact with the performers everything woiked I were Morris Carter. Heil- of the Humphreys Gold Bowling Prison will pieser! ,']" u annual: followingletter to( of the nominating eommitte'each :
out Senator Johns
out of 25 free- I I league before the holidays The I Christmas Pageant "Th" of :
connected 15 times Light
the center of the auditorium fine in the end. I jbronn Springs; ; Rev. W. E. Hall, I ; of the other four rounn 1I >"l
locals could tournament will be resumed theS'orld" to the ,'f'nf'l"ll
chances. .Ian. pllhlit-
throw The
floor served as the stage/ 1 MrDavison, speech instructor. j I Pine Level; and O. O. Webb, Dec. 12.: 1W)2 tricts, he saw fit to file a mm< '

only sink 10 points out of 25 for the two one-act comedies,, I j directed the second plav. a fast tarkt'. 7. 1 ill the prison audit or'.Jin: Friday Dear Senator: I jity I report in regard to the Bio.il

tries at the free line. while the audience sat on all foursides moving farce called "Wilbur Faces The turkeys were grown in I At the present time tna orderof evening Dec. 26. at 7-15: o'clock Below) I have listed the names ,)St I i .-New River trustf'P in s[1'11. .

Delano Thomas with 11 pointswas viewing the play from all I Facts" The plot centered around I Bradford County. Christmas standings is as follows, with "We have" an abundance of alent those who participated in the the fact that a repn-si-ntati I I .

high man. Benton Futch and directions. : : the number of games won :anl lost: i this year. says Rev Leslie A.I December of citizens of DiNt r id H '
Vilhur I .Jimn1Weldon ) and hisI I cards attached to the wings of the meeting Friday. 5. 19ri group
Pal Rivers tied for second high The first ; I Plant Maintenance 10-2: Office I Shepherd prison chaplain and to recommend '! '
nlay was a sprightlycomedy friend (Louis Mann I who trLJ turkeys wished the winners a a representativefrom had indicated their prefer-
with 8 points each. entitled I I' .1 9-6; Engineering 9-6. Wtt Mil' director of the pageant "and endor-f l f,
"Boy Meets I marry off Wilbur's eldest sisterto iMeirv Christmas. \ County Commissioner D't. which preference was <

Paul Rivers did a good jub, in Family", directed by Mrs. R. 0 a friend of hers ( Robert Manninert The winners were !selected onI .1 Maintenance 7-:; Dyhul 8-7: those who come to 'e" it wi illshare ,I I No. 5, including the precincts, of a majority of the nominating' ,'

holding all-Stater Jimmy Dell Davison. It told the story of a !so' that he can get a new I the basis of expiration dates of Zircon Mill 6-6; Electric Shop in"a beautiful airi inspr.ing Brooker and New River on the mittee. Senator Johns, the p-'

PKY center, to 3 field goals and I Voting: man <( ; \I "The Light of the Wnrld"iIl
12 I i
total of
ffree throws for a
his first encounter with the family needed badly. Mother ( Barbara Alice Vivian, formerly of Maplewood. tees made to wonder why neitln-i"

points to be the visitors leadingscorer. ofh is fiancee ( iMIty: Lawsuit. Colley! ) and younger sbtOlar.! N J.. now making: herhome : I Mrs. Buford Wins be which staged in six elaboraieettings; E A Gainey. W E. Bi hd' '. I the three men reromtrvn'ti ,!
were designe I and execute'!
She had informed him ahead ofI 1'8rE't Rose DuncanI! all added in Starke. assisted with thei I Jr. Fiank Tomlinson. Hew.e.t them were acceptable t.. v

Practice has been suspended I time as to the individual interests their problems!' and the results i I i selection of the winnersjTenneseeans Picture Contest I by a gifted inmate nrttst. TheF. Anderson. L. I. Dyal. G. E Green I I These men were: Z. W. H.ii'i1'!
O. Miller Piano Co of Jacksonville ]
until Dec. 29 when Coach Hazelwood of the members of her house. \vfff hilarious.: G. B Colson. C E Andrew C: I i Brooker: Bill Bigham i ]Ir' ,\ '

will have the boys out again, Mrs R C Buford nurse in the has installd a concert J 1' '. '
hold. Mother (Faye Paulkt\ liked Both plays were i I.T. Crews. Howard Mott. Howa 'it! land Reddish AnrlrewNiw! :
exceptionally >ffire of DrV E irodel Hammond for the ---
working hard to be ready for a : : riddletonVU organ
1 poetry. Father (Bobby Wiggins) well} done Buy
and flt'C't
I t credit I the
full schedule until tournament on the winner of a p'ar's subscription performance Rehn: r<;ils with the Mower DemonstrationA
l "-.is a Republican sister (Marian '\rton Andrews Heads
: and the directors alike. !
Lake Butler to the show it to be bnl'itmt
time. Particular stress will be Paper Telegraph in a picture contest organ a instrumental -

hich i Science run last week. She was the medium for the pro A t ,'\ iota v >< 'v- 1\1" f\\F
the w Talent
placed on passing game Sought In Exam ,1 March Of Dimes
Announcement of the sale of 1 first one to identify all photo- duction's varied musical phllThe !'''''- loIn"l'iw" 'r \\ '11 hi1 di.un"strat.d '
left a lot to be desired in the encounter -
I PreliTinarv cx-imn.:: ti.n. i iv '.aItt v. in ritnce. the Union County Times was made s: graphs correctly Wendell Kelly cast numbers: more than at the F .I Sha-v 114'!<:I I f ll'iv:' .And"! v. f: M t ( I !'..

with PKY. i nnertion with he Twelfth An Ist'ef'k by the owner Al I of Lawtey also named them cm'reetly. | just north of Starke till 1'. S .i'll 1]
( The o-iH student who took: 100 men and women |ii.ner-. including i '\lIt npfi I tI'1 r hat hi" '
The B boys defeatedPKY's Parker of Lake Butler and Le:*' ,
squad but
I nual 1 Science Talent Search was the i his answer was re- on Tuesdav Dec 30 from 1 |If .
aptitude test here is Pa ISVh'lt I Green Starke I three rhoi- :and, I V.*"il I { county .iii'i'.tign! ilir.' t t1f -
of The !i i
B 31-29 in an overtime paper was ceived after Mrs Buford'sThe The invitee! tc
team Tu !' : Dec 23.: at Brad. Kuccra daughter of Dr. and 1 Irs.fnr4 I ,15 p m. public i
purchased by Mr and Mrs. Gen I groups. >.r,.1 March of Dimes .II|i iU
the demonstration.
period. The end of the game I I High School under the !'u!)(>r. H. J. Kucera of the State Faimvisitinn ''n photograph that gave: folks '
Robinson of Knoxville. Tenn. ,
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'I'hei'elI1 bt !i-i-- .r. : "j
of Char' P fVnven a. :
found each team with 29 points. Winner in h" Iwli'Iar\ the mot trouble was the one of. ('B" F.TF.U'nIaIXi
The Robinsons will 0 I
come t "
SI \f"n.'f mstiurtoi i I1H' '' charge Rev Shepnerd eaid, "hut ,
plllp >* ex1'' !h Mir white haiied" rrev..lis earc
II > lady
i (11.if with
Billy Henderson scored 11 pointsfor I. 'ke Butler on January 1 to take birth- TliMe' '.\ ill! hi jJ all-dav: workn -
of the sear-h !>. !i- rnaxf\ \Iur.tan (ontiibutirnt. '.' ill he v ..
\1 \ < \I.t> > > iav ('ak a! the bottom of the t'" i The l ,ipnin'M[ '''-tit '\ 'i. '
high scoring honors. and barge of the paper Mr Robin- .1.} H' I >\.i; mdl"on FndaA'l \
foster .
the educatx h \'" ,iru> tend 'h S< >< << r 1'"' ins':: >iu "iaeo !Shfvn; > i"'>peftlidei "'CtI'l f"r the! in i ,its'I! Sinil1-' .
>n is a veteran in the week! :finer'i :, :' :] ,i tteret: -'l' per"'!'; hv I I'- H d' .t.! Ml! imi S* I '
Johns of PKY had 12 points. girls with skill an ,..
-.e: >>ne next spring 'i 1" Mi-; MlWh'ts / ,
ewspaper field having owneri i ( ) i]1" I FIII,1 .d''n! ('t.:1.1! n.f

and published! several snrresfn1w'eklies ,

Big Dad Host I I in Tennessee. New Guard Co. Formed At Blanding I IThe

To EmployeesAt -k A. & P EmployeesGet -
;: Christmas Bonus "Famous Forty-Eighth": J' :

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Division, National -
'k '- Guard. with !L.

Dinner EventOne 4.' .... F. K->,pU..ee.v tif the Great A&P I i Florida headquarters located in : J
,-,; : -
Trmpany throughout
i added a new unit tc
c ir.tiv shared! more than
hundred and oight employees r : : its roster Monday, Dec 1. as ConI
I i $2 000 ooo in p't-f101i ay compensa-

of the Big Dad Manufacturing -. '1 ;' ,',:; ti 'n this vear it was announced !I I pany "B" (rear), 715th Or'tmaiKr

Co. and 15 special guests Zr 1..e j ., I.. '. h Ralph W Burger. President of''.. Battalion was activated} it military -
gathered in the Methodist recrea- '
fi< 'ood chain
: "
ceremonies held ;It
tion hall at noon last Friday for Camp
F' ,>!iv. employee with as much
the second annual Christmas Din j"T' ,A I I i Blanding. with 1st Lt I.s.-oh!) H
x months service received a I

ner given by the company for its 'k of trip annual fund voted by II I;i Johnson, company ecu m'- nd. Inpecting
employees.The .i",. Company's Board of Directors ,I.I officer for the .*' asion

Christmas motif was evident .. ;.: r fibution i was made on Decem- ;I was Lt. Col. Bradlev. :M Fess'-n-

in decorations and group bPI, 12Easter I II i den. Third Army. Floi.i'i! \ Military
II I' District
singing of carols was enjoyed Ix r1 i I I| ;
'.- :, '' Battalion Headquar'- '.he
fore and after dinner Misse-
i:... Lilies
Judy Green and Phoebe Green 7t(. new company is lo'at..o ,> lark-,

sang two numbers accompaniedat Officials! of the Big Dad Manufacturing Co. are pictured above at For ChristmasThe sonville! and Major Thomas A .

the piano by Mrs. Betty Sapp. I the set-ond annual Christinas dinner given by the company. for its McClamma will be ba'tahoji com ._ : I

The three-course turkey dinner employees laM Friday. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Geo. \\. l>.1[. Telegraph ofCic has been mander. Company "A of the ___

was served by ladles of the Metho- neil.. Mr. Darnell superintendent, D. S. Sic -loff. owner, and Mrs. brightened this week by the unusual 74Sth Ordnance will aJ-*> be located -----i- :
privilege of ha fin? : in JacksonvilleThe
dist. Church and included for dessert Notice Ward, office manager. Standing (I to r) Miss Ruth GIbson _____I .
lilies on display for Tnristmas. has ------ --- --
company an aiitminzed'

into cake a miniature and ice red cream and molded white office. Rudolph Sink, head of the cutting department Date Harper The lilies were brought in by' strength of four officer*!, five warrant pany which is to suppor' .ear Men of the newly activated ('0. n. 48th Ordinance \laln'I'nan,

Santa Clauses. Ilorida sales manager and Mrs. Betty Sapp, office. t I I Helen Hardenbrook and mnde a officers and 103 enlisted men elements of an Infantry L',\'.'>jor> Battalion, are fehcmn a.tto\e m'eMng instruction .in (the misM >n ..i tl

Following the Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Tlsr phj most striking appearance growing: Present members consist of one for Maintenance inson and company at 1n..pt.L"tloo and activation ceremonies held nfrntlv at < ani|>
dinner. D. S.
!, in a box that was decorated with t officer, three warrant officers and ordnance supply and also ...-> por-
Siceloff. president of the company j that he has plans for expansioned around a beautifully decorated lilandinK- Instructor for the olas ( right) i is ( U<> Robert ..at.-rwi'i
I and 42 enlisted men some cf whom vide direct support in th. way of
spoke briefly expressing his appreciation which he hopes to be able tc I tree. Mr Siceloff presented each, I holiday red green. Among the htarke men in abo\e photo are HUh \Ueld', F: rlhan '
were former members of the 743th; ordan'-e service for rear elements
for the cooperation of put into effect during the coming' employee with a lovely bedspread.The I The Telegraph appreciates having Ordance Company in Jacksonville of an Infantry Di'isicJn.Cther Delano Thomas, and Jack r.a\M

the community and the factory closed the lilies on display in our:
factory down for the
year.After Florida. This forms a capablecross officers of the new company -
employees during the year and a leaving the recreation hall holidays at the end of the workday office where they have been admired .
section of qualified personnelto in addition to Lt. Johnson C. Stephens. WOJ J Leslie H. unit will consist of 1(-sid..r.t. "

half that the here.plant He has been In the employees returned to the i Tuesday and production will: 1 I and enjoyed by many peo- train and instruct new members include Chief Warrant Officer 'I Harper, and 1st Sg-. Rene Garcia. I Middleburg. Keystone Ht'L'I' ,

operation announced factory where gifts were exchang- I not be resumed until January 5. : pie this week. in the missio.1 of the corn- Robert A Paterson WOJG John Personnel of the newly activated j I Camp Elanding. and Stark: p

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Wherein I fiiiNh up my prepat r fthe and> road from my school: C ..rE
rations for Christmas, I catch a and sing. "It Came Upon The t
''I bad cold and help to pick up and '! !Midnight Clear." And on star-

On Keeping Christmas I rare for the dead. 1 light nights, I looked up at the

I II stars and sang, "Oh rest besides; t 1c
I I Happiness cannot be sought
J j the weary road, to hear the angels Z
' A lot of beautiful and inspiring things scure province of the mightiest empire ofj,: and held I I I sing." Life was not easy, but it

have been said and written about Christmas, the time, he had little liking for the oppres- |! Like gold ana Jewels to a I, was an adventure and I lured

but so far as we know, no one ever expressedit sions heaped upon people by great aggrega-. miser's heart, ;11 my children and !school ..w iro.ts
better than Henry Van Dyke when, he tions of power. In a period of time and ina It is illusive like the wind and 'I j Don has bought proper! in a
wrote civilization where four-fifths of the people I i'! rain j I nice town about 80 miles from
: -- j: And if it is
pursued it will 1 here where
we were marri'd He -
Are you willing to forget what ;you have were chattel slaves. He proclaimed the digni-! dart i is Quantity Rights Reserved
planning to
build '
done for other people, and to remember what ty of human personality and taught truths:i away Only they know its i modern mortuary over a nice there new Prices (ood Thru Uedf nt ,
other people have done for you; to ignore of such social significance and implicationthat !spell !| soon as we can. We can have J.OIT rices

what the world owes you, and to think what they still resound throughout the earth. Whose hearts are glad, they 1 lots of help then and neither ot 152 Call

you owe the world; to put your rights in the The qualities and values inherent in the individual who rejoice !I I i us will have to work so hard I Street! _

background, and your duties in the middle have ever occupied a higher placein In life and love their fellow-will have a nice new apartment

distance, and your chances to do a little man's consideration as a result of his men. i j i I above the mortuary. Be :so: ta.to 1-:<\ |f petals* Slarke, Florida

more than your duty in the foreground; to teaching that the worth of people transcendsthat To these alone, comes the sweet(I ( keep clean. What a grand and .

real of material things. I voice | j glorious future may bf in see that your fellowmen are just as as: Of :L. u ......... ..
deep content, nor do i for me. God
they willing. I
you are, and try to look behind their facesto Although almost 2,000 years have elapsed I t am makingplans :
guess ] and we talk and talk.. It i i.--
their hearts, hungry for joy; to own that since the birth of Christ we still find our-J! That only they know happi- such' fun.Merry .

probably the only reason for your existenceis selves as firm in our belief that the message, ness. i j I Christmas and a happy "FLAGA Brand7f&4

not what you are going to get out of life, He brought is true as: were those who first Florence Emeline Wright. ''' New Year. LUCKY 1 :, '"

but what, you are going to give to life; to found in it freedom from an earthly bondage i It is almost I|I God bless you all. LOVE LIT. ;

close your book of complaints against the that had kept heavy the hearts of all man- have patches of Christmas snow on We the 14c 27c I INElli

management of the universe, and look around kind. i l ground. The sun is shining bright, Addresses Of Interest

you for a place where you can sow a few Inspired by the life and teachings of the but weather man says more snow''i i E
seeds of happiness are willing to do be J. II. Bitch Jr. 928: W University
you Nazarene, men have continually sought higher ;, may coming. Don has ordered
these things, even for a day? Then you can ways of life and great advances have been turkey for Christmas. We all like., Ave., Gainesville. Fla Smoked Smoked 1
j' Sgt. Doyle E. "' Jim I Huron Jowls
i Crews fiftOG S< 1I t 1\
keep Christmas. made as from time to time his spirit has been turkey. My tree stands in the i Fit. APO 125 o G Squares Tongue 11YEAR'S \
+ living care PM X >\\' 0
captured and the truths he taught applied to room gay with its spark- I York N. Y. 29
Christmas, with its message of peace and solution of the problems of the world. Where ling lights.' The blaze in the paper j! E '- Lb. t76'1c
fireplace leaps and makes sha- : M. Sgt. Rodney P Hal:! XG( !
good will to again brings its lessons toa :
else may we look for incentive to outlaw,. dows. I have had a bad cold but ,,24625139. 102 Co. 1-n Rn.. :2nd .. _.
world in Just it has it I
need. as always ,
war and its countless accompanying evils STR Ft.
: at this writing it is better. II'ven Benning, Ga. "
still causes the thoughts of men to turn to- except in his proclamation of the brother- 1 t
washed '
hair .
this after- Chdellersey.
my change fioin 4
ward those:; values which remain the same in hood of man under a common fatherhood of to Rt. 1, Staike Tallahassee : T J '

a changing world. God? i noon.Ye have a body down stairs. Mrs Roy F. Sutton. IK',2:;: X D ISH I p t .tkh.n3S: : : ;
Never has here been greater need for an A man born in
Thanks to his teachings, faith and hope Holland. lIe owneda ; Broadway, Greensburg l
understanding of the spiritual significanceof are as strong' in the breast of humanity today farm had a new barn, and a'' Clarence Rhoden. 2f>r>3 X Fm-
Christmas than at this very time when as on the morning following the appear fair home. lIe lived alone, as his view Wichita Kan.

the world is trembling in the balance of an ance of the star, when the world awakened' wife left hi.n many years ago and' :|I EC. Williams, chinr' fiom ,

uneasy half-peace. The world is in the mess to find that at long'last there had come one took the little girl. He must have I,'I Lake City to care SAL R\.
it's in because stubborn men try to get along who was capable of saving all who might gone off in the head from thee r''|'Hialeah Fla.
loneliness and the
the best they can without the Christmas look up and believe. Although the courage! sound of the mournful never wind ending He !]' Jas. T. Wainwright Hn74.; Wilson's Vegetable Shortening

remedy. And the best they can is not good of many has often sagged in the struggle l put a 410 hOt gun barrel in his: Melbourne, Fla. Lb Can

enough not half good enough. "We'll still for right and justice, yet the inspiration of mouth and pulled the trigger. lie from Dorothy Clair Kicklitor. IILlngl' B A I K E R I T E 3 69C

manage to get along in this selfish world," all has ever }been stimulated anew in this::;, left a note in his rural mail box Green Cove Spring! t t. ::

they say, "without having to take the pain- season wherein the Saviour's birth is cele to call the sheriff. Then the sher- Pine St., St. Augustine, Fla
ful remedy for selfishness." Or they try brated. iff called us. It was not too far I A. E. Wall, change from S f I ukr -- -

to deal with selfishness in other people and from the '!sight of the tragedy ofi to 1342 Gary St. Apt ti I.1 1., j K- :! 5 4 'nI '"
other nations by imposing restrictions or Thus, to our readers everywhere, we wishto i the war veteran and the tree a sonville 7. .

waging wars like trying to stop an epidemicby express the hope that the year fast drawing few weeks ago. There are an many Mr. Eugene:. PIP\I', ::2t:2! : :aDi : I Chase & Sanborn O'Sage Dessert
to a close has found you stronger in your such things happeningo'er by ;nan; Jacksonville!
shooting other who have
the disease.
men Mrs. .
faith and love that Harold A. John ''"" 1-: ;
for your fellowman and that; town where we have anoth(rmorttlary
But there was once a man who he had 13S.
saw Gainesville.
the blessings that come from a life honestlyand that I have asked the
to deal
withIelfishness beginning with him- sincerely lived have been i in help of the school teachers to find 1 COffEE PEACHES
self. "Father yours cum or
he said, "if it please thee, abundance. Just out the cause of this self destruc- TII\NK-
as men have lived by the
take this cup away from me. But Thy will, tion. Purh sad' things, gruesome Wonts cannot o\;1'I.-> t.l not mine, be done." That man found the star in years gone by, men must if they and terrible for those left. Over I grateful we are to om in.m:
would truly enjoy living be guided by i it; friends and neighbois for !i'u-' e\. Lb. Can
all-effective cure to the disease of selfishnessthat there the land is higher an notmany No 2 1-2 Can
in all the years to come. pressions of sympathy. (t.? lilt 'It tol 79C
is laying waste the world today. And i trees. Only the groves that l1C
Christmas is an eternal reminder of cure Still echoing from the Judean hills, the have been set out. I have noticed flowers and: } other lUll d lit"",.' ,
1 shown 1 idm; in 01 nn'i <-nt bereavement
because Christmas is that man's birthday. angel song of "Peace on Earth, Good Will to, the wind roars up the ravines MiV \\. ,

Born into a humble :Men" sounds and across the hills. I beliE'he Ft kholll H ',', . .. ., .
home forth _
carpenter's in
clarion '
Nazareth Jesus knew a call to men wind causes' the melancholy Godhelp 1 and F.tnnht : '. ..r...... ... .."J< _".__ "_: .;.;;,:;;:.. _...,"!.fj+ ; .
life of the lowly everywhere who would build a better civiliza us. .
toiler. Blessed with little opportunity for tion. This Christmas let there be .
a prayerin Ihave so many nice pa'kages.Two Beware Coughs
travel, he yet had a deep concern for all his Vacuum Packed
our hearts that this message be reheardand 1 from my son, one said put t
brother fellowmen. Brought up in an ob remembered around the world. in the refrigerator soon as pos- From Common Colds Lb Can

sible.' I opened it and it was an ASTOR COfFEE
tcd I assortment of cheeses from a That HANG ON 19C
? Swiss Colony in Wisconsin It i ii w Creomulsion relieves promptly because
i delicious. Another fioni it into the
package goes bronchial sv'iL-m to
Vii i ii i my baby sister, and the pac'kagf"s'for help loosen and c\pcl germ laden Starkist Chunks
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
my men.FLORIDA heal raw, tender, inlamcd bronchial+
j : Have such a ni, e membranes. Guarantied to pie.?itou 'J-2's
book of"C rses from Mrs J T. or money refunded. ( icomulsion h.,, LT. MEAT TUNA 19C
: Quigley of Starke. I was Impingi stood the test of million of users.

i I would get several Chritmascards i CREOMULSION
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fr/L-- from readers of this
my ,
relieves Coughs Chest Colds Acute BronchitisLet
column. Next year I could st-rul i U. S. "Good"STEAKS
you caids. Whoopee'' Plea d.! >

.b 1 4: I would appreciate hearing fn r"t in a 5 j Round, Club Sirloin; Lb

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cut fine, 1 cup celery cut fine, 9 Pound I
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pepper. Mix all together well, For 40c! I Grade "A"
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add a little hot water to make |
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bread moist. Stuff turkey and se
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lip at neck and below breast. Starlit
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I think how I used t t". valk down I
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Garden Club i the fist of the year for an Electronic -

Inspects Yuletide Research firm appriii, TIMELY REMINDER FOR YULE SHOPPERS
I lice !seaman Robert Stefanelli surprised -

I I DecorationsAt his f'JlksInnday by dropping .
I II I in on them for the hclida > w- .
the December meeting of the I j && &?>} It
/' : I from his base in San Di go, Ca.t! (
( / Garden Club Monday evening the I,|: Dot and Bill Powell were "_ ,
.,, members and their guests enjoyeda
So many parties and lances lifted at about the Atlanta over the weekend whet t r # ,
same time that i t r
: holiday tour of the town to in. i .
Gladys Mooty going on this week I i they attended the wedding
and next that her mother, Marjone \Viit. in i I <
: spect insiJe and outside Christ j'
Phone 35 Martha Wood
decorations. you need a social register to keep East Orange, N. J. hal HER purse aH Houston iI
I" ..I.II mas up with them all Ernestine lifted Ann called her mothei I Clare on Saturd<*v
Included in the tour were twc I
I Denmark, Evelynn Newsome and to tell her about it ar.d her mother Congratulations to Jim s' :
American Legion Christmas Dinner PartyIs members of the Woman's Club Paul, Sara Gray deserve credit for mal told her that the same thing Madge/ Chaste on winning ;
Mrs. H. C. Ritch and Mrs.
ing the Beta Sigma Phi dance a just happened to her' outdoor lighting contest and m -'
Outstanding Event Of Holiday Season I Bridges, and judges for the out Ann's'I!
say I heartihasr ed with!
I contest Mrs. RobertL. great success last Saturday nightat purse had about $15: in it and her !:' t' -
:An outstanding event of theholiday" Also recognized at this time :I door. Fairing lighting, president: of Dist. 3 of the Pelican Club the long mother's just had valuable papers decision of the judges Their r #rtrt'
season was the supper were Past Commanders A. J. the Florida Federation of Garden tables around the dance floor were and cards '! was certainly a most effective a>
held in the American Legion Hall Thomas, Sr., L. D. Vining, N. D. I Clubs, Mrs. L. T. Neiland and Mrs. attractively centered with lighted Was sorry to hear that Lffie' rangement Tina Woman Cl ,t
Tuesday night, attended by some Wainwright, Jr., Cyrus Sistrunk,I' James W. Day, all of Gainesville. candles mistletoe, sliver leaves Carter had a bad fall and sprainedher seems to have stimulahu
200 members, their wives and Dr. H. B. McLendon, K. G. Duncan I j After the tour the group enjoyed and holly and other artistic Yuletide right foot which is in a cast, '.quite a bit of Interest, for Stark ia

dates,'district officials and guests. S. A Weldon, L. J. Green, refreshments at the home of Mrs. decorations were placed at the recital at the Legion Hall seems to be more gayly lighted "
For this event the Legion hall W. B. Sewell, Robert Green S. G. M. F. Hazen, who had as assisting throughout the hall the s: ror- last Friday night and Freeman the than ever before i.re's hoping I II .fit '. jh
was attractively decorated in the Denmark, Albert Lee Crosby, Jr., j. hostesses Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum ity cleared about $45 at the dance Register Sr. stepped off a event becomes an annuil .#

holiday motif, with long banquet Mike Gilhooley, Cliff Hazen, Arch'i I Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mrs. A. E. which will go toward more playground board one day last week antI Don't

tables set up the length of the Thomas Jr., and A. Y. Covington. ,;I i, McKinney. equipment Tuesday j I. sprained a ligament.in his leg/ which this, for if know when you'll reid
hall on both sides. The bountiful Most of these were present, and I 1 Members and friends are reminded night the Legionnaires had :a oig is keeping him confined for a you're like me you Ih l' :'ihave .::
the : turkey dinner at the Hall week much time for newpp.r: "
upper of turkey and chicken letters of congratulation to that the Garden Club or more also sorry tc
pilau was served buffet style.A Post were read from those who I i i Engagement calendar can be ob- Monday night the Junior Choir; of I hear little Marjori? Ann Do-vims: persuing/ just Lef'):" Christmas

highlight of the program preceding could not attend. ;i i I tained from Mrs Marian Howe the Methodist church enjoyed a suffered a relapse from the mumps but safe anyway, just t.) be on ,tin -
the : party at JoAnn Smith's home after I the past weekend and is quite sick I'll fish! yell a v," \ )
: the supper was presen- Commander Graham also pre- Hat the Chamber of Commerce of- i'
tation of a 14K gold life member- sented certificates of appreciation!!! fice. Also the Peace Rose bushes caroling earlier in the evening I Jimmy Smith, son of the Merry already Christmas over I'll and make in case ll'- x -

ship card to Charter CommanderA. to the men who sparked the drive i iI I are expected in next week and Tuesday evening the M.Y.F. Foster Shi Smiths was brought Happy New Yeai it .1 i L! :.. _
J.Thomas, Sr. in recognition of that haj brought membership in can be obtained from Mrs. Howe. Methodist group also went Carol home from the Alachna hospital 1 I
record of serviceto I ing the Junior Training Unionof last week and undergoing a --Carnl>a Yvette
his outstanding the local post to a new high of < --- Dugay of Paterson, New Jersey Universal-Intertra
Legion. This award, the with the Baptist Church enjoyed a serious operation on Monday war tional starlet, makes
the 260. Ray Stone led the list Eastern Star a pretty Christmas picture which tells It-
first ever given by the local post, 34 new members to his credit, Caroling Party wiener roast at Shirley Pellet's Virginia Jones, daughter of the own story of "the present with a future" which will adorn many
was made by Post Commander I and others recognized for their Enjoyed By New Monday evening after carolin? and Tyler Jones' who had :a ruptured : Starke Chapter No. 224 Orderof holiday trees. The Treasury Department is offering a free colorful .

W. H. Graham, who presided over work were Arch Thomas, Jr., Al! Choir the Senior Training Union group I appendix-she is in the Alachua Eastern Star, will hold instal- gift jacket which you can obtain at your bank or post office.ALVAREZ' .
the meeting. I Crosby, Alex Yawn, Jerry Gay:,Junior were also caroling Monday evening General hospital lation services for new of finis

A resolution in the form of a I I John Godwin, Seeber Goodman < The newly organized! Junior I the Beginners Dept of j I Among/ the student.coming on Wednesday evening Dec 31,
certificate of appreciation was: Wally Muhlhofer. and Bill Graham. : Choir of the Method! Church I the Baptist church held their I home for Christmas I forgot to at B o'clock. All officers to be -
presented Ben Suslow (Ole Santa Claus party Wednesday i:j mention last \venk that riamK installed will please he present
to Among the out of town officials i boosted Starke's Christmas spirit I i I Men's !
Sarge) in recognition of more by singing Christmas carols' afternoon of last! week! and the | Johns Jr is home from Sl' The installation will b.op,-n to I STORE ClothingEstablished / I
than 30 years' membership in the attending this outstanding/ I several of the city'sstreets Young Peoples Service League of hear that Richard More will be the public and all interested P Mon. Is9l I
Legion and his active assistance Legion party were Northern Area t through the Episcopal church held their i working in Melbourne starting < .! are ,ordialh invited
4th Monday night
Commander Clem Frazier
with all projects promoted in recent Christmas Pageant at the church
District Commander Dwight Sul- I Nineteen children, from nine to
years by the local post. This Sunday evening with Santa Claus I

Thomas resolution, Jr.was, a past presented commander by A. of J. livan Officer, and Dave Assistant Coding.State Service -\j Church eleven Christmas,years Water.songs old Cherry, sang to resident the and familiar Walnut of party wards at. .the They Parish also had House a Christ-after A & P's Huge Variety, Low Prices ohd dependable quality help you have a

Post 56 and now serving as Department After the dinner dancing was : mas dance at the Parish: House
streets stopping at several houses
Membership Chairman. enjoyed until a late hour. Monday evening the T H
for music. After hour
:, and a half of singing: the carolers Slades were hosts Monday evening Wonderful Christmas
Dianne EdwardsIs Mary HendersonHas at their Feast !
stopped at the Hogan Smith's for home on ICingslevLake ;:;
at a turkey dinne and
Party Honoree Birthday Party I games and refreshments. Delicious Christmas for .
party the Starke.
sandwiches, cookies and hot chocolate -
. Mrs. J. M Edwards entertainedat Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Henderson (, were served by Mrs. Smith, Jacksonville and Willi&ton Gas Co.

a lovely party Saturday after- entertained at a birthday party i I Mrs. T. T. Long, and MIs. E. L. staffs and the T.. A Canvas; ,\
noon for her daughter, Dianne, Saturday night at their home on i Matthews. gave a holiday party for a few SERVE ONE OF A&P'S MARVELOUS, MONEY-SAVING

who was celebrating her fifth Lafayette street for their daughter i I Besides the choir leaders, Anne teenagers, friends of their sons.

birthday anniversary.The Mary, who was celebratingher |, Cressler and Jo Ann Smith, those Levy, Jr. and George on Monday \ :' PILGRIM BRANDTURKEY
Christmas motif was car thirteenth anniversary. I'present included Rev. Thomas evening out-of-town guests

ried out in decorating the home.A A red and green color motif was I Mitchell, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, were Sue Duncan of Gainesville,
red and white cloth overlaid carried out in the elaborate Florence Brown and Tom Long. Suzanne Matzat of Jacksonville!
the refreshment table which was Christmas decorations for the oc I and Tom McClane of Winter I

centered with a white birthday casion. The young guests played Park Carolyn Edwards entertained -
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cake embossed in red and green. three games during the eveningand : about 30 /guests Tuesday
The thirty children played prizes were awarded to the I evening/ her home on \\'. Madison -
I Circle 4 of the It'thodistVSCS I Y : HENS TOMS ,
games during/ the afternoon and winners. street at a delightful Christmas
I met with Mrs. G. S. Newcomb
were given favors of red Santa II After refreshments the /guests party also Monday evening ,
boots filled with candy. were given favors of fruit and Thursday evening. Dec. 1R. Mrs there was a big birthday I e ..t F 81 Ibs. up 10 Ibs up

Miss Kate Struth assisted Mrs. candy. L. Whitehead: led the devotion celebration at th.' Eldon Sar.p
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Edwards in caring and serving the and gave the program "The home in Heilbronn Sprinir c: for S3CI

guests. ., !i;f C Recent Story of JE'sus"-a poem. Afteri Keith Berry II. son of Mr. and I
I Mrs. Victor Berry Jr of Dillon. :. dI
Recent BirthMr. i i the program gifts were ex S. C. they had 1 big wiener I 7 --
and Mrs. Eugene Z. Lee of changed. Quick Frozen
roast beautiful fireworks rnd Festive Food

and Mrs. Joe Boyles an- Starke announce the birth of a Delicious refreshments were games and winding up the COME Grade A Ib

nounce the birth of a son, Joe son, Thomas Eugene, on Tuesday, served by the hostess, Mrs. New- parties to date was the CourtHouse 49C

'Albert, on Dec. 19 at St. Vincent's Dec. 16, in Doctors Clinic Hospital comb, and co-hostess, Mrs. Sara party Tuesday noon for I
members of the : at P-Low Prices 3
hospital. S\J\ !i f Hunter. court house staff SEE -
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-I II I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Graves of j I II I I :Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W Darnell Ben Suslow left Wednesday tll \I-:.' ,T 'i, -i., 1'.t: M ,.x I V .'-
Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. S. E and children left Wednesday to spend the Christmas holidays with io: :-. 1 hit 1 I i >t :1.1-TI 1 H'.i.diiij; : ; .'. .1 I ..-.1..,st .'. 01 1 : \

Graves of Tampa are holiday j spend the holidays with Mr- sari ''relatives in New '! 1M.na t ittiic: .'Btdih,, Floridaid ".- l. fo",1, i ..'i ami v .IlI.<' ..tiiviu I :..s I' .
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I will t]] "b. : ;ate off1.e I': )' > are r'qrt'd; : to s.rve a of ... ,..
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. nell's sisters and other relativesin : remain there for several weeks : -before 1'1"1's of the C n wt; ,"ourt onlvor ,: our answer or pleading to ti.plain .- ,, ." I '
the 26 \
day of January.1' i ,
dna5 Cams Jr. and family. Auburndale.] Mr. Darnell isj, 1953; otherwise the allegations 'n th. 1'1.I"1'ff't." : 'I,rs graph
i II i said Complaint W,n tie ll.iS.. hi, ') :". :M\, n H. ',1 e:: I : :, .
superintendent of the Big Dad I Mrs. Rosie Girton of St. Peters !i fessed b> you. taken as cuni Div-, 1'J", ., !' F.q 1 d! I 1 '1'1 -
Dr and Mrs. Lemuel Colson will i i This notice shall nonce : : .
.- manufacturing Co. here. ii I burg, formerly of Theressa, spez.t be publish. .1\ \ 1

spend: Christmas with their son ;j i I last weekend with her son, Cleve- 'I weeks each in the week Bradford for font County conseeut-Teh-: t '. "i ", : "
and daughter-in-law Mr. and :Mrs. Chief and graph. H ,
Mrs. T. S. Hogsed ; l land Neal. at Theressa. While u"
Mrs. Alfiel Mooney and Mrs.I Mrs. M. H. Colley recently returned W. S. Colson in Orange Park. recently stationed in Honolulu here she visited other relative? 1195 Dated this 20 day ,.f hr.rnrt r ,-- ---- ..

Dicey Fordham are spending the ', from a three weeks' visit spent the past two weeks with I and friends. i i OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,

holidays with relatives in Miami. with her daughter, Miss Shirley Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Chief Hogsed's mother Mr-5. W.I I I Py Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, C.ru.t Doitv 1.\1"Clerk: t ,>

I, Colley, in Washington; D. C. have as their Christmas holiday B.: Parks while enroute to Key I Mr. and Mrs. Hou ton McChne: 1226 4t 1 jO

Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. A Griffinare guests Mrs. Miriam W. Jenkinsof West. I I lof Atlanta Ga. and George Fl;nn, I OTI('K

having as holiday guests Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and Atlanta,_Ga., Mr. and :Mrs. C. I I Jr. of Tampa will join the family 1 TICE ALL That CONCERNED Chester II.TAKE Bagley NI III,.

and Mrs. R. E. McDaniel of Philadelphia family leave Friday for Tallahassee H. Dawkins and daughter, Janelle, i' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reyes of St. reunion at the George Flynn home |! tend to register with Clrrk of CII'
five with Mr. of Jacksonville, :Mr. and Mrs. W. Augustine were Sunday guests of suit Court of Bradford County 10.1.-.
Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Boyd to spend days I I over the Christmas holiday. 'da the fictitious name of 'Stark-

Coker of W. Palm Beach. Mr. and Hobbs' mother, Mrs. G. M. Beden- B. Boyd of St. Petersburg and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Itebtst Ito,,,301 Motel," under which he inte-IA- '

Mrs. p. R. Coker of Lakeland, baugh T. W. Oliver, Sr. of St. Simon' I Sr. Miss Sylvia Morse of Knoivule.:: [I| dual carry business on as the his sole operation and mdn of.i 6 -

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crker of Lakeland i Island, Ga. Tenn. and Richard :Morse: of ;',tourist! : court in said County

and Mr. and Mrs. Murrell Mrs T. D. Dyal of Brooker was I :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp are Gainesville are spending tin bolt (Signed) Chester 12.2 II.<; hi liapl.:\'

Coker of Jacksonville the weekend guest of :Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T.. E. Duncan and having as holiday guests, : Ir. and'i days with their parents :Mr.: and -_ x. gI
I Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Sr. family of Gainesville are spending I Mrs. Victor Berry, Jr. and children ]-, Mrs. W R. :Morse: at Cres-cent In (In-uit (Court 10 llra.lford U'IM\U County

Miss Sewell arrived on Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. K. of Dillon, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Court. ','Florltlai In <'haneerj.
Elizabeth Meuser,
I I Plaintiff,
Saturday from Fort Mrs. Roy Mathews and son G. Duncan and family. I Richard Ray and baby avid! Mr. \Valdemar Meuser, Defendant t-

Miss Gayle Sewell flew LaUderdale'1 I Eddie, of Palatka visited Mrs. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes. Jr. and son Mrs. J. M. Nelson of Orlando is :| \utlrr T. _\ppenr t'aer G,. \':;" i t I

day from Baton Rouge, La., and Mathews' daughter, Mrs. W. E. Miss Debbie Phillips of Maxvillewas I of Jacksonville.Mrs. the holiday guest of Mr and :Mrs.: I To: Waldemar Meuser. w h.lesidence ,, I II

Jim Sewell will get home Christmas Dowling on Monday. Monday guest of Mr. and Mrs i T. I Mersereau. Your are and hereby address notified is. I'nktu.w ut -1 I
W. B. that
P. M. Barefoot. Parks is spending >uit for
Eve to spend the holidays

with, their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and !i the holiday with her con-in-law: !; :Mr.: and Mrs. E. P Render of has Dvurre been: filed against
Jimmy of Tallahassee i is j and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dam i you in th.+
W. B. Sewell. The Sewells will daughter, Lillian, will have as Rogers Gainesville! ] will spend Christmas ,[ d"nam..d Court and eau-r and 1
the this week of M. I eron Black Jr. and i in' you are required to serve 1\ of,
guest L. j family Mrs. copy
also have as holiday guests. Mr. holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. John Jacksonville. I with Mrs Rennt 1 your answer or pleading to the com- I

and Mrs J. D. Cottrell and son, ,, W. Griffin of Ochlocknee, Ga. and Gaines. I A. F. Sauls and Mr. Sauls. The plaint T. Frank on the I-indruin.Plaint,f f"Starke s Attornex .. .W
Jim of Leesburg and Miss Maude Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson and I>nners moved last week from and file the original in the office of / 'itLtlJJJ
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs T. H. Osborne of Houst 'I' the Clerk '
I Junius Smith and In.I : NE 3rd St., of the ( Ir. uit Court '
Sewell of Tallapoosa, Ga. children of Monticello. I I Hollywood]] to 203 or before on t
son, Butch, visited Mr. and Mrs. Texas is visiting her mother Mrs |I the 26 day of January'
I I Apt. 1, Gainesville where l-!' >:3.!: otherwise the allegations ,
Bennett A. Wood, during the holidays. I said (' 'fl
George in
Tampa !
over of the Gainesville X
Renner is Manager cunt 1 .
Miss Shirley Colley is flying in Miss Mamie Anderson and Mrs.P. "" by you. i
of Archer will be the weekend. I district! of the Independent This notice shall be published
on Christmas Eve from Washington E. Stone Mr. and Mrs. .
R. F. Young will Co. once each week for four
D. C. to spend the holiday Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. be in Fort i Life & Accident Insurance weeks in the Bradford County consecutive
Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Charbonneauof McCoy over the belie:
weekend with her mother, Mrs. M. Davis. t graph."f T..I"-I
i I St. Petersburg are the house I visiting Mr and Mrs. Julius C Mr and Mrs W. W Wimbcrly I, D".lJ1ht-r", .
M. H. Colley and family.
Martin. 952.OFFICIAL "
guests of Mrs. C. F. Ward. i
i iI of Mulberry are spending Christ SEAL) A. J.
Thoma, r
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and I l'1t'rk of the ( ,
mas at their home on Church I l" 'ircuit Court .
Byron Newcomb and Tom Slade family are visiting relatives i in Mrs. Pate Gassett is spending Mr. and Mrs. Orin \\>li>h of ) Marian L. Crosby D,,mitv c''rk' .' .
I street.
were in Orlando from Sunday to |,ITue'1day Ozark Ala. from Tuesday to Sunday Christmas with her mother Mrs Dade City spent Sunday with their 4t 1oini IsI :: .

visiting friends and rel- : J. D. Payne. daughter Mrs. M. L. Lawson and I last I I I \ : TO U'I'III:
i t Mrs Calvin J. Houpt spent i I h. ('Ire'ule .
atives. family lburt Jrudf..rd ('ullnl,
I weekend with her parents. air i|I J'I..rltln: In t hoover,. 'I I

I John Hagan of Richmond, Va. i is Mrs. Effie Johns and Mr. :md l and Mrs P J. Douberley. in Lake- i 1 I: AI belle ndrew. Itosley Umle .. 1'laintitf y'. lldW. ,'

Mrs. J. F. Houser has returned spending the Christmas holiday I Mrs. Edward Gross of Jacks- Tom McClane of Winter Far land. I ) lIt'f..ndant.l'a1' .
l'a1' .
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to the home of her daughter, Mrs. I with his mother Mrs. J. W. vile spent Sunday in Orlando was the weekend guest ofli' !t. l To 1 ppnr I
I To: :Mabelle '
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M. H. Colley, after several months Hagan. I visiting Mrs. Johns' nephew and and Mrs. L. A. Canova and family. j I I Mr and Mis V1.. Stiickland' j ulrnce!! and addrrs Py.vi.j.i-: uhM 3.4 :sK 1'0"-. 1 / 1'
visit In Flat Rock, Ala. I niece Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Culbreith.] i Jr of Daytona Beach are holiday y .:.jstieet."are Savannah, Ua! I
Ii I hrrcbi' 11":1" :dud' l .
i i Miss Joanne Dinkins, who is i Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons guests of Mrs Strickland's par sl''It for th..t "

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Adkins of ,, working with the Engineering Mrs Sallie Tison, who has bee and family are leaving Sunday for ,I cots. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. .

Bainbridge, Ga. spent Tuesday J) Department at U. of F. is home residing with her brother-in-law Miami to spend a week with Mr I

visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. C. !' from Tuesday to Thursday withher and sister Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Simmons' mother, Mrs Paul 1 I Not uc is. hciehy'OTln given: all credit-'I II '! THE REVOLUTIONARY NEW

Hobbs, and family. i parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Norton in San Luis Obispo, Cal'f.' Wilhelm, and also to attend thr ors and claimants of the Instate of
II is spending three weeks her Orange Bowl game. Mathew P.hoden. deceased are hereby I
i Dinkins. Mrs. C. Dinkins of Jacksonville at and ''
I required to file your claims
Mrs. Charles E. Knight of will also be visiting her home here. The Mortons :ll\*c account duly sworn with the Rotary
Mr and Mrs Fred Harmrr. and j County Judge of Hradford 'ounty.. Mower
Gainesville was the recent guestof son and daughter-in-law :Mr. and came Florida for the holiday 4 i I Florida within Kight months from

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight 1 Mrs. Dinkins on Christmas.Mrs. and are visiting relatives] 'n j son. Wade of Asheville. N. ('' Ithr 1 filing of the first notice ht'r..f.lIat.,1 .
Tampa. I II j ji were Sunday guests of Sen and l I this J6th clay of December, -
while enroute to Fort trkson, 1'.1j'; ).
S. C. to spend the Christmas holiday Eula Whigham is spending i Mrs. Charley Johns. Oxitn W Rhoden. Adm'i r.
her the Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Priest attended 12: 26 4t 1 16 .
with husband, Charles holidays with her sister

Knight who is stationed there. i Mrs. Glisson in Sebring. i! the funeral of Mr. Priest'sI I Mr and Mrs. C. H. Naswoithy \OTIf E: 1(1 U'lTlK
aunt.. Mrs. G. A. Stevens, in j are spending Christmas with Mr. III 4 in-iiil Catrh Krnilinrit Count" i '

Morriston last Sunday. She was and Mrs. J. O Deaver in Bruits- Mwrhla: In fhnurer.
{Joan U I'.iuk: Plaint aft. t." Tummy -
the 87 year old sister of :Mr. j jPriest' wick, Ga. Joe I'.uik' Defendant 11 ae '
I j f.i->' Xi.. !9beHlre
mother Mrs. G. R. Priest !
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THEATRE D'. and Mrs A. A. [{art IJ \VeIeetka, Oklahoma and i t
J T. Quigley received a roes are spending Christmas Day with 9 e ef.T
STARKE : hose addrtsv IS: c'u T. C:. Hurk.J' ,
sage Monday of the death on i j Mrs. Kaitsonis' grandparettn <:, 'Ir. flux .I 1".t. w"rlrrtkalklahnnls.. .
\ .in' .u. In"I i.i.b} .titled that a C
Saturday of his brother. G Mr. and :Mrs. Emanuel Hagiman- suit for Ii' ]
Dedicated To Service
Community I
X. Quigley in Halifax Nova oils in Tarpon Springs. Mrs. Jm-ol.f, "I1"'o1y and control of
"Movie Are Better Than minor child
Ever"S ,
Canada. He is remembered( ., Kartsonis' brother Louis J. TSH- hahei n tili-d<<\ against you in the i;,

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I ,:, by many here as he spent two or i carts, a medical student at he |JOU above! a!'..'1011111'1\t"IeiUlrell| \ Court. t.. "and.rvl'roust a Copy and of1,:, .e .

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS I three years here in the home of I, University of Miami, will return I i lyotir ant t" or pleading the cc.1:1>- h
Mr. Quigley. with the Kartsonises to remain ['liUint' on the Plaintiffs Attorne\I ?
I I William I>. Morgan 507 Clark'' & .1.i
i through New Year's. Huilding, Jacksonl'illr, Florida.! -.
and file the original in the office I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, I ilh Clerk of the Circuit Court on C.fj

# are spending the holidays withMrs. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns or before the 26 d.of Januar)',I
1!'33; otherwise the allegations of, .
t% Thomas' folks in ScottsNjrc; son, Jerome and daughter. Bark i! said Complaint trill I"l .- taken as con ;,
fessed i by I Ii
Ala you.
leyann will spend from Tuesday I
i This notice shall be puMlshed
/ 1 to Friday of next week in Miami I. once each wk for four consecutive ,
r7i j weeks in the Bradford (County Telegraph !
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of l ,

I. G. HARRISand Augusta, Ga. are holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Killian of luted thin 20 day of 1"'I't'mL"r. i
v (11952. WILL BE
of e Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns: and Waynesville, N. C. spent several (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas i I DEMONSTRATED FRIDAY DEC 26

the family.Mr. days last week with Mr. andbl I I Clt-rk of the Circuit Court II I ,
Sy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
T. J. Griffin. 12.26 4t 1 isU'1'll'1 | 1:00
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle are i(

of the r spending Christmas with Mrs. Miss Ruth Alvarez] of Suffolk.1' III Mri-iiit' Court: 10, llrndford APPKIU '!
Count,1I'loriiln :
I Annie Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. O. Va. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl : In ('bnnl'f"r,.. ', At F. J. SHAW'S FIELD North
"I Marie Herndon \1'.1 City Limits StarkeFor
FLORIDA THEATRE k A. Geiger in Green Cove Springs. Sapp during the holidays. Joseph C. Crosbj Crosby, Defendant, Plaintiff, I ,

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Sat. Dec. 27 ONLY Tues. Wed. 1 Friends of Mrs. W. F. Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sheppard FARM HOME[
Dec. 30, 31 i! To: Joseph C. ( ro!-by, whose rl'"i-' & AUTO SUPPLY[
I will be happy to hear} that she is of Jacksonville are Christmasguests dence and address ib: Unknown. j I
\ your are hereby
I much improved. Mrs. Godwin andMrs. of 'Mrs. Kate Sheppard and suit for notified that a;i I This mower is built in sizes to fit all liaised

:1 GENE AUTRY 1ttBOW'\ W. J. Chandler have as holiday i- ,i J Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sheppard. i Divorce minor child, custody and control I: Farmall tractors without necessity of Can and lowered by hydraulic lift
A" adapted to fit all with
their brother-in-law and has tractors
guests been
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..' OuMralf ( .j0N tj I'b | sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomery Mrs. Huldah Morgan of Jackscyville abase.. named. Court .and cease an u l front hydraulic lifts
1r \ .:; ar :'<>';inn'rd to "r"i' a tOO}'.'y of
1 A of Griffin, Ga. and Mrs. Helen Kennedy of :" ""a:ru i "I I I''' |InGtnthr..m. '. Easily attached located underneath
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S\\OUltiR Tallahassee are Christmas ue.-t'j the tractor on rough ground where
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Ai \ J E Denmark is home for the of Sen. end :Mrs. Charter .To}>!:' wheels. are stumps and other obstructions.(

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T Abo "Hoppy Go Luck}'" Cartoon Miss Dorothy Rocs is spendin of Keystone Heights are spendn.p: Q UNIVERSAL WELDING & TANK CO.

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Johnson of Mr. will leave this morning (Friday) OTICC I I This
ness of Lonnie son I notice shall be published : the Clerk of the Circuit Curt. I
1 NOTICE I.S HEiiKi.Y: GIVEN TO onor Complaint :11 be taken) as confess-1 weekIn .
once .a'h week for four the I'radfoid! Co"
Johnson and wish for Japan where he will spend I cnneca t before the
and Mrs. Roy ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEUN mwe..KS in the Bradford by 'au.This graph
him speedy recovery.Mr. I several months before returningto 'I That we, as Executors of the Estate Telegraph. Count otherwise. 12 day r' January, II! .:': notice shall be published Dated this 3 dl"r l'
PINE LEVELby a the allegations of said
;, of Eva L. Vandervoort, have filed Dated this 16 day of December,I once each week for four consecutive '! 19i2:
and Mrs. W. M. Guy Hall the States again. i our Final Report and will on the 1! 195J. Complaint will l-e taken as confessed we.ks an the Bradford County Tele- I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ', '

and family of Cocoa, spent Satur- Air. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick and 3th day of January, 1953 make ap-|IOFl-'ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I This by you notice shall be graph. |I Clerk of the ('11'. i iDy II .
Mrs. II. M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL pluation to the Count Judge of| Clerk of the Circuit Court publishedonce this 3 day of December Ilartan L. Crosby, Deput..
each week
day night with Guy's parents Rev. daughter Venica Ann of Pensa- Bradford County. Florida, for Final,: t.y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk tive weeks: in the for Bradford four consecu- 1952.! I 1Z5 i'
and Mrs. W. E. Hall. James Hall cola were visiting the H. :M. Mc-: I]I Estate.Discharge as Executors of said 12/19 4t 2:9; Telegraph. County (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the) A. J. Thoma"j. i -

E, Hall filled his of Dublin, Ga. was also a guest. Raes Saturday and will spend the i This 17th day of Deoml.er 1953.H. I Ol'ICIPp'an i lf<52 Dated. this in' Day if I>,'ceml.er, By Marian L. Ciosby, Depaty Clerk I I I In Circuit!OTU.'E Comtt.TO llradfard APPnUI t .u..tI ,
Rev W reg- with his mother, Mrs. V W, Vandervoort, 1'0 Circuit ('..urt. Bradford County, (OFFICIAL SEAL 12/5 4t 12;2NOTICI Floiltla la Oiaorerf.
ular appointment at the Pine j Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and i i Archer M \\inderoort1J I I"lorldu In C'hanrf" ". : Clerk of the) A J. Thomas. Mary C Archer Plaintiff. \9
i Sue Myrick at Lake Geneva. 19 4t 2.9 Margaret M Walsh Plaintiff Circuit Court ,. !liam J ..hnIt'h..r ,
Level Baptist Church Sunday sons Arley and James and grand. i I n.i By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk : TO u'pmn D."f 'inlrCai.
G. \V. Harrison and son, Brady Daniel D.'abh., DefendantCase .' In Circuit Court ItrnJford \ ,
I 12 U HI County
morning and evening. One hun I son Danny McRae accompanied i Iin Circuit Court, llrnilford County,I l\'u. 9,361Nonce \ Floriiim In Chancery NetUr To Apprar.
McRae's parents, Mr. and I of Providence were evening dinner Florida; In Chancery. T.. .\p" tar. I II Joseph S Millipan Plaintiff, :j To: AA ilium John Arcli -
Mr. vs
dred-eighty-one were present in I by of the H. M Mc- i GeraldC.. Tate, Plaintiff. n. Ann I To: Daniel D. Walsh whose residence :NOTICI: TO prnn' Mirian K. :Millig.ui, Defendant I. residence and address Is. i-.
| H. M. McRae were visiting guests Sunday |I'-. Tate, Defendant. Case No, 9545 and address i444 West < In Circuit Court .
Sunday school classes. The young ; Mrs. ; I : 4 >th llradlord Count?,!i Case No. $524, green Avenue lirooklyn: \ \
Owen McRae Mr. Raes and attended church at Order Of Publication and Notice 1o 1 :Street New York> 36, New York. [ Florida In Chancery Notice 1'.. .\pt'f'nr. I You are hereby .tlfl.1 I
people's class at 7 p.m was well Mr. and Mrs. Appear; stale of I'lnrida !I' You are hereby notified that a I Leatrice Joy Itobe}', Plaintiff, vs To Mirian R. Milligan whose I( suit for Divorce 'has btu'
attended with Miss Louise John- and Mrs. A. F. Hall and Mr. and Pine Level. We were glad to I To: Ann C. Tate, whose residenceand suit for I,! Charles Kenneth Hobey, Defendant.j, idence and adress is: 109 Atlantic res against you in the abc a J...
in Jackson- have Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Kelly, I address is: 600 W. 133rd Street, Divorce and ratification of: Case No. 942 'I II Avenue, Apartment 21, Atlantic City,, 'o"rt and .1.-t .1' ', ion .1 .
son and Tony Gonzales leader. Mrs.. Robert Myrick New York N. Y. i iI I separation agreement I I Notice, Ipprnr. New Jersey. i quired to sei\ .i \1'.f \ ,
afternoon. Owen Mrs. David Kelly and daughter I You are required to has been filed against In the To: Charles Kenneth ,
We to report the ill ville, Sunday appear on ; you I I 1 Robey, whose You are hereby notified that sorer or plead n t ,
are sorry I! Mamie all of Tampa and others. I January 19! 195J, in the above':above named Court and cause and residence and adress is: I'nknown suit for a on the Plaintiff A".....ir\
II I named Court and cause, wherein'you are required! to serve a copy of I I You are herehy notified that a lM\on T. Frank 1-andrum
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and plaintiff seeks divortc BradfordCounty your answer or pleading to the 1 I suit for' has been filed against you In the Florida and file the orig:nil;
I daughter Kathy of Jacksonville I' Telegraph shall publish this'complaint on the Plaintiff's I I Divorce, rare and custody of above named Court and cause and office of the Clerk of the i
Order in next four weekly I Attorney, T. Frank Landrum child, i ,
issues. 1 minor en you are required to serve a of Court on or before the IS: .1
were visitors here Saturday.The I Witness my hand and official I i ftarke Florida. I has been filed against: you In the > ur answer or pleading to copy the January, 1903. otherwise t'
H. M. McRaes have spent peal at t Starke }Florida this December -and! file the original (In the office above named Court and cause and complaint on the Plaintiffs I legations of said Complaint "
17, 1952.OFFICIAL of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on you are required to serve a copy of Attorney, T. Frank Landrum taken as confessed by you
almost two weeks in Jacksonville ( SEAL) A, J. Thomas or before the I your answer or pleading to the Starke. Florida This notice shall he 1'1'' '
with their children and Mr. and As Clerk of said Court 12 day of January 1953; complaint on the Plaintiffs and file the original in the office once each week for ftir i n-
FULLY EQUIPPEDthe By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk otherwise; the allegations of said Att irne7ioh: H. D''Ugla. 105Lxn ( of the Clerk if the On.mt Court weeks in the Bradford Coi.n :
Mrs. \V R. Wood. We were sorry Charles H. )less, 204 Guaranty Life(I Complaint will be taken as ,.}h P'liUl nK: .1.\I ks.n\iii., ..,n {i" IK'fore tht. graph
O. J. Raulersonin Building, Jacksonville, Fla. fessed by you. cur.-I Florida :, day i f J.tI.I1.lry. 1'i"'hr ,: Hatt.1 ".ll s 10 d.i\ ..f I ,
most modern and efficient equip- to find Mrs. Attys. for I'lf. 12/19 4t 2/9 This notice shall he publishedonce and file tit'n. I : -h.. r'fi" ,, f Wi'e tin .llle,..lll 1":1' of .'I'') 1952.
available the bed suffering from a car wreck. each week for ftvir consecutive the .'I..rh ."f t t1. 1' : ."i: 1 : ','!e.rt I x.ll I.I t.tkn is 1.- ,?'!' 'It.f \.T. .;;:I' \1.\ .4 1
ment to '
professionals :NOTICE 1'0PPCU weeks in the Bradford Cuunt\ x h. f.r. Mir- '--1\c! I 1.'I < 'P.> '
used by this funeral home in main She is the wife of Rev. O. J. In Circuit Court, llrndford (Count, Telegraph. -, Ii.'I.' 1 1"'i" s n ha" 'Ie published 1'} \ V.,' ..d !i. -' \ 1 I'. \
Raulerson. Florida In (Chancery. Dated this 10 flay of 1I.I.!!! ..t .Ix', 'g... n] \I : : .r ? .j i
taining its well known standard of Minnie Marie Johnson! : Plaintiff, vsMaidcMlle 1952.
Service. Roman Alvarez of Vanderbilt Howard Johnson! Defen- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Tli..ma-. .

Section and Gerald Crosby of I dant.. To Appear Cae:0.. 954SNotice I Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, I"'p1l'1'1.:1.Cm i 'nit i'vnrtBy i 1 :!i.1 .0; _-_-'_ _-- _: ._' = _: : : =,_:_ :_-_- _ ;;- _,. -1(,; -::':: ..,,:_-_ _::i1. _-,.
Sunnybrook were dinner guests of I To: Mande\ille Howard Johnson I 1.:: 1-1NOTIC I !I' I' .

Lyn McRae Sunday.Mr. whose residence and address is: Un- : -

DeWITT C. JONESPhone and Mrs. Arthur McRae I j 1 know You n.are hereby notified that a I IN Circuit Court'ij 10, llrndford\prr.ui('aunty. 1. WE WilL BE OPEN FRIDAY

7 Starke, Fla. :j I and son Buddy and parents the quit forDivoree and restoration 'I of maiden I John Floriilii William In l'hnnceer.NettlePI:i'i'i .

I:, H. M McRaes were dinner guests ;| name Hazel 1 M..ttlo.s., D f.rll.lIl.

I II of Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae on I bas been filed against you in the I Caseallee :.N.,
tunrsssflflflfl I !auove named Court and cause and '\ To \..,..'ar.
Thursday of last week in Jacksonville : To hazelf. Nettl-. nh AND
Ambulance ServiceOur ou are required to verve a copy of I : AND SAT. DEC. 26 27
Funeral Director .
dence %
our answer or pleading to the com- and address \b ]1- : ,
laint on the Plaintiffs Attorney terey Street, Mobile, Ahtb.i' i
local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and Joseph K, Skipper, 221 Graham You are hereby not II "oj ; >: a

services not otherwise available.We 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKeystone ham Building, Jacksonville, Florida. suit for
'" and file the original In the officeof Divorce
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on, has been filed against! \.n' >hi
.,. -- before the above named Court and l < .1'I"i uul
Heights I you are required to serve .t > .|A of.
19 of ,
day January 1953::;
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and otherwise the allegations of said your answer! or pleading t. 'm 1. WE THANK YOU
1 complaint on the rlan.tfls!
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANY by :Mrs. Sara :McDonald ,Complaint essed by you.will be taken as con-i i Attorney" T. Frank Lafil,1I1I:, .

company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. This notice shall be published: Starke, Florida .. .
and file the original in the ft if
Consultation carries no obligation. I AAAAAAAAAAA once each week for four consecutlvel; the Clerk of the Circuit t''''u'' .in
Circle of the :weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph or before the
11'1 -' Nightingale FOR ACCEPTING US
I 12 day of January. P1:1! (
Community Church met on Thurs- Dated thi 17 day of December, otherwise the allegations! said
. II 1952. I i Jomplaint will be taken as i ,..nr.."s-j,
I II day, Dec. 18, at the home of Mrs.G. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,ed by you

R. Starnes with Mrs C. J.I. Clerk of the Circuit Court. This notice shall be published j
II I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I once each week for four cause< >'utivelweeVs
Bastedo as co-hostess. Christmas 12/19 4t 2/9, in the Bradford (ouiity Tl'le'i

I gifts were exchanged and the circle -I NOTICE-:T; API-Kin I Ii graph.Dated this 10 day of I I.<.. ...Miiber.i'
Holl and Mrs. '
presented Dr. I In Circuit Court Bradford Count), i 1952 3. WE PROMISE TO GIVE YOU
I i
Holl with a love bird. The after- Florida; In Chnncer (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomas,i
Marian Talbot, Plailtlff's..I Clerk of the ("mint Court
noon Circle met on Monday, Dec. Everett Talbot, Defendant. Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
22, at the home of Mrs. F. M. Case No. 9551 I I I 12 12 4t I 2

Walrath Sr. with Mrs. Ray Law Notice To: Everett To Appear.Talbot, whose resl-j I NOTICE 1O .\rpJ. Ut EVEN BIGGER BARGAINS NEXT YEAR
1 rence and Mrs. Eula Walker as dence Is: Granby Connecticut, and! In Circuit Court, nradford County,
II I whose address is: Pox S6, Granbyi i Florida In Chnncerr. I
hostesses. The circle presentedDr. Conn. I Josef Boldizsar, also known" as
Holl and Mrs. Holl with a set I You are hereby notified that a I Joseph Waldinger, Plaintiff \5.//
suit for Mary Boldiz! for their home. I! ..
of door Divorcehas CaV ''
j jI! mid-week serv- been filed against you In the I 1 N'otlce To .\.p..f'nr. .1.1 I
ji I There will be a above named Court and cause and I. To: Mary P.oldizsar. "wh.ih i ',' -I
i ice in the Church on Christmaseve you are required to serve a copy of dence and address is. 1'nkn( "inn 4. WE WISH YOU A VERY

I beginning at 11:15: p.m. your complaint answer on or pleading the Plai to'Itlf.f's the I I!suit You for are hereby notified t ih.i' a'

Everyone is welcome. Attorney T. Frank Landrum I'' Divorce
I I Starke. Florida. I has been filed against: \ .11 n Iheat..f'
The Woman's Club will hold and file the original in the office of I named Court a'nl .l' ,,' and
i open house on New Year's night, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I I, you are required to sen ,. .i pv 0)>f MERRY XMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I or before the I your answer or pleading! !to. the
Jan. 1. This is the annual birth 19 day of January. 1953; 'nmamt, : on the Pu!:i n'iff s
day party of the club which was otherwise the allegations of said Attorney T Tra',ik L.tndturotJrke
Complaint will le taken as confessed Florida
MAY IT BRING MUCH organized on Jan. 1 more than by :you. a".1 filt the original In th. qt' if
I There will This notice shall bji publishedonce
years ago.
i each week for four conseium 'YTTYYTTT'YTT'Y'Y'Y'YTTTT'Y'YT'Y'YShort
HAPPINESS TO YOU be a short program. Membersare weeks in the Bradford County THc

urged to come and bring their i graph.Dated this 17 day of IIt"p.h.r! ,
AND YOURS '. friends. 1952. I BI I
The Lions Club held their an- I Clerk of the Circuit dmr1 .
nual dinner and dance on Saturday -i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ,'I. -'
12: 1 IS 41 .
Dec. 20 at the Blue Pine Inn. I I

The The Woman's Club is sponsoring I Nonci: or 1\'I I':''1"111' 10ICI.I.IMI.II 117 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

a picture at the Drive-In Theater : : FIriIItutttlE rJ <. -. .-. _._ .... .-.. '. '.
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New Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant I on Christmas night, Dec. 25. There ; undersigned Notice! is ,hereby under given the provision-that I "t'i! ,.. __ __ _' '.:: ."_ _ __'- 4- ._ -iIo-3__ -::: "" ..."4h5:,

will be two shows and the picture -:j of Chapter 20,1'il( : Laws of Find'l ow _---J .. -
Carol. Ads of 1941, will reKiMt with th aSII: : .' _. -1'--_ __ _..:
is Dickens' Clerk of the Cin, 'uit (%..UI I In and! ,
Also two short pictures. I for LTadford County Stat of Finn,
da, upon receipt of proof of Icil.li..ttta. \ I GROCERIES!
The young people are gathering ( of this notice, the futiti'ii- Changed?
I I II in for the Christmas holidays.Seen I name of IJel-Air Motel und who li ,
we are engaged in business at Law-1!,
I about town this week were tey, Fla. Earl COOK'S MEATS
IF YOUR HOME burns down,
BEST Anne and Frank Walrath, Linda Cecil and Frances "'lJlt"pad'l
the '
Only Lawtey, Fla will you be caught without
Walker. Anne Vance Donna Pang- Dated this 12th day of DPremberI I

born. Marilyn Rusher: and BarbaraChrLstoffers. A.D.County 1952, Florida.at Lawtey, ITadford I money to rebuild? will FEED i

12.12:? 4t 12SOTIt'E :? your savings take a beating

is good Walter Allport is reported bet I' from today's high replace Phone 339-J 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North I

1"1 ter and will be home for Christ- In Circuit Court TO, Bradford IPPF.tll('IIUllt,., :', ment costs? or will you Quantity Rights Ileser\ed Prices in this ad effective thru Sat., Dec. 27 I

Florida In C'hanorrj. |have insurance to cover the fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTffTTTTT
enoughfor mas.D. Alfrtdo I'izzi Plaintiff is Maria'''; TVTTVVVTVTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT"
C. Stewart is improving andis Pizza, Defendant. Case! No. 9547 disaster? COUNTRY SUOKEDBACON: BEST GRADE BRANDED WIIITE
able to be out in the sunshine.Mr. Vitlcf To Apprnr. |
To: Maria I'izzi, whose residence Fire Insurance is
ourcustomers.1 and Mrs L. T. Brown wentto and address is: 116 Pine Street Pat Adequate Ib Ib
terson N. J, I best bet! Call on
I Miami and the Keys for Christ- You are hereby notified that a I your 39C BACON 33C
I !
I : suit for ,
Di\orce care and custody of'
mas.Mr.. and Mrs. Herb Williams are minor child I I
has been filed against you In the ,
i i in their new home on Lakeside above named Court and cause and I H. C. WALL
I ;
winter you are required to serve a copy of
That's uhy we offer Drive and will spend the your answer or pleadings to the i
>fr I.i here. complaint on the Plaintiff's AGENCYPhone MEATY: RIB .AND BRISKET lye box 4 flC
a you MOBILOIL and Attornev William D Morgan, TREND
Mr and Mrs. S. E. McKay will 507 Clark Building, Jacksonville,
'. /, Esso EXTRA MOTOR spend Christmas in Miami. Florida, 116 Ib
t and file the original in the office of
OIL two modern STEW 33C
) the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
200 E. Call Street
oils that C OF C THANKS before the
heavy-duty i
19 day of January, 1953;
Q Starke
otherwise the allegations of said PURE
1t hold their body under I I The Chamber of Commerce Complaint will be taken as confessed I

all operating conditions wishes to express its appreciation I by you. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMERRY

'L -and likewise '!Ito the produce dealers contributed of Starke II I- FLA. MEATY LARD 31b jar 39C

I who so generously
wash your motor as
\ i fruit which was passed out at the I

you drive. j first community Christmas tree I BACK BONE 49C I

I held on the Courthouse lawn lastI 'S.

s Heavy I i Friday.Mrs. L. O Hazen collected 14 I CARl: MAS'S. ,

t.- Duty j bushels of apples and oranges for I
1 1 Old Santa Claus to pass out to I II 1 \ HICKORY COUNTRY

I "-
aR 200 boys and girls. I "-

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The High School Glee Club sang | A.W.V "'''"'.'''
High ,
Christmas Carols during the evening "
,. Detergent1 1 j Ib
I .
Merry Christmas and Happy ".'" ,. ONIONS 9C

EXTM \i New Year. ,-",".."" J.$..., '

South's Starke Chamber of ME tTlNECK

Commerce bf. ,I "

Largest I I IbilC JIM 1 IMNDY

Selling \ BONES
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FRIGIDAIREMade .v 0 0 ,

SERVICE! i Motors Corp. All other PIG LIVER 33c
Electric Refrigerators are rolls for

made by other companies 3 2Sc

and cannot use the word

L. B. (RED) ALVAREZ Frigidaire. ..,',-- FRESH FROZEN RED I


and Temple Ave. Ii I I

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60 Temple & Call Sts. Starke, Fla. r 'I Phone -Starke, Fla. '. .'c,_ __ ._ ____ _ __ __ ____ ___ _- __ :___ -: ::

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1 Watch Night \t The TabernacleAn their home here. I i YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYY* program consisted of poems from I with the Christmas spirit A

.. OUII The young people of the Baptist the primary and junior departments ': program with all the room:> takl"
Service PlannedBy '
illustrated story of "The Church went Carol Singing HEILBRONN "The King Who Abolished part was given After th.' pi .

e MethodistsThe I Angel's Song" was part of the I I Wednesday night after Prayer Christmas' by the intermediates. gram gifts were exchange i .'

youth meeting at the Tabernacle meeting. by Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and a pageant by the adults. each room.

Methodists of Starke 'will Saturday night. Afterthe
I program Santa and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman
in the The CARD OF THANK some helpers of'
come together sanctuary traditional and loved gave away bags of
Hampton were Sunday
the First Methodist Church for Christmas songs were sung Sun- I We wish to extend our sincere Grady and Glenda Varnes are fruits candy and nuts. guests
I of his parents, Mr. and Mr
Students Will Participate In Special I the traditional Watch Night Serv- day morning and the Sponsor j appreciation to our many 'riends spending the Christmas holidaysin Mr and :Mrs. Jimir.ie Gaskins of

ice on New Year's Eve as part of I brought a Message applicable to for the acts of kindness and sympathy Orlando. Tampa spent\} a few days visiting Leroy Norman.
At Methodist ChurchStudent ,the world the season. Sunday night, Fhil- I M
Recognition Day wide Methodist '
I upon the occasion of the Had quite a big crowd for our friends and relatives in this com
Evan-I Adding Machines ani 1'ortabia
lip Howard and editorof
\ ,
gelists emphasis on 1953 president '
loss of most beloved mother. annual
l I' our Christmas play Sunday munity. sold
the church and typewriters on tlme.8rad.ord
servicemen of
Recognition Day will be Year of the Sunday School Times, of
'' i I Evangelism. I i i i -The Thomas Family night at Heilbronn church. The Our school closed ast Friday : County Telegraph.NEW .
observed In the First Methodist their parents with a supper on ; Philadelphia, Pa.-now a visitorat -
Church of Starke on Sunday, Dec.!!''Sunday evening, at 6 o'clock in I has The been Watch Night service, which i the Park-of-the-Palms-was the I
Hall. I adopted not only by! i
28, in connection with the national the Methodist Fellowship :Methodists but bv other Speaker and brought a deeply
observance by churches of all de I Mrs. Robert Green, Secretary of many I spiritual message, stressing the
evangelical churches as well,
nominations. Student speakers : Student work, is in charg" of was I importance of daily Bible readingas 1
I first kept in 1740 at the sugges,I err
will participate in the Sunday the supper a necessity to true Christian ,
tion of a Kingswood coal miner in ;
morning church service at 11 The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell living. .
i England. The service is a time
o'clock. The principal speakerwill will preach at the Sunday evening 'when Christians rededicate their I The annual observance of the .' ....'

be Peter Nimkof, a studentat service at 7:30 on the subject, lives and services to Jesus Christ. I Saviour's Birth was held Wednesday e I 'i. CIIistmtll

Florida State University in I at 7:30 o'clock at
"Where Did Christmas Go? ] Watch Night will mark this year evening :
Tallahassee, who is also the sports I the Tabernacle.
the beginning also of The Youth "

editor of the Tallahassee Demo St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Emphasis: in churches across iTj :
crat. Mr Nimkoff made a tour rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl j44
America. The Methodist Youth
of Europe last year in a special Raymond E. MaoBlain
Fellowship born Newi 7r
was on
study of the family and religiouslife HAMPTON
Schedule of Services Year's Eve. 1941 when more than PEACE
of the European: countries. eN
1200 youth pledged their groups EARTH 1
Other speakers will be Miss Flor I
ence Brown, a student at Florida 9:45: a.m., Church School. 11 1 i to that kind of dedication in the : hj Mrs. \Vm.V.. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I t1 + .

Prayer & Sermon; auditorium of the University of r tCj
State University, Miss Pat Sieg. a.m. I
6:30 Young People's Service -. Illinois at Urbana. On this New : I
a student at the University of : p.m. 1 .t MFY ,
Elmer Gay of Orlando, attended F
Year's Eve the 12th anniversary I
Florida and Claude Johns, Jr., a League.
HOLY COMMUNION1st. j of the :MYF will be commemorat'ed. services at the Baptist Church
student in the graduate school of I i
3rd. Sun- Sunday and was a dinner guestof
Sunday 11 a.m. I
Florida State .
University.The the J. W. Home*, then left for
day 7:30 j :
Woman's Society of Chris a.m.FRIDAY I Fellowship i i Jacksonville. +.

tian Service will honor the college 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. : banquet beginning at 8 p.m. on'I Miss Martha II irr.e spent tile t r C

students, high school seniors and 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. 1 New Year's Eve. A special musi-I I ,"pE'kt'ndlh ner slster. JI'

cal program has been planned. 1 i.I I Robert BarkscUle! and faniil: ;" .wr .Ith V I t _

At 10:30: all of the church members : Mrs. Vernon' Slade andn. '

are invited to meet in the Donald: shopped i ii: Ja ks..m ''I'it 7 IaT 1 r { L
0 1 q
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Fellowship Hall for the cutting ofa Friday and visited her m.t'! >>r.

huge MYF birthday cake and Mrs Fannie Mends

refreshments to be served by the ;j Mr. and Mrs. JY.. .T.'.('kEon( 'm 4

-" WSt S. At 11 o'clock the Watch Starke and Mr. and MrH "! t ..
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REV. LEWIS I). HAINES Pastor Night service will begin in the Finch of Gainesville visited t''''ITI
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Sanctuary with special music parents, Mr. and Mrs W :N .... -- .->
furnished by tl-e youth choir. As
Phones Office 231 Pastorium 130
Jackson over the weekend. it
the year 1952; draws to a close ". -, -
r-f-ff jj"j f m j j j jr-f* f rmrf*"ff-rffff rff r-rf.r f j.m- Mrs. J. D. McCuiloch and -.1\ -

Sunday Sermons: 11:00: A.M.: 7:30 P.I. Rev. T. G. Mitchell will lead in :.! Luke spent' Saturday night \ n s -,
tj- -
of The lord's :
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. administering Sup- the Wylie Williamsons and .1' 3 --
t per. The Methodist Church extends -
Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M. companied them Suun'iay! to -
a cordial welcome to members -I
--- ,, Oak where they visited Mrs \\ 'I!
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1 and friends to join in making .
liamson's sister, Mr". W. F. Tu- '1' rand w 3NAP '"
!; this New Year's Eve a time for
husband also Mr. Wiilian'sister
prayer and meditation. In the
Mrs. D. D. Johns*':.i il
FOR FREE TRANSPORTATIONPhone words of the Council of Bishop
of The Methodist Church "Let
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Mr and Mrs Edward Brio' h
us dedicate ourselves to the fulfill- I| .

'S- --. :: = _: = -;.,,,:-",, ment of this fellowship as the ton of Graham were Sunday pui! s

instrument which God has put into I of Mr. and Mrs. Dave.Swindelli

our hands for the advancementof i ?frs. John Parker returned i .CI ikV'S

His Kingdom on earth Let her work at the Farm Cu!"".v .n
us gather together 2th New I Monday afternoon after being I'< i 1" ..

Year comes in and, at a special I fined to her homo with illnef-

"*""r< '- "- j L"t: us do the job for you comI I]I Watchight servu-e make our! Mr. and Mrs Wallace Collinswere =-.... =""' "' "I,. .:"..r.r::: '<<::YC.i; C.:;a.r' ,_-. r"""' = "' ;;:"'--Ej: .., or ___ ___

R.B.AtvAREZESOtt. ; PIele- We operate local and long individual and group commitmentsto i, shopping in Jackson'' ilk\

'trnMOVI distance anywhere in U. S. the church, to our Lord and Saturday.

$ G. i Saviour Jesus ChI ist and to Almighty \ YEAR'SEVE FIRST BAPTIST
IOCK i 10.1 & (rL Mary Catherine \Va h:-art ii Ilf!

;: r' Phone 311 1 or 25Q-J ,i God." ': Gainesville is vis'ting' her grandmother ,

Mrs. Wallace Collins and

,. Excellent Storage Facilities Youth Choir SingsAt I j husband. WATCH- CHURCH,

r Vet HospitalIn | Mr. and Mrs. F. B Hall and

R. B. ALVAREZ Lake City I children the home of of Gainesville their sister;visited, Mrs at I NIGHT SERVICE HAMPTONEVERYONE,

I Vernon Slade and family on Sunday .
The Youth Choir of the First I
Agents for Delcher Bros.Pcrr'man ,
Church of Starke gave I.
I Mrs. K. B. Watte on was shopping -
Uldg. S. Court St. a Christmas musical program for

i the patients at the Veterans Hospital I i in Gainesville Friday. WED. DEC. .
J. S. Meads and Mr. and Mrs 31,0 ,
at Lake City Sunday afternoon I ,
Pace of Jacksonville! visited Mr. WELCOME !
1 Dec 21, at the special invi- w .
Mead's niece, Mrs. Vernon Sladf 'M'
[ tation of Chaplain Earle Lewis, ':.' ':i .

\\\oU\ eWiYes' Veteran's Hospital Chaplain. The : and Mrs.family Donald Saturday 11:11 afternoon.entertaine II 9:15: PI ./.....'.... -:_+.: Nursery Open

aos choir was directed by Mrs. I ::$T ,.
ii .. '@':
A i Thursday afternoon Dec. in .
Thomas G. Mitchell with Mrs. I :: ;
...,.. honor of her daughter Wendy'sthird 'i:"
G.. Lloyd J. Green i
.. as accompanist.
o ce t "". :
t \ '\ I birthday. Refreshments of
,YooD \ j Adult guests going to Lake City I : .;
e 1 I' cake and coke were served to 12 :
I I'I with the choir included Rev. .
of Wend v'S friends.Mr. ::
J 1 J. U I/, Thomas G, Mitchell. Mrs Nelson'I' t
'. f) and Mrs. Emory Brown rue: .y
\ ,Oh'.I!'" Green, Mrs. Mildred Sapp, and sra
spending sometime' with Mrs
Judge E. K. Perryman.The I
Brown's mother, Mrs. Ida Par-

THE 1952 Youth Choir also sang at rish at Ear leton. ,
the Methodist Men's
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannoi
supper on Monday evening, Dec.
A and family spent Sunday aft r-
1;), in
a special Christmas pro-
noon with his parents Mr and i

gram. Mrs J. J. Brannen.Mr. I :'PM R 1 1e

Billy Weldon. president of the and Mrs. H. B. Wlg:I'l"

I Youth Choirhas announced that ; son Joe daughter Mrs. Ge tr.-r

GAS RANGE the Youth Choir will sing at the Williams and son Howell were In o

New Year's Eve Watch night Jacksonville Sunday. .

.. ....
----r., service to be held in the First Miss Gladys Bundy entertain.

Methodist Church at 11 o'clock on I II her Sunday School Class of tiv (
l Q r' I Church of Christ. Starke. at a
New Year's Eve. : .
Christmas: party at her home :fin;: :
day afternoon. Six were presentMr. .
St. Edward's Church _
I and Mrs Elmer Lewis find
QQ ;:7'p I daughter\ Wanda of Starke, Mr
Sunday Mass at 0'15 a. m. I 1, r r ,
c I'I' I and Mrs. U. D. Dyal and son
Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m. I !

;! Children's Keystone Class Heights Wed. 3:00: p.m. Jimmy Saturday were shopping in Gainesville Tony Gonzales HIIIIIt\ m{ [1\\ Bob Gray

Mrs. J. D"Adkins, Mrs E. M
(Women's Club)
i Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th Sun Prevatt and son were in Daytona Pianist Evangelist, of Jacksonville Song Leader

11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m. Saturday. :Mrs. Calvin Richard

Confessions all returned with them for the week- Hear This in the '
Masses. Dynamic Speaker Closing Hour of 52This is the

7:30: p.m.Church. end.Mr.
and Mrs. Saxon and
I place to he for the of '53i
.. of God I Holland Payne called on Harmon beginning
, Sibley on Hall Lake Sunday.

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Mr. and Mrs. B. Y Saxon left !i

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Monday morning for Pompano

.M Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service where they will spend Christmas i SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE PROGRAM

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet I with their non and daughter.

ing 7:30: p.m. Thursday. Mr. and :Mrs. J B. Rigdon of
Law ley I Lakeland. Ga. are visiting their I HiAMv llHUL''U HIS: GOSPEL: 1ROMHONE nil! play special arrangements of
eodall I
V S ecu Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning brother, Colsie Rigdon and wife. h"mns"ou'lJ not want to miss,;.

I Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo Mr. and Mrs Leland Beden- I

Special High Trade ; ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m. baugh and Miss Ruby Bedenbaugh '10M iO.NZALEb will be at the piano for two great Singpi ra lion periods and will also

i In Allowance 189,50 I[ visited Mrs Bedenbaugh's brother. I render special numbers.

n : Church of ChristCorner I Ray Newsom at the Veterans

During Holidays 10th and McMahon Hospital in Lake City on Sunday. HAMPTON GOSl'ELAIKES, four men with a melody for Christ that you will thoroughlyenjoy.

I' Miss Anne Brown of Starke i is I .
Bible School-10 A. M. her Christmas vacation
Two top burners Preaching A. M. and 7:30 with her father Loren BrownMr I THE McRAE QUARTET of Pine Level Baptist Church will be present to gladden
anti the burner tray combined Into one smooth piece- P.M. your .
and Mrs Charles Gaskin I
fast lighting, even heating, adjuitabU to all speeds from I Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud) and children of Palatkt spent the: hearts in song.

low simmer to fast, hot flame-and easily removable for ,:1 each Everyone Wednesday welcome.7:30 P. M. weekend with her mother Mrs I EMORY DROWN, talented tenor soloist, will be singing such favorites as "No One Ever

at-the-t'mk cleaning.FAMOUS Ena Nazworth who with her
Cared For Me Like Jesus"' and "Lo\e of God"
I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I daughter Bonnie accompanielthem I
Only MogicChelgivuyou l It' OF LATTER DAY SAINTS home. I THE GONZALES; TRIO, Tony May, and Norma will]) be at their best to present Christ in

the Red Wheel Oven Heat Regulator that' assures perfect Services each Sunday in old Masonic I I Mrs Mamie Meade left Monday I song.

baking: and roasting results. Hall on E. Call St. Sunday j I morning for Brunswick. Ga. where ---- 7-

she will spend the Holidays.W. DUETS AND SOLOS will be arranged by of the
x SWING OUT BROILER i i School 10 a.m.. Sacrament Service i groups attending. Bring your
Simple to use. Smoke C. Kammerer and niece
6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome friends and come sing!
I leu. lifts out for easy cleaning.CENTRAL I Miss Edna Earre of Philadelphia. i

: PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Pa. arrived this week to spendthe BEAUTIFUL CROSS CAKE will be served with Crfffee during the mid-night fellowship!

CHURCH holidays with Mrs. May
FLORIDAGas i i Sunday School 10 a.m. Sweeney, Mr and Mrs Claude

Morning Service 11 a.m. May and :Mrs. Marian Gnann. hour."REJOICE

& Appliance CompanySTARKE Evening Service 7:30 p.m. :Miss Norma Sweeney of Bryan IH THE LORD AND BE GLAD"PAGE

1 Prayer Meetings Wednesday University.' Dayton Tenn and Miss

FLA. night 7:45: p.m. Saturday miglr Joan Sweenv of Gainesville are

'::45 p.m. spending the Christmas holidays at .- --
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.TTTTTTTTTTTTT.TT.TTTTYYTTTTYTTTTTT.TTTYTYT.TTYYY.n E.-7A National Guard Two Auto Accidents !. 1953 Auto Tags

FARMER'SDIARY 4t 1 -11 t It Will Not Drill Occur Last WeekFelix On Sale Soon

;1 t_ -i'J 1 Ii. Belh. Jr. of Blackwood 1953: auto licences go ir

/ 'I I I Until January 5 N1 J. escaped injury last! week Jan. 0 and the deadline :f.

By Sam McGarvey 11 1 when something went wrong with chasing tags is Feb. .'<'

It .- .,. -_ .,- Th I' 1.'a1ational Guard unit the steering mechanism of the and out of State car i.<

The author will be glad to re- ,i, not hold its weekly drill on tcred in the State ma\

F'. wlve Items of Interest concerning fr 4 semi-trailer he was driving. caus- their tags Jan. 2.Floridian's .
Mind: Dec. 29. The next sched-
*1 : the activities of farmers In Jo ; ing it to crash into a bridge on ,

Bradford County. Suggestions ,tit iMII! will be held on Jan. 5,
maybe Highway 301 about thn-e miles Earn

left at the Telegraph office! or 19.X; There will be no drill dur- ,
north of Starke. The wheels of
tt mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, r Af ui}. .u :holidays between Dec. 23'' the trailer Floridians earned an .\\ .
T; were knocked out from
<>" under it, but it did not overturn
i l't ,u'- ;., .;. v v Damage was estimated at 15000.

Alice is back home again from the entire post be soaked, we are I H .. members of the unit who I Another accident capita income in Florida t
occured last \ the Southeast each .
, her visit up North. We both going to soak only the butt end ": ;tr tending: ( service schools at week when Joe Abraham Allen of 1929 \ '
with the
:r want to thank all the people' who of the post (that which is in con I \. & .., F. Benning Ga. are home form Route 1. Gainesville, pulled out years. exceptim.::

have been so kind and friendly tact witn soil) and see how long #' -r'- 1011(1aThe. ,\' are M. Sgt"V /;' across the highway at Hampton'

'ir fliuP. Hall. Sgt. Frank W.
toward us. While we knew that they last that way. Eventually I : '" Junction in front of a car driven HOsrrrxiI)MIS{ "'III"
i i'l1 Jr. and Sgt. George A. by Joyce Faircloth of Chiefland.Mr. .
lose someday, now we may get around to soaking the
we would Pop :
\\ HKc r who are attending the Allen and his wife Mrs. The fo-!! ,- 'I. ,
miss him entire post. but right now we aretrying I
that it has happened we .
1 ,
I 't' hlp Weapons Course. and II Faircloth and Miss Sache Williams -| admitted! t< i '"' (",
that our to save I
very much and it seems money. 85fc= H'lD.!'1 and ; during !', ,
I Dansby Cpl. were all treated for minor pital ; < \\ "

farm will never be the sair.e again. I \, >h :\ Warren, who are at- injuries in Alachua General I10\- t' D. D'J!i i' ,In '"

But we must work on for Pop We have to wait until the postsare ',.,. ,
Communications Chief O'Stet-n 1 '
succeed. dried before we can treat "" ,; pital.! Allen was charged with Mi--t el.I
wanted us to
them, and as the rye is gro.ngin S. n I failure to yield right of way Lonnio johnsuti. I'
I Cecil L. Crawford and ".I'
t> :additions to the unit area
First killing frost of the year the meantime (and the cows
I 1 : Q Smith and Ned W. Sapp. Lawtey.
hit us recently, and as if to make j hungry) it will be a race and we Recent Births
-1-- P both) students in BUS
sure' of the job, we had frost fouror II hope that we can work it out all k TEEXTOUX t'LOst: l lTeentcwn )

v i Lt Hill
Edward Brannon.
tern-.I PN 3 and Mrs Loren Riker ai t ,
five days in a row. The right. will be \ '-<
I '
S S ....... < recently transferred tci" the happy parents of a son. Christmas
L- the
perature got down to 21 degrees ------ -- .,. Holidays
.1 I t as assistant training of-
at 4:30: one morning (although I Little Happy, Joy's bull calf is Pictured above is the pr: Ray Newsome who has been anaT1en Michael Anthony born De16
the Battalion Staff'of ColT : .
"' -r on
not be accurate calf With the help at the Jacksonville Naval Hospital
thermometer may j r a steer now.
our he Lake ity hospita.n
:! I Christmas scene at the Veterans Legion Auxiliary ui K McClane. Lt. Brannon lives
and we were glad that of some neighbors we "pinched"i
) his mends h're
i I t trturtij.:- t Gainesville: is student the
Hospital in Lake City, showingone 'n a at irxv :MAN nKHi.r rui-
drained the water from and from now on we'll be
we had '\ill! be toee him looking
I i I glad of Florida
University and managerof TK-MITK OF r.OI)), HIM sll\M
tractor and car and let the raising another steer to. put into corner of the Gift Shop arranged Farm AcreageIn
the side is Mrs. New-
I I Has Gift Shop ; so well. At his the Gator football team. GOD) IKSTKOTOR: Tin
water faucets drip. For a whileit I deep freezer. for patients as a projectof in Lake andserves !
who City
I.lour some stays
would The prescribed uniform for drill Florida Shows n: II'U: or don IS HOI%
seemed that it never the State Legion volunteer Auxiliary
Auxiliary. as after Jan. 1 will be the winter \\IllfII TEMl'l.KHF:

warm up, but of course it always We had intended to sell the The Auxiliary contributes gifts of ''For Veterans worker at the hospital, writing uniform. i Big IncreaseFarm 1ST (COKINTIIMNs 17

does. rascal, but from what we read all kinds, which are placed on dis- letters for the men and performingother
about The unit will hold three weekend in Florida moii
and hear from neighbors i acreage
play at the hospital, and the worthwhile services. At
in a thankful drills next spring at Camp than doubled between 1920 .In19)0. ,\ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAA1flu
sweet potatoes low market prices we are
Dug our veterans are permitted to "shop"there i workers wrap them and mail to' present Mrs. Newsome has more
after the killing frost. We that we do not have to sell any I I Blanding beginning in March ; Figures just released b\
hurry without charge for gifts to families of the veterans without than 1.000 hours volunteer workto
about 16 bushels of what we stock now. All the vultures in Field training during the coming the Census. Bureau showed that in
got I send to their families for Christ- cost to the men her credit more than any ,
call "eating" potatoes (size large Florida do not have wings; lots mas. The Auxiliary not only sup i Starkites will recognize the man other Auxiliary member in the summer will be from July 5 tc the 30-year period acreage increased I

to eat but usually graded the wingless variety are hanging July 19 at Ft McClellan. Ala. | from six million to more "Shorty""Say
enough I i lof plies the gifts but their volunteer in the wheel chair at left as R. A. state.

out before marketing, jumboes. I i I around the markets hoping to I than sixteen million.In .

roughs, splits, and of course good I'I steal stock from farmers or I I II Cattle Population 1920. farms occupied only

for Vegetable Movement Florida the Palatka State Farmers' Market 172 cent of the state's land ,. cnf... ,I
No. 1 potatoes). We also picked. growers who are hard-pressed Throughout : per -:1
I I with conditions on both items j Doubled In FloridaThere 45.7
roots etc., crop area. In 1950 they occupied jiI r
all small tubers, cash.
up Slowed
Down By Last Week's Freezes reported good. l1'j
and are feeding them to the hogs. |:1 S were nearly twice per cent. I

have realized about Took a hoe and cut off the topsof Crop conditions .n the Fort' asi I Farm values\ more than trebled. ()
So far we I Vegetable movement is ex- and light volume of tomatoes cattle on Florida farms in I
( many l
, Mvers area are reported unsettled In 1920 the total value of farm ( )
the Roadside the sweet vines we planted
$24 from sales on potato I pected to be slow and in some I pole beans and squash:: are still 1950 as there were in 1920 but
with what we get ; in the back field. We have I due to the cold wave but a land and buildings was 2S1 million L
Market and IU
areas light due to the past week'scold available. Prices the past weekverage(1 the number of hogs declined )1

from selling the potatoes just never tried this before, but we are weather.In I : on tomatoes: $2.30 (with I good and increasing vol'ime of sharply and the number of sheep dollars and in 1930: it exceeded

have done told raise vines this I eggplant, a good volume of squash. 900 million. .
that that can
think we you I
we the
dug high 6.80) pink tomatoes
spite of the cold a light ] dwindled to a handful. it -. .
| and fair to increasing volume of Modern m'chanization made
fairly well from the 1,000 vines way. so we are trying it. $2.30. pepper $3.32. pole beans tA. ,
S volume of strawberries were avail- j i pepper is expected on the rrarket: I Cattle increased fio-n 638,931 possible for fewer people to operate I
planted. I $5.63, squash $4.55. eggplant -------------
S I '' able through the Plant City State this week Cucumber volume will!! I to 1.101,239 in the 30-year period larger farms. In 1935 hired i
i The coldeather got the berry j $1.31. A total of 2,901 units how many gallons !

The weeds almost got our ber- blooms, and it slowed down the Market for Christmas dinner at brought gross returns to growersof decrease because of the cold II' and the value jumped from i and family workers on Florida does tank hold?'' '
I weather. $14.700.000 to $187.900.000 with j num'ben'd 160,387 Tn 1950 your
lies, but we got tome help and growing of practically'er.thing, prices ranging from SI to $1.45j! $8.32595; the past week. I farms i
both beef and dairy cattle participating declined to .. !
Leading commodity on the Sanford j the imb.-r had ---- -- -- --- -
at cost of $14, plus our own but it didn't all the '
a certainly get per pint. A total of 533 pints : Considerable crop damage is reported in the
work we were able to get the insects, for we have a row of I in the Pahokee State State Market is cabbagefollowed |I expansion. 132.06 Whether you want one gallon .'I i!
moved through the market last by celery and escarole.' : The number of cattle and calves I
clean again. Our costs so mustard chewedby 'I full tank we're always mill
which ,
patch young was Farmers' :Market area and volumeon a (
week along with light supplies of The r-iaiket was slightly:: stronger j sold alive from Florida farms ir UegisteredHEREFORD
far for 12M berries is as Dusted it with Chlor- drive in. |
our aphids. all items will be fairly light PY to see you ,
squash English Pear and
pepper i: i on all produce except the main 1910 was 156718. while in 1949 I
follows: plants, $50: taking up dane. Cold did kill some of the Irish for the next few weeks. However I
potatoes. crops celery and rabbagp. Nc the total was 367,809 head. Dollar i'
and setting $35; fertilizer, $15; grass in the corn field. i celery, cabbage radishes and other '
Tomato"volume on' BULL SALE
will likely frost damage was reported receipts increased from three
dust, $5; hoeing. $30; or a total It'a vegetables are expected tc I
lighter at Florida City State ] felerv cabbage or turnips with million to more than 28 million Select Service
of about $135 for the 12M plants, The drainage ditch next to our move more plentifully if the Quality -
Market due to the cold, but a'!' i i considerable damage to escarole
or about $11 per thousand. Not kitchen garden was badly chokedup i weather moderates Beans the Age
light volume of good quality 1". and chicory and spotted; inlurv II'
included is our own work, as we with weeds and it looked a ready for the trade. Prices ranged past week brought $3 to $1.50 I per lettuce. Cucumbers. eggplantsand Post Office Closed 57 Horned 61 t Tolled Sales & ServicekAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA4 ;

did not attempt to keep track of mess. So we burned it off. or at hamper. corn $3.75 per crate, Jan. 7 12 NoonVALDOSTA.
from $3 to $9 per field crate i peppers in the area were Friday MorningThe
that. 'TKj I least tried to. but were not suc celery $2.50 to $3.50 per crate and (;A.
I during the past week's sale.e wiped out. :
S cessful. Now we have to chop radishes sold at 70c basket.
material frost damage was suffered per i The Wauchula State Ma"kt local post fit ** will bf Livestock Auditorium Kaiser Frazer JDEALERSHIP
Alice returned we out the -
On the weeds.But
day big in that section [ Very little if any frost damageis closed! on December 15 until the closed all day Thursday, Christmas ; Hereford Assn. I
and S S S
to the !
berry patch
went over repotted" in the Immokalee stateFarmers' : and until 12:0
spring crop starts.. Spring plant- Day. : p.m
picked about a pint of fine large ;! we'll have no trouble in The cold wave seriously: damagedor 599 Morningdale Dr.. N. E.
Mat ket Tomatoes arereported irer is well underway and a large Fridav It will be open as usual Temple Ave. Ph. :.12 l:! 1
berries and biscuits getting the back fieldto completely killed the tag end I Atlanta ia.;
using some sedge grass to be of excellent ,
quality afternoon and SaturdaSells
acreage i i. in pro'pect with growers Friday >
of the Fall tomato in theart'a ------------------------
Mom had baked (using good leaf burn. It is high ard thick with crop with number one's averaging --- yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyI
make for the
hoping to
I north up
of Fort Pierce
lard for shortening) plus some sedge grass and will make such $7.71 per field crate Cucumber? ._- -

whipped cream we had a wonderful I|. a terrible fire that we are considering however 75 per cent or more of 'I moved in good volume along with poor Fall season Angus Bulls F&I I
desert of strawberry short cutting it into quaitersand tomatoes that remained for light volume of squash plant SERVICE
I harvest after the October rains egg Recent Births J W White recently old Angus %WINKLER ELECTRIC
cake. It was good. burning it a quaite- at a anSI l pepper A total of 3.S25 unit
bull Crews
I had been picked. In spite of the ,, yearlings to Kirby
time. We've
cut off the lower
I returned
cold approximately 15052> crates I I gross receipts to grower :Mr PoNt \Iislh'" t !." CiisbvTr and Jack Edwards. Mr White
The frost and fre"zi \; weather! limbs of the most of the trees so of $16.209.30 I
of tomatoes moved the announce the bir l h of T dausvi- operated the Angus ranch that
killed almost all of the bloom on they will not catch fire and be through ZENITHRADIO
market the past weekly report Cabbage collards are mov ter. Ruth. in St Luk" Hospital. was featured in an article PI the
and lot
our berry plants got a damaged.
I period at prices ranging from ingin go of the berries. But surprising I S STakes
$-1.50 to $7 on field run field} boxes
number of them escaped and we i us forever to get a job t
I and $9 to $12 on 60 lb. best
should get some rip berries done. But at last we got our other I
quality crates. The cucumber 1 JUST AS MERRY BUT NOT SO SAFE andTelevision
soon (if !) big sign up at the South end of I
S S I supply is very light with I the
our farm advertising our Roadside -
best quality bushel basket bring Sales
Mom covered Alice's tomato
up Market. Used two huge
( ing $5 packing house
plants in the kitchen garden but cypress posts which we think will pack (111(1 Serrice

the cold just about finished them be strong enough to stand The Pompano State Market! r, _
I the a as Spppeear.r sSflfleeS'flflfl_n e_fl________
anyway But we have: a crop of wind. There is a big satisfactionin ports the production outlook ha!- .. wi',1'

preen tomatoes and we'll use looking at a project we have changed considerably in the pa-t 221 N. Temple Avr.STAUKE.. Phone 106KlIJIOS ;

them. week due to subnormal temperatUres 5' __ -
i finished and thinking that we
1 prevailing for almost a 17 FLOmi\
did it with our own hands. _

The rye we planted in the [ week, reaching dangerous level.- .. .. .
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edge grass field is coming up Oui broccoli took the cold at tin'es.'t'r little, if anv frost I : yi:
damage evident. :__...... s__ --11III-- ----..
and it looks as tl'ough we'll havea I: weather without damage, but it appears thoughcold .

fair stand. We covered the seemed to need some feeding so winds have delayed maturitv -;-_ -' -- Tr,7&1
I and reduced I:1Ijrit1 :
potential yields
seed by dragging pine sapling we each of considerably
, a i, gave plant a dose : .

:; over the field and it did a pretty j nitrate of soda. In a little while It will be several' days .:_ .

, of covering. Had little will after the weather moderates before ___
good job a I we give the plants some more T u
the situation %
rain and that helped the rye complete fertilizer can be properivappraised. ( HF.r.AIRKI:

I Shipments toi the 2
to get going a little. S. .
III Makr III Mixlrl.It
S Hens still first two days of the pas! week ,
I not laying We ale : nsoiinhlr! chnrtrs Knarnnlrrd
totaled 53 cars as compared with i n \tti. t. !',IIEI'IIIUU: _
But that have the giving tht'm'a more expensive
now we
103 N rn.T U < nil *'t. Mnrkr Ph. :rtUI
growing we have to get busy and mash cjntainin'itaming, but we cars for the same period the I' I I .

nrevious week Prices have reacted --I .1'I J-'" ir i I..IM fir! i.'-I l,. .I '
fence the field so that we can are so disgusted with them thatif k-w 111'1)' I". i' !Mt'fj'U.Ml
; turn our cows in it. We have the we had others coming along favorably as a r-snil'' >flower _/ t : ''I )!..fk.t. !'hOIl2't.; ltii l.I' ': I' 'I' '.

volume. -
fence wire but we have no fence '| we'd give each one a treatment 'Famil ly to work on f.irin.I.l YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

posts, and they cost too much to 'I with an ax. Our chickens have Cold weather has pIdI'' ti alit ,i, |I'" k .!lrl&\\ 1.rrit"M. II',u>r :MATTRESSES I
: -tied O. C: "':uwntark.; *-,
buy So we got busy with some really cost us a small fortune this stopped harvesting in the Palmetto i Up OF ALL KINDS

help and thinned out the trees in year. State Market area with most
varieties "': IM'XT: --Gftnd t>'i-imv Ioulldnl\, HE N OYATEf I)
S S S on the down _._ ....
the back sedge field, cut. grade A
grass --- .1 I 1'1111.1" Ave. on Hghw.111: ]
Been volume nf \1'' Maude [otl. add r .''- -
ting out all damaged trees and watching Henrif.ta anHiggie pepper, eggplant -.true

leaving the best ones to grow. the piggie lately to see if as we "Emma \vth v'mr longhair keep (1a..: A \\ eliSh( legend( tells)\ : of m\ .Serious lights r i I' ir f>f building.' 4tp 1- 'TTii VLW.I' 'd iI

S S I they had "caught" from breeding, are financial'aMe Plan| from that ( 'hrI tma-; t to.. Ami Emma. -Gradual" nurse or Dl
As a result of this operation we iml apparently they have. It's to have some trees cut for Imib: "r the long curb and last l ...\summer s t'luft'dress: pine tree during the Christmas season. dUly I.- :"-.-d Dot practical:tor's Clinic for Horpttal general,
und let it IU It N I T LitE I.Kfuphxlstered
about 100 7 had enough to feed stock which sea'O'1. while we asv stood back S<,ilV.l rail st. Starke. Fla. tf
got fence posts about a ;i t'nr' (once, while a helpful male Other stories associate the lighting of

feet long skinned and stacked to'', is working for you, but when other scraping costs.up the money for the lighted the caiulks of the Christmas tn'e..15I1't trees with shining stars seen through the Foil SALE -- i". x ," x 16" ("on- and

I We still think that I erit.Iti'.s'k I Hi 'h. f'lt-nty ofM > UnfinishedHASTINGS
at cost of $12.50 they are jut boarding and M.
dry a or 12.5cj eating '
I chickens par. but that ha't'not \\ it a grand occasion years ago, when evergreen trees. Whe. candles were invented ',nr! :Mix" :arid" ...ml'nlrao1-
we '
each. The free it dri't''cn ( O.
posts we got are not cr.iz,1.Alice f"id Enttn..rlng 4'.mpany. Ph'-p
S S S been skillful so far. mother lighted the candles on the Christmastree it was only natural that they be used "I tf
j;' by any means the best obtainable. j fox 230 Palatka, }1IL. _
S S S to stimulate the traditional ,
? Then knew lights.
Seme of them are larger than is busy again planting Thistjne we that Christmas had Foil RENT-Furni-hrd "',ttg-, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLtAAAAAA

necessary some of them crookt'd.1 it is radishes cauliflower. ,, We could use a good soaking really come and that roast duck, plum pudding But unfortunately there was often an thr-.. ri".m and !bath with >anlAN
etc., but we think that they will I: Rni.sel's sprout ; aud Granoonmn I I rain. The light showers have : and gifts for everybody would soon be unhappy aftermath to the gaiety of the holi- II.t'I'" thr.ari'l! ,.,. m,f-iiir desirable! r-om apart i<>1 a. ; LIT 1I\\IJU\OIU J. II tlOM Jit.

i been better than nothing but it 11,11 All mor1,-rn ronvenienc"' CATILK .\'\U HOG*
do for the experiment we are ; seed.Ve" both agree that on the way. day time. Those lovely little candles among ..f"V, Madison, Surke. tt !S\I.IM' -

going to try. the only way to keep hope alive i I is too dry to plant much Now Yesterday's Christmas green fir branches always caused damage insomeone's 1 l.lip Oak Ijirh Urdnr.dajiarh
l I is the time that we could reallyuse was a personal (. Dllln India Porrno 4.aIsislIle frlilmr
S SIn i I is to have soTething growing and home. Between Christmas and I
irrigation and not a civic affair. It didn't mean a Santa \Z.\LI'.tpr.rv tti HI'DGET-MIN'IJEI t'.r: 'I.loll |.

studying our fence post problem t romiiu along. .. New Year's the local papers carried the A \ I FOR_ THE W-ddlni lntif.riH \ .
S SIt Claus parade or a community Christmas tree ; -\z..I'a! ]"iant" branched andro'.t.d. Wf-l! '| KfKra\--d: ,.
M e have come to some con- S S S .... !' on fine ra".nt..n' ; i\\
j stories. And it wasn't always the hand- 12 me h I 21. t'tH I''h I.ar .
just : '
is four years ago this- month : dozen different Santas in the storeI -*. only IHil5.: Bra-lford <" i'TIegraph.
clusions. One we arrived at jor g -r plants 20.:; -5Oi.7and) :; $1 each j I'
,, During the cold weather we I that made Battenburg curtains in the parlor which I' !: .
j we were busy packing up I Christmas was an all-embracing family occasion HrlorHrrernlfa Garden |
pii'ckly. and that i is that we can'tI O.1 our cows peanut vine hay antimoLisse and went in flames. Pauline Karl.- '"llins I I with f ,- .
moving from H "*
our home up F .lt KENT- "
ffor.l, to butht"m.. Secondly I I '! and now they loaf arou"be up i i : and a warm home was the stage where _Hot: HiH KarMon. Pl- ''hoii l'.. aUon. Adult1 !I' '
I North to Great Even with the electric .
our Adventure Christmas tree I .
v-f decided that our own quick. eate wait'ner' to be fed all We :each i assumed his favorite role. -'E >M.STKK.sS; ---fli.inwH and J4.1-W.: ___
t worked harder than we lights of today fire hazards .
many must be al TitumS.viifa' tlon -
prowine pine trees if treated will. t1", .;.*,,> (V't nMioh blame i it .. guaranty READY Come t(
them ever did before in our lives but But when we stop to think about we .1) I'm- r..a''II"IoI". Mrs. Ev*>rf TURKEYS

"ilve the problem. And thirdly. :,,! for they r"allv have to nistle .- we are glad that we had the ':wonder why the house didn't burn down recognized during the holidays. Many more !I'r'Lak.ltiti.r! -.",rt i"! _. nils Highway I! from Starke, Opal's Turkey Farm Florahom-

that we can treat them here i ""-I invthin to person smoke than in earlier days. Gorgeous "TI for a nice young turkey for
on eat. Also P'1t.p courage to do whit we .alwavs | every time the tree was lighted. The truth 6tp 1286FOFt I Fla.
.., _.. .... cellophane and tissue dinner. Visitors welcome.
our place and save monev. We rt' .to..i .... ,.t (' n.t dreamed of paper wrappings are your special
doing. Farming is in is that houses did burn down. The
many RENT-fpfwn '!irni"hd 4 I Ir."m tfchgFR
1"111wron in our conclusions "sit until the rfieJ.i j is I unbelievably inflammable. Fireplaces and O .
readvj some ways a hard life but in frequently apartment "upstair' $! nr
bell the horse-drawn fire engine too I
*>"t'p t>r* going: through with j i'o p'rQ7P for then they will others it is completely satisfyingfor I I 011 clanged in disharmony with the wastebaskets quickly fill with the residue of rri''n'h. Phun.I I "r I MI* tfrhlfj I >.A L.F.-Lot 50 x 100 f<-*-'

tevVeiI soak the posts in I vave: plenty to et.fl'snitp us. at least here in Bradford the holidays-papers, cigarette stubs, string. TF.OExp..rifon.1 waitrcM orwilling water and Mt-wer. Ileanonabl.-. \ :
Christmas chimes. Engine companies looked to I learn.Apil- Guidon ply HaighB Store. 746 Grant -r
ntachlorophenol for '
p. about 43"wir I : County. We extend to all readers and dried bits of pine or holly. So, be care- Grid. ltctigPrnTF.CT 2 blocks weit of Greyhound I.'ik
> *. then use them and !(! forward to a busy season at the end of the It:,
see \h" fact that we II 1'1'I j of the Telegraph our most sincere ful this Christmas time. The old danger of Depot
y.ft ErrnITIE5t
"-Tiat happens.. I I 4i""ii<;ted with 'HI' TrP9ent" fil\'l k I and warmest greeting for a ",; year. candles is largely over but new fire dangerscan Fireproof Proterto Security Box. WILL TAKE CARE of '

i i -f h'nqp n.. planning on build. Merry Christmas and b-a'itiful large. heavy duty 1ttJ l ltv.T while mother wrirVs ..r "hop \\ .
a Happy Christmas trees make the
I The of lights on goes Holiday Season time of
Although it is | use a 110 IS pl'l"x Bradford .tlso bal. Mt Mr I' M, k '.
suggested that ing a new laying house. New Year ,
t, as soon I I back to the old world, many centuries ago. tragedy. (C 'V T-i-fT'ii'M j : tf 1'1:"X I 14-, ')l",' 4PAGE '|'

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Christmas Second Section Edition Bradford County Tielegraph / Heard The Bells

On Christmas DayI

THIS WEEK THE WORLD PAUSES TO HONOR heard the bells on Christmas Day

Their old familiar carols play,

THE GREATEST MAN WHO EVER LIVEDTHIS I II And wild and sweet the words repeat ,
I Of peace on earth, good will to men ql
WEEK the civilized world <' 4I son who ever wrote or spoke. For I
wiu again celebrate an anniver- four hundred years, Shakespearehas I I thought how now as the day had come
of the birth of the most re- been copiously quoted. For '
sary The belfries of all Christendom ,
hundred Dr. Samuel,
and two
markable Man who ever lived I years \
Johnson has been much quoted.i) Had rolled along the unbroken song r\ 14 1
died.He had He had no For more than two thousand. will to mcu'! \ e
no army. 1 Of peace on earth, good I ,
navy. He had no air force. He :years the great Chinese Philoso-!
had no armaments or weapons of pher Confucious, has been quoted' Longfellow i
any kind. He never killed or in nearly all parts of the world.II
wounded anybody. He never put'I / From 1928. when he began writing 1 Uu ...atom"
concentration camp. his daily column of comment:
anybody in a
He used force only once in His for the newspapers until his I #
life, when He overthrew the tablesof ; tragic death on August 15, 1935,
the moneychangers and drove Only heu" wuftgeous the beloved Will Rogers was prob-
them from the Temple (Matthew Who never despairs," : ably the most quoted man in tI
The America. I
21:12)). old proverb I
His ministry lasted only three To all men sententious |I But for more than nineteen!
:years. He was crucified at the'' declare I i hundred years. Christ has .been I
age of thirty-three; yet, Christ This i i more quoted than all these wise
year 1
extended His influence and power Points its ills and fears men combined. To be widely .
over more of the world than any up the lesson: : 1 quoted a man must be speaking
conqueror who ever lived. This Away weak fear, Lear the cheers t I 1'or writing a lot of sense, and i I
humble, homeless Man, armed and That come with reason. Christ was. He uttered more''I s 'c /
equipped only with the gospel of epigrams and sententious sentences 1 % f. ki
Be '
love and peace, established a strong, be gay, it's iChrstmas ': than any other man who ever''
kingdom in the hearts of human- With its welcome spoke. Politicians have always .
and Its truth, the sway striven to catchy, epigrammatic -
ity that has endured grown powered say 4 :
for nearly two thousand years.!i To peace by God's Way.impetus easy-to-quote things, but i
Despoils and dictators have strivenin all the politicans that have practiced -, 7 It
vain to destroy the universal Merry Cbri tma., since Plato prepared }his bI
Kingdom of the Prince of Peace. Strong and fearless one and all handbook of politics have not succeeded ,,
(Isaiah 9:6): ). Merry Chrism men; in making as many wi-e|
Christ was not only the most k So IJc it, Amen.ias t+'itliout pall and memorable utterances as did '
enduringly influential person who] Christ in the three short yearsof
ever lived. but in many other R1I His ministry.No
ways He was the most extraordinary : I ,' r other person ancient or
Man ever born of woman.! modem has ever held such a spell i! I
He made the best speech of which over his hearers. Christ had !
there is any written record. The other surpassing orators or the "7-Blessed are the merciful I : genius and a gift for utterance,' i
immortal speech made by Lincoln ages ever said can equal in simple for they shall obtain mercy. and speech that was never equalled -, _
and unaffected elo- "8 Blessed the in by other i
among the graves of Gettys-, sublimity are pure any person. I
burg in 1863 is undoubtedly superb -''quence these opening passages, heart: for they shall see God. In about thirty-three years of!
from the Sermon on the :Mount: : "9-Blessed are the mak- I 1
but a comparison of Christ's peace life on this earth, in the guise i ii fr H7
Sermon on the Mount (Matthew i Matthew 5: 3 through 11: ers: for they shall be called the I _
I i and likeness of a mortal man, and
r 5, 6, and 7)) with the Gettysburg I "3-Messed are the poor in children of God (4 i 9 ( 6
Address shows the infinite superiority spirit: for their's is the kingdom,' "10-Blessed are they which, subject to all the infirmities of _
of Christ's great oration. of heaven. i are persecuted; for righteousness'sake I i the flfcsh. armed only with kindness -i % z ,
"4-Blessed are they : for their's is the kingdomof '
V. The of th3.tI and love and an unrivaled'
. opening passages I I
t! mourn: for they shall be com heaven. t'S /
Christ's matchless Sermon on the gift of speech. Christ did more I
Mount contain some of the most forted. "11- Blessed are ye. when men lasting good than all the w-ar-I
sublime utterances in any language -I "5-Blessed are the meek: for shall revile you, and persecute I riors I
and statesmen which have
Nothing that Demosthenes, :they! shall inherit the earth. you, and shall say all manner of :'
Patrick Henry, Daniel Webster. "6. Blessed are they which do evil against you falsely, for my saddened and gladdem-n the world I
Henry Grady, Shakespeare, Ed- hunger and thirst after righteousness sake." since time began. I

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Christmas Day we repeatthe to look at Christmas with the all the fuss and feathers yet beams Christmas be without them? For, cheer and friendship who : to
The WASHETERIAStarke old familiar greeting that special radiance of youth .I I with affection and excitement. : through them we've all bin ableto I come to our parties or stop by to and \o'you':" < :
each year, in some mystic way who lend to the rest of us little I Merry Christmas-to mother, share our own little prosperity leave a glass of extra elegant :
Fla. rings fresh and true-"Merry glimmers of the real Christmas I who really calls the tune for the I in the most wholesome way of I jelly or an original privately invented J
Christmas." Like such wards as I: glamour. holidays and does the planningand all-by spending it. relish. \
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" - # "hello" and "good-by," there real- Merry Christmas-to father pulling together who I' Merry Christmas to dear Merry Christmas-to ourself, {
ly isn't anything else to say that who'll strain a point any day to flutters and bustles radiantly for!I friend far and near who've sentus for that matter. But then we feel I :
pulls at our heartstrings as do give all the and most
us things we want. weeks ahead and undoubtedly has I II greetings gifts pretty sure that we'n have one ,
these old dear words. And so againwe who probably works much too the best and busiest time of all. | especially do we cherish the ,
I for we've put so much work and ,
say: ; hard and yet keeps younger and : Merry Christmas-to the butcher I greetings because even more than '
Merry Christmas-to the littlest more alert because of the respon the baker, the candlestick- gifts they express the true spirit excitement and loving getting- \
t. ones who skip downstairs in the sibility of a family and the competition maker, not to mention all those of Christmas. I. ready into it. For of course we all!> S. R. Johns Grocery;
gray dawn to explore their stock of business who who sold us shoes and ships and Merry Christmas- the droppers get out of Christmas just about I \
:r and makes the gesture of tut-tutting for what would | Starke. Fla. :
ings and the wondrous tree sealing wax -in who come with holiday. what we put in. \
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"Christmas i is not date. It is a
(How many have not found out I a :
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No man lives today who does:,
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It's more fun to GIVE than to :
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Holidoy Season, we extend to -
It's nice to RECEIVE something- ../1t It was Christ who, by his voluntary :
I you, not only as a customer but acceptance of the role of I for a
true; servant, has teen elevated to the I :
start to live friend, the best of wishes i
But really you just ; os a Merry ChristmasLovett's
royal purple and seated at God'sright : :;
1 1J 1r When first it's discovered by you for the Christmas occasion. : hand. I II I
That joy comes from what you can I I 4
J GIVE. i II At few if any, timed since I :
Christ was born have all the earth I

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I Don't add up the cost of your gift; much as they-do now. I Grocery & Market \
It's more fun to give than to get \
For giving will give YOU a lift. Fla. .\ dollar saved is a dollar earn-: i \\

The -Carl Helm. .ed. There's no better way of saving Starke Fla. \,
Christmas ,
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many blessings. whole year, is our in ,

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JAMES ALFRED'S FIRST CHRISTMAS Jesus-- The Perfect Man ,owning Bonded The security U.Happiness S. Savings that goes Bonds with can I Bonds When as you Yule give Gifts a Defense Bond

as a Christmas gift, you give
Jim Ellie lived near a small mean year und happiness. I
tie and horses ate the foliage and
yourself something, too-the satisfaction
town in central Kentucky. He Strengthen that happiness\ for
became ill, and one of the colts
lived on the old home place which those nearest :you by giving them I of knowing that you are
hid been his father's and hisgrandfather's. died.This /Q Defense Bonds as Christmas gifts. helping to protect America.ORD1AL .
time there was a real feudon I
He was wellknownand ..
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rather favorably well liked,
family and the Ellis family. What
but was considered a more or
less rugged Individualist. didn't help matters was the fact The following editorial .1 j
that Alfred Sanders had
was written by r
There weren't many new people! been carrying the school books for i I t \
in Mostof late C. P. Mooney; for I 1t
that part of Kentucky. pretty Martha Ellis. Alfred's I ,
the families had been there for the :Memphis commer- i
son's I I :
I father forbade his going
generations.In I cial-Appeal, December L
to the Ellis place and Jim Ellis t I : \
1912, Alfred Sanders bought I! sternly demanded that Martha not I 22, 1912. It immediately x E i it :

the old Bullock farm which adjoined -, be in young Alfred's company. I received recognition 1 I

the Ellis farm. The Sanders i The feud continued day after as one of the 1 lj% \\
family was unknown in this section I day: month after month, and year world's greaest edito- t

having moved there from after year. rials, and has been reproduced GREETINGS \I
South Carolina. Alfred Sanders I at
In the year of 1916 several on inuinerableoccasions.
was a big hulk of a man with II

said long he chin had whiskers a fierce bark.. ar fi some I I;j of on the the Sanders'Ellis place.sheep Ellis were had killed a I s if: f:.: : : ',::' .-,'. .; ..... .. ':':'..:;, t

in this j small, black dog called "Nig", I i I r/:.,.:'. _:.. ,.;::....::-:...., -.. .. ,.... ., .: -:',:.: :
Kentucky .
The .
neighbors '\".' ... .. .. : :. ,,
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which had been known as a' "'. .... '. .
surrounding had i never P. I ,"" ...". ."--.'_:' -' --'.-. '- .'" '.-. .' .... ,-...:.. '., .'. '.'.(.. .' .

always gotten along together with (I' sheepkilling caught the dog dog. and However found, some they I +I i t I f.{,,.., '.{.T." '-ouchiy,- :" '7 ,.. tit iti.: dttiJ:; -n J..1( ; ..:. .,: \:

none of the troubles which come ;
wool in its teeth. A few da>slater I EARLS-GARAGE
times neighbors. I
up many among i
the dog was mysteriouslyshot 1
But when Sanders claimed the I
and killed. '" I I"J

Ellis fence wasn't trouble on the propertyline I The feud hit a new high. At \i _._.... ._.._.... .,...,._ ___..
the really began. I
Sanders brought suit and this attracted j the same time, the courtship of I' F
and Martha had
the attention of the entire like that of Jesus things ot more miponanre than prop! He measured property and
I secretly stepped up to a faster There is no other character in history
neighborhood. After the
I life she bom and soul, at then exact relative value. He taught muchas + 0
proper legal investigation, it developed pace.One As a preacher, as a doer of things, and as a philosopher, no man dollars.
to character, because character is of more importance than
that the fence was in its night in June the young ]I ever had the sweep and vision of Jesus. I 1 l

proper place. people failed to return home. They j i I Other men taught us to develop systems of government. Jesus

One day Ellis trimmed a wild had eloped. A short time later, ,i A human analysis of the human actions of Jesus brings to view taught so as to perfect the minds of men. Jesus looked to the soul,
I the Ellis family and the Sanders a rule of life that is amazing in its perfect detail. I
which the ,
cherry was on I while: other men dwelled on material things.

fence line, and some of the limbs I family each received a letter with I The system of ethics Jesus taught during His earthly sojourn, 1
fell on the Sanders' side. The cat- the information that young Alfred 1 since. I After the experience of 2,000 :years no man can find a flaw in i +,
2,000 years ago was true then, has been true in every century
and Martha were living in Cin I the outlined Jesus. ASJMNLeila's
governmental systems as by
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L.N N.t.n.r. cinnati. I and will be true forever. j +

Czar and Kaiser, president and socialist, give to its complete merit r
Christmas came and went. The Plato was a great thinker and learned in hu age, but his teachings, 1

children didn't return home and t! did not stand the test of time. In big things and Li little things times| their admiration.No 0 1t
their families were still not onI,and human experience have shown that he erred. !I Ii man today, no matter whether he follows the doctrine of
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fir, s'r1 rttm speaking terms. Both fathers Mills, :Marx or George as to property, can find a false principle inJesus' \
were making bigger threats 1 1 i, Marcus Aurelius touched the reflective mind of the world, but he! t 1 1I
theory property.In
1 cold and austere as brown marble.
against each other. : was i ii I I \,
The following November, both'i the duty of a man to his fellow, no sociologist has ever ap-
| The doctrine of Confucius gave a great nation moral and mental \
the Ellis and Sanders families received i I' proximated the perfection of the doctrine laid down by Jesu, in His I ,
| dry rot. \
letters from the children 1 Sermon on the Mount. \

stating that a son had been born. ; The teachings of Buddah resulted in mental and moral chaos and, II
i Not all the investigations of chemists, not all the discoveries ol II
Then, in December received makes India derelict. I
A they
word that the baby had been i!! I II I explorers, not all the experiences of rulers, not all the historical facts : i / Dress & Gift Shop :
Mohammed offered a system of ethics, which was adopted by >i
named "James Alfred." I that go to make up the sum of human knowledge today are in con-
millions of people. Now their children live in deserts where once were laid dawn Jesus. !
Christmas was approaching.The tradition to one word uttered or one principle by i I THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP :
I l cities, along dry livers where once there was moisture, and in the'shadows :

t ; air. Christmas The harnesses spirit on was the in horses the I 1 of gray, barren hills, where once there was greenness. I The human experiences of 2,000 years shows that Jesus" never madea 1 ---_.,--_." ---._...,.,,,-, ._---._---,.,.._,-- :
i that true that time
: j mistake. Jesus! never uttered a doctrine was at
\May, you have a .' j pulling the sleighs were equippedwith Thomas Aquinas was a profound philosopher, but parts of his;and then became obsolette.

sleigh bells and the jingling : system have been abandoned. i iI

Merry Christmas i j bells could be heard for a long I I Jesus spoke the truth; lIe lived the truth, and truth is eternaL !
.' *" I distance on the cold, winter eve Francis Assisi ;was Christ-like in his saintliness, but in something

Lan d_fl wt<h ot all i I nings. Late one December evening he was childish. i II History has no record of any other man leading a perfect life
N -\ there a knock on the I' or doing everything in logical order. Jesus is the only person \\'h<>s,' !
'\ was I Thomas A. Kempis' Imitation of Christ is a thing of rare beauty':'
) the things Ellis door. Jim Ellis opened the every action and whose every utterance strike a true note in tin- I
and sympathy, but it is, as its name indicates, only an imitation. I
'( door and there stood Alfred I II i I heart and mind of every man born of woman. He never :sail:;:\ a

-that Viejinest season Sanders with a letter in his hand. I Sir Thomas Moore's Utopia is yet a dream that cannot be realized j foolish thing never did a foolish act, and never dissembled
". .L \ He asked to come into the house,
can trine youOlson's '- saying "Jim I've been a Lord Bacon writing on chemistry and medicine under the glasses j' No poet, no dreamer, no philosopher loved humanity with ,tne a:1, ?:1jt11. t:' !

fool. Alfred Sanders had never of the man working in a twenteith century laboratory is puerile. love that Jesus bore toward all men I The Warm t '
called Jim Ellis by his first name The world's most learned doctors until a hundred and fifty years! ,
I Who. then, Jesus?
letter I II was
before. He said. "I have a ago gave dragon's blood and ground dried tails of lizards and shells : Glow
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That Christmas was a great ,: retrieve this friendship You. too,, I The number of householdersseen wood fire in the honv-or even, r and associations 1y .
I 9 : Christmas for the young folks I[ will have a HAPPY Christmas! home from the stores '
i I going for that matter a good grate firowith : of those about you on
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glowing this, the day of
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there still who know
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Kiss The Maiden Under The Mistletoe Charles Dickens I -I) I
I top and zip clear down to the Those past Christmases seen

But Be Sure To Follow Traditional RulesIt's Inspired The First I 'A' 3 3Inr little pasture at the foot. Soon I humble indeed compared wit

t3mn % forgotten was the disappointmentin those of today but they \vei>

still a nice custom this I promise they would not harm her Christmas Cards + iBY the swift joyous motion happy ones

Christmas to kiss the young lady We choose FLINT BO NERTh through the cold, sparkling air Mabel: L K
son.But I greeting cards without ,
under the mistletoe but your efforts I she overlooked the mistletoe -

are in vain unless it's done for its roots were neither in have wondering been following just how long this people custom ,t' -- -, ___ __,,_,_,____ ,,__,__,____ .

properly. the earth nor air. So one of Bal \
Every time someone kisses under der's enemies fashioned arrow I at Christmas time. The average t
the mistletoe shouldbe citizen today receives at the World lrrCPRI rrn S ) !8 :
a berry from the plant and that was the Joy to J ,
I | least 12 cards at Christmas andI .
plucked from the branch, for end of Balder. The tears of the -._ --I /'oaa o
I I New Years and the total number j ,
only so many blessings are bestowed heartbroken goddess fell thick and t tmf
i mailed is in the billions. LETS 8
as there are berries. Anddon't i fast, and froze into the berries. "J Charles Dickens gave the incen- Neither -poet nor composer knew he was writing a Christmas carol \ %
let the mistletoe fall to the
ground. Otherwise its propertiesof i Having such a heathen origin, I tive with his "Christmas Carol"I Of the statues In Westminster Abbey one Is of many Handel had persuaded his father to let him : Please accept our best wishbt

I mistletoe is seldom included in and an amateur artist, using some Isaac Watts-frail, sickly gentle-mannered literary study music instead of law and wound up playing \ .
good luck and healing will be church schemes of decoration.But I lof I Dickens' characters as sub- genius of the early 18th centiry. Another is of a church organ in England. And when George'Handel : vfortrigHoliday Soyn*"

destroyed. I despite this ban, few maids George Frederick Handel-massive, robust and hot- later cast his talents with the theater he I \ ,
jests made personal greeting carried his religious training with him. At 56 Handel j
Many a romantic story surrounds : i tempered master of the keyboard and opera. Both
this plant. The berries :I care to risk making the legend [ cards around 1850. This startedI men lived in London; both knew each other. But wanted to do something really big. And he did.! i BROADWAY'S SERVICE STATION :
I I come true that "she who is not I the vogue. The early cards were neither suspected that their talents would be com In 1741 he worked and prayed almost continuously!; I
represent tears from this legend: of Christmas for 23 days and nights and came up with his immortal I
of the
kissed under the mistletoe at bined to produce one greatest
I all signed by hand and then as
A Scandinavian god Balder I I I carols.It "The Messiah. It was such a masterpiecethat I t.IN.-N,NW-. ,-----NNN- :
dreamed he would die. When he Christmas will not be married in today, many folks had writer's was in 1719 that pockmarked five-foot Isaac for two centuries the piece has been drawn on I -- -- - .

told his mother, the goddess Fri the year which follows I cramp during the holidays. Today Watts wrote a hymn based on the 98th Psalm. He as the basis for numerous compositions. i
,I there who to 45 old and had written, among 600 other Little Isaac Watts died on the Abdney EstatesIn I
If want to be lucky, remember are many prefer was years
she made earth fire, air, you '
ga, I notable hymns "Alas And Did My Saviour Bleed" 1748 after his visit of "a week" lasted years.
water and all animals and plants I the rules! I I have their names printed or engraved "0 God Our Help in Ages Past" and "When I He was buried in Bunhill Fields but a statue of him I

upon their cards, which Survey the Wondrous Cross But the little was placed in Westminster Abbey. Eleven years b
saves the strength but lacks some bachelor's health had broken while he was preach. later big George Handel was laid to rest in the I I '

I THE HISTORY OF CHRISTMAS SEALS of the personal touch. ing at London's Mark Lane Church and Lord Mayor Poets' Corner of The Abbey where a statue standsto y
I Abdney carried him out to his estate for a week's the memory of the theatrical genius who never i
With the sentimental wordingchanging ,
When see the colorful little rest That was In 1712 and he was still there seven forgot God. I
I I and sponsored by the American so drastically on the years later writing children's verse hymns and It was in 1836 that Boston's choir directorcompcser -
Christmas seals letters, cards, ofHandel's
on Lowell Mason rearranged a portion I
i Red Cross and the National Tuber- greeting cards from year to year, books on a dozen subjects.
and packages, did ever stop,, "Messiah" to fit the hymn Isaac Watts {
you after Watts wrote his hymn on a )
be what the Twenty-two years
you never can sure
culosis association.And and
to wonder how it all started? I the 98th Psalm and published it in his "Psalms of wrote in 1719. And so, while the big statue
envelope will contain until you fat theatrical producer knelt the little statue stand In Westminster Abbey as
Well-it's like this David Imitated" a big b
by the way-if you haven't open it. There are so many that In prayer In another part of London. He was mute reminders of two geniuses in their respective
Einar Holboell a Copenhagen and he had written some fields, tribute is paid both every Christmas to the
sent in remittance for the are so foreign to the true Christ- George Frederick Handel .QLrrh
postal clerk, was sorting mail one your world's greatest As a boy in Ger- resounding echoes of. .
seals that were mailed to you, it mas meaning that it makes us a of the operas.
snowy afternoon before Christmas
isn't too late to do ..o now. The bit ashamed. No more let sins and sorrows grow '
1903 when he thought of the idea I Joy to the world! the Lord is come; I
average state contribution for seaL Let earth receive her King Nor thorns infest the ground;
of a to swell a fund I
penny stamp make His flow
for children's hospitals. is 15 cents per person but in recent -/ come-gold for a king, frankincense -' Let every heart prepare Him room He For comes as the to curse is found.blessings .. 6

Authorized by King Christian years Bradford County has for a high priest, and myrrhfor And heaven and nature sing.

the first Christmas seals were soldIn contributed an average of only I a great physician. Collectively, Joy to the world'! the Savior reign; He rules the world with truth and grace

Copenhagen in 1904.ilolboell's seven cents per person. The local; the Wise Men received the gifts of Let men their songs employ; And makes the nations prove

committee is striving to increase'; charity and spiritual wealth perfect While fields and floods, rocks, hills ard plains; The glories of His righteousnessAnd b
scneme outgrew his wonders ot His, love.A .
that average this year. You can, faith truth and meekness Repeat the sounding joy.
wildest imaginings, for before his
help by mailing in your remittance'' When they returned to their
death in 1927, he lived to see it
at once. own country, the three Kings reputedly -
spread to 45 countries. i
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I sold their possessions and'!

The seals found their way to went about the Christ-
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America j
on letters and
King. Legend continues they
first attracted the attention'! By Historians were martyred in India for their

of Jacob Riis who wrote an article,
faith. rAl L
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about them. Few people, I( The bodies of the Wise Men, ( o

ever were interested in the hOW-I'I : transferred
Biblically we know very little to Constantinople in
Then in the autumn of the fourth
the Em-
about the Wise Men century-by ,
!' came CIIKIsT.MXs HIT HAPPY HUMBLE 'I'u! ,":.-, 1 t. ': l J II I If Ar.! nut" !hull! ,,"
Emily Bissell a pubic health work-I''I. from the East bearing gifts to the'' press Helena, mother of Constan- ,

er, concerned about the fate Christ Child and, having adorned tine-were enshrined at Milan fora [f I were Santa Claus this year. CHRISTMASES iiiutle 'led Our ranch jay on a r

small sanatorium, it-called the ar. I' Him as the King of the Jews, re-'; while after the first Crusade I'd change his method for the hillside and we could start at the
tide and sat down to sketch Ameri-I.ca's Frederick Barbarossa
turned to their authorized day;
own country. I I Each .tt Chl1"tni.t tune
first Christina seal, a wreath removal of the relics to Cologne:! ['d give to all the children here year Sns..rN.eeeeeQQ -' ,' tV'b
It is ill the midi r
of generally accepted that of f a busy day of : ;
holly encircling the words where they remain to this day de-i But there are things I'd take \
there were three Wise :Men be- shopping, inevitably
my footsteps \ ....
Merry Christmas. I I posited within the mangnificent .r_ .
cause of the three specifically men-, away. lead to the toy department. Thi-- -
With 50,000 stamps printed and Cathedral of Cologne. I IA r. \ ,.. r
tioned gifts: church tradition has I ['d enter home to steal, year, as I looked at all the modern! 1 tl X.: A
nowhere to sell them. Miss Bissellat every x':: ,
last enlisted the aid of a colum-': idenified and these as Melchoir cas \ Tip Froll1anfa: I With giving I'd not be content. wonders prepared for the chil }f: i \,
nist on Philadelphia newspaper.1' par ; Melchoir, ['d find the heartaches men con'ealAnd dren's enjoyment my thought
The idea a king of Arabia brought a casketof More than a million Santa take them with me when I went back to the very different ;
caught and with
$3,000 was collected. a fe'vweeks gold; Caspar, king of Tarsus! Clauses! gave U. S. Savings Bonds went. 1: Christmases of my own childhood 1 / IIDn'sj t 7',

The first I brought myrrh; and Balthasar,! to their friends and relatives as At each child's? place at th'
nation-wide sale was Christmas I'd rob the invalid of pain; table in home .
presents last year. The our was a large
held the following year and was king of Ethiopia, trought frankincense -, I'd steal the poor man's weightof 1 t$,-:hl: +s'i'iacat: : :: :
goal is higher this Remember plate piled high with candy and tt
backed year.
by These
newspapers all over the gifts are considered I
care; j nuts, and
topped with a glowinggolden
country religious and civic groups symbolic of what Jesus was to be-I a Defense Bond is a present I'd take the prisoner's ball and orange. Let those! whc 1 GRHTInGS j t.

with future.
a i chain would have their Christmas tree. ,.

I And every crime which sent him : with its strings of popcorn and 1 \

1 I there. i flickering candles. We cared not I \1 'reJ r AIt's

I, ''at all; our own simple Christmas with regor 's
I'd take the mother's fears away
I suited us perfectly 1
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t"lt' ". .... To wish you Day j gotten. After the first shock we 1
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God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest :
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If N f 1.ii being great with child. and on earth peace, good will toward men. ,

f 1 And so it was, that while they were there And it came to pass as the angels were :i ,E V
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delivered. shepherds said one to another Let us now go : ''er 1 ,
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: their flock by night. And when they had seen it, they made;(' \\I

!I II And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon known abroad the saying which was told. ,\
them the child.
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!I about them: and they were sore afraid. And all they that heard it wondered at K. P. MORGAN 1\
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quietness and peace joy, which shall be to all people. But Mary kept all these things and f'". ." II" ,,_ ___,_, .
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of Christmas blend;* I For unto :you is born this day in the city 1\
of David a Saviour which is Christ the Lord. And the shepherds returned, glorifyingand 1
praising God for all the things that they 1 1
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Beginning with the Biblical account night hour.Christmas. glow of the Christmas candles. j
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of the Nativity, the greatestof stories and Christmas Scornfully silent they are while I

all world events, we are told,I|legends likewise give us Christmasafter millions sing the Christmas carols I
took place in the night time. It the stars have come out. and retell he Christmas story.

was evening when Mary and I I i Then Christmas hymns and Inhospitable they are to the I :4j

Joseph came to the inn in Beth carols take up the refrain with Christmas spirit that in spite of

lehem, and not finding a room,I I i "Silent night. holy night, all is'' all they can do or say or threaten I \ Yes Virginia
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made themselves as comfortableas still, all is bright" and "It came loses none of its vitality. ,

they could in a stable. Dark !I upon the midnight clear. Wars come and go. Governmentsrise f
ness had fallen when the Christ- The world was dark as midnight and fall. Economic depressions
child was born and laid in a when the Christ was born. Much intrude upon us every now and i

manger there. j!; of our world is very dark today. I then. Cynics try to laugh Christ
It was midnight when the carol I Just as the men in power 2.000 mas out of existence.' Dictators do I A long time ago a little girl in New York heard some of her friends say there was no men can see. Did you ever see \ t

ling angel sang of peace and years ago did not realize that the I their best to abolish it. Self- Santa Claus It was not long before Christmas and this worried her. So she told her papa fairies dancing on Ui law n e'. s\

goodwill toward men. ground under their feet was slip appointed prophets declare that ,], .bout what she had heard and asked him if it were true. He told her to write to the editor course not, but that is no !I., \

It was midnight when the three ping, that a new light was to the machine age is bound to destroy ()f The Sun. the newspaper he liked best. The Sun would tell her if there were a Santa that they are not there =N..'"' .,i j. r

wise men saw a great star and shine upon the darkness they had it. A few hard-pressed folks (Claus::: and she could believe what it said. can conceive or imagine ill \
created those dark.I not like it when I wonders that are unseen or unable -
followed it until it stood over theChristchild's so powers of declare they do
) hearts they So she> sat don n and \\rote I minds. would he no thilJ-like faith then, in the wot Id.
that their
is their
birthplace. So it ness today are shaking j deep down in
I I i! l his letter: I I I "All minds, Virginia, whether ''no, |x.etrno romance, to make
that Christmas begins for us, not Ii: fists in the face of civilization are really do. "You i
I i I I may tear the bab .
of "Dear Editor: : I am eight year. be men's or children's are tolerable this e\Ktinre. \\. Would apart > ->
in the early morning or at middayor treading upon shifting sand. ,' No one can put out the light they rattle to see what makes. the noise
I could J *ld. .some of m> friends. say there little. In this great universe of hate no enjoyment except: in sense'and
at twilight, but at the mid Wilfully blind they arf to the : Christmas. Atomic bombs inside, but there is '
I __ Santa Clan-, Papa "ifou sight. The eternal with a veil roertngthe
II I it and still it I 11 s no sajs ours man is a mere insect, an light
NN.._NNN-------N----------- ----N---- ''OC dropped on n. -- I I J see it in Thl' Suit it's so.' ant in his intellect, as comparedwith I uliidi childhood fills the nurUIwould unseen uorM uhi.-h not the f ,
1 woulil go on till the truth. Is therei l, strongest; men that er lied can
of i''lease[ iw the boundless world about e extinguished."Not
the light
t "Be not afraid t tear apart. Onl faith. fancy,
the santa flat,? i him as measured by the intelligence >
N. 1 Christmas shining against I to believe in santa Clans' j1H'try, |lot e, romance can push
"Virginia O'H.inlon of the
ifJTWI t darkness seem to say to usi I capable grasping You might as well not believe in asufe that curtain and bell and arts,
I "113cst; Ninctj-ntth street." whole truth and knowledge.i .
than lying. i
1 i "Truth is stronger i fairies. You might get your papato picture the >ern.il beauty and

1 I Kindness has greater power than ,I, The editor sat right down and i! ,, Yir ;.lIia. thenis i a Santa hire m n to watch all the chimneys glory beyond Is it all rt'al'h.. w

cruelty Love is stronger than answered! Virgima'a lettei "Vir- ('I aU.". lie exists: as certainly jshrte on Chrismas Eve to catch Virginia, in all the woild here is
fI \ 1 hate Good again and again prevails -I *;ima." he wrote "your little and generosity exist and you Santa Claus, but even if they did nothing else real and aliidin);.
1 1 over evil, in the end good \ friends are wrong. They have Know hat they abound and give to not see Santa Claus coming down.
t shall win." I L been affected by the skepticism of our life its highest beauty an.l joj. what would that prove" Nobody No Santa ClanThank! God i '",
+ times whet Iwe | lives and he !lives forever A tn..in
8 of course
There are. sees Santa Claus but that is notign
ELLO 1 a i skeptical age. They do not be- Alas! how drearyould he the sand
fioni ,
doub years now
to VII'glllll.
: are sorely tempted 1our I ieve except they SeEThl'Y think world i if t ht'rt.1'1'1' no Santa there is no Santa Claus. Themost
:II I[ this But if we turn backward I t hat nothing can be which is net ('tau,. It noiild be as dreary as real things in the world are nay 10 times 10 thousand \-u-! !
turns to from now. he will continue t I.> 1Il,1 iK! ,
doubt straightwa} those that neither children
their little if th"rt'1'1' Virginia There nor
,, / comprehensible: to glad the heart of childhood "
LjIJ faith. |

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Ch'mas suffers, it does move on. .
4u 11 society There is more good in the worlds'I I I Ij :It,} How The Poinsettia ,1 4 I
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end time for us 1 1 I Think of the millions I| '1 Got Its Name ,.\ AAi .\.,

to express our greetings. t 1 II shared who are before.sharing as they never II I i \,: Hid you know how the pain,'r ,i :,: J [ E Christmas:
of the Season and t I There is more kindness, more I I I I .
: got its name? It was Joes R. 1', in- I
more generosity among i TO
sympathy I+: EACH OF YOU
to once more soy "Thcnk Y OU' .I 1 us than ever. There is better feeling -)i 1 o : sott a native of Charleston. S e :I \

among nations and races. There i I \\\.1i/Ii..l: / : i who. while minister to lie\i"0) IPI :I I \
are more plans to make life more /I i' 1825-29. sent the first of the1| Iaat., I I ,\
I abundant I 1 t 11 I 1 I \
for more peopleThe -
j.! R. KELLY +
I' |, ; to this country from Mexico City : ,
light of the Christmas' Z :
J It was a great service he did, and I DOYLE E. CONNER ;
i candles shining in the darkness is I 't ,
/ f i how
Tax Collector Bradford County 1 he probably never knew I It ,
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and walking 11 I
changing people people + f. "t i I
in the light, are changing I I I i t t I easily the flower "went natue" in1: :: STARKE{ ; FLA.IT'S :
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customers who have ,.'liif.s., ..::; U+ I f" : ; I f
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favored us with their l I .
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o XJ standard of service :g1' t iR l 1 folks, our customers, how much their patron

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a t., possible.. :.. ti; .: 1 ""- To thank you as we 1 1' 4 friendliness to us has made serving them j|
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you everything It
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.;.,t..,<, r you there would be Happiest, and Merriest CHRISTMAS
(' ? t 'Y -, no firm like ours.sincere .

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c t with which we have been favored. I

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A. E. McKinney, Owner and' Operator I i KAISER FRAZER HE RY-J i
Z Thomas Truck Terminal & Restaurant a

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