Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1954
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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Stores Report I i l Soupy Roadbeds Acting l Governor Spends Christmas At Home i Sailors Cleared' I

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11 Business Better, I Costing County .2. .'ijf.I>, In Local Holdup i

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_I ILt4.y Or Just As Good : Heavy UpkeepBesides a. rFY Of Service StationTwo

r LIZ & S k I4 The consensus of Starke merchants creating miserable r a

is that Christmas business Christmas weather, recent heavj __ Jacksonville sailors, suspected
this year was slightly better than rains have caused considerable _$it3riurrRrL of robbing the Amoco service

station here of $117 last week,
; that of 1952.
damage to the county's graded I _
1 were cleared when the station
'J1 I An informal survey made by the road system.In .
Milton Bell failed to
Telegraph this week, as merchants reviewing the situation,,
identify either of them
I as
I were taking down Christmas dec- County Clerk Charles Darby said I I had having
anything to with the robbery
orations and to
trying replenish that it was hard to estimate the

bared shelves, shows that the damage in terms of dollars and

majority of merchants believe cents. "The road crews have been The sailor suspects were being

this Christmas to be just a little thrown about three weeks behind i 1 4 "- I held by the Duval County Sheriff
.. E bias. better than last year's. schedule, and I'd say that amountsto .. : I who had located a motorcycle, believed -
Most of the merchants were $1.500 at the the ,, j to be the one used by the
ACTING GOVERNOR and Mrs. Charley E. Johns (center) stand In employing guesswork, because clerk said.. yery least ). % -. .robbers I at the Navy Base where

doorway of Elks Lodge with others assisting In annual distribution oi I they hadn't had a chance to dc The maintenance crews had | the sailors are stationed.

,Christmas baskets. Exalted Ruler Inman Green Is at left, and Phil any adding machine work. OnEI just brought a new motor grader y l II Bell who went with Sheriff P.

Vitskjr. chairman of Elks basket committee is at right storekeeper estimated his Christmas into play and were making good D. Reddish and Deputy Cecil Sew-

I business at about 20 pei headway toward getting the roads t I ell to Jacksonville Monday, said]

.,,"' .').."..".,- : f;-' cent over last year's. He attributed in shape when the last heavy deluge I that neither of the sailors was the

; his increase, in part to more! came. Soft dirt which had | one who. under pretext of getting

and better merchandise offered.A been pushed up into the middle I I a $5 bill changed, had slugged

few of the businessmen said' of roads was turned into soup, him on the head and made off

they couldn't tell any difference Darby said. I with $117 from the cash register.
i between the '52 and '53 Christmas Right now, according to Darby, I According to Bell, two men believed

business, but not one of the it's still too wet to do anything I to be sailors, rode up to the

Y. stores Interviewed reported less about grading out ditches. In ,Amoco station on a motorcycle I

business. places can't i Tuesday night. Dec. 22. One of
people even get '
F Last-minute rushes were reported to the highway. zJi ; them asked to have a $5 bill

by most of the stores. One Fortunately, Darby said; the I changed While Bell was getting

f store manager said, "Judgingfrom school buses aren't running now 1 I change from the cash register, the

I the way we were overwork because of the Christmas holidays man hit him on the head with

$_ I ed vou'd think this was the best We're repairing the school broads some sort of instrument, knocking -

: Christmas business we've ever en- first, and until that's done, him out. Bell said the assail-

joyed. I couldn't stand more than it will be impossible to repairthe ant made off with about $117 from
one Christmas business period per other roads, he added. CHARLEY I j I the cash register.
AND TED JOHNS enjoyed Christ
year I Deputy Sewell says that the
mas at home last weekend and, like millions of s
local sheriff's office is still fol-

_4 Meeting CalledTo McKinney NamedTo other Americans, busied themselves with last lowing up leads on the case.

minute gift-purchasing, and wrapping The

Acting Governor took time out from his job as 'I

.Plan 1954 Beverage PostState -delhery boy" for the Elks-Lions basket dis Many I FreeholdersNot

Fair Exhibit tribution to sit on the floor at his home here 1 :

A FEW OF THE 153 BASKETS distributed on Christmas Eve are and assist 3I' Johns and daughter Markleyann, t

tainted bj- Acting Governor Johns his aide Lt. Nathan Sharron, andVJUkjr. Beverage Director J. R. with the pleasant chore: of opening cards and RegisteredWith
Mrs. Marian Howe, secretary of R f i
Hunter this week announced the gifts from Hell-wishers. X .w
the Chamber of Commerce, has
appointment of A. E. Everett AT RIGHT the Governor accepts a gift package
requested that the county agricultural ( ]) the possibility of a bond!
agent, home demonstration McKinney, Jr. of Starke as assistant of sausage and honey from a Kingsley Lake admirer 1 election coming up in the new

135 Baskets Distributed In Annual agent and representatives of the director in charge of law Constable W. F. (Happy) Cooley, who regard to the construction yearIn of a

various industries in this area enforcement. stopped by on a rainy night to make his delivery county hospital Mrs. Marian Cros

meet with her in the Chamber of McKinney takes the post formerly ((Photos by Red Keroe) _ .by, supervisor of registration, says
Joint Event By Ellis{ And Lions Commerce office at 1:30 p.m., Jan. i I there are many persons who have

5, to start preliminary work oho n held by John Stafford, whoya4 'neglected to register as freeholders
\ Bradford County exhibit for dismissed Oct. 31 on orders 2,800 Groans I and who should do so in order

'P. local. Elks. Lions and Lion. comes from the heart." the coming State Fair. Acting Governor Charley Johns. Patten Announces For ReelectionAs I l to be able to vote. In order to

eta Clubs, aided by Acting Governor Inman Green Exalted Ruler of Industries to be represented include McKinney, 31 and single, has Will Be Heard I register as a freeholder a person

Charley Johns, who served the Elks and Chairman Vitsky : Hercules Powder Co., been an investigator foe the State I must be a property owner, either

it-''delivery boy' 'combat: *! efforts -: aaJU:f.heyol.h to thgrL ,' ,. -' Humphrey:*(poJ 'Ctr;.,''Elg Bid' Raaroad"Bnd Public"Utmtfes'CGa! Wext Judge In-8th Judicial Circuit individually or jointiy.Wi. h husband

this Christmas to bring a bit Dave Wescott of Wilson and Co., Manufacturing Co., United Plastics mission for six years. MondayIt or wife.

of cheer into the homes of Bradford Cecil Webb of Dixie Lily :MillingCo. Brown Plastics, Tung Oil He has been on loan to the gov !I Mrs. Crosby also reminds per-

County's needy families. ., Lovett's Stores, Setzer's Products, Container Corp., Draw- ernor's office since Johns succed- was too good to last and Circuit Judge George L Patten sons who have previously registered -

Over 135 bushel baskets of food Stores, Koch's Drug Store, J. Abrams Tite Co., and Bradford Furniture ed to that office after Gov.McCarty's the Telegraph asks forgiveness ol f of Starke, who was appointed by in one precinct and then
and truckload of and :Mervin directorsof death. Governor Dan McCarty to fill the 3I
a large toys were Dyson Corp. all the 2,800 Bradford Count moved to another, to change their
reported delivered to needy home the Florida Survey and Poll The State Fair will run from With his parents Mr. and Mrs.A. school children ) unexpired term of the late Judge registration to conform with their

by Phil Vitsky. Christmas fund I for generous gifts and cooperation. Feb. 2 through Feb. 13. Mrs. E. McKinney, Sr., McKinneyhas for this unjoyful l A. Z. Adkins, today announced new location.

chairman.Up J. R. Wainwright Billy Noegel Howe said that the Bradford lived in Starke for the past reminder: All Bradford Count, his candidacy in Group One to succeed Persons who have never registered

for special commendation and Hugh Ingram for furnishing County exhibit would have to 20 years. schools will reopen :Monday morn himself for a full term as in this county do so aft--

were the Lionesses who, Vitsky transportation facilities. leave here on Jan. 31 in order to ingJan.. 4, after a two-weeks Circuit Judge of the Eighth Ju er residing in the county may for six

said, displayed such outstanding Mrs.: Marian Howe, Eugene get set up in time. i dicial Circuit which is comprisedof :
New OES Officers vacation. and in the state for one
teamwork In gathering up and delivering Howe, Mrs. E. L. McKnight, Mrs. She said that all motels and I Alachua Baker Bradford. Gil- i
We knew It year. Those desiring to register
so many toys on such Snellen, of the Welfare Board restaurants having literature they Installed all along (and sc I christ Levy and Union Counties. (,
TuesdayIn did ), but may contact Mrs Crosby in the
we official
short notice. Mrs. Jessie Chastain. County Commissioner wanted distributed at the fair on you got confirmation Since his appointment on May 1

Commenting on the part play. I from Hampton} Mrs.I Tourists Day should have materialin Impressive RitesNew of this grim fact from I 18, 1953 Judge Patten has con- office of clerk of the circuit court.
Supt. H. P.
ed b) Acting Governor Johns i in I Pauline Torode, Lorenzo Green, J. her hands before Jan. 31. Morgan this week. ducted a regular term of court

the project. Vitsky said: "It's certainly R. Kelly, Robert G. Green, Jerome officers for the year 1954 He said that classes would defi- in each of the counties comprisingt Dr. Middleton

great to think that in spiteof I Johns Irvin Robbins, Steve E L. Wilkerson nf Starke Chapter 224 Order of''I'' nitely resume this coming Mon Circuit.

the bad. rainy weather, a man Simmons, T. A. Yawn and J. D. the Eastern Star, were installed day, and that, barring any further Immediately after his appointment Awarded Pin
rainfall, school I
so wrapped up in politics, so high Doyle, Esquire of the Elks Lodge. Tuesday evening in impressive I would I Judge Patten arranged: a

up in rank and title, can take The Woman Club, the Ministerial Rites Monday ceremonies held in the Masonic picking encounter no children.real difficulty"We in, I schedule whereby he sits in Gainesville Dr W. E. Middleton has been

time out and lay aside the digni- Association. Vaughan, Temple.The up were on Tuesday of each week and
I able to the schools in awarded a gold key by Sewannee
fied routine of his position to re I James Edgar, who played the The Lawtey community was chapter room was beautifully open September conducts hearings in the other University m
I after recognition of his
member those needy folks, as he I j part of Santa Claus, and all Elks, saddened by the death of one of this A unusually heavy r counties of the Circuit where it
decorated for occasion. I rains the superintendent said, fifty years as an alumnus of that
approaches their bumble homes Lions and friends who contributed its older lifelong residents and ;meets the convenience of parties
I I striking arrangement of Prof. "and I am sure we'll be able to da'I I I fhis high office fairly and impartially institution.The .
with a basket of food, a few wordsof and lent a hand to the worthycause. well respected citizens on Christ 'and their attorneys. ,
before .
I Sergeant camellias was placed it this time." to the best of my ability 50-Year
cheer and a handshake that I mas Day. Elisha L. Wilkerson, 78 I, I In announcing his candidacy pin was presented
the Worthy Matron's station. So that's it, kids. It's back to 1 I being fullv conscious of the great 13 Dr. Middleton at the Midnight
died suddenly at his home as a Judge Patten said: "Since
and a basket of poinsettias stoodin the books on Monday, Jan. 4.VlSh I my ap- -nrmsibilities of this high office." Communion Service in St. Mark'sEpiscopal
Santa Stays Anonymous result of a coronary occlusion. the West. Subdued lightingwas we could join you.Merchants. as Circuit Jude of the Judge Patten is 44 years of age Church on Christmas
| Mr. Wilkerson was bom May Eighth Judicial Circuit, I have de-
supplied bv a number of floor I lAnd is married to the former Mary Eve: The presentation made
I was
20, 1876 in Bradford County the voted my entire time tn the discharge -
lamps and table lamps placed at Canova of Starke and has one by Rev. R. E. MacBlain who
Barbara Jean Gets Her Bicyclei !son of the late Gadsden and Vinie To Set of the duties of that office paid
vantage points. to son. George Patten, Jr.. twelve tribute to Dr. Middleton's long
Padgett Wilkerson. He spent his I the end that the high judicial
Installing officers, who conducted rears: of a'!e. Judge Patten is th career of service to this commune -
entire life in this county and was Holiday Schedule standards! vhirh! have been recog-
i I the traditional rites, were: I brother-in-law of Levy A. Canova. ity.
10-year-old Barbara Jean Day, Tampa auto dealers. engaged in farming during his n<7 e'i in this Circuit will be con-
I Verna Brice, Past Grand Patron of I tinued." I II owner and operator of Canova'sDru Also at this service a token oft
Corbin realized at least one of her Florentin Loren. of Tampa offered active years. I
I Past Grand A meeting of the Merchants ? Sfo'-e. He is member
Florida Vincent Brice, I a o
; appreciation
Christmas wishes. She now hasa a bicycle but arrangementshad Mr. Wilkerson united wth the "I have been privileged to hold presented to Mrs.
Patron of Florida: Ella Gay, Division of the Chamber of Commerce the First Baptist Church of Starke Lemuel CoLson
shiny, new bike, given to her !, already. been made with the Missionary Baptist Church earlyin i i a reRilT term of court and have from members of
has been scheduled for Starke Rotarv Club and is
Grand Instructor, District Eight: a the
hy an anonymous donor from Bartow donor for a bike. life and remained a faithful presided at several trials in Brad- congregation in recognition of
I Marv Laura Johnson Past Grand Jan. 6, at 7:30 p.m., in the court Mason. He was graduated fromthP. her
Bartow.A Judge Yawn, who received the member until his death. He was i ford County since my appointment! many years of faithful service
I Marshall and Ima Williams. Act- house. ', University of Florida Law as church
recent feature story in the I money in behalf of the Corb'acid one of the oldest members of the : and I wish to express my sincere organistDixie
one Grand Organist C. A. Futchacted Purpose of the meeting, which School in 1933 and opened an of-
Bar- i that the funds had been Lawtey Masonic LiOdge, not only appreciation to the officials and
Tribune stated that l
Tampa Worthy Patron in the all Starke merchants are invited fice in Starke in July of that year
bara Jean had two Christmaswshes turned over to Mrs. Dolly Corbin, in age, but also in tenure of membership as and citizen of Bradford County for the I Lily Quartet
I absence of that officer. urged to attend, is to deter where he engaged in the general
and Bu-bara Jean's mother, to buy in the organization. splendid cooperation extended me .
-- one for daddy store
mine hours and To Be
holidays for of Heard In USO
one for a bicycle. I clothing and necessities. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. New officers installed were: 1954. as one of their Circuit Judges." practice law.

Her daddy, Bob Corbin is serv- Yawn had copies of letters that Flora Griffis Wilkerson. Lawtey, Vermont Novotny, W.M.; J M.Pistrunk. Also, a new chairman for theo e i "I am asking the voters of Bradford Prior to his appointment Judge Thursday, Jan. 7

ing a life imprisonment term at he and the Corbins had written three sons, Lloyd Wilkerson, U W.P.; Gladys Odom Merchants Division will be elected and the other five counties in Patten was City Attorney for the

Raiford for a murder which he thanking all contributors and well S. Air Force MacDill Field; and A.M.; Daniel Harley A.P.; Cl I Bob Kite is the present chair the Circuit to do me the honor municipalities of Stark, Lawtey The popular Dixie Lily Quartetwill

says he did not commit and at wishers. John and Ha':J Wilkerson, both Harley. Secretary; Irma Buford, man. of electing me for a full term as Hampton and Brooker and was a present a concert of spiritual

least one prison official believes I Maybe by next Christmas BarI of Lawtey; five daughters, Mrs. Treasurer; Edna Prevail. Con i their Circuit Judge. Iill con- Director of the Florida League ofMunicipalities. music In the USO Thursday night

him to be innocent. I I bare Jean will have her other wish I.Lacy Griffis, Mrs. Lillie Carter, ductress; Helen Glasgow AC.: tinue to discharge the duties of j I II II Jan. 7, at 7:30 o'clock. Their appearance -
'granted.I j and Mrs. Lula Whitfelt of Max I Pearl Hernwall. Organist; Evelyn New Auto LicensesOn here is sponsored by the

Argosy Magazine's famous Mrs. Victoria Monds Wise, Chaplain; Louise Kite, Marshall I young people of Pine Level Baptist
I I wills, Sale January 4 Plant
Com oi Last hesort has become J Verdie Warden O. City Shipping Two Are Called For
and Mrs. Polly Prevatt of Law : ; i I Church.

interested in the case and is 717 Persons Dead tey; one brother, John Wilker O. Webb. Sentinel: Annie Morgan. Automobile and truck tags for Early StrawberriesIn January Induction Tickets are now on sale at Joe

currently conducting an investi- ;:In Holiday MishapsA son and two sisters, Mrs. ElishaGriffis Adah: Ruth Mitchell Ruth; Mildred -,1954 will go on sale in the countytax i 'Starling's store, Driggers Furniture
County T. A. Yawn
gation. Judge ,
I and Miss Martha Wilkes. SI. John. Esther; Eva Gen collector's office Monday, Jan. spite of recent cold weather, I Two members will be induct Co. and Conner Bros. In-

who is firmly convinced of Corbin's fearsome total of 717 persons :son all of Starke; 23 grand chil- I try Martha: Lucy Finley Elects 4. strawberry shipments have started I into the armed forces through r surance Agency.
innocence, has volunteered
I died in accidents (523 of them and five great grand childrenFuneral A courtesy was given for the In this I| in a small way at the Plant
his services and id now investigating jdren making announcement. !Local Board 18 on January 5.
killed by automobiles) during the services were held I retiring Worthy Matron, Verdie I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said City auction market. Ninety-one Cong. Matthews -
the matter. weekend Futch bv h- officers, who crates were sold last week, They are Franklin Elliott Kitler10f
1953 Christmas just past. Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clockat presented that prices were the same last com-[
A s a result of the Tribune, And the nation faces another the graveside in Long Branch her with a gift II year, except for heavy trucks ,manding a fancy price of around Jacksonville, a white registrant, Back For Session

story, a contributor who was very heavy-travel holiday period at the Cemetery with Rev. John Hersey : This meeting was open to the !.(over 5,000 pounds). The cost I $18 per crate. i who volunteered for immediate induction

careful not to reveal his identity end of this New Year weekend. officiating. Masonic rites were public and a large number of of thesetags has increased from I R. N. Beville former manager f and Julius Carroll Chandler Congressman D. R (Billy)

sent little Barbara Jean a bicycle Fires claimed 83 lives duringthe conducted by members of the visitors attended. of the Brooker market, is currently Matthews of the 8th District announces -
$1 to $1.10 I
bike per cwt. of Starke (colored) a regular that his Gainesville office
from Bartow. The sent
was 78-hour period from 6 p.m. Lawtey and Starke lodges F. &: Following the installation, refreshments Kelly said that in charge of the Plant City
tag purchasers inductee. is closed effective December
to Mayor J. R. who
Christmas Eve until midnight Sunday A. M. Interment was in the church of fruit cake and should bring with them their 1953 auction.
delivered it to the little girl Dec. 27. Another 111 succumbed cemetery under the direction of coffee were served. Three men will be called for 31. The Congressman is return..
tag registration cards, or, if the ing to Washington to for
have in from
Letters poured to such mishaps as falls, 'DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. The of the pre-induction examination on Jan. prepare
regular meeting registration card C of C
is unavailable, BanquetSet I
well-wishers to the Corbins and suffocation the opening of the second session
drowning, hunting accidents Pallbearers were D. B. Harley will be held Monday, Jan. 7.
chapter their title
I' certificates along with the 83rd
of Wednesday
Judge Yawn. There have been and others. I For Congress on
cash contributions too. H. C. Harley, L. H. Futch, A. C. 4, at 8 o'clock in the MasonicTemple. the '53 tag number. Tuesday The local board leas announcedthe Jan. 6.Matthews.
some I I But auto traffic, as usualas,, Pearce, W. P. Kemp, and P. L "It isn't for them to
necessary stated that the
names of four
Lucian chairman of the
A money order in the amountof by far the most perilous feature of Dinkins, Sr.CARD. Conner
bring both card and
registration ;: J954 Chamber of Commerce membershipdrive Selective Service Eugene !ia cordially invited to write or call
$18.50 was ,sent from Taylor the holiday season. The recorded registrants:
Singing ConventionThe title certificates Kelly said 'bu : him at his Washington office after
Steen president of the Tampa 522 dead did not include OF THANKS announced that a Winfield Hall, Gordon Tol-
many if they will" bring one or the other,.\kicfeoff'breakfast wm.1)e.held the first of the year. The Washington *
Unit Retired and Veteran Railroad who will die of injuries within We wish to thank our many Bradford-Union Singing it will aid us immeasurably. 8:30' o'clock dert Evans, Mack MsGee (negro), address Is 1320 New House

Employees. This representeda the next few days or weeks. The friends who were so kind to us Convention will meet Sunday, Jan. The tax collector said that, to Tuesday morning Grin.at and Edward Cummings (negro). Office Building, and the public Is

collection taken up among members -(I traffic toll was higher than the during the loss of our home by "s at 2 p.m. at Sardis Baptist date. 4,285 53 tags had been sold:I in the Guidon Anyone having information as reminded that all letters and calls
of this organization. estimate + Plans for the 54 drive
of 510 made National launching
the :
by fire. May God's richest blessingsbe I Church, Worthington Springs. All I by his office and that he expects I to the whereabouts of these registrants during the coming year should be
Two $2 checks were received I.I I Safety Council but no I with each and every one of you.Mrs. persons interested in gospel sing I about the same number will be, win be made at that time, Conner is urged to notify the sent to that address since the
from Dick Albritton and Lonnie I I
statistical records were broken.
S. R. Clark and family. ing are invited. sold in 1954. said. local board. I Gainesville office will be closed.

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BRADFORD Guy Fngo Vondee Durrence and

EDITOR t A. .: Too BRANCH :Albert Smith. Interment was in

COUNTY Long Branch Cemetery. Key Mc-

VIEWPOINT ) Cabe funeral home in charge.
PUBLISHER by Mrs J. L. Strickland
TELEGRAPH "-* &&* > 2 Many We were more than pleased to

r and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAA be able to attend church last

I law, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eng-
TubbU every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida under Leslie Micelle Griffis land, were good enough to takeus

the Aet of March 3, 1879. ; MishapsOn We were grieved again a few to church one more time andit
days ago when Mr. Strickland was
. really seemed good to be with
the old crowd again. Perhaps we
: a departed friend of long stand-
will be able to attend sometimes
In Mr. Strickland had
ing. fact
when mother's health permits

What Kind Of Year Was 1953 ? Hiways known Leslie better known as one of us attending. We were toJ
Lex Griffis all of his life. He i late for Sunday School but the S.

was well known and as far as we
S. register showed 44 in Sunday
; And in know all who knew
was loved by
In future years if some ambitious soul should undertakethe a School, and 30 Bibles brought
him. Lex 52 of and
was years age
task of writing a history of Bradford County and asked { had lived his entire life near Max- Vondee Durrence will be or-2

"What kind of year was 1953?", wa believe that we could Homesfreakish ville. He was the son of Mr. and dained to the ministry at the
o'clock Sunday afternoon in
answer without qualms of conscience that it was a good IT Mrs. Westberry Griffis. We under- Long Branch Church.

year a year that saw Starke and Bradford County con- stand he had been sick just a short Johnnie Mae Strickland, Char-

tinue the steady and substantial growth that has completely time, and died in St. Luke's hos- lene and.Cuyle Wilkinson calledon

co-founded Calamity Janes who predicted a "ghost town" pital in Jacksonville: :Monday morn- the W. B. England family, aijso -

future for this community following the closing of Camp Bradford County's good record of highway safety in 1952 wa spoiled by a series ing of last week, the funeral was I the Stricklands, Sunday afternoon -

Blanding at the end of World War II. of tragedies early in 1953. In the space of a few weeks five persons (Fred Wimpy, Thursday, Dec. 24. at 2:30 p.. m.I for a few minutes.

It was a year with some bad aspects, of course. The main Graham; James Columbus Crews and Rex Other Crews, Tampa: Shirley Jean in sonic Long rites Branch were Church.impressiveand The Ma- I Grace and Francis Lang, also

"fall guy" seemed to be the Bradford County farmer who Dobson and Frank Hutchison, Lake Butler) lost their lives on highways in this inspiring. Mr.very Griffis was a I Gertie Faircloth, called on Mrs the

county three of them at railroad crossings. Later in the Mrs. Rachel Bowu- Englands Sunday afternoon
from combination of adverse weather conditionsand year
a member of F. and A. M., Bald- Corbett from N. C. attended -
Ing and Roy R. killed in auto accident Jacksonville. Other Charles
King were an near accident
aS falling prices. win Lodge and Scottish Rite her Uncle Leslie Griffis's funeral -
r -, included W. II. Rosier, accidently shot on a hunting trip last January; and
bodies. He is survived by his wife,
accidents five with home
Then too, there were too many tragic I spent Christmas
Joseph E. Rhyne of Jacksonville, killed by a stray bullet while searching for a lost Rena Griffis, his parents Mr. and
persons met death on this county's highways; two Bradfordites I folks and returned home Sunday
dog near Camp Blanding rifle range. Two negro children and one aged negress were I Mrs. Westberry Griffis, and a son, Faircloth's daughter Kate
lost their lives in an out-of-county accident ; three per- Gertie
burned to death in Reno shanty fires last month. i Westberry Griffis III, all of Max- I with Gertie an*
sons were burned to death in shanty fires; and hunting accidents spent Saturday

cost the lives of two others. I ville.Pallbearers were Jack and Ar- other relatives at Clay Hill.
But 1953 was also an eventful year that saw a nativeson Weather Added to Troubles Sunday and attended services atl I Marion. Wilkinson Christmas of with St. Mary'3Ga. home
I the First Baptist Church in the Tallahassee were dinner guests of spent
of Bradford County Charley( E. Johns elevated to i I Hill.
I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Arwood Mon- folks at Clay
the Governor's chair following the untimely death of Dan .. '..JII evening I Lang the weekend
:;: spent
-i .. I W P. Kemp Jr.. who has just day evening.Mr. j
McCarty. Whether or not the Acting Governor can be a 1'0* : ''in Macclenny with' friends
returned froth a period of militaryservlI'e and Mrs. I. J. Manning of j
candidate for the final two years of the McCarty term has I I in Europe, is spending a Macclenny were Christmas dinner I Lottie and Gloria Starling and

not been determined, but it WAS certain that he would continue I furlough here with his family.He Uests of his sister. Mrs. Effie I Lillian Padgett and two children

I to fill the Governor's chair through 1954. Bradford will go to Austin, Texas in ,Boatwright. spent Christmas Eve and ChriSt-

County long known for its ability to place its sons in high I January for a new assignment. Mrs. Alice Austin has returnedto mas Day in Jacksonville with the
political I office, had now by the hand of fate reached FloYd Kemp, who is stationed at II her home in Daytona Beach Leonard Harrise. Mrs. Harris isLottie's
..... .. I daughter. Earl and D B
Atlanta, is also spending the holidays -
top. several days with
I after spending
Charley E. Johns Lang spent Christmas with horiie
Likewise significant in 1953 was the continued shift of I-t Sr with his father W. P. Kemp, her sisters, Mrs. Hattie Darley folks at Clay Hill, returning to
Sworn In As and Miss Prescott. Mrs. Austin
I Bradford County from a predominently agricultural economyto Guests of the P. L. Dinkins Sr. Tampa Saturday. Charles Lang
one in which industrial payrolls soon exceed farming. was, accompanied by her son, returned to
Acting GovernorTo may family during the holidays included Tampa with them

Top news story of the year was the announcement by the .:' Mr. and Mrs. Paul DinkinsJr I I Alonzo. .I leaving his wife' Francis with his.

Charley E. Johns went the E. I. duPont de Nemours Company of its second ilmenite *r,.' : of Anthony and Mr. and Mrs. i I Mr. and Mrs. Gould Brown cl I parents the Richard Langs.
: Oneonta, Y. and Mr. and Mrs.
unique distinction of being mine for this area. The new plant, costing an estimated ," Horace Cox and Miss Adel Dink- I I The Christmas program at Eb-
Theron Davidson and small ,,
sworn in as President of the $3,000,000, is now under construction just north of Lawtey ,... ins of Jacksonville. ..1 enezer Church was well attended
Kim, spent the Christmas holidays'
Florida State Senate and as Together with the Trait Ridge mine they will employ around Mrs. Agnes Swanbom, Miss here with Mr. and Mrs. Albert F.. and we were informed that behavior

Florida's Governor during Dorothy Swanbom and Arthur ,( was excellent. Maybe the
Acting 500 persons with an annual payroll in excess of a Brown. This was a unique affair
Swanbom were dinner guests of on s who used to be so rowdy at
the same ear I
) dollars. las
it isn't often that four generations -
the Carl Hernwalls in Starke last gatherings of this kind have decided -
Still unsettled as 1933 rings Also contributing to the bright industrial l picture was the Sunday.Mr I of a family so widely separated -i to be more civilized and
out L> whether or not the Act- get together for a hondayvacation. .
moving during 1953 of the Hercules Powder Company maintenance and Mrs. Richard Bennett act better than formerly.Mrs. .

lag Governor can be a candidatefor : shops from Brunswick, Ga. to Starke. Another en- There were Mr. Brown; I I J. L. Strickland
Still unsolved Is Bradford of water suchas Jr. and children and Harry Last- and W. B.
County's problem excess
of the his Gould Brown his
the last two son. and
years couraging note is the expansion of the Big Dad Manufacturing England In
that above ', inger all of Daytona Beach were I were Starke on busyneaa
McCarly term. Since he was pictured covering an east-of-Starke road during a flash,'' daughter, :Mrs. Davidson, and her I
Co. factory here, currently under way. Christmas guests of Mrs. Hattie Monday.
that flood last fall. One school of thought believes additional underground son Kim. From all appearancesthis
member of the legislature
a Darley and Miss Sinia Prescott. Miss Shirley Carter, daughterof
the Governor's salary, Starke, at long last, is attracting industry. One industry wells In Sampson Lake will solve the problem. Others maintain canals was a happy gathering.
raised I Harry is also spending this week Mr. and Mrs. Jim
leads to another. The future looks bright for a balanced Mr. and Mrs. Shuford of Carter
the Court will haveto should be opened up to take water through Sampson Lake and on Phillip
Supreme i with relatives here and at High-
agricultural-industrial in Bradford County. into Hastings spent several days last at Tampa working in one or the
determine whether or not he economy Santa Fe River. This Issue has been debated for years while land. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennettof

Is eligible. Bright also is the future of U. S. Highway 301, the main east Starke suffers In rainy times. August of 1953 was the wettest West Palm Beach were also week with his mother Mrs. J. S. fruit packing houses.

BraOey 04ham. defeated 1933 artery of tourist travel through Bradford County. It was on record with a rainfall of 17.95 inches recorded at Camp Blanding.LAWTEY Christmas dinner guests of her Shuford 'Sr.Sunday Card of Thanks
of Mrs. Effie
candidate and State Senator recently announced that the traffic count on this important mother, Mrs, Darley.Mr. guests We, the O'Steen family, woulu*
Boatwright included Mrs. Cynthia
highway now warrants four-laning and Bradfordites are vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvm Jacksonville spent Christmas with and Mrs. Burnell Wilkersonof like to thank each and every one
Collins have already an-
Leroy Daniels, Mrs. Douglas and Mrs.
nounced their candidacy for the confident that Acting Governor Johns will do what he can !her father, A. M. Blanchard. Pouth Florida sIlent the Christmas Pearce, all of Jacksonville; Floyd who have been so good 10 us in
Mr. and Mrs. B.
i \ Hugh Ingram holidivs with hill ,
post. while in office to put this highway into condition to carry were dinner guests of his mother. I parents Kemp of Atlanta, and his father, verv wav. and the different'
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson.
Acting Governor Johns has the ever-increasing load that is demanded of it. I Mrs. Carrie Ingram in Starke on I W. P. Kemp, Sr.; the W. P. KempJr. churches who have not forgottenthe
by 'L. II. Futcb1AAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. S C. Harley and son. Bud, I
told local friends' he feels sure Of course 1953 brought its disappointments, also. At Christmas Day. I were dinner gu sts of the H. C. family; and Irs. Susie Daniels.On sick and needy. We would like

he will be allowed to year's end, two of our greatest needs additional housingand i A A A A.. *.:" Mrs. A. H. Harley returned Harley family Tuesday. Tuesday afternoon of last to be able to thank each and-evety

run.'l a public hospital were still unfulfilled. Two housing.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and ,I home on Sunday from a visit with Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr. spent week Frank Mrs Wells Effie entertained:Miner and Mrs.the on' personally, but that is Im-

projects were announced during the year and seemed assured, I Drew Reddish Sr. of Starke were ]relatives in Jacksonville. She several days this week with relatives ladies of the Methodist WSCS with tv' sible. We would like to be remembered -

[ -1 J but both due to the many complications involved in get- 'recent guests of J. H. Moore was accompanied by the Nelson I in Jacksonville.
the annual Christmas tree. each
in and every one'snrayers
: ting houses under way today fell through before the first Ernest Wells and Jack Wainwright Blocker family who were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starlingand or this week
of Mrs. Louis H. Hill |I Tuesday Mrs for we know that God is
I rusts
unit was built. But even now there is a glimmer of hope on of Ft. Jackson, S. C. spent children of Avon Park and I Bryant Reddish entertained ladies
Guests of Mrs V. R Reddish the who and
only one can restore
this horizon and efforts are being made to secure a suitable the hQlidays with their respective Mr and Mrs. Willis Starling and |of the First Baptist Church with
during! the Christmas season included -
tract of land inside the city limits that the Federal Housing parents here..Chnstmas Mrs. Rov Reddish I' -h-h-en of Whitehouse spent from I their annual Christmas tree. supply our every needs. Again we
4t guests of the C. F.I I Mr. and would like to "Thank
with relativesn
Sunday to Tuesday say. you.
Administration will committments
y issue on. and Mr and Mrs Bobby Reddish 'I ( However this also included a
Carters included Mr. and Mrs. : '
i The county hospital project, which looked so promising Frank Sweat of Jacksonville and ill of Webster: Mrs. Joy McGhee the Lawtey area. snend-the-day party with a cover- I and may God bless each and every
I. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of ed dish luncheon at the noon hour. ione.." The O'Steen Family
when race track funds poured into its coffers early in 1953, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of An- and sister of West Palm Beach;

received a setback late in the year when bonding companies thony. and Mrs. Nellie Osteen of Tampa. I! j I J1'; 4Y& .'jf.: aHOLIDAY '. ', I

announced that certificates could not be sold without a Christmas dinner guests of the Mr. and Mrs. Felmon Redd andj: o-

referendum vote by the county's freeholders. It is believed T. L. Wainwrights Included Mr. 'children were weekend guests of I ,
.' L. L. and 'hpr narents. Mr. and M's. O. J. \
Mrs. Wainwright
that this obstacle can be overcome, but it means further I I
.. --:. children of the State Farm; Mr. Phillips returning to their home'in
for this
:' delay important project, regarded by many as
: -. and Mrs. Dan Wainwright and Macon. G*. on Monday SPECIAL !
'. .." Bradford County's No. 1 need.
., children and Mr. and Mrs. Doc Macs!'! F,1i7I11l'th Terry visited

.' Offsetting these disappointments, however, were the Wainwright and children, all of .,1'tfh'P'l!' in Tat1..h'I"1' fN\M Tiipaeav -

unmistakable signs of progress in Starke where voters last Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. James to Satunlav of last weak

September approved a special act of the legislature, extend- Wainwright of Mflbpurne! and Gap wav'cenm', niAl'l hnme bv her

ing the city limits and more than doubling the area. and Jack Wainwright 6t''t: Jackson, ..istp". Mr J. p. Wvrick. and Mr

? 1 population of this municipality. This action is bound to S. C. Mrs. Daisy Liphara and Mr. Wvric1 who spent the weekend LADIES .

have a stimulating effect on housing here, making many and Mrs. Leslie Lipham of Dade with friends and relatives TuesI here I

reasonably priced lots available to would-be home-builders. City were ,also visiting there in fnrnSng to Tallahassee on

the afternoon. Sunday was also a have heard about
Progress was again demonstrated by Starke when rev- day.Mr. you ,
gala day for the family when the pmt Mrs. L'"lie Phillips of

enue certificates in excess of $100,000 were issued for the members again assembled for a Gainesville snent the holiday vacation -

purpose of additional city paving and the extension of water family dinner. This time at the i with relatives in Lawtev
and sewer lines. This program is now getting under way home of Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had THIS NEWMAGIC ,

and should be largely completed in 1954. at the State Farm. The .> delightful hoiidiv experience in I

H. C. Wainwright family of Law- the form of a Ion? distance telo-
The Farmer In addition to the city-financed street paving program,
both occasions.Mr. ,<'eTtirn with their son
on *bone
tey was present cor
the State Road Department has announced that it will con- ..
Mrs. Frank Jones and Flat'o d in CHEF
and T Had It ToughThe tinue a program of improvements here. Call and Walnut of Uncle
children Maxine and Tommy Okinawa in the service of
Streets are soon to be widened through the business section were visiting in
man with the hoe In Keystone Heights
and on to the old city limits, and the widening of State Road Lawtey Sunday afternoon Sam.Mr. .Tnvrp Fu..h and dlll1011ter.
Bradford County (symbolized
100, along Madison Street, is also in the mill. Guests oLlhe G. W. Roberts dur- Mary Julia were business visitorsto I
above by the late T. M. Williams RANGE
) had It tough in 1933. Another significant step taken in 1953 was the appoint- ing the holidays included Mr.. and I. Jacksonville on Monday .

The significant from ment of a Zoning Board to undertake the necessary and al- :Mrs. G. W. Roberts Jr. of Savannah Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas MODEL 26-P
year was Ga.; Miss Carolyn Wyllys of I and son of HenderKmvl'e. N. C
j ready too-long-delayed task of adopting planning and zoningi
the farming standpoint becauseIt and
Whitnell her
Mrs. Pearl holiday guests of par-
Hastings: were
regulations for the city. It has been announced that this
strawberries, once the i all! of Monte
saw Monso and J. P. Tatum. "ts Vr and Mrs. W F f
board will meet with the Council in COMPLETELY
county's main cash crop, topple City early new year Deland; and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon \frs p Aher Andrews of Jackson-

from first to fifth place a* a with a view to starting on this vital project. I Silcox and son, David, of Starke. ville also spent Christmas with \

money producer In 1933. At The commercial growth of Bradford County is borne out; I Mrs. Steve Starting and children he* parents. INSTALLED

Christmas dinner; guestsof Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Prevatt were
present an Intensive study teunderway statistics released that the which were
by recently showing rate at l I Mr
Lake and the
to determine why relatives in City. in Ocoee for Christmas
new businesses are being established in this county is well 1 l Starling spent the day in Jackson- bolidavs Mrs. Prevatt's motherMrs. onlyThis
strawberries have quit producing
above the level of the nation as a whole. ville with his father who is sick. Silas Brown. is seriously ill 16O
as heavily as they once
Mrs. Mae Wells and son. Ernest. there. We hope she will soon be
did In this area. The farmers'new There were many more encouraging signs in 1953 that were in Orlando for Christmas well again.

hope in this year seems to make us look forward with confidence to the new year, but t with :Mrs. Wells' daughter. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey are I
beautiful Chef
be bell pepper, an easily grown these are some of the most outstanding. Apparently, the Jack Bales. and family.Mr. I spending the holidays with his is Magic gas range
crop that sated the day for and Mrs. L. H. Futch were I parents. >fr and Mrs. Casey Sr., specially priced during our Holiday i
real significance of 1953 that during its 12 months the
was It
Special. brings you top performance
many last season. Increased visiting relatives in Middleburg in Auburndale. I
foundation laid for continued and accelerated i ir I plus long-lasting dependablility. -
acreage of pepper b predicted was growth I Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Edgar

for the 1954 season.NATIONAL 1954. Agnes Swanbom and I Wilkinson during the holidays! included has so many exclusive features. PLUS YOUR OLD RANGE I

c -- --- I daughter. Miss Dorothy Swan- her parents. Mr. and Mrs. such as the Red Wheel oven heat
had nine men and officers to grad- tend various radio clerk and I with Mott of Brooker and her burner J
] born entertained a special INewn regulator-the on-piece top .
GUARD uate from Army Service Schools. f mechanics courses in 1954, Capt. hrother Marshall Mott of the U. S.
dinner honoring
I Christmps Day I units-large fully oven as low as $6.93. per month I
These included: Lt. Rodney P. Ingram said. Navy and who is stationed in
NEWS NOTESHq Arthur Swanbom who is enjoyinga I Swing Out-Broiler plus
I II Hall, and Lt. Randal F. Chitty. I The unit basketball team has and California.Mr. many i
I furlough with his mother I others. See this and other MAGIC One Tank Gas FREE
from the Associate Infantry Of- scheduled with units in i
Bn. I games Edward and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of
&: Hq Co., 2nd 124th sister. Mr and Mrs.
Inf. will hold its first drill of the ficers Course; SFC George Wink- '1 Jacksonville and the surroundingarea. j Whelan were spend-the-day guestsof Starke were guests of their daughter CHEF specials today. :

new year on Monday Jar 11. No ler and SFC Frank Dryden from A battalion basketball the Swanbom family. Mrs. Charles Dinkins. and ,

drills were held during the holiday -' the Leadership Course:; SFC Billy(tournament will be held in Marchi Members of the Tom Tatum famil" on Christmas Eve and attended -

season. Dansby and Sgt. Joe Warren from if present plans develop. family were vacationing in Miss- the Christmas program at

"We have had a good year in the Communications Chiefs Course; I Although enlistments in the issippi and Alabama during the I the Methodist Church. CENTRAL FLORIDA i iGAS

1953" Capt. Hugh B. Ingram. CpL J. E. Norman and J. E. Tom- company have been good in recent holidays.Mr. I Mrs. Jack Strickland and chil- iI

company commander reports. 'The I linson from 'administration clerks\ months, Lt. Chitty, recruiting and Mrs. G.Y.. Roberts I dren of Jacksonville were dinner

training has been excellent and course; Cpl. Edward A. Winkler officer, points out that there are were dinner guests of relatives at j guests of Mr and Mrs. Percy

orate high." He points with prideto from the cooks course; and Chief still openings for several more Live Oak on Sunday, and attended Griffis on Christmas Day.
the substantial growth of the Warrant Officer A. L Crosby Jr. I men. "We expect to have a full I 1 Charlie Miller of Gainesville is !
I the funeral of Mrs. Nan L. Perry
company since it was reactivatedon from the Unit Administrators I company when we leave for sum-i I who was Mrs. Roberts' aunt. visiting his mother, Mrs. Daisy \ & APPLIANCE CO.E E
Course at the Adjutant Qenerals next June," Lt
field training Button
Nov. 19, 1948 with two of- jmer I I :Miss Arthurine Blan"hard of
ficers and nine enlisted men. At School Ft. Benjamin Harrison (;Chitty said. Mrs. Lou Griffis scent Christ-

present the company strength Is Indianapolis Ind. CWO Crosby j Men recently enlisting in the I II' Charley G. Norman.: Vernon L.Testen mas with her daughter, Mrs. Joe 149 W.CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

eleven officers, one warrant of- I attended this school from Nov. 4 company are Stanley H. Clark, !! Johnnie J. Cowart, Stephen Fri o. and family in Jacksonville. \

fl"*r, and 76 enlisted men. to Dec. 18.Several I'Garv Garner. Charles B. Kelly, '.I E. Kelley. Tommy F. Griffis. !I. Mrs. Ethel Griffis and children

During the past year the unit members plan to at 'Louis A Mann, Thomas L. Moore and Sgt. Vernon E. Sapp. )f Raiford visited relatives her ,


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Conrad Letsch a Bradford Soil and rye. Eustace said he was I
Conservation District cooperator, going to plant the rye in the Business i3 J J
stopped me in front of the post damper spots and 'oats on the I
office the other day and remarked higher areas. :
about the grazing he is getting
W. H. Buckhannan, Soil Con-
from Pangola grass he let maturein I II
the field. "The rain preventedme servation Service Survey Super- ,
from making hay so I Just let visor for North Florida, visited j jI I
the farms of Howard Waits, N. jI
the grass grow and now I'm keep jI I
ing my cows In good shape on this G. Hayes, and Austin Fender. Mr. '
grass and a little cotton seed meal, Buckhannan states that our main I
salt and mineral mix," he said. problem in Bradford Soil Conservation -
"This mixture gives the cows an District is land use. He
that the basic physical ob- !
appetite and they will eat the I
mature grass." jective of the Soil Conservation II
Service is "The use of each acre
Q. T. Lyons who came down of agricultural! land within its
from Ind&r and is living on C. capabilities and the treatment of
A. Shelley's place located tour! each acre of agricultural land in -
miles out the Keystone Road, is accordance with its needs for pro- --
going to do the same thing as tection and improvement.The IMEN'S

Mr cola*Letsch Bahia.only Mr.he is Shelley using Pensa-had a the Board first of meeting Supervisors for 1954 for the of GABARDINE COMPLETE LINE OF ENDICOTT JOHNSON

few cows on his pasture this sum-
mer and the grass got ahead of Bradford Soil Conservation Dis-
the cows so now there is a lot of trict will be held Thursday, Jan. SHOES FOR THE
mature grass which will winter 7, announced Chairman V. R. SUIT ENTIRE FAMILYWork
Ferguson. At this meeting a review -
the cows through with a little
of .1953 will be presented.The ,.
encouragement from some mixed
Board will lay plans for the, Shoes
1954 program which will set forth Large Selection
Eustace Kelly, whose place is conservation work needs and out- .88 ks
in the New River Section,used the line methods for getting the work ,
District's grain drill to plant oatsHAMPTON done. J $3.68 Ladies Shoes
!i 19I ,
...vn..mnn..vm.$ ; a staff of helpers including our
own Mrs.Christmas Jessie Chastain boxes to distributed the- Cord and Cork $1.48 up (if

the County.
needy throughout
This worthy project was sponsored -i I 1
And Soles $5.88
j by the Elks and Lions Clubs.
J ." Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins and I Childrens Shoes $1.CO() up ;

The members of the Christian Miss Joyce Beal spent Christmas .# : $21'88 NEOPRENE
Church had a Christmas Play exchanged -I in Miami.
gifts and had refresh- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of CUSHION INSOLE $7.44
last ments week.on Wednesday evening of I Starke Arcadia were the E.Christmas M. Prevatts dinner of BOYS SHOES M M $!3.99up

On Wednesday evening Santa'Claus guests of their parents the J. G.
Acting Governor Johns andFor Adkinses. On Sunday afternoon AllMEN'S SHOES $4.66 up
guests of the Adkins were Mr.
All Ladies D
a and Mrs. Albert :Moody and little I ressesFAMOUS'
son of New River. I W.
Mr. and :Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth i

.3. spent:Madison.the weekend with relativesin t. UMFIORT SHOES R 0 U CEO t .

i Mrs. Lettie Parker of Jackson- ville and Mrs.: Irma Whitsett of! JACKETSDrastically '.I
pair ; ..._
I Crops & Livestock Tallahassee called on old friends, $588 ,; '
here Thursday.Mr. ALL STYLES House Coats !
e r
and Mrs. Geo. Saxon en- .
Gainesville Production tertained on Christmas, Mrs. Inez. Reduced a: Reduced .
, I Credit Association Offerd of Jax, :Mr. and :Mrs. Gene' '. Greatly < I )
620 N.plain St. Birt and Holland Payne FAMOUS \, \ :'. tL to J
Gainesville, Florida Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Williamsonand $5-88 up {. .

f Sunday family with spent relatives from Thursdayto in Live I HANES S \ )( :: LOOK For Yellow ff tA'

Oak and Wellborn. Their son. 'tI.
,FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Ivan who stayed with his grand '''''' Sale Price Ticket
!mother and attends Wellborn.. .A* fIN{ : '
School returned with his parentsto ,\ .
, JUST ONE spend his vacation. Their Shorts 77c -ap
FRIGID.AIREMade I daughter, Gloria, remained for a
visit with her grandmother.: j PANTSv LADIES
only by General I
Mrs. Louise :Manier spent Mon- ..
Motors Corp. All other
I with :Mr. and Mrs
day night
Electric Refrigerators are Norman Chauncey in Jax. Undershirts57c White\ and Blue Uniforms
other companies ,
made by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade v $4.11u|
and cannot use the word were Christmas evening guests of
I Frigidaire. his sister Mrs. S. R. Wallis and!
family near Starke. Men's $ .49
'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE George I. Stich of Jackson- ISF
ville was a Thursday guest of his Undershirts 39c
? ? daughter Mrs. Verna Young and STEPHENS Shorts 49c *

boys. .
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade and 8.511"t.
Mrs. Fannie Meads visited Mr. LADIES
E. H. SMITHTenth and Mrs. F. B. Hall of Gaines- CDC

villa .Sunday evening.Mr. Pants $3.33;: } utu Handkerchiefs (Boxed,) 28c
and Temple Ave. and Mrs. W. Andrews of .k ;
Starke were Sunday callers of i \\\\1 ; f For
Starke, Fla.

:Mrs.:Mr Jessie and Mrs.Chastain.Dick Williams are i Shirts $2.55 I 4 Men & 1 lLot Handkerchiefs 4ceaBIENS
Boys MM.
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: - -._ ,: -> spending the holidays in Tampa. : }
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill were I i
Let Us Thoroughly Christmas guests in Bradenton; al-i KAKIGREYPants iS'):.....:
so visited in Lake Wales. i" ooc
,Wash Your Clothes Mrs. Jessie Chastain i \ t
9 Pounds spent Christmas afternoon and $2.55 Handkerchiefs (Boxed) M 48c
night with Mr. and Mrs. Norman S

For 40c! Foil The in J.Lake A. City.Sassers have movedto ._; i Broad Cloth Shirts
Boys $1.00
.FREE Bleach If Desired! a Hawthorne policeman.Mr. where Mr. Sasseris Shirts $1.55DUNGAREES M Girls Dresses 7 to 14 $$1.59

9 and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand
children spent Christmas afternoon Boys Wool Plaid Jackets M $4.49
We Will with :Mrs. Chastain's Cotton Panties lie
parents the Sapps in Starke. ; .
Dry Your Clothes Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williamsonand
For 20c baby of Parris Island, S. C. BOYS CORDUORY COATS
8-oz Plain Western
spent Tuesday night and Wednes- Umbrellas M M M $2.44
IB New Automatic Driers! day with her brother Wiley and 'I ttllu RlltI% 10 to 18 6 to 8

family.Mr.. .and :Mrs. U. D. Dyal had $1.88 pairWASHIXGTON $ .77 $5.55
as their Christmas guests Mr. IuiffLPIN1S Sheets 81x99 $1.59
The WasheteriaTemple and Mrs. Onard Park and chil- "
dren of Homestead, and Mr. and Hoti
Av*. Starke Mrs. Elmer Lewis and daughter. S ll<1SSOOforit.d h9M ,

i_ -IIrI their Wanda guests, of Starke.were Mr.on and Saturday Mrs. a"t.n st d.ct%(nO'OOGK !!r MEN'S HATS Pillow Cases 42x36 39c

Frank Bloss of near Starke. "Dee-Cee" White iom p0St NAMEOEAp9DpE55

COLONIALFLORIST spent worth.Miss Sunday Pat Wynn with Earlene of Graham Naz- CARPENTERSOveralls ': Wool & Felt Chenille Bed Spreads $3.88 .

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Finch and j ALL PRICE RANGES
baby of St. Petersburg spent I $3.44 l \

son's.Christmas with the W. N Jack :, -- Greatly Reduced BLANKETS 5% Wool 5f.44

FLOWERSFor Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal of the I
Farm Colony spent Saturday with MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS $1.29 --
All Occasions their daughter, :Mrs. Bruce Roark
and family.Mr. Come On In We Have Thousands Of Other
-- Bargains
PHONE 218 and Mrs. H. W. Baker and MEN'S UNION SUITS $1.79
children and Mr. and Mrs. W. W ..-

Ruth Hammond spent and Christmas daughter eve Willow and DRAWERS & SHIRTS $1.29 eaALL THE
(i) Christmas Day with the John ,
"" <" -- "
Hammond's on Crystal Lake. c- _
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskins
DISH GARDENS and boys Jimmie and Tommy of

POTTERY Alvarez Palatka, and and Vt.children and Mrs.of Charlie Starke SALES QUA Tnn HO EXCHANGES

POTTED PLANTS were Christmas guests of Mrs
Ena Nazworth and family.Mr. .
Flowers WiredAnywhere and :Mrs. Bruce Roark and FINAL ,OR REFUNDS
children Patsy and Buddy were
Christmas dinner guests at the
Nona: St. Star&e Farm Colony in Gainesville. 310 W. CALL ST.J STARK.E, FLA ''''U:2 == = '_
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Miss Rossman Weds Miss CaldwellTo St. Mark's Auxiliary I Executive BoardThe

!ri- Geo. B. Flynn Jr. Wed January 1 f fIn St. Mark's Auxiliary of the Woman's
Club executive
In Home Ceremony California Episcopal church will hold its
board will meet
t' Thursday after-
monthly meeting Monday after-
l Mr. and Mrs. Reginald S. Mc- :Mr. and Mrs. James Glover noon, Jan. 7, at 3:30 o'clock in the
noon at 3 o'clock in the Parish
Ateer of Brandon announce the Caldwell of the State Farm an- club house.HERB .
,I. marriage of their daughter, Flor- nounce the engagement and ap- House. j

Miss 1 ance Jeneva Rossman, to George proaching marriage of their .
Gladys Phone Mooty 35 r B. Flynn Jr., son of Mr. and :Mrs. daughter, Evelyn Irene (Peggy) /- '.._---j.=--=:-.-'= -." --'":.-: =::::;';-'-: -.:: .: ---=-, :', ; ,= ,"'"

George B. Flynn, Sr. of Starke. Caldwell of Ventura, Calif. to
I ... .. .. j The wedding was performed Sat- Manuel A. Garcia of Oxnard, THOMAS RESTAURANT
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urday evening at 6 o'clock at the Calif., son of Manual Garcia and
Supper Given; Baptist Circles Dukes f Flynn home with Rev. Thomas G. Mrs. Margaret Garcia Bobri, both 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301

By MethodistsFor To Meet NextVeek Mitchell, minister of the First of New York.
Methodist church performing the The ceremony will be an eventof Meals
Regular Weekly Specials
Student Group The Doris Knight Circle of the 1 double ring ceremony.The I Monday, Jan. 11, in Ventura.

Baptist WMU will meet Tuesday Weds Flynn home was attractively Fountain Service
The Methodist recreation hall night, Jan. 5, at 7:30 o'clock in decorated for the occasion in I Rotarians Enjoy
was the scene of a lovely supper
the Christmas motif and the
the Baptist educational building'l.All !
Sunday evening given by the FL Musical SPECIALSUNDAY
party other circle will meet Tues young couple repeated the vows ProgramA
WSCS honoring the college stu- ,9.
day afternoon at 3 o'clock as follows before two pedestal baskets of
dents, and service men home for : Lorena Epperson Circle at C.Guy silvered magnolia leaves and burn- delightful program of Christmas DINNERSTHOMAS
the holidays and BHS seniors and tall white music was presented at the
I home of Mrs. D. L. Thomas with ing tapers in branched
parents.The Mrs. R. A. Thomas as'co-hostess; I candelabra.The Rotary Club on Wednesday of last
hall was attractively deco- bride week by members of the High
Daisy Fowler Circle with Mrs. D. wore a two-piece
rated for the occasion in the beige wool suit fashioned School Glee Club.
L. Silcox; Ida Darby Circle with Edwards with a
Christmas motif. The buffet table Mrs. Dolvin Foreman; Dora Alder- small roll collar and pencil ilimskirt. Following a traditional practice GARAGE & SERVICE STATION
was overlaid with an Italian arrangement each Rotarian
man Circle with Mrs. Alderman; .. She wore a white felt hat, brought a gift for a I
of pine cones, pine .aa brown accessories, and a white boy or girl. These were later pre-
Helen Masters Circle with Mrs. L.D. .
needles and red candles in front
orchid corsage. sented to underprivileged children. e OPEN 24 HOURS
of which were three miniature Haines. Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Jr., the A solo by Miss Bobbie Bastedo

choir singers. bridegroom's sister, was the and a duet by Miss Bastedo and 0 EXPERT REPAIRS
:Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presi- Jr. Club NoticeThe I bride's only attendant. She worean Miss Babs Lance were highlightsof
dent of the society, welcomed the orchid suit with black acres e WRECKER SERVICE
guests and was followed by short Junior Woman's Club will aMiss sories and a yellow rosebud cor the musical program. The
talks by Rev. T. G. Mitchell and hold their group of singers was accompanied
January meeting Monday -
FLA.You .
sage.William ,
Mrs. C. L. Scholl. evening at 8 o'clock in the C. Powell served his at the piano by Miss Mary Julia

Following the supper, group I brother as best '' ._- ,. : o_ .-. < h _
man. Futch. -i- : ---4 -,. '
club house. Theme of the ._ t-- ;: #;;:: : ; ,.< _
singing was enjoyed.Mrs. program I )'. Mrs. McAteer "- --o.-'--' "'5 o '-'_ '-" ,-' caJi.; ;' _. -,,
:til- I chose for her
will be "Health" with Mrs. "
Scholl, secretary of student daughters wedding a grey suit
work for the WSCS, had .D. L. Thomas as chairman. : Velmarie Dukes, daughterof provided music during the wed- complimented a pink carna-""j

charge of arrangements.Mr. Hostesses for the evening will Mr. and :Mrs. Edgar C. Dukes ding and reception. tion corsage.
I became the bride of Curtis Guy Mrs. Dukes chose for her daugh- Mrs. Can't
Flynn, Sr. wore a I Miss
be, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, chairman navy
and Mrs. Cesar Rivera spent Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs ter's wedding, a Navy blue faille blue suit and a pink carnation
the first of the week in central i Mrs. Gene Noegel, Mrs. R. Guy Edwards Tuesday evening, ,,suit with pink and blue accessories corsage.

Florida. I'J. Silva, and Miss Doris Stewart. Dec. 22, at 6 o'clock at the homeof ; and a pink carnation corsage. :Mr. and :Mrs. Flynn, Sr. entertained I
the bride's parents. The double Mrs. Edwards wore an aqua .
-- .. -' .- -- .-- ---- -- .-. -:'. _: '_: .- ring ceremony was performed by street length dress with white an- bers of the a family reception immediately for mem- I The Dixie Lily Quartet

1 Brother Everett Williamson, min- gora trim and black accessories: following the ceremony. The dining -
S TAIL E ister of the Church of Christ. with a pink carnation corsage. room table was overlaid with!

Attractive arrangements of Following the wedding a reception Madeira cutwork cloth and centered -
white gladioli and pink rosebudswere was held at the Duke's home. I with a lovely embossed wedding -II IN CONCERT IN PERSON
RADIO TV SERVICE placed at points of interest The bride's table was overlaid I cake topped with a miniature

.. throughout the home. The young with a lovely lace cloth and cen bride and groom. I

couple repeated the marriage vows tered with a beautiful three-tiered I I Mrs. Flynn had assisting her at F
Reasonable Guaranteed 3 before an improvised altar placedin wedding cake. the e a t ur i ng
Service Burning white: reception, Mrs. J. Huston Mc-
a setting of palms, fern and in silver candelabra flanked Clane
tapers of Atlanta, Ga., who cut the
On All Makes Radios white gladioli in pedestal baskets. the cake, and
or TVIF 3 centerpiece.Miss Mrs. W. C. Powell, who
The bride, who was given in poured coffee. GOSPEL SPIRITUAL HYMNS
Joyce :Morgan poured l e e
marriage by her father, wore a
punch during the reception and I I After a short wedding trip, Mr.
sky blue Irish linen suit with and Mrs.
Miss Jackie Parker cut the wed Flynn, Jr. will make
NOT GIVING YOU rhinestone trim around the collar ding cake. their home in Tampa where Mr.Flynn : .
and carried an orchid corsage is in EnjoY 4ent For All
charge of the State
: (M. ; with satin streamers. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards are both: I Narcotics
:Miss Johnnie Frances Crews at- graduates of BHS and Mr. Ed. c
wards also attended U.. of F. Mr Mrs. Flynn is a native of Tampa -
P 198-W At Once \ tended the bride as maid of honor. and attended ,
; Hillsborough
Edwards is ] High
linen now employed will:
She suit
wore a pink com-
plimented with pink accessoriesand the National Guard at Cam{) Mr. Flynn She is is a dental assistant. ST ARK 'TJSO
a graduate
228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's'IN pink carnation corsage. Blanding. Bradford High School, the University of- I f

-- The bridegroom's brother, Ted After spending several days ir I of Florida School of Phar_
-. -. .- '. -, W. Edwards, served as best man. South Florida the young coup e< macy and the U.
y S. Treasury
Miss Frances Barry at the pian: will reside at 316 E. Madisoi 1 Agent School in Washington. THURSDAY JANUARY 7 7:30 P.M.

.-- .- '-.- .-.,- ..' _. .-- .- .. -,- .. -, -- -"".-. and Miss Yvonne Harrell, soloist street. Out-of-town : .
guests included Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. McAteer of Bran- I I
don and Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston

McClane and sons of Atlanta, Ga. {t I YOUNG PEOPLE OF PINE LEVEL CHURCH :

t : frc4i4h4'Now Legion Party Advance Sale of Tickets on Sale Now at Joe Sarings Store, C. H. ;

Well Attended I Driggers Furniture and Conner Bros. Insurance Agency.ADM. 'f

I Starke I .: ADULTS .. 60c CHILDREN35e
-- LET'SSTART is as good a time as any by Spencer and Helen Crew who ; Legionnaires and their Tax Included
ladies _
over 200 of
to start that New Year's resolution have moved to 410 Center Ed them
i list, but with another stren- Hicks, who has been stationed at gathered at the Post 56 American 1

; uous weekend looking us in the Cecil Field is leaving next week .Legion Home Tuesday night of last

"" ::. face it will probably be put off for sea duty Elva L. Stewart'snew I week for a gala Christmas party.

until a week from some Tuesday home has been started on the I The party guests brought with t

Q> ANEW -what with the Watch Night corner of Broad and Jefferson them around 200 gifts to be distributed -
among the patients at \
programs at the churches on New streets.
\ o "t1i Year's Eve and the Jr. Woman's Hope Holliday entertained her the V. A. hospital in Lake City. i I
After a delicious
club annual formal New Year's Cub Scout Den 1 at a weiner roast turkey dinner
/, As we pass another milestone of time, let's stop Eve dance at the U.S.O., where I at the Haynes cottage on SantaFe a la Herb Thomas, prizes were
raffled off and
there'll be dancing from 10 till 2 lake Tuesday afternoon of last dancing was en mtsmsa 1
just long enough for us to our sentiment joyed. A three-piece
express stringed
to the tune of the University All week Thelma! Jennings chap- ; \
of the season. Star Orchestra the family eroned teenagers Lu Green, Diana orchestra furnished dinner andI 'a '
dancing music. f a
gatherings again on New Year's Smith, and Carol Jennings at a I t

)a,! We cherish the thoughts of the fine associations Day and then, I hope, things will slumber party Monday night at cookies The Legion for the Auxiliary occasion and provided was
settle down into the regular rou- the Green's cottage on Kingsleylake

I I that have been ours and take this method of tine.Hear was quite a party, what responsible decorations for the Christmas
which included tree
the voice of Iris Jones with the power being shut off and a
V expressing, a true appreciation. replacing Hazel Griffis on the they had to cook in the fireplaceand and mantel.silver candlesticks on the

Starke telephone switchboard use candles for lights I
Hazel was married to Arthur Stevie Simmons celebrated his 11th '

Waldron in Avon Park Tuesday birthday on Christmas Eve, and ,Christmas Party T dtg
&0.- :
evening and they are making their Robbie Shaller celebrated his Enjoyed By BPWThe .

I ) home there sorry to hear that birthday Monday.

Edna Stone was taken to St. Michael J. Pickering, HM-2c, annual Christmas party of .
Vincent's Hospital on Tuesday fora sailed on Tuesday from Long the Starke BPW Club was heldI

possible operation Eddie,. Beach, Calif. aboard the USS I Tuesday, Dec. 14, at the home of tlOW available! { !
Hartmann is leaving Friday for Menard transport after being sta- I Mrs. Marie Houpt. Co-hostesae*

Chicago to attend the Furniture, tioned at the G.C.S. Naval station I were Miss Pat Lambe, Mrs. Pauline I

Mart until Jan. 9 Leila :Mun- the past two years The Joe Torode, and Mrs. Margaret ...the best gasoline ;
dy is in a quandary to know who Kerrigans of Silver Lake are holi- Miller.

left the lovely white pique collar day vacationing in New York fora Gifts were exchangeed''around a ever sold by !' -

Christmas gift at the store for couple of weeks while Jimmy beautifully lighted tree and were '

i her daughter, Jean, without a'' Cannon tries to hold down the distributed by Gladys Green. Ruth Standard Oil Company

card on it she'd like to thank Bradford Barber Shop alone Broadway was given a prize in a
the giver. Ralph and Rowena Yarbray and word contest. Gifts were also con jT
HIS DAUGHTER'S WEIGHT IN See the C. H. Quicks Sr. are sons spent the holidays with home tributed for two local girls in _

moving this week from the folks in Atlanta Hazel and the industrial school at Ocala. i
l Xmf JH3 & & R i: Gladys CanovA house on Washington Gene Matthews will be in Orlandofor Refreshments were served by J.

JOHN HULL HAD A St. to the Arch Thomas house New Year's Eve to see their the hostesses following a brief ,,,,
i formerly occupied by the Jimmy niece, Jeannette McLendon makeher business session. I !>
CONTRACT WITH THE r Peeks Don and Minnie Lou debut at the annual RosalindClub

MASSACHUSETTS BAY i Patray will occupy the Canova ball WSCS NoticeCircle
i COLONY TO MINT house Ed and Dot Hicks and Looks as if the Dick Chambers

% THE PINE TREEiSHILLING0652l686) I baby are moving from the Hem and daughter, Sandy, will be moving 1 of the Methodist WSCS
i ingway apts. to an apt. at her into the new Leonhard house will meet Tuesday morning at 10

.i mother's, Mrs. Havanna Johns, on on Water St. any day now it's o'clock with Mrs. Carl Johns.

[ HE BALANCED HIS i iDAUGHTER'S Center Street, formerly occupiedATTENTION I'l that near complete Hear thatlittle I Circle 2 will meet Monday afternoon
Louise of the
Long daughter
: at 3 o'clock with Mrs. O.
WEIGHT '- ' Comer Longs of West Palm Beach, &t t \ ;\ ,
r ,:.- -: .-, ., I W. White, Sr. and Miss Florence ?
WITH THESE FAMOUS was christened Sunday morning in (
\ Wood at the home of the former.
II IIS the Methodist Church Didn't t
;;;: Circle 3 will also meet Mondayat -. ,
HER DOWRYj I hear of any one getting a new convertible 3 p.m.ith Mrs. W. H. Noll- "
\ ,. j I this Christmas What'sI \
w t. ..:= e.ro+"! 'If'. i If You Have I the natter is Santa slipping--
I Well Seems to be the lull :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demor_! ff W higher octane CROWN EXTRA.th '.
before the storm (New Year's weekend wi
You can make your own "MINT" by steady', TIMBER TO SELL spent the Christmas ,
Eve) and everyone is too unlaxedto their son-in-law and daughter

regular SAVINGS. PINE OR CYPRESS make big news right now Mr- and Mrs. Paul Shupe in Eat uh fa releases a// ear's: horsepower .

Funds transferred or deposited in savings on Large or Small Tracts So until then So long Gallie. Mrs. Shupe returned \ your -** :
See you in the the Demorests for a week'sand visit

or before January 9th will draw interest from We Buy All next.Carolyn.. will be joined by Mr. Shupeon I ,', New CROWN EXTRA gasoline exceeds anti-knockegtlitements. of the \

January 1st. __ New Year's day. I highest compression engines. It gives better overall performance in new and. j j

We have Safety Deposit Boxes for rent, $3.60 PAY TOP PRICEStrite U.D.C To MeetThe \, \ ''older can.It has the superior base stock so necessary in correctly J.

and up per year. 0 W. T. Week's chapter. U. D. How To [ elievBronchitisI.balancedI;: '! .

C. win meet Wednesday afternoon \ -
or Call i Jan. 6, at 3 o'clock at the home
I of Mrs. L. a Powell with Mrs. .find is changed to fit the season It is the but gasoline ever sold ty' =

Mattie cohostess. i ,*""
Gahagan as Oil
!' ; Standard Compuf:1
B.T.THOMASLUMBER Plans win be made for the Confederate it toes iato tbe broocoiu tystea te -- -".,
tea to be given on Jan., help loosen tad expel |em lademphietm
CO. 21. aDd aid Btture to soothe tad ::1 STANDARD OIL COMPANY
hat tetter, inflamed bronchial ,, ,
PHONE 211JP. Mrs. R. E. Jones and children I oembrtaes.Guaranteed to please yoa \
'p and Mrs. R. E. Jones or money refolded. Creoan&ka} hat. i
Sr. of -
0. Bar 735 Daytona
/ Member Florida National Group stood 1M teat et mBioia of wen. iI ___
STARKE FLA. Beach visited friends and

relatives; in... Starke during Uu: CREOMU SIO i j k lI T
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Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelliand Paula Faye Kinchen of Hahira, Miss June Patel was the guestof Mr. i
and Mrs. H. C. Ritch were Mr. and Mrs W. H. Hart and
had &3 Christmas day guests, Mr. family and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ga is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Carnazza in
Pompano over the Christmas daughter, Kay, were in Surrency, .
and Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter, Caruso and family of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hardwick and in.'Ja ksonville on Saturday and weekend
,visiting Mrs. W. L. Wal- Ga. from Thursday to Sunday attending -
Linda Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Carl spent the Christmas weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas.Mr. Sunday.Mr. .
a family reunion at the
Fr v vV Sapp and family, Mrs. J. B. Sapp, relatives in Reynoldsville, Pa. and Mrs. Frank Castle- and Mrs. Chuck Williamsand ton.Mr.. and Mrs. W. I. Colsen and home of Die Hart's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. John Sale of Valdosta, Ga., Penny Hollingsworth is re- berry of Auburndale were visiting children of Daytona Beach I.
son Billy were in Callahan on M. A. Hart
Acting Gov. and Mrs. Charley turning home Thursday after a the'Lawson families from Saturday :
1N THE NEWS were Saturday afternoon guestsof Christmas Day visiting Mrs. Lu- Mrs. J. C. Manning visiting i\
j Johns and son,Jerome, and daughter few days visit with her brother- to Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw. cille Colsen and family.Mr. her daughter. Mrs. L.Y.. StriCk- '
I IJ .'1 I IIj Markleyann. in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.. Mrs. L. A. Jackson of Miamiis and Mrs. Dolvin Foremanand land in Oxford.

J Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White Sr. Mrs: Hogan Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins of L. Hair in Lake City. of Kingsley Lake had as guests spending this week with her son, Dolvin, Jr. were Christ- Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter, ;
had as Christmas dinner guests JoAnn and Judy Green were in Jacksonville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts of Christmas Day their families, Mr. daughter Mrs. M. H. Sheppardand mas Day guests of the Geisow Kay, were in Jacksonville on Tues- :
Mrs. W M. Haight of Jackson- Orlando Sunday and Monday where \ ith Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Col- Lake Butler were Sunday evening and Mrs. J. B. Spencer of Orlando, family. family in Callahan.Mr. .

ville, Mr and Mrs. Herbert Green, JoAnn remained for the week to son and attended the family re- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. An- Mr. and Mrs Maxie Carter Sr. Mrs. Doris Kelly and childrenof and Mrs. Donald Bennett day.Mr.. and :M,-s. Joe Arnold en- :;

Mrs. J, H. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. attend the Smith-Waldridge Baton union at the Colson home. drews. of Starke, Don Spencer of Miami Brooker were Monday evening and son cf Lawtey and Mr. and tertained six couples at a ChrIst- I
Olin White. Jr. and Bobby and School. This school is being at- Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston McClaneand and Mr. and Mrs Wallace Faulk dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. Austin Bell and family mas Eve party. {!f

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fields. tended this,week by national ba- Orlando; A. G. Hazen of Brooker, sons, Glenn, Bill and Jay, of and daughters of Jacksonville.Mr. V. V. Hazen. and Edwin Kehr of Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Buck Lewis of ;
Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. ton twirlers and will be climaxed and W. M. Hazen of Gainesville Atlanta, Ga. are spending this and Mrs. A. L. Bennett of Mrs. D. B.. Webb of Miami, Miss were Christmas Day guests of Raiford are spending the holidaysin
R. A. Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. on -Thursday by baton twirling were Saturday afternoon visitorsof week with Mr. and Mrs. George Tavares visited Mrs. Ruby low June Clark .of Jacksonville Beach Miss June Patel. California. ,i
C. M. Fowler of Winter Park, contests. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Flynn, Sr. and family.Mr. on Sunday. :- and Kenneth Clark of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot ''

Mrs. Earl Fountain Biloxi Miss., Mrs. G. E. McGauley of Palat- family and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Z!'. and Mrs. Joe Martinez ville spent the Christmas holiday Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and and Margaret Anne Phillips will !

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bob Thomas, ka, Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Furnas Hazen. family were in Perry on Sunday spent the Christmas weekend with with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. family were in Gainesville Satur- spend the weekend in St. Peters- I.
Gail and Doane, Wildwood, Mr. and children of Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Myrtle Dendy and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dans Mr.; and Mrs. J. A. Martinez in I. E. Clark. day evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. burg visiting :Mrs. Frances Park-
and Mrs. Herb Thomas and daughter and Jackie Green of Brooker were Beatrice Cooper of Jacksonvillewere by.Mrs. Jacksonville.Mr. )[r. and Mrs. Carl LaMar Johns W. M. Hazen.

Kathleen and Kenneth Thomas Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Christmas day guests of Mr. Annie Lewis of Keystone and Mrs. Steve Simmonsare and son, Dale, of Gainesville are Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and er.Mr.. and Mrs. L. D. Vining have

all of Starke, Mr.and Mrs. Dugger j I,Charles Hardy. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Heights celebrated her 75th birth- spending from Wednesday to spending this week with Mr. and daughter, Linda Kay, and Mrs.J. returned after a holiday visit
Mrs. Alice Miss Nell Combs of Abingdon.Va. day on Christmas Day with her Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman all will at- I
Jones of Sampson Clearance Two dresses, suits, Mrs. Carl Johns and B. Sapp drove Mrs. John Sale with Mrs. Vining's parents. Mr.
Langford of Lake.Butler and Mrs. sweaters, skirts, blouses, gowns, is spending a few days with sister Mrs. Carrie Ingram, and Snellgrove in Miami. tend the Gator, Bowl game in home to Valdosta, Ga. on Sunday and Mrs. W. L. Joiner in Atlanta
Daisy Lipham and son and daugh- or ,slips for price of one.Thursday Miss Louise Stern. with her son Ovid Lewis and Mrs. Dick Montgomery of Beau- Jacksonville on Friday. after a week's visit here. Ga. I

ter-in-law of Dade City. Saturday and Monday at Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker of I I family.Mr. mont, Texas, Mrs. Fritz Gauthierof Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman of Mrs. Joseph Wilson is spendingthis
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields Leila's. Holley HiS spent the holiday and Mrs. J. A. Christmasand Lafayette, La. and Mrs. C. C. ville was the guest of Mrs. K. G. week .with her sister, Mrs.
weekend with the L. S. Hutto family spent the Christmas Mendoza of Jacksonville I Gainesville were Sunday guests of
visited Rainbow Springs Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith were Duncan on Wednesday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. S. T. Dell, Sr. in Gainesville.Mrs. .
afternoon.Mr. have as guests this week, Mr. and family. holidays with relatives in Jack- holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. Joy Cooper of Orlando will I
and Mrs. Raymond Howe Mrs. Bill Ainslie and Mr. and Mrs.J. I Roger Guissinger of Baton sonville and Brunswick Ga. J. Griffin.Mr. be the New Year holiday guestof I Clearance Two dresses, suits,I R. J. Davis is spendingthis
Jr. and son David spent the W. Ainslie and grandchildren Rouge. La. arrived Wednesday fora Mrs. G. W. Lamar and son and Mrs. J. A. Dankel and her uncle and aunt Mr. and sweaters, skirts blouses: gowns, week in Tallahassee with his
Christmas weekend with Mr. Bobby and Jim of Madison, Ga. holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip, returned to their home In daughter, Mary, and T. K. Mrocz- Mrs. G. S. Newcomb.Miss or slips for price of one.-Thursday -|son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

I Howe's mother, Mrs. Marian and Mr. and Mrs. Truitt Sims and W. B. Sewell and family. Thurs- Quincy after spending the Christ- kowski of Waycross Ga. were Sandra Johns .was the. Saturday and Monday atLena's. |Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr.

I Howe. son of Hogansville, Ga. day afternoon, Mrs. Sewell and mas holiday with Mrs. J. M. Mit- Christmas Day guests of Mr. and overnight guest Monday of Mr. 1 :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and
Mr and :Mrs. A. M. Martin of AD-2 and Mrs. Bradford Lockeare daughters, Gayle and Virginia Mr. chell.Mrs. Mrs. N. S. Dankel.Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stokesberry and i I Kaspar Duncan spent the first ,
I son. Jimmy were overnight guests
I Cedar Falls, Iowa are spendingthis spending this week in PortS- Guissinger, and Miss Maude Ruby Johns and son, L.M. and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsand family in Gainesville.Mr. j part of the week visiting Gary j
week with his brother John mouth, Va. ] Sewell are going: to Leesburg to Gaines and Marion Henderson daughter, Barbara Jean of and Mrs. Ed Carswell re- ,' Ennis in Tampa and Carlsford Tuesday of Mrs. O L. Beasley and

Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and visit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell were in Tampa over the holiday Orange Park were Christmas Day turned to their home, the Avery, Gray in St Petersburg. Mrs. J. W Kincaid.Truly .

Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs. T. family of Jacksonville spent Sun- until Friday. New Year's Eve as guests of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Inn, for a week's visit before go- I ,, .
: : .-
f ; ::; \'r.j.1':: 8o :;.::: : ",,--e.r--;: : :-.c: :. ""r.- :., -, I
C. Chastain and Miss Elloulse day with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Miss Gayle Sewell and Mr. Guis- R. M. Griffin. Marion remained Dansby.Mr. ing to Atlanta, Ga. to visit Mrs. : -- ":

Thomas are visiting PFC Wesley Frankie Hutto remained here with singer with Mr. and Mrs. RobertM. there for a week's visit. ana Mrs. F. F. Flume and Carswell's sister Mrs. Erline Bus-r
Ronald Andrews at the Marine his aunt, Mrs. Shellie Hall for Cottrell will share honors at Richard Morse of Melbournewas Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and I sey for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Expert

base in Miami over the weekend. the week. "ooen house" given by Mr. and home for the holiday with I family were in Brooker Christmas .Carswell entertained 18 guests at
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald McAteerof Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ShatrawSr. 'Mrs. J. D. Cottrell.Mr. his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Day as guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. a Christmas party at Avery Inn il \Radio And
Tampa were Saturday guestsof of Saranoc Lake, N. Y. are and Mrs. J. L. Cole and I Morse. B. Colson. Diane Colson re- I Tuesday evening. __

Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, spending the winter at the homeof family are spending New Year's Clearance Two dresses suits,, mained in Brooker with her Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller SERVICE*

Sr. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, 615 McMa- day in Ray, Ga. with relatives.Dr. I sweaters skirts blouses, gowns,, grandparents, the G. B. Colsons, I and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and I V

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johns of hon Street. M. B. Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. ior slips for price of one.-Thursday -. for a week's visit. I family are spending the new Year
Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
Gainesville were Frank Herlong and Mrs. Carrie;, Saturday and Monday aLela's. t Mrs. M. E. York of Fernandina Iweekend with Mrs. Shaller's sister,) -
Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Gill spent Saturday and
of Mr. and Fay
guests Adams and guests, and Mr. and Beach spent last week with her Mrs. Nancy Gunter in Miami.
Quigley. Sunday in Pine Castle visiting Mr. j FREE ESTIMATES CALL
Mrs. Jim Killian of Waynesville Miss Sue Duncan of Gaines. parents Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dink- I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fancher of .oo 239
Miss Louise Stern spent the and Mrs. W. K. Wilder.
N. C. visited the Stephen Foster ville spent the first of the week: ins. Mr. York joined his family Birmingham Ala. spent the Chmt-
weekend in Americus Ga. where Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the
Memorial on Sunday.Mr. with her cousin, Miss Margaret t: on Christmas Day. mas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Most Experienced 9 Finest Equipped I
she attended the wedding of Miss Christmas holidays with her son- ,
Mary Ham nd and George Ham- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.E. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering i Rose Duncan. Johnnie Hagan of Norfolk Va. P. D. Fancher. I Satisfaction Guaranteed
mock. P. Renner in Gainesville.Mr. spent the weekend with friends at Mrs. Titus Olson left Christ. is spending! a month with his Harry Quick of Washington, D

Mr. and Mrs C. C. Pettett and and Mrs. Jack Haile spent Jacksonville and Jacksonville,I mas Day for Olmsted 111. to spend I mother, Mrs. J. W. Hagan.Mr. C. spent the holidays with his
daughter Carol of Henderson- the"weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Beach. I ten days' with her mother Mrs and Mrs. J. W. Jackson and parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. QuickSr. Chas3 C. ShepherdRadio

ville N. C. were holiday guests W. G. Haile while enroute from I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and I George Lilley. daughter, Hildarene and J. E. ( TV Sales & Service Seat Covers!
of the J. T. Qulgleys. They also Sylvania, Ga. to their home in daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. T. Kessel and chtldrer 11 Dean of Baconton, Ga. were week- Mrs. W. M. Haight of Jacksonville
visited. nearby points of interest Miami. I W. G. Baxter in Jacksonville Sunday j of Palatka were Sunday guest i I I end guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. spent from Thursday to Sat L PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.

while here.Christmas. David Ingram, son of Mr. and afternoon. of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum. 'Slade and family. urday with Mrs. J. H. Fields.

Day guests of Mrs. Mrs. Hugh Ingram of Lawtey I .. .
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W. H. Struth and Miss Kate former Starke residents, flew to - - - - - -
Struth were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kankakee. Ill. on Dec. 20 to spend
Edwards and Mrs. Leah Bauk- the Christmas holidays with his

night of Jacksonville, Mr. and MI'!. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Donald Cornell of Massilon, Ohio, Koch. G
and Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Struth Mrs. Ruth Edwards Lane is TO THE FINEST PEOPLE

and children. visiting Chief Petty Officer and

Pre Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr. ar- Mrs. C. Von Sprecklesen in Corpus
rived home Thursday morning Christi, Texas from Dec. 18 to a
from Ft. Jackson. S. C. after Jan. 7.
$completing Leadership School to Mrsl'EfYie Johns had as her

spend the holidays with his mother -. guests Saturday her nephew and ON EARTH '
:Mrs. Margaret Davis and niece. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross
S. Williams. He I Jacksonville, Miss Virginia. o .
trandfather, T. : ... .,J ,
will return to Ft. Jackson on Futch of Gainesville, her son, .=..... --
Jan. 3. Freeman Johns of Lake Butler

I Enos Hayes of Memphis, Tenn.1shome'for and another nephew George Bais- 4**
the holidays with his den of Jacksonville.Mr. .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez Our Friends and Customers 4

Hayes. spent Christmas with Mrs. Gon- a. :. $ x nr
Mrs, Charles Hardy and chil- zalez' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. c Sz
dren spent last Wednesday and Johnson in Webster and spent
Thursday in Palatka with Mrs. Saturday and Sunday in Tampa
Hardy's mother Mrs. G. E. Mc- where they visited Mr. Gonzalez L
Gauley. mother Mrs. Lena Gonzalez and We Extend Best Wishes for 1954 : :

I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith also celebrated their 5th wedding e.r .
c'k w
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Monteith of anniversary on Dec. 27.
Eustis and Miss Lu Randall of Mrs. C. C. Stanton and daughter -
Tampa will be weekend holiday Peggy, of Hastings visited r fiw
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gra- Mrs. Ada Alexander and daughter -

ham and family.Mr. Wilma, on Monday.Mr. : aTyo
and Mrs. Adolph Gay and and Mrs. J. E. Hildebranand
family spent Christmas with Mr. family were in Gainesvillelast
and Mrs. Ben Cook in Jacksonville Friday.Mr. APPRECIATION
and with Mr. and Mrs. Al- and Mrs. Comer Long and

fred Walker and family in Lake daughter, Louise, of West Palm : a
Beach spent the past two weeks
and Mrs. C. A. Geiger and with" Mrs. F H. Long. Richard
JMH, Nelson of Green Cove Springswere Long of Clewiston was also home '
Christmas Day guests of Mr for the holidays with his mother FOR YOUR WONDERFUL! PATRONAGE

and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Mrs. F. H. Long. _" _
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ture. A few such as : Queen Street, Martlnsbur- 'West
Dated this 15 day cf December ,
Street Brooklyn
I will give my pasture better Vlrclnla. 1553. ( 8, New York. minor children
You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a bas I I otherwise the allegations of said
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby been file
care in 1954.I suit for Divorce suit for divorce custody control above against yOU in .he Complaint will be taken as confess
will not has been filed against you in the Clerk cf the Circuit Court I and SUpport of Knor children named Court and cause and ed by you.
over-graze my pasture. By Marian L. you are I
Crosby. Deputy Clerk. has been required to serve
:above named Court and cause and filed against a cog/ of This notice shall be
you In published
the !
Regular planned applications of I you are required to serve a copy or 12/18 4t I/ I above named Court and cause and I your comilaint answer or pleading( tf the I once each week for four consecutive ,
nutrients will be your answer or pleading to tht you are required to serve on the Flat.. tiffs weeks in the Bradford
plant complaint on the Plaintiff :In Circuit Coart, Bradford ConatyFlorida your answer or pleading a to copy of Attorney Evan T. Evan, 103 graph. County Tela.

All weedy or rough pasture will I Attorney H. V. Knight Starke, la Caaaeery. complaint on the Plaintiffs the Law Exchange Building.. Jacksonville Dated this 4 day of December,
Richard .
Florida Jones. Jr. Plaintiff, vsLouvenia Attorney T. Frank Florida 1953.
be mowed. Landrum I
Griffin Jones, Defendant.Case and file the
and file the Starke. :original In the
Floridaand office
riginal In the officeof ol (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles
the A.
Take soil to determine No. 10-23" Clerk of the Clr\.I1t Darby
samples the Clerk of tile the Court
the Circuit Court original In the 011 Clerk
office of the
Order Of ...lIra.I.. aad Xotlee' TI or before the Circuit Court
en or before of the Clerk
the need and L of the Circuit By Marian L.
for lime if court Crosby
any Appear State of Florida 11 day If Deputy Clerk.
11 day of January. 1954; on or before the I January 1954;
limestone will be added if needed. otherwise the allegations of said To: Louvenia Griffin Jones, whose 25 day of January 1954 ..._ is, n 4t i.-i I
Hake each acre already in Complaint will be taken as con- residence and address is: Unknown: otherwise the allegations of said I. d>... _t... I
pasture You are required to on I
teased by you. appear I Complaint win be taken
B, Geo. T. HogguuC or to be planted to pasture I This notice shall be published January 11. 1954, in the above nam- teased by you. as con. RADIO
once each week for four ed Court aid cause, wherein plaintiff This notice shall
--w consecutive be
the most it will published
.unty Agent produce weeks lu the Bradford County Tele- seeks divorce. Bradford County once each week for four consecutive ART'S TV SERVICE
Servfc You add some others that fit graph. Telegraph shall publish this Or- weeks in the Bradford County Te1M )
Agricultural Eiteasloei Dated this 9 day of December, der in next four weekly issues. graph .
your own plans rememberingthat 1953. Witness my hand and official seal foPated this 22 day of December

Bradford County Wet son. When you grow your own good pasture will be reflected I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby. at Starke, Florida, this December 1953.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. 10 1953. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. t RADIOS TELEVISIONS RECORD
not in a better grade of beef at the Darby PLAYERS
With over four inches of rain I plants you know whether or By Mirlaa L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Clerk of the Circuit Court
last week farming operations are they are clean and healthy. market and higher price for that 12/11 4t 1/1 As Clerk of said Court By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. RECORDERS -INTERCOMS AND P. A. SYSTEMS: !

at a stand-still or severely' slowed With the use of Methyl Bro- beef. zach By Marian H. Douglas.L. Crosby IiOIi Lynch Deputy Building Clerk 12/25 4t 1/15 I
down. Even winter vegetables and mide for treating plant beds prior Four 1! Boys at Rotary Circuit C..rt. Bradford APPEARIB : C.BBty, Jacksonville Florida. NOTICE OF BiTE TJOX Repaired and InstalledWith

feed and cover crops are retarded. to sowing seed, there might be a Electricity plays an importantrole FUrldai I* CaaBeerv. I Attys. for Plf. 12/11 4t 1/1 TO HAKE FINAL APPLICATION FOR Quality Parts by Factory Trained Technicians
Chester Lee Mitchell. Plaintiff, vs. I D1SCH.'RGEProbate
Young vegetable plants will be turn towards growing more plants in the operations of farm and Luvern Mitchell Defendant. I NOTICE TO APPEAR ( Law 1933) GUARANTEED
home. Electricity makes labor Case Xo. 10-229 In Circuit Court Bradford CountyFlorida .. la Court of tile County Judge, PARTS AND SERVICE
come easier to rot off at the tt home. With the County purchase Xotlre T. Atprari 'I la CaaarcrT. Bradford County

ground or have their Under root of a plastic cover and applicators more profitable and it makes possible To: Luern Mitchell whose residence Zbislaw M. Roehr Plaintiff, vs State of Florida. I CALL 203 OR 229 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ,

system destroyed. for our use we will: many thing* that we could and address is: 726 North 17th 1 Wanda L. Roehr, Defendant. In re the Estate of Freedi B. Clark,
j Case No. 10-253 Deceased. In Probate. .
Street Philadelphia : Pennsylvan -- -
Our main winter soilbuildingcrop have treated beds now on the call a joy or pleasure. ia. \ollce To Appear TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: p

and wbter legume teed hat farms of N. G. Hayes and Malcolm Gerald Norman and Rudolph You are hereby notified t&at a To: Wanda L. Rothr, whose residence Notice is hereby given that :Mamie
and address is: Thomaston Lee Clark
suit for filed her final
froir the Heilbronn Springs'4H report as
already ben damaged from too Harrell at Brooker. James I Sapp Divorce Connecticut.You Administratrix of the estate of We Are Now
much water and good growth will Rosier at Lawtey. and Ed Alten club were guests of the Starke has been filed against you In the are hereby notified that a Freed! B. Clark deceased! that she Equipped To
Club Wednesday and above named Court and cause and suit for dlvo'ce filed her petition for final discharge -
be difficult. I at Hampton. and Marklee Starling Rotary presented I has been filed against you in the and .
even more Any green you are required to serve a copy of that she will apply to
grass that there might be v*" i I near Staifce. These will Kin usjsood I a demonstration on ways your answer or pleading to the. above named Court and cause and the Honorable Theron A. Yawn, VACUUM CLEANYOUR
;. observation to lie electricity on the farm. complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney you are required to serve a copy of County Judge of Bradford County
for -
t*_e even less food value with all demor.itrc.Jona Evan T. Evans. 103 your answer or pleading to the complaint Florida, on the 25 day of January

the rain we have had. These conditions I I this season. nit samet.ed t--=tll l The. oys il give thia demonstration I
be ,ed 01, at the annual gathering ot sonville. Florida Frank Landrum Starke final discharge as Administratrix I
nuke it even more necessary treatment can and file the original in the office of Florida of the estate of Freedi I
beds other plant the Clay Electric Coop in January. the Clerk of the Circuit Court and file the original In the office B. Clark, deceased -
that you give your cattle a pepper or any | on on this Z: day of December, Heaters and Floor FurnacesWITH
The meeting of the association ;or before the of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 1953.
protein supplement It is important bed.We 11 day of January. 1954; or before the IS day of January, Mamie Lee Clark.
for yearling age animals and want to express our appreciation will be held at Keystone Heights. otherwise the allegations of said 1954; otherwise the allegations of of the estate of Freedi Administratrix B.

Is essential to breeding animals. : to Brownlee and ChasUin Oir-M1Je, fttat m Pa.*<*d Complaint: by you.will be taken as confessed said fessed Complaint by you. will be taken as con- deceased. Clark. OUR NEW INDUSTRIAL CLEANER It

in this Dtcember: 31 marks the end of This notice chaP be 12/25:! 4t 1/5 ,
Tobacco Thus 1'Uctfd ,for their fine assistance: published Dated this 17 day of December, I I I Better
1953 and brings to a cose the once each week fr four consecutive 1953.; Quicker Economical
lUny dollar orth of tobacco program. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby NOTICK!: TO APPEAR
Pasture Resolutions! first year for us in Bradford Coun- Clerk of the Circuit Court '" c'"ml Court. Bradford Coaaty. I '
seeds will be scattered on the I
ty. I wish! that I could have visited Dated this & day of December By Marian L. Csosby Deputy Clerk.: Florida la Chancery For The Best in'
ground dun:>g this holiday sea- Sure we are aware that cattle 1953. 12/18 4t 1/3 Henry D. Rey Plaintiff vs. Josephine -
each farm in the county but thatis OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Bey, Defendant. PLUMBING I REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS '
and that is exactly -
low Just
7 R prices are a task certainly too great for ClerIC of the Circuit Court In Circuit Court. Bradford CountyFlorida ,, Case Xo. 10-224 I Call
why must give careful Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk In (...Dt'eTT. Notice To Aopean
Misery you I anyone year. ___ 12,11 4t 1/1 Joseph Danyluk, Plaintiff vs. Ethel To: Josephine Bey. whose resi-
b\-OS i it consideration to your pasture Our first year. with this as our > D n'luk. Defendant. Lane dence alley and! address is: 4 Columbine FILLYAW PLUMBING COMPANY :
has been An la rirrnU Court Bradford County, Case No. 10-234 York.
home. a happy one.
planting and management opera- Floridai la Chancery.James Order Of Publication And Notice To suUfor" hereby notified that a

tion during 1954. entire family must be happy and M. Shepard Plaintiff, v.Betty ?. Appear State of Florida Tot I Divorce, Phone 290 Starke. Fla.
I satisfied if such is claimed by Ii. :Shepard; Defendant. Ethel Danyluk whose residence custody and support of -
lie How about you making a few Case Xo. 10-240 and address is: 387 Koscuisko St., -
any member of the family. You in Order Of Publication And Notice To Brooklyn. Xew York. .

uqws M iMun-MMf PAST uo resolutions concerning your pas- the County have made it possiblefor Appear State Of Florida To You are required to appear on
Ifetty B. Shepard, whose! residenceand January 11, 1954. in the above nam-
us all to say that 1953 has address is: I'nknown: ed Court and (cause wherein plain-

been a happy year for us. Thewife You are required to appear on tiff seeks divorce custody and sup START THE NEW YEAR OFF I

That's Our BusinessIf and two children can say it I January Court IS and. 1954.cause!in, the wherein abu\e plain-named port Bradford of minor County child.Telegraph shall RIGHT BY PUTTING -

with words. The twins make it titi seeks divorce. Bradford County ptiblfe' s Order in next fuur
It's Glass We Have ft! Telegraph shall publish this Orderin week. s. ,I

CALL WRITE or VISIT known Our ambition by their is actions.to be includedby Witness next four my weekly hand and issues.official seal at Wi.PtaiKi.. my Florida hand, this and Dec official 9, 1953.seal YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS PROPERTY IN !

I closest friends at Starke. Florida, this December (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
you among your
11, 1953.
Clerk of Said Court.
: Joe Peters Glass Co. and to be of service to you when- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

ever possible. Happy New Year To Clerk of said Court. Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building -
FOR ANY GLASS NEED By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk Jacksonville Fla. TIP
You.yyyyyyyyyyyfYVVVVYVVYVY. Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life Attys. for PIt._ 12/11 4t 1/1 TOP SHAPE
\Va. Des rn Modern Store Fronts I Jacksonville. Florida.Attjs. .

':.JVf/lj: Just Mail l Us A Pattern for for Plf. 12/18 4t 1/8 I In Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Coanty, -

..- Table Tops NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida In ChancerT.Ellis .
I la Circuit Court. Bradford CountFlorida !-. Hi.rden Plaintiff vs. Gloria TODAY .. MORE THAN EVER BEFORE. YOU CAN'TAFFORD

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 Keystone Heights$, S.!Atlas.la Chancery.Sidney l'lailtiff..s.. Anne Aotirv IJorden,To Defendant.Appear Case Xo. 10-236 ..

Atlas.: Defendant. To: Gloria Iforden, whose residence TO LET YOUR PROPERTY
Case Xo. 10-249: RUN DOWN
'- g ..IIUP and address is: 19 River
''I by Sirs. Sara McDonald Notice To Appear. Street. Lake Placid New York.
ToAnne Atlas. whose residenci You are hereby notified that a
and address is: 200 West 86th St... suit for
$ I LAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAALAAAL.L- New York New York. Divorce, custody. control and

You are hereby notified that a support of minor children Take
Contest Winners
suit for has been filed against you In the Advantage
Fred Dodd was awarded first Divorce above named Court and cause and
TO I has been tiled against! you In the you are required to serve a copy of
prize of $7.50 in the annual Christ above named Court and cause ancr; your, answer or pleading to the com

\ mas decorating: contest. E. C. you are required to serve a plaint (.n the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
I your answer or pleading to the Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. F.H0A0
Weichel and tied I LoansAVAILABLE
Key Sargent complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney and file the original In the office of. I
\ for second place and each re T. Frank Landrum, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
-- srrfldSSS4 SS. nan Starke Florida before the 11 day of January 1954:
t ceived an award of $3.75. Honor and file the original In the office otherwise the allegations of said

CONFIDENTIALPrompt able mentions were Al Watson of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 I Complaint will be taken as confessed FOR EVERYONE
or before the
R. A. Carnes W. L. Reynolds, C. by you
18 day of January 1954: This notice shall be published
II # I E. Culberson, A. C. Feigert. A. otherwise the allegations of said once each week for four consecutive

-- Friendly Service H. Beckwith, and S. E. McKay. fessed Coraplalnt by you.will be taken as con graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Convenient -- Confidential -- No Delay

The Villa Plumosa was judged I This notice shall be published Dated this !9 I day of December,
see.snsnssn_ssspssflsssssrSSSfl flsSsrr 4 S 4 cnce each week for four consecu 1953.
the best commercial decoration. tive weeks in the Bradford CountyTelegraph.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. I Tags The Available Chamber Here of Commerce is 1953.Dated this. 16 day of December,, Ey Marian Clerk L. _Crosby of_ _the_ Circuit Deputy 12/11 4t Court.Clerk 1/1 Your Property Does Not Have To Be Completely Paid

pleased to announce that Tax (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk : For To Get This Loan
of the Circuit Court: IB The Court Of The County Judge
I'hone 160 In Canova Drug Store will I
Collector E. Wayne Geiger By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk; Innd For Bradford CountyFlorida. I

t1tuO1- p be in Keystone Heights betweenthe 12,18 4t 1/I; In Probate
11 and 4 m.
hours of a. m. p.
KNIGHT also known as D.
on January 30 for the purpose of I Circuit ('..urt. Bradford County, E. KNIGHT, Deceased. Monthly
Florida In Chancery. Payments Only $3.20
selling 1954 license plates. Resi- I I .NOTICE TO CRKIIITOHS
MOVING Michael Coppola, Plaintiff. vs. Rose I All persons having claims or demands -
dents are urged to buy a Clay Coppola, Defendant. against the estate of Daniel

Case Xo. 10-250 Ernest Knight, also known as D. E.
County tag. Notice To Appear Knight. deceased are hereby notified -
Mrs. Lilly Olsen who has been To: Rose Cop pula, whose residence c and required to file their claimsin $$100.00 For 36 Months !

LOCAL Safe PHONE ill for some time was taken to and address is: 7216 11th Avenue, the office of the County Judge of .
Brooklyn New York.
OR Bradford County, Florida in the
Dependable Alachua County General Hospitals I You are hereby notified. that, 1 Iuit County Court House at Starke.

LONG S Economical 311 in Gainesville last Saturday night Divorcehas for Florida within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
DISTANCE and there suffered a stroke early been filed against you in the publication of this Notice or the

R. B. Alvarez OR Sunday morning. She is reported above named Court and cause and same will become void according to No Down
you are required to serve a copy of law. PaymentPhone
Agents For TRANSFER AND 250.J tp be improving.Lt. your answer or pleading- to the com- This December 3, I95J. |
plaint the
Iklther BroSe STORAGE CO. Comdr. Ray Hearst left T. on Frank Landrum. Attorney Starke,, N. L. KNIGHT
Executrix of the Last Will
_ _
last week for Brooklyn. N. Y. Florida
Will and Testament of D. E.

where he will be attached to the he and: Clerk tile the of original the Circuit in the Court office on or oj; Knight deceased. 45, Starke, or clip out this coupon and mail it today to
12/11 4t I
STORAGEPerryman Sea Transportation Service. He before the 18 day of January. 1954;;

expects to be gone two years. Complaint otherwise the will be allegations taken confessed of said NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke Builders Supplies, Starke Florida. Our Representative
Mrs. Arthur Rusher has goneto by you la Circuit Court Bradford County Will be call
Florida IB Chancery. glad to on you. No obligation. Free estimates cheer-
Court St. Starke Floriila This notice shall be
Bldg. S. visit. She will published
New York for a Fridolin J. Blumer. Plaintiff, vs.
once each week for four consecutive
I fI stay about a month. weeks In the Bradford County Tele Margaret Blumer Defendant. fully given. ,
Case No. 10257votice .
:Mrs. Queen is visiting her parents graph. To Appear.
Dated this 16 day of Dtcember,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha. 1953. To: Margaret Blumer whose residence -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. and address is: Box il, pe<: Check item'or items on list below and mail today.
For AU Types Pest Control Phone or Write' Billy Demery was here for the Clerk of the Circuit Court Darby New Mexico, os'j '

Christmas holidays.Mr. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk You are hereby notified that a
suit for *
and Mrs. Schuch are in Key- 12/184t Itd I Divorcehas t t

stone Heights living at present XOTICE 1O APPEAR above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the Name ______.:.___________________________--------_______--____
with Mrs. Blizzard the Jack- la Clrralt Court Bradford ,
CHEMICAL CO. on Count you are required to serve a copy of
Florida la
ChanceryLeonora -
sonville road near the fire tower. your answer or pleading to the complaint -
2220 N. W. 6th A. Gilbert, Plaintiff, vs. on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, FIa. They expect to make this their Lawrence Bob Gilbert. Defendant.Case Frank Landrum Starke,

DEMPSEY R. SAP, Owner permanent home as Mr. Schuchis \.rlre To No. 10-225 Florida Address __________-_-_________________________________________
Appear and tile
the original In the office of
I MOSS CONTROL connected with the R. E. A. To: Lawrence Bob Gilbert whose the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Bert Christoffers returned to residence and address Is: 241 East: or before the 25 day of January
Chester Street. Long Beach, Xew 1954; otherwise the allegations of '
PECAN TREES SHADE TREES. ETC. the Veterans Hospital at Lake York.
said Complaint will be taken as NEW ROOFS
You are hereby notified that a I confessed by ADDITIONAL ROOMS
Contact Us Now For Estimates City on Monday.Cpl. suit for you.
This notice shall be
Termite ControlS Chloe Rivera spent the Divorce custody and support of once etch week for four consecutive published @ PAINT JOBS e GARAGES
minor child
Christmas holidays in Keystone weeks In the Bradford County Tele
bas been filed against you in the graph.
Household & Commercial wltn her parents.Dr. stove named Court and cause and I Dated this 22 day of December.
you are required to serve a copy of r 1953. NEW BATH ROOMS 0 NEW PORCHES
and Mrs. John Davis are in
Exterminating your answer or pleading to the; i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Keystone Heights for the winterat complaint on the Plaintiff's Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Rodent Control their home on Lake Geneva. Attorney Law Exchange Evan Building T. Evans, Jack 103 I. By Marian L. Crosby, 12/25 Deputy 4t Clerk 1/15 WELL AND PUMPS e COMMERCIAL BLDGS.Have .

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver spent abouta sonville Florida -
I ana file the original In the office of
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK week in town recently. the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court onat I. la Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County, your contractor, plumber, or electrician install, or you may install

Capt. Tracy M. Baker has recently 11 day of January 1954: Florida IB Chinrrrr.Pearl yourself. *'

been discharged from the otherwise the allegations of said Rosen Plaintiff vs. Abraham
.I Complaint will re taken as confessed Ro'-en Defendant.
Army and is back home in Key. by you. Case No. 10-256

stone where he has taken over This notice shall be publishedonce I :Xollce To AppeAr. Thanks A Million for your splendid patronage during our Fist Six Years
each week for four consecutive To: Abraham Rosen. Whose resident -
; the Radio and T. V. departmentof weeks in the Bradford Countv Tele 'e and address is1171 East Since
our opening back in
the B. R. R. Electric Shop. graph. 14th Street, Broolyn New York. Januay 1918. We appreciate your patronagein
Dated this 4 day of December, You are heresy notified that a
I I Paul Klaustemyer former 1953. I II suit for the past and look forward to
I FULLY j a many more years of Serving You With
EQUIPPEDthe I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darn: 1 Divorce custody and control of
resident of Keystone was a Christmas .
Clerk of the Circuit Court minor .hild Your
visitor in town. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk has been filed against you in the Building .
12/11 4t 1/1]I above named Court and cause and
most modern and efficient New Years Eve Dance
equipment you a-e required to serve a copy of

I 11 available to the profession is A dance to raise funds for light. KOTICU TO APPEAR your answer or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
used by this funeral home the town recreation will I la Circuit Court. Bradford Coaatj T Frank
in maintaining ing park Florida IB C'....* S its well known standard of be held in the Inn on New Year's I Edward Cunningham Plaintiff v". Starke. Florida
Dorothy and file the original in the office of
---. t Service. Eve, beginning at 9 p.m. The Cunningham. Defendait.Case Xo. 10-247: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

Lions Club which is TV- Dorothy Cunningham or before the
sponsoringthe whose Builders
25 day of January 1954;
si-Sr.ce; and
is: 7222-153rd
event and park improvements otherwise the allegations of said
Str".t, Kew Garden Hills, New York
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Complaint will be taken as confess
: hopes to have the project com. You are hereby notified that i a ed by
7 Starke, Fla. pleted before the spring sports I suit against for you Divorce In the has above Been named filed This notice shall ue published
each week for four consecutive
ts-n once
nfltflfl season opens. Cor.rt and cause and you are required -
weeks: in the Bradford County Tele-
to serve a copy of your answer .
Funeral Director Ambulance Service or pleading to the complaint ,graph.Dated this 22 day of December
01 the Plaintiffs Attorney.
Out local funeral home enables to Eaterbrook fountain pen Desk; Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Ex 1953.
u offer conveniences fcnJ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby t.
Set. Only $3 at Bradford change Building. Jacksonville Supplies
services not otherwise available. County Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court
.Telegraph. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,
and file the
original In
the office of 12/25 4t 115OTICPJ
-s4SSSSSS 5F flS ttrs flsrrn-ss s-s s the Clerk of the Circuit Court on _
j s-s srsr.
SOTICU TO APPEAR or before the
I We rurniaa the highest type c&rcioe at lowest price ud FUridat I. Clrralt IB Conrt.('bae.r.Itniltrd C...ty 18 day of January. 1954; CIreBit C..rt.TO Bntttit. Canary

accept ANT life I&SUUJVM policy fa Jowe lNt.d .Joseph L Tnplett. otherwise the allegations of ala Flaridai IB Ckaaeerjr. "If It's "
by ANT Plaintiff vs. I Complaint will be taken as con. Edward Lope Plaintiff vs. Jeanne Building Supplies, We Have It!
Virginia W. Defendant.
company as payment la part or la full oa a funeral. Triplett. fessed by you Lope Defendant:
!5T.tlrc Case :(o. 10-2S5, This notice shall be published I Case No. 10-258 STARKE FLORIDA
Consultation T.
CArtfc ,
M oWgtt. I Dace each week for four ecnsecutlre i !''I.tSH T. jLp..*..
-"# dssssslJr'nssgsnsr J-Js.ssr. .. .. "I residence: Virginia and address W. Triplett.! whose I weeks In the Bradford Coumty Tel. ,I To: .Jeanne Lope. whose residence
: 6(5 South I graph. l and address is: IIS Richmond- -



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, audience. I night. mans Sunday. of Jacksonville visited the Lacey Maggie Crews and :Mr. and Mrs.! son-in-law Carl Young accom-

Also appearing on the program, Pvt. Vernon Overturf who is Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berry and Normans Friday. Stevens of Tampa are spending: panied him.Sunday .
with Dr. Mason, will be his young stationed in Fort Eustis, Va. was Mrs. Fredia Norman accompanied :Mrs. Ann Harvey and Ginger the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. School 9:45 a.m. each

:daughter Sharon, who sings beau-: home for the holidays visiting his Leroy Norman back to the hospital Norman were shopping in Jacksonville : Kirby Stringer in Jacksonville. Sunday. Worship service 11 a.m.

I tifully and has done extensive recording wife and daughter. He plans to in Orlando Monday Thursday. December birthdays were C. :M. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting each
work. Tony Gonzales will return Saturday.Mr. Miss Joyce Stanley and motherof Mr and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and Griffis the 25th Lester Austin the i Wednesday at 7 p.m. Teachers
be pianist! for the occasion and and Mrs. G. W. Raborn Miami were holiday guests of sons of Green Cove Springs spent i llth and Lon Prescott the 27th. j meeting each Saturday at 7 p.m.
the Gonzales Trio will also sing. spent the holidays with Mrs. Ra- relatives here. the Christmas holidays with their I O. W. Marr of Mims visited his Everyone is welcome to come

Methodist ChurchThe Hampton Baptists The Hampton Gospelaires Quartetand born's mother, Mrs. Annie Newton Mr. and :Mrs. Harvey Edwards parents, the Lacey Normans. brother Joe Marr last Friday. His I worship with us.YOU .

Plan Varied the Sardis Baptist Quartet at Ocala. and family of Jacksonville were _
of from Worthington Springs will Mrs. Wilton Conner and daughter Christmas Day guests of rela- ._ ,'. : <". ,. :- -,_: ::, : ::_ : .:, ':: ,-=:::.: :::: : ', "--J:: ::' : ,c-:_ --=-. __ 0
First Methodist Church Watch Night Event numbers throughout the Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of tives here.
Starke cordially invites you to A special feature of the Starke, and Mrs. Bishop Thomas The JIeilbronn WMU and Broth-
worship with us on the first Sun- "I. evening. will be the Andrews and children of LaCrosse were erhood will meet at the church
day of the New Year, January 3. program from Tampa that visiting Mrs. Reed Lewis Sunday Friday night at 7:30 o'clock.
The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will family Quartet
church has been heard so widely in the afternoon. .. .. .. . .. .. ,
preach at the 11 o'clock over several different Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait entertained ,, ,., ,. , .rmvnHIGHLAND
service on the subject. "Give Goda Tampa area Complimentingthese Mr. and Mrs. Tal Wallace WAIT !
Gospel programs.
Chance with your life in 1954." vocal singers will be the I and son Ronny and Mr. and I

The Lord's Supper will be servedat re music of two pianos manned by Mrs. Doyle Hazen and son Ralphie

the morning service. The sub- Tony Gonzales and Eloise Williams -I and Stanley Green at a buffet By Mrs. Lacy Norman

ject for the sermon at the 7:30 and the Gospel Trombonesof I luncheon Sunday night.
evening service will be "A Dynamic > Broand Bill Stanley. The Howard Motts, M. L.Tilghm AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMfAAmanda '
Church in a Changing World." Testimonies Frank of outstanding Christ- I1, the Pasco Mott family,,I and Barbara Gene ti1t:: ::=::::;.:. -:= ", ''"'!!.:':; -- :::; : <':: --. -'::- ._ ; _,

ian laymen and pastors throughout Albert Mott Shirley Smith Mrs. Wilkinson, Jonnie Mae Strickland,

:At The TabernacleA the area will be given duringthe Wilbur Addison and Beadie Carl- Wilbur Mobela, all of Jacksonville, .
four and one-half hour program ton enjoyed Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson of
cantata, "Little Town ofBethlehem" 4 Refreshments will be serv- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mott. Auburndale and Mr. and Mrs. DON'T BUY

was presented at the ed and fellowship enjoyed after Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ and Rudolph Prevatt of Lawtey, at
Gospel Tabernacle Christmas Eve, the mid-night hour by all present. family, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ I tended church services here Sun-
depicting the manger scene, the 1 An efficient public address sys- and family all of Maitland and ,day. ,
angels' triumphant announcement, tem is being set up to care for Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russ and familyof i Alice Austin and son, Lonzo of BEFORE SEE '

and the shepherds' journey. the overflow crowd so that all Apopka spent the holidays, Daytona Beach spent the Christ- _
t34L in
Sunday messages by the sponsor can hear the program even if on with friends and relatives mas holidays with friends and

also carried out the Christmas the outside; and a wellequippednursery Brooker.J. I relatives here.
available for those who E. Mott visited Lee Tilghman I :Mr.
theme is and Mrs. Homer Smith and The New
Gainesville the weekend.Mr. .
of over
Saturday night an t-npromptu want to use it.TROOKER". .daughter Shirley are spending the
and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and I
Youth Meeting was held, with all L Christmas holidays with friends
family had dinner in Gainesville!
taking part on the and relatives in South Carolina.
present pro.I I Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. M.
gram. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Pettetof A cordial invitation is extendedto They will return home this week.
Hendersonville, N. C. added everyone in this area by the A. Abrams and family. Mrs. J. D. Boone spent the
Diane Colson of Starke is spending
much to the services with their First Baptist Church, Hampton I Christmas holidays with her
vocal and instrumental music. to attend the New Year's Eve I Wait Jr.11111LU1 a few days with her grandparents daughter Virginia in TallahasseeMr. 1954 FORD
By Polly Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col
Watch Night Service, Thursday I and Mrs. Marvin Thompson
Presbyterian Church at 7:30: p. m. and hear Dr. Roy iuA1Church --.AAAAA----- ,son.Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Green and _.. ....!!
Mason, widely known radio I --'... ..-- -....
ProgramThe family were in Jacksonville and I Id
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- 'preacher and Bible Expositor. Dr. Brooker Baptist Church I Mandarin Sunday visiting friends I I

ing Worship 11 o'clock. Observ- Mason is pastor of the Buffalo held its Christmas program Wed- and relatives.Mr. .

ance of The Lord's Supper. Avenue Baptist Church, Tampa nesday night of last week at the and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, ON DISPLAYWED.
Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. and is heard each Sunday morning Church. Each of the classes had a Sr. are visiting the W. E. Bighams. r
7:30 Wed- over WRUF and a chain-net- which they performed.After .
Evening Worship : p.m. program Jr. over the holidays.Mr.
nesday Jan. 6, 7:30 p.m. PrayerMeeting work of radio stations throughout the program, gifts were exchanged and Mrs. L. 1... Hardee spent

and Bible Stu y. 8 p.m., the nation. He is a graduateof and bags containing fruit Saturday with the W. E. Bighams.Also I
{ Georgetown College, Southern and candy were given to everyone. visiting them were Mr and I
Adult Choir practice.Christian .Baptist Theological Seminary, All who attended certainly enjoyedit Mrs. Ted Gregory of Inverness, s
Moody Bible Institute and has II JAN. 6
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carroll and
ChurchBible of books
written number as
Personals family of Tallahassee, and .
well as edits a monthly paper, ,
and Mrs. Robert Hiers and daugh-
of Mr. and
School 9:45: a. m. Wor- FAITH AND LIFE, which has a Christmas guests I
ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Mrs. Hewlett Anderson were Mrs. ters of Gainesville.
national circulation. Dr. :Mason Mr. and :Mrs.
Christmas morning
Anderson's Mr. and Mrs., Reserved Seat!
m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday parents .'
7:30: p. m. J. E. Sherwood, will be glad to see and meet every- C. W. Harris of Monticello. Joining Bigham entertained friends at AT OUR SHOWROOMS

Minister. one who is a member of his radio I them for a buffet supper that open house. CAN you duplicate that

evening were Ewing Anderson of .,. .,..,. .,..,..,. .,..,..,..,..,. n'
', -- -- . -- .,- '"-': ,- ,, !' -' ,... -<'. Miami, Mrs. J. N. Anderson and favorite corner of yours if
I Miss Jane Anderson of Gainesville.
it's burned out? Is
Joining Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col- your

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke I son for Christmas day were their I insurance up to the job? ANDREWSMOTOR
son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Res- Marian Norman

[sie Colson of Starke and Mr. and I &UU A Ul/ Make sure! Count your
Mrs. F. F. Flume, also of Starke.
I ., IRE Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long I Even with all that rainy weather household contents dollars

\'. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor and daughter Martha of Raiford I to dampen the Christmas spirit, and protect this investmentwith
I stopped and visited with them. I a nice crowd turned out for the

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley and I Christmas program at the Baptist adequate insurance. CO.

sons L. C. and Steve and Mrs. L. Church.
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 L. DYal spent the weekend in St. If the stores here had kept open .
all day Christmas, patrons would
Petersburg. H. C.
probably have had to park on the '
Celine Jackson of Tampa 131 MADISON & ADAMS STS.
Sunday Sermons: 11:06 A.M. 7:30 P.M. visiting Jackie Dyal for a few' hard road, since it was gettingnear .
impossible to get up near the '
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. days. Jackie received her Secretarial stores and gas tanks. But with a STARKE, FLORIDACentral
Science degree from the Phone 146 .
of nice all this has
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Jones Business College, at Jacksonville 200 E. Call Street
cleared up and business goes on

... on December 17. ias I usual. Starke __ __.__ ._.__ __ ._ ,
'-- '-"C -- '. 'A '--- ''" '' >N '' -- ---
-- .-. p '.. .' ,. ,. .' .- -- -.- --" Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reddish were!. I -.' I:- '.. "'_>_'"'.:-.. ._ ;&. ,' ''. '" :

family entertained for Christmas I j visiting Laurice Clemons in Alachua ..
; .. .' : Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hendry andfamily :
/ ;: -- .-< :. : _/ >. > ; <.' .; ,;. :: :> General Hospital Sunday.
of Mandarin Mrs. Bessie,
Grady Varnes is home from the
Brannen of Jacksonville, Mrs. I

For A New Used Car Fula Green of Lake Butler, and I U Sgt.of F Jimmie for the Lee holidays.surprised his
or Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawhon, all
family by coming in from Puerto
for dinner, and for the afternoon PARK of4he PALMS
Rico last Thursday to spend the
Ie Green and daughter Marie, Mr. 1m -
holidays with relatives.
See Your Hometown Dealer and Mrs. Toby Sherouse and Also home with his family for
daughter, and Mrs. Zada DuBoseall the holidays is Raymond Redding,

of Gainesville. who is stationed in Virginia.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray of and Mrs. M. Beach spent
FIRST! ( 'ensboro, Ky, enroute to Miami, the holidays with her mother Florida's Bible Conference
stooped in Brooker for the night I Mrs. Delores Carmichael.Mr. .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof

Atkinson.Mr. the holidays here
Tampa spent
THEN SEE ED EDWARDS ( and :Mrs. Dovle Hazen and I and were accompanied home Sunday Keystone Heights, Florida :. '
son' Ralnhie had Christmas d toner by Archie Carmichael, who
with Mr. Hazen's mother, Mrs. will spend this week with them. I
AT THE R. E. Hazen. That evening, they i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns of ,

had supper with her parents. Mr. I Tavares: spent the holidays here
ond Mrs. D. L. Ward in Lake But- with relatives. GORDON L. PURDY, Director .

f CARTER COMPANYSTATE ler. Sorry to report the illness of ,i
J. Mrs. Jovce Castlen and childrenof Mrs. W. H. Green and hope she is

Owensboro, Ky. arrived Tues- soon better.
day to spend the holidays with Mrs. Ruby: Gaynoe and children
Jacksonville her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. were recent guests of relatives in

Fla.OVER Atkinson.Mr. Alabama. PROGRAM -- SEASON 1954
180 NEW and Mrs. L. A. Mott tad Fred Johnson was visiting the
family spent Christmas with 1(rs. Ancel Norman family and his

Rita Brown at Dunnellon. mother, Mrs. Florence Johnson,
AND USED CARS Jimmy Hazen and Buck Gill of Christmas afternoon and night.Mr. SPECIAL FEATURES and HOLIDAY EVENTS

Starke were visiting L. A. Mott and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and

Jr. Monday.Mr. daughters Joyce and Judy, spent beginning December 21 through CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS
TELEPHONE JACKSONVILLE 3-0672 and Mrs. Buster Rahn and Christmas in White Springs.

family formerly of Brooker, were Keith Reddish, another of our

: ,/ :_ ,,_.. ;;'_",/_,,:_ ; ,_.'':,_ .:: <,,'.- ._ ::-.0'.. ,_ ',' _; visiting the L. A. Motts Christmas students at U of F, is home for
the January 5-10________________REV. ROY W. GUSTAFSON, St. Petersburg, Fla.
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Lerov Norman was home for January 12-17________________DR. R. A. FORREST, Toccoa Falls Bible Institute, Toccoa Falls, Georgia
i the holidays with his family.

YOUR- T'.V'I I I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and January 19-24________________REV. CHARLES W. WARNER, Grace Methodist Church, Speculator, New York I
Convert Gerald Christmas Day
NOW FORBE ) I with son. relatives spent in Jacksonville January 24-29________________DR. J. ALLEN BLAIR, Memorial Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Mo. ,

Mrs Norman remained for a longer January 30-February 7REV. HORACE F. DEAN presents CHRIST FOR FLORIDA Conference with

Programs To Start Approximately visit. Dr. Walter L. Wilson, Dr. E. Schuyler English, Jim Vaus, Dr. Pierre W.

January 1st Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berry ef DuBose, Rev. L. E. Gebb, Dr. John Zoller, "Strat" Shufelt, and others.
Dillon S C. visited relatives here

We Have 7 Months Experience during the holidays.Mr. February 9-14 ____________:MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE, featuring Dr. S. Maxwell Coder, Bernard E.

With U.H.F. and Mrs. Richard Ray of Aldridge .

Jacksonville visited relatives here
last weekend. I, February 11____________MOODY ALUMNI BANQUET; Herbert Lockyer, Jr., Executive Secretary I

READY TO ENJOY THESE Mr. and Mrs. Buck Dennison of Alumni Association ( I

Hampton visited the Leroy Nor- February 15-19________________MR. HARRY LIU, Pocket Testament League !
Im The Circuit Court Of Bradford February 19-21___________CHRISTIAN BUSINESS MEN'S COMMITTEE Southeastern Regional Con- i
.'o..t,., Florida Im Ct..crr. ference '
ABOUT Herbert Lee McCoslin. Plaintiff vs.
Janice McCoalln, Defendant. i
J llarcia Case No. 10-Z5Z February 22-27____________ .DR. RAYMOND EDMAN, President, Wheaton College, Wheaton, 111. i
'TV Order Of Pabllratloa A.d X tite

To Marcia A...*Janice rt State of McCoslin.Florida Tot whose February 28______________DR. M. R. DeHAAN, Radio Bible Teacher, Grand Rapids, Mich. i

and address is: 12J9-A
Guaranteed Carplma residence Street San Francisco, California. February 22-26. _-._---__ASSOCIATION OF BIBLE CONFERENCE and CAMPS Fourth Annual

Reasonable PriesVork\ You .are required to appear on Convention

January 18. 1934. in} the above named -
I I Court and cause wherein pla.inI I March 2-7___________LATIN AMERICA MISSION, featuring Phil Saint, Evangelist-artist, Rev. R.
tiff seeks divorce support and
Kenneth Strachan General Director
maintenance of minor children. ,
Bradford County Telegraph shan
Chas. C. Shepherd publish weekly Issues.this Order in next four March .9-14________________ANGELYN DANTUMA, Dean of Women, Moody Bible Institute

seal Wttness at Starke my ,hand Florida and, this official December March 16-21____________(To Be Announced. ) __ -7\- '

T.V. RADIO SEAT COVERS .OFFICIAL 17. 1953.SEAL) Charles A. Darby I March 23-28___________________SUDAN INTERIOR MISSION, featuring Rev. Tommie Tilcomb
As CIE'rk'or said Court
PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. .I 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
Martin: J. Pearl. SOT Consolidated
., !,Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida. t l
Attys. for PIt l/18 4t 1/13

L LR OIl.lelw -L

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YYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYY Ocala. with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yar- THE BIGHT POINT for the ,
ney and any such claim or demand XOTICE "
Sunday before Christmas Mrs. brough. Thursday Albert Yar wayyou.write. Come In and select not so filed shall be void. Picked up on Brownlee Road De-
STATE FARMtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. June Edwards brough came and also Mr. and your favorite ESTERBROOK Floyd King. cember 26th, 1 cow marked swallow
As administrator of the fork under bit one
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Mitchell Baxley.and daughter Estate ear split undrr-
Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at Roy R. King deceased bit other ear, 1 small bull with
Edwards at Orange Park. Rita Ann of Ocala, .Mrs. JohnB. chain around neck. 1 bull calf C
BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- First publication January 1. JJ54. part Jersey ,
1 black he.fer
SgL Mrs. O. B.
Master and Johns and four children of
11.U. :I/%! Contact Sheriff's
GKAFD Office. It 1,1
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Baxley
Thompson and daughters Becky Jacksonville. They enjoyed their

and daughter Rita Ann of Orlan- Sue and Peggy Lee of Greenville, Christmas dinner Thursday and aH a NOTICE TO CREDITORS -, ,- .- .-.--... -' -'
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do were spend the night guests'ofher S. C. arrived Saturday before returned home except the Yar-' ly Jura burgess orDOMCA. (1933 Probate Art. Sees its 110) -'
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. 3.: I In tke Court of the C*.." Jadge,
the with Gainesville'wh left AT
Christmas for holidays broughs from PIEBR Bradford Coaatr, Florida |
Yarbrough Sunday before Christ- her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. I Friday. I. Probate
Wherein we welcome In soak it in In re Estate of Roy R King. Deceased -
mas. the from sagging, boiling
Rosier. Mrs. A. C. Belche and sons, STATIONEveryone
Recent visitors of Mr and Mrs.J. Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Moncriefare ,George and Fred spent. Christmas .New Year and put away the water for half hour before using. Ta All Creditor and Persona Marine I
G. Caldwell and Mrs. J. B. I : Christmas decorations and pres- This will also prolong its life. Claim or Demands Again had a nice time when Joe
glad to have their daughterand with her daughter, Mrs Donald Estate gave away the fifty gals of
Caldwell were Mrs Leland Luff- Bob ents. I plan to make the New BEEF POT ROAST: I use You and each of gas. The lucky signatured
son-in-law, Mr.: and Mrs. Turner and family, of Chatta- you are hereby were: Bill WhiUey of Starke, Fla,
man and daughter and son-in-law, Joe Year the best yet. about 3 1.2 lb. rump roast of notified and required to present any 20 gals. C. Y. Wvtey
hoochee. en-
Underhill back from Germany.Mr. son, was claims and demands which you or ; Copeland of Fla, 15 gals; Nathan Starling
.Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Williams of and Mrs. E. C. Long and route home on leave from servicein To be honest, to be kind; beef. I salt and pepper it good either of you may have against the Lawtey, Fla. 10 gals.; V. R. Ferguson, Lawtey Fhu 5 gals.
of .
and sear it on all sides in an iron estate Roy R Kite, deceased.
of Chat-
met the in
YVYYYYYVYYYYYYYYVYVmVICHARLEY daughter had the following Japan family To earn a little and spend a late of said County to the Witnessed; by: Fred Bryant L 3. Bryan, B. K. Wheeler, Mrs
families tahoochee and accompanied them skillet. I slice an onion in the County of
their children and enjoy- little less Judge Bradford Muriel Gilhool-, Happy Year to
dinner with them. home here on Friday night. Joe ; hot skillet. When the meat is Cow+nty, Florida, at his office in the Everyone.OUR
ing Christmas To make the whole family hap- court house of said County at
and to Chattahoochee Sun- seared on all sides, I lift it out ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long returned for his Starke. Florida within eight calendar .
daughter Mary Ann, and Mr. and day with his sister for a few days To pier renounce when presence that; shall and put in a roaster with a lid. first months publication from of the this notice.time of Each the -ti_: =-:-:_:---:.. -::'- =;;'.-::: :=- := fi: _'.' ,- : _: _: .

Mrs. Maurice Edwards, Jr. and visit before returning home to be and not to be Pour 3-4 cup water in the hot claim or demand shall be in writing -
children. Tommy and Patricia all spend the balance of his leave with necessary skillet with the onion and stira and shall state the place of

of Starke. his family here. To bitter keep ;a few friends\ but bit then pour in the roaster: with residence the claimant and, and post shall office be address sworn of to! ANNUAL CAMELLIA

Mr and Mrs. L. W. Pace and those without capitulation.Above beef. Cover and bake at' 275 de- by the claimant, agent his attor- SALE

son shared their Christmas dinner ,.yyyyy yyY Y. Y YYY. Y' all, on the same grim grees for 3 hours. :Make gravyin I I' "..:-= : ( ,,= ,",,:wod i BEGINS JANUARY
Mr. and Mrs. the brown broth when done. 1 I 1st
(with her sister. i
Hardy Hagood and Mr. and Mrs. GRAHAMby I with conditions himself., to keep friends lift out meat, add a little more ;i HEAR BETTER I And will continue as long as necessary to

:jj. L. Hobbs all of Jacksonville. Here is a task for all that man water and thicken with corn adjust inventory.For .
II starch. If fat wants to stand on i OR PAY NOTHING
I Mr. and Mrs. W. Feagle spent Mrs. Bonnie has of fortitude and de-
I Saturday after Christmas in Jack- McKinney.AAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ top add baking powder and boil. I I the convenience of all who cannot come out during

sonville with her brother and family I licacy.Robert Louis Stevenson. This is Don's favorite meat and IMlYKIIETim II1UITEEI the week.

G. Edwards, way of cooking.I .
Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. Feagle's niere. Miss Helen I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff and Christmas has come and gone. like New Years. 1951in 'p1'1- WE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Edwards accompanied her home son Walter spent Christmas day For us it was a pleasant day seem strange to write for a time.I .

E. JOHNS & SON for a week's visit. with Mr. Ratliffs sister and I sunny and not too cold. A few like to think I am making each i ALL DAY EACH SATURDAY

Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wainwrightand brother-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. Irvin -.I patches of snow on the ground. new year just a little better. I I
about this questionMy to miss a day readingmy HEARING AIDS Throughout The Winter or Until Further Notice
plan never
family had as Sunday dinner Boyd in Trenton. I went up to the church ChristmasEve
euests Mr. Wainwright's family: I to a program. When I re- Bible and to get one of those THtEE GIEAT MOOEISI I
Charlie Frazier of Miami spentI WRITE
nearsighted boss wantsme : ,father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. turned home Don and I openedour new Bibles that are on the market DCM $ .CeMdoooDooicotl.1 TELEPHONE OR CALL AT NURSERY

to go hunting again. Last t.;,T. L. Wainwright: sister :Mrs.I I the holidays with his parents, Mr. gifts under the tree. So many and read it. I gave one for Christ- 75- MillIIIIUCANOVA I FOR DETAILS

year I put blanks in his gun i incase Marguerite Brassell and daughter I and Mrs. C. Frazier. nice presents from our children I mas and read a little in it beforeI I NEW PRICE LIST ON REQUEST -- 1

he mistook me for game. j i Peggy, all of Lawtey. Brothers|i Mrs. Elizabeth Dryden has as and grandchildren. We were so I gave it away. I plan to give

lie has bought your $5000 I included Sgt. Jack Wainwright, of guests over the weekend Mr. and happy and felt greatly blessed. I I more as gifts. I will next week GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES CO.
Mrs. Willie West of Palmetto, Mr. put my quilt in the frame and be-
Ft. Jackson. S. C.; Dan Wainwright -I' want to thank all who sent me
Hunting* Accident Policy cost- and wife and two sons, 'and Mrs. Harvey Starling of Christmas cards and I shall write I gin quilting. Life takes on a PHARMACY Glen St Mary, Fla. Telephone 186-W
ing $3 for each of us. I \ Macclenny
Malcolm and Darrell; Mr. and j Miami and Mr. and Mrs. P. New- each a personal letter. You have feeling of old-fashioned home asA
this fully protect me, or do I I nuilt and makes bread. YYY.Yy..yyyy. . .
A A .A.. - "
Mrs. F. B. Wainwright and three some of Jacksonville.Mr. made me so happy.We vue sews 'iUU'
still hand him blanks? I I seed cata- ,.,.., .. __ I
will be getting --
I soon -
daughters. Judy Betty and Frank- and Mrs. Carlton Davis of are having so far a mild I "-
*Adjust amount and premiumto I ie. all of Jacksonville. Mr. and Perry visited their parents, Mr. I and pleasant winter. This morning loguesand plan my graden for

fit your policy.CharleyE. Mrs. James Wainwright of Melbourne and Mrs. N. J. Davis and Mr. and I took the Christmas tree out I spring. So much to look forward

and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. I Mrs. Berry Dyal last week. I.and after New Year will takedown 'to.

Wainwright and children Patsy Mr. and Mrs. Lessie Jones and I the rest of the decorationsand Out here in Missouri, our neigh-

and Clyde of Lawtey. II children of Dundee spent Christ- put them all up in the attic boring state we had a kidnapingA
Johns Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins had i mas with his parents. Mr. and along with the roaster for the man and woman kidnapped a

I her daughter Mr. and :Mrs. Dan ,Mrs. Carl Jones. turkey. We did not have companyfor boy of six. They killed him and

Tilley of Jacksonville for Christmas I Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Christmas but we roasted the buried his body in the back yard

dinner and Mrs. Tilley and i George Rivers were Mr. and Mrs. turkey and had a big feed in the of her home. Then collected $600.-

& Son AgencyPhone Mrs. Collins spent Saturday in Leon Ellington and daughter of dining room. I felt a great peace 000 ransom. They were caught

Archer. I Starke. Clyde Kelley of Brooker in mv soul and we rested arid in a few hours and both died in

Mrs. Albert Yarbrough and chil- and :Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kelleyof i I took life easy. the gas chamber for the terrible AND MARKET'

13 Starke, Fla.I Wednes-day Jacksonville. From my friend Mrs. Fred crime. He was 34 and she was

.A &&!&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&...1 I, Holiday quests of Mr. and Mrs. Lang at Clay Hill I received mybox 41. This is the message the man PHONE 70 STARKE FLA.
F. T. Abernathy were Mr. and of holly from a tree in their left to the world. They were both ,

Mrs. Forest Reynolds of Jacksonville vard. The holly was more lovely alcoholics. "Tell the world THESE PRICES GOOD THURSpAY AND SATURDAY

I ALVAREZ' STORE m Mr. and Mrs. Duffie Aber- I this year than in previous years Tell them that only God is im-

EstaMen'sblishedClothing i 1894 nathy and children of Ocala and _It never wilted one bit and was in portant. I know it now. And tell -

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Abernathy and|perfect condition. I used some olI them that if it weren't for whiskev LISTED BELOW ARE A

son of Graham.Mr. I it to put with the spruce and dec these penitentiaries would be 5 LBS POTATOES
and Mrs. John Moody and orated the open stairway. Everyone closed.-Carl Austin Hall. tREE NUMBER OF ITEMS THAT

\YflNKLERELECfRICSERVICERADIO children spent the holidays in seemed to enjoy the decora It makes me wonder just who

Jacksonville visiting his children. tions which smelled so fragrant. ol f all is to blame for those misspent WITHOUT CHARGE With $5.00 Order or Over THE PRICE HAS BEEN

I Arthur Melton and sister Carline -
I the spruce boughs. .
lives and who has failed in the REDUCED
of Waldo spent the holidays HELPFUL HINTS: If your Lb C
I teaching in our laws. God
( with their grandparents, Mr. and shoes get rain-soaked, put saddle! or BANANAS 1 0

,I Mrs. Albert Willis. I soap on them and let them dry., grant in the new :year we shall Golden Ripe From To
I Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney the leather will not be hard and not make so many mistakes. 3C

had as holiday guests Mr. and stiff. If fat gets afire on the! God bless you all. Happy New Lb

Mrs. M. L. McKinney and children stove throw salt on it to put out. Year! BACON

AND Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKinney To prevent a new rope clothes line! -LURA THE BEST WHITE 39CSOC EachTHE
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Mc- I T

;v TELEVISIONSales Kinney of St. Augustine, Sgt. and Gum Robert Taylor. BEST IRISHPOTATOES
is Mrs. Ottis N. McKinney of Columbus i I .

Ga., E. B. McKinney and son Set I I Coming To Florida"All Lbs
: Frank, Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Sher- 1 0 23C \

I I wood and son Joe, all of Starke, For January 6, 7 I the Bn-thers Were Valiant". LOW EVERY DAY PRICES

and Service and Horace McKinney of Hampton thrill-packed adventure romance
Junction. A practical demonstration on' in Technicolor will the
I occupy Lb
224 N. Temple I Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida the latest gum farming techniques i iI [I!I screen at the Florida Theatre ROAST k29C

j CARD OF THANKS. will be held in Columbia and this Sunday anti:Monday. Tender Baby C Soap

I 6th Robert Taylor, Stewart Granger, -
Union Counties on I i
We would like to our I
; friends for all the kindness and 7th by the Florida Forest and Ann Blyth are the stars in PowdersAll
I Cans
many Soap

:* Sell It Rent ft Trade It and time generosity of illness. shown Special us praise in our also I Service and Program.the Naval Stores Conservation which this romantic was filmed triangle in Jamaica, most of in TOMATOES 2 2SC 1

the Coffee
British West Indies.
for Dr. and Mrs. Houpt and I
their staff.-Corlie :Mae and Ern- Farm Forester George Reinert Taylor is seen as Joel Shore,

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow est Triest. stated that the Columbia County who sails for the Gilbert Islands CORN cream style 2 cans 2SC All Instant Coffee

demonstration will be held on .the in search of whales and also to

Rates Good Results Easy To Place TOO LATE Henry Parnell farm between 2 p.m. find his brother, Mark, who sup 1

TO CLASSIFYFOR I and 4:30: p.m., on January 6. posedly jumped ship on a previous Crisco
20 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION - 50c Parnell's farm lies 5 miles N.W.of voyage. The exciting plot sees Vienna

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c S.-\LE-on Jan. 1 & 2 atScott's Lake City on the Lake Jeffry brother pitted against brother a SAUSAGE 2 23C Lard
311 W. Washington, St.,
DISCOUNT: OF is PER CENT ov TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS: Road (State Road 129)). Parnell bloodcurdling ship mutiny, a spec-
other used furni-
antique and has used the spiral gutter instal- tacular whale hunt, an attack by
lation for the first time this sea- island savages, and the devotionof Over SeaINSTANT Sugar
FOR RENT-Unfurnished apart- hoc
MEMORUNS,CARD OJF THANKS RESOLUTIONS-20c PER LINE son and treats his turpentine trees i iI a native girl to a white man. COFFEE
ment, 5 rooms, 2 baths, 311 W.
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) Washington St. ltchg with acid using the bark hack.I Taylor and Granger play the SMALL Bleach
:1 This offers an excellent exampleof seafaring brothers of opposite

1 tj latest techniques available to temperaments whose differencesare

j\1 I FOR future SALE, two-J9d-acre miles south farm of with llrnli't4Jwn a W. C. T. U. gum farmers.On resolved in the story's thrill- COFFEE Over Sea ARGE91C Tuna FishMacaroni I

A. J. THOMAS Partially planted in permanent the afternoon of January7th ing climax of mutiny.YOU'LL .

pasture, bearing pecan trees, FORGETTING THOSE from 2 to 4:30: p.m., a second -
BROKER new three-bedroom house. If
REAL ESTATE interested -
LOVE the 1I'Att"rbrook
14 Temple A'., Telepheae :U at JSi.OOO, contact 1. P. THINGS WHICH ARE BEHIND, demonstration will be held on the new -
Starke. Florida Hartley, Morntottn, Fla. AND REACHING FORTII UNTC I Roy R. Crews' property in Union parse-size fountain pens In Ib cloth bag .79 1 1FA
Itp 1/1 pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad- F FLOUR[ 25INSTANT
FOR SALE-Electric: Sanitary com- BEFORE. I (WE) PRESS TOWARD Cliftonville about one mile north I
1-)1..1. ad lUomliK Hon.e. puting scale, 24 lb. capacity. $25 THE MARK FOR Till of Florida 100. III I-
priced right "lta attrncllte Electric Coca-Cola cold drink box Beans
Term.. J2S. Pinehurst Cabins. Phone PRIZE OF THE HIGH CALLJNCOF Both demonstrations will be Informal String j
1T-R-1-1. 31t'I'!! GOD IN CHRIST JESUS"PIIILLIPLNS practical training sessionson I II B
3--Mre bantam location well D IC
located and properly priced. A-lTED-Painting- and carpentry 31314. the installation of soiral gut-II Cream Style Corn 1
work. 1st class work .
guaranteed. double headed nails and
ters with FL'.1\
9-Far*>. ... R..co.... ap t. Vernon Chambers phone !94. l'ARKE
1.OOO acre Now U the tIe Available at anytime. *tp 1 1 the use of acid stimulation with I
ta bar ('.Hie price will ad.taace. I I the bark hack demonstrating the! J JOWLS Tongue Lb PanCake Flour
J. D. HtNDLE YOUR advantages of these newer methods, Fri., Sat. Jan. 1, 2 I

4-Lake Hone*Froat."ST la tar. City sad "lta CATTLE- SALES AND-HOGS RICH I of working trees over the older DOUBLE FEATURE All Canned Milk
Lire wood hack and inserted
Oak Eaeh Wedaeaday conventional -
.'HT THE NEW YEAR Galaestllle Each Friday gutter method. Night Raiders Of i All Kinds
\KSTMENT! IX REAL FOR SALE av x ." x U" Con- Naval Stores Forester Jack E. Montana
ESTATE. crete Block ISc each. Plenty of Turner, Florida Forest Service BUNCHES
Mortar Mix and Cement Bradford
With Lane
Engineering Company. Phone I See I and Area Forester Arthur A. Rocky Grits

FOR RENT- -Furnished cottage and ,.. tf Murphy, Naval Stores Conserva- ANDHoneychile- carton C

apartments. Excellent close in WHY PAY RENT- -When you can BILL JACKSONJackson tion Program will conduct' the! COCA COLABIG 21 1
location. Reasonable rent. 201
own your home with a small All Cereals
Weat Madlnon. Starke. Fla. tf down payment and the balance Transfer Compan; training session and afford inter- '
paid like rent. W. H. Nollman. ested gum farmers and chippers I LV TECHNICOLOR
WANTED companion-Woman of the or widow couple of for M. Starke. Fla. tfchg Phone 165 an opportunity to practice the in- With Judy Canova all lean Lb All Kinds Flour

Rhoden. Rent fre. 4 miles on FOR SALE-4-burner standard Rise stallation and acid application. Plus Serial and Cartoon STEW S 44C
Kaiford road. Mrs. Stella Rhoden. gas range. $!3. Also apartment rYYTYTTTYYYYTYYTTTTTYYTT"'HERE
Up size gas refrigerator $%1). Millard -
Judd, cor. Lafayette and \\ TRAINING AND Block All Catsup
Adams or phone 215-J Itp 1/1 Sun., Mon. Jan. 3, 4
Lake Ball... Fl. FOR SALE-Tw> acre or will sell The PathfinderWith
Camellias, Azaleas, Standard and !' in lots. Mrs Dove holder Rt. 1. (f you need a truss or surgica Changes HandsProperty Lb Peaches
rare varieties. Ailio Dayliliea. Highest RnJ J2S. starke. Fla. itp I'IS Gee. MontgomeryPlus 39C
quality reasonable prices. Open support, you cannot afford tt
SaturdAYs and Sunday except by I FOR SALE-4 Hrntwl i I.-w- r..* n transaction during the Cartoon and News Tomatoes'rubbing
:take chance with hoops
a your
appointment. nice: shoalts. W R. Cook It t,
Box 28. Starke. Fla. Itp >Y being Improperly fitted. past month as shown by court I i
RADIOS REPAIREDAll west records.include: Tues..Jan. 5 ONLY I
Make AU ....1. WANTED-Maid full time. Apply Here at Caneva Prescription Nov. 30-Charles and Ethel i. I ALCOHOL pt. 13C Vienna.Sausage I
....*.CHAS....le eaargea C. SHEPHERD- caaraateed 'It Fl Rtnrhn Mntel ltchg Outer we have trained tecn- Hess. Lawtey to Benjamin Sus- The Glory Brigade

yes W Call .r. ...". Pit. 1SFOR HOrSEKEEPER WANTED Mrs. nlciaas, both male and femaleto low, Block 3, Town of Lawtey, for With Motor Mature Potted
Clyde Priest fr. nt of City Meat
Hall.Itp Mire you.aemember 2000. I
Plus News, Short and Cartoon
RENT-Unfurnished. house. Inquire jour health ant Dec Benjamin and Anna NOTICE We will I
at Bn St tmn tf FOR RENT- Comfortable 3 room -- be closed Fri.
.rtment w'lt>> bath all electric comfort depend 8D expert Snslow to Charles and Ethel Hess, Wed., Thurs. -Jaa. 6,7 Oleo ;
"OR SALE 17U acres partly kitchen also sleeping rooms. 202 one and one-half lots on N. Walnut -i \
cleared near Starke Farmers W. Madison St. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell DOUBLE FEATURE- Jan. 1st.
Market 1100 per acre. Contact A. Itch ntttag.CANOVA Street tor 2000. i* Butter
II. Balgemann. HI I6th St. N.- St. Dec. 2-Canal Timber Corp. to Northern PatrolWith
Petersburg Fla. 4tp l/i FD j:::'1.F.-Jt >''." tn h" mn\"M"
S0 down 1)0 plus f% Interest Seaboard Airline Railroad Co, 50 Libby Grant
HELP WA\"TEn-ofan or Woman tn n..r month on 11.750 balance. Have PRESCRIPTION CENTEI ft by 500 ft. right of way strip I We Will Deliver Orders Tea -
distribute Watkina Nationally 'nt for salen ryes road to pothouse AND- $5.00 or More Thursday and !
for $800. (Located
advertised Products to established on. Contact Mrs. Joyce T. PHONE 4202 east of Law Saturday. Inside City Limits FREE, Out of Town
customers in Starke Full or Futch. Lawtey. Fal. lip tey). ;
part time. Earnings unlimited.No (Near Hospital) Dec 7-Carl and Auguste Stein. The Seahornet Small Charge. We Deliver at 11 o'tlock A. M. and 4 Cigarettes '
car nr other Investment nec FOR l4LF.-J. ree Friel 1-ire. rood Gainesville Fla.IAAAALLLAAAALAAAAAAAAAA I Cameron and Adele Mara
essary. Write Mr. C. R. Ruble ..n- Dept D-4. The J. R. W..tkins Co. hnltv at Bill Reddish Store Hell-'.a" lot on Cherry Street for 5000. I
Memphis. Ten a. lip bronn Springs. itp


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