Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Council Hears Subdivision Requests, Single flc

. Proposition- On Rebuilt Generators B FORD Copy U

Starke's City Council tackled term "rough grade," but bolt;'I Official County Publication Established In 1879

aome familiar problems Tuesday sides agreed to attempt a com-

night as the two new subdivisionsand promise.The i VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1954 NUMBER TWENTY-TWO
I the City's power generator Council spent the rest of -

plant A delegation held the spotlight.of home buyers the evening made by hearing W. R.two Campbell propositions -, ,' Guests Pictured At Annual Chamber Of Commerce Dinner :, Commission Seeks Final $400,000On

from the Demetree Builder's "Sar- who respresents A. G. Schooiimak- ,

Heights" subdivision appeared er, a seller of re-built power gen-
atoga I
I I before the Council to requestthat rators. I Bond Issue To Assure Road Work
the city rent a pump to tem Campbell told the Council of '

porarily pump sewage until a lift some 1180 k.w. heavy duty enginesfor I :

station is completed near the sub $71,783 and cf some 1136 k.w. A resolution asking the State veniences due to road building.

division. engines for $66.300. The City has Road Department to advance' In a review A the road building :;

After discussing the questionwith been exploring possibilities of purchasing a $400.000 against the $1,000,000 program he told the Board that
the Council, W. C. Demetree one or two engines of that K ,L'Apj. Bradford County bonds validated; about 90 per cent of the rights-of- !
for two !size for its generating plant. F 4f recently in circuit court,
agreed to rent the pump was i way were donated by propertyowners
months at $90 a month if the City The Council agreed to hold a adopted by the County Commission I i and that there were 22 }

J would agree to operate it The special meeting next Tuesday with on Monday in a regular meeting at j i condemnation suits now in I

home buyers were promised that the Board of Bond Trustees at \ the courthouse. I I I tion. liUga'I'I

they could move in as soon as possible 7:30 to discuss the purchase of the t Invitations for bids on the bond I II Shortly after the

probably this weekend. generators. The City's present I issue are returnable on December I)opened by a prayer meeting led was I
by Rev.
be- high work load will soon be increased I I
Joseph D. Warren appeared 113 at Tallahassee. A delegation i IIiOl of the Pine Level

fore the Council to request a speed by the two subdivisions -' lot county commissioners, Hollis Church, J. L. Wynn, who lives Baptist oa l I

cp in water at sewer line installa- i and by the new Setzer's Super I :j'V Knight, county attorney, and j the Sampson City Road, requested I
tion at the Pinehaven subdivision. market. Representative Doyle E. Conner(: that the Board put
a short
Warren also debated with the The Councilmen agreed that the will attend. '!section of fence taken down up
to purchasing of the new generators I by tho I
Council over the City's promise Above are two views taken at th> Chamber of Commerce banquetlast Knight told the Board that every;contractors. He was assured it

"rough and grade"the Council his disagreed streets. Warren over could since not it be takes postponed 90 days much to install longer ; \Waldo Continues Thursday as the guests wait foi. the bountiful turkey dinner. D. '' Christmas Parade I road covered by the bond issue !;t would be done.
i will be completed. He also Dr.
re- A.
the extent of work covered by the I i the heavy equipment. R (Duly) Matthews was the principal speaker for the banquet. ; Y. Covington, director
;Viewed the method of appraising:Bradford
Photo ; County Health
-Polaroid 1-Minute by the TeleraphRep. Depart-

Humphreys Gold Corp. EmployeesWill Secession Plans Held Here TodaySanta (i,used that when by the a Road definite Board amount, stating was I I;'i 1 meat his department, told the had Board taken of in actions several -

I i i set for a parcel of land, no more cases of tuberculosis

Soon Work Five-Day Week ; l D., R. Matthews Praises Starke i I than that amount could be paid !! satisfaction with the, progress expressing -

I Waldo residents may attempt I i Claus will be airborne on II for it unless the County paid the I I[being made.

7.f. s secession from Alachua County to his first visit to Starke this year,,, extra amount. He added that the

Humphreys at both Gold the Corporation Trail Ridge duction relieves problems Trail Ridge, and of it certain will bring pro- II County in a desperate I J J In Chamber Of Commerce Banquet Talk i but he left his reindeer in the b "'" I courts will not pay for incon- I meeting A lighter when note Mrs.was Katie added Griffis to the,

employees effort to save their high school j north and will be travelling >'i I :who
the two Humphreys plants into introduced herself
will soon worka as the
and Highland mines land the '
consolidation Gainesville He will at Lacy
conformity with the 40-hour week : I: "grumblest woman in
five-day week instead of the I or Hawthorne's schools. Congressman D. R. (Billy Mat.* gu ded through local industrial j Conway Airport between 8:30 ana Safe Driving'Day : BradfordI
which has been standard County,
throughout engaged in
*ix days E. C. Weichel Jr., plant Eighty-five residents voted unanimously -: thews was the featured speaker at 'plants, and the 1951 exhibit at the 9 a.m. Friday to begin Starke'a I I: a spirited debate -

manager, announced this week. The the Trail country for years. I i at a meeting last week to the annual banquet of the Starke Tampa State Fair. annual Christmas celebration. \ In Nation I; with Commissioner H. A.
Weichel Ridge plant began j i :Bishop about the road she lives
In a letter to employees operating under a six-day week approve the secession plan. I.nd Bradford County Chamber ofCommerce Jeny O. Gay, new C of C president Santa wijl be interviewed b> rr. Griffis on
i Loop. She
said a 15 per cent pay increase its A committee : held Thursday night, t received at this time donations Jerry Gay, Chamber of Commerc \Hext maintainedthat
construction seven-man
during early was \ Wednesday the road
to j I was "crooked
would accompany one-half the change of the stages. Work weeks of 55 or 0j i, named at the meeting to circulate II Dec. 2, in the Methodist recreation I of cement blocks, glass brick, pi evident, over radio station blacksnake's back" and that as a
make up about .uiULng.Praisir.g. and cash toward the construction WDVII at 9:30 a.m. He will then: f it
hours were not uncommon under petitions for the secession. Don
loss in pay caused by the elimina-I the early "rush" construction days. II I Schenck chairman of the committee I the community for thespirit :I of a new and larger headquarters visit the first five grades of the 1 I| Next Wednesday will be "Safe j Commissioner should be straightened, while the
tion of scheduled overtime. Weichel I i i I Driving Day" in Bradford County argued that it had
for the Chamber
of cooperation and the initiative of Commerce Suiike School.
The week carried
six-day was over week that the
said the new pay schedule wouldbe !'according to Sheriff P. D. Reddish, a slight bend in it. AH pres.laughed
from the construction to the oper- I main objective of the committeeis that kept it from becoming a offices. It is planned to construct The Christmas parade will format ent
higher than the average in the ghost town _after the a building about 30x40 feet the north end of the schooi j who is chairman for the day in the when }frs. Griffis pre-
ation stage in order to save time i to keep the high school in closing 01Camp aLi high faced one
community. I that would be necessary for hiring I Waldo, but he added that Waldo ,I Blanding, the Congressmansaid i some location other than the pres- at 1:15: p.m. It will follow TempltAve. I county. Sheriff Reddish is working I"See here, Grumblebox remark with .the. ." words:
Weichel said the reduction of the and training new men. residents are also seeking better he admired the manner in !sent site if suitable property to Call St., and then it will I in cooperation with the Presi-

work week would give more leisure Discussion on going to the nor representation in county govern- I which the citizens of Starke have ,can be secured. Mr. Gay said return to the high school by way dent's Action Committee for Trot the The matter was settled when

time for the employees to de- mal five-day week has occurred ment and school affairs. i assumed their responsibilities to i hat Paul Crawford local contractor of Thompson St. and Walnut St. fic Safety. Board agreed to do some workon

vote to outside interests and to several times at Trail Ridge, but Bradford I community, state, and nation. had agreed to do the The band will make several stops The aim of the day is to prevent the surface of the road.
County School Supt. Use
their families. The company plansto operational problems usually prevented Harmon P. Morgan said that Preceding the Congressman'stalk 'masonry work on the new building, along the way with special Christmas a single traffic accident of the courthouse tower
continue the Trail Ridge plant the change. The openingof j' A. J. Thomas Sr., on behalf I if it is constructed. Mrs. Howe music. throughout the nation. Sheri I tor Civil Defense plane spotting

en a seven-day week operation, but the new Highland plant reviewed would operating be a high:! school in Waldo of the C of C, presented a plaque of !stated that donations of around The line-up for the parade wih I Reddish urges drivers and was discussed with Mrs. Marion

the Highland plant will operate discussion on the work week, financially unsound evenif appreciation to Eugene L. Matthews .$600 have been received toward be as follows: Police car, American .strains to follow three steps pede-I Howe, secretary of the Chamberof
around the clock for five days each and the Waldo were made a part of the !will make this Commerce, who told the Board
five-day week was adopted. publisher of The Bradford i new building up to date. Legion color guards, high help goal possible. I
week when construction is com Bradford County. At present County Telegraph. The citation I The bountiful turkey dinner was school band: Boy Scouts, Girl I 1)) Obey all traffic regulations. the site had been approved by the

pleted. Company officials said that initial there are only 36 students in the read: i nrepared and served by ladies of Scouts Mrs Young's Class Rotary | 2) Follow common sense rules of Civil Defense organization. After

The move will mean several additional employees response to the Waldo high school. I "In recognition of the 75th An- t e Methodist Church in the recreation Club, Lion's Club, Woman's Club, (good sportsmanship and courtesy. the much talk about what was up in

employees will be hiredat change appears to be favorable. Schenck said the group had received niversary Edition, of all the past hall which was decorated in Junior Woman's Club, BrookerGarden I 3) Stay alert and careful, mindful climbed tower, Commissioner Bishop

the Trail Ridge plant The The move was partly initiated be i no assurance from Bradford editions of the Bradford County the Yuletide motif for the occasion. Club, football float, BPW I of the constant possibility ot up through the ceiling for

change will be made possible when cause of many complaints by employees I County officials that they might Telegraph and of the service rendered |The beautifully appointed banquet Club, Santa Claus and the Chas !accidents caused by negligence. I ad-wised

concerning the lack of f i keep their high school if the secession to Bradford County, to i its tables were arranged and decoratedby ber of Commerce Float, and the The number of traffic deaths i I to be built ,
the start-up of the Highland mine leisure time. I move were to succeed but he members I' before a volunteer
of the and
people, and to the great State of Starke Garden Florida Highway Patrol. injuries has been reduced from could group
,said two members of the committee Florida Club, while the speaker's table Santa last year's 38.000 deaths I use the tower for CD pur
Claus have five
the Starke Chamber ot will: helpers
New School May Tom Moore |had talked with unnamed Bradford Commerce presents to you, EugeneL. featured a striking floral arrangement while in Starke. Their clothes'I 1,000,000 injuries although Americans ,poses.
Stages The
j County officials about the move. Matthews, editor and publisher! created by Mrs. O. L. Beasley will be furnished by Big Daa are driving more cars more;the Board. then suggested that

I Schenck pointed out that there this testimonial of apprecfatiojf-ol r1. !? Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Manufacturing' Co., Inc. The I t miles yian,ever before.- _. iI j lcontractora Clerk ; bids from several .

Next MonthThe iQuiz Show Dec. It are 32 students in the 7th grade good will and best wishes for theyears During the evening door prizes. Starke stores will remain opeu I Local law enforcement officials the on the cost of making
Open l i
at Waldo and over 200 students in to come." .Donated by local l merchants, werehstributcd during the two Thursday afternoons 'hope that "Safe Drivng Day" necessary repairs.A .

the lower grades that will eventually 'I l T. IL Slade, outgoing C of C '! among the ladies. I before" Christmas for shopping I won't boomerang as did "Fire Prevention petition signed by about 64

first of Starke's new school be ready for high school. Tom Slade, who served as masts I i Week" this fall. Fire Prevention I'i residents requested that the Board

buildings may be put in use fo: Waldo's attendance is still ]less i I resident, and Mrs. Marian Howe, of ceremonies, enlivened the proceedings Week was touched off byj I,"hard surface a road leading in a

lowing Christmas vacation, according -i than that of Lawtey for instance, executive secretary gave a reviewf with a running fire of One I Vote Decides 'a costly fire that ruined Keystone)I.westerly direction to the Primitive

to Harmon Morgan, school and Lawtey's high school students j > the year's work, highlights of jokes, while vocal numbers by Miss :Inn in Keystone Heights and it was:'Baptist church, a distance of about
a attend school in Staike. .vhich Eotbe: Bastedo were highlights of Keystone Heights j climaxed by a $65,000 two miles."
superintendent. Morgan asked the f;I were the bringing of a radio fire that
School Board to call for bids on A state survey team recommended station and two housing projectsto the eftteitainment. A quartet'Town Council RaceA wiped out months of work at I' The Board accepted the petition

300 desks for the R. J. E. Negro m 1953 that the Waldo High Starke. Other composed of Joan Slade, Babs Staike's new Setzer's Supermarket. and placed it on the list of roads

School so that the desks will be on school be closed and the pupils tivities of the outstandings included ac Lance, Jan Diundor: ff, and Archie bare one-vote margin decided: which will be built when funds are
year Busi
hand by Jan. 1. I transported to either Hawthorneor ness Education Day tour when a 60 Green sang several popular numeel'S Keystone; Heights Town Councilace Charles Manire, 15, I available.

The School Board also agreed to, Gainesville. The Waldo residents -, Bradford County teachers Mrs. accompanied at the piano by : Tuesday in a scramble by The sum of $25 per month tot
were L. J. Wins
Green. Award
balked Eagle
hold on to the USO Building even at either proposal because : seven candidates for four posts I the year of 1954 was voted to

after the new school construction of previous conflicts with I Bradford TThe count is unofficial subject to I ,' ..., I II 'It. E. Jones, Road Superintendent,
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the other two High Basketball I of & 'to
is completed unless they can geta cities. Teams I anvassing by the present To .... -Jr -'. ,- '?V"1-, reimburse him for the use of
I The Waldo school had I Council. coni i; ", -' ,",' his own car
good price for it. Morgan said ; been consolidated I >> .- ..-- '" on county business.
the building is equivalent to eight with the Gainesville I Open Season With Callahan GamesBradford I W. J. iprelle lead the Coun- I '.' '. iiA' '

classrooms, and he said the building school once in the past, and the 'il 1 candidates with 113 votes; J. B. Dick Thomas Wins

will probably be needed within Gainesville schools (now operating High's boy and girl and Jerry Lawson McKay had 111; Fred S. Dodd 90; -. I
; Guards : Town
the next two three wo shifts a day in F.. R. Fox, 74 G. Poat
or years The some areas) Basketball teams will open their Reddish, Akridge, Buck Gill, Jimmy ; E. Wiggins 73: rI
Board discussed building an over became so overcrowded that the season tonight (Friday) in Calla Hazen, Eugene Norman, and William (Dill) Lee, 50; and W. JWhitesides. ,I In[ Lawtey Election

pass over U. S. Highway 301 to Waldo school was re-opened. Muchof I an. Callahan has seven games DeWayne Elder. 49. I, ,

lemove the possibility of traffic Its equipment was not returned ,Ala! }ed already this year and theoy's Miss' Bishop named the Siprelle and McKay were elected 1I I D B Dick) Thomas piled up
accidents. when the school reopened, and I team has a 6-1 won-loss I I.players on her squad: Forwards to two year terms, and Dodd and 137 votes to 79 for Winton Parrish
Waldo '
Eustis Kelly was named to re residents fear a repetition record. I; Jackie Prevatt, Sandra Strickland Fox will fill two one-year unex- 'n a spirited contest for the Law-
ol this
place Ethan Sapp as bus driver The The teams will play their first arbara Prevatt, Ann Williams pired terms caused by the resignations tey town marshall. Thomas won

when Sapp resigns at the first of: Hawthorne dispute arose borne games Tuesday against Melissa Stallings. Jackie Colley, of Dr. Donald M. Christ- easily m a race that received all
the year. TOM MOORE over a.proposed consolidated school Palatka with the girl's game beginning Jean Johnson, and Linda Johns offers and Anthony Baker which but six votes from the 222 ballots

The School Board agreed to !, thorne m Orange Heights area for Haw- at 7:30 p.m. in the Starkermol' Guards Barbara Lance, Jo-Ann; will be effective Dec. 31. ::: % i cast About 80 per cent of those
Correct answers to questions, -Dtelrose-Waldo students. Dodd and Wiggins were the m- .
purchase two lots and three 01 I The )'. Next Thursday th. Made, Kay Rowland Martha Van = legistered voted in Tuesday's contests
some easy some hard and some > Waldo residents favored this umbents in the election with
four small pieces of land tiara E. plan, but the teams will play in Fernandina t- Landmgham, Pat Hobbs Elissa t
ibout the wonderful state ollorida Hawthorne
Sins filling out
residents an
K. Perryman for $500 near the refused to wind up their pre-Christmas sche Stefanelli, Linda! Osteen, Clair unexpired one- Mitchell Brown received 124
paificularly Starke.Florida accept it The site of year term. Fox was elected by votes
and H.C.
Elementary School playground the dule. I! ouglas, and Gail Duke. Kelly got 109 to
: will bring cash valuable school was then moved to one more vote than was given be elected to two-year terms OJ-

nerchandise prizes to participantsn Hawthorne. Coach Leonard Register announced Wiggins -ir .F Nthe Lawtey Town Council. O.

Rep. Matthews Says the "True or False" radio showo Schenck said that the secession a probable starting lineup I Conner Brother M. L. Deasley was reelected Phillips received 68 tallies.B. J.

Starke Now Ready be presented in Starke Friday would have to receive a vote of of Townsend Strickland and End Partnership Mayor unopposed with 135 of the E. Reddish' -with 131 votes
light, Dec. 17, at 8:30: p.m. The approval from the voters in Edward Akridge or Kenneth Noe- 50 votes cast. Hubert E. Ri- and Charles L. Dinkins
I with
For Mail Delivery erformance will be staged in the I Gainestille'dominated Alachua I gel, forwards; Stanley Clark, center -I Doyle and Lucian Conner ended daught received 127 for tax assessor l7 were elected to one-year terms 94 to
ISO building and is the Count)'. Such a move ; and Glen Reddish and Edgar Sara
open to might draw I I their partnership in Conner D. McDonald received l fill vacancies. J. E. Warren
Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthew jublic. I support from some Gainesville Akridge, guards. Clark is the onl> i Brothers Insurance Agency on Dec. .132 votes for tax collector, and CHARLES MANIRE: ;;, 41 votes and Milo R. Smith received
? spenj; Tuesday visiting! thpoet' e voters who feel that the "returning regular from last year1 Harold G. Snellen received 117 I tallied
.Tj-ue or False is conducted by I: outlying, ((1 as Doyle bought Lucian'sIterest in 29 in the one-year contest
offices Charles Manire, 15 of
r and towns I Hampton i
ekattingwith require more :squad. votes for .
town marshals.Elementary
rom Moore, welFknowii radio per-i county funds i i' in the firm and began' Charles R. Shuford was re-elect-
folks on the streets and than Girl's Coach said recently was awarded his Eagle
in office.1 they contribute in Nina Bishop :
taxes. ti
'ormer with long list of success- under the Mayor
a operating unopposed with
j name: "Doyle 150 votes
throughout I I ,, Scout Badge at Court of Honor ,
she a
Bradford County. Newbmy is planning was not ready to announce her I ,i'I
ful and a similar and Ethel
quiz audience participa-; Conner Insurance Agency. School D. Reddish received
i 145
Matthews talked with 'move to Join either Gilchrist starting line-up before game time. I 'I held in Gainesville. Manire is the !;!,
L' an'I rotes to
ama : Ion shows to his credit. He is or Lucian Conner was in South 1 be elected
Levy "?he said she Plans Room PartiesThe sixth Scout from Troop 70 to re-j unopposed as
County. has only one ,
groups of
people mostly about ardent Florida booster and for the I senior.'I'I Florida early this week investigating J I i City Clerk.
The Bradford 1 Carbara Prevatt ceithe Eagle award this year j
personal problems. In Starke Mat 1 past six winter seasons has sola County Com- on her the possibilities of entering the I II
thews I sioners briefly .most her in the! I Starke Elementary Sc hco, Manire is the chaplain of the
said he would for I Americans discussed the Waldo of players are i I
request many and Canadians on; insurance field in that area. 'C. H.
another survey for mat delivery in the advantages of living and vaca11 movement this week, but the Board, linth and 10th grades. j f,1 home room mothers agreed thiv'I troop and has been in the Scouts,! Nasworthy

Starke. Honing in Florida. Realizing an i j| took no stand as to whether the Register, who is assisted by i ;,,1 week to hold Christmas parties foi lfor three years. He is also an ||Opens Food StoreC.

Matthews said he believed that ambition of many years Moore u> ;|I county was favorable or unfavorable David Hurst who is interning here: j(Rotary Directors i j I the home rooms at the school on 'Explorer Scout. I II
Vi to accepting the :is part of his work at the Univer- j J JJ Friday afternoon, Dec. 17. H.
JStarke now had the 2500 mail now originating a daily full-net- 'I' Waldo area Meet Monday Night | I I Nasworthy announces the
topa necessary for free mail de work show from Florida the ye azm i Bradford County. ity of Florida named the follow-1 !i The Elementary PTA will furnish New Setzer's Market : opening:>> of the Banner Food Store

livery. Starke fell short a 'around. This specially developed :t K players on his squad: Forwards I The Board of Directors of the,1' J candy or a soft drink: : for theme 'Nears \tat 236 E. Call Street today (Fri

of hundred stops in a survey coups'I named Florida Calling, is'j Red Cross Chapter ': Strickland, Akridge, !j: Starke Rotary Club will meet for i!":hld: and the home room mo I, Completion ?I',day). As a feature of the grams

the U. S. Post Office Department I(sponsored by the Florida Citrus "Cot-gel who( also plays center) dinner at the Officers Club, CsmpBlanding. j will furnish refreshments A tur I: "Don't until Christmas, opening:>> five baskets of groceries

a few years ago. Commission and is heard daily at.'Meets Monday l I I
Matthews talked 11 a.m. over 566 stations of the': Sidney Jackson: Centers -- Clark ,o'clock. L. H. Gibson will be host.lj t j in the cafeteria. Feller's t] and another five baskets
with the farmers The annual meeting of the: I Supermarket as cons ma c' :
about the i Mutual Broadcasting System. The :
90 per cent parity .Bradford County Chapter American nn nears completion on the once :| Mr.
and other related matters. said I True or False ,show, heard each r're-gutted The Nasworthy has had many
He Attend building.
Red Cross will be held Mon About 150 Presbyterian Anniversary present,'
years of
that he wanted the farmer pro i j i Saturday night at 8 p.m., is sported -| day night Dec. 13. at 7 o'clock in 'ni'lding' shows no ill effects from ;j tusiness experience in the grocery
,I ( in Starke
tected from outside by the Florida Advertising''ommission. establishing his
competition the chapter office in the health the fire that swept through it <
I Tip Top
either Grocery here in
through tariff restrictionsor
parity price supports. I The True or False prizes include ;,chapter chairman and other officers } ; r ''i y r n< m November. I,moted his time recent to his years Philco he has de

Matthews said he has 'traveled i i cash awards made to every person;; will be elected at this time :_ 'onstru:tion Superintendent A, ]He announces that the agency.

13,000 miles, in the 8th Congres-j{appearing on the show, plus a .Anyone who contributed $1 or v.: Johnson said his mt'nill apply klonal District since August. He I giant merchandise; jackpot to those; more to the Red Cross during the 1 the finishing touches to the bull managed:: by Bobby Crosby

said he has made about 100 talks who qualify and answer the jackI :' year is a member of the chapter nsr early next week, and he "ex- ,

before about 15,000 people. He hai I I pot questions. Each jackpot in- .and is invited to attend the meet wets the store will be opened soon J JI National Guard Plans

planned to visit all 165 of the poat'cludes I i nationally know merch an-!I I ing. lifter I the construction work is i I Christmas
offices in the district for personal'I'disc ranging: from refrigerators 1 complete .

visits with individuals. j to sewing machines. Johnson said that construction The
Rotary Ladies Night annual holiday party of the
I I Contestants for the show are Ilo As far ahead of the stage it had I)local National Guard
Children's CommitteeThe picked! from the audience just before !At Officer's ClubA I reached prior to the fire. The 'J held in the American unit will be
Legion hall
each broadcast. Every 'building is once more filled with ::Monday night, Dec. 13 at 8 o'clock.

Bradford County Children's!(Son ir attendance has the same i! pre-Christmas Ladies Night b ''the $35,000 worth of equipment i j,A turkey dinner will be served and

Committee will meet Tuesday noon.i|opportunity of being selected. ap- 'dinner party will be given by the' -rs J that was destroyed in the fire. a program of Christmas music
!ipearing on a national radio pro- '!Ftarke Rotary Club at the Officers The fire broke out in October, :,,presented. Attending this
Dec. 14 at the Methodist Recreation '''! Pictured above are the tables for the covered dish dinner served on the grounds of the First Presbyterian event
home just to
gram and taking a marv- Club. Camp Blanding on Thursday prior the store's Kill be members of the unit and
Hall i elous collection of prizes. night. Dec 16. at 8 o'clock Church Sunday by about 150 persons who joined In celebrating the church's 70th anniversary. anticipated opening. their guests.jt .






as Sgt. Joe Friday, will play as I
hbl1ahed every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida, under I a full length movie at the Florida Grand
the Aet of Starch S, 1879. Theatre Sunday, Monday, and 'Opening TODA Y
Tuesday. The film is a story about
Ti division.

G.O.P. Splitting? i Silence For The Senator Smith Friday's, will sidekick be played, Officer by Frank Ben

j! Alexander. Webb is the star and I' DAMMVD FOOD
Some political cozeners think For a long time the name of a certain senator has director of the film, as well as the
the Kepuhlican Party faces a j I appeared in the public print with such sickening regularity creator of "Dragnet",
damaging split in the 1956: nominating I that now we propose to punish his egotism by not directly Webb received special coopera-
convention. The recent I II naming him in these paragraphs. He has been vaulted tion from the Los Angeles Police :
into international notoriety by sheer publicity and we think
censure debate in the Senate disclosed : Department which revealed infor- DttIliThfl
a wide fissure in GOP ranks,I!. the time has come to let him slide back to his rigthful placeas mation from its files that is normally STORE
according to a Washington Letter. ONE of the 96 members of the U. S. Senate. closed to screen writers.
such j Last week 'his fellow solons voted by a margin of about The film as "Dragnets" radio
Bitterness engendered by
to condemn him, with and TV performances, features
attacks as that of the anti-censure i three one to censure (or ) many mem-
Senator denser on the procensureSenator ,:bers of his own party joining in the historic rebuke. By its authenticity based on exhaustive 236 E. Call St. C. H. Nasworthy, Owner Starke, Fla.
Flanders does not easily vote the Senate took a reassuring stand to uphold the stand research into police methods and
beaL It was obvious that the'I' ards of honor, accuracy, impersonal justice, reasonableness, case histories. Bobby Crosby, Mananger

sharpest debate came between i i and responsibility! Which are the very foundation of our .,-, "--_._--/,. .--.-. -,
rival Republican speakers rather I[democratic form of government. The vote was a vote to -- -- --- ----- -
than between Republicans and I j uphold these standards not, as some opponents of censure FREE'' 5 Baskets Groceries [ Baskets Groceries
Democrats. I would have us believe- a vote on the issue of Communism. USE FREE'
Some are neB asking: Will the
extreme <.Id Guard wing of the I'I I In the past few weeks the opponents of censure went to FRIDAY AFTERNOON SATURDAY AFTERNOON
great lengths to confuse the issue and turn it into one of
off into
Republican Party split a I I That the Senate failed to be JUST COME IN AND REGISTER YOU Do
third party movement? Some pro or anti-Communism. Good Not HAVE To Be PRESENT To WIN
servers go so far as to say O.I f I stampeded or intimidated by such tactics is a tribute to DRAWING 3:00 O'CLOCK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
would aid Mr. Eisenhower to \ the calm and orderly manner in which they approached the
the extreme reactionary and I I problem and rendered their verdict. -'
Isolationist elements leave the I I Along with millions of Americans, we were repelled by Service andProducts
party and organize Independently. the censured one's reckless accusations and unreasoning I Jefferson
inward Whether strife they in do Republican or don't,ranks such I I denunciation of all opposition, of his personalized power, Island

argurs well for a Democratic abuse of citizens, disregard of facts, and his methods of! S A L T RD. PKG.
victory in 1936.Christmas. sowing suspicion, disunity, and hate among Americans. We I I IC
I were extremely tired of his clever method of making it seem ALL NEW EQUIPMENT TO With $5 Groc. Order
TiesTie that every American must choose between 'him and Com- GIVE YOUR CAR TilE BEST
munism. SERVICE

manufacturers, buyers, and i I Now 'however, there is new hope. The Senate has; Courteous
salesmen say only one woman out,censured him for his conduct in and toward the Senate and I,II Friendly, Prompt Service SALTINES Natl. Biscuit' iLB 25C Elbeck Big Chief Lbs.
of four knows how to buy ties I the petition of "Ten Million Americans" or whatever it was GRITS 5 47c
for men jet (unhappily) the I called, boiled down to a reported million names, only 3,000; SOUP MIX Lipton Assorted FOR Elbeck Big chief
girls don't Know they don't Know, 3 39 MEAL Lbs c
I of which were from Florida. It is symbolic of the man and I EXPERIENCED, EXPERT 5 1.7
so they go right on buying eighty -
his supporters, however, that the petition was delivered to "
cent of all the neckties sold I MECHANIC FOR MINOR COFFEE Borden Instant oz C Elbeck Chief
per DEAL Big OZ8
every jear.With I I the Senate in an armored car and that armed guards attempted -I AUTO REPAIRS BBH JL 49 RICE 40 39 C
to deliver it to the Senate. '
season' the,approach the magazine of the"Changing Christmas --i i,: With control of the Senate passing over to the Democratic CORN iHe'3' Whole Kernel '2 oV 2 for 9 J C RICE ElbecOig ChIef -24-" 2S C
the senator will lose his job chairman of
Party as -
Times" is doing its to bring i _
peace and harmony to the Yule-I the investigating committee and perhaps we may be able' Let Us Give Your Car MACARONI *Elbow,-8 oz., 2 for 25cPJJDDIIJG PEAS Black-Eye;Efhe k- c
tide fireside by giving the girls a I;I i.to get things back into their proper perspective. I That Fall CheckUpFIRST 24Ozs G
few hints on how to buy a tie that We would be the last to deny him one line of worthwhile I S MrTFine, For C nacyE] "06 *- -
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will make jour favorite male grin, publicity, if what he does in the future merits it. But, LINE 3 29 PEAS 12ozsPEANUT -l
and wear it instead of goo andbear .I for the time being we feel it might balance things a bit if TIRESBATTERIES
it. Are you listening, girls! shifted to the inside of the daily for i BUTTR-peie Sm Oa Can
::he were pages press a ;: : 55 COCONUT.DulkeM c
Keep In mind that most men like reasonable length of time say the next fifty years. A I 5 19
conservative neekware. Buy colors I lack of sensational headlines, on which 'he thrived, would TISSUE Northern: ;-Color, C
that his favorite go with suits.or contrast Avoid well such with patterns -I deflate him, just as the scareheads inflated and built him 3or 25 SYRUPElbeck caneiCom-2S-ili 3fcI. !:

as flower prints, outdoor I into a national and international figure. I ACCESSORIES
scenes, fried egg motifs, or sunsets I It may come as a surprise to many of us to learn that
on the Rio Grande. Settle there actually are 96 members of that august body, the U S. ,, No. 1 Irish
for such traditional favorites as Senate. For the past several years amost 95 of them have I. POTATOES With $5 5 LBS lOc
regimental stripes or neat small been all but forgotten and it is barely possible that what Groc. Order
ileslgns regularly spaced. To be they are thinking, saying and doing will constitute good
absolutely sate, get a solid color I copy. At least it will be a change of diet for headline scan- Fancy Yellow
even If they don't quicken your d Bunch
pulse, they're still favorites with
i ners.And now we hope that we have set a good example in Lbs
many men. I reporting the activities of that certain senator We recom- ONIONS 3 1 13C or C
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23)). Anybody got a pair of dark hurts most. Stop dragging out the 72 point type every I
glasses to lend us while we open I time he opens his mouth. The most effective censure that Duke's ,
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-ff fflf fvfff77fnYYVVfffr I to those present. VTTTVTTTVTTVTTTVTTfVfTTf ,gation with a solo. Following thp Our W. M. U. observed the Lottie I I enjoyed a hayride last Friday I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gaskins. They

area.Mrs.. Cleo Harley, grand instructor Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. P. L. message, dinner was served to a Moon Week of Prayer last week. I f night They were accompanied by returned to the church for refreshments
Dinkins Sr, Mrs. A. H. Harley, large crowd. In the afternoon the
I The
\ of District Eight Order Eas- I LONG BRANCH Intermediate Training Union the pastor. Rev Dukes and by of cookies and Cokes
Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. H C. Bradford Union Singing Conven-
tern Star, recently attended meet- IWainwright I were shopping in tion met with many other visitors

by L. II. Futch ings of the organization in Sarasota i.Gainesville Monday morning, and by Mrs.' J. L. Stricklandand from various places to sing untila

and St. Petersburg. Recent''attended the District Conference Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA late hour. Rev. Dukes deliveredthe
guests of the D. B. Harley family I lof the Methodist: Church meeting evening message to climax the
The W. M. S. of the First Bap- included M. E. Hennager of Lake in the First Church there in the I I :

tist Church observed its annual City and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ed- I I afternoon. Rev. Cumbee, pastor of We are rather elated over the day.Coy Alvarez of Jacksonville was I i.er

Week) of Prayer last week, begin- wards and children of Hollywood. !,I'the local church, also attended the progress our Sunday School made in our community Saturday.Mr. I A /
Monday and running .Friends and acquaintances of the ||conference in the afternoon and last Sunday. If we increase as and Mrs. F. M. Cowart, Mr. I
ning on W. L. Baggets of Ft. Worth, Tex. I'I evening. much in the next two weeks as we and Mrs. Hall and daughter, and I
through Friday with Mrs. A. C.I|,will be interested to know that he Friends did last week, we will get to hear Mrs. Lela Tuton of the Deanwood I
'I of J. J. Smith are happyto
Pearce, WMU president, in charge. t was recently ordained a minister' see him home and about again Rev. Higdon and Shirley Smith Baptist Church, Waycross, Ga.. I

The keen interest and spiritual devotion in the Christian Church and he after quite a stay in the Veteran's sing the song they promised to attended services here Sunday. I '

to the program were evidenced is now serving a full time pastorate. Hospital at Lake City. sing when we have 100 present. We They were guests of the pastor.A I ',
by the good attendance and Mrs. Baggett is the former may even get to hear Bud Harris large delegation from the Old
the participation in the meetings.This Miss Abbie Harley of Lawtey.Mr. I I The Lawtey Home Demonstration sing! Fashioned Baptist Church of Tam- :
Club met Fr day afternoon of
group has recently organizeda and Mrs. James Waters and We had 85 in Sunday School as pa were also here Sunday and
jlast i week at which time the following -
new Circle with Mrs. Marycille children were Sunday guests of officers elected to compared with 72 for Sunday stayed on for the sing. ,I ,
Bennett as president. Wednesday's her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. were before last. We made a grade ot Mr. and Mrs. Rob Gillyard of I
for the .
program was under the directionof Clifton Carter of Maxville. serve coming year: Presi- 83 for the whole Sunday School Sanford and Luther Gillyard of1 I
dent Mrs. E. J. Whelan Vice-
this Circle with Mrs. Edgar Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner and ; and we feel real proud of that Orange City visited relatives here
Wilkerson presiding. Mrs. Bennett son, Buff, of Westconnett were President, Mrs. H. C. Wainwright; grade too. Sunday. I

being unable to attend. The con- guests of his mother. Mrs. Effie Treasurer Secretary,, Mrs.Mrs. A.Troy H. Harley Bennett Sr.;; The road to the Long Branch This community extends Bym-I (!;111 (!IgrliIirafrI

cluding service was held Friday Miner on Sunday.The Church had gotten in rather bad pathy to the bereaved
Council Delegate, Mrs. P. L. Dink-
and a picnic lunch was WSCS of the Methodist and Mrs. Mollie Alvarez. I I
morning had ruts
condition. It deep
hour. Church met in the home of Mrs.A. ins, Sr.; Membership Chairman, I 'j Buy the perfect gift for that the
enjoyed at the noon Mrs. Nettie Smith. The ladies also it was pretty badly beat out Jn II' special person .
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. WainwrightJr. H. Harley Tuesday afternoon.At painted Christmas decorationsand some places. We are thankful to : I' General Electric White Christmas Gift Certificate
the close of the the
of Hollywood were recently meeting Arthur
made plans for a Christmas, say that Commissioner She can choose from our large selection of wonder.
the Lawtey hostess served coffee and cookiesALVAREZ'
visiting relatives in out
party to be held in the home of Hatcher and his men came
the road YOURPOTECT1ON ful, dependable G-E appliances, and apply the Gift
last week and scraped
Mrs. Whelan on Dec. 14 at 8 p. m. I
and it in as good shape as Certificate towards its purchase.
All members of the club are especially got

m, STORE Men's Clothing IlrJ IlrJEstablished invited- to attend this they could. $25 $25
1894 party. Since then we have had a little '

Zell S. Dukes of Westconnett rain, not enough to brag about,

.was calling in Lawtey Tuesday but some feel that it has helped. v. L

:evening. Now we are having freezing wea- ,
DRAPES I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crawford Sr. ther, which doesn't help our feel-

and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford ings much, but we have to take I
of the Heilbronn area were the bad with the good. I I G-E
It' i
SLIP COVERSREUPKOLSTERING I dinner guests of the Jimmy Crawford We were sorry to iearn Sunday FOODFREEZERS. + "

family. that Sister Ada Godwin was in St. : ti i
Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville.We I .
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hope she is able to be home PROFESSION I i
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME again by now and will soon be in I II ,
BEAUTIFUL FABRICS Notice Is hereby given that the better health.
undersigned under the provisions of I 1 1I
ELEGANT STYLING We went to church Sunday
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida.
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PERFECT TAILORING Acts of 1941. \\register\ with the coughing worse than a fox houndon sI
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
trail. We thought we would be
for Bradford County, State of Florida You should have of PRICED \
Call Peg at 239 for Advice and upon receipt of proof of publica- the only one there acting like that one our I
tion of this notice. the fictitious but we found we had plenty ot Burgulary Insurance Policies i
A Free Estimate name of United Plastics under whichwe $24310
are engaged in business at 880! help in the congregation. In fact, Protect your home, I
Temple Ave., Starke Fla. That the there were quite a few coughingworse
parties, interested in said businessare business and personal
than we didn't prop.
: we were so
Fla.'baryon Jos. H. Arnold. Box 9S3, Starke feel out of place. I erty. I rS't

C. Arnold Box 983, Starke, Nellie Wilkinson spent part of
Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin Fla. the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Constant Service Since 1891 .".HIM and m.n.yl Cw ,
Dated this 3rd day of December. I plett tins( ef chest type 0114
Starke, Fla. A.D., 1954 at Starke Bradford. Faircloth. Her deep freeze had SENDFORJERRYH. I vprigM fretlirt. '
County Florida. gone bad and she had it pretty
12/3 4t 12(24
well filled with food. She had
I 1 a
: .
to get some one to help ner take C. WALL ,
-I care of the food until she could .
We Service We Sell
get the deep freeze repaired. Everything

Mr. and :Mrs. Ernie Padgett AGENCYPhone

spent part of the day Sunday with <

Grand relatives at Clay Hill. I ; 146 S G. J. MCGRIFFGENERAL

Openingf Remember, our P. T. A. meet- 200 E. Call Street
ing next Tuesday at 3:30: p. m. at I
the school house. We have the Starke ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.

question: What are the broadcast Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
echoes of a public school, or of a! i
Starke. Fla.
Our community? This will be answered :

by a short play. This is our first '

time at giving a play and hope all

will bear with us. We plan a bet-

NEW LOCATION ter play for Jan. 14 at 7:30: p. m.

This one is to be a comedy, and
we are laying plans for it now. We The exciting new idea behind
hope to have a play that will interest -
Vfe Are'Giving i c.lea ) all and be a lesson to all.


MAGIC CHEF b. HIGHLANDBy the motoramic ChevroletsThe

Mrs Lacy Norman

Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. each
Sunday. Worship service, U a.m. s

: and 7 p.m. each Sunday. Prayer

meeting at 7 p.m. each Wednesday,
teacher's meeting at 6:30 p.m. v

each Wednesday. E. C. Harvey
pastor and J. A. Eunice. Sunday
school superintendent.

Visitors attending church serv-
COMPLETELY INSTALLED .MODEL 60 ices here were Mrs. Jonnie :Mae

Strickland, Amanda Wilkinson

And As Second Winifred Wilkinson, Evelyn Nor- td Air 4-Door Sedan-OM of U new FMr Body btovtiu h &n MV wrlw
man, and Wilbur Mobela, all of

FREE PRIZE A LAWSON GAS SPACE HEATER Jacksonville Wilbur Wilkinson; and and Mr.son and of Mav Mrs.

I rifle Maudie' Smith and daughtcf, Maybe once In a car-buying lifetime, you Power Beyond Compare!

Shirley, and Clara Boone were in come across something that breaks all the You also feel the new idea 8

Nothing to Buy Melrose Saturday on business. old patterns and establishes new ones. This quickly ; quick power like L ot
; 006COME Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville
a panther's with the
spent the weekend here. t Is that kind of car. This Is the true story of "
Turbo Frc
((162 h.p.) .
,- I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and how Chevrolet and General! Motors shaped andtwonew"BlueFlame"6's.a .
son, Joseph, and grandmother :
new Idea in steel. And sparking this performance 6
Zettie Padgett, of Heilbronn visited t)
IN AND I is a 12-volt electrical -
the Leonard Normans Sunday.
system giving you better ignition
Charles Mosely of Orange Park
MOM'S GOING T OCHRISTMAS was in our community Sunday.The Like most good ideas, this one is pretty simple. Chevrolet and faster starting, greater electrical reserve for any of the

REGISTERFRIDAY ENJOY THIS Richard Sapps of Green General Motors set out to build the first low-priced car that power assists you might desire. You have a transmission

WITH US I Cove Springs visited the Lacey would: choice of economical Overdrive and improved, automaticS

Normans Saturday night. bring you the very freshest and finest selling to be had. Powerglide (optional at extra cost) or standard shift.

AND I I Mr. and :Mrs. G. L. Sapp of bring you the most advanced engine design and engineering features.

: Heilbronn visited the Lacey Nor- bringyeu the kind of performance and the kind of ride that haw Even Air Conditioning I

mans Tuesday night. never been available before in a low'priced car.
Lonnie Prescott and son, And if you desire the convenience of power assists (optional
SATURDAYONLY ;. Vaughn spent the weekend in bring you the highest quality of manufacture and materials at extra cost) you'll find new power-steering and improvedAll

:, Daytona Beach with friends and this in Chevrolet's price field? That did take some doing! power hvkrs; on all models. Power-controlled windows and

I relatives. And isn't it logical that only Chevrolet and General Motors poweishift seat are available: on the Bel Air and "Two-Ten"

I A thought for the week: "Where have the people, skills, resources and facilities, to carry out this models, wnile air conditioning may be added on V8 models.

QECAUSF WE USE 'God is there is always love." exciting new idea? Here is how

Fbr Free Prizes I r PYROFAX80TTICD II .ffnf..nnyVYnmrni this new Chevrolet changes all Won't You Try It?
your ideas about cars!
To Be Awarded GAS! = Here, in can only tell you how fucastftJly{ Afttoramif& Chetrolet

: $ .. .'" HEILBRONN Real I Show-Car Styling' expresses the new idea behind it. But the car itself IM auttUy thwtyotJ
Sat. P.M., Dec. 11 i Come infer a demonstration drive, won't you fast thanes Pu lit
LUCKY WOMAN."Mom"l!She'll spend this Chrisfenaa I I Tour eye tells you the Motoramie

with the family:.not with the kitchen stove. ,! Hy Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Chevrolet is no styling "patchup"job.

Come And See ) for A rakish, low profile softtutftness ... ,.... .... .. .. .. .. .. ..
In Big holiday dinners are no problem PYROFAX from its sleek n..nnnnnnnnnnn u u ...'. u... u.u'.u'..u u C.u. .u'. ....". ...."u. .
Gas The clean blue flame is all heat'. no rear fendersu'
users. I It was a grand and glorious dayat to its aide-eyed Sueep3ight windshield. a new outlook JOT motoring.
Our Large waste no soot. AulomalicallY-controlled oven Heilbronn Baptist Church last And that outlook dtxsnt change u.hen you slip inside .exciting fabrics MORE THAN A NEW CAR,
roasts to perfection.You get Instant action for topof Sunday. Rev. G. E. Cutshaw delivered and trim harmoni&d with the whole
I Complete Line Of stove cooking-from low simmer to full,rolling boil. the morning message. Rev. MOTORINGA

Why be a kitchen slave?Save time.labor money Milton Dukes favored the congre- Sensational Ride! Everything's new in the
MAGIC CHEF with water healer refrigerator- \
a new range using You live the
PYBOFAX Gas.You'll be surprised at the reason- 11III.." \\\" : : you glide actually glide motoramicCHEVROLET
able cost. Why not see us today? I because spherical joints"roll with
COUGHS FROM COMMON ---- _= -'_ thepunch"oftheroadinChev.

And Other m I COLDS THAT HANG ON rolet's new Glide-Ride front sus-

AIt Chronic bronchitis may develop if pension. And outrigger rear springs mean new balance in
Gas Appliances your cough chest cold or acute bron- turns turns made so effortless by new ball-race steering.
as .. chitis is not treated and you cannot And when suddenly Anti-Dive
you stop ,new braking control .
afford to take chance with medicine
Superior BOTTlfcD GAS Swrfct l less potent a than Creomulskm.any It- checks that nosing down in front. ; you get "heads up" stop

toe into the bronchial system to help ping. Tubeless tires mean much greater protection against

loosen and expel germ laden phlegm blowouts.And with new high-level ventilation there's fresher air. n n: n: n c c:::c c:::n::: n n n. n n n n n
and aid nature to soothe and heal raw VVVV V ::: V..0....0.. C

I, CENTRAL ftA. GAS & APPLIANCE fCo'' creosote time-tested tender.inflamedbronchialinembranes.Creomulskra contains by no medicines special narcotics.blends process for beechwood coughs.with other It. -- Drive with care ._:.EVERYWHERE. !:_Make_ December 15 and-_every_ _day_ _SAFE-DRIVING_ _ DAY!

PHONE 301 144 W CALL STREET I your Get drug a large store bottle Use of it Creomulsion all as directed.at TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

Creomalsion is
guaranteed to please
M;;: { Vt.L. a ,
you or druggist refunds money.Adv. PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STS. STARKE, FLA.


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1 tlcnrn I-Snrs_ I FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 IBM ;
rsflrssrss s-n-s-s s S assert JuniorVoman's Club Has Delightful Dinner I!Methodist WSCS PresbyterianVomen -- ..

Party In Honor Of Eleven New MembersEleven I Held December Officers InstalledOfficers Outdoor Decoration Nine Girls Attend i

Contest ContinuesThere District FHA ;
new members were honor May introduced Mrs. L. A. Canova Circle Meetings Meeting

guests at a delightful dinner party who presented the Misses Irene of the Women of the is still plenty of time to I I
First Nine girls from Starke and !
given Tuesday evening in the club Metzger. Ruth Lee, LaNell Dodd, I Members of the Methodist w.s. Presbyterian Church were enter the Outdoor Christmas Decorating II
building ty the Junior Woman's Sylvia Paulk and Bfllye Sanders, C.S. circles held their December installed this week at the regular contest, according to Mrs. i Bradford County attended the district -

club. They were Mrs. Jack Det- members of the High School Glee meetings as follows: monthly meeting. Mrs. K. G. M. F. Hazen, president of the meeting of Future Home- t

Gladys Mooty |weiler Mrs. James Groover. Mrs. Club, who sang several beautiful i Circle 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining, Miss Duncan was installed as president; Starke Garden Club, sponsor of l last makers of America in Live Oak

L. C. Hinson, Mrs. Milo Siegler, Christmas songs and also joinethe :leader, met for their Christmas Louise Stern vice-president; ,i the project. Saturday. The opening devotional -

Phone 35 Mrs. Ovid Bennett Mrs. Myldred club members in singing carols. 'party meeting at the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson, treasurer; Mrs. Hazen states that out of was given by the Lake

sssSss- Cuttino, Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. Miss Margaret Rose Duncan Mrs. W. H. Smith on Walnut Mrs. T. A. Yawn, historian; Mrs. town judges will tour the Butler Chapter and the studentswere I
was com
Woman's Club Honors Mrs. Charley E. Johns Curtis Malone, Mrs. Howard Mey. accompanist.Mrs. street Mrs. Wilma Dockstaderhad E. }{. Davis, church extension; munity Monday night, Dec. 20, to state's welcomed by one of the .

And er, Miss Edith Kiefer, and Mrs. Kincaid extended an invita- charge of the program and Mrs. Evelynn Cooper and Mrs. judge the displays. Cash prizes I outstanding FFA members. I
Junior Women Claude
At Annual Christmas Tea Robert Sommer who a Christmas Edna Prevatt, corresponding secretaries will Crapp Jr.
I will be an .tion to the Juniors to attend the gaTe number from be given for first second, and' ,
The St&rke {honorary member. 'Christmas Tea given by the senior The Methodist Woman. Mrs. H. C. ; Mrs. Larry Gibson, i third place. During the afternoon there were :
Woman's "
Club met 'Silver Bells" and "Silent Night'accompanied Other honored this club Ritch had charge of the devotion- Christian education; and Mrs. displays of articles made by
guests on on December i Anyone members -
Wednesday afternoon at the clubhouse at the piano by I 8. She also I_. Uft'__ __ ... _L Rudolph Sink wishing to enter the i
for their occasion were Mrs. J. W. Kincaid,, stated that a new stove is needed p.1 u.w>g as ner topic Tne canst stewardship.Mrs. contest this year of the various chapters. These \
meeting and regular Christmas monthly Margaret Rose Duncan. Senior Woman's Club president for the club kitchen, and Mrs. S. mas Story from St. Luke. Mrs. E. Guy Andrews presided overa with Mrs. Claude Crowson at the include, aprons, pot holders, and I

honoring Mrs.annual tea Mrs. Canova also introduced the Mrs. Calvin Houpt sponsor of the E. Simmons, president, appointed K. Ferryman, president of the society short business meeting in which :Bradford County Telegraph.Elementary other man items which were sold ,
and members Charley the Junior Johns guest speaker, Mrs. Crosby H Little Women; and Mrs. A. Z. Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Miss Louise met with the members and annual reports were made. The at auction. The articles shown by i
Wom- Dawkins, president of the Jack- Adkins asked for a donation for group voted to send a the Starke
an's Chib. Junior Club advisor. Stern and Mrs. Vernon Silcox.to theBolenHaven note of girls brought 112.06, i
sonville Junior Woman's Club, The new members were given meet with the senior club Committee school.., in'- Jackson- thanks to Mrs. W. A. Stern for PTA Will the highest return received by any

Artistic Yuletide decorations who gave an interesting talk on small corsages of red berries by and report later to the ville. the wonderful job she did on the Meet Tuesday Night chapter.The .

highlighted points of interest "What Does the Woman's Club Mrs. Guy Sale, membership chair- executive board. The 11 members present were anniversary dinner and to Mrs.J. Macclenny-Glynn Chapter I

poinsettlas throughout the club rooms with L Mean to Your Community?" Mn. man, and were seated at the head Mrs. Simmons announced that 'served fruit cake and coffee. A. LeClerc for the flowers and The Elementary School PTAwill II presented a Christmas skit on safe* f
pyracantha evergreensand Dawkins is the Mr. table. table center piece. 1 meet '
daughter of dues are now payable and become Tuesday night. Dec. 14. ty. 1
silvered magnolia leaves pre and Mrs. W. H. Xollman of Starke. Hand-painted place cards marked delinquent on January 1 when the Circle 2 met with Mrs. H. M. Mrs. David Montgomery, chairman j at 7:30 o'clock in the school cafe

were dominating.Mrs. J. W.In the receiving line During the social hour the members the seating arrangement. White list is sent in to the State Federa- ':Richarde at the State Farm Mon- Circle No. 1; Mrs. John I teria. A Christmas music program ]Keystone PTA Plans

Mrs. Kincaid, president and guests were invited into chrysanthemums and red spikes in tion. Any member who wishes to day afternoon with Mrs. J. H. JMixon, chairman Circle No. 2, and will be presented by Mrs. j

Simmons Charley E. Johns Mrs. Steve the lounge where: tea and coffee a green bowl centered the table, be included and has not paid her J i'Rrtch as cohostess. Mrs. Claude Crowson drew the J Ralph Knight, elementary school I Christmas Program J
president of the Junior and sprigs of holly dues ,Mrs. L. D. names for the circles for the coming I music supervisor, J
Woman's were"served. The tea table was were placed may remit to Mrs. T. I. Green, leader, presid- assisted by
Dawkins Mrs. Crosby H. overlaid with an imported lace down the center of the L-shaped 'Mersereau, treasurer. ed at the business meeting at year. ]members of her fifth and sixth The Keystone Heights school

Thomas, ot Jr.Jacksonville, Mrs. Mrs. Arch cloth and centered with a silver t ible. Favors of note paper, mints, The committee preparing and ;which time a donation was given Circle No. 2 announced that I!?rade choral group. A short devotional I Christmas program will be held t

and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau.Mrs. Cecil. Sewell lazy suzan holding glazed nuts and pencils, and Coca-Cola flower i serving the dinner Monday night f or the Bolen-Haven school in the Christmas party will be held 1 will be given by Rev. ruesday, Dec. 14, at 8 p.m. at the t
mints. Around the centerpiecewas books were at each of the 47 'was composed of Mrs. Jacksonville. Mrs. J. F. McComb on Tuesday. Dec. 14, at the Com (Carroll E. Cumbee.
Kincaid presided over the. an arrangement of silvered settings. A large vase of poinsettias :Noegel, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs. ;onducted the worship and told munity Center at State Farm at A suggestion box will be on I school. The program is presentedy

business meeting where it was announced magnolia leaves, silver Christmasball and holly was placed on ]Robert Firth, Mrs. John Anderson, 1 the: Christmas story. The India 7:30: p.m. All circle members will t hand for members to use in sub- I children in the first, second.Jiird .

that the Senior club clusters, and red pyracantha. the piano. I :Mrs. N. B. Rosier, and Mrs. M. G. I mission woman's work was the'I meet at the church between 6:45t/pitting ideas for. the furtherine-!/t and fourth grades.

along with the Junior club, will Balancing the central arrangement Following the dinner Mrs. Betty J McMillan. I t opic: for discussion and was- -led- and 7 p.m. and are asked to brin |of the PTA work. --0 Gerald Culbertson will give a
purchase a new stove for the club two five-branched silver "tby I Mrs. Ethel Lowell and Mrs. R. a gift valued at $1 to be e>e-I Those ,
s: talk
I were who have not piritual on Christmas. All
house. joined
on the First H. Russell. changed.
committees BaptistVMU Five
candelabra holding tall burning red Baptist Circles I ,this
will be Mrs. M. F. ( group are urged to get their i and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Brown tapers. Presiding at the coffee Has PrayerVeek Held Joint The hostess served delicious re !i membership cards at this meeting a ittend.You'll .
for Meeting freshments
the and tea services were Mrs. Kincaid to the eight members;I Priest KindergartenHas I
Senior club and Miss Louise Stern of [present. :.e p t .-so... -.... _.. __. ...... 6. -... \
Mrs. Harry Hatcher and Mrs. Ver- and Mrs. Simmons, presidents First Baptist WMU members observed At Church Monday Christmas Party I'-"t--! M1" ISLWflCTICL
non Silcox for the the Senior and Junior clubs re- the Lottie Moon Week of ,
-1.fl'R.---. -R'n".liI_. ... ..1n_ ft-" 6L.Club.' spectively. Prayer with a full program of activities The five daytime Circles of the Circle 3 met Monday afternoon L l Mrs. Clyde Priest will I
-- announced presen
inai & the
bid of $3600 has been Hostesses for the afternoon were presided over by Mrs. Lex First Baptist Church WMU met educational building with I I r-er Kindergarten in :
made on the Mrs. M. pupils ;
new library Mrs. W. H. Nollman, chairman, i Green. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, program jointly J in the church building Monday -: R. Judd as hostess. Mrs. Christmas
building. Club play Friday
mem- /J D. evening a
bers were reminded that club dues Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. L. D. chairman had charge of the pro- morning at 11 o'clock. Each: Andrews, leader, opened the 7:30: o'clock in the Catholic recrea
are due Vining, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. grams. circle held a brief business session meeting with a Christmas medi.
by Jan. 15. tion hall on Temple avenue. Th.
: and
Preceding the business C. A. Knight Mrs. F. J. Pellum Beginning Monday, Nov. 29, a 'and mittee received reports from com- ness session prayer.the After the busi- public is invited to attend. Ther it'HVWEGITt
Rev. W. S. meeting Mrs. Tyler Jones Mrs. D. L. Sil- breakfast was served after which chairmen before the noon k I following: program I is no admission charge.
McAliley was
gave the devotional hour. given by Miss Annie
Mrs. Junius Smith Mrs. E. Mrs. Green / Darby,,
using the Christmas Story cox, reviewed the life of Miss Kate Struth and Taking part in the play are
M. Davis, Mrs. L. A. Canova ana Lottie Moon and The business and program meeting i Mrs. A.,
why we
from Jackie Hines
St. Luke. Mrs. L. A. Canova I Wood, Christmas in Melody May, Nel 1
Mrs. Ralph Knight. Mrs. E. L. this Week of Prayer. was presided over by Mrs. Lex I Mexico,,
j Crews, Janelle Pollard
presented the Christmas
Bradford FrancimHillendahl
High School : at an
Green WMU Immigration I
trio, Bobbe Bastedo, Carolyn Matthews, chairman of Citizenship I On Tuesday Nov. 30; at 7:30 the Following I I and Christmas in Mexico. Betsy Matthews
opening prayer by Mrs. Ada
Crews and Lynell Dodd, who sang, arranged for the speaker. |o'clock the business women were Alexander, plans for community I Mrs. I. P. Shepherd gave the devotional Geraldine Mooty, Cheryl Stud
honor guests at breakfast and a [ still. Donna Patray Linda Smith
I using the
missions were made and the Lottie story of the
Season's Elaine Strickland program was presented on prayer. Moon II shepherds. Alice Smith Suzanne Ford, Bobbj
offering was stressed.
Celebrates Wednesday night Dec. 1, was Refreshments White, David Silcox, Cary Smith Marvel At The Wide Selection Of
Ida were
Birthday Darby Circle, Mrs. Garl Mathews served at the
gift value I family night with 150 present for close: of the Gary Harris, Wayne Blankenship
[ leader, had charge of meeting. Practical Gifts That Are The
program Most
Elaine Strickland celebrated her a supper served at 6 o'clock to Duane Jordan, Richard McCarthy' : Appreciated
under the direction of Mrs.
The Ansco seventh afternoon members of the church and their Two Harry Hatcher and Dale Crosby. For The Home
birthday Saturday families. Mrs. Josephine Jones, L N. Pickering program chair- BPW Members .
at her home on Kingsley man. The theme
"How Far to
ShurFlashCamera Lake at a party given by her par- guest State at W.M.U.this secretary, was honor I Bethlehem?", was developed by'At Gainesville DinnerMiss Wesleyan Guild
meeting and
e xits, Mr. and Mrs. Frow Strick- presented Mrs.
I Garl Mathews, Mrs. L. D.
** l land. foreign pictures countries of mission made works in Haines, Mrs. George Flynn, and Della Rosenberg, District Meets Tuesday NightThe A FEW SUGGESTIONSRevere

I possible bye Mrs. L. U. 3-4 director, and Mrs. Desta Dyal
During the afternoon the children th Lottie Morgan. Miss Nell ,
Moon offerings. .district : Wesleyan Service Guild will
enjoyed playing in the Strick- Dodd sang a Christmas hymn accompanied secretary, attended the :
l land playground and participatingin Thursday morning at 9 o'clock a by Miss! Margaret Rose :dinner meeting of the Gainesville: hold its Christmas meeting at th 3 Ware j Sunbeam Electrical
Outfit program was given by several I BPW Club in the Primose j home of Mrs. W. B. Sewell on N.
I games under the direction of. at the piano. Prayers : Grill on
ladies! in observance of ,Walnut St. Tuesday at 7:30 : We Have A Complete Line Appliances
i Miss Kate Struth. Following the 1]: Prayer!were offered by Mrs. Shirley Tuesday, Nov. 30. p.m.

i opening of Elaine's lovely Week. I Brooks and Mrs. Jim Chasteen., This was the 36th Please bring a love offering foi Waffle Irons
I 'JIA$ many I anniversary the unfortunate. Buy One Piece Or A Set
I gifts, a weiner roast was held and Friday morning at 8 o'clock Mrs. I Closing prayer was by Mrs. H. L.J1 of the Gainesville Club '
birthday cake and ice cream were Green was hostess at a "Southern i MOU2I1. and a cake, decorated in the BPW S Coffee Pots

served. I I.Cracker Breakfast" Following' Forty members and five visitors colors of green and gold, was cut Melrose Class Has Pyrex Ironers

Those attending, in addition to breakfast, a program was presented were present, with Mrs. Charley E. by Miss Rosenberg. Both guests Three-Act
!many of Elaine' friends from I on Foreign Fields and Missions. .Johns being the honor guest on this j were given lovely corsages as their Glassware S Roasters

Stake and Kinggley Lake, were A vote of thanks and recogni-I occasion. ->. "un-birthday presents" and Mrs. I Junior Class of Melrose
I several guests from I was accorded the ladies who : / Dyal won a prize in And Many Others
II I: Jacksonville.W a contest. High School will present a three and Dishes
i iri efring lor tie guests \ so hard to make this week The Annie Armstrong Circle, The Gainesville "
Assisting Club president,,I act comedy, "Here We Go Again,
''A I II were Mr. and Mrs H. W. Moyer)Ie'af activities a su ces3. Mrs. Paul Raymond leader, met M rs. Edna Earl Miller, presided I in the Melrose school auditoriumon ciatc Make It Practical Complete Line Of

and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moyer of I Tuesday night in the church building [and Miss Rosenberg reported briefly I December 9 and 11 at 8 p.m. ciate Make It Practictl

Jacksonville, :Mrs. E. W. Hayes and UDC Hears History i with the Doris Knight Circle, on the district meeting held the Admission: students 35c; adults This Year. Sporting Goods
I 111 111'frs. Mrs. P. T.
., Robert. Foster. Nolin leader, for the previous Sunday in Ocala. I,65c.
I: Of: Sherman's Marchi'>j;monthly meeting and Christmas, 1 1Beta -

CompUli ChrutiMt and rtody morninfCo&mm to tcAipicturtt Eloise Taylor Will t 1 I Mrs. E. K. rerryman was!I'1 party.Mrs. Raymond gave the devotional -]: Sigma Phi I Recent Birth HUNDREDS OF PRACTICAL GIFTS TO

Davis ostess to the W. T. Weeks Chap-1 on "The Story of Bethle Plans Holiday Party CHOOSE FROM
( ftvf nttiofiAlfr known ADACO Marry Dorsey Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelly Jr.
fitar-nuh CuntttT* Ouhbulbi. Inil t tcr of the United Daughters of J hem" and Mrs. F. B. Beard reviewed announce the birth of a son,
ABMO AU-WMthu Film. AM* of 1 the Confederacy in her home on the book "The Sacrifice in The annual Christmas party of E
and Mrs. Ralph Taylor
itUfhamit Pukd la h&i1 om gift Eustace Lee m, on Dec. 1 in
kes. it will fladdra uur s1aUa. Raiford announce the engagementand Madison St. Wednesday, Dec. 1. Song." Beta Sigma Phi will be held in MiSton County Hospital. Mrs. I

approaching marriage of their Bright yellow chrysanthemums A Christmas package for a patient the American Legion hall Saturday Kelly is the former Davine Pitts STARKE HARDWARE CO.
Only a $9.45 :daughter, Eloise Taylor to Dorsey 1 were" used in decorating the rooms 1 in the T.B. hospital was night Dec. 11, at 7:30: o'clock. of Munson.

Davis, son of :Mr. and Mrs. W. .W. I f tor the occasion. Mrs. W. G. Halle, j adopted as a community mission Husbands are invited.

Davis of Olustee. ]presIdent, presided over the business ]project. At the close of the business i The regular meeting of the GOT EVERYTHING' f Give her Starke, Fla.

The ceremony will take place at .I: meeting. Mrs. J. R. Kelly 1 t[ session a social hour was en- sorority will be held Monday night, 'I an Esterbrook pastel pone pen

the home of the bride's brother,: 'was\ appointed Radio and T.V. ;j joyed with the hostesses serving :Dec. 13, at 8 o'clock at the home Only $2.37 at Bradford County I\
chairman from the local chapter. ]refreshments to members and visitors. I I..
of Jean Thomas. Telegraph.
Edward Taylor, of State Farm at ; .
Plans were discussed and all members 1 t :::' : .:: : -t ;" :..,; .-=.i .jLI ":,.
2 p.m. on Dec. 18. I who can were urged to attend -- -

Starke, Fla. No invitations are being sent. t: the District Meeting of District The Lottie Moon Circle, Mrs. L.I j I
All friends and relatives of the t tt: 2 in Macclenny on Tuesday, G. Powell leader, met Tuesday]

couple are Invited. ]Dec. 14, at 10 a.m. night in the church building. Mrs. |!I I; IIf .I 1 DJ

I I An interesting .historical_ pro- ,L[ A. Canova was in charge of the I I'
i which II,
grain on Sherman's March through I program how several1of II I

Georgia and South Carolina was .I II the beautiful Christmas songs!I I pi -' --- __ I I Dedicated To Community Service '.

were written. This was followed by*i i Lester Prevatt house on the "Movie Are Better Than Ever"If
given by the historian, Mrs. L. O. Had a hard time scratching upi
Galore I Powell. A musical program with 'group singing of Christmas carols. :i anything newsy this week halt : Erownlee road and Mr. and Mrto

group singing of Southern airs was The Lottie Moon Christmas offering -,i ti of the town is in that 'tween Lonnie Daniels have moved In'n' I you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

In Our enjoyed with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins : was stressed and community : Thanksgiving and Xmas daze ana the Kincaid upstairs apartment cat ad out and present It to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat.

missions project discussed. One. \,. Walnut street
pianist. the other half is still sick or just
Refreshments were served during :new member was welcomed at this, from this virus that Orchids to Mrs. G. W. Aldermanwho
tim "recuperating ., Dec. 11 ONLY Dec 12 13, 14
Store the social hour by the hostess. : seems to be going around those celebrated her 82nd birthdayon I

Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. Mattie I During the social hour Miss: added to the sick list this week Sunday and to Mrs. J. J. Fit?. J BIG DOUBLE FEATURE :Sun.:; ron., and Tues,

Gahagan Invited the Chapter to .Dorothy Alvarez and Miss Dorothy!"are Betsy Matthews, Martha Susan gerald who also had an 82nd birthday Parui'Oi "...... ;,

FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILYYOU meet with them in January. :12 Ross served refreshments to the i j fR' itch, Eloise Goodman, Martha on Monday Fredre Furlong I Waxfel ftataki! Ward I 3BIGDAYS3WARNER

I members present. I Weldon the Jewett Fogg family, had a birthday on Dec. 5, Mike COREYCAREYBONO t BROS. *fI

BrookerVMU Has 'Dot Epperson Opal McAliley, Mrs. Smith was 4 years old on Dec. 2. J" 1ft .

ARE SURE TO FLND HERE JUST THE RIGHT I 'Riley Wasdin and daughter, Linda,I I Inez Green has a birthday on Dec. 'i; I

GIFT FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST ,\Veek Of Prayer i and Cynthia N'rman Sorryto 14 Harry Hatcher, Jr. celebrated -! IOHWIB.

AND AT PRICES THAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY I I hear that O. E. Stansbury is ill his 5th birthday on Wednesday ', ,

COME IN, LOOK AROUND, AN COMPARE OUR W 51 U Week of Prayer at home with pneumonia a with a party and weiner | I miDAYln 1M flnlf '

VALUES. I The'oman'6 Missionary Church Unionof observed I card from G'ville that IdaJou oast at his home at Camp Bland- teturt'kngth production affli'fYj

the Broker Baptist I (Davis) Smith is home from the ir.g, and Dianne Edwards who wil ,j
Lottie Moon Week of Prayer -
I hospital where she underwent surgery -be_ 7 years old on Dec. 21st u> \i iI
Don't Forget To Register For The for foreign Missions. Nov. 29 1
Nov. 26th and is getting celebrating the occasion today ,Ii
Dec. 3. I
through Mrs. Wilson Green" program Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Garden of along nicely Mrs. Ara Moitt .i (Friday) with a party in her 2nd : 1I

BEAUTIFUL DIAMONDTO chairman, assisted by Mrs. Uoyd L .310 Navy Blvd., Warrington, Pen- returned to her home here Monday grade classroom where the Christ-I

Dyal, Mrs. M. O. Uarrell Mrs. I..sacola, announce the birth of a I II I from St. Vincent's Hospital I!.mas motif is being carried AND I .

James W. Thomas, and Mrs. Eugene r daughter, Cheri Nanette, on Sunday I!' Hear that Setzer's plan to move I I,decorations and refreshments. i BEUlDCJUiSEI( &L.BrmI

BE GIVEN AWAYFREE crosby. were in charge of r I'' Dec. 5, in the Pensacola Maternity I into their lovely new modern store I I Don't forget the Kindergarten | :-'- iOHN I Officw Fro*tat*

was entitled "Oh Come Let Us Hospital. The Gardens are on S. Walnut street around Dec. Christmas play at the Catholic \ .. I "IIJGII W UD.IIIIIEIII r

the program. Theme for the week former residents of Starke.Mr. i 18 see Faye Paulk has re- j Recreation hall tonight (Friday t I iirl -3iX'MBS MiI

Adore Him." A short prayer was j turned to her old position with the : at 7:30 o'clock, and the Santa I

rendered by each member partici and Mrs. Charles Fields of I Fidelity &: Casualty Ins. Co. in I Claus parade this afternoon start- i "})lu" How Now, Boin Boin" Car,

8 P.M. DECEMBER 24TH ating on -the program and the J Jacksonville formerly of Stark, Jax if you were wondering l I ing at the school at 1:15 Hear I \Loon and Latest World News!

was given by Mrs. J r are the proud parents of a eon I about those clowns who were that Manuel Garcia of Camarillo t \
|devotional At Regular Prices
K. Douglas Mrs. M. O. Harrell.Mrs. I. Wayne Charles, born Dec. 6 in St.cavorting in front of the Florida Calif has been visiting his in-laws I I
A Few Suggestions |" James and Mrs. W. S. Suggs. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Fields is i ; 1 Theatre last Wednesday and the J. G. Caldwells at the State .,ic4s'1 SAIUl LI__"....-..-.....= CHARLES HARDY

The young people were in chargei the former Carol White, daughterof i Thursday advertising the "Ring Farm Seems he was sent to I I r-----.......If""""

f China Fountain Pens j i i of a fine program Wednesday |, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. White, Sr.: of Fear" they were: Sylvia Coyne Florida to try to recruit civilian Wed.. Thur. Dec. 15 16
| Cartoon and l ,
;of Starke. "Belle Hoppy"
night Shellie Hall Earlena Norman I workers for the missile base where I Plus
Crystal Lighters I Lillian Green and Kinney Miller he's employed Peggy couldn'i No. 8 Serial
0 S The Starke Maternity Hospital I I make the trip with him this Chapter SHIRLEY
Silver Tie Pins !\VO\V ChnstmasIParty i
announces the following births: -
1 L. J. Kite shot a beautiful buck time. BOOTH !
S Costume Cuff Links Next Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murphy over the weekend in the scrub, and Hear that Mrs. DeWitt Jones ORIE WIGGINS

| King of Keystone Heights, a son! Jean Mundy bagged a squirrel and was the proud winner of a Bulova ROBERT .

Jewelry Pen and PencilS j j :Members of the Supreme. Forest Michael Paul, born Dec 5. Mrs a small bird in her first time with watch as a door prize at the C otC I LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! : RYAN -

Woodman's Circle will hold their King is the former Gloria Buford. ?
Watches Sets a gun one day last week out at banquet last Friday night -
regular Cb.rtstm3party in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. jKingsley: Lake while out getting, So generous were the CHILDREN I ;
Buford of Starke. merchant.t
Rings Electric Clocks WOW hall Tuesday evening De C. small animal or bird for a school that nearly every lady !II

14, at 7:30: o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd King of project she'll be giving these; home with a nice Christmas "gift", Coming to this Theatre Sat-I,

i Members are asked to bring a Heilbronn Springs a son, born L chaps in the scrub a hard time in The dinner was a gala event I
I gift not to exceed 75c. Mrs. Ira Dec. T. a year or so at that rate. and reflects beaucoup credit on Morning Dee. 18. I HAL

I ROBERTS JEWELRY ,Wilson program chairman, will Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews i of See the Ralph B. Greens have President Tom Slade and his hard A CARTOON CARNIVAL VALUSrBOUCTBH/

I I have charge of the program.Hostesses I Etarke. a daughter, Nancy Lynn I moved from the Nollman Courtto working helpers .
will be Mrs. Hie Green born Dec. 7. 1 HB. &; 20 MIX. OF FUN '. !
the Leonhard Now -
Apartments on for breath
a good, deep
"Your Friendly}; Jeweler" !and Mrs. Eula Mae Conner. I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Green of' [Cherry St. the Leon Sauls have before the Christmas rush sets Tell everybody about it. I Plus "1mag1Dat1on'Cartoon and

'= : All members are urged to be 1 ,High Springs a son, Sidney Richard ] -.1 i moved from the Lacy Conway in See you in the next I II Latest World NewsPAQI
I ,.
& present. ;i born Dec 7. ,house near the airport to ths, Carolyn .':.":;.:: :.=fi:=- i' ..I... w




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6 ,. 6' I IrP Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were Mr. and :Mrs. H. J. Waters and Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Sommer,'nest under the sty or firm of you are required to serve ft copy of tin Gagaon. Defendant.
"Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency." answer or pleading to the .
com- Case No. !&-;
visiting :Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stray- daughters, Frances and Suzanne Judge and Mrs. E. K Ferryman Dated this 4th day of December.A.D. plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Order Of ....UC'at... Cad Xetlre To+
horn in Wildwood on Monday. Ford were visiting in Alachua on ,T. H. Slade and Mrs. Titus Olson I .. 1354. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida 'Appear State .( Florid T.i
(Signed) Doyle E. Conner and file the ,
original in the officeof Berlin Gagnon whose residence
Canaries, Parakeets, Goldfish, Sunday. attended the District conference of (Signed) James Lucian Conner the Clerk of the Circuit Courton I and address Is: Oak Grove Park, P.
Pet Supplies at Sistrunk's. -Among the out-of-town guests Methodist Ministers in Gainesville I 12/10 4t 12,31IB or before the 27 day of December O. Pox :3C. Flainville, Conn. ,
the 70th anniversary of 1954; otherwise the allegationsof You are required to appear on ;
attending and Tuesday.
:Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Monday 1I said Complaint will be taken M Jan. 10, 1955, in the above named
spent Sunday with her grand- the organizing of the First Pres- I Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins and i, Ircult Court Bradford Caanty. confessed by you. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff

IN THE NEWS !parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. byterian Church in 1884 and home- I Mrs. D. C. Dawkins xof Jacksonville -, Florida Hooge&traat IB ChaBcery.Mathilda .Plaintiff vs. This etch notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce seeks Bradford divorce.'ounty Telegraph shall i;

: Miss Marjorie Strickland of coming Sunday were: Mrs. Monica spent Wednesday with Mrs. ,Herman Hooget>traat, Defendant.Case eeka in the Bradford County Tele publish this Order in next four 1!
'Gainesville was the Saturday gues. I: Allen, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ghees- Dawkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. No. 10.779iottce I'graph. weekly issues. j
TO AppearTo Dated this 23 day of November, Witness my hand and official seal !
''of }Ir. and :Mrs. Charlie Cowen.,,ling and J. Fred Clark of St. Au- W. H. Nollman. Mrs. Crosby Daw- : : Herman Hocgestraat. whose 1954. at Starke, Florida this December I
.6 I I r i On Saturday afternoon, Miss gustine; Mr. and Mrs. R. H, Bar- kins was the guest speaker at the residence and address Is: Unknown. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 4. 1954. I
Clerk of the Circuit Court
: You are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DullY
Mr*. L. J. Green, daughter, Judy, Mrs. Ethel Pkkren of Gainesviu I Strickland, :Mrs. Cowen, Miss bour and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Woman's Club meeting in the suit for 67 Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk As Clerk of Said Court. I

and son, Archie, and P. 1L Barefoot is visiting her daughter, Mrs. See- !Louise Johns M. L. Johns, Freddie! and daughter Markley Ann of afternoon. Mrs. E. L. Matthewswas Divorce custody and control of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
were in Jacksonville Saturday ber Goodman and family while the Johns and Danny Cowen went to; Tallahassee; Mrs. Elsa Reinoehl hostess at luncheon at the baa minor been filed children against you la the IB Florida Clrcalt i IB Court Cfcaaeery., Bradford C.BBty, Samuel Gainesville W. Getzen.Fla. POBox 81

afternoon. Goodman family is convalescing Jacksonville.Mr. I'Lyles, Miss Sophia Reinoehl Miss Gold House for the out of town above named Court and cause and Jeannette Gagnon, Plaintiff vs Ber- Attys. for Plf. IS:10 it 12 SI I'

Mr*. Ben Rowland and daughter from the flu. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger of I Helen Reinoehl. Mrs. B. S. Merritt i guests and Mrs. Nollman. 1 r

Kay and Mrs. Wesley Andrews Mrs. C. D. Williams is spending Green Cove Springs were Sunday, and Mrs. J. H. Rollins of Jackson- George Powell returned to his '. n CIb"' .-

were ahopping in Jacksonville two weeks in Miami visiting Mr.Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle ville; Mr. and Mrs. Boyd V. Dun- home here last week after six

and Mrs. Billy Clark. Rev. W. S. McAliley, Rudolph can and son of New Concord, weeks confinement in St. Luke's GIVE
Sink Herbert Green and John Ohio; Rev. Joa. W. Conyers and hospital where he underwent sur

|Mix<5n attended the _Training So- Mrs. Josephine David of Baldwin; gery. ,
sion for Officers of the Men of and Mrs. Leila Paget of Los An- Mrs. A. M. Pettit and Mrs. R. J.

the Church at the First Presby geles, Calif. Visitors from other! Davis are spending this week in

We Carry Only The terian Church in Gainesville Sunday churches of Starke were: Rev. and: Kissimmee as the guest of Mrs. PracticalGift

afternoon. Mrs. L. G. Hemingway, Mrs J. H.! Leona Steffee, former resident of r t

MOST FAMOUS NATIONALLY :Miss Frances Caldwell attendedthe Fields Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- Starke.Mr. ,

Fall Rally of the Suwannee cher, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and and Mrs. Dolph Reddish t1

Presbyterian Youth, Fellowship at daughter, Linda, Mrs. H. L. Brown- were weekend guests of Mr. and
ADVERTISED BRANDS OF :the South Jacksonville Presby lee Rev. 1. D. Haines, Rev. and Mrs Morgan Heath of Ft. Lauder- '

!terian Church on Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. R. D. Sommer and daughters, dale. After December 12 Mr. ana

MERCHANDISE : Jackson D. Smith and Mrs. Eugene Matthews, and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. Reddish will make their homeat

Laura Tison had as guests Sunday, LeClerc.Mr. 335 1-2 Kenilworth Blvd.. West
and Mrs. Rubin Jordan and Palm Beach.Magazine.
I Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith of Sarasota family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Such As I
and Miss Wanda Whitestoneof Wilson during the Thanksgiving Honors

I the U. of F. holidays.Mr. APPRECIATE MEN'S' CLOTHINGArrow

S PARKER PENSSIIEAFFER Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Jr. I and Mrs. L. F. Hutto, Mr. Doyle ConnerRep.

PENS of Statenville Ga. spent the week-I and Mrs. M. C. Wells, and Mrs.

end with their parents, the senior Carolyn; Redgrave and son, Wayne; Doyle E. Conner was
S SUNBEAM ELECTRIC RAZORS Quacks: spent Sunday with the T. F. Hut- honored in the November issue of Shirts ..- Botany Ties -- Interwoven Socks -- Buck-

S SCIIICK RAZORS Mrs. M. W. Lance was called to tot ville.in their new home in Jackson- the Florida College Farmer as one Skein Jackets --- Shoes ... Botany Pants ... Curlee Suits
Fernandina Beach over the weekend of the most prominent alummof

S REMINGTON ELECTRIC RAZORS because of the illness of her Mrs. D. E. Knight has returned"lome I II the School of Agriculture at Hanes UnderwearAt

daughter Mrs. Billy Burbank, Jr. after a visit of several day tile University of Florida.
as the guest of her brother-in-law I Prices You Can AffordAlvarez
RONSON LIGHTERS who is now very much improved. The magazine stated: "Connei

Friends of Miss Madge Middleton I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles has in a very short span of years,

S ZIPPO LIGHTERS will be happy to hear that Larsen in Lakeland. She was accompanied compiled a record of achievement

she was released from Riverside there by her son, Hollis that have astonished even himself.
Hospital last Saturday. V. Knight, who rteurned home His accomplishments range from

YARDLEY LENTHERIC Fertilizer[ : for Lawns, Gardens, the following day. President of his Freshman Classat Store

Flowers, at Sistrunk's' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hartwig and Bradford County High Schooi

COTY EVENING IN PARIS Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jancsickof son. Billy, of Tampa were Sunday to the youngest member of the

Miami were recent guests of Dr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. s. House of Representatives in the
S OLD SPICE RAVLON Dankel and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. State of Florida." Established 1894
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. .
TABU AND MANY OTHERS I and Mrs. Jack Detweiler Furlong and families. Some of the accomplishments C\
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Q
spent the past two weeks visiting mentioned were Conner's electionsto
the weekend with Mrs. J. W. Kind -
relatives in Dallas, Houston, an state and national president of
son, James, of Tampa will spend
We Stay Open Till P.M. Daily Mart Orleans, Texas.enroute They home.stopped in New.. caid Mr.and Mrs. Q. L. Beasley. the"tate F.F.A.Agriculture, his chairmanship Committee of the ill

and Mrs. Jimmy Chasteenand
P.M. On Mrs. C. J. Houpt spent the weekend son, J. Roy, were in Jacksonville 1953, Blue Key, and a distinguishes
And 9 SundaysFOR
in Lakeland visiting her parents on business Saturday.Mr. Service Award given annually b. !6al

LATE Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Douber- and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and the Florida Jaycees. It also stated
I ley.' family spent Sunday in Wesconnet I chat Conner has a definite lead in

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lemmermanand visiting the R. J. Andrews family. the race for the Speaker of the
Use Our Plan FOR ALL
Lay-Away House
sons of Gainesville were Sat Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns are in 1957.

urday guests of Mr. and Mrs. spending this week in New OrleansMr. The magazine referred to Con.

Harold Hazelwood and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Kings- ner's wife, "Kitten," as "the shin-

Mrs. S. J. Edwards of Jacksonville ley Lake are staying with Linda ing jewel in his crown." It tretCal!)
Johns during the Johns' praised her for the Ala.
KOCH DRUG STOREPhone is spending a few days with Randy encouragementshe e
absence. has given Conner in his "
Dr. M. B. Herlong, Mr. and Mrs many
[activities.The "
Frank Herlong and Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Ben Mizell and daughter Flutv

53 Starke, Fla Adams.Mr. Martha Ann, of Jacksonville spent article concluded: "This 't

and Mrs. S. R. Wallace of Monday visiting her parents, Mr. magazine wishes you. Mr. am- /

f Palatka was the Sunday afternoon and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez.A Mrs. Conner, a long and successful ) JmiYr
few friends and relatives of both
guests of their aunt, Mrs. Frank Starke, domestic and political. $4.50 to $25.00A
Wilbur Scott from Florida needs you."
Hoover. Mrs.
Hoover also had as
Hampton and Gainesville, stageda
Thanksgiving guests Dr. and Mrs
John Heard of Decatur, Ga. surprise birthday party for him County Taxpayers BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF REMINGTON
at his home in Gainesville Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hazen of Electric Shaver 27.50
day night. The surprise was Make Early PaymentsTax NEW COSTUME JEWELRY AT
DAR Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Roy-
rather reversed when the very
ace Gainey of Jacksonville were capable wife of the honoree arose Collector J. R. Kelly said PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE SUNBEAM;
tr:: THEATRe Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. Electric Shaver .
V. Hazen. to the occasion with a three course this week that over 73 per cent YOUR PURSE -
STARKE FLA. dinner served informally. of the county's taxes were paid

Dr. A. Y. Covington, Mrs. Martha I L. Crews, known to h'dlfriends in November so that taxpayers SCHICKPERFUME

Snellen, Jack Trawick ar as "Bunt," enlisted in the could receive the four per cent dis GIFTS Electric Shaver 28.75

Fri, Sat. Dec 10, 11 Sun., Mon. and Tues Mrs. Randall Chitty attended the U. S. Air Force recently and is count. He said $139,413.60 taxes
of the
DOUBLE FEATURE Dec. 12, 13, 14 new Florida State taking basic training in Texas. He were paid with a discount of SCHAEFFER
. Board of Health in
DOUBLE I'EATUREStrange Labratory is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. $5,571.37 for a nettotal of Chantilly
World Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. Crews who have recently movedto S133.902.23 collected.
THE LONG WAIT and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and State Farm from Lawtey. His Kelly said that taxpayers w Dark BrillanceConfetti PENCIL SETS
With Angelida Ilauf daughter, Sylvia, spent Saturdayin
address is: A-B Elma L. Crews
With Anthony Quinn and Charles {receive a three per cent discount
AND Jacksonville.Mrs.
AF 14 551 717 PO Box 1505, Fit
II in December
Coburn two per cent in Tweed $3.50 to
C. L. May of Albany, Ga. 1181, Lackland AFC. San Antonio. $30,00Wedgewood
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brownof Texas. one per cent February,
!no discount in March, and the taxes
GUN SLINGER CEASE FIRE Daytona Beach were Canaries Parakeets, GoWi!sh, will be SCHAEFFER
guests of Mrs. O. L. Beasley delinquent on April 1.
Pet Supplies at Sistrunk's.Mr.
With Rocky Lane DRAMA OF THE KOREAN Mrs. J. W Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner and Kelly added that occupationaltaxes Nosegay Snorkel Pens 7.50 to 20.00

Plus Serial Chap. 8 and Cartoonfor Mrs L. L. Conner spent Saturdayto will be delinquent after Jan.
Children Plus Color Cartoon for Children 1, and will then carry a 10 per
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Midnight
,cent penalty.j FOR THE FAMILY
Loran Conner in Miami.
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY DEC. 15, 16 4 Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins an dj j The tax collector said that the Tabu

DOUBLE FEATURE family attended the funeral of Seaboard Railway paid a large COLORAMA

Herbert Hodges in Macclenny on portion of their tax under protest
Crossed Swords Kansas CityConfidential Singing Kettles
1Playirng Sunday. as expected. The railroad, alongwith 4.75

Seaman 3-c several others in the state ta '
IN and Mrs. Robert i }
PATUECOLO.U With John Payne and Colwn Stefanelli and daughter, Linda has a suit pending which protests d '- Stein Sets 4.50 to 8.00UJl1II$1fII

With Errol Flynn Cray June of Norfolk Va. spent Sunday large portions of their taxes paiu i
to sine* 1933. : Tumblers With
Thursday visiting their : Carriers 6.50
Plus) Comedy for Children puentsr.. and Mrs. Henry Stef "j

anelli and Mr. and Mrs. RussellXOIman. IRecent AdmissionsTo Coaster Ash
Trays .3,00
ONE DAY ONLY THUR. DEC. 16 >> Santa ,', Mrs. Stefanelli and baby Doctor's Clinic <9,...
remained with h<| parents while ;
.1 7Pc. Beverage Set .
Mr. Stefanelli :} 7.50
returned to his base "a
I on abudget Recent admissions to thDoctor's e
I Clinic Hospital were Mrs. 7-Pc.
Mrs. John D. Anderson took her Dorothy Gray Beverage Set 10.00
? Virgie Todd, Lamar
Bennett William
nx son, John, to the doctor in Jacksonville

..* Thursday for a regular checkup. Mrs. Rhoden, Mrs. Myrtle Spence HoubigantYardley 8-Oz. Sherbet Set 6.50
.. Faye Webb, Kendrick Gibson, :
YoungJohn broke his arm
........ several weeks Mrs. Louise Alvarez, and R. R.
ago. Trays =
'" Prevail, all of Starke: Gerald Gay, 2.95
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair and
daughter, Evelyn; spent the weekend Jacksonville; Carol Garrison cf

x y I WADSWORTH home in Douglas, Qa. They brought Interlachen Holton, Macclenny.; and Mrs. Corn Tussey ?7?;, Tobacco Pouch

with them, Mrs. Sinclair'smother.

prices start at Mrs. W. S. 5lad Sr., for NOTICe Coty
rli an extended visit. Notice U hereby given that the Tobacco

) just $19Give $S Mr. and Mrs. Purley Bertche and[.','i'partnership between the heretofore undersigned liub.1 Doyle t1ng E. I LenthericUNIVERSAL Humidor
Conner and James
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sommer of Lucian Conner,
,{heretofore engaging In the General
Remington, Ind. were guests of j Insurance CuslnfFs at Starke, Flor'Ida Briar Pipes 2.00 2,50.3.50
Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Sommer I under the firm and style of -
Proudly "Conner Bros. Insurance :
Thursday of last week. has been dissolved by mutual Agency consent Deep Fryer 29.50
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade spent I ts and from the 1st day of Cocktail Sets 16.50-25.00
Without 'December, 19S4. All debts
PayingA due to
Tuesday to Thursday in Baconton, and owing by the sold late firm. -
Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter will be received and paid respect i
Fancy Price Jackson. I ively by Doyle E. Conner who will, POTTERY
: continue to carry on the said burl ALUMINUM TRAYS

<|jl) WILL HOLD For Your ouf d-Town Camark .- Miramar CHINESE FIGURINES

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CHRISTMASSEE Lights and Decorations Christmas Seals and Wrappings Beautiful

fJRlYIIDUNOi Line of Christmas Cards Toys Stationery Gifts For All Members Of The
S Family.
i / to downtown Mfvtct-
Q Frequent dependable idwUelSofi -
t -' s.' QUALITY HAS NO i, experienced drivtn-Sora
SUBSTITUTEGem I the war and tsar of driving your
F : ; O car-Shop by GREYHOUND.

I 4 Jacksonville $1.98 CANOVA

JewelryEd ,: o Round Trip CALL


I The House of Fine Diamonds' i Phone 147JStarke

HIS WESTERN REVUE I I Starke's Leading Jeweler :! I S Fla.S I Fla. Phone 160FJUD.

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Y9YTYTY9Y9YYTTTTYTTTTTT' Keystone Heights. Judges will be I|I Saturday, Dec. 4, at her home in I! The Harriet Kelly class held I II with Mrs. Wesley Griffin. I were her brother, C. H. Layfield, Charnell attended the Santa Claus Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray and 1
| from outside of Keystone Heights.'. Mountain Lake, N. J. She is survived -I their class meeting last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Rome Andrews and family, of Gainesville, and Parade in Gainesville Saturday. I family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tatum
The Lionesses held their regular by one sister and her cnly I night in the home of Mrs. C. E. I spent the first of the week with I:Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Dowling of Mr and Mrs K B Wattersonwere ,and Dr. Jacob Gartenhau of Jack-

Keystone Heights annual Christmas party on Thursday son, Arthur H. Beckwith. The Mitchell. Mrs. Bell and Mrs. 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D'I!Starke. On :Monday her guests Sunday dmnei guests of the sonville attended the revival! here I
Dec. 2, at the home of Mrs. funeral was held on Tuesday from Thompson of the Keystone Bible Harris, and sister Mrs. were Mrs. J. L. Williams Mrs. Leland Beden laughs Saturday night.
by Airs. Sara McDonaldAAAAkAAAALAAAALAAALAAAAL Roy Browing.Mrs. Mountain Lake. Society presented slides and talkson Snead of Mandarin. I II Mamie Mead, and Mrs. T. F. I

Messier is visiting her Miss Anne Vance, who is a their work. They were an inspiration Miss Barbara Matchett is better, Brown.
daughter, Mrs. McElrath, for a few sophomore at University of Florida to all presentHAMPTON. I but not atle to go to school. I Mrs. Mamie Meade is spending,

The Chamber of Commerce announces has recently been pledged by Alpha I 'vnnvanv..v a......'I Mrs. J. H. Parker, who is ill sometime in Cocoa. j
that this Christmas they days.Mrs.. A. B. Watson entertainedwith Chi Omega, a national sorority.. at her home wishes to thank those I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, j' ?
will again offer prizes for outside a tea on Saturday, Dec. 4, WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS who were so kind to donate blood, son, Joe, and daughter,Mrs. George, r SPOTLIGHTTHESE
decorations. First, second, and honoring Miss Dona Pangborn Establishment of a blood reserveto and others who have been so nice Williams attended the funeral of I
whose marriage will take place on be available for citizens of Keystone to her during her illness. Mrs. Mrs. Wiggins' nephew, Herbert
third prizes of $7.W $5.00 Mrs \Vm.V.. Hammond Hodges, in I
$2.50 for the best outside home Dec. 27.Mrs. Heights who are in need of by Parker is better, but still able to Macclenny Sunday.Mr.
decoration and a prize of $7.50 Huntley Redfearn enter transfusions is the aim of the! A&f AA4AAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAJust sit up for only a few minutes at a and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. I
'tained with a luncheon on Fridayfor Welfare Committee of the Key +Mrs. Ruby Cooper and daughter,
for the best business house str w>t before dark on Wednesday time.Mrs. AUTO LOANFEATURES
Miss Pangborn and Mrs. Robt. stone Woman's Club. Twenty-two I Jack Dempsey and baby of ,
front decoration in and adjacent afternoon of last week fire was I ,
Henderson. There were seven pints were donated on Wednesday.I Waldo called on Mrs. Parker Fri- I
discovered in the kitchen of the
guests. Dec. 1, when a mobile unit from I day and Mrs. Jerrell of Graham
Wynn house located near the oj
-- -- -- Mr. and Mrs. Walter King are the Jacksonville Blood Bank came: called on Saturday.Mrs. i? \.os
Hampton School and occupied by
Wash Your Clothes the happy parents of a nine pound to Keystone Heights. Mrs. Altman Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lyle and their Raleigh Brannen returnedto ii II
boy, born in Starke on Sunday announced at an executive board her home Friday night from i
I five children. The fire caught froman N f I1 y
9 Pounds meeting on Friday that those who. Riverside
morning. oil cook stove and was spreading Hospital where she received : piesae
Mrs. Blizzard has returned froma were unable to give blood on Wed rapidly when discovered by treatment. I
For 40c! several weeks in Chicago.Mrs. still contribute to the
stay of nesday may neighbors. Mrs. Lyle was in the Sunday guests of Mrs. Brannen on uiun>SAm na Rsur
Mary E. Beckwith, motherof Keystone Heights blood reserve at I
front of the house visiting with a Low bank rates
FREE Bleach If Desired! Arthur H. Beckwith of Keystone the Jacksonville Blood Bank. caller. Quick thinking and actionsby

i Heights, died suddenly on The members of the Welfare several neighbors and Eddie Christmas SPECIAL t No unnecessary "red-tape"
Committee, consisting of Mrs. El- Allen and Leroy Aycox saved the
bert Altman, Mrs. Axel Malmgren building. After one end of the kit- '." Quick service from local people
We Will FILL DIRTGOOD and Mrs. Wm. J. Siprelle, thank chen was destroyed.Mr. .
Dry Your Clothes those who responded to the appealon t Direct methods to save time and cut costs
I and Mrs. G. W. Saxon and 17 INCH CONSOLE USED
RICH Wednesday and to club memo
? Holland visited Mr. and Mrs.
For 20c .
O You build bonk credit loan
bers who assisted with clerical help as you pay your I
Henry Rowell near Keystone Sun-.
!. New Automatic Driers! TOP SOILSee and refreshments for the donors.A .
e fitted to
day.Mrs. 95 Monthly repayments your budget ,
meeting of the executive B. B. Eiland spent Tuesday
(committee of the Keystone Heights TV99
c Woman's Club was called by the I \ It will pay you to finance
BILL JACKSONJackson president, Mrs. Francis Egan, Dec. I your new car with this bank
The %Washeteria I Transfer Company 3, at 2:30 p. m. at the Clubhouse. PEST CONTROL
Those who attended included Mrs. 'i
I 90 DAY WARRANTY The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United
Temple Ave. Starke Phone 565 Francis Egan, Mrs. F. M. Wal-
TERMITES Press world news on Station WDVII at noon
u rath Sr., Mrs. Emery H. Cooper, i I
: TIIW i each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA.
Mrs. Elbert Altman, Mrs. Charles Household Commercial
.... I
-. .._ ,__ _-- ____-__ : ___, '_ ._ --=.:'-, -:::--,' .:" '--.. I IT. Smith, Mrs. B. R. Weld, Mrs. i GROVE SPRAYINGCall !
Eula Walker, Mrs. Wm. E. Lee, I for estimate (HAS C. SHEPHERD
Florida Pest Control
Southerland, Mrs. Florence South-
well, and Mrs. John C. Detweiler.Mrs. & Chemical Co. I I TV Radio Seat Covers Uphofetering wW I

Egan appointed a committee 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 0033 Member Florida National Group

Cook'sGrocery of four for to improving draw up the recommendations appear-. Gainesville, Fla. !I Starke, Fla. yam I

ante ana cleanliness 01 the town.

Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. James, Mrs.
Detweiler and Mrs. Weld will a ,

serve on the committee.At .
a meeting of the Finance I 1.
Committee at the home of Mrs. B.
R. Weld, Dec. 2, a revised budgetwas
drawn up. Because of increasein
rentals and a more successful
Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons bazaar than anticipated, more
J I funds will be available for the Li-

Pure BLACK (With $5 Order or More) 2 1-oz Cans trary, soon to be opened, and for I noiiaayw
the Welfare Committee. s

If you have books which you
wish to donate to the new library, .
Pepper I be sure to call Mrs. Cooper, Mrs.I
Egan, or any member of the club, '
and they will be picked up. December -
16 has been designated as I

Lb Bag Book far Roundup has been very Day.gratifying.The responseso As

GRITS 5 39CPLANTATION soon as the books can be classifiedand :

cards made, the Library will
be open to the public, two after-
w hospiiIi
noons and one evening of each I


Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.; Morning -
Worship Service, 11:00, a. m.;
DIXIE LILY Training Union, 6:15: p. m.; Eve .
Lb Bag 54 .05 ning Worship Service, 7:30 p. Q4
10 m.; Midweek Prayer Service 7:30:
p. m.
The building of the new educa-
tional building got under way last
PURE r/= gal Jar \
Saturday. The Young Men's class I I II
has done a wonderful job of plan-
ning and organizing this very important -I here
LARD 63CAny '
project. Several ladies:

served ternoon.refreshments Saturday af-1: ; a

The Women's Missionary Society I I
BrandMILK held their Lottie Moon Week of!I
Prayer last week. They began by
Tall/ Cans presenting the Lottie Moon Christ- '
3 31C I mas Program on Sunday, Nov '
28, and continued the week of'
prayer in the homes of the members -
Large Box of the W. M.: S. '

I Church of God ; a

NORTHERN Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -I, < # ;

Rolls/ Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve-I ; i
I j / I
TISSUE 2 15C ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.PJ2. !

Service Wednesday 7:45 pjn., and 1, : I_ _
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m.
MAXWELL HOUSE (With $5 ) Lb Lawtey I! t
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng : :
C Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving i : v
Coffee : Odl099 Saturday 7:30 p.m. I Il z < d did 4 t I

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POTATOES 3Lbs 25c I _

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Cello Packs ,i

CARROTS 2 2SC S' .hs?

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YELLOW I ab is t

ONIONS 3 Lbs 15CLast I I, I, WtIS a

Chance This Week For Fresh MULLET Lb I II Il S <
1 1I 1erpiperwersprone .
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I To stop tht'tf letting' ,
Wt had the curt (jj
Thai she.oueeUng. ;t Your dealer's Christmas display

t SWIFT'S PREMIUM l is a timely reminder..
What'll you now you're
I Lb I plumbing: has decided to revolt? I have extra Coke on hand
I Are you going to stand there
and do nothing, or are you go. I throughout the holiday a : e : a ,
ing to let Tommy fight your i
BOLOGNA Lb 21C i battles for you? Just call as iI I

and everything more. will be peacefulonce




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\ I good things taste that are made read something which almost keep its clothes clean. Christmas, teach them how to use I Vm TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY Baptist Church, of which she had

: that way. Wouldn't it be terribleif impossible today. We beg, or bor- The best investment is the toy it and how to care for it. This will
,, :: I all these old skills were lost in row books and had a thrilling experience suited to the child's age, interestand help prevent accidents.Too PINE LEVELby teen a member several years.

our modern way of living? reading Victor Hugo's play needs, especially the one Yeo 2-c Edwin McRae and Mrs.
; many, too complicated or
DIARY masterpiece, Les Miserables. But that he can use in many ways and I McRae and daughter, Jimmie, of .
\ We're hoeing our berries now, the most wonderful book of all, that is sturdy enough for long unsuitable toys may hinder rather, Mrs. II. M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Starke were recent visitors ofEdwin's i

and there is some bloom, a few we find, is the Bible. than help children learn to live I
use.Whatever parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3.
green berries, and one red berryso ;you give children for through play. I W. McRae.
The author alit be glad to receive 3 far. But "Bud" Carter has us Rev. \V. E. Hall filled his regu-

I! Items of lateral concern.big beaten by far, for he picked a few Gradually everything on our I I lar appointment at Pine Level last ; Cleo. Carl Thornton Thornton, son, left of Mr. andMrs.

the activities of fanners In pints two weeks ago. The best place is acquiring peculiarities of SOIL CONSERVATION Sunday morning and evening, with Monday
for Ft. Jackson S. C.
1 Bradford County. Suggestions may patch of berries we saw in our its own. The car starter jams low attendance in Sunday School I morning
where he will his basic train-
r 1 NJ left at the Telegraph office ormallf.d census job, was the one owned by and we overcome that by puttingit N-E-W-S due to do much Illness. There were' with the begin.
to Sam BIcGarvey, Lawtey, I Ben Melvin. in gear and pushing. Finnegan, only 13 in the classes. ing Army.I
forgot to mention last week
By Sam the water has a dozen kinksin This! saddenedon
McGarvey pump By Bill Haas community was that Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas

silo. AAAAAAAA..1.u1A1A..a.-- . . Another year without sweet his old rusty head, and we know Wednesday of last week to and visitors enjoyed a large water
-----------aaaaf potatoes. All we are digging area them all by heart. Katrinka has U S. SOIL CONSERVATION
Thl learn of the death of Mrs. Mary melon Thanksgiving day that they
Sam finished .
taking Now we have to begin re-setting lot of skinny roots that taste to be handled just right, or she
the F .J Alvarez. The funeral was conduc- grew on their farm. It was delicious -
iUS In District Num- the
skips. pretty good, but take an hour to won't budge, and so on. Latestto SERVICE t
ber Orl sited over 291 farms, '. ted Friday. afternoon at Pine Level they said.
SCot peel.Ve'll I
chop off the vines, develop is the radio; now it !i
.., .fi
from J Bennett's place up toHlghlrJr out Powerful Katrinka, the and try to make a crop next year. suddenly goes dead, and only by -
m "Cracker Six" over tractor, .s. George Brown, soil scientist with the land
to plow out the straw- fiddling with the switch can we lines on Johnny Douglas' ] ,
to th : ., .ng Well Bridge. It berry middles, but the hydraulic We enjoy many wonderful eve- get it operating. But we musn't the Soil Conservation Service, pre-t place. We were sitting at the edge I

was tune all experience to visit lift wouldn't work, and now we nings now, reading before the fire- make fun of our mechanical serv- pared soils maps for C. M. Bur- of a field 'in which Johnny is

every ,farm and talk and become have more trouble on our hands. place. One hope we had when ants for we ourselves are just as nett, Jack Waters, Thomas L. planning to put into pasture. Ho-

bettel al'q" inted with so mAnY It acts as though one of the valves we came to live on a farm was bad. Sam, for example, is theprize Carey Jr., Robert L. Strunk, A. H. ward Douglas came up and thena GIFT BOXES II I

farm 0: : We wish we had the is stuck we hope it Isn't some that we would have the time to wreck of them all. Harley and J. B. Prevatt. These little later Reddish Andrews I

time 0 VL*. -..every.: other farm in thing that will be expensive to fix. I I soils maps will be used for the came up and sat down. Johnny told I

the e tire cout./: basis of a complete soil and water us that he feels we are going to .
tPYr Home Demonstration conservation farm plan. have to depend on good cows and
pine trees to see us through the

11 this week we set out the After talking about irrigationfor Notesby Ruby Crosby, P. D. Reddish, coming years. He pointed to" some K Oranges Oranges Grapefruit ",

a long time, we decided this Cornelious Moore, James Rosier, pine trees and said, "If you take
last tour 10 beds of berries, or By Fast Guaranteed
Express Delivery
week that -
abou 11,000 plants. It was a borrow the we would go ahead and Jack Edwards and Sam Whiteheadused care of those" trees thl'Yrill take money and install a the District's drill of
grain to care you.
back raking tedious job, and small DOROTHY ROSS FINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES
system. Right now we havea plant oats and sweet lupine for p jI,
Alice d1J most of It herself.
Any- berry patch that needs rain very Home Demonstration Agent winter pasture.I n TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVEMARTIN'S "
1'.0 has taken
one up "wringout' -
much, and all we ,
can do is wait
t of a tangle of grass and Season Cash AvailableAt
helplessly day after day and do << ,
broken them apart and nothing but hope. If we had the Who' Who in Home are busy making charm strings of was out to Lloyd Bryan'splace FRUIT SHOP

them, wetted the roots and Irrigation system now, we could Demonstration Clubs gaily painted pine cones, burs, etc. the other day to discuss a Marion Finance

set t' out a few at a time, will turn it on and get the plants The information on the Who's to hang in an appropriate place soil conservation farm plan with For Working PeopleOf S
knof '.pow good it was to finish. growing. Who survey sheets was tabulated at home. Marcia Miller and Marilyn him. He was using the District's North Temple AvenueHUNDREDS

I by Mrs. E. L. Cox and the agent Cox have finished theirs. The chopper to cut down old corn Starke AndSurrounding j

The last time we investigatedthe and the final results sent to the other girls will meet later to finish stalks. Lloyd got down from his Area ,

possibilities of irrigation we state Home Demonstration Office.theirs.. In Foods, the girls wilj I tractor and we discussed his farm

ICOLONIALFLORIST decided against it because it seem- Each club and the county council concentrate this month on making1 plan. While talking about different Families who are short on Cash

ed that at least a 3-inch well was will want to know the results so Christmas goodies. cover crops that can be used on I i to pay those overdue bills and I

needed, and when we inquired they can use them in studying the Christmas Toys his type of soil he remarked, "I I those bills that are a bit too1 I

about that the cost was about county program and in making fu- I Already we are hearing children stopped burning my fields a long high can look to Marion Financefor '

I $1,800 for the well alone. We for- ture plans. !I say what they want for Christmas. time back and my crops are get- I I aid Marion Finance in !

got about irrigation then in a This survey is being carried on I What are you giving the youngsters ting better each year." He went Gainesville can either assist by!>

I FLOWERS hurry! in" each county of Florida whichhas on your list? Make it something on to say that the more organic i I a PAYDAY LOAN for 30 days )

But we have met lots of folks I Home Demonstration work. they'll enjoy, and also something matter you turn under the better' or a monthly Budget Loan with ':I' of details are managed and economic-
For All Occasions who told us about Charlie Dinkins, The information is anonymous that's safe. Accidents kill your soil gets.A payments to fit the pocketbook.
The interest is small, for ally attended that only a trained and
f the former since each sheet bears a number children from example -
PHONE 218 owner of our farm, more one to 14 years
l using the 2-inch well in the truck instead of the individual's name. of age than the top five diseases request for a soil survey was $50.00 for 30 days la\\ careful organization can attend when

garden for irrigation successfully.Then The state office will give a re- put together. made by O. C. Kelley, Johnny only $1.75. CONTACT MARION; the urgent need for serving is at

() too, we talked to Cecil port on the state-wide survey at Smart shoppers will purchasethe I Douglas and Howard Mott whose FINANCE BY MAIL, BOX 446 ;, hand.
I i or CALL COLLECT 5333 Games- !
Crawford, who recently installeda State Senior Council Meeting toys that give lasting enjoymentnext places are all located out in the
ville then
come in and pick the!
small irrigation system at a July in Gainesville which and benefit to children. Novelties Dedan Church section. O. C. is DeWITT C. JONESPhone
J up in one trip REMEMBER -
reasonable cost, and had greensall should prove to be most interestthat appeal to adults often hold planning to build a place to store i
summer long as a result, andso ing and helpful. brief interest for the child be- water. By using the soil survey 7 Starke
f POTTED PLANTS we decided to go ahead. All Membership Chairman cause he can do little with them. map he will be able to check the :GAINESVILLE for that $25.00 to I -

farming is a gamble but if we There is only one in the county The toy that winds up is fun for soil and see if it is suitable to $300.00. Funeral Director Ambulance Service
POTTERY can get moisture when we need it, the young onlooker while its nov- store;: water. I II
and she is :Mrs. Effie in
Hodge I
one element will be controllable. lasts. Our local funeral home enable u to offer convenience W
elty Many toys with eye
Flowers 'WiredAnywhere Brooker. It seems Brooker Club appeal are investments be- We were walking over one oHoward's f YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- services not otherwUt available.
I is out torin the membership poor fields in which he was

Enjoyed stopping at the Middle- honors -- the club having the cause they are shoddily made or turning under a good crop of brook purs-slze fountain pens! b r. ,,., I.... ....
I ton Rosier farm the other day, are made so the child cannot use
greatest increase in membership Hairy Indigo when he pointed to We furnish the highest type cervie at lowest andsceept
when Mrs. Rosier and friends were them, such as the big fancy doll the pastel shades. Only $%.58 at Brad- prices
plow furrow
in 1955. and said, "see ANY life insurance in
policy force listed ANT
Nona St. Starke busy by
making sausage and head- with clothes that don't come off so how good this land turns I
with all
cheese. We love the oldfashionedways Senior 4-11 Club the child playing "mother" can't I this ford County Telegraph. company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral
'fr- organic matter in it" A couple -
of doing things, and how The senior 4-H girls in Starke undress or dress her "baby" or] of days later I was out getting ,I Consultation carries no obligation.
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This Year More Than Ever Before --- Starke Merchants Have Gone All-Out To
Bring Together A Fabulous Stock Of Christmas Treasures For Your Shopping Convenience

t And Pleasure. After One Quick Tour Of Our Shopping District You'll Agree That "It's Just Good Sense To Do Your Christmas Shopping At Home." This-

I Annual Christmas Party For The Kiddies (And Grownups, Too) Is Sponsored By The Merchants Division Of Your Chamber of Commerce. You Can Show Your Appreciation -

Of This Annual Holiday Treat By Doing ALL Your Christmas Shopping At Home This Year.





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well. secretary. operation of a business of this Starke, Florida, suit for divorcehas J.

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church sort For all this they receive only2c and tile the original In the office been filed against you In the.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on above named Court and
cause .
will have A Youth Day Programat more than the carrier. or before the !
you are required to serve a of That's Our Business
copy -
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy 3 p. ro. Sunday, Dec. 12, Chair- 3 day of January 1955; your answer or pleading to the complaint

Oiora Johnson, Editor man Broxton is asking all loyal : THE RIGHT PODiT for the otherwise Complaint will tne aue be *taken.uims as or con-said H. V.on Knight the Plaintiffs, Starke, Florida Attorney 3L111SS If It's Glass We Have It I

members to contribute at least $1 write. leased by you.; and file the original In the office I CALL WRITE or VISIT rI |
. . . . . . . . . . . . I way you Come In and select This notice shall be published of the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on F/I
_AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAJ LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA to this program. This is an effort favorite ESTERBROOK tnce each week for four c nsec -
your or before the 20 day of December

How many seeds have you our county Supt. H. P. Morgan for the trustees to improvethe ,Fountain Pen. Only $%.31 at Ive Telegraph.weeks In the Bradford County said 1954; Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken as of I c: 1 Joe Peters Glass Co
church. Come out and
your Dated this 1 day of Dec.. 1954.
to better the life of I confessed by
own today has said that he ask for a you.
OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. DarbyClerk I
share. Maurice Jenkins teacher of ( ) This
I notice shall be oubllshed once FOR ANY GLASS NEED
those who are weary at heart for: unit from the state department of of the Circuit nrt
start in the field where R. J. E., will be the guest speaker.She I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk each week for four consecutive I We Modern Store Front
want of a education next for Let'smake ROTICE TO APPEAR I weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Design
us. 12/3 4t 12(24
?" holds the master of education Vm Circuit Court. Bradford County I graph. 414
prosperity Just Mail Us A Pattern for
grows it a success, it is up to you! degree from Flcrida A & M Uni- Florida i In Chancery. I,,, Dated this 16 day of November,

We are trying to give the youth The P. T. A. of R. J. E. High John Petrow. Plaintiff. Sue Pet- I n i The Circuit Court Of Florida f 1954.! I Table Tops
It versity. Christmas music will be row. Defendant. Case No. 10-784 KIghth, Judicial Circuit In And (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of our group a chance to earn. School met Wednesday, Dec. 1, eatured. Christmas practice will \otlre To Appear.To For Bradford County. Clerk of the Circuit Court 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2.1353MONEY
is a good way to start learningthe Singleton pre : Sue Petrow, whose residence In Chancery. Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i
with vice-president
conduct goal "that by the tart this week and all Sunday.and address is: 231 E. 96th Street, I Gertie Miles, Formerly Gertie 11/19 4t 12'10
siding. After the business sessionthe School scholars are asked to par- New York New York Browning Individually and as
sweat of a man's brow should he You are hereby notified that a Administratrix of the Estate !NOTICE APPEAR I IIn TI!
eat bread." We wish to congratulate chairman of the program com ticipate.The suit for j ef Rachel 1 Browning. Deceased Circuit Court, Bradford Cou.ty

mittee, M. Royal, conducted t.- Divorce custody, control and Plaintiff Florida! In Chancery.
the following carrier on your Missionary Society of Allen support of minor child vs- Sylvia Castle Coyne. Plaintiff..

honesty and sincerity in your sale guessing game and a continuationof Chapel will hold its first meetingon has been filed against you in the Donald L. McKay et al. Charles Coyne, Defendant.
above named Court and cause and i
Defendants. Case No. 10-770
waist measurements. Rev. Dell
of papers: John Givens (carrier of Monday, Dec. 13, 4 to 5 p. m. you are required to serve a copy of OilUEK OF PUBLICATION %YI) Votlre To AppearTo

the week), Dan Fleming, Ruby Lee suggested that we have an age at the church. President E. Givensis your answer or pleading to the complaint .NOTICE TO APPEAR : Charles! Coyne whose residence -
next. in 1955 there on the Plaintiffs Attorney THE STATE OF FLOIUDA TO: and address is. Unknown.
Hall, Johnny Pitman, L. C. Cole rally Early i asking all ladies of the churchto T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Donald L. McKay, if alive, and If You are hereby notified that a
man. Dorothy McDougald, Otis will be a P. T. A. Boosters Rallyin Ji present. and file the original In the office of dead his unknown heirs devisees, suit for divorce and restoration of

Singletary. Joan Britt, Betty Cov- the form of "Tag Day" for the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on legatees grantees assignees, creditors maiden name
Bethel Church will or before the 3 day of January, claiming has been filed
New Baptist !I and all other parties against yon in the
ington. Essie Mae Aycock and I purpose of raising money for the 1954; otherwise the allegations of by, through under or against him; above named Court and cause and For that help you need, see Marion

Ollie Mae Morris. Who will lead piano in the new cafetorium. Come hold its regular communion serv- said Complaint will be taken as confessed Otto Lachenmyer, also known as you are required to serve a copy of: Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville.
week? ? ? ? ices on Sunday. All members are by you. Otto Lochenmyer if alive, and if your answer or pleading t') the complaint -
in paper sales this out and invest to insure the future This notice shall be published dead his unknown heirs devisees, on the Plaintiff AttorneyT. Those friendly there
Residing Specialist Visit County asked to come out and do your once each week for four consecutive legatees. grantees ass-lgnees, cred- Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. people are especially -
of our children at R. J. E. High full duty. Music will be rendered weeks in the Bradford County Tele. itors i and all other parties claiming and file the original In the office of to help with cash those who are in
Margaret Sailor and Jack Kirsh,, School. The next meeting will be graph. b y. through. under or against him: I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor
Kpresentatives of the Rowe-Peter- be 'by Choir No. 1. Have you made Dated this 1 day of Dec.. 1954. Thomas Dixon if alive if dead his before the 20 day of December, need of $!5.00 to $300.00 Monthly Budget
We will expecting -
visited several January 5, 1955. i your contribution to the robes? (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, I 1954. otherwise the allegations of Loans on Payday 30 day Loans.
tan Book COmpany. Clerk of the Circuit Court
cooperation.We creditors and !'said Complaint will be taken
your grantees, assignees as
schools in Bradford Chairman Mary Royal is anxiousto Py Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk all other parties claiming by confessed by you.
County, in- Call Marion Finance Co. and make
Wish All Of You A Merry 'I have you remember them Sun- 12/3 4t 12(24 through under or againsthim; This notice shall be publishedonce I your
chiding Lawtey Training. The reg Year! Sophia Royal President; James H. FOBS and wife Lillian W. each week for four consecutive application. Then Come in, and get the
ular teacher, M. Turner. was very I day. Rev. Vincent, pastor. NOTICE TO APPEAR Fosa. Ervin B. Whitney David Floyd weeks In the Bradford County Tele. Cash in
fa Circuit Conaf one trip.
Frances Jenkins, reporter. Court Bradford and wife Bell A. Floyd, James A. graph.
pleased with the responses of al Mt. Moriah M. E. Church, Rev. Florida la Chancery. Sherman and Albert E. Miller and Dated this 17 day of November,,

pupils and so was Supervisor Contest Ends W. Demps, will hold its regular Roberta O'Neill. Plaintiff, vs. wife Vesta Miller. if alive. and if 1954. The Credit requirements are very
Francis O'Neill, Defendant. defendants be dead the OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
tf said ,
I liberal.
Johnson, who accompanied these Mary Helen White was winnerfor services on Sunday, Dee. 12, 11:30a. : I Case No. 10-785 any unknown heirs, devisees, legatees Clerk of the Circuit Court:

representatives. Many.halpful the honors of Miss R. J. E. elementary m. At the evening worship the :Notice: Francis To AppearTo O'Neill whose residence granleec- assignors, creditor and, qv Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk.

gestions were given to the teach A. B. Nathan, teacher, last "Eucharist" for the year will: and address is: c/o Superin- all through other under parties or against claiming such defendants by-, 1954. 11/19 4t 1% '10I

ers. and Ruby Lee Hall of 10th gradewas be served. All members are askedto L tendent Bordentown, Dordertown, New Jersey.Reformatory, as are dead; Woodlawn'I MARION FINANCE COMPANY

P. T. A. & Hobby.Club Chit-Chat t the high-school winner sponsored come out and partake of the You are hereby. notified that a Syndicate trll-and' -*,.its stockholders unknown successors and-I: NOTICE TO APPEAR

On November 30 at 7:30 p. m by F. Pierce and E. Kennedy. "love feast and communion. cult Divorce for IMher claimants by through or Under In Circuit Court. Bradford' Co.., p 218 West University Ave.
and control of
custody Florida In Chancery-
It K. if alive,
Hampton Training School had its.The banquet and coronation will be minor child and it;dead Mary, her unknown Youells. heirs, devisees Cornelius F. Petrucelli, Plaintiff, vs.. Phone 5333 P. 0. Box 446

P. T. A. and Hobby Club meeting given sometime in January, 1955 Junior Red Cross Enrollment; has been filed against you In the legatees grantees, assignee!', Anna Petrucelli, Defendant.
above named Court and cause and Case No. 10-778 i Gainesville
all other
100 Per Cent creditors, and parties
with vice president Lem Perry Congratulations to these winners you are required to serve a copy of claiming by through, under or Notice To Appear
presiding. The meeting was well I and to the runner-up and defeated i The Junior Red Cross Enrollment: your answer or pleading tA the complaint against her: Raley-Hamby Com To: Anna Petrucelli whose rewidence -
i hit an all time high according to on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. pany, a corporation, and its unknown and address is: .15-37 Pedford
attended but 100 percent attendance contestants I say, "Don't give Frank Landrum, Starke Florida successors trustees, stockholders Street, New York, N. Y.

is the goal. The prizes for !" A winner never quits anda the collector O. R. Johnson, appointed and other claimants by, You are hereby notified that a
up and file the original In the office of s ult for
under it M. V. Raley
Mar through or
by Chapter Secretary ;
largest attendance were won by quitter never wins." the Clerk of the Circuit Court on and Thus. B. Hamby. and his wife Divorce, custody control and
guerite Hall. All schools enrolled I or before the 3 day of January support of minor child
tint and : Emma M. Hamby. if alive, and if
second grade pupils, S. CHURCH NEWS 100 cent. From the smallestone 1954; otherwise the allegations of any of said defendants be dead the nas been filed against you in the i-
Williams, teacher. The president said Complaint will be taken as I unknown heirs, devisees legatees above named Court and cause and \
of the hobby club Corene Nebo Missionary Baptist Church teacher school at Brookerto confessed by you. grantees, assignees creditors, and you are required to serve a copy of \1
Aycox will be host to Carver Prince Hall R. J. E. in Starke. The follow This notice shall be publishedonce all other parties claiming by, your answer or pleading to the
showed the many beautiful artic each week for four consecu-: through, under or against such defendants complaint on the Plalntlr.IAttorney
les that had been made by principal Lodge No. 89 at 3 p. m. Sunday, ing monies were reported: Brooker tive weeks in the Bradford County as are dead; Matanzas Investment T. Frank Landrum,

Dec. 12. The gavel has been sounded 50c; Hampton Telegraph. Company, and Its unknown Starke, Florida
Taylor's classes. The articles Training Dated this 1 day of Dec., 1954.;; successors, trustees, stockholders, and file the original In the office of
and the craft has been orderedto $2.60; Lawtey Training $5.40;;: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and other claimants, by. through or the Clerk of the Circuit: Court on

being made by the parents include assemble at Mt. Nebo Missionary Thurston $3.55 r Wateroak Clerk of the Circuit Court under it; J. F. Morrison, if alive, ir before the WINTER SPECIAL
bedspreads, draperies luncheon By MaVan" L. Crosby Deputy Clerk; and if dead his unknown heirs devisees 27 day of December, 1954; I'
Baptist Church. All brethern $3.68; R. J. E. $12.77. Grand Total I 12/3 4t 12(24 I legatees grantees, assignees, otherwise the allegations of ialComolalnt :
sets scarfs and
many other use: of the lodge and the worshipful $23.50. creditors and all other parties will > e taken as confess 1 GAL PRESTONE I
household articles. The adult claiming by. through, under or
master and the secretary extend a IB Circuit Court Bradford County, This notice allan b. published
him O. W. Welch It alive
Now let's do against ; ,
education even better for the
class was organized by Florida In each week for tour cnnnerutln
Chancery. OIII-B ANTI-FREEZE 2.9"
cordial dead his unknown devisees
invitation to all membersof and if heirs -
principal Taylor and S. D. Will Christmas Seals and the fight Maria Fernandez, Plaintiff vs. legatees, grantees assignees, weeks in the Brtdford County Tele .
Blue Lodges, Chapters, Knight Teofilo Fernandez Defendant. graph. .
iams. The first regular class meet against Tuberculosis. Get in the Case No. 10-786 creditors and all other parties, claimIng Dated this 23 day of November, ,
Templars Commandries Councils by, through. under or against
ing will be held on Tuesday night,, Christmas spirit by giving gen. Notice To AppearTo him; Jeff Davis, if alive and if; 1954. IIR-35 BC ,
Consistories with the sisters OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart:
of : Teofilo Fernandez, whose ( } '
dead his unknown heirs, devisees,
Dec. 14. All erously. All schools are asked to residence and address Clerk of the Circuit Court
interested is: c/o Cruz
persons in
all adoptive Masonry, and our I legatees, grantees, assignees, cred- HEATER 2995
Marian L. C'osby TVouty Clerk -
distribute 413 Amsterdam By -
enrolling for these classes are asked the seals to parents and I Avenue, New York, itors and all other parties claiming
friends are especially welcome to New York. : 11'26 4t 12/17
have the by. through under or against him
donations in by or before ;;
to attend. Classes in sewing, attend this event celebrating the You are hereby notified that a AND ALL OTHER PERSONS HAVING -
December suit for Install Heater 4.50 i
art crafts 15. Kite will thank OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. NOTICE TO APPEAR
reading, writing, arithmetic ancient festival of St. John the Divorce and
custody control of r TITLE LIEN OR INTEREST IN OR I. Circuit Court Bradford ('o.atToFlorida. : ,
Jones :
. and will be offered. you, Mary will thank you,, minor child
spelling : I. Chancery.
Evangelist. The will be TO TilE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
message and so will I editor. has been filed against you In the I TOTAL PRICE 37.40
This is your LANDS situate and lying in Brad- Valeria Cole Ingram, Plaintiff, vs.
the first time an attempt delivered by the pastor, Rev. G. EDITORIAL (continued above named Court and cause and i ford County, Florida, to-wit: William Frank I ngram. Defendant I

iaa been made to offer adult ed B. Burgam. Rev. A. O. Jenkins,, ) you are required to serve a copy of r PARCEL I Lots 16, 17, 18 and 31 Case No. 10-777 ,
If she were the your answer or pleading to the Woodlawn, Section 29, Township Notice To Appear. I
entering new -
ucation. If you show interest in I it t: Worshipful Master, James Cars- complaint on the Plaintiff's 5 South. Range 22 East. To: William Frank Ingram, whos
R. J. E. or Lawtey Schools for the Attorney T. Frank Landurm, PARCEL II Two acres in Southeast residence and address is: Unknown.Tou .
first time- Starke, Florida, are hereby notified that I
Corner of Lot 14 and all Lots; SPECIAL ONLY 2995
and file the original In the officeof suit for divorce and controlof
11. She 15. 19, 20, 21, 30 and 32 in Wood- custody -
would be the the Clerk of the Circuit
very es Court on lawn Section 29. Township 5,, minor children and restoration
sence of courtesy and politeness or before the South Range 22 East, excepting of maiden name I
3 day of January. 1955; has been filed against the
therefrom in
which is always the mal k of cul otherwise the allegations of said described in road that right-of-way certin deed as above named Court and you cause and I You Save 7.45
ROUND AND Complaint will be Buy Today II
SQUAREDANCING ture and refinement. by taken as confessed dated February 11, 1927, and recorded you are required to serve a ropy of
you. in Deed Dock 41, Page I your answer or pleading to the complaint
12. She would take advantage This notice shall be publishedonce 536. et seq.. Public Records of on the Plaintiff's Artorn>
ot each week for four consecutive Bradford County, Florida. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida;
every opportunity to make new weeks in the Bradford County Tele You and each of you are hereby land file the original In the officeof Cars and Trucks -- All Makes
friends and never at any time graph. notified that a Bill of Complaint has the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
would she let Dated this 1 day of Dec.. 1954. been filed in the Circuit Court of or before the 27 day of December ,
any man drag her: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby r Bradford County, Florida, in Chan- 1954; otherwise the allegations of
down so low as to make her hate Clerk of the Circuit Court cery, by Gertie Miles formerly said Complaint will be taken: as confessed I And Models
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
him. Gertie Browning, individually and by you.
12/3 4t 12(24 as Administratrix of the Estate of r This notice ssku tin published !
Rachel Browning, deceased as once each week for four consecutive 6" "
13. She would spend some of la Circuit Court, Bradford Cuua'". Plaintiff and against you and each

her leisure time in the library and Florida; In Chancery. of you as defendants; that the nature weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph.
Mary H. Fredrickson, Plaintiff. vs. of said suit is to I HARDY BROTHERS
quiet and I MOTOR
at home CO.
EveryFRIDAY reading good books, pert- Carl E. Fr drickson, Defendant. confirm the title of plaintiff, Gertie Dated this 23 day of November.

odicals and newspapers in orderto Case No. 10-781 Miles formerly Gertie Browning, : 1954.
Order Of Publication And Notice To (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
individually and as Administratrix ;
: be thoroughly informed about Appear State Of Florida Toi ,of the Estate of Rachel LTownjnjf. !. Clerk of the Circuit Court i Phone 69 Starke, Fla.

NIGHT current issues, which is one of the Carl E. Fredrickson, whose residence dceased, to the above lands as a By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
earmarks of an educated and address is Unknown.You fee simple title; and you are required 11 '26 4t !2'17
person. are required to appear on:
to appear and serve a copy of
14. She would gear her life January 3. 1955 in the above nam your answer and pleadings on Plain

with some centralized ed Court and cause,* wherein plain tiff's attorney, A. J. Thomas, Jr., I
MUSIC BY purpose tiff seeks divorce. whose address is Starke, Florida. .

let every minute of the day find Bradtora county Telegraph aha II and to file the original of your .- .

CLAUDE BEDENBAUGH AND HIS him moving in a certain definite: publish weekly Issues this Order In next four answer the undersigned or pleading Clerk in the of office Circuit of : --.s.

direction instead of standing on Witness my hand and official seal Court on January 3. 1955.;; otherwisethe .
at Starke, Florida 4
this November
allegations of said
ORANGE PICKERS the street corners gossiping and 26, 1954. complaintwill
be taken as confessed by you. _
her (OFMC1AL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .i .
wasting time in meaningless IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
As Clerk of said Court this Order of Publication and Notice '
} By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk be forthwith published once .
Martin .Pearl.. 294 Smith Building, each week for four consecutive g'i g .
THE 15. She would become so efficient ;Jacksonville 2, Florida. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I I,

in the present situation and Attys. for Plf._ 12/3 4t 12/24 a duly qualified newspaper II I

so well published in said County.
informed about the workof KOTICM TO APPEAR
WITNESS my hand and official
NEW K1NGSLEY BEACH the world that she In Circuit Court. Bradford ('0..":r. neat at Starke, Bradford Ceunty -
Florida .
would outgrow her local I. Chancery.Edward Florida, this December 3, 1954.
enviro- E.
Thomas. Plaintiff vs. OFFICIAL SEAL) Chas. A. Darby, ,
went and enlarge the borders p Irene Carriebelle Thomas. Defend f-Ierk of Circuit Court of Brad-i

AD 1. 50c her tent and move into a more ant.Notice T. Appears Case No. 10-782 ford County Florida.12/3 4t 12/24

"abundant being" where the day- To Irene Carriebelle Thomas _
whose residence and address is: Un: NOTICE TO APPEAR
light is clear
and the
serene known.
IB Circuit Court. Bradford County {
c_I .. : air is pure and unstultified. You are hereby notified that a Florida In Chaaecry. :
suit for
I Joseph Laporte. Plaintiff vs. Bern-
I 16. She would not allow herself Divorce adette Laporte, Defendant. :
| baa been filed against you In .h a
to become Case No. 10-759
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above named Court \
I: cause and Notice To Appear. :! i
i and buried in the bosom of you are required to serve a copy of ToEernadette: Laporte, whose !

I'd like to put ': the ordinary. She would take advantage I- your answer or pleading the residence and address Is: No. 1, : ,
omplalnf on the Plalltlff'1 North Grofnenordale. Connecticut. ; I,
of every opportunity to Attorney T. A. Yawn Stark, You are b"r by notified that a'I',' C. .' %tjW .7 .. I II
I Florida suit for ? Ll'. r4 S .
this McCulIoch1 [I make of herself the best woman Iud file the original In the office ol Divorcehas I 4 __ .---- .1
that her day and generation could: ''lit. ""lerlr of the Clrrult four' nn been filed against you In the" _ti. i
r 'offer. WHY NOT or before! the 3 day of January. 1955 I. above named Court and cause and ,,-'0 1
otherwise the allegations of said you are required to serve a copy of s4. 1
17. She would grow sick and Complaint will be taken at confess your answer or pleading to the complaint t (
b33B *d by you the : 1 .1 I It
on Plaintiffs Attorney
tired of her little boat running This notice shall be published T. Frank Landrum. Starke : Ij j

close to the shore. She would put once each weok for four consecutive Florida. .. II
week in the Bradford County TellI and file tbft original In the office of I
.'fi.h1t II out on the ocean where the big I graph the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or f_. :
i : boats roar. For she would rather U54.Dated this 27 day of November before the 13 day of December, 1954; .,. I
otherwise the allegations of said II
see it go down and drown than toI OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Complaint will be taken as confessed -

I stay near the shore. By Uarlan, Clerk L. Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Cl Court..rU I This by you notice shall be publishedonce I

__. ', Heights of great men reached 12/3 4t 12(24 each week for four consecu- \\
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w t -. and kept NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph.week in the Bradford County ..

&- ... : 4 Were not attained by sudden In Circuit Court Bradford C..t,. Dated this 9 day of November. t \
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flight. Floridi In Chancery. 1954.
Caterina Greco, Plaintiff vs. Sal- t OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
But they while their companions vatore Qreco, Defendant. Clerk of the Circuit Court

slept Case No. 10-787 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Lit '

under Were toiling upward in the totleo ToSalvatore To Appear.Greco. whose rest i- 11/1 4t 1Z/S t.i ; :' c

yourChristmas ,: night." dence and address Is'ia: ricarbuto NoTICE TO APPf\rt ; .ft ,. -
No. 13. Bagheria Palermo, Italy. la Circuit Court Bradford County : o
I | 18. Last, but no means least You are hereby notified hat I Florida: In Chancery. .-

she would never get too busy to suit Divorce for Paul E.C.Burnett Burnett, Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Frances o _-.,: :':-"- -. .. I

,I take time to pray. baa been filed against you In tht Case No. 10-767

Here's Christmas I O. R. Johnson. Supervisor above named Court and cause and Notice T* Appear. .'
you are required to serve a copy a trout To: Frances E. Burnett, whose -
man who cuts timber! i Bradford County Negro Schools answer or pleading to the residence and address Is: 205 West ll1 .

the new McCulloch complaint on the Plaintiff Winter Avenue Danville Illinois. :: It
Tree'F : -That's F ght, You're Wrong" Attorney T. Frank Landrum 1, Your are hereby notified that a '
weight Ling of chain : ? I ike her Whine Quistma drcuns come \ .
We can't always be right, so if ._ _- _
pulpwood small u I
we're not, we're wrong. It seems! true..wirh a glnming electrical gift:

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the money time end of the paper have a false MOVINGLOCAL

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I Christian Church Christian Church St. Edward's ChurchSunday spent last weekend with her mother Church.
Presbyterian I Mrs. A. T. Dryden.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneywere
.. '. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor J. E. Sherwood, pastor Mass at 9:15 a. m. and Mrs. Kitchen of Key- supper guests of Mrs. pasha
,. ., Fri., Dec. 10- 7:30 p. m. Men stone Heights visited Mr. and Mrs. Swindell in Theressa Saturday
"" 6:30 and
School each at Holy day masses : a. m.
\ First 9:45, Bible school classes Sunday Sunday
the Church at Sunday.
A. fI I1. (; .6 lE,( Methodist of Recreation supper Hall. for all ages. C. W. Colson Supt. 9:45 a. m., C. W. Colson, superin- 8:30 a. m.Children's. Ike Lefever Sunday.Mrs. night.
{ ll Sat., Dec. 113 m. Adult Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening tendent; Sunday Worship Servicesat Class Saturday 11 Delma McKenzie of Jacksonville Mr"and Mrs. J. B. Wright and
--- -. .- ,Choir practice. p. worship 7:30 p. m. Christian En- 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Wednesday a. m. visited her parents, Mr. children, and Mr. and Mrs. B. Mc-
_u_ ".1I prayer meetings at 7:30 p. m. : and Mrs. John Surrency, Sunday. Kinney all of Starke visited their
: I deaver 6 m. Keystone HelgtttsWomen's
Sun, Dec. 12 9:45: a. m. p.
Mrs. Maurice Dyal of HighSprings parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Moody,
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting i ( dub)
I BROOKER i CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School; 11 a. m. Sermon AIRPARK MISSIONARY i was visiting in our sec- Sunday night.
I 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. I Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
The Book Books" 6
BAPTIST CHURCHRev LATTER DAY SAINTS' I I Of ; p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH I tion Wednesday. Word has been received here
Womans Council 1st and 3rd Holy day masses a. m.
C. B. Stalling Pastor : Services each Sunday in old i with Youth Frances Fellowship Caldwell supper aril meeting Mar- Tuesday 7:30 p.m., Mrs. W. L. Sunday School 9:45 a. n\ Morning I Confessions before all Masses. J Rev. S. E. Sparks who has I that Mrs. Lizzie Hines is very
Worship 11 a. m. Training i been pastor of the Graham Baptist sick at the home of her daughter,
Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun. garet Rose Duncan, hostesses; 7:30p. : Andrews president.
I Union 6:15 p.. m. Evening Service r.mnnYmYYYYY1mTYGRAHAM Church for several years, has; Mrs. Della Osteen in High Springs.
Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m.. day School 10 a. m. Sacrament m. Evening Worship Service Church located on W. Call wel-and 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed-I !I been called to the Olustee Baptist, We wish her a speedy recovery.
Christian streets. A friendly
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel- "Judging And Knowing. come waits everyone. nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. i .-... .-... .-... .-... .-... .-... -.... .-.... .... .... .-... .-....
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. come. Tues., Dec. 14 8 p. m. Collins Jr., Pastor. w wwGIVE '
!Women of the Church Christmas I Mrs. John McKinneytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :
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? '7:. I Party at the Community House, BAPTIST HEILBRONN CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST I Santo ,
I i State Farm C. L, O>erturf Jr.. Minister
Wed.. Dec., 15 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Willis and\ ,
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Prayer meeting. ing 11 ftjn. Training Union 6:30p.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve children of Mulberry were visitinghere ?.
7:30 Prayer THE GIFT
Thurs., Dec. 16 3:30 p. m. Preaching pjn. ning Worship 7:30 p. m. last weekend.Mrs. i |
7:30 -
Junior Choir practice. Meeting Wednesday p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Elijah Strickland and
REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. .
p. m. daughters of Nichols visited Mrs.\
At The TabernacleA PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Radio program, "Old Paths" Carl Jones Sunday.: | THAT KEEPS ,

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor CHUROI1 each .Sunday 9 a. m. StationWDVII. Arthur Melton and sister of
Challenge To Every Christianwas Waldo visited their grandparents, \
Sunday School 10 a.m. \
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town contained in the missionary Morning Service 11 a.m. I ZIPPER Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willis, recently. -is ON GIVING. i
message brought to the Gospel BINDERS, .
Evening Service 7:30 p.m ..._
Phones Office 234 -Paatorium 130 Tabernacle congregation Sunday Prayer Meetings Wednesday $1.50. Just the thing for keeping Victor Willis of Nichols was a 4
morning by Arthur Austin of year books and other school supplies weekend guest of his parents, Mr.
night 7:45 pm. Saturday nigW 1
<< $1 0 LAYS AWAY\ ,
Zephyrhills, missionary appointeeto securely. Bradford County land Mrs. Albert Willis.
.; Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. the Philippines. The text was EVERGREEN Telegraph. Mrs. Harvey Starling of Miami -

Psalms 96:10 "Say among the BAPTIST CHURCH I __ __ -... -.. -. .-... TELEVISION SET'WITH
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Uniot 6:-15 P.M. heathen the Lord Reigneth." I I YOUR t
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- I'
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. Saturday night he showed a ling 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: i series of colored slides depictingthe 7:30 AN APPOINTMENT INSTALLATION >
p. m. Preaching p. m. PrayerMeeting I
:-. '.'. .__. '__ _' ._.'..: ._ '. .' : 'f' work of the Christian Radio Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Christmasn [J FOR CHRISTMAS. SEE US NOW WHILE THE In
City Broadcasting Company in Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt. pastor. \ BEST APPOINTMENTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE. 4
Manila of which he is soon to bea I
part. Many thousands are reached l I For
through the medium of broad I Sunday, Dec. 5, the HeilbronBaptist NOW 59.95 J
Speaking! ofSOUTHERN casting in 36 different languages. Church will have dine

Austin showed pictures at the on the grounds after the morning
Tabernacle again Tuesday night sermon The regular meeting ol f: SpECIAL '
COMFORT. and also had appointments at the Ute Bradford Union Singing Con 11" RCA VICTOR
Lake Butler and New River vention will be held during the + 5
Churches while in this community. afternoon.
f .J.JK
Mark's Episcopal
--:;' fz.., ,? St. 20 GALLON AUTOMATIC K ,

-.:fJ f I Rev. Raymond E. JlacBUln '
'.:! g COLEMAN } !
I Services at St. Mark's Episcopal >
s I
1 Church will be as follows:

,, Sunday: 9:45 a.m. -- Church. __ I HOT WATER HEATER ,
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 K ,

i&h p.m.Wednesday- Y. P.:S.7:30 L. p.m. Litany :.ar ON SALE K ,

and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir

Practice. 9
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday r
h 3rd Sunday, 7:30 IFOR i5iii;: I
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ADVENTIST CHURCH ,[ : g _i- ...... ,
PrIIJ I I Services each Sabbath in old E. JOHNS & SO?; ONLYfl '"" r .,;.. ,__t' :...

Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sab: about this question g g fJ _; j _:
bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach I \) \ d
second and fourth Sabbaths We were paid only $10,000: I [J 17-inch Glendale consolette cabinet finished in Q
You'll have it, day and night, night and day, all through 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor., the $15,000 fire loss on ou rgr: I n shaded auburn. d

1J the year, if you insulate with Tensulate quality insula Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m., commercial building. The ad jfI (J 1. Improved "Magic Monitor" circuit system screens n.

1 J tion. Everyone welcome. juster said that, under ou] ,* Limited Number ;; ) out static steps up power automatically! 11J

choose the 90'v coinsurance clause, wi e 2. Improved "Deep Image" picture tube for finer, {\
We'll chetk your ceiling and help you right (
type for your home show you how to install it I failed to increase our insurance : g On Hand n lifelike, deep-image pictures.
the in 3. New increases sound
as building long-distance reception
yourself (easiest thing in the world). MONUMENTSLOWEST I
I reased in value. Are mos t f* Wholesale w I<< sensitivity. ,
Stop in today. Learn how easily and at what modest I buildings under-insured toda Buy 4. New automatic UHF-VHF tuner (Optional at

cost you can insulate your home. No obligation. PRICES I j due to inflation? f << extra cost)! ,
FINEST QUALITY I I -_ While They Last 5. New wider range cabinets more styles than

I l Our Insulation is Analysis FREETARK&and Advice ,I STARKE For No Setting Extra In Charge Or Near I I Charley E. Johns f ff. Plenty Of Hot Water At All Times J ever CHAS.! C.f. SHEPHERD J Ji'


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Crusade American Cancer Society has a for patients not hospitalized but Post 56 Cancels Recent BirthsMr. ..tIN T. Appear. the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
Cancer Strikes
threefold of research, receiving treatment. One-Day To: Sue Petrow. whose residence or before the S day of January
program and address is: Z31 K 96th Street 1954: otherwise the allegation of
Workers Meet education, and service to patient. Examination and x-ray every six Christmas PartyDue and Mrs. H. C. Crews, form- New York New York said Complaint will H taken.. C9S.

Sixty per cent of its funds are I months is recommended for people Still Continue erly of Lawtey, announce the birthof You are hereby notified that a teased by Ton.
suit for notice hall! be published
conflictsand This
to a number of
pent for education of the public 45 years of age and over as a a second son, Donald, in Clear- Divorce custody control and once each weJt for four consecutive:
Volunteer workers for the forthcoming concerning the symptoms and early safeguard. At present there is On School JobsPickets the fact that so many mem- water. The child's grandparentsare support 01 minor child weeks In the Bradford County Tele

Cancer Crusade met in the detection of cancer. more cancer in males, Mrs. Franz appeared at the site of bers activities are ,busy the with annual other Christmas holiday Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews of has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and tht graph.Dated this 1 day of Dee, 1854.

courthouse Wednesday of last week! Forty per cent of the funds I said, possibly due to the high incidence Bradford County's school construction and dinner of American State Farm. you are required to serve a copy of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
raised locally each to the of lung cancer party your answer or pleading to the complaint Clerk of the: Circuit CourtBy
go t
year among
to see a film, "Man Alive," and for one day. This week's Legion Post 56 will not be held Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Webb of on the Plaintiffs Attorney Marian L. Crosby Depnty Clerk
national organization, while 60 per heavy smokers. T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. 1% 'J U 1(21
hear Mrs. Anne Franz, field representative picketing marks the fourth time this year, it was announced yesterday Starke announce the birth of a : and file the
cent goes to the State of Florida original in the office of -
"Cancer strikes in five while
one for short strikes on the school jobs.
and Dr. A. Y. Covington, Unit. Money is returned to the by the committee in charge. son, Edgar Earl Webb, weighingfour 'I
lung cancer strikes one in four, The school construction and the
i The membership was polled by pounds. The boy was born on
health officer discuss counties basis.
county on a project
Mrs. Franz said. Naval Red Grapefruit
.. carpenters and brickmasons appearto and Oranges -
the Mrs. said Adjutant Harry Hatcher a .Dec. 2 at the Doctor's Clinic Hoe
phases of cancer program. Franz there are 19
Dr. Covington reported thai be caught in the middle of a of those replying Indicated
Mrs. Franz pointed out that the tumor clinics in Florida and patients majority pital. ;
there were 25 admissions to tumoi "hot and cold" war between the they could not attend the I $2.00
from Bradford County
are clinics from this county through electrician's union and Jim Hope event which had been scheduledfor I
sent to the two clinics in Jack. la rirrolt Court. Bradford Couat,. I JUICE ORANGES $1.50 PER BUSHEL
October in 1954, as compared with Electric Co. of Gainesville. Hopeis December 14, the regular .
Florida la Chancery.Mary
sonville. Patients receive kind and l
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S 17 admissions in 1953. There were the electrical sub-contractor on meeting night. Consequently, 1 H. Fredrickson I'lalntlff.'S.. Christmas Gift Baskets Shipped Anwhere -
courteous and excellent
care treat- 10 cancer deaths among Bradford the school jobs, and he employs plans for the affair were called off.:(Carl E. Fredrickson, Defendant.Case .
ment. They are placed in No. 19-781
I County residents through October non-union electricians. The regular Legion meeting will Order Of Publication And Notice To VISITORS WELCOME
wards, and
JUST ONE doctors' services in 1954, as compared with 12 Pickets have also appeared at be held as usual. Appears Mate Of Florida Tot

i are given free. Clinics furnish!I deaths in 1953. other jobs where Hope has the dence Carl and E. Fredrickson address is Unknown.whose resi- BAY SHORE GROVES

FRIGIDAIREMade transportation and room and board The meeting was presided over electrical contract. The pickets ,Band Parents Meet (January You are:3, 1955.required in the to above appear nam-on Located 1-2 'Mi.I West of Melrose Post Office

only by General by Mrs. Pauline Torode, count) average one day a week at each I II led Court and cause, wherein plaintIff l On Gainesville Highway

Motors Corp. All other W. C. T. U. tnairnian of the Cancer Crusade. job, and their mission appears to A meeting of the Band Parents seeks divorce. f

Electric Refrigerators are .be harassing general contractorsto Association will be held Monday I publish Bra.dloraOU8ty this :Order telegraph in next shall four

made by other companiesand YOU CAN FINISH OFF YOUR Christmas PartyThe the point that they will refuse to night, Dec. 13, at 7:30: o'clock in weekly Issues.
contract with the school library. All band Witness my hand and official seal
Hope on future
cannot use the word CAR WITH EITHER OF TWO jobs. at Starke Florida, this November
Fricidaire. THINGS LACQUER OR Bradford County Junior The electricians say their aim is parents are requested to attend. I 26, 1954. i WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEGet
to force Hope into the lOFFlOlAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
LIQUOR Chamber of Commerce met last paying I As Clerk of said Court
(NATIONAL VOICE.) night to iron out final arrange- prevailing wage, but Hope con Cub Scouts Form I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Set For the Better Fall
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE tends that .they are trying to force. Martin J. Pearl. 284 Smith Building Now
ments for its Christmas party to I For Parade Friday (Jacksonville 2, Florida. Programs Coming on 5Jj'/
? ? be held on Dec. 23. him to employ union electricians.The Attvs. for Plf. 12. J 4t 12 :24

TURKEYSAlive The Jaycees plan a party for aim of the one-day strike:: I| The Cub Scouts will meet at t'

THEN SEE Young about 150 Bradford County chil- appears to be to harass the jobs: I the north side of the high school] 1
without causing'undue OTICE TO l'rl'an t
or Oven-Ready I dren. Committee reports were hardship on l i at 1:15 p.m. today to form for the: fa Circuit Court Bradford County y i RADIO

E. H. SMITHTenth Phone MU-44221 heard on the toys, transportation, the carpenters and brickmasons 01' i, parade. The Cubs and Den Moth. Flarldai la Cfcaaeery. '.
without John retro, Plaintiff vs. Sue Pet-
Farm and location of the party. completely shutting down 1 Ers are icquested to be in uniform. 'row Defendant Case No. 10-784 AND
Opal's Turkey construction.
The Jaycees are'raising funds I __ _
and Temple Are. Florahome, Fla. for the party through the sale of I -- : <_'i : __' _,._' .- :._ ': ::- !: :: --.:_ :::: :; ::.::"; TELEVISIONSales

Starke, Fla. fruit cakes. First Woman Pours

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m modern woman makes new 17-inch TVMahogany I 175.35 and Service

strides every day in invading fields ,
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CHILDRENS 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
Another big step was taken this

week when Mrs. Glen
t "Scooty" >-

Says"t Duke became the first woman in ---

FOUNTAIN" PENMAKE recorded"moonshine"' officially Bradford whiskey.destroy County confiscated historyto CAPS Sell I It; Rent It Trade It

Mrs. Duke who works the
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sheriff's office, led a party of five \WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

ESTER BROOK men who assisted in pouring 150,

gallons of non-tax whiskey down 1.00 Value Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
the sewer in front of the Bradford

CHRISTMAS Tk q County courthouse.The C !9 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION - 5*

tGIVE "party" was made possible 1 Limit EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
through the efforts of Deputy
Sheriff Fate Brown who ran downa Winter Styles

soh heavily laden Buick
I night on U. S. 301 south of Starke.
HIM Brown spotted two cars, one of CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Un
them well loaded, driving south
A DESK PEN THAT vlt' (PMUt WJU,4 through Starke. He gave chase (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

WRITES HIS WAY and stopped the Buick about two CORDUROYLON
0 miles south of Starke. The Buick's New Christmas Sale Portable
,tJtd t Give them a gift they'll appreciate driver bolted from the car and an aUe $75. Cabinet 193 Guaranteed new.
wog e..a 10-Iark MAe ,I.5O DOM A few used at special
prices. 1
0a ea every day in the disappeared into nearby woods. Also :SSr: :SOc, 75r: P1J 0, 9IJSO, '2M G. Hemingway Repair Shop*
iov t w44 year. Give them an Ester. The car bore an Orlando license Each and t'pBF.VKUKHK Thompson St Starke 2tp ifijFOR

brook Fountain Penwiththe plate and is registered in the name CIESS GtRDKX M'KSKRY AZALEA I

T s specific point made to of Earl E. Petty of Orlando. Deputy I Pauline Karle C IUa. Fla.I:I
P. O. Hot 1UH.
GLASS kk match their kind of writing. Brown confiscated the whiskey and I i i ii SALEMODERN
the after an unsuccessful
car I
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fU4 SIT t 5tj4 search for the driver. I ,
Disk win tow 1Asa. Lost Thursday 2 AND S BEDROOM
DwtgromL /

Bradford Hi-Y Plans One Chestnut horse with I Homes
1.00 Value
I white star on forehead, In
Hayride And PartyThe C : weighs 850 pounds. Black I

Bradford High I Hi-Y Club 1 Limit mane and tail. W. T. To I PINEHAVENSubDivision

: held their regular meeting Tues- rode Jr.
day at the home of Dr. C. J. 1st Quality In Starke

/ 'UH 511.E-4 acres open, fertile .
POInIl1Datud1ID.e&bIa Houpt. The club made plans for a
An land b45 ft. frontage on Highway
,iDtlWob Christmas Party which will includo :101 4 miles north of Starke. Fiver Low Down Payment
r.a,w.bU. points Only Pen and mntcbiagahowa. a hayride and a party at the USO ",on house, garage, barn poultry With F.H.A. '
mots pouU Financing
) buns22 10 Japanese persimmons
., ,.f p .J.-Pencil iho"n Building. LAYAWAY NOW FOR XMASWe T plum trees. Rt. I, Hoi .
/ i .. $5.00 TThe club will go caroling and 24. Lawtey. "P
Two Bedrooms
distribute Christmas baskets whileon AS CLERK in retail $7,000.00
ffvN gid'polsf -:: Other combination SALES LADY Three Bedrooms
rl the hayride. The Hi-Y also store Oood character, neat pleasant 8000.00
lot 1k. wq COMPLETE. PEN M sets to $8.00 personality essential. Age I S
SHOWN plans to put a nativity scene in Exchange up to 40 years. Salary well above ,
Irgywrit. front of the school their to capable person. Location
PeinH match writ In high as avenge Investigate Before You
.>y1Vm6u, to every ) Starke. Trans.por'aOlln -
? 51 ) We Refund t.mllf'!!
12 Christmas project this year. Give qualifl- Purchase Your New
\. i ilyle, every writing |lab.Oth.t nec *!Yry.
The Hi-Y also voted to changeits ..itiiinand phone number ad- Home
Stylet' To ".I' We Satisfy dre-, ,* .uid box Write II. D., %
There's An Esterbrook meeting night to Monday because Bradford f'ounty Telegraph. .
Fried limn I n cI u d. F. !.Tu of basketball games on ZtchK 12/16

Pen for Every Member 11m Tuesday.The RADIOS REPAIRED For Complete Information See

boys and club sweethearts 147 W.
Of The I All Make All Medalsaeaweable Joseph D.
Family Warren
who attended the state Hi-Y convention Fla.Starks. .Ia.rae. auaraateed
made a report on the tripto CHAS. C. SIIEPHERDrea WARREN CONST. CO.
w. Call St. Clarke Pfc. tag

ALSO MATCHED PEN AND PENCIL SETSA Sarasota the club.Friday The morning group left and for ic P. 0 Box 787 Tele. 413-W

turned Sunday night. | .- ,- .. Electric Motors Starke, Fla.
The next Hi-Y meeting wHl be ] --, - .. -- .. -.- '. <- I
Complete Selection Of Point Styles and Colors at the devoted to dance instruction foi'' REWOUND AND

the Hi-Y Club and the Little!iWomen's SERVICEDSmall j SO ACRES improved pasture lit
the Build-' "1 bearing pecan trees. 2 dwellings
Club at USO J

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ing. The groups are brushing up,! We Invite You ) Appliance Repair supply numerous plentiful out building with auto,, water elec.

on their dancing for the Christ- f 7 General Machine Work K.2pBox, : %51.,Starke. Write(Ers f C ord LeUck.Co)

mas holidays. ) tfchgLF7T
I To Inspect 1 All Work Guaranteed J. D. ODO, JR. .

4 4I i b ) Reasonable Rates I CATTLE BA1IDLB AND TOrR HOG
I 4F I 'ALE _
I ? Live Oak
W.tI.H4Iay t
bt I OUR SPECIAL Gal--.me Each Frt.tap

I i FOR SAU3-g. acre farm with mod.
t i HOLIDAY OFFERINGS j ELECTRIC & MACHINE ern house, s. mile North .r Law-
F .
-. SHOP tey on U. 301. within mil/ of
Hnmpbreye New Highland Pia lit.
IN See owner W. R. Strickland. fch,

F. W. GRAUDON _. --.. ., .' .. .
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F 106 Washington SU-Phone 397 FILL DIRT
II j '
Highly Artistic ) Starke Fla

i FOR SALE-New I x I s 1C Concrete FOR SALE

block, lie. Cement $1.40 per DIRT
1 1IK bag. Mortar Mix 11.25 per bag ,
GIFTS FOR MEN Bradford Enginerlng Co., phone 308-J
r g 1j J< Starke. tf

I r 40 + FOR RENT-UnfurnIshed house. In.b I Starke, Fla.

<< quire at Bus Station U '_ _' ..>_-A__. .___ I_ ._ _.. ,
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Is FOR SALE FOR RF.'JT-Tbree room. nlcely
1 1 STARKE ICE CO. tf furnished electric ktt hen. Duo.

,. 1xw WEAR A SPIRKIiA for health Therm or couple heater.only. fIddle Also Apt.ace No.WIT 1.
1' I style and comfort. A demonstra three rooms nicely tarnished,
r ;: tion in your home without obligation pace heater, electric kltchea
..J... I Call Mrs. Malpaurs, 1-2151. Adults onl,. Mrs. L. M Clark

v./ j 1L'. -->.: g WE SOLICIT INQUIRIES FROM BUSINESS 1 h, I Waldo. :Stp .%/10 Take It It left now road beIng at paved Call St.Beat bridge

FOR SALE-Young to my sign. Rt. 1, .
1' I IBibI' _
fI Box
1 and Hens at farm. Weights 12 z'c
AND INDI tfthg
t 4 F \ I 1 and up. OPALS TURKEY __ ..
1 VIDUAL REQUIREMENTS Florahome. Fla.. Phone WILL SELL to responsible party attractive '
Lti { i l1' MI'-4-41. new FO bur ban home with
!. all convenience. }
,B : on large lot
i FOR RENT-Three room furnished Small down payment no closing

4 o tI I !I.Efficient and Helpful Service I. culture bedroom at living KVrrsley room LaM, kitchen One cost Mrs. w. H. Noll man. Starke. :.
Itl 1 electric equipped and bath. Apply w ,
I by letter Box 823-B Bradford '
& I g County Telegraph. 2tp 12/17 AVON Specials: REPRESENTATIVE see Mm. C M. Kufcn- For P .

( GIVE THE MAN ON YOUR LIST HOI'SE FOR SALE Pargain Fir O. Box MS, Starke. Fla 4tp 12/24 t.

F room, bath. screened front and
I K A GIFT HE'LL ENJOY (\ I, back porchen. Frame. Partly FOR III.1 RE."T-Larc. unfurnished "t
d furnished. G. S. Newrome.: StarkeMftior house, mile west of city Electric
Cnurt. Up pump. Also furnlnhedbedroom
f apartment on Madison St W. It :
I' Come In Today {\ A--rED-To Buy-Household furniture .Vollman 201 W. Madison. tithe ,
d and yard or lawn tools.
Phone 2SZ-J: Up FOR RENT-Two bedroom unfurnished :
house with belting and
f1 BIO STEADY EARNINGS for man automatic hot water .y tem. Also ,-
Ii or woman. Distribute Nationally two bedroom furnished hones. 1
Advertised WatkIns Products In Ask for George at Coney Island t
On 100 Starke. No experience or InrentTient AptK.! Apt. No. 2. 16th and
needed. Are no barrier. Church St*. After 11 ..m.
Ea y to establish year 'r"tindbnsl'nesr.
.. I 11 Miles From Starke Enroute To Lake Butler full or part time. Write LOST TJttRSDAVlInt Chestnut.
Mr P R. Ruble D-pt. D-'. Th. horse with white mar on forehead
STEWAJIT, JORDAN & CO. .1 R \Vatkine '"".>.. Memphis w"lgh" 850 Ih-i Pla.-k ir.r.ae and
o. T*nn. Up I tall W. E. Torode. Jr Itcbg



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