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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 17, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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Have Breath
Really Whiskey Official County Publication Established In 1879

I The rains came and the Court, awaiting the heralded ar
VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1954 NUMBER TWEXTYTimEfcCity
smell went. rival of St. Nick. Just as the

A welcome downpour :Monday jolly old fellow rounded the court- I I,

brought refreshing relief to a house square a gust of wind !
five-day "hangover" at the cornerof spread the whiskey fumes like a Council Has 1t I Sale Of Bonds I

Court and Call streets after ,blanket over the crowd. Starker
attaches of the sheriff's office One little tyke, gasping for

poured 150 gallons of Baker Coun breath, was heard to chirp: "Why, :' Two MeetingsOn I: AssuresVork\
ty champagne (better known as Mama Santa Claus smells just

moonshine) into the sewer.. like daddy!" I t

For five days after the pouring I Something new had definitelybeen Power Needs !On County Roads

there was "nary a drop" of rain added to the Christmas Pa- it. .
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to wash the white lightning away I rade Santa Claus with a whiskey f't

so it lingered in its underground : breath! As icy blasts or frosty air kept : Bradford County's cast: second-

lair, wafting dizzying fumes up in I But the complaints of home hundreds of heaters in Starke !ary roaJ program received some
of Com- folks mild to those from
front of the Chamber were working overtime, the City Council "after Jan. 4" security this week
merce building during a long, em- misdirected strangers who wandered held two special meetings this '!when the county's million dollar
weekend. happily into the Guidon Grill, :
barrassing week in hopes of supplying ample bond issue sold at 2.SS per cent
Mrs. Marian Howe C of C ex- tricked by their noses into think- i
power for next summer's air con- nterest Hollis V. Knight, county
ecutive secretary, had to confess, ing it was a bar. Proprietor 'I
ditioning. attorney, said the sale of the bonds
however, that the acrid odor George Kopelousos said that sev-
Doth meetings were devoted to would guarantee sufficient funds
actually "pumped up" business at eral persons came in during the : ,
the of sales talks about for all secondary roads
re-telling now
the Chamber of Commerce officeas weekend for drinks, and one indig- I se'4;.
power generators; and as usual, j far scheduled.
scores of curious tourists askedbarrels" nant tourist even remarked:
all decisions were postponed until I I Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns
the "You to tell
of questions about mean me that a I
smell place that smells like a brewery next week. But there appears to I I will sign the bonds in New York on
be a new, promising air in the I i Jet' :30 and will deliver them to
"Some seemed a little disappointed doesn't even sell beer? i
Council's manner, and prospectsare ,. the Stae Road Dept. on Dec. 31.
when I told them the stuff had Sheriff P. D. Reddish, always ,
already been poured out," Mrs. 'eager to oblige, says that he will good that the whole power .ommissioners Jessie R. Chastain
plant question be settled in : M O. Harrell L. L. Renfro, Rep.
Howe said. "They looked at me gladly change the site of future may I
kind of doubtful when I told them "pouring parties" to avoid such the near future. I Doyle Conner, and Knight attendee, '

this was a dry town." complaints if the public desires. The choice appears to be narrow-; the sale.

Some Callstreeters with a sense He said that the law requires two ing down between two or three I I I'L The Commissioners appeared

of humor got a few good ,chuckles witnesses to be on hand when prospects. If the Council chooses l pleased at the interest rate since

from the ,situation, but others shine is destroyed and that law new engines, they will probably 'the last bonds of a similar issue

especially mothers with tiny tots enforcement officials usually purchase Fairbanks-Morse 900 old for as high as 3.25 per cent

at the Santa Claus parade last Friday choose the most public spot pos- k.w. engines at approximately ,interest.

afternoon were indignant. sible in order to wipe out any 120.000 installed. If the Council I Roads specified in the Commis-

Thft holiday throngs were banked rumors that the whiskey was not buys used equipment, they wiL j sioners request for the bond issue

deep at the corner of Call and actually destroyed ether: buy from New Bern, N. C., : t.l. were:

or from one of two dealers in used 11; A road from the Alachua


True Or False' Speaker Talks 'I equipment.The City of New Bern offered to f Ij<' County 2)> A road line to from Hampton.SR 227 to Sampon -

cell Starke its entire power plant City. (South half of Sampson

On Child LaborMrs. for $200.000 this week, but Stark I ,'it:} loop)

Show Held Tonight I would bid no higher than $150,000. 3i, Untf>s Loop road on SR ipo

Sibyl Griffin State Child Some officials voiced hopes that youth of Starke.

Labor Consultant with the Child New Eem would eventually comedown 4)) Road from Alachua County

Starke residents will get a Labor Department of the Florida to the Starke price. line to Graham.
The New Bern plant consists ot :| 5)) Road 235 near Heilbronn
chance to match their minds, and Industrial Commission, was guestspeaker
their luck, against "True or at the regular monthly five 1000 k.w. engines and a host i Springs from end of pavement to

False" questions of Tom :Moore, luncheon meeting of the Bradford of spare parts that totalled ,. SR 229.
well-known radio performer, at County Children's Committee held originally over 700000. The For Each I 6)) SR 229 to SR 16 near Heil-

the USO building tonight at 8:30: in the Methodist recreation build capacity of the plant would greatly To Bring bronn Springs Church.

ing Tuesday.Mrs. exceed Starke's present needs, s 1 7)) Streets in Lawtey.

p.m.Correct answers will bring big Griffin touched briefly:: on but the additional power might Girl and 8)) New Hope Church road.

dividends to the participants. The provisions of the child labor law, serve as an inducement! to attract i Christmas ioL Boy: 9)) Streets in Starke.

True or False prizes include cash but spent most of her time describing new industry. The cost of transporting & j ':' : ,.: ":;: I 10)) Edward's Loop road In South

awards to every person who ap- I. problems in connection with I housing, and installing 4i \\ l I Starke.
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pears on the show, plus a giant I children of migrant workers in .these engines would probably cost 'r.. .' '- -; ', 11)) Crystal Lake road to SR
merchandise Jackpot to those who 'Florida. an additional $150,000 or more -" > ,. .- ,'! -':. 100

qualify and answer the jackpot 'I The Council could also 12) and 13)) Two short roads
She said that although these pur
S.U"T.ClAt's HAD A BUSY DAY in Starke when he
Friday arrived -
., from
includes ER 100
tlons Each
qu( Jackpot workers with chase second hand generators from near Theressa.
move the seasons
1 up here for the Chamber of Commerce Christmas Santa is
parade.
,
such desirable items as refrigerators .and down the Eastern Seaboard I two dealers at a cost ranging from Starke Elks Lions Churches
ranges, sewing machines, and .they are more the responsibility of 551.000 to $75,000 per unit. These 'pictured in the upper left at the Lacy Conway airport after being 'Safe

similar nationally known mer- Florida because they spend more units would also have to be in- flown to Starke by Conway. In the upper left Santa rides in the I Driving'Day

chandise. I time in this state than any other. stalled. parade with several helpers tossing candy to the crowd. Mrs. Jessie I I And Welfare Board Fill BasketsThe Is Success

Moore is bringing his nationally She said that living conditions The Council has debated the Young's class portrays the "Old Women in the Shoe," and the Junior I ,

known broadcasting show to among many of these workers in power situation for approximatelyone Women's Club wrapped a big package for the annual parade In the Starke Elks and Lions who are determined to play Santa

Starke for the first time. It is the Everglades area of Florida are year, and this week's special lower picture Santa hears the wishes of Gerry Mooty and Betsy Matthews I Clubs, in cooperation with the Claus to Gov. Johns by taking up Sheriff P. D. Reddish and State

heard each Saturday night and is ndescribaby: bad. Such surround meetings reflects the desire to as he tours Call St. following the parade. Rotary Club, Ministerial Alliance!; collection among themselves to Highway Trooper Carlos Musgrove

Using supported Commission.by the Florida Moore is Adver cred- ings create a bud envh-oment for finally eU;e-the matter. -PolaroidIMIuuU rfcvp bf the Telegraph. I Welfare Board and other civic (be used for a combination Chris report a clean slate for Bradford

ited with selling Americansand children and give rise to many P When the power plant question t rgcotips will again bring rjier tOjWas; New Year's, and ITomec om; ounty's drivers on Safe Driving

Canadians on many the advantageof problems Mrs. Griffin said. is settled, the Councilmen can turnto I the needy families of Starke and Ing present to be presented to him I Day. The county went 24 hours

living and vacationing in Flor The speaker pointed out, however what other city improvements Somebody i Bradford County with the distri- ,and Mrs. Johns on Jan. 5 when Wednesday without a reported
that these workers actually d:will b:! incorporated in an anticipated Setzer's Market button: of more than 100 Christmas they return to Starke. accident to do its share in keeping
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ida.Moore's rerformance here is .play an important part in Florida's I bond issue. The group has Remembered I baskets. 1 I' Heading the fund-raising!! co m- fpwn the nation's! death and accident -

open to the public and contestants:'j economy and deserve some utter already voted to return city ad Preparations are now being'roifcee: for the Elks is Phil Vitsky, i" rate. ;

for the show will be picked from t'cn' to their needs and problems. volrem property taxes begins Opens Monday I made: to deliver the bulging bushel organizer of Elks lodges for the First reports on a national level(

the audience before the show. In time of peak harvest many ning Jan. 1, but it has taken no' baskets of food and toys to f am-State Elks Association, who was i indicate that
r. 11 Safe Driving
Every person attending the show ,would rot in the fields if it wentnt action on the millage rate. Setzer's new Supermarket will ,ilies on the list on December 23 presented with an honorary life was Day
generally a success,
has the same opportunity of be- I': for the labor provided by mi- 'I Another City headache! was relieved open up Monday at 9 a.m. with when all organizations participat- membership by the local lodge 'I it failed to attain its although
ing selected to appear on the national grant workers. Mrs. Griffin said. I slightly: when the first occupants saving specials, free groceries, at1 I ing will meet at the Elks lodge on last year in recognition of his I traffic deaths. goal of no

radio program and of taking!|i The meeting was presided over" began moving into Sara aro free television set, and two,Temple Avenue at 10 a.m. for the service and charitable:: activities I

home a valuable assortment of ,by the president. Rev. W. S. Mc- toga Heights subdivision. Joseph ,, ou cles. I purpose of checking names and over the past 55 years. A total of 26 Bradford County

prizes. !Aliley. I n Warren told the Council thi. Sdney F. Burris, manager ofStarke's addresses and to assist in passing I j Serving as co-chairman of the I accidents have been investigated .
I out bags of mixed fruit, candy fund-raising committee by Trooper Musgrove In the past
is
week that his Pinehaven subdivi- market said the new Robert
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don sewer and water systems are e sy store will have four times his I,and nuts to the children who are G. Green, Exalted Ruler of the I months. Musgrove reports
Talent At Guard three
Display Party at'Elks deaths and 32 suf-
attracted persons
'''HI i i i'-te. and some of his houses present capacity and will have a ?i usually and assemble Hugh Ingram of the Starke, '
may be occupied by next week.Mayor's much larger variety than his''I the Elks headquarters. +.Lions Club, and Rev. W. S. Melt 1 il"fpi-'ng'ents. injuries in highway arci-
4 :present store. is expected that several uni- ,Aliler. past president of the :Min- Property damage amounted
I formed Santas will participate in ,setial Alliance. The executive ,to approximately $22,450.
Burris
said the new store wili .
;_ l(addition to The deaths were )frs. Olaftapleton
Court Acting Governor committee of fund raising is corn- '
have the newest model ,'
b Speedec !
,' !Charley E. Johns, who is a charter posed of J. D. Doyle Inman Green who died September It
t.e Shows HolidayRush' ,,,p Tesh checkout meat counters, self-service('!member of the local Elks, a past 'J. R. Wainwright Billy Noegel, s'n from injuries suffered in a head-
cases, new flourescent
: ."'" Exalted Ruler, and an honorary i' Simmons, George Kopelo'isos, collision near U. S. 301 on the
Of Crimes I I lighting,
| "- I a complete houseware !
member of the Board of Trus. 'Irvin Robbins J. Hampton cutoff, and Milton Cum-
R. Davein
ees
Kelly,
; ,* a"M .,:A w6w ,..-.w..... ,.Z :'' -lept, sundries dept., and a new .} bus
I' ,I. connection with the Harry- Simpson and Gene Long secreAnna and his son, Milton Jr., who
A seasonal "rush" of minor j I Tirst in Starke a complete' Crippled Children's Home at tary.UmatiUa. died instantly where their car

.nines was reflected this week as i Was that somebody YOU? I.dietetic dept. featuring nonsugar.11nonsalt I Johns is also a charter! Persons to 'ur!'ed over on the Starke-Lake

i2 awes were on the docket forMavor I Would you say that it is important and other dietetic foods. ;member of the Lions and has in this project wishing do lend a hand Butler road in July.
may so by con-
J. R. Wainwright. :Most of He said the
new store will !
that every child be prop- em- ,helped deliver the Christmas bask- ;tactingmembers Musgrove accidents
of reported
the
above
involving
{,:e cases involved fighting or in- ploy from six to '! -
I., eight more employees 'ets to needy families for the
erly fed and clothed this Christmas I past committee. Checks can be made six vehicles in June sUn
(oxu-ation than the present store. :five
I Melvin Henley was sentenced to season? And wouldn't you like to years. !payable to the Elks-Lions Christ- July, eight! in August. JO in
I The treasurer of the Elks, in mas Fund and mailed to box 7 September, nine in October
and li
20 days for intoxication and carrying know that they had somethingextra Starke Elementary I makin his
I ? report to the commitStarke., Fla. Cash and tons can :n November. Five
a concealed weapon. Henley to make them happy just tee, stated that persons were
Presents MusicalA pennies, nickels, he delivered to member, 'njtired in June
served part of the time for five I dimes, any or eight in July, twon
P because it is Christmas? quarters and stamps are phone Starke 13"
for
further in- August. 10 in September, nine
days that he owes the City for running I being
off from a previous sentence. YOU can help to bring this delightful program of Christ- received from te a-a:;ers formation I t- mas music was presented at the
.,l Henley was found with a pistoln about for the many youngsters r.tarke
Elementary School
his possession which he said he .iow under the care of the Child PTA
planned to use in the hunting of I ,en's Home Society of Florida meeting Tuesday night by mem-
bers of the fifth and sixth
squirrels Mayor Wainwright advised ( a our Receiving Homes and board- grade,

him that he'd probably shoot .ng homes over the State. There horus. The T_
I I Members of the chorus, ,
The trio of Bobbe Bastado, Lynell Dodd, nd Carolyn Crews was more squirrels and get in less s no getting around the fact that white wearing v
and red ties
capes ,
featured in the entertainment at the Starke National Guards Christmas trouble if he used a shotgun rather I t means something to most of us were
;grouped behind:
party Monday night. :han a pistol. I|t tJ see child i en happy at Christmas. an effective tableau Season'Kings'
y. depicting the
Leon Thomas forfeited a $50 YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS of manger scene. ,
/ bond for intoxication and resist- money and other gifts will help. (I.Figures in the tableau were Mary,

Troops Enjoy ling arrest. Joe Burton negro, was To these children who have known portrayed by Donna r rI
I
$& ?[given five-day suspended sentence sorrow and separation and loss, Joseph by Wayne Trawick'i For
Annual PartyStarke's for an alleged fight in a juke any evidence of loving kindness I Angel by Olivia Goodman. Billy I
r I Dockstader read the Christmas I
joint No witnesses to the fight deal. n
means a great The glow of I
National Guard unit r appeared in court. happiness on their faces would j story: from St. Luke and songs b j 'Angels'y
t'4.r Three other persons paid $25 i the chorus were interspersed at :
ended its weekly drills for the year bring a responding glow in your
;. for fighting, three more paid $25 effective intervals. i
heart. They need the YOU
: help
r
dinner
with a and
turkey a special
I The
for intoxication, and two paid $25 piano accompaniment was :
an give. Please send giftsto
musical program Monday night at for traffic offenses. the Children's Home your Society of played by: Mary Wainwright, while i And

I the American Legion hall. ]I i Florida, 3027 San Diego Road the bells, used in two numbers, j

The evening began with an NCO i; (mailing! address: P. O. Box 5722)), were played by Patricia Peilum. !
Party at the Starke armory The Jaycees Raise $250 ;;Jacksonville 7, Fla. Members of the chorus, which
unit then assembled and exchanged i h directed by Mrs. Ralph Knight ,
For Children's
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_
gifts before proceeding to the Party i ii are: Gayle Andrews, Anita Alvarez .
I IE. L. Matthews
.
dinner. i Dennis Batten Nathan, '
The Bradford County Junior Beck, Geraldine Blount, Roberta ..
The program for the eveningwas I(Named Red Cross I -; ; < '- ::< "
furnished by several Bradford i hnmber of Commerce will spend i iI I' Green. Glinda Brown, Joyce'!: Pictured above is a scene from the Christmas playlet presented by -

I ->250: on refreshments and toys for!i I'County Chairman I Bryant Arthur Clark, Diana Col- the kindergarten pupils of Mrs. C. H. Priest in the Catholic Center

High students. Sylvia Paulk. sang i ts Christmas Party next week. | son, Betty Ann Conner, Linda Cox. I last Friday night The cast was as follows: Cary Smith Three Churches Plan
"The Birth of the Blues" Frankie cb j The club raised the funds through i i'he !! E. L. Matthews was elected i Kay Dennis, Bill Dockstader as Joseph;
'II I Donna
Fatray
as Mary Shepherds Duane
; Jordan Dale and
Crosby
and Johnnie," and other numbers 1 i sale of fruit cakes during the ''hairman of the Bradford County |Richard Dugger Donna Faxon. Union Christmas Eve
Chapter, American Red Cross, at Wayne Blankenship; Angels Cheryl StadsUU, Betsy Matthews,
to the holiday : I J. P. Fntch Bill Green, Kay Hart
season.
acclaim of the
roaring I j ji I the annual meeting held :Monday I Gerry Mooty, Nell Crews, Janelia Pollard, Jackie nines and Suzanne ,Communion Services
Guardsmen. snow STEALER at theGuard's i Jack Detw oiler, Jaycee president : (Marilyn Hernwall Patty Hodge
I night i in the chapter headquarters. ]Ford; Archangel Harry Hatcher; Kings Harris David
JoAnn Smith demonstrated dif : party was Sylvia Paulk and horiginal er r said he wished to thank all those1' I Wiley Hodee, Bobby Gary Silcoz II''
II' Officers re-elected at this time and Richard McCarthy; Adoring Children Melody May, Linda I I The Christian Methodist, and
Sandra
ferent twirling and styling of several popular arsons who purchased fruit cake Jernigan Hutch1nso1.l :
techniques explained -
M. W. Cressler, vice chair
were .Smith. Alice Smith and FraacJne HillendahL Mrs. Churches will hold acombined
to the how twirlers !numbers. 'or making the party possible. Larry Linsin, Shirley Ralph Knight IPresbyterian
group Mrs. E. A. Hall,
|!man II
are trained and what skill they I I Tayeee members traveled through-1';,End :Miss Lillian Stump, secretary treasurer.; wayne McRae, Linda McRae.I I played( the piano accompaniment for the Children program. I Christmas Eve Communion -

must master. i tet of Newsome, trumpet; Tom "ut the county this week issuing J. O. Gay, the retiring chapter Robert Judd, Bill North Vernon OJ '!! service at 9 p.m. on FrI-

A trio composed of Lynch Dodd, Long, trombone;; Jack Miller, tenor 'nvltations to over 125 children! for ,chairman, reported that G. T. Hug- Panrenter Buster Partin, Anne I 1 Mrs. R. H. Kelly Judge f, Decorations day Dec. 24 at the First Metholist -

Carolyn Crews, and Bobbe Bastedo -ext Thursday night's party. gins had accepted chairmanship of Matthews, Carolyn Pellum, Patricia Church.
several sax; Wickie Rimert, drums; The party is scheduled from Loudon, Virginia Scott Sally\ Mrs. R. H. Kelly of Melrose will ,,will be awarded to the winners.
Bang numbers Miss Crews he 1955 fund drive.
played piano solo, Johnny; Mack r Carolyn Crews, piano; and Director 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Woman's In her annual report, Mrs HaH Sink, Susan Slade, Frank Starling II be t chairman of the out of town I i The contest is sponsored by the Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Rev.

Newsome played & trumphet solo; : G. A. Rimert, saxaphone, played Club. It will be followed by arleanu stated that the Bradford chapterhad Donna Trawick, CarolynVtckers. :judges who will judge the annual I,I Starke Garden Club, and persons (I Robert D. Sommer, and Rev. W. S.

Miss Bastedo sang "White Christ- several numbers for the party and social for the handled more than 600 cases Linda Wasdin. Leonaro I outdoor I: Christmas i decoration! contest ?i I desiring! to compete may register ,I McAliley, pastors of the three
I
mas;" and an insrumental sex- I j,Guardsmen. Jaycees and their guests. ;,during the past year. I Williams, Eteve Williams, aid I Monday night Dec. 20. Three with Mrs.. Claude Crowson at the :churches, will jointly! officiate ini

Jack Wynn ,cash prizes of $20, $10, and $5 Bradford County Telegraph i the service.






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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY' ftU' IUPB. 8TARK :. FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 17, 18M i i

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I Maintenance Court at Ft Benning, 1 too. I love you. Please fin my stock- ,<
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ga. Dryden has been a member of I LETTERS TO
SERVICE MEN My sister Anne is six years old. ing and bring me lots of toys.
the National Guard for more than
Go to all the other children's
SANTA CLAUSDear She i
OLDtCT FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD five and is employed in the wants a set of cooking utensils -
years houses, too, but if they peek don'tgo.
Maintenance Shop at Camp Bland- cake mix, etc. So if you will j
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f'abU&hed every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke Florid, under I will leave you some cookie
ing. He is the son of Mr. and tring us what we ask for we will and milk
for I will
know you be ;
the Aet of March S, 1879. be
Mrs. Frank W. Dryden of Keystone Santa Claus: real good. Your buddy,
Heights. I'm a little girl 2 1-2 years old :Matt Packham hungry after your long rMe. Your ,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION J Sgt. Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr., son. and I want a record player, a big Hampton. Fla :little friend: !

of Mrs. Margaret \V. Davis and I doll and doll buggy. Please, Santa Dear Betsy Matthews !
Santa
Lewis Smith Jr., son of Mrs. them and 111 be : Starke. :
Williams ot bring a good little Fla.
grandson of T. S.
THE WHEEZE\ IS GONE with Emma Smith of Brooker, was recently girlie. Your little friend, ;" f
Starke, recently left Korea i ::: -' ..
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the 24th Infantry Division, which promoted to corporal while I I Pam Ritch I -< ;JI. _-__ ;i;: _= ;> _. ____-._,-__ _-_- '

has been assigned to Makata, serving with the 7th Infantry Divi- Rt 2, Starke Fla.
BUT THE BAD TASTE LINGERS ON
Japan. A member of the 34th sion in Korea. He entered the I ;
I Regiment's Service Company, Army In March 1953 and Is now It I"JI "
Aspinwall entered the Army in i serving as an automatic riflemanin Dear Santa:
There all kinds of of making Following the of '
are ways a protest one storekeeper : June 1953 and arrived in Korea Co. L of the division's 17th I I'm a bg boy four years old. 1
living but during the past week thf citizens who couldn't take it any longer after two last March. Regiment. He completed basic want a cowboy hat, a set of pistols
of Starke were subjected to one of the shod- days of nerve-racking gasping, the trailer training at Camp Breckenridge ::and holster. :My brother Merle weight
diest and most annoying formulas Jfor gath- moved but only a few hundred feet away Marine Cpl. Wesley R. Andrews, Ky. i years old and wants a cow-
ering in a few fast bucks that it has been still in the heart of the business district.At son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley L. boy hat, a set of pistols and holster
within our experience to witness. its new location it caused one employeeto Andrews and husband of Mrs. '
We don't begrudge anyone tinning an threaten to quit her job if it continued I|I I been Elouise T. Andrews of Starke, has ITS NEW. (ITS DIFFERENT.
honest dollar, but when their method degen- another day, and switchboard operators at promoted to his present; ITS FOR YOUC0&b/ I

erates into a phony display that hoodwinks the telephone office were getting near the I ordnanceman rank while serving with the as First an aviation Marine From where I sit ...ly Joe Marsh EE VoUA4yoRifg .
dimes and dollars from an unsuspecting point of hysteria. !i Aircraft Wing in Korea. He serves!' -i
public, distresses the minds of impressionable We submit that such displays are bad ;.with the "Able Eagles" squadron]
children, and drives adults to the point of enough on the midway at a carnival or a of jet fighter-bombers, a unit of!
distraction that's something else again. county fair, but they are entirely out of Marine Aircraft Group 33. A 1951 I'' !Sir' Guess It's Called i
We refer, of course, to the tawdry:"lady in place in the business district of a town where!I'graduate of Bradford High School, I Ii
the iron lung" trailer, or caravan or what- helpless citizens must be subjected to their I:Andrews entered the Marine Corps .. a Safety "Drive"Whiter UI'.iTgat. '
ever you want to call it, that was parked on nauseating sounds and sights against their i In January 1953. In April 1954,j i I I, !
Call and Walnut Streets for several days last will.We :he was transferred to Korea for' Fisher, from the State From where I sit, it wasn't I
week. Brazenly labeled a "scientific and fully understand and appreciate the; duty. I' Motor Vehicle Department what the sign said, but the way I G S1ZF .
educational exhibit it was phoney enough difficulties that city officials. must undergoin : Pvt. Donald Maxie Reddish son dropped by to discuss some of our it was said. People are usually f/ .' ;:.
at best but when it resorted to a soupedup meeting situations of this kind. There is ''I of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reddish of local traffic problems. pretty understanding if they un- I 1S '.:'
amplified wheezing process (designed to always some new gimmick, some new angle Lawtey, entered the Army last "UpatCenter.Junttion"WhiteJ derstand what you mean.It's the j .. Dec. :G4G71XWS ::
simulate the methodical breathing of a suf- that makes each proposition just a little July and is currently enrolled in lays,"they've got a new sign that same way with differences of At 9:34 ON OUR .* '
fering human being) it became a ; public different from the last. For this reason it is the Infantry Wheeled Vehicle really slows down the traffic goopinion.. Perhaps your neighbor Open t- 'i'f.
10:00
nuisance and should have been dealt with as sometimes hard to apply the same set of Maintenance Court at Ft. Benning, ing through town." prefers a temperate glass of beer, Begins GIANr ;.:.::;:.. .....: .
such. rules and regulations to a new situation. A Ga. This course trains selected "The sign'says, 'At 25 miles in and you would choose buttermilk. Show WAlASaJPE +::.:
Complaints and criticism of the exhibit proposition that might sound reasonableand personnel in all phases of main- hour, you can drive through Cea- What I'd like to see is for all of
ion
were numerous along Call Street during the fair when presented by the proposer tenance of military motor vehiclesin ter Junction in 2Ji minute!' It us to "slow down," talk it out, Adn\ ,S'Cf.f.I
three or four days the populace was sub- often turns out to be something quite dif an infantry unit. Before enlist- slows people down too-some Just and be respectful of our neigh. 2cAduts lQ :.... 2:
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jected to the harrowing ordeal. But as usual, ferent after the license has been issued and ing he was employed as a setupman take it euy to check OR that 2ftminntes bore rights andChildren FOR CROiVIM'UPS, ):':: .':...:..:*./
at McQuay-Norris In St.
most of the citizenry were content to talk the buyer has set himself up in business. I guess. Hasn't neB 11 AND GROWN UPS ;
about the matter among themselves rather However, it is well to remember that the I Louis Mo. been a dented fender since that Joe .illa.111 FROM4TOI04/ .
sign went
than to register their complaints with the ordinances as they now stand, provide that: Sgt. 1-c Frank Dryden of the uPo"
proper authorities who might have remediedthe "The City of Starke expressly reserves the local National Guard unit is now
situation. As it the re- right to revoke and cancel license in enrolled in United Stain Brews Founda&a .' c.' ._---:. ,.-.- -
was caravan/ any the Infantry Radio C.pyTig1t,1951, 10"t: ;,S', ::..'; :_'.. d"c\: :;
mained in Starke to hoodwink unsuspecting case the licensee or any person doing busi- -
children and adults through Saturday. ness under it so conducts such business as
Ramifications of thedisgusting displaywere to become a nuisance or to annoy and disturb -
many and all of them distressing.Most the peace of the citizens in its vicinity."
children were so dismayed by the wierd That would seem to provide ample groundsto
breathing sound that could be heard a block rid the community of any such nuisanceas
away they wouldn't even walk by the car was perpetrated on the citizenry for
where the "iron lung" gasped hour after most of last week.If .
hour. Others ventured timidly into the car it is the case, however, that present
and then were embarrassed When they had ordinances need strengthening or rewritingin
only a nickel or a dime to leave in a "dona any way to give city officials the weapons
tion" tray that held fifty cent pieces and with which to cope with similar situations
dollar bills. What they could not see, of that might arise in the future we hope that
courset was that the crafty doorkeeper, as this latest instance will provide the inspira
soon as they left, would whisk away the tion for the city to so arm itself. Florida is (p 6t
nickels and dimes leaving a tray of halves destined for many years to come to be the
end dollars as bait for the next victim. winter stamping ground of seasonal racke- '"'fib :
One mother reported that her impression- teers and so-called "snowbirds", each with
ible youngster cried himself to sleep one some ingenious new scheme for getting himself -I
light, sobbing out that "I can still hear that a winter vacation at the expense of I
thing breathing. It's going to die. I knowit those he preys upon. I I
is." Perhaps if nothing better can be devised, '? wAb
But the crowning expose of the fraud the simple expedient of classifying all such I I

came late Friday night when a person, who exhibits as! "shows" (which, in reality theyare I b the
made it his business to do so, concealed him- ) would solve the problem. The present I I v' ."x" 'WI ...........
self and waited for the "iron lung" exhibit to ordinances provide that: "Shows of all kind, I I >
shut up shop. His suspicions were confirmed giving performances under tents or temporary Y
when after they thought the coast was structures of any kind, covered or uncovered .
clear a car drove up beside the lung for each main show, medicine shows
trailer and the lady "victim" darted out with prohibited' each day (with Mayor's approval)
all the fleetness of a gazelle and drove off $25.00.
in the night. But even then the lung-bandits Few, if any. of the operators of these
remained in Starke and did business for fakeries would tarry long if they were askedto e
another full day. pay a license of $25 per daynil



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YYYYYYYYTYYTTTTTTTTTT offering will go to the Florida [ YYTTTTYTYTYYYYYYYTTTTTTY 'Desiree' Tells J.Ir. and Mrs. Clarence Adkins fit as the others. So the first Tues- Sunday School 10 a. m., morning pie meet at 6:30, p. m., and the i 1 I.

Methodist Children's Home at and son, Jimmie, of Sarasota were day in January at 3:15 p. m., we'll I I service at 11 a. m. Johnny Childers evening service is at 7:30 p. m.
Of Napoleon's Love weekend guests of the Jim and J. I
Keystone Heightsby Enterprise.On LONG BRANCHby G. Adkins families. meet you in the school auditorium, [of Orlando will hold the morning Wednesday prayer meeting is at

Christmas Eve there will bea At Florida Theatre Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Wheeler of refreshments too. I service in the absence of the pastor 7:30 p. m. Scripture for the weekis I

Sirs. Sara McDonald special Candle Service at 11:15, Sirs. J. U Strickland I Jacksonville spent the weekend First Christian Church i iJOtCt'II. Rev. J. B. Dixon. Young peat'II. : Luke 2: 17. |

closing at midnight. The covered and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA "Desiree," starring Marlon Bran- with her parents, Mr. and .. ... .... .... .... .... ,.... .....w.. I
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Billy Varnes. Mr. and Mrs.
well attended. Gay Livingston the Florida Theatre Sunday, i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan are Carter, and two daughters of Jact>
showed pictures of the Holy Lan Monday, and Tuesday. Brando
the proud parents of a five pound Our enrollment in Sunday! School !sonville were Sunday guests ot GENERAL ELECTRIC i
and talked of his experiences in plays the part of Napoleon Bona- '
baby boy, born Sunday In 'St. increased three last Sunday which their parents, the Varnes. i
these places. parte and Miss Simmons plays
Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville. gives us 99 enrolled now, but we Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Snow were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill ot INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE fell behind in attendance again. We Desiree, who is Napoleon's first in Waldo recently.

Jacksonville were in town over the START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT fell back to 75 in attendance from love.The frequent meetings that the Mrs. Frank Thomas visited her Gifts FROM McGriff's I;
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weekend the F. M. Wal- 85 before.
visiting 2 PER CENT INTEREST PAID. the Sunday couple have even after Bonaparteis grandmother, :Mrs. Lizzie Hines,
raths. MEMOEIi F D I C. Two of our visitors Sunday married is referred to as "Na- who is critically ill at her homein i
J. Haberstroh was home again Rev. and Mrs. Cut- I
morning were poleon's backstreet love affair." High Springs on Sunday.A
Mrs. Frank ngen is still in St.Vincent's .
for tits weekend from the hospitalin shaw. Most of the folks in this The intimate revelations from large number of Hampton

Lake City. He went back Mon Vivian Hospital in Jacksonville.Mrs. section know them both well as the diary of Desiree Clary, daughter -,citizens attended the Christmas Make Your Gift This Christmas Practical And
Sanders former
a
day for further treatment. |Rev. Cutshaw is a former pastorof of a Marseilles silk merchant, Parade in Starke on Friday. Wil-

Word has been received here oi resident town of last Keystone weekend., was She a is visitorin now not Long know Branch how Church other and churches I do provides the basis for both the low Ruth Hammond. was one ofSanta's Useful By Giving General Electric Products I
many the helpers.A. II
and
the death of Archie McCallman, in Orlando. best-selling novel screen
brother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C.'(First living Baptist Church I in this dstrict. I adaptation. M. Hines of Charleston, S. C. I

Rev. Cutshaw delivered the Brando has been was a Friday dinner guest of his
E. Mitchell of this city. He died on highlyacclaimed
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn
Friday in Jacksonville and was ing Worship 11 a. m. Training morning message and we are gladto for playing the intricate, com- niece, Mrs. Frank Thomas. Hines AN ARRAY OF ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM I

buried on Monday. Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Worship say everyone enjoyed it. He if plex life of Napoleon to perfec was! on his way to High Springsto
one of the old fashioned preacherswho see his mother, Mrs. Lizzie
J. F. Grayson is reported quiteill 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Serv- tion.Merle
still believes the Bible and Oberon plays Josephine, Hines, who is critically ill. !
and in the hospital.F. ice 7:30 p. m. 1'-
preaches it Napoleon's first wife, who he Petty Officer First Class Otis Now!
J. Gerden is ill in the Jackson- The WMS met Dec. 7. in the I
We also enjoy hearing our pas- coldly denounces when she does Forsyth, who is stationed at May- '
ville NAS home of Mrs. E. Altman for its
HospitalMr.
tor He is another who port, spent the weekend with his
.I preach. not bear him a son. Michael Ren- delicious coffee r
and Mrs. McDrath will leave regular monthly business meeting.A
preaches the Bite; let it hurt whoit nie, plays Jean-Baptiste Berna- wife and children and called on
this week to spend Christmas in beautiful Christmas program was,
will or help' who it will, he dette, who prevented Desiree from his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Joe For-
presented and covered dish i
the north. a luncheon EverylTmelAUTOMATIC! a
preaches it. We are glad there suicide and talks her into marriage.'YYYTYYTTTYYTTT syth.Mr.
We have a card from Mrs. Mar- was enjoyed
I are preachers of this kind left in and Mrs. C. C. Cannon were
garet Hill who spent the winterin The Sunday School is having a'I the world. TTTTTY.HIGHLAND in Jacksonville recently.Mr. .p
Keystone last year, saying that Christmas party Wednesday night,
.
We learned Sunday that Ada and Mrs. Wilson May visited
she will be back in January. Dec. 22, at the church. There will
Godwin is improving wonderfullyin the Horace May's and Mrs. Minnie
Work was started last week on be a tree gifts and entertainmentfor
health and we hope she will Marcionny on Sunday.The .
the new St. William's Catholic the entire family. Everyone is
soon be in perfect health and able Hampton P. T. A. met last
Church. It is expected to be fin- cordially invited.CF.3IETERY. By Mrs. Lacy Nonnan k
to attend church as this is one of Tuesday with very few present.
ished sometime n the Spring. s
her greatest desires. We hope sh> AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA :Maybe it was due to the bad RIPLE-WHIP
The Community Church will present WORKING
will be able to visit her friends \veather. If more parents would
the Sunday School Christmas There will be a cemetery work- Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. and
more than she has in several come and look over our school, MIXER
I Program on Sunday, Dec. 19, at ing at Dyal Cemetery on the first years.I worship services at 11 a. m. and 7
Marion Wilkinson of St. Mary'sa. and see what the P. T. A. alreadyhas
7:30 p. m. This year the special Friday in January. p. m. each Sunday. Prayer service
. ;: ., was in this neck of the woody I choir done and is trying to do I'll
each Wednesday at 7 p. m.

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what success he had as we didn't and teacher's meeting each Wed- want to be part of it. Each childin N
OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS school is getting as much bene-
hear.Hubert nesday at 6:30: p. m. E. C. Harvey -
Padgett visited his pastor, and J. A. Eunice, Sun- I ---... News
daughter, Francis Lang, of Tam- I
day school superintendent.Evelyn
pa over the weekend. Norman of Jacksonville;: V

Cook'sGrocery We have been having some real spent the weekend at home here.I I MAKER
cold weather here, so much ice N. YOURPROTECTION COFFEE
Edwin Griffis of Ft. Bragg,
and frost I had about decided 1 (
C., spent the weekend here with I Automatically brews coffee to
was in Kentucky or Virginia. I friends and relatives. j I your taste. Indicator light
didn't think it could get so cold Mrs. Sarah Norman and children tells yon offee'i ready".
t
here in Florida "The Land of Sun- with Make 2 to 9 cup*.
pent Sunday at Heilbronn
shine," but I find we can get as .
:Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling.Mr.
cold here as I wish to get! and Mrs. Dick Starling are G. E. Steam or Dry Irons Irons G. E. Automatic Blankets (Single and
Perhaps I had better go back DuaJ.Control-Sunbeam Waffle Baker
of a daughter_
the proud parents Irons Mixers
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further north and see if there is General Ironmaster Shavemaster _
born Dec. 6 in Alachua
PHONE 405 any difference in the temperature.Then ; IS OURPROFESSION
Hospital. She has been named ; Portable Mixers Automatic Roasters Coffeemaster-ToastmasterElectric
Jax Hi We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons
way maybe I will appreciate the
Electric
bytes Ovenette Electric
Brenda Delane. Mrs. Starling was -Automatic Toasters-Sandwich Grill -
Florida weather
more. I
Betty Norman before her marriage. Heaters Portable Radios and
(With $5.00 Order) 5 Lb Bag It seems that plenty of people Mrs. Maudie Smith drove Mrs. and Waffle Iron Small Waffle Irons Record Players
have colds
yet, at least it sounded
Baldwin to
Clara Boone over to
like it at church Sunday. We hope TTTTTTTTY T 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTVTTTTVTVVTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVTTVVTComplete
catch a bus to Tallahassee to spend
.all are soon well and do not haveto
Christmas and New Year's with Line Of
Sugar 29CCOCA suffer with colds.any more. her daughter, Virginia. I General Electric Clocks
We hope to have a favorable report e
E. C. Harvey was in Jacksonville -
to make on our P. T. A. meet- ', Kitchen Clocks
\ several times this past week. Including
ing which meets Tuesday after- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herndon* You should have one of our

noon and also a good report on spent the weekend here at home. Burgulary Insurance Poli- 4MM
6 Bot Ctn our W. M. S. meeting which meets

COLA 21C Thursday at 7 p. m. _He is. employed and :Mrs. in Homer Palatka.Mr. Smith. and cies Protect your home, COMPLETE LINE OF LOCKER SUPPLIES You Name It

I attended churchat business and personal
,daughter, Shirley, prop-
We Have It
7 Rd lrl Long Branch Sunday. erty.
Cans S. Maudie Smith and Matell Nor-I I
TOMATOES 2 2SC man were in Gainesville Tuesdayto Constant Service Since 1891 I

MUtQ 66 i iI hospital: visit Mrs. Dick Stalling at the SENDFORJERRYH. USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN FOR CHRiSTMAS

MUSTARD TURNIP or COLLARD $ Leonard Wilkinson of Maxville


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BLEACH ((33)) Qt Bot 1SC Good Gainesville Saturday night.

Mrs. J. H. Parker is able to be

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Service andProducts Ina Knight and son, Ron

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Grace Dickinson Little Women's Club Heilbronn H.D.C. Ethel Biggs Circle .

\Vill Be Bride
Plans
Formal DanceThe Holds
Holiday Met
Of Chester SearleMrs. Party Tuesday NightThe


Rebecca pI F Delaney Dickinson of Monday Little evening Women's at the club Club hous me;,e 1 of The Heilbronn Home Demonstration Club Ethel Biggs Circle of the
held
its regular meet- '
I to discuss final First Baptist Church, Mrs. A. R.
Theressa the arrangements fo tr
announces approaching ng on Dec. 7
at the home of Mrs. :
Nrman, leader, met Tuesday
Louise marriage of her daughter, ,be their given formal at the Christmas club house dance t o Louise Norman with the president, nght at the home of Mrs. L. F. iI i i
I Grace to Chester t. Searle, son Satui:r- Mrs. Lois Cox,
then
Gladys Mooty presiding over Dinkins with Mrs. Be.tha Fulleras
day evening at 8:30 o'clock. <
$ of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hammondof : A business session. '
Phone 35 .1 ; [ Crystal Lake. orchestra will furnish music dui:r- co-hostess. f
I 6 66 6 ---- The wedding will take place at ing the dance. Mrs. Louise Norman was appOinted Mrs. E. A. Hall, program chair-
Johns
Plans home improvement chair- man, presented Miss Ava Lee Edwards !
Barbara Cameron Hope Baptist Church on Dec. 27 were also made to g
Barbara Cameron ?
man, and
3 a special work day was who the devotional 01. ,
igi jr caroling Christmas Eve alto gave
; at 8 o'clock in the evening. A. C. and o
Will set for Tuesday, Dec. 14, for Bethlehem's Star. Mrs. M. A.
SoonVed Honored At Shower make Christmas favors
: F?!Rert, pastor of Hope Baptist for th e
finishing
J. H. Valinski Weds J Church, and Merle Packham, pastorof trays for the two Starke hospital;S. shrubbery, etc.stenciling, silvering Payne gave a beautiful readingof I
for Christmas
Miss Barbara Cameron, popula S Hampton Baptist Church, will The following new dee- Peter Marshall's book. "Let'sKeep

bride-elect, was honored at a lovely ItAF!. __ I officiate. welcomed into the : orations and gifts. The Christmas Christmas," and the group
Mr. and Mrs. E. Tucker .r .
Harry
party was set for Thursday night singing of Christmas carols was
miscellaneous shower Thursda; LaVonne Duncan.
announce the engagement and Miss Dickinson is a secretaryin : at 7:30 at
the home
Wayne 1& of Helen .
afternoon Dec. 9, from four t ? the engineering department at Frances Douglas t Sapp. enjoyed.The

daughter approaching, Barbara marriage Annette of Cam their five-thirty o'clock given by Mrs L v; .:.It.. the University of Florida and Mr. Polly Wait, Jackie ], make After Christmas a demonstration of how to Lottie Moon Christmas offering -
Steve Simmons Mrs. A. E. Jones, Carol Ann ? novelties and dec was taken and a Christmasgift
Searle is serving at in the
eron, to Valinski McF present orations
Joseph Henry by the agent, Miss Doro- for a patient in the T. B.
Kinney, Mrs. J. C. Fogg Mrs. Williams Sandra ,
ton of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Valinski. Douglas .. U. S. Navy assigned the U.S.S. thy Ross, the hostess
.
Moorei served re hospital was adopted as a community -
of Worcester, Mass. W. Andrews Mrs. Leon r, Monterey. Both are graduates of Douglas, Janet Marks, freshments
to the
Mrs. G. W. Roberts Sr., : Bradford High School. :Stallings. ten members mission project
The will be Mnn
wedding an event o present.
Vernon Silcox and Mrs. ; During the During the social hour the
No meeting
,
invitations
are being sent, .
January 8 at 12 o'clock noon in a ; _
the Catholic Church with Smith at the home of the latter 01 n but all friends and relatives are..Kincaid, president of : ""-* n.- served fruit cake an-
Fathei
Jordan officiating. A reception N. Walnut street S invited to attend the wedding and I club, gave an Christian Ladies coffee to the 13 members present.

will follow the wedding at the A silver and white color moti L:f the reception which will be held at Council ,!. The Court Of C,n.ty Jndg-f.
in Christmas and floral decoration!I the home of the bride Will Meet Bradford County. Florida.
Woman's elect's sister
Club. Miss Rebecca Louise Johns of luminous tullanet skirt featured I I la Piob.tr.IX .

No invitations are being issued graced the points Smith of home interest for throughout the oc. tarke and Jacksonville became the I inserted panels of lace and fell to I Mrs. J. A. Gnann, at Theressa. Keystone I The Ladies Council of the First RE: ESTATE OP ROY R KING.
I
but all friends of the couple are bride of Wayne Edwin Douglas the floor in graceful folds and Has Holiday Christian deceased.
candlEholders I Church will meet in the
casion. Numerous silver :Notice of Filing Petltloa For Final
Invited to attend.Season's. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Winsome Class
tall burning white. swept lavishly into the Cathedral I church sanctuary Monday evening, DIrharaof Administrator
holding the First Christian Church of I Christmas TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
train. in the
Her veil of sheerest illusion
Dec.
tapers cast a soft glow over the Met Tuesday Night ; 20, at 7:30: o'clock for the Notice is hereby given that I have
Starke. The bride is the daughter was attached to a coronet of the theme I
[ The bride's table was overlaid chrys- of the ; Christmas program. filed my final returns as Administrator -
greatest setting. : of M. L. Johns of New River and talized blossoms. She of the estate of Roy R.
beautiful imported, orange car- The I ing of the Keystone Group 1 and Group 2 will have
with a the late Mrs. Annie Renfroe Winsome Class of the First King deceased; that I have flied
Johns. I
gift value cutwork linen cloth and was centered ried a white orchid on a prayer Baptist Church met Tuesday night, munity Church Women : charge of the program. Each member my petition for final discharge and
The bridegroom's Mr. that I
parents are book showered with Frenched will apply to the Honorable
with an artistic arrangement and Mrs. Cecil L. Douglas of carnations.Mrs. Dec. 13, at the home of Mrs. W. B. day. Mrs. Norwood attending will bring a gift not Theron A. Yawn County Judge of
The Ansco of white chrysanthemums Mundy whch was gaily decorated to exceed 50c. Bradford County. Florida.. on Jan-
Starke. Romie Johns of Jacksonville Jacksonville gave an After the uary 12 1955. for approval of same
intermingled with silver foilage throughout in the holiday motif. program, refreshmentswill and for final discharge as AdminIstrator
in a sliver bowl. Burning white: The double-ring ceremony was aunt of the bride, who took ,Mrs: M. H. Sheppard was co- Ecription of her visit to be served at the Pastoriumwith of the estate of Roy R.-
StorFIashCamera performed by the pastor, Rev. J. her mother's King Deceased.December .
Jj place wore a rose the <<
tapers in silver candelabra balanced ]hostess. and Bethlehem on pastor's wife, Mrs. J. E. U, 1J51.
E.
Sherwood, and by Rev. Fred lace
the central arrangement.Mrs. gown for her niece's wedding. The devotional was given by 1952. :Mrs. Sidney Sherwood, in charge.All FLOYD KING,
Dodd,
pastor of Long Bridge Mrs. Douglas, mother of the., members I Administrator of the estate uf
Sam Anderson and Mrs.I Christian Church. Mrs. L. A. Ca- bridegroom, was gowned in Mrs. Chas. A. Darby with prayer of the First }' are asked to attend. Roy R. King deceased.
at mauve 1 by Mrs. Mundy. Gifts 1Z/17 4t 1 TI
were ex-
II. H. Adams greeted guests
nova, organist, and Miss Aliese faille. of Gainesville, I
OutfitComplete the door and presented them to Lawson I i,chanced following a short business sang
soloist li
I provided nuptial Following the wedding. a reception -' ing.
the receiving line composed of ]meeting.
music
: before the ceremony. Miss was held in liK
Miss Cameron, the Starke I j During the social hour I A fellowship dinner
Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Lawson game
"Always", "Because" Woman's
sang
Club where K
: pedestal new members of the
.> 4j ,her mother, :Mrs. Harry Tucker, and "The Lord's Prayer." baskets \ere enjoyed with prizes being wor I
I end Mrs. Leon Moorer. i it Thg church was decorated with of gladioli and chrysanthemums 1 by Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mrs, Heights Community We Invite You To
j Inspect
were
from placed against a ]L CTarby. Refreshments were served I i held in the Woman's K g
t Pouring tea and coffee arrangements of white gladioli background
of palms and day at 6:30
magnolia :
t;o the 16 members present. p.m. Gay
silver services at the bride's table chrysanthemums, palms and magnolia boughs. The bride's table who spent some time
were Mrs. Charley E. Johns Mrs. leaves in pedestal baskets was overlaid I
with an imported Land during his
W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Elva Stewart, and lighted white tapers in branched -,.[cutwork cloth centered with the 'J 3rooker WMS Has showed 100 f OUR SPECIAL f

and Mrs. Pauline Torode. Also candelabra cast a soft glow three-tiered
wedding cake. The J 3usiness MeetingThe which he took there I
assisting in serving were Misses over the setting. cake was decorated with lillies of interesting and

JoAnn Smith, Betty Ann Simmons, Serving as best man was Donnie the valley and around the bottom Brooker Baptist WMS metec. his experiences.Mrs. .

Clair Jean Mundy, Mrs. H. C. Kite of Jacksonville and the ushers were lighted white tapers and pompoms I) 7 at the home of Mrs. G. B. Sara D. f

S Brown, Mrs. J. G. McGriff, Jr, andMrs. were Freddy Johns, brother of the in silver epergnettes. C?olson at 6:30 o'clock. tained the members of Holiday.Offerings f fIn

--1 John Anderson.The bride, and Billy Dodd, Zack Craw- Heavenly bites and mints were The business session was opened archer Circle of the

hostesses presented Mss ford and Clinton Norman, all of served on silver platters. \1 nth prayer by Mrs. Colson after Church at her home

and ready tab Cameron with sterling silver cs nd1e Starke. Mrs. Louree Edwards cut the \1 rtiich the president, Mrs. J. W. Dec. 15. Mrs. Axel :
t picture Christmat morning holders as a remembrance of the Mrs. C. P. Cowen, sister of the bride's cake assisted by Miss 1"homos, led the devotional. After gave; the devotional and

ComaIu the IlatioDaIl known Anscd occasion. tride, attended as matron of hon Dorothy Harrison of Jacksonville. c,ommittee reports, the session was Rinehart presented the

&roll 1I1'.11aQ Auco Camera All-Weather 4 fl hbulb Film. fli. 3 I, Approximately 100 guests at- or. She was gowned in a full Miss Clair Douglas, sister of the c losed with prayer by Mrs. J. K. study chapter on f Unusual and Highly Artistic f
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attachment Packed in handsome gin tended this delightful affair.' l length gown in Bermuda mauve groom, Mrs. Shirley Oskins, and D)louglas. The group met at 11
MX. it
1ri1111.dd toy UiIq, J taffeta and tullanet. The fitted Miss Rebecca Thomas presided at The next business meeting wille delicious luncheon was

I strapless bodice was highlightedwith the punch bowls, and Mrs. Ned b) held at the home of Mrs. M. O. 1 p.m.

Only a .' $9.451,MethodistVSCS' I, folds of tulle, and covered Yancey kept the bride's book. Ip.i arrell on Tuesday, Jan. 4, at 7:30 Dr. A. J. Holl, I GIFTS FOR MEN g

with a fischu stole. The After spending some time with p. m.Vlrs. Community Church, has .
Open Thursday To Hold MeetingThe skirt of tullanet over baffantt was their guests Mr. and Mrs. Douglasleft the Christmas schedule g <<

Methodist W. S. C. S. will crowned with a peplum of folds of for a wedding trip to New E. M. Davis programs and services.

Afternoon hold its regular business and program taffeta which was caught up In Orleans and o.her: points of Interest evening. Dec. 19, at 7:3[( G in Louisiana. will ias Recital PartyMrs. children
meeting Monday afternoonat 'the back with a Bertha bow effect. They reside of the Sunday '

"I I 3 o'clock in the recreation build- Serving as bridesmaids were i in Starke after Dec. 20. The Five a pageant, "
,Misses Frances Douglas sister of bride traveled in a black velvet E. M. Davis entertained at Manger." A special ,

ing.Mrs.. W. L. Blair will give the ''the groom Marjorie Strickland of costume suit. She wore black hi er anneal! Christmas recital partyt I that service will be ii We Solicit Inquiries From Business ExecutivesAnd
: her home of Tenth and i1
I accessories, white hat and a L corner The Florida Methodist
devotional and Mrs. Charlotte Miller Lake City, Betty Durban of Law- gloves !.,
and a white orchid. avenues ednesday afterpp-eeplm Home in Management Personnel Who Purchase 8
Enterprise.The
I and Mrs. R. S. Mullins will present tey and George Ann Freeman of t
The bride is a graduate BradT emple avenues Wednesday after- traditional For And
of Company Individual Requirements.
I Jacksonville
Beach.
and Christmas
a song story They were g
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ford n.oon for her 25 piano students.
High School
tarke. Fla. 'program. eowned alike In gowns Identical to and has been and Candle Service will
II t that of the honor attendant in starlight employed with the Prudential In- The Christmas motif was at- the church at 11:15 p.m.
l surance Co. for the past year and I actively carried out in the party :Eve. The Holy ,
blue taffeta and tullanet and LisT
: GIVE TilE MAN ON YOUR
I their headdresses and bouquetswere .:a half. Mr. Douglas is also a L.corations! and refreshments. Dur- [he celebrated Sunday !.

". 1 of mauve net and tinted chrysanthemums I graduate of Bradford high school III ig the afternoon each student December 26. I c A GIFT HE'LL ENJOY ,
and at present is in business with pJ layed a piano number. I
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his father.

Peggy Sue Yancey was flowerirl Out-of-town guests at the wed- Come In Today ,
,?! in a gown fashioned like that Carolyn'e
i I ding and reception were Mr. and
.
o f the honor attendant Danny.Mrs. Marcus g
: Dekle and Mrs. Virginia ,
: For Cliristnias- Cowen: nephew of the bride, acted : Beilling and daughter, Mary

is ring bearer. Virginia. of Lake Butler, Mr. and g .
LONG BRIDGE REST j
... The lovely bride, who was given :Mrs. Fred Jenkins of Gainesville,

Give, (lie Finest I :In marriage by her father, chose :Mr. and Mrs. Romie Johns, Mrs. Saddest story of the week comes into the house once

It I for her wedding a frosty white Shirley Oskins, Miss George Ann from the Harry Tucker residence, the Neil Joyners on <'< 1

gown of imported chantilly lace .Freeman, Betty Durban, DorothV where little Tweetie Tucker got Doyle has gone into On Highway 100

BULOVA .. .i and tullanet. The delicately molded Harrison, and Rebecca Thomas, caught in the washing machine business with his bodice! featured a Bateau neckline ,all of Jacksonville, Miss Marjorie and was wrung through The Joyners have

mtlined in appliqued lace flowers. Strickland of Gainesville, Mr. theo off the old
and wringer Tweetie, of course f town K ,
Long tapered sleeves ended in Mrs. Donnie Kite and Mrs: Alvin! the Tucker parakeet and had a Also welcome to (

J/fc'9t'nj: !l lily points at the wrists. The vol- ])fjte.: of Jacksonville. vocabulary of about 16 words station) Blessings f

..". Needless to say, his demise has found living quarters
I
Shower Honors Lawtey H.D.C.: : cast a blanket of gloom over them Gainesville into

__ I I Tucker household ent in the Cermanero

I Miss Louise Johns Has Christmas PartyThe I Glad to learn that Lucian and Thompson street Picture Your House
,
_ Soissons have moved
_ _______ Miss Louise Johns whose marriage Lucile Conner are not thinking
Lawtey Home their
____. Demonstration I apartments to
I lIIIl/ to Wayne Douglas was an Club held its Christmas seriously about moving to South '
partyat Saratoga Heights
_F, _ _ event of Sunday afternoon, was the the home of Mrs. E. J. WhelanTuesday L Florida A little item in the I togans are the C. W. All Spruced Up For The Holiday'sOur

______ inspiration for a lovely miscellane- night which was attended paper last week seems to have are also occupying their

: I jcus' shower Thursday evening, Dec. | by 16 members and guests. The!. given a lot of folks that wrong there .
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2.a!
:& = Hall.
r American
9. in the Legion I home and hasten to set Glad to Dot
r _____ 0.L was attractively decorated I impression, we see
I. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. I with candles and village snow Ir you right The Conners expectto on the job after a .

Merrill Edwards Mrs. Ed Prevatt, scenes.A remain right here, say Lucian with flu (or virus) .
'. I I-t i I Mrs. L. J. Kite, Mrs. J. E. Sherwood Christmas which week ii
reading was given I and Lucile, for we are duly the sick list this
I Mrs. Robert Ward, and Mrs. hy Miss Dorothy Ross after whic I I thankful Steve and Peggy t t'J\

; II l ___ ,Albert Newman. games were played. Mrs. Dinkins; And the building program con- Payne Mickey and p

I The hall was attractively decI and Mrs. Wainwright won prizes;. tinues to continue Latest to by, Geraldine Gay, :
: r-i- I with I I j I W II
orated for the occasion artistic .
IH .
for the winners in the guessing join the expansion ranks are Calvin Michael Devrick,
I MISS AMERICA DOLLY MADISON "0" POLLY MADISON T COUNTESS floor basket arrangements ,games. and Marie Houpt who are adding Yvonne Tucker, : II

: 17{J.w.ts 21 kw.1s 21 },w.i 17iwblipojuioa ,iof red, gold, and green tinted magnolia Refreshments of tea. coffee,. a new front and considerable extra j I Henry Lawson bobby _
broctftf wpoiutaa kranS.1 2 $490
cookies, cake nuts and toasted I space to their Doctor's Clinic |and Dorothy Waters,
$357 57so i4 *gold overlaid with beautiful lace cloth
a cheese sandwiches were served the Hospital on West Call Hear fined to the hospital ,
$7150SWI01
|had a handsome centerpiece of club members. that Tommy Harding has been and other complications

rnk and white chrysanthemums Mrs. Whelan was assisted in car, transferred from Scotland to North Hear that Donnis

in a silver compote. Pouring punch ing for her guests by Miss Dorothy p'Africa His new address Is worked for Farm Home
!from punch bowls placed at each iSwanbom and Miss Dorothy Ross. A2-c Thomas B. Harding Jr. and Sadie Elder who

I end of the table were Mrs. Clyde Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. played I 1U74810, 34th RSM, APO 231, .New Central Fla. Gas have

':Colson and Mrs. Robert Ward. Santa and distributed the gifts York jobs :
The hostesses presented Miss
t
which everyone brought to ex Tillman McIntosh certainly made A. C. Durden who
(Johns with a cup and saucer set change. Gifts ranged from Christ a convincing Santa Claus in the 80th birthday

from her chosen china pattern. asa I mas goodies to aprpns, gadgets for; annual parade last Friday I nesday Jimmy ..
memento of the occasion.Ninetyfive
: the kitchen, and pot plants. Wonder If he would rent himself State Farm celebrated
invited I
guests were Everyone Ever And milestone with
thoroughly enjoyed the! out for Christmas a party
to attend this delightful affair.
; night of fun, fellowship, and good did_you recognize Jessie Young as of his little friends on
Kern-Tone"
"Super the washable latex _
paint
food. Those attending this lovely: the Old Woman in the Shoe with Lee :Moorer did the

;affair were: Mrs. Leona Edwards I,, all her little school chillun dutifully weiner roast on Dec. 11 will give faded rooms new vim, vigor and vitality.

MHIDINT2Ijetr.Ii JORDAN : Bradford County 'Mrs. Walter Swanbom Mr I. towing their old shoe house? I vance of her 7th I This miracle paint flows on so smoothly dries so

17.w.h; 171mJ5.xpoadoa I Troy Bennett, Mrs. A. C. Pearce,. Very clever stunt and represented Dolly Simpson
load ioid SJPa4thOa L0141t People and Neighbors quickly you can have a completely new room in less
hpO.s1u ; i Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs. Elena. a lot of hard work fifth wedding anniversary

$4250 $493GBEAUTIFUL $6500I I Eligible For Cash Bowen, Mrs. Jettie Smith, Mrs.. Hear that H. A. Bishop Sr. has day and Joe Gardner : than a day.

II' Mae Wells, Miss Enza Blanchard I,. been added as a member of the S on Dec. 18, and his

I DIAMOND Families who are short on Cash I Mrs. Paul Dinkins, Sr., Mrs. H. C. bagged-a-buck club Shot his in who was 12 on Dec. 14, : Slop in! Browse through our paint charts.
to pay those overdue bills and I Wainwright. Mrs. A. H. Harley P. the scrub last weekend brating jointly at a party
"those bills that are a bit too Sr., Mrs. Charles Shuford Miss The Kindergarten play last Fri- urday at their home on t
See hundreds of harmony schemes that
TO BE GIVEN AWAYFREE high can look to Marion Finance Dorothy Swanbom, Mrs. E. J.r ,day night was a lovely affair with ton street have

for aid Marion Finance in I Whelan and Miss Dorothy Ross. all the little cherubs looking most Interest in the
Gainesville can either assist bya : angelic in their angel wings and ing contest seems to ; been worked out for you. 'We'll help you select

PAYDAY LOAN for 30 days Rehearsal Party other costumes Donna Lou high, and everybody .

or a monthjy' Budget Loan with, Patray, who will be four in Janu- know where Grace colors give how-to-paint-it-yourself tips.BUILDERS' .

8 P.M. -- DECEMBER 24THflOERTS payments. to fit the pocketbook. Honors Young Couple ary, was darling as Mary with'a five reindeer and sled

The interest is small. for example blue shawl over her head She perched so jauntily on

$50.00 for SO days is Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Douglas were wasn't originally slated for the house Well, Fll let

only $1.73. CONTACT MARION r hosts at a lovely buffet supper part., but tell heir to it when something a little secret Grace

FINANCE BY MAIL BOX 446.I party Saturday evening at their!; went wrong In the cast herself Took her TAPKE
or CALL COLLECT 5333 Gainesville home on Eighth street following Donna is quite sure it happenea to do the job, but

JEWELRY then come in and pick the I the wedding rehearsal of Miss because she asked to be Mary In well worthwhile Be

MONEY up in one trip REMEMBER Louise Johns and their son, Wajne her prayers several nights be- get your decorations SUPPUES

ITS CONFIDENTIAL ,Douglas. fore "judgement day" oa Dee. j _
"Your Friendly Jeweler" AT MARION FINANCE AT I I Enjoying the affair were members A cordial welcome to Starke So long See at S.A.L. DEPOT..C7e..45

GAINESVILLE for that $23.00 to I of the wedding party and out goes to the Doyle Hazens (formerly next .

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19M' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE.FLORIDA .' PAGE FIVE!: {
FRIDAY DEC mm 17,
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I I. _ Court
Mrs. Loyree Hartmann spent Two Local Girls And Friend I Morgan Heath Has Recent BirthMr. named plaintiff seeks and divorce.cause wherein I

Tuesday to Thursday of last weekin Bradford County Telegraph snail ,
Charlotte, N. C. on bUS ess. Surprise PartyThe : and Mrs. W. H Holton of publish this Order In next four I
weekly issues
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Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and ,.. Y' Macclenny announce the birth ofa Witness my hand and official I
,, .. ". ;.:) Mrs. S
J.
Joanne, and Mrs. C. W. --, : home of Mr. and son John Harley Holton born seal at Starke, Florida, this Dec 15.
daughter .
"? was the scene of a delightful I IS54.lOFFICJAL
app Dec. 2 the Doctor's Clinic Hos- I
cJUJGINTHE Sinclair will leave Sunday for in- at SEAL) Charles ADarby
/ s.irpnse birthday party and family Clerk said Court
: pital. The boy weighed 7 lbs, 4 As of
Ind. to attend the wed- \ -
dianapolis, :-. ; I gathering Sunday honoring Morgan i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
NEWS ding of Needham Slade Hurst to ozs. :Zach H- Douglas 505 Lynch Building -
his
Heath on anniversary day.A Jacksonville Florida-
Miss Mary Lou Beasley on Tues- delicious buffet dinner was Alt>.s, fur PU. 12.17 4t 1/T
day evening, Dec. 21. The Slades a Recent Birth
served from long tables s up on
and :Mrs. Sinclair will return home -\OTICR OF ITITIO TO
the lawn.Enjoying .
... Sapp REGISTER KiCTITlOl XAME
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Dec. 22. the occasion were Mr. lr. and :Mrs. Manuel Anthony Notice is hereby given that the
Mrs. Robert E. Tanner Sr. of Mra. O. W. White Sr. and Miss Remember your out-of-town Garcia of Camarillo, Calif. an- I undersigned under the provisionsof
I and Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort Chapter 20,953.; Laws of Florida.
Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Kate Struth visited Mrs. Charles friends with 75th Anniversary Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. Richard nounce the birth of a daughter, Acts of 1941, will register with the

Jr. of Jacksonville were visiting Fields and baby son in St. Vin edition1 Wrapped and mailed at Ray and children and Mr. and Mrs. Stephens Ann, Dec. 11 in St. Johns Clerk for Bradford of the County Circuit, State Court of in Florida and-

Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mr. and Mrs. cent's hospital on Saturday. no extra cost. 25c each. Brad- Pete Reyes and son of Jacksonville, I Hospital Oxnard, Calif. Mrs. Gar- upon receipt of proof of pubi-
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. cia the former Miss cation of this notice, the fictitiousname
Herbert Green and baby son on Barefoot. ford County Telegraph.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp, Mr and was Peggie of 301 Villa under which 1 am
Saturday.Mrs. spent last Thursday and Fridayin I and Mrs. Junius Smith spent Mrs. Eldon Sapp and son, Mr. and Caldwell of State Farm. engaged in business on I'. S. 101
: Steve Simmons, Mrs. J. W. St. Petersburg visiting :Mrs.Barefoot' the weekend in Washington, D. C. s north of Starke Fla.
Mrs. J. C. Sapp and sons, Mr. and IB The Clrrmlt Coorl oi Bradford August ('&sslato, Route 2, Box
Brownlee and Mrs. Joe Arnold had sister, Mrs. Frances visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones Mrs. W. R. Conner and children, yeasty: Florida !. Chaarerr. 54-A. Starke, Fla.. sole owner.
with Mrs. Charley E. i Parker. and other relatives. 'Delia Cumyle Inrram Plaintiff VB. I! Dated this 17th day of December -
luncheon Mrs. Carlton Chastain and
chil-I'Herbert Lewis Ingram. Defendant i A.D.. 1954 at Starke. Bradford
Johns at the George Washington I Ladles Wool Toppers $9.98; Maxie Carter, Sr. returned home 1 '" dren, and Mrs. T. C. ( Case No. 10-800 I County, Florida.
last Friday. Ladle? Nylon Toppers $11.98 lja Order Of Publication Aad :Sot I 12/17 4t 1/T
Jacksonville ,
Vincent's f
Hotel; at Monday from St. Hos- Hampton, Sheriff and Mrs.! : P. To Appear gtate Of Florida Tor
BOBBIES.Mrs. D'I
Mrs. A. L. Driggers and Mrs. pital where he underwent a minor Reddish and family, Mr. and Herbert Lewis Ingram, whose TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS,
O. B. Dukes of Lake Butler were Lillie Cone of Brooker operation Wednesday of last week. h4V Dewey Warren and family, and Mr. :residence and address is: Route 1,

Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. pent a few days this week with Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. I& jo and Mrs. Bill Tilley and family. Clintwood.You are Virginia required to appear on I S rings,$1.30.Bradford County Telegraph -

and Mrs.J. R. Kelly. her daughter Mrs. M. F. Hazen and family are spending the Christ- I January 17. 1955, in the above I I'I
and Mr. Hazen.
Mrs. Quintn Fillingim and mas holiday week in Poughkeepsie, Has
daughters of Palatka were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold and N. Y. visiting Mr. Yawn's father, Brownie Troop

luncheon guests of Rep. and Mrs. daughter, Jackie, were dinner T. A. Yawn, Sr., and Mrs. Yawn Christmas PartyThe 'I ARE YOU SHORT ON CASH?

Doyle Conner. guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. and their daughter, Pat. ,BUY A
Gift Sets Bath and Kitchen Robert Walker In Lake Butler. Brownie Troop of 16 mem-
and PJ
Night Gowns and Slips SIX MONTHS
Towels. Colored Sheets and Mrs. J. H. Fields visited Mrs. Sets at Bobbies.Mr. bers and 15 mothers and guestsand AUTO POLICYCUT

Illlow Cases. Table Cloths at Charles Fields and new ttby| son and Mrs. V. W. Stricklandand :Mrs. Reiner, leader, enjoyeda ;

Bobbles.Mr. in St. Vincent's hospital on Saturday son, Danny of St. Louis, Mo. Christmas party Tuesday after- YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF

, and Mrs. R. O. Dansby at- : will arrive Saturday to spend the noon at the J. M. Edwards homeon ALSO RECEIVE A PREMIUM

tended the Christmas Canata at Mrs. E. S. Matthews will leave I holidays with Mrs. Strickland's West Madison street.

the Springfield Baptist Church today to the The Edwards home was decorated
spend Christmas holi- I parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt.
l Sunday evening in which their days with her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin of Fort I for the occasion in the Christmas CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY

daughter, Miss Janice Dansby, daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- I McCoy will be Christmas guests I motif complete with a big

participated.Sgt. Lendon, in.Orlando. She will accompany of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Young. I -' hr'Stmas; tree. The scouts ex- ,I 129 W. Call St. Phone 285

and Mrs. D. W. Earnest and I her granddaughter, Miss Mrs. Dora Burton and Charles I changed gifts during the party and

son and daughter of San Francisco,:(Jeannette McLendon, who will Burton of Atlanta are spendingthis ,<:,." they had also made gifts for their I-
Calif, were last Friday guests of stop by Starke on her way home week with their daughter and 4J 0;;.;;:.. mothers.

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen. from FSU, Tallahassee. sister, Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mr. I Hostesses for the party were I

Charles Lawson is in Columbia, Blouses-Ladies and Children at Anderson.Mrs. Santa Claus is busy these days conducting a one-man Investigationinto 'Mrs. O L. Haynes, Jr, Mrs. A. N. i i

S C. Wednesday to Monday where Bobblt'S.I Clyde Scroggins of Ocala tho "wishful wants" of all his young friends. Donna Faxon and HOlliday, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. J-:( 9]jl LIltBfJ

he will be test man in the weddingof I Friends of T. C. Stallings' ll and Mrs. II. T. Strickland of Tal- Catherine Conway make willing witnesses as they eagerly "tell all" Si': .

Alex Stevenson to Miss Frances be glad to know that he is able lahassee arrived Tuesday to spenda in the hope that Santa will render a verdict of "good girls" by filling i I Ii i

Wood on Dec. 18. to: be out after the recent automobile few days with their sister, Mrs.R. their stockings on Christmas Eve. Dedicated To Community Service

Airman 2-c and Mrs. Jerry Lawson accident in which he was> F. Young and Mr. Young. "Moviea Are Better Than E\er" -

will arrive home this weekena seriously injured. Ladies Wool Toppers $9.98;

from Williams Air Force Base, Mrs. :Mayme I. Toomey has returned Ladies Njlon Toppers $11.93 and Mrs. W. B. McAliley I I If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
Rev. Club
Chandler, Ariz. for the Christmas to her home in Starke after at BOBBIES. i Starke Garden
and family left Thursday to attend I cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
holidays. undergoing an operation In St Pvt Edwin E. Conway who Is the wedding of Mrs. McAliley'ssister Meets !Monday NightThe
Vincent's Hospital and spendinga stationed with Btry. C, 12th Tng. I
I Miss Oletha Ivey, to John Fri. Sat. Dec. 17
18
week with her daughter, Mrs. Bn., AAARTC, Ft. Bliss, Texas, Starke Garden Club will I Sun., Mon and Tues.
Robert Hunt of Pensacola. The Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Garcia of BIG Double Feature Dec. 19 20, 21
Ruth Toppins in Jacksonville.Mrs. spent last week with his parents, held in the Galilee hold its December meeting Mon- ,
will be
O. L. Haynes, Sr., Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Conway of wedding church, Graceville Fla. day evening Dec. 20, at 7:30: Camarillo, Calif., are the parentsof
Methodist
A. Davis, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Starke, and with his wife, Mrs. will officiate at the o'clock at the Parish house on a daughter, Stephanie Ann, born 'Till

and Mrs. W. G. Haile attendedthe Lyvonne Conway of the State Rev. McAliley and will be assisted by -arch street The Governing Saturday, Dec. 11. Mrs. Garciais MASSACRE e'siree :
wedding
District 2 meeting of the Farm. Mrs. Conway returned to Rev. Franklin Ivey, cousin of the Board is asked to be present at the former Peggy Caldwell, MARION
U. D. C. in Macclenny on Tues- .Texas with him for an indefinite i 7:15 for a short business meeting. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
will returnto
bride. The
McAlileys l OUt 161tht BRANDO .
Caldwell of the State Farm.
day.
stay After roll call and a short busi-
Starke on Saturday.
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Mrs. Ben Rowland and daughter ness meeting the members will Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw PHL MCRFf a1 tir SIMMONS JEAN
Kay, spent the weekend in I tour the town to see the homesin CARET TOTLER r rirr
the Outdoor Christmas Contest announce the birth of a SON MERLE
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Apalachicola visiting Mr. and Mrs. Seville Thomas Outlaw, on Dec. OBERON _
the club. Mrs. R. H.
sponsored by
! WE'RE Dwight Marshall and family. I dam'
4 in St. Vincent's
Hospital.
Kelly. Mrs. Hood and Mrs. Mc- MICHAEL
Mrs. John Anderson and son, t
Santa Dowall all Melrose will be the RENNIE
of ,
Playing ,
John, were in Jacksonville Thurs Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray are
for the contest. Prizes are
LOADED
\nudges CINEMASCOPEPlus
I day. receiving congratulations on the
$20 for first for second and
: on abudget Mrs. Orie Wiggins was shoppingin $15 1:rth of a son, Mark Terrell Patray, a itwo
Jacksonville Tuesday. $5 for third. Ion Dec. 11 in the Alachua General

? WITH Remember your out-of-town After the tour, members will Hospital. :
WUOK OMEDT Iff DOWd wan WIIWJSarj Plus Stunt Pilot and Latest
....... friends with 75th Anniversary return to the Parish house for re rt SCM Hl t)WVB UKfnfert
j .e. lei b|MUACX lUaOdW) gncM t)HQ t.VO World News
/ e/4444 Editions Wrapped and mailed at freshments. Hostesses will be, Mrs.R. The Starke Maternity Hospital
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....... !no extra: cost.!! 25c each. Brad- F. Young chairman Mrs. R. A. announces the following births AndGUN
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FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILYOur ford County Telegraph Green Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Frazier during the past week: Wed., Thur.-Dec, 2$. 23

Friends of Ewell Lawson will Shaw and Mrs. Vernon Nic- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green, of FURYWith

WADSWORTHprices be glad to learn that he will return hoIg.. Starke, a son, Herbert Adam 7011-:;

home Friday from St. Vincent's Green, Jr.. Dec. 10. Rock Hudson and Reid : .E ti

start at Shelves, Counters and Showcases Are Stocked hospital where he has been con- PresbyterianVomen Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reaves, ctTM CiiiwLepi

With The Largest Array Of Christmas Gifts AvailableIn fined since Wednesday of last r Starke, a daughter, Lu Ann, Dec. Plus Cartoon and Serial

;just 9s Starke In Any Price Range You May Desire 'week. Marvin Lawson is confinedat Met Tuesday NightThe 3. I

$19Give And You He Assured That It Cannot Be Bought Anywhere home with an ulcerated stomach. Mr. and Mrs. Luther' Harper of LOOK LOOK LOOK t

For Less. :Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and Presbyterian Women of the Starke, a daughter, Christine Faith,
Church met Tuesday evening at ,Dec. 10. Sat Morning MatineeA
daughter, Pam, were in Jackson-
Proudly ville shopping on Saturday.Mrs. the Community Club House at Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Roark of e

State Farm for their Christmas Hampton, a daughter, Dec. 15. KartoonscopeRunning
.
All Lines of Cosmetics and Perfumes Irene Johns of Green Cove f
with Circle Two entertaining Mr.
Without and
party Mrs.
PayingA Lloyd Bryan an-
.Springs was the overnight guest 1 hr. 25 min. :
.. Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. L. D.j i Circle One. nounce the tirth of a son, Michael >fo'lttn todnI
Full Stock of Pens Electric Razors v
Fancy Price Green. I The club house was festive with Stephen, on Dec. 1 in Starke Ma- Opening Time 9:3d Imrt DIU i .leu Jar I

Christmas decorations, completewith ternity Hospital. Time 10:00 itreb I1J Ie
Show
Pocket Books and Hundredsof Arriving home for the Christ-
Lighters a big Christmas tree and a -
$1 1 mas holidays with their respective Adults 25c Children 25c .A flLHAUU loiah .
WILL HOLD log fire in the fireplace.At -
Others For Him. families are: Cadet Sgt. Butch THE RIGHT POINT for the
I the beginning of the
programthe Plus "Red Hood RIdes
[Smith from GMC; Florence Brown, way yon write. Come In and select SANTA CLAUS Riding
whole to the
I Ann Johns and Agnes Lawson I group sang "Joy your favorite ESTERBROOH WILL BE HERE TOO Again" Cartoon and Latent News
ANY ARTICLE World, after which Mrs. Louise ,
TOYS CANDIES .. WATCHESWe I '
':from FSU; Idell Landrum from Harden told the storv of the Birthof Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at = IEJIillr= _- :,
[Duke Earl Norman, Keith Red-i
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UNTIL E Christ, followed with prayer by,t
StayOpen Til! 10 P.M. Daily 'dish! Adele Scholl, Patsy Kucera, Mrs. W. S. McAliley. The enter-
I Martha Landrum ;
Kathryn Kelly
tainment committee headed by Mrs.
CHRISTMAS Ann Cressler, Nancy DuPre Lloyo'I
,
r Tommy Mersereau and Mrs. Guy
And 9P.M. On
SundaysFOR Grider, Gene Shaw, Jimmy Red-
I {Andrews led in two games in which
SEE dish, Steve Weldon, Ren-
Sammy For
Mrs. McAliley won the bean game Every Purposes
THOSE WHO WORK LATE
WINDOW DISPLAY
OUR fro, and Jimmie Moncrief, all
prize and Mrs. T. A. Yawn won the
AND BE CONVINCED from U. of F. Johnny
; Kopelousos I
clothes-pin prize. After the games During The Holidays
QUALITY HAS NO and Tommy Slade from Emory at
gifts were exchanged.
.. SUBSTITUTEGem Use Our Lay-Away Plan Oxford; Kaspar Duncan and Billy I Delicious refreshments were E
Cressler J. E. ,
Emory University;
served with Mrs. Andrews
Guy and
Denmark Dental School I YES Gay and beautiful
Emory ;
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell presiding at the
JewelryEd Lewis Haines, Stetson Law School; I silver coffee services. Mrs. Louise.

Virginia Sewell, Fort Lauderdale; 'Harden and Mrs. Pace also assisted flowers can do more than anything

Simpson Pvt. Charley and Garnita Parker'I in serving. During the refresh- 1 r
KOCH DRUG STOREPhone
from Fort tee, Va.; Airman 3-c ments Mrs. John Caldwell of Law- c '' e else to impart that spiritof

The House of Fine DiAmonds'Starke's Charles Jenkins, Lowry Air Force ,,tey sang several Christmas carols.

Base, Denver, Colo.; Airman 3-c r

Leading Jeweler 53 Starke Fla. Jimmy Davis and Airman 3-c Max I i:; -::.--- -- ::: r -. .: r Christmas cheer to the home

Furlong, both from Kessler AirBase

d f Kessler, Miss.; Robert Taylor I } during the holidays. See our
from the University of Wyom 1piwISTAR

J ing, Laramie, Wyo.; Sandra Cham- k
bars from Baylor University, Wa- L KE FLA. tom r wonderful assortment -garden-
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1 ; Henderson arrives from Clarke- Fri., Sat.-Dec. 17 18 fresh at all times.

Warren AFB Cheyenne, Wyo. and Double FeatureSANGAREE
will be home until Jan. 13 when

te reports to Seattle. Wash to

leave for a year's duty in Alaska. With Fernando Lamas, Arlene

oW@.tfQtIekQbLt Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Dahl and Patricia Medina

guests Thursday :Miss Bessie Sapp -And-

and Mrs. Ida Sapp of Raiford; herEon Old Oklahoma PlainsWith FLOWERS FOR GIFTS: Planted Dish Gardens Haeger
Freeman Johns of Lake Butler,
and Mrs. Willie Mae Judd.Don't Rex Allen and Koko Pottery. Cut Flowers of all kinds. Corsages. Flowering Plants.. .

forget Bobbles for your I Plus Chap. 9 of Serial "Batman"and Poinsettias in pots .
a Cartoon for Children
Xmas Gifts.Keystone

Sun., Mon. and Tues. WREATHS: Beautiful ornamental wreaths made to order for the dooror

window. Also CEMETERY WREATHS for remembrance. .
.I -" _. w' ,. Circles Dec. 19.Double 20. 21 holiday .
---' MHJ Feature FLOWERS FOR THE HOME: Lovely centerpieces to grate the holiday

I Only Dodge hvcboffer new L. TRY C IC. I Meet NextVeek Khyber PatrolWith table Cut flowers to brighten every room in the house Nothing
JlA"A-L /
t ,Power-Dome V-8 with 145-hp. 7f"G13.. -. DODGE F I G ee Three circle meetings of the Richard Egan Dawn Addams adds such a note of cheerfulness to the scene as lovely flowers .

most horsepower of earkw / Keystone Heights Community and Patric Knowles

.tonnag truck enginel! l MAX. ill OP UAOINOK 145-hp. u0. 126. 125.Vf.. lIZ* \i Church are scheduled for Monday.Mrs. -And- FLOVERSlRED ANYWHERE AS GIFTS: What better way to
,
-, V.> 1-TON TRUCKS HP. H?. W. I Itopmlest Smith's circle will meet at remember that friend or loved one in a distant part than by using out-

ALSO,world' shortest turning, ... .. the home of Mrs. H. C. Lowtherat Alaska Seas wire service, insuring flowers to arrive there, fresh and bright for Christmas .

cabs, greatest vUIbflfty Ie. W.f U CU. W.DtSrUOMENT.. f alb- 11:00 a.m. Mrs. J. H. Tullis Robert Ryan and Jan Sterling Absolutely no fuss or bother Just phone your order to 218

lowest loading heights... .9 .601 .544,,, -::' .303 ,. will review a chapter of the Mis- Plus Color Comedy for Children and we will do the rest .

itB the lowest) sion Study Book. Luncheon will
yet priced with
t Wed. Thur. Dec. 22 23
..q '-" '. be served. t

"t The Crosby-Stevens circle will Double Feature MEMBER FLOWERS by WIRE Inc. i
have a Christmas Party at the Captain Kidd and
iDOD.GEIlTRUCKS ; home of Miss Cleva Carson with !
The Slave Girl
Mrs.: James Grayson, Co-hostess,
at 1 p.m. With Tony Dexter and Eva Garbor I

1 bSK US ABOUT A BETTER DEAL FOR THE MAN AT THE WHEELHARDY J The ightengale Circle will meetat -AndCome COLO NIAL FLORISTCynthia

the home of Mrs. T. J. Souther- Back

land at 8 p.m. Monday. Insteadof ,

BROTHERS MOTOR CO the usual exchange of gifts, all Little Sheba PHONE 218
the circles voted to ask membersto I Bart Lancaster and Shirley Booth SchmittOwner 402 Nona St.

bring a special Christmas offer-:(.'I Plus Comedy for Children Free Delivery Starke, Fla.

600 TEMPLE AYE. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 69 Ing for the Building Fund of the I
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Newest Model Speedee Checkout PILED HIGH THROUGH 'HIS GREAT
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Gleaming White Self Service Fresh
Meat Cases ,1._ L I I $ .x FOOD MART TO GIVE THE STAftKE
Completely New Fluorescent Lighting -.:
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Fresher-By-Far Fruits and Vegetable Nothing To Buy No Strings Attached
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salt, 12 slices bread. Combine all boiling water, 18 cloves, 2 cups to the agriculture committee this I rustling for some feed. CARD OF THANKSWe the sickness and death of our

Home Demonstration ingredients except bread. Spread sugar, 2 quarts strong tea. year. U. wish to thank the mare loved one Also the many beautiful -
between slices of bread from which Squeeze juice from fruit. Put Maybe it was just a slip of the j
friends and relatives for thei. flowers J A Allen and
;) Notesby crusts have been trimmed. Cut rinds in one quart of boiling water When we went to Starke one day tongue and the speaker might i
I sandwiches into halves or quarters. with cloves and boil for five minutes this week we were excited whenwe have forgotten that an exYankeewas kindness and sympatny through family.

Spiced Tea -(you will considerthis and strain. Add sugar, strongtea found the gate across the present, but anyhow duringthe 1 !
favorite tea recipe. and fruit juices to the water. highway from us barricaded, and
DOROTHY ROSS your week two natives were talkingto
Contributed by Mrs James Lewis). Serve hot in teacup. Serves 12 knew that the calf Rusty had got- Sam and
one of them said.
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Home Demonstration AgentThe 2 lemons, 3 1 15. ten out, and someone had taken
quart
oranges "Well, just between us Crackers f GIFT l I IK
I I the time and trouble to put her ." Anyhow, Sam sure did BOXES
back in. Now we know that out
holiday season is a time meals serve Ruby Red Tomato appreciate the compliment.ALL .
reighbors.Lee Green and Jay
friends get to- Soup starring your home canned
when families and SOIL CONSERVATION !Eunice, did us the good favor, and
fellowship, fun and tomatoes! Serve steaming hot NAVEL PINEAPPLE PINK'
for !
gether j we certainly do appriciate it. How
customs are from a soup tureen or large bowlat TY1T..8 OF
food. Traditional to meet the needs of to- the table..Warm the bowl before N-E-W-S I good it makes you feel when f Oranges Oranges Grapefruit &
adapted does deed! 1
someone
you a good PEST CONTROL ,
in the Float \}
day. And holiday meals go right you pour soup. [ s
around the. "Basic Seven" Wheelof thin slices of lemon or lime on By Bill Haas By Fast Express Guaranteed Delivery F,
top of the soup. t With 11 head of cows and doggone TERMITESHousehold K
Good Eating. '
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION little had to start
Here is a menu for Christmas :Mustard Greens (or other grass we Commercial fI FINESTtQUALITY SELECTED SIZES fI
cutting down so our first
was
dinner that will delight everybody! greens) are such good food! They SERVICE to butcher Peanut the little step pint-I GROVE SPRAYING' : TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVEMARTIN'S I
that for
Baked Turkey I give you pretty green sized calf that looked to be only CaD for estimate

Broiled Grapefruit jour color scheme. big as a goat. However, when we Florida Pest Control ,

Cranberry Jelly Whole Kernel Corn is like a potof 54 A Good Year In Bradford SCS place in the list of conservation had the job done we discovered FRUIT SHOP f

Corn O'Brien gold from your freezer or pan- With the end of 1954 only a few I practices which District Cooperators that we had about 125 pounds of & Chemical Co.

Savory Dressing try. Add chopped green pepper and weeks off the Bradford Soil Con- are applying to their land in very tender meat, so little Peanutis 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035 North Temple Avenue i i.o
pimento to make Corn O'Brien if
Giblet Gravy servation District has already com- a program designed to use every coming in very handy after all. Gainesville, Fla.
Buttered Green Beans you want to get in that Christmas pleted an outstanding year in the acre within its capability and Alice very busy grinding meat in ,
Salad color scheme.
Honey Spiced Pear work of conserving our natural re- treat it according to its needs for her meat chopper- pickling the .. .
Butter Glazed Sweet Potatoes -.0. -.0
Hot Rolls Honey sources. ,protection and improvement. i tongue, making corned beef, ana ;sJ
Milk the American so to-
Coffee Early popular J I Sam recuperating from a sliced
Pumpkin Pie day! Add bits of candied orange, f The Board of Supervisors, which During the first 11 months of
finger the result of a bone cut
lemon or grapefruit peel for a is composed of V. R. Ferguson I 1954, farmers cooperating with
ENTERTAINING
when he was cutting up the car- GIVE HIM A
Tea [festive touch. Chairman, Lloyd Green Vice Chair- the District have planted 929 acres -
Spiced cass. We're getting to feel like
nan Foster Shi Smith, J. B. White! of pasture, bringing the total of
Sandwiches A bowlful of besides beingan ;
jelly
Turkey Celery real farmers, now that we have
and Zedra Hamilton, is doing an improved pasture to 2,991 acres.
Buttered Nuts Before
Cookies appropriate "Night
Sugar handled the butchering job from
You might want recipes for Christmas" dish is nice for a light outstanding Job in their untiring Forestry is also playing an important start to finish.

some of these holiday dishes. Re- dessert after a heavy dinner. Spoon efforts to see that all the peoplein part. This year Cooperators .
be obtainedby cubes lime into Bradford County are acquaintedwith : of the District have established -
cipes and bulletins may shivery of gelatin Practicalr
Getting more information on
woodland management -
to them
available a program
the services
the Home Demonstration sherbet from bowlat
contacting glasses a large
irrigation, and the more we investigate -
Soil Con- on 48,424 acres, which bringsthe
through the Bradford
will welcome
Agent. We the table. Want a red and green
total of 56,209 acres under a the more convinced we be-
servation District. George Huggins
recipes from you, too. color scheme? Make cherry or
County Agent, is Secretary to the system of protection and that we are making the
Broiled Grapefruit gives a nice: strawberry gelatin, cut in cubes rright
Of since
the for increased production step. course we
added touch at breakfast or din- and put in the bowl with the lime Board and through his efforts management
started to do about it,
something Gift
Board is kept up to date with activities of woodland products.One
ner. Cut grapefruit in half, cut gelatin. Chilled soft custard is good it has rained twice but that is not
out core and separate sections trickled over the gelatin. of the other Soil Conser- of the outstanding soil con- going to stop us. We've been

from the membrane. Put a tea- Turkey or Chicken Celery Sand- :vation State Districts throughout the servation practices that is beingused through a lot of dry spells.
spoon (or more to suit taste) of wich is one way to use left-over, is planting a soil buildingcover *
sugar or honey in the center of turkey. Use one cup chopped cooked I A factor which is expected to crop on row-cropland. This
MEN'S CLOTHINGArrow
Did some work in the berry HE'LL APPRECIATE
the grapefruit half. Broil until chicken or turkey, one cup fine- have: an effect in speeding up con- practice, and not burning off ol.
this week,
sugar is melted and fruit is hot. ly chopped celery, one tablespoon servation work on the land is the cropland, is increasing per acre i patch mostly re-setting
skips and hoeing, and generally
Serve hot finely chopped green pepper, 1-3 continued realignment of the Soil yields of the farm land in the! .

To add twinkle to your holiday cup mayonnaise, 1-4 teaspoonHUNDREDS Conservation Service. The realign- county. speaking "fussing around" Until ... Socks ... Buck-
Interwoven
ments are it the frosts this week, we had a Shirts ... Botany Ties
making possible to
t' Increased interest by landowners '
have technical additional personnel for in the concerted conservatior I!scattering fruit, but of now bloom we know and some we won't green Skein Jackets ... Shoes ... Botany Pants ... Curlee Suits

farmers. on-site assistance to program carried on by Bradforc I have any berries by Christmas. Hanes UnderwearAt
Soil Conservation District promise s; The
plants are growing slowly;
Development of improved pas- even greater accomplishments ir I they need fertilizer and we're going Prices You Can AffordAlvarez
ture has continued to hold a high\1954, Chairman Ferguson assertsTTyTffTffTTTfTTTTTfTfTffffTTTfTTTyffTTTfTt. to apply this week, if possible. ,

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of details are managed and economic 1 ?????? t Got a bag of 30 per cent cotton-

ally attended that only a trained and seed range pellets for our poor
Ie hungry cows this week, and we're Store
careful organization can attend when FARMER'SDIARY them
doling out the way a doctor
the urgent need for serving is at gives medicine. Trouble is that

hand I they like them so much that they

hang around the gate waiting for Established 1894

DeWITT C. JONES I I. more, instead of getting out-and
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Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. ItYI The author will be glad to receive -
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Funeral Director: Service the activities of farmers In ,
Bradford County. Suggestions may ,I ., ">, .' .'..
Our local funeral home enable 03 to offer convenience sad be left at the Telegraph office or f'. .3. '" <' I

errtcea not otherwise available. mailed to Sam BlcOarrey, Lawtey, I I ;; ... .
By Sam I, "
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W. furnish the highest type service at II lowest prices, and t....... .. ...... ............1, \I ,,'-> ,<,

accept ANT life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANY Saw a flock of robins this week, imagine that it did some damage i ,' '

company u payment In part or la full on a funeral. and promptly told them that there to other folks' greens.
Consultation carries no obligation. was not much use waiting around I, _

t --- I 61 I 666 6 1 1 6 I J this area for berries, because there'e were all set for this cold $< '., '
have been so few planted. But the wave, with plenty of firewood we: I

pert little rascals paid us "no had gathered with Mack Griff '.
never mind" as if it was just over near Cypress Pond. ti t-
We got l <
Yankee propaganda and promised three carloads of fatwood in one i '' ....;.-
Santa Says. to visit us later in the season. Hope afternoon, and could have gotten II!I ;', I

1 they lose their way. a lot more if old Nellie Belle, our I

f r lt : faithful station wagon, could have
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GIVE THE GIFT I '! This week, right after we had toted it out for us. We found I

g !:S I that miserably cold bitting rain, some bushes with red, and some I"i
I we were talking about it to a with yellow berries. Mack
called 1
neighbor:: and said that weather them ,'
I THAT KEEPS "Singletary berries.
t.1!l-Ke that usually turned to snow up .
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NPth Our neighbor snorted, and Went to Lawtey this
week to
ION .aid: "It's too cold to snow!" have talk

I GIVING. t!: j I Later Billy a Matthews with and our was Congressman glad that I II I I .,. ',_,_

.., in the week we had a real we took the time, for we had a ,;?
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"white frost" and it took a nip at good ,
meeting with him. ,
aNew
Billy ', ,
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everything, ourselves included. It sounds as though he \ y < < :: (
C LAYS AWAY\ has the in-
$10 9 d'dn't do us any harm, except to trests of farmers at heart ana
slow down our berries, but we told us that he may be I Dodij o. vitoo Royal Lacer with Dramatic 3-Ton Styling.

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yvyvy T V TTTTT TTT VT TTY TYTTTT TTTYY YTTTTYTYTTTTTYNEWS fourth Tuesday. All patrons are April 10, 1910 in Birmingham Ala. Notice To Appear.To !unknown heirs, devisees, legatees Starke. Florida. residence and address la: Unknown
asked to attend. was converted under Rev. H. J. : Sue Petrow whose residenceand grantees assignees creditors and and file the original la the office of Tou are hereby notified that a
COLORED address is: 231 E. 96th Street, all other parties claiming by the Clerk
OF INTEREST TO of the Circuit Court on suit for divorce, custody and controlof
Thurston Elementary School will Elount and Joined Mt. Moriah New York, New York. through, under or against him; If before the minor children and restorationof

OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy have P. T. A. and Hobby Club Methodist Church, Starke. He departed You are hereby notified that a James H. Voss and wife Lillian W. 27 day of December IJ54; maiden name
CITIZENS suit for FosS, Ervin B. Whitney, David Floyd otherwise the allegations of sale has been filed against yon to the
Monday after the third Sundayin this life on Dec. 6 after an Divorce. custody control and and wife Bell A. Floyd James A. Comolalnt will he taken as confess- above named Court and cause and

Ozora Johnson, Editor each month. S. C. Price, Prin illness of more than five years. He support of minor child Sherman, and Albert E. Miller and id by yow you are required to serve a copy of
has been filed against you in the wife Vesta Miller, if alive and if This notice shall be published your answer or pleading to the complaint -
AAAAAAAi .cipal. leaves to mourn his loss a devoted above named Court and cause and any .f said defendants be dead, the one each week for four eon.ecutlv on the Plaintiffs Attorney
-1 II A A i A ALLAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wateroak school will have its wife and a host of relatives and you are required to serve a copy of unknown heirs, devisees legatees.grantees. weeks la the Bradford County Tele. T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida
your answer or pleading to the complaint assignees creditors, and graph.
and file the
original In the office
Calling all news! We are asking 1 lahassee, Daytona Beach and Christmas Dinner on Wednesday, friends. on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. all other parties claiming by, Dated this 22 day of November, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB

all church reporters and chairmen :some of the local citizens of Dec. 15, at 8 p. m. All patrons are Regular services will be held Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. through, under, or against such defendants 1954. or before the 27 day of December<
and file the original In the office of SEAL Charles
are dead; Woodlawn OFFICIAL ) A. Daroj 1954
of public relations to get the news ,Starke. asked to attend. A special pro ,Sunday with Rev. John Groover the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Syndicate as and its unknown succes- Clerk of the Circuit Court said;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken a> of

to the editor not later than noon I Giving gram will be rendered which wili in charge. The Youth Day, led by or before the 3 day of January. :ors, trustees stockholders and By Marian L. Crosby', Deputy< Clerk teased by you. cen-
1954 otherwise the allegations of 1I/2S 4t 12/17
;
Monday. Corner Pine & George Mrs. Marguerite Hall sends a big include the Christmas Carols anda ,Mrs. Louis Broxton and Mrs. E.I said Complaint will be taken as confessed -'der>ther it;claimants Mary K.by.You through ells. if or alive un-, once This each notice week anal for four T>e consecutive published

Streets. 'Thank you" to all the newly enrolled "' talk on the "Meaning of Christ Givens, was a great success. Many i by you and If dead her unknown heirs, devisees NOTICE TO APPEAR weeks In the Bradford County Telefraph. -
This notice shall be published grantees, assignees In Circuit Cel&rt. Bradford C.uty .
legatees
members of the Junior Rea mas." E. C. Roberts, principal. thanks to all visitors and friends once each week for four consecutive and all other parties I
creditors,
still leads in Florida IB Ckaaeery. Dated this 2J day of November,
Givens paper
John Cross. She feels that you did a Lawtey Training School will who took part, and the membersfor weeks In the Bradford County Tele- claiming by, through under or Valeria Cole Ingram, Plaintiff, vs. 1954.

ales. Again he is the carrier of have its annual Christmas Tree on graph. against her; Raley-IUmby Company William Frank Ingram. Defendant (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
I. your '
It be that John marvelous job, and so do generous support. Dated this I day of Dec., 1954. a corporation and its Unknown Case No. 10-777 Clerk of the Circuit Court
week.
the may About the Christmas Seal Sale Friday, Dec. 17. The Principal and Christmas Program (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj' successors trustees, stock- Xetlce To Appear. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
of all Clerk of the Circuit Court
Givens will be in charge Mrs. Kite is anxious to congratulate faculty wish all of you a "Merry I To Aid Building Fund Py Marian L. Crosby., DeDuty Clerk holders..._, .. .,., .and._ nn"Ar other If.claimants'l.f V R..If'V by To: William Frank Ingram. whose 11 Zi 4t 12111That'8
- V. "' -
carriers during the holiday period.He New ''I Of : 1234t 12(24 : t"Th : h'is
The 3.000 voluntary associations Christmas and a Happy Bethlehem Baptist I J t !I. B. Hamby and wife I '
seems to be very dependableand you. A beautiful Emma M. Hamby. if alive, and if
honest. John is a classic example -. organized to fight tuberculosis Year C. C. Anderson, principal. Christmas program NOTICE TO APPEAR .any of said defendants be dead, the
,I in the United States Church News will be presented at the Bethlehem In Circuit Court, Bradford County. unknown heirs. devisees legatees I ? Our Business
of the person who is Floridat la Chancery. assignee, creditors, and
granteeD
Church Free Will 0
I Bethel Church
New Baptist Baptist on
"thankful for the little things." will conduct their annual Christmas Roberta O'Neill. Plaintiff, vs. all other parties claiming by I L.A3 JV2r7If/ It's Glass We Have It!
I Seal Sale from Nov. 2i with its friendly minister and Christmas Day, Dec. 25, at 7:30p. Francis O'Neill, Defendant. through, under or against such defendants '-
Ttat is the type of spirit that I members invite you to worship with m. The impressive story of the I Case No. 10-785 as are dead: Matanzas Investment \ CALL WRITE or VISIT
or a Lincoln. through December this year. Notice To Appear' Company, and its unknown
makes Washington
a them each Sunday. Christ Child will be enacted b1 To: Francis O'Neill whose residence successors, trustees, stockholders,
Keep up the good work, John. The design of the Christmas' children and adult members of' and address is: c/o Superintendent and other claimants. by. through. or I Joe Peters Glass Co.

Christmas Carol & PageantThe Seals to raise money for the fight HIS YOKE IS EASYby Bordertown Reformatory, under it; J. F. Morrison, if alive
the church and a cordial invitationis Sordentown, New Jersey. and if dead, his unknown heirs, de \ 'iF

glee club of R. J. E. sang against tuberculosis changes ever} REFREDDIE L. MAXWELL extended to the general public You. are hereby notified that a visees. legatees, grantees, aSSlgnees'1 FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Starkeon This a sheet of seals suit for creditors and all other
the city of year. year We
Carols over Design Modem Store Fronts
It was Sunday, Dec. 5, when the and members of other colored Divorce, custody and control of claiming by. through under' or I
Wednesday, Dec. 15. The Elementary shows rows of children holding Fla. and vicinities churches of Starke and vicinity. A minor child I against him O. W. Welch if alive, Just Mail Us A Pattern for
of the school hands among brightly lighted city of Starke, has been filed against you In the and It dead his unknown heirs, deviseeS -
department sparkled and dazzled beneath a free will offering will be taken at above named Court and cause and legatees, grantees, assignees, Table Tops
bad their Christmas Play at New Christmas Trees.Tuberculosis you are required to serve a copy of creditors and all other parties claim-
this for the benefit the
'Riathfl Bantist Church Monday I is not hereditary.It .I clear blue sky. The Meridian Sui& time of your answer or pleading tC' the complaint Ing by, through, under or against 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353
-- -- beamed its golden rays, upon this building fund. It is planned to on the Plaintiff's Attorney him: Jeff Davis, if alive, and if

Dec. 13, while the senior group is caused by a germ, the tuber- start work on a new church build T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida dead his unknown heirs, devisees
busy area.
Appeared Thursday night, Dec. 16. cle bacillus. It can be cured. We It is believed by this writer that ing soon after the first of the year. and file the original in the office of legatees and grantees all other assignees parties claiming creditors .-

The group was under the directionof are not selling seals in our schools of the Rev. Louis McKay of Hampton is the Clerk of the Circuit Court on by. through under or against him;
the
Pierce and E. Minott School childrento agricultural projects or before the 3 day of January AND ALL OTHER PERSONS HAVING DRAPES -
F. but we are asking the area, profit greatly by this most pastor of the Church. The announcement 1954; otherwise the allegations of OR CLAIMING ANT RIGHT. -

will close for the holidays on Friday take them home and bring backa favorable weather condition. But, of the special program said Complaint will be taken as TITLE. LIEN OR INTEREST IN OR

Dec. 17, and what fun the donation from their parents. Our Heavenly Father's vineyard is made by Solomon New confessed This notice by you.shall be publishedonce TO LANDS THE situate FOLLOWING and lying DESCRIBED in Brad- SLIP COVERSREUPHGLSTERING ....

kids will have shopping! Give generously one year from which the golden of man, Senior Deacon and chairmanof each week for four consecu. ford County, Florida to-wit:
who upon sun-rays: tive weeks in the Bradford County PARCEL I Lots 16, 17, 18 and 31
Bridal ShowersOn today, about 110,000 people rightousness, prosperity and spirituality -I the Board of Trustees. Telegraph. in Woodlawn, Section 29, Township ..

Thursday evening, Dec. 9, are healthy today will have tuber beamed, were the greater I Dated this 1 day of Dec., 1954. 5 South Range 22 East. .
'O5'S'ICIAT.SRALI:: Cm.,'!.. 1 n*.K.. T.>.".Rlif. IT Turn nrrftn in Southeast
life --- ---- -- -- ------ -
tride-elect Maurice Jenkins wa culosis. Give now, for the recipient and sparkled in a much I ---'Clerk"or'the Circuit Court ; o ej.Or Lot 14 a'd all Lots

honored with a shower at the Har you save may be your own.P. higher degree of brilliance.W. NOTICE O* INTENTION TO By Ma Van L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 15. 19, 20, 21, 30 and 32 in Wood-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME, 12/3 4t 12(24 lawn Section 29, Township 6, S BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
mon residence. The hostesses Included T. A. & Hobby Club "ChitChat"The J. Strong, pastor of Ebenezer Notice Is hereby given that the South Range 22 East, excepting ELEGANT STYLING

Mesdames Dell, Watson, following persons will head Missionary Baptist Church, and undersigned under the provisions of NOTICE TO APPEAR therefrom road right-of-way as
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. I. Circuit Court Bradford described In that certin deed' PERFECT TAILORING
Green. Little, Mumford Wilson and up the P. T. A. and Hobby Club of Rev. A. Vinson, pastor of New Acta of 1941 will register with the Florida In Chancery. County dated February 11, 1927, and recorded -

Harmon. The gifts included choice Brooker Elementary School: Carrie Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, .Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Maria Fernandez Plaintiff. \s in Deed B'ook n, Page
536, et Public Records of Call Peg at 239 for Advice and
for Bradford County State of Florida eofilo Fernandez, Defendant.Case seq.
and
elections from crystal, china Mabry, president, Linnie Kelly both of which are located in upon receipt of proof of publica- No. 10-788 Bradford County, Florida. ;

silver the bride's pattern and many secretary. According to principal Starke, invited us to worship with tion of this notice the fictitious Notice To AppearTo You and each of you are hereby A Free Estimate

other beautiful assorted and miscellaneous A. Moffett, B. J. Kelly is the president them on that day. We spent the name are of engaged United Plastics in business under at whichwe 3SO evidence: Teofilo and address Fernandez is: c/o, whose Cruz, notified been filed that in a the Bill Circuit of Complaint Court has of

gifts. A delicious repast of P. T. A. There will be a entire day with two wonderful Temple Ave., Starke Fla. That the 413 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, Bradford County, Florida, in Chancery I

was served.On meeting of the Hobby Club on Jan- ministers of the Gospel of Christ are parties: interested in .aid business New You York.are hereby notified that a Gertie, by Browning Gertie individually Miles formerly and CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

Monday Dec. 20. the Delta uary 14 at New River. All patrons and their fine churches.At Jos. H. Arnold, Box 9S3. Starke, suIt for as Administratrix of the Estate of

Sigma Zeta Chapter of the Zeta are asked to come out. New Bethel I attended Sun !!Fla.Maryon B. Arnold. Box 983, Starke, minor Divorce child custody and control of Rachel Plaintiff Browning and against you deceased and each as Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin

Phi Beta Sorority. Inc. of Gaines- R. J. E. Hobby Club will meet on day School and it was a great Fla.Dated ,has been filed against you In the of you as defendants; that the nature -
of said suit Is to and Starke Fla.
quiet
this 3rd day of December, above named Court and cause and ,
ville, will honor Soror Jenkins Thursday, Jan. 13, according to an school session. To my ultimate A.D.. 1954 at Starke, Bradford. you are required to serve a copy of confirm the title of plaintiff, Gertie

with a shower at the home of i announcement from president Dell surprise, I met a good Christian County, Florida. your answer or pleading to the Miles, formerly Gertie Browning,,

Johnson in Starke She is all loyal patrons to 12/3 4t 12(24 complaint on the PlaIntiff's individually and as Administratrix \ .
Soror Ozora asking I '
friend of mine from many years of the Estate of Rachel Frowning.ee 8 '-- < -- h '
the crusade for Attorney. T. ._Frank Landurm, .., .,. .... a..v.. 1,5,. aa .. ;::: .t :__ =-: -J- _.; .
This will be a "Blue and White'miscellaneous come out and Join Vioriitrhrt i iq the teaoher of the siame, loriaa, '-
shower. Guests wiL School Beautification! s-in-ihi- -When'1 IB Circuit Court Bradford County, ind file the original In the officef I r-sl ple'tu ;; a7.dvu are required -
1.
No. 1 I to appear and serve a copy of\
Floridat la Chancery. () the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr
include members of the sororitj Hampton Training School will first I met this fine gentleman ]Mathilda Hoogestraat. Plaintiff, vs. (> before the your answer and pleadings on Plaintiff's -

from Jacksonville, Gainesville Tal have P. T. A. each second ana at that time was an outstanding Herman Hoogebtraat Case Defendant.No. 10-779 t otherwise 3 day of the January allegations, 1955; of said whose attorney address' is A. J.Starke Thomas, Florida, Jr., MONEYFor

and church t Complaint will be and to file the original of your
taken
., business man judicious Notice 'io Appear as con
-
pleading in the office of
answer or
-- .- -.FW _...-- ,- _.- -',. man, the same as he is today in the To Herman Hoogestraat. whose fessed This by notice you. shall be published the undersigned Clerk of Circuit
residence and address is: Unknown.
city of Starke. He. of whom I You are hereby notified that a once each week for four consecutive Court on January 3. 1955. otherwise
the of said
allegations complaintwill
weeks in the Bradford '
7.Piece I speak is George Littles, deacon of suit for graph. County Tele- be taken as confessed by you.

I New Bethel Baptist Church and Divorce minor childrenhas custody and control of Dated this 1 day of Dec., 1954. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that that help you need, see Marion
this Order of Publication and No-
proprietor of Little's Grocery. been filed against you In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby tice be forthwith published once Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
above named Court and
and
The 11 o'clock a. m. worship at cause By Marian L. each week for four consecutive
: LIVING ROOM you are required to serve a copy of Crosby. Deputy Clerk weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Those friendly people are there, especially
I Bethel was moved by the spirit- your answer or pleading to the complaint ___ 12/3 4t 12(24 a duly qualified newspaper
on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. to help with cash those who are in
uals generated by the thrilling NOTICE TO APPEAR published in said County. I
Frank Landrum, Starke Florida
,
WITNESS my hand and official. need of $25.00 to $300.00 Monthly Budget
la Circuit Court Bradford County,
Gospel songs which rolled from and file the original In the officeof .
seal at Starke Bradford Bounty,
the Clerk of the Florida I. rJo8DHr,. Loans 30 Loans.
Group Youth Circuit Courton Florida, this December 3, 1954 I on Payday day
I the golden voices of its or before the 27 day of Decem- Edward E. Thomas Plaintiff, vs.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Chas. A. Darby,
Choir. The pastor asked me to deliver ber, 1954; otherwise the allegationsof ant.Irene Carrie belle Thomas Case Dt'fE'nd-1' Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Call Marion Finance Co. and make your

the message for the morning. confessed said Complaint by you. will be taken as I '>utce' To Appear I ford County. Florida. application. Then Come in, and get the
12/3 it 12/24
While elation and spirituality took This notice shall be published To: Irene Carriebelle Thomas in
once each week for four consecutive whose residence and address is: Un- Cash one trip.
Phone 80 Starke. Fla. $119.95 NOTICE TO APPEAR
[charge of me, I did so. known.
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
IB Circuit liradlord ,.
Court Con "
You are hereby notified tbat a The Credit requirements
It thrilled me to the utmost, to suit for Florida In ChanceryCornelius are very
Dated this 23 day of November '
1 Sofa Bed learn of the comfort and ease, 1954. Divorcehas Anna )< Petrucelli Plaintiff, va liberal. 5.3
Petrucelli, Defendant
with which Pastor Vinson and IUFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby been filed against you In he Case No. 10-778
1 Coffee Table Clerk of the Circuit Court bove named Court and cause tnd
1 Platform Rocker Notice To '
New Bethel Church promote the By' Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk you are required to serve a copy of Appears
To: Anna Petrucelli. whose' residence
your answer or pleading tr the f MARION FINANCE COMPANY
[ of Christ. ---
great program They and address is: 35-37 FVdf"r :
complaint on the Fiat flltf'iAttorney
2 End Tables
In Circuit Court. Bradford County :
2 Table
Lamps Street, New York. N. T.
Each officer
[operate on a budget. Florida In Chancery. T. A. Yawn Starke,
You are hereby notified that a
contributes to the Sunday School Mary H. Fredrickson, Plaintiff vs. Florida suit for 218 West University Ave.
and file the original In the office 01
Carl E. Fredrickson, Defendant.
$1 per Sunday. Each member of she Clerk of the Circuit Court nn Divorce, custoi/, control and ,I
Case No. 10-781 support of minor child Phone 5333 P. 0 Box 446
the entire church contributes in Order Of Publication And Notice ToApp.ar or otherwise before the the 3 day of January. 1955; nas been filed against you in the ; Gainesville
allegations ot said
proportion to the budget agreed Carl E. State Fredrickson Of Florida whose To residence Complaint will be taken as confessed above named Court and cause and !
by ., vou are required to serve a copy of ..
upon. Rallies and taxations theydo You and are address required is to Unknown.appear on This yo notice shall be published I, rour !answer or pleading to the I i'2to"M'.!O-4-, ;' '!, tS'n.P ._-K"--- 't1;<:- ,,:.>...._. =_"-.-n---_- :.-- .'or, -- .--h.-...n'. -'h;
-omplaint
'he Plai'tlf'sAttorney
not have at anytime. Church on I
each week
once for four consecutive
January 3, 1955, in the above named T. Frank Landrum
weeks In the Bradford County Tela._
business Court and .
meeting wherein
only once per cause plain- n
tiff seeks divorce. graph -.
year. The $10,000 edifice in which Bradtora Dated this 27 day of November,
county.telegraph! shall
hev now worship: is free of debt. publish this Order In next four 1S54..OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby -

r \\ hi-n its foundation was laid 72 weekly Issues. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Witness hand
my and official seal
1" -, days later, progress of the structure at Starke, Florida, this November By Marian I* Crosby Deputy r.IArk

had advanced to the stage 26, 1954. 12/3 4t 12(21
.
OFFK-'IAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
that they (the congregation) be- Clerk of said Court NOTICE TO APPEAR GTtis C1Uh11t1 uJrwt
!a Circuit Court Bradford .
gan worshipping within its edifice. Ry Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Count
Floridai In
: Chaucer
Martin J. Pearl. 264 Smith Building,
.. Laboring with Christ is easyat I Jacksonville 2, Florida. Caterina Greco Plaintiff, >"s. Salvatore -
Attys. for Plf 12/3 4t 12/24 Greco, Defendant.Case .
New Bethel
Baptist Church.
No. 10-787
:: Observing with interest the joy Notice To Appear.'
NOTICE To: Salvatore Greco whose residence -
with which this people work in Notice is hereby given that the and address is: Via ricarbuto

our Heavenly Father's vineyard, partnership' heretofore subsisting No. 13, Bagherla Palermo Italy.
between' the undersigned, Doyle E. You are hereby notified :hat a
I'm remSfced
of a saying in the
Conner and James Lucian Conner, suit for
Bible "Take my yoke upon you, heretofore engaging In the General Divorce
Insurance Business at Starke, Flor- has been filed against you In the I
and learn of me for my yokeis ida, under the firm and style of above named Court and cause and

easy, and my burden is light.' "Conner Bros. Insurance Agency"has you are required to serve a copy of. I "
Similar To Above Photo All Items Not Shown %
been dissolved by mutual your answer or pleading to th /
consent '-
The 7.30: p. m. service at Ebene- as and from the 1st day of complaint on the Plaintiff
.
.. --" .. '" p December. 1954. Attorney T. Frank Landrum 'I
All debts
with due
to
-i- .c zer, its fine pastor and congregation -
.. Starke. Florida
and
-- --- -- - owing by the said late firm
was interesting. Th' will be received and paid respectively and file the original In the officef I

choir at this church stirred the by Doyle E. Conner' who will the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,' !
-I continue to carry on the said business or before' the ( ; J.'HJTIIRE
souls of all 3 of January, 1955
present. Pastor Strong under the s-tyle or firm of day ; 'I

I'd like to putr \,asked me to give the Gospel message "Doyle Dated E.this Conner 4th Insurance day of December Agttacy", otherwise Complaint will the auexaiivua be taken as">r con said I

for the evening. In great A.D., 1954.SignE'd. teased by you. I

tranquility, I did so. So, having ( ) Doyle E. Conner This notice shall be published I
McCullodi I (Signed) James Lucian Conner' nce each week for four coneecu-
i'Athis
; been convinced with pleasure that 12/10 4t 12/31 .Ive weeks In the Bradford County .

____ the two most distinguished Telegraph ELECTRICAL .GIFTS
divines
f ,
Dated this 1 day of Dec., 1954. .
I with whom it was my good privi- ia Clrrnlt luaU, Bradford County, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Florida la ChanceryJeannette Clerk of the Circuit Court C arc rtallj approved,because they keep.*p'if
lege to move and work with on I Gagnon. Plaintiff. Ber- Clerk -
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy deaa efficient
this day are master builders tin Gae-nnn_ _. Defendant: 1/2, .t.. ",_.. 365 days a ycullicy're ,practical
on n- --- -- -- 4
Case No. 10-737 e- ...and vauiotfj$ cheap to operate!
the wall of our Heavenly Master's Order Of Publication And Motire To .
+ ::"!' i''Kingdom. I think it quite appropriate .Vppean State of Florida Tot In The' Circuit Court Of Florida.
.. .w __ Bertin Gagnon. whose residenceand Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And
to collectively com end them For Bradford County.In .
'li.J; address is: Oak Grove Park, P. .
f .J: '.to a Bible saying: lam doing a O. Dox 36, Plain*ille, Conn. Chancery -44
Tou are required to appear on Gertie Miles, Formerly Gertie v SUu'J
great work, so that I cannot come Jan. 10 1955. in the above named Browning Individually and as .1. 'St

F down. (Neb. 6:3)) Court and cause wherein plaintiff Administratrix of the Estateef STLJMPEVsde ': : tv$1C.
'
seeks divorce. Rachel Browning. Deceased. O'

Mt. Moriah M. E. Church Bradford County Telegraph shall Plaintiff, dd1 wrltc hi ap'
'
publish this Order in next faur vs. ... here" tC _
$t : S Obituary weekly Issues. Donald L. McKay, et al. S thC spaceS O

Members and friends witnessed I Witness my hand and official seal Defendants out LB
ORDER OF PIBLICATION AMINOTICE ',
I the graveside funeral services of I II at 4, 1954 Starke. Florida this. December : TO 'PP. .\R : cccifcrs

I Irvin Bonds on Sunday, Dec. 12 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
,
Donald L. McKay, if alive and if
under ::
Clerk of Said CourLRv
yourChristmas at Jonesville, Fla He born :
was Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk dead his unknown heirs, devisees, :=
legatees. grantees. assignees, cred-
4 -
Samuel W.
Getzen P. O. Box 81,
r itors and all other parties claiming
Gainesville Fla.
Tree Attys for Pit. 12/10 4t 12/31 by, through, under or against him 1 i Ii t utaa1k% _
: Otto Lachenmyer, also known at.
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Otto Lochenmyer, if alive, and If _
I Christmas present that would! please any !NOTICE TOn APPr.'R dead his unknown heirs, devisees I
Circuit Coart. Bradford Coaaty legatees, grantees, assignees
man who cuts timber! It's the latest in chain saws, Florida la Ckaarcry. :itors and all other parties cred-I
John Petrow, PlaIntiff. vs. Sue Pet- :by. through, under
or
against ;
the new McCuHoch! Model 33-B. This rugged light : JUST ONE row. Defendant. Case No. 10-784 Thomas Dixon If alive. if

weight ting of chain saws cuts dean and fast in FRIGIDAIREMade ( I. _

pulpwood! small timber or for farm chores. i ___

And it's so easy to buy it pays for itself in : only by General I __J; I

the time and I Motors Corp. AU other MOVKNGI :: :::
money, energy Electric ,I =:: ::: I
it saves you. Let Santa put $ | if C fill F. O. B. Refrigerators are = I II
FactorHere's made by ether I !
one under your tree. I / JV V / companiesand -- !
cannot use the word I I LOCAL S ': ?rt' !
Safe 5-
Set tu now for tit Plugt Cut Bow Attachftnf Frigidaire. I OR PHONE I A ; __________- !

for Models 33, 47 and 430. S DependableEconomical TJestet- _

LONGDISTANCE 311 e. ..
Oregon Chain available foe all mates of chain saws. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE S -. 1 :
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Do your Christmas shopping early ? ? R. B. Alvarez OR C-- I ;
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I Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J .. ", !

FLORIDA! SAW COMPANY THEN SEE Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. I
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2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville. Fla. E. H. SMITHTenth 1
SEE YOUR DEALER! r. Tvl&.

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and Temple Av'e. ( FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY : !
N. Marion St. Phone 1675
927
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BRADFORD COUNTY 1TLEORAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE) NINSEVERGREEN
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17. 19M .
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were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. !children of Jacksonville spent the
WOODLAWN MISSIONARY school there. They will get a two
Methodist ChurchSunday At The Tabernacle BAPTIST CHURCH weeks' vacation for Christmas but Jackson and family at Starke,j weekend with relatives and were

e ens 10 am Sunday School, 11 &.In. they won't try to come home as it Sunday. i'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
Miss Isabelle Hall, missionaryfrom
Dec. 19 Sunday preaching 6:15: BTU, 6:43 prayer takes six days to travel each way. Mr and lire. A. F. Hall and Robert Myrick at Starke Sunday
Ecuador, and coworker
9:45 the entire Sun Quito,
school a. m.
service, 7 o'clock services. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Green and
0 day school offering will go to the with Miss Phyllis Martin of 7:30 evening services.song Ralph Hall all of Jacksonville. ; -;-.::;:::--';:;; ..:.:. ::_. :;.o "J';; .oii "'_,; .:::'":':....;;: : .-... ;' .: :..:: -_:.:_;.
will be at the Tabernacle
Florida Methodist Children's Home. Lawtey,
attended church here Sunday and
Morning worship at 11 a. m. witha Monday night Dec. 19, to show Sermon Sunday Morning
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH were dinner guests of the H. M.
sermon entitled: "The Meaning slides and tell of the work being
LAWTEY. FLA. McRaes.
ot The Incarnation." The cherub, done in that section of South .
; AIRPARK MISSIONARY America. Miss Hall will arrive in Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Miss Ardelia Hall of Jacksonville
junior and chancel choirs will i First Church
BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH sing at this service. Recreation Jacksonville by plane Sunday 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek spent Saturday night with Baptist Hampton
service Wednesday 7:3P m. -
I p.
Miss and attended
Pansy Crosby
" and will be Mr.
of
a guest
night
time, 5:30 m. -
; Fellowship supper
Preach Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning p. ; A. E. Massey pastor
Sunday School Id.a. m. in church at Bayless Highway Sun
" 11 a. m. Training Union 8:30 i Worship 11 a. m. Training for intermediates and seniors, and this MnWalter. Martin while I day._ 'Citizen
ing Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Service 6:15 p. m.; Worship service for I vicinity.The Christmas will be HAMPTONCHRISTIAN Yeoman second class Edwin Mc- of Two Worlds'By \

p. m. Preaching 7:20 p. m. Prayer 7:30 p, m. Prayer Meeting Wed MYF groups, 6:15: p. m.; and: program I CHURCH rae and Ms. McRae and daughter

Meeting Wednesday TSO p. m. nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. Christmas "Cantata, "Even Unto presented night Dec.at 24.the Tabernacle The readings Friday and j Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship Jimmie, of Green Cove Springswere Pastor Merle Packham

I Rev. J. E. Llngerfelt, pastor. Collins Jr.. Pastor. Bethlehem, at 7:30 p. m. Service 11 a. m.: Youth Program dinner guests of. Edwin's
music will center around the Christ
., Monday, Dec. 20 WSCS gen- Child. 6:30 p. m. Evening Service S parents Sunday, the J. W. Mc-I I I Sunday School 10:00 a.m. B.T.U. 6:30 p.m.
;- --. -- eral program and business meeting The Ladies is p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon paator. Raes. They also visited his grand

J 3 p. m.; Church School Christ- boxes Auxiliary for Christmasand packingmissionary I parents, the H. M. McRaes. Wed. Nite "Hour of Power" 8 p.m.
I mas Program In recreation hall, Other visitors of the H. M. Mc I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke they will be shipped this week.
7:20:\ m.'IJ1e.sday.. VVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE
p. Raes were: Mr. and Mrs. T. N. i I \ I You are invited to attend all of the services of this ,
Dec. 21 WSCS Norman of Heilbronn Springs Mrs.
Presbyterian ChurchSat.
prayer group in church: parlor, LEVELby J. W. McRae and sons James and spiritual church. A Welcome Awaits You!

9:30 a. m.Wednesday. Danny, and Lynn McRae.
Dec. 18 3 p.m.- Adult .
.
Dec. 22 Christmas I Thornton \; : ::.: ;; ,A"i; :"- -;.: ;: .";- :.-.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor choir practice. Sun., Dec. 19 Mrs II. M. McRae : Mr. and Mrs. V. E. t> c.'l: < ;; : ::; ;;- :=-- ": : :

pageant, "The Story of Christmas 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 i ... __ .. .... ._ .. __ .. ...
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ; . . . I -ts..wMIo.: .wMIo.: !Ioo. - -
given in the church sanc- a.m. Morning worship service as &&&&&&&&&&Asap '
Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 tuary at 7:30: m. '11 .
p. "Christmas. Past Present, in' \
There was a 1 large attendance .'.. tr1
Friday, Dec. 24 Union Christ- and Future." 6 Youth
'
p.m. Sunday school and church services i '
mas Eve Communion service at 9 Fellowship Joe Harden and 1 -
Sunday. One of our missionaries -j
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. p. m. with the Christian and Pres, Calvin Pace, hosts; 7 p. m. William Jackson, brought i i J .- --iar' I Ip Ir ;
:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. byterian Churches at the Firs! Christmas worship with ,-
Sunday School 9 program the message and it was enjoyed by > {
Methodist Church sanctuary. visit from Santa Claus. Wed., 11 .
,
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. everyone. : : .. ,
Dec. 22 7:30 p.m. Prayer -
Everyone is getting ready for j
St. Edward's Church meeting and Bible study. Fri., I
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Christmas. Fred Haislop's little
Dec. 24 9 pjn. ChristmasEve ,
Sunday Mass at 9:13: : a. m. daughter had about all the presents -', j
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. Communion service.St..Mark's I 1 1I
she could hold in the car this :
,1' Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and I ,
'.:_. __ ___ '_ ___ _._ .._ __':"-=. _____ : -.;_ : .. -- -.f.-: r' 8:30 a. m. II | EpiscopalRev. morning on her way to school. I ,
wish all the children a Merry 1
I Children's Class Saturday 11
Raymond E. MacBlaln Christmas.Mr. ,
a. m. ,
and Mrs. B. M. McRae i
were .
lit of tie Shell ready forSECURITY Keystone(Women's Heights Hub) Services at St Mark's Episcopal dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. '} (1 .' ,
Church will be as follows: J. C. Sapp of Heilbronn Sunday. :, :
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Sunday: 9:43 a.m. Church B
We had a letter from our son 'i
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -. ?I ,
Confessions before all Masses. Owen McRae, and wife Iris. They g .
Morning Prayer and Sermon
6:30
; I. \ f "" <1"1'''''
'p.m. Y. P. S. L. are still in San Francisco, Calif., ... :..n. ..- ::-l'i (\ __.' ,
and Owen has 24 more weeks of:
g
Church of God Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Litanyand f' .,. -
Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir J : tfJ \

School 10 a.m. Morning Practice. :'1'. -- iJ'Ir
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Holy Communion: 1st Sunday; .... .......... ..- (\
11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 '>:
ning Service 7:45 p.m., TPJL p.m. g d
Service Wednesday 7:43 p.m., and z '
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. Christian Church # ;. s ,


Sunday School Lawtey 10 Lm. Morning Rev J. E. Sherwood, pastor '.:-S f The gift that fits into everyone's dreams

Worship 11 aju. YPE Serving Sunday 9:45, Bible school classes ,I
Saturday, 7:30: p.m. for all ages. c. W. Colson, Supt A

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Ug Looking for a practical gift to place mas. And Bonds, increasing in value every "
worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- K
deaver 6 p. m. ,! \ among the youngsters' toys oo Christmti six months are a constant and growing

Bible Study and Prayer Meeting fJ morning? Stumped for a gift idea for w reminder of your thoughtfulness sits ,

I 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. i \1 out-of-town relative-or for your wife of other gifts are forgotten. .

ti r Cf Womans Council 1st and 3rd g husband? Then let us suggest gift that Make our bank one of your shopping ,
Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., Mrs. W. L.
ncI something personal and precious for while let
Andrews, president. means stops this year. And you're here
: : I Church located on W. Call and CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: SON t ntrjtiu- U.S. Savings Bond. For Bonds us explain how easy it is to give a savings Pi1

i! Now!1a1.Jaya It ors U weU Christian streets. A friendly wel- about this questionA bring people closet to the goals they'rc account as a gift-and to open a checking ,

I ) With nut ud Pudgy caramel! come waits everyone. t saving for-and to the financial security account for yourself;
A.ute bed b the holidayI stone from a passing for. .
they're longing
rich.a aeawy.s=oth-ao gay!? I Christian ChurchJ. gravel truck smashed my Give the gift of security

I i I E. Sherwood, pastor windshield, which cost $78 to That's why millions of Americans are including Untied States Bonds ,

I replace. Two stolen tires Bonds on their gift\lists this twistwith Savings fIf1

I Sunday School each Sunday at cost me another $60. Would 6'
The hen puts into the egg I 9:45: a. m., C. W. Colson, superintendent these two losses alone have rill V. 8. Gownwwirf ion not pay lor tkit adverf lil\,. The Tnuury Drovtirwnt \)
A thank, for their vatnatv donation, tht Atoertitu Count* M4ts
those nutrients needed to ; Sunday Worship'Services
paid Comprehensive Auto Insurance g
.
nourish the chick before it :at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Wednesday premiums for almost -.. ...... J1 /
.
emerges from the shell prayer meetings at 7:30: p. m. 20 years? p CZ :r T R .- ,
:
A n '
but after this its future is in '
HI-WAY CHAPEL 1b 1 J.
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your hands it's ready for ((780 W. Hiway 16)) << """ '

SECURITY CHICK RATION and : It is Youth Night this Friday at W u FEDERAL-- / 1r *
t A I ,he Hi-Way Chapel with the Mu- Charley E. Johns k., DEPOSIT INSURANCE \ : 11 :;::.....--0
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the right start in life. -1s.'N..K'( "' ,
I :cal Duncombes presenting a I I CORPORATION. Jfu'V -:::::;

For rapid growth, sturdy 1I pecial service for the younger set. ,,::-- -4 = __ FLORIDA p

'1 "5 bodies, and profitable egg "fellowship'aturday night outing"will be with a special choralDinging & Son Agency n + =r AT STARRED f11JLsJsJ='
CURI11I4LU5 p
production next fall, start
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your : and fun lL .der the stars. -- -- :::,

1 0 chicks on SECURITY. i Sunday School meets at 10 a. m. Phone 13 Starke Fla. n vIlt -h-oO-

.vith a class for every age. Wor- .A.A.A.A..... A..AA....
:hip 11 a. m. Evangelistic : --------
7:30: p. m. This will be the H.our\\
Security Mills of Jacksonville Inca
I -ervice conducted by Rev. and
,
t Mrs. Duncombe.The I .
1700 W. Church St. Jacksonville. Fl a. 7'0,19113 Christmas program will be

I presented Thursday at 7:30: p. m. 4
WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARM I tfi ire BORDENS hi gst; to t*get of Treats for everyone. 'fINo


-"I SEVENTH DAY

I ADVENTIST CHURCH

Services each Sabbath in old /lIe.

Free Free Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sabbath "s.

School 2 p.m. Preaching
ach second and fourth Sabbaths

1 p.m. Elder :Mostert: pastor
LARGE DRESSED ''ble! Study each Thursday: 8 p.m.

"Vervone welccmeafternoon

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.s' ; i

HEILBRONN
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BAPTIST CHURCH

Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching ,
I
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: i.z
,
TURKEYWith p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer

Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. -

REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. -


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS!


ThePurchase Sunday Scoot rumen 10 a.m.
i
Morning Service 11 a.m \l-

Erenlne Service 7:30 p.m
Of Prayer Meetings Wednesaa

tight 7:45: pm. Saturday night
..., uun .
Any
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
4rti LATTER DAY SAINTS

Services each Sunday in old

Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun-

lay School 10 a. m. Sacrament
service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel a
come.

_
RANGEELECTRIC BROOKER
BAPTIST CHURCHRev.

C. B. Stalling, Pastor
L1 '
i Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning

Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m..
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer
REFRIGERATOROR *
.trwLt ., Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m.


CHURCH OF CHRIST
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$?% .
C. L Overturf Jr. Minister Vi> '.- *
Sunday B-ble Study 10 a. m.
24 Mos. To Pay
FREEZER Morning! Worship 11 a. m. Evening .
Small Down
Payment .
Worship 7:30 p. m. .'
90 Days Wednesday Bible Study 7:30
No Finance Charge p. m.

THIS OFFER GOOD FOR THE REMAINDER OF each Radio Sunday program 9, a."Old m. Station Paths" To Florida and Georgia farmers,whose pine trees

WDVH. are the South's newest crop, Container Corpofo-


THIS YEAR! CARD OF THANKS Lien tte year presents 2,000,000 seedling pines. ,

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SERVICE$E prayers of friends and ministers CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
t WINKLER ELECTRIC "aid for me during my operationat

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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .mnH..U&&I..,.'. .n..Mn.mrn...._____. h.... -fELL-

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Starke Five Wins Over Palatka Three Local Gridders Named All-Conference Stars Richard Simpson I: '


...... s:"- Addresses Combined Ilfll ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing
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After Opening Loss To Callahan jJ j J Church Men's GroupsRichard I//! Established 1894


Bradford High's basketball team I night, (Thursday) but the score I

rebounded! from & 46-40 loss to ---1u-t-- D. Simpson, prominent
:
was not available at The Teleraph's 4 -, -
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Callahan last week to squeeze by press time. -A--- -- ,. i'Monticello Presbyterian la)man Naval Oranges Red Grapefruit

Palatka in a 52-51 thriller before Starke's girls were seeking and former chairman of the State I

.the home folks Tuesday.The their first victory last night. The &_ -. Road Department, was guest $2.00 PER BUSHEL

Tornadoes gave Palatka a girls lost to Callahan, 54-25, and -,----. -- I speaker last Friday night at a JUICE ORANGES $1.50 PER BUSHEL
14-0 lead midway In the first to Palatka, 38-25. Jackie Prevatt I special meeting of the Methodist
_
quarter before catching fire to lead and Linda Johns led Starke against II I M en's Club.Simpson. Christmas Gift Baskets Shipped Anwhere -

at halftime by a 26-24 score. The Callahan with 10 and 9.points re .. spoke to a group

fame remained close for the rest spectively. Sandra Strickland t p 'representing four churches in VISITORS WELCOME

of the evening with Guard Edgar coupled with Miss Prevatt and Starke on God's plan for them in

,Akridge dropping In Starke's final Miss Johns to share the PaTatka 4 ,their daily lives. Simpson illustrated BAY SHORE GROVESLocated
_
. two points with two foul shots as game scoring honors.Starke's 'j his talk with incidents in 1-2 Mi. West of Melrose Post Office

the store stood deadlocked, 50-50. first team guards were .- I the life of Moses. I On Gainesville Highway

Akridge was Starke's leading Barbara Lance, Ray Rowland, and .. I The men enjoyed a delicious I II

corer with 15 points. Centei Lindal Osteen. I I barbecue dinner prepared by the I
Stanley Clark scored 12 points to Reggie Foshee of Palatka was t'1t I mothers of the Methodist Youth -

share the scoring honors. I Tuesday's leading scorer with 21 __ : ''fr.- ; I I Fellowship. This MYF group assisted Sell Ii Rent It Trade It

Starke lost its opening game to points. Palatka also had 10 free in serving the meal, and the

Callahan last week. Townsend throw attempts as compared with proceeds went to the MYF's fund

2t attempts by Bradford County. for building cabins at a youth
Strickland led the I TO\ A TELEGRAPH
Starke
team
CLASSIFIEDLow
I
both Glen Reddish fouled out In the Three Bradford High football camp in Cuba.
offensively and defensively.He .
Palatka game and Clark Edgai :players: were voted to the Florida Men from the

Starke's scored scoring.11 points to lead Akridge, Strickland, and Cus East Coast All-Conference team j Baptist, and Christian Presbyterian Churches Rates Good Results Easy To Place

Starke Kopelousos all had four personal iby the conference's coaches last I were special guests of the Metho- I M) WORDS OR LESS. ONE IXSEKTIOT* 50c
played at Fernandina last fouls when the Saturday. Townsend Stricklandwas
game ended. I dists. i EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
Firemen Collect I chosen as end, Gary Garner I Presbyterian Church iI
I I DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT os TWO on MORE IVSKHTIOVSKf
Gene Long Elected Big Dad EmployeesWill Candy And Fruit as guard, and Stanley Clark as a Has Holiday ProgramThis
back. I' Future Farmers ADDITIONAL FOR FLI>D ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVA.SCKMEMORIAM8

Worshipful l Master Have PartySome For Needy ChildrenStarke's I The all-conference team is 'Speak To
composed year the various organizations RotaryIt CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line
Gene Long was elected of 22 players, two for each
Worshipful 135 volunteer firemen are of the First PresbyterianChurch
employees of the Big (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH
position on a team. Garner and was Future Farmer day at LINE)
:Master of Bradford Lodge No. Dad Manufacturing Co. and a few ''collecting candy and fruit to distribute Clark were selected for outstanding are co-operating in presenting -:the Rotary Club Wednesday when

35. F. & A. M., this Monday. Jack outside guests will gather in the to about 100 underprivlleg- performances in spite of the a Christmas program at members of the Bradford Chapter .' iiWlNU MACHINES Late Modeli
ed children during the Christinas New Chrls'mas
McComb was elected Senior War- Methodist recreation building at holidays. Volunteer President fact that they both missed several 7 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 19. TheI and their advisors staged an A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. 11$. Cabinet US. Guaranteed S1Portabte new

den; Robert Green, Junior Warden 12:30: o'clock today for the an- Blake Jackson said the group was games because of sickness or in adult choir will present two an- interesting program demonstratingseveral HAS A n. few Hemingway used at P'clal Repair prices. U
phases of FFA Shop.
juries.
; C. A. Futch secretary; and nual Christmas dinner given by the willing to join with other organ- thems followed by a special selection -I training.The FOR SALE Thompson St. Starke itp iLl

E. W. Hayes treasurer.The company.An izations in bringing Christmas by the junior choir. program was presented by
Bradford County I J. R. Underhill, president of the :\.w Home* In S\RTOG
new officers will be installed cheer Bradford tots.
to County
added feature this year will Various Christmas hymns will Bradford Chapter. The HEIGHTS MibditUion to Slarke.flrIe .
at the Masons. next meetingon Last In District be by the congregation, and I 1 boys were Went on M.dl.on Strict, FOR SALEMODERN
Dec. 27.Christian. be a musical program by members Ewell Lawson's sung accompanied by their Advisors, P. (al"o known.. Mate Road \o.
I I Christmas readings will be presented C. Hutchins and J.V.. Wood, 100) to Pretatt \,-rnue Bad
of the Toby Dowdy radio\ and Condition I On Emergency Drive by Margaret Rose Duncan agricultural instructors at BHS. Larve ftlRn tur rljl;". Beautiful 2 ., ?-n S BEDBOO.M
ImprovesCity Four lane drlte and TednidenalLa
Church television orchestra. I land Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. R. G. pa
.
I
A highlight of the leading to Subdhlnton.Iloanra Homes
The North Florida district led| program was
Councilman Ewell Lawson's
the dinner of the wltfcV.V
Following company Paterson superintendent reanonablr: priced
Has Christmas Party I employees will return to the plant condition was reported improving all other districts in the United i;Sunday School, will preside ash a speech by Roman Alvarez, who II and Flit financing available. In
IB talneek
famllieii
f as represented the Bradford Phe mot Ing
for the traditional distribution of I I yesterday by his wife and sht States in the percentage contri- ;jsisted! by the minister Rev. W. S. more faniilie moving In
The First Christian Church is Chapter in several public
speaking -
gifts around the said he hoped to be home by neit week.Thlx .
Christ-
company buted to the March of ;McAliley. PIMVEHSubDivision
Emergency
presenting a play entitled 'OurSaviour's i contests. He described the l.. jour opportunity to oa
mas tree. Sunday. Lawson is suffering from j Santa Claus will pay a visit to I :roar bume at a l.nd...". payment. -
Biith" Sunday eveningat Dimes drive last summer as compared objectives of FFA and how the
.
D. S. gastritis of the stomach lining, .the church at the close of the Unlit by: one of Florida'aOutNtandluK
Siceloff of In
7:30 o'clock in the church sanc Lexington, with the annual Januarydrive. 1 program is helping to improve the ''I builder and developers StarkeDown
[N. C., president of the company and he lost about five pints of i program and every child who is a status of farming and under the direct aupertiklnn S
tuary. The play will take place The district contributed$13l,150.90 throughout the .. Hall, well
will be on hand for the affair. blood. | 'member' of the Sunday School will U. S. I of Hen
at the regular Sunday evening I I to the emergency drive ;! i I known builder and contractor.loo Low Payment
originally
His condition was
j' for1!be remembered. \\on't KO wrong by: n>atlImr -
cervices. It An
is being directed by as compared with 212702.23 interesting demonstrationwas With FJ1.A. .
feared to be a stomach ulcers, am.doctors The public is cordially invited rourxelf of thin opportunityto Financing
Dan Harley. Mrs. Joe McGee the regular drive. | also given by the Parliamentary own a three bed room modern
have to
felt I
might
they 'I attend.
.to I
home In the City of Starke Central -
The is invited to attend. Procedure Team
public
This distinction was somewhat composed of
Wins Gas Range operate. A latpr diagnosis showea 'I Florida' mont rapidlycronlne Two Bedrooms
i j I tarnished for Bradford County j Kenneth Mott, Steven Kelley J. R. t'lty. $7,000.00
no operation was needed. Bkxn |' I Ii Hi-Y Club Makes Three Bedrooms -
Underhill -
Warren $8,000.00
fell the bottom of the ; I Johns Huey
i since it at
.Young TURKEYSAlive Mrs. Joe McGee won a Magic Has been donated by Charles Law- j ( For these and other bargainsSEE
list of 34 North Florida counties Crosby, and Clyde Griffis. I
Chef kitchen range given away son and Herb Thomas, but sevenu ,Final Hayride Plans
or Oven-Ready made the dis rict. Brad Besides Underhill Investigate
that
Florida up other officersof I Before Too
the Central
last week by other donors were turned down
J. THOMASREALTOR
Phone l1U.44221Opal's Gas and Appliance Co. J. L. Sil-I because of colds. [ford County collected $276.73 durI i I The Hi-Y Club held a short the chapter are: Monroe Griffis, I A. Purchase Your New
I I ir.g the emergency drive as com vice president; Warren Johns Home
Farm cox won a Lawson space heater I meeting Monday to make final i ,
Turkey as second prize and Mrs. D. E.: BPW Dance Slated pared with 2278.28 for the regu ,plans for their hayride next :Mon secretary; Glen Crawford, treasurer MM Temple A-re. Telephone 114 .

Florahome, Fla. Hazen won a Westinghouse iron lar drive. .The county's percent 1 Ida). The Hi-Y members and their ; Stanley Green, reporter; and Starke, Florida

as third prize. I For New Year's Eve age was 12.1 as compared with a dates will go on the hayride sing Julian Wasdin, sentinel. For Complete Information See

57.3 average for the 34 counties. ing carols and distribute Christ The program was in charge of SEE THIS GRKAT IHSPLAT OF
......,. The Business and ProfessionsWomen's .1 A Z.t LEt!S Joseph D.
-- Part of the district's high total mas baskets. Then they will re Tom Slade and Bill Haas. all alAn Warren

Club Is presently selling was undoubtedly caused by the turn to the USO for a Christmas 10-Inch Size *1->O DocenIko WARREN CONST.
tickets at $3 per couple for their serious polio epidemics that raged 25c, See, 75e, $I.M, JUV, $:.00 CO.P. .
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE party. Methodist Cantata F..... and I'p O.
Box
I New Year's Eve Dance at the USO. through North Florida during the f'fDF.RI'Z.U:.\ 787 Tele,4l5WStarke
I Larry Gibson's orchestra will] drive. Leon County, Following Monday's meeting the Planned For GtRlEN & MRSKIIV
Get Set For the Better Fall emergency Iii-Y Club met with Starke's Little SundayA Pauline Karle folllua Fla.SO .
furnish the music.
Programs Now Coming on NI TN which was a polio epidemic area Women's Club at the USO for P. O. Box 168. Karletoa. Fla.

contributed $14,885.22.: or 109.7 I instruction in dancing. Dr. and Christmas Cantata "Even tf ..
per cent of its January total. Unto Bethlehem," by Ira B. Wilson I ACRES
Mrs. C: J. and Mrs. Improved
W. C. T. U. Houpt Doyle
Bradford County fortunately I Conner gave instructions on danc. will be presented Sunday eve- Lost ThursdayOne numerous bearing pecan trees. 2 dwiiu.1"H .
out
RADIO THE EVIL OF STRONG DRI "K. missed the polio epidemic this .ing. Some of the boys and girls I ning at 7:30 p.m. at the First supply plentiful)bUildings with auto., water.1cc.

"DRINK HAS DRAINED MORE summer and the need for funds who knew how to dance assisted. Methodist Church in Starke. Chestnut horse with pumps.. 2. Box$%iii 5,000., Write C. Letsch,

AND I CLOOD. IIIING MORE CREPE. I was not brought so close to homeas the others. The choir is under the direction white star on forehead, Starke (E'ra.4ford Co.!)

SOLD MORE HOMES. PLUNGED in other counties. The dancing instruction was of Mrs. Ralph Knight and Mrs.E. weighs 850 pounds. Black ? tfchgr

TELEVISIONSales I I MORE PEOPLE INTO RANItUrPTTY. Benedict: Finzer, County Marchof planned to not only help the group K. Perryman is at the organ. mane and tail. W. T. To- LET HA.N J.OLE D. 000'%Ol"il".Ia.

I AND DUG MORE Dimes chairman, is now making I'learn dancing steps, but it also The soloists for the Cantata are: rode, Jr. CATTLE A.\0 HOGS

: .... ,... GRMVES. TH.SNY OTHER] plans for the 1955 March of !gave them more confidence in :Miss! Virginia Eewcll, Mrs. Charlotte Lite Oak- Each SALES Mrduf.d.f_ ,

I POISONED SCOURGE TILYT\Dunes drive. He urges all civic: |i themselves off the dance floor. Miller, :Mrs. Laurie Mullins FOR SALE 4 acres open, fertile (.ahl"lUe t:irh Friday

17-inch TVMahogany ,EVER SWEPT ITS DEATH groups and other interested per- I t M. W. Lance, Lou Hillendahl, G5. land. 645 ft. frontage on Highway tf
179.95 301. 4 miles north of Starke. Five
and Service DEALING WAVES ACROSS THE I sons to cooperate with him in helping \Rev. Sommer Chosen Newcomb, an3 a women's trio I room haute garage. barn. poultry FOR SALE-SO acre farm wuh modern

.. ,..- .." ,_ .. .., .. WORLD." to push Bradford County to composed of Mrs. Dell Colley, Mrs. house. 22, orange 7 plum trees.10 Japanese Ut. 1,persimmons Box- eey on house U., S.1 mile 301. North of i Law--

m'iz: PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I (EVANGELINE DOOTII.)) the top of the district where it b Ministerial' President Victor Frees, and Mrs. Robert 21, Lawtey. Up Humphreys New lligblan4t within mile PlanL ot
.., ee
I THE STANDARD BEARER. longs. \ Sommer.A owner W. i. Strkklad Hehg
... ...,. ALES LADY AS CLERK In retail
1_-- ==--- Rev. Robert D. Sommer of the Christmas pageant. "The store. Good (character neat pleasant FOR HKXT-Three r-om.s! nloelr

: Heart Disease First Methodist Church was elect tory of Christmas" will be given personality p" entlal. Age furnished electric kitchen Dao-
I up to 40 years. Salary well above Therm heater. Middle
I ed president of the Starke Ministerial .1 Wednesday, Dec. 22, at 7:30 p.m. average to capable person. Location or couple only. Also Apt.age No lady I.
Is Chief KillerHeart alliance at a meeting; by members of the MYF and few miles from Starke. Transportation three rooms nicely furnished!
Give qualifications spa'e heater, t
;; held Monday morning at 10 o'clock:. assisted! by the youth choir. The and necessary.phone number address Adults only. 3lrs.electric L.' 7'!.kitchen(Clark

Santa disease is proving to I be I Other officers elected at thU I I entire program is under the diiec- and box. Write H. D.. 'k Take left road at Call Snow bridge
the chief of death in Bra a. I Bradford County Telegraph. it lit being paved.to .
cause Ik-llsent
I time were: Rev. J. E. Sherwood 1, tion of :Mrs. Nelson Green. 2tchir 12/10 Road mile
ford County this year. Statistics SiTst Tile_ -- nox %.-<'_. my 'irn.' IU... I.
I Christian Church, vice presi public is cordially invitedto _____ "cng-!
for the first nine months show RADIOS REPAIRED _
dent Rev. both of these
Says ; W. S. McAliley, lust services designedto A VON
that 25 deaths the result of .. REPRESENTATIVE For
FOUNTAIN PEN I were make All .k. All !Model.1eaonable
rtesbyterian Church, secretary; Christmas more meaning- eharge.cms. .. guaranteed Fpeclala see Mrs. C. M
i heart disease. Cancer and cerebral O. Box M
and Rev. R. E. ilcBlain, St. Mark's ful. C. IiHI-PJlF.nn 148. Starke. Fla. tip I
I hemorrhage each caused 10 'A3 W. Call St. Slarke Ph. 2 3! .
I piscopal Church treasurer. White Christmas gifts for the FOR HI T-Two bedroom IInfurnbbed
I deaths, and motor vehicle accidents house -
with
I'lorida: MethoHst ChilJren's Home heating and
IT AN A
MAKE I took nine lives. I committee composed of Rev. automatic hot water oatem Also
will be brought to the pageant Electric Motors two bedroom
D. furnished
OJier deaths resulted from: u. liames of the First Baptist house
I Wednesday night.Elementary. Ask for George at Coney Island
ESTERBROOKCHRISTMAS Circulatory diseases, 3; diabetes, Church, and Rev. Sommer wa. Apu. Apt.0.. 2. 10th and
::2; maternal deaths, 1; tuberculosis named to coordinate plans for REWOUND AND Church Sts. After II a.m.

1; nephritis and nephrosis, 1; handling problems in connection j School SERVICEDSmall LOST TIIIR8DAYtJne ('best nut

Ti4A.q and accidents other than motor;|with tiansients who need help. eeks Fill horse with white star on forehead.
DirtThe
Appliance Repair weighs 850 Ibs. Mark
mane and
vehicles 2. I 1 he next meeting will be held on tall W. E. Torode Jr Hchg
Births outnumbered deaths Jan. 3 at 10 a.m. in the Methodist General Machine WorkS
need for fill dirt at the new

$ i three-to-one during this same per- I Lhurch. elementary school playground was L.\Jua HOME! }'ORLE
iod with 137 white and 77 colored (hElP
I voiced at a meeting of the Starke All Work Guaranteed
(1 III I births as compared with 62 white Pecan Crop Brings Elementary School PTA heldTuesday NICE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON
GIVE HIM and 16 colored deaths. I Reasonable Rates CAM -'t.-uCLY AUUS O.N CHER
I Bradford !Only Pocket Change night in the BHS cafe- RY STREET IN HEART OF
A DESK PEN THAT (PMUt VrkL 14 I County lost its rather teria. t TOWN OF KTARKE FOR SALE

questionable distinction of havThg Long range plans for the proposed CHEAP BY OWNER. APPLY AT
1 Bradford County which RED SEAL (rMJER"S GULF STATION.
WRITES HIS WAY, I the largest percentage of divorces pecans ;' playground were outlinedby NORTH OF STARKE. HIGHWAY
:, per marriage in the state. !last year brought $30,000 to the j J. B. Dick, playground directorof SO' JAX HIGHWAY. tfchg
!- W lt lOaDt Give them a gift they'll appreciate Bradford Couny had 40 marriages I J!i'county barely furnished pocket the Starke Elementary School.He ELECTRIC & MACHINE

oval,Of / every d.in the :tc 367 divorces as compared with I change this year. Following lastj|[ emphasized the fact that long SHOP BABY PARAKEETS for sale all

\'qIaIt base.. year. Give them an Ester. Baker County's 22 marriages and I I week's final auction at the Starke I range planning is needed to avoid cuiuri a4a0 adurauie Christmas
gifts. Price }2 eatb. Mrs. T. KUrown.
& 375 Farmers Market, a total of only ,
50 I brook Fountain Pen-with divorces. : installing equipment in spots that F. W. GlUJJ>ON Hampton. itp
J E T Ibs. of sold
$ the specific point made to I 5,418 pecans were as'J might interfere with future classroom Owner, Manager AfTED-Mlddle
& compared with 197,455 Ibs. last age lady to Uvd
GLASS Prison Holds Annual construction. in and keep children while
match their kind of writing.
Pfaone 597htarke
0itk St.
106 Washington -
,year. mother ,.
> ; I I The speaker said that the works. Phone 3 Mra.
com greatest -
fOUNTAIN ( I SM0oV Pageant TuesdayThe ;1 This year's prices continued to Fla. Jackie Sellers Itp
CUlt PEN SIT need at the present time is for
'-S DgtwWI 1 remain twice as high as last .fill I dirt, which must be obtained FOR SALE-New S x 8 x 1C Con. % PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE .',
ItJ annual Christmas Pageantwill I1!year's but the high price could not:before crete block IKc. Cement 11.40 per STATE BANK KEYSTONE ,
j plans for the
be !compensate for the 97 cent! playground bag. Mortar Mix 11.25 per bag. HEIGHTS. FLA. MEM. \\
... presented at the State! per
KER
be FDIC.
carried
jean out. Bradford Enginering Co., phone
Farm on Tuesday night, Dec. 21. drop in volume. |'I
Starke.
It ( tf
was suggested the _.!
by membership -
... A. I FOR SALE OR TP..ADF"-'Ir..ulatlng I
: at 7:30: o'clock. Pnces at the auction were as
that with all the road and ,
I w The follows: Randals, 31 1-2 cents St.. Starke.
prison chaplain Rev. A. F. per [street construction now under a* Bus Station. tf lip
/ Eggleston, extends a cordial invitation pound; Mayhans, 45 cents; Ken-! way
the
( city might have an excess of FOR SALE Boys 24" byclole 112,
\l -c 401 WEAR A SPIRELLA for health,
to the y,321-2 cents Stuarts,
public to and 1 ;
__.__ I attend fill dirt that could be obtained for style and comfort. A demonstration Girl's 20" byclcle! $10. Electric
I(announces that. the main gatewill ; cents; Money Makers, 30 1-2 to 31 I this I In your home without obliga Erertor set model' 1%. $7.50. A.
I't.th.flSe&bla. : *.
All PGlDta lDaWul purpose. I Baker, cor. Madison and Saaders -
,maWl"- i be opened at 7 p.m. to all persons CEnts; Mixed, 29 1-2; Success, 31 PTA President Jack tion. Tall Mrs. Malphurs 8-Z3al. Sts. Upi
Trawickslated Waldo. Zip 12/10
ly ra.bU. Only! I attending. !>1-2; and Seedling, 30 cents. I I
cx st popular ta / Pen and matchingrVjAPencQ I i i [ that he planned to attend RENT Three famished i FOR SALE-Deep well pump. Real
The Christmas FOR room
hova. .. shown Pageant presented the next bargain. 2 miles
South
..... City Council meeting on cottage at Klngsley Lake. One on Keystone -
J Je $5.00 annually by inmates of the prison. '- :Slade Gas Company another matter and would make a bedroom living room. kitchen I land. Highway. Newton Thorv-Up
Is always a highlight of the.1 electric enuipped and bath. Apply -

t', right' poW I' ff:1 ,- Other combination holiday season and is attended by|Fetes Employees request for fill dirt t at that time County by letter T rraph.Box 8SJ-B tip Bradford 18/17 i FOR SALE-Timhman Motor Sc -

for flu way ." COfoIPltTE PEN sets to. $s.oo large numbers from Starke another I'I I er, good condition ISO Also Cornet -
yet; will )(/ SHOWN : surrounding towns and I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade were Ernest C. Jenkins HOrSE FOR SALE. -Barraln. Fin and Case. McCarthy Garatce.itt I
bath. .r."M front and
'S tyThere's.vmLtt Polnh to Mich*v ry writingtyU. cities. i host and hostess at a lovely dinner rooms,
I I 50 Dies bark porrhea. Frame. Partlyiirnished.
I 2. Of Heart AttackErnest
.
\. .- lob FOR SALE-O E. Refrigerator. Al-
writing
._ every !party at the Steer Room in Jacksonville O. S. Newcome StarkeM"for I o-Child Merry-go-round for two. ,

An Esterbrook 0*1f S t1.s! To$4.1 COURTHOUSE CLOSED Wednesday evening at the Clifton Jenkins 50, died Pnnrt ItpWAVTED I Ml W. M"i1l"<,'i. uP''

Trie** thswft Includ F. L TM ON DEC. 24 annual Christmas party for the of a heart attack in Ft Lauder- -To Bar-Hoose'inld fur-, FOR SALE-1 52 Fort pick-up with
I employees and wives of the Slade niture and yard or lawn tools.1.nis four speed transmission Also ,
Pen for dale last week. Jenkins had ";! .J_ itt .
Every MemberOf pre- i See
TTO ft.
om. The Bradford County courthousewill wb..e trailer I x 10
Gas Co. of Starke
and
I Jacksonville. viously lived in Starke and called II. O. Bolllnrer. 2 miles northof
be closed aU day Friday, Dec FOR SALE-Electric PortaWe Sew- I
the 40
The Family 124 Among guests present Starke his home. Funeral services like 12 Keystone Height from t a.m.
ing Machine npw 5J
according to Charles Darby,, were Mr. and Mrs to 4:30 p.m. After 6 p.m. call at
Harry Elrod SIS. Elee-
L held in Ftiot run single .
were Dothan, Ala., Sun gauge __P:.o..ar "f th Palm itt
!county clerk.HUP owners of the Azalea Gas Co. i FtPaiatka inc Skill :Paw::; 8 Inch *25. W. B.Devtne. .

ALSO MATCHED PEN AND PENCIL SETSA Mr. and Mrs. Ford Lincoln I- day.Jenkins is survived by his wife,, Oil. !lAwtey.t'nn., inquire at Standard 1M> FOR apartment.RENT-Four Available room Jan.furnished 1. Two

of Williston, owners of the Beatrice; his son, W. C. Jenkins, bedrooms screened in porch \

I Williston Gas Co.. Mr. and Mrs.\\of Ft. Meade; his mother, Mrs. L. FOR with FE'OT-Garage living room bedroom Anartmen, hath, Cent or 4AO* St.daytime.Phone 255-W evenings Itp \,

for Coughs Gerald Witt owners of the Home G. Cooper of Starke three sisters all el c'rlc kl'ehen. Al" sleet- BIO STEADY EARNINGS for man
Complete Selection ; ,
Of Point
and Colors the
Styles at ine room Hor*" at King! ** or woman. Distribute Nationally
Yon fed coolin j, toothing help from Gas Co.. Lake City, and the Grif Mrs. Ollie King, Ft. Meade; Mrs I-' ke. Mr". J. M. Mitchell 28! Advertised Watkln Product InBtarke ,

the very first dose. clogging phlegm fis Brothers and wives of Maxville James Thomas, Starke; and Mrs. W. Madison. Itp No experience or inrest-

is loosened, you breathe deeper.CREOr,1UCSION. During the party Mr. and Mrs. Van Dye Williams Samoset; two i S ment neededA ; no barrier.Eanr ..J
BRADFORD FOR RENT S hd">om hnne, larl1'p to establish year 'round
COUNTY TEiEGRAPIIU |Slade presented the employees and I brothers, Elbert and Carl Jenkins, lirlne room dinniP"' roorr and ""111111'''". f1'111' part tiw. W'lU t
jeuests with appropriate gifts and both of Starke; and three grand Utrhen. 10th and Water <*t!'. ?e<5 Mr. C. K. FuW. Dept. n-l The
I retam Cckjii. Chest Cclds, Acvti Bnackiht (bonuses. children. M1)Starke. L. Slrox: at 15J Clark Hcblr S'. I I Tenn.J. R, Watklna' Co.. Vempill!Upw I,

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