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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Setzer's New Supermarket Receives Warm Welcome



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: Can't Of That Get No-Count Rid Council Moves To Restrict Commercial




.r (I'Yankee'Cold Building In Woman's Club Block


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Talk about cold weather, we've I

had it! In fact, it's hard to talk Fears
about anything else. Property In Zoning Dispute Excessive Noise Might

Even Santa's annual visit to-
Pictured above Is a front view of Starke's newest business, Setzer's supermarket. Thousands of Interrupt Many Church
morrow night has been overshadowed ProgramsThe
persons thronged Into the new market when it opened Monday to gjve it a warm welcome. by cold weather as a

-' _. -- topic of conversation on windy S A. f City Council at its meeting Tuesday night instructed

street corners this week. It's City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. to draw up an emergency

I Thousands See enough "Yankee" weather to makea ordinance closing the block which now houses the Woman's

Florida Cracker's blood boil (if .t t Club on North Walnut street to commercial construction fora
it isn't already frozen.)
period of .
one year.I

i New SupermarketThe The City Light Plant's records I The action taken the
show the greatest use in electric ri i R+. = ywt was at request of a delegation comI -
posed of members of the Official Board
current in history as electric heaters I of the First Meth.
odist Churdi.Elks
public response to the open- spin those little meter arrowsin .
ing of the new Setzer's Super dizzy circles. Most gas and The question arose when reliable

market was more than gratifying, kerosene dealers blush modestlyand Distribute sources mentioned the possibilityof

sK according to S'. er's officials. admit they've never had it so ; a modern supermarket beingerected
Manager Sidney Burris said that g-ood. q- on the Crews property lathe
125 BasketsStarke's block, a site which
is boundedon
___ several thousand persons visited One leading dealer in fule oil
i Setzer's Monday, and he was said he has already sold as much the south by the Woman's Club,
on the east by the First Methodist
swamped by persons with praisefor fuel as he sold all last winter. Elks and Lion's Clubs! church and
the
residence
of
... the new store. Another adds that December's Judge
.J finished filling their 125 baskets Geo. L. Patten, on the
Traffic congestion in front of the kerosene sales are running about north by
.. Tuesday evening so that they were the residence of Lex Green and on
new store became at
so great one three times higher than any previous ; point that the Highway Patrol had winter month. ready for welfare workers and west by property of the First
Pictured above are two rental houses that now occupy two of four Baptist Church.
to direct traffic in order to keepU. other volunteers to distribute yes-
Records
kept by the Jacksonville lots which were reportedly considered as a new supermarket site. Courthouse
.
The S store's 301 traffic four checking moving. count- Weather Bureau show that December This picture is taken from the corner of Walnut St and Jackson St terday (Thursday,) to needy families -. last Saturday records Guy Andrews indicate that recorded -

Mayor J. R. Wainwright cuts the ribbon on Setzer's front door lers hummed busily all day as pur- coldest may turn out to be the The Starke Woman's Club Is in the background, and the Fir&'t Methodist throughout the county. an agreement for deed for

early Monday morning to begin the big opening for the supermarket. I chasers were attracted by the winter there since they be- Church stands across the street from the property. The First. Robert Green, Elk president, expressed the four lots in question, present

Standing by are Sidney Bnrris, local manager, and James M. Byrd, (store's numerous displays. gan keeping records back In 1871. Baptist Church is across the street from the other end of the property I his thanks to the organizations !- location of two rental houses

Setzer's supervisor. Mayor J. R. Wainwright cut a Starke registered 12 days with and individuals who took owned by Mrs. Maude Crews of
I ribbon to open the new store at below freezing temperatures in Jacksonville. According to the
18:30: a.m. Monday Morning, and the first 22 days of the month. Council part in this year's annual Elks- I recorded instrument, Andrews
Seeks Bids For Two
t 11i; l Pot T; City Councilman George Kopel- Tuesday (the first day of winter) City Lions Christmas basket project. agreed to pay Mrs. Crews 119. 500

ousos was the store's first cust- morning saw the mercury at a Each basket contained a four- for the property and put up $500

omer. frigid 23 degrees. :pound ham, two Ibs. of sugar,, to 'bind the agreement.He .
Generators And New Water\
I' Free baskets of groceries were Bradford County's cattlemen Tank I'eight Ibs. of potatoes, package of said that his plan was to

given to: Mrs. W. G. Ha4>?, would like a few paid feed bills in erect a building which would be
rice, meal and grits, 12 six
Starke; Penny Hollingsworth, their stocking this Christmas to Starke's City Council abandonedtheir are presently being served by I oranges leased to a large chain for use as

Starke; Geraldine Starling, Law- help compensate for the brown hopes of finding a real bar- I either REA or Florida Power and tangerines, three lbs. of bananas, a supermarket. He said the present

tey; Palma Chitty, Starke; and grass and the retarded clover that gain in second-hand power gen- Light Co. Twenty-one customersare and two loaves of bread. plan was to construct the

Everett Pearsall, Hampton. Set- the cold-spell has caused. erators Tuesday and laid the served by REA and 244 are building on the line of the Wom

) zer's continued giving free baskets County Agent George T. Hugginssaid groundwork for the calling of bids served by Florida Power and Light Over 100 Enjoy an's Club property and have it

of groceries all this week, and cattlemen forced for two new generators and a new face north, with a paved area on
are to start Co.The Ladies'
t I today (Friday) will be the feeding earlier and heavier than 250,000-gallon water tank. Council heard a f'pal pro- Rotary NightAt three sides. to, be used for parking -

I day of the drawing for two bicy usual. He said the cattle are in The Council asked City Clerk posal from New Bern, N. C. on its Officer's ClubMore .

cles. A similar drawing for a even worse shape since they Carl Johns to seek assistance fromC. generating plant. The New Bern Foster Shi Smith served as

1I I television set will be at a later tered the winter in poor condition en- B. McCartney, the engineer whois officials refused to reduce their than a hundred Rotarians spokesman for the Methodist group

I r ;date. because of this summer's drought. evaluating their power distribu- $200,000 price on their tive-engine Rotary Anna, and guests gatheredin opposing the location of a supermarket

i I said tion system, in drawing up general plant and they asked $12,500 for the Officers Club at Camp in this particular area.
Huggins that
strawberriesare
Joseph K. Malpas I now at a standstill because of specifications for generators of single engines. Blanding Thursday night of last "We do not oppose progress and

'winds cold from 900 k.w. to 1,200 k.w. capa- The Council also refused to raise week for one of the best attended will welcome the new supermarket
,
Dies At Crawfordville I weather, and lack of I the speed limit for the Seaboard and most enjoyable Ladies Night in a suitable location, but we do

I moisture. He said some farmers city.The Railway from 25 to 45 miles not feel that this spot, in the
per events held the very
ever by organiza-
1 Joseph K. Malpas, 45, a former failed to plant all the strawberries city already has plans fit' hour through Starke. The Railway center of valuable church, institutional
resident of Starke and for the past they had Intended because of the constructing the water tank which I offered to install four tion.Guests and residential
safety gates property
at the door
of cold weather. were prepared by a federal were greeted
several years editor-publisher engineer I is choice "
a good
fill their baskets with items to Starke'grocery s and more flashing signals if the Mrs. he said.
Busy shoppers ap many new when by Harry Hatcher Mrs." Mil
tha Wakulla County News at Some hopeful folks have said Camp Blanding wp open.The limit Smith declared that
: speed enD
was raised. though
: buyers.Joycee Crawfordville died suddenly last water tank will have five dred Cuttino, and Mrs. Den Colley,
,
"Maybe we'll have all of our winter The Council agreed to finance the proposed supermarket might
the result of heart at times the capacity of the and each lady was presented a
Friday as a before Christmas. But others tank. present part of the erecting of safety lively arrivalAt not interfere directly with church
corsage upon
feel that there will be at least two banners services on Sunday, the noise
in
Starke Gains 12 tack.He a state-wide drive sponsored 8 o'clock dinner confusion -
Party a featuring
had lived in Crawfordvillefor
The
or three months of getting up in Council heard their first re by Acting Gov. Charley E. and congestion of big semi
barbecued
More Motel. Units five years and prior to that a cold house and trudging off port from McCartney on their distribution Johns. The banners were steak was served buffet trailers parking and unloading

Has 750 KidsAbout was a resident of Jasper, where through the cold to the cold office system. He said that locally by the two Starke sponsored style with guests seated at tables during the week would undoubtedly -

Twelve more motel units will be he edited the Jasper News. He with only time out to warm numb. the city had 265: more potential PTA's and the ministerial association. arranged in the spacious lounge. interfere with many church ac

150 of the county's children added to U. S. 301 north of Starke was born in Lake City. fingers over a steaming cup of customers in the city limits that I(I \Oak logs blazing in the hugefireplace tivities on other days.
I
In the next month. Six of the Funeral services were held Sun- coffee. I' -- and seasonal decorations
went from the Woman' Mayor J. R.
Wainwright
away summed
units are in a new court, and six day afternoon at 3 o'clock in Jas C. of C. Officers featuring arrangements of silvered -
dub last night with their Mr. and Mrs. Page i up the sentiment expressed at
of them being built as an ad per.Two. leaves and red berries lent a holiday !
hands full of candy, and are Three the meeting by
toys Churches Have Take Charge MondayThe saying: "Our
fruit. They were entertained for dition to an established court. Win Annual Outdoor atmosphere to the affair. churches and the Woman's Club

two hours by the Jaycees and Auguste Cassiato formerly of Insurance Men Combined CommunionA last Chamber of Commerce Decoration ContestThe marked Colorful each Christmas place at the programs tables. building were built through the
their friends during the Junior New Jersey is building a new six- hard work and sacrifice of many
he Win Cuba Vacations combined Christmas Eve Com- board meeting of the year will be Following dinner, the group enJoyed -
which
Chamber of Commerce Christmas unit court 301 Villa home of Mr. and Mrs. Don citizens of this community. There
munion service will be held to- held at the Chamber office Monday singing a number of favoriteChristmas
will in Cas
hopes open January. are some things In life that I
party.
L. C. Smith and H. B. Yar- Page on the State Farm road was I
The children heard Santa and .siato has lived in Starke "off and brough, local representatives of night (Friday) at 9 o'clock in the Dec. 27, at 1:15 p.m. The first place winner in the annual Robert Sommer.carols, led by Rev. I think should be valued above the

his accordion and they Joined with on" for three years. He said he First :Methodist Church. Three new officers will take over at that outdoor Christmas dollar."
Gulf Life Insurance Co., won a decorating con
him in singing Christmas carols. liked this section of the countryand place among the leading salesmenin churches, the Christian, Methodist, time. test, Judged Monday night. The Larry Gibson served as masterof He struck a sobering note when
and ceremonies
and
Volunteers from throughout the he plans to add to his courtin their company's Founder's Club Presbyterian, will Join in the The Merchant's Division will hold award was a $20 cash prize. introduced the he said: "Some of us will probably
aided the Jaycees in transporting the future. At he his service and the public is invited. their club president, A. J. Thomas Sr., want our funerals to 'be held in
county present for 1954. As a special award, meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 4, The decorating at the Page home who
the children to the party. :wife, and child, will live in one of these men and their wives will be Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Rev. Robert for the purpose of planning their featured Santa Claus and his rein gave the address of welcome.An these churches that will be affect-

President Jack Detweiler thanked the units. I guests at the annual Gulf Life D. Sommer, and Rev. W. S. schedule for next year. Every business deer on the roof top. The figures unusual feature of the pro I ed by the commercialization off

all those who had a part in mak Cassiato has been working on I convention in Havana, Cuba next McAliley, pastors of the three is invited to attend this were made by Mrs. Page. gram was a demonstration o I;this area.

ing the affair a success. his court since August, and he has |spring. churches, will jointly officiate in meeting which will decide the dates The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim obedience Hatcher training by MaJ. Harry I Smith added: "We feel that this
the service. for using one of the boxersfrom action : the block) will not-
Coning
closing during next
done a great deal of the work I I year. Ritch on new Bland-ng road won
his
Bradford High .hinueif. Mrs. Marian Howe, executive second place with a cash prize of kennel I keep a new supermarket buikKog

Bill Wall said he to Keystone BankStockholders BPW Christmas DanceThe secretary, says anyone can have a $10, and the 1-ome of Mr. and Mrs. thews This was followed by Gene :Mat from being constructed in Starke.
com
Lists Honor Roll hoped giving a brief review ot I If they want a new building they
plete a six-unit addition to his MeetThe car sticker of the Florida State W.1.. Graham placed third with
BPW invites Starke's residents Fair by calling at the Chamber of I v.'i: events, funny and otherwise, that will get it and I, for one. will

Seniors listed were: T. J. Alderman ,Bradford Wall Motor Court by January. regular annual meeting of to see in the New Year at Commerce office. She wishes to. Judges of the contest, which was have taken place in the Rotary welcome it -- in the proper loca-
said the
George Canova, Judy Casey, I deluxe new units will be a the stockholders of the Keystone a big dance at the USO Building thank those who have coperatedwith sponsored by the Starke Garden Club during the past year. tion."

Jackie Hersey Wendell Kelly, Patty heat large, type with hot water State Bank will be held Monday, next Friday night. Larry Gibson the Chamber during the past r"'tutwere Mrs. R H. K -Hey and The program ended on a serious He said that the delegationhad

Lawson, Barbara McComb, 'shower, thermostatic control, a tile |Jan. 10, at 3 p.m. for the purposeof and his orchestra are furnishingthe : year, and wishes everyone a Mer Mrs.! Cecil H-xrk. bath of Melroscn1 note, with Judge Geo. L. Patten appeared before the Council

Barbara Prevatt JoAnn Smith, and tub combination withglass electing directors and transact- music, and BPW members are I ry Christmas and a Happy New Mrs. Johi }1t. )oran of Key- describing the founding and the at an early date in an attempt to
Townsend Strickland, and Sonny shower doors, carpeted floors, expansion throughout the world halt the move before it would
ing other business. selling tickets for $3 a couple. Year on behalf of the Chamber. s cue He'ghts of
Tenly. and other luxuries. He started I I the Rotary organization, which is seriously hurt anyone concerned.

Juniors listed were: Donald construction on the units in No- currently observing its Golden An "You can't zone anything out afterit

Carter, Pearson Cox, Gall Duke vember. niversary.Rev. Is once there," he said. "After

Margaret Duncan, Bobby Ferguson For A i L. D. Haines dismissed the the building is built it will be too

Shirley Green, Stanley Green, Big Dad Recipe Party group with prayer. late."

Jackie Hobbs, William Home, Edwin Employees The committee in charge of this The one-year "emergency" ordinance

Johns, Kathryn Johns, Ruth Have Annual Party I I II enjoyable affair was composed : was requested as a stop

.. ....., Dave
Lee, Barbara Matchett, Irene ""' If Simpson, chairman, p. T gap until the zoning committee can

Metzger Jack Miller, Jan Mun-I The employees of Big Dad fi f- Nolin and MaJ. Hatcher. complete its plan for the entire

dorff, Barbara Norman, Jane macyfacturtng Co. celebrated The effective decorating of the city.When
4
RIchards, Gay Rimert Elizabeth ChrVmas last Friday with a din f { club was In charge of Mrs. J. A queried yesterday, Mrs.

Tatum, and Patricia Wainwright. ner and a party around the company's Griffin. J. W. Kincaid, president of tho
i Woman's Club, said that she could
Sophomores listed were: Maxine Christmas tree. The employees -

Andrews Nancy Bates, Martha each received a gift from'i Carl McKinney Dies not attend Tuesday night's Council .

Brookins Marilyn Cox, I I D. S. Siceloft, president of the I tt II4 .1 #4 tit Of meeting because of illness, but
Virg'Core
Green Lucille company, and then they exchanged i z # Ss r rf- Heart AttackCarl that she, personally, was strongly

Pisano, and Ann Williams. I gifts among themselves. +c opposed to commercial enterprises
: The dinner McKinney, resident in the block and tha individual
Freshmen were: Patricia Alvarez was held at the First of

David Canova, Phillip Clark ,Methodist Church recreation room 4 ; Sampson City, died suddenly Monday members of the organization she

Amelia Coleman Tommy Dyal, with music by Toby Dowdy and : : t afternoon following a heart had contacted were likewise op
attack.
Judy Candy Patricia Hobbs, his orchestra. The group sang sev s. I He was born in Bradford posed.

Reason Kirkland Iris McCullough, eral Christmas carols following the\ ...," County on Sept 7, 1892, to the Rev. L. D. Haines pastor of the
P 'late
meaL L Babe and Polly Parrish Mc First Baptist Church. said that
Raymond Moody Wanda Norman, .
Patricia Pellum Burge Searing, Sicelcffs gift to each employee Kinney.Mr. although his church was not represented
Take Some Tots An -ATree Lots of Gifts .
and Glenda Varnes. was a set of aluminum cooking McKinney was a member of at the Council meeting,
and .. the Baptist Church and a veteranof the consensus of the membership,
Barbara pans two Pyrex baking dishes. ------ -
Eighth graders were:
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Bates, Sandra Carmichael. Char- The employees: also received their I -- o World War I. |as far as he had ascertained, Is

. lene Dennis, Jean Dugger Rosin weekly checks at the party A Surviving besides his wife are: !strongly in opposition, as is he
two daughters, Mrs. Lorine Nunnery | He said
Flakes, Patricia Humphries, JudyJudd .personally. he planned to
of Miami and Mrs. bring it before his
Joyce official
Helen I. up
Agnes
Kelly. Mary
I Funeral Services I Ryals of Lake City; three sons board for discussion Sunday.

Matthews. Maurice Overstreet I .. Buford of Sampson City, Matthew :, When informed of the Council'saction

George Patten Elizabeth Prevatt,. Held For Infant ra .. .y 1 of Chicago, EL, and G. W. 11 c- '! Andrews said that he had

Franklin Ritch Jimmy Ritch, Shi Kinney of Jacksonville; two brothers Loped: to erect a fine new struct-

Anne Smith, and Benny Williams Funeral services were held Friday _: k ( John and Ernest B. McKinney !ore on the site within three

Dec. 17, at the Dyal cemetery .. ex both of Starke; three sisters: I months. He said that in his opinion
Seventh graders were: Robbie for Shells Kay Thompson in. t-- Mrs. Lester Kite, Mrs. Once Wynn, the churches would be actual-

Capps Kathleen Conway, Larry fant daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. THank 'and Mrs. Lizzie Wynn, all of ly helped by the proposed supermarket -

Elder, Virginia Erwin B. Thompson of Lawtey. who died Starke. { since its paved parking

Graham, SonIa Hunter Freida Thursday in a Jacksonville hospit- .... Funeral Services were held at area would be available to
al. < M graveside: in Brown
Kimbler, Betty Lewis, Brenda Cemetery churchgoers on Sunday.In .
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Surviving besides her parents Wednesday at 3 pm with the In his talk before the Council
Lewis, Spanky McLendon, Patricia are one brother, Blaine; her paternal r Merle Packham
i .=- -- -- --,-- -- pastor of the Mr. Smith had said that althoughthe
Plnmmer. Linda Kay Sale, Douglas grandfather, H. S. Thompson '." : Hampton Baptist Church, offs the present plan might not be to
Seymour, of Lake Butler; and her maternal AndRefreshments; ing. Interment followed in
Jack Sivert, Sara Jo AChristmas Stonr the operate the supermarket on Sun-
Sprow, Harvey Tanner, Harold grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B .J! I1 ;;a .. _ '' __ -. __ i family plot. day, there was no assurance that

Tyus, Barbara Ward Randall j Johns of Lawtey. The chief ingredients in this Christmas Party are the members of four classes at Starke Elementary SchooL They were: Mrs. Evelyn > DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I Sunday closing would be enforced
Rev. Milton Dukes officiated of
atI Starke
Wilcox and Frank I i Cooper's second grade (tree); Mrs. P. T. Nolia's first grade (gifts): Mrs. R. S. Mullin's second grade (story); and Miss Madge MiddleIon's o was in charge of ar! In future years. "There are superI -
WUliams. the funeral services.
raagements.
first grade (refreshments). -PolaroidMinute Photos by the Telegraph- I (Continued on page 8))







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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA
FRIDAY DECEMBER 24, 19M
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'nTYT'f'TTTTTT1'1'1'1'TTTTT1'Y'I I fYYTYYYTYTTTTYYTVWTYTTVHIGHLAND in our community Sunday. He er by leaving it with Mrs. Maudie HAMPTON
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH said he and his dad and brothers
Smith or
by
I bringing it to Mrs. CHRISTIAN CHURCH
II ElL BRONN landed a seven-point buck. Lacey Norman
OLDEST: FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Mr. Converse doesn't to Sunday afternoon. Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship
seem A thought for the week: "Al- Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program
improve in health. George Ervin
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under By Mrs. Ancel NormanasaalUaaaaaaaalUlaaaaa By Sirs. Lacy NonnanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Harvey is sick with the flu. Sev- ways meet people with a smile. 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8
the'Aet of March S, 1879. eral others are still,down with the Then they will be happy." p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon. pastor.

flu. Hope all will soon be well Christian I
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION The annual Christmas play was Eevelyn Norman of Jackson- again. I Church Guarantee Your
1 presented at the Baptist Church ville spent the weekend home here i iI I Zettie Padgett returned home I. E. Sherwood pastor $9.95
last Saturday. The theme was with her Mr. and Mrs. PICTURE TUBE f
parents
Saturday after few
Christmas Behind Mend A Bad World'Christmas I spending a Sunday School
'To each Sunday at 10 In. Per Year I
I taken from the Bible and it was Leonard Norman and family. weeks with Dick Starling at I to 21 In.
The Iron Curtain written by the pastor around the Maudie Smith and daughter, Heilbronn.Mrs. 9:45 a. m., C. W. Colsoa, superin- calf 239 For Details !

( is the best day of the entire year. Other holidays characters of Mary, Joseph, the Shirley, and Maggie Crews were G. N. Norman spent several tendent; Sunday Worship Servicesat CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
Christmas won't be a very jolly :I have their significance, true. But if it were possible angels and shepnerds. Followingthe I all shopping in Jacksonville Thurs- days last week at Clay Hill with 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Wednes- RADIO TV I
time for the seventy millions! of j joeople I to measure human happiness and compassion, day by day, play gifts were exchanged ana day.Richard her son, Dock Norman. day prayer: meetings at 7:30: p. m. I 1
In Communist East Europe it is certain that on Christmas Day the peak would be reached. Santa presented all present with Sapp and son Dickey, i Mr. Boree of Middleburg was la.I .

A the Red Star of Russia con-I Then, all over the Country indeed, over a large part of The school presented its proa ,of Green Cove Springs visited the our community Friday.E. I ,{
tones it long range plan to the world, the strains of Silent Night usher in the day of bag of fruit and candy. Lacy Normans Saturday. C. Harvey And Lacey Nor- 4 f
ote Christmas and Christ en- gram Friday night followed by the Lacey Norman was the lucky one man made a business trip to
rejoicing and universal good will. It is the time of
Jrely. year exchange of gifts in the individual in our community Saturday when White House Friday. 1+ iii
when the of mankind becomes manifest and the I {
la the wheels of Poland, goodness rooms. Afterwards, school was he killed a buck. Anyone having news of this
CMchosluiaWa, Ilaagary.; Romania miracle of the nativity holds us enthralled. dismissed for a two weeks vaca- Dick Starling of Heilbronn was I community may get it in the pap-
and Bulgaria, children are being Now for almost two thousand years men have celebratedthe jon and classes will be resumedJan. /

taught that their parcnta are I birth of Christ and with each passing year, as the Earth 3.Mrs.. I ( &
wrong. The Red Star of Russia,I and its creatures and their manner of living become more Marian White visited her I
not the Star of Bethlehem, is the complex and trouble-torn. His birthday becomes more and parents, the Ancel Normans, Wednesday -
important thing in their scheme of I more significant.The and Friday afternoon. 0

living. f tinsel glory that was Rome has long since crumbledto Marklee Norman spent Saturday ,
There will be parties for the kids I dust. With it 'has vanished the flesh and the influence of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. t 11 iTTflppu !
ia school and In the halls of Communist Leroy Norman Sr. i #
countless Caesars and Hitlers whose lust for and {SOt
power .P
organizations, but they win Wedding bells were ringing Sun I
be held near January 1 rather than I plunder brought them only the sadistic misery of seeing day night, Dec. 12, for Fredia .' -

December Christmas trees will I! humanity wrecked and for a time enslaved. Green and Bobby Crews. 0 I I / Hers are our best wishes
be called New Year's trees, or But He whose birthday we honor this week came to Rudolph Sapp was injured in a a t :

-dmply "winter trees. The exchange Earth with a mission to give, and not to take; a mission to fall from a bridge, where be was for
I
of gifts' U discouraged, as l love, and not to hate. And now almost two thousand working last Friday, and had to be tnrislmasbe '" a rnemorflWai
;ifU, to them, are symbols of years later he stands still undimmed as the central figurein confined to a hospital in St. Au-1 O9 "....."_,-,001-- :
"'decadent capitalism. all ''human history. gustine. He was released Sunday I I :."" Christmas abundant with
AH this Is depressing enough, afternoon, but will not be able; to '
What we call the spirit of Christmas is really the spirit tours
iut tech the mothers crowning were blow advised came when not of Christ. Look at the faces of children on that day and return Rev.to Milton work Dukes soon. left Monday I good cheer and good

you will see all the beauty and faith that grownups so sorely I o ,
'ko send packages to their soldier for South Carolina to spend the I' I
ons away from home. They al- need. Listen to a group of children singing Christmas Carols holidays with his parents and I: fellowship.Warren's .
.a4y have enough to eat, and and you will hear the voices of angels. other members of his family. He 1 '- '
tekages will only spoil them" Tyrants may continue their insane conquests, but Jesus plans to return Dec. 31. Rev. G.
'W one Communist newspaper Christ will not be destroyed. He lives on and is born anew E. Cutshaw will bring the messages -'. -
"toriaL each Christmas Day in the hearts or mankind teaching us I both morning and evening, I KOCH DRUG STORE I

again that, through Him, we can find the way to peace on on Dec. 26. I
?ossumology Earlh, good will toward men. Carl Rosier of Ocala was a recent -' Super Shell StationStarke

For Christmas is not just a day for children. It is a time visitor of his parents, Mr.I
As if the low price of eggs and and Mrs. J. M. Rosier.
for sober realization that the treachery of power politics has Starke. Florida
rollers and bens isn't trouble failed to bring peace to the world. So has deceit brutality, Wishing everyone a Merry' Florida
Bradford poul- Christmas
for County and
enough and force. It is time for renewed and that a Happy New
hope
try raisers, that Sid familiar pest, a prayer Year. I i
'he 'pobsum, is raiding hen houses the peoples of the earth are at long last ready to discard
nightly from one' end of the county their false prophets and put their faith in the power and -----

to the other. efficacy of the Golden Rule.

Now the "po+>SWIl. in case you'renot In the words of Willis E. Stone, president of the American
"up" in such matters is a Progress Foundation:
pokey scoundrel who waddles up "Is there error in the idea that we should do unto othersas
to a hen house in"the inky dark- we would have them do unto us? Is there any other way
....*. of night, manages to get in '
actually to achieve 'peace on earth, good will toward men?
l.y climbing or squeezing througha "Do we dare put the Christmas spirit into year around
bites the nearest
hen tiny in aperture the back of the neck, and operation? Or do the Caesars and Hitlers still possess us,
proceeds to stuff hl.mse1lUh asserting bogus claims of authority over the peoples of the

chicken. lie's not to be confused earth, feeding their lust upon the substance they take by

th the pole cat coon, or fox, who force from those who produce?
11.8 1 their chicken too, but can't "In America we have approached closer to the Divine way wNVi0
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hold a candle to the possum I' than has been possible in other lands because we, as a people, S Y
wriggling into hen houses. put constitutional chains upon the powers of government

And the possum comes from avery making the individual supreme by law. Thus the individualhas I -c II ,
queer family, the mursupialia.a I. been free to develop his own life as God ordained." II I
order of mammals whose females Emerson has said that, "The way to mend a bad worldis I

are equipped with pouches to create the right world." Whether this world is ever to !
wed in nursing and carrying She :v
oung. Consequently Mrs. 'possum be the right world will depend upon the people in it and I II II I p :.
needs employ no baby sitter when I I each of us is ONE of these people each an individual, free I

she wants to help pappy pull a'' to develop his own life as God ordained.On .
little! Job. She just takes the this Christmas Day of 1954 the Star of Bethlehem !

youngsters along so they can learn shines again in the heavens, guiding wise men to the last

the technique. and only hope of a troubled world. On this Christmas morn-

It you're afflicted with 'possums, ing Christ is born again in the 'hearts of men reawakeningthe
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they're mighty hard to get rid Divine ideals by which man may ultimately work out his .4,4k
of. Dogs of course, will do the salvation and finally find 'Peace on earth to men of good
Job with great gusto if they can will.'
catch the scoundrel on the ground. I j
But old blow poke heads for a tree to try and keep the rascals out. knothole after eating his fill of
at the first sound of a hound bayIng But that's easier said than done. chicken!

and then it's up to the henhouse \\V\e been willing to imagine that We're Inclined to agree with I
owner to find him and knock 'possum might be able to squeezethrough those who say that a good 'possum
him out. a knothole to get Into a Is! a dead 'possum especially
Most folks maintain that the chicken! house, but he can't possibly when baked and served with sweet ,

best way to cope with 'pos'wns Is squeeze back through the same potatoes and turnip greens.A i iI I


I WORD OF THINKS I .

To the news writer on the Commissioner preferred
SOIL CONSERVATION I I Board: I

If the Commissioners would do
N-E-W-S dr what's promised to people they
would not have to call themselves
By Bill HaasU grumblers for going up to meet
them so much, and the people's
S. SOIL CONSERVATION
children probably wouldn't be sick

SERVICE and having to miss so much school.I .
am yours truly,
I I
-Mrs. Katie Criffis
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Complete soil and water conservation -I trict's grain drill to plant sweet
farm plans were deliveredto lupine. He said that he can tell I lI i

T. A. Graves and Freeman Reg-I the difference in the grass whena Wash Your Clothes t ift
ister Jr. Mr. Graves Is going to cover crop is planted before seeding I ; for

use Pensacola Bahia and Coastal I' the grass.A. I 9 Pounds
Bermuda for permanent pasture on H. Harley used the District's i YFa
his dairy farm. For winter grazinghe to w
jCUltipacker plant crimson clover. For 40c! i g
is using white clover and oats. A complete soil and water con-
We in the barn I
were standing
I servation farm plan was preparedon FREE Bleach If Desired!
discussing his farm plan while he Harley's place. He is using Pen-
was doling out feed to his cows.
sacola and Argentine Bahia for OWe
Mr. Graves I
put down the feed !
J permanent pasture. While
pail and stated that you sure can standing
see the difference In the flow of'around discussing pastures and I Will

milk when the cows have good, cows with Harley, J. R. Wainwright -I Dry Your Clothes o
came up. Nookie said, '
green grazing. I
Freeman is using Pensacola I "Come on over and I' will show For 20c

Bahia for his permanent .you some fine oats." In
grass New Automatic Driers! th
pasture. This winter he used the I He planted oats on some highly
District's grain drill to plant sweet fertilized truck crop land and O
lupine. He also used the seeder 'I they were sure looking green and
cultipacker to plant Pensacola Ba- |I growing fine. We rode over some I TheVasheteria\

hia on top of the sweet lupine. The 10f I his Pensacola Bahia pastures i iI I .
lupine will give his cows some temple Ave. Slarke y
which
were limed this and
year I
winter grazing and also help the I This merry world traveler could
he
I I: clover was showing up good. tx A: I '
grass by adding nitrogen to the __ I 4'

soil.A tell that ice-cold Coca-Cola 4
request for a soil survey I you
-- was made by L. E. Jones Cecil -| 'I ulefide .km.. r
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Crawford and Leonard Johns'Jr.
L. E. Jones has a place located -. is the perfect gift for thirst to rin
'
on Highway 301 just south of "" ""

Lawtey.We were. walking over his fields j jI Mombasa, in Rome, in Rio i
jI 't 4lOTTtIO
I
discussing different pasture grass
r'hen Jack Jones remarked that I

the soil in. this area needs plenty'' t. and where you live.fo44qb1r754e44e.
or organic matter. "I'm turning''
under all the organic material I 'VS

can' ," says Jack. I!
Leonard Johns used the"! Dis- ;i .
I } $
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ALL Tlf ES OF

PEST CONTROL .
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TERMITESHousehold .
Commercial "fit "' May the Blessings of Christmas

GROVE SPRAYINGCan

for estimate > De. :. bt heaped upon you a

Florida Pest Control
I hundredfold. ONDII AOTHOIITY Of flU COCA.COIA COMfAMT IT

I & Chemical Co. I STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
K!0 N.W. 6th st. PI!.. 6033 Barksdale's Store
I Department "
Gainesville, Fla. I II II II J
Starke Florida "CoIt- e retht.r.d bed.-a .
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Jones and daughter, Jackie, who I I members of the Methodist Churchare I 9..TYTYTTTTTTY.TTTTTTT I make a habit of making thingsof I NOTICE TO APPEAR Complaint 11'11be taken as
con Divorcehas
have been spending some time with looking forward to meeting the this nature public, but we do U Florid Clrralt !Court. ('.."Bradford rrry.Caterina Co..t,. fessed by you. been filed against you In .he
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LAWTEYby \ her daughter-in-law and grand- new "assistant pastor." LONG BRANCH I feel led to make the above statements Greco Plaintiff, vs. Sal- ;ance This each notice week shall for four be published above named Court and cause and
children here also returned to Ft. Dr. and Mrs. Sacker accom- l and are so glad that these vdiure Greco, Defendant.Case live weeks In the Bradford coneecu-Count you jruur are answer required or to pleading serve a copy U the of
No.
Myers with them. The Troy Ben- panied by Dr. Morris of Park-of- 'young men have seen their mis- Vat Ire To Apprr. IO-7S7 relegraph. complaint on the Plal) Mlft .
L. II. FutchlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. netts are now operating the business the-Palms and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. by Mrs. J. L Strickland 'I take and have decided to live different To: Salvatore Greco, whose residence OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 1 day) Charles of Dec.A., 1954.barb Attorney Florida, T. A. Yawn, Starke '

in the McSwain store. We Nollman of Starke attended services and Jimmy LangIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA lives. We wish others would No. 13.and Bagheria address Palermo IS: Via noarbuto Italy. Clerk of the Circuit curt and nit the original In the office of
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the Clerk .
extend best wishes for success to at the Methodist Church Sunday I make a decision not to do as older You are Hereby notified :cat 1 12/3 4t 12(14:! before of the Circuit Court .
Dean Harley is spending the II suit for or the 3 day of January, 1955;
both: groups in their new under morning. In the absenceof I ones advise when it is in this line Divorce otherwise the allegations of salt
Christmas holidays with relativesin The regular monthly meeting of has been filed !.NOTICK Complaint will be taken as confessed -
takings.H. the regular pastor, Dr. Sackerwas and wish the older ones would against you In th TO APPEAR ..
Philadelphia, Penn. Florida C. Kelley and Marvin Warren the speaker for the 11 o'clock the P. T. A. was held Tuesday of decide to live for the God eternal you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and uf Floridai I. Clrralt IB Court Cttancfrj.Bradford CoaBtr This by yo notice shall be patnshed ;
David Kelly, a student of were business visitors to Lakelandon I service. last week, but the crowd was slim instead of the god of sin. your answer or pleading to th Edward E. Thomas, Plaintiff, vs. once each week for four consecutive !i
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Southern College, Lakeland arrived due to the cold weather. Our next complaint on the Plaintiff Irene Carriebelle Thomas, Defendant. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
to spend the holidays Friday of last week. The L. H. Futches spent from Carson Griffis called on us Sunday Attorney T. Frank Landrum, Case No. 10-782 'I
home Friday Miss Mary Julia Futch, a stud- Saturday to Monday with her meeting will be held Jan. 14 instead afternoon looking for a Christ- Starke. Florid. utire To ABD*>M Dated. thls 2: day of November I
and 19I.'OFFICIAL
with his parents, Mr. and file the In To Irene
of Jan. 11, and we plan this original the office : Carriebelle Thomas,
ent at FSU, Tallahassee, arrived brother L. B. Crosby, and family, mas tree for the Highland Church. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on whose residence and address is: Un SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1
Mrs. H. C. Kelly. j meeting for Friday night insteadof or before the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
the Christmas in Greensboro. known.
to spend also furnished trees for the
Wells arrived honte from last Saturday We By Marian L. II
Earnest Tuesday night because We are 3 day of January, 1955;; You are hereby notified that a Crosby Deputy Clerk.
Va. on Saturday to vacation with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crawford Clay Hill Holiness Church and the otherwise rn* aiicK"i."u> gain nit for 11/1 4t 12(11
Ft Story,
short play a
working on a
I y
Mrs. Joyce Futch. .and children were visiting relatives -
spend a furlough, lasting until Mr. Strickland for Long Branch Church. It seems we
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Richards of in High Springs last Satur- comedy. says j
Christmas, with his mother, Mrs. all to attend if they want a good 1 have the nicest cedar trees around
Mae Wells. Jackson, S. C. are on an extended .day.Last here and every year we let quitea I
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of I visit with their daughter, Mrs. Sunday it was our pleasureto laugh. number of them go. 1I
Preston Green, and family. Mr. attend the Christmas The WMU of Long Branch I
this program
Biloxl, Miss. are spending James Carter Jr., who is stationed -
with his Mr. and and Mrs. W. H. Bennett and children and other activities of the Greensboro Church met Thursday night of 1. I
week parents with the Army at Ft. Jackson -
Laurie and Tess, arrived on Methodist Church. Thel'astor'fS last week, but the crowd was slim I lilt!
I
J.
Mrs. O. Phillips.
S. C., visited home folks over
clue to the cold, also. I
Mrs. L. H. Hill of Ft. Myers Is Thursday of last week to spend]I story for the children wasa the weekend.
the Christmas holidaysat the Christmas holidays with the legend which, with his permission Clay Hill school closed for the I
spending take this holidays last Friday. Our teachersare Harry Jeffery of Doctors Inlet,
I Greens. Mrs. Bennett is also a we method of passing
her home here.
Mrs. Marvin Warren daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richards. on to others: loved by all and we do hope we who has spent some time overseas, 'i
Mr. and
arrived last week to spend some Their home is in Lebanon, Pa. The Richest Wise Man can get them back here next year. I is home again and visiting friends I I
with we all around especially Shirley. III
anything
They cooperate
As
time with his parents, Mr. and The First Baptist Church and the the Wise Men were riding !I
Carter in the Hill section.
mention that is for the Clay
along their patrons
Mrs. J. E. Warren. Marvin is Grace Methodist Church will pre- on way to Bethlehemto I
see the Baby Jesus and to upbuilding of our school or com Mrs. Ella Carter and two of I A\ ,
at give
stationed with the Air Force sent their annual Christmas pro. 'I I '
Him munity. The children are learning her daughters and her daughter- .
birthday presents, the
one .
this week Thursday night
Eglin Air Base. grams : I I I WY.S .
who had the costliest gift sawsome better this year than usual, too, i in-law Mrs. Frank Carter, and two .
Wells and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank at the Baptist Church and Friday j
beautiful flowers the parents report. Our teachers, granddaughters called on t>v
Nina, of Okeechobee night at the Methodist.Mrs. very grow
daughter, .
_
the Roddy family, have gone to Stricklands : _.&.. /
weekend with her moth ing on the hill side. They were the Saturday. The young .A I
the
spent A. H. Harley Sr. enter- I Arkansas for the holidays and we folks
Miss :Mary most beautiful blue flowers he had were hunting kumquats and
Miner.
Effie
er Mrs. tained with a family dinner at her
wish for them an enjoyable vacation Ella
her ever seen: a very pretty blue, was looking for some seed I
Moates returned with par
Ann
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home last at which tine
to th Sunday |' bright and beautiful like the blue with relatives and friends. beans a special kind that I I =
Okeechobee
ents to spend
the group enjoyed their annual sky when the sun shines on it early I Mrs. W. B. Whitehead is very brought here with me. : (Ewfiftaifc

holidays. H. Day there.P. of Cedar Key spent Christmas the occasion party.. Those presentfor in the morning; and the longer he I ill in the Orange Park hospital It is so cold this morning that '! '"
were Mr. and
Sunday night with his sister, Mrs. Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. and :Mr. were.locked at them the prettier they 'and hope shows she will no soon improvement.recover. We do I this can't write very well. I think|' '. Buy the perfect gift for that special person the
typewriter is colder than
the
H. E. Priest, and family. On Monday and Mrs. A. L. Starke I General Electric White Christmas Gift Certificate.
: Harley of
;
Mrs. Priest accompanied her At last he stopped his camel, Several members of the Ebenezer frost and ice that is all over every-

brother to Jacksonville for a visit Mrs.Nelson Mattie Blocker Miley, Mr. and Mrs. got down, and picked a bouquet Church came to Long Branch thing this morning. But anyway. Sho- can choose, from our large selection of wonder-

with her father who is seriously Mr. Elocker's mother and children of Jacksonville and :o take home. He was not coming Church Sunday night, thinking we I'm still able to write: t x fig/, dependable G-E appliances, and apply the Gift
back
the to have Christmas
ill in the hospital.Mr. same road, so he had to were our program MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
Mr. Certificate towards its purchase.
; and Mrs. S. C. Harleyand take his flowers along with him. but were disappointed as it
and Mrs. Claude Rowe spent sons, St. Clair, and Mr. and The scheduled .
other Wise Men got there first was for Thursday, Dec. $25
Sunday with relatives in Jackson Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins $25
and daughter and went in ahead, so he was the 23. Coming back from church we *vw- > vxs. V"GE

ville.Mrs. !"f Heilbronn; the II. C. Harley last to offer his gift to the Christ saw a car in the ditch on the road ,

H. E. Dixon and childrenand family, the D. B. Harley family, Child. As he bent to lay the near Jack Wilkinson's place and I i ,
Mrs. W. E. Gault and son were and Sumter Harley and son, Dean costly gift down, the tiny Baby soon learned that Mr. Jones and i ;

fchopping in Jacksonville Tuesday. of Lawtey; M. E. lIennegar of extended its hand as if reaching the ones from Ebenezer Church I Ii iI 4

Mrs. L. J. Padgett and small Lake City and Mrs. Mae Wells and for the flowers. The Wise Man had had the misfortune to get in- i I /

daughter of Maxville spent Sunday son. Ernest, of Lawtey. The day looked at his flowers and thoughtof to the ditch. Fortunately, Mr. 1 '

with her mother Mrs. Mark Tan LEing too cold for an out-of-doors his family and how they would Jones had a tow rope in his car, 1wV i ;

ner. affair, the dinner was served buffet like to have them. He knew that so Mr. Sullivan soon had them in AUTOMATICWASHERS. .. .:: t 4
style in the he could the clear and all came out safely. ;
Mrs. C. A. McSwain and sons, dining room with a not pick any more for
Ronnie and Donnie, left for Ft. total of 33 people present. Even he had to go home on another road, This road is a little treacherousat ., I t I I i ;

Pierce on Tuesday where they will the cold weather and! the crowded BUT being a REALLY wise man, night and if folks don't watch t ..' :.:.-i..:' ;

make their home. The McSwain condition did not mar the happiness he put the flowers in the tiny baby cut they are likely to go too far 3: .$(
family lived in Ft. Pierce before of the occasion. hand and left them there. to one side or the other and lal/us Actlvotorf :'c i > '4.' I Il I 1 rJ

coming to Christmasfor The road back home was long stay there for a while. take Wwhlng A Lawtey. Mrs. Ruth 'Tis quite a happy a W/e/ this means
::
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one and the man there We were sorry to learn that Albert ttut Until iplft- : ffiliift
got :
the Rev. and Mrs. C. F. after ::::! ::::.
Guarantee Cum-I e dark and SmitlHnjured his leg pullingthe :: :::::!:
Your $' .95 bee Jr. They are went immediately to bed. of expressing -"Int.- :*;i:' ::
9 Early the next muscles and leaders loose from
morning when
Carroll F. he
birth of a son,
PICTURE TUBE awoke and looked out the window (I behind one knee, and did not seem our appreciation to ;
10 In. to 21 In. Per Tear a Gainesville hospital on Tuesdayof he was surprised to see a yard full ;:to be Improving very fast the I''
Call 239 For Detail last week. Mrs. Cumbee and of beautiful blue flowers, Just likethe ',last we heard from him. our friends and customers

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD baby are now with Mr. Cumbee's ones he had given away. Now I'I Harold Manning has returned for t t i t '

RADIO TV I parents in Newbern, but expect to he has plenty just because: "He ;i jfrom the Correctional Institute at 1 their wonderful :? t
come home within a few days, and who [Greenlee. Va. Mr. Strickland "
gives freely shall receive. I I I is patronage during 1954 PRICED nOM ,
abundantly." his parole advisor, and we are
glad that Harold is able to be back and at the same time t. .

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all we're glad he has resolved to to wish you miWI.-
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be a better boWe feel that the

BROOKER older people who get these young A Very MerryChristmas We Service Everything Vfe Sell

boys into trouble should be theones

By Polly Walt Jr. ,to suffer the most, but that i

is not always the case. Robert And
aAAAU.AAAAA A AAU A.AAAAA I Martin sent in his last parole report G. J. MCGRI

Mrs. R- F. Gano recently visited the last of the week and ware e A Happy New Year i

her sister, Mrs. J. W. Brown In gladthat he also seems to bea
Hawthorne.Mr. much better young man. We GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

are glad that these two boys, as a Cor. Call & Walnut Sts.
and Mrs. W. M. Lawhon, 1 Phone 229
All Our Friends and Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green of Gainesville !the well as J. T. Padgett, have seen Starke, Fla
error of their ways and have
and Mrs.
Aubrey Hazen and
decided there is a better and more
son Neal, were in Jacksonville
We Will Be Open business recently. on profitable way to live than mak
ing whiskey for someone who does
Edward Barker of Jacksonvillewas not have to suffer for the crimes

ALL DAY CHRISTMAS a recent guest of the R. H. because he is not caught but leaves PHONE 4144
['Greens. others to do the work while he

Al-c Clyde R. Kelly of Dedella, stays in the clear. We do not I p1 I I I

6 A.M. To 10 P.M. Miss. is home visiting friends a/id

relatives.Mr. .
,
: and Mrs. Lonnie Swartz ot ... -

Full Course Turkey Dinner Mayville, N. Y. were recent guestsof
the Waits enroute to their.winter 1
tt I i. '
home Sarasota..

Charles Kelley has left for San e r. i aYS
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Diego, Calif where he will be S t i c ( J '

stationed in the Navy. i
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Friends of Gerald Gay will be i sil t d ''t s ; '
glad to know that he is doing I t', 1 t I ,l .t i :.
,
nicely after undergoing surgery in Ii 3t i'I + I
0
flei Dr. Houpt's hospital in Starke. i II 1 t r
aJLti Cr j t 1, i1 lr r r ,.
Mrs. J. R. Parrish of Palatkawas I I -
a recent guest of her daughter p i I
I li 1 t r. l !
Mrs. G. A. Gay, and family. \\nb iI
I d
Pfc Vernon Overturf and Mrs.
,
Overturf announce the birth of a

daughter, Cathey Laverne, on Dec. !

IrJl Korea.13. Pfc Overturf is stationed in


Santa Claus visited the Brooker

N Junior high school Friday morningand : -. I H

presented each child with a r

bag of fruits and candies. Eachof
DeWitt C. Jones
the classes had their own indi

vidual parties at which they exchanged FUNERAL DIRECTOR

gifts and enjoyed the re T. I

freshments.Mrs. Starke, Florida

Jimmy Whittle and son,
Ricky, of Jacksonville visited the

Christmas Customs Change! Junior Saturday.The Bighams. Thursday through


Millers spent the weekend

But The Spirit Stays The Same sure.Mrs.down .state on business and plea a.

Vernon Overturf and
daughter, Kathy Laverne, have arrived -I :
In Feudal times there was the ceremony of draggingin home from the hospital.

the Yule log The Manor Lord asked friends and ing Mother fine.and daughter are both do- .: q'P


serfs alike to the Christmas feast. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and son,

( Neal, and sister, Flora Green, of

Gainesville enjoyed a business trip / .

Today there are trimmed trees, lighted wreaths, intimate to Jacksonville Monday. r
the of Christmas
I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. COleman of 0 May meanings

family gatherings and soft carols in the air. Gainesville visited the L. L. Parkers ,

J Sunday.Mr. be deeper its friendship ;
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and Mrs. Troy Thomas and I
t But in all ages the spirit of Christmas lifts man's Ronald and Patricia are visiting .i

: vision to that beautiful scene in the stable: the Mother the H. W. Thomas'. hanks too for your stronger and its hopes brighter I
:1 Wishing you all a Merry

Mary, St. Joseph, The Magi the manger, the Child. Christmas and a Happy New Year. ,
for each of this
Season.
While rushing around let's not forget good wtS; and friendship you
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I the true meaning of Christmas, ". ., J10 ; .!

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1954

I 1I 1----. .. I Mrs. R. P. Henderson Hi-Y Club Held Freda Green Weds Dennison Reunion- I-Gregory Jarrell- on Dec 20. Bigham played Santa Claus and

Honored At Several Party And HayrideThe William R. CrewsMr. Held At MidwayThe II Mr. and Mrs. William F. Padgettof distributed gifts to each member.
Maxville a son, Dec. 20. Those attending were Mrs. T. W.

Keystone PartiesMr. Hi-Y Club anrt their dates and Mrs. W. H. Green of family of the late Thomas Markey, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster

and Mrs. R. L. Walker held held a delightful Cluistmas party Lawtey announce the marriage of Madison Dennison held a family The Starke Maternity Hospital Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins, Mrs. W.

house in honor of their Tuesday evening with their spon- their daughter, Freda Voncffle to reunion at the site of the old announces the following births: L. Douglas. Mrs. W. T. Blair, Mrs.
open
daughter and her husband, Mr. and sor, Dr. Calvin Houpt and Mrs. William R. Crews son of Mrs. homestead at Midway about six Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wayne Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Effie Hodge,
Houpt and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Stafford Crews of New River. The i Roark of Hampton, a
miles from
Mrs. Robert Preston Henderson Lake Butler on Sun- daughter, ':Mrs. Mattie Sowell, Mrs. Tim Rogers -
I Conner serving as chaperones.The wedding was an event of December day, Dec. 12. All of the children Alma Ruth, on Dec. 15. I
Gladys Mooty HI, on Sunday Dec. 12, from 3 to Miss Ross, and Mrs. Bigham
Phone 35 5 p.m. One hundred twenty-five early part of the eveningthe 13 In Nahunta, Ga. were gathered for the first time Mr. and Mrs. James August,

4' .. I r guests were invited to call to meet group went out for a hayrideand Mr. and Mrs. Crews are making in many years. Peterson of Starke, a daughter A1T-i* -1

the young couple. The Walker caroling around the town and their home with Mr. Crews' mother Mr. Dennison was first marriedto Pauline Cecile, Dec. 15.

Miss Shirley Jean Coitle Marries residence on Lake Geneva was delivered Christmas baskets to in New River. Linda Conner. To them were
Mr. Crews is stationed with the I D
beautifully decorated: with seasonal needy families. Afterward they born seven children, all now living. Brooker H.D.C.
Moore in Recent Starke
Leonard CeremonyMiss Navy Reserve Unit In Gainesvilleand :
flowers for the occasion. returned to the Hogan Smith homeon They are Mrs. Lougenia Waters, TMEATRl
I N. Walnut street for refresh- Mrs. Crews is a clerk in the 83, Lake Butler Has Christmas STARKE FLA.
Shirley Jean Cottle! daughter tiered and between each tier was Miss Ann Vance and :Miss Ann ; Charles M. Den- PartyThe
office in Starke.
ments. The latter of the County Judge's
part nison
80
of Mr. and Mrs. David Francis an inset of white satin. It was Bowles poured coffee and Miss Sue Gainesville; Lee A. Dennison Brooker Home
and taffeta. Miss Bobbe Bastedo and evening was spent in dancing and 77, Springfield, Ill.; Mrs. Demonstration Fri. Sat. Dec. 24,25
Cottle of Kingsley Lake, made of white nylon over Biprelle, Club met Dec. -
watching TV at the Smith home Keystone Bridge Janie Johns, 74, Fernandina 15 for Its annual -
Leonard Vincent Moore son of Her veil was of illusion and fell to Miss Kay Walrath served punch. Beach; Christmas Double Feature
which decorated in the party. A Christ-
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey It. Moore of the shoulders from a bandeau of Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Hen- Christmas was motif.gaily Club Elects OfficersThe James ler Steve O. Dennison, 69, Lake But- mas tree, candles and other decora- HIGH NOON
B.
; Dennison
marriageon ornament was a derson attended the Wesleyan 67, Plant
united In lace. Her only tions
Starke, were were used la .
November 24 lit St. Mark's pair of pearl earrings. She carrieda College in Macon, Ga. Her HusbandIs Sixty young people enjoyed the Duplicate Bridge Club of City; and Raleigh M. Dennison, Christmas decorating.A With Gary Cooper
occasion. 65, Raiford. message from Miss sAndSinging
Episcopal church at four o'clock in white Bible covered with stepha- the son of a prominent_ physl- Keystone Heights ended a highly Dorothy Ross -

the afternoon. The Rev. Raymond notis and centered with a white eian in Orlando. He will start his successful season with a Christ- Mrs. Linda Dennison died when Grace Bigham was after read which by Mrs. In The CornWith

officiated the double senior at the University of at the Heights the baby son was four months old games
E. McBlain orchid. year Mr. And Mrs. Slade mas party Keystone were played and carols Mrs. Judy Canova and Allen
ceremony. Mrs. Cottle chose a navy blue Florida in February. The young Woman's Club Monday. in 1890. Effie sung. Jenkins
ring
Hodge
won the
A program of nuptial music was crepe dress with matching accessories couple now resides at 414 fifth Give Informal PartyMr. Prizes were awarded and an Later Mr. Dennison was married games.At prize In the Plus Serial Batman Chap. 10 and

!rs. Lemuel Colson for her daughter's wedding.She .I Avenue N. E., Gainesville.Mrs. electric razor was presented to to Mrs. Maggie Jordan. To

church organist, and :Miss :Marilyn wore a corsage of pink chry- Frank M. Walrath, Jr. wither and Mrs. T. H. Slade entertained Fremont Tolles who has served as this marriage was born two sons, one o'clock a delicious dinner Comedy for Children

Ann Skinner of Archer, who sang! santhemums. Mrs. Moore, motherof daughters, Mrs. Robert Bowles at a lovely informal Christ- director throughout the year. In Roosevelt Dennison, now dead, and was served, after which Mrs. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

"0 perfect Love" and The Lord's the groom, wore a two-piece and Miss Kay Walrath compli- mas party Saturday evening for a I II the evening's play, first place wentto Roscoe Dennison, 45, Jacksonville.There r Dec. 26 27, 28
black ac few of their intimate friends at ,
Prayer." dress of pink crepe with mented Mrs. Robert Hendersonwith Mrs. H. H. Dona and Mrs. are 28 grandchildren and
given In marriageby Her corsage was of Wal I their home on Kingsley Lake.A Harold Ridaught with 56 1-C Double Feature
The bride was cessories. a tea and shower at the many great grandchildren.J. FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
her brother Wilton Anthony pink rosebuds. rath home on Saturday at 4 p.m. beautiful red and silver points. Tied for second place with O. Dennison flow lives on the Jesse James' WomenIN

Cottle of Woodbine, Ga. Following the ceremony a re Among the guests, were Mrs. R. L. !Christmas motif was achieved in 50 points were :Mr. and Mrs. W. P. old home place.A TECHNICOLOR
Proctor an uncle of the was held In the parish I the arrangements placed to advantage Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. RaymondL.
James ception Walker and Mrs. Eula Walker, bountiful dinner was served at JUST ONE With Peggie Castle and Donald
dec-
bride, served as best man and house which was attractively mother and grandmother of the recent throughout the rooms of Starnes. noon, and the occasion was a hap- Barry
ushers were Mark Moore brotherof orated with greenery and magnoliablossoms. I bride. About 20 guests at- the home. A Christmas tree on a The newly elected officers of py one for all concerned. i FRIGIDAIREIade -And-

the groom and Jack Miller. !tended this lovely party. revolving musical base was the the Duplicate Bridge Club are as only by General
Mrs. L. J. Kite Jr., sister of the The bride's table was coveredwith highlight of the decorations. The follows: Mrs. W. P. Boyd presi- The African QueenWith
In Mrs. Henderson was also the Little Women's Club Motors Corp. AH other
groom was matron of honor. She a handmade linen cloth. mantel was a focal point with a dent; Mrs. Ruth Hussey, vice pres- Humphrey Bogart and
of honor at miscellaneous Electric
was attractively dressed in an ice the center of the table was a three- guest a silver and red artistic arrange- ident; Mrs. E. S. Aiken, secretary; Has Formal DanceThe Refrigerators are Katharine Hepburn

blue waltz-length gown. The fitted tiered wedding cake topped witha shower given by Miss Connie ment centered with three grad- John Karges. treasurer; and Mrs. I made by other companies Plus for Children
in the Newman residenceto Comedy
bodice featured an off-shouder! miniature bride and groom sur- Knight uated reindeers. The buffet refreshment Clara Ridaught Mrs. Anna James Little Women's Club entertained and cannot use the word
which she has moved.
neckline with a rolled collar anda rounded by lace and wedding: bells. recently table was overlaid witha and Miss Iva Hillyer, directors.E. at a delightful Christmas Frigidalre. "
Wed. Thur. Dec. 29 30 -
Twelve invited for this ,
guests were
white sequined nylon stol The On each side of the cake were tall white linen cloth and centered Louis Kyle, retiring president. formal dance Saturday eveningin

bouffant skirt was divided into lighted tapers, carrying out the occasion and the happy bride received with a large silver tray tilled with organized the club and is creditedby the club house.Christmas 'Want A Double FeatureRELENTLESS
GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
tiers. Her headpiece was a short bridal motif. many beautiful gifts. red and silver Christmas ballS: club members with making decorations prevailed

white veil caught at the top with Miss Susan Ellen Boring of Mrs. Henderson and bride-elect, Eighteen guests enjoyed the affair I duplicate bridge highly successful throughout the club house with a ? ?
With Robert and Marguerite -
a crofn of lace. She carried a cas- Woodbine, Ga. kept the bride'sbook Miss Donna Pangborn, were the with Mr. and Mrs. Slade. 'in Keystone Heights. silver Christmas tree with blue Young
cade bouquet of blue chrysanthe- while Miss Martha Winkler honored guests at a luncheon given THEN SEE Chapman
lights on the stage the
up being
mums. and Miss Julia Jackson poured by Mrs. Huntley Redfearn In her -And-

.- The two bridesmaids were Miss punch. Those assisting in caring home on Dec. 3. A yellow and the central foot point of the of stage interest.were silvered Across E. H. SMITHTenth CHINA VENTURE
Mrs. James white color scheme carried
Winifred Annette Cottle and Miss for the guests were was leaves
Elizabeth Miller sister and cousinof Proctor Miss Beverly Jo Crosby out with chrysanthemums, and blue magnolia intermingled with I With Edmond O'Brien
lights. Tables
the bride respectively. Both and Miss Bernice Thomas. there were individual corsages of arranged and Temple Ave. Plus Color CoLiedy for Children
around the dance
floor
wore identically made gowns of Mrs. Moore chose for her wed- small yellow mums at each place were covered Starke, Fla.
with white linen
cloths
and
waltz length. Each was fashioned ding trip a winter suit of pink wool setting. Mrs. Henderson and Miss -

with a fitted bodice and bouffant with a white nylon blouse. She Pangborn were the recipients of centered with blue lighted tapers

ekirt of nylon net over taffeta. wore matching black accessoriesand Identical pieces of Revere Ware, If you tune In the Tom Moore afternoon In time to see Dave I which were surrounded with silvered That's Our Business

Miss Cottle chose a pink model and her corsage was a white or- gifts of their hostess. Eight intimate radio show, "True or False" this Paulk and daughter Sylvia fern. Blue and white streamerswere OL kS $41

Mlsa Miller, lavender. Each carried chid.After friends of the girls enjoyedthe Saturday night and hear Mrs. Ben ing out their clothes after Wring-I lights to strung the from the overlaid If It's Glass We Have Itl I

a matching bouquet of chry- a wedding trip to Bok charming affair. Rowland say she got a diamond expected dunking In Crosby Lake: torium and corners tied of the audi 4 CALL WRITE or VISIT
were with clustersof
aanthemuma. Tower Mr. and Mrs. Moore returned ring for Christmas don't get excited they were coming In_from an

The little flower girl was Miss to make their home In i Nollman 'twts just one of the funny unsuccessful fishing trip on the balloons. A blue spotlight in Joe Peters Glass Co.
Village the center of the
Brenda Gall Proctor niece of the .Starke. things that happened due to, lake and the waves caught the ceiling shown

bride. She wore an anklelengthdress I Mrs. Moore is a popular member -I Has Two PartiesMrs. the fact that the program was boat sideways, tipping it over down the on the guests who danced to FOR ANY GLASS NEED

of powder blue with a veil of II of the senior class of Bradford tape-recorded here last Friday .they'd make good candidates for music of the BHS 10-piece
I I orchestra.Mrs. We Desfgn Modem Store Fronts
white nylon, and carried a pink High School, and Mr. Moore is in W. H. Nollman Mrs. Pearl night for re-broadcast Saturday the Chicago Polar Bear Club after AIS
Just Mail Us A Pattern for
basket of white carnations which the construction business.Out Shropshier and Mrs. George White Moore warned the contest- that freezing dunking In this Hogan Smith was In chargeof

she scattered In the path of the of town guests attendingthe entertained at a lovely Christmas ants to be prepared if he asked freezing weather Syvle lost the tea room and punch table Table Tops ,1

... bride. wedding were Mr. and Mrs. party last Friday afternoon at the them questions such as what San- her voice In the lake hasn't been and the chaperones were Dr. and 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353.

James Blackshear Jr. served as James Proctor and daughter Brenda Nollman home on W. Madison ta Claus brought them since the able to talk since (to the relief Mrs. Calvin Houpt Mr. and Mrs.

t ring bearer. Gail; Mrs. Emily Cottls, grand- street. radio audience would be hearingthe of her family) see Mrs Jack Detweiler Mrs. Robert Green -

The lovely bride wore an original mother of the bride and the Misses Guests were the mothers and program Christmas night L. Hillendahl is the new book- Mrs. J. W. Kincald and Mrs. R.

ballerina length model of white Winifred Annette Cottle, Ellen pre-school age children who are So when he asked Mrs. Rowland keeper at Starke Builders Supplies F. Demorest

nylon net over taffeta. The fitted Boring Elizabeth Miller, Mrs. guests in Nollman Village. The what she got for Christmas she Thirty couples enjoyed this delightful MOVKNGLOCAL

jacket was of white Chantilly Lawrence Miller, and Wilton A. festive holiday motif was carried decided she might as well give the Hear that Idell Landrum grad- affair.

lace with a Queen Anne collar. Cottle, all of Woodbine. Ga.: the! out In the decorations for the listeners their money's worth and uated Door prizes were donated by -- I

The long sleeves came to a bridal Misses Eula McKinney and Marilyn I party. The tea table was covered casually replied, "Oh a diamond on Dec. 16 from the Physical local merchants. S Safe PHONE

.$ point over the fingertips and Ann Skinner of Archer; and Mr.: with an exquisite French lace cloth ring, some pins and things!" Therapy School of Duke Univer- OR I Dependable

fastened at the wrists by covered and Mrs. Gerald Williams of Mel- and centered with a lovely! Christ- A lot of merriment ensued when sity School of Medicine where she Recent Birth LONGDISTANCE Economical 311 I

Ivory buttons. The skirt was rose. mas arrangement flanked by five- she said these expensive gifts came received a diploma as a registered

branched silver candelabra holding from her husband and "a friend" Physical Therapist she will Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Jr. S R. B. Alvarez OR

I Miss Donna Pangborn Inspiration For Many tall burning red tapers. Bet the radio audience will get I. return to Durham N. C. on Jan of Gainesville announce the birth Agents For TRANSFER AND

Delightful Keystone Heights Social EventsThe Mrs. White poured coffee froman some good chuckles out of her 2 to work In the N. C. State of a son Andrew Zenas Adkins, Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. 250-J .

antique silver urn and Mrs. dialogue : Cerebral Palsy Hospital On HI, on Dec. 16 In Alachua General _

forthcoming wedding of adorned with a beautiful: flower Shropshier poured punch. During Another good laugh came when I Jan. 3rd Jimmy Moore is taking Hospital.The .

Miss Donna Pangborn, daughterof arrangement and a centerpleewith :: the tea Mrs. Nollman and Morris Mrs. Bynum (Ma) Perkins was! over management of the Gulf followinibirths

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Pang- a. nuptial theme of bells enhanced Brackman entertained the guests asked if a "single-stick" was 1 Filling Station, corner of Madisonand nounced by Doctors Clinic are an-- STORAGE'Perryinan !'

born to Mr. Edward Cliff Moore the large refreshmenttable with a musical program. After something used In fencing Court St., formerly Gay's fill Hospital

Jr. has been the Inspiration for which was covered with a the tea the guests sang carols. When Mrs. P. missed the question, ing Station, while Adolph Gay Mr.: and Mrs. BHg. S. Court St. Starke Florida '
Guests included Mrs. M. F. But- will remain In the appliance busi- Jerry Gay, a son,
many delightful social events In lace tablecloth. During the eve- Moore sympathized by saying 1 -
; Keystone Heights during the ning the bride
month of December.Mrs. lovely and useful gifts from the Fletcher, Mrs. Lenwood Gregoryand 'school teacher haven't had a Lewis and Jesse Smith will

Alfred E. Nelson was 30 assembled guests. sons, Denny and Rodney, Mrs. chance to do much fencing, Mrs. tlnue with Jimmy In his new con-I

hostess at a lovely tea in honor of E. H. Wilson and daughter Kathy Perkins" "Oh yes" Ma .
Included in the series of and sons Wayne and Loren tion.See
Miss Pangborn at her spacious prenuptial Mrs. replied with a twinkle in her eye the J. W. Furlongs have
parties for Miss Donna .E. W. Medlin and daughter Crystal "I used to father rail I
I help lay
home on Lakevlew Drive on Dec. moved from the Davis home on
Pangborn and postnuptial parties Mrs. Julia Isaac and Santa
4. The rooms were decorated with I i daugh fence when I was a girl on the N. Walnut street to the D. L. S !-
for Mrs. Robert Henderson formerly ters Debbie and Jean, and !
son,
large bouquets of white chrysanthemums I I farm up in Georgia" cox house, corner of 10th and *
and an arrangement of Miss Linda Walker of Keystone I Alan. Moore seemed considerably distressed Water streets while Del Colley and FOUNTAIN PEN
Heights, luncheon _
was a In
white mums and candles! centeredthe when he asked Leila daughters are moving across the Says
the home of Mrs. Cameron J. Mr. and Mrs. Nollman
refreshment table which was Bajitedo I gave a Mundy another contestant, what I street fron: the Green house into
I ; on Wednesday. The Bas- delightful Christmas
covered with an Italian cut work party Tuesday she got for Christmas and shr the house the Furlongs vacated
tedo home was beautifully decorated afternoon for the I MAKE IT AN
school
tablecloth an heirloom of Mrs. In the I age promptly replied "an electric the Hubert Farber family have
holiday motif. Luncheonwas !children of Nollman
Watson's family. Miss Donna served for Village. blanket" Tom constantly plugs moved to Little Falls, N. Y. from
Pangborn and her mother stood tables twelve on card r Artistic arrangements carryingout Florida as a land of sunshine and the former Uglow house which has ESTERBROOK
and the
two honorees the I
With Mrs. Watson to receive the ceived identical le- holiday motif were used in balmy breezes, so in an attemptto been purchased by Mr. and Mrs.
brass
guests. Mrs. C. M. Conway presided gifts from their hostess. dishes as the party decorations. Carols and "cover up" he said In a shocked Raif V. Alvarez who are moving

at the silver coffee service among the twelve Included other musical selections were furn- voice, "And whatever do you want I back to Starke from Jax The CHRISTMAS JJ4j
guests were ished by Morris Brackman i
p during the first hour, and Mrs. Mrs. Donald E. Pangborn and Mrs. accordion and trombone. on his with an electric blanket in Florida. James A. Sullivans have moved

E. C. Welchel Jr. during the second R. L. \Valkei- mothers of the Fifteen Mrs. Mundy?" "To keep from the Joe Truby house on

our. Assisting the hostess' with honored guests affair. youngsters enjoyed the ,warm." replied the truthful Mrs. Cherry street to their new home in

the entertaining were Mra. John I I I I I M. (It's been the coldest De- Saratoga Heights and the

R. Powers, Mrs. W. C. McCrary I On Monday, Mrs. Donald E. cember on record, you know) Benedict Finzers, Jr. have also GIVE HIM I .,-
Mrs. W. B. Neel, Jr.. and Mrs. Pangborn entertained at luncheonfor Methodist WSCS Santa arrived early at the Darby moved into Saratoga Heights from

Lydia Hurley. Invited to call the bridesmaids chosen by her Has household this year with Virginia the Long house on Christian street A DESK PEN THAT

during' the appointed hours of 4 to daugther as attendants for her Regular MeetingThe Jean being the recipient of a roundtrip Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.Metzgerof

6 were 125 friends of the bridetobe. -, wedding which is to be solemnized ticket to Washington, D. C. Dixie Motor Court have movedto WRITES HIS WAY,
Methodist W.S.C.S. held
in the Keystone Community Churchon their business from her aunt Frances (Mrs. Phil) Cypress St. in Pinehurst Sub. Give them a gift they'll appreciate
and meet- r-
Dec. 27. The honored guests .I program Maguire for a week's visit with the J. A. Christmas family \ /wtt wit, =- day in tb*
Mrs. Frank M. WalrotU Jr. and included Miss Patsy Miller of Ing Monday afternoon in the rec- the Maguires and to top it off .have moved from the S. S. Dowling .,*.01 every Ester-
leation building with Mrs. E. K. wmUsto Give them an
Mrs. Robert Bowles were hostessesat Gainesville, maid of honor, and Perryman,, her aunt Frances aunt Ada (Mrs. house on N. Walnut St. to their 6 otiir' r' year.
president, presiding. brook Fountain Pen-with
a delightful coffee Tuesday Miss Ann Lee Vance of Keystone Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones) of Gainesvilleand new home in Saratoga Heights and 50 '

morning for Miss Pangborn at the Heights and Miss Donna Bachelorof E. L. Matthews aunt Myra (Mrs. S. L. Peek) I Mr. and Mrs. Van McCrary have ee9 tbeicpointnidetODESIC
Walrath home on Lakevlew Drive.A Homestead, bridesmaids. were In charge of GLASS < match their kind of writing;
A the combined devotional and are giving Virginia Jean a complete moved from the D. E. Knight :
P"
piece of her chosen silver was pink and white program p ; .
color
scheme was and presented Mrs. W. wardrobe for the trip on house on N. Oak street to the FOUNTAIN
jW
L.
presented to the lovely honored carried out throughout the rooms Blair, Mrs. Charlotte Miller and which she will leave on Sunday Dowling house vacated by the KN $n, <

guest. and miniature bridal bouquets Mrs. R. S. Mullins, who gave the: Virginia Jean mustav been a Christmases ;f -3 DltfKIWBt. adorned each place getting. The mighty good girl in the and Leila entertained _
The 'lounge of the Keystone hostess Christmas story from "St. Luke in past year Bill Mundy
Woman's Club was the setting fora tendants presented each of the at- song and story. They used the to receive such a lovely gift! at a surprise birthday dinner g

shower lor Miss Pangborn Tuesday a gold, heart-shaped compact manger scene to Illustrate the Ira Harris was one of Santa's J i party Saturday evening for daughter t

evening, given by Misses Ann engraved with her name. story. helpers last Friday morning in I I Clair Jean, in celebration of 4

Vance and Patsy Miller and Mrs. Following the meeting, light refreshments entertaining the kindergarten I her 15th birthday ten guests I
Seth Kennedy. The mantel was i Mrs. C. L Scholl were served. group at a Christmas party at the I enjoyed the occasion with Clair -

Florida theatre where he showed. Jean and hosts J. D. and Mildred _

Men and WomenOf Entertains MYFMrs. Kathryn Colson Will the youngsters an hilarious cartoonon Doyle celebrated their 25th AU t1haD sointa lfl0t1flY,tL&L.Ia.

c. L. Scholl the screen and gave them eacha wedding anniversary on Dec. 18. 1 Mn w bU. Only Fa tad PI telling 'I

This Area Are her Senior Youth Sunday entertained School Wed M. K. BoyntonMr. bag of popcorn after the which was also J. D.'s birthday meet ) fw.VPencil ihown

: cartoon Santa talked to the .
young- anniversary
Welcomed At Marion group of the Methodist Church ..15X9
ata and Mrs. C. W. Colson announce sters and got their list for Christmas -. The Emma Richard chapter of: I
lovely Christmas
Finance For Cash party Monday the and then the children went Other eonKnuioa
evening at the Scholl home. approaching marriage i St Mark's Auxiliary is sponsoringa rEt pcIn -
of their daughter, Kathryn Louise back to their classroom where Christmas dance Wednesday evening for lie way COM PlETt PtH Kti to $&00
-
Families who are short on Cash Festive Christmas decorationswere to M. K. Boynton on Sunday Dec.!. Mrs. Priest served refreshments Dec. 29 In the Parish House ywwrif* 4/ / '\ IHOWM -

to pay those overdue bills and used for the occasion. The 26, at 4 o'clock In the afternoon the Sunday school groups of for the Young People's Service '2.50 ---- rows to Match n.,,wriffagmry ,

those bills that are a bit too buffet serving table was overlaid in the First Christian Church. the Episcopal Church had their'I League See that Robert Green I I '- tfJl.. writing $Job.if I

high can look to Marion Finance with an Italian cutwork cloth and Starke. A reception will be heldIn Christmas party Sunday afternoon la on crutches as the result of a CtM Sb'!..T.IW _

for aid Marion Finance in held silvered a beautiful centerpiece of the church parsonage following In the Parish House Monday sprained ankle Congratulationsare There's An Esterbrook rltta w.n 1IIdw4t p,L Tu _
.
_
Gainesville can either assist bya pine boughs and multicolored the ceremony.No afternoon the Auxiliaries of the in order for Jim David son --- -- -

PAYDAY LOAN for SO dayscr Christmas balls. Invitations are being sent but Baptist WMS, ages 3 to 12 years of Jo (Brinson) David of Baldwin Pen for Every Member

a monthly Budget Loan with The 19 members attending en- all friends and relatives of the old, held their Christmas party In I The Detroit Lions, pro football Of The Family

payments to fit the pocketbook. Joyed games and singing carols couple are invited. the Baptist Rec. Hall where Mrs.Priest's team he plays with will play for _
The Interest 1* small, for example during the
evening.
kindergarten group presented the world championship in Cleveland

only! J1.75.$50.00 CONTACT for 80 MARION days Is Eastern Star their Christmas play after on Dee. 23, having already ALSO MATCHED PEN AND PENCIL; SETSA I

St. Anne's Church which refreshments and carols won the Western Division title

FINANCE BY MAIL BOX 446 Plans InstallationThe were enjoyed that same eve- Jim will also play In the All-
or CALL COLLECT: 5333 Plans
Gainesville Communion
ning the Methodist Church school Pro Bowl in California on
then come in and pick the game Complete Selection Of Point Styles and Colors at theBRADFORD
i Order of the Eastern Star Christmas program was held in Jan. 15 .
MONEY up In one trip REMEMBER St. Anne's Episcopal Church "
of
will hold the
a public Installation of i Methodist Rec. HalL Guess Td better stop now while! 1
ITS CONFIDENTIALAT Keystone Heights will hold Holv officers Tuesday night, Dec. 28. Sorry to hear that Doyle Conner there's still room to wish you a I

MARION FINANCE AT Communion Eve Service on ChristmM ,at 8 o'clock In the Masonic Temple. and Roscoe BuHington have been Merry Christmas! So long COUNTY TELEGRAPH
GAINESVILLE
for that J23.00 to at 11:30 I!I .1
$500.00. la invited. o'clock. The public The public is cordially Invited to I oa the virus list this week arrived See you In the next .

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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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1 ssssssrwsssnssssr rSnsr nrrrssnrr -ssrrrSJJf Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of, Mrs. Luke Feeney and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Brown ly boundary of the Seaboard Air E. Simmons and Ruth Irene Simmons otherwise the allegation of said
Line Railroad; run thence North his wife, as Plaintiffs and complaint will be taken as con-
Olympia, Wash. are home for an Karen, returned home Friday after and family are spending ChristmasIn eighty-eight (88) degrees and against you and each of you as fessed by you.
extended visit with Mrs. Stewart's spending three weeks in Brooklyn, Bunnell with Mrs. Brown's forty ((40) minutes West along defendants; that the nature of IT IS FURTHER ORDEREDthat
mother Mrs. M. H. Colley. Also N. Y. and New Jersey visiting mother, Mrs. L. M. Wimberly. said right-of-way boundary a said suit is to quiet and confirm this Order of Publicationand
distance of ninety-nine and seven the title of plaintiffs, Stephen i*. Notice be forthwith published -
home for the holidays with her friends and relatives and also at- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Callahanand tenths (99.7) feet to a concrete Simmons and Ruth Irene Simmons once each week for four con-
family is Miss daughter, Karen, of Miami monument; run thence North zero his wife, to the above described secutive weeks in the Bradford
the of Mrs. Feen-
Shirley of tending wedding
Colley (0) degrees and thirty (JO) lands as a fee simple County Telegraph. a duly qualified !-
Washington, D. C. ey's brother, Raymond Adams to and Mr and Mrs. W. E. Shanley minutes West and parallel to title; and you are required to appear newspaper published la said

THE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Jr. Alice Reeves in Cairo, N. Y. on of Fort Worth, Texas are spend aforementioned a distance of Westerly six hundred bound- and serve a copy of your answer County.
ary six or pleadings on Plaintiffs'attorney WITNESS my hand and official
of Jacksonville will be Christmas Nov. 27.Mrs. ing the holidays with Mr. ana (606) feet to point of beginning.Said A. J. Thorns. Jr.. seal at Starke, Bradford County.
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Lex Green, Mrs. L. H. Jen- Mrs. R. R. Crosby and Mr. and Parcel A containing one and whose address Is Starke Florida. Florida this December 23rd, 1954.
thirty-three hundredths (1.33) and to file the original of your (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Mrs. Lucian Conner.
Smith and family.Mr. nings and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd acres. more or less. answer or pleadings in the officeof Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
r I' r and Mrs. R C. Buford will spent Tuesday to Thursday in Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and PARCEL B. For point of refer- the undersigned Clerk of Circuit ford County, Florida.

Lt and Mrs. Ernest Denccke and Mrs. Kate Sheppard Is spendingthe have as Christmas day guests, Miss Crescent City where they attendedthe son, David, will spend Christmas ence Corner commence of said at Southeast the Southwest Quar- Court on January 24, 1955; 12/24 4t 1/14

daughter. Sherry, of Biloxi. Miss. holiday weekend in Valdosta Addie Baisden, Miss Rosa Bais- wedding of Miss Botavia Rich- with Mrs. Silcox's parents, Mr. ter (SEU! of Southeast Quarter -

Ga. with her son and den, Mrs. Alice Jones Mr. ardson, former resident of Starke, and Mrs. George Roberts, Sr. In (SEU) and run thence North
spent several days this week with daughter in and zero (0) degrees and thirty (30) ARE YOU SHORT ON
CASH?
Mrs. Denecke's mother, Mrs. Em- law,Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sheppard.Mr. Mrs. Ted Stilley, Mr. and Mrs. Don who was married Wednesday eve- Lawtey. minutes West along the Westerly
and Mrs. Al Stilley and children all in Crescent boundary thereof a distance of BUYA
ma Jinner. Gonzalez of of Jack ning City. eighteen (18) feet to the North-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Leeks of Tampa will spend Christmas with sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Joleen Gray spent Tuesday toThursday NOTICE erly boundary of the right-of- SIX MONTHS AUTO POLICYCUT
Mrs. King and Notice is hereby given that undersigned way of a County road; run thence
Waycro&s were Tuesday guests of Gonzalez' son in law and son of Keystone Heights.Mr. with her grandparents, Margaret R. McSwain South eighty-eight (88) degreesand

Mr. and Mrs Herb Thomas. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. Charles Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bauknight in has gold and transferred the "Don- thirty-six (36) minutes East

Mrs. Earl P. Fountain of Biloxi Phillips. daughter, Sandi, of Jacksonvillewill Jacksonville. Ron" Grocery and Market" at Law- along Northerly boundary a distance YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF
tey, Florida to H. T. Bennett and of twenty-five (25) feet to
Miss and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan is in Bluff- spend Christmas with Mrs. Barbara Moody of Jacksonville Floyd B'ennett who will carryon point of beginning. From pointof ALSO RECEIVE A PREMIUM

Fowler of Winter Park are spend- ton, S. C. spending the holidays Meyers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent from last Friday to Thurs- the said business under the same beginning thus described con-

ing the boldavg with their mother, with her son and daughter in law, Juniug Smith. day with her cousin, Kay Hart. this name.business Your continued under its patronage new owner-of tinue South and thirty-six eighty-eight(36)(88)minutes degrees -

Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. R E. Gahagan.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Timmerman Mrs. L. C. Manning spent the ship will be appreciated. East along said Northerly CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY I

Mrs. F. H. Long is spending the and Mrs. George T. Jones of Valdosta will be Christmas weekend with her son and daugh Margaret R. McSwain.12/2 4t 1-14 dred boundary eleven a distance and nine of five tenths hun

holidays with Col. and Mrs. T. T. and children of Jacksonville are weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. (511.9) feet to the Westerly 129 W. Call St. Phone 285

Long. spending the holidays with Mrs. L. D. Vining. And on Sunday, Manning In Jacksonville.Mr. NOTICE TO APPEAR boundary of the right-of-way of
thence .
la Circuit Court. Bradford CotBtr Westmoreland Street; run
Pfc. and Mrs. Bert Newcomband Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Margaret Walters of Dublin and Mrs. Robert P. Cars- Florida! I* Ckaneety North zero (0) degrees and fifty
daughter of Camp Gordon Priest. win arrive to spend several days well will spend the Christmas G@orgeV. Allen Plaintiff vs. Dorothy minutes East along the Hld-

and Mrs. H. P. Moyer and Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd and with the vinings.Mr. weekend In Hinesville, Ga. with Belle Allen Defendant.Case No. 10-802 Westerly of-way a boundary distance of of six said hundred right-

Joy Cooper of Orlando are holiday son, Billy, of St. Petersburg and and Mrs. C. A. Bauer of I Mrs. Freida Eccard.Mr. Notice To AppearTo forty-four and three tenths .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkinsand Tampa were weekend guests of and Mrs. Ben Cook of Jack- whose: Mrs.residence Dorothy and address Bell Allen Is: 21 boundary(644.3) feet of the to right-of-way the Southerly of

comb. daughters, Janelle and Paula :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson.Mrs. sonville will be holiday guests of Government Street. Klttery Maine. the Seaboard Air Line Railroad;

Earl Norman of the U. of F. is Marie, of Jacksonville are spend R. S. Mullins and son Rob- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay Miss You for are divorce hereby notified that a run(88) degrees thence North and f rty eighty-eight(40) minutes HUNDREDSof

home or the holidays with his ing the Christmas holidays with in, are spending several days in Pauline Gay is also home for the has been filed against you In the West along said Southerly

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Nor- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ocala visiting Mrs. Mullins' parents holidays from Jones Business above named Court and cause and boundary a distance of five hun-
you are required to of dren twenty-six and six tenths of details and
serve a copy are managed economically -
Nollman. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Izlar and School in Jacksonville.Mr. .
feet concrete monu-
I your answer or pleading f> the complaint (526.6) to a
man.Mrs.. J. M. Vickers and children Miss Loretta Kelly of Washington Dr. Mullins' parents, :Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent I on the Plaintiff AttorneyHon. ment, run thence South 0 degrees w attended that only a trained and

spent Sunday in Folkston, Ga. D. C. will arrive by plane to- 0.V.. Mullins. Dr. :Mullins will Sunday in Fernandina visiting Mr. I University. 'Carlos Ave.E., Gainesville Harper. 204, Fla.W. 30 aforemt'ntlonedesterly minutes East and parallel bound-to careful organization can attend when

with relatives. day to spend the Christmas holidays -: join his family on Christmas day. Davis' sister, Mrs. J. R. Hardee. II and file the original in the office or ary a distance of six hundred the urgent need for serving is at

Mrs. Grace Ritch and children with her mother, Mrs. Ann' Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Kokomoorand Mrs. J. R. Chambers and daugh- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on forty-three and six tenths (643.6).) hand.
or before the 18th day of January feet to a point of beginning.Said
will have as Sunday dinner guests, Kelly and family. children and Dr. and Mrs.P. ter, Sandra, and Clair Jean Mun- 1955; otherwise the allegations of Parcel B containing seven

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hazen and chil- Maj. and Mrs. Lewis W. Hieatt W. Kokomoor of Gainesville will dy spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mr. said Complaint will be taken as and sixty-eight hundredths (?.6S)
confessed less.
by you. acres more or
dren of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. .and daughters,, Sue and Paula, of be Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and This notice shall be published PARCEL C. For point of reference DeWITT C. JONESPhone

'T-C. Hazen and son, Mrs. Made- Fairborn, Ohio and Mrs. V. L. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley. daughters, Faye and Sylvia, were once each week for fOUl consecutive commence at the Southwest 7 Starke, Fla.
weeks In the Bradford County Tele. Corner of said Southeast Quarter
line Andrews and son of Gainesville I Hieatt of Winchester, Ky. are holi- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and in Willacoochee, Ga. on Sunday graph. (SEVJ of Southeast Quarter .- ""_ ,_ ,.

and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. HazenJr. day guests of Mrs. Hieatt's moth- daughter, Gerry, will spend Christ- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Paulk Dated this 21st day of December, (SE%) and run thence North I :
I Mrs. Torode. mas day with their cousins, the 1954. zero (0) degrees and thirty (30) I Funeral Director Ambulance Service
tr Pauline
and
of Starke. family.Mr. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj minutes West along the Westerly I
Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Gay and Airman '3-c Ronnie Patray, whois Milton St. Peters, in Gainesville.Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Kite plan to Clerk of the Circuit Court. boundary thereof a distance of I Our local funeral home enables as to offer convenience W
E. L. Matthews and Orlando 3y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk eighteen (18) feet to the NorthI I
daugh-
daughter of Gainesville and Mr. stationed at Lowry AFB, Colorado spend Christmas day in 12/24 4t 1/14 erly boundary of a County Road; I services not otherwise available.
and Mrs. R. L. Richard of Key- is spending the holidays in ters, Betsy and Anne, and Miss with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hart. run thence South eighty-eight (88 I

stone Heights will be Christmas Starke. He has to report back on Madge Middleton visited Mrs. J. Miss Montie Hutchings of Eustisis degrees and thirty-six ((36) minutes I ,., I I "' .
IB The Circuit Court Of Florida, East along said Northerly I
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jan. 4.Mrs.. A. Budd Jr. in Jacksonville Tues- spending the Christmas holidays Eighth Judicial Circuit IB And boundary a distance of five hundred I We furnish the highest type cmlc at lowest prices, andaccept
Epperson.Mr. I Rosie Girton of St. Peters- day afternoon.Mr. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. For Bradford County.STEPHENE.SIMMONS. eighty-six and nine tenths I
la Chancery. (586.9) feet to the Easterly boundary I ANT life insurance policy fin force, limed by ANT
and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. burg spent last weekend with her and :Mrs. Earl Middleton and R. Hutchings.Maj. AND RUTH of the right-of-way of I
and son, Archie, left Thursday to I son, Cleveland Neal, of Theressa. Mrs. W. Q. Dowling of Jacksonville H. H. Adams of Camp IRENE SIMMONS, his Wife, Westmoreland Street for point of company, U payment in part or In full oa a funeral.

spend the Christmas holidays in :I While here she visited her sister, will be Christmas day guests of Dr. Gordon, Ga. will be home Chriist- Palntlffs, beginning. From point of begin- JI Consultation came no ob1gatian.
vs. ning thus described run North .. .. .... ,
Scottsboro, Ala. with Mrs. Thom I Mrs. Melvina Gilliard near Starke and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. mas day with his family. FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPANY zero (0) degrees and fifty (50) II' ,j

a,' parents, Judge and Mrs. J. M. and other relatives and friends. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff Jr. Mrs. C. H. Hall and Raeburn a corporation, et al., Defendants. minutes boundary East a along distance said Easterly of elx-

Snodgrass. I Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka are spending Christmas with Mrs. Otwell of Newton, Ga. were over- ORDER OF PUBLICATION AMI hundred forty-four and forty-

Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland is I will be the Christmas holiday guest McGriffs parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. night guests Sunday of Mr. and NOTICE TO APPEAR eight hundredth (644.48) feet to 1
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: the Southerly boundary of the
spending! the holidays with her of her daughter, Mrs. Herb Thomas A. Montieth In Eustis. Mrs. J. H. Ritch. James T. Soutter. whose last known right-of-way of the SeaboardAir r
I THE PASTOR ,
sister Mrs. Earl and Mr. Thomas.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williamsof Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and son address was of the City and Stateof Line Railroad; run thence
Searing. N. Y.. and John McRae, whose last South eighty-eight (88) degrees
and Mrs. W. T. Gill and sons will be in Tallahassee
Tallahassee and Eustis Franklin, were known address was of the City of and forty (40) minutes East
.- of Camp Blanding and Mr. and home for Christmas with Mrs. Thursday and Friday of last week. Wilmington, North Carolina. as along said Southerly boundary a AND CONGREGATION I'

}Mrs. Preston Gill and son of Williams' mother, Mrs. J. F. Rog- Richard C. Westbury and son, trustees of the Florida Railroad distance teen and of one hundred seven ,
Company of the State of Florida, forty-eight hundredths
Starke will be Christmas day ers. Barry, of Sacramento, Calif. and their successors and assigns, U17.4S) feet to an iron stake: of the .,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Misses Idell Martha and Fran- spent several days last week with Charles F. Mitchell Edwin B. Staples run thence South zero (0) degrees -
Lydia Ellis, Mary J. Mitchell and fifty-five ( minutes .
l ces Landrum are spending Christmas Mrs. Lloyd Jennings and family.Mr. Jessee N. Jones, also known as East a distance of six! hundred HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH
day in Brooksville with their and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mr. Jesse N. Jones also known as J. forty-five and nine hundredths ,
N. Jones. and Annie V. Jones his (645.09) feet to a concrete monu-
V grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and families wife, Isabel P. Ritch whose residence ment on aforementioned Northerly WISHES EVERYONE
I Landrum. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas and address Is Starke Florida boundary; run thence North ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger and and family of Hampton Cornelia P. Long whose residence eighty-eight (88) degrees and
I Hardy
and address is Starke. Florida thirty-six (36) minutes West
ISM __________cTAPJ I son, Nelson. of Green Cove spent Sunday in Gainesville with I ; Lois P. Perryman. whose resi- along said Northerly boundary a A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS
5c (Springs were Sunday guests of Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. and Mr.' dence and address is Starke Flori- distance of one hundred thirty- g ,
da; Myra Darby Peek.whose resi- seven and twenty-three hundredths
:Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan. dence and address is Starke. Fla.; S. (137.23) feet to a point of be. ands i
'I 1)) I I' Misses Louise and Etta Fripp Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth entertained L. Peek, Jr.. whose resldecne and ad- ginning. Said Parcel C containIng J
dress Is Starke, Florida; Frances P. one and eighty-eight hun.
of Columbia, S. C. are spendingthe at a family Christmas din- Wardwhose residence and address dredths (1.88) acres more or less. A HAPPY NEW YEAR I
Christmas holidays with their ner party Wednesday evening at h. Lake City Florida; Darby Peek You and each of you are here
whose residence and by notified that Bill of Comj j[ ,
address Is a
sister, Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mr. her home W. Madison street. .
on 1
I 5 Starke Florida; Julian L. Peek, Jr.. plaint has been filed in the Circuit \
II Powell. Among the guests were Mr. and whose residence and address is 1641 Court of Bradford County,

Mr. and Mrs. A. L Crosby, Jr. Mrs. A. H. Cellon and son, Mrs. Campbellton Road S. W.. Atlanta, Florida, In Chancery, by Stephen I
!. At- Bill Georgia; Louise P. Sayles, whose ,.. .... .... .. .. . u .. .L __L .
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON and children left Thursday for A. B. Cellon, Mr. and Mrs. residence and address Is Little I

lanta to spend the Christmas holidays Baxley Mr. and Mrs. A. B. CellonJr. Switzerland, North Carolina; Ilva
Peek and Wilson Peek both of
about this questionI IL with :Mrs. Crosby's parents, and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. whose address is 5203 Klmbark "-

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Townsend.Mr. E. Cellon and son Mr. and Mrs. Avenue, Chicago Illinois; Charles ,. THE ENTIRE
have a lot of money in PlusDan D. N. Denmark Gainesville M. Sparkman also known as C. M. _
and Mrs. Victor Kelly, all of Sparkman and Dell
vested in my shotgun. rifle,. and the and sons, Donald and Dale of and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hair and wife, A. G. Cooksey. also Sparkman.known his as if _____
and other hunting equipment.It's in Byrd Albert G. Cooksey. S. Francis Gardiner .
will be Christmas day
Lake
Jacksonville of City.
daughter
Girls also known PERSONNELOF .
Home Folks Boys & as S. F. Gardln
hard to keep everything guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston McClane er, Francis J- Field!!', Roy Jones l. _

protected while tramping AndSHENANDOAH Norman. and sons of Atlanta will be holiday J.S. Sparkman.M. Wells. Lizzie Mrs. M.Sparkman.E. Wells.Ru.J. .l ,,' .: ":.- ; ,? _
around in the woods. Can Mrs. W. B. Parks is spending a guests of Mr. and Mrs. George fus R. Sparkman (alledgedly the iv1r
VALLEY her in law and sole surviving heirs of Christlanni
you insure .my hunting equip. month with son Flynn. Sparkman. deceased), A. R. Rosen ______
ment against loss from theft, TRIO daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and I berger S. P. Shirley. W. II. Cone,
Black and children in Atlanta.Mr. will be Vernon II. Ford Charles W. Bar-
fire damage or just plain son, Kemble, of Tampa wick, W. K. Chew and F. L Chew
,
losing it? Wed 5 and Mrs. M. W. Lance will weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs partners as Chew Brothers.' W. F. 1SETZEft' $
January have as weekend guests Mr. and Junius Smith and Mrs. Joe Wilson.. Edwards also known as Wm. F
Awards. J. M. Truby, S. J. Stern
and of _
Mrs. R. N. Carswell family Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan, E. Strong, trading and do- _

7:30 P.M. Waycross, Mr. and Mrs. C. %V. daughter Sue, and son, Ted, and ing business as Truby. Sternburg -. .
Lance and family of St. Simons Island and Company, a partnership A. B .c.
Aubrey Duncan of Gainesville and Hull
and J. H.
E Johns Hunter
Charley Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bur- Mr. Duncan's brother-in-law and the firm of A. H. Hull and composing Com h31 11 New
Starke pany Roger a
Armory bank and family of Fernandina sister, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Par- WelI also known Wells as Rnrlc and A.Rune Wells A. .

Beach.Dr. Ga. will be Sun- sole surviving _
nell of Savannah, hers! at law of Mrs

& Son ADMISSIONAdult and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, son, day guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. G M.ruella.E. Wells also known deceased. Mrs. V. Tor- .

Agency Children Cliff and daughter, Gloria, and B. Duncan. also known as Virginia as V. Torruella Torruella, SUPERMARKETWISH
B. Mendoza of Jacksonville will a widow whose residence .
1.00 50c CoL and Mrs. J. A. Griffin planto Is f21 and address ,
spend Christmas Day with Mr. and Algeria Street. Coral ;f j
Phone 13 Starke, Fla.4AAAAAAAkAAAAL4AAAjAAAj. I. I spend the Christmas holidays in Gables Florida; John Torruella : i.> ; .
1 .viiiIfT'7,Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Lakeland with relatives. whose residence' and address Is 2145 __ ,
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and SW 5th Str66. Miami, Florida .
1 Mrs. George Anderson is spendng Mary Torruella DeArliba whose; Sidney Burris \ I Ernest Allen
daughter, Pam, are spending the residence and address Is
Christmas with her and
I I Christmas holidays: with their par- nephew geria Street, Coral Gables Florida, Store Manager :Market Manager
niece, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McKinney Louis Torruella. sometimes
ents, Mrs. B. E. Bennett in MariI as Louis' XoTuelia. known
Jru'nose
I in Jacksonville. last
I anna and Mr. and G. F. Sewell in known address and residence was
I I Aitha.I Mrs. Joe Arnold and daughter:. Key. V. est. Florida; Charles TorruelIa. -
{
whose
Jackie are flying to Baltimore, residence and address Is
I 2796 33rd Avenue, Miami A VERY
Miss Fredrica Rockefeller of Red Florida;
Md. on Sunday to spend five days Frances -orruella Sebastian. whose YOU
I Hook, N. Y. will arrive Monday residence and address Is
with Mrs. Arnold's brother and Xo. 1 Doctor -
Dedicated To Community Service !for a holiday visit with Miss Helen Ninosa Street. Bayamon, Puerto
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rico; Albert
Movie Are Better Than Ever" !HaL es and Lewis Halnes. Torruella. whose restdence .
and
address
Sidney.Mr. Is AFS06 Opera-
Carl Gibson and Jim Smith of tlons Squadron, Lake Charles
I If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Madison. Wis. were Sunday eve- and Mrs. Robert Underill of Louisiana; Clementine TorruelJa AFB.

cot ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Cocoa Beach are spending the tlT Bobolink whose residence Road Yonkers and address, New

H. Gibson. Christmas holidays with Mrs. Un and Virginia Torruella ChristmasAnd
r FrI Sat. Dec. 24 25 derhill's Green residence and Merry
i \\lS11L'11l'OU Mrs. John Christiansen and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Is 6165 Dose address

fi LYERY TRAIL A WARPATH! Pearl Colson were In Jacksonville ,H. Moncrief at the State Farm. Beach Florida TKiX&tX un-

i EVERY HOUSE A FORTI! A Merry Christmas Monday.Mr. Mrs. Lucius Bell and Mr. and fenTJ/U'or them of be them ead'
Mrs. ,
Ernest Gentry and daughters
and Mrs. Mack Williams and spouse heirs devisees -
ANDAHappy Mart Lou and Lenan, of Pensacolawill grantees, legatees, assign
family are going to Way cross. Ga. ees. creditors and other
Christmas with Mrs. W. arrive next Tuesday to spend by. claimants.
to spend : through under or against each
New Year H. Smith. .1 I several days wtih Mrs. Joe Wil: and every of the above named per-
eons who are deceased
Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter, Florida Railroad ; to the
II'' TIlE:: ENTIRE PERSONNEL son.Dr. Company a cor
Kay, are spending Christmas day William Westfield, Jack poration Florida Railroad Company
}
1 Jacksonville with relatives. Ward and daughter Mrs. Patricia of the State of Florida. The Ambler
in
of the .umber Company and The Atlantic
BATTLE OF Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford of Blevlns and William Bruce of El Lumber Company. Inc.. the Atlantic New Year

ROGUE RIVER FLORIDA THEATRE Jacksonville are spending Christ- dorado Ark. and Mrs. J. P. Morgan -'Suwannee company a River corporation and Gulf and Railway the Happy

I mas Eve night with their grand of Dallas Texas, arrive Friday Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company

mY w Wed., Thurs. and Fri. I daughters, Suzanne and Frances to spend the Christmas holi- their, unknown a corporation successors of Virginia and

icuuuncmt Dec. 29. 30, 31 I Ford, and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wat- days with Mrs. Edward Burns. stockholders and other claimants trustees

t..RICHARD DOeilNG e MARTHAHTCR'/ N jers., Miss Joyce Ward and Mr. and aU by.. through other or under them; and to

'TILt SU MOfl lUUTIfUl UOIA1 ClIU.IIUIU1CV I Mr. and Mrs. Roland Blalock Mrs. G. L. Lovell will spend the rIght, title persons lien or interest claiming In any LAVADER CARMICHAELMADELINE ROY ROBINSON

(.*}...fa**f*H WUCU KltS....a4.| ,and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pancoast weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. to the following described property or

Plus "Claws for Alarm" Cartoon of Jacksonville Beach and Miss Moore Li Tampa.Mr. situate to-wit: in Bradford County. Florida, GILLENSWATER HUTTON CLARK

and Chapter 10 of Serial 'Ethel Fowler of Jacksonville and Mrs. Charles Patrickof Three parcels of land lying In VIRGINIA JONES RAY BROOKINS

AT REGULAR PRICES (i be Christmas day guests of Mr. Sneeda will spend the Christmas the the Southeast Southeast Quarter Quarter (SE<4) of
(SEV4) of
'and Mrs. Vie Frees. weekend with Mrs. Patrick's Section twenty-nine (29), Town- RUTH C. HATCH CLAUDE GODWIN

MARY K. SCHAEFFER Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips Jr. mother, Mrs. Steve Weldon and chip Six (6) South Range Twen

Sunday of Biloxi, Miss. are spending the family. Starke.ty-two (22)Bradford East. County.in the City Flori of WILLIE MAE JUDD JOAN HUBER
Monday.
Tuesday holidays with their parents, the Mr. and Mrs. :M:. E. York and da. Said parcels hereinafter referred -
D9( ?fi. 97 28 I' to as Parcel A
Parcel B LEONA BROWN r1I\ EDGAR AKRIDGE
and Mr.
in son
senior Phillips Lawtey Phil of Fernandina Beach are and Parcel C and being more

and Mrs. George Flynn in Starke.Mr. spending the Christmas holidays particularly described as follows:
H. Gill of Jacksonville PARCEL A. Commence at the LOIS BOLAND f j REGINALD UNDERHILL
MtocucoPthPlus and Mrs. J. with Mrs. York's parents, Mr. and Northwest Corner of said South

are spending Christmas Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. east Quarter (SE%) of Southeast AGNES BLEASDALE
day with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham Marion Ward of Jacksonville Is Quarter (SEW for point of ref. BILLY MARTIN
and
erencs run South
eighty-sev
"Greek Mlthology Cartoon and family. spending several days this week en (iT) degrees and eighteen (18) HORACE VARNES
James Hobbs and sons spent with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and minutes East along the Northerly EM1wr(( LAMAR SHAW

MRS. MARY BROWNING the first of the week in Tallahassee Mrs. S. G. Denmark. twenty-five boundary thereof and four a distance hundredths of BILLY HARDENBROOK
TOMMY
visiting Mr. Hobbs' parents, Mr. Frankle Hutto of Jacksonville (25.04) feet to point of beginning. FRITH
and Mrs. G. M. Bedenbaugh.Mr. is the From point of beginning thus DONALD RAY GRIFFIS
spending
FRIDAY NITE DEC. 31 holidays with his described continue South eighty PEARSON COX
--tTnM'P' and Mrs. J. L Cole and son grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. seven degrees (87) degrees and

GRANGER.TmDR Big New Year's Eve Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Davis McKinney Hutto. eighteen (IS) minutes East a MILTON HICKS I (
distance of ninety-two and six ; DOYLE GRIFFISW.
went to Brunswick Ga. on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazelwood ty-four hnndredths (92.64) feet
Late ShowEVERYBODY Sunday to get Mrs. Cole' brother and family leave Sunday to to a concrete monument, run B. BRANDON .
tI'NOVMORLEY HERMAN BAILEY
thence South one (1) degree and
Frank Rogers, who will visit the spend the holidays with their parents ten (10) minutes East and paral.

Pius "Candy Cabaret Cartoon and COME Coles Indefinitely.Dr. Mrs. R. R. Hazelwood and lel to the Westerly boundary of THOMAS FRISBEE 'r JIMMY BYRD

Latest World News REGULAR ADMISSION PRICE Lloyd Jennings cf Camp Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Miller in De- said Southeast Southeast Quarter Quarter(SEU(SE14)) a! distance of-

Gordon, Ga. Is spending the Christ Funlak Springs. They intend to return of six hundred four and

inas holidays with his family here. January 3. one tenth monument(604.1)on feet the to Norther-a Concrete \_ !i .



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plans were made for a New Year daughter. through, under or against such defendants above named Court and cause and New York. ] 301 north of Starke Fla. December 11. 1954. ,
as are dead; Matanzas In- you are required to serve a copy ol You are hereby notified that a August Cassiato. Route 2, Box FLOYD KING, }
Eve watch party and for a dinner Mr. Singley expects his daughter -'vestment Company and its unknown your answer or pleading to the com- suit for 54-A Starke Fla., sole owner. Administrator of the estat of ,
later in January, the latter to from Washington, D. C. to successors, trustees, stockholders, plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorne Divorce custody and control of Dated this 17th day of December Roy R. King, deceased. ;
Keystone Heights and other claimants, by, through or T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. minor child A.D., 1954 at Starke. E'radford 12/17 41 1,1 i
take care of Increased budget spend Christmas with him. under it; J. F. Morrison, if alive, and file the original in the- office of has been filed against you In the County, Florida.
items. It was also voted to pay Lt. Col. Charles Eason, his wife and if dead his unknown heirs devisees the Clerk of the Circuit Court on above named Court and cause and 12/17 4t 1/7 I
Sin. Sara McDonald legatees, grantees, assignees, or before the S day of January, you are required to serve a copy ot -
by another $300 the roof. The bazaar and two children of Kansas City,!(
on .creditors and all other parties 1934! ; otherwise the allegation of your answer or pleading to the. I. The Court Of Count Judge, FILL DIRT !
44AkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALa.WOMAN'S committee reported a net will spend the Christmas holidays claiming by. through, under or said Complaint will be taken as confessed complaint on the Plaintiff I Bradford County, Florida.
porfit of $24.27 on the bazaar heldon with Mr. and Mrs. H. Ownbey.CoL 'against him; O. W. Welch, if alive, by you. Attorney T. Frank Landurm, IB Probate.IN .
and if dead his unknown heirs, de- This notice shall! be published Starke, Florida, RE: ESTATE OF ROY R. KING, GOOD RICH
CLUB Nov. 18. The library committee Eason is Mrs. Ownbey's bro- visees, legatees grantees assignees, once each week for four consecutive and file the original In the officeof deceased. I
The next meeting of the %Wom reported progress on the library creditors and all other parties claIm- weeks in the Bradford County Tele. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on \otlee of Filing Prtltloa For Final
ther.Dr. ing by, through, under or against graph. or before the IlUrharcr of
an's Club will be held Tuesday Dec. and expressed the hope that it and Mrs. A. J. Holl will him: Jeff Davis, if alive, and if Dated this 1 day of Dec 1954. 3 day of January, 1S55; TOLL WHOM IT Administrator MAY CONCERN: TOP SOIL fI f

28, and will feature a covered dish might be open the first of the year have as guests for Christmas, Dr. dead his unknown heirs, devisees, (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegations of said Notice is hereby given that I have I f I
legatees grantees, assignees, creditors Clerk of the Circuit CourLer Complaint will be taken as confessed filed final
and birthday luncheon. Hostesses The welfare committee reported and Mrs. Howard E. White of and all other parties claiming Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk by you my of the estate returns of as Administrator Roy R. I See I
will be Mrs. Eagan, Mrs. Altman, on its work in conjunction with the Lake Placid, Fla. .. by through under or against him; IS/I 4t 12(24 This notice shall be published 1 King deceased; that I have filed

Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Elliott PTA on the removal of objectionable Mr. and Mrs. John Karges left! AND OR ALL CLAIMING OTHER PERSONS ANY RIGHT.HAVING -i' NOTICE. TO APPEAR .1 once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- my that petition I will apply for final to the discharge Honorable, and BILL JACKSON !

There will be a program followingthe I books from shelves in the this week to spend Christmas with TITLE LIEN OR INTEREST IN OR 'I!. Circuit Court, Bradford Coeoty. I I graph. Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of
lunch. town. and his TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Florida la Cfcamrecy. Dated this 1 day of Dec., 1954. Bradford County. Florida on Jaa- Jackson Transfer Company
their son, Louis Karges 'LANDS situate and lying in Bra.dford Roberta O'Neill. Plaintiff, vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby uary 12, 1955, for approval of I
At the last meeting on Dec. 14 It was also announced that Keystone imily in Butler, Pa. If the weatheris County, Florida to-wit: Francis O'Neill. Defendant. Clerk of the Circuit Court and for final discharge as Administrator same- I Phone 165
favorable to see KARCEL I Lots 16, 17, 18 and SI I Case No. 10-785 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk of the estate of Roy R. '
credit 22 ot they may go
had of pints I
a in Woodlawn Section 29, Town Not( To AppearTo 12/3 4t 12(24 I King, Deceased.
Guarantee Your $'9.95 blood from the mobile unit which Mrs. F. Scott in Sharon, Pa. ship 5 South. Range 22 East. : Francis O'N'elll. whose residence I
and address is: c/o Superin- !. The Circuit Curl 01 Bradford
F. M. Walrath m Is home from PARCEL II Two acres in Southeast
PICTURE TUBE visited Keystone on Dec. 1. Any- Corner of Lot 14 and all Lots 1 1U. tendent, Bordertown Reformatory I IDordcntown. t'oanty, Florida IB Chaaeery.Delia .
10 In. to 21 In. Per Year one needing transfusions contac the army for a Christmas leavt. 19, 20, 21, 30 and 32 in Wood- New Jersey. I Cumyle Ingram Plaintiff vs. f
Mrs. Eagan or Mrs. Altman. Al. Watson Jr. is home for the lawn, Section 29, Township 5, You are hereby notified that a Herbert Lewis Ingram, Defendant.Case .
Call 239 For Details South Range 22 East, excepting ait for No. 10-h00
G. E. Wiggins has gone to holidays. He is a student at Emery. therefrom road right-of-way aa Divorce, custody. and control of Order Of Publication Asa Notice
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO Vin- minor child To Appears State Of Florida !
Mr. and Mrs. Beaumire of described In that certin deed Tot 1
TV Greer. S. C., to join his wife and Mr. and dated February 11. 1927, and recorded has been filed against you la the Herbert Lewis Ingram, whose # .
spend the holidays with their cennes, Ind., are visiting in Deed Book 41, Page above named Court and cause and residence and address is: Route 1, ,
Mrs. Hewlit. 536. et seq., Public Records of you are required to serve a copy of Clintwood Virginia.
Mrs. James Weber of Bradford County. Florida. your answer or pleading to the com Tou are required to appear on
Mr. and
You and each of you are hereby plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney (I January 17, 1955, in the above
Jacksonville announce the birth of notified that a Bill of Complaint has T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida named Court and cause, wherein t
a baby girl on Sunday, Dec. 16, in been filed in the Circuit Court of 'plaintiff seeks divorce. From
;unsKjptt tl1ttBhapp frtess Bradford County, Florida, in Chan- and file the original In the office of Bradford County Telegraph shall
i L" St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Weberis cery, by Gertie Miles, formerly the Clerk of the Circuit Court on publish this Order in next four
tr the former Jacqueline Haskins. Gertie Browning, individually and or before the 3 day of January, weekly issues.
as Administratrix of the Estate of 1954; otherwise the allegations of Witness my hand and officials
: daughter of P. M. Haskins, formerly Rachel Browning, deceased as said Complaint will be taken as <'al at Starke, Florida, this! Dec Is.
at Ctinstmas i time of Keystone Heights.We Plaintiff and against you and eachof confessed by you. 1954.
Jf to welcome Leslie you as defendants; that the nature This notice shall be publishedonce (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
are glad of said suit la to quiet and each week for four consecu- Clerk of said Court K. G. Duncan Agent
Ridaught home for the holidays. confirm the title of plaintiff Gertie tive weeks In the Bradford County By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,
Leslie is stationed at Keesler Air Miles, formerly Gertie Browning, Telegraph. Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building STANDARD OIL CO.
and ttoouoti the ahead. individually and as Adminifctratrix Dated this 1 day of Dec.. 1954. Jacksonville Florida.
uea? Base in Biloxi, Miss. It was very of the Estate of Rachel frowning, OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby AU)*. for Plf. 12/17 4t 1/7
Q-- nice to see him at church yester!deeaseii, to the above land as a Clerk of the Circuit Court
fee simple title; and you are required By Ma. Van L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF INTEVTItn TO
Colonial Florist day.Mr. to appear and serve a copy of 1/3 4t 12(24( REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I
and Mrs. Jimmy Price are your answer and pleadings on Plaintiffs Notice is hereby given that the I 1
attorney, A. J. Thomas, Jr.. NOTICE 'APPEAR undersigned, under the provisions K
Schmitt Owner
Cynthia proud to announce the birth ot I whose address is Starke, Florida, la Circuit Court Bradford County, of Chapter :20,953. Laws of Florida, Santa Says. ,
Starke, Florida their; new daughter, Catherine and to file the original of your Florida In Clianccrj- Acts of 1941, will register with the { I
look-I answer or pleading in the office of Maria Fernandez. Plaintiff vs. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and ,
Venessa, on Dec. 6.Ve are the undersigned Clerk of Circuit Teofilo Fernandez Defendant. for Bradford County, State of Florida ,
I ing forward to having Catherine Court on January 3. 1955. otherwise Case No. 10-786 upon receipt of proof of publication r\ U
enrolled in the nursery.TTTTYTTTVvvvi I the allegations of said complaintwill Settee To AppearTo of this notice the fictitious ifI Only A Few Sets I Ii
DRAPESSLIP II I be taken as confessed by you. : Teofilo Fernandez, whose name of 301 Star Motel underhuli ( f" ,
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that residence and address Is: c/o Cruz, I am engaged in business on L' SA 3
f nyy.mHAMPTON this Order of Publication and Notice 413 Amsterdam Avenue, New York

COVERSREUPHOLSTERING each be week forthwith for four published consecutive once Left For Immediate ,

\ weeks in the Bradford County Tel- | .
egraph, a duly qualified newspaper : .
published In said County. .
.ow WITNESS my hand and official ; : ,'' | tt
by Mrs. U'm. W. HammondAJAJJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA seal at Starke. Bradford County, rI r/ Delivery J
Florida, this December 3, 1954. <<
OFFICIAL SEAL) Chas. .\. Darby
BEAUTIFUL FABRICS Christmas exercises were held in Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad.


.. PERFECT ELEGANT TAILORING STYLING he school with each auditorium room Friday taking mornIng part.. la Circuit ford County.Court-, Bradford Florida.12/3 4t County.1Z724 i 5N0W Only $159.95
I All did a grand Job especially the Florida in Chancery.

Call Peg at 239 for Advice and I chorus directed by Mr. Water Carl Mary E.H.Fredrickson Fred rick 80n, ,Defendant.Plaintiff vs.

A Free Estimate the 6th and 7th grade teacher. Case No. 18-781
Following) this entertainment a Order Of PuMioatlon And Notice T. VICTORI
Appear state Of Florida Tot 17" RCA
of volley ball was played
game Carl E. Fredrlckson. whose resi
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV between the All Stars and the dence You and are address is Unknown. r ,
required
Red Birds, with the Red Birds win- January J, 1955 In the to above appear nam on '

ning. After dinner each room ed Court and cause, wherein plain. TELEVISION

Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin had a Christmas tree, and fruit tiff Bradtora seeks divorce.county telegraph shall
Starke, Fla. and candy from their teachers. Publish this Order In next four I'll >

Has everyone seen the Wayside weekly Issues. (
Witness ,
official seal
Park near the Santa Fe Fire at ?!arkei Fipridaathis November c
Tower? I am sure it will be .26. 1954.! i
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
r greatly appreciated by many pass- I As Clerk of said Court
By Marian L. i
!"g through. Crosby Deputy Clerk
I Martin J. Pearl 281 Smith Building .
Mrs. Elmer Lewis and daughter, :Jacksonville 2, Florida. t. ,
Wanda of Starke and :Mrs. U. D. Attys. for Pit. 12/3 4t 124NOTICE

Dyal were shopping in Gainesville Merry Christmas bright with cheer K

.

I Monday.Mr. and Mrs. B. W. (R
between the undersigned, .
Doyle E.
are rejoicing over the birth of a Conner
and James Lucian Conner,
.- daughter, Alma Ruth. heretofore engaging In the General And a Happy New Year too,
- Jimmy Dyal is down with the insurance Business at Starke, Florida !
under J
the firm and style of
Flu.The 'Conner Bros. Insurance Agency"has Then our wishes now for_ you! r s'

.A many friends and neighbors been dissolved by mutual consent g '
'
as and from the 1st
day of ,
!' t of the Wadsworth family are hoping December. 1964. All debts due to S)' ,
and praying for the speedy and owing by the said late firm The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United
will be received and g
recovery for their son, Gordon, by Doyle E. Conner paid who respectively will' Press world news summary on Station WDVH at noon I

who was critically injured in a car continue to carry on the said busI- each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA. Model 173450C
Qietu accident. ness under the style or firm of
"Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency."
Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham Dated
this 4th day of December. t
have been on the sick list. A.D.. 1954.SIgned. 1

Janet, the young daughter of ((Signed)) James Doyle LucIan F. Conner Conner BANK at STARKEMember CHAS SHEPHERD \l

the W. A. Saxon's, Is lots better. 12/10 4t 12/21 t
. .
/ Mrs. Koe. 4th and 5th grade fa Clrvolt Coart Bradford Coaaty, =
Florida !. RADIO TV SEAT COVERS
teacher was unable to teach Chanrrrr
Jeannette Gagnon, Plaintiff Der- Florida National Group
vs.
Thursday and Friday of last week. tin Gagnon, Defendant. g Phone 239 'Starke Fla.
Her twin sons are ill and In the Case No. 10.737 1
Order Of PabllratloB And Notice To
Gainesville Hospital with pneu- Appear State of Florida Toi I ",, I
-
monia. Mrs. W. W. Hammond Bertin Gagnon. whose residenceand

substituted. address Is: Oak Grove Park, P. ._ .
And '-'- 'JL.O.JL.O.--.lL "" '''''''' .LAA..J. .A.LO.'LLtU
O. Box 36, Plalnville, Conn. 11' 1'1'0+ '''''''''
Mrs. W. A. Saxon, son Billy and You are required to appear on

A Happy New YearH. daughter Janet, Mrs. Edward Jan. 10 1955. In the above named
Court and cause wherein plaintiff
Saxon and daughter, Gail, were seeks divorce.

business callers in Starke Tuesday. Bradford County Telegraph shall
publish this Order In next four
C. Wall, Agency James Horne, Wayne Matchettand weekly issues.

Frank Brown students of the Witness my hand and official seal
at Starke, Florida, this December
INSURANCE I U. of F. are spending their holiday 4. 1954.

vacations at their homes here. I t (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby t
I As Clerk of Said Court
\.t Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne entertained By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
at dinner Sunday, Mr. Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. Box 81, ?i
Gainesville, Fla.. To Ollie FriendsWe
g,11 0 and Mrs. O. D. Gay of Dunnellon, Attys. for Plf. 12/10 4t 12/31 .

Elmer Gay of Orlando, Mr. and
NOTICE TO APPEAR
: I Mrs. Bill Weest and son, Mark, of ta Circuit Court Bradford County .
I .
t..nristmasSPECIAL Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Florida In Chancery.
I J I John Petrow, Plaintiff, vs. Sue Pet- ..
,. I Robert Starke. Barksdale and children of row Defendant.To Appear Case No. 10784Votloe -.

I To: Sue Petrow. whose residenceand .
Mrs. Wesley Griffin and daughter address is: 231 E. 96th Street,

Phyllis, spent Tuesday with New York New York
You are hereby notified that a
Mrs. B. B. Eiland aid family. suit for Extend

!IJ Howell Williams is on the sick Divorce custody, control and
support of minor child
list. has been filed against you in the

.l "Merry Christmas Everyone." -

Brrr Brr too cold to gather

,news. Our Best

20 GALLON AUTOMATIC YOURPROTECTION

In The C"ff'MIltoart Of Florida, i
Eighth Judicial Clrralt. la Akd
COLEMAN For Bradford Cooaty,
IB OaDft'lT.
Gertie Mile, Formerly Gertie Wishes For
1 1ON Browning, Individually and as ,
HOT WATER HEATER
Administratrix of the Estatef

I I J i Rachel Browning VF. Deceased Plaintiff, ,


SALE Donald L. McKay, et at.. ,

'ifi" ; ."' ORDER OF BMr.VTIOX Defendants.AXD .
IS OURPROFESSION
?: NOTICE: TO APPEAR
'TILE STATE OF FLORIDA TO' II
'. i Donald L. McKay, if alive, and if

tFOR 95 :t* 'p 1>, \[dead itors legatees and his grantees all unknown other, parties heirs, devleeee\\ A Wonderful Holiday Season


by through under or against him: I
;; r.,( Otto Lachenmyer also known asj\
ONLY ; an >. Otto Lochenmyer. it alive and If |
i w ;;: ,. dead his unknown heirs, devisee; |
,. t d legatees, grantees, assignees, creditors -
*" j ,\ and all other parties claiming
a[ by through under or against him; .
ot'( f Thomas Dixon If alive If dead his
:; D 'unknown heirs, 4evl e-ea. legatee.
.., ': ,, "" l grantee, aselgneea! creditor and You should have one of our
.. .
.' A [t \all other parties claiming by,
\ :: 'ft Burgulary Insurance Policies
b.'i ; through, under or against him;
S'1Limited .
,. James H. Flu and wife Lillian W. Protect home Container
Foes, Ervin B. Whitney, David Floyd your Corporation
'i* Number t and wife Bell A. Floyd, James A.
business and
.T ) Sherman and Albert E. Killer and personal prop-
: > jJ' wife VeaU Miller, if alive and It erty.
I'.' I any .f said defendants be dead the :
On Hand iiffpltJ t unknown heirs, devisees, legatees ,
:
4 t grantees. ajolgae. creditors and Constant Service Since 1891 Of America
y' I all other parties claimingby,
'. Buy Wholesale -- tL through under, or against such de.J SENDFORJERRY
f fendants as are dead; Woodlawn
Syndicate and Us unknown eucces- -
"1 't'T. {I Bor*. trustees stockholders and
While They Last t other claimants by. through or under fernudina Beach ria. .
F It; Mary K. Touells. If alive, H. 0. WALL ,

,f. Plenty Of Hot Water At All Times !I I and if, dead legatee., her, grantees unknown, assignees heirs, devisees .

f creditors, and all other parties
claiming by, through under or AGENCYPhone .

I a pany against, a her corporation; Raley-Uamby, and Its Com- .....
unknown -
f f successors, trustees, stock- 146
SLAb! GAS! COMPANY i k holders, and other claimants by ,.
i through or aDder U; M. V. Raley 200 E. Call Street
f and Thos. B. Uamby. and his wife
[ Emma M. HAmby if alive, and If Starke -
g Phone 121 Starke, FIa. t any of said defendants be dead that ,, -
unknown heirs 4..1.ee., legatees. .
!, assignee! creditors, and -
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1954


Presbyterian ChurchFriday HEILBRONN TTTVVTTTTTTVVVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT7TTNEWS I Brooker Elementary, A Moffett E. Thompkins, principal $2171;

BAPTIST CHURCH OF INTEREST TO COLORED principal $2.00; Hampton Training bents principal $3.16; Grand

M. Total .
$51.50."Thanks
Dec. 24 Observanceof Taylor, principal $3.25; -
Lord's Supper. Christmas- Eve Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Lawtey Training, C. C. Anderson A Million", OzoraJohLson

service in cooperation with Methodist 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: principal $10.88; R. J. E. High collector.
.p.m. preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer By Ozora Johnson, Editor
Churches 9
and Christian ,
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -
p. m. A.&AAA&&&&&.&&&.&&&&&&AtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAdepartment
REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor
Dec. 26 I Ihoma. -
Sunday Sunday
I I Keep your news coming into taught by Betty -
.
School 9:45 Worship
i a. m. Morning -
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS this office. We are anxious to keep { ;;.
11 a. m., "The Challenge of
f At The TabernacleBeginning Methodist Church A New Year." Service broadcastover CHURCH your church fraternal, civic and Too much cannot be said about
school information m the reading the play presented by,the elementary
[ WDVH. Youth Fellowship 6
with the announce- Sunday, Dec 26 Church p. m., adult advisers hosts. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. eyes of the public. We can only do department. The moral was,
11
ment bl the Angel and the Heavenly School 9:45 a. n. Morning Worship Worship 7:30 p. m. Morning Service a.m. this with"your help. We sincerely "It. is more blessed to give.than to

Host, the sacred story of Christmas 11 a. m., Student Recognition Wednesday, Dec. 29 Prayer Evening Service 7:30 p.m. thank Rev. Maxwell for that inspiring receive." Maurice Jenkins servedas
Service with Prayer Meetings Wednesday article last week on His
was vividly portrayed by the following mistress of ceremonies.
Meeting and Bible study 7:30 p1
Mrs. Florence Hipple on her Flan.Jlelgraph college students as speakers: Ann m. light 7:43 pm. Saturday nightCIIL'RCH yoke Is Easy," other laymen as Thurson Elementary school had

board at the Sunday Cressler, Adell Scholl, Billy Smith, well as minister are invited to do one of the largest trees in the

morning service in the Tabernacle. and Tommy Slade. Recreation OF JESUS CHRIST the same thing. county, which was replete with .

Sunday night another message Time 5:30: p. m. Fellowship for i Church of God LATTER DAY SAINTS John Givens still leads in circulation gifts. The original nativity scenes '

to the season was Intermediates and Seniors 6:15 p. I and sale of papers. We are and created : ti,9tn1j f
appropriate Services each Sunday in old playlet were by Principal the rtlaCniSQ< of ( ( j jb
May
brought by the sponsor who told m. Worship Service for MYF Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun.day sorry that he will be away for Price, assisted by B. Lennon t

"The Meaning of Christmas" with .groups 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship I Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening School 10 a. m. Sacrament Christmas two weeks !in Daytona Thurston Elementary. S. C. Round t-

quotations from the Scriptures. 7:30 p. m. The Youth Choir Service 7:43 p.m. YfJS. Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Beach. Joe Louis Fleming of Lit. D. Cambridge. The Principalis .. dHPfr. .its friendships 1;

Monday night Miss Isabelle Hall will give a small musical program. !Service Wednesday 7:43 p.m., and tie's Grocery Store has promisedto anxious to have the continued

of Quito. Ecuador, a co-worker Tuesday WSCS Prayer Group Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p.m. serve his customers. There are cooperation of all patrons in her 1 II4g9et and t{

with Miss Phyllis Martin In the 9:30 a. m.Wednesday. Later. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY some carriers who did not reportfor campaign for "school beautifica- .

mission field there, showed pic- Bible Study and Sunday :School 10 a.m. Morn FLA. paper sales because school tion" in 1955. allocco'W!

tare slides of scenes and the workin Prayer, 7:30: p. m. ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching was closed. Please come by the "A Thought For Today" as you

that South American country. Thursday Youth Choir rehearsal Saturday, 7:30 p.m. 11 a. m. &; 7:3O p. m. Midweek corner of Pine and George Streets "If you hear gossip, don't repeatit

Miss Martin being a missionaryfrom 6:30: p. m. Chancel Choir service Wednesday 7:30 p. n. and check your paper sales, untu you have confirmed it; .

this section this first hand rehearsal 7:30 p. m. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev A. E. Massey, pastor. The Last Bell lbw Been SoundedNo when you find out its try, forget ,. ..- <.
information of the work there and more pencils, no more boolcs. it,"

the Christian school in which she Raymond E. MacBUla that Is for this year, 1954. All,

teaches made the evening message St. Edward' Church j!i.C.. CHURCH L. Overturf OF Jr CHRIST. Minister schools have closed for the holidays ampton Training presented a ;,.. Charley: E. Johns & Son Agency

of double interest. -'- Services at St. Mark's Episcopal and the doors will not open special Christmas program and l .
Sunday Mass at 9:15 Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. used recorded -
: a. m. Church will be as follows: until 1955 January 3, to be carols. This is a Starke, FloridaIt's J
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening
good the
example of importance of
exact The pupils of the
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church Worship 7:30 m. Negro audio-visual
aids
p. in
8:30 a. m.Children's. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.-. schools will be especially fortunateto teaching. _
Guarantee Your Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: enjoy two Where there is a will, there is away.
$9.95 Class Saturday 11 Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: large new comfortable .
p.m. The
PICTURE TUBE p.m. Y. P. S. L. installations, R. J. E. and programs were scheduledso
a m. Radio _"Old Paths"each
program, : that it was impossible for the
10 In. to 21 In. Per Year Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany I!I Lawtey Training. Mr. Morgan, our
Keystone Heights Sonday 9 a. m. Station helpers and to attend
Call 259 For Details ind Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir county superintendent, has been 1 specialists '
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO (Women's Club Practice. I WDVH. busy collecting bids for seats that all, but principal Taylor carriedon time to wish jo' r
Sunday Mass & a. m. in a very fine -P. T. A.
TV Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, .. will be used in these new school* way.
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m.Confessions Interestingly & Hobby Club, second and fourth
11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. enough your columnist
LETTERS TO Tuesdays each month.
before all Masses. overheard a conservation

SANTA CLAUSDear about colors of seats. The sales CHURCH NEWS

-_ _. _-.-,_ -: ,''- __.x Christian ChurchRev. man was sincere and dynamic in "Glol') To God In The Highest Ecrg'rYcJla

I J. E. Sherwood, pastor I his attempts to sell the seats to And On Earth Peace And Goodwill
r FIRST BAPTIST; CHURCHStarke Santa Claus: Mr. Morgan and stated that they To AU Men."

Sunday, 9:45, Bible school classes I am a little girl 9 years old and were being sold in colors such as Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church

for all ages. C. W. Colson, Supt in the 4th grade. I want you to blue, green and coral. The sales. will have its Christmas program on

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening bring me a bicycle and a Dianetteset man tried to emphasize the fact January 2 at the church, according i

worship, 7:30: p. m. Christian En- and a big doll. And pleasdon't e that the seats of color increased to Rev. Groover, pastor. This !2g
deaver 6 m. forget my little brother. He school attendance because is _
p. they being done because many of the
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting is only 5 months old, so you choose were so beautiful. Many interesting scholars who attend regularly Wille

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. the best for him. Love, jokes and observations .were made ; away for the holidays. He is

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130Sunday Womans Cou cjl lit and 3rd Betty Jean Allen which reminded me of Mary Me- rather anxious to make all '. "

Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., Mrs. W. L. Brooker, Fla. Cleod Bethune, President Emeritus bers of the Sunday School happy.mejn- to those we know and serve

Andrews president. and founder of Bethune-Cook- Superintendent Homer Williams is

Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Church located on W. Call and Dear Santa Claus: man College, Daytona Beach, who I asking more parents to come tog in this community
I am a little girl 8 years 9ld on one occasion
Christian streets. A friendly welcome was addressing Sunday School and
bring their
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M.
waits and in the third grade and I want large group of all white digni i itarles. children in 1055.

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. everyone. you to bring me a doll, a dollhouse This was in some large New Bethel Baptist Churchill

and a tea set and a bicycle hotel where colored had hold Andrews Motor
people regular
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at BROOKER and a dianette set, and don't forget never been. During her masterful Rev. A. Vinson services Sunday with CompanyStarke
,
I BAPTIST CHURCH pastor, in charge.
father
and mother. address
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Rev. C. B. Stallings, Pastor i So she said someone asked ,i The young people will have their FloridaConway's
hurry and her
come. what she
Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning I was doing there and Christmas program in the after.

'-- - --. .- -. : --' -- -':/' Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30: pjn., Willa Mae, Tetstone;I this was the reply, "I came to add. noon, led by Frances Jenkins and
Brooker, Fla. some color to this others.
pale Gifts
situation'She ,
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer -_ candy and fruit will -
is actually proud of her be given to
7:30 Dear black all scholars.
Wednesday Santa Claus
Meeting p.m. : skin, and in
Just a few words to say hello has made no uncertain terms On Saturday, Dec. 25, at 5 p. m.

SEVENTH DAY and to let you know what I want.I bution an invaluable cant rt Prof. A. O. Jenkins will give his

ADVENTIST CHURCH am a little girl 7 years old and to our race. We need morewomen aughter, Maurice Jenkins in mare -
like
MAY in the Mary McCIeod B riage to McCoy White fjij@
Services each Sabbath in old second grade. I want you to thune. or Marianna
Y@'y
; the spiritual bttufy of CttriitmM. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath bring me a bicycle and a piano anda ['. T. A. & Hobby Club Chit All friends and well wishers are >fo
Dianette -Ch at invited to attend at New esf
set and
a real live Bethel Yoy
School 2 p.m. Preaching I puppy The Hobby Club of
{
color black. Hope you have a Lawtey Baptist Church. Rev. Vinson of- rod
each second and fourth Sabbaths Training School
Bring mod wonderful bleitmgt to you, I Merry Christmas. Love, Dec. 13, met on Monday, ficating. yj.
3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. to exchange Christmas
..' 2 _- _, _. ,_ 4 Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. Gracie Marie Allen, gifts and enjoy a final fellowship Mt. Moriah :Methodist Church
a Brooker, Fla. for the i will hold its regular Christmas
And the and ofGod' Everyone welcome. year. A short and interest i Services. Rev. W.
may pete joy Damps pastor,
afternoon. Dear Santa Claus: ing program was rendered, games will preach. Come out and hear //k4fQQy C-t-iITh4f
I am a little were played, and refreshmentswere
boy and in the 5th the storY of the Savior's birth
AIRPARK MISSIONARY gra e. I want served. President Easter Williams I
guiding hand a bicycle and a that nev"er grows old. The choir
BAPTIST CHURCH hunting knive and two pistols and stated that all enjoyed an will feature the carols. II
I
Sunday School 9:45: a. n.. Morning a pair of cowboy boots. I am 11 e\ eeing of fun. This was largely] As a final thought for this

Male the future happy and prosperous.. Worship 11 a. m. Training years old. Lots of love and a Merry due to the combined efforts of the 1 Christmas Season let me leave

Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Service i Christmas. members of the faculty, Principal : this short with
I poem you:
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 1 I Lonnie Tetstone Anderson, Business Manager Walter BE TRUE, by Horatlus Bonar
b I 7:30 m. Rev. W. O. Brooker, Fla. Perkins, Marion Houston and
cl..Jk..J. \. p. Elnora Thou must be true thyself,
._ ,. Collins Jr., Pastor. Perkins. This group wishes If thou the truth wouldst teach; Service Station
you a
BEAU BRUMMELL PLAYS "Merry Christmas and a
Thy soul must overflow, if thou
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BAPTIST CHURCH AT n.omIJ.TIIE.TRJ..: It. J. E. will hold its first P. T. soul wouldst reach!
It needs the
overflow of heart
Sunday School 10 a. m. preaching A. on Wednesday, Jan. 5, at 8 To give the full Union Bus DepotStarke
"Beau lips speech
Brumwell, m. in
p. the
playing; Sunday high school
with
6:30 President
Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac 11 a. m. Training Union : Think
truly, and thy
thoughts
Monday, and Tuesday at the Sophia Royal in charge. Principal ,
7:30 m. Prayer
p. m. Preaching p. Shall the world's famine feed
Florida :
Starke, Florida Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. of the most Theatre engaging, brings and to life controversial one message Thompkins to all has a special] Speak truly, and each word of Florida
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. patrons concerning thine
I figures of England's Resency the "New School". Please make _
a Shall
be a fruitful seed
period Xew ;;
the dashing ana Year's resolution to
I reckless adventurer who gambled P. T. A.Watcroak. attend Live truly, and thy life shall be .. .. '

life and love on fame and left his A great and noble creed. May Peace be with you
school closed with an T. B. Seal Sales Reached
mark
on the fashions, morals ana unusual
court Christmas program. Mrs.: AH Time High This Christmas and
Free intrigues of his day. Estella Roberts ,
: Free Beau Brummell is 1 principal, sup1 Mrs. Kite was well pleased over i
played by plied the
t
fa music
,
Granger. The story be'Jelson conducted while the Miss Irene he seal sale which was as follows: Every Christmas. '
gins I
program
as-
with Capt. Brummell'si I sisted
expulsion by Rachel
Donald.
LARGE DRESSEDTURKEY i I from the Royal Hussars! President :l CREETinGS
a. when he : pestle announced P. T. A. for Mon- !

i I Prince of dares Wales. to disgrace the 'day, Jan. 3. All patrons and the MONUMENTS :

f I Bitinimell Supervisor were invited to attend I,, ; bf :'
builds:: firm
a friendship
and make plans for "curning thecontract" LOWEST p
PRICES !
with the $
prince and 4
en on the / f .c
range in the V 41zk.
courages him
to take a firm stand kitchen, and for serving hot lunch FINEST QUALITYI!
against William
Pitt, England's to the pupils each .
day. The
prime minister.; The Hobby No Extra Charge
friendship] Club is still
ends when Brummell's plan for the to President Tyson working.there According! For Setting In Or Near
will
Prince be
1 to k
certify his
misfires. father as Insane meeting early in January. 'Nat ehl STARKEA.
Brummell is forced .his paper for the date. I S1
nto exile and his ill-fated romance I i'i't

with the beautiful Lady Patricia Schools Present I I -
;is ended. Array Of Pageantry
uu e
I With ThePurchase Biummcll is credited with the The "Christmas Story"' was one I

| change in men's fashions from of the features of R. J. E. Glee

[knee britches to chimney. Club pre-holWay presentation. It I .
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Of .rousers. Granger makes 29 cos- was directed by Frances Pierce I

no;, |'time changes to fill tie part of the ,rid Earl Minott. The manger and ATLANTIC MEMORIALSINC
I,Brummell. stable were built by students of I ESTAeIfSHE01/10

: Any Elizabeth Taylor plays Lady ndustrial arts taught by 715 fOIIST IT. J. R. KellyTax

[ Patricia, Peter Ustinov hell and supervised by Rev.Elme.1
plays the MCWONVltll
'. nOIIDA'
Prince of Wales and Robert Morley The art and decorations Collector Bradford Coun yd

IbtpciinlRANGE ] plays King George III oy the girls in the home economics : 1j 1-

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:
dear Husband and Fathefo

)f our dear Husband and Father MONEYFor I

.he late M. Sgt. Emmett Robinson

oho died: in Korea
on Dec
ELECTRIC '90. We love and mis! ? you. but 2J TO YOU OUR FRIENDS.

1 a Jesus loved you best. You will al

l.ylREFRIGERATOR ways be in our heart i SIgned* that help you need, see Marion AND CUSTOMERS

:CJwendolyn and Bert1; Robinson, Finance Co Inc. at Gainesville.

wife and daughter. Those friendly people are there, especially
I
OR to help with cash those who are in

24 Mos. To Pay All You Need I need of $25.00 to $300.00 Monthly Budget SERSOfl'SThomas f O \

Small Down Payment FREEZERTHIS Loans on Payday 30 day Loans. ,

I I 90 DaysNo Child's i Call Marion Finance Co. and make your
CoughWhen
Finance
Charge application. Then Come in, and get the

colds measles or flu leaveyour Cash in one trip.
Oil
child ith.a croupy cough getCrcomuluon C

OFFER GOOD FOR THE REMAINDER OF quick because chronic The" Credit requirements are very mmmmmmimmmin | ymm iyi i l yuu

t bronchitis may develop. Creomulsion liberal. --
soothes raw throat and chest membrane
THIS YEAR! *,loosens and helps expel germ
phlegm mildly relaxes systemic tension

= ""' l = and aids nature fight the causa MARION FINANCE COMPANY
of irritation. Get milder, tastier

Creomulsion and blue package for at Children your drug in the counter.pink 218 West University Ave. Truck Terminal & Garage

i \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE CREOMUL'SIONFOR Phone 5333 Gainesville P. 0. Box 446 Starke, Floridaq


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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 6TABSE FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1954
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Celebrates

Do Your
Zoning The Eldon Sapp home was the
place where several members of

the Heilbronn Home Demonstration

(Continued from page one) 7- Club and their families gath-

ered Tuesday night. Dec. 16, for
last Minute ShoppingAt markets that stay open in Jack- their annual Christmas party.

: sonville on Sunday," he said, "and I sit I The living and dining; rooms
i we have stores that are staying ,
r opened ensuite were aglow with
open on Sunday right here now." the traditional red and blue lights,
ji
The Andrews said Wednesday that True as well as silvered shrubbery at-
he intends to go ahead with his tractively placed a.t"antage
plans for the structure and voiced points. This was enhanced by the
the belief that: "When I present Or % I 1k large frie in the fire place. lend-
these plans and show how the r ing a homey atmosphere.
supermarket will lie arranged on Miss Cox read
Marilyn: gave a
the property I believe that those False? ing pertaining to the Christ child,
who are now itill r .
opposing and Christmas games were played
change their minds." k and carols sung.
Andrews said fiat the Walnut After the exchange of gifts. Mrs

street site was the only one avail- Merriment filled the USO auditorium last Friday night when the Tom Moore Sapp, assisted by Miss Dorothy

able that met company require- radio show, "True or False," was brought to Starke. At left Moon horn rimmed Ross and Marilyn Cox served re-

We Have Expanded Our Store To Serve You Better the ments.company He said had that looked officials the town of specs) Is seen trying to Induce County Commissioner Leon Renfroe to sing( In the pre- freshments from a festive table
overlaid with Christmas red
over and that this was their choiceof program try-outs. At right, Mrs.; Bynum (Ma) Perkins Is seen as she answers an- a
linen cloth, centered with ar-
an
other true or false question correctly.
locations.A.
TWICE THE SPACE rangement of silvered leaves and
J. Thomas Sr., chairman of
the zoning board, said that his Starke Show Keystone Church 'I American Legion i red Those poinsettlas.enjoying this event were

TWICE THE SELECTION group is still in the process of J. White and
Circles Met MondayThe I Needs 20 Members Mr. and Mrs. B. son.
making a long range study of On 500 Stations Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp
Starke's needs. He said a graduate i. I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Mr
women of the Keystone : American
TWICE THE SAVINGSWe class in architecture at tb Legion Post 56 is
and Mrs. Tullie Norman and son.Gerald
Saturday NightStarke Heights Community Church held looking for 20 members before
University of Florida has under- I
their circle meetings on Monday. their first Mrs. E. L. Cox and daugh-
taken the project class work in 1 January meeting in
as
Mrs J
Dec. 20.Mrs. ters, Mariyln and Linda
will get a plug over the i hopes of pushing their membership
a city planning course, and that
Smith's Circle met at the W. McRae, Misses Edith and Rosa
more than 500 radio stations of drive over 100 per cent by the firstof
he expects the students to come
Are Now -- More Than Ever -- .home of Mrs. H. C. Lowther at 11 the Cliff Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp
cp with some ideas on what the Mutual Network on Christmas year. Currie, post
a.m Mrs. Lowther gave a de- I and sons, Rudy and Joe and Miss
Starke can expect in the way of night (Sat., Dec. 25). Listenerswill I
votional talk Ross, the home demonstrationagent.
the
on significanceof
STOCKED AND future growth. hear Tom Moore, producer and'
STARKE'S MOST' COMPLETELY .
: Christmas and Mrs. Paul Mur- about
Thomas said that he personallyfelt emcee of the "True or False" pro-I'phy reviewed a chapter of the Legion membership.
gram, give some highlights of I Currie said Post 56 YOU'LL LOVE the Ester-
the disputed site would even- voted to new
Mission Study Book. "Under Three
LOWEST PRICED READY TO WEAR STORE tually be zoned for business. He Starke and Bradford County and I I FJags.( There were two visitors i!Donate $25 to Lake City Veteran's I brook purse-size fountain pent rn
added that commercial property will hear local persons competingfor from Melrose present. A lovely Hospital for its Christmas celebration -, pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford -

usually follows residential propertyand prizes. II luncheon was served. I County Te1t'graph.III .

BUT SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED AT that the churches already Mrs. Bynum (Ma) Perkins, prin- The Crosby-Stevens circle met !i '
three cipal of the Hampton School, wentto
have business property on
at the home of Miss Cleva Car I
sides.Members the final round of questioningto son at 1 p.m., with Mrs. James III! At V AREZ' STORE Men's Clothing'
ALL TIMES --- regardless of our low, low prices of the zoning boardare win $35 and a chance at the"jackpot" Grayson and Mrs. H. E. Newinsas Established 1894

Thomas, Orie Wiggins, T. C. prizes. However, she co-hostesses. The home was j.-
Hazen, S. G. Denmark, and Guy was finally eliminated when given beautifully decorated and the ,
Andrews. The committee's recom- five questions to answer on Rud- luncheon carried out the traditional I

mendations will be reviewed and yard Kipling.Mrs. Christmas colors. Mrs. A. J.I Naval Oranges Red Grapefruit
passed upon by the City Council Ben Rowland was next to,Holl and Mrs. F. W. Schroederwere
after it holds public hearings. Mrs. Perkins in the number of i, visitors. There were 21 $2.00 PER BUSHEL
TO YOU true or :
false questions answered members present.
MeL City Hall Closed correctly, and won $30. for her' The Nightengales were enter- JUICE ORANGES $1.50 PER BUSHEL

ability. tained by Mrs. T. J. Southerland. Christmas
Gift
City Clerk Carl Johns said The program was tape recorded Mrs. Margaret Tracy read the Baskets Shipped Anwhere _

AND YOURSWe I City Hall will be closed all day to here by Moore and his staff for I scripture, Mrs. M. C. Prevatt read VISITORS WELCOME

n day (Friday). He said personsI re-broadcast Christmas night (Dec. Peter Marshall's sermon, "Let's
wishing electric serviceing maycontact 25)). It will be carried by the I Keep Christmas" and Mrs. D. R. BAY SHORE GROVESLocated

l" I the Starke Light Plant at mutual network at 8 p.m. (EST). Thompson gave a reading on the
Phone 22. Persons interested in hearing the Christmas theme. Several new 1-2 Mi. West of Melrose Post Office

broadcast are advised that. it-- will---- members were introduced and Dr. On: Gainesville Highway

w. c. T..U. be carried by WRUF, but it is and Mrs. Holl were honored guests. ,
likely that only persons with FM I
"BE SOBER, BE VIGILANT: BE- sets will be able to tune it in over I

Exchange We Refund We Satisfy CAUSE YOUR ADVERSARY this station. Little Things WINKLER/
ROARING i iI ELECTRIC
THE DEVIL AS A The recording session here last iMost Important SERVICE
LION, WALKETH ABOUT, SEEK- Friday was attended by
.ZING WHOM HE MAY DEVOUR: i Governor. and Mrs. Charley Acting E.I In Social Security"In i Get Set For the Better Fall
RESIST, STEADFAST IN :jonns.9 GOV. Programs> Now Coming on
WHOM Johns, who Mcore described i !I/TII'
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THAT social security as in everything 1
KNOWING
THE FAITH as one of his close friends I!
ARE else, little things can some-
AFFLICTIONS
THE SAME was instrumental in getting the
ACCOMPLISHED IN YOUR I entertainer to make the recording times make a big difference," says
BRETHREN THAT ARE IN THE in Starke. Ted C. Van Antwerp of the Gaines I\\ RADIOAND

ORLD.." Moore said that the Chamber of ville social security office. I
__ 1ST PETER 5:7.8. Commerce here would undoubtedly Little things like showing your
_j-- 1II- social card to employer _
: receive a lot of letters and inquiries security your
following the actual broadcast. when you first go to work TELEVISIONSales
so that he reports your earnings t -

I Rep. D. R. Matthews currently, can sometimes mean the "1 ..

Seeks Applications difference receiving benefits between receiving either for or not the I I 17-inch TVMahogany

'worker or for his survivors. 179.95 and Service

Sa II announces Congressman that D.any R.young Matthew man :security Simply account checking every on your year social can I 224 N. Temple" Ave PHONE I II I
I 166 Starke Florida
t ghts under the age of 22 who is interested mean the difference between having ,

r .a 0 g a el U.Naval S. Military in altering Academy either, U. the S. ported unreported earnings or credited incorrectly to re-I ." -- -

or U. S. Air Force Academy account and having a blank
should contact him by December your wage record which at the Sell It Rent It Trade It

15.On least will mean lower payments to
January 17, the Civil
Service .
or family."Attention
you your
Commission will conduct a compet-. to these little things VIHI A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Subdivision To StarkeShowing itive
A New
examination for designationto takes only a short time," Mr. Van I

West Point, Annapolis and the Antwerp said, "Take that time and Low Rates Good Results easy To Place

new Air Force Academy. Mat- be sure to get your full credit"If A WORDS OR LESS ONE
INSERTION _
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600
annually invites all interested
you would like to check on
EACH
rf: young men in his District to vour account you may write to the ADDITIONAL WORD ZeD18COCAT
: t f"f take this OF 15 PER CENT O< TWO OU
k f examination, and he gives Social Security Office, P. O. Box fORE lgF.RTIOMIK !
great weight to the result of the 42, Gainesville. Florida and they ADDmO AL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID If ADVANCE
examination in making his appoint- will send the form.
you necessary
MODEL L 3.BED ROOM H ments. This examination is for MEMORIAMS, CARDS OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS 20c Per UnfCOm"T
1 designation leading to appoint-
ments to the 1955 classes in the Three Local Men ( 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

respective academies, and it will Called For InductionLocal -
H 0 ME. J. be given in Gainesville, Lake City I SEW THIS GREAT AZALEAS DISPLAY OF 60 ACRES improved pasture HO
and Palatka in the 8th District. Board No. 18, Selective an sizes bearing pecan tre .. : dwelling,
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SUNDAY DECEMBER 26 1954 u&a .t\\ The boys who wish to take the Service announces that three 10-Inch Sue $1.50 IXum supply numerous plentiful out building.with auto., water lec.
Also 23r. 5r, ISe. 9I.ML 'IJ>O. S2JMEarh >
T examination can do so at the city men have been called for induction and tpBRVEI1KRH pumps., J25.009. Write C. Letsch,
R. 2
Box 61, Starke (
AND .. '. '. closest to their home. Young men on Jan. 3. They are: AZALG4G4RDE.V Bradford tfchg Co.>
..
r .;,... w .-..........."." .' in the service, at military schoolor Jimmie Griffis, Rt. 3, Box 554, Pauline Karl A MKSERY(.IU..
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 2, 1955 -, : college will be allowed to takeit I Jacksonville; P. O. Boa: ION EarietoB Fla. LET HAXDLR I, D. DOOM.YOCR JB .
tf
H wherever they are. Charles Patrick Sapp, 916 Tal- CATTLE AND HOGS
...#..... .. ....,. .< SALES _
1 P.M. 'Till 5 P.M. < ... ':" : -- '! ; The young men who have already bot Ave., Jacksonville; RADIOS REPAIRED UT* Oak Earh Wed.eedar
applied to Matthews for permis Albert Henry Stefanelli, Starke All Make All ModeUHeacraablc Galse.vllle Each Friday
sion to take the examination need Five men have been called for rharg-ra. turuteedCHAS. tf
C. SHEPHERD
not take any action at this time, armed forces physical examina re* W. Call 8t. Btarke Ph. S3* FOR SALE-SO acre farm with mod.
as they will receive full instructionslater tion on Jan. 5. ern bouse. 1 mile North of Law-
HOUSE FURNISHINGS BY DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYIF tey on U. S. 301, within mile of
from the Congressman. Another Y Electric Motors Humphrey. New Highland Plant
interested See owner W. R Strickland tfchg
young men should I

write immediately to Hon. D. R. TORNADOER BINDERS, REWOUND AND FOR RENT-Three rooms nicely
(Billy) Matthews, Member of Con 91.50. Just the thing for keeping Therm furnished heater.electric kitchen, Duo-
This Subdivision Is Being SER1CEDSmall Middle age lady
YOU ARE INTERESTED gress, Washington 25, D. C., and yeur books and other school supplies or couple only. Also Apt. No. 1,
indicate their interest in the three rooms nicely furnished,
DEVELOPED BY service securely. Bradford County Appliance Repair space heater electric kitchen.
academies. Telegraph. Adults only. Mr.
L. M.
m I General Machine WorkS Take left road at Call St. bridge'Clark

1 W. C. DEMETREE I Big Dad Celebrates Christmas I Box It Road.Is*'c-now 1 mile being to my paved.sign.Bessent Rt I,

HOUSING AND A ,, All Work Guaranteed tfchg

Outstanding Florida Builder and De a Reasonable Rates AVON REPRESENTATIVE For
:i I : Specials see Mrs. C. M. Kntn. P.
I veloper. Under the Direct Supervision : O. Box 148. Starke. Fla. 4tp 12/24
PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY :' __ '
RED SEAL
of II I II LARGE HOME CHEAP FOR SALE

YOU ARE ELECTRIC & MACHINE
NICE SEVEN! ROOM
HOUSE ON
BEN F. HALL SHOPF. LOT NEARLY ACRE ON CHERRY -
INVITED TO ATTEND THIS I STREET IN HEART OF
TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE
I W. GRAUDON CHEAP BY OWNER. APPLY AT
!
SHOWING Well Known Local Builder and \ii' GUMBER"S GULF STATION,
\ Owner, Manager10611'ashington NORTH OF STARKE. HIGHWAY
Contractor 1 I i 301. JAX HIGHWAY. tfch*
lillI' f'f St-Phone 397
: r 1 Starke Fla
I IL 2 PAID ON
% SAVINGS
I'I,' a KEYSTONE -
STATE BANK KEYSTONE
:
HII' FOR SALE-New 8 18 x 1C Con HEIGHTS, FLA., l1EHBER -
lc- 2d .tE'1 crete block, 18c. Cement JL40 per FDIC. I.
II
4:-1 1i3; 4 Y bag. Mortar Mix J1.25 per bag.
I Bradford Enginering Co., phone FOR SALE-Do 1
yon want darl-
11' For Complete Information Contact Sales Representative At The Showing !!I :'tJI 4s. 84 Starke. tf She'g ing pony Just wonderful and saddle and for my will $250 soon t

i FOR RE Unfurnished house. Inquire foal by a registered
Shetland.
rm
I (.
at feua Station. tf going away and can't take her
.
r r'l'l I FOR Chest S.-\LF.r-l draw:r Murphy, dresser.folding GE bed.refrigerator I with Raiford me.Rd.Mabel SUrke.Boyer, IU.itchg 1C ;

Snack Bar, 323 FOR SALE-Regl.tered t
A. Jo Thomas RealtorPhone : j Temple Ave. Reasonably priced. J.Angus B. White Bull I

I :.."J.I WANTED TO BUY-Small or large Highway IS, Starke. 2tp 12jjSALE I
tracts of Umber or timber land. .
I D. S. Siceloff, president of Big Dad Manufacturing Co., poses Francis H. Clifton. Phone 1320 FOR -Jt foot' House Trailer,
i, with 15 Starke employees who have been with the company since It 1403 North Blvd., Deland.4tp Fla.1/14 White tally turnUn Atlantic. Service Bobby Station.Carl ,.

started here. They are (1 to r, standing) Wflla May Judd, Mildred I Starke. 2tp 12/J1 :
FOR SALE-Se".ral brand new Mil
204 Temple Avenue Starke Fla. Griffis Clyde Toralinson Vera Strobo, Bertha Beck, and Era Geiger, model. 7H' en. ft electric refri- FOR RENT Nicely furnished four-
214 (not shown Is Dorothy Geiger.) Kneeling (1 to r) are: Delores Con- gerators at bargain prices, with room house. Gas stove circulatd I
&-yur warranty. Also I use ing heater. Lights furnished.
ner, Vernestine Kelly, Ruby Harris, Marie Banks, SIC(loff, Leona I refrigerators and one goo d Large yard. $35 per month. ;
-i.; =-_- : Dukes, Ester Starling, Lela Griffis, and Xeta Hicks. gas Garage range See them at SmIth'Itehg Stars and Stripes, Kingsley ItCDgon Lake. I




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STABKE. FIXMCIDA FKIDAY. DECEMBER, 1954ishing
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Norman Rockwell Paints Santa Claus ,

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Checking on good boys and girls. Feeding his reindeer before starting

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6 STOCKBRIDCE. Mass.-Santa Cards that shows Santa checkingon ing out in winter clothes fir a I -
Claus and a host of his Yuletide the boys and girls, feeding his Christmas card painting in Juneor
helpers are year-round residentsof reindeer, distributing presentsand July," the soft-spoken Rock..
this little town and others in recuperating on his returnto well said, looking out over the
the Berkshire Mountains. The the North Pole. village. Charles A. DarbyClerk
postman the carpenter, the school ; The town of For 43 of his 60 years, Rock
teacher and dozens of children Stockbridge is well has been a professional il of Circuit Court
over New England are honorary Justifiablyproud lustrator. He said he painted his
Bradford
citizens of the magical world of of the first Christmas illustration 40 County
Thinking Christmas. All have seen them 1 slim eix-foot- years ago-drawing a top-hatted
selves transformed Into carolers, er whosepaintings gentleman of the World War I
wi 01 You dancers, elves and even jolly St. al era in the act of trying on a ,
Nick himself. bring so much Santa Claus beard Since then he
1 The man who has put this Joy to the na- has interpreted the Christmasscene OI I!
magic touch on the citizens is its Norman tion. Those in more than 100 paintingsand
noted illustrator Norman Rockwell Rockwell who have pos- drawings for publication.
whose paintings of Santa ed for him Rockwell is a pleasing comb!
i Claus and Christmas festivitiesi have little difficulty in recognizing nation of sentimentalist and I
e i have delighted two generationsof themselves in Rockwell's realist who, according to his own I
omplimenteIt's youngsters and oldsters. For heart-warming paintings. They admission, loves Christmas and j F
nearly a dozen years now, Rock- respond gladly to his call for enjoys it as few*persons are capable I -
well's paintings have been best- medels.I of doing. And few, accord !
/, sellers as Christmas cards. His I "My friends and neighbors ing to his fans have contributed r .
1954 contribution to the season : seem to enjoy taking part in my more to making it a merry sea
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER Z4, 1954
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hope you will enjoy every .kGrandma : {' ', Earl's Garage
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Mosei, most popular I
Christmas card ftrtlit, put finIshlnj -
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her Eagle Bridge N.Y. ttudlo. I I II
At right Is "But) Day" one of I l I II
four new Mow palntlnp re- I

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Starke, Florida "She has unerring taste for cub
Grandma Moses at 94 Is ,jects and "scenes that appeal to
every age
A Christmas Tradition Grandma painted four new I r i I i
canvases for Christmas cards this; II!
I year. They're panoramic scenes, I I
EAGLE BRIDGE. N.Y.-Thls artist. She was 78 before she of the countryside In upper New;
/ York state, a land she has known, +! .
And 1
\ Grandma's town. It'a really started painting seriously.
11"C Its I and loved moat of her life. Some 4j.Sto1iv ,
Q 'not a town. It', little more than now at the age of 94, Grandma l I
I show the chores and activities of
VW0 ''a collection of farms. But grandma Moses is a Christmas tradition. 1 1I
farm life. Others feature popular !
has given it fame. No other artist's work has I
rural customs. n'
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> Here In the rolling hills of the Christmas time as hers. For Grandma Is a poetess, as well' ahare{ fo
Taconlo range 200 miles from some eight years Hallmark Cards as an artist. She recently wrote: corns }you!
New York City lives Grandma has published Grandma's worksas "Oh what Joy and pleasure ad I
t Moses. Her full name Is Anna Christmas cards and each we get together, to go for the
In this simple, and time-worn af ftiteCtefmas
Mary Robertson Moses but most year their popularity is greater Christmas tree; what aircastlea (
phrase we include our genuine folks call her Grandma. Some than before."There we build as we slide down the
thanb cay she's the best-known grand- seems to be complete hill; who can rebuild wkat w.. Lawson's Market
whom '
to hare
you we and in the
mother
painter I
understanding between Grandma see on that Christmas tree'Few
bad tho pleasure] of serving in ,world. Moses and Christmas-similar to but Grandma Moses have Starke, Fla. HUB
tie past. \\ f Grandma Moses Is a little old that enjoyed by Charles Dicklns been able to rebuild, with such
lady who sprang from obscurityto and by Washington Irving" a purity and beauty what they
all ita Thin
fame as a-great "primitive". friend and neighbor said recently. saw on the Christmas tree.I I; precious O

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Christmas**. Ma/you have a QTA
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December 27-January 2DR. R. A. FORREST, DR. JULIAN BANDY, Toccoa Falls Bible Institute, I
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Keystone Heights Fla. Keystone Heights, Fla.

K January 11-17___:_-_______REV. JOSEPH M. STOWELL, Pastor First Baptist Church, Hackensack, 1',1
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g As the Christmas Bells ring out to herald the approach ; January Illinois MALCOLM R. CRONK Pastor Wheaton Bible Church Wheaton 11, I
Season, it is indeed gratifying to '
-..: of another Yuletide
tc see that our faith in the fast-growing area of Keystone January 30-February 4_____SUDAN INTERIOR MISSION, featuring Rev. J. B. Williams, Dr. Lee ; I
n Heights has been so well justified. Although established Roberson, Harold Hide I! I I
the grttuth of our banking in
three ago .
't. dilution less than has been years more than gratifying and reflects then j February 6-11.__________.REV.Birmingham CHARLES, Alabama SEID NSPINNER, Pres. Southeastern Bible College, I I' I

S_ substantial growth of this entire area. I'

February 13.18MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE, featuring Rev. Sidney Cor, Bernard E. ., I
We Wish To Extend Our Sincere Good Wishes To Aldridge .ft I
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Our Many Friends February COMMITTEE Southeastern Regional ,II I
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f For A Merry Christmas And A Prosperous New Year J February 21-25-________ASSOCIATION OF BIBLE CONFERENCES and CAMPS-Fifth Annual I I 1,1
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February 27-March 4 LATIN AMERICAN MISSION featuring Dr. Paul Van Gorder, Ponzi << I
Join Our Christmas Savings Club Now For Next Christmas Pennington Song Leader-Soloist, Rev. H. L. Fenton, Jr., Home d
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1954Faulkner's


ity. la a brief span* of 26 Hints To Housewives I
YULE CARD CUSTOM yean Louis Prang started .'

trend which continues: today fa CIIRISnLS'EGETABLES
Jt noel '
C/I.-:I'I. J\! II STARTED IN 1840'S Christmas reproducing greetings.art masterpieces u, Dress up your vegetables! for amore i I ( .
colorful '
nutritious satisfy- :
For example, famous canvases
. The Christmas card Idea you had Immigrated to Boston began of the Madonna and Child by ing Consider Christmas: dinner. I : ) ..# We're sending you greetings. that I
will carry on this year had its producing Christmas cards that such artists as Murillo and Van sweet potato upside I
\q4p/L6Cij1 origin just over 100 years ago were such masterpieces of reproduction Cleve have been reproduced this down puff for example. It's pretty,' never grow old. Here's to a bright
In Victorian London. There, a that experts marvel year by Hallmark Cards. Fin and good, and sweet potatoes are I Christmas. "
I middle-class Englishman named even now at their color and qual- I contemporary art Is also widely high in vitamin A. Here's the
1 Henry Cole commissioned used, with work by recipe: I Doyle the Cleaner
THE FIRST CHRISTMAS CARD this
artist John Cal was such painters as Sir Ingredients: 1 1.2 pounds sweet
greeting painted by the English artist, John I Starke Florida
cott Horsley of the Winston Churchill,' potatoes (or 1 1-2 cups cooked and ,
Calcott Horsley, for Henry Cole, in 1846.
Service StationWe Royal Academy to Grandma doses, mashed), 2 eggs, 3 tablespoons but,
will be closed Xmas Day paint an Illustration Streeter Blair, Edmund ter or margarine 1-4 teaspoon salt,j '
for a greeting which I Lewandowsk 1-2 cup milk, 1-4 cup nuts and 21 I
he sent to 1,000 friends. H. M and other Americans tablespoons brown sugar. I I
and
The cards depicted a *Z, '' Europeans. Butter a loaf pan with 2 tablespoons (
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E Victorian family at the # ; Although aChristmas butter. Place nuts over the'
I festive board and the 1 ,, greet bottom of the pan. Sprinkle with'!
traditional Yuletide ings bear little resemblance brown sugar. Boil and mash -
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customs of giving to tatoes. Beat egg yolks. Add to'' et
sent
by Henry Cola la
the poor. They also bore rw'_ 1846 one element has potatoes. Blend 1 tablespoon soft :
CHRISTMAS the now-classic greetIng ?t 9 srrw remained almost tin- butter salt and milk with the potatoes -;
: -A Merry Christmas changed. Hardly and egg milk. Beat egg !I
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and a Happy New :, ie whites and fold
I fails to repeat his message into the potato ]
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May vrc be truly thankful Year to You. ?1 Y t"e.,4_ z, : "A Merry Christ- mixture. Cover nuts with the po- 1
By the 1870's a German tato mixture. I
mas and a Happy New
for a land which allowsour / lithographer who Year to You. ..,- Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit I
for 45 minutes. Turn upside down I E
hearts to be on platter. Let stand 5 minutes
RURAL COMMONSENSE before removing pan.
warm and happy it Christnw Be sure to include turnip greensin

your holiday menu for they are

R. B. Alvarez & Son Transfer & StoragePhone CHRISTMAS INSPIRES I so Vitamin good for C. Cook calcium in,a Vitamin small amountof A and
AND REASSURES THAT
water until tender.A .
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and
I garden relish adds flavor
Starke, Florida Christmas is not only an inspira- P color to the greens. To make it,
tion but a reassurance that faith chop any combination of fresh 1
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still exist in such ,
and hope and charity \ .. -.; vegetables as green pepper
the world and that will celery tomato, carrots onion. Pour
they continue ,
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to exist. V e over them a half and half mixtureof

On farms, in cities, throughout ; vinegar and water (water sea-
America and all other Christian GREETING' YOU AT CHRISTMAS soned with salt and white pepper).
1I Let stand a while. Garnish with
Christmas is manifestation -
countries a \
St by men of their admiration I WITH BEST WISHES FOR_YOUR_ HAPPINESS I : slices of lemon or lime before .

& and support of the great ideals I i+I spooning over your turnip greens.sFdR .
that Christ brought to the world.
GUIDON GRILLGEO.
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On the greatest of all anniversaries I '

V birth of-the the Prince anniversary of Peace-hun-of the KOPELOUSOSCHRISTMAS j I fjere 10 no Time qmfe I

dreds of millions of people come J
nearer to actually living the kind -
at life that He exemplified on I like
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Even though many tend to allow Q D Qratas fbrremetnfcermjjfrienisljips
much of the Christmas spirit to f
fade into the background after the

observance, most folks, nevertheless -I I
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VERY HAPPY
get lasting inspiration from i A ),
Christmas to try to live the good I r
life. Viewed in its proper light, I HOL10AY | and lfere) are no tmsljes like
the celebration of Christmas will rt

1 men always to be be thus-an kindly and inspiration charitableand to / Sweet time of security, I SEASON r!, f ifje orb{ itiei auk true dues

helpful to each other.

..-IJ..6:' .J!W' When folks attend religious may it remain I II
services and hear the solemn but I
joyful story of the birth of Christ, : I
when they wish each other happi with you throughoutthe V1ftJ q
] istma
The Fanners Supply ness, when they present gifts to \-

each other as tokens of good will,
when strive days to come .
and they more earn- .
A. R. Johnson, Owner estly than at any other time to 4Leila's

help the unfortunate, they not only
Starke, Florida are recognizing God's greatest and
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most wonderful gift to mankind, New Method Cleaners .
but they are expressing the durability .
) and permanence of Christian Gift Shop
Starke, Florida i Starke, Florida
ideals.
Starke, Fla.
In this time when the world is J
fearful' of newly developed destructive -
forces and evil communism\j -
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threatens the Christian life and
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peace and good will Christmas isI
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more than ever a welcome and inspiring -
season. Its joy will calm
the troubled fears of so many, and

.. its hope and inspiration will imp* TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
men to strive with renewed spirit I
for peace on earth, good will w 1w I

among men.

So in this Christmas season :
midst the shouts of joy and goodwill
The good will and I I
it should ts the hope of allI : season's
patronage of our many 1 the world that men will harken t i
unto the simple but eloquent wordsof I ii
friends are worthy in. 1 I I t Lh i i
I Him whose birth it commeworI
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deed of our s1nctrtst eS ates. "Be ye kindly, one to

. ( best "Ishes for a Merry / ) another." I I

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C'STF.R F"f'TITIO i 4BE
Notice l" hereby given that the
\ undersigned, under the provi'ton of
rhap! r 20.953 Laws of Florida
Arts of 1S41. will register with the
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e for Bradford County State of Ploridv I
upon receipt of proof of publication f
of this notice five flctltlou
name of United Plastic under whichwe ,
are engaged In business at 30
Temple Ave., StarKe, Fla. That the a
Hardy Brothers Motor CompanyStarke are parties: Interested in said business

Jos. II. Arnold Box 9S3 Starke.
Fla C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
Florida Fla Maryon R Arnold, Box 9SJ, Starke

; Dated this 3rd day of December
A.D. 1954. at Starke, Bradford
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all the appreciation we can think of

I XVe Save enjoyed serving you -

during! 1953 and look forward !u.tha we wish each of you a

; 1 ? opportunity of providing you I .
again with the best in service, Merry and Joyous Christmas

)courtesy and high-quality Sinclair

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