Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ubished| 1877 "- ; we should quietly hear both tides. Goethe E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner



isby Cemetery PUMP CEMETERY STOLENSomeone ''J 17 Cash Prizes I These Have Played Last Game For B.H.S. Ex-Owners Given ';

evidently trying
Itece Work OfferedIn 2
qualify for tie much ,
title of "world's meanest I DKMPSEY SAPP C.\KL KltWARDS: ,

stole the water pump and I Has played a real bang-up Has seen quite a bit t of

Under %Way section of pipe from { ) Tree ContestEntries game this season at guard action this. year 811 tackle. On Murphy LandInternal

Luke Cemetery \\' e d n ", j where he proved as hard to A.a Ills dependable performance

Righ tofway Cleared; night \ slinlllar pump Must! Be PlacedIn I get round ns the New River + will be greatly missed by the Improvement

stolen from the name i swamp, near his homo place. I Tornadoes of 1940. The

fetal Posts Set three or four months ago. Yard or Open Porch; i I This was his first and last tough" expression Is partof Hoard Discloses Procedure ,

In Cement This Week Bad enough at any time, Minimum Height 4 Feet I season of high school football a tackler's dutyit is to To He Followed '

theft took on an added He is the son of Mr [ Frighten the opposition Carl '

)proposed fencing and clean- : of meanness this week since Cash prizes totaling $20 will be and Mrs E A. Sapp of Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.E Trustees of the Internal Im

L/Crosby Lake Cemetery took delayed ,slightly the work offered in the annual outdoor:, New : A Edwards of Lawtey. provement Fund this. week an-
steps toward reality Christmas tree contest by four I 'nounced the L
great procedure
i la progress on the new ( I that will
ten days with the re- cooperating organizations: The be followed in selling lands
,past tery fence, Metal post that
of the old fence, clearing City Council of Starke, the City reverted tu the state under
now li o I n g net In (' (' provisions
[ | ten-foot right-of-way and Bond Trustees, the Rotary Club of the Murphy Act.
x buses, nnd water Is '(' ''' Orig 4
break around the fence line, for mlxlnjj the cement and the Woman's Club. t Inn 1 owners and lien| holders wilt .

Die setting of the fence posts I! A new pump has IKH'II "A large number of small River.'p j v' $ P be given first consideration n, the

Committee expects the fence chased by the Cemetery .'' prizes are being offered this yearIn sale of these tax delinquent land

M completed within anotherand ing Committee, and Carl order to stimulate interest and at auction by being allowed 'to ,.

(, then the Cemetery will chairman, li a announced encourage more people to decorate 1 make "double-bdrreled" bids. \

cleaned It is hoped that all standing award of $13 for trees," It was stated. First prize t This means that in addition to

work can be completed by will be $2.50, second $2, and the If
thli! formation lending to the prize ; figure they offer for the property .

jiitmas: rant and conviction of ) third prize $1.50. In addition to they will be allowed to make f. \

!The first actual work on thesect I moving a pump 0 r )' this, fourteen $1 prizes will be another offer stating their willingness r.

after funds were raised cite of value from, the (' awarded. to pay an amount equalto :

the materials) purchased tery.MAYOR'S. The contest is open to anyone M the highest bid received from ,.

[.j (he removal, of ,the old fenced I living in Starke or within the immediate an outsider .

d clearing of the ten-foot environs of the city In I i Comptroller J M. Lee opposed '..
around the Ceme- order to be eligible trees must be I ., > '; the j
t-of-way | KALl'Il RIIODKS plan, and mild It would de- ,

'| fence line. Walter Under- I II placed In the yard or on open Has been the main offensive i""I\\' I ntioy competitive bidding provided .:t i

1 made the lowest bid for do- 1 PROCLAMATION porches and must be at least four threat of the Tornadoes this Ben by the law because others '

this work, and agreed to take feet In height. Contestants are son, and has also seen action asa would not be encouraged to bid g
payment the old fence and $5.TUi I Describing Russia's urged to fix their trees as soon with the knowledge that the
defensive player Ralph punts
Finland as "one of the
week the 269 metal fence : as possible so that they will and runs with amazing skill for a original owners or lien holder
heinous crimes '
were set in holes 12 feet ever brighten up the town during the high school player and his abilities could get the property by offer-
I Mayor W. E Middleton \\t
Each post except the extra I| designated Sunday, December holiday season have placed him well up In Ing to match the highest bid "

sag corner posts was set In a I --.----- the limelight of every game HeIn t Governor Cone and others said
I j as a day of prayer for 1
xk! of solid concrete two feet the non of Mr and Mrs. D. A low offers could be rejected. ;
and the Finnish people I
'If by 6 inches in diameter. The The Mayo r's City To BanFireworks Mnntelth of Stark. Officials etttlmaled the title reversion l

mer posts were set in blocks of stated: L clause dumped 250,000:

ate two and one-half feet I "Russia's invasion of pieces. of landacreage hasn'tbeen
by 12 Inches in diameter.
figured--Into Stale ownership -
Is one of the most heinous
work;; was done by Vasco ever perpetrated. I feel ,' beaus delinquent tuxes were I', ti
itchell. colored, who agreed to not redeemed In the two-year period
the United States were it ; tfr
For unknown
the post setting for only 8m some reason allowed ,
i enough to Finland that It '\. AA by the Murphy law il i
each with the committee has become traditional among I ar of 1037
please our Almighty God
iralihlng all materials in the South to shoot ,
Improvement fund trustee.
to take a hand and almost ,

The Committee Wednesday bad nihilate the Russian army, but firecrackers during the Christmas tY' agreed they would not approve _.,
it awarded contracts yet for the are not. Jftwt when I think of holidays 'but this Yuletide In rta 7 sales at prices below market d'':

.ttchment of wire to posts, and children in the fiery Starke will be quieter than those t5 value of surrounding properties. '

ill will probably be done next Daniel in the lion's den and of the past few years-that Is, if w ? 1 l lt v,. : They said this policy would pre .

'tek, Chairman Carl Johns said. In the belly 'Of the whale I the efforts of the City police department ra vent depressing' values by dumpIng -

inputs must not be put to any the fact that we still have have the desired effect.: / 4a Murphy Act lands on the
into for about week it I W. E. Middleton 'R'ta / il} I market
a as same Almighty God as we Mayor yesterday 1 ( ,

wept length of time for the then. It is my. wish ", ha/ issued a warning against ftrt ; Circuit court clerk will serve '

ement to solidify pro erlY.' The I Chrlstlan.'Vof, 'jLhe 'coJn: fng "the offer, /crackers pn Vnarh .' an agents in receiving bids, but '..

w* will be four !'feet high I II make next' Sunday streets here, and, cited, a city ordinance i ; sales cannot be made without ap

I bm completed, and' will have a a day of prayer for Finland which bans the use Of any ., ... ..' '.< "" '.' ... ,., t- proval. Advertisements of

rand of barbed wire along the the Finnish noisy fireworks at all within the sales will be published In news
people. ._ ._ ._ I
tram under the regular wire I limits of town. In recent years, HUGH INGUAM >h. KVKKKTT McKINNKV papers.

wing, and one 'strand on top I however city officials have len- At halfback proved to be a very JAMES JOHNS At fullback ho was the heaviestman "
I "If
we don't good offers
Whooping' Cough Mr.'J dependable and runner in the biickfleld and was l
the allowed the townspeople, passer
jtove regular fence. The bot- I iently At halfback he did yeoman Her said Governor Cone, "we can Just
!w itrand two I. particularly children, to light'crackers j His brilliant pass In the last minute responsible. for most of the line "
serves purposes: Lendon Wortham Alvarez, : vice In assisting Rhodes with the hold the land until prices go up. ':
of the Palatka made driving Starring In the Homecoming
keeps the main' game
hogs and other animals except on
day-old infant son of Mr. end running, also blocked well. The prices are increasing now,
rom streets. I' him the hero of the day, and he game here with Wllllston
rooting under the and
! fence, Mrs William R. Alvarez of and was a good defense man, and we don't have to pay any
has seen all-around duty de- he scored 27 points and paved
ji I allows the regular fence to be died Wednesday, But this year, the mayor said He Is the son of Mr and Mrs L. taxes on this land." ,
city fense offense and the for two other
and ,
blocking way
laced above contact with the attack of certain large, highly explosive! D. Johns of Starke. 'A' -, --
16" a 5-day
He Is the of Mrs. Three of his runs ranged between
tund which would make It rust pyrotechnics are being sold, and i iI son
Funeral services !
ill weaken 'f Injr. 'cough I '| H. B Ingram of Starke. 30 and 48 yards, He Is sonI All-Star Game :
sooner. The one hot- ,: his warning was aimed at users of I s
''held at the gi'ave-alde .?..' U...., and bfrs, .A., .I..'. M..I'lnn..v I .. ,
''III rand of r' "'''''-" --- --- ------- I
barbed wire be No I
can December 7, in Sapp these fireworks. explosivesare
of Starke.
etlaced) much cheaper than the :' Raiford with Rev. M. Morgan to be fired on the main I.! Mrs. Wainwright I II I

icing wire. The top strand I ficiating. The child Is streets or thrown at the feet of I On Christmas Day ;

*keep animals from Jumping I I' by his parents and by a pedestrians, asserted Dr. Middle:,i Funeral Monday PLAN BANQUETFOR I I

P net persons from' climbing. the i brother. William R Alvarez. ton. I County-Wide Team ITo

I !I Mrs. Maggie Wainwright 69, TORNADOES j
Will Williston
/ the metal posts set in con- : for many years a resident of Play

rdeand the precautions taken In'' Construction Way I Bradford County, died early Sunday The Bradford High Tornadoes I i Here Christmas Day ,

etching the wire, the fence la' morning In a Jacksonville will bo honored guests at a testimonial ,

Wed to last Indefinitely. Guard Camp I hospital after a brief Illness. I Sslw dinner to be given here Adding to the excitement' of
At New
The four'rolls of barbed wire I Funeral, services were held at i Friday night: December 22, It wasof I Christmas Day here, this year ;,
,a 1 t, d b s.n..n.. .. will h* n major football game twtween ..
the 169 fence needed in''sa announcer" yr's er ay y a g '
posts the In Connor Cemetery!
half I grave x. local football enthusiasts. An ; then-Bradford; l County:: ; All l
. -mile long fence cost;, near Hellbronn Springs Monday
Star team and l the Wllllnton town
3950, while the wire cost J76.- afternoon at 3:30: o'clock with the organization of Tornado supporters "
' Transportation charges, cost 1! a Rev. C A Crosby officiating. Interment oy\ will be! effected and I It in team. The battle will be fought

clearing the right-of-way, cost I followed Immediately : '-,'t'l planned to make the banquet an on Bradford Park beginning at 2
o'clock Christmas afternoon, and
annual event
Betting the posts (cement, supPa Iand the Kstea-Kraiiss Funeral' : I
the general public Is urged toplltronlr.1'
aDd labor), and the estl- Home of Jacksonville had charge ) General chairman of the event IK I !
t the content Admlxslon
'''ted cost of stretching the wire of arrangements. 4' W J. Jenkins, railway agent at I :
1 will be 25 cents for children, CO
cleaning Hulfor'i und booster of the Hturke
the cemetery after "
six L
Active pallbearers were I cents for adults
t fencing Is completed has the her nephews: Russell Peeples, football team Vice-chairman Is
mmltteeworried i J (i. Godwin, and I others who are The liroflford All Slur team Icomp.d I-
that the $ i
Raymond Hicks, Carl Brown Ot- J" '
80 far I helping to promote the event are: of 11 men who played
may ton Walnwrlght Charley Wainwright -
fall, _.;.. I
Tt of meeting all the i and Crews Wainwright i Ivan Ha/en, financial chairman :i with the Brnllfor,1 High Tornadoes '
r j when In school In the ,
lBy persons having a close in- The deceased had lived at Hell- for Ralford; Elmo Struth, financial I I yester-years ,
eat In the Cemetery have not bronn Springs for L. II. mitl'KH; chairman Starke; BUI! Hummer and of seven who are Tornadoes. ','
many years I
Trtbuted as yet to the project. and was the wife of the late G Besides being the Tornadoe's ucc 'I financial chairman Lawley; W. I', I I thin year

e committee hopes to be able W WainwrIght blocker, is an alert defensive man Smith, chairman of solicitation; j i The "boys from the past' are

Collect' enough funds to build a with plenty of spirit and fire. In Charley Johns, chairman of ar- Sydney Khuford. Lawtey. Artford

'tk-ami-cement stile or a gate Survivors are: one brother J spite of a mid-season Injury, he i I I i laogements, : and K. L Matthews | Brown, Sampson City, KeeffeeKartell

?+iIIe far side of the Cemetery. I E. J. Wainwright of Lake Duller; saw service In two-thirds of the chairman of publicity. ], Lawtey, Norman Johns
Mrs. J, L. Brown,
I I the Committee expressed its three sisters games In his position at quarter-1 1 Minimum membership fee In the Brooker, Hill Plummer, Lawtey; !
''Wtlation to Maurice Edwards Today Bradford Countlans ) .M Merrill stated that work on thewarehouses I I Lake Butler; Mrs D. M. Ed- back. lie la the son of Mr. and I I "booster" organization IH a dollar -I Cleon Woolen Law ley, Inman

10 Surveyed the' fence route look at this picture with ;; will probably not get I wards. Centerblll; and Mrs H. C.Peeples. Mrs. A, L. Good i of Stark. I, which also entitles the member Green, Starke, Simeon Phillips, j

'*, this week.Q two years from now they under way until around the first Miami; four stepchildren; to attend next Friday's ban-, Lawtey Lamar Smith, Lawtey "
of the year. He Is shown at I Mrs. Kirby Crews, Starke; J. H. I
the look at It with Incredulity. I George Silcox, Starke; and Hamburger I'
past several days $9 in Starke A. A. Wain- Become NaturalizedWhen quet.
a large Wainwright, ;
above. Inspecting
buttons( received from, here in this small frame center The event will probably be held Smith (water' boy), Law- I
were that had been un- wrlght. Jacksonville; and Wade I
tool box just
following! public spirited cltl- now under construction Is Mr and Mrs. Ja. Lambe Iin the B. H S. cafeteria. tey and i'hllllp Mana sa, i
loaded from the Army truck at Wainwright Jacksonville { '
of what The All Star team members I
<: C A. Gardiner, $1; L. A. humble beginning Mrs. Wainwright "Aunt ,Mag- return from Jacksonville today "We are giving this testimonial !
ova, promised to be, one of the left I dinner to show the Tornadoes who are Tornadoes this year are: I IloonOIlT (
; C. H. Nasworthy, $1; citizens
well-designed The area now being cleared is gie" as she was affectionately they' will be naturalized Rhodes Starke Everett
T A beautiful and. that we appreciate their good! Ralph ; \
Brlnson. $2.ACCEPTED Just beyond the Penney landingon known to her many friends and of the United States for the first I
tional Guard camps in the work during the past season, and McKlnney, Starke; Hugh Ingram. +: V
Kingsley Lake and la adjacentto neighbors, was a greatly loved moved here from Starke Carl Edwards, Lawtey:
States. time since they that we are back of them 100 per- ; I 'j
)OD east the highway and it was stated member of the Hellbronn section. r taln, Dempw I
the Carlton Cha. Hampton -
Actual work on Canada fourteen years ago. The cent," Mr Jenkins said He also ;
of Klngsley Lake began last that the main buildings of the Friends said Aunt Maggie was Lambes are property owners here stated that an Invitation' In being .y Sapp. New' River; and Sam "
will be In this loca-, loved by all who knew her. She I'I'I '
r 'I camp placed Starke.I'oeltions .
BENEFIT'can when convict crew was put and have made worthwhile citizens .i I extended to members of the coach- Simpson !
feet tion. The entire reservation willoccupy I was always a friend to the young
700 the various memberswill
I work clearing an area '' but did not decide' to become Ing staff at the University oft I "
acres ex- and old, always having a kind
around 27,000
of tomatoes, a package of 400 feet as the site for naturalized citizens until Florida. I I play during the game and south almost to Brooklyn'' word for everyone and was willIng ",
tending decided
or any donation in the way that are Immediately hand two years ago.: They received .- --- the starting line-up are not f
><1 will be accepted as ad- ]I'The construction work now Lake. always to lend a helping their final In Jacksonvillethis I '.5A an yet. The team held Its
papers New Man At !'
estimates of the total amountto Ian l those In distress. Her pleas-
of C. after-
first Wednesday
on to the Rita Theatre at progress Is In charge morning. practice

al benefit show to be a'' Merrill who has been with be spent on the camp have I 1 ling personality will be "forever ---,- .-- -- ---- Haul II Mabry, formerly' of1' noon. ,
varied from $500,000 to $750.000.\ missed in this community. .. ,
> for with -- -
y. December 22 according to state military department : A I MIST IIKLI' PAY COST Plant City, is now connected ; '
believed that two-year ---- -- -- -
innouncement yesterday by teen years. When completed, and It is a Ocala, Director William L the local Farm Security Admlnl-1 i, <:,Y\KI OF THANKS i
management structure shown above will period will be necessary to complete Ituilding New Home Wilson of the Florida Sea Island stratlon office In the capacity of I \Wo wish to sincerely thank each I.

::1e food will then be turned as an office building, and next the work. Since the National 1 1I Tlson ,is building a cotton control has announced j I I Assistant SuperVlxor Mr Mabry| and everyone of our many friends
Guards booked to leave Theodore
of construction are held I for their kindness and sympathyto
:o the Rotary Club of Starke the program I takes the position formerly
'I Madison Street farmers will be required to pay a ,
state for their encampment | home on West :
200 f | the the death of
llstribution in baskets to two warehouses 40 x I of for by Joe H Wilkins who is now' us during recent
of the cost poison
of Mrs.Julia
the portion
it la not likely that Just went of '
families Any article of which will be used to store \ next summer I II control distribution head Supervisor in place of Ralph our irfaat: son. Lendon Wortham.
will be boll
!d or package goods will be ials moved here from Camp the new camp will be used for Bryant The home a Cox. ,, Mr. and Mr. William R. Alvarez .
ted J ter now being evacuated. this purpose until 1941. I'I one-story, wood bungalow j during the 1940 senson. 1:



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purnnwi' of elertlng, \ three trustees AMI"'I.OIII"I"FOR nnADFOiin ftltNCKRY.Victoria : COUNTY. I iWft'&f, ,. I ,
Deaths From Preventable Diseases USE PLANTSTO Boys In Marines and fixing the mtllHRC for the ensuing Johnson Held, .'", I I :'' t'..: e
II I two years. For the purposeof Plaintiff containing i "
I IJacksonvllle DECORATEFOR Make ProgressEnlisted holding said election the following -vsChurlen- The aH'.e..ni,, ''nor:.
'Mass Murder' Health Officials under
Called By are named a* managers: John A. Held, the Hlllll McKlnney, Frank Abernathy N. J. Defendant. were In the ,",,,,,' ,s "(Icq,
CHRISTMASFor In the U. S. Marine and Warnlen, Clerk. wit: NOH. m ,, foi
--- Two Florida' tuberculosis. Riley. Griff In, IX THK "In the nam"1,1'No. ','""01 i I ",\ rtf,.
health officials branded as "massmurder" Ingle said 50 counties in the Christmas decorations, Corps on Novmeber 29, Hecrtitarv! J26t 1-5 TO: Charles A. Held, whose residence of 823 wa ,II' ""''V In
Whatley, son of Herbert S. Emily K | 1
In unknown.
don't have 1.'d"
the fact that In the State state public HRHeHse* ''' ,
Florida folks don't have to dependon > h.' No
been KOIlTIX You hereby required to 1110' .
died of and that 350,000 persons ; Whatley of Starke, has :\0'I'ICFOF \"P..H"TIO are appear Robinson. ".11''"< .of ,
last year 12,500 persons holly l>KKIkOenate to the Hill of Complaint filed
diseases" and "at least have to be aided by the State or after transferred to the training centerat ( IIIII No. 103) herein against you on or before redeemed. smti' "I .
preventable communities "because That's the idea one gets Parrish Island, S. C. He will NOTICE IS HEREBY IVKN, Monday the let day of January, A, a, "'r,,1 I,/ ''at..
been their they
3000 could and should have State of Tax D. 1940.It I
talking with Erdman West That U (J. Powell holder daydo"n'"u<1 the,1
remain there at least a month and '"'
I In further ordered that this on
sick. respectively ,
health and preventative are Certificated Numbered "?'
saved *
by proper ffi:1",1
Station botanist :
"I don't want anybody to get Experiment will then be assigned regular dui i lab and 166 Issued August: 2, 1937 order be published" In the Bradford bpr Dated ., day I' IN I
measures about collecting decorative ma- has riled name In my office and County Telegraph u. newspaper A. D. 19:19: or
John p Ingle, Sr., chairman of the Idea our committee Is a bunch and fields. ties at Quantico, Va., or the Sea has made application for tax deed I published In said County of BrAd- (OFFICIAL HE"I '
wild toward terial from the woods School at Portsmouth Va. Fol- to be Issued thereon. ford, once each week for four consecutive Clerk of ,r A J
of Bolsheviks -
health committee County, FlorldJ art.
the state-wide public "Of course," the says "holly has Said vertlflcate. respectively embraces I week
this service he will be as-
medicine Ingle lowing described WITNESS hand and official 11.21
murder specialized my
said It was mass be favorite the following
had asserted. "We are standing been and always will a signed to duty abroad. propertied' In the County of Brad seal this 29 day of November A, IN THKBOBBY "U'V.'I'
just the same as If gangsters Christmas decoration but it's get- ford. State of Florida, to-wlf, D. 1939. F.U-.H'r. rotaT
been permitted to run wild and squarely back of the doctors but Two other Bradford County Certificate No. 166, embraces SKV, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas Tlll.] k'rA'1'FI"hlt'lL: i t'UIe,
ting scarce la protected by law of SK"i & K14 of NWV of RESection '% Clerk Circuit Court 12-1 6t 12-29 I ANIJ FOIL II" FLul
In of
that persons down. we want a little more speed Marines, Jack L. Hodge son I "UUIFtlltb
shoot many and besides, the woods are full of U Township 6 South I'll' ('''''' ''':
Dr A. B, McCreary of Jack- lifting the health level of the other plants that can be used." Mrs. Viola Rowell of Hampton I Range 22 ICant, containing DO Acre ]NO7'ICFOF APPLICATION IN TI..J 1\1 A TTl-JI OF'
said State." and Albert L, Jr., of, more or leas.Certificate. FOR TAX 1)FFCU THE ADOPTION
sonville, state health officer worker Crosby, son No. 166, embrace NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN 0(1'(
Station ORNK
It would not have been quite the I Dr. Leigh F. Robinson, president The Experiment Mr. and Mrs. Albert L Crosby of SWVi of SW>4 & WH of SEVi of That L.. U. Powell holder of Tax NOTI MOVER'
folks to use Ingenuity In Township 6 South, Certificate No. 195 of August 6, TO ;
quick death would of the Florida Medical Association urges Brooker, have completed trainingand HWt4 Section WHOM IT IA Y ,
and their flange 22 JJ.intJ containing 60 1928 No. 196 of August 6, 1928, No. YOU WILL f I"ON
getting preparing
have been lens cruel." said private physicianswere are now performing regular Aero, more or less. 623 of July 7, 1930 and No. 290 of TICS That on PLEASR, TA
declared that responsible for founding the Christmas decorations. The com- duty in the corps. The assessment of the said prop- August 3, 1931, has. filed said certificated day of Decemb, a'UI'day' ,
Dr. McCreary A ,
No. 165 In office and made D
mon single-flowered hawthornemay erty under said certificates my application 10:00 o'clock In .
138,000 persona In Florida have public health service in the State Private Hodge Is receiving training and 166 wall In the name of J. A. for tax deed to Issue noon thereafte, ,n",. loran
have malaria, In 1S87, and were In sympathywith be converted into a colorfuland Chalkley & Bro. thereon In accordance with law. be heard, the the a
hookworm 102,000 for service aboard at the nnderelgm'
Christmas decora- ship Unless Raid Certificates shall be Said certificate embraces the following HoHcoe ;
tempting "
and other thousands syphilis and the work. Sea School, while Private Crosby redeemed according to law the described property situate Margaret Fprgu"r,, .1hd,. w,
tion, especially for children by ._ properties described therein will beHold In Bradford County Florida, to- the HonnrDhl_ ., j Will 9
ia a memoer 01: an antialrcraftartillery the highest. bidder at the wit: the Ih Mkln
pushing gum drops onto the many to f Judges of ,
I VANDERBILT organization at Parris Court-house door on the first Mon- I Certificate No. 19S embrace E14 Court at his ,.fIle, abov
HARVEST OVER; thorns on Its branches. day In the Month of January, 1940, of NK'/l of NIC"4 Hec. 20 Tp. 6 S. R. HOUHB In the T. ',, 'ih I
I Hy Miss Velma Norman Island. which In the &..t", day of January 22 E. containing 20 Acres, more or Ida a petltln,"," )f Star
A bit of metallic paint
dye or
NOW'S THE TIME 1940. lefin.: Order authorising praying
I applied properly and effectively NO'I'IC.J OP KI.KCTIO I Dated this 27th. day of November Certificate No. 196 embraces Bobby Oene Muv,'be ode"
JOBS Miss Ruth Alvarez of Gainesville By the power vented In It the A. D. 1939. i NW% of NWVi Ex. 1 lot In NW Vernon Roscoe P by
FOR ODD will make attractive and colorful Hoard of I'ubllc Inxtructlon of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas i Cor. Sec. 21 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 10.. containing Edith Margar," rllu'Oh'
I Is visiting her mother, Mrs. decorations out of pine cones,, Bradford County, Florida. hereby C'lerk of Circuit Court, Bradford I 40 Acres, more or lens. further petition" .rllu,,,
Gainesville Now Is the time Sarah Alvarez of this section. culls an election to be held on Tuesday County, Florida. 12-1 St 12-29 ; Certificate No 623 embraces NW4 change the name ,the C.,
to pine needles, sea oats and the January II, 1940 at Riley Was.dents of Slay' Hec. 8 Tp. 7 8. It. 22 E.. Moyer to nobbl! r 2oL.
farmer Mrs. Ellen Barber' and children
for the Florida general leaves and fruits of many other filling: nation at Oraham In *OTICK TO DIF1411UA'.TIv : : containing 40 Acre, more or less, Vernoi. inn' Fer
odd jobs that need to be doneon I Bobble and Jerry, of Vanderbilt Mpeclal Tax School District No. 11, THK CIHCl'IT COUHT OF TIfKKimiTH : and I Edith Roscoe
do plants. Bradford County Florida, for the Jl'OlflAI. CIRCUIT IV Certificate No. 290 embraces All 11-24 ct 12.16 Margaret, F
his place, says J. Lee spent the week-end with friends
district agent with the State Agri- and relatives In Jacksonville. Mistletoe an old, old favoritefor
Christmas decorating is a first ffifflgtfflgtgtgegtgtgtgjgtctg
cultural Extension Service. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and I
class pest in pecans and other
Harvesting is over and cultiva- little son, Marion of Worthington trees and most farmers will

tion is at a minimum on moat Springs were visiting relatives In readily give permission for Its re
and western this section Friday afternoon
farms in northern
moval Mr. West points out.
Florida at thin time leaving the We are glad to report that little
farmer time to do some hunting Euaton Norman son of Mr. and Then there are rose hips love

odd jobs "But the farmer Mrs. Leroy Norman Is much bet- apples jack-in-the-pulplt green
will anal do well not to concentrate too ter after being confined to bed dragons red bay leaves wild

much on hunting and not enoughon for a week with a cold.H. olive leaves bamboo and moss
the other things that need at- L. Norman and daughters. that will make very attractive and EXTRA NEWS

tention now." Mr. Smith explains. Velma and Gloria, of Vanderbilt appropriate decorations
Here are some of Mr. Smith's I were visiting Mr. and Mrs J. M "Riding or walking along the

suggestions for the short period Rosier and family of Woodlawn roadsides and through the woods I

between harvesting and planting I Sunday morning.A I and fields one may see many
: large number of friends andrelatives evergreen leaves and other plants I
seasons I that be used to decorate and
workstock harness': of Vanderbilt attended may
Look over the funeral of Mrs. Maggie Waln- beautify the home during the

and repair It if necessary.plows and wright of Heilbronn. held at the Christmas season," Mr. West
Clean and repair
them' Conner Cemetery Monday after' says.
and store

other where Implements they be will not be to exposed passers-to noon.Mr., and Mrs. Carl Norman and are"Florida ideal for has decorating many plants, but those that II FOR
weather or eyesores
children of Jacksonville were din- who go in search of them should I
tour of ner guests of Mr and Mrs. F. M. always respect the property rightsof
Make an Inspection
that Norman Thursday. the owner and obtain his per-
fences and repair places Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman en- mission before they do any cut-

need It.Check. tertained their many friends ting," the Experiment Station I

over the farm home and Wednesday night with a cane worker emphasizes.

buildings and make repairs of grinding and candy pulling. +-__ _'_'_._._._._ _.__ _-_ __._ ___._._ _._ _+

roofs and foundations that are Remember church services at PINE LEVELBy

needed. Wateroak this week-end. Mrs. II. M. HcRae>
Plow fire lines around the woodlots .

and other forest lands to pro- BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oliver and

tect them from fire. ny Mrs. L. L. Parker daughter, Betty of Jacksonville
Cut saw palmetto and other un- -- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. DID YOUIKNOW THAT YOU CAN STRETC

Ho.imhin growth In preparationfor l\UNreUaneOUB Shower L. Underhill Sunday.
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pasture plantings. Mrs. Vera Gainey Collins of I I J, L. Underhill and H. H. Lewis

Planting; oats for pasture and Jacksonville was entertained with visited the bedside of H. A. 1

feed Is also a good idea. Hastings a miscellaneous\ shower here Fri- Hutchenson Friday. YOUR DOLLAR IF YOU BUY ATALEXANDER
H. M. McRae made a business
100 Bushel. Norte, and some other day afternoon at the home of her
varieties will produce a crop of] mother, Mrs. H. P. Galney. trip to Gainesville Monday. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall were
grain In spite of rust, but are I I The living room was decorated
later maturing than Texas RustProof I, with Fall flowers and small I visiting relatives in Jacksonville
or Fulghum which are.sub- Christmas tree. : Saturday and were accompaniedhome

ject to rust and may be Injured A program, of games and contests by Mr. Hall's mother Mrs.

by Spring drought. Applicationof wall enjoyed and attractive J. H. Hall.
Mrs. T. B. and ,
300 to 400 pounds of a complete awards were presented to Mrs. H. Hodges son.
Frank and Owen McRae visited ,
fertilizer per acre before L. Moody and Mrs. G. E. Mc- ,
the State Farm Sunday. I
planting and about 20 pounds of Gauley.
Miss Carrie Alvarez of Ormon
quickly available nitrogen In mid- Later refreshments were served
Beach Is expected home next week
February will usually result in a by the hostess
for the .
good crop of grain. Mrs. Collins received many use- Holidays.Mrs.

Io now the things that need to ful presents her thanks.for which she expressed Beulah. Kelly Evelyn of Rising Crosby sepnt and Sun-Mrs. E

be done and for which there will and Britton
day with Mr. Mrs.
Mrs. G. B. Colson Miss Lubedla CO.
be little time later Alvarez.

Johnnie Pinholster Douglas and Mr.were and Christmas Mrs Leslie Fountain and Herbert .

Potato Alvarez of Farms
Acreage Penney spent
shopping in Gainesville Monday.
Expected To Go Up Parker Mattox nephew of Mr. Saturday night here
and Mrs. L A. Crosby and childrenof "
G. E McCauley was
Gainesville Acreage planted to visiting here Friday. Rising were visiting her parents I STARKE FLORIDA

potatoes In 1040 may be expectedto V. V. Hazen made a business Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- ,
increase 3 to 10 percent if Rae. Saturday.
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. +-----. .. .
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growers respond as they have In and M.... H. P. Galney were Mr. and Mrs. William Mona and "- - -.
the past to prices received the visiting in Tampa Sunday.Mrs. little son, James and Mr., and

previous year says W. T. Net- R. T, Hargraves and son, Mrs Buddy Harris all of Starke
tles, district agent with the State John are spending a few days in spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Extension Service In reviewingthe St. Petersburg.Mrs. : B. J. Starling.
potato outlook for 1940 Issued Rosa Plnholnter has Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill! I

this week by the Federal Bureauof the home of Mr and Mrs bought L. A. and W. C. Oliver attended the You Can Play Santa Claus On The
Agricultural Economics. Mott. She Is having quite a bit ; birthday dinner at the home of Money
Such an Increase would result of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez recently -
repair work done and we wish
In the planting of about 3,175.- I They also visited Mr. and
her much happiness In her newhome. I
000 acred. A yield equal to the I ,, Mrs. W. R. Halslop. You
average of the last three seasons Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and Mrs. T. N Norman and child- g Save Buying Your Shoes Dry Goods

((121 bushels) would produce 0.1 son. Gene of Ralford and Mr. and I ren of Gum Branch were visitorsat ,

crop of 384 million bushels. Potato Mrs. Artford Brown of Sampson H. M. McRae's recently.We ,
yields have tended upward ," I are sorry to report the illness -
City were dinner guests of Mr.
since 1900 and Mrs. L A. Brown Sunday.IIEILIIRONN of little Betty Jo Denmarkand Clothing And
Growers In the early States, I. wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. i Everything That Women Men

which include Florida, receive! relatively I II and Mrs. William Moss ,

low prices in 1937 and I| By Mrs. I. Gankln have returned to their home near
1938. although 1939 prices were Starke after spending several days

more favorable, says Nettles.!! By A large crowd-from here attended -I with Mr. and Mrs.. B. J. Starling. And Children Wear At ALEXANDER & Co.

planting time potato prices are. the funeral of Mrs. Flor- i

likely to be higher than a year, ence Bloodsworth at the Dyal HAMPTON

earlier as stocks should be about: Cemetery Sunday afternoon Dy Miss Ada Nlmrao

the same and demand Is expectedto i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones were In Starke

Improve. As a result grower.: visitors to Lake Butler one day i The Rev. Mr. Smedley. of Green i During The Next 10 Days. They

In the early States are expected I last week. I Cove Springs will preach at the
to Increase acreage by as much: Lacy Gasklns spent the weekend I Christian Church next Sunday.

as 10 percent. Higher prices for at Bootsey'a Beach.A December 17 at 11 A. M. and 7:30P.

seed potatoes may tend to check, large crowd from here attended M.The. Have Now On
this expansion. the pound party given at I Rev. M. H. Soper preached Going One Of The Largest Special

the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. at the Methodist Church last Sun

Johns In Bootsey's Beach Satur- I day evening.W. .
Relief At Last day night. II. Maxwell, of Jacksonville

There will be> services at Union i spent the week-end! with his mother I Sales Ever Held In Bradford Go

Church Saturday and Sunday.' Mrs. Ida Maxwell. County.
For Your Cough Saturday la "Call Day" for the I Ii Mrs. James T. Guy has returned -
calling of a pastor for the to her home here after

CreomuUlon relieves promptly because i I 1 Ing year. Elder B. H. com-I'f a visit with her daughter. Miss And See For

trouble It to goes loosen right germ to the laden seat phlegm.of the {j I I: High Springs Is now pastor an.11 Mariam Guy, who Is a sophomoreat i Yourself How Far The Dollar Goes

increase secretion and aid nature to has been for the past two years. the F. S. C. W. ,
soothe and heal raw.Lender Inflamed We all enjoy having him to come, Prof and Mrs M.\ W. Morrow '
bronchial mucous membranes. and preach each third Saturday Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Warren I'

have No matter tried,how tell your many druggist medicines to you sell ,|I|I and Sun''ay. Sunday they are! Misses Ophelia Bryan and Ada I t I At ALEXANDER'S
you a bottle of Creomulsion with the expected to ordain some new Nlmmo motored to Gold Head(
understanding that you are to like deacons I I to this church. Everybody Branch last Sunday afternoon.The I

or the you way are it to quickly have your allays money the cough back i U Invited both days. I Rev C. A Warren will fill ,,i
1 I Mr. and Mrs. .J. L. Gaskins and his regular appointment at the i

CREOMULSION children were visiting at Boot- Baptist church next Sunday

for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitfi sey'a Beach Sunday night. I and evening. morning ttttttVaiZiZ ttK l :-t :h ,...


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Ie IrChlet L.3ayJ H. Harper Sewell MAKES DEBUT They ThoughtLast FROM WILLISTON Madam Boolu: ALUMNI ; ,, .

..itor Frank;_ Loral Arch Robinson Bennett Thomas HERE AT B. H. S. week Miss Alice Fernan- I I BY 40-6 Could you give me some idea RECEPTIONColorful IN AUDITORIUM "

IT rye Plummer dez, junior-senior what the questions In the midterm ,
Elizabeth Students See First English teacher, (,
Clara Mae Harley got another of her Ideas. Homecoming Game Exciting examinations are going to be? OcnialonKnjoyeU Claw Will I'retwnt
.1 l\L Gaines Film From New Equipment; good
New.3Jdf Thursday Afternoon few days later it came out in the Event At tell Men and Tor- Get out your crystal ball and gaze Ky tone Was A Gay Senorltn"

1" !.tar i Kllllnlrl'I'rth) open, when she told her classes it nadocs Try For .'n,11n furiously therein! If you ever used Friends of School At, 8 O'clock I'. M.\

I Us Reporter Last Thursday afternoon In would be your ignition, use it now. No
pedal the a good thing to have a
Last 7
Thursday night Starke Thursday night, December Tonight the Junior Class of
,emi Ella Barry. Starke School House the P. "battle problem, has ever strained my
at T. of
OWl 3,.tty Grean Louis* wits, to help them played its last game for a year. from 6 to 7 the school's receptionfor Bradford High School will pre-
A. brain to such extent. I have wondered I
ere' meeting a of learn
and their
group parents literature.
'rIIo i.telle A uatln. All Bradford County knew what the alumni was In full swing. sent their annual play. Three
Halle. and teachers and wondered what
Jack i sat looking at a picture This is the way the whole thing was going on, and took steps to my The front hall was transformed Into acts packed full of laughter and
I show, and teachers will ask me on exams, I
feeling proud thatit started: students were Instructedto make the occasion what it oughtto I something few would ever guess suspense Is what"'He Was A Gay

yp) MAKES was being projected from the write out ten questions each on be: loud and long. That day and my terror mounts higher and :. a school-house could be. The Senorlta" holds for you.
machine higher every time I do. I feel
SHOWING : they are buying; them- recent literature work meaty barrels were stuck at every In- place was beautiful; it was decorated The cast Is aa follows:
D( selves, for the school. like I'm being cornered-run up
questions wort h remembering, tersection on Call Street, with by way of bamboo, fern, Daniel Benjamin A wealthy t
I against a wall by some, Slme.-
1MES First motion picture and sound brain-tweakers! Miss Fernandez signs on them yelling: "Football red-and-black crepe paper, lace Widower Shepherd.
Gila Monster. This has
I equipment the school has ever I then took those questions in hand, Tonne!" got and punch into what It was for
I stop; or I will be in the mad Arnold Benjamin His son --
Ghei I owned the .
machinery they now divided the class, lined them up Three days before, upon learning house before the mid-terra ordealIs that night-a reception hall. Ralph Rhodes.
i Befit have is no wavery, blurring uncertain against the wall and asked them
Red and black
that I. C. could was
not play Please crepe paper .
over. please, please, Larry Moore- Arnold's pal -
ce I construction. Both the (the most wholesome of the ques- Starke, Principal Williams called do I have to dread it so? strung from side to side, crosswise Warren Frederick. a
sound and
L Bradford Homecoming the screen projectionsare tions. 'for mass emergency production of On the brink, and tied In a big bow at the
Lena Lutiunhelm The house-
the B. H. S. Brass clear, steady, sure. The screen, Right from the start students late-news posters, which put thschool's Lizzy (Lawtey) Plummer middle of the ceiling where the -- a
game I I4Y i this time was a little dim because knew how halls t-llke. keeper-Louise Stern.
Kde the kind of showing this system differed artists, and others, into cross

had hoped for: an ex- of a poorly darkened auditorium from sneaking shakey answers on quick action. Dear "Lawtey" : Mrs. E. L. Williams, the offic- Frlta Lutzenheim-Her husband

rlly good one. It was not but ordinarily it la sharply paper-when they showed them By Tuesday posters were stuck Calm down, poor child! I ers of the senior class, and Mlas the gardener-Joe Allen Lander.

,'yt With Professor Carl distinct selves up, they wouldn't be the In every window in town. By haven't the scantest idea what Stump stood at the door to re- Vera, Stewart-Arnold'. sweet

it II present to' make things The film they were watching, I only ones to know it-the rest of Wednesday there wasn't a soul in your questions on exams will be. ceive those who dropped In Mrs. heart---Ruth Simpson.

thly, the band turned out "From Trees to Tribunes," con- the class would also. In spiteof town who didn't know Starke was Madam Boolu sees all, answersall Fisher presided! at the punch June Gale--Larry's sweetheart '

may easily be called their vinced them that if all educational this though, and being the going to play Wllliston instead of knows nothing. But you have table. -Gayle Sewell. }

performance of the whole films obtained by the school were brash creatures they are, they I I. C., of Jacksonville. presented to me one of the few The senior class had provided Mrs. SpangosHl presumably

Mr. Roberts' trumpet gave as packed full of wholesome I burned no extra midnight oil in Thursday morning things were things Impossible for me to an- punch enough for the American Spanish-Marie Dynl. I 3!

ed" finesse to the whole knowledge as this, it was going studying for the exposure. But stirring around pretty fast. Of swer. Ah me, I must be get- Army and Navy, but after the Senorita De La Torrlente-from ,

Timing was perfect. to do more good than they'd even I where they had been In the dark 'all times that football players ting old. (Sigh) whole thing was over, they still Dl'azll--lri. Crews. )t

the marches had the ateadi- expected when the machine was they got things straight by: think- minds may happen to be on books, But-what I'm going to tell had enough to supply the army! 5
Senorita Carlotta Terre Cos-
|pointedness that marches just a might-be. I ing things out and lending their this was not one of them. That you doesn't require me to, first At six, people began to ease In ta's companion--Betty Green.*- '

U have. Though playing Earlier that day the whole I ears, when they missed a question 'day, their minds were very defi- gaze into the over-grown dewdrop First thing a person entering saw 1: :

single| number unusually school had seen that same film i I to the person who got the right nitely on football and not much That Is: You can't get out was three or four smiling faces Patsy Forest-a poor relation- ;
(best time for ah-Ing came Most of the students had been im answer. I else. They were thinking about of dreading any kind of test In looking their way. First thing Key Snrgeant. '1

| they played the predicted pressed by the machine Itself and More than once students stuck this being the last game, and life It's always such a showdown they experienced wan hearty wel- Doctor Forsythe the family f.

[.Barrel-Polka." Professor by the picture, which began with their feet in their mouths-up to what all they were going to put that it's just human natureto coming and handshakes. Next physician. y'

ro is a marvelous trumpeter; cutting down trees, went through their knees. For instance: In I I into it.About. dread those things. thing he saw was more people Admission will be: Adults 35: ,:,I

11 and his Starke bandnil saw-mills and the process of mak- Milton's "Paradise Lost," Satan seven o'clock Thursday But-instead of chasing around and nn attractively decorated cents children 13. Come on v I;

got together on that ing paper, showed the enormous in trying to be big boss of heaven night the Williston "Red Men" had like a terrified chicken, and get table next the entrance to the folks, puck this auditorium as 'i

W, It was what you can rolls of paper used for printingthe gets kicked out of it. Satan is arrived. The receptioners got a ting the few brains you do have auditorium On it was a beautiful full as you can. Bring your girlfriend '"

ycall goodand mean it at Chicago Tribune and the mad about It-says he'll get even close-up view as they came down all screwed around In a gummy lace table cover, and on that was boy friend, wife or husband i

time. automatic methods of moving the ,' by meeting every good thing with the north end of the hall mess, you might try: STUDYING! something Interesting: punch, in Even Grandpa and Grandma ,

i, the band pulled a surprise' bulky weight to and fro, It then strong evil. Right after he and At eight o'clock Starke sent the Then you can't fall. a lovely cut-glass bowl, and cook- will enjoy "He Walt a Gay

urprlse to them as wellrrybody. switched to the offices of the his army of horned followers land opening kick-off and live-wired It's all yours, ies. Spread around on the table, Senorita!I" I 4B

Mr. Roberta hastily Chicago Tribune and showed the defeated, in their present let-down, action began. The Starke boys Madam Boolu. to add still more, were sprigs of ----....-- j

Ijeftly launched them on a endless clockwork system used Satan stand, seething at some- began to dash around like they green fern. Book Report \ a;
there, which has time measured thing he sees before him. Now, Dear Madam Boolu:
}; Jazz tune; "Sweet Sue", were walking on hot coals. The From nix to seven thirty people ---- "
just so, to the minute. It showed when Miss Fernandez asked a I am a sad, cad! creature. DIlY'after ,!
before tried continually came in but notlclble
i they'd never WIlliston boys were doing exactlythe "Gone With The Wind" by ,
how the newspaper Is printed, I certain student what It was Satan day I am thoroughly bored A"
less the fact that
nor, but had more or same; both were squeezing to was most comers Margaret Mitchell
saw that made his back teeth with existence. At what
what the different divisions of school
t out' themselves on their get everything out of this last were the younger of the Alumni.
instruments.I the staff have to do, and on to''1 rattle with anger; what it was, do I see? Books At home what Members of the football team Margaret /Mitchell wrote her .
game, and both were In the spiritof "
lie i a few members of the the newspaper boy on the street. II' spread out there at his feet, that things, to say the underestimated do I burn midnight; oil over? I were present most o f the time story so life-like that you can
The has been in the put him in a fit-to-be-tled rage, Books, books, books. History
machinery that but the different scenes In
I will graduate this year; least. In fact they were early night, they, necessarily -, Imagine ?
school about weeks actual the twelfth-grader said: "Adam Books, big juicy math books, Lat-
11 the only trouble in trying two ; I so much into the spirit of things, being scant eaters before a i the story. As you read about the
and Eve, in the Garden of Eden. in books books ohooooo!
showing did not begin until last English ; all
until after
in school game
e progress a that game won't soon be forgottenby ,
I I When everybody whooped with Now what I want to know Is characters, they seem very true
week when screen and films were
j the when made for i
those game they
However though anybody who went, and about up find
I to life. All the time
him at finding the right answerSatan's this: How can I see less of these you
ready. j the last
frnvho will being ones to get a
graduated no I 1,000 people did. Those who
yourself almost believing you can
( writing defeated follow bound bothers else how I
or can
ittin Starke School they'llthe A faculty committee Is taking didn't go missed the best of chance at the punch. "Gone With )
I I game actually\ see them In
'lets. ), they were all showing what like them better (If that's possible
musical training they steps to obtain educational I 1 I the year, the last one being even Both teams together, made a the Wind" Margaret Mitchell
has to be borne In an open test. ) ? I lie awake nights just
lived at B. H., ,S.. somewhere, from different sources. ; better than! the first :" nice big dent in the refreshments: writes her story HO different from D''
Results of the born
i two-day line-up: aren't
I I wondering why people r
The machine will be used every they had the right Idea, ',
everybody wound with twice as The Tornadoes mane a touch educated born that of any other author. Sometimes !-
four i up same as they're
-- --- week. The school will have down in the first three Bradford School had find humor and. at
minutes : High
hadn't a you
each I much light on subjects they with arms, legs, ears and eyes all
HTH GRADE different films, one to suit known at all, or had only half' of the first quarter. Right from there. welcoming good time; and all who other times, sadness In the story

section of the student body: thatis I way known, everybody, with a the beginning there was an iron Bogged down attended the reception knew that In describing her charactersshe
one for the primary division in the fire Williston I the what It to vision a picture of
I little concentration was able to : used to Dorothy (Oh, My,) Crosby atmosphere was shouldbe seems
one for the elementary school, one learn quickly and thoroughly the playing six-man football, was at : happy the real life of each character. As .

for the junior high school and I questions presented. If one per- a disadvantage--found the Starke Dear "Oh My": --.---- she was describing Scarlett O'-

i eighth grade had charge of one for senior high.Elementary. son missed a question aimed at boys comparatively hard to handle Don't be sad, don't be sad Thin Mammy Sez Hara In the etOl'ythe seems to

mbly last Tuesday. him, he then could master It any- because of their long practice at thing of being "eddycated" has to have a picture In mind. This picture
hop Myrick read Psalm 100 Echoes the regular eleven-man game. But I was of a young girl who at
I way by being ready to pounce be gone through If you want to My dearest Chlllun,
which stood and about the middle of the first first did not have to want for
upon the solution and lock it in get anywhere at all. Besides, It's I jest can't get over de huge
ted the Lord's Prayer and FOURTH GRADE I his brain when one of his more quarater Williston made Its only not as bpd as you make out. Just I success of our homecoming anything. Then she tells about

: Salute. We have been studying about informed fellows answered it cor- touchdown, with a long run for THINK! Way back there when And dat score--40-0. I knew game.dut the girl's life as she hud her

wrta Whitfield played a writing large numbers and mul I I rectly. good measure. Starke'a. tackle, they only had log cabins to live .1 our boys had It In 'em! struggles through life, Margaret
tItu1 1 piano solo. I right on his heels all the Mitchell describes this young girlas
tiplying by large numbers. Thereare All the junior and senior Eng way In, people didn't have the WON '
Seems like de
e of the stugive didn't succeed in dragging the song a quick-tempered person al-
eighth grade -
few that don't understandit DERFUL privilege of studying all
a lish classes took, in their separate
I "Red' Man" down when he really fits In with some though good and kind at times. "
a short skit 'A Snappy even
of do the do !
but most us periods, their share of the subjects we now
'I It would be If. B. made a last desperate plung for 1 of de crazy ways dese high school Scarlett Is very pretty.
lovely I
and the talk
The girls According to ,
boys glve-an-take Highest score in way you
girls are doing dese "
',win conducted in this man- painting pine burs and gourds..I the eleventh grade was made by him. The little steam engine got you've been concentrating on the days.Helen She describe* Ashley Wilkes asa r
Surely would hate there safe. "He" sho Is cute. Don'tblame likeable who
everyone They are very pretty. Francine FisherHighest misery of math, and such too very person, was "
ate. painting them red with silver tips. In the senior class was Later In the second quarter much. Ah, don't let it get you. you for liking Luke But polite to everyone honest and.

rothy Faxon and Virginia Our room is getting ready for Frank Robinson. Close behind Starke made a slmlliar run When There's always the danger of get lerl! what we would call a handsome

eli sang a duet. "Snug as ain Christmas. We are putting red him were Doris Mae Stricklandand the Starke runner started for a ting too educated, you know. Hey "Speed", you sho' were man. Her description of Rhett

I a Rug." and also the old and green paper chains allover L. M. Gaines touchdown the "Red Man" tackle Don't worry. Don't worry- ,j I living up to your name Saturday Butler was very good. He was a

rite. "Beer Barrel Polka," our room. -- right behind him chased him until that's one thing that never did I night I while you were driving dat man on his own, very nice lookIng .

1 everyone joining In on the Also we are drawing names to 9-P NEWSAt he was within just a few feet of anybody any good. I' certain ford. and. a grand leader In social
the goal line. Then the "Indian" Is or ain't de rumor true Ken- affair
see who will give each other a last the Freshmen have Confectlonately, 'I
fter this dived after the Tornado and neth ? You nho' had better get
program Mr. Wll- Christmas present. I ordered their Junior high school Madam Boolu. I Rhett Butler was very greatly

called the seven senior foot- Billy Smith reporter.Mrs. I The suspense is equalled didn't miss what he aimed for. .-- I busy doing some explaining! Influenced by his small daughter
Players to the front and they Hart teacher. I only by that of waiting for Santa Starke got the touchdown after a I Popcorn without hulls has at Illvers you look simply scrumptious The way Margaret Mitchell de-

given a big hand by every- I Claus. few seconds, but it was delayedby last been produced. The next In dat cute pink dress. scribes Rhett Butler showering

Thursday night at the SIXTH GRADE Mid-term exams are staring us Willlston determination. step is to develop corn that pops Tonlte Is de nite de Junior much of his attention on his small

Doming football game, these This week we have put up some in the face and then what? The Tornadoes made another with a muted tone. play! Understand dat some of de daughter Is very very good

Played their last game. The Christmas pictures. We have week for vacation. touchdown In the second quarter popular high school gala are goIng Melanie Wilkes was a person

were: Dempsey Sapp, L. H.W. Christmas booklets Only one : with the extra point for all three graduate from this school). to do several atepa of da with a good nature. She was
started some There Is one good thing, I'
Carl Edwards, Everett about the first Christmas and how We won't get our report cards thus far.Starke. Dr. Mliklletoo, Mayor of Starke, Rhumba! la dls true? I'm asking sweet to everybody and would do

inney, James Johns Hughand backs fumbled the ball extendt'1' a hearty welcome to you! anything In her power to help
we have it now. until after January 1, so we can
wj. < Ralph Rhodes. They Miss Kennedy has brought a really enjoy Xmas before our several times couldn't seem to Wllll ton, and all citizens from Margie Malhews makes a very people' In need. I think Margaret

1 all/ been very faithful to the booklet of Finocchio. It Is several parents see whether we passed or get "hold" of the ball. Maybe It other towns who were present at efficient librarian- stuff! Mitchell had a good picture to( her

The school has a hearty long. Carolyn Green. was the color or something. the gameall! you out-of-town Sadie had de cutest date Thursday -i mind of each of her characters

appreciation to these boys I pages We 'are very sorry Miss Ken- not.-Reporter At the half the pep squad put people-.Starke welcomes you and night-you can ask her who We find people of today who

.with on the neatest performance this wishes he was! slmlliar to those !In this ,
the rest, got out on the nedy can't be here. We miss her Any magazine of your choiceat you to come again. are story
and Members had been De twelfth grade is drawing As Mitchell tells of
chased a pigskin around much. Leonard McKinney greatly reduced price unlit the year. Football attenders were also Margaret ;,
Ing. very ing making I and C for days. names for Christmas and dose old the O'Hara's home before, then
Although everybody has been absent for several weeks. Bradford County Telegraph.start privileged to hear such outstanding -
they loved It, they are to Miss Kennedy, teacher. Then at the sudden change of citizens as: Supt. A. J. Grlf- dignified seniors at dat. But dey after the war, It seems June a .
Imented for Christmas. We schedule, they had to swing into ay life begin at forty. shame She describe their home
on their ability Wanda Pearce and fixing up fls, Mr. E. J. Lewis, Mr. L. L.
"**." They'll be missed next I I I Reporters Mott. have a few things up now. another formation-W. They' had Conner and Senator Charlie t;. Now Chili un, don't forget to as such a lovely place to live She '

but we have other boyson Dorothy Jeanne Robinette brought us settled down to mastering the W Johns. be courteous don't try trlppln' told how everything that had

who will try very hard FIFTH GRADE NEWS some redberrles. They look very and did it with steady perfection Red Men and Tornadoes tore I people In de halls. We're not been was ruined by the Northern

111/ these boy's shoes. We made some Christmas deco- pretty in our room. Thursday night Into the second half like scared j. playing that way this quarter. soldiers. As the writer told of j

,140 1 the identity of the spon- rations this week and have fin- We enjoy the moving picture While marching out on the field, bats out of a haunted attic. I. Everett seems to be kinds the damage done to O'Hara's 1
for the football game was ished putting them on our boards. machine that the P.-'!. A. bought the pep squad's steps were quick. Starke eased Into two touchdowns' "down In the dumps" lately- even lovely home, It made me angry '

alert. Those four elected by pretty. We are and I think all the other rooms ened by the band's snappiest number In the third quarter. Wllliston after making all dose touchdowns! Mitchell pictured the soldiers i
!tIberl of They are very now thoroughly familiar to That's o. k.- we'll look after you, well. She described them and
( the senior class were: learning how to write Autobi do too. tightened down on their protest, f
taret Pearce Loral Bennett, ographies. We are having lots of Teacher Miss Hinson. football fans. When standing In but the Tornadoes wouldn't listen pal! the war scenes so vividly you \
Pn Bowling Marian Brown. formation they whooped. Indian- Dat Glee Club sho' did sound would actually shiver to think l
, and Juanita Bare- : fun we are the school Reporter, In the last two minutes of the
pretending 1 I I
I style and cheered Williston with good In Chapel Tuesday thanksto about It. Her description of how
: and letting people know fourth quarter, Starke made an- e '
building Next FIFTH cmAD"E NEWS the gusto of a Tornado. Crossingto Mrs. Wall-and Mrs Demorestfor the soldiers marched through the
treated. the
how have been other touchdown bringing
we Our class has been making the home side, they stood to asking us, towns, destroying aa they went .
to pretend we 406. Two minute left -
Primary to
week going score
we are
Jingleshe and write I Christmas pictures to go In the form a T and let go the best 'Til next week Mammy. was just horrible. 4
are the school building two minutes of the year
-- far let their -. As disliking "Gone With the
This week we are going to team-praise they'd so
and room.
letters telling boys and fans couldn't see for looking,
Primary Department 1* friendly be make Christmas cards for our throats In for. 10-8 NEWS Wind" I have no dislike. As for ,{
' should like to to In .
King' hard on a "Good Citizen- girls how we 'I mothers and fathers. Last week The band resumed playing when trying stamp everything It's good to see Dora Mae W. her writing, I have only one b
mind and have of
unit. Their first project is treated. drew names for our Christmas the white-clad: bunch started to a good picture back in school. criticism. That was. that at the

care of the school grounds We are proud of our new pic- we week after next. We go off the field. the whole thing I Just two more weeks until end of the last chapter I turned J

'Idlng the trimming and fer- ture machine. We saw the first Is colored party a Christmas flower which Also, at the half Starke had By now everybody was\ in a Christmas vacation; exams are over for another. Her story end- ,

IIg of the shrubbery. picture yesterday "How Paper was red and green. The teacher some of Its distinguished citizen dither trying to hold time back, just around the corner and woe, ed so abruptly. Just when you 1

Made:" It was very Interesting. put the prettiest ones on the wall. present to make brief talks. Mr, and knowing they couldn't, at the woe to some of us! would hope that the book would
ECOND GRADE NEWS Teacher Mrs. Sheppard.Gassett. I We have five new books which Archibald Thomas. Sr. Clerk of same time 'Wonder what makes Sam continue It ended. I wanted It to
Ovid t
rry Oren brought us a cir- Reporter are; "Tom Sawyer," "Gull 1VC17'a the Court, dedicated the athletic When the nd did come the Simpson BO quiet these days end with everybody finding happl-

(' we hi-e enjoyed it very' Travel." "Rebecca of Sunny- field to Bradford High School. It Tornadoes rushed for the !goalposts JO-S Is wondering why some flees, but It didn't.I .

:*. We have been studying SIXTH GRADE NEWS their I I brook Farm." "East Short Stories sounded good "to hear the voice tore down one side, shouldered students can't learn Modern History enjoyed this grand] book very

animal: in our Activity I hope everybody enjoyed much a for Boys and Girl." and "The of Bradford' first "graduating it, carried It to the middle of I and not have to outline so much. I think everybody who baa )

4 BOOk Thanksglvlnar dinners a* did.and Road to O>." class" ringing out over the loud the field and dropped It there. I much. They must love IU? read! It will agree with me. '

1 are decorating our room for all of the pupils of oUt room' .I I I Teacher Miss Smith. speaker. (Mr. Thomas was the Watch for baketbaD-footbaU's That's all this week.Reporter -reported by Irene Markham

'taas'tmaa-spirit-most! of tis have the ,,jiving as things soon as down.we get lf. Urn& Secretary Joyce Moore. first and only one. that year, to over. Sam SUnpaon. twelfth grade.radford v

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changing environment.In The Rev and Mrs. A E. Light- I Mr. and nr,, 10'1", ,,
"Education For Living" TopicOf constantly returned 19s ,
foot and daughter, Nancy -
the speaker spent the ,
II defining education week
SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss Saturday after spending ahguestti .
Talk By Miss Heering of
stated that it is a process of Miss., as .., ,
in Miami as guests \1
.. -_.-- ___________ n ___ The Woman's Glut of Starke growing and that the growth depends sometime parents :Mr Sf
-- --- -- Mrs. Albert Lightfoot. and \1"
- and
met in regular session Wednesday upon what It feeds. Formal Mr. I I
I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson Jimmy Warren HonoredOn received in While away the Rev. Lightfoot son. :Mrs Sn
Anne Terry afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in the that education that Is !. 'Ant"
Honored At Dinner Party Hosts At Informal Dinner Fourth Birthday club building with the second schools and colleges, and informal, I taught in the training School school In Ft.of Christmas Shubuta and "I

Anderson Jimmy Warren, four year old vice-president, Mrs. L. A. Davis, that received from day by day I the Baptist Sunday hoiinents. 0e
Miss Anne Terry Of Rome, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pierce .
3iouse of Mr. and Mrs. Sam were hosts last Thursday at one son of Mr. and Mrs. J. p Warren, In the chair. Mrs. M. F. Brown, living, were given by the speaker -. I
Anderson guest, was the honored guest o'clock when they entertained In was honored at a delightful birthday secretary, read the minutes of the as the two kinds of education.In
Glen G. given last Thursday previous meeting and Miss Mina conclusion Miss Heerlng advised I
last Wednesday night when her honor of Mr. and Mrs. party
hosts entertained at their homeon Searing and Mrs. A. O. Price of afternoon when his mother entertained Manassa, treasurer, gave her report -' that everyone should get
1 Informal for him at their homeon out and meet people, stating that
Cherry St., with a lovely dinner -: Jacksonville a o-p
obtained -
I bird luncheon.The Church Street. During the business meeting it In this way new ideas are
party. I Jimmy and his little friends was voted that the club make an and. that people will be
Christmas living and dining rooms,
Holly and other I played games out on the lawn un- annual project of sponsoring out better able to adjust themselvesto
en suite, were attractively
used in decoratingthe opening
greens were door Christmas trees. It was also living.
til five o'clock at which time every day
living and dining rooms where I decorated in decoration the Christmas In the living they were invited into the din- voted to donate five dollars to- Following the address three de-
The central
the guests were the mantel, which ing room for refreshments of ice ward the prizes for out-door trees lightful Christmas carols, "Lo,
brightly colored gum drop room was blue and silver cream and assorted cookies. which are being sponsored this How a Rose" (Praetorius), "Come
held two miniature
a tree. flanked on either side with a back- The dining table holding the year by the Rotary Club. With Torches, Jeannette, Isabella"
yellow candles in crystal holders, 1, trees, resting of blue and against silver leaves. birthday cake was covered witha Mrs Edward Burns, Chairmanof I (arranged by Bruce Carleton I.
centered the lace covered dining ground the table with Mr. handsome lace cloth and was Education, had charge of the and "Silent Night" (Franz Gru- '
Seated at I a ai
table, Place cards of Autumn afternoon. In Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. I further decorated with dainty program for the ber), were sung by
floral design marked the places Searing and Mrs. Price were Mr. sprays of fern. The beautifully the absence of Mrs. Burns, Mrs. kins, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and
for the guests. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. decorated cake was iced In white Davis presented Miss Gertrude Mrs. L. A. Canova. The singerswere
Following dinner the guests 4- and decorated in pink and green Heerlng of Jacksonville, guest accompanied at the piano by

were entertained informally. Baptist W. M. S. MeetingThe rosebuds The inscription "Happy speaker for the afternoon, to her Mrs. E. M. Davis.
Those enjoying this delightful Birthday," made with pink and listeners. During the social nour the host- i
affair with Mr. and Mrs. Anderson program and business green letters and four burning Miss Heering chose as her topic esses, Mrs. Marvin Hazen, Mrs. I
meeting of the Woman's Mis- pink candles completed the cake's "Education For Living" and based W. E. Middleton, Mrs. Frank Rob- II
and the honoree, Miss Terry, sionary Society of the Baptist decoration.Mrs. her own thoughts on those of inson, Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs D.
were: Miss Ruth Sternberg, Miss Church will be held Monday aft- Warren was assisted in John Dewey's as found in his E. Knight Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. CIULr
Ruth Rowe. W. II. Graham, James ernoon, Dec. 18, at 3:00: o'clock at entertaining and serving her "Freedom And Culture." The Vonda Inman, Mrs. L. S, Hutto, I t4JU

Dennis, and Burnell Lindsey and the Church. The pledges for the guests by Mrs. M. T. Warren, and speaker, well-read and possessinga and Mrs. Fred Hazen, served a II
Clyde Chamberlain of Gainesville Building Fund made by the dif- Mrs. T. Frank Land rum vast knowledge of facts, en- delicious salad course, carryingout BUSV
-.-- -. ferent circles, will be the most Those present to enjoy the afternoon abled her listeners to clarify their the Christmas colors.
New ArrivalMr Important I Item of business. with Jimmy were: Martha own thinking, by the use of con-
Circle No 2, Mrs. H. L. Brown- and Idell Landrum, Janet Inman, crete Illustrations In defining
and Mrs. Glen Wood are lee, leader, will present the pro- Robert Bell, T. K. McClane, III every day use of "education for ai y.i a a i an a
the arrival of a son,
announcing gram. Joe Wilkins, Richard Kidd, Sylvia living." [ I
Wood, Jr., on Friday, .
Glen Ernest
Alvarez Marion I Harrington Miss Heering pointed out that u I IF IfbO
Dec. 8. Mrs. Wood was formerly Methodist, WSCS To Meet Richard Williams Norma Canova, living, in its broadest term meansan I SAVE 01'1

Miss: Martha Powell. The regular business and pro- Bobbie Wiggins, Betty Denmark, adequate adult, simple to define N! w s."Juan One UOLIDA Y T.Rr s
Betty Jean Wade, Lucille Alvarez, but difficult' to be. She en- Roun(1
of the Woman'sMissionary
meeting Way
gram Mrs. Joe Wilkins Mrs. T. K, Mc- larged further on the definition, I -\tlanta TrIp One Round
Society of the Meth- Clane, Jr., Mrs Robert Bell, :Mrs. stating that to be an adequate, l.'batta. __ $ 5.80 $10.10 Ilam-, Way Trip
odist Church will be held Monday Orle Wiggins, and :Mrs Ralph adult one must be Independent; to Cincinnati-- 6.73 12.23 New $ 1S.60 IO.IO

afternoon at 3:00: o'clock in the Alvarez be able to adjust himself to a I __ 14.60 10.70 19.23 ()( York__ li'.55 22,60

Church with the president, Mrs. 26.80 Sk"P 1.00 1.80f1l.1eago
I W. E. Mlddleton presiding. At CallstreetSees J .43 raJll&Iaa8.ee 8.0J 3.0OaInl'8VfDe ;
V I this, the last business meeting of Carolyn YAIInst 8.60.80 1,4-80 5 Taanpa __ %.2.) 4.011

I the year, circle leaders will be appointed Lakeland 11S.30 WashIngton fl 80 4.d0
for the incoming year and ...... f.03 W. Pa.bn 17.20
new officers will assume their I All, Hears All, Prints All I CONWA Y'S B. 4,80 8.6.1
duties I Poddon my English accent, but girls, I feel sure you will not i Lttcy Conway STATION
ill -- .' can you blame me if I begin to deny mine. Theie'a only one I like 0 flood "'
I take on a few airs? Two fan thing I would like for you to roof 0'.,m7 heed I
letters in one week is almost bring me this Christmas-a lovely this POLICY lc..p,
more than I can stand Now I streamlined figure. These curves out oU dread == : _
I .
II knqw how those Hollywood movie and bulges are a constant worryto FURNITURE loit, .
II I stars feel when the mail man arrives me because I've grown. older, to coo otfiit .

I 6 Way Lamps -- $3.60 and if' this sort of thing you see, and don't have MaeWest's TAKE on./. You will
keeps up, I spec I'll be slgnin' upa charms to combat these mr rmllf oc
-- a secretary most any day now extra pounds. o et

I Child Rockers $1.35 Amid a paroxysm of feverish Lovingly, HAROLD I C.
h. __ WALL
blushes, I quote the first billet- Big Bertha.O. j

-- doux, in spite of my Innate modesty I{. Bertha But I hope I _
I because it Is probably the don't have as much trouble get P
Magazine Baskets 0 $1.35 most (and perhaps ONLY) com- ting a husband as you will get- _GENERAL INSURANCE t l A'ilEr1 N .

I plimentary one I'll ever receive ting rid of those troublesomecurves tHH4 6 LC
i "Dear Carolyn: Whoever you It sho was big of you PHON 0 P fi e

Metal Smokers _ _ $1.35 I are you are a wonderful asset to to ask Santa to bring along a
I our local paper I wonder how we couple of eligible men, but Dolly
ever got along without you., Your Lambe says she'll never forgive J:. __.__
'abbreviated descriptions' are you for leaving her out I
Wagons ____ _____. __ ._ .95 superb. May you live long to Inform Didn't we have fun last Thursday I Fresh Vacuum PackedOYSTERS
and entertain an admiring at the B II. S. Homecoming Green's Store !
subscriber." The letter was festivities? The Seniors' reception -I
Table Lamps $1.35 anonymous, but a little bird told in the school house was I
me it came from that lovely lit- quite a treat The Red and CASH AND CARRY
tle lady Mrs. A. Wood Well Black color scheme intermingledwith

whoever wrote It, please accept bamboo cert'nly brightenedup 40c Pts. 25c STARKE FLORIDA
i. Hart Furniture Co. my deepest curtsey Kind the hall, and the punch was !' Qts. ,
I words are really appreciated, by dellsh The bonfire' was a real
us newsmongers because we get thrill followed by the pep squad
I so few of 'em I And If I may say so, they
Starke, Florida : Here's the other epistle: really had the pep Christmas Good Through
I Dearest Carolyn: The Tornadoes walloped Willis- Specials 23rd.
Since Santa Claus Is so very ton to a fare-you-well so the December
busy at this time of the year, I'm I football season ended in a blazeof

t afraid he might miss reading my glory. Everybody happy. lOc
I OTHER letter even though Gene Mat- Really a colorful event Dick Jewel Lard, Bulk, lb. 9c Celery or Lettuce

PRACTICAL thews' paper Is the best read Williams leading the band (unofficially I
t tWth county weekly I know of. Everyone ,- of course) with ,some- IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. 20c. Cooking Oil, gal. 75c
Winherhe GIFTS reads your column first- body's walking cane Johnny
that's why I would like so much Redgrave wisecracking: "There's

,,;:J o wD Luxurious Gowns Silk & for you to Include this letter in I Kay Kyser without glasses!" BACON mST \VHITK
M t, tn9s, Crepe $1.98 to 3.98 your news. .The sponsors: Margaret Pearce, POUND
Silk Stoc I've already done you a favor I Juanita Barefoot, Loral Bennett
Ru.f.1 for I wrote him months ago to and Helen Dowling looked so -
Non Beautiful Pajamua the ap- be sure and bring you and Pat devastatlngly dashing when they
pnx-laled! gift $1.98 to $3.98 Lambe each a nice husband for I were escorted to their seats on Meal, 10 Ibs. .h 17c Blue Rose Rice, 5 Ibs. 17c

know that's what you want and the sidelines that it made me almost -
:, Costume Jewelry, more popular are too bashful to ask for. wish I was a school gal Salad Dressing, qt. .. u 20c Maxwell House Coffee, lb. 24c
than ever $1.00 to $1.98 Love, again Honestly, I was so excited -
Big Bertha. over the score I would have
{ handsome Hogs Leather and And here is her letter to Santy: rushed out and helped the boys FLOUR 65c
a .
l Fabric. __u $1.00 to $2.98 Dear Santa Claus: tear down that north-end goal 24 POUNDS
1 I Knowing that you fill most post if I had only thought to wear

J Evening llag For the Xmim of the requests of little Starke (Continued on page eight) G N or Baby Lima Beans, lb. 5c Onions, 4 Ibs.. __ lOc
Festivities ._ $1.00 to $3.00ALL I
at '" srn tn Sweet Mixed 9c
Pickles, qt. 15c Catsup, 14 oz. bottle

Reduced for the Holidays '
t y. I II I SUGAR 22c'Cane
V e Wool Coats Will Make a Big
,\ Hit-lUxliHtvd Prices I

0 She'll thank you from the Flower. For Coat Ltipvia, : Oranges, doz. _ 5c Pineapple, No. 2 can.-10C.

bottom of her heart, because etc, 25c, 50c & $1.00you'll Coconut 15c
I' Fancy lb. 20c Brazil Nuts, lb. __ _
have presented her

with ,lovely I stockings that Lu-llay 1.0It _PuHteN Start The Her Ladle Set I THE MEN FOLKS Fresh Coconuts, each 5c Walnuts, lb. ___- __ 18c
can't run. She'll appreciatetheir Beautiful ties in a wide selection of patterns

but she'll flattery doubly and appreciate smartness, Chrlatma Different. _CanU_ That 5o to Are 23o I colored Belt and Seta; Robes' colors; Socks;silk Handkerchiefs(always and flannel appreciated, plain; Smart and) ; Syrup | FLORIDA;;, : ::

the veil-like
mesh texture Shirts in all the new colors; Sweaters and 3

which banishes runs And (New'oat Shipment__of Topper. 211 .98 Jackets; Shirts and Shorts ; Everythingfor Bananas, 3 Ibs. _ lOc Dromedary Ft. Cake lb.

why not take advantage of the man who likes to receive the practical DEL MONTE i-2 C.%
gift. N0. 1 CAN ARGO NO 2
your discovery Beautiful 11 o u:see oats In .
and get some MOJUD_ Chenille and Satin I THE LADIES Fruit Cocktail 12'/zc' Table Peaches ___ __

for yourself .. .. $3.98 and $6.73
sees Exquisite Silk Robes ; Irresistible Lingerie
tool f NIJSINEInNr
All Sweaters for Women & Xmas ASSORTED lOc
; ; Sheer Silk Hose in all the new colors; Candy
Children at Greatly Reduced POUND
85c-$1.15 Price. Sweaters and Coats in smart styles;
Luncheon Sets ; Bridge Sets; Cannon

Towel Sets; And hundreds of other ideal Pork Chops, Fla. lb. 14c I Hens, Ib. __ -2
gift items. -

Steak, Fla. Round, lb. I Fryers, Ib.MAINTENANCE. _ _
Marguerite's Shoppe _

JACOBS'NEXT Laying Mash20c $2.35PAGs.

Starke, Florida 100 POUNDS

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( BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. T N'': Limbaugh Picture Show Feature the financial report of the HRSO- the actual printing of the paper
who spent the past week In Or- Of P.-T. A. :Meeting: clatlon. II I(Mel!'. ,(

--- lando were guests Saturday and The main feature of the afternoon Miss Middleton'room, and Mrs.
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. The regular monthly meetingof Hart's room tied in the room
North were I Mr. and Mrs. T D. Rlcken- was the picture show given
N. and Mrs. N. D. ,
rod rs W Wainwright Brownlee, en route to their homein I the Parent-Teacher Association count and each received a prize.
111 .Jacksonville backer of Hionson were visitors I Jr., and Mra. W. H Hart were Jacksonville. with! the Visual KIn call on machine -
4sitors here Wednesday. was held last Thursday afternoonat About thirty members were
-- visiting friends in Lake City which the organization has
r Sunday afternoon. I 3:15: o'clock In the school present to enjoy this Interesting
u E. Knight Mis. James Godbold returned I recently purchased. The picture
pfd M)9) Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. A F Sauls were Sunday to her home In Jacksonville I audltoilum with the president i'which was of great educational meeting
1/1 _.
_onda:; guests Sunday of Mr. Saul's sister Mra J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. after spending a week here I Mrs. E. K. 1'erryman presiding I I value was the complete history ----- "

--- was a bust- Mrs. Myrtice Hawthorne, In Lake M. Brownlee attended the lunch- as the guest of her mother Mrs Miss Madge Middleton secretary : of the Chicago Tribune the growing Gin A portable typewriter for
,. W. KIncaid Mon- City. eon given by Mrs Le, Graham in W. S Stroman and her sister : transacted her duties and II of the trees; making paper (Christum Brad ford County
, wr In I I Gainesville Saturday Mrs. S. S. Dowling. I II I Mrs. H. C. Ritch, treasurer gave from the pulp wood-and- finally TfkKraph.

Santa Clans in pvruonvlll be
lit811m11 G. P. Jr. A real "ttorld's. Fair" of Christmas -
\ Store Htbbings
ritartha Friday end Sutur.
of Jack- Rift at Stump's Store.
Urownlee day before Xmas Minn., arrived Thursday for an
spending two vtteKaynt' extended visit with his uncle and I
I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F F. Flume Miss Lois Adkins a member of
__ ------ 7'-' Col. and Mrs. II V. Knight the faculty of the Riverside
were visitors In Gainesville school In Jacksonville I
I'?. L. Hough and MrsXT. Mon- Friends of R. F. Theis, who has grammar
day, where Col. Knight attended arrived today to spend the Christmas -
Thursday:ln Jack- been ill In St. Vincent'sHcmpitiil '
spent ... ....
tt. ..- court. In Jacksonville, will be holidays with her parents,
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I
glad to learn that he Is improving
r. Jr., spent, Mr. and Mrs. L A. Davis spent -- !
(, afternoon In Jack-, the week-end in Fernandina with A. Z. Adkins Jr., Jimmy Sewell I
Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. :Mary A. John M and Charles William I
Davis. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vining will Chalker, students at the Citadel i
leave tomorrow for Dublin, Ga., in Charleston S. C., will arrive
F Oinkins and A. O. for a visit with Mrs. Vinlng's . .. . .....
to the Christmas ----
la Mr. and Mra. E. Carles of Jack- Wednesday spend )------------- -----------
nt Friday afternoon parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
sonville were guests Sunday of Joiner. holidays with their patents I I WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN PROUD OF THE FINE SELECTION OF i ,
Williamson. Mrs. II. II. Young HostessAt I

YOU UP? Bruce Davis of Arcadia was the students at Emory at Oxford, Ga. Auxiliary Meeting EXCEEDED] EVEN OUR OWN PAST RECORD, AND BELIEVE I ,
qt I normal. It may be guest a few days this week of his will arrive Wednesday to spendthe Mra. H. H. Young was hostess I THAT WE HAVE THE SMARTEST, MOST VARIED SELECTION OFGIFT k
Warning of sluggish brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Christmas holidays with their Tuesday night when she entertained ITEMS IT HAS EVER BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO PRESENT.i

{ Maka this 4-day test Mrs E. M. Davis. parents. members of the Ladles' '.I ___._____..._,_._._._._.__._._._?,_?_ ;. I .
of the Presbyterian
JeBju-k If not pleased.
$! Church at one of the most interesting Cara Nome Toiletries in Sets from 50c
need occasional flushing Mrs. W. E. Middleton returnedto Mary Lou and Patricia Ann
i acids her home after of Callahan and delightful meetings of .
Excess Shepard were guests
j it bowels. Tuesday spending :
jr waste can cause Irrita- several days in Jacksonvilleas several days this week of their the year. Adrienne Combination Sets, all prices

jultins in getting up nights, the guest of her son and uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. The living room was decoratedin a
4"or scanty flow. Ask any daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs E. A. Knight. the true Christmas motif. On Evening In Paris Sets-all prices ,

gfor Bukets (25c: ). Local- L. Middleton, and her sister, Mrs. the mantle was a yule lot holding :"
candles and resting Coty Combination Sets--all prices
BCtrpenter's, Mae Jones Miss Anne Terry returned Wed- burning'
night to her home in against a background of silver I, "
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blue and silver Genuine Cloisonne Compacts
and blue leaves. A ,
Rome, Ga., after enjoying a
CANDY here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. lighted cross, adorning one of the Albums Kodaks & Agfa Cameras J MOld
I, JANE PARKER Sam Anderson.Mrs. side tables and Christmas green- ,
further enhanced the settingfor
Liberty Creams!! ery Spice Toiletries
OLDFASHIONEDTuit or C. C. Hoppe arrived todayto the meeting. 'I i.

Cocoanut Bon Rons [ "spend the Christmas holidayswith Mis. C. F. Ward had charge of Stationery at all prices. Monogrammed while you
her brother-in-law and sister, the program using as her subject f.
15c Mr. and Mrs. '0:,t... Beasley, andJ. "Iran Syria and Mesopota- ..f wait
W. Kincaid. ,,** mia" After a brief Introductionof
CakeLb. Christmas Cards with from lc each
I her subject Mrs. Ward presented Envelopes, up

Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs R. F. Clark who We also have a fine line of Monogrammed Christmas
DROPS and Informa-
GUM Sara Barefoot and Merle Hall gave an interesting
(No Anise) spent Sunday afternoon in Lake I tive talk on Drer-ez-Zore, a mission r cards, 5c and lOc each jj6r '

Pound Cake ___. ..____ 39c City as guests of Mrs. Harry school in Syria. Dormitory Genuine American Made Christmas Tree Lightsall
or Darby and family. life in Alborz College in Iran was

Cream ably discussed by the leader prices from 69c up
Pound Cake __ __._ _'75c ChocolDroate Renumber Stump's Store for Mis. W. A. Bonham concludedthe I
ps [ by reading two beau
"gift they never forget. program
Lb. lOc tiful Christmas poems "White'' Do not fail to look ill our windows and see the exclusive display

[Pound Cake $1.79 A. E. Wall, Jr., who has beenin Christmas" by Gene Carter Coch- of gifts; for every member of the family k
Jacksonville for the past several ran and "Christmas Gift" by \
l months as Employment Insurance Maude D. Mickelsen. / "iI'
has been transferred The Devotional was led by Mrs.E. '
P FOOD STORE to Tampa. M Davis, who used the Christ- CARPENTER'SSTARKE $ .,ti;"
mas theme throughout the song I'". '1
I Mrs. Ella L. Whetstone and scripture, prayer and meditation FLORIDA I'.' 1'
*''ill Be Close All Day Xmas and New Years Miss Leila Luter of Miami were service. J: .::'i" .
recent guests of Mrs. Whetstone's Each member brought white '
i ___ ._ I.......... ant* daughter r.HA. rW. gifts" which will' be presented' to ,' .... _.. t.''
"and"n-m-Mrs. C. H Allen. the ;needy; at Christmas time I' ,;! ge tC e tgemi tetCtCt4tCt.: : tCtCtC t<< t< During the social hour Mrs
Friends of Julian Griffis will Young served her guests a tempt- I iP r a ';'

.. There MH.S some confusion this be Interested to learn that he has ing refreshment course consisting ,""
: j about tins date of Thanksgiving joined I the United States Navy. of cocoa and individual cakes I : ,
., fi'\' ;year Day. Tire date was rather He will be stationed In Norfolk, which repeated the Christmas I "" r.
/ '
: uncertain and nobody knew rx- Va., for several months. motif. Christmas candies and I .
r ''' i't miniature candles were placed on 1r
that turkeys r
acHy when to have
: f< deIi\Bred.r Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walnwright each guesta'a plate. I ; a
C However, Cinemas has beets spent the week-end In Tallahassee "f1
definitely net for ()eo. 23th; the as guests of Mr. Wainwright's Cent-a-Word I F ,ij 'I '
same a* last year, MO better start brother and sIster-In-law. Mr. and ;,
jour .shopping. now While the Mrs. W. M. Wainwright I ; "qi'')
in good shapo.
stocks are w .
another thing, give jour home Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrumand hogs. Market prices paid on nil 1
break this time children. Idell and Martha, grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247. II

and then town buy he merchant can all have you can a good at Christ-home, spent as guests the weekend of Mr. Landrum's in Brooksville par Starke, Fla. 3.31-lyr.pi Store Open Evenings Until 9:00: P. M. .

ents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Land- FOR R E N T Comfortable 2-

mas rum.Mr. and Mrs- T. K. McClane, room Mrs apartment F. H. Long, furnished. Apply Itp- t I Gifts Toys GiftsAY i J

their homein WANTED-Tractor work to do.
Sr., have returned to
Gainesville after spending a Plowing and disking, grove and B LOUNGE CHAIRS AUTOS DOLL Beautiful % '', ;.'

few days here with their son and field work. Good work at CARRIAGES DINNETTK SUIT @3! ,:N"
Mi T. reasonable prices See or write: With OttomanS From
daughter-in-law Mr. and a. | Walnut Veneer f5 ,
A. R. Moore, Starke, Fla. $2.59 ;
K. McClane. 12-14 4t ', Only $2.95 only $59.50 .
Wi $1595 },!
of West Palm I
Miss Louisa Allen FIBRE
FOR SALE-3: girls and 3 boys
Beach and Wendell Whetstone of bicycles IN Al condition. ROCKERS K. C. A. Victor .,'>
Miami, students at Maryville Col- Prices from $8 to $12 each. See ii Roll) Top RADIOS ; 'I!
Tenn., will TAIJLE LAMPS $2.59
lege in Maryville Billy Dowling. Starke. Itp DESKS
ia \\t tI
iW spend the week-end here as Only > up ,
guests of the Rev. $9.95 VELOCIPEDESFrom .
H. Allen, en route to their respective Identifying and paying for advertising I 8jjr $2.95 up OCCASIONALROCKERS
r. i For every woman on homes for the Christmas will receive same. See w .J-
holidays. Sheriff A. O. Andreu. 12-8 4tp I $10.95 up '.
your Christmas List, |i j :3 Way $5 95- "
W FLOOR LAMPS TABLE. All Steel Coaster. -4+.

?relf ox.khe iaala"f 5j? Parchment: Shades SETS WAGONS w"'

K Onl 9Y5 $2.19 $1.19 up BLANKETS
'i $8. 25 percent

f s'j HOLEPROOF I You Don't Have To Be Rich $4.95 .4

a I
.i 9t'I %/ ,it inch 32 PieceSET Ii
Santa'l been around! H. knows exquisite 7 Only S IESTA $4.95

Holeproof Hosiery wins a delighted smile from H 4 .*t $12.95 Inner Spring Mattresses a ,

; and old. .and In-belweenI' c Knee Hole
young ,
-t from whisper-sheer fo more practical: : If40 *. COFFEE; $29.75Unconditionally J DESKSWith }
Choo ;j'j'DR. j'r j'a 1 Plenty of

welghu. In flattering,correct: new shades. ,, l> TABLES Guaranteed Drawer Space '

t+ .1 In gay ttar-stutfdtd gift boxes I I 8 $5.95 up $17.95 '.
+t .t no extra cost i

3 PAIRS $:!.M A- $3.00 In Gift Borers; I SPRINGCHAIRS SPECIAL
ij. NS ,
,,_ I
2 PAIRS $1.70 &: $2.00 In Gift 110 ;
$1.59 $9.95 $2.95 upI ,
SINGLE PAIRS 83o, '1.00 i t i.15:

iMoUonwr to lh.only, hoilwv, (hot hoe !both *. Good H......'.."'". i
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A 60-day closed Lake Worth,-Using a mouse .1 i< ('',un.
Tallahassee, -
most frequently asked lIu
Gainesville Florida planting swers should
COMMON SENSE . I season on mullet began Dec. 1. for baIt Rev. George E. Kline, Jr. about social security legislation, A earl Worker b.
of "Iceberg" type lettuce this season that of the Free Methodist : Each war( kfr I
officials pastor
As the end of the year ap- YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNERBy will be much larger than last Conservation went fishing in his by R. B. Donaldson, manager of only one aCCOunt shoUld
the law will be strictly enforced Church here number
field office in Jacksonville has
Florida -
received the
I year. according to reports more than .
proaches, larmers are taking stockof Isabelle S. Thursby through the mullet spawning sea- back yard and the catch was un- rnr' nUlnb
Set number ten will should
by the State Experiment : appear send
their situation and looking to Extension Food Specialist Station. son, Dec. 1, to Jan. 30. usual. "I had been catching miceat next week.Q all numbers or bring II recd ,

!the! future. They Are studying Some folks choose roast goose, I the parsonage," Rev. Kline related to the nearest ,
After of failure to : What benefit to a workeris Security Board
many years them on a pile Field
tate and federal outlook reports others hold out for roast pig or a 85 DEER KILLED "and putting Ottlc
the hard head lettuce Social Account correction.
successfully a'
fine fat hen, while others wouldas Ocala-A kill of 85 bucks open- of trash in the back yard prepara-
not only to see where they stand several Manatee County; Something kept Number card? i iI Q: What shoum
soon forget the day as not to ed the deer hunting season on the tory to burning. I do an amp
but also to guide their activitiesfor have roast turkey for Christmas growers succeeded in satisfact- Ocala game management area of taking the mice and finally I I A: It identifies his Social I In case he loses his ae

the next few months. And so dinner. It matters not that they I orily producing a strain of this I the Ocala National Forest, RangerJ. caught a glimpse of the thief. I Security Account. It guaranteesthe number card?

the following information, gleaned disposed of on turkey shortly before -i type called "New York Imperial W. Cooper of the U. S. forest "So I baited a fish hook with one crediting of his wages to his his A: It an employee Should
847" in the 1937-38 The account
at Thanksgiving-turkey is season. service announced. of the dead mice, made my fishIng account and to no other persons numbs card he
USDA be of s
from reports, may ask
Seaboard Air Line dis- at the
interest at this time. I their choice, and a good choice, Railway line secure; then went into I account. His account is the recordof nearest Social Se
tributed the seed to the Field
too, we think. growers. ENJOYING GOOD SEASON the house to eat dinner. Withinan his wages on which his oldageand Office for R

Agriculture is finishing the year Well, here's an All-Florida Their success resulted in Increased Apalachicola, Shrimp dealers hour I had made my catcha survivors benefits are based.Q Plicate card with ,the earns
In better condition than it began, in this in ber.
Christmas dinner, turkey and all, acreage crop this week announced one of the five-foot coach whip snake." : Should a worker show his
with total cash Income higher Manatee and initial plantings In .
for your consideration: finest seasons Apalachicola has account number to each employerfor --- --
than in 1938. Consumer demandfor Sanford, Alachua and other coun- Beautiful
Fresh, crisp celery garnishedwith ever seen in this phase of the seafood DISTINGUISHED' VET DIES whom he works? Cb.rhttllUlR
fruits In. improving, but export ties in the 1938-39 season, with name
red radishes. Industry. All week boats I Jacksonville Major General A: Yes. His account number printed 50 for $t. port
demand has been curtailed.\
Manatee leading with a total lay.
Spiced or pickled figs, peaches, have been coming in with 3000- Frank M. Ironmonger, 86, who card should be shown to each em- now.-nrlldrord
of truck
Plantings crops were of more than 300. I ty
papayas, or other Florida fruit. acreage pound loads and the shrimp were was in the Confederate ranks at ployer for whom he works. The Telegraph
about 5 this fall
percent larger I
Cheese stick Successful production of this all of a Jumbo size, averaging Appomattox when General Robert I law requires his employer to record TAKE
than last with
Grapefruit a la Christmas. To lettuce last season and the strong about 25 to a pound. E. Lee surrendered, died here aft- It and use it in reporting to PRECAUTION:
fall and early cabbage, fall car- When
'make this, halve fruit, notch, peel demand for it on the markets will er suffering a heart attack. General the Government taxes paid by you have been out la I
cauliflower toma-
rots ,
peppers, edges, remove pulp and mem- result in plantings totalling more A GREAT SPONGE YEAR Ironmonger was commanding both'the employer and employee. night eating and drinking,
toes lettuce and onions be-
ing ,higher.early Fall beans, cel- brane, mix pulp with cooked than 2,000 acres In the 1939-40 Tarpon Springs, With $965- I officer of the Florida Division of Q: Suppose an employer of spoonful of Bl ll1.1-Relt In T
snap water
and fell off. roselle and sweeten with a bit of: season, if reports received here 538.84 worth of sponges sold on Confederate Veterans. Large for spells a worker's name wrong. before going ,to
ery, eggplant spinach I Bisma-Rex
Prices of dairy products have powdered sugar and chill, fill by Victor Nettles, assistant horti- the Sponge Exchange since Jan. 1, his age, he entered the Confed- What would happen in such an bat acts four way to

advanced more than usual since halves with mixture. culturist with the Experiment 1939 is now the third greatest erate army when only 12 years of event? acid-indigestion. Try |It,

and increased Roast turkey, dressing, and gib- Station, prove to be accurate in- year in the 35-year history of the age and served as courier boy A: The chances are the em- see how wonderful it i h
summer, consumption -
of fluid milk and cream is let gravy, with emphasis on the dications. The crop is to be local industry. The 1939 sales during the last 14 months of the ployee would have trouble in Bisma-Rex, only 50c at the

seen for 1940. However, producers gravy. Add a cup of chopped planted this season in Manatee, are only $70,000 short of reachingthe War Between the States. One of establishing his wage credits. For all Drug Store- Carpenter1 i
to dressing for variety. Sarasota, Seminole, Alacbua, Vol- total sales of 1936, the second Store In Starke.JACKS&WJLLE7.
of chickens and eggs have his prized possessions was a medal this reason he should check the
been receiving lower prices, and Orange sweet potatoes in casse- usia and several other counties. greatest year, and $131,000 below declaring him the youngest en- way his employer spells his name

the predictions are for smaller role. Culture of this type of lettuce, the total of 1937, which was the listed soldier in the Confederate to be sure that it Is like the spell- mE ..9ni

hatchings, larger laying flocks, Buttered broccoli. If broccoliwas Mr. Nettles pointed out, is similiar largest year.ANOTHER army. I ing on his Social Security Account
set back frost to that of the Boston S
and slightly higher egg produc- by serve petite Big type, a _
tion. okra canned last Summer in heading variety that does not HUNTING VICTIM m _

Practically all the early September lemon butter. form crisp and hard, which has Cross City,-Rayeon!' R. Cain, RETAIL SALESIN BUSINESSDIRECTORY:: t ran

Hot biscuits or wholewheatrolls been grown in Florida for many 34, a local oil agent, died in the STATE -
sharp rise in hog prices y
las been lost. More and heavier and butter. years. Ample sunshine, uniformlycool County Hospital at Gainesville of '

hogs are reported going to marketto Romame, endive, or escarole nights, and even moistureare an accidental gunshot wound received AHEAD OF 38
salad with sour cream dressing. ideal climatic conditions. in a week-end hunting mis- -
supply the nation's consumers Citron steamed A Gainesville undertaker Florida retail sales during October -
with pork. The 1939 pig crop of pecan pudding Seed may be sown in the fieldor hap.
with Cain had been huntingand showed a gain of approxi-
about 83,000,000 Is one of the five topped honey. in a well prepared seedbed. reported
Ambrosia and cake. was accidentally shot about mately 15 per cent over October,
largest on record. Seedbed sowing, Mr. Nettles explained The drink
1938, to bring the total for the
Black coffee. d 6:30 evening while at-
Crystalliz e
The supply of feed grains is is the general practice "
fruits. to from first ten months of 1939 up to that
tempting remove a gun
higher, but there are more ani- among Florida growers, but some '
mals to be fed. Cattle numbers are Flour and coffee are the only sow their late plantings in the his car. The entire charge en- $38,366,248, almost $10,000,000

high, and Florida cattlemen woulddo products used in this dinner that field. Plants may be set in tered his right thigh. ahead of of' sales during the entire everybodyknows LEADING I HOTEL

well to fight shy of booms in are not made in Florida. If roselle single, double, or four to six-row, year 38.
11, at 1111,......
this industry. cannot be obtained for the grape- raised beds, the single and double: A FATAL STUMBLE Those figures were released by InjO 7' -a.da5.

fruit dish, cranberries, which are row methods being used on light' Delray Beach-Reuben Erastus the Florida State Chamber of SUMMER .- .......

not grown in Florida, may be soils while the four to six-row I' Bishop, 21 years old, died Sunday Commerce In a special compilation 5ct COMFORT :-I
Canoe Discomfort as the result of being for too t
COLDS substituted. I bed is employed on poorly drained prepared presentation at howwirf

land. The single row system is shot in the head while hunting I its state-wide conference and 23rd .,;; ...nd Lute"..tnr wtwB ,M

:For quick relief 666 GOVERNOR'S SISTER DIES most popular because it requires birds. Bishop was shot when his : annual meeting in Tampa, Decem-. COCA-COLA BOT. CO. rte 1e..epAn.m..i..a.?
from the miseryof Tallahassee,-Miss Julia Cone less labor after plants are set. nephew, John Bishop, 17 years ber 45. amd.Dk..mt.a.r.a..

colds, take 666 sister of Gov. Fred P. Cone, died A 5-7-5 fertilizer, applied at old, turned to make a quick shot The compilation gave October I i WE ARE roPUW.PlICIDCOCKTAIL

here at the home of another brother the rate of 1200 to 1500 poundsper at some birds which had flushed '39, total: sales of $4,100,232 an PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS LOUNGE Old
Liquid Tablets Salve None I I
Drop W. Branch Cone. She had acre, should give good resultson over the lake and stumbled overa Increase of 14.6 per cent over COFFEE SHOP

been ill for some time. Other > average soil in Florida, Mr. palmetto stump, according to those for the same month last

survivors are two brothers. Rev. Nettles said. Application of fer- i the police. A part of the charge year and 27.3 ahead of sales for I, CARPENTER'SThe ...... 0.1.a r-4_.

W. N. Cone, and P. D. Cone of 111 zer in bands on both sides of I from the shotgun hit Reuben on the preceding month of September -I Rexall Store he.-Cb.n.-Hart DtSoIoI -

OUR MILK Lake City, and a sister Mrs. Jes- the row prior to planting is con- I the right side. of the head. 1939. Grand total of 1939 -n.-

sie Cone Wasdin of Jacksonville. sidered preferable. to .the method FLORIDA'S.-: BIRTHDAY. to date Is therefore $38,366,248, as I NEAT APPEARANCE

of applying a small amount at compared with but $28,960,231for ( '
SCHOOLS Port St. Joe-In the past the Means
; END TERM time of planting and top-dressing all of 1938.

ft Plant City,-It may be Christ- the rows during the growing season drawing up of the Florida con- In three months of the year thus OTTO F. STOCK'S Dry Cleaning
stitution, which was drawn up at ..
mas holidays soon for some
the horticulturist explained. far, Florida has led the nation in
old St. in 1839 has been See
children, but for 13 schools In Joseph Its of
this known by various names and last gain. They CLAYTON STRICKLAND
strawberry and Winter
vege- / // were June, 20.5; July 18.8 and
ChampMeat ;
Seldom Equalled table section "Summer vacation"will year was celebrated at the Centennial September 15.3
per cent.
;' begin this week. After Fri Producer or One Hundredth birth-
day of Florida, but officials and Last month showed increases in
Never Surpassed day, hundreds of pupils will put
aside their books until next April Florida's champion 4-H meat business men of Port St. Joe have all the city-sized groups ranging I I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

producer for the year Is Sidney decided to begin on December 11th from 19.7 per cent in the 25-50-
and turn their hands to
tendingand Full
line of
harvesting the vast strawberry Allen, Jr., 35, of Live Oak, who In celebrating that day as Florida 000 population classification to a AMBULANCE Casket & Undertakers SERVICE Supplied

PETERSON'SDAIRY acreage in this section was named for the annual honor Day, the 101st birthday of Florida 13.2 per cent average for Jack-I DAY AND NIGHT
by State Club Leader R. W. sonville, Miami and I
state. Tampa. In 1S4 1S4
which is now on the verge of the -
Blacklock and receives a handsome -. business types, motor vehicle I
shipping and marketing stage. O. n. BENNETT Mr.

inscribed gold watch. GETS READY FOR ACTION dealers recorded the greatest In- ".&. HOME-_LIKE IN'C'l'TTT1T1I'\N".............. ILl...........
In eight years the boy handled Jacksonville,-Fuller Warren is crease, a gain of 31.9 per cent

INSURE WITH 13 steers, five hogs and breeding In John Hopkins, Hospital, Balti- over last October.

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT cattle on which he won $121 in more, Md., and has undergone a Cities and their percentages of

prizes and gives a return of $867- successful minor operation. He Increase over October last year / e

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS 00. Heading his list of winningsIs underwent surgical treatment, his were: West Palm Beach, 42.9;

championship at the Jackson- friends' say. in order to be in perfect Miami, 18.8; St. Petersburg, 18.2;

Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA ville Fat Stock Showmen pen of health for the arduous campaign Orlando, 11.1; Jacksonville and

three steers In both 4-H and open for Governor subject to the Tampa, 5.2; and Pensacola 3.4 per ...-+ -.

classes, for which he was presented 1940 Democratic primary election. cent.

FUNERAL DIRECTOR a silver loving cup. The boy \While! his formal announcement Business classifications and

Mjr Uay Years Experience Makes It Powdble for Me to Bender won the state showmanship contest for the high post is not to be made their gains follow: motor dealers,

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE and was a member of the sec- until after the first of the new 31.9; lumber and building material

ond placing Judging team in the year it has been definitely indicated dealers. 25.7
MODERATE PRICESDeWITI' ; department stores,
C. JONES state meet. Better pastures, pur- : he will be a candidate. 10.9; furniture stores, 7,7; drug il4i

chase of a feed grinder, and con- stores, 5.3
Florid ; filling stations 3.6;
SUrke struction of a trench silo are MORE THAN HE PAID FOR and hardware
stores, 0.7 per cent.GIVE .
the has Jacksonville bullet accident- PO
.. .. . among Improvements boy 0
. ., brought about on his father'sfarm. ally discharged from a pistol gave -tq
Scott Moore a close shave along

Four highest rating state champIons with his haircut In a downtown

will receive trips to the 18th barber shop. As a city bus stop- j

MEATCURING National 4-H Club Congress held ped in front of the shop, the

in connection with the International driver dropped a black valise in

Live Stock Exposition in which he carried a pistol as pro- v

Chicago, Dec. 1-9 and the three tection against holdups. The pistol -

most worthy will be presented : fired, and the bullet passed

$200 college scholarships provided through the side of the bus,

' with all other awards by through the barber shop's open A

Thomas E. Wilson for the tenth door and cut the akin on Moore's ,I
year. neck beneath his chin. Before it

--1 fell' to the floor, the bullet sliced

No his necktie in two tore a hole in comedians,
increase in prices BOATDRAINBy his collar and went through thebarber's orchestra' opera*.- all at
Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis your fingertips when yon
3 shirt sleeve under his
3S own a rladlo. See them
S Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green and now.
children and Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z.

Griffis were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Why pay more? Christmas

We In Joe Starling of Pine Level Sun cards, name printed, 50 for $!.- Automatic TABLE MODELS .m
Specialize Sugar Bradford County Telegraph. oeivers. tuning, all-wave ft-
day.C. Dynamic speakers.!'
A. Griffis of this section and I .
Joe Griffis of Clay County were I r $22.95 up

Cured Meats business Springs Friday.visitors to Worthington Tune In OnWRUF MIDGET SETS

Misses Ruth and Margaret Plenty of tone, volume and selectivity -

Morrell were visiting relatives in in these big values!

Lake Butler over the week-end. $15.75 up ELECTRIC

Little Christine Gainey was the

week-end guest of her grand- CONSOLESeautUuI. ROASTERGift

mother, Mrs. E. E. Lee of Bethel.
11:30 A.M.SINGING hand-rubbed cablbetafinest -
Mrs. Eugene Prevatt and son .
Earl, Mrs. L. O. Tyre of Flora- of gifts I Gives wonderful now soaking!

STORAGE COMPANYJ. home, and her niece, Melda Tyreof SAM $40.00 up broils
I Palatka were visiting Mrs. Z. convenience-roasts, steams' !bakes,

L. GEORGE, Mgr. I Z.Mrs.Griffla Myrtle Saturday Priest night.Mrs. Juan- ([Every Day Except Sat. ALSO grills-cooks* a complete delicious IDeal.


Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St I Bowers were vislllng Mr. and

i Mrs. EJ Sullivan lecently.

Give a portable typewriter for BOTTLING CO.Ad. RADIO SERVICE I /

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'fT CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES BETHEL ScoutsAnother 'sell, and Anna Ruth were visitingIn Ida Hagan very III at this time. ,.v '>

--- By Mrs. D. D. Woodard Boy Starke SaturdayMlMvIlanrouH. We hope she will soon be well

; Shower again. a

AFTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN Y EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN Mr. and Mrs. B. HIggenbotham M,,". H. B Kelly entertainedlast Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May spent ,;> 'j' ,

.. s. LI&htfoot Rtv. Frank Robinson Rev. Chas. H. Allen, ".. Murk' (,'ha rrh Sunday School Supt of Starke were guests of Mr. and 100 percent attendance Wednesday from 3 till 5 o'- Sunday at their Summer Camp '; j

pastor, Factor Pastor Rev. Fred! Yerke. Jr. !.Ir... Ira Wilson Mrs. D. Woodard Sunday afternoon of the membership of Troop 70 clock at her home with a miscel- on Lake Santa Fe ,1 j jMr 1
E. K. Ferryman.On. Rector Sunday School ,
.hemBcm .
J sr '
laneous shower
II"a'" Superintendentof Organist Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clock Boy Scouts of America markedthe honoring Mrs. and Mrs C Sullivan, And. !'
Ida' ScMhooppn Church School Mrs E. .... Davis Miss Ella J. gasss Mrs. Emily Glisson and Mrs. regular weekly meeting of Kldon: Sapp, a recent bride. drew Sullivan and Henry Hardee "',J!
Eerrle. Church School Supt. Orran.at CHURCH OP Annie Geiger have returned home I
Church School CHRIST this
Roy Matbews Mrs. H. C Brown group on Tuesday evening in The home was beautifully dec- were visitors to Jacksonville Saturday ';
JI TrM.nlnapAfae Morning 10 A.WorshipService M. Church School Services Barry Paator Pickup' after visiting relatives In the the First Methodist Church Schoolrooms orated with Fall blossoms The '.,

: P. M. 11 A. M. 19 A. M. Sunday School. Bible Study 2pm. southern part of the state. The meeting was openedby bride received many pretty and Hardee I
IlIe, Morning 10 A. M. Sermon and The Mrs. Ruth Ella Bowers and Henry Othma Sullivanand .
Worship! the Pledge of Allegiance to the useful gifts.After .
Evening Worship 11 A. M. Sundays __ u A. M. Uord's Supper 3pm. children of Boatdraln visited Alfred King were visitors to '
Meeting Mr.
III Service 7:90: P. M. Flag of the United States followed -
Fridays __ evry Sunday number of ,
Sigma Chi 7:30 P. M a games, Mrs. Gainesville
..M.planlet 7:00: p. m. Saturday night. ,: :
"Id" I'00 Tounar P.tn>leLeasru Holy and Mrs. E E Lee Sunday after- by the Scout Oath and \ >,
Meetings Days-l A. M. MIX. ALLIANCE Kelly nerved hot chocolate and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall are I"" &

/rectorva 6:30: P. M. noon.Mr. Laws. The Pledge of allegiancewas cake to the following: Mrs. T. announcing the arrival of a baby J I
and Mra. John B \ :
MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored President! Hlggen- led by Senior Patrol Leader N Norman, mother of the
n N. poweUCIIelr Prayer MeetingWednesday. The Rev. Frank bothan. of St. Augustine and boy on December 9th. Both ,1' '
lan 7:80: P.M. Sponsors: by Robinson Life Scout Arch Thomas, and the Miss Ella Mae Sapp. Mrs. Leroy mother and baby are doing nicely. )"
ot Deacons F. H. 1 Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mrs. A. M. Glisson of East Pa Oath and Laws were led SeniorPatrol ; ,
Mr. Long, J. T. Quigley Vice PresidentThe by No..mlUMrs.. O. E. Crosby of Mrs. J. E. Owsley of Perrine arrived :; ,
KlckllttrCbelrmr.n Rev. latka week-end '
J Organist J. T. Quigley Evangelistic Leslie were guests of Leader, Junior Grade. Life New River, Mrs. Marcus Conner, here '
es Mr.. E. K. PerrymlLn.A..lat..nt Bible Study: each each Service Shl'phl'rdRI'l'r..taryTreaaurer! Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Woodard. Scout Michael' Dew. The Wednesday morning ;
01I. Friday and Sun- openingwas Mrs. Beulah
Kelly Mrs.
powell OrganistBob Tues. evening 7:30 Evelyn having been called to the bedside
,,0. day evening! 1:80: The Kev Fred Yerkes In charge of the .Junior Assistant
I. .. Crosby Mrs. Tate Crosby, Mrs.J. of her sister, Mrs. Ida Hogan.Mr. l i
---- ----- - --- RISINGBy Scoutmaster, Eagle Scout R. Kelly Mrs. W. R. Halslop.Mrs. and Mrs. Forrest Jones of ,

METHODIST I through prayer. "The effectual Mrs. II. II. Lewis Frank Robinson lit. A brief Calven Ward, Mrs. L. A. Perrlne are announcing the arrival -

I Jones fervent prayer of a righteous man talk was given by the Scoutmaster Crosby Mrs. C. C. Crosby Mrs. of a baby girl born Decem-

CHURCH NOTES avalleth much," Jesus. How Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis and the Rev. Frank Robinson Snooks McRae, MIllS Davis and ber 9. Mrs. Jones before her mar

says Mrs. E. J. Lewis ap. nt Sunday after which the members of the Mrs. Eldon Sapp. Miss Jessie and .
little of riage was Owsley
'ents On Ilerehereafter Universal Bible Sunday was observed that character.our prayer today la of to with Mr. and Mrs Newan Mott Troop separated into their patrol has many friends here who are i
at the First Methodist of Brooker. rooms under the leadership of
the of various THERESSAHy sending congratulations.
Church on last Sunday morning at prayers Christians Mrs. Jack their Patrol Leaders. .'
Edwards and little
the 11 o'clock hour. one finds that they have a regular Mrs. A. L. SulllMtn
do not seem so "cocksure"did The pastor round of son. Walne of Crosby Lake spent The Panther Patrol was presented BUS SCHEDULE tk
I set
the Rev. Frank phrases and peti- -
few ago. Robinson conducted tions. Thursday with her parents, Mr. : the pennant for attendance North Bound I.
a years The real spirit of Mr*. Leon Tomlinson of Jack
itl the service and used as his prevailing and Mrs. Walter Underbill. I for the week, being one of Leave Starke: 2:43: a, m., 12:35
twill be no mote war. Man theme "Bringer of Light." During prayer Is lacking. It Is only three patrols to tie for this sonville spent the week-end here p. m.. 1:50:: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:13 i
Kfar to fight. He his when the object of a prayer Is Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby I pen with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
advanced sermon Mr Robinson pointedout nant during the month of November p. m.. 10:15: p. m.South .
deep in were business visitors to Palatka' R. )f. .
our hearts that we feel Hersey.Mr ,. I ,
jflitgrown; his beast Instincts) the universal need for the ; the Mohican patrol having Bound rid' V

going to make a newt Bible In the age In which we now the real power of intercession Thursday.Olen possession of this banner for the and Mrs. Everett! Harris of 'I.' Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20 '

tI1 It will be the kind of Jive and of how If properly used Then, too little time Is spent inl I Johnson Mrs. A. G. Mels- past week and the Wolf Patrol Waldo spent Sunday with Mrs. a. m., 2:20: p. m. 5:20: p. m.

L we plan." That is the way would be a means of establishing private prayer People are too ter and their mother Mrs. Rosa having possession for the week Harris' mother, Mrs. Lydia Hall. West Bound to Tallahassee! n"

ulstlc preachers and educa- right relationships among the busy with other things to take Fredick, of Miami spent part of of December 17th. The Mohican Mrs J. W. Moore and sons, Leave Starke: 5:33: p. m. arrive 1
time out to really to Go 1. last week with Mr and Mrs. W. and Charles I IS
talking twenty-five people of the world. The Choir pray < Patrol keeping possession of the Byron of Valdosta Starke 12:35: p. m. 9
were I When men learn that they ought C. Conner. Ga., are visiting Mrs. Moore's I, 4
Then the first World assisted in the service by most banners for Church Attendance For free pick-up service (with
lago. always to pray and faint not Mrs. M. J. Fouts and daughter, aunt Mrs Ida Hogan. 6/C/
came, and there has been no beautifully rendering Heyward'santhem and Advancement, for the entire in city limits) phone Lacy Conway ;
I then they will have a more blessed Mrs. Alice Crosby returned home We
ilnce. "Song of the Sta.." month. are sorry to report Miss! agent.
e life. Wednesday af tel' visiting In
odernlsm Is still with us but The evening service was con- Palatka and arbervllle.M. The construction of the Scout

I'll' i little less brazen though ducted by the pastor, assisted by TABKKNACLKThere crowds In at- ... and Mrs. L. L. Conner of huts was paramount In the think- GIVE YOURSELFA
subtle and more dangerous the Young People's Choir The large ing and planning of the membersof
Gum Branch and Mrs. ROMa Fre-
tendance at the Bible conferenceheld CHRISTMAS PRESENT !
can not understand subject for the the
i writer evening was "Liv Troop. The materials for
dick of Miami dinner
were guestsof
at the Tabernacle last week.
L 1 nan has ever had the "big ing a Thousand Lives." The Young these huts now being sawed out
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner
Dr. V. C. Keltord
d r He has always been a People's Choir sang as a special brought some Sunday. and delivery of the lumber is ex- h

ore. God started' him off well- selection the Christmas carol, "It very some splendid Bible studies charts using to ITrs. Norman M c Rae and pected within the next few days. FREE

He had the responsibility came upon the midnight clear." well-designed The Container Corporation of
Illustrate his There daughter, Miss Bernice McRae, of
aipervising a beautiful garden Special organ selections were rendered messages. Palatka were visiting Mr. and America through Its representative -

1 he was In position to \live a by Mrs. K. K. Ferryman was special music provided Mrs. H. II. Lewis Wednesday L. D. Vining, made as a gift
throughout the services Mr. Geo.
r leisurely life. He failed. to the troop all the timber necessary -
Sunday evening service will be a F. (Pop) Tibblttes was there with Mr. and Mrs W. C. Conner
to live his own for these huts. The
he began trees
presentation Allen
Hackett'splay his boys one night. Rev. Enfield were visiting Mr and Mrs.
i ud make his own fortune "Thank God for Song" This of Lawtey brought his baritone Raleigh Conner of Saxton Saturday were cut and are being sawed Into 6 PIECES ROGERS SILVERWARE
r'f time he got his garden of will be proper types of material needed
play directed by Mrs. D. night.
horn and Mrs. 'Ick assisted
lion where it was in any- P. Carpenter and will be presented Mr Gomes at the Wyi other Mr. and Mis. Russell Carter and by N. G. Hayes of llrooker. A I Enough To Set One Place

Uke good condition, he hasifIIIlt by members of the Co-Ed class, The outstanding was piano. children i were visiting Mr. and gift of $1 .00( from the Rotary I LIVEN AWAY AHSOLUTELY GRATIS

i up by an explosion of his of which she la Teacher and Elmo livered Sunday night message on the de-I Mrs. Bert Shaw Sunday. Club sponsors of the Troop, at I WITH EVERY $.10 IN TRADE. SEE IT AT

i depravity. Struth is the President. This is ject. "Believers who don't believe Mrs. J. H. Smith and little the close of the year last June has e
Ellen have a feeling that some- a dramatic Christmas service and I ," The children's chorus daughter. Frances, of Jackson- been added to by the members of
the and of lot
I la about to happen now but depicts the scenes and circum- in every service and did ville are spending a while with Troop purchase a
the American hall
r do not really know what Is stances leading up to the writingof admirably Other Bible speakersof : her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. joining Legion H. Smith Starke Fla. .
thus made also the -
,tag upon them. Men apart one of the beat known and I International reputation will and M,... J. R. Taylor. was possible ,
for the of the
i God's prophetic Inspiration. most loved Christmas carols., be here during the winter season. Mr. and Mrs. Hllery Winn. paying sawing

}i mighty poor prophet. Even Characters will be portrayed as. The regular services will be held Mark Lee Crosby and Miss Fran- timbers was made without solici

i military leaders of the world follows: The Herald Angel Mrs. Friday and( Sunday nights of this cis Mathews of Tampa spent Sun- tation of any funds. This fund WK SERVE: ONLY

; out" In their prophecieswhat James Richard I Walnwrlg ; week. There will be interestingBible day with their uncle and aunt. from the Rotary Club was made TIlE BEST r
efforts of
( would be the military Father Joseph Mohr. the Parish studies. Friday night's sub M... and Mrs. H. H Lewis and possible through RICH AND CLEAN j
the President of the Club duringthe
I of the present war. If Priest of Oberndorf, Frank Robinson ject will be "Seven Things that were accompanied home by their' of 1938-June 1939 C. I I JERSEY MILK ,t, "

a sent know the future as it ; Frances Gruber, organist of Men used for God;" Sunday 'smother' Mrs. Alice Crosby. year The membersof Vlnltom Always'N'
Howell Nasworthy.
tAiped by his own ambitions. the parish church and village night's, "A Proper Child. Mrs Alice Crosby spent Thuis- that the Wcilcoine I s;"j,
the are hoping
f/ gravity, and his planning schoolmistress, Miss Alice Fer A special program will be held day with Mrs.-Lonnie Crosby.GRAHAM .
huts will be completed and the S &IU- Sooth on .
ann i he in his unregenerated nandez; Maria orphan girl who on the evening of Friday, De- .
grounds made ready for the reception lCd IS e
Ifate know what plans the In- works for Father Mohr, Miss cember 22nd.Presbyterian. of friends and visitors +

x14> God has for the future of Juanlta Barefoot; Otto, organ- --. Ity Mrs. L. C. Smith during National Scout Week

II loll world? We who know pumper In the church, James Den- -
Church which will be observed by the :
|la and who know and believe nis; Fritz, a friend of Otto, Elmo Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton and t'
Local In elaborate manner .
Troop an .i{
|II Word know what is coming. Struth; Adolf, organ-mender from Will HaveCandlelight 'I family of the Waldo section were February 8-14 1940. '/ $

11 i may be details concerning Zlllerthal. A. W. Anderson, Jr In visiting his other and sisterinlaw -

f future which we are not now Tableau will be the following ServiceThe Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mel- The construction of the Totem ;:

i potition to grasp, but He has members of the Young People's Annual Candlelight Vesper ton. Sunday. Poles to be placed on this Scout "' .."

reeled to us In His prophetic Division, Leonard Smith, Ida Lulu Service to be given in the First Miss Caudle Hazen who la attending lot was also discussed and reported
Ford the big events. Jesus Is Davis, Mack Futch, Lyle Anderson Sun Camp Roosevelt at Ocala on. The
Presbyterian, Church day. Life Scout Leon- r
mine! back some day. "The Lord Steve Weldon. E. L. Molpas was visiting her parents Mr. and the leadership ATH .
December 24, at :5:30 p. m. ard Smith. J..., mill holds first EWS'z
shall give unto Him the will read the Scripture during the Mra. J F. Hazen, last week-end.

p rone of his father David." That play. The other members of the The Yuletide program will fea- Jewett Fogg of the Universityof place In the matter of construc- I .
ture Organist, Violinists Flutist! tion.
clesr. That Is definite. David'swas Co-Ed Class will compose the Florida spent the week-end +
Cello 1st, Soloists, a Reader and
in Jerusalem. It Is choir and will render two special with his mother, Mrs. C. Fogg. Life Scout Arch Thomas Jr.. .. (

> down. If Jesus is to have selections. Miss! Alice Fernan Junior Chorus.A Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hall of who will\ receive his rank of Eagle DAIRY V \

< I must be rebuilt. "I will r.- dez will render special violin deeply' religious spirit will Starke were visiting In Graham Scout on the 28th of this month

ned will build again the Tab- solos. A cordial invitation Is ex- prevade the atmosphere when the Saturday. was notified of an Invitation to STARKE. FLORIDA 9SEY t"

rn of David which Is fallen tended for everyone to come and holiday season Is ushered In by I Forrest Reynolds of Jacksonville attend the Rotary Club luncheonon .' 'i t

i" God 'and all Inspirational Christmas music relatives last December 20th At this time
said that Why not worship with us at any was visiting
lit? Why do preachers try of our services.On under the able direction of Miss week. his success In advancing to the ONE QUART LIQUIDSEALEDBB48 1 1"r

make these words figurative? the -Sunday evening follow Alice Fernandez who has sparedno Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johns and' highest rank that Scouting offers '

Yep treat no other literature Dee 24th) the Union Christmas efforts In making the event daughter of Starke and Mr. and will be recognized by this sponsoring ,:"
ing (
they treat the Bible. Them service will be held In the one long to be remembered for It.artlst..y Mrs. P. S. Crews and son of Rai- group.Necessary ,k- "

of war. the spirit of unrest I First Methodist Church with the and charm. Much creditis ford were visiting Mr. and Mrs. i absence of the Scout.J,

e releasing of 'pent-up" human 1 other Churches and ministers of due Miss Fernandez, director, George RIver. Sunday. master during a major portion of ,

"08, the spirit of apostasy. the city taking part on the pro- and Mrs Kllery: M. Davis, organ I, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Mlckler of ''I the meeting left the Troop In '.

f,e releasing of "pent-up" human Special vocal and instru- ist. I I Washington, D. C., who have been charge of the Junior Assistant e se ':.c;

I III>, and many other "signs of the gram.mental numbers will be presented.The The selections to be given have I visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Scoutmaster Eagle Scout Frank '\:

lIU.*" do not prove that Jesus Is Union Watch Night Service all been chosen for their beauty fin left Sunday for Grlf-I' Robinson, III. Assisting him '.r

IIIlng back. These signs simply will be held In the First Baptist and dignity and for their suitability I Mr. and Mrs. Ancll were Senior Patrol Leaders, Life r /

dlcate to this altered occasion. I and children of Hellbronn Springswere Scouts Arch Thomas and Knon: '
that His coming Is prob- Church on the evening of December I 1
The program will be as follows: Mrs Norman's and Senior Patrol Leader ;
P'y visiting
near He said He was com- 31st Full detail! of these parents Hayes; t 1
r. He does not have to prove services will appear in next week's I Processional" "Come All Ye Mr. and Mrs. R. M Junior Grade, Life Scout Michael r
bat Faithful,, "Still Grows the Even- 4ii
He son Sunday. Dew.
gays Heaven and earth JOhn-I
issue of the Telegraph. I t
ay Ing" (Dickinson) "No Candle WasThere" Mrs. Cleo Trice and
Pass satls-
away but His words do service each William Morgan having l
Prayer meeting Lehmann), "Virgin's Lull-
t (
of Gainesville
daughter were
pare all the -
away. He has magnified 7:30 o'- I factorly passed requirements ,
at : I
Wednesday evening aby" (Peeryl), Junior Choir; Mrs. Mattle Griffin Sunday -
M Word visiting admitted
; about His own name. Is cordially Invited j; of a Tenderfoot was ""I
'I clock. Everyone Christmas Scripture and Prayer '
[ who know and believe what into membership of the .
f to attend. The Reverend Charles H. Allen; F Hazen his .
aid never have to apologize J. was visiting Troop and placed In the Mohican
?eII we speak of the future I The Woman's Society for Christian "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" brother and Hlster-ln-law, Mr. and I Patrol. This addition brings the ..&

rite these down In the Service will hold Its regular Evelyn Stump soprano; "Hark Mr Barney Dillard, In Kustl present membership of the Troopto

I"ek of your things Jesus is monthly business meeting In Che the Herald Angels Sing", "Joy to last weekend He also visited)I 30 registered members .

memory. Church at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. the World," "Silent Night. Six- his daughter, Miss Caudle Hazen
g again. In l l1
You can depend Join In with others our com-
December 18th. teen Strings; "The First Noel"- Roosevelt Ocala. '
'at at Camp -1,
He this
said It. That settles munity and help build out of
'Is .-- Traditional Mary Alice Yar- Mr. and Mrs. David Kelley and .,f
J1' going to raise the right- troop a fine group of future citizens
HALL brough flutist; "Lo How a Rose 'Mrs. Eunice Box; and ,
dead MISSION ly
and translate living of Starke. Boost Scouting. r
k4' to I E'er Blooming" ( Praetorlus). Miss Mamie Kelley of Starke attended .. I ,;.
meet Him in the -
He AND TABERNACLE "Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mild"Saar services at the Christian {,It'I
comes. You can find Bambino" (Yon). SUNNY BROOK FARM .
P", ( ), "Gesu Church Sunday. '
:aPter definitely stated In the 4th The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw was I Junior Choir; "Hungarian Carol" Mr and Mrs. O. O. Graves and ny Mrs. Floyd 1C. Crosby .'t
bang 1st Thessalonians. He the speaker at the regular Tues i I (Zoltan Kodaly) Vocal Trio; little daughter. Shirley of Day- 'Ilt
later to alt on David'srah ) at the ., ,
Bible study
fOlie day night "Christmas Eve. 1939" (Thomas tona Beach were visiting rela- Mr. and Mrs Hilton Dunkleyand .

.and"M be the King of this Mission Hall. His message was I Sugrue), Reading by Martha tives Monday.Mr. Mrs. Mabel Denmark of Jacksonville Experienced poultry the animal proteins, ; f
ye suffer with Me you all. The children are
enjoyed by Mathews; "Christmas" (Mary and Mrs. C. J. Frazier were were visiting Mrs. Eve ''r'
reign found that
.II with Me."-That lawhatf of raisers have the cereal and mineral
bq memorizing longer passages Rowe Shelley) John Powell ten- visiting in Starke Saturday. Iyn Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. J.,
f-BaCk said to us who are saved. Scripture now and we are sure or: Manger scene In pantomime"In R. Kelly Sunday afternoon. It pays to feel l Tuxedo elements, including .

ord" Never to God! Back to His this will mean much to them In a Manger" (R. Klngsley), Dew Violin. Mary Alice Yar- Fate Brown of Plant City spent Eggmash in either manganese, their laystash t

*y mind what men say. later years. "We Three Kings" (Hopkins). brough violin Alice Fernandez one night here last week with his or pellet form ers need. Come In, let
may well but they the basis I
mean Mr. Cutshaw used as Watched" violin. Fay Yarbrough ;
".n don't know. The future of of his message the last portionof Traditional"While Shepherds, "Gloria In Excelsls Junior Choir Evelyn mother. Mrs. Arle Brown. They 'have. found) they us explain why you get ( '

c*world and the future of the the fifth chapter of James. In Deo" (Megarey), Junior Choir. Louise Stern. Margie Mathews.M, Mr and Mrs. Lonzle Alvarez get morr eggs: al lower greater, feeding value

are held In a "nail-pierced speaking of prayer, he pointed out Shepherds, Kings, and Mary; Postlude -, Jean Davis. Francine Fisher -,, and daughter: of Starke were. net cost, Itfcautf Tuand increased profits "
and Mr.land
ndThe scars In Hl. bands how Elijah had brought on a to the World:' Personnel ty :McRae, Dorothy Lamb Eleanor : -\ visiting Mrs. Inez Kelly
1a< feet and HI. aide are the drought for three and a half years -- Candlellghters Richard St. John, Alice St. John, Fay! Mrs. Alton Dobbs Sunday aft- edo KKgrnanli: contains with. Tuxedo Elf/ma.h./
'Pt showing that He has pur- Mathews; Kings I Yarbrou h. Mary Alice Yar- ernoon.

bM Savior. Yes, of Wateroak were
world does not belong to Hit- to our John Shepherds Jimmie Grlf- Preceding the program Richard! and children

I(' to Mussolini to Japan to the also to us who are saved. St. Richard; Jackson; "Mary": Jackson and Roger Mathews will visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tale Crosby

Jnil' Empire| to America' to the Remember that we who are under I fis Mrs., Charles Allen; Ushers Mr.\ kindle the cathedral tapers, by, Sunday. S. A. L. Depot Starke, Fla,

I11** States or to any one or His blood and are saved by His C. A. Knight Mr\ and Mrs. E. M. the light of which the :Muslcalej I I Floyd Crosby and William j
Sy with Him. visitors to
i Government. It belongs to grace are Joint-heirs Decorations and will be given. i( Crosby were business $

?Virgin-born Son of God. Itr'angs Lift up your heads you distressed Davis; A cordial Invitation Is extended Gainesville Monday TUXEDO T 'll" GNNW
It Is dark know But Ladles' co.tumes'l tol Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and
to One who wore a crown saints. Accompanist, to members of all churches and ALL
i tarns. It belongs to One who It Is always darkest Just before M.Allen Davis; Sixteen ,all lover of Christmas music I I children.: Wanda. Mary Aylce. Rus-l MASHI ,

i" Bounded feet wounded hands the dawa.
t .

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with the various ''Ii:.-.--.---.-,-.-"-.-.-----,,_._ _
pose his ambitions. Experts see the possibility Carolyn CallstreetContinued now the fax: airbase _
radford County Telegraph\ { of Russia moving slowly and steadily I Govt.and the Banana River pro- FLOWERS
from four)
...t"bll"I\.1 1877 forward until all the small Balkan and Baltic ( page ject, too Says Its the best All order filled with! 'aretui I
my football uniform break he ever had Congratulations Lion I for the requirement Cllllhi
nations either absorbed or puppetsof ?' Ihr
are Everyone seemed to enjoy the Burrhead. but I do hateto Special I I attention KKen hUh(

J'UhU..hed'I'Jt'kly. on Friday! and< Entered us Second the U. S. S. R.-a technique which the dance at the Armory Under- see you leave for Cocoa economy. 'II prumptnrh

CIUH. Multf-r at the Pont Office at Starke, Fla. Nazis pursued with great success in Central stand quite a few slags sat on the lie's further depopulating Starkeby
Europe when they placed the Swastika over sidelines all evening If they taking Junior McDonnell and Mrs. L. G.
and Powell
could have been "wound up" Frow Strickland with him
Czechoslovakia Austria and much of Po I'hone
would 123-j
into action the evening
ME/V\.BER. Postofflce Personalities: Blake
land. And then they pessimistically pre- have been a real success Jackson behind the stamp win- ..----.---.------.---
vRiDA \ dict a combination of Russia and Germany Alice Anderson's bird supper dow these days Helpln' out
\ V) honoring Ann Terry (that gorge- rush, no
(whose ideologies are obviously Doming:: near- with the Christmas
..?: 94uvd)& ouBgeorgiagal() was something to Postmaster Stump does
to all the time) to dominate the en- doubt ;IIVIbllpiiH
L. Mathews ______'________ Editor and Owner er jibing worry over rulssln' Quail away with three packs of clggles l
i 0 m i iI
tire hemisphere. were fried, then steamed I a day, but doesn't Inhale I e
So much for prophecy. When it comesto Makes 'em twice as tasty, they John Powell is keep In' the road I I.d..c I '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE say Better ask Alice for her hot to Gainesville of late, and he II thiill'Il, 'o

Yearly.( $ISO; Klx" Months, 75c I'ayublo In Advance actual facts, it does seem! that Russia's recipe I isn't going to school, either iiuioil 114o
latest venture has served to throw more Saw one of those "Do Your ,
.\lh'ertlKlngltutell on ApplicationThin asked me to
light on the European situation. Germanyand Christmas Shopping Early" post I acknowledge The Telegraph communications during ; .? ?.,-? .,, ,( ;; ;!r ,,.,.; :" "' fy fH.
ers the other day The "Early"had
Russia are apparently true allies and been crossed out and the sign( the past week from two faith- 9' 0 1
Enemy Attacks ful subscribers Johnny Hagannow ... ......- ..,...... ... >.... .!> ..,
in of read Your Christmas Shop- ; .i'ir'L---'- 5'M'Ti
Without Benefit of Airplanes e are working together questions policy, : "Do in Clifton Forge, Va He : i t *'
ping PLEASE" Spec the /
Russian air forces bomb cities in Fin- even though their troops have not yet storekeeper was gettln' anxious expects to be here for Christmas /

to the lives of innocent fought side by side. The small nations are Hope he makes It And
land without regard
definitely lined now on the side of the Bassinet Bulletin It's boy for Lena Belle( Morris, now In Decatur In Paris Sets
killed and the up : a Evening SI.00
ivilians; a small child is Georgia She likes Ga., to $|
Martha and Glenn Wood A
democracies. Italy has just about disruptedthe
'hole world grows indignant. Men and nine-pound boy, at that 'I clay all right, but says she gets Coty SetsAirmaid S 1.00 to $1
Rome Berlin axis. The Italian de- and then
press homesick now
the every
women thousands of miles away Looks as if the gals of 1960 will
eene of the outrage become "mad enough nounced Russia's invasion of Finland, and have plenty of escorts, what with for, some "good ole Florida sand" Hosiery -- 81.00 to $|

the brutal uniformed fascists held public meetings of Junius M Smith, Jr., Thomas Lucien Lelong Perfumes __
t.) fight, and roundly denounce Telfair Long, Jr., and Glen( E. Gotta stop now and start my u- SLOOtof
which not disturbed the
protest were
aggressor.: po Wood, Jr., Mr. Stork has gone Christmas shopping So many Comb and Brush Sets $1.98
----------- to
lice. It seems obvious that Mussolini hates Interesting things around town $
I'd --
it is for the childrenof plumb "boy crazy say j
How unfortunate Stalin even more than he loves Hitler, and And speak In' of bassinets, have Have you explored the local Ladies Wrist Watches _____u_-- $1.98 to $
Bradford County that disease is not as seen the one in which T. I shops yet? If not, you've got
'that if he is at last unsuccessful in his des- you
colorful and exciting an enemy as a Russian L. Jr., reposes? It's a T'I! some pleasant surprises com(in' Yardley Compacts ----- _____uu__ $1.50 to $
perate attempt to keep .out of the war, he : . Better get busy .
airplane.Last. will throw his lot with the democracies.One Rabbit Robbins and his So long See you in the Cutex SetsDeVilbiss ------------------ 50 to $

week our county health nurse an- interesting phase of the Russian- will swing; out at the Nat'l. Guard I next Carolyn Atomizers -.-- --- $ .60to $
nounced that in an examination of 443 dance In the new Armory Chrlst-I
German cooperation is the chaos now involv- __. h _
school children in the first seven grades, mae night Oh, boy I
infected ing the Communist party in the United That'll be extra special The I XMAS Compacts '
fifty-five percent were found to be States. To put it mildly, it has been split : Rabbit has a swell bund now .1.1I Beautiful Chrome
with hookworm disease. Perhaps these as- I He played at the Daytona Beach I
wide Well known sympathizers have Trimmed
tounding figures made some impression on open. pier this summer to the dally de- i
resigned from its councils unable to stomach / Enameled: Case.
light of Jitterbugs They say
the mothers and fathers of Bradford County,
what they regard as Stalin's cynical disre- he had jam sessions like you see SPECIALt r $1.00 upNorrls
but certainly there was no wave of indig- Lenin's in the movies Better start
gard of principles. The American I
nation such as would have been evidencedif now breakin' in a new pair of

a Russian plane had endangered the life public generally seems to view Russia with shoes I BILL FOLDS Ten & l'
almost the same profound distaste with Heard sumpin or other about a
of even one innocent boy or girl. which it regards Nazi Germany. Gone for- dance at the Legion Hall tonight, I Ask about our special priceon $1.00 up & $5.00
The deplorable prevalence of hookwormcases but I'm not lookln' In on it till\ I,
ever is the day when the world at large look- WSaitsnan
see the Junior Class play( Grained Leatherwlfh Streamlined j
school children is one thing Washing, Polishing
among our be of. ed toward the U S. S. R. as a potential ally I Mrs. Chalker, Mrs Sewell und i, 4 I large 1"1 __".. sign: In lad
that Bradford County cannot proud of democratic powers. Grace Wainwright have given a compartments. I ""d..U3" I color effectAmity
We like to boast of.,our berry fields, our lot of time (a la gratis) to coach- !, ..Waxing your car for the '
hunting and O ing the actors and it ought be I5iIlfoldsX f ?l1 IV E.
healthful climate good
our __ $1.00 to $
Has The Real Next President good It'll be worth my money holidays.
and beautiful lakes, but we
fishing our
Been Heard From Yet? jus' to hear Grace Dewing the Flashlights. __ ._ __h .19 to $
would never get anywhere advertising the "South American Way" ---.
fact that more than half our school childrenare While European nations are absorbed A bevy of local beauties en-I Yardley Shaving Sets __1____ $

hookworm victims. Yet the condition with their battle fronts, there is much activ- joyed Artillery the Of little fleets dance out given on Sand by I EVERYTHING FOR Airmate Tie & Handkerchief Sets $

exists and we must give it publicity if any ity on the domestic political front. The"hopefuls" Hill Lake last Friday night i
YOUR CAR'S NEEDS Mickey Mouse Watches ______ $
headway is ever to be made toward eradication of both national major partiesare A uniform always goes over big u

busy as bird dogs as time marches on with the ladles, you know, and Men's Wrist Watches __..3?_...____.__ $1.50 to $
they reportthe officers were justas < .
The success or failure of the campaign and the convention dates come nearer. nice as their outfits The I Christmas Tree Lights __, ___ ,

depends entirely upon the cooperation of bn the Republican side of the fence, the gala are all a-dither over the newNat'l. EXPERT REPAIR WORK
Guard Camp being go near KOl ks ___ _._______ $1.00 b$
mothers and fathers of school-age children. Dewey-for-President movement i s getting
The aspect of 10,000 men ELECTRICAL WELDING
The State of Florida does its part-it places" under way; is well organized and is being around the place at one time Is

the necessary medicine in the hands of par- aggressively pushed. But the political "ex enough to set their pretty heads Complete Line of Xmas Wrapping

ents, free of charge. All they are asked to perts" don't give the young prosecutor muchof awhirl Music was furnished Paper Seals etc. lOc eachCanova's
W. Anderson's ,
A. a.
do is to see that the treatment is given to a chance. It is thought that men highin by, Wish I could boast p. system of his Conway's Service
the child. Many instances have been reported the party, such as still-powerful Herbert I collection of records HIgh- Station & GarageLacy -

however, where parents failed even in Hoover, feel that Dewey is too inexperiencedand light of the evening was the
Conway Prop.
: ,
the performance of this small duty, thus that his views on big national policies man"orange breaks dance"on another When he hands one Starke, FloridaHide Pharmcb

placing their children under a serious han- aren't well enough known. He has a far over an orange in exchange for

dicap that might? follow them beyond their better chance for the vice-presidential nom- the girl( The guy who holds Fla. :Motor Line Busses STARKE FLORIDA

school days and curtail their earning powerin ination, they say. At the moment, the odds the orange when the music stops ,
has to eat it, peelln' and all .
later life. It is n thoughtless mother or seem to favor the nomination of some man That orange really made the

father who would not go to a little extra long experienced in public office. A con- rounds: Think I'll take some &K32gg ]ee3 MgcM

trouble in order to help insure the future ofa siderable group backs minority leader Mc- citrus fruit to the next dance here "

child-especially when the insurance can Nary, regardless of the fact that he comes .little. Maybe. It'1pep\ things up a J9 ( '\ c gI

be had without any expenditure of funds from such a politically insignificant stateas It happened some time ago, but; .

whatsoever. Oregon-a tough obstacle to overcome.On It just got around to me One

O the Democratic side, handsome Paul Mrs.dark.: John night Capo about(who two O'ClOCk,1 I

At Last We See The U. S. 8. H. McNutt, ex-governor of Indiana, and ex- Dar'by's) heard an awful noise',

In Its True Colors High Commissioner of the Philippines, is around the chicken coop (In back'

If It is yet impossible to overestimate the well out 'for the nomination. Ills friends of the grocery Somebody. was
evidently making a raid Hop-:
grave importance of Russia's current attackon claim he has the support of everyone from log to do a good turn, she wentto i

the plucky little country of Finland. This the President down. But here again the the window and hollered, "Put

boldfaced aggression came as a fearful political "experts" shake their heads and that chicken back where you gotIt
!" Imagine her chagrin
shock to the European neutrals who have proclaim that the McNutt drive is much ado I when the voice that answered

been moving Heaven and Earth in their effort about very little. Many of his friends' was that of Night Marshal Walter, ANY MANVIin OWNS;; A C lit "'., THESE; :
1 5ILi. '
to keep the war from spreading. Re- claims SHcoB) He had found a stray AI PRECIATE ONE Ur
of high political endorsement have FINE AUTOMOTIVE.GIF.S.
chicken in the street and was also THE AUTO
percussions were strongly felt-even in the been vehemently denied by the supposed endorsers trying to do a ,good turn by put- STORE. AND REMEMBER, A GIFT FOR THE CAR IS A LIFT;

United States. Columnist Paul Mallon, and it is said that Jim Farley's opinion ting !it back in the coop! s9 FOR TilE ENTIRE FAMILY! COME IN .
speaking of the reaction of our own government of McNutt is far below zero. Big Jim, Merrill McMillan In town last, fa '
week-end Has a swell job
officials, said of the Finnish Invasion: a man who makes and keeps legions of I M FOG LIGHTS I TW1I

"-There is not a mind on high which does friends, still comm a n d s the Democratic MATCHED'

not privately believe this is Sarajeva"inother machine, and it is difficult to see how any FLORIDA THEATREGAINESVILLE. ,I $2.25 HORNS

words, that the fuse has been lighted man he opposes could possibly get the nec- FLA. Modernly designed to a $4.45
which might blast localized into Program for the week beginning( conform
a J
essary nominating votes. with the latest auto model. that 11
December 15, 1939 '
general European war. Full chrome! Here la m accessory.f
In the meanwhile, President Roosevelt plated. 1 nted-lfi the f
always w
One thing is apparent, in the view of keeps inten- LAST TIMBfl TODAY the cer.
everybody guessing as to his Alice Faye Warner Baxter feet gift for
most reporters: and that is that Russia's! tions concerning a third term in the White In I g MAZDA XMAS

action was an example of totalitarian power House. As soon as he announces one way or "BARRICADE"Saturday LIGHT OUTFIT 15PLATEBATTERY

politics at its brutal worst. Stalin's argu- the other, the political bigwigs will know
ment that the Finns started the trouble and Only 63c to $1.49 1
more definitely "where they're at. HOL'BLR' KK\TIRR PIlOGn'I
threatened Russian territory is discounted O Sidney Toler Lynn Bart $5.35willi *

exactly 100 percent by most unbiased ob In o C Here'. a '
The Message of Bible Sunday "CHARLIK: CIIAN IN THE CITY MASTER MIXERS power v which m e 21
servers. It isn't ,logical that a nation of 3- I E Guaralltl'td'
Should Re Taken To Heart OF DARKNESS"also tartlnf.
000,000 people would threaten one of 150- I $9.15
000,000. The most plausible explanation is Last Sunday was Universal Bible Sun- Jane Withers Joe Brown. Jr.I I up ..22 RIFLES

that Russia saw an opportunity to gain at day in all churches and the observance I In ; and .410 ShoiIRONS

minimum cost a long-desired territory. She should have moved church-going Americans 111011 SCHOOL"Siintlur I TOASTERS98c

knew that It is virtually impossible for Eng- to reflect on the significance of the best-II A Hnnnmr, i, '

land and France to aid the Finns, and Ger- selling book of all ages and to read it more Claudette Colbert In Henry Fonda I i to $6.10BICYCLES $1.10 to $4.95

many, whether she likes it or not, claims; to often, not only as good literature, but as a "DRt'lSLONG THE |I

i be solidly behind the Soviet desire to domin- guide to everyday conduct.As MOHAWK I RADIOS WAGONS TRICYCLES

ate the Scandinavian nations. one of our exchanges remarked: Tnn.,. & W.
The greatest fear now is that the invasion "How sound a basis the teachings of Ann Sothern -'In William Gargan 9 $22.95 $9.85 up $ .95 up $1.05 uPI
of Finland was simply the first stepin the Bible have been for our institutionslegal -

a grim 'plan which Stalin has long had in cultural, philanthropic, and social-is I Thurs., FrL, (Dec. 21-22) WESTERN

mind, and which he was smart enough to plain to see; they have been, and still can be, Jean Hersholt Dorothy LovettIn I AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

hold back until other major powers were so just as beneficial in guiding individual lives MKET DR. CHRISTIAN" c V. S. ST. JOHN.

engrossed that they could not effectively op to happiness and usefulness." Owner

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