Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1948
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02992
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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j Colder Weather 4 New County :Officials I

I I ". t. t ,,4 t '..', ,i.\ Slows Berry Down OutputColder Take- Office Next' Tuesday \

Asked To PresentCommissions
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weather over the weekend Commissioners Will -
t.... had the effect of slowing!
"f... Attend
..". ,,, I I .. t... ." down but did not entirely halt Inauguration ; To Their Boards '\
'' strawberry shipments from the
Postpone MeetingThe
( << . Staiko Farmers Market. I
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.j. . the week 961 crates Board of Come next Tuesday January
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'j were shipped from the market sioners of Bradford County, In a 4th four new, comparatively
at an average of $813. Receiptsto "youthful" faces will be seen in
called meeting on December 22
: i.; : growers. are estimated at $7,- the Bradford County courthouse. |
,!j ": 85660.: decided to hold its reorganization The faces will be those of "na-

!! .f ,.. The warm weather that prevailed meeting of the new Boardon tit tive sons" who rook to the hust-

iJt. : until last week gave ber- Wednesday, Jan. 5, in order t ings last spring and persuaded

: . ; ries here an early start, with to permit the members, both a sufficient number of voters to
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shipments beginning! in a small holdovers and newly elected, to place the coveted X mark in frontof
'V o.1lJ't. way the week before Christmas.So their names. After receivingthe
... .. .'. .' attend the Inauguration of Governor Democratic nomination In the
". ". .. .. far this season a total of
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..: Fuller Warren In
: Tallahassee
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1,261 crates has been shipped, spring primaries, came the mere
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tl ..: ;; t r on January 4. The "oh "
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I bringing growers around $10- formality (since none had opposition -
( -1 Board will hold
its regular meet-
286.60. ) of election in the November ]
I.. .f"" ing Monday.
; ." Rain last week had the effectof General Election.
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rotting much ripening fruit Tho new Board of CommlHSlon- I P D. Reddish, whose term as 1
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: f ers will be of holdover
and consequently shipments this composed County Commissioner expires
week were not as heavy as ex members M. O. Harrell, E. Ij. I January 1, will take over the
.. pected. Crawford, and T. C. Chastaln, duties of Sheriff of Bradford

...,....,.. .'" __ ...... ..' "..,. "'' and new members Ira Wilson andJ. P. 'I). REDDISH County, succeeding A. O. Andreu I
-- -- C. Prevatt. Members
retiringfrom Sheriff-flert who has filled this office since I

.\S ON CALL STREET, 1M8.! For the benefit of homesick, Starklteg everywhere who High School Cagers the Board are P. D. Reddish 1936. Sheriff Andreu was not a

|,d nor get back to Call Street for the holidays. tie Telegraph present this unusual night photoh Resume Schedule and J. L. Wynn. candidate for re-election becauseof

by veteran Starke photographer, J, C. Hoove.. The inlet section shown as even those who haven Mayor Pleased Next TuesdayThe The sentiment of the Board ill health The new Sheriff is |
seemed to be that all of successful
the Commissioners a farmer of the HeU-
away from Starke a long time will doubtless know, is Call anti Walnut The colored lights,
would attend and that bronn section and plans to move I
I h festoon the street were placed early In December by the city light department, and added aye BHS basketball schedule,
County Officials who could to Starke after he I
soon beginshis
i holiday atmosphere to the scene. Merchants along Call Street reported business generally bet- With Quiet XmasMayor Interrupted for the holidays, will conveniently do so were urgedto ,b term.

| than expected, and some did a larger volume than a year ago, because at long last, they could be resumed next Tuesday, Jan. 4, attend what promises to be Guy Andrews Navy veteran I

LD larger stocks, of the items always popular at Christmas time. when both teams boys and girls, the most colorful and impressive and young Starke businessman
to Chiefland
Jake P. Roberts announced journey Inauguration In the history of I will assume the duties) of the
The schedule for the remainderof
yesterday that only four
arrests, on minor charges, were the season U as follows: Florida. tI Tax Assessor' office on January
lowly;/ Scrub Oaks May Prove Valuable made by the city police force Jan. Chiefland, there Similar action was not taken .. 4, succeeding veteran assessor B2.

from midnight Thursday, Dec. 23. Jan Gainesville, there by the School Board, and tbe W. Hayes., ,Mr. Andrew la the !

be lowly scrub oak which is not only Into the regional wood Planned future research and through midnight Sunday, Dec. Jan. Ketterllnui, here new Board will meet Tuesday for son of O. ,W. ,Andrews, former'

plentiful In the sandhill re- utilization laboratory but also board samples already producedhold 26. Jan. 14-Palatka, there organization, following the regular C. ,. .... County Commissioner of New
'.8 east of Starke has always into one of the Nation's finest. bright promise indeed.. Jan. 18-Lake Butler, here meeting of the old Board on River, and served'durin&' the war
in considered in the goodformg llllls One of Key Men But, as Hills pursues, it ia not "This la quite an Improvementover Jan. Gainesville, here Monday. Personnel of the School as supply officer at the Banana |

class. Of course. Its leaves Hills, one of the key figures In In these boards that the bright. last Christmas season when, Jan. 23--Macclenny. there Board will not undergo any changes A !j Rlvtr.Naval lAir Station.

pretty In the fall and; ,make'\ the new program, is a Jacksonville est future lies. The real future there ,were 17 arrests, one man Jan 28-Palatka, here as the three members who .( vTw .JrVKeHy, long a familiar I

decorations, and it has met boy who married the. former for the scrub oaks, 'and for the dead and one' with his thriiat< Feb Chiefland,,,here, .were up. for.re-election.... (Ba on. 41 rare Found"th. courthouse, will I
limited use as firewood but Sarah Anne Davis of Jacksonville. other hardwoods as well Is to cut," Mayor Roberts said. "I Feb. 4-Fernandlna. there a" Brown. L. T. Johns, and L. A. Wioiiiib Tax 'CoUe :tor'"bf''' Dreg I

and\ large it has been pretty A great football guard and track be seen in the manufacture of want the citizens of Starke to Feb. 8-Waldo, here Canova) did not have opposition. ford County, succeeding C. A.1 1

i discounted as being a tree star at Georgia Tech, Hills received wood pulp for paper. know that I deeply appreciatetheir Feb. Hawthorne, here Holdover members of the School Knight who Is retiring after 20 1

great! value.lit his master's degree in "This seems strange, it la realized cooperation in making the Feb! IS--Lake Butler, here Board are J. S. Norman and II. year In office. Mr. Kelly served

all that may be changed science and engineering there and for the pulp and paper mills holiday season just closed one ota Feb 18--Ketterllnua, there B. Crosby several years as deputy clerk and

t the near future in view of ex- transferring to the University of of the Southeast, almost to a peaceful and law-abiding na I Feb -Macclenny, here GUY ANDREWS more recently has been in the. [

nients under way at the Un- Florida after the war, receivedhis mill, have pulped only the yellow I ture." Feb. 25- .Alachua, hereCAIT. Newcomers Asked Tax Assessor-elect abstract business here
sty, of Florida which indicatet bachelor's degree in Indus- pines and nave produced only' -- -- Harmon P. Morgan haa resignedas I

t the scrub oak may be the trial engineering.Dean kraft paper and paperboard for To Register With principal of the Brooker school

us of bringing vast new in- Joseph Well, of the Uni- wrapping bags and containers," I I City's New Fire Chief Takes Over Duties; Local C of CA and on next Tuesday will become

ries to the state. versity's College of Engineering ; Hills explained. Discusses New Trends In Fighting MethodsStarke's County Superintendent of Public

a recent Issue of the Florida paid high tribute today to the Continuing he declared: "This meeting of the starke Cham Instruction, succeeding Arthur R. j

,eo-Union Jack Troy, staffer energy and Industry Hills and uniformity of output In Itself is new Fire Chief, Capt. ber of Commerce will be held McRae.

: said: all those connected with the labor- not good, for diversification is C. W. Pickett, is "on the Job". a. Ry Thursday night, Jan. 6, at 7:30: 6) fyiar All four of these new official] i
[The once-despised black Jack atory. The amazing progress one of the surest precautions ready to take over his new as- o'clock In the courthouse received their commissions from I

scrub oak, much-maligned as I made, according to Dean Well, against possible future economicills. signment tomorrow. Mrs. Marian Howe, executive the Secretary of State during
ncroached former rich will have a profound effect on Another troubling effect Of Pickett
on pine Capt. retired from the secretary, requests that all tourists December. There will be no formality -
ids, now is being hailed by the Northern paper mills. He for- this production by a single processla Jacksonville fire department last and other visitors now stay- 1} y in connection with their]

Jj utilization laboratory of sees, in the not distant future that the overburdening demandfor week after 22 years of serviceIn Ing in town register at the Cham: taking office, although It is suggested -
Engineering and Industrial an influx: of branch mills in Flori- pine for pulping, even aside that city. He organized the ber office on the courthouse that each one bring his |

TTlment Station, University da.The from the demand of the lumber fire company at Station 15, Pearl grounds. Mrs. Howe states that commission and present It to the
Florida as one of the greatest first project begun by the Industries, Is rapidly depleting the & 31th Streets, where he has beenIn 1I'" j: she is frequently called to Board with which he works at I
nl to the industrial deals .with veneers growing stock of all our pine upon
future of laboratory charge since Its opening on help locate newcomers here and its meeting* next week. ,
State and boards formed from reconstituted trees, Including the smaller pulp March 3. 11M8 Prior to that he she could render this service Tho new School Board will meet ]

Almost overnight, landowners wood, and a prototype of wood size trees.Competition was at Station 6 on Florida Ave. much more efficiently If she hada Tuesday for organization but the

n vast tracts of scrub oak are the boards to come, which has too, Is very keen where he received his promotionto 5 registration list to refer to. It new Board of County Commissioners 1
;possession! has been due to the shortening supply, andlumber .
of something worthIe ,. promising qualities, produced captain.A Is also desired that tourists another d M"1 will not have Its organization I.
from a monetary stand- manufacturers are taking native of Jacksonville, Capt. visitors be registered I In y meeting until Wednesday |
it They will be In a position Currently, according to a pa- smaller and smaller trees; the Pickett Y
joined the fire departmenton time for the opening of the Tour in order that members may attend

ell!1 their scrub oak and then prepared by Hills, the pur- price they can afford for stumping -
per Jan. 1, 1027 lie and his wife let Club activities which will be- the Inauguration of Governor j
they choose, replant the land pose of this research is to find Is a big hurdle for the pulp and their B-year-old daughter, gin soon. Fuller Warren in Tallahassee next |
pine an economical board which can wood buyers to clear. On the Carol Ann, moved here from Tuesday.
it W all used crate other hand, the hardwoods hereIn A donation of paint was givento
a result of an experl- replace the veneer by Jacksonville this week and are J. R. KELLY
nt statljm project begun over and box: industries. One reliable the South have been blacklisted occupying the apartment above the Chamber by the president, Tax Collector-elect
:ear ago The wood utilization authority HilLs points out, has by the pulp and papermakers because the fire station. Former Fire O. S. Newcomb, and the interior Time Signal Whistle

Moratory of the Engineering expressed serious doubt that with- during the war years, they Chief, R. C. Buford who recently of the office has been newly dec Placed On Top !
I Industrial Experiment Sta- in the next five years there will had unsuccessful results with them. resigned, has moved back into orated by Raymond Howe, Sr.

i 1 was designed and the erec- be enough wood to furnish the They were forced to use as highas his home on the Lake City highway Persons with vacant business Of City Water Tank
> of equipment begun under the needs of the manufacturers of 15 per cent mixed hardwoods blocks and land sites suitable

-ctlon of Dr W J. Nolan, who fruit, vegetable and packing boxes In their furnishes, but when more Fire I'ICKETT for industrial] purposes are asked B S. Johns, superintendent of '
in charge of the laboratory; pine again became available, the I fighting methods have to contact the C of C. "Every the municipal light and water
urge B Hills Jr., assistant to I Promiw Held Bright return to Its use was effected. changed considerably since he As head of the Starke depart- angle Is being worked to develop plant, announced this week that

Ian' C W Rothrock and R. L. These boards, born of research, "This pulping of the hardwoods joined the force back In 1927., ment Capt. Pickett will be In new Industries here for the bene- c the time signal whistle has been

rvln Today the plant is vlr- made of scrub oak fiber, and when mixed with the pines Is I Capt. Pickett Journal observed Interview In a Jacksonville charge of a force of three professional fit of the community, and we need moved from its position on the

,lIy completed and plans are bonded with plastics, Indicate not the answer to the utilizationof his retirement from ,the following department volunteers."I .firemen and 12 to 18 this Information," Mrs. Howe ". roof of the plant to the top of
'iirway on a startling revolu- hope of relief from the ever- hardwood trees in pulp manufacture stated.A the water tank.
In that city. In those am proud to have served '
nary process by which scrub pressing problem of obtaining raw The hardwoods can well days firemen used as much wateras with the Jacksonville bulletin board has been It is believed that the new po.
Pulp will be used for the mak- materials for this industry. And stand alone on their own feet. could department, erected for posting weekly com- sition of the whistle, 130 feet front
they their
"g d of bond paper and wall boards. not only can these panels for "The proper place for the hard- a blaze. As upon a result, arrivalat water which top ones Is ranked In the as one"of the munity activity programs, and all the ground, will cause It to be
box) woods. crates and boxes be made, but woods Is In the quality paper. Industry Capt. Individuals cr organizations wish- heard at a greater distance and
rwl. Nolan's 'own that a wall In the manufacture of damage frequently was much In Pickett told the 'Journal. "Al Ing to take at the same time will make
invention a It also seems likely excess of fire ]loss, he related. advantage of this it less
"W Resting machine,, is the key board meeting or beating In cost book papers, bonds, ledgers, tis- "Today we locate the source of be though In the my nature position of In Starke advancement will service should contact Mrs. Howeat objectionable to residents at close j
t tine In an outstanding labora- comparable boards of the Mason- ues, all of which are high-quali an the Chamber office. It. t range.
the fire
the I
turning on ,
that regret leaving the fine,
Is commanding high prices"Deeds
expected to Ite be produced. ty papers
develop type can The
water and secretary also
use as little as possible superior officers and men of the requested Clinic To Be
," he said. "Even at that, Jacksonville department with t property owners to let her know Closed

ew Catholic Priest New Building Rented RecordedRecent underwriters estimate we still use/whom I have had the pleasure of when they rent their rooms, New Year's DayThe
73 percent too much"Town working." apartments, houses, etc so that
onfined To HospitalSt By Mattress FactoryRental deeds as recorded in she can remove them from the W Bradford County Healili

the Court House: list of vacancies and not send Department will be closed on
Edward's< Basketball Pvt. II. P. MORGAN
Catholic of the Ardell Crosby Maxwell With
Church applicants to look
at Saturday
listings that January In obaerv-!
a has Isabel and J. H. Ritch of Starketo School
geed been without a regularly building at Washington & Cherry Henry Stefanelll of Starke: Team To PlayGainesviIle Airborne In JapanPvt. have already been rented. Supt.-eect ance of the New Year's holiday.1

\her\ priest for several weeks. Streets by the Beaman Mattress Iota 1 & 2 of Blk. 23, Temple's Jan. 6
re VIe P J. Doyle, who was sent Factory of Gainesville was announced addition to Town of Starke inSect Bruce Maxwell, son of Stores Will Close I

Geed Father first of December to this week. 28, Twp 6 S, Range 22 E. The city basketball team will Mr. and Mrs W, H. Maxwell.of All Day SaturdayThe CALENDAR OF EVENTS
John 0-Dowd. be- W. A. Eowards of Bradford S
e Intended the Hampton recently completed
meet Gainesville a
The building was orglnally Ramblersin Dec
Val seriously IU Moon after his Co. to Edw. A. Hall of Starke: three-day course on Air Transport public ia advised to year's eve dance, Jr.Woman Club, USO, 9 pm.
and now In to be used as a'coopera I' the armory here Thursday shop Dec.
OIpltal .ta St. Vincent'. 2 acres In NW cor. of SE1-4 of Ability, consisting of the early this week 31-Baptist church annual watch-night service 8
Brad- as most retail pxn
JacksonVille. It Is not tive store operated by the 29 6 9 22 E night, Jan. 6, at 8.13: : ManagerA. Dec. 31-Methodist
*We red but these Sect. Twp. Range ; loading and lashing of cargo air stores will be closed all day Saturday watch-night service, 9 p.m. & 11:30 p.m.
Ie to retUrn likely* to that he will be did ford not Farm materialize Bureau and the build plans also 5 acres in SW corner of NE B. Baker announced yester- craft. He Is now serving with the New Year's Day. An announcement Jan. 1-Catholic Parish Hall recreational activities at 8-301,

lot yet known SUrke- and It been vacant since its 1-4 of SE 1-4 bounded on N by day. There ls no admission chargeto 311th Parachute Infantry, 11th to this effect la car- p.m., and every Saturday evening thereafter. "'"
who wi Il be asgned .- ing has Blk. 8 of J. L. Gasklns addition Airborne Division, In Japan. ried In this Jan. 3-Waldo
here completion several months ago. the town teanl'games, and issue of the Tele- Chapter OES No. 120, School of InatructioJ
I in Sect. 29, Twp. 63, Range 22 E. Pvt. Maxwell entered the Army graph. Masonic .
J. A. J. McKinney of Grahamto the public is cordially Invited. In May 1947 at MacDlll Field Tample, Gainesville, 10 a.m. ;

kbool Holidays End Permit For House Edgar C. Green of Graham: The town lost its first gameto Florida and completed his Infantry Jan. 3-Back to school BUS and Grammar Schools. t;J 1 1

the SE 1-4 of NW 1-4 of Sect. the Green Cove Naval Station Basic at Fort Jackson. S. Tag Deadline SoonTax Jan. 3-Baptist WMU Cir. 3, 3 p.m. Mrs. B. T. Thoma?:

,!Bradford County school chUJI JIarmon P. Morgan, who will 21. Twp. 7 S Range 21 E contain- Bullets Monday night, 86 to 38. C. He received his Airborne train- Collector Jan. 3-Methodist WSCS Circles hold meetings. T ,

't\( back will put up their toys and take office on January 4 as ing 10 acres more or less. FrIck, with 13 points, was high Ing at Fort Bennlng O*. that the C. A. Knight reports Jan. Presbyterian covered dish family supper 7:30 p.m.1: ;
rush to
;"''"da v to the classroom next County Superintendent of Public H. E. Bennett of Ralford to scorer for the locals with 15 Pvt. Maxwell Is currently work- 1949 auto license Is secure Jan. National Guard drill night. '- '

after enjoying the an- Instruction, has been given a per Nat'l. Turpentine and Pulpwood points while Begue was next with Ing In the Regimental Band and ing hourly as the deadline tags Increas- Jan. 5-UDC meeting 3 p.m., at Junius Smith home. J
Christmas mit from the City of Starke to Jacksonville 4,917.14 9. John', Ingram, and Retcher Is of Jan.
>dren holidays School Corp. : acres assigned to the Medical De- 13 approaches. Jan. 6Jr. Woman Club tea. Club
In House
'lOred' in the county (white and build a 15000 home on McMahon more or less In Baker Union A: each made 4, and Wooer accountedfor tachment of the Bllth Parachute there has been recentyeal'll exten.irn Jan. Executive Board 4 to 5:30: pall ,
) now 2. no of Meeting Woman's.Club 3:30 Enu
total Street. .
counties. ,
2,643. Bradford Infantry Regiment. a trumpet time
for Jan.
player. securing new tags Leaders Training Sch., Service Cen., 7:30: pnuI



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Y, PAOIII TWO ________ ._ __.______ ___ ._ __ __ __ -- ----- ,_ Dr.(t'.,.
ripe strawberries to ,'at from their ,' Lawtey.Mr. .1"

l vines. They are about through and Mrs. Olen L. Beden- -- ...
t Hi.ll .
:, Bradford County Telegraph J Clay digging sweet potatoes. Said it baugh and small son, Larry, of Lake Geneva :

was a little cooler I have a letter Orlando, left Monday after spend :
.. 11ij; "L ll'' !r ESTABLISHED IB77 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNin-EDiTOH 1 Ily Lura Ilurgew )['>hrronca from Ella Mae Ostrcn. They are ing several days with relatives Ily Blanche Cunningham ItCILUFloorin !RS' n.\1111

J d;;1 q I"f I ',rli.t Published Every Frlilajr and Entered an Second Nebr. looking to a good time at church here.Mr. g _
'" t.r'IQ i Office at FU. and at school. I was so happyto and Mrs. A. G. and Siding
: l ;.r J ('tans Matter at the Pout Starke. Pope Mr. and Mrs. John Butler of Sash -
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. '/f ; hear from her. She likes her sons, L. Q. and Beryl, of Eau last booty _
I \\hcrvln 1 uaUh the i now !grow McKeesport, Pa. were guests
:, I ;(" } ; MEMBER 1948 dl'f'l..r! | and IHT I | and know that teacher Mr. Maxwell very much. Collie, are spending some time week in the home of Mr and Mrs. S Shingles k: !ilding! ,
t The new road is coming right in Hampton. Is Shingles
Mrs. Butler _
'I"y" another C'hrl..tma.111 MMMI be I Elmer Forsythe.
along and the electric lines .are Mr. and Mrs. John Barwickof SCI (8
: "JiJ{ Baheeriptloa '%JIO $loM For Six Months but a memory a sister of Mrs. Forsythe. Mr. nrl
r Annually k-San"
: : going up soon. Life will be a Sumter, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. "

'! 'j'I.['n'I.,Jli!:;'j' .:!:" ... If in some month not sacred to little easier at Clay Hill. AlwaysIn James Barwick of Gainesville, Butler the Is Baltimore ticket and &freight Ohio agentfor Railroad Metal '" ComporllthsSherwinWllllams
heart I will remember
with their
my Christmas
'W ',' 1'd. good will spent par at Versailles, Pa. This was :l\louldiDfr!
iI. .1t. .fi YOU AND I AND TilE NEW YEARGuoat As this one is, or In some time Clay Hill as I left it that April ents here. their first trip to Fla. and they Sere.AEl
; ,'Jt' \ 1I{ of stress morning. So warm and sunny I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. DouglasP.
: itj1), ;) ( Editorial by Iluiwll Kay) plan to return again as they like _
.'.., 'aIft,\ r r It .#,,.,,t The tedious, dull details of lIv- remember looking back at the Hardy last week Included Mr the state very much. Paint Your House B
;" I IiI \//\1\,))t }; | Switching our salutations from "Merry Christmas" to "Happy I ing press school house and saying, "Good- and Mrs. Wm. Hodge and chile El Pay By The Month FAIRQtYRSN01,
Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand
Mr. and
:.,. "y% ;l ''I\11". ,i New Year," we welcome the arrival of another Babe that carries Upon you until the world seems bye".Thus goes on, with goodbyes dren of South Carolina, and Mrs. returned to Pa. with 1I0)IET En 8\,
.' '.' ,;,.f '. ,t '. ,If a number Instead of a name, "1919." deadly ill: and hellos.IIEI.I'lfL Nick Owens of Deland. Regret is children the holiday
.t'PI.')+ : / 'riy\ I If, In bright June perhaps or HINTS: When make expressed that Dudley Hardy met the Butlers to spend
.yl/1; I ,
I l The kind of rela-
I. a year it turns out to be for Florida the nation season In Connellsvllle with STARKE
'( : y August heat ing balls, the with an accident Monday morn- BUILDERS
"H" ; ;,I I':', : and the world depends to a large extent on the kind of thinking popcorn grease pan tives. Mr. Forsythe Is employed by SUPPU
You find heart Is not so to the Ing, which resulted In a broken
your are going put corn
C you
,;.. 'I J';!' J and action you and I and a lot of other Individuals Indulge in during taken to Sha- the Hudson Paper Co. at Palatka. Phone 45 AcroM From S. A. L. D.> _
warm as now in. The syrup will not stick to foot bone. He was pot
dFF': i SI1;; :: the next 365 days. And you are chill and lone, you the pan then it can be easily dycrest Hospital where a cast was T. M. Finley spent Xmas with alirth"

iUi I ,. 9' \ If as individuals we accept the New Year as an opportunity know not how- washed. To freshen marshmallowsput applied, and then returned to his mother in Columbus, Ga.
," 'j ,, ;tl ,:r to make our world a better place to live, if we carry over from day them in the bread box. You his home here where he is spending Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Easterly of

.: :f'1' ,:\U,, ,:kl, 'I., to day the spirit of good-will and I kindliness so prevalent during Remember then the gladness of can put a slice of bread In the the remainder of his school Jacksonville were Xmas guestsof ,
. 'htJ{, f ', ., f the brief holiday period, become genuinely interested in the welfare these days, bag with them which is good too. holidays indoors.Mr. Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and
( At r I. -1'i' t of others as well as ourselves we can realize as never before the"Happy" Their human warmth and love Baked cranberries are good. and Mrs. John H. Parker sons. Mrs. Easterly is the only

.. -' ; I 1 ::1 f year we so glibly shout about on the stroke of the mystic divine remember Wash and put in a glass baking entertained as recent guests, their daughter of Mrs. Cunningham.
r ,''II'lt Af hour. Quicken to flame the faintly dish. Sprinkle with sugar and brothers, W. L. Parker and T H Mrs. L. N. Wagner, daughter
::1' \" glowing ember add a little water. A dash of salt Parker, and nephews, of Parma, Aline and son Wilfred, spent THE
: < .r1 If we into the New Year the hate and Seek for the HIGHESTtype
carry name intolerance, the Of faith and cheer.
1i{ adds flavor. Bake In oven at 325 Mo., Paul Stidham, of Hanceville, Xmas in Palatka with Mrs. Wig-
!. j \1; same greed and selfishness, then it ,will just be "another year" as far friendly ways. degrees at least 25 min. Do not Ala., and Mrs. Roxle Read and ner's brother-in-law and sister,
I\r vfr I :. 4 r rJt. I as we are concerned. And probably not as happy a year as the one And let the Yuletide radiance of stir. They will remain whole. son, Claudie, of Fairview, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Baker. of modern Serving i is incorporated .
$ ,.St) r1'" .1\\ Just past. December Time to make our New Year's Mrs. Verna Young had as Christ- Guests in the home of Mr. and in this r
) tf} j ''IJ(, .\ If we face the New Year with hearts that are burdened with Brighten and warm your Aprils Resoultlon. May the new year mas Day guests her father, Mrs. Woodrow Cox Xmas were up-to-date, finely equipped

. ,'I ; i! fears and doubts we will spread these destructive forces to so influence and your Mays.W.. E. GarrisonWe bring each and every one of you I George I. Stitch, and Mr. and Mrs. Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J economical, and helpful Service
'< v4v" others that we will actually bring upon ourselves and the the best things in life. One thing I Mrs. Walter C. Stitch, of Jack- Price of Melrose

"" w. j'' ) i world the dire results those doubts and fears have Imaged Jn our are really going to havea we in America have Is freedom. I sonville. Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter \
' f'''' "f"A4. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson F. :May Xmas In Silver
. 1. ,. .{, ) -* troubled minds.I white Christmas. The snowis God grant we always are blessed. spent DeWITT C.
Jo: '' "I. Outside the snow falls silently.It and sons, Billy and Spencer, Springs with Mrs. Gentry's son- JONESPhone
. ::'' ;I: [ V 1 i I This last day of the old year Is a good time to stop and count our falling on the already snow- Is Christmas Eve. Old Santa moved this week to Williston. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I
'; "'" I' t r change. As bad as situations are, they could still be clad earth white 7
I I worse. Worrying making a great will soon arrive In homes of ,, where Mr. May will be associated Burt Busbee.Mr. Starke Fla.
;'. .: If: ': ,\:' won't Improve them any. Their solution can be found only through mantel. Mother nature is puttingon I children everywhere and happy with the Gulf Life Insurance Co and Mrs. Ray Nuttles of Funeral Director ..
/) ,rii I <: the exercise of Faith and Courage. Peace of mind cannot be bought a new white spread for Christ hearts will beat and little voices I Dewitt Prevatt of Jacksonville, Crystal River were Xmas guestsof

't) ,\ t"l:::1 .oJ.; over the counter, nor can It be achieved by the exercise of force and mas. Yes, If we could carry the shout In happiness. A Merry' visited his sister, Mrs. Nita John- Mr. Nuttle's mother, Mrs. Wm. Our local funeral home enables us to Ambulance

""j". '\4. I t\ Yt.I power. spirit of Christmas on thru the Christmas to all and a Happy son, on Monday. Nuttles. services not otherwise :!,
)I.f year. The feeling of love and New Year. You should see Digger Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kugler and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ayres are

f,4 t) 'l f: ( kinship to the whole world that eating pecan meats. lie barks for three children of Heights Town, spending he holidays with their ......
fills our hearts on the birthdayof them N. J. visited \Mrs. Kugler's grandmother son and family in Columbia, S. C. We the highest
\V', ? I.t": ) (ItIr t'lves, who are influenced by the thoughts and actions of others I furnish type service at lowest pn,
. "j our Savior. Perhaps as the Don Is home. Mrs. Della Dyal, and I
God bless all.
you accept AN! Y life Insurance policy In
Ir'K the Influence that force
AJt : Discounting Individuals
we as
'' K r possess, we fall toUI.e poem above says. "Let the glad- Love-LURA aunt, Mrs. Alma Saxon, on Sun H. C. Greene returned Sunday as in is'uni\ b b''
company payment part or in full :
it.While ness of December warm our April after spending a week In Bran- a fun
/ your Individual sphere of Influence or mine may be small, and our Mays" We are all ready day.Mr.. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson had ford, Cross City, and Shamrock, Consultation carries no obligation:
;' t. 1 it nevertheless is part of a gigantic pattern. Our thoughts and actions for Christmas. Don Is on a funeral their three daughters with their where he visited among friends

see whether we admit It or not affect. the thinking and action of now and will be home soon. He HamptonBy families as visitors over the holi- and relatives.
q others. has then to deliver some furniture days. These Included Mr. and Mrs. Miss Martha Home spent last -- n
out in the country that is Mr's. M. C. Sweeney James Broome and son, of Orlando week in Starke at the home of
{+ If as we go about our daily tasks we do so with and From where I sit
r{ Faith' In our hearts If we spread good-will and cheer, Join Courage with our for a Christmas present then we . Mr. and Mrs. Allen, and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Barks- ..b/ Joe hssl M
June Johnson, of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
have After
I 's ,; neighbors to advance the welfare of all and conscientiously do the supper. supperwe MRS. MAY ENTERTAINS: dale.Rev.
G. W. Rahme, of Miami,
? go to the store for a fe-v John Bray, Pastor of the
'' beat we can to perform our given work to the best of The Ladies Council, auxiliaryof .
l our ability, we
? hours and then home. I think has been visiting her son and Raiford Baptist Church, was a
: ; t t will find many rough spots on life's highway have been the Christian Church, was
jd i fry smoothed we will open our presents in the delightfully entertained by Mrs. daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. visitor here Sunday. Why Dutch is
.) t for us.Fear morning. If Don wants to wait. Claude L. May, Wednesday after Clyde Rahme and other relatives Hampton School will reopenon
and Doubt can only be overcome by Faith and Courage. We have several packages beneaththe noon of last week. Mrs. Lynn Hall here, the past week. Monday Jan. 3 after a two- Growing a BeardThat
f, i, Industry Is imperative to progress. We will realize Abundance only tree One Is from our Editor was In charge of the program, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Fuller and weeks holiday vacation. Patrons
;y 1 : when we do our part faithfully and well In Its creation. and wife. I am sure It must be the topic being, "Keeping Christ little son, Larry, of Pearson, Ga., will be glad to learn that this beard Dutch Miller'
on settled and the
The Golden Rule Is as effective today as it ever was, and if we some good pecans. That Is whatit mas all the year." "Merry Quizmu" are visiting the Van Alstine fame School is now fully accreditedand chin doesn't mean that b.'.getting accept the rerdict die In Ii i;
' rattles like. In fact I peepedand will be privileged accordingly. -
$ will use It to measure our thoughts and actions from questions and answers on ily.Mr.
day to Claus. He'sImply
day Santa
to humor.
l' sure enough, the largest and Mrs. William Gilliard ,ready play good
, a pecans the: Birth of Christ of
we will generate a force eo that was one
powerful no evil can hold
( against it. off the election bet
and family of Stuart, week-
I ever aaw. It made me so the features During the business were And that'll! It iM
4"1" t # We can. If we choose, talk ourselves Into a ,war or a depression happy. I also had holly from period, election of officers was end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A C. he lost to Csppr Swaasoa. It comes to sag diftrnt
d I % just as we can think ourselves into Illness and mental turmoil. It has Mrs. Fred Lang, old home Dennison.Mr. .
my held for the coming year. Mrs.J. BEFORE SELLING YOUR And while some folks allow It's ion. Some folki tots I*
if a I been demonstrated that if enough people stop an Individual on the at Clay Hill. I tied a bunch of F. Johnson was elected Presid- and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen all a lot of nonitnse like the their STorlt btTiri<
y street and tell him how ill he looks, even though he may be In perfect holly with red ribbon and put -It ent, with Mrs. Gerald Adkins as and family and Mr. and Mrs. M. TIMBER or TIMBERLAND wheelbarrow ride that Cappy had vote for cider.la J rid,,.
health, it will not be long before he Is really sick. up beside the door. Thanks to Secretary and Treasurer. A gay B. Layfield, visited relatives in SEE. WRITE or to give Dutch after lad election diffare..ee.ottaehhddayfromwhereIsttlt'.amighty

'i By the same token. If we go about with long faces and talk depression Daisy who never forgets how I exchange of Christmas gifts Clearwater Saturday and Sunday. CALL WINTON PARRISHor thing! But that_'i

nio,1 1 and hard times It will not be long before we will find our love that holly tree. We have among members preceded the L. P. GIBSONP. wholesome aftermata to a tll1fer.e can IInlottl.lMrfl
's 1 I selves up to our necks in one of our own maklag. over ISO: cards. Many are from presentation of a huge Holiday Rdiav O. Box 235 ence of opinion. food fellowship
Florida. I say "Thanks Folks"for Basket of presents for Mrs. FredS. -OS
In Florida today,.we",,have many problems that must b* solved. I remembering. Some are from Dodd wife of the Pastor. Phone 3 Because good Americans all take

a If as individuals we reach a determination to find the answers and people who have never written : Guests were Invited into the LAWTEY, FLA. their politics and voting mighty

i Join with our friends and neighbors In ;working them out retaining before. God bless you. I .will answer dining room where an elaborate 666ugel.MTMUTI Womld also like to knee seriously. But when the issue's. -
v 1l our Faith and Courage, we can do so. A nice package under the salad course, with cake, mints, turpentine timber.
M1 Most of our difficulties arise from distrust and misunderstand tree from my school girl, Mrs. coffee and Coca-Cola was served.
;1 ? I? ing. But there are always some points on which we all agree and If Hazel Griffis. She always givesme The table's centerpiece was a -UMI MRYu.rYour Copyright, 1948,United Stain. Dram

,* we will use those points to start with, tackling the others one at a a present. She and Hubby miniature frosted Christmas Tree.
p'' 1 time In a spirit of true cooperation we can always work them out. Carson are building a home back Favors were Horns of Plenty with
t Let's face the New Year with strong hearts and a determination of the store I am so glad. Daisy handkerchiefs and perfume, while
.4t; i Lang says her roses are still bookmarks and art calendars
lAl to find answers to our problems by working together in confidence,
? blooming. She also sent
me a
served as place cards.
k ; t unselfishly, with the welfare of all as our object. If we can do this
handkerchief and some of thone Mrs. May was assisted in servIng -
t + we will have nothing to fear and 1949
will Indeed
t 7. ;' '+ I prove a HAPPY Clay Hill pecans from her or by her daughter, Sylvia, and Your Car
h year.L
chard. I feel so happy and grateful. Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth.W. NORCr
Nice letter from Lorene Pad-
gett. She Is happy at school. Sent C. Burtoil, Pastor of the ARE BOTH VULNERABLE
I r 1111 me a pretty Christmas card. Lula Graham Christian Church, broughtthe '
1 L spy l 1r.? :.DEF SERVICE Phone 92-J 1 1amount 1 Mae Mosley says brother Harry Christmas message to the Protect

( ; we ew ,,,a .,e s Mrs. Hartmann' and wife and baby are coming Youth for Christ congregation yourself against WASHER
{ home for Christmas. They had Saturday night.A t financial loss-buy Automobile -

..I "tiMi' )"_ _.*/'''''''''___, ,, ,, .. ., ....... ..,...,... .. ... .,,., ..,,. ... large group from Hampton
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I C. L. May, enjoyed the hospitalityof Collision Insurance
I'I Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Kite,
I at their home near Starke, last today. A

WISHING YOU Wednesday night, where a large
social get-to-gcther of
\ young people -
was held.Holiday Charley E. Johns
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visitors of Mr. and
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were Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Vow-
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New Year Ala., Mrs L. A. Wheeler of Flat
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In ClrrKlt C.nr<. Bradford 10.: .'rKlorldal In ('a...,* Court. Bradford County.: I boro. Vlrg-lnla
.. C.....vrrjr.Paulina t>'...rltlni In ( nnnrerr.Chenter You are required to appear on
AUDITOR'S REPORT Lrfiverett /savage: : Plaintiff, Nelson .Plaintiff v... Helen I, January 17. 1949. In the above
CITY of STARKE FLORIDAFor VH.. imniichton II. tHuvaKv' Defendant.. Nrlxon. Defendant. Cane No. 701(1.Order ( named Court and cause, wherein,
Caw No. 7040. of Publication mmm Nutlre toAppenr. Plaintiff .iieeks divorce Bradford
Order Of I>nl>llni la* A." Notice. ) (,Mat. nt Florida ties County Telegraph .shall publish this
To Ammrmr Helen Nelson when residence i* Order In next four weelily I....".....
STATE OK KL.OHI1JA to: unknown] Witness my hand and official seal.
The Fiscal Year October Tirouwhton 11. Hnvave, whose. r.."l- You are required to appear on at Starke. Florida] this December
1,1947 1 To September 30 1948 drnrv. and address last known l. January 10th, 1JM9 In the abovenamed 15. 1949.UFFICIAL;.
AJM Frlnk Street Cayce, South: Carolina Court and cause, wh.'n"Ialntltt ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
: Heekn dlvorre. BradfordCounty An Clerk of said Court.
shall By Haven Crosby, r>. C.
Telegraph publish
examination of the cash receipts and di burse- January you are Zlth.required; 1849, In tu appear the above on thle Order In next four weekly H. O. Brown. 8tarke, ...1..... R. II,
lade in thee SCHEDULE named Court and cause wherein IH........ Duncan. Jacksonville, Fla.
of Starke. Florida period beginning: October 1, plaintiff ...elca divorce ItradfoidCounty Witness mv hand and official seal Attvs. for Plf. 12-17 4t 1-7
iqe City 30 1948. In connection therewith we examined & BRIDGE OPERATING EXPENSEStreet Telegraph .h.." publlxh thl : at ".rke. }Florida thl December Cont.'iradlorll
September Orilur In next tour weekly l I..u... a, 1945. lit Circuit County.Elorida .
ending records of the city and other supporting evidences and Garbage Salaries $16.670.21Street Wltn.... my hand and official n..alat (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas In ch.n
acc0unting We made stark Florida. this December AH Clerk of said.. Court.; Rooc dommieso. vs Ro-
deemed necessary. a general review of the ac- and Garbage Miscellaneous 8,35904 23 1948OFFIciAI. Tly Haven Crosbv, n. O. mina Cooreato omm MO. Defend
ent we of internal control but did not make de- ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas T. Frank '...ndrun". Stark. Fla, ant. Case No. j023Order
f and system a Street and New 5.67300 ifatlon
met thai( Garbage Equipment A* Clerk of BUM Court. Attyw.. for Plf 12.10 4f 1J31In of "lIb and Notice
transactions. --------- By Haven CroBbv. D. C. Ap
.t,t of all TOTAL TO 30902.25 John J. Hendernun, K!:.q., SL AUK flrrnlt (........ Rraulord. County.Dcmalit STATE C> 1 LORIDA -():
Water and Electric Fund EXHIBIT "C" uatlne, Florida Flnrldel .. ( ........,.. Ron na LoDresto Commie whose
Trustees receipts were test ra' .td..nce and address Is: Via Muriccello. -
Bond --------- Atty.. fur PU. 1S-J4 4t 1-14 V. Wahiin Plaintiff y*
cash receipts journal and classified as to source. The Vlritlnla McGee Wahlln Defendant. << Messina. Italy" :
gainS in the cash receipts journal were traced to either 1. flrrvlt Coejrt. Bradford Commtr, Can. No. 7017. Malice tetppenr. Januarv 17th. 1949. In the above
Publication and >
recorded SCHEDULE "C-3" Klarldai !. (....c.rr.Ituth Order o( wherein

ffi; or deposits in the bank except for a cash shortage of $0.10.cash Nlcliolas tleler Edward Kodecker.Kodecker PUIntlff Defendant. va.. Melee 9tnte Wahlln.of Klorltla whose residence tolVlrKlnia plaintiff named Court Telearraoh weeks divorce shall. Bradford Dublisn

CONTRIBUTIONS FOR HEALTH EDUCATION & CIVIC PURPOSES Cane No. 7044. la unknown: County weeklvWltnesii
Exhibit "B" this Order in next tour
balances as shown on of this report were Order Of rejktlmtlnei. Aid Notice You are required to appear on
of the cash on hand and by direct To A...... January. 10th. 1949\ In the above hand: and official
1699.92 my
fhv actual count confirmation Bradford County Health Clinic STATE OF FLORIDA tot named Court and cause, wherein
as to the cash in the bank. Schedule "1" reflects the Episcopal Church Service Center 23.00 Nicholas. .Edward Rodecktr whom plaintiff .....k. divorce. Bradford seal 14. 194 at :Starke.::: Florida this Dec.
..... County Telegraph shall publish.II.
hpnository reptd.nee and add. In: 121-09
J. Thomas
[and and the reconciliation of the bank statements by funds. 'Bradford County Chapter of American Red Cross 100.00 161th street, Jamaica 6, N. Y.t thin .Order. In next four weeklyineitea. (10FFIckAL( As SEAL ClerR>of A.Raid ourta.

Utilities Donated to Churches and Service Center 1,187.07 You required' I to appear on Bv Haven Crosbv. D C.
ry..ri4t'; I Witness hand and official seal
Ja ., 194! In the above mv starge
the Fla
LnU audited by checking canceled checks to the dis- this DecemberOTTICIAT f. Frank Lan ruin.
Htitrke Florida
were --------- named Court and cause wherein ?
PIt. 4t 1-
ttVil. for JIAI
ournals. Paid bills were scrutinized for? city council approval TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "C" $3.011.99 plaintiff .Beekii divorce and restoration I 7.( qt' HEAL' A, J. Thoman __
of maldin name. Bradford
Bradford County,
ecked against disbursement journals. Disbursements by checks --------- County Telegraph shall, puhllnlt thinOrder Aa Clerk of mild Court rqCircuit Horlilai In Court Chancery.harles .

[cash' payouts were test checked against the petty cash vouchers. \ In next mv hand four and weekly official. IMHUHBVltnexn .aeal. ny A. ..Haven. Thomas"Croanv, Jr.,, f Stnrke.>. C. Florida. Pa.I" <1"' B(' ..ex. ..Jr.Belser.PlalnUff. -

War Bonds Series F. purchased in 1943 at a cost of $17.- nt Starke, Florida, thin December Attyx.. for Plf. 12-10 4t 13-31 Defendant.. VH. Pajiline Casq:: .Laden;:
,tea 22. 1 4M.UJI'Io'ICIAr.. Order of Publication and NoticeMlineL
,t with a maturity value of $23,000.00 were cashed and the pro- ( SISAL) A. .r Thomas In Circuit (-uurt. Bradford County. AD r
of $18,571.00 of which $1,551.00 was interest earned EXHIBIT "D" An. Clerk of raid Court. Hortdit" : In ('hanc ,v. die {.() RID A to
fee amount nv Tlnven Criwhy r>. C. Marraret Wilson Briinson. Plaintiff ] .. Be leer whose! feel
L, a deposit on October 1, 1948 in the Florida Bank at Starke BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES-WATER & ELECTRIC FUND T: Frank nnclritm, Stnrk! Florida' vs. Jamex JJenry Itrunson.Deirntlant. o1t'lI'O and address (s: 412 6th
a All).. for }'II. 12-84 4t 1.141 Case No., 7030.r 8t XuntlntrlinrK.' Indiana:
Ordrr: of inibllcatlon> ; and Notice You I to
Statement O.f Receipts, Disbursement. And Balance. In 4'lrcult Pourl. Bradford County, Oto AtLiIlIt' January are.reayired lath; 1949.\ In the a&ave

Council approved on May 18. 1948 the purchase of City of Starke Beginning: Balanrex, October 1, 1947 r'lvrldat' !Hnlllviin! In Caancrry.oia Miiilth. Plaintiff VI>.' James STATE Henry Briinson.. whose I n A residence to-: named plaintiff Court nooks and divorce.eauae Bradford wherelll

I sewer revenue certificates, the face value of which was $45.e ,- Cash on Hand $ 107.89 Kenneth K. Smith. Defendant. CaneNi l he unknown: County Teleeraoh hall DuolUhthis
made May 12 1948 at Cash In Florida] : >. 7(1.15. You are reauired' to nnooar on Order in next four week vs"'tt'ltneltil
purchase! was on a cost of $39,375.00st Bank 31.036.97 $ 34,164.83 Order Of Publication And .NoticeSTATH I Januarv 17th. 1949. In the above '

in the amount of $491.25 for the period January 1, 1948 to --.------ 'I'. tppper named plaintiff Court peeks and divorce cause BradfordCountv wherein( mY hand and official
Kerelpt to Dec.
OK Kl.oniDA. : :Starke. 'lorlllthis
seal.jit. :::
43 These certificates have not been canceled and are held by the Kenneth K. :::Smith whose residence Teleerarh shall via olish 14.
box at the Florida Electricity 89621.86 IM unknown: this Order in next four weeklvS8VVIt'ness $FFICAL J. ThomasAs "
Vk'e in its safety deposit Bank Starke Flor- Water 19920.23 You are required to appear on \ I S"1A\\\( ifl.said Court..
January 24th 1940 In the above mv hand and official I nv Haven Croibv. D C.
Service Deposits 5.193.00 named Court and on HUB wherein" seal at :Starke.: .Florida this Dec T.' Frank ndrum. !Staike. Flaw

|"> year a sewer extension contract in the amount of $23,032.00 Delinquent Collections For ElectricityDelinquent ] 19.79 plaintiff tlon of BeekH maiden divorce mine and Bradford la(OrFlCIAL.1HR. SF.AL> A. J. Thomas Attve' (Irrult. .. for (Plf......... flra
D. W. Browning, Daytona Beach Florida. The first in- Collections For Water 1.35 County Telegraph shall publish| || | tits. 'Ai'cierTS'nf'imfd"Court. Klorlihil. In Chanrery.Kathleen .
lied to D.
Drier' In next four weekly Issue Hv Hiiveu Crosbv. C. Kerry Month Plaintiff. VII.I .
payment in the amount of 5218.70 was made by the city on Supplies 443.81 "\.lIn..... mv hand and .if VI,'htl seal John. J. Henderson., Kan.. St AuirUHtine. I Shelton F>. Houth, Defendant. Cam

10. 194S! leaving a balance of 17733.30 to be paid.we Utility Taxes .. 5,184.75Moving nt Stnrke I Florida thlB L.>ee.mb..rirj..I. Attvs.. for Florlila.1'1f. 12-17 4t 17Ii 'I No.Order 7015.of Publication and Notice ttpprnr.

Houses 30.OO ( .:, iAT. 8RAT,> ThomaAH Stile of Florida lot
acting as cashier and stenographer also assists in the book- MiscellaneousTOTAL 228.00 Cleric' of'euii* Court. > C'liTiilt Court. Itradford Countv, Shelton/ F. South' whose residence
fly llnven Crosby l n. t.'. I.' ..rh"I' In ('hniirrrv. I and .address 'In: Clo Pastime Amusement -
.sting payments receive I on water and electricity] and taxes.! In --------- 1 11: H.: Knight, StitrliC Klurltln.Attyn. flcnrv. Claud JtI<'lIf.v. Ptslntlff. vi.! Ciiiniiany' U.l Society :Street:: ,
Labti-Ha better system of internal control: RECEIPTSTO EXHIBIT "B" 120,664.79, for I'lf. U-24 4t 1-14 Stance U, oUlcklev, I Charleston S. C.I
: v.e ,oininend that Case No. IMI ar'' reiiulred to appear on

Uon be employed as bookkeeper. The cashier would then make ---------- In fie .a..oit Court of llrnilfordiiiil I Order; of Publication anti Noticeti January 10th. 194, In the above

Ins and at the end of each day would prepare a report of all col- Total Cash Available $151,82963Disbursements l No.<> B782.<. r'lorliln. In C.'Nniirer)..' Case OK> Ainx-nr K1. () III1>xSTATK .\ to l: named' l lTelegraphvoehallthta Court and cause, Itrn"tnr,1C'nuntv wherein

Lde receipt numbers, etc. the total of alas DulujH iruminoiiit I'lulntlff, Mamie t P. Blcklev whose rest. publish
showing which would a- Juinv. i':. HMIII. .!t. ..I.. I..r.."' ....n v"1] dence Is thH Caroltns Y Station Cheater Unl..r In next four weekly
[he cash turned over to the City Treasurer for deposit intact. A 1'U.'U'.: OK MI.H: o : Issues..
You are reaiilriil t" RI'> ear on \\ Itness mv hand and official', seal
and In
Electric Plant Schedule "D-l" 37510.36 Take notice that under
\* report would be given to the Treasurer with the receipts! for Expenses- accordance with that certain Final January 17lh. 1PI9. In the above at Mtntke. ...Florida this DecemberIt
would check the Electric Distribution-Schedule "D-2" 22,143.79 Decree of Korvclomua, and Sula and cause wherein TK9OFFICIAL,.
'he Treasurer report and see that all collection plaintiff -eks divorce. BradfordCountv ( 8EAt.) A. J ThomasAs
Uecenibur 7, 1U4M by 1'.1
accounted for as cash turned over to him for deposit.! Another Water & Sewer Department-Schedule] "D-3" 10886.32 John dered A. n.Iu..phr...., Judge of TfU'BTBnh hall nublish1S4IICS. Clerk of said Court.
hi" order 1n next tour weekly Ilv Haven Croehv.. D. O..Tr.hn .
Service Refunds 4.91000 above
Deposit above named Court in the
li e report together with water and electric slips: on which collec- entitled tales' the undurBlKnvd .1. Henderson. St. AuKUitlne,
the would be Transfer to General Fund 71366.25 Plaster. Maid Decree Witness mv hand and official Florida' .
received during by
day Special upolntcil.
been given to the bookkeeper seal nt Starke. Florida, this Dec. AUVM. for Plf. H-10 4t 1S31STUART'S
Taxes 5122.77 I will tell nt outcryto
In! the books and postings to the individual customers accounts. Utility the highest I bidder, J fur:-b cash, dur- (2 F1FICiAr!
Refunds Water 1)9.80 $> SKAL.> A. J. ThomasAs
on log the haul liourB of .ale. on Mon. ( Clerk( saw-na..e.+ i
Refund Utility Tax .07 day, January 3, IIMI, at the South Haven As Crosbv.. DC.of said Court
front ditnr of the Mradfonl CountyCourlhoiiKe
Xni-h. II. .HiiiiKliiM, Ml.I-507: Lynch '
Refund 18.10 d ,
Electricity In the
EXHIBIT "B" 8tarku Florida x
Illdir.. Jacksonville. ] Jf .
following ilfBcrliu'il property, Hltu- orl,11'11 : ri
Tax of Florida 1311.33
Utility State ate 'In" llrudford County Florliln Alive for Plf. 12-17
lli-Klnnlnir nt n point 491It.. III Clritilt Court. Uriulford Countv.llorlilii 1
Of'JI. City Fund 'atrr .t EI'.III"l TutalrEvhiblt Cash Shortage .10 Soulli of N\V cur of NKl: ', of NVVV, of : In Clutncerv. i rJr ,
; "C" --------- Hcc. I0. Two.' 1 H. It. 22 Ithlic! \ William Henry Nicora. Plaintiff
E\hlblt: "I) TOTAL, DISBURSEMENTS: TO EXHIBIT "B" 153.453.8! run Bait 615.1: ft. to right nf way of vs. :Shlrlev:: Nleor DefenU-!
state lioad 100 thence run 8outheaxlpily nnt. Caxe N vIviAn: 1.
slates $ 5OliO.M $ 3..164.R6 S 39215.41 ---------- sling said right of way I Order of iillou and Notice 1

pts 135.135.04 120.664.79 255799.83 Cash Balance, September 30, 1948 Schedule] "1" $ 1.375.76 173.8 ft, thence run Went (70.2 ft., nl J\.!lti 0 it! ,
thence run North 1AA ft., more or STATK; I 1)tOI
: : ---- ----- less, to point' of beginning, tdget-I I Shlrlev Vivian Nicora.( whose residence -
S29i5 2
.evadable $140,185.59 $154,829.65 her with the: tenementH: herndltnmenlB : Is: Maryland Lane.
Pnwnts 119,75.49: 153453.89 273,209.38 and apixii.tenceH, and every Baltimore 6. :
SCHEDULEDl" right and' prlvllewe thereto belunuInir. You are. reauired to "
---------- -- January. ITtli. 19t9.' in the above 1r
II $ :0.30.10 s-1-93- : i S 1-b05.8d- J. Thomaft, Jr. Special' Mailer named Court and (caune wherein

-------_.. --- --- ELECTRIC PLANT EXPENSES halite V. Knight Stark Attorney plaintiff seeks, dlvorc" BradfordCountv
for Plaintiff. 12-10 P'I"'j Telegraph shall pit '
Alar.g! $ 7.472.80 e this Order iu next four weekly
2020.05 In <.. flrrult Court In unit I Illratlfuril fur ISlOlI"lII.
EXHIBIT "C" Power County. Klorlilni In fhniieery. Witness mv hand and official
Frel f1 1 1Hepairx 22123.69 Number 7018. seal \ Staike. Florida this Dec.
Parts and Supplies 2.324.95 I>. t,. Thompson, Jr.. Plaintiff vermin ] :,
GENERAL CITY :FUND Lubricating Oil 2116.13 All pernonn ell.lmlnany estate, j OFFICAL REAL) ft' .7. Thomas 1' Ie t 1
right title or Interest In. or liens ClerkQ .ld Court.
Mi-fluent' Of ICwi'Ipt, Disbursements, Ami Balance. Telephone 60.68 upon the real. property herein cle.- nv nltVel r'sbv D. C.
lash B.ilnnrt'M' Insurance 1.392.06 northed, or any part thereof Defendants. {'hJU'I. R 1.s8. 04-0 Guaranty
: October 1 ll1-i
Life Bld Ja'k/ilnvllit'. l rld")
1 Cash on Hand $ 11.33 --------- Tn. .(.!. of Florida, .ni All persons Attvs. Pit. 12-1{4t 1-1
| ill Florida Bank of Starke 1),039.22 $ 5050.55 TOTAL, TO EXHIBIT "D" $37.1U0.36+ claiming any estate, right' ,I

--- ---- title or Intoreat In, iir lien upon, thereal iv mcrir 'U""T. "AUFO"U
property herein deiicrlbeil, or (01 V-ry. FLUIilltAl IN: CHAN.:
any part thereof; And aUo tot ( KHV CYCLE SHOP
bt Tax. !Schedule' "2" 16450.61 SCHEDULE "D 2" Lenora Mlnnlrk. Mary. Mlnnlck Har.. John VV. Oarher. Plaintiff VB. En.
Discounts Allowed 471.70 ry Mlnnlck, rla Virginia Mlnnlck' nice. Amelia Gurber Defendant Case
the address. of whom remain No. 973OROKn Temple Ave. 10th St.
ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTIONS unknown to the Plaintiff except
I Set rush Collpctlon on 1947 Tax Roll $f5.i78"Qf that the Plaintiff. hu. been Informed NOTICE OF PtTHLlCATlONANI TO AFl'KAIl Starke FloridaR.B.ALVAREZ&SON

collection on 1947 Roll-Tax Receipt No. 985 2.83 .- Salaries] $ 6.795.93 and belnw Informed. due| fa... Sat of Florida to Eunice Amelia

Itlon on 1948-1949 Tax Roll $ 24.00 Postage and Office Supplies 461.68 lleve milt that mailed a copy above of named thin partlen Noticeof Utirber, whuna r...ld..nc. \Vaynes--_ r ... .

1 Discount Allowed .96 23.04 Freight 403.20 In rare nf Mm. James Mlnnlrk, 142
South ('nl..", Akron 4, t>hl.., will
Gas!!!, OH, and Repairs Truck 1773.61
Elections. 1939-1946 Tax Rolls-Seh I j'-:3"; 184.20! Line Materials 12709.32 1 be delivered named or partleit.Deffrniliinfa forwarded. to thebovii TRANSFER

pollertloni. Years Prior to 1939 37.55 HreetliiKMi You are COD
tlonal Licenses 4.205.75and hereby notified' that u pruueedlnir STORAGE
I Bonds 4.0VS65! TOTAL, -- TO EXIIIDIT "D" $22,14179SCHEDULE to: quiet title hen been brought InIh.
: .. Circuit Court In and for Llrad-
Tap ---------
And( Fee 76 00
ford County, Florida. .
against you ... ,_ \Ve local '
c and 254.00ng operate
Plumbing Permits and airaliiMt iHl pprnonH cliilmtnir .
Permits 131.00. uny estate, right"' title, or Interest In
"D-3" .t>r lien upon the following deecrl-. R. 5.ALVARI26SOM ti long distance!
fix Grading 676.37 .lied l real 1 property Hltuiite In llrad ,........,....
'M from Water & Electric' ] Fund 71.31\6.25( WATER; & SEWER DEPARTMENT ford County. h'lurlcln 1, to-wlt: \7e MOVING anywhere In U +.
FIPJ 23r.45 The North twenty-five (25) Acrednf 1 Iv... ....._....
the Went Three Quarters of the
a d Bridge Tax 3.6R463 Salaries] $ 5.143.42 North Half of the Northoimt Quarter 1 J KXCRIXENTSTOKAC.K
tang Fees Collected 127.3 Materials and Supplies 5.68\h: of Section Twenty-four (2<), t1
1.hel1aes 37.00 Miscellaneous: 55.09! Townxhlp 8 South HaiiKe 2J 1-.t.: *iaJ .
'Ylnlf Fees 100.50 and you are hereby r''iiilr| il tn file.
+ Tax --------- with the Clerk nf n..ld Court your
City Water & Lights $5.122.71Olher TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "D" 10886.32 written appearance fpemonally or FACILITIES
Utilities 1,70885 6831.62 hy attorney) In amid, proit-i-dlnu:
--------- on or before, the tenth day of January Agents For _
Movinir 2.375 00 1949. and thereafter to file
with paid Clerk written le
J From Florida Bank 5218.70 r..n..eH. If any, to the 11111 of ('/tm- DelcherBros. See us first!
I of Cow 29.30 plaint at the tlrnen. prenrrlhed by 1

[ace m Employees 31200 CASH ON HAND AND IN BANK Tlcht awe' therein or Interent flettlnir In, up or the lien estate upon, n? ? ....I Ir Ivw

pianeous Income 521.97 the above described properly claimed
i War BomU Cashed 18,1171.00 GENERAL CITY FUND by yo It. Herein fall not nr Jtidirinent -
I Overage 95.79 will be entered against you

Cash on hand Sept. 30 1948 per count $ 7.21 by default.Wllneen ,
--------- my hand and neat of enld -
TOTAL RECEIPTS ._ TO EXHIBIT "B" 135.13504 Court at Htarke. Flnrldn. this 8th
Cash In Fla. Bk. at Starke day/ of Pec-ember. A. U. HMD,
I Available $i4 ,i859 Bal. per Bk. Sept. 30. 1948 $ 1897.89 (Official' Heal) A. J. Thoman, B.
Add deposits in-transit 18,571.00 20.468.89 Clerk of the above styled Court MK,
12-10 4t 1J-J1 ,taw if
ate Less outstanding checks: < w
N 12700 $ 30.00 In Circuit Court.: Ilraxlford County, 0 e
Cif-, 'Operating Expenses-Schedule] "C-V" $37.R0862 12709 8.00 r'lorlila: In Chancrrv. *t 9 I

1", r' ''KO Operating Expense-Schedule "C-2" 30902.25 12753 8.00 46.00 20422.89 John H. Hall. I'laintlff. ",. SarnhHpil I
'k'.'" Hall. Defendant Case No. ,.
|:, dna Health. F.du.. Civic Purposes-Sch. "C-3" 3.01l.9Qt :z .
---------- ---------- ---------- 026.
Delinquent Taxes 54 09 BALANCE IN BANK AND ON HAND EXHIBIT "C" 20430.10 UruVr of Publication and Notice fenesh6 i
Qualifying Fees 10.50/; t
Park &: Playground 125.20 STATE O K 1n:4';li IDA tot i
Expenses Sarah Bell Hall whose residence 0 g111 ,I
'elk Construction 131. 0 HOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES-WATER & ELECTRIC FUND amt address Is unknown: d4i
Trustees -\1'\0.01)' You are reaulred! to ,,"
r 30. 1948 count 251.72 January 17th. 1949. In the above I
: -Certificates Purchased 39.3711.00 Cash on hand Sept. per II
Sewer Int"re.t 1,166.25 Cash in Fla. Bk. at Starke Sept. 3O. 1948 $ 4,673.09 named DlaintlffT Court weks and dlvorcw.cause wherein] II I I

(rn-trllrtion New Sewera !5 221 "O Less Outstand.ng: Checks: County TeleT nh shall publish
r Englnepr 1586.19: 5292 $ !S.5O this Order In next four weekly
5.75 bsi ea.
--------" 5291 Witness my hand and official
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS- EXHIBIT "B" 119.75549: 5295 10.20 seal at Starke. Florida this Dec. s ,
5296 *. 4520S 14. 194.
'I' (OFFICIAT.. PRAT \. J. Thom I
September 30. 1948 ; 20,4 30"lO 103: 00 All Clerk of .said Court. i

---------- 82'W! 24.!si Rw Haven Crosbv. D. C. I
5300 lo: .Ti> Robert II. Duncan. Jacksonville I' !, alt
121.C1 Florida. : : t+
SCHEDULE "C-l" !\'f)2 1'-1 An Attvs. for Plf.] 12-17 4t 1-7

; 5303 217.39 In Circuit Court Bradford County.
f'EXEK.\hciTY FUND OPERATING EXPENSES :5304: 66.33' 0-:: Florlilti .In G'hanrrrv.
Aldo Curioni. Plaintiff. v.... Clulla
: "P rtment New Automobile $ 1.C0300 5305: 5SOO Rosati Curlonl. Defendant. Case Trouble Is Our Business

' Department Salaries 10.8"1.01 :5307 530: 50.D31C9.74 3.55:: Order nt Piibllrmtlon aid Notice
n.partm.nt Miscellaneous 2.moil
D.artment Sllal'l"s .273.51)) 53035JO3 ". STATE OF iFffi'n
Mrtirent l\IlaceUaneous 4 -. 1.6J4.933.247.5O: : 69.50 Olulla Ro.atlI Curlonl. whose Laeg- ; WELLS ELECTRICHOUSE
4 Salaries 5310 182.1ft Idencn and address is: 54 Via Sal-
. 9ta.70b313 arl*. Rome Italy:
, !I.I"elJan"o'''' 4792.70 5311 You are reoulr..rt0 anoear on
1:'ace \ : 98.43 January I
: .SS 1949. In the above
'Mce Expense: :S314 1843.02 3549.04: 1124.04 name] r.tll and cause, wherein.. I WIRING j '
'Aey F 3,2x2.04 oiaint dlvorc"' .Bradford!
--------- '
e" Fee City 1500.00 200.00 BALANCE IN BANK Aii:5": ; -. ::XHIBIT"D" 1.375.78RESPECTFULLY this County Order Teleeranh In next shall four] cuhll-h weeklv EXPERT ELECTRIC STOVE & HEATER REPAIRS

"'pairs I Map ....,..... I

TOTAL Materials 75984: TOTAL CASH AT SEPTEMBER 30. 1948 EXHIBIT "B" '; -$11,806.88fi lIeat et gSt mv .Mnd.Florida l and this official Dec.. I i 4 1

-- TO 62 ---------- .
EXHIBIT $37,808
: SP'AL1 -A. J Thomas FREE
-------- Clerk of acid( Court. I
j Hav'nA ;
IJv II D. C. ,
T. Frank r", "drum. {8tark. Fla
SUBMITTED, Attva. for PI!. 12-17 4t 1-V 106 WASHINGTON ST.

ACCOUNTANTS & AUDITORS All kind of office ....PI.li".1. { STARKE FLORIDAPhone

PURVIS GRAY & POWERS available at reasonable prices I'

from the Bradford County Tele 134-J p. 0. Box 607O



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i EMltia: ..
POUR ._ : .
#': ;1"' '3'' -ii-: tensive establishment Mid I Is a town without the thrill of //1..I5..'''. Circuit FIorldR.Court I. C....,.".Bradford.... Ca.e,I Courlho..... In- '
t srr- t LETTERS TO Tl HE :TELEGRAPHformed 1762. follow Inc ., Ktark.
rr S sr-srrsrSrSSSr
; t; t.i1: t sss-rJ-r rr-tW would appreciate: It very much activity Dolojn. Hammond, I ate In rlt"t Pit
Plaintiff, \ lJradr"" Ir I''.,
If you would let me know what Mrs. Rosie Girton Jam. K.! llano, et al. Urfandanta, tu-wlt: d i :"" .,
SOCIETY and CLUBS Dear Mr Matthews: citizenry. I often St. Petersburg Fla. NOTICE OHI.H 1I".lnnln,. )
; there, as I hi
: ii11' t ha* happened South II
\: : Thank you again for the excel- Take notice that under ant In of Sw "'' Ih'lot'
: I I first tell how encouraging t4er. .r ""t
h May you recall my Army days when I was accordance with that certain Flitnl J.1'IT8? :>iF" .Of
4i; ;! i I Office Gladys Mooty Realdenreriione it is to find an editor lent Sincerely'ta* page" In Florida. Dear Editor: Ixtcree rx-remher of ForetloHur and Sale run.Uereil State run: HORd;' 'A'1 rt, jol ,iht,
7. 1948
Editor SiChristmas and publisher\ doing such an excellent I am enclosing money order for by lion .O"tprly 1011. thne.
29! Very truly yours ,
l Ji' i [ Phone- R. L. Newman, John A. H. Murphr. Judge of ta.entitled 173.11 ft.. aInfl "''Id, "II
local another ,
of interpreting home then
Job Corkum our nice paper caUHe.: the rllfhl
W. undoralgned
f.V _ _ _, __ r 4'I and taxation for his Executive Secretary. George!; Special: I Mauler by Maid Decree ap less th"hC., run Sorlh rlln ".'1
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: 1 r', I r government General Agent year.I will tl> p'int' 1\\ tl
W Florida Association pointed aril at public outcry ot
1 lr. I Club readers. Taxpayers Massachusetts Protective Assn. was raised at Sampson the to the highest I bidder for cash, dur. her with the '. ..h."onln'. ,
i ; 3t& PartiesAre. Junior Woman's E. Jones, ing the legal hours of Bale on Mon 1\0,1 ,".,". I Im.ntlo
'I::1 : The people of Bradford Countyare Dear Mr Matthews: Worcester, Mass. daughter of Mrs. S. day January a, 1949, at the South A.rIght and pri'il.55 Pl'urte" .,
( L Gala Events Will Honor State to be congratulated on having and we have read your paper front door of the Bradford County Holli.J. ., .li' ''hte.to.
:. ii!: IJ.: Thank you wry much for remembering V I li, 'I.1
In first issue. My motheris _
since the --
such Intelligent leadership I Dear Mr. MattheWEI : :- -- '- Mtark.
j Tea with of .
.1 ( J At me a copy -
: Chairman I ---
.i : ,,,{f.;,, ;, During Holidays their official county publication. I' the December 24th issue of the would like for you to put a down here for the winter and "III ------......
\\1! if. Believe did an extraor- the for me. we both look forward to a long \
me in
: Junior Woman' you piece paper l\Ien.s
Members of the This ALVAREZ'/
"9 I'f' .It : was Bradford County Telegraph. STORE
C i ,. ;) A lovely members Christmas of the party primary Club will be hostesses at a tea dinary clear and Interesting jobon Issue contains, In addition to My son, Fonzo Prevatt, and letter (The Bradford County Telegraph I ClothinR

; ,:J i t" 'u given by of the I Thursday afternoon, at the Club your County financial picture. other Interesting news grandson, Mitchell Brown, were ) every ,weekend. ---- Establishe11S''
q.t: 5' : :, and junior departments I many all
t evening House Jan. 6 from 4:00: to 5:30.: If no more than 25 papers in Items, one of particular Interest hunting about 125 yards from Here's wishing you and our h --
.if,_ ," PII IIt\, Baptist church Wednesday when Bradford friends a happy = _
t ( .!, 1 I. of last week under the di- honoring Mrs. Nell Bitting, State 'the State were to do as clear and showing the progress of the il- the house Monday morning County
'i \":: 'j 'Ii I', f'rectlon'f of Mrs. L. G. Powell. Junior Woman's Club Chairman, complete a report on State fin- menite mine at Camp Blanding. they got Into a covey of quail. and prosperous New Year. "
,1' t ) Hushed the and began Mrs E. Durkee
t of Ocala. Members of the SeniorWoman's of The illustrations give a very con- They quail ANNISBLOCK
\(.!f'l I.! I l' The primary department gave State ances, and reach the majority shooting. One of the birds Hollywood, Fla.
"J "The Christmas Club and the the State's citizens with It, the crete idea of how near this mill
,J : ;:t:; :J !C a two-act pageant department Farm Community Club are Invited next Legislature could solve is to completion I had no idea that was shot at headed right -
h; 1<<.1 '. .. Story", and the Junior meet Mrs. Bitting at toward my house and flew in Publisher Telegraph:
to six:
one-act play, tq nearly all of the States finance that it was planned ship .
.faJ, ; ,!* gave a the window In front Having read paper many CONCRETE
through my your
I.K .I this time. 70-ton of ilmenite
seven cars *
in or
and taxation a
The problems way
9' "4 1 Gifts"
,jt f I !i "Our Christmas also comprised -. Mrs. Eldridge Smith Is In that would be fair to all interests. dally. This will Indeed, add muchto room and hit on the plate of the times while stationed at Camp I Ready Mix Concrete inuw. .
T:' ,1 It, : mary departments charge,. of the tea assisted by our State's mineral output. touse. Blanding it gave me a great Most Everything To Build Hard"", r
''t.t f. the choir which rendered Christmas 1 am enclosing the latest Information Repair or
.;:rJ"' ,f: Mrsf.R Ward. have My daughter called to the deal of pleasure to read your It"mod"1ANNIS
read __ I hope that you enjoyeda
,,:): :t:: 'll'" I lr'4 4 carols.' Fredrick Pellum the Thursday evening at 7::JU the we have along the lines pleasant Holiday Season and hunters and told them of the I letter to the "Life" editor. Thanksfor BUILDING SUPPLIES i j
I from inc.
'I; 1 I I the Christmas Story will be you requested together with When arrived' sentiments too.
(, regular monthly meeting that the New Year will be most/ they expressing my 10S6-1M8 W. Main street >,ou'h
; the George ,
$ Iltf'! :; :::','It. # scriptures. In play held"at the Club House with Mrs. several copies of our publication kind to at the house my grandson Mitchell Yours truly, Phone 217 218
of Joseph. which you.Sincerely GAINESVILLE
"t-1 Patten took part "The Florida Taxpayer"
t : : t Bitting as guest This should bea got a chair and got upon Robert T. Boerschinger P. O.
"",t, 'J e Sandra Lamb as Mary, and the show that every one of the six yours IItl
'i 'iil ((4 very Informative and interestIng Herman Gunter the back of it and caught the Chicago. Ill
"iij) ""I.' ', ( Shepherds were Douglas Seymour. I impartial, authoritative surveys
R'f bit of
: meeting and all members are feathered one without a
.j i David Canova and Jimmy Law- that have been made of State State Geologist
J tH ,. urged to attend. Hostesses for the trouble.We .
I \. i The Three Wise Men who finances since 1931 and through Tallahassee, Pla.Dear
; son
t evening will bp< Mrs. S. G Den- had quite a few witnessesto
,). t',1'' 1,\ 1' sang "We Three Kings of Orient mark, Mrs. Robert Barksclale Mrs. 1948 have agreed on the solutionto this Incident, and I'll be 80

':," ''IF, II"", t ii'' Are" were Jimmy Wiggins Tommy D. L. Thomas and Mrs. Ernest our major problems.If After Mr. Matthews:recent letter years old on Feb. 12, but I'v.e RESOLVE NOW---

; ': Ii. ...i,L ht}4f Haines and Don McClane. Mrs. I It Phillips. we would follow those recommendations seeing your never heard of nor seen anythinglike ,
about the
.. ,:.i,, : ,,:/ ,.. ( Powell took the part of "Mother"I I Final plans are completed for we would un- in Presidential"Life" magazine election, I am writingto this before. TO SAVE THE A&P WAY! .
't','." t t \ In "Our Christmas the New Year's Eve dance to be doubtedly have all\ of the revenue with for In- Mrs. Senie Prevatt,
a request
;}1 i :, YJ. t supporting her were held! at the USO building under needed for progress In our pro- formation.For you Lawtey, Fla. .

,t ,.4:t I IJ; l Ct gon. Nancy DuPre and Pauline the sponsorship of the JuniorWoman's gressive State and could actually two years during the warI
Gay. BHS SenIor start REDUCING present tax Editor Telegraph:
and the
; I ( Club
: : \ l stationed at Blanding
T : was Camp
.", entertained Class, beginning at 9:00: p.m. rates. Since County assessmentsvary Mr. and Mrs. Henry Girton
1,1 k; : [ 1 Lou and Buzzy Green and so, of course I am familiar HEALTH
Is Invited to attend. so widely and since cities both send greetings to all their
('C., ..jt'i' : 'f a few of their little friends The public have almost completely Ignoredthe with the town of Starke. After friends Land relatives In and w:.:
.'f"" f' at an "at home" Christmas Eve spending all of this time near _
; I State law requiring them to around Bradford County, wishing
\j"4f" :!'tt.1t :.'t at the Green's home on N. Wal- Youth Fellowship make annual report to the your town, and lots of evening. each and all a prosperous Nev HAPPINESS TAL CO FEEDSf'
\: I: j f( nut Street. and Sundays In your town I have
; Has Xmas PartyMiss Comptroller, it Is little! wonder Year.
; i :'f' The house was attractively that the average citizen. and a desire to visit'Florida in peace You will be interested to know I
; \: f' 'A decorated In the Christmas motif and Miss I time as a civilian. However, i It I "
t- CreHsler
; Ann even many Legislators not that Jesse Brown of Cocoa has GOOD SCRATCH
:II'I ( with white magnolia leaves tied Florence Brown, asulsted by their realize what Is wrong.Ve not being possible. I wonder. 1 If returned to his home there after AND LOTS OF FEED

.;I. i with red bows and arrangements mothers, Mrs. M.V.. Crcssler \ you would be HO kind as to dropme undergoing two serious opera- I 25 lb. 1.07 100 is,
have found that ,
I \ of holly. A gaily decorated Christmas and Mrs. M F Brown were hostesses many good a line and let me know what tions at St. Petersburg. He Is \. EATING .

[ tree was the. center of at- to members of the Methodist Legislators would act a has happened to Camp Blanding, feeling fine, so far, he reports.I \ \ } :

\:!: ,; :,:: traction. Youth Fellowship Tuesday ly to clear up the greslilve-I Somehow I cannot visualize the am proud to know that the 1r .- LAYING .MASH

; < \ J" Games and recordings were enJoyed evening of last week at the recreation they were supported by weeds taking over such an ex- people of Starke like to hear '
---d 25 lb. 1.17u
1'1 by the youngsters during building. the sound of a whistle. What B.. ',.. 4\' 100 Ib.4 4

i $ t the evening. The affair was a Christmas -0, -. ,

) party and Yuletide ;: r't J Mrs. G. J. McGriff and Mrs. were used throughout the build- IfCa1M4hLtLfr ...-

; Lex. Green entertained at a delightful ng. Games and contests were 25 lb. 1.17 100 lb 4
: : egg-nog: party Christmas enjoyed and delicious refreshments ':' 1t81.C. "
} 4 Eve for fifty of their friends at served.

the McGriff home on E. Call Enjoying the party with the STARKESun. FL-:. I IONA FLOUR Tall
Store closed
) Street. hostesses were Lucille McRae, \\'.' here's "that wevk"
I again has been on the sick Hat duringthe White'House31Hk3for' :\
1: The rooms of the home were Judy Green, Phoebe Green, Anne That deadly :week between holidays and hope he's feeling ., Mon., Turn., Jan. 2, 3, 4 2 lb - 16c
': i ; ,' I' decorated throughout in the Johns, Kenneth Tyus, Billy and Christmas and New Year's when much better by the time you read all 5 tb 33c

f' t } Christmas motif using :white gla- Jimmy Weldon, Albert Newman you want to just sit around In this It will be 'bon voyage"in ( FIGHTING Nutley :

[ dioll, green tapers icicles and Tommy Smith, Jo Ann Smith a dull stupor from eating too the very near future for Tel- FATHER DUNNE urday, Jan.1// 10 ft. 63c OLEOMARGARINE i

.,; "I" i| cornucopias. In the dining room, Bo Knight, and Rev. and Mrs.J. much turkey and dressing, and fair Long who's leaving for his 25 lb. 1.49 :

r i t,; the table was covered with a R. Hill.Sammie. ponder what you'll have left when new Army alignment in Germany Starring" Pat O'ltrlen

I > beautiful cutlace cloth. A Christ- you exchange all the things you Hear that Myrwtn and sons Al"o "\\'OOhiy Tune. NI"\\"", "Go Ana PageKETCHUP

i'j!'r ? mas scene flanked with lighted Kennedy didn't want and return all the may join him when the necessaryred North", News, &: Cartoon -N\_ _1 i 14 oz. .1 I

: t,,1; angel tapers was used as the Honoree At PartyMiss things that didn't fit Ah, tape incident to moving a ---'t------- -. '\ ( ,

centerpiece. yes. Everybody else can family to Germany has been untangled -

fJ"; ] 1[I. I Invited to call from "9 until" Sammie Kennedy was give way to tho urge to "letdown" Incidentally, Tom an' \\cil., Thtirt, .Ian. :3,6 I Bright SailBLEACH

: were the many friends of the completely and just go Dave, have boen enjoying a thrill nOl'ln.l.TtUE: : .
I ; guest of honor at a party ,givenby : quart .1;:
the motions of
through living a-minute with their first 'WhiteChristmas" ,
I hostesses. her mother, Mrs. Miriam Kick- As
; .. but still I'm supposed to peck<< .. Outlaw's Paradise
Wilmington, where! I
liter and sister, Miss Dorothy .. 2J
1i l Dinner Claire Klckliter, Thursday evening out a sprightly\ column of chit the Longs gathered with Myrticeand I With Tim McCoy Dreft or Vel, reg. sz.
j; Birthday chat There ain't no justice!
: l Dec 23, celebrating her 17th Lloyd Lewis to make merry ALSOCaptain :
} ;; For Mrs. Brownlee birthday anniversary Think I'll start lobbyln' for during the holidays Add -
: : n bill to just suspend everything,, H
J 11' Arrangements of seasonal flowers new addresses: Pfc James Gas- Boycott Home Style BREA1
; : J Mrs. M. C. Stith and Miss at including this column, between sett 1128,7714, 4th Air Police ,
were placed vantage points
SU-uart Granger, kathleenRyan .
New Year's
Christmas and
1 i Mary Brownlee entertained at a throughout the Klckliter homeon Sqdn., 4th Air Base Group, Andrews 1 y* It.Loa.1( 1 IS

f delightful dinner party Thursday N. Walnut Street. The dining Air Force Base, Washington Golden Red Delic. 2 lb. 33c
: : Musical hit of the season seemedto 20, D. C. ) 1. l.atl'IIt'url. ) New or ,
with ,
I at, the Colonial Inn Restaurant room table was overlaid a Cellophane Wrapped
; evening
: i'f be that clever Spike Jones
lace cloth and was centered witha
;t:' t. for their mother, Mrs. white birthday cake with pink ',recording of "All I want for Looks like II gala New Year's APPLES, York Imperials, 5 lb. 43c '
Frl.. Sat., Jan. 7, IIDot'nLI
ii' : ; ; H. L. Brownlee who was celebrating candles and surrounded. with Christmas Is my two front teeth"and Eve in store for Callstrceters Ann PagePork

J i ,: -t her birthday anniversary. sprays of pine needles and nar- they do say that that Is just tonight with Watch Night pro. <: FEATURE'DILLINGER Cauliflower) Snoball 12's hd. 25c & Beans 16 117. 1 1lona II
\' Mrs. Brownlee celebrate what Glen Duke got!-Not his,
\ I Helping cissi.A grams planned at several churchesand ,
< J I few of Sammle's friends but Scootle's Seems that Mrs.
I the occasion were Mr. also the festive New Year's Kilniunil, I.owe
1; called during the evening to help Duke recently sacrificed her t.f.t Pork & Beans. lh.. :3 I for :2:
: ''i t: .\; Brownlee, the Stlth family, Madge her celebrate the occasion. In a dentist chair and hit upon dance sponsored by the Junior ALSO Red Emperor GRAPES 2 lb. 25c
: Brownlee. Ml's. J. M. Brownlee,
I the idea of satirizing the popular Woman's Club and the Senior ,
i': I 1 : J. R. Chasteen, Jr,'Mrs. J. E. tune by fashioning a Christmas Class of BHS in the USO building UNDERGROUNDRUSTLERS Aim Page

J : ,1 Futch, and Dr. J. W. Brownlee Saturday Parties I card for friend husband, and at- ,: With all this going,: on, Salad Dressing qt. I 41

__ _- _ _ Resumed By Club taching thereto her extwofrontteeth I'll be sure to see you around Idaho Baking Potatoes 5 lb. 29cnn
\Mtl the KIIIIKP Hunters
-' i: :, t accompanied by some Until thenhave. you mode your Page\
I4 k 1'' EXCEI.J ENT? New ('urliion: ".S'rnb1.; ., Mania" ,,
% St. Edward's Recreation Club whimsical sentiment to the effect Year's resolutions Salad Dressing!:, pt. -

tALj DUCK. HUNTING I. announces that the regular/ : weekly that "r know that what you'd Well, neither have I Come' Sc'rllll"IU.It'r.. of Dtnlhall.j" Blk. Valentin*! Fresh Gn. Beans. 2 tfa. 25c

entertainment will be resumed like most for Christmas Is my on Let's get busy | AAI' Small No U
k4 d at the Catholic Parish Hall Saturday two front teeth" Thus to Carolyn I -- --- ''" 1
I CELERY .= : large 2 for 29c Early June Peas. -
RO\TS 1UJNDSer : Jan. 1 at 8:30: pm and Mrs. Duke go nil honors for the

I and !Sne Ill.ifle every Saturday thereafter. The most unusual Christmas card of -

public is cordially Invited to attend the season :
these recreational activities. FORGET THE HIGH COST OF LIVING I' :: BuyRight dexo Shorten!!

THE usual. did himself
Santa ns

; i 4ANGLER'S UDC To Meet proud around Call Street, and ., ; 11f:1.If; : :!: "j

CAMP among the most favored ladies ,; llb.35c3llJ I )
The W T. Week's chapter of in town were Kolin Smith who Eat With The Static Gas Company! ", I ?/.;/ /," '" ) t ;
L Illghuaj 21, 3 ml. S. of :MflroseAUTOMOBILE the U. D. C. will have its regu- rated a new diamond wrist watch, ..... 7"1 .

; L --.I ; lar monthly meeting at the homeof and Flo Slade who received a''I \' ,-.. \ i. ". <.,-j.1./ ... ..,; ji) SPRY 1 th.> can ---S:
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Mrs. Junius Smith on E. Mad- service mementoof \ \> ---
__ __ __ __ ___ __ __ silver tea as a uy -
ison Street January 5 at 3 o'clock, the occasion Somehow theold I !f

I Mrs. J. M Brownlee and Mrs.J. boy is always down to the \ I.-. I.f,, LUX FLAKES, large :,,1
.t .( f MJ1LITV IN9VHANCEAlthough _E. Wilson\ will be hostesses gown-slip-robe bracket when he $25.00IN '" r'I.J 'SuperRight' -
with Mrs. Smith.Woman's gets around to my neighborhood .949
g4 4 not compulsory it Is ?" / '
Also hear I PLUMITE i,
p nnu-li safer to tarry Liability -how about you? \ >t package

1 Insurance. I represent only old Club young Sandra Johns received an 1 -

r4 line, reliable stuck companies. honest-to-goodness Bulova from ;4 &b
Executive Board the SWAN SOAP i'eg.--1
Your business will be appreci Santa and broke the crystal tQQ.At ,, "- ,
very first thing which just about :- ._ ;:% .
ated. ;. -- $ Members of the Executive broke her 111 heart Among $-. .' Meat
129 '.S'. Call StreetOpposite Board of the Staike Woman's -- (.urton'MCod ,
the proud new bike owners are
: Itradford Co. Telegrapht.jt Club will hold their regular meet- Stevie Broadway and Franklin Up rurchuxeil Fish Cakes. 10 Q/-J-1

Phone 154 Ing at the club house Thursday Simmons Ritch Incidentally, Your' Favorite. Smoked Hog Jowls lb. 49c
afternoon 6. at 3:30: SCore
t. : t: N. D. Wainwriuht Jr. o'clock. hear that Franklin plans to write Winner GRITS :5> 1"g
Santa to bring a bike apiece for

his tom an' Dad next Christmas, Fla. dressed-drawn Fryers lb. 69c Tubin. Home

WMU Circle Notice since he's havln' a time gettln' In r. CORN A1EAL. 5 th. jf

his turn on the wheel Seems

i tist.Members T.WMU Thomas will of Circle, meet Monday Three with,afternoon Bap-Mrs.B. -. that out either every Hazel time or he Jim wants is tryingIt to We have 16 ranges that we need to move before lIb 1 Roll Pork Sausage 43c t'abln CORN Home MEAL. 2 'tb. ..2.::,

ride! Japuary 1 I. and with the purchase of each
Jan. 3, at 3 o'clock. one

WSCS To Meet Knight SMttt| .Ml pinch-hitting an' Jotted: on Eustis the Mc-police of these Ranges we will furnish you AKSOIAJTELY Western Pork Loin Chops, lb. 43c Cabin HomeCORN MEAL. 10 ''h- *

: "r .., will Circles meet of Monday the Methodist afternoon WSCS at while force Chief during Ebb Thornton the holidays Is ill FREE $23.00:> IN GROCERIES! Western t Pork Roast t end d cut t lb. 43c Our Own TEA.I'EACIIES. lb. -gj::

'4 Circle One will meet at In a Palatka hospital Ardell ,
t 3 o'clock. 10 can -J!;
No. ;

EXPERT SHOE the Mrs.home Circle W. E.of Two Mlddleton.Mrs.at J.the L. Andersonand home of an'an house Marian apartment(now occupied Crosby In the moving by the Brlnson:Miles This olTeigood only until January 1.JON'T Picnic Hams ((5-8 lb. ave.) lb. 45c loan t r ?

22ol,2(11 .
family) after selling their home !*unn>field _Pork_ _&_Beans._ _ _
on South Church Bill Clute / WAIT! lie one of the lucky
I RELIEF AT LAST up from Daytona Wednesday and Sliced Rindless Arm our's
flopping \\fmfi enough to pay up Bacon lb. 69c5UPERRIGHTHeavyWesternBeef

COUGH 'his IOOF dues Vivian McRae ones to cash in on this wonderful offer! PURE LARD
ForYour I bustlln around getting ready to

becau.. represent Bradford County as
Crcomulsion relieves promptly
I Maid of Honor at the Gator Bowl
the scat of the Moubu 5
1 it goes right' Ilb.20ci3bjPAGE
help loosen and expel germ laden" game In Jacksonville Saturday ]
li i REPAIR WORK. J K'il r w. tender inflamed bronchial druggist) escort will be Al Harley SLADE GAS Co. 87 c.
mucous membranes. your Surely will miss Marjorie Colley's INC.Tuo (
*o sell you a bottle of Creomulsion cordial greeting and smile from
Satisfaction Guaranteed with th. understanding you must like the post office window Hear Chuck: Roast lb 63c
the way it quickly allay the cough/ she's leaving Uncle Sam's em- )001'8' Front Railroad Track On Call Street -
.t BIGGS & BAKER or you are to have your money
porium Starke.' Fla. ..

I s 102 ,,-. Call St., Starke, FIll.I Fresh Ground Beef lb. 49c

for Coughs.ChestColds.Bionthiti/ 1 Sorrj' to hear Judge Adklns ,
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Mrs.Airs L. Henry C. O'Hara. the former Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges, Sr. Mr and Mra. Frazier Shaw Miss Joan Carpenter attended I charge In most Florida counties by making a cash deposit which

ITs of LOCAL E.ws--1 here from Los Smith of Graham, was had as their Christmas day guests and children spent Christmas day the Florida Yacht Club dance in each year. will be refunded on return or
Angeles for a holiday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jr. at
Bridges a family reunion at the L. L. Jacksonville Tuesday evening as 1 I This planting season the forest -
the dibbles for
at cost
reunion purchase
at the home of her Harold Bridges and Mrs. Chairs Conner home. Friends of Mrs. the guest of Buck Snyder. -

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and of Jacksonville and Miss Alma Shaw will be glad to hear she is :'lr. and Mra. J. II. Robb and service expects to ship about $2.13 each.

F M. Williams Mrs. Marion Faulk spent the Mrs. H. D. Rogers at Waldo. Other Lavender of Atlanta, Ga. The getting along nicely after fracturing -I children of Hastings and Mr. and I 21 million seedlings, the greatest

1 J l J% Belleville. IIL, Christmas holidays In Tennessee members of the family enjoying senior Bridges spent Sunday with her leg the week before Mrs. J. D. Doyle vLslted 'Mr. and number ever to be shipped In one
and visiting frIends and relatives. this the season. Since the forest service NEW LEASE
fvra M R Judd event were Mr. and Mrs. junior Bridge In Jackson-- Christmas. Mrs. C. A. Geiger and Mrs. J. D. '
starke were Chrlat- Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlongwere I L. C. Smith and daughter. Mathil- ville.Dr. Billy Miles and Maxie Carter Doyle. Sr. in Green Cove Springs was organized in 1023 its nurseries on security ran be your In a

guests of Mr. In Jacksonville over th 1a, of Pensacola, Mrs. Sunny J. W. Brownlee and Mrs. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Christmas day.J. I have grown 66 million seedlings worthwhile career with the nw

supper Ritch at State weekend with relatives.Mr. r Brantley of Jacksonville Mr. and J. M. Brownlee returned Sunday S. Wilder in Miami from Friday C. Parker of Orlando was ) all. of :which have been IT. S. Army and U. S. Air Fire*.

JII11 and Mrs. A. W.. Anderson :Mrs. Olin Graves and daughter 1 from Metter Ga. after spending until Tuesday.Mrs. the holiday gueat of his sister planted In the state. Steady employment. Job training.

Noble O. Maxreturned Jr:, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald Shirley, of Daytona Beach, and the Christmas holidays with Mr. W. L. Blair Miss Amy Mrs. Tommy Mersereau and Mr. Due to the large number of Free retirement plan. Educational|

)!lrR to well and daughters, Lila Rae. June \lr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and and Mrs. Earl Johnson and family. Coburn and R. E. Cutcheon all Mersereau. seedlings being planted this season ailvantngea. For the Ia.Iiee.a. C..*.
r It Is that there will be
ugtet Nollman Court Peggie, and Frances were guests! family of Graham. Mrs. O'Hara of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J.Dorr Sharon St. Peter of Gainesville likely of tools eer In the WAC or WAF. Your

In spending the past Sunday of Mr. Caldwell's mother. will remain for a month's visit Friends of Mra. W. J. Chandler Smith of Eldorado Kansas :was the guest the early dibbles'a shortage be used planting for planting or recruiter l
er relatives lnWinston Mrs. .1. B. Caldwell.! in Ocala. with relatives In Florida and will be glad to hear she has returned pent the weekend in Tampa and part of the week of Mr. and Mrs. purposes the district forester con- full Mtory. Sen him now at the

Vlsltlng and I Miss Lucille Alvarez, who Is a Georgia before returning to Cali visit to Starke after an extended St. Petersburg.Mrs. Harry Mooty.386.00O tinued. These planting tools or lot Office building. Starke, Fla..
sue fornia. in Atlanta, Ga. L. a. Powell left Sunday
student in a beautician school in dibbles are available at the district each Monday from 9 a. m. to noon.
f' Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gibson for Columbia. S. C. to spend the
Jacksonville ;was home for Mr. and Mrs. PineSeedlings office In Lake City. Interested '
D. C. DawklnaIte the G. L. Fatten and children A new lea o on your life
Mrs. and Mrs. Kstelle week visiting her mother and
entertained at a Christmas holidays with her parents and son, George, were weekend Black left Thursday morning for sisters. Ordered persona may borrow them .
Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. Patten's
A. L. Alvarez. ulster
ptlon for their son Mrs. Ina Goldsboro, N. C after spending Thomas Anderson, who has been For This .
May Flynn in Eustis. CountySeven
r-in.law. Mr. and Mrs.Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Hayes and daughter the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. overseas .with the Merchant Marines -
Brenda of Oxford N. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Deaver of T. N. Kendrick.
were for the
Dawkins Starke and Mr. and past years farmers and landownersin Are You Getting Full Benefitof
r ami' 1rs. W. H. the weekend guests of Mr. and Kinard of Gainesville Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Bounds of was a Sunday visitorof his sister, Bradford County have placed

Dd in the receiving Mrs. Clyde W. Col son. spent from Palatka were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones, and Mr. Jones. orders for 386,000 slash pine
Saturday until
occasion honoring: their Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams returned visiting Mrs. Deaver's Tuesday in Miami Mrs. S. E. Sparks Monday and The Jones also had as their Sun- seedlings according to District '
and Mrs.
atlmrine. whose mar, Monday from Memphis, Kinard's parents Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday.Mr. day guests Mr. and Mrs. A. W Forester J. Frank Lee of the your FM RADIO?

Dawkln's son, Crosby, Tenn where they spent the noli- H. L. Starling.Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling! Sowards of Daytona Beach and Florida Forest Service. Mr. Lee
Miami were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson of added that these orders Include
,t of June 26th. days with Mrs. Adams' parents, and Mrs. John P. Udell holiday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B. T. Thomas and free seedlings provided by severalof
J. L Hair and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moscley. are expecting Mrs. Udell's family.
Mrs.[ mother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and and Mrs. H. B. McLendon Florida's pulp and mill.*,
Haislop paper
inn: Carolyn of Lakethe Mrs. Ada Alexander had as her Mrs. R. Enke, from Bloomfield j daughter, Judy returned to their home In Orlando through the office No !
[ weekend guests weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. J. on Saturday to make an !guests of Mr.wf and re Sunday Mrs. David dinner Sunday after spending the to interested county landowners agent's In Brad-, No Noise! Fading

F C Hollings- O, Dupuis of Alachua and Earl Indefinite visit. I
Mrs. :
I Kelly. Christmas holidays with Mr. and ford County. Last year there
Summeral and J. R. Jones of Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Mr. and Mrs. Paul St. Clair and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Miss Jeannette I were 407,980) seedlings planted on LET US INSTALLAN

niests' of Mr. and Mrs. High Springs.F. guests Mrs. L.Christmas C. Smith day Mr. and son, John, and Miss Anita Mc- McLendon remained for a 600 acres in the county. FM ANTENNA

were Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott had as his guests daughter, son, Sonny, Comas of Elk Horn W. Va. were longer visit with her grandparents. The shipment of seedlings from

and daughter Jackie, through the Christmas weekend, I Mena McCutcheon Kay Mrs. Ocalley Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James the forest service nurseries at

Sunday guests were his grandsons Corbin and Gene Mra. J. J. Gross, all and of Jacksonville Mr. and- Preston from Sunday through Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith of Olustee and Munson began shortly Only $14.50 Installed

i L. B. Neeld and son Carnell of Ormond. Corbin Is a Mr. and Mrs. Morris I Wednesday. Sylvanla Ga. were Clirlstmas after the first of December and
lie,! and Mr and Mrs. student at Wheaton College of Lnwtey Mrs. Ann Gross of Mrs. J. H. Fields had as her day guests of Mr. and Mra. C. will continue through February .
bee of Alachua. Alsond Wheaton Ill. and I guests! Christmas C. Colley and children. 1010. The seedlings are sold to
plans to return Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Day and Sunday -
Mis. Casey were to his studies there JanuaryZ. Johns of Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Halarht. Mrs. Ruby Johns. and Mrs. landowners at cost production. CHARLES C. SHEPHERD
who Is working I of Jacksonville. Morgan J2.83: per thousand delivered at
Elvln! Mrs. E. E. Canova spent the I Darby are spending this

and Beryl. who Is Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cone of holiday weekend In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and week at Fort Meyers deep sea state any regular Also whipping limited point In the II Court & Madron Sts.
a number of
|.. Naval) Fir Control- Franklinton N. C. are visiting visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova daughter, Mamie were visiting fishing. I
seedlings are available free of
.r ;.ieai' Lakes, Ill.Mr' friends and relatives In Starke and F. A. Canova and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown Visiting Mr. and Mrs. U. S.

( B C Brantly and Lake Butler. Mr. Cone Is the ters. and Mrs. Minnie and Mamie Warren Johns In Lake Butler Christmas

I,d ('iir< visiting :Mr. graji"'son of Mrs. Susie: Johnsonof Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Grady are of Worthington Springs Wed day were Mr. and Mrs. Lax I '

,rents ;Jlr. and Mrs. T.Hkc But'cr ni-1 '"c..,'.,,,.. r' i, spending the New Year's weekend nesday. Green and family Mary, Rivers USE OUR BUDGET PLAN AND BUY WHERE
ey ird Mrs. Brant- Mrs. Willie Johns and .:i. -Miar.u ?.:<,; \v.ll attend the Jack Halle returned to his duties Stubbins, nod Mrs. Marie Jnoue.
Mi md Mrs.! Clyde Colaon of Starke. Mrs. Clyde Orange Boul I football gamp. at Armour & Co. in Baltimore Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kite of

Mrs. A. S. Mann.s.sa and three Md. Sunday after spending the Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Hagans er tlii holi.1 had visiting ys. Holiday guests of Mrs. Pate 1 j I daughters are visiting; Mrs. Ma- holidays with his parents, Mr. R. Kite: are spending the New 4iL: 4a PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT *

her sons Gassett were Mr. and Mrs. : nassa's parents Mr. and l\trs. J. and Mrs. 'V. G. Halle. Years weekend! visiting relativesin
holidays neth W. Witt of Jacksonville A. Manoo In Union S. C. this Mr. and Mrs. Jackson M. Hall Johnson City, Tenn.
and Wainvffl .
rfolk Va. and Mrs. Coolidge Gassett l\en-I week spent the weekend with relativesIn Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson I ,.' .
Beautiful Finish!
1 Mahogany
!- son of Gainesville, and Pfc Mrs. T. 3. Stevens Is expected Valdosta! Ga. and family of Monticello spent .i

Irs. Liovd( Green and I Gassett of Washington D. C. I'| to return Tuesday from Savannah Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot the Christmas holidays with Mr.

!V and Archie Beach spentaytonA visit- James W. Goodson spent Christmas 'j Ga. where she has been attending spent Sunday in Sanderson with and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mr. Thom- .1 j R. C. A. Radio Combination

'. J. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs nor mother. Mrs. H. M. Inhulsen Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot. son returned home during the .
'en fitter J. E. Goodson in Elva Ala. He who has been seriously ill the past In Brunswick, Ga with relativesover week but Mrs. Thomson and chil- With Automatic

y was accompanied home by his month. the holidays were Mr. and dren stayed over until today.Mr. Only I 1 104.50

wife who had been there for a Miss Alma Thomas and Miss Mrs. J. L. Cole and children and Mrs. Nat Sternbergof __ Recur! IMajrrWe

longer visit. I j Dolores McKmght assisted by Jimmy PAIRREPAINTlEBt'II.D I their mpthers, Mrs. Eustl.s Mc- Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and the Junius Smiths last Friday

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly'' Knight: and! Mrs. B. T. Thomas children of Jacksonville spent the and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Q. 110'1 ii'e<< Itlrrtmood 7-WAY, FLOORLAMPS

; and daughter/: Pat, of Eagle Lake served refreshments to the 35 Christmas holidays here with Mr. K. Bennett and son, 1 Kim, of Natural FlnNIi

CLES i were holiday guests last week of members of the Young People's Hutto's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday gupsts
Mr. Wimberly's brother-in-law I Union of the Baptist Church L. S. Hutto. of the Smiths. k T1IAYKKHigh

and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson t Christmas Eve after the young I Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Tyus and Mr. and Mia.' P. K. Sullivan .i_. \\lth Itory or Dark

Green, and mother. Mrs. Winifred folks spent the evening caroling.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mack, Wiley of and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilkinson Chairs I lane" *

Wimberly. and Mrs Al Krietemeycr: I Chattahoochee were weekend I had as their weekend guests _
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Martin had as their Christmas guests Mr. guests of Mr. and MI's. H K.: Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Mills and Only 19.95 16.95

_4 W4 I who live between Starke and I and Mrs. Vincent Caballeno of Tyus. Kenneth Tyus returned to daughter, Dorothy, and Mr. and _ __ _ l\lade from the finest

- Ltnvtev.! : had as holldav guests I Jacksonville. Mrs. Ed Cloanlnger Chattahoochee with his uncle and I Mra. Harold Mills of Green CoveSprings. With Mantle Trays' quality) material.
Now Have
their daughter, Miss Phyllis Mar- I of Troutman, N. C. and Miss aunt to spend the week. A Large

tin, a student at Taylor UniverSity -i: Lola. Bell Phillman of Lawtey. Mrs. W. J. Griffin and Mr. and Selection Of All-Wool .

Upland Ind. and their son '. i.t of ton guests' that vlsilcdMi :TIrs: .";m.: 'y ::u--a"ce of New And CottonBLANKETS
and ;\I'Q., David 1 Kellv Smyrna flea h were ekend

MAKE TilE F.VI OLUL1iti' and Kenneth daughter-in-law Martin who Mr.are and studentsat Mrs. I I Mamie! !holiday Brown were of; Tampa their: d-tighter Mr.duringtiL and, McNeill.jriieEtof :'ofan". Mra. T. II. 6 MONTHS SUPPLY 5-Burner Table Top() Oil Ranges

Stetson University In Deland. MrErr' Kelly of Plant City I Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ch-'ty of COSTS LESS THAN A WOODEN PENCILll'lRSDAJlP
Mrs. L. N. Slpmnn, and Mrs. AugustaU.;; the (Nesco)
& BAKER Miss Corrine Kellv of Thclcaunyule !- :; vveje holiday "
Martha Partee of Social Circle. Mr and Mra. }o'. H. Box I guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. _
St. 'tarie, FIJ. Ga. were' Monday night guests of I I Johns O N I. V _
and daughter. Joan of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Carl 't _
Mrs. W G. Halle. Mrs Ethel Altman of Tam- ,;I Johns. Mrs. S. R. Johns. Sr. returned ,, 2.95 ___

-- --- to Augusta with the _
pa. MIss Mary: Blmhma of Tampa, 139.50 _
:Mr.. md Mrs Paul Wllkerson and Chlrstys for an Indefinite vlalt. IIlD -- TO
| fira/f/i: / of : daughter' Paula Dnrlme: of Branford Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss RID TOP .

Mr and Mrs. Jonnie Liggini/: Kate Struth had as their holiday I ilst" burner ('om.11'

INSURANCE1C. and daughter. Linda and Bill guests Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ed- 1155 I I modelltU bultt-on _

Lljrsrtn of :Norfolk, Va. wards and daughter, Frrdrlcka rrllillJtLW o\en. iIT'S

n. ___ Mrs Ed Cloaninger of Troutma and MrS. Leah Bannsht!: of Jack SMOOTHER!

1& !' :N r visiting her parents.Mr sonville. Mr. mo Mrs." W. W. Page BLACKER DISK:.P* '
md' :Mr A. C. Stunner.Re end children Billy. Martin and STRONGER! A FACT' YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

C If ALL AGENCY RId ;Mrs \!,'. E. Hall were Merrill Lynn of Lake City Mrs.

siipn guest:'> of Mr. ami ;Mrs L. M DeSha Wildwood, Mr.

P1.E.E' !PHONE 116CushziScrt'jceOver Dai i I. I
All i :Mrs J. H McIntosh of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
\ : Chat'-: ('111' 'rt und John Mcl\(is- Wm. G. Struth of .1 cksonvil1e.Mr. Telegraph PHONE 151
50 YearsA3SIFIED
I sick "f Kl'l stree. S. C.Vere and Mrs. G. C "Jwardi STARKE, FLA.. |

."-.- gin .11 Mi t! and Mrs.\ EuitU and children were vl.iitlnii Mr.

--- -- --- -- .- McKi( r jshi from Sunday through and Mrs. Leo Edwards In 1o'<:rnl1n- -_
Wt,(c'nesdayMr' dine Sunday evening.Mr. .
J R i Kite: visited her and Mrs. J. L..Si t ions
i slst.'r Mi-- Edmund F. Dollar in and their house guests. M.! and
Mrs. Home of Lake Worth, will
-- Can'i' Ja on Tuesday ...
'lIE.l' I spend the weekend at the Sim .
INSURANCE i writ all I I lines:
ift air III,l flat.t1. fire, automobile. liability, and .AIlBr" mon's camp near Cross City. 'f.'lN.'A."h;;!; '........- -
JM.. 'Ir-tilatln, lit. see me for your Insurance Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and -"if ":....-r: .j('; *' -iJ .. -- ..,
MI 'I l nilltlon., need N. I>. "'alnwrll -jrapli tf W. Cat; St., Phone 164. tf EXPERTSERVICE sonn, Chan, Bob. and daughter -; "; .. : .l< ....,..
Sandy will leave for their home ':<'" :: ..' k.t.'d: ; ..':,.

OUR TIMBER MATTICES In Washington D. C. on Saturday -I t> .!it1! -c,: !; ,_ 11. ...."': ... .

XOwah OF ALL KINDSKENOVATED after spending: the holidayswith 4 i :r"t: -
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ; :I: .. -":""

-Prices Paid I ter. The Miss Brow-ilee's Mary] Brownlee other daugh-will I. J'' '"'I'I .
I lx I
I IN UNIT also leave Saturday for Haiti- I I 1iI i III

more, Md. ', i I ,..
NW. Dr. and Mrs. D. Paul Bird and l ,
<( children of Lakeland were Christmas |I .
n \V.
Turner epa\ day guests of Mr. and Mrs. :..... ..
Bn ..
: .
.J6l'iII -
t -
F"RSITtnEREl'I'UOLSTEUED H A, Manassa. tJt.z : ... I -
\ ,. Fla.'In. Mr. and! Mrs. Merrill Futch and ,: ,.; ;W.o.."...... : r
AND REFIMSIIED family of Tnllahn"spe "n...t'the '. ....... _- .,-:44--:: _.. ------L J. -
Postcard and I Drop r,. A Card Chas. C. weekend with Mr. and T.Ira. C w -

me see you.r 'IIA8TINGfA'ITRESiI: CO. A. Futch. I

Box 230 I'iiUtka, .'1.. ShepherdAt Miss Alice June Harding of
,.p, maholfllny Atlanta, Ga. spent: Christmas
'''n Service Station
Al I 'Ittc "an b" UKLK'IOI homcocik l meuli. and Gay's here with her parents Mr. and S

ri'1 q" W-llo' ''' 'IJ.' I"r.' Also comfortahlo(urn Iehe4 room soul at! Colonial nnfurnl'hvilapartmrnti Inn. 'e I Mrs. T. B. Harding.: Pay Your Rent To Yourself .
I -
.. := .
It Drllghtfttl I locntln.; ._ Mr. and Mrs. Joe r Tomllnson .
1-lot.e in :Ma: ll St., 4tarkS.tt'i
on < "on -
-.I.4'psrtp "'atINP, had aa holiday guettta their !

- ,Ieh j r.r .'pt) nau)' i M.YMOI'TH: 4-rxion HKPAN: son-in-law and daughter, 'fl' and Have Your Home All

_7a i> 'it '-" 1I!.oIVn.>!Vtni.>'or.nt.|,I IIHH oqiilppcd. l brand n..w with| mntoi h""I"r.pry'l.lHi'k.. (ll"l"h I Aipi'ftER'SPRESCRIPTION Mrs. Homer Slaughter end children Yours!

', nni1 I clean .all armiml, u..>ll kvl.t.. '*ui. of Baldwin. Not |,," ho.-'o.r. -
t.j" .rr", ; 1. i,\ In" financed .Sre It nt Armv rimpWrprklnir I II Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Thomas Is BEAUTIFUL hem the Js yeses far full price that <..mt
\tPr'rP ('. HIS,,tIAua f like down f ."
".p. i'uniu> payment "Th. S"-Q"... .
1 r.\\-I: : I I'rlcvd to nrll! 1'SITITATIO.V I fi ind daughter Pitcy;: r.u'.h: of. contains "'p''. roam for a two badream floor fl
..., h.. 14 n..1 i Baldwin, spent C*.-f"*"1""" here plan with plenty of window t. provide froth air ond sunlight throughout.': Walt or. el BDjOOj1 ITBA'T14. I
11.I.el.'I1I. .4 It.. ('.1-' .or..", I or I I! Job aM. 1..kk..I..r.WANTEIJ:| tvplnt! LliJy rr,ile...*..Vn%lr..$ with Mrs. ThomaV parent Mr. attractive 14 drop tiding applied over gypium .board *Insulation. Th. double' ii.,.. see of i II a .8 1srse'e II t silO

: ";'\U/ I I| 'l"ily. c-nll IS. S. .Moiicun. phuiiw I and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen. pin over 1 Inch TfrG aab-floorls,. Material for the Interior partition framing ,Is

t'T Ii i.( _151. ficnnmrk Kn-ntiir' >'" v I Holiday guccta of Mr. ar.d Mrs. furnished far you to ,install .. you ph.... The home Is given a fresh spray coat ol. paint. fl..S 1J

"' I ....arTlr .''>!tt HK.NT! : flit HAI.K" : 1 -r .. I 's. .f. Sadciwatcr. Int1Mr.! Shutter are furnished far the 1 front In choice of colo... Ta
Iir .., ,,IIrn'hat"> hou.. with lariro fpp.p4.ffl nrd > complete this unbelieveabl. Jnr HAL
: and Mrs. Oeor" Mack of J L
Gary purchase, furnish
.,' .
we you complete tot .. .,citp.ct',
H. ,.I S24! S. choirv $1.V Its uu phoi' I ) blueprints' of your ham. NOTtl '
i.lrtt; Lad., r. O. Camgues. and r'-u .
Hiimtnn.I i I! }'h. 8-0* !. .lacknunvllla. :8tt 1w >7I Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Garrigue., WERE BUILDINGS WHICH
._ the" "Sws-Qwun"
A)1Vr.n I I an" Mr* \\Vsn"1 Pi r on little,
'' POT". fcVTKD To. HIIV: l I'.d upright .. wII.. the many models' .' other "I..eI .1...
I'.'"'1. For nom.. .n 1 piano In .......d ronilltlnn. A .. daughter. Janice all of I"'t. Laud- of these economical homes f.
lJ'lrllal' lrar..n Thomas. Jr., Adjutant AiniTltmiJ BEDROOM LIVING
... erdale. ROOM
.. l'O' 03-
It 1.14 Lt. aMr*. M '-- f"'lams II I IZ'o" 5
4nAwE.': 194" DOIVIK. rurw! COUPE: oriniii.il -
Fur 1. and son. Ricky will return Monday -
WHITE owner tielllnir thla .tr..del\n. [ DRY SEASONED
/ ) .\ ('HIH late '411 model. lilack, flnlxh. radio' to Scolt Field lit. after upending LUMBER
'ir.flld I 1 Und"r. hfater. Can be financed. H". It __ 5
the holidays with Mr. and
Cn.. flCnker. at Army I'am0 Wrecking c'orp.. PHARMACIST Open Monday through Friday 8 to 5 -
will b. IIlal IIr to"'"n I 'amp BlandmgAuk for Mr. Au -r- :Mra.: T. S. Williams. Lt. WilliamsIs a. m. p. m. Closed New Year's Day SUGGESTED FLOOR FLAN
: hr.II., :Mre.eCWrpkh : bach. It attending Officers Communications -
'" .r.., ais 1(,,_ ,. 64 STARKE School and will
Fla. l-'i'L'Nl): (fhll.l hl-foral 'e tcl Phone completethe
Phn.1l24tf" See. In PrlPBfn Store Xman "Vf'. 'IO..n..r course In June ARMY
have rail InK at ) .1he..1tflit ServiceDAY CAMP WRECKING
'a : may by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox,
.n "$'k tore and pay In. for thIs sL1t
jo" II fl. 'lpr".a motor I & SIGHT Mrs. D. L. .Silcox and Mrs. James A1iJA!
oa I Stark 'n Un' I" dl. establIshed dairy rout Intarke. Lewis were visiting in .Jackson P. O. BOX 569. STARKE, FLA.
) I. .1,1 Fee local Ouatafnon* milk J or- --9 ville Monday. i
lIp man. 11 v-' 1-






E ,kl, PACH sL _ESiRgg 81.
{f .I "',1 i fl'' --- 1 la Avenue .....I.r"hur"'lrJrlnhu: STATE OF FLORIDA to; Ordern/
,: ; : l. a s after having visited Mr. and Mrs. baby Roger of Keystone Heights I. I Crystal LakeSeaplane You are r nulrd to appear onJanuary Mary Takao whose residence and Wit next my four "..kt,
.I.: ; J I J4th. HH'i! In the above address !t.: Stara Lubovna, C, 14, at S J tarke hlfn ". II' R. S. Rosier for ten days. Other visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis I.i Brooker Is Base Anal Court and Pause wherein C.,, ,t : "S tat Far Mr. and Mrs. i plaintiff nrrkH divorce. Bradford You are required to appear on ( .
} visitors of
; e holiday B. JohnsMississippi ,
: ''i'l' Mr. and Mrs Johnnie fount? Tel".raih| shall punllHh this January 34th, 19411, in the above I P.AL) A ..
t. :m.It I. q Rosier were the former's mother, and their children of Ily )(r*. Paul Stewart For KeystoneRoy i nextVllnas four weekly issues. named C peeks ant cause wherein R y Haven Alf' "I""k" "r ....1 I
+2 Dy Mrs. Bryan WhltfieWj hand and. official. seal plaintiff divorce. Bradford T. t'rnshv D .Id
'I Mrs. J. S. Rosier of Lawtey, and Yar- \ my Frank C
j.", 1'//II.)' ." 't J,.. . . S-Sgt. O B. Thompson of Raiford, and borough Mr. and and family Mrs. and Albert William . . H. Browning director or at IV Wlnrke 1V4VOb'FICl.1T.. Jr'loildrt. this December County Telegraph shall publish thlaFashioned AttYS. fur t.anI"Pit "?. t.rk.: F:
P't 1 aat
( T. W. Markey the Florida Avlatiqn Academyand SEXt." A. .I. Thomas / i I'
and their
". .1/ .. ( Mr. and Mra. George Mannassa N. C. Mrs. Thompson Yarborough of Gainesville were Mr. and ( .said Court. .
t. j little daughter, Becky Sue, have and Mrs Xmas day visiting Mr. and operator of the Keystone An Clerk of
%lid r. !land their children, Celia. and Christmas guenu of Mr. spent Hv Haven Crosby: n C. -
,iIJ"!l '. been with Mr. and Mrs. Rosier Mrs Rual Dukes of Dukes. Airpark announces that Crystal John J. llrnilvmou, lI.tl.:: | St. AVIBuitlne -
; :'j George, Jr., of Green Cove Springs Ernie Yarborough.
, : i.Ilec!: ,
\ ?q to the Airport, Florida
will Lake adjacent
I E. Wilson for several :weeks and returnto of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and 1J-21 4t 1-14
i'1t'j..I I : ,and Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch Ally fur JMf.
,; l their home with Sgt. Thompson has been approved and classified _
: ; F.of Starke were Christmas dinner Lake and their grandchildren ,family spent Saturday visiting r
, 'tN Klngaley '. ... -,
u. Bradford Cou tKlarldm
week. Seaplane lrr lt > |
I at the end of the / Rev and as a municipal Basel (
,ii;' ':( hf'i'I\; ; !guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Betty Jo and Frances) Mrs Green's parents la (kaarrrr I
, :' !ptl' fl \ ,.1 Stringfellow. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand Durden of Jacksonville Bench and i I Mrs G. E. McGauley in Palatka\ for the Town of Keystone HeightsComplete Sainurl I'. Tomllnnun Plaintiff, vs.

,,;. "' 1r ,1 t, > ., .t: Mr. and Mra. Gerald Cox andPJJ Dewey Thornton spent the Ann, Linda and Randy Johns and Mr, and Mrs. Pitt Baxter spent facilities will now b" llattlo,.>. No.it!7041.um Tonillimun. JJefeildant.C
:: '. ,..: tt'T'y' ; : f.. ":1-their daughters of Orlando were Yuletide Weekend with Mr. and, Jimmy Ritch of Starke were visitors the weekend visiting Mrs. Bax available for Visitors who fly I .r O( Pakllratlnn. A." Notice
.?,' .. I''j'tJi( ,l/'t?, '?,visitors of Mr. and Mra. R. II.jj Mrs. L. L. Thornton in Archer. of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.] Rich- ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie there by either land or seaplane. STATE To OF Appear FLORIDA to:
. ,
. '. il,t tt\: Jt1 t Cox and of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Billy Edwards of Orange Park, arde and family Monday.Mr. Lewis of Jacksonville. Keystone Heights has the dis 'Tattle M. Tomllnson. whose realdriu' y \V
; 'f 0' J Saturday night and Sun- who is a student at Clemson Mrs. H. M. RIcharde E. T Stewart Is spending several Unction of having the finest and address last known. la
.fL.:'?!. ? il!' ; 0 Bradley and 1234 Devine Street> Columbia, 8: C.: q
, .1r-4 +t !t>t,'. .)Ib College spent several days with Mrs. A 1>1. RIcharde and Jane days visiting friends and relatives aeronautics facilities for a town You are required to appear on
,. I; ': 'I'i{.! !I I' Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Jimmie Brown Godwin during the and Henry Richards attended the In Jacksonville and Baldwin. of Its size in the country Mr. nampil January Court 24th. and 1949 cause In the wherein above
, !!t l'E t ,, .< Jr. of Starke spent the immediate past week. Ritch family Christmas tree cele- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas Browning stated. plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradford I

4'\ I. .;.k'i: ;'i .;,J.Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. Godwin hadas bration at the home of Mr. and and son spent Xmas day, Mr.visiting and The Airpark expects to open Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish liftmenWltnenn this.
\,.rtiLMrB': J. Caldwell. dinner Ritch at Kingsley Lake Mrs. Douglas' parents hand and official neat
. I ,, \ their Christmas guestsMr. Mrs. J. R. my
{:1 1*'$''. ''f'I ,. Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. F. Chap- and Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Strickland of La Its Skytel to visitors by January at Stnrke, Florida, this December ,..'

1 v1''Ilt"f' II' ,'man, Jr. visited Major and Mrs. Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddish Mr. and Mra. J. B. Segree of Crosse. This does not complete but does 2.(OFFICIAL. 1948. SEAL) A. J. Thomas .;' t...
:F JMnSin' ; 'I'" Robert S. Chapman and Mrs. J. and their son, Bobby, of and visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and round out the facilities now of'ered An Clerk of Bald Cou.'t.lIy ".
Point Macclenny
East ,
In Orlando Thursday. daughter were dinner guests of by the Keystone Airpark, Haven Cr" by, D. C.
;}i' I: S. Chapman Webster and Mr. and Mrs. B E. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams dur- John J. Hen ' .t '1i. ..,* Mrs. J. S. Chapman Is the grandmother Reddish of Jacksonville.Mr. Christmas holidays. Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. and which will soon make it a nation- Florida. 1't f n
'" 'f't (t"J",, ;, (gv;' of Col. Chapman and Ma- and Mrs. W. H. Williamsand ing the weekendMr. Mrs. J. E. Hardee of Gainesville ally known spot on all aeronautical Atty.. for Plf. 12-24 4t 1-14
the Christmas
Jii': ..I it1.\i*Jr Chapman. Until their return Miss Betty Williams were in During : Saturday. charts. In ClrruH roar. Bradford CouatrKlarldat tie...a.
' 1' ;jr raf, to their home in Falls Church.tl' and Mrs. John Godwin had Raude Crews was in High In raanprrr.IlrnadiiK '
,;a ,11
'r Donaldsonville, Ga. from Saturdayuntil .
\ Plaintiff VB
r "\ J? t','.Va. Monday Col. and Mrs. Chap- reunion with Mr. and Springs Saturday. H. Carter
Monday as guests of Mr. a family I Guard[ To Drill Alice Alexander> Carter, DefendantCane .
,I, $ ; ; '\k,;i.*l man and their sona had been with Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lloyd Fleming and, their Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Morgan 11 o. 7044. For Her!
4' >,4.Mr.. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman for spent the weekend visiting friends Order Of Publication A.dotlr.
}:,oi, :" T. 3. Williams. son, Martin of Orlando: Mr. and Members of the National Guard 1o Appear
' \tl'',i ( ,t"ha' week. Mrs. M. Barton and their sons and relatives In Wllliston. Company are reminded that regular STATE OF FLORIDA to:
"'. 1 'fit B ; Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall returned whose She'll appreciate your thoughtfulness
: j : ; Miss Pauline Brannen and Jack Mrs. Eva Harrell and Mrs. Alice Alexander Carter re' if
Mr. and Mrs. Wed you
and drill will be resumed
of the
l 7.h from Jacksonville Idenre last known Is Tunatall Virgin send her
of Jacksonville dinner Sunday Freda Hamilton shopping a corsage for the New
elllon were were Year's
ti > (
: f. ( Lloyd Suggs of Starke as their nesday night Jan. 5.to la: Eve
" : :'I : y l ij guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. where they had been with relatives Miss Jean Godwin returnedto in Gainesville Friday. You are required td appear on dance or party. No matter what the occasion
: ; .T {I'1\\Brannen Christmas evening. during the Christmas week-and Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rosa Pinholster spent the please attend. January named Court 24th and 194'i!, cause In the wherein above the corsage we fashion for her will be one of

1' ;. Ca U{, In addition to Mr. and Mrs. end. Mrs. Maude Johnson of that city Fleming to visit them this week. Xmas holidays visiting her son The Brooker Baptist W. M.: S. plaintiff seeks ct I voice. Bradford this. sheer floral beauty. Place' your order :NO\\\ [
\ "I Gerald Cox and family of Orlando Mrs. J. B. Johnson and Mr. and County Telegraph shall publish !
J'f..f, ; IIf of business and .
t Mr. and Mrs. Other Sunday dinner guests will hold its regular Order In next four weekly Imiuea.Wltnen
, Flowers For
,\ their visitors Sunday Mi, and Randall for a visit. at Stitrke, (Florida thin December All Occasions
Jla. ;
i : I John Bray and J. W. Holmes of ville.Mr. the church. All members are 22, tool
} ; J. .Airs. Vance Geiger, Mr. and Mrs.: Mr. and Mrs. Colvin Morganand Raiford. and Mrs. Bob Long and asked to be present (OFKICJATj SEAL) A. J. Thomas
.: )'' ''f.Reese Bradley and their sons, daughters of Glen St. Mary daughter of Columbus, Ga. are visIting An Clerk of mild Court.
; .
l f.I Fir Haven Crosby, r> C.
j: ') (J.,: ,;. {Clinton and Jack, and Mr. and were visitors of Mr. and Mrs I..ARRIIT'IIF.I.I.. HARPERMr Mr. Long's parents, Mr. 'n rlrrul (bu r f. Ilrndfonl (Count, John J. Henderson, Kxq, St. AUBTHH -
' ;1 i) t- .;:!I ij;SMrs. Jimmie Bradley all of Jack- \V. H. Morgan Christmas night. and Mrs. E. C Long. lurlilni" t In Cltnncrrr, ,, tine, Flnrldn.Attyx. COLONIAL FLORIST
, a ; Harry ](ayes Haywoml Jr Plaintiff,,, for Plf. 12-24:! 4t 1-14
C M.
":'\\1' i;, i !f','nonville. Bradley Geiger of Mo.bile. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Eddie Mitchell The Brooker Home Demonstration vs Shirley Hnlfo Haywood. Defend-.
iI i: k,; : .f .' Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Turney during the holiday season Harper of Staike announce the Club will hold its regular Rot Cass, No. 7029 In ('Ir.. ('<.nrt. Hradford. (otintr, PHONE
\ 218
Order Of ruhllfntlon And NoticeTo klorldat In ('Aaneery.indislav
+4of' lil" 4,., Bradley and their son, Johnny, were Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tur birth of a son, Larry Mitchell\ monthly meeting at the Community Appear I Taknc, Plaintiff va, :Mary
;!'} ; :' a of RaIford. ney and children of Jacksonville born Dec. 21 at the Shadycresthospital. Center on Tuesday, Jan. 4, STATE! OK I"L.UItIDA to: rnknr. Pefendant Case .No. 7045. Mi'". Chat Schmitt < ,
.,. .. na St(, ,,
4 ,; tr. j1 Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Charles W Tur- at 2 p.m. All members are asked Shirley ant unite acUlrex Hnyuooil.Is 1642 whose Montlcel-realenco Order Of Publication Appear NoticeTa r elate"'

'ti'M; : > ..A.. W. Anderson Ja. of Starke ney and children of Krultland .
: - - -- - - - - - - - - -
,F.: '' J'Mr. and Mrs J, G Caldwell and Park and Mr. and Mr*. Newton V .. H-' P nHvlBARKSDALE'S -
- - - - W n v
:l a 4k i":' i n: j their daughters. Misses Lila Rae, I Turney and children of Dallas,
$)J' \\1 F t J June, Peggy and Frances. and Texas.
'" "; ,' j J.i: Alex Yawn spent Sunday with Billy Lee of Jacksonville ar.d::
f -i. ;t: .:t Mrs. J B. Caldwell In Ocala. Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Lee of

,'iJ t r Christmas supper guests of Mr Starke spent Christmas week Store
'j ,:''ft:.)! I tl' and Mrs. Jim Ritch were Capt. with Mr. and Mrs. Frank W Lire
) y 1 J "1 : and Mrs. Francis M. Williams and Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.

J t. their son, Ricky of Belleville, Grlner from Christmas morning
..:{ '. iJ III. and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Judd until Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
F{{ it 1f 'iI,, and children of Starke Martin Relnau and their children
; ,.>. 4L f!. ,::R: Christmas visitors of Mr. and of Palatka and Mrs. W. M. Reinau
!,D I 4, Mrs, W. N. North were Mr. and and Miss Faye Reinau of Orlando.
'\.I'I : : \ Mrs. H. G. Davis. Jr. of Gaines Rev. and Mrs. Norman Meoklem JANUARY & FEBRUARY

l vine :Mr.! and Mrs. North also of Crescent City and their daughter -
;, I i' F}, 'i\ [had Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davia Mrs. Emily Johnson of New

'y' )i' a iof[ Starke as their dinner guests Jersey, were overnight guests of
lev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd
\ I j.t Sunday.
:j.' tl fla! During the Christmas holidays Monday. New Items Added
t t'rt 1 ft Mrs. J. W. Lee and Sam Ayres I Monday evening their home DailyMEN'S
I ft:, "4: J;t*of Atlanta, Ga were visitors of Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd had
:}tlf. 1ft LtfcMr.. and Mrs. J. R Chasteen. : an Informal gathering! friends _
t If t: *,*j P. S. Crews visited Mr. and from the Farm and from near-by
::rH:. ''t .j fit t, Mrs. J B. Crews in Lake Butler town who had attended the Christ
,,,, "t Sunday. ; mas pageant presented by Rev. I
''J 1i'f, c, I I' ;:[. :Mr.! and Mrs. J. C Wallace spent Shepherd and J. W Ritch. In UNDERWEAR
t1 i ftthe Christmas holidays with, rela- addition to seasonal decorations Men's DRESS SHOESMen's
j ",'. lives In Jacksonville and
vj,. : Jy{. specimen gladioli poinsettias
., ; !,jf)I Mr. and Mrs. Troy Eason of narcissi added to the beauty of UNION SUITS 1.89
;t '.. : : ': Rocky Mount, N. C. arrived the rooms used on this occasion. - -

J of ,11,1 Thursday of last week to visit the From a beautifully appointed tea -- Friedman Shelby ---.As Low As 5,95Men's ,
: ; I \ latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. table the hosts served sandwiched Men's UNION SUITS - 1.95
i R,. :4 W. Murphy for about a week. and fruitcake :with coffee. ..
i 0 'fM)" Together with her visitors. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw Men's LONG DRAWERS 1.39
t with Mr. Tornmle, of Lake -
J'I Murphy spent Sunday and their son ..
',, ;, and Mrs. Harold Frimuth in Ocala. Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. M. D.Young Famous Brand SOCKS
k I'.' ,! ". 'r': '' Holiday visitors of Mr. and from Friday until Monday. Men's RIBBED SHIRTS - 1.39
... i'1' Mrs. R. P. McLendon Mr. of Mr. .. INFANTS'ALLWOOLSWEATER
J I' were Additional Sunday guests r Were 55c ea. - -Now 3 for 1.29
3 ,: and Mrs. Charlea Cogdill of Tam- and Mrs. Young 'were Mr. and
1 39c
Men's SHORTS 65c
I t /
,'! Mr. and Mrs. McDonell and Charles Now 1.98
f : I Jpa Rudy Mrs. Ira Young Were 75c Now 3 for 1.50 1
ea. - -
I : lLl and their baby son, Rudy Jr., Young also of Lake Butler.
.Jr.-'il i;: ;.' fr', of Dunnellon and Mrs. L. B. Mc- During the Immediate Christ.
: -'. 'j J, : Lendon of Jacksonville.1st mall hOlidays.Mr. and Mrs. LyleA. WORK CLOTHING BABY CAPS, All Wool - 69c
t"" s ) :, 1st Lt. and Mrs. J. R. Jones Noland and their baby Meredith CHILDREN'S UNDERWEARMen's
'f W ; i? :; and family returned to their home Ann of' Orlando and Mr. and

!'I t.";. :r'l'; ''tt'I In Fayettevllle N. C. Tuesday Mrs. Marcus. Reddish and their 8 oz. Blue OVERALLS.- 2.69 BOOTIES, All Wool 42c Children's UNION SUITS 1.15

\\J ',' ,. .H!.. .

i Men's 8 oz. Blue DUNGAREES 2.29 SWEATERS, Hand Emb. 2.49 Children's UNION SUITS 1.39Men's

t Moleskin"Strie. PANTS 3.29 Children's Bath Robes as low as 1.69


: : Men's Heavy Stripe PANTS 2.98Men's Elastic In Waist ,- - 2.98Children's ''

KHAKI PANTS is !low as 1.98 Children's SNOW SUITS 5.95

I Corduroy Overalls . 1.39

r. Helped (fill your Prescription II Men's Blue WORK SHIRTS 1.39


Age 8 to 14 years 98c to 2.98

I 49c 98c 1.49
r}tS Children's Fast Color
S 1

a t i J :- 1iIEIEEIii; Print DRESSES 1.49&up -

t Children's Sweaters . 98c up

,u a. l\ WORK SHOES Ladies' All-Wool Sweaters 1.98 up One Lot As Low Its - 7.95

Others $12.95 and up


4.49 4.95" .. 5.95 Boys' WOOL JACKETS

1 Lot Ladies' Dresses ONE-HALF OFF!

6.95 7.95 NOW Priced As Low As 3.49

I 1 Lot Ladies' Coat Suits One-Half Off!


: a,
B- ReductionOn

r One Lot Made By General Shoe Co. Reduction On ALL LADIES' DRESSES! 19

y.v bring a prcMflptton to us to bt flll.d,our phwiMchti

I WHIM ..... MM bMl ol the wotl.T. ratovrtM for the. b.aMf REDUCTION On ALL LADIES' HATS!

!'w t bgrtdtart wWch ere skillfully cwnpovnM. fat* y!N Only 2,98 On Men's & Boy's

...11-, ....... IM thwMMt ,..,.. hmt MlpH. faHMri MK' RedqctionOnAIILADIES'HANDBAGSI' ;
1'1'a.. eiId purify MM rfrvft that MM ill. ell. err ... I''lb' t* b. G
Ladies' First Quality Nylons . 98c
: in.bhted by vn. Pin t* entity W y OW ...... BOOTSCOME

,1' Prescriptions Called For & Delivered 1 Lot Ladies' SLIPS _ 1.98Ladies'

'1 nONE>> 53 Reduction On ALL Ladies' Shoes Outing_GOWNS _- Now _1.69

I i..__Koch Drug Store I I Some As Low As 1.98 Ladies'. Outing PAJAMAS Now 2.49 AND SEE!

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I un___ ___ ___ : ._
I Christian Church I Presbyterian visited l Mrs. Johns' mother. Mrs
Church i I Baptist Church At The TabernacleThe Baptists Will Enjoy I N. A. Connor of Midway, Saturday -'
hurcb News Sunday, Jan. 5: Bible School The First New RiverAND ,
Presbyterian Church Varied Events At
I A new year and new plans for Christmas, Eve Programwas Mann
10 Wilbur
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a. will hold Its usual 2.tr. and Mrs.
: morning services new victories, with the Lord. At pronounced the best ever Watch ServiceVaried visited )Mrs
m., sermon topic, "InventoryTime" I at 11 a.m. Beginning a Night LONG BRIDGE and Children\ : of Ocala
Episcopal series of the First Baptist Starke Sunday held at the Tabernacle. It consisted Mm. E. A. Mrs. Julia Johns
Ity SappKKVlVAIj Marn's mother
fark's sermons on the miraclesof I'
: Evening service 7:30: p. morning at 11 o'clock the Pastor, chiefly of various musical are the events that will\ .
topic "Christ, Sin, Jesus, the sermon for the Rev. e Sunday.Mr.
Vicar m. Salvation" Lewis D.
D. Halnes "A read-
[7 Simmons, B. first Sunday In the New brings numbers and two or three keep the service at the First Bap- and Mrs. Dempsey Sappof
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 will Preview of 1919". The choir will SUNDAY
31Great be based the Ings. The old loved Christmas tist Church moving along fast this BEGINS Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
Dec' Scenes From p.m. Baptizing In Hampton Lake into wine on the changing first of water be directed by Mrs. Ethel Bigg Carols being sung by the entire I Friday night as. Baptists and There will\ be revival services W. R. Ward and children of
::11 "'''Yo and J" 3 p.m. CYF meets Friday night In of Jesus'miracles. and Mrs. Mona Canova will be at assembly and some very beautiful friends gather at 8 o'clock to at Long Bridge Christian Church Starke enjoyed Xmas dinner with,
case of
t Plays 8 I extreme cold, the organ. new numbers by the Choir of watch the New Year come. beginning next Sun. Jan. 2, Sat.
Mrs. E. A. Sapp
p.m.J. services will be Mr. and
WRUFJan held In the
B. Dixon, chapel .
Ion Pastor Miss Caudle Ha- the 16th. Two weeks of
people. through
Sunday the
2: i where all can be assured of I evening during Hap young Always a great meeting of Miss Louise Welch, Miss Kerce
School. Nur- fort. com- py Hour at 7:30: Mrs. Morse and' zen, who Is home for the holidays, Christians this service is even "Old Fashioned Revival Services". and Miss Arlie Hallager of Lake
111 Church and PriService- Long Bridge Revival Sunday School closes I Mrs. Mann will be the piano-or. gave interesting experiences of Evangelist Bill Piper of the Char- Butler attended prayer meetingat
added at
Kindergarten begin gun duo. The Hinging will be directed -I her teaching work In Louisiana. greater with Its many lea E. Fuller Foundation will do Mon. night
l In promptly at 0:43: It Long Bridge
a.m. ls
apartments Intermed- Evangelist Bill Piper will conduct the good hoped by the Pastor. Both morning and evening services tractions. Following a Hong-sing the preaching. Everyone welcome.
F. and of
i two weeks of "Old Fashioned precept Sunday were In charge; of Moving pictures will
hpartments In the. church. ing Sundays will be steadily Increased The evangelistic; message of the ing period Mr and Mrs. Carl Thomas are
Communion and ser- Revival Hour" services at the during this New Year. evening will be one on security Rev. Gordon L. Purdy music of In Park-the be shown of the activities of the rejoicing over a son born Wed., RELIEF AT LAST
1 1 Holv Long Bridge; Church beginning; I All members and All Skeptics and doubters are Special the The too,
Kev. Hamilton friends of the Park- church during past year. Dec. 22, and quite a Bon
Rt. forenoon the
the Sunday, Jan. 2, and was given by
continuing church and Sunday School I urged to hear this message the will be 14 Ibs. COUGH
A D Bishop Coadjutor through Jan. 16. Services will are of-the-Palms group and In the Pastor's trip to Cuba weighing For Your
scorn of the unsaved, "OnceSavedSaved"
cordially welcomed J. Hammockof
to attend :Mr. and Mrs. P.
t/Diocese of Florida. begin at 7:30: each night and the a evening a choir of eight young shown for the first time in full
covered dish supper In the chapel, Jax. were visiting Mr. and Creomulsionrelieves prompdybecauseIe
L I 3'' public Is cordially Invited to at- January 5, at Mid-week belt men gave valuable service, anda color. Just before refreshmentsare the cat of the ttouble'
J> 7:30: pm Realizing service will be Mrs. Merritt Xmas day. goes right to
awoman's Auxiliarythly number broughtby
special was
member received Into laden
tend. all -
'p m the Wednesday 7:15 directed the off Race help loosen and expel germ
great Mrs.
Importance of the : by Veerand Ophllta Padgett to
In the SerI Miss Ella Mae Van Der ud
meeting family as an Institution, the pas- Pastor with testimony and Bible Mr. Cartu-ll with violin obli- the church during 1918 will pond, Ga. spent the holidays visiting phlegm and aid nature inflamed to soothe brondu
Center school in the Service Center. tor families Study. Other and Mrs. Ira Merritt heal raw tender,
urges to be presentand W. B. and receive special recognition. Mr. .. druggist
McKinney Tell
gata by
I mbran your
Lv, Jan. 6: The church and meditation.Is open dally for to enjoy blessed fellowship Sunday School begins each Sun- Mr. Gomes> at the piano. events Include a W. M. U. report and Mr, and Mrs. Meadows An- mucous*> sell m you a bottle of CrcomuUion
fjm. cub Leaders training prayer with other families. Following the day at 9.15; with classes for all The Congregation Is looking by Mrs. Sparks and a baptizingof derson. 'with the undemanding you' must MM
-'- '-_n__-. ,-_-,_" supper, the first prayer meeting ages and Training Unions meetat I forward to next Sunday whena candidates from Graham by Miss ImoJean Moncus of Par- the "way it quickly allays the cough
-- :--- for 1918 will be held. Choir mem- 6:15: for fellowship, and train- group from the Tennessee Tem- rott, Ga. enjoyed a pleasant visit or you are to have your moaeyBaclc.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE bers are urged to begin rehearsal Ing In church membership.A ple College, of Chattanooga, will Rev. Hemmlngway. with Miss Louise Johns throughthe CREOMULSIONforCoughs.ChcstColds.Bronchtir'
"" *" promptly at 7 o'clock so that cordial Invitation is extended be present to cbnduct the ser Student Hour will be conducted Xmas holidays.
they will be ready to join with to all to attend these and all vices. Don't miss this special by eight; young people and Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns
of Town And la Heartsof <<
"In Tbe Heart the others at 7:30: for the supper. services at this church. occasion. will be climaxed by a message;
The People""Suuthf.'rn The pastor and all officers The National Committee MeetIng from Miss Caudle Hazen on the
take this opportunity to wish one CIH'RCII OF CIIRIST of N. L. E. A. will begin challenge of missionary service.
Baptist. Church For All People and all a Christian New Year here Thursday. Jan. 6. Following a consecration period,
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday will be welcomed
filled with the many rich bless- the new year
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday while observing the ordinance of
ings which God alone bestow
Sl tla1 School 8:43: Trailing Union 6:15: upon us, If we will but can open our Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun- New Year ObservanceAt the Lord's supper A nursery and

Mornlnlf Worship Evening Hour 7:30 hearts to Him and let our footsteps dayBible Methodist Church playroom with attendants will ba I

11:00 Wed. Mid-Week Sen Ice '7St follow In the path of the Study Is every Wednes- This Friday NightThe open during evening for small
Master. day at 7:45: children and babies.
John Warren Kaufman, Pastor.i'ENTECOST.IL CHURCH OF GOD sermon subject for the 11 L 4wJ.
MORNING: "A Preview.Of 1919" o'clock hour Sunday morning In Bishop West I
8th & St. Clair Sta.
[SUNDAY EVENING: "Once Saved Saved" HOLINESS Rev. L. Williams, Pastor the tween Methodish the Beginning Church will and be "Be-the To Pay Official
10th St. and 'I'f.1I1111eve.. School 10
\TCII. fHT; SERVICE TONIGHT (FIU.) 8 1". :M. Sunday School 9:15: a. m.j; Morn- Sunday Sunday Morning Worship a.m. 11 a.m. End", This will be a message for Visit Here SundayThe
the New Year with a challengefor
-- Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Sunday Service 7 "AilIt's
: : I Evening p.m.Y. us all. Resolutions are of value Rt. Rev. Hamilton West,
"\i lt The Church With The Visiting Pastor" i Services 7.00; p. m. Everyonawelcome. P. E. Service Tuesday 7 p.m. only as we put them into action. Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese : : _
------------ -.., Prayer Meeting Thursday 7
; p.m.
--- I This first Sunday of the New of Florida, will be the celebrantand
.. -- - --------i Year Is a good time to begin. Regular preacher at the Holy Com- _
- - -------- church attendence is cer- munion service at''St. Mark'sEpiscopal

THRIFTY PEOPLE SHOP AT THEIR tainly a good resolution for all of Church on Sunday at ...IN M
us to make and keep. 11 o'clock.This .
Sunday evening at the 7:30: will be Bishop West's first
![ .11'1'Y We Reserve hour there will be a Candlelight official visit to St. Mark's and A Fact -

JITNEY-JUNGLE Communion Service. The subject the Rev. Mr. Simmons, Vicar
X E \V The Right To of the Communion Meditation will urges all members to be present.A Clean Clothes Last LongerTo
be, "A Picture of God.> Parents cordial Invitation Is extendedto
( YEAR I Limit Quantities are especially urged to bring their residents of Starke to ;worship get maximum wear out of your clothes
I children to this service. with us next Sunday and to meet start the NEW YEAR RIGHT by lettingus
There ;will be a Watch-night Bishop West, I dry clean them for you regularly. Our

Service on Friday from 9 to 9:30 thorough, yet gentle cleaning restores the
p.m., and another from 11:30 to '''CARD OF THANKS original newness. Our service is fast our

Large .. 25c 12 midnight. There will be a / I work is dependable and our prices are most
- recreational program in the Edu Thank you, American Legion
Soap Powder cational Building between these Post No. 56, and you, Mr. Dem- I reasonable. Call us at 135 today.
ux two services. Everyone Is Invitedto Ichael Glllhooley, for getting me
SmaB,2for 19c into the Veterans' Hospital
- attend any part, or all, of recently PHONE 135
these services. when it was so necessary. I
Let's make Legion membership ROBT. 315
CONGREGATIONAL 100 percent strong, fellows, what I
MKTHODIBT CHURCH say you! I ini GREEN, Temple

(Signed) O. L. Roberts A..,.
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fls. Pastor. Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m.


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all l'\.GE EIGHT __ __ ___ FRpl1
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1 I' i j services rendered during the past I Ill'r; R. G. Kidd IlarRhal.I I January 14th. 1949, In the above the addresses of all of wh''n' renter -mJauutr
J:11: American Legion named. Court And cause wherein "nknown to the Plaintiff ? -
I 'toIt i 1t\t\ >ti ; \ District Governor Stresses Responsibility year I Installed aa new officers of the seek. divorce alld restoraDhJntlff that the Plaintiff ha" b..en .x""I.t/IntoI'. COllt. t anll Jt. UtI.I I. ,
Year of mallen nam" R radta.d mod and being y > II
Begins Brooker lodge were: T. B. Rahn.I Informed doss .ke
: 'Ht'Jit\I.r;: :\ Of .Individual Rotarians On Visit Here As an entertainment feature County Telegraph shall publish this hove that a copy ot thlll be- Telr dlorcayt sIn n
; !. W. 101.; H, C. Douglas, S. W.; weekly issues. of suit mllll..d Notice naraUh tAlII 9r
1 ,' In Fine Shape at this meeting a captured German Order In next four above ", ..dperties, ..{
ffi" n'PIl': I war film was shown by \V. I Z. W. Hamilton, J. W.; H. P. Witness ny hand and official seal In care ff sire. James, lIL1nnl"k. 142 R'ititata. m se Yi9
the reo
Emphl1.Jlzlng South tnion
1it'14; )I 1k'I"' 'M' .ponslbllitlea on Rotarians to live American Legion Post No. 56 C. Rhoden.It Morgan S. D.; Tyler Jones, J. at 22, Ntarke 19'. Florida. this December. b. delivered 01'Akron forwarded t. Onlt"to, Will the/ Bty18 a E'loeld4l

} : the "Ideals" of Rotary InternaI will enter the new year with Its was announced that State ,I D.; C. F. Padgett Secretary; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, .1': ThnmuA" above Defendants named. pa.tI.(.Ireetl.Ra1 I <1
I + i V4 I' tional Francis R. Bridges, Jr., membership more than double Senator Slater Smith of Green Truby Parrish Chaplain haven Croeby{'I..k D.01 C said Court.Ily hereby notified that a proceeding You. .are }' iay.nCro !,)
f ;
) ,.r to quiet title ;
I hal jd
been 't
'l'i1jr Gov- Post Commander Mike Gllhooley T. Frank Starks Florida, brought
} ,\ Ta llahaasea. Rotary District Cove Springs will be present at Landrum the Circuit Court In In It,, ;
and ; :
1 local u 4' announced at the regular meeting Council I Atty. for Plf 12.U 4t 1.14I. ford for brad.( for Plfan 8;
'J' ; t'rnor, Tuesday night told > the next meeting of the Post on Meeting r County 'Iorhla. against. You

,'. .. }} :. d st'I"\'lce club membt'rs that In his of the Post held here Tuesday January 11 to discuss proposed Set For January 11 .. "Ir..all Court. Bradford. CoceSy, : any estatet righlt. title per.Qn.or Int..r..t clahl1ln'; Flo. rl.'III..'.,' ('..;1;; ;
fJii. !IId. opinion If the "Ideals" were tol- night, This Increase will qualify veterans legislation. Florldsl I. ('banter?. ., or lien upon the folluwlnad".c.l.Inl.'l 1"enlsh' FNlllq
't I ,
: .
!1.\< : lowed "peace would at last come I the Post for an Award of Merit The regular meeting of the City 01.Kenneth Sullivan K. Smith Mmlth Defendant Plaintiff, Case" ford bed real County.property.Florida situate to.wlt In (;red. till 70r.1.M"."nm, U..hll&. 1'10In"",
+ '\ } iti,it, to this earth and life :would be by National Headquarters, the Na. 7035. The North :
,r.. 'l'wenty.flve Order
:, all. Df
).. ; I: .'; abundant to Tuesday night Jan 4, because of To Appear North Half of the liT
( the Northeast. (,Iua,'. '1'1'1' ;Tpsda:
f f\'f\' -j,: "It., Bridges was making his official I A8 another indication of progress Install New Officers the Inauguration In Tallahassee, STATE OF FLORIDA to: ter of Section Twenty-four' (21) A AlHrtl! :PIr'q:
\ j .. and dur- 4 k Kenneth K. Smith whose. residence Township 8 South. : I. 110 t'neq'
i : / ul visit to the Starke club the Commander announced I 22 RaetI 1< I wet
J.t \ Johns announced
{f4 Clerk Carl
City and Yon
i t'o'I"'
n In Joint I. unknown: you are hereby
..J:, 1.1 '.t'' Ing the extended session he and I that more than $1,000 hal! been Ceremony yesterday. You are required to appear on with the Clerk of Bald r"1ufr..d Court to file;' ..nlll.ry are:31 '.0111, r"d
I ,I \ I' of the club discussed at January 14th. 1949 In the above written appearance ( YOur'Court 19/1,la,
.t < :.: members spent by the Post this year on .
;P Joint Installation ceremonies for The council will meet on Tuesday named Court and cause wherein : .. Perpsonally or ereks. dlvsr.U14
': ;:t,4;t'I' Ii 1:!' :! tl 1,: length the many phases of the Improvements, additions, and repairs newly elected officers of the night, Jan. 11. plaintiff seeks. divorce and restora- I on or before the t ntth day of Jan. T..Jf.apn In .ho". II"ep
:1' / 9 Rotary program. President Her- to the Hall. The moat recent Lion ot maiden nam. Bradford : wary 19'9, and thereafter to file nO"t tour .k IhaWit ,
J 't' Starke and Brooker Masonic r .
'I' shall puhll..h thl.Or.l..r with said Clerk '
County Telegraph
I .Ii ': bert Deal of the local club was, addition Is kitchen which your written de. gyres mr "
,: .''J 1: a Lodges were held here Monday 1 In next four weekly I..UII" 'fena08. If any, to the Jlln ot Com. ; rq' .' lt(.,
t.+ .':p ,)! In charge of the meeting, will be tully equipped soon to rtaus Witness my hand and official seal plaint at the times prescribed .[ 10"11&.
\ night with V. S. St. John by (
v 4I} serving at Starke. Florida, thlll December IFFICI.\!.
discussion of "voca'y'11 the
i' 1 i'I' During serve snacks to the members at 20. 1945.OFFCIAt.. righttorrinteresti or RRALI
as installing officer assisted by a lien upon, A.
\( ; '))11 ,\ tional ervlce" by Rotarians dpi meetings ( SEAL; ) A. .1 Thomas the above described property claim. JI'y Ilan rivy
P. M. Barefoot Marshall. H. HrCo'ejl/
w': 4' the Rotary Coder as A. Clerk ot said. Court. ed by you. Heroin tall not II .
( Bridles quoted or
f"f'olo' An Executive Board WIUI' named Judlt. Attyr for'" 81t
By' Haven Crosby O. C. ment will be entered
"gr. '' U of Ethics and tied Into that the The installation ceremonies were Florida, against You
; .l.l.l'FI' to transact matters of business A E. Knight, "dtarke' by detail It. .
iM' that IIIl I held after degree work during Atty. for Pit. U-U 4t 1.14
"L '&.: \ ,, Rotary- "FourVay Test" : Francis R. ridgn. Jr. rather than have such Items take C CourtnateStarkenFlorida "f lIal.1
.: > ")'k'ii'-: "Is It the truth? is It fair to all which Mack Io"utch was administered thle 8th
hJH up time during the regular meetInga. 7 I. the Circuit ('curt I" and for day of December A. D. U4S.
,it'U. 1 ; : "' concerned? Will It build good will I world's most stalwart youth boy I The Committee will consist the Masters Degree. I liradfurd. Number("'o.aty.7018.O. Fleridsi. I. ('ban.'err Clerk(Official Seal) A. J. Thomas, a.. W. C
of the
'! 't L 1)) and better friendships? Will It and girls who If given a chance I of Commander Gilhooley Post I, Officers of the Starke lodge 4 Thompson. J.? Plaintiff venus 12.10 tt 12.31 above styled Cuu..t .
hlrit f '?' be beneficial to all concerned?" In the right way will make good' were Installed as follows: F. L. I. ('Ireult Ceert. O..lfo' Coeniy, All persons claiming any estate TIIF.
';, 'd Adjutant A. J. Thomas Jr.. See-I: Florid.. I. l'b..eerr.Huth right title or interest In. nr liens In Circuit Chart. DF'tllgl:
) Rotarians In the more than citizens." He suggested close cooperation I I Durehimer W. M.; S. L. Peek, ;: nrsdford (
!-l 1 ber Goodman, Lex Green and S. icier' Roderker. Plaintiff vs.Nlcholae upon. the real property herein deb. Florldnt !n Chaneery; : 'o.n'1 01' TIiP
"' "i: : !- 6,600 clubs throughout the world by Rotarians with the I G. Dt'nmark. 'I, S.V..; Freeman Register Jr., J, .. ("a.Edward.. Nt 70.1tobcksrr.. De- scribed. or any Part thereof Defendants. Marie H. May"o. ['bunt Iff. "R Thin T. I'.. "ILL LArU
i' toward W.; J, H. DuPre, S. D. L. I.. > 1..1 lIIaynor, U..tel1da"t. CliNe BE 10
,' have contributed $2.000,000 work of the Florida Chlldrl'n's ; order Of Pebllealoa .'.d Netlee: The State of Florida. Ens All p..r.IInnll 705. No.,, IIO\IF. m' :
sl';'r'\fjh I ,j; a foundation named In honor of Commission and the Bradford I\ Post Adjutant Thomas was pre. Libby J. D.; A. J, Thomas Jr.. T. Appear claiming any estate, rlffht. Order 01 PnbU.1..n .'nd :Nstir n.u'T fl\! QI
founder of Children's Committee seated with an electric coffee S. S; J. Underhill J. S. C. A. STATE 0. FLORIDA to: title 0' Interest In, or lien upon, the .1'0 Appear e nlRtt
'" \'hj" the late Paul Harris, County say. : ; Nlcho..... Edward Rodecker whose ntItol: :
I I I real property herein .crlhe". or lII'r'T'" OF :
I. 1 ''(I r If::1 Rotary, Bridge announced. The Ing the organizations were "po- perculator as a token of appreciation Futch Secretary; V. S. St. John, I residence and address. 1 is: 121.09.. Any part thereof: And slso tot Daniel lIIaynor, whose 1.01110'residence tot .is. \Inn.: fXPETtn t
/ f ... Foundation l is sponsoring gradu- tentlaJly fine groups If they work from the Post for Treasurer; P. M. Barefoot Ty- 157th 8Ire.t. Jamaica I, N. Y.: (, vnara Minnlek Mary tlnnlrk, llar unknown: I
,: *\lIf : '' I are required to appear on ry Minnick and Virginia Minnick TOil are required to. appear
1" ',kr-' : ate studies by men and womensot untiringly and have the whole. II: on
'' pr that different parts of the world hearted, prayerful backing of Rotarians -

\'f ,\.j "'i ,, \ might become aware of how and other good citizens," .
,! "I "" i'i' I others live, he Held the plan bed' He alRo urged Boy Scout and

(?'', \'"L S 'til, Ing for there to be 41 holders of Girl Scout efforts.In .

'\' :', 'I I 1 Xt,,}f one-year IIcholarshlp during the I closing Bridges Insisted that
: 1949-1i.i scholastic year, The' members of the local club "be I

"." I"J': I't i, Foundation plans reveal Rotary'8 working Rotarians. Rotarians
,,,\ \\ WI'-: International service "In action." i who by virtue or being members WE RINm *

'.';.. ;'i l.*, .\.,j ,'\ t:, ) hI' commentl'd.t1r of Rotary are better men and
; 1'1"h" +( /F f.' Urging "youth service." Bridges better citizens In Starke, Bradford .

<;" ''f referred briefly to the work of County, Florida and the

,.. \\ft( f., M the Florida Parole Commission United States of America." ,*

A f C t ? I. of which he 18 chairman and In.f Reports from the various Ro-

,f,1' ,, 4 listed! Rotarians should take the tary committees were received
Q.I J. 'I lead In offering "und..rstanding and the meeting was closed with

':t ". i I guidanee" to youngsters H. ex- a roundtable discussion of what With CORDIAL GREETINGS To Our FRIENDS AND\ CUSTO1ERSI

4 $ i 1f1 j: pressed the view that this coun- the organization has meant to !

'J.\1, ,tlid. ;l, try "ean rightfully boast of the the Individual member. I


i ,, / We want you to know just how much we appreciate the
I All 1'E."n" AGO And while Willie Jones Post of = generous patronage that

1892 Issue the American Legion say to join you have bestowed upon us during the just closed
I From the Dec. 16. 'I-- year and we
S 1I' up-duea per year are only 200. assure you that we
Tele t T
of The Bradford County
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( 'di graph) will do everything in our power to warrant continued
:I. W. Andrewe Sr.. made a your good will and support

"i 3 The Bradford County SUlld.1Y business trip to the Metropolis during the New Year which
we are now entering
( School association met last mouth Monday. upon.

ry to 4' and formed a committee on re- A. M. Darby local merchant,

cl'ptlon. The ladles on the commit- has received a handsome new
t tee are Mrs. W. E. Davis MrII.S. cash register for use In his store.
} 4 I. Sternburg Mine Florida
: Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Ii" McAfee Mrs. Hall Mrs. Thomaa I Winkler December 6th, a daughter. -

and Mrs. Epperson. The young lady has been

t)' + y II "Happy homes can be made christened Julia Mereay.Messrs. .
i'C still happier, providing you procure '1-1. C. Wall and W. 1\1. RememberSHOP

.''. 1 a new home lIewing machine WainwrIght motored to MIami EARL
; before thehoUday," says the ad Wednesday Mr. Wall returned

u', I, I of Truby, Stetnburg t4: Co. On home on Monday.

v g 1 .(k the oppoalte' page, Rlpans Tabu- Always the best-advl8es the t

; les claim to' "cure liver troubles Telegraph In a front page editorial -
d assist digestion cure constipation "Trade at Home"

I V. + I ; n;di,, cure dyspepsia and banish The Undersigned Stores
t ,
:: I pain.." And a firm In Chicago Accident Victim
'I offers to cure the morphiJle habit
JI at home .
James Delbert Casey, Navy \
,'t Local affairs: veteran, Is In the Jacksonville

9 i1r Vote tomorrow and vote early. Naval Hospital with his arm Will Be Closed
There Is no holiday ter the broken In three places 811 the re- ALL DAY

Prlnt.er. Thq Telegraph will Issue suit of an accident Monday nIght

?r F as usual next week. about 9 o'clock It Is reported
Mr, and Mra. Wm.. IStruth and that Casey had parked his truck
t baby paid a visit to Mr. W. 0.i' In front of the Washeteria on

I Green and family last week. Temple Avenue with two wheels
i' 1 1 i a+, There ''a talk of extending the up on the sidewalk so as to be Saturday New Year's Da

k Incorporation of Starke south more completely out of the way

I across Alligator creek 110 I1.J to of traffic. He had gone around :
1 make citizens of the alligators In front of the truck to see If

V ,,4 Don.t forget to read J. O. AI- the wheels were on the sidewalk, 4tt
1' varez's new advertisement this when a car driven by a Mr. Ward

wet'k. He means just what he from Ma achusett8, ran Into the

;I advertises.r0 back of the truck and pinned

Deputy County Clerk N. D. Casey's arm between the front
1 1 I Wainwright was made happy on of his truck and the light post: *

14 I I Tuesday by being presented with Casey Is engaged In the scrap ,T *
dI lt'' "+ a tine baby girl N. D. Has Iron business with his father T. t

I grown about a foot already. L. Casey between Starke and
t Lawtey.
I J V 26 YEARS AGO e .

Sc, 1 (From the Dec. 15, 1922. Issue GEM JEWELRY

I rte sl I' :' I'' of The Telegraph) You'll Say e I ROBBINS'

Tuesday, Dec 12. our town "The best-writln:
and section were saddened over '
( i1 I I' the news of the death of Dr I. fountain pen "1'1' f ALVAREZ STORE "

W O. Haynes, 68. at the home of ever used. STUMP'S DEPT. STORE
)ais daughter Mrs. W. J. Grant, .\

;) of Jacksonville. Dr, Hayne ,was AND ONLY 1.75'

+ 1 I the Bon of Mr. B. Haynes and FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY .

; 6 married Miss Georgia A. Temple .
'Ii tn 1876. In the early 80's Dr.Hayne. POINTS REPLACEABLE I FISH
yi' moved to Starke to en- FOR ONLY 3Se

i a I In hie profession of dentisi .
gorge: C. H.
A Wide Variety Of FoiateTo DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. :
i Y 'i try.
G t r Dr Haynes leaves a eon Dr. I

( O. L. Haynes of Starke. a daugh. v :,
raw ter, !.Irs. Grant and two bro

theta, Mr O. Jlaynes and !Ma W. I GROCETERIA '
: E+ ; B. Haynes. Active pallbeArers ov STARLING'S GROCERY & MKT

are Me8srs. L. O. Powell F. C. Jaw ,I' .
f '
H I Hoover A. M. Darby. J. M. Mity -

y I j chell A. S. CrewB, and I. U.Ritch. ( :,:;,, EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY "
xl ; ..;.1t 'V A&P FOOD STORE

4 c Prof. Pryor' chorus composed ,(t fr "'iI/I/ ,.,..,0
t tf I ot Starke.s moat talented singers ...:.. I, :
r :; DARBY
are now holding weeklyy rehear- BROS .
i4;? '' k:: ; sale for a concert In January to .....gaiCIS ,.>,1', M., '. :, .' SETZER'S SUPER STORES
Vi + i benefit the Club House Fund. 'k," e
,; '
f 1 I Yra. Eo K. Perryman bas been + ,
r e ,' elected chairman of the group ,' DENMARK FURNITURE CO. ,I'
Mra. D. C. Jones i8 accompanist i I STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY
while Ira. D. E. Knight la treasurer a 3 _

,, I E' and E., 1. Blgg8 is ii'w o
M' 'V brarian. $ JITNEY JUNGLE
'r 8 f The Bradford County Bank and ,, '. Lawson's Market & Cold Storage

I the Bank of Starke say they both
r will gladly cash Victory Bonds. '.' ..

+ I Iu c.... Of Coutr ....... And- NUMIIIU POINTS ROSIER GAS CO. '
( + t .... c....,.. II.... Of FI.rtda.i J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
I i M In r. the estate of Emma Jones.

J.ea..d........ 01 ...11.. P..III. .... ...1..1DI.
) I ......... 01 .:........ oteJzoohlesew.eoNr
tt Notice h. hereby erlv.n that I have Western Auto Associate Store
4'+ J ri Sled mT final r..tu.n. as executor Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store
01 the estate 01 Emma Jones. d. / %
,; reared: that I h.v. flied my petition 'OUHrA' PIN :
for dl.trlbutlon and for final ...
,f dlacharte, and that on the 81 day 't SALE AT '.
":. of January. A. D.. UU, I will ap- VAN H. PRIEST CO.
piT to the Honorable E K Perry'il \ Chase Shepherd-Radios-Seat Covers
yr man County Judge of Bradford I ,
Count. Florida. for approval of'
r, raid final r.turn. and for .n order. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
+t nf dl.trlbutlon and for final dierharS. I'
a eeeutor of the will of HARLEY F. STRONG Jeweler
!, ., Mmma Jones, d..a..d. S.
J A. J. Thomas. F.xerutor.ys ,I JOHNS
; 3 December ::11. 1948. n-u tt 11&I I


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