Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1953
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: UF00027795:03252
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Postmaster Appointment

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r In Reno Shanty -. t { ; f i 4k Expected In JanuarySchool

Starke's Sabbath Serenity was

broken' at '10:15 a.m., Sunday by Head Not Santa's Starke may have a new, permanent postmaster by Jan-

the sound of sirens oh a fire truck, rsy V i. uary 15.This.

racing to the scene of another Deer We Hope! was the opinion voiced by C. C. Spades of St.

tragic fire in Reno. Augustine, Republican National Committeeman for Florida
Looks Forward
The toll this time: A two-room I : + t. rt when interviewed Tuesday via long distance telephone by

shack owned by Joe Little partially i the Telegraph.
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burned;, an .elderly Negro .. 'f
Spades expressed confidence
woman. Mirrah Flanders burned To Sale Of Bonds there would .oe no runner examinations I
to .dea th.. istered 'as a Republican having
t vPs. for the post and that the
This brings to three the num- t would be changed his registration on December -
appointment made from
ber of, ? County School Supt. H. P. Morgan 11. '
fire-caused deaths in the ; ._.r one of the three high men on the
Reno section in less than a month. : expressed the hope this week current register just released by] It is understood that before

The other two were the small inmates of the State Prison at Raiford are shown above In an Impressive scene from their annual that Bradford County school: build- Civil Service in Washington. moving to Bradford County sev-

Negro, children'that ,perished' in afire thrlxtiuas: pageant always a highlight of the holiday season and attended by hundreds from this sur- ing bonds totalling $525,000 wouldbe If the Republican committee- eral years' ago he was a memberof

on Nov.: 27/ rounding area, as well as prison inmates and personnel This year the pageant was "The Prisoner's sold by the state during the man's prediction is correct it would the Republican Party but that,

Thillatest Reno fire was caused Christmas Story," written, staged and portrayed by the prisoners themselves. Scene depicted above early part of next year. badPolaroid t. mean that Starke's new post- like many another GOPer he

by an oil heater which had clothes I* the colorful court of the wicked King Herod. Four performances were given, Sunday through Wednesday Morgan said that at the next master will be one of three World registered as a Democrat upon

hanging all around it and Fire nightBaud regular meeting of the school War veterans: taking up residence in this one-

f Chief D. VV.. Carpenter said waslocated Board on Jan. 4, the building Green J. McGriff, Jr. party community in order to

.. too close to a wan. e program would be reviewed in an- Edward Blake Jackson participate in Democratic pri

The heater was in a room occupied Stores To Be Open ticipation of the sale of the bonds Thomas F. Howell maries. His re-registration onDec.
Prizes AwardedFor
by the Negro woman who Booked which, under Amendment 1, the McGriffs name heads the list 11 would indicate a return to

apparently was asleep when the All Saturday county is allowed'to sell for build- on the present register by virtue his former party allegiance.

,fire, started. ing purposes. These bonds will be
of the fact that he is a disabledwar When
Walter H. Clay his wife and For GasparillaJose DecoratingMrs backed by automobile tag receipts, veteran. Under the Veterans fact that questioned the concerning the
After ChristmasStarke present register has
Kind the county is permitted to
little girl lived in the other room. Preference Act all war veterans two Democrats
clay discovered the fire and start up to three-fourths of its capital taking competitive examinations and one Republican -
f its
ed pouring water on it. at the Caspar the legendary pirate stores will be open for K. G. Duncan was awarded outlay funds in repaying them. 1-Minute Photos by the I,under the Civil Service Commis- Republican as National"top three", the

same time trying get the,Flanders will be aided by the Brad- business as usual on the- Saturday $25 first prize in the annual The School Board has a $515- Telegraph- I sion have a five-point "bonus" said that should Committeeman have -

woman out of the room. ford High band when.he Invades following Christmas a spokesmanfor Christmas decorating contest 000 building program outlined I'added to their grade on written bearing"' on the "no

Another Negro man. Identified Tampa on Gasparilla Day at the I the Merchants Division of the sponsored by the Starke Woman's with first priority going
only as "big man", tried to pull State" Fair in February. I Chamber of Commerce has an- Club and judged by members of I schools in the county. % the holiday table at the L. U. Mor- ther favored by having ten points make no reference to political would or
... v the Designated as the governor's official nounced. the Gainesville Garden Club. The
woman out and was seriously. i, gan residence. Mr., Morgan, Sr. added to ,their score and further- religious affiliation of the candi-
burned t t'doing so. band by Acting Governor business judges announced that prizes were "float" the
Also resuming 'regular CommissionersWill is pictured above between two more, automatically to dales.
'Carpenter said that the old Charley E. Johns the BHS band hours on Saturday Dec. 26, will awarded on the basis of original- deer killed recently in the Ocala top of the register for any con-

woman:was apparently too frightened will, take, part In the annual Gas- be'the Florida' Bank and the post Ity. I National Forest The one on the tested position even though their Under the law, any one of the
and'will Mrs. Duncan her honor for ReorganizeAt top; three men can be
parilla parade probably won picked for
bonus is lower
to try to escape through the right was killed by L. U. Morgan grad plus
follow the Governor's in office.All interior arrangements in her homeon the position, regardless of
the their
I door which than a competing five-point vet-
was enveloped in aloUd court house offices and the '
N. Walnut Street. The Jan. 4 MeetingReorganization ratings In first second
sheet of flame. The heater procession.,, city clerk's office will remain judges eran's. and third
t"" Gay Rimerti; director of the praised the "simplicity" and "re- positions. The appointing officer
was located right next To the door. closed until the Monday following I Jr.Rites Spades told the Telegraph that
A-bed in the corner of the room band, announced this week that he Christmas. straint" used and also noted that will be first on "Chances are a recommendationwill i is not allowed, however, to pass
,wasn't even burned Carpentersaid. has received confirmation from Bradford school the arrangements employed were the agenda when the County Commissioners be made to the Post Office over veterans and pick a non-

Damage to the )house con- the parade committee that the And all County will dust keyed to the architectural detailof meet for the first Department in the next few days"When veteran'for the post without sub-
children teachers
BHS band will be among the first; the house. time mitting "reasons" to the Civil
sisted of burned next asked who would
a large hole': in to year. make
Kid. v --T'CUyf 10 -n4a) :mHtM t afde. 0 their books and report Second prize of $15 went to Mrs. CanovaMrs. the recommendation, he said: "II Service Commission. If the 'SCS
ons :c'rooms Monday Jan. 4. At this meeting slated for Jan.
Charles Min for the outdoor does not consider
'I *r : BHS principal Gene Long displayat from this desk." I the reasons adequate -
the other, occupant of the 4, a new chairman and vice chaIr- goes
: has given his official O.K. for the his home on W. Madison Street it can compel the appointIng -
house, said that he, lost all his man of the board will be elected. I Eunice If, as predicted, the appoint-
trip and the band will definitely while third prize of, $10"was, Alvarez Canova officer to comply with its
things while trying to the ,Auctions Sold menUs.made.sopjuafter Congressconvenes
put. fire M. O. JIa.rrella the -chairman
1- go, Rimert'-sa.1< : J. awarded for the interior decoratingat present 77;d1ediate Tuesdar n1ghratherhome findings. This authority was
outHe; said that hi',the excitement in January, it will end
'and L.
L Renfroe is the
Rlmert is to confer with Acting the home of Mrs. O. L. Beasley. i on N. Walnut Street aftera given the SCS under a new vet
he even forgot about his present vice chairman. more than 12 nkmths\ of speculation -
Governor Johns this week to work Honorable mentions were: Ed- I erans preference regulation passedby
little' girl who lengthy illness. over who will be
automatically eventually
followed out final details of the status of Nearly 200,000 ward Burns home interior; Jerry Up for appointment at the Jan. i the 83rd Congress and approvedlast
him out of the house. Funeral services were announcedfor picked for the $5 070 per year job.
Carpenter the Governor's band in the parade O. Gay A. Russell Norman, and 4 meeting will be a county! attorney August 14.
said the alarm was The first examination for the
I and to see if the governor can W. H. Graham homes for their a attorney Thursday afternoon at 2:30
sup- county prosecuting -
telephoned In'and ,not reported in vacancy created by the retire- However, in regard to the
ply "governor's band"sleeve insignia Pounds Of NutsThe exterior displays. and a caretaker for the court o'clock in the First Baptist Church, Starke
it 'Is
person, u Is often the case'when ment of F. F. Stump last fall was likely
there is 'a fire in Reno where for the BHS musicians. :, Judges of the contest were Mrs. house. with the pastor, Rev. Lewis D. held one year ago this month,-but I that this issue would be involved -
Robert Faring, Mrs. Wm. G. Glea-
there aren't many telephones. The County Commissioners reorganize Haines. officiating.Mrs. was subsequently discarded after since the first six men on the

There was no delay in getting to Baby Smothers ninth and final auction son and Mrs. L. T. Nieland, all annually. Canova was born Sept 19 the Republican administrationtook register are all veterans. After
of District Three Gaines-
sale of pecans was held at the members McGriff, Jackson, and Howell
fire said but the fire truck 1876 at Starke over In January. All candi-
: ville Garden Club. the daughter of
arrived too late to pave the Negro While Sleeping narke state Fanners Market 'dates taking the first examinationwere come T. C. Hazen Jr., Albert Le
the late
Edward E.
Canova. She
woman Tuesday Dec. 17. bringing to a Biz Building Democrats. The Republican Crosby, Jr., and J T. Kirkland.
close a season that saw the heav- was a member of the First Baptist S.
"It's a crying shame that Negros With Parents Rites TuesdayFor administration ordered new examinations R. Johns Jr. has been servingas

have to live In. such houses"Carpenter rst volume of nuts offered here a Church. in thousands of towns acting post master since the

said in commenting on j in recent years. E. F. PhillipsEdward On .The UpgradeErection Surviving are three sons, Julian ,. throughout the U. S, giving as retirement of Mr. Stump.
Robert Carleton Jr.
the tragedy. He went on to say infant son Market Manager M. R. Judd J. Canova and F. Allen Canova, their reason the desire to raise
that I of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carleton reports that 198,041 pounds of: I
he of standards 'of
knew, no Immediate both of Gainesville and qualifying for post Paper Early Again
Franklin 61. Levy A.
solution to Sr, who live west of Lawtey died putt were auctioned at the market i
the masterships.
problem ram- Sunday Dec. 20 from n: resident of Starke for the past of new commercial Canova Starke; one daughter
this all New
season at an average for I By the time the second examina- Year's WeekThe
shackle fire-trap Negro housing buildings in Starke continued this
btu that he hoped the zonirigjcomtnitte The five-wq, k-old varieties of 151-4 cents per pound, 24'years and long time employe week seemingly undeterred by the Mrs. George L. Patten, Starke; tion 1 was given last fall, the list

,would come up with something baby was sleeping with hU parents Growers receivei 29797.59 for i of the State Road Department rapidly approaching holiday sea- and eight grandchildren. of 14 applicants included four Re- Telegraph will be printedone

: ai regards Negro housing. and was found dead in bed their sales through the auction. died at his home here: Sunday Funeral arrangements are in I rublicans. three of whom had day early again next week in
early that morning.The Dec. 20 following a heart attack. I order that there be
Volume dwindled to 5.884 son.City changed their no delay
Tin getting d-ed tired of answering Hall records show charge of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral registration from
Lake permitsissued'
Mr. born at
calls and finding dead infant was born at Starke pounds at the final sale, with an Phillips was Home, with interment followingin I Demoncrat to Republican in the reaching subscribers due to the
last Nov. 13. BesIdes' the City In 1892 the son of the late for two new $20,000 filling .
New Year's
Negro inlh fires.! the chief cdn- parents average price of 13 3.10 cents. Crosby Lake Cemetery.Pall interim between the two examina- holiday on Friday.
'1e is survived Joe and Mary Ward Phillips.At stations, one to be located at
eluded (rather emphatically). Lee.Funeral by a brother Kenneth Stuarts led*in volume accountingfor the time of his death he was Temple and Washington St. and bearers are Carl Johns, tions. All correspondents and others

1,437 of the total poundage George Flynn Paul E. Canova At the time of taking the second with news items, as well as advertisers -
Starke the other S. Walnut Street.
services held Monday employed by the City of on "
21 Lose -Lives were md 'topping the market at an 18 HI, J. R.. Wainwright W. H. examination all three top are asked to cooperate by
I afternoon at 2 o'clock at the CtS superintendent of street main- Ground has already been broken
2-10 cents average. men were registered Democrats. their material
I Graham and William Powell. getting In as earlyas
''raves'de in Sapp Cemetery with tenance. Last January he was for the two new stations whichare
During Holidays. Last season only 78,329 poundsof However Howell Is currently reg- possible.Christmas .
Rev. Alton Dobbs officiating. De- nuts were handled at the auc- retired_ from the Florida State being- built for the Phillips.
Twenty-one persons will die In Witt C. Jones Funeral Home was Road Department where he had Petroleum Co.. R. C. Vogel and
tions here bringing growers
highway crashes he in charge'of arrangements been employed as maintenance I Co., Jacksonville is the contractorfor
during {$ long around $17,000 at a 22 cents aver- Post 56 Buys Itself A PresentBIB.
Christmas-New Year's holiday foreman. of highways in Bradford I the Temple Ave. station and

period unless the present trend;I Big Dad Employees County for 31 years. He was et Clayton and Co, Jacksonville will

turns for.the better.Comdr. H. N. age.Mayor's member of the Woodmen 'of -the build the Walnut St. station.

,Kirkman of the State Highway. Enjoy Annual \ Court World and the 'Mount Tabor Rapidly nearing completion is

Patrol said this week.- Christmas DinnerAround Has Holiday, Too Methodist Church; I the new building which will house

His prediction was based on the Surviving are his: widow,, Rosa Carl Ritch's plumbing business on

Increased trend so far this year 175 employees of the Would-be law violators .start Beagle'Phillips ef Starke; one Thompson St.

over last and the number which TJI i!? Dad Manufacturing Co. en- helming themselves around son. Ernest Phillips Starke; two Also in the building! process issn 1 i

died in. traffic accidents In a comparable toved a Christmas dinner at the Christmas time or so it seems. brothers Oswall Phillips, Lake addition to the Big Dad Manufacturing ,, rr rr. ,..i ,.,..

time last year. Methodist recreation building last During the past two weeks on- City and John Phillips Orlando: Co.'s plant. The addition -

Klrkman's prediction was for 'riil.ay. ly five cases have appeared on the two sisters Mrs. John Dennis, and which will be used aa a ship-

the period from 6 ,p.m ChristmasEve This is an .annual affair for Big mayor's court docket. Mrs. Fletch Dennis both of Or-,' ping department will increase

to 12 midnight Jan. 1. Dad. with employees the guestsof Mayor J,-R. Wainwright. in the lando: and one grandson Neil total floor snace of the Big Dad H

Ninety-seven died in accidents the fortnight has of Phillips of Starke.
management.After past disposed plant to 35.000 SQuare feet, according :
last December which if ,the pres- the dinner and singing of the following cases: one Intoxicated' Funeral services were held in to Benedict Finzer, Jr., f

ent two ner cent increase over Christmas carols the party moved and disorderly $25 bond for- the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at office manager. Finzer expects

last year ',continues. Florida will over to the Big Dad plant where feited; three running red lights, 1 ,o'clock Tuesday afternoon with Vie.n-w building to be completedby

wind up In 1953 with 905 dead. rv. Lewis D. Haines officiating Jan 15. He said that thoughthe 1 -d ,' ': '

10 more than last year which hada towel sets from the managementand ; one driving while intoxi- following. services here the siecf: the plant is being!: increased r

record breaking number' of exchanged gifts among them- cated and possession of moonshine *"n ral procession went to Mount it would not necessarilymean

highway deaths. F selves. whiskey $50 bond forfeited. Tabor Methodist Church near Lake the, hiring of additional em- ; .ta
.City where services were conclud-
ployees.A .
't at 3 o'clock with Rev Thomas

G. Mitchell officiating. Interment fourth major project now = ;".;. M
Johns Road BoardThe Will Launch $445 H lillion r
Programmarked vas tn the family plot in the under way is the enlargement and

church cemetery.HumnWys. modernization of El Rancho DriveTn -

Restaurant north of town on
administration of Acting include truck drivers, rodmen convict yet.. A tentative budget
U. S. 301. Both the dining room
Governor Charley E. Johns will guards and bridge tenders. will be adopted In January and Plant
end> the kitchen the !
are getting
launch the New Year with the The expanded road building program finally approved In March. I WillShut Down ull beautification treatment with I|
largest road and bridge building amounting to 95 million dol- Johns said the state could afford r- w=A
program In Florida's history lars for 1954. exclusive of the turnpike the ambitious 95 million dol- Two Days For Xmas new fixtures and a new concrete }

1145.000,000 worth will the drive outside. A .se ting capacity !t i4-
require departmentto lar ,program "without going into '
The program, announced: jointlyby hire at least 5Q additional engineers debt" The previous high for any Jon ."...n'ovPeS' of HumphreysGo'l : fer 80 is planned. I '- ;

Acting Gov. Johns and his new inspectors and rodmen. one year was 65 million spent during ("n"'nation will be able tow Maurice Edwards who owns the _

Road Chairman Cecil M. Webb Johns said. the Fuller Warren administra- nd Christmas Eve with th irfUllllia building and Is doing the construction fiwr

Monday Includes (0 iniloa\ dollarsfor "But there will be no payroll work' expects to have it x.

the proposed East Coast turn- padding," the Acting Governor I tion.Johns signed papers Monday The" m+re of machinery at the completed early in January., I

pike. However that money will promised. 'Tve told every depart- huge Trail Ridge Plant east of r ]
making another avail-
come from I bonds backed by tolls ment under my jurisdiction that $1.200,000 Stark will rrind to a halt at 4 Recent Births

but Included in the Road' Depart- when we hire an employe we're ,,able for the Jacksonville Expressway ojn. Tbu-?div for a complete shutdown -, AND MRS. JOE W. BROWN of BWgeland S. C. are pictured (above right) as they signed deed

ment budget going to fire one." next year in addition to three and remain silenced for 48 Mr. and Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle of last Saturday afternoon conveying a 14-acre tract of property ,just north of Martin's Fruit Stand on

At the same time, Johns and Johns urged Webb to give parti- million in state and federal funds hours. Operations will be resumedat Jacksonville formerly of Starke Temple Avenue (U. & SOl) to Jones-Langford-Whlte Post 58, American Legion. Legion officials witnessing

Webb revealed that some 1,400 cular attention! to,the four-laning already earmarked for the project 4 p.m. Saturday. announce the birth of a daughter. the transaction are (Mt to right)* A. J. 'Thomas, Jr.,'Department Vice Commander; Cbas. S. I
/low-salaried workers in the road of U. S. 1 down the East Coast The new money represented partof Ordinarily the where Tanice Kay Dec. 1L Mr. Car-
plant on
department vm receive Partin Jr., Post 56 Commander; and L. H. Gibson, Post Adjutant. Commander Partin announced the j
pay boosts and mentioned & third bridge the fee collected from mined '
generally Umenitft is being at the 'isle who is employed at Ft. Dev-
averaging $15 a month purchase prh-e as >f 15,500 and stated that Post 56 would develop part of the property into a FairGrounds I
effectiveJan. across Upper Tampa Bay However state nad funds to the
repay rate of 100.000 tons annually Tia, Mass, Is spending the holi-
1. to bring their "f l recreation park, and hoped to build a new Post( home on the front of the site at some 1
earnings a
up I none of the funds for the comptroiler office for handlingroad I operates around the clock sever 'ays with his family in Jacksonville '. '
to |200 a month. Those affected proposed 1&4 budget are ear- money which Johns waived. days a week. future datr-x "-"oj' : %:
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BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS 'Wings of the Hawk' n Y Yf Fire Truck Called

: With Van Heflin HAMPTONby To Waldo BlazeBoth

COUNTY EDITOR i Coming To Florida ..
VI WIs01MT PUBLISHER ,j t __ Hn. Wm. W. HammondA&&A&&A&4&&A the Starke and the Gaines-
TELEGRAPH ville departments answered a
call last Wednesday afternoon to
x day with her sister Mrs. T. H. The blaze which completely de-
" PubI bed every Friday and entered as second clad matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Douglas. and family at High stroyed the home of W. P. Hardin, ..
toe.Aet of March 3, 1879. Springs. t located on the right side of U. S. I'
+" Mrs. R. F. ,Dyal of the Farm 301 as you enter Waldo going : JOY ,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Colony Gainesville spent.. Wednes- I south, was out of the controllable
.; day with her 'daughter, Mrs.. I stage when the Starke and Gainesville -
-, \ I Bruce Roark and family. : fire trucks arrived. AND HAPPINESSThroughout

-'. The H. W. Baker family have I D. W. Carpenter Starke Fire
all been ill I Chief, said that he understan ..
On Keeping Christmas Mrs. Ena Nazworth and Mrs. Waldo has a fire truck, but thata
I: Jessie Chastain were in Palatka key couldn't be located to unlock the coming year

Are you willing to forget what you have done for other Wednesday.The the door of the garage that. houses
to remember what other people have done for you; L Troy Norman family has the equipment. ,
people, and .. _:ji. moved to Starke. Conner Bros. Insurance Agency
; to Ignore what the world owes you, and to think what you owe -- ----
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell spent sev- ;Esterbrook fountain .
the world to rights in the background, and your When love comes to an adven. pen Desk
e ; put your eral days in Jacksonville with her Set. Only $3 at Bradford
duties in the. middle distance, and your chances to do a little turer anQ a bandit queen look for daughter, Mrs. E. M. Burris and Telegraph. County ,
more than your duty in the foreground; to see that your fellow- the sparks to fly! Van H run and family.Mr. .
look behind their Julia Adams are involved in a and Mrs. W..P. .
men are just as real u you are,.and try to Wadsworthand .
; A faces to their hearts, hungry for joy; to own that probably the .... tempestuous the Hawk" drama In "Wings of son, Walden, spent the week- \ '
3-dimension Techni- COLONIAL
,only good reason for your existence Is not what you are goingto color production coming to the wife end at with Bunnell.their son. Buddy and

>get out of life,but what you are going to give to life; to close Florida Theatre, Sunday and Mon- Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Mrs.
Youl,book of complaints against the management of the universe .day.Fmmttnr.n.v'ntnn.
Ena Nazworth were in Starke
and look around you for a place where you can sow a Monday forenoon. FLORisTFL '-5'. And a happy\
few seeds of happiness are you willing to do these things Mrs. Mamie Meade is spending
even for a day Then you can keep Christmas. Christmas in Brunswick Ga.
-HENRY VAN DYKE. HIGHLANDBy The School Christmas exercises
given by the 'entire group, 'were For All OccasionsPRONE

Mrs. Lacy Norman greatly enjoyed by many of the ,t ffte4ieas
students' friends and parents.The 218
devotions were given by
Sunday School 9:45 each Sunday Lamar Brown and Raymond
Presented: A Problem -- Wonted: An Answer Worship Services 11 a.m. and Moody with slides showing "The (i) .
7 p.m. Prayer services each Wednesday First Christmas." Rev. Bob
I -. at 7 p.m. Teachers meeting Gray made the closing prayer, f
Ordinarily, when discussing a community cupancy and,put them out in the street. each Saturday at 7 p.m. Come after which the students and
problem, we like to be. in position! to offer They've got to have some sort of roof over-" out and worship with us. parents went to their respectiverooms DisH GARDENSPOTTERY.. to you/! /
something more or less constructive in the head even if it's the roof of a tinder box. Those attending church service where refreshments were
of a remedy. One problem has been Adequate housing, of course, would elimi- here Sunday were Amanda and served and gifts exchanged.
way brought to our attention with dramatic nate the cause of many fires but that is Barbaragene Wilkinson, 'Jonnie I H. B. Wiggins is confined to POTTED PLANTS
if an extremely long-range answer to a prob Mae Strickland and Wilbur Mo- his home following a heart at- "
force however, and the solution ( ,any
bela all of Jacksonville. JViredAnywhere '
lem for which some immediate, even if tack.Owing I
is defies explanation.
there ) easy ; Cecil Hardee and Homer to illness was unable to
The deaths of three human beings by be- partial answer, should be found.A were business visitors to Smith Jack- get news this week, but would i Ed Simpson -- Gem Jewelry
ing burned alive in Reno shanties in recent fire extinguisher in every home wouldbe sonville Friday. like to wish .the readers of this Nona St. Starke
weeks is the problem. The solution? We a very great help, the (Chief. agrees, but Mrs. Ann .Harvey, Ginger and column a Very Merry Christmas
hasten to confess that we have none. quickly reminds lis that the type of homes Ellen Norman were shopping in I and God Bless everyone. ,' .JL. ,

Neither does anyone else we suspect, but that need them most are the ones occupiedby Jacksonville Monday.. .
sub-standard income who I rYYYYYYY'HEILBRONN : '.. ..',-. .- : -. ". .. .. ,: .: -
we do agree with Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter persons of i Lacey Norman, Buddy Wilkinson V ::'/ -: : : : : -. ::'/'::', :'-- ',
that it is high time the problem be could not afford the initial cost and upkeepof i and JJ. C. Harvey were huntingnear

recognized and given a little thought. an extinguisher. "A person on welfare Callahan. Convert YOURTN.
U. H F.
The distasteful task of sifting hot ashes can't spend $20 or so for this equipment, Edwin Griffis of Fort Bragg, NOW FOR .
for burned bodies is getting on the Chiefs the Chief observes.An N., C. spent the weekend with rela by Marian Norman

nerves just a little, and who can blame him? adequate supply of water at fires in tives. a&A&&A&&&&&&&UUAA I

A fireman naturally: hates to see the loss of Reno and other outlying areas is not the T. E. Pease of St. Marys, Ga.: The Heilbronn school closed Fri- Programs To Start Approximately Jan.1st.
property by fire and when that loss of serious problem that some might think with- was'a business visitor here last day with a program by the first
property also involves the loss of human out investigating, the Chief remarks. "We week. six grades; after which each class il

life it's something else again. carry enough water right on the truck to extinguish The Brownie Austin spent exchanged gifts. WE HAVE 7 MONTHS EXPERIENCE WITH U.HJ.
Like others who have given this matter fires in most of these small struc- Sunday in Baldwin with Mrs.Austin's The Heilbronn P. T. A. met
sober reflection, Chief ;Carpenter has no pat tures if we get the alarm in time enough to Thursday night, Dec. 17, in the .
solution. But the big "bottleneck," as he get there before the roof is falling in," he sister Mrs. Edwin Knight school auditorium. A musical pro- I I
sees it, in the case of fires in Reno and says. The big problem undoubtedly is the Jettie Padgett returned home gram was presented by the members BE READY TO ENJOY THESE
other outlying areas is getting the alarm in time element that, costly delay between Friday after spending several of the 7th and 8th grades.Mr. .
quickly enough to give firemen a chance to the time the fire is first discovered and the days with the Edwin Knights at and Mrs. R. L.. Morgan and PROGRAMS SEE US TODAY
time the alarm is actually received by the Baldwin.E. daughters, Joyce and Judy were
involved. From time to .
save ot
weekend guests relatives.in. St. ,j ABOUT CONVERTING
time the City Council has discussed the in- Fire Department. ., C.. Harvey was a business Petersburg and Tampa. YOUR -.'7
stallation of alarm stations at various Chief Carpenter thinks there may be a visitor Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. Florence Johnson arrived Ij ;t'I
points around the city, but Chief Carpenter ray of hope in a forthcoming meeting at Sunday from Tampa for an ex- TV
doubts that even these.would be the answer. which a zoning expert will meet with the IN MEMORIAM tended visit with the Ancel Nor-

Such a system would be expensive, he says, City Council and the newly named Zoning In Loving Memory of Hattie .man family. Reasonable :
and excited persons are apt to forget (if they Board to discuss laying the groundwork fora Moore Prevatt, who passed away Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp were e Prices Work Guaranteed

ever knew), where such stations were locat- proposed zoning plan for Starke. "I intend one year ago this Christmas Day. in Jacksonville Friday.
to be at that meeting," the Chief Mrs. Mary Lee formerly Mary
ed, in time of emergencies. Telephones at says
strategic points might help, if some plan "and I hope that something constructivecomes In the graveyard safely sleeping, Gaskins, and baby of Puerto Rico!II
could be worked out for them to be availableto out of it." There Where.the lies flowers softly wave, arrived- here. this week for. an in- :: Chas. C. Shepherd
one we loved so
the public, the Fire Chief thinks.Of In the meanwhile, we hope that all responsible dearly, definite visit with relatives. She
course, the basic problem is the type citizens, realizing that this is a In a lonely, silent grave. will be joined later by hubby,
of housing that human beings are forced to problem: that concerns us all, will give the Jimmiel: T.V. RADIO SEAT COVERS

occupy in many instances, because they can matter some careful thinking. A certain degree -I When the evening shadows I PHONE 239 STARKE FLA.

afford no betters There isn't much you can of carelessness and negligence might gather .... ,
After our work is - - .
do about saving a tar paper house, or the have entered into circumstances surrounding We can't keep our through eyes from FILL 'DIRT ... - - --_-_-_-_-_-_-.. _--_-c....... -'_,<-'-_.:---,-_-----.W.-
occupants inside, if they happen to be sleep- the three deaths by; fire here in recent strayingTo

ing or ill, Chief Carpenter says "But what weeks. But on the other hand, there are that photograph of you. GOOD RICH
can we do'he asks. "We can't just tell many factors involved that are definitely a
them such houses are unfit for human oc- community responsibility. Yes, we loved you, :Mother TOP SOILSee

And darling although your lips are HOLIDAY SPECIALffi !5Ii

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An Editor Has His Troubles, Toot We from can't strayingTo keep our thoughts BILL JACKSON ,

that grave we love so well.. Jackson Transfer Compan;; Ii Z
-Richard 'LADIES ,
Morty Freedman, former city editor of the Gainesville Sun and political editor of the Nathan! Nelson Raymond} Prevatt Phone-'I6S \

St. Petersburg Times, recently yielded to the yen so often expressed by daily newspapermen Marguerite Prevatt Prevatt Roberts ,'I K
-= "to own a little paper of their own." He purchased the Union County Times aLake t -
butler. {\ have you heard about _--1 p
It didn't take long for Morty to get his "Baptism of fire" into the weekly field. In 1 "." .
fact, it came during his third week in Lake Butler when the Times appeared in the mails U l";) ,
somewhat belatedly with the following explanation prominently displayed on the front ; -.... THIS NEW OfI )01J


If you think that you've got troubles,just lend an ear, pardner. T this MAGIC H F g
Last week we received word that the people who had been doing our .
!! Qhh Holiday Season, we extend to
typesetting couldn't, handle the job this week. :
The day after that our: printer foreman and general handyman Jesse demons you, not only os a customer but
was stricken with appendicitis and had his appendix removed at the hospital in Lake
as a friend, the best of wishes RAN G E k
City the following day. He's doing fine now. J -
After the editor of the Times frantically called all over Florida pd was turned for the Christmas occasion. MODEL 26-P
own by plants which could not handle his type-setting, it was a former editor of the -
Union County Times Al Parker who came to the rescue. I

Al, now publisher of the Dixie County Advocate at Cross City, said he had a big COMPLETELY i

pre-Christmas issue to get out but would try to run off four pages for us at his Green's Grocery & Market
plant for which the Times was most grateful.So INSTALLED
if the paper looks a little haphazard or is late this week and some news K
that should have been in is not, please excuse us it's due to the pinch we're in. ,
Now Editor Freedman being the exper- man's coming to Lake Butler and have noted .- .lw...... --'"" '--" only
ienced newspaperman that he is, probably the many improvementshe has made toward .- <<
wasn't expecting a life of idyllic ease when giving the people of that community a bright -

he purchased a weekly newspaper but on and interesting newspaper. He is a capable HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT !, This beautiful Chef K
the other hand he might think that fate newspaperman and in 1949 was given the gas range :
301 1.2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301 is specially priced during
our Holiday
was rushing things just a little to bring Florida Press Association first place award I \ ,
him such multiplied troubles in his third for outstanding public service to the State 3 Special. It brings you top performance -
week at his new stand. His experience shouldbe for a series of stories he wrote on Florida's Regular Meals Weekly Specials <*% plus long-lasting dependablili- p
an object lesson, however, to any sand( finances and taxation. Through his paper Fountain Service "fJ ty. It has so many exclusive features. PLUS YOUR OLD RANGE v
they seem to be numerous) big city reporters he will doubtless provide the type of leader- Sf as the Red Wheel oven heat AS DOWN PAYMENT P
regulator-the on*-piece top burner
who for their little ship and
yearn own paper so encouragement that small com-
they can lead a life of Riley, casually putting munities need if they are to grow and pros- > units-large fully insulated oven Payments as low as $6.93 per month /I
I I'i Swing Oat-Broibr plus
their paper"together with one hand, while many
per.So SUNDAY DINNERSTHOMAS others. See this and other MAGIC One Tank Gas FREE
holding a fishing pole in the other. as one beset newspaperman to another, I! CHEF specials today. 11

We have been through experiences like you certainly have our sympathy, Morty jJ
that of Editor Freedman more times than a very special brand of sympathy that comes

we like to remember and probably will only with the tempering force of experience.

have several more coming up everythingfrom We trust that by now your typesetter is GARAGE & SERVICE STATION Ii CENTRAL FLORIDA f

fires in the composing room to busted back in harness, your handyman is up and

geArS-on the old Whitlock press. But we're around, and that everything is running OPEN 24 HOURS

proud to say like Editor Freedman smoothly at the Union County Times. But EXPERT REPAIRS

that we have always managed to get a paper keep your fingers crossed, pal. For when i WRECKER SERVICE J GAS & APPLIANCE CO.

into the hands of our readers before the everything is running smoothest xz'! 5

week was out and have never missed an issue (Sorry ? have to finish this next week. PHONE 211-J .

in our seventy-five years of publication. Just heard a yell from the back shop and a ,... STARKE, FLA. j, 149 N.CALL ST. STARHE FLA.
Ve have followed with interest Mr. Freed- noise like stripping gears.) I I ', -- -. ',_v.,0"'. -' .- .----'..'-...- ,. --'.,,.....,. ... :_.-.I .


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" Ject of burning the woods was 'Troop 70 Awards I Lovett's Distributes
l SOIL CONSERVATION brought up. Foster stated that Charley Farrelly
the valve of the plant food that ,Are PresentedAt $50,000 In BonusesTo Dies In RoanokeThe
was lost was much greater than
NE'WSBy the benefits received from burningthe Holiday SupperBoy Chain EmployeesChristmas many friends of "Uncle"
woods. MnndRANCy
Bill HaasU Scouts of Troop 70, their bonus checks total- Charley Farrelly, 84, will regretto
At. the last Cattleman's meeting -
C. C. Wynn Lloyd Dyal ,and FP parents and friends enjoyed a ing more than $50,000 have gone learn of his death on Dec. 1 in
Titus Olson were sitting around covered dish supper at the American out to all employees of the Jack- a nursing home at Roanoke, Va. ...

SERVICEThe the stove at the Lions' Club discussing Legion hall Thursday nightof sonville Division of Winn &; Lov- Funeral services were held at 2

clover for winter-pasture.Mr. last week. ett Grocery Company accordingto p.m. on Dec. 3 in the Georgetown,

-" -- Wynn says that his clover is ,The supper was for the purposeof H. 1. Avery VicePresidentand S. C. cemetery.Mr. .
Board of Supervisors for for the winter forage demonstra- starting to show up and that he By Oeo. T. Hugglnaceunty Division :Manager. .
getting parents better ac- Farrelly came to Starke in
the Bradford Soil Conservation tional pot! which the F. F. A. boys is going to fertilize right away. Agent
District held their regular monthly purchased from the Agronomy Lloyd remarked that he was goIng quainted with Scouting. The boys bution Sharing in the the big cash distri- 1927, being employed the con-
Agricultural Extension Service are employees of the
meeting atUoyd Green's house Club at the University of Florida. to plant White Clover around I from each. patrol put on a skid I 80 stores and markets operatedby struction of State Road 100

Those attending' in addition to The Board felt by helping the the edge of some ponds and in the Important CorrectionThe up in about 20 minutes. Usually I after dinner that kept everyone' this division, which are locatedin through here. He liked the com-

Lloyd were V. R. Ferguson F, F. A. establish this planting damper' places in his pasture. typewriter put the wrong it is a good practice to worm pigs laughing. Next on the programwas I' 54 Florida, South Georgia and munity and decided to remain
Foster Smith George Huggins, they would not only give the Titus, sitting over on the side soon after 10 weeks of I
figure last week in telling you age. the presentation of the Troop Alabama cities. Office, warehouse, here engaging in farming on a
and Bill Haas. boys an opportunity to see and chewing a match stick said, "Boys the number of 'pounds of cotton Plant some citrus trees Charter and 100 cent I bakery and transportation em- small scale. Since 1943 he had
The main! topic of discussion compare different, grazing plants, you haven't seen anything. My seed 'meal and salt to make a Late December and January Is per* Boys ployees received bonus checks! made his home in living quarters
was the cooperation of the District but it will also give the farmers pasture just like a green blanket good.mixture. the time to set a few citrus treeson Life banner awarded by Henry I provided for him on the Bessent

with the F. F. A. in puttingup of Bradford County an opportunityto with little clover plants coming When plenty of water is avail- your place. They can be usedas Harris, district field executive.)also.The other three divisions of place east of town.

a/sign Jo direct folks to the go out' and see these different upMax" able,' a mixture of 75 pounds cot- a source of fruit and can be After that Mr. Harris made a Winn &; Lovett, located at Tam- Several months ago Uncle Char-

farm and nursery. plants. I Peuker who- bought Ted'I ton' seed meal 'and 25 pounds of placed to serve as'ornamentals. short speech, praising the fine pa, Miami and Louisville, Ky., ley became seriously ill and was
The Supervisors voted to pay During the meeting the sub- Cornell's place at Hampton putIn salt is Brood need work done by Scoutmaster"Harry have also Christmas bonusesto taken
I pod. cows ex- A good size to purchase for new paid to Roanoke, Va. by his son,
a request for a soil conserva- tra mineral, so by changing to 70 planting would be trees with a Green during the past year. their employees. 'C. W., Jr
Max says he has
tion farm plan. pounds meal, 20 pounds salt and caliper of about one inch at the There was a short discussion on
to take it easy so he is going to adding 10 pounds of regular red bud. Plant as soon as you receive the new camp site near Hawthorneand

plant most of his place 'in pine mineral, you have a good mixture. them from the nursery. Apply plans for it future develop-
I For A New or Used Car trees and just keep a small home Money Lost to Worms water when refilling the hole so ment.

garden. Livestock specialists tell us that that the soil will be firm about There will be no Scout meetingthis
I by the end of 1953 it will have the roots. If steamed bone mealis weekend because of Christ-
"Those partridge peas plantedsure
Dealer cost approximately $45,000,000 to available, mix about 2 pounds mas, but the following week on
t See Your Hometown tnade world of seed,
I a feed worm in hogs. Packers re- with the soil as the hole is' refilled. New Year's Eve the boys will go ,
stated A. J. Thomas Sr. A Dis- port that about half the hogs This will give a* slowly available to Gainesville to the monthly

trict cooperator when we were slaughtered are wormy. Estimat- source of plant food to help develop Court of Honor; meeting.Jan 1

I FIRST! discussing the wildlife plantinghe ing that each hog carries at least a good strong tree. Do not Mundorf, Scribe.. r [

made on his place in the Crosby 25 worms and it takes about a allow young trees to dry out.

Lake area. The Soil Conservation pound of commercial feed for each Young trees can be fertilized
worm you can figure what your MONUMENTSLOWEST
Service is to do all it can with some fertilizers recommendedfor ;"" ';%:/; ,
bill is for extra feed. That does ; "

THEN SEE ED EDWARDS to protect and improve wildlife on not include losses or stunted bearing trees. The most common PRICES I ;4,m., .:. .t:13.,:,.:;,'...,". ,.
the farms in the State by supply growth. formula for the nome planting ..">: :(:t:""";";:;.ti:"" .
Takes three or four extra bush- is 488. Use one pound of FINEST QUALITY I II'U'XX.c': <<;'>.i.x':: <<>X
ing technical assistance as wellas I '. ., ;: :r:;::: :
AT THE fertilizer tree three times ... 1 gW.
els a
of farm grown feed to put a per .
material to farmers I No Extra ChargeFor '. t. ::.<-':: I
planting hog to market weight. i year, End February, June and :)':.' ":-.t; <.:',t. .;"f 1'o. ;',, : .
.4. :;
who are interested in improvingthe ,October times. Setting In Or Near ':" >> ":: "M.'
: $
Sodium flouride will kill worms. are satisfactory : ;";" ,
:m.r. W: i >:' : ; \

J C. CARTER COMPANY wildlife on their farms. Mix 4 ounces sodium flouride with Merry Christmas, Everybody STARKEWrite 4N. ..>::h.*'.:;. .,itd.; ,,........ .... ... .....
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25 pounds dry feed. Keep feed Christmas is a joyous occasion.It i_:': ::;tt: :::F;: ;,;>, :,t-f .

.' STATE & LAURASTS.Jacksonville mixture before pigs for at least I is a time for remembering old :., t..,.,:;%t\ :;,:.t;"'.".;..:: : ;: ti;;:: t.n:. ". wish I
RURAL COMMON 8 hours or feed twice during the friends, for exchanging gifts, and -' .f -"fR'-N: ::;:::
I th.
day the amount they will clean I greetings, and for 'Ii" ::.";.., : <.w..,. '.., (
; SENSEMORE every- : \ : :..:.<=.t: :::P. l-.v.:;; :..:o::.&.... ,
Fla.OVER body merry. It is, most important, .w ....w;<....',.::.::...m...t.:,;:..;."............;.;.,,,;.;,;;.:;:.,;:,:.:m.:<<;m.,:::..fi. ... .
HINTS TO time for our ../ ':;':;""" <' ":>:';';" :" &
180 NEW MARKETING SERVICE a counting many : ':;" : ''i:2t.:.: :: ::: '::::>>" I
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TAKING LARGER SHARE OF HOUSEWIVESKEEPING blessings. For Free Folder ItI } "f t::;t?$: % : \;::::.;:: '*::$::;': ;:; "

AND USED CARS CONSUMER'S FOOD DOLLAR PECANS effort We, who to serve are making you during some little the ATLANTIC ESTABLISHED MEMORIALS 1930 !IXC .. 1I/'i9i.f""tl: ,:*kx#+u i1it1; :>.,_.4 llftf.tfj, ? l ,

With the farmer, or producer, year, wish for each of you the best ww'Wt' : '
getting only about 45 cents out of If,you are taking advantage of Christmas yet; and we are Mildred 715 fORIST ST. I 1 O<<:.. tr" : :::j.W
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TELEPHONE JACKSONVILLE 3-0672 every dollar the consumer spendsfor this fall's record-large crop of pecans Sapp, Mary Ella Watterson, JACKSONVILLE. FIORIDA ,:::: :'B .
food, there has been a request by buying in quantity for Dorothy Ross and G. T. Huggins.ART'S !ft. 9
I for some sort of investigation or the holidays or later, it's well to :' j h
study to determine why the producer know how to keep these delicious i <- .
gets a smaller and smaller nuts at their best in flavor and RADIO 4 '
portion of the retail food dollar. crispness, the U. S. Department of TV ;G OF TIIEYEASONTO

Florida TheatreSUN. Economists the U. S. Depart- Agriculture suggests. And SERVICE "
ment of Agriculture have been Pecans, like other nuts, keep bet- EACH OF YOU
checking into the subject to a cer ter in'the shell than shelled, and *
tain extent and have found that RADIOS TELEVISION S'S RECORD PLAYERS
better at a cold than a warm tem-
MON. DEC. 27 28 1 more marketing services accountfor 'perature, accorrling to Arthui' RECORDERSINTER KMS AND P. A. SYSTEMS
., at least part of the larger Wells, who has made special research .
All Makes ed and Installedtory
Regular Admission Plus Cost of Viewers portion which the producer isn't on storage of nuts. Cold
getting. keeping is especially important for With Quality Parts by Fac Trained Technicians

1 More and beater packaging, shelled pecans to prevent rancidity, GUARANTEED PAR AND SERVICEIe
''yo .IJJJJt washing, selection, mixing, pre: Mr. Wells reports. The high oil

_-..... 'Jt cooking and preparing of products content of these nuts which gives CALL 203 OR 229 Temp Ave. Starke Fla.
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for the American table area characteristic rich flavor also
'I"t. ..
.. which ,
continuing trend partially makes them very perishable. Exposed -
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widening spread be- -------
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-, ,-- -'.fY.. .. tween farm' prices and retail costa especially subject to rancidity.In .
Y t Ww-. .rXri $ of food, they say. As a matter the shell pecans will keep two
: \ of fact, more workers are now en- to three months at ordinary room
: d gaged in marketing]\farm productsthan ;temperature before develOping .a
** I I. G. Harris and the in producing them. {rancid flavor Mr. Well's' tests

Several reasons are given for the,of shelled pecans showed that after r
Entire Staff of the increases in marketing services. three months at 70 degrees Fahren-
One of the most significant is the heit their flavor had changed so

Florida Theatre.'A mounting proportion of women, much that they were 'barely ac I
.. especially married women, now ceptable". In a tight container at
working outside the home. The 32 degrees or colder shelled pecans -
families of working womentend keep well for six months to a
FOR A NATION RICHEST PRIZE to buy more partially prepared and COME SEE IT !
wholly prepared foods and eat in the South for

HE FOUGHT ITS WILDEST more meals in restaurants.. But years have preserved pecans by "-

these practices increase marketing canning, but an easier better wayis
REVOLT! 4t: charges in relation to farm valueof to put them in moisture-vapor-I First and only low-priced car to bring you '.

the foods consumed. resistant bags or other containersand I .
and tamed Other long-term trends that af- store them in home freezersor
a ,<
s fect the spread between farm prices freezer lockers. There they all these new features and advantages .

fierYBanditQueen and retail prices are geographic will be protected for as long as .

for his specialization in farm productionand a year against rancidity and will
higher concentration of our I also be safe from moisture which

own! population in urban centers. Trans- makes them tough or even moldy, lfetf t N&J Mav !

more portation of our costs people are increased live farther as damage.from other foods, and from insect ,\l -

away from the areas in which their Pecans meats sell in small con- '
c food is produced. sumer-size, vacuum-packed tins s/ flrti to At Low-Pnc. Field/ SEAT CONTROLS "BLUE-FLAME 125" ENGINE
Improvement in consumer incomes which protect against rancidity make Wort Chevrolet/ "fiut,", Most fowtrful In its Field
is another factor describedas Chevrolet Power Brakes stop-
Research is now in for j
r responsible for Increasing de- other progress of \ ping wonderfully easy and nvenTouch a button to adjust front winMost powerful Chevrolet passenger
mand for marketing services. As developing that types pack- lent. Optional at extra cost on Powerdows or seat. Optional on Bel Air and car engine ever built! Teamed with
incomes ages keep'out air. But the 1 glide models. "Two-Ten" models at extra cost. Powerglide, optional at extra cost.
improve consumers do not housewife who buys nut meats in \
I buy a significantly larger quantityof .
bulk or shells pecans herself will \
\e food, but they are willing to ,
a % find freezing or at least refrigeration -
for the kind of services that improve -

I the quality and attractiveness the best way to preserve them. Nsw t Nav NEw!

their of time the in food preparing they buy it. or save ,I Florida Births !


; Ouf-Po*.r, All Other( low-PrictJ Cartl ,Another Chevrolet Cxcfuu'vt/ In Iht low-Met fitUf

s Florida recorded more births, In gearshift models, the more power- All around the car, and from every Here are the most luxurious interiors ,
last October than at any other ful "Blue-Flame 115" engine also angle,you see new beauty in the only on any low-priced car. New interior
time in its history, the. State gives you finer performance with Fisher Body in Chev- color harmonies are keyed. to brilliant .
Ii I D I Ib For Board of Health's Bureau of Vital money-saving gas mileage! rolet's field. new exterior colors. \
Statistics has reported. On thebooks
& Livestock
I Crops went the names of 8,297

infants. ,, !
Gainesville Production That the peak came in the Fall N&I.I !I
,was no surprise to the Bureau. r f..Y
I Credit Association "This is always the case," said -.

630 N. Main St. Everett Williams, Jr., director, I LOWER PRICED POWER i;; ..
Gainesville, Florida "not only in Florida but allover STEERING
the country." He could give no ,Another CII.ro"fir"/ '"' -

scientific explanation for this pat- z The first Power Steering in its
tern. The October figure was 63 : field now reduced in price! Op-

Gory FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S percent greater than April, running tional at extra cost on all models.NaJ r : :.
last with only 5,400. It is in IT;

VAN mm I IE the Spring-April, May and June
JUST ONE -that the fewest babies are born.

JULIA ADAMS I FRIGIDAIREMade totalled Births 74,219 for 1953 running through nine October per- !I ri

E only by General cent higher than the total for the '..- .. -
Motors Corp. All other similar period last year.


I 1m.m 1EtQ.1U\J\ ....BtUSl.raiiOi l ;.Itadfeattte made bf other companies Trail Ridge Club J I Now POWERGLIDE for AJ ModtW I x .....
and cannot use the word
AND Frigidaire. Gives Away Turkeys Now you can have smooth, thrifty ."c'
A WAlTEI1ANTZ ---) Powerglide on any model Teamed ..._
One of the annual affairs of the with the "Blue-Flame 125" engine /
Mot* fWnji more opit wanf,.h..'. wfcy ((
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Trail Ridge Social and Recrea- tf'a optional at extra. costCHEVROLET p .
tional Club at the Humphreys I MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLET3:;
caI ? ? ...... "
Mine took place on Dee. 18 when w than any other ,orl. .
THEN SEE ten turkeys were given away to ./
the following members:

I HIS ': E I. SMITH James Hetherington, Robert TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE
FIRST Shannon Jack McComb Eddie .
Harper. Charles Schaeffer. Robert

Teeth aid Temple A,... Johns .Henry Rogers Nelson
citASE M uitivsesitwtdtauiottar, Starke, Fla." Moore Mary Humphries and 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AN8 COURT STR JBTS

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I Shirley Carpenter Fresh Oranges for Tasty Winter Salads Underhill and little Miss Cooper. Mrs. Birch, also Billie and Bobby Junior Red Cross
Glenn Crews of the Naval Air
Gurr called. on us a few minutes
iTo' Wed Mr. Reddish Base at Jacksonville arrived home Sunday. Went on to Faye's house Takes Yule Cheer I

I Wednesday of last week to spenda and spent a few minutes with her,
To Vet
I 16-day leave with his parents then went on to church. Hospital

I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews. Have Some more folks have been telling -
Junior Red Cross members furnished -
./ '' I you noticed that he is displayinga us they enjoy reading this Christmas cheer for the Veterans -

J'I set of newly acquired Wings? column in the paper. If folks don't at Lake City Hospital. Sixth

Congratulations, Glenn. quit bragging on us we will take
grade pupils, under the direction
Gladys MootyPhone35 T : Mrs. Effie Miner Mrs. Frank the "big head" and think we are of Mrs. Madge McDonald, made

Wells and daughters Mary Ann the only correspondent there is-
fifty gay menu covers for Christ-
'III 1_ IJ and Nina were Christmas shop- until we read the paper and find [mas dinner and members of the
ping in Jacksonville Monday. others who do so much better.
Baptist G. A. and Y. W. A. madean
Garden ClubMembers Christmas Theme Misses Judy, Betty, and Frankie >, News is scarce this week and the equal number of sparkling

Make Yearly Used At MeetingOf Wainwright of Jacksonville were correspondent isn't feeling well Christmas angels complete with
guests of their grandparents, Mr. enough to write much, do
hope to gold halos as tray favors for the
Holiaay House TourThe Methodist WSCSThe and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright sev- better next week. veterans who must remain in bed.

eral days this week.
i .. + :Mrs. L. H. Jennings designed the
Starke Garden Club met Methodist educational building Mrs. H. C. Wainwright and 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1GRAHAM
favors and the articles were delivered -
at the home of Mrs. W. B. Mundy, beautifully. decorated In the I daughter Patricia, and Mrs. Jack to the hospital Monday by ;
Christmas motif, was the setting Brassell were shopping in Jack-
Jr. on Church street Monday evening ---4Z21 :Mrs. W. R. Morse, Junior Red
for their regular December Monday:afternoon for the regular sonville Monday.Rev. Cross Chairman.

meeting and Holiday House Tour.'business and program meeting of and Mrs. George A. Purga

Mrs. R. F. Young, president :the WSCS. 'Mrs. E. K. Perryman. I and son Timothy left Sunday eve- by Mrs. Bonnie McKinney.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ

presided over a short business !president of the society presided k ning.for New York by auto where Cold Cuts CrowdAt

at which time the Civic I nv.." flip business session. they plan to spend the Christmas. Community
meeting Winter salads are best of all .when they're refreshing and tangy Mr. and Mrs. V. L. : of
I McKinney
to meet 1- "Gracious Gifts Are Given" was Mr. and Mrs. Dwight .Whitney holidays with relatives. .
Committee was appointed good tasting and good for you, too. Plump \- r orange cartwheel St. Augustine .nt Christmas Tree
with the City Council'and Zoning the theme of the program and devotional Carpenter of Starke, formerly. of .slices spark any winter salad, are speciallY! ? OlJr when combined with Master David Ingram, son of with the the weekend

Board on Jan. 12. Mrs. S. E. which was under the Jacksonville, announce the engagement : other fruits. And, in addition to all that fine flavor you get quantitiesof Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Ingram, is 'I JohncKinneys.. I ,
library chairman announced direction of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and of their daughter, vitamin C, as well as protopectins and other healthful nutrients spending the Christmas vacation :Miss Carol Rusher and her Sparks found in the "meat" of whole brothers, John and thwarted the
The oranges-something to remember during Freddy, formerly attendance at community -
that her committee had Mrs. E. L. Matthews. program Shirley Anne, to Dolph Eugene with his maternal grandparents in
the cold wet winter I
made $10 on selling Christmas \was as follows: Prayer, :Mrs. T. G. Reddish son of Sheriff and Mrs. A New York. David left on Friday Hampton, were visiting Christmas tree on the
handsome easy to prepare salad like the one pictured will be the Miss Chlsper Easterland in Graham court house lawn, but all in all,
decorations for the Library Fund. Mitchell; the Christmas Story Percy Drew Reddish of Starke. center of attraction on the company or family table. Arrange cartwheel and is traveling by train. last weekend.

After the business meeting the from St. Luke, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; Miss Carpenter attended Brad- slices of -. '*"- '"ranges in parallel rows on a big chop plate or Mr. and Mrs. L. H. ,Futch were some 50 persons attended. .
"Christmas Means" Mrs.L I serving platter. Tuck alternating of and business Lake Butler Edwin Surrency of Tampa Santa Claus was on hand to distribute
members and three ,Gainesville "What ford High School for two years, rows apple banana slices be. visitors to I
tween them the \dges with visited :Mr. and :Mrs. Leon fruit to children. Becauseof
Garden Club members who were P. Shepherd; "Silent Night". graduating in 1952. She is .presently fringe curly leaf lettuce and garnish with Saturday morning of last week. Wynn
maraschino cherries for color here last weekend.
contrast. Guests will be eager to help the small attendance, there
Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weaver and
Woman's Vocal duet. to the
for the as secretary themselves
acting as judges employed from this attractive plate. Lemon French John
dressing is the of
McKinney was in Jacksonville was a surplus about 12 bushelsof
Club sponsored Christmas Decorating -I and :Mrs. Miller "A Christmas I Circuit Judge in Starke. perfect accompaniment for this salad. son, Raymond, of Bayard paid the business -
Monday. fruit. This fruit has been turn-
contest, made a Pilgrimage .to I Carol", :Mrs. C. L SchoIL Christ- Mr. 'Reddish graduated from navel oranges will be coming into the markets soon now- ,E. J. Whelans an unexpected but Horace,
thelookout McKinney; is working for ed over to the Elks and the Lions
the homes In town that were listedIn fiias carols were sung by membersand Bradford High School in 1951 and fce on for them. These are the ideal eating oranges-they're pleasant visit Tuesday morning. Francis -
the contest. Mrs. R. L. Faring,' visitors. is now serving in the United salads.seedless and easiest of all to peel. Sweet anl juicy too, just right for |:Mr. Weaver is the former owner Meng at Hampton Junc for distribution to the needy.

president of Garden Club District Following the meeting, memberswho States Air Force. After January 'I'of the T. W. Tatum farm on the tion.Mr.. Mrs. L. O. Hazen, chairman.
and Mrs. John
Moody visitedMr. and Ben Suslow, co-chairman of
3, Mrs. L. T. Neiland. and Mrs. have joined the society during 1 he will be stationed at Thule old Lawtey road. 6
I_I and Mrs. M. Griffis in LaWey the community Christmas tree,
Wm. C. Gleason all of Gainesville the year, were honored guests ata Air Force Base in Greenland. Family Dinner last week.
: wish to thank all contributors of
were those serving as judges. beautiful tea. Wedding plans will be revealedat The old Harley home on Grove Mr.
I I and Mrs. J. B. Wright and fruit for this project.
The group returned to the The table, covered with a hand- a later date. CQJLLYAhLtttP Street was the setting for a fam- children of Starke attended

home after the Pilgrimage IInm"_..._ _linen_" cloth_ was centered # ily-get-together last Sunday when a
Mundy w n- -- --- .& I party at the home of Mrs. John
where the club hostesses for the with an artistic arrangement of Pupils Of Miss Stern I members of the family assembledfor Moody last Friday night. Holiday Shutdown

evening served 'delicious refresh- silver leaves, pink camellias and I the annual Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. Wierins and At Bie Dad Plant

ments. green candles. Mrs. L. A. Davis Heard In Recital f --- with their mother, Mrs. A. H. Harley Earnest Griff. allof* Jacksonville,

poured coffee and tea during the Heard Sr. Those present to enjoy dinner I Office personnel of the Dad
Monday EveningOn a heart-tuggin' little is flashing these days? a gift were guests of the John Big
social hour.Slade the occasion included Miss
Surprise Party story tother day, which I think from John Pierce of Royston Ga. McKinneys Thursday of last week. Manufacturing Co. will have
and Tuesday eve- !I Harley; Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Har- Christmas Eve day off, as well
For Lester J. Kite Monday deserves to be passed on as our who is stattioned aboard the USS as
Employees nings the piano pupils of Miss small contribution to the spiritof Timmerman, Coslon, Mass. a ley and son Dean; Mr. and Mrs. Rites WednesdayIn the Saturday after Christmas,

Lester Kite was the honor Given Bonus Party Louise Stern held a Christmas recital Christmas Was told to me l'il bird told me that wedding bells Nelson Blocker and sons, NelsonJr. Benedict Finzer Jr., office man-
her home in honorof and Michael, all of Jacksonville JacksonvilleFor has announced.The .
guest at a surprise birthday party .. party at by a first grade school teacher will be ringing for the two come ager
Mr. and
Mrs. S. C.
last Saturday evening' at his home The T H. Slade home on Kings their parents. Seasonal decora- who says a certain saleslady in June more exciting news, too, 1 ; Mrs. Ferry office help will knock off
and Bud and
south of Starke, the occasion being ley Lake was the scene of a lovely tions of holly and other arrange- one of our popular variety stores comes from Alaska, that Bert Mrs.Harley son, I f-* the Wednesday afternoonprior
his 61st birthday an.'iversary.'I'he Christmas Bonus party for employees ments were used in decorating the should be given a little recogni- Newcomb who is in Nulato, Alas- Jimmy and small Mrs. Mary Frances Ferry, 93, to Christmas and report back to
daughter, Jacque, of Heilbronn
Kite home was decorated in and other guests on Mon. home. A lighted Christmas tree tion as a truly "Mrs.: Santa ka and Shirley Verneth of Koyu- ; who had made her home in Starke work the following Monday morn-

the holiday motif and refreshments day evening. The home was decorated was placed by: the piano. After the Claus" As the story goes, this kuk, Alaska plan to be married on Miand Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. A.A. H.H.Harley Harley,,II III and all for the past several years,.,died in ing.They

were served following sev- in the traditional Christ recital everyone was invited into teacher gave all her pupils eacha Jan. 2 they will drive back to a Jacksonville convalescent home will also have New Years

eral games and a musical programby mas red and green highlightedwith the dining room for refreshmentsof dime .to spend and took them to the states following the wedding of and Starke D.'B.' ; and the families H. C. Harley Law-I Monday after a long illness. day and the following Saturday off

Misses Catherine and Elaine silver and gold magnolia punch and cookies. The table the store to buy a little gift incidentally they will go to the When Harley the of in Mrs. Ferry was born April 16, too, Finzer said.

.Colson. leaves.' Christmas carols from,the was centered with a miniature tree the six-year-olds were bubblingover church for the marriage via dog tey. group dispersed 1860 in Monticello and was a All other units of Big Dad are
the afternoon Mrs.
Those enjoying this occasion musical Christmas tree addedgaiety made of sea coral decorated withI trying to decide what to sled'and airplane! also wantto Harley returned sister of the late Dr. James Chaseof temporarily shut down Finzer

with Mr. Kite and the hostess, to the occasion.A I Christmas balls. buy with their money But extend oongrats to DeWitt with the Blockers to Jacksonville Jacksonville. She formerly re- said but they hope to have the

Mrs. Kite, were Mr. and Mrs. J.JL delicious buffet supper was j The following students participated there was one little girl who kept Crawford and Clara Eastwood to spend the holidays. sided in Augusta, Ga., coming to shirt unit back to work the Mon-

Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. Luther 'Wat- served to the 30 guests which included -I i on the program: Bobby Simmons looking longingly at a beautifuldoll who middle-aisled it Dec. 19 at Birthday Party Starke several ytears ago to make day following Christmas. "After

terson, L. J. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs, following employees of I Barbara Ann Blankenship for a dollar, and then looking Chystal River Mrs. O. J. Phillips entertainedwith her home with her nephew and New Years we hope to have all

J. E. Sherwood and'son Joe, Mr. Slade Gas the with ttfeir Sandra Carmichael, Sue Chastain, down at the dime in her tiny See Sammy Renfroe from a party honoring her daughter niece, Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Hoover.I units at work," he said.

W. M. Company Gayle Edwards, Penny Hollings- hand She would keep coming over Ola Mae, on her 13th birthday
and Mrs. Clyde Colson. wives and husbands: Mr. and Mrs. his arduous studies at the U of F Besides the Hoovers, she is survived Finzer pointed out that this
Mrs. Maurice worth, Suzanne Judd, Brenda' Lewis back again and again to look at anniversary last Saturday night.
Edwards, Mr. and George Quinney, Mr. and Mrs. for the holidays with his parents, by another niece, :Mrs. Hilda time of the .year was a slack
and Tom Mr. Buster Partin, Harriet Powell that doll, trying to figure out About 20 young people were pres-
Edwards and Mrs.Jr.Leaston son Wynn Mrs. James Overstreet, Albert Griffia Freeman Register, m, Perman how she could buy it for she the L. L. Renfroes He's in ent to enjoy the festivities. Out Belle Bence and a nephew, Ray- period for Big Dad, since peoplewere

Hafford Williams, all of Jacksonville second year pre-med and allowsas Of town included James mond Chase, both of Jacksonville. not interested in work clothes
Roberts, Kathy Struth. Jo Smith. guests ,
had had
Ara Moitt Mrs. Emily Denmark, never a real doll iin her h .. L t t..: '
and Mrs. O. W. Davis, w'it's'getting'h rder all the : I ---" -
Mrs. Ed' Prevatt:; Mrs. MaTy'E. Mr.. Mrs. Silcox :Mr.andKirs. Steven Simmons.? Betty Ann Simmons life. When it was finally made, time Also on deck Jona- Norman Virginia Norman, Ruby Funeral services were held Wed- (Big Dad's majorjrudtirtarolndChristmas
Mr. and Ray are
E. B. McKinney, Mr; .and : : Angela Elder Eddie Hart- clear to the youngster that the than Austin and Donnie Mosley of High- nesday afternoon at 2 'o'clock in time. .
Wynn Elder) :Mr. and :Mrs. Taylor and Butch
and Bobbie M. D. mann, Eloise D bbs, Kay Hart, Bill doll cost ten dimes and she only Smith land; and Chlori, Shirley, Crosby, in
Mrs. Albert Newman M. L. Elder, Mr, and Mrs. A. R. from Georgia Military College for Hardage & Sons Funeral Chapel, Our business usually picks up
and Charles Register all Gaines-
Green, Mary K. Wainwright, Car- had she then decided to get of
Newman. Norman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- one the holidays with the homefolks ville. Outdoor Jacksonville,. with Rev. W. J, February and )March and by July
olyn Vickers, Betty Jo Starling, just a little baby bottle for the games were enjoyed -
ward Burns, of the Starke office.A Sill Anne Smith, Bob Smith, Linda Ben (Ole Sarge) Suslow left until a late hour after whicht. Churchwell officiating. Interment we should be going full blast, he
Tree doll the closest she would ever .._ __ .. ...
Christmas total of $2,125 was distributed early in the week for the holidays L .ftft ; I'\ft1.1M rI-.e.-,, --
Kay Sale, Franklin Ritch, Sue get to the thing she longed for me guesis were servea refreshments voa 111 uoiviawuTruly "' ",1I"1J'' II.lU.
to the employees.Mrs. with his family in New York _
For ChildrenOf Johnson Hernwall consisting of
Held Marilyn Bar- most Well, the poor saleslady birthday cake
.- Slade was assisted in look- bara Matchett, Barbara Bates, couldn't stand 'it any longer, so Says he'll be away from Call and ice cream. Mrs. Phillips was
Camp BlandingThe after her guests by Mrs. A. Y. Street several weeks assisted Mrs. James
ing Nancy Bates and Gail Duke. when the little girl strolled away by Phillipsof
Covington. Isn't it fun to ride around town Starke and Mrs. Register of
enlisted men's club at Camp for a moment she hastily wrappedthe
at night and take in all the lovely Gainesville. A good time was had Expert
Rb.1'\din' was the scene of a gala Methodist ChoirIs doll in Christmas paper and T II
*"- Christmas decorations?. Among by all and Ola Mae received
a.3 tree party at 7 o'clock Dianne EdwardsIs ribbon "Here's something the many

last Friday night for about 100 HonoreeMrs. EntertainedBy fairies left here for you," she said the current eye-stoppers are JimChasteen's nice and useful gifls. Radio And I VI
Birthday picture window arrangement New BusinessWe
children living on the post. This Pastor And WifeThe as she handed the package to the

is sponsored annually by the little girl The expression in depicting a stocking- are happy, to announce the SERVICE
event J. M. Edwards entertainedat bedecked I I
Post Fund, CoL J. A. Griffin Tuesday Senior Choir of the First the little girl's eyes would have j mantelpiece GeneLong's opening of a. fruit store in the
a lovely birthday party doorway, outlined like a Whitehead building. C. F. Miles
Methodist Church of Starke, was melted the heart of a Sphinx, the ,

president.Cartoon movie comedies were afternoon for celebrating her daughter her, entertained at an "Open House"at teacher said, as she ran her hand ,,Christmas tree Ruby Johns' formerly of Lake Butler where he ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
Dianne, who was lovely porch tree, and of the
shown for about an hour after the Methodist Parsonage by lovingly over the package and course operated same kind of busi-

which Santa Claus distributed sixth anniversary.A decorations the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G. Mit- could tell by the outline that the Joe Martinez's symmetrical out- ness, I is the proprietor. He expects FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239{

from the Christmas tree to profusion of Christmas chell, Sunday evening, following doll was inside '"For me?" she door tree The Jerry Gay homeis I to carry a full line of fresh ,
gifts used throughoutthe II
all children present. A happy eve- were rooms for the occasion. the presentation of the Christmas said with her eyes as bright as also a standout with its lovely fruits. Most Experienced 9 Finest Equipped (

ning was concluded with the serving party the Musical Concert by the Senior I if she just been given a preview of picture window wreath of lights Drugstore ChangeW. \

of refreshments. Games were played during Choir .at the Sunday evening Heaven "Yes, for you," the Nothing like a little tour Coleman Phillips has recently 9 Satisfaction Guaranteed

afternoon and prizes were ,awardedto [Church service. saleslady replied "I'll wait till around town to get you in the assumed management o*

the winners. The young guests G. S. Newcomb, president of the Christmas to open it," she said as Christmas spirit, so why not pack the combined Lawtey Drug Store

received balloon favors tied the 30 on Senior Choir, presented gifts in she left the store with the others, the family in the car and take and gas service station. The busi- Chas.'rC. !Shepherd

(')'jI1dy; canes. Among the'rapped package still clutched off? ness will continue under the firm
PARK behalf of the
choir to
Forrest A. !
Seat Covers
school teacher ( Radio TV Sales& Service
guests was Dianne's McGinley choir director and to tightly in her hand .. And now gotta take off my- name of Griffis Brothers with Mr. -
Mrs. Edna Prevail, who also PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. I
I Mrs. E. K. Perryman, organist. See the Atlantic Service Stationon self on a little last-minute shop- Phillips in charge.

celebrated her birthday on Tues Others attending the Open Temple avenue has been leased ping spree So guess that's all

MERRY CHRISTMAS day.Assisting House, besides the choir and families by Joe Van De Mark of New York, for now except to wish you a -YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG--- '

Mrs. Edwards in entertaining were, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. who with his family have movedto MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Friday, Dec. 25 and serving her daughter'sguests Slade, :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Starke recently hear that Carolyn BRANCHby

Oh! SuzannaIN were Miss Kate Struth, and and Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Mosley of Hazel Green is taking this week I
Miss Carolyn Edwards. Jacksonville. off from her duties at the Health yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy I
Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand
TRUCOLOR! Clinic and also Grace Ritch from ,
With Rod Cameron and Adrian brook purse-size fountain pens in WebbThigpenMr. the School Supt. office the tiwiiy--\% \

Booth Jack R. Smith family moved on
at Brad- K ,
pastel shades. Only $2.37 _
of the Congo I Alvarez houseon
Plus Serial "King and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen Monday from
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyYVYVVYYY. by L II. Futch The Clay Hill PTA presentedtheir ,
Chapter S and Cartoon announce the marriage of their Bay street to the Lonnie Sulli-

:granddaughter, Faye, to James E. van house' on Westmoreland &AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAArthur Christmas program Friday b ,
J. L. Strick-
26 I morning as planned.
Saturday. Webb, which was an event of Dolly and Lonnie Sullivan have '
FEATURE W. Swanbom, Aviator ,land was called on for the devo-
DOUBLE Friday, Dec. 11, in Folkston. Ga. moved to Lake Forest Hills in b 3
Machinist Mate 1st Class, stationed !tional services and all stated an in-
RockiesWith \, The double ring ceremony was Jax. going to miss Big Dolly in c'fr
of the ..
Heart at Corpus Christi. Texas ar- teresting message. Treats were
1 performed by Judge.Cecil Conner. Koch's just won't be the same ; *
and Trigger rived home Sunday evening to distributed and all went home M 9
Roy Rogers The bride attended Bradford without her around .
the Christmas with
spend holidays happy, no more school for two
PLUSHavana made her homein
High and Seen around town: Doris and his mother, Mrs. Agnes Swanbom. long weeks! ,

Rose Starke with her grandparents.Mr. Bob Underhill, recently stationedin and his sister, Miss Dorothy Swan- 'The Long Branch Church ren-

and Bill Williams Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. I Germany and now discharged, born. He expects to be home dered a very interesting programlast gg
With Estellta Sr. is native of ,
E. Webb
a gg
Plus Serial "King of the Congo" Peru Indiana where he graduatedfrom are home for Xmas with Doris' until after New Year's Day. Friday night which was en- .
S and Cartoon parents, the J. H. Moncriets at Arthur's mother and Mr. E. J. joyed by all.

Chapter ..-. Peru High School. The State Farm; Edwin Prevatt, home Whelan had a few anxious moments Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones spent --J ,
-- bride and making their
Dec. 27, 28 1-' -== groom are for the holidays from L. S. U.; Sunday afternoon as Miss Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. -
Mon. is -
Sun., home in Peru where Mr. Webb
tL- AFB2c] Jerry Lawson home from Swanbom and Mrs. Whelan had Faircloth. ,
At '
Ambush employed. Witchita Falls Texas for 20 days gone to Jacksonville to meet Dub England came back to

Tomahawk GapIN with his parents, the Ewell Law- Arthur and his train was two Florida Saturday, returned to I1

TECHNICOLOR ExpensiveExtraction OES InstallationInstallation sons, before reporting to Williams and one-half hours late arriving Alabama Sunday where he will tL ,

of the AFB at Chandler, Ariz on Jan.,:n Jacksonville and there was no continue to look for work. Took
John of officers
With John Hodiak and 6; 'SSgt. Billy Miles home for 30 way to let the folks at home know Jimmie and Willie back with him.

Derek News Order year 1954 of the will Eastern be held Star at the for Masonic the' days leave from .Los Angeles, what caused the delay. We as usual are called on for It's Christmas Again J JK
Plus Short Calif. Cressler, Kaspar Dun- Christmas trees this
Temple on Tuesday, Decem- ; Billy David Kelly a student at the year, have
IF YOU LOSE your home "can and Marcus Brown from Em- University of Florida arrived let 12 trees go, and have four
is to on
ber 29. This meeting open
Tuesday, Dee. 29 and have to replace part of it the public and everyone is cordially ory University; Tom Slade and\Friday to spend the holidays with more days to go before Christmas.We A firm like ours could not exist ,

Fighting Coast nut nf vmir- nwn tirwkpt. that I I invited to attend. Johnny Kopelousos from Emory at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. usually donate more than this, ,

;ill be'an expensive project. -I Oxford: Florence Brown from I'Kelly. churches, school, and individuals Without such Friends. as You,

GuardWith And that's what will happen I IB Circuit Coal*. Bradford Coumty, FSU; Donald Ritchie from Camp 'I Mrs. Louis H. Hill of Ft. Myers but we feel we can do this muchto << ,

Brian Donlevy, Forrest if fire catches UNDER- i Charles Florlda..1.W Wright rhaaecrr.Plaintiff, vs. Lejuene, N. C.; J. E. Denmark arrived last Friday evening to help others enjoy the Christ- So once again we pledge our estIneverythingwedo
you ]
Tucker and Ella Raines Lucille Wright Defendant.Case from Emory Dental School. At- spend the holidays at her home mas spirit, K ,

Plus News, Short Cartoon INSURED. Better let us' Order Of PvbllratU. And No.\ctlce 10-217 T* lanta: Mary Weldon from Tampa, Daisy Lang was taken suddenly '

check your insurance protec A"*rar| State Of Florida Tot Sgt. Steve Weldon from Arlington here.Mrs.. Pearl Campbell and :Mrs. ill Sunday night, Dec. 13, was

Wed., Thur., Dec. 30, 31 tion' now. Lucille address Wright.is: 2(17 whose La Mirada residenceand Ave. Hall Station, Arlington Va. T. C. Edwards attended the School rushed to the hospital at once. I',

DOUBLE FEATURE nue. Hollywood. California. all home for the holidays with their Lunchroom Workers Christmas The doctors thought she had suffered -

You are required to appear on respective families. Faxon a paralytic stroke ,
Buddy but later
Maverick party in the Starke School Cafe-
The i, 1354 in the above
January named Court and Muse, wherein returns to his base at San Diego, teria Friday night of last week. found the attack was caused by I f

IN SEPIATONE ,H. C.. WALL olaintlff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this Calif. on Xmas day after a week'svisit The L. H. Futches also attendedthis very bad tonsils and an appendixthat BullingtonSTUDIO
Elliott County
Wild BUI with his
With family. Word Is not in too
x '. Order In next four weekly Issues. received party as guests of the Hei good shape. She
AND AGENCY Witness lOT hand and official that Donald and Oleeta Har- bronn lunchroom workers. Highlights returned hoe Friday. We are

Pride of MarylandWith > l' Phone 146 seal 2.at 1SSS.OFFICIAL Starke. Florida. this December denbrook have been transferredfrom of the evening wEb the I glad she !is ..be to be up and AND GIFT SHOP f

SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Fort Jackson, S. C. to Little turkey dinner with all the trim around again and that the illness
Stanley clements and 200 E. Call Street Clerk of said Court Rock, Ark. Starke %
Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk mings, and the exchange of. gifts. is no worse i\-i it is. 105 W. Call St. Fla.

Peggy Stewart StarkeR Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life Have you seen that beautiful The group was favored with a Minnie' Lee ?urr. Johnnie Mae
Plus I.aUat World News .. J' tid*.. Jacksonville. Florida. diamond that Elizabeth Crawford Strickland ''ber and '!'i I
number of vocal selections by Miss Mobly .
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.... .' Judy and Archie Green and JoAnn 'Festive Fruit Dessert NOTICE 10 APPEAR I .. -. .
r" IB ClreBlt Coast Bradford c..t, ---. .-..- .- .- -. .. ;
-" -
Jacksonville on -- - -
Smith were in Florida !. Chaivery.
Monday.Mr. 'y Y15 Nf Edward Lope Plaintiff, vs. Jeanne
Lope Defendant.
Mrs. W. F. Haas and -
and Case" No. 10-258
children are spending the holidaysin !hf Notice To Appear.
To: Jeanne Lope whose residenceand 3-Eell0
Eustis and Winter Garden. address Is:. 148 Richmond ; 6verifboJ9))
Mrs. C. W. Colson and Mrs. Street Brooklyn 8, New York.
OON THE NEWS y xa xI You are hereby notified that a
in Gainesvillelast uo.
Eva C. Ray were suit for divorce, custody control

I" Saturday. and support of minor childrenhas
been filed against you In the
Miss Colley of Washington -
Shirley 2.'ti i ie above named Court and and
and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb and
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger D.-C. is spending the holidays ar you are required to serve A copy of
son Nelson, of Green Cove Springswere sons, Byron and Chuck, plan to with her mother, Mrs. M. H. your answer or pleading to the
and spend Christmas with the New- 3: A complaint on the Plaintiffs c:
Sunday guests of :Mir Colley and family. Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
Mrs. J..D. Doyle.Mr. comb's parents, Mrs. E. W. New- Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long and z/f' k eC Starke. Florida I
comb'and Mrs, H. P.,Moye in Or- I and file the original In the officeof
and Mrs., M. C. Ford Sr. of_ sons, Dave and Tom, are spendingthe : the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Jacksonville are spending Christmas lo'Vista. holidays with Mr. and Mrs. : +1N on or before the I
Have you been in the New Shoe ,4 25'day of January 1954;
with Mrs. Dorothy Ford and Lloyd, Lewis in Wilmington Dela. otherwise the allegations of said
Dept. at Ducky's ? Complaint will be taken as con-.
daughters.Mr. :Mr., and :Mrs., Frank Herlongwill fessed by I
and Mrs. Lonnie Crawfordand Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Young will spend the holidays in 'Jack- This notice shall be Ju1lU.he4once )
spend the weekend with Mr. and each week for four consecutive
family attended the weddingof sonville. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
the Crawford's son DeWitt C. Mrs. Julius C. Martin and daughter Miss' Dolores McKnight was admitted rrapn.
Fort and with Dated this 22 day of December
Crawford, to Clara Eastwood at June, at McCoy to St. Luke's hospital on 1933. ;

Crysta River on Dec. 19 in the Mrs. S. R. Love in Ocala. Sunday for. treatment' .for virus fl (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
r"tiv. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
The J. M. Vickers family will
:Methodist: Church. Infection. .
= By, Marian L.Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Mr. and Mrs.:Jimmy. Ritch and pen* the -weekend in Fitzgerald, Mrs: P. S: Denmark of Starke If you are having an overabundance of rich, filling foods during theit;;, 12/25 4t 1/15-

son, Franklin, and :Mr, and Mrs.' Ga. with 'relatives. and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Den- holiday season i it is time for fruit- Combinations of fruits which ar,:r I f. OTICE OF-INTEVTIOV

D. E. Neel! were weekend guestsof Miss June Harding is home froni mark 'faf Keystone Heights were attractive arid festive in appearance; cost no more than a like quantity TO \KE APPLICATION FOR

Atlanta, Ga. for .a holiday visit in Lakeland Monday and'Tuesday of a single fruit FINAL DISCHARGE
Acting Gov. and Mrs.. Charley, with her Mr. and Mrs. funeral' of Mr. The advantages of this dessert are that it is good, easy, quick and (Probate Law 1933) .
parents, to attend the !' In Court of the ConntjJadgr.. .
at theGovernor'
E. Johns in Tallahassee Inexpensive. Use the combination of canned fruits given here or try;. .
T, B. Harding. Bradford County,
Handley. .
Mansion. favorites.
other '
ftmilY State of Florida.In
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Friends of A. D. Martin will regret M-M-M-M-Boy! Have you seen Holiday Compote re1 the Estate of Freedi B. Clark,

will next Sunday in to hear that he is confined those Shoes At Ducky's? 1 Mb. can pear halves Whole cloves Deceased, In Probate.TO .
Mrs. B. C. Holtzen- 1 1-lb. peach halves 1 .
Gainesville as guests oj Mr. and with illness. Mr. and can orange Notice Is hereby given that Mamie
Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion and dorf, Jr. will spend the holidays in 1 1-lb. can dark sweet cherries Lee Clark filed her final report as
Mrs. T. E. Duncan. Miami with Mrs. Holtzendorf'sparents Chill fruits. Drain off part of the syrup and empty canned,fruits intoa Administratrix of the estate of
Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly of son of Ocala are .spending the Daniel. bowl. Squeeze juice of half an orange over them, adding a bit of Freedi B. Clark deceased! that she ,
with their Mr. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. filed her petition for final dischargeand -
weekend parents stick whole
Eagle Lake and daughter, Miss of grated orange peel if you like it. To make party-pretty, that she will apply to
Pat Wimberly ,of Washington D. and Mrs Leo Champion and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mosely cloves around sides of half an orange and place. in the. center of the the Honorable Theron A. Yawn. .

C. the first of the week and Mrs. Al Hartmannw" Memphis, Tenn. are spending the serving dish. Eight to ten servings.' County. Judge of Bradford County, I
John Pierce of tin*USS Timmer- holidays with their daughter, Mrs. COOKIE JAR MAGIC-These made-in-a-jiffy cookies are good toserve'with Florida. on the 25 day of January.
visiting Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Mrs. 1954. for approval of same aid for
Beth' Wimberly and the Nelson man Boston, Mass. 'Sp 1the I H. H. Adams and family. MJr. H. fruit: .* r final discharge as Administratrix
I Elizabeth H., Adams will arrive home on Quick Mincemeat Cookies of the estate of Freedi B. Clark deceased -
Green family weekend with Miss on this 22 day of
I December
\ milk
weekend canned mincemeat 2 tablespoons
the 1
,. Mr Christmas day for cup 1953.
Crawford and her parents,
salt 1U graham cracker v
/4 teaspoon cups Mamie Lee Clark. Administratrixof
with his amily.
AIL YOU NEED for Your and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford. Mrs. S. G. Denmark and chil- cup chopped nuts the estate of Freedi B. Clark
Glen ,Champion and children of In Mix first four ingredients thoroughly. Stir in the crumbs. Drop by deceased.
dren, Steve and Joyce, were cookie sheet. Bake in a moderate oven 12/25 4t 1/5
COUGH Pittsburg, Kan. are spending sev- teaspoonfuls onto a greased
eral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pompano the first part of the ((375'F.) about 10 minutes. Makes about 2 a dozen cookies. .
Mrs. Denmark'sBarents .
week visiting
When cold, measles or flu leave yon Champion and family.
with a couth get Creomulsioa quick Billy Cressler had as his guest Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mrs. Bertha Pearce will haveas ]I Mrs. J. J. Rigdon.) They were ac- -
because it soothes raw throat and Morris. holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. companied back to Jacksonvilleby .
chest membranes, loosens and helps the early part of the week, Milton Mrs. 0. L. Haynes, Jr. and Ed Ensor and Mrs. Mary Lane of Miss Vida Jean Gentry who I i'.l :

expel fenny phlegm, mildly relaxes McClain of Buford, Ga. The boys daughter, Marcia, were in'Decatur, I will several ,
Mrs. Thomas
Jacksonville, Mr. and spend days as guestsof .
systemic tc'ffop and aids nature fight\ spent several days in the Okee- visit- f : ".;: :
the cause of irritation. You'll like its feenokee Swamp hunting. Ga. from Friday to Tuesday Peacock, Jr. of Orlando, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olham and ., f .., .
results better than other medicine or I ing her parents Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin and children children.Mr. .
druggist refunds' your money. No Mrs. C. J. Houpt was in Lake- David Scott. of Jesup, Ga. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were :- ,
Barcodes. Pleasant to take. land over the weekend attendingthe .
Just a few left EsterbrookDesk ,Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd and In Jacksonville Thursday on busi .'
60th wedding anniversary of
CREOMUL'SIONrttimt Sets, $3.50. Bradford Coun- ,son of St. Petersburg were Saturday -
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. ness.Mrs.
CMffe QMS Cold Acutt iroacUtii: Douberley. ty Telegraph.Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. C. B. Johns spent Saturday

J. R. Sapp and Mrs. Guy Nollman. and Sunday night with hei

Sale and daughter Linda Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunter and son and daughter-in-law Mr. an

visited Ray Newsome in the VA family will spend Christmas in :Mrs. E. L. Johns. +

STARKERADIOS Hospital in Lake City on Sunday. Zephyrhills with Mrs. Hunter's Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry spenl t T

Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clar- Tuesday in Jacksonville.

are spending the holiday weekendin I dy. The Clardys are entertainingat

TV SERVICE Marianna with Mrs. Conner's' a family reunion with 25 mem- NOTICE TO APPEARIn

mother Mrs. B. E. Bennett.Mr. bers of the fapiily present.Duck"s Circuit Court Bradford Count y r
IB Chaaeerr
and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, continues to grow. Nowa Fridolin J. Blumer, Plaintiff, vs
Sr. were in Jasper on Sunday new Shoe Dept. for your con-i Margaret Blumer Defendant.
Reasonable Guaranteed Service
Case No. 10-25:
Mrs. R. Koolbeck. enience.
visiting Votlre To Appear
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp will To: Margaret Blumer, whose residence .
On All Makes Radios or TV Mjr. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan and and address is: Box 87, Pecos
daughters. Kathleen and Margaret have as holiday guests, Mr. and New Mexico,

Ann of Schnectady, N. Y. arrived Mrs. Victor Berry, Jr. and familyof You are hereby notified that

IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS Monday for a holiday visit with Dillon S. C. and Mr. and Mrs.D. suit Divorcehas for .

NOT GIVING YOU Mrs. Scanlan's mother, Mrs. O. L. M. Heath of Fort Lauderdale.Mr. been filed against you In th ...
above named Court and
and Mrs. J. A. Landrum and cause an
SATISFACTIONCall Haynes, Sr. and family. you are required to serve a copy a) d
fr Clair Jean Mundy was the guest Ruby Montague of Brooksvillewere your answer or pleading: to the complaint
the Plaintiffs AttorneT.
i of Martha Van Landingham inChattanooga visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.. F. on Frank Landrum. Starke, ,
198-W jit Once .andrum on Sunday, The.Land. Florida ,H r
: .' from Sunday to Wed- rum'faniily are spending the weekend and file the original In the office of)
nesday. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
with.Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Land- or before the 25 day of January MARKET
22S E. Call Street Next.Door:.To Nasworthy's, Mrs. John Sale of Valdosta, Ga. rum in Brooksville. 1954; otherwise the allegations o f COOK'S
said Complaint will be taken a s
with, Mr.
is spending the holidays Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tyus and confessed by you.
J and :Mrs. Guy Sale. imogene Wiley of Chattahoochee Thisnotice! shall be puWlshe d :
I Now once each week for four consecutiv e
f Ducky will be weekend guests of Mr. and weeks in the Bradford County Tele,-
'' Women's and Children's shoes graph
& Mrs. H. K. Tyus.
I Dated this 22 day of December.
all sizes and widths.
Mrs. P. T. Nolin and Mrs. Riley 1953. I c;

Pat Sieg of Gainesville spent Wasdin and daughter Linda, were OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
the weekend with Carolyn Ed- Clerk of the Circuit Court, ;
THEATRE I in Jacksonville on Monday. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk g .. ,
LURIDA wards. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and 12/25 4t 1/15 1 "' ... .

STARKE :Miss Gayle Sewell of Baton sons, Bob and Sgt. Butch, and R. :NOTICE TO APPEAR ::.. ".,""..: ..' "

Rouge La. and Miss Virginia A. Weeks will spend Christmas la Circuit Court Bradford County, /. ;
Florida In Chanrrrr. Our Sincere Thanks for the Association
Dedicated To Service Sewell of Fort Lauderdale are
Community with Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall in Pearl Rosen Plaintiff, vs. Abraham .... "* 4
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If home for ,the holidays with their St. Augustine.Mr. I Rosen, Defendant. g ....,",/'. ; :

Darents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. B. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson I Case No. 10-236 : .."..,"So.: :
you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Sewell. The Sewells also have as Jr. and children of Monticello and Notice: Abraham To Appear.To Rosen Whose residence '' $ < ,

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSI. holiday guests, Miss Maude Sewel Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffin of and address is: 1171 East and Patronage with which ice have been

of Pallapoosa, Ga. Ochlocknee, Ga. will be holiday 14th You Street are ,hereby Broolyn notified New York that a p (; : 1'\1' Q

Mrs\. Doyle Conner entertainedat guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. suit Divorce for custody and control of 11

a family dinner party and Stump. minbr child .
joint birthday party Thursday of Mrs. Edward Charbonneau of has been filed against y&u in the :; > -- : favored. We shall endeavor to continue ,
above named Court and cause and .,. ,:" .
last Week in celebration of the St. Petersburg is the holiday guestof you a-e required to serve a copy of ."", ,: "' ..'.,. .;: ,c
birthdays of Doyle Conner and Mrs. C. F. Ward and other your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiffs to the << 0\. 1 '... '. :: ;r ,
Lawton Conner.Mr. friends here. Attorhey T. Frank Landrum. :
and Mrs. Lemuel Colson Jr. Mrs. R. J. Davis of Gainesvillewas Starke, Florida J.. : .t : '. to merit your trust and confidence.
and file the original In the office of << '. l.t ,. t ,
and son, Jimmy, of Panama City the overnight guest Sundayof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on "', V'r; : ""' V
tI. will arrive on Christmas day to Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- or before the i Uj ;' f' : .
25 day of January, 1954; :
spend the long weekend with the rum. otherwise the allegations of said r ,

I.. G. .H uris and the senior Colsons. GIVE ESTERBKOOK: Desk Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed I. /\ .

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and< Sets, Pen & Pencil Sets Fountain This notice shall ..e publishedonce 4, \, WE WISH YOU A VERYCUMBER'S ,
children each week for four consecutive
Entire Staff of the spent the weekend in Pens. Bradford County Telegraph. weeks in the Bradford County Tele :s: w c'.16tW
Ozark, Ala. with relatives. ]Ir. and Mrs. Dolvin Foremanand graph. : ,

'Florida Theatre. Mrs. J. W. Lee of Atlanta Ga. son, Dolvin, Jr., and Mrs. W.I. 196s.Dated this 22 day of December, <<

is spending the holidays with Mr. Colsen and son, Billy were in' OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
psit and Mrs J. R. Chasteen, Sr. at Waycross, Ga. over the weekend Clerk of the Circuit four* ,
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
10\ State Farm and with Mr. and Mrs. visiting relatives.Mr. 12/25 4t 115CHARLEY !

Dec. 26 ONLY Tues., Wed. Dec. 29, 30 Jim Chasteen of Starke. and Mrs. Vic Frees are having J

DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr. as Christmas day guests, Mr.

I rl are spending two weeks in San and Mrs. Fred J. Pancoast and :

Antonio, Texas visiting their son- Mrs. Ethel Craig of Jacksonville << ,

In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Ethel Fowler of Jack-

J. G. Wood, and son, Delano sonville and Mr. and Mrs. L. N. << ,

/11L./I Thomas. Mr. Wood and Delan Vincent and children of Winter

i i i: are both stationed at Lackland Haven. ,

I aarrTuHNICLNL .AFB. }.{r. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and

MaO a hrtR11IE rttIrI Last Minute Shoppers! Give daughter, Lu, of Tampa will be I "

Esterbrook Fountain Pens, Desk holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K ,
Plus "Puppet Love" Cartoon and
nAMPI.DE Sets, Pen & Pencil Sets. Bradford H. Graham. I r. ..c.tN .
I Latest- World! News.
AND"--- County Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. Zariel Tyson of I << ,
D>i. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt will Las Cruses, N. M. were visiting. z Wwhn4r ,

TROMBAThe P. D. REDDISH spend Christmas with their son- the Carl Hunter family on Tues-i I ,
in-law and daughter, Mr. and'Mrs. day. '

Tiger Man VtV. Strickland at Daytona Friends of Mrs. W. H. Nollman i I

: Thurs., Fri. Dec. 31, Jan. 1 Beach. will be happy to hear she is much K 1tqY ,

All Star Cast improved after several days illness.

Plus "Safet) Spin" Cartoon and i, jHOWBIG I. Mr. and Mrs. :Morris Wiliams of E. JOHNS & SON K 1 Y.H : .. ; ; ,

Lake City are spending Christmas i

Chapter No; 9 Serial. I IS A BIGPICTURE ATTENTION 'with Mrs. Williams parents, Mr. about thisquestion b r 2

JOE ARNOLD and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. % ,
I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and J Overheated furnaces, chimney .h t'q t
; If You Have
Sun., Mon Dec. 27, 2S g I family will be in Jacksonville fires, oil or gas furnace "

OFr I lSOEllS" TIMBER TO SELL Christmas Day as guests of Mr. explosions, all add up to much bK f
EIIEIN and Mrs. C. H. Walters.Dr. ,
PINE OR CYPRESS and Mrs. W. E.*Middletonand greater fire loss in winter

Miss Madge Middleton will than in summer. Can I ?n- i. ti'>>
Large or Small Tracts ,
.. tt have as Christmas Day guests, Mr. fire insurance
B l :rease my dwelling i'n
and Mrs. Earl Middleton and
E. -- We All
daughter, Drucffla, Mrs W. Q. now to cover full re <<
Kids" Cartoon.
Plus "Aquatic
111 V r 'sti11 PAY TOP PRICES Dowlmg and Mrs. Della Wellham placement value, for only 'ac |

ALSO LATE SHOW NEW YEAR'S EVE,, all of Jacksonville. about $1 per $1000 of insur- ,
Dr. and Mrs. Paul and
until w ta -- Lindsey
t sons, of Madison Ga., Mrs. Lulu ance? 7"" ''" > ,f
111 111 Write or Call Lindsey and Ben Lindsey of Will .
"THE SUN achoochee, Ga. and Lt. Com Tom ; ,. ''
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Lindsey of Jacksonville will be g r'.y; -

IM a Th EMMASLUMBER weekend guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Charley Johns

C SHINES BRIGHT'Directed Dave Paulk and family.Mr. << GAS STATION ,

3D "cx' CO. and Mrs, E. L. Johns of

CobrbyTEQfliCQLORPlus by JOHN FORD PHONE 211-J Gainesville Christmas holidays are spending in Starke with the & Son Agency : U. S. Highway 3013 Miles North of Starke 2E

Latest World News P. 0. Bat 735 relatives.Mr. .

Rf-r Adm. Prkee pins Viewer. Bring Your New Year's Party STARKE FLA. and'Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of Phone 13 Starke, Fla. : ,.
Jacksonville -
spent Sunday with
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FRID. Y. YUUunw.uijiaiiJER 25, 1953
about 125 Ibs. of beef to"eat We I -
.fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYI we plant It every winter.
some cows grazing there and it farm. I .
had some steaks for dinner, and; looked nice. .
;;: & FARMER'SThe they were good, but the next time' Got a bag of 36 percent cotton- Our broccoli* is* starting to head !

we butcher we're going to let the seed pellets for the cows, and they Our berries suffered from the ALVADt'7' STORE l\len"s.Clothing
fare I now, and it won't be long beforewe Established 1894
DIARY steer get to about two years aswe crazy about them. We feed combination of heavy rain and have some to eat. More and
like our beef older. some to Comfort and her great then the cold frost. It killed mostof more folks are discovering how

author wlfl be glad to receive big ox of a son Slugger just about the, bloom r and froze the few good it is.Having.
item of Interest concern We spent a night In Jacksonville knocks Ma all over the place try- berries that were ripening. However We Are Now Equipped To
Ins the activities of farmers In recently, and it was quite an ing to steal them. We can't wait' we'd like to_ see the plants to buy eggs now, and
Bradford County. Suggestions may event for Sam, for it was the first until we can turn the cows into before that hurts. But not as bad as if
grow some more they start
be left at.the Telegraph office or time since he came to Bradford the rye field, for right now they we thought the eggs were coming CLEANYOUR
Sam that he overnight are in terrible shape. t setting fruit. from hens
mailed to McGarvey Lawtey County was away . our which were stolen.
It certainly felt good to We just hope the theivea try.to
By Sam McGarveyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..AAAAAAAAAA. Dave Shuford of Lawtey has Any day now we're going to
get home the next day. a get eggs,out of them.
beautiful heifer. We took% a look butcher Myrtle, the turtletailedpig. Heaters and Floor FurnacesWITH
Most folks who farm know that and have to admit that she is She isn't very big, but we Merry Christmas to all from

Had an exciting -day recently them from early October until terrible feeling when the money' pretty, but every now and then think that she ought to be pretty Alice, Sam, Joy, Leo, and all,
when we butchered Happy an 18- the first week of December. If keeps going out and no money we'd steal a glance at Charley good eating, as she has had corn right down to old iron-headed OUR NEW INDUSTRIAL CLEANER

month-old steer. Rigged -up a folks around here heard a big coming in. and the prospects for Shuford's "Pokey"'. Dave's heifet .and'milk for.most. of. her feed. Finnegan.ToRdieve. Better Quicker EconomicalFor
not too bright. Well It's will have to go some to equal
wind about that time, it Sam any i
hoist to a limb of one of the oak was Also raised ,
with for that beauty. seme celery plants
that some
been us
trees out front, and before the giving a sigh of relief when he way The Best in
time now, so Sam took himself a and Sam has raised a batch .of
day was over we had two parties straightened up after setting the
part-time Job In Starke, to see ,if ;ti{It is interesting-tp us to potice rhubarb, and both
stop in and try to buy some beef. last plant. Unless we are forcedto the now they're .Av OS
he can keep that wolf away from re-birth of the old,Dr. Brown S.
But as we were old hands at we certainly don't plan to trying to figure out where the
Seems if today place, now owned by Mr. and Mrs.
our as you
butchering, we had the rascal ever set our berries that way again.It Reddish. !fe heck to set them out. Each re-
have to out and earn enough Bryant They built FILLYAW PLUMBING COMPANYPhone
skinned, cut into takes forever and a day and it: go
gutted quartersand 666uqm.
i money so that you can afford to fine brick home, are planting quires rich, well-drained soil, and I c
is :
at Lawson's Cold Storage in, much harder to take proper farm. pastures and putting up good we know what that is, but the t 290 Starke, Fla.
a short time. The carcass weighed care of them.. I II fences. The other day we saw trouble is we haven't any.on our .M w m-UMI MST HUB
254 lb!. dressed and that is not IA_ this :.t
much for his age. We had some For instance, we Just finished I I One reason lur move was -. --" -- -
some flooding rains which all but
of the liver that evening, 'and it fertilizing the last two beds of,!I!washed us away. At this time of

was really tender.;. plants, and now the rest of the the year water lasts a long time,
field is due to get another dose and we hadn't really dries out .
After fooling around trying to and so we'll probably be busy from the last rains, and so this
kill the cutworms and mole crick- fertilizing one batch of plants one just washed out fertilizer,
ets with' 5 per cent DDT and 5 after another right up to the broke down beds, and stunted &
per cent chlordane, we finally got time we mulch. But the other
growth. i&ijieric
a bag of poison bait and Alice side'ot'the story is that we have [

sprinkled some down each row, of about an acre of plants set and And not content with this, the
our berry patch. It got the mole fertilized and we have less than weatherman said. "Now let's
crickets, and we think it did a $25. in them. So we did it the freeze the pants off the dam-
Job too on the cutworms. Weprobaby hard way,but we did save money. yankee", and he sent a batch of
would have killed moreif ., polar air that still has us shiver-
. we hadn't had a rain that Sam's folks from Jacksonvillecame ing. We hear a lot of talk about
washed it away.. out and we had a great time the climate here thinning out a .
meat for the freezer.
wrapping person's blood; on some chilly
For a long ,time to come we'll Sam's sister Ruth took one side mornings we sometime wonder if
always remember this berry sea- of the beef, and we had the other we have any blood left! But '
son as the one when we raised one. And make believe1 doesn't seriously, we -had about 28 degrees "
our own plants and were setting feel good to realize that we haveThat's on: morning and half an T ,, '
inch of ice in the water trough. '- -
/I S .

Our Business Bought some pecans from Car] : \ L -
0 LAS S Prevatt and also got some throughthe
If It's Glass '- We Have It! market at Starke. Last weekwe

pr CALL WRITE or VISIT found some we had left over .:; .,.t ..._, .
from last year, and Alice made ,;
I Joe Peters Glass CO. some chocolate fudge with pecans ,
So .
and it was really good eating. ; -
FOR ANY GLASS NEED we decided we'd better get some 'A'
'Va lesign Modern Store Fronts all .'
before they are gone. I .
Just Mail Us A Pattern for FAC

Table Tops Up until this year we had .

1313 N.W. 4th PI. ,Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 thought that the fall potatoeswere 4 _
good but not as big as the "
.. .
spring crop. Well, this fall we've -
raised some spuds that are as -
big[ as any we've ever raised be- : : f
UP $ fore. Of course, there may be onlya
lJ few in a hill, so they do not do : ,

as well as they do .in the spring. .......
TO /
Talk about good things to eat! ..
TO L 0 A The other night we had a fine e
steak out of the freezer. It was 5
-. 1 broiled, smeared with butter .and
f .
CONFIDENTIALPrompt seasoning, some of the freshly -** *ti '-ft -ifI.. ..

'666 '6"6.61 Service" 1' dug most have Irish delicious ever potatoes tasted.English, A and lot then peas of the the we By Their Tremendous Wealth, Their Brilliant Advertising And Their Unlimited

friendly frozen vegetables which are on
I I II 11.,1 I ,., I sale are good, but we have never

STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. had come peas right as out.good of. the as. those garden.which Power -- Is The Liquor Industry Selling America The Product '

'Phone 160 In Canova'Drug Store Seems, that everytime we havea
freeze we get caught without
.. firewood. We get out and

MOVINGLOCAL get forget that but some it"rain turns all, and about, warm followed mean it again until to by get, we and cold"more gef we That Can And May Destroy .Us !

weather. Wish we had a lot of
Safe PHONE'OR oak. _

LONG Dependable. Economical 311 We pretty mush record here \
DISTANCE about everything we do, but this
R. B. Alvarez OR is one time we're giong to keep a

Agents For TRANSFER AND' 250JSTORAGE flock secret.of We 19 moved hens our(all poor that little the THE LIQUOR INDUSTRY POINTS WITH PRIDE TO: '. -.. eV
Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. _
thieves didn't take) and where : j .
they; are .now is "restricted information" 1 The number of employees they hire. .-JffL' W." ."
Alice did the movingjob .
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and at first she didn't even ; r ,
want to tell Sam where :I she had "

Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida moved them. But the secret came 2 The grain they purchase from our farmers, thereby helping to.keep our '
out later, when he saw Alice chas-
ing a lame hen all around the farmers prosperous and our economy strong. ,
barnyard. She hasn't caught it

For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write yet! 2 The money they donate to charities. .

Whenever there is threat of
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND a freeze we drain the water from / *.'_ a-- '.;**""*, '\ "** ,'* 0."' .

our trattor as a precaution. After The tremendous they into our government. '
CHEMICAL CO. hearing a story this week, of a 4 pay -

2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla farmer who left his tractor out ,-,a # .
DEMPSEY R. SAPP Owner in the field during a cold spell and t .j- } ;.....:..: "
then had a $300 repair bill, we .
MOSS CONTROLPECAN most certainly will be most care- '

TREES SHADE TREES ETC. ful In the future. Incidentally, BUT DO THEY EVER ADVERTISE : .
we also let a faucet in the kitchen ?
Contact Us Now For Estimates drip, and that keeps Finnegan so

Termite Control busy and blow that his he top.forgets to'freeze up 1 That for every $1.00 they pay in for taxes, they cost our nation $6.00 .

Household & Commercial in time lost, property destroyed, and money used to pay for crime

Exterminating has It damaged looks now our as small if the plantingof freeze \ caused by the consumption of their product. i

Rodent Control Rescues, grass. We don't know .
I if It will recover or not, but thinkIt 2 Do theytell you that of the charities they donate to, there would not '"
will as Bill Haas said that it
I grew similarly to oats. But the have been a need for some of them in the first place except that caused

cold weather did not damage our J by the use of their product.
rye and that is one reason why
; p 3 Do they ever advertise their finished product the drunk, the alcoholic '

Let Us Thoroughly the ruined and wrecked lives of our young people who use for an ex- ,

" FULLY EQUIPPED Wash Your Clothes cuse the fact that they have taken one drink -- and commit acts that

.I : > otherwise they would not do. What value would they place on these r ,,
the most modern and efficient equip. 9 Pounds
_ment available to the profession is people?

used by this funeral home.. in main- For 40c! '

taming its well known standard of FREE Bleach If Desired! *- 4 That if the 10 billion, spent yearly for their products were not so used, : :

Service. this money could then go into ethical business with a beneficial effect

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V.ICHURCHES ing Worship 11 o'clock "InfantBaptism"
Member the
Methodist Junior
At this service, 4RI4'Greet
one or :
Choir having perfect attendancewere Polly Wait Jr.
more Infants will receive this .
j presented with choir pins by sacrament.- AAAAAAAAAA&AAAMusical
Mrs. Wilma Dockstader Junior _
Youth Fellowship 6 p.m., Gerry >
Choir director. Sunday morning, ProgramA
Methodist ChurchThe At The Tabernacle Gibson Leslie and Robert Hump-
at the First Methodist Church. Christmas musical programwas
hries hosts.
Those receiving choir were: held at the school auditoriumlast 1 in Christian
First Methodist Church of 1 A Christmas message on"Home" Evening Worship 7:30 p.m., Fellowship!
Starke will join In the world wide was given Sunday morn- John Adams, Mary Ann Ball Bill "The First Missionary Journey", Thursday night under the IWUT

J observance of Student Recognition ing at The Tabernacle by the Dockstader Dave Long, Flora sermon and film on life of Paul. direction of Mrs. Jessie, P. Williams ...

Sunday, Dec. 27 with a special sponsor. It was pointed out that Slade Susan Slade. Betty Lou Wednesday Dec. 30, 7:30 p.m., of Lake Butler. Make your plans now to attend the
decorated with in
stage was greatest New
yet Year's
service at 11 ajn. Students parti- the home-gatherings at this season Wainwright, and Mary Katherine Prayer Meeting and Bible Study.
cipating in the church service of the,year,could be the foundation Wainwright. 8 p.m., Adult Choir practice. large baskets of poinsettias, Eve Watch Night Services at the
banked at the .
will be Florence Brown Anne for more spiritual lives,
The Junior Choir at the
sang with branches
Greasier. Adele ScholU Judy Green especially if Christ Child was the TTTTTTTTTTTRTTTTTTTTTTTKeystolle interspersed silvery ,

Claude Johns Jr. Kenneth Tyus, unseen guest at these gatherings.The Sunday. morning church service and an arrangement of red camel-.* FIRST 'BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTON
and also the Methodist Christmas lias on the piano.
and Tommy Sladfc : 4 evening message was a Heightsby
Sunday evening at 6 o'clock the challenge, contrasting the peace pageant Wednesday night. Those in the program" were: Jean ,
Endicott playing 0 Come All Ye
Woman's Society of Christian and quiet of Bethelehem and ,the
Service will honor the students turmoil and distraction of Baby- St. Edward's Church lIne Sara McDonaldMrs. Faithful;;" Jeanette McNeal. play- *
and their families with a supperin AAAAAA&&A&AAAAA AAAAA u Ing "Joy to the World, Sara Thursday, January 31st 7:30: P. M. *
lon.The Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Carlton playing "Hark the Herald I ,
the Methodist Recreation HalL spirit of ,Christmas was Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m. F. M. Walrath and family Angles Sing," Linda Gayle Green
Mrs. C.,L. Scholl WSCS Secretaryof
of shown in the delightful Youth Children's Class Saturday 11 have gone to Michigan to spendthe playing "Up on the Housetop," ,
Student Work, charge
Meeting program prepared and a. m. holidays with her father. Mr. Jackie Mott playing "On the .
plans for this event. presented by Mrs. Milo Smith Sat- Walrath will fly on Christmas, .
up ..
at 7:30 the Rev. Keystone Heights Bridle Path" and "I Saw Mommy ",1' :-'
Sunday evening ,
urday "
Thomas G. Mitchell will tell the nightTabernacle (Women's dub) Eve.Mrs. Kissing Santa Claus," Barbara '. -
of 'The Other Wise Man Christmas program, Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Ada Gephard is going to Davis playing "Ave Maria," Jeanne !

story colored film Christ-centered, Thursday night, Confessions before all Masses. Alabama to spend Christmas.Mrs. Wait with "The Guitar" and I '
with the use of a
Dec. 24, 7:30 p.m. Public Invited. t H. L. Morgan is home from "I heard the Bells" Gail McNet. + .
based on the story by Henry Van I
Dyke. The Youth Choir will provide Church ef ChristCorner I the hospital where she has been with "0 Come All Ye Faithful," .
for time.
some ,
special music for this service St. Mark's Episcopal 10th and McMahoa Wayne Thomas with "Silent I "
I Lt. Walter Finnigan ofFort Night," Judy Stokes playing .
: Rer.Raymond E. HaeBlaia
I Preaching-11 A. ),{ and 7:31 Benning will be home for the holi- "Happy Go Lucky," Joanne Wait -...
Schedule of Services
days with his parents. Mr. and Joo
P.M. playing "Wisteria, and "Rudolph, !
Church of God SUNDAYS Prayer Meeting and Bible Studseach Mrs. T. J. Southerland. Myrna LOU Rahn at the accordionand Y

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn 9:45: am, ..Church' School 11 Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins will Sandra Mott at the piano "

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening! im., Morning Priyer+ j&-Sermon; Bible School-10 A. M. go for the holidays to South Caro-' playing "Winter Wonderland' ,:oaf i

Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service 6:30 p.m.. Young People's Serv- lina.Mr. ,Beverly Green playing "Estrallito,"

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting ice- League. Christian ChurchBible and Mrs. E. L. Kyle went Sandy Mott and Beverly Green in '
7:30 p.m. Thursday. HOLY COMMUNIONlet. this week to Orlando to visit his a duet called "The Clock Shop I.: \

Lftwtey Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- School 9:45 a. m. Wor- brother. Sandra Mott playing "Aragonalse,"

Sunday School 10 a.m.,Morning day 7:30 am 7:30 Glenda Parker played "The Christ-
ship Service 11 a. m. and p. Bill Reynolds is home this week.
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- FRIDAY m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- from Newark, N. J. I mas Tree," and Lucretia Cumb'ee a

ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m. 7:30 p.m. Litany &; Meditation. day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, Lt. and Mrs. Chas. Newmanand 1 with "0 Little Town of Bethle-
8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. hem." .
baby are visiting Mrs. Newman's -
WOODLAWN MISSIONARY w After the the mem-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert_
LAWTEY, FLA. LAWTEY, FLA. SOCIETY their gifts and enjoyed refresh-
10 Sunday School 11 a.m. School 10 Preach- Fla. Woman's Club will hold I
a.m. Sunday a. m. Orange Park, ments of Cokes and cupcakes. Hhis
preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:45: pray ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek their annual birthday party on was attended by the relatives and Dr. Roy Mason

er service o'clock song services, service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun-, New Year's night, Jan. 1. Ever close friends of the class. .

TSO.evening services' A. E. Massey, pastor day School 11 a.m. body is welcome. There will be School Party You have heard him on the "Open Bible Broadcast" on WRUF
Wednesday sandwiches and coffee and -
Wednesday Evenings-1st a good
The for the
8 for 15 years. Now hear this outstanding of the
I each month, p.m. program. Brooker Jr. High School took pastor great Buffalo

Public cordially invited. Nur- The Community Church will place in the auditorium Friday. Ave. Baptist Church, Tampa, in'person as he brings the special New
sery, maintained for all seryices. hold a candle light service on The
program was put on by the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Community Center Building, Christmas Eve at 11:30p.m. The 7th and.8th grades. They chose'a .Year's Message.

Kingsley Ave.and, Highway 17.HAMPTON church will be open at 11. singing program in which they
Plus .
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carey and sang Christmas songs as a choir

children are spending the holidays under the direction of J. L. Som-
I. I with relatives in Charlotte, mese who is the teacher for the
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship N. C. 7th and 8th grades. Solos were )1:J
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor f' .
Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program sung by various members of the % -' '.. ,',;t: '",
6:30 p. m. Evening Service 7:30 YYYYYT WTYYYYYYYYYYYYY T class and parts of the Christmas : ''
41 Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I i
p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon. pastor. story were carried on in conversation -

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 PINE LEVELby I form. 'k4tT'
After the play the'children

I' II I ,I II' I I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTLATTER went to their rooms and exchanged ',N.
DAY SAINTServices gifts. Santa took each of them
Sunday Sermons: 11:08 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
each Sunday in old Ma- fruit bags consisting'of fruit and t *

.; Sunday School 9:45 A.M., Training Union 6:15 P.M. sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday candy. Most of the rooms had
W. C. Conner made a business
Sacrament Serv- their refreshments of cake
School 10 a.m., own
Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M. trip! to Gainesville and Jacksonville -
ice 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. last and cokes. b yr S
W. M. U. ..>
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS and Mrs. W. E. Hall were The W. M. U. met at the Brooker .. A. :
called to Cocoa last week becauseof .
Baptist Church Wednesday
an accident involving their lit-. + ( 11
afternoor. with Mrs. Wilson Green < i
Scsooi 10 a.m.
... Sunday tie granddaughter. She is also A x o rW i
who led in the devotional.
11 presiding E
r Morning Service a.m.
,THURSDAY NIGHT 7 O'CLOCK the granddaughter of Mr. and 4\
After the devotional they entered ) S
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. ..
.i : Mrs. Wm. Guy Hall, where she ,,' r w
into business session in which
A Prayer Meetings Wednesday
Spiritual Christmas Program by the Young People makes her home.
7:45 Saturday nigH they discussed giving Christmas
and Children of the Church. You will be blessed by this p.m. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and baskets to needy families. The f

Christ Centered Program! SEVENTH DAY Mrs. W. C. Conner visited Mrs. meeting was closed with prayer. The Gonzales Trio

ADVENTIST CHURCH Charity Glisson and Mrs. Turnerat :Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Hardee'of
Norma May and Tony Gonzales "
Services each Sabbath in old Lake Geneva one day last week.V. Jacksonville spent Sunday after- ,

Hope Baptist Church TheressaBy Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- E. Thornton made a business noon with the W. E. Bighams.M. I. Plus ,

bath School 2 pjn. Preachingeach trip to Jacksonville Saturday. A. Abrams of Gainesville .

and fourth Sabbaths Yvonne I and Mr. Stokesberry of Washington '.
Pastor Merle Packham second Conner was among the ,
Mostert 20 D. C. had lunch with Mr. and ,
3 p.m.' Elder pastor. guests celebrating the birthday
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. !of 'Douglas Conner, son of Mr. Mrs. W. E. Bigham Friday. z c.
SERMON: and Mrs. Those who we wish to thank for
Everyone welcome. Conner, in Starke 2PIANOS
last Saturday.I helping pack the fruit bags are: SOLOS
'God's Gift On The Tree'"Wishing Chairman Mrs. Bigham Mrs. J.
know the J. W. McRaes were
C. Harrell, Mrs. Russell Green, :
BAPTIST CHURCH happy last Sunday to have the
everyone' a Very Merry Christmas Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach- family all together-Earl of Jack- Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. Margaret G. s DUETSPastor
Mrs. Hewlett Ander-
I Ip.m. Coram,
ing 11 ajn Training Union 6:30 sonville, Edwin of Cecil Field and L
and a Happy New Year'1 I son, Mrs. G. E. Green. r
Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer Arley of Gainesville.We .
Margaret and Diane Colson .
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. wish .
everyone Merry -
I daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ressie
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Christmas
and a Happy .c -
Colson of Starke are spending a

l rti few days with their grandparents, Bob Gray

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson.Mr. -

and Mrs. R. F. Gano were Song Leader and Emcee
at Swan Lake visiting their son,

; O. R. Gano. Sunday.Mr. Plus .
r and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen
and children attended a small re-

i union in Wildwood at the homeof

Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn ,
over the weekend.Mr. .

and Mrs. Nolan Ward had p--4
r sapper with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle I _

Hazen Friday night. ,
' ;if THE BRIGHT SPIRIT 1el Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and chil-

dren and Mrs. Reed Lewis were
shopping in Starke Saturday.Mr. .

h / and Mrs. Charles Harvey of
Boston. Mass. are visiting Mr. and

Mrs. Albertus Miller.

Mrs. F. 1.[. Sullivan of Starke
IJ! JOY AND PROSPERITY THIS snent a few davs with her parents.Mr. .

and Mrs. G. W. Raborn.

1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas

DAY AND THROUGHOUT were visiting the Raymond Faulk-

'i : ners of Gainesville Saturday after- .
\ ,
Sister anti brother of Mrs.
Beulah HorrPlL \\. W Raborn an*

Mrs. Ceicel Moore both of

Jacksonville spent Wednesday with !
her.Mr. :.
and Mrs. Howard Wait and

.f 41 "m<:3' S"U-. 4 family had dinner Sunday night

-= 0 with Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisher Jt t The Andrews Quartette

: who are the new owners of the

1. : ) Faulkner farm.HEAR. ,.l with Eloise Williams at the PianoJo
: IAIl
\l.SUNs SERVICE /{ 1 Ann, Roberta, JVilbur and Glenn Andrews

,1 F R I END S D N t\G BETTEROR Plus .
it. j H .
PAY NOTHING! Songs by Hampton Gospelaires Quartet

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t J.. H. DuPRE W. S. GRAVES D. II. MAYS GRADY TYRE, II IIT lilt IUI IllUITEII Special Trombone Numbers by Frank Brown and Bill

7 r. Stanley e

Quartet from_ Sardis Baptist Church, Worthington



.: '" [" Your Servant ef the Century WEE CIEAI MODEUI Coffee and Cake at Fellowship Hour 12:15 P.M.

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Careful Sampling Necessary In GatheringS I :;;:) Argosy's Court Of Last Resort Il I complaint Attorney Law Exchange on Evan the Building T. Evans Flat atifra Jack-103 Complaint otherwise 11 day will of the January be allegations taken, 1954 as;confessed or said- graph.1953.Dated this 4 day of December

sonville, Florida
For Soil Test, Technologist Says and file by yo.. i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Q the original In the office of This notice shall be published Clerk of the Circuit: Court.
; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on one each week for four consecutive I By Marian 1*. Crosby: Deputy Clerk.
Adequate and careful sampling such as. old fence rows or where Jj: !: Begins Series On Noted Corbin Case or before the weeks In the Bradford County Tela- 11/11 4t 1/1

la necessary for maximum results I lime or manure has been piled. # ... .
and benefits from a soil test says I Its. best to take samples witha T3i---; ,. .. ..-'- - --- -.- -
,- '
Prichett soil tech tube,'but 'spade -::. ... '. -. -- '.
Dr, William L. soil auger or a \,. Additional supplies of the Jan-
nologist with the Florida Agricultural may be used if care is' exercisedto ..'. ',..,.f"': ;f. .. ;'../:..-;. urary issue of Argosy Magazine
:J.tJ\ > .... ....) .:
Experiment Stations. sample: to a uniform depth and were rushed to newsstands here
'There is no way for the laboratory to mix a similar quantity of soil i I'l-.:+ : ?".: -'.. : i;'x :. this week as Starkeites quickly I OPEN LATE

to know whether a sample from each location in the field. -.i" '; ., .'J f!{.... bought out the initial shipment
it representative for a field un Scrape away surface litter and 'If.I :< containing the first installment of
less it Includes samplings frommore I tske a uniform core of soil from Court of Last Resort's investigation

than one place in the fief!\.. the plow layer, which usually is w in the case of Marion Corbin.

Also, there should' be separate the upper six inches. (In permanent The Court of Last Resort is a

samples from areas that differ in I pastures or lawns only the non-profit organization dedicated XMAS EVE

appearance, slope, drainage soil t turner three inches should_be sam to "upgrading" the administrationof

type, or Jn.; past treatment," he t pled.) American justice. Cochairmenof

advises.In After taking 10 or 12 cores the group are mystery author
the laboratory, the technologist : from various parts of the field, Erie Stanley Gardner and Argosy
explains, soil samples are,
mix them in a clean bucket or publisher Harry Steeger Throughits
tested for pH, organic content,' container. Soil is best sampled investigations during the past PO; YOUR LAST MINUTE

calicum, magnesium phosphorus,: when.it Is fairly dry. After mix ,(;10', five years the Court has securedthe
and other properties, and the results -i ; release of several innocentmen
Ing in the bucket, air-dry the com >
of these tests and accumulated oosite by spreading on a clean j, from prison and, on the other
I research in- soil are the basis i I, sheet of paper in a protected place. i. r hand has helped send a numberof
for fertilizing i
f for recommendations .After the composite. is air-dry, '.:i Ir murderers to their deaths.
and managing the land from I thoroughly and then take out Corbin was convicted in 1951, -

which the samples are taken. a 'pint for testing. Label each together with Claude James Mc-

The Experiment Station here accepts s sample with a number and keep Cool, of first degree murder and
a limited number of sample I a record of the numbers and the rr = sentenced to life imprisonment for

for testing, and there are com; fields from which they were takf-n. ., '; q4 t t the murder of Claud Beaver in .
mercial laboratories in the stat :March of that Beaver was
to thee
When sending samples:
which also do this work. I laboratory. also send details of a. slt found dead on the back seat of BOTTOM DOLLARGIFTS

Dr 'Pritchett emphasizes thesE unusual t, an automobile belonging to Mc-
past cropping history, ?yVs '
steps and'details in taking soi I 1 r a m Cool. The burned
V car was parked
I conditions on the land, symptoms l" V /
samples: of nlant grown on it, the crop too .,.:, '.;,:.6ii. between the houses of McCool and
Obtain at least one sepaiati e i Corbin.In .
be grown, and other informationthe ,'VM -. \,.''.
composite sample for each five t< tj tjy .-" .'.<:-,' !i'f"..., its first article on the sensational '
10( acres or for areas of less thai \ laboratory may use in studying : .: JiJ. ;:,, -",'. i case Argosy states that ii

five acres if the soils vary widelyIn ', the samples a'nd.making. ....t:5.'-: ....... .',. _...."'f" "Following a thorough study of FOR THE' ENTIRE FAMilY !
sampling, avoid unusual spot recommendations. y. ,"y i ". -. ': the case by chief investigator Bob I' .

,n.V ,"' V --; Rhay the board of directors of
the Court of Last Resort feelsh
Corbin (foreground) and McOool (center) were photographed wit
that in
view of the circumstantial LOTS OF SELECTIONS -
Sheriff P. D. Reddish during their bensational trial for the murder c If> nature of the evidence offered

Claude Beaver here in 1931. against Corbin at the trial, there
are strong indications that an innocent \

Psycho Sees Ronald But Indicates man sits behind bars fora j .
IIITMAI1 murder-he did not commit."

v > In subsequent issues the magazine We Refund We
/ Another Visit May Be NecessaryA will tell how the investigationinto REMEMBER Exchange Satisfy

the Corbin case was conducted .
''IEETINCI court-appointed psychiatristlast I McCullagh, as yet, has made no' and what methods will be usedto

week examined 15-year-old official report on his findings and bring the results of the investigation -
I Ronald Hansen, who has been indicted indicated he may have to see before the proper of
for the first degree slaving" Hansen again. ficials. ; V.
of his mother, Mrs. Jessie Hansen. Judge Patten appointed the psychiatrist M .

Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Deputy and ordered the examination

Fate Brown took the Hansen at the request of Hansen's I Another Freeze' 1ti'8'1' V7d'7' f V yWyVJYd

youth to Jacksonville, where Dr, attorneys :who said that insanity ,

'. KOCH DRUG STORE William H. McCullagh, the psychiatrist might be one of the defenses offered 7

appointed by Circuit at the forthcoming trial. On
Reported Waycom
Judge G L. Patten, examined: him No date has been set for the
for about three hours. trial. I
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Another wave::, with ireeze-; :
Wait/ Minute! That Exterminator
ing temperatures, was forecastfor
Florida starting Thursday.The ,
EIRCjRjC1 SERVICE May Be Worse Pest Than The TermitesDon't i change in temperature was

; .hearlded here by a heavy down
hire anyone to do pest lookout for a man who has operated :pour Tuesday night that left water I

JirrHf control work without first check in the Wauchula Mt. Dora and I standing on the surface of an already -

t ing his identification card, the Plant City areas, who drives I well-soaked ground. BOTTOM DOLLArl

__ State Board of Health has warned around in a truck soliciting business l A brief respite from the cold

: RADIO property owners. and charges large fees for was enjoyed over the weekend,

The warning came from John A. ineffective work. One woman in as balmy temperatures prevailedafter

AND Mulrennan director of the Bureauof Mt. Dora paid him $600 he said, four freezing mornings last 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

Entomology, after receiving reports i for a job that involved about $5 week. -. --. '. .
L. ; #:
I .-. .. _. : .' :' _-.H,,..g .
.f'.t -
from several places of per 'worth of chemical.On The low to date was reached w- : '- L-# -n."" '; '''' $J "to ;: .r .

? ..;+ TELEVISIONSales sons being fleeced by unlincensed every"jobinvolving "wood last Friday morning when the ,. '.-
!Operators. infesting organism control," which mercury sank to 26 degrees. Sat- _- i?' .. -

Every qualified exterminator, includes termites, the home or urday morning was slightly warmI .- __. ---- ..- "- .- -- -- -- -.- -. -. --. -- -
store owner, said Mulrennan can 26.5 recorded. i
he explained, has an identificationcard I I er with a low
and Service also demand a contract with the Wednesday, Dec. 16, was 31, and
issued by the State Board of exterminator before the work is
.., ..... I I I Thursday 31.5. The cold broke
Health which bears his name, number done. It must set forth how much
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Sunday, however, and tempera-
name of the company for the job will cost, describe the insects I tures the first of the week eased

which he works and his picture. to be controlled, the plan for to the mild 70's and 80's. .
.. I Mulrennan said he is on the reinspection and other detaiils. knockedout
Last week's freezes

Sell It Rent k Trade It Rated Firms Show Bradford were fairly County heavily strawberrieswhich loaded

with bloom and some ripening
Slight IncreaseThe SERVICE MEN fruit. Growers feel, however, that

m A TELEGRAPIJr CLASSIFIED freezes now, halting berry pro-

business.emphasized growth of Bradford recently *, duction until late February or For Person Persons in
County was. to Engage
Low Rates _. Good Results Easy To Place when the physical count of namesof March ficial. will probably prove bene Any or

businesses listed in the November
SO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION ., -50c Reference Book of Dun
i EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c & Bradstreet 1953 was completed. The Marine .Recruiter Business Und'erA Fictitious Name Unless

DISCOUNT: OF IS PER CENT OX TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS: ... new count showed an increase of a To Be At Post Office

4 cent in the past seven .
years, according to Clyde L. Houk Every TuesdayMarine '
The Name Is
MEMORIANS, CARIXQF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS-20c PER LINE Dun & Bradstreet's manager at RegisteredRead
(COUNT WORDS TO EACH LINE) Jacksonville which covers this : recruiter, Staff Sergeant V

area.. y Harold B. Jensen, wijl.be at the .
that in 1946 post office building In starke .
data disclosed
1 FOR SALE-Maytag washer, good
I condition, reasonable. See at AU 1 1I there were 156 rated businesses J every Tuesday during January U'I,. .
bert Williams oft old Blanding ;from 10 ajn. to 4 p.m. to inter- ,
the towns comprising
A. J. THOMAS 1 1RE.L I Itd. Itchg ]listed in view applicants for the Marine >..
and the countof
BROKER Bradford County .
24 Ten.l.ESTATE Ave. TelepfcM 214Stnrke I FOR SALE-!90-acre farm with a I these. same towns, in the new Corps. .; This Florida Law ;
Florid future town. ,Partially two miles platted south of in Morris perma- book showed 163. The Reference Engineman 1st class Lonnie W. Young men in the Starke area a

has nent pasture, bearing pecan trees, Book lists commercial enterprises Page Jr., son of L. W. Page of desiring information about enlisting -
new three-bedroom house. If interested Lawtey, is now at the U. S. Naval- in the Marines, or who are
at 155,000, contact L. P. -manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers Island "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, t.
Station Treasure
FOR EACH OF YOUA Hartley Morristown, .1&, and other business, generally Receiving interested in learning of the many
2tp ill those buying regularly on San Francisco, California, advantages of a career in this engage... in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined

SINCERE WISH FOR AVERY 'OR SALE-Electric Sanitary com.\credit. It does not, however, in- awaiting further assignment to branch of the armed services, are without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

MERRY CHRISTMASand puling Electric scale Coca-Cola, 21 Ib.cold capacity drink, $box!5. i clude service and professional another station naval unit. The huge receiving invited to meet Sgt. Jensen during clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
real estate approximately those hours. Age requirementsfor
such as
|lT-tt-1-l.!S. Pinehurst Cabins, 3tp Phone 1/8 ,brokers establishments, barber and beauty shops, 7,500 men a month on men with no previous military is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

BABY PARAKEETS FOR ,stock brokers, etc. Thus figuresfor their way to and from naval ac- experience is 17-31 inclusive. I signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
)4 I
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUSNEW each or $49 do%. Nice for Christ i all businesses in Bradford tivities all over the world. Sgt. Jensen reminds all men thai'I all those interested in the 'business enterprise, the extent of the interest -
mas gifts. Mrs. T. F-. Brown near 'i iChrisilan i would be higher than the enlistments are still being accepted -
YEAR. Church. ilampton. Itp County ones quoted above. Pfc Maurice J. Dyal is now in the Everglade Platoon now of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

"ID'etttlscty Today and LOST Monday Ladles in vicinity gold wedding of Florida band The State of Florida as a whole serving in the 7th Army in being formed. This is a group of on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
Western Germany, units of which
Reap Security Tomorrow" Theatre and Ducky's. Return to had an increase of over 90 percent from of the all-Florida Marines who will be to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
I.Yadford: Co. Telegraph. a part strong :
Itp sent to Parris Island, S C. as a
S In 1946 there were 30,29Srated cordon of North Atlantic Treaty unit and remain together while their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
businesses and the new book
FOU RENT-Furnished cottage and WANTED work. 1st-Painting cUss work and, guaranteed.carpentry carries 57,622. Organization (NATO) defense receiving recruit training. Men ((4)) consecutive weeks in some_newspaper as defined by law in the county

apartments. Excellent close! in Vernot Chambers, pnone 294. ..1 forces stretching across Western enlisting in the_ Everglade___. Platoon_ is be made and said shall not be
location. Reasonable rent. 201 Available at anytime. 2tp 1/1 Europe.Pfc --- n. -- u ---- I where said registration to registration
Went Madison Starke. Fla. tf I w. c. T. a. will. not leave home until January' the clerk of the circuit court receiving proof of
LET ... u. eDOA. dR. Dyal entered the army last 20. 'j accepted by except upon

WANTED-Woman companion of the or widow couple of for M. CATTLE HANDLE AND YOrK HOGS "GLORY TO GOD IN THE January and completed bass: "Here is your chance to go to. such publication.
SALES HIGHEST AND ON EARTH training at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo.. "
Ubuden. Rent fru. 4 on boot camp'1th your buddy,
lUlford road. Mrs. Stella Uhoden. Live Oak Earh WedneidirGalnentitle arriving in Germany last June 19.
Each Friday PEACE, GOOD WILL TOWARD "gt. Jensen points out.
4tp 1/1 !1E.. ." He now serves with the 18th I If engaged in business under name
P.UHACUK3 MKSKUIKs: FOR SALE t. x 8" x U" Con. Engineer Combat Batallion and you are any
crete Block ISc each. Plenty of
Joe Hill \\IIUama, OwarrLmk his demolition and truck 22"
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad- job U PO .. care Postmaster, New

Camellia rare varieties.. Azaleas*Also Day Standard lilies. High and ford M. Engineering Company. Phone if WHERE TRAINING AND driver.In a. recent letter Pfc Dyal says: York N. Y. other than own and have not had this name

est quality reasonable prlc a. Open WHY PAY KENT-When you can EXPERIENCE COUNT "I receive the Telegraph each Cpl. Henry F. Sutton son of your ,
Saturday and Sunday except by own your home with a small ,!rs. Daisy Sutton of Lawtey, is
appointment. week by air mail and it sure is
down paid like payment rent. and W. the H. Nollman.Starke. balance, I I (f you need a truss or sorglca good to hear what the people in spending this Christmas north of

RADIOS REPAIREDAll Fla. tfchg support you cannot afford U my home county are doing. It the 38th parallel in Korea. Sta- properly advertised and registered we will be
Mate All 34odeteIteao tioned with the 45th Inf. Div. he ,
.BaMe eaarre guaranteed FOR RE.'iT--cabln. 2 rooms and ake a chance with your health arrives here on Monday, which ,
CI1AS. C. SHEPHERD bath. furnished, electric refrigerator 'V being improperly fitted. sure is gt>:.1 time, to be so far has been serving with the 700th
;4t W. fat tilt. etarke Pfc. tS and hot water gas cook stove;
gas or oil heat. Pinehurst Cabins Here at Can va Prescription from home." Ordnance Batallion. He enteredthe Information
FOR SALE-About 10 acres good Keystone Highway, phone 1T-R 1.1 Center, we have trained tecbolcUas Before entering the service Pfc Army in December 1952 and glad to give you'all necessary as to
farm 'and. 1H miles NW of U :tp 1 / completed basic training at Aberdeen
Brooker on Wortbll.cto'Springs., both male and female |Dyal lived at Brooker, where he
road. Around $l00 acre. RJ. FOR SALE-1 lot West side GrandSt. I farmed. His address is: Pfc Proving Ground Md.
Jones. Rt. I. Brooker. !tp 12/25 .. between 10th and llth. 50 x to serve you.Remember I
AT BOB'S SERVICE STATION at 100 ft. Some improvements. See you health and. Maurice J. Dyal. US531504H, Co. 50TTCK TO APPRARtn what should do
the State Farmers Market, besides Joe Lee at courthouse or write B, 18th Eng. (C) Bn. APO 46, (" ....It Co.rf. Bradford Gusty, you
gas oil and tires you can buy General Delivery. "omfort depend on expert pbrlda. I. n.H..nry ..-.,.
care Postmaster, New York, N. Y.
..ome nice Christmas Gifts, likeShell D. Rey. Plaintiff, vs. Jose-
Lamps. Jewelry. Dolls. Sox. ,FOR RENT 2 bedroom house on nhine Bey, I
Parakeets. Pecans. Oranges. TanKerines Walnut St.. furnished. See Geor fitting.CANOVA Pfc Marvin L. Cruce, son of Defendant.Case No. 10224Votlf
Florida Souvenirs, and ge at Coney Island, Apt. 2, 10th Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Cruce of T. A..eriTr ,
many other things. >: Josephine Bey whose residence -
ALL DRINKS ABE 5e Lawtey. is now stationed in and address Is: 4 Columbine
FREE GIFT with each gas fill UP. FOR SALE-4-burner standard due! PRESCRIPTION CENTEI Kaiserlauten, Germany and is lane Valley Stream. New Tork.Ton -
10 gals or over. Dec. 24 and !5 gas range $!i. Also apartment are herebj notified that a
unly. 2tp 122SRENT size gas refrigerator )20. Millard PHONE 4202 taking up radio and teletyping.He ...'. f,r
Judd. cor. Lafayette and Near would appreciate hearing from IVrnrce. custody and support of S
furnished Adams or phone 215-J. 3tp f/1 ( Hospital) minor children I
-Four room
:house. J01 S. Water St. Itch 'Gainesville Fla.A'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS. his friends at the following address b*" ti..n filed against yon In .h*H 1 1do 1
FOR S.\LE-Two acres or will sell I : Pfc Marvin Cruce. RA144- tSAr* named Court and can* tnd u -
house. In. In lot*. Mrs.' Dove Holder. Rt. 1. eon are required to ere a COT/ ot
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' "Christmas Carol." beneath his h1ankets. It was after m with his hands behind his back '1"" '$ :"' = ",.".,.. '':; ')_ ,. ,
._ lions read Charles Dickens' eleven o'clock but he was still 1 Y too. Suddenly he stopped and ".,"j.o.."....\1-..''.'.'4\,,'". ."'7,!.$ ;:,r:W' ',," ., ->: "

,: Millions of others will listen on the air to Lionel Barry- wide awake. He could see snowflakes ;: seized Santa by the sleeve."I ." ";\.-a'I",. ':. .,: !> ,. ,..: ..' '".-''".=v :

miserly Scrooge both dancing around the street can help Santa!" he "!
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light in front of his home. cried. I've got an idea.." : ......
villain and hero of the tale.It From the quiet of the house, Jim 'a. Santa Claus' face brightened. toi \

is weD to read the immortal little story about guessed that the rest of his family \.n "What is it, Jim?" he asked. I:I....... ....' f

whose sharp was deep in slumber. But Jim's "You wait here just a minute," .sr't< ,_ ...{'idrz
penny-pinching Scrooge 1
mean grasping ai
mind was so full of happy Jim told him. "I'll be right back:'
:r mind is continually dreaming dreamsand seeing vi- thoughts that he couldn't 'get to j He ran from the living room into

sions. To him appears the ghost of his former partner, sleep.. ,, his father's study. When he came ,
\ Jim was not the only child who back he had a big, fat book under 'f
Jacob- Marley. In life Jacob Marley had been as hard lay aWake. Dozens of his friends I his arm. "" ./J

as nails and as stingy and paltry as old Scrooge himself. lay awake that .night, in other ; v A z faf "Take this, Santa," he said, .. :\' ';< !." .. ; -I\"'
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ands of boys and girls in other I "It's the city directory: It has the '_ '. ; (; I{ .

does( his utmost to save parsimonious Scrooge from the towns lay awake too. For children 1 ; name,of every boy and girl in town """,-,,',.., ........ ,i.-'.o<<."_'"-'..:-..:.:0. ..; Z is .".. .: tA
disaster whidi had inevitably overtaken him. As the were wondering what good old !!!!rried in It..' \:.w .__l<">....___......so'.. ..K .,..;.(.r.ll1-h.:_ ... ... ,a
Santa Claus wa. going to bring "That's fine, but how will I
ghost wrings his hands and deplores the shortcomings them santa r ASked Jim.. "Is it and forth, and Jim began walking knoll who was good and who was I This is a most practical Christmas decClration. Be'ause every bit of
it-with the one exception of poor Santa's t.eld-can be eaten. And
and omissions of the life he had lived on earth, Scrooge While Jim lay staring at the because something bad happened beside him. Once Santa stopped bad 1" protested Santa Claus. .each piece is delicious 1
with snowflakes he heard the lock 1" beside the sofa and began to "You won't have to know," Jim Turn the backs of Milky Way bars-then letter them with icing.
manages to inject these words, falteringly and strike .downstairs. Jim counted "Something bad!" exclaimed empty his pockets. He was hop- explained. "Just leave presents This is easy to do, even for the most amateur confectioner. Use the

.avciing.voice: "But you were always a good man the strikes, one, two, three, four, Santa. "r should say something ing that the list had somehow for all ,the boys and girls in town. etched recipe that on each follows bar with One letter the aid of of MERRY a pastry bag.CHRISTMAS The result is a gay1ooking is

of busineSs Jacob'" five, six Eleven, eight, nine, ten, bad has happened!. It's the worst blown into there. He found a red Those who have been good will be .good-tasting decoration that's bound to be the delight of Christ..
eleven. twdve. It was midnight. thing that could happen to me. handkerchief with green stars in rewarded. Those who haven'tbeen mas parties.. And, how easily this idea can be adapted to other holidays
The rejoinder from the ghost of Jacob Marlcy' Suddenly another sound came to r have lost my list!" the comers, a tiny sleigh bell that .good will do better next of the year. -

supplies"an effective connncntary on the great avocxtian his ears. There were footsteps. "What list have you lost 1 "ill- had come off, the harness of his year: Regal Icing '
down in the living room. It qui red Jim. reindeer, a'handful of snow (which 'That's a wonderful idea!" ex- 1 cup confectioners' sugar 1,3 cup boiling water
before us ,at Christmastide: ffluldn't be his mother or father he put carefully back into his claimed Santa Claus. "A perfectly J,4 teaspoon cream of tartar 1 egg white \. ..
cried the his hands "My list of the good boys and pocket, so it wouldn't get the sofa wonderful idea! You're a smart Put all ingredients in a large bowL Beat with rotary beater or electric
"Business ghost wringing because he would have heard them
girls in this town," explained San- beater at high speed until frosting is thick enough to stand in peak&
again. Mankind was my business. The common we1-! P'O down the stairs. Who could it ta Claus. "You see, I have my wet), his pipe and tobacco pouch, boy, Jim. I don't know what I This win take 15 minutes or more. but it does the frosting no harm to
be? lists hanging on the sleigh, and as three tops and two whistles. But would have done without you. interrupt the beating from time to time. .
fare was my bust ess; charity, mercy, forbearance, no list. Now you better run along to bed
Jim "At un in bPd. It must be I come to each town 1 grab the
benevolence, were an my business. The dealing of m Y Santa Claus! Would SantA be angry list for that place. Then I look at While Santa Claus was going while I pick out some presents for
if he went down and peeked! through his pockets, Jim went you"
the first name and put the lisf!!
trade were but a drop of water in the comprehensive It dMn't take Jim lone to decide into my pocket. When I came to through the pockets of his own And, whistling gaily, Santa

ocean of my business that Santa Claus would be glad to .Jacksonville I had just read your bathrobe. But the list was not Claus skipped over to his pack ,
there either. and went to work.
see him. Santa Claus loved boys
And so it was! name from the head of the list
and girls when 11 gust of wind came along
And so it may be I .1r. Jim th-w back the covers and and tore the paper from my hand. .

a 9 MaK lumped into his slippers. Hn pulled Now I don't know what rm going t

on his bathrobe. In lesv than a to do""Can't ; i, ,.cyj .
minute he was tiptoeing down the I.
you remember the names ;
tairs. At the living room door s rI As
of the !girls and boys who were .! RINGING
he peeked in. 101J. the L
good" asked Jim. : .'- .
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a ee es o ', Claus. He was short and chubby. many good children here that Ican't \ greetIngs ears ron by, we rear. .

with a round, red face. He had remember all of them"'That's [ize more and more
taken off his can and set it on the
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pretty ,
\QHISTMAS /' mantelpiece. His whiskers and Santa 1""Pretty for 0 most at it means to have
coat glistened with snow thatdidn't '
bad? It's terrible! Just S j r' he friendship of folks f
seem to melt. He looked ex- 1 .
actlv like all the pictures that Jim think of all the boys and girls who pleasant and 1 ike yOu, That's why '
have washed their hand and faces
had seen, except for one thing. I. .
Santa had a worried look. He waS before breakfast, lunch and din- It IS a pleasure I towish

walking back and forth. Sometimes ner without being told to, almost a ho PPYa Christmas ;
he would hold his hands be- every day for a whole year. Think --' l you and yours. a
his sometimes he of all the children who have minded +
hind back, and Merry Christmas.]
would tug at his whiskers. their mothers arid fathers and :
teachers. and who have come when
Jim wondered what was the
., they were called and who haven -
matt .wlU\ Saataso M c1'eelded to
told fibs. and who have been polite
accept bestSEASON'S' ask -him. Jim went into the living ,
room and spoke to Santa. Santa: and helpful for, a whole year! : J. R. Kelly
They're all counting on me to fill t
WiSHES WlIS surprised to see him and ask- .
their stockings and leave presents
Tax Collector Bradford County
ed him what he was doing out of
for them. And now I've'gone and
bed. Jim told Santa that he heard .
lost my list!" Foreman & Colson Sunoco Service
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would go down and say 'hello..

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Don't Let Accident Children's Christmas Refreshment I. Circuit Court Bradford Commtr, _
Florida In Cllaa erJ.
Mar Holidays Charles W. Wright. Plaintiff, vs. V
I "' Lucille Wright Defendant.
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Home Agent Advises"An ::..' Order Of Publication Case And No.Notice-%
Greetings Appear; State Of Florida Tot
Lucille Wright; whose
incendiary bomb will be I and address is: 2617 La Mirada Avenue.
TO EACH OF YOU concealed in many American Hollywood. California.You : !'
are required to appear
"."tI homes this Christmas" Miss Dor- January 4, 1954 In the
othy Ross, Home Demonstration named Court and cause
plaintiff seeks divorce.
Agent said yesterday."The County Telegraph shall publish C
lethal elements of that Order in next four weekly Issues.

The Guidon Grill bomb will be a tinder-dry Christ seal Witness at Starke my, Florida hand and this December

and 2, Garage
mas tree, paper wrapping U5J.OFFICIAL
combustible decorations and an ( SEAL) Charles A.
As Clerk of said
2 electrical spark." By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
'h "In addition to the fire hazard," Charles It. Hess 204 Guaranty
Bldg., Jacksonville Florida.
Miss Ross said '"guard against Attys. for Plr._ 12/4 4t %/

falls from littered floors and accidents -
w P 'R qa IB The Court Of Th* County Judgr.IB
: due to unsafe toys. The .vyy.p.>pa + And For Bradford .
Safety Council reports Florida IB Probate
IN RE: Estate of DANIEL ER
t that falls cause about half of all EST KNIGHT also known as
.fl7 home accident fatalities. E. KNIGHT, Deceased.NOTICE .
Indoor trees should be placed ,in :t persons having claims or demands
a stand containing water and the against the estate of
Ernest Knight, also known as D.
water level maintained while the Y.y '
Knight, deceased are hereby notified
t tree is up. This will help,. to keepit and required to file their
in the office of the County Judge
t fresh. A dry Christmas tree At Christmas time the latchstring is out for friends and family and Bradford County Florida in

can burst into flame in a matterof in particular the holiday season is a gala one for the younger generationComings 4 County Florida, Court within House eight at '

vefwziJ' seconds. Dispose of tree as and goings to exclaim over Christmas trees and gifts provide months from the date of the R ETI N C
soon as needles start to drop. many occasions for little parties and impromptu refreshments. And no publication of this Notice, or ,
Miss Ross also suggests that trouble at all for the youngsters to take care of their own entertaining same will become void according

as important if gay paper plates and cups are us@d law.This
fresh greens are just December S, 195S.
Best of all to serve at these informal gatherings is a delicious drink. N. L. KNIGHT,
t as a fresh tree in reducing fire Cookies, candies and nuts may be passed, but a beverage is sufficient as Executrix of the Last
1 hazard. People who would never featured refreshment. Pale dry ginger ale, well chilled, is excellent fox Will and Testament of D.
place a candle on a tree will use children's parties. It gives sparkle and tang to fruit juices and combines Knight, deceased.
with liquid and powdered flavors to make fine 12/11 4t /
highly flammable greens, thirst-quenchers.
C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO.CHARLEY decorations near lighted Here are two drinks the younger set will like. NOTICE TO APPEAR
paper IB Circuit Court Bradford ..'
Party Special
candles on the table, mantle or in'a Florida la Chancery.
f1 cup apple juice 2 tablespoons heavy cream Leonora A. Gilbert Plaintiff,
window. Keep greens away
cup chocolate syrup Pale dry ginger ale Lawrence Bob Gilbert. Defendant.
I from sources of flame or heat and Combine apple juice, chocolate syrup and heavy cream; mix well Case No. -% .

I dispose of them as soon as they Divide among 4 tall glasses. Fill glasses with ice cold pale dry ginger Notice To: Lawrence To Appear Bob Gilbert,

show signs of .drying out. ale. Stir gently to !mix residence and address Is: 241
Concerning gift wrappings, it's Sparkling Cocoa Flip Chester Street Long Beach, MORGAN
v to U cup instant cocoa 1 teaspoon sugar York.
fire prevention sense
Just plain U You are hereby notified that I
cup light cream Sparkling water .
have cartons handy for gift wrappings suit for Instruction
Blend cocoa, cream and sugar. Pour equal amount into each of 4 tall Divorce, custody and support 11&p
of the discarded
and to dispose glasses. Fill glasses with ice cold sparkling water; stir gently. Serve as minor child

'paper as soon as gift ice.cream. sodas, using chocolate, vanilla and coffee ice cream.Bright nas been filed against you in
named Court and
wraping is over. If there is a cause
you are required to serve a copy
smoker In the house, have ash your answer or pleading to
for him too. complaint on the
trays handy Christmas InformalityThere Attorney Evan T. Evans!
For a few minutes at least you Law Exchange Building,
can expect to have toys all over sonville, Florida
ana file the original In the office
the floor on Christmas day. But the Clerk of the Circuit Court SAND_CUSTOMERS
as soon as ,the ,first flush of excitement ;,r before the .
11 day of January 1954:
is over, toys should be otherwise the allegations of
nlaced out of traffic ways unless 1 f \ Complaint will J e taken as
'd by you.
they are actually in use. This This notice shall be
will help prevent falls. once each week for four

E. JOHNS & SON, Agency It may be well for, parents to t7 :: r.. VV I weeks graph. in the Bradford County ar

X Dated this 4 day of .
keep a wary eye out for toys that L 1953.
may be beyond a child's age levelor (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. s ; ,

.. not safe for him to play with. Clerk of the Circuit
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
V. 4. ."" c'f Toddlers, for instance, who: are at 12/11 4t 16p'

." the hand-to-mouth stage, should 4 ..
have toys too large to swallow. Circuit Court. Bradford ..

Check all parts, too, to see if they Florida In Chancery. is 4s ,
Ellis Borden Plalntltf."s..
could be pulled or knocked off. Borden, Defendant. Case No. -% ;
Dart games, bows and arrows :louse To Appears
To: Gloria Borden whose
and other such target games dence and address is: 19
% should be used only under adult Street, Lake Placid, New York.

1 4Lcfl. supervision until you are confident suIt You for are hereby notified' that wish Jr.

ti they will be used safely. Divorce, custody, control Season $ '
support of minor childrenhas thot's
Ljq been filed against you In p
YOU'LL LOVE me'De\\ Ester! above named Court and cause .
you are required to serve a copy
brook pune-slze, fountain. pens in : is no time of year when informal visits are as prevalent as J your answer or pleading to the ..
.....r pastel shades. 00],'$%.37 at Brad: during the holida)' '. Such impromptu visits call for snacks well and plaint on the Plaintiff
; tastily prepared with little effort. Hence, stainless steel tableware is T. Frank Landrum Starke
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPIlI and file the original In the office
WREET1NC5.w becoming more and more popular for such occasions. It looks lovely the Clerk of'the Circuit Court on
because of its gleaming luster that requires no polishing. The use of' before the 11 day of January ; I.
r stainless steel has increased since the master craftsmen have lent their) otherwise the allegations of
artistic talents to its design as shown by Oneida's William A. Rogers'' Complaint will be taken as

_. Northland Pattern, extremely modern in its simplicity and deftly ed This by you notice shall be
touched with graceful scrollwork where the base meets the handle. It once each week for four
1 1S 1Z is favored by many for use at bright informal family meals.A weeks in the Bradford County
1 hint to the giftgiver is in order, for a truly nice set of eight knives graph.
forks and Dated this 9 day of
spoons comes to $30.00. 1953.

:11r (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles: A. ,
Clerk of the Circuit

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We wish especially at this time to extend a cordial welcome

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,, CHRISTMAS e '" Keystone Heights, Fla.
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Starry-eyed over thoughts of Christmas, little girls and boy,
too will be asking to help make some of the decorations. Why not
give them the pleasure of a special project of their own? Whether it I these courtesies. e. 'M4+r,,,,
be used as a table centerpiece or just a toy, almost any child will enjoy o*
f. making soapflake snowballs in three sizes, as holders for Christmas 1.

candles. .
F Shape to 3, 3\,2, and 4 inches in diameter using about three boxesof BEST WISHES
/ Lux Flakes Quite inexpensive when you consider that all of the _
be re-used later. The graduated sizes are most effective and, "
Sales and Service soap can :
Libby for perfect sculpturing, mother may want to lend a hand, particularlywhen TO ONE ,AND ALL. 'i
',-" the job is far enough along to set in red spiral candles. This _
should be done while the soap is still soft. A slightly flat base will keep You will have a
the snowballs from toppling, and they may be set on cardboard cut to %

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l Beating the soapflakes with water is where a youngster might needhelp. '
The consistency must be quite firm, with about 2 cups of waterto MERRY (;HBISTIASI

each 12 oz. box of Lux. Use a large mixing bowl and rotary beater, 1
adding the soapflakes gradually
When the candles are lighted, the red wax dripping over the white 'Won't you ?
snowballs creates a colorful effect. And don't be concerned about fire R. H. Green Jr.
hazard, for the wax is quite cold and hard by the time it reaches the ,
Christmas preens around the base. Just be sure the snowballs are not Dixie Motor Court and Restaurant
Then be safe other candle holders. .
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J IB Circuit Court, Bradford County j I II
Florida In Chancery
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/ Joseph Danyluk Plaintiff vs. Ethel
Danyluk, Defendant. t .
Case No. 10-234
rA Order Of Publication And Notice To ..
f Appear State of Florida Toi
Ethel Danyluk, whose residenceand
I address is: 387 Kosculsko St., :
], trvrt Brooklyn New York. : i

You are required to appear 01 if
January 11, 1954, in the above nam. I rnerrg.
ed Court and cause, wherein plain- .* ; .
tiff seeks divorce, custody and sup- : -' .
port of minor "child.
Bradford County Telegraph shall .%
publish this Order in next four T

weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official seal

at Starke. Florida, this Dec..9, 1953.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
t Clerk of Said Court. I have
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk of Coke
Zach H. Douglas 50S Lynch Build- plenty
Jacksonville, Fla. ;

Attys. for Plf.- 12/11 4t 1/1 .

ha Circuit Cenrt. Bradford County '
Flerldal la Cfc..eerr. ; .
K. G. DUNCAN Agent E. T. Hayes. Plaintiff, vs. Carrie J. .
Hayes, Defendant. _- .
Case No.. 10-208 ..

Standard Oil i Company fotlce To: Carrie T* Appear.J. Hayes, whose residence 'I' '--l-: .' -. .. .-. J ..... ._ .... ... ...-,,;ioo.
and address is: Wanchesi. :
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You are hereby notified that a ... .
suit for: .
Divorcehas : -
been filed against you In the .,. --:- ., # I
above named Court and cause and ..' .. :..." \ ,. .
you are required to serve a copy ol 'p '
your answer or pleading to the com- J. : ,' '",
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney :t. ; .
J. Donald Gibson, iZS E, For- '. "I't i c' I ... ."
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syth Street, .. '
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and file the original In the office 01 .'- \, ,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on s. .,.. Al
before the 4 -
or dayt January -
1954; otherwise the allegations of.. '
i said Complaint will be taken
as confessed f \
by you. 'I' I,. ...
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publishedonce .. L>
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each week for four consecutive :.'.\:. .. ,
weeks in the Bradford County Tele .J. : "
graph. rI
Dated this 27 day of November. .
1953. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj
,Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

With Every Good' Wish that the 12/1, It 12/25 ( : 1


Spirit.of Christ Will Abide in In Florida Circuit In Court.Chancery.Bradford Count

Barton,L, Cartwright Plaintiff, vs 1
Pearl W.. Cartwright, Defendant. ,:
Your Hearts and Homes Notice To Appear.To Case No. 10-2U

:. Pearl W. Cartwright. whost J
residence and address is: Naaman
\ During the ChristmasSeason Road Delaware.You, R.F.D.. No. 3. "Wilmington

are hereby notified forDivorce

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above named Court and cause ant
you are required to serve a copy 01
your answer or pleading to th \ '
complaint. on William the D.Plaintiff'Attorney Morgan 4> : (a C) 1 '

507 Clark Building Jacksonville -
The Slade Gas Co. Florida
tnd file the original in the office 0' -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court 0'3r

before the
4 day of January, 1954;
Tom and Flo therwise the allegations of Bali CEy3 Y"" 1Li4r ,
Complaint will be taV-n as conies
ed by you. ,
This notice shall oe publish- I
Bess once each week for fnur cpnsecum m ,
weeks In.the .Bradford County Tel* t
J';' Dated this 3 day of December '
Mary 1953. '. el 'ay
: j.OFFICIAL SEAL)Charles A. Darb:
.i if Clerk of the Circuit Couri I -.--
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By Marisa L. Ciosby. Deputy Clerl I
Oscar ; 12/4 4t 12/2: .e

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I ( It Came Upon the Midnight Clear Please,for cccept the- Hoildoy our best Season wishes_

/ A little-known clergyman write a well-known Christmas
9fflft4/flJ///f of the hymn EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKETcflin4eh

, \denomination Edmund Hamilton Sears. Outside the Unitarian vinity School, Sears could have chosen a metro p ol ,
of which he
was a pastor that
name itan pulpit Instead he took a small church at Way-
f Qdst-.S asoL Is outside little their known.immediate Sandlsfield vicinities, Wayland and Weston; land where he had time to writ poems, books and .
people know articles for "The Monthly Religious Magazine"
that these are the names of towns. But they represent which he was associate editor.
; CHAS. C. SHEPHERD respectively the birthplace, parish and passing But of his five books, hundreds of articles, poems
of a modest minister who the
. gave world a hymn and hymns, the learned preacher of the small church
that is sung every Christmas in cities big and small is remembered today for two Christmas
RADIO T.V. SEAT COVERS around the globe. was only 24 when he wrote "Calm on the songs.Listening Sears
i Stretching along the Hooslc. River In Western Ears of Night" which is still found in many hymnals. 0L1
Massachusetts is a small range of mountains known He was hitting his stride at 36 when he
as the "Berkshire Hills On the lower
Jr edge of these with his masterpiece. But Sears held it for three
:.f ."....,. hills in .Berkshire County lies the little town of years. Then in 1849 Dr. Sears sent It Came Upon
Sandisfield. Across Massachusetts
not far from the
<1 Midnight Clear" to Boston's
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: "' Boston, is the village of Weston with its population ister" but the editor held it still another
of 653.() Seven miles away is Wayland with its 1,000 just before Christmas in 1850, there appeared year. Then in /, /S Ss7

!' Inhabitants. print for the first time a Christmas hymn that Is
Edmund Hamilton Sears was born at Sandisfield sung around the world but
was written by modest
ftt In 1810 and.grew up to love its hills and outdoor preacher whose world was three small towns a in-\ ,J
life. With a doctor's degree from Harvard's Dl. Massachusetts. / kigrnasgsjfpFk

.a e It come upon the midnight clear, And ye, beneath life's/ crushing load,
t t That glorious song of old Whose forms are bending low,. .
From ongels bending near the earth Who toil along! the climbing way r fG7tEE
To touch their harps of gold; With painful steps and slow,
"Peace on the earth, good-will to men, Look now! for glad and golden hours c c
From heaven's oil-gracious King;" Come swiftly the '
on wing; *-
The world In solemn stillness lay 0 rest beside the !
weary road, SEASON'S GREETINGS ;
To hear. the angels sing. And hear the angels sing. } : 4TUt4J .c\\

Still thro' the cloven skies ,
come, For to, the days are hastening on,

,tHE SWELL PATRONAGE LAST'- YEAR. And With still peaceful their heav'nly wings music unfurled floats, When By prophet with the bards ever-circling foretold years, \.\ \.,BEST HEUClALL- E Wish we could deliver them

O'er oil the weary world; Comes round the age of gold; oU to.YOU in person ,
Above its sad and lowly plains When peace shall over all the earth
LEILA'S DRESS ,& GIFT SHOP They bend on hovering wing; Its ancient splendors fling; TheFarmer's
Aid ever o'er its Babel sounds And the whole world back I
give the
I song .
"he blessed GENE LONG _
sing. Which now the angels sing. Supply '1

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evidenced by this lovely cocktail
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.California.designer, Luranit Stephanie, a soft Koret rayon of STARK' MOTOR COURT ( 1S1'T'/

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Florida !. Cha.eery.Tressle .
May Jonnard, Plaintiff vs.
I George It. Jonnard, Defendant. a', t
aa{ Case No. 10220Ktlce I j
To Appear.To ,.
: George R. Jonnard, whose
residence and address is: Unknown. .
1s Your are hereby notified that a "tn M. 7 1
suit for Annulment and restoration F 1
t: t
of former name
has been filed against you In the "--
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading It the complaint -I Ai'a >
i on the Plaintiff Attorney '
Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Ex. .
change Building Jacksonville. r.V
1 1I 1t Florida. /I
% % and file the original in the office of '
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on NE of the real joys of \
or before the 4 day of January,
1954: otherwise the allegations of \
said Complaint will be taken as con
fessed by you. Christmas is the opportunity to -t9
This notice shall be publishedonce I
each week for foul ronsecutlVtwuek. t.

I t t graph.. in the Bradford County Tele put aside the routine I T Q TI4E once more to tell these swell

Dated this 3 day of December, I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby business .
of '
day /
Clerk of the Circuit Court. every
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I
12/4 4t 12/25 folks, our customers, how much their patronage
v end with genuine
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Florida la Ckaa_ry.
(Henry D. Fey, Plaintiff vs. Jose- smterity, wish our customers has meant to in the how their friendliness
phine Bey, Defendant. ., : us past,
Case :No. 10-224 .
%.tiee To Appear! .
To: Josephine Bey. whose residence
and address is: 4 Columbia '
\ Lane Valley Strram. New York. to us has made serving them worthwhile, anc1!
You are hereby notified that a
nit for
Divorce, custody and support of
mlior children.
has been filed against yon In *he .
above named Court and cause and how we wish them the Biggest, Happiest, and
I you are required to serve a coi/ oft
t your answer or pleading tr the
complaint on the PlaiUiffs .r"
Attorney Evan T. Evaij. 10J .
Law Exchange Building Jack I
son ville. Florida Merriest CHRISTMAS ever
and file the original In the office of I
the Clerk of the Circuit.Court ODor
before the
11 day of January 1954 I. ,

B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. Complaint ed otherwise This by yom.notice will the be shall allegations taken be .published confess or said,.. Starke Builders Supply Temple Motel ,

once each week for four to&aecull** FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
Starke, Florida Dated. this 4 day of December.mi. Member Florida National Group .

OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Starke Builders Supply Will Be Closed Dee. 25, 26
Clerk of Ue Circuit,Conrt Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
By Marian I*. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
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: la Ctratt Court Braafera1 C*.atyFUrldai Virginia.. Attorney H. V. Knight Starke, Cookie Christmas Cards |1 I. Circuit Court BraUord County I
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la Ckuctrr. Florida Ckafteerr.
Joseph L Trlplett. Jr., Plaintiff. Ti. You are hereby notified that a and file the erlglnal In the officeof Made With ,Richard Jones. Jr.. Plaintiff vs.
Virginia W Trlplett. Defendant. alt for Divorce the Clerk of the Circuit Court Cookie Mix Louvenia Griffin Jones Defendant.

CM No. 10-Z35 has been filed against you in the en or before the Case No. 18-237 A14 .
11 of 1954 Order Of Pabliratloa aid Notice Tt
Ktlee T. Appear.To above named Court and cause and day January ;
otherwise the allegations of said Appears State of FloridaTo
: Virginia W. Trlplett whose you are required to serve a cop o< Complaint will be taken aa con r. : Louvenia Griffin Jones whose
l residence-and address is: CtS Soul):hjrour answer or'pleading to the fessed by you. u c k tdA residence and address is: Unknown: ,ay the blessings of the Seasonbe
This notice shall be published You are required to appear on
one each week f>>r four consecutive January 11, Uit, in the above nam-
: weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ed Court and cause, wherein plain- with -=- and bring
graph. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County you you
Dated this 9 day of December, Telegraph shall publish this Or- ,
mi. der in next four weekly issues. .
1I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Witness my hand and official sea) deep and abiding happiness
Clerk of the Circuit Court. at Starke Florida, this December
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 10, 1953.

12/11 4t ill ,. td (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby DOYLE THE CLEANER
Aa Clerk of said Court
,,- Cy Marian L. Crosby' Deputy Clerk

",-' NOTICE TO APPEAR : Zach H. Douglas. 605 Lynch Building
Jacksonville. Florida.
I. Circuit Coart. Bradford Camaty
rUrldai !. Ckaaeerv. : Attys. for PIt. 12/11 4t 1/1
Chester Lte Mitchell Plaintiff va.
Luvern Mitchell Defendant.
Case No. 10-229 $ fa The Circuit Court Of Bradford
Nolle To Appears w = ('0.1', Florida, In Chancery

'S To: I.uvernMitchell., 'whose residence zI : Herbert Lee McCoslm. Plaintiff vs. IRISTMASREETING
and address Is: 726 North 17th ( ',;". Marcia Janice McCoslin Defendant.
Street, Philadelphia 30, Pennsylvania. C'" .. to .."r"k Case No. 10-252
.Jl .1 "9 ,. ,:: Order
: Of P.laUcoatio..d Notice
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You are hereby notified that v f To Apear State of Florida Tot
suit for ", ...IIr'A'- Marcia Janice McCoslin, whose
i Divorce :.. ..t'o. 4 ,', "J.!, residence and address is: 1239-A 3/106

sI has been tiled against you In the (. .v.'..: > 'v. v..... ., Carolina Street, San Francisco, California .
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,and ; $ .
above named Court and cause \
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f complaint on the Plaintiffs ...__ __......1,; .__ ....W" ,;. < 4< Y" ed Court"and cause, wherein plain-
Attorney Evan T. Eva 8103 tiff seeks divorce, support and t.t: s
and time for as Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville A new plan for hospitality this Christmas is to string Cookie maintenance of minor children. : oi (LOOA uruJLata

f Florida Christmas Cards from ribbon or tinsel with names on them of guests Bradford County Telegraph shall
tht'ottlce of .
and file the original In publish this Order in next four -'
to expreu our greetings the Clerk of the Circuit Court on you expect to visit you during the holidays. Better have a few that just weekly issues.

or before the say "Merry Christmas" to provide for cousins, aunts and out-of-town Witness my hand and official
of, the Season andt*. 11 day of January 1954; visitors other people will bring to see you at this happy season. Give seal at Starke. Florida, this December -

othn Uo the allegations! of said each visitor Cookie Christmas Card for something new in souvenirsof 17. 1953. .
a e
to once more soy '?honk You" Complaint will be taken. as confessed Christmas at house. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs .
by"you. I your Clerk of said Court e
t This notice shall be published Easy as can be to make these neat little cookies are mixed in two By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. w
once e..cn week for four consecutive Marti J, Pearl. S07 Consolidated
minutes with a package of basic cookie mix from your grocery store.
Bradford County
weeks the
graphDated Basic cookie mix makes all kinds of cookies in a fraction of the timeit Building. for, Plf.Jacksonville 2. Florida.Attys. .
12/18 4t 1/18
this 5 day of December, used to take, including the famous Chocolate Crunch Cookies in the ..

1953. To make Chocolate Crunch Cookies with this quality mix
i photograph. NOTICE TO APPEARla ,
"(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby of semi-sweet chocolate morsels.
Clerk of the Circuit Court just add water a package Circuit Court. Bradford County,
: Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Florida; In Chancery.
PREVATTS GARAGE 12/11 4t 1/1 Cookie Christmas Cards Zbislaw M. Roehr. Plaintiff, vs. ROBERTS JEWELRY"Your
j Wanda L. Roehr, Defendant.
114-ounce package cookie mix Ornamental frosting t Case No. 10-253

Food coloring x Notice To Appear

I. Clrralt NOTICE Coart.TO Bradford APPEAR C..nty, Prepare rolled cookies according to directions on package. Roll on a To: Wanda L. Roehr, whose residence Friendly Jeweler"
and address Is Thomaston,
into -inch with
Cut 2
Florida i IB Chancery. lightly floured boardinch squares a Connecticut.You .
... .'. ... .. W. Brinton LeCompte, Plaintiff, vs. knife,or for picot edge with a pastry wheeL With a small piece of match are hereby notified that a

---. . Nell E1. ,LeCompte, Defendant. stick or toothpick make a hole in top of each cookie; leave toothpick in suit for div'ce

..- Case No. 10-219 during baking. Bake according to directions on package; remove toothpick has been filed against you In the

'<..,:.",.- Netle To Appear.To and cool Color frosting red or green; force through small openingof above named Court and cause' and
-.t,;. Nell B. LeCompte whose resIdence -
: : of
you are required to serve a copy
and address is: 2802 N. Harrison pastry tube to write appropriate greeting on "Christmas card. Tie your answer or pleading to the com-
Street. Wilmington. Delaware. to festoons of tinsel or Christmas tree through hole in cookie with narrow plaint on the Plaintiff' AttorneyT. .. .

.. ... You are hereby, notified that a ribbon. Frank Landrum, Starke.
suit for
Divorce and ratification of YIELD: 4 dozen. and file the original in the officeof

separation agreementhas the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
: Kf : been filed against yon in the, or before the 18 day of January
: above named Court and cause and!I 1954; otherwise the allegations of
.- you are required to serve a copy of said Complaint will be taken as con-
Jour answer or pleading to the complaint fessed by you.
I on the Plaintiffs? Attorney Attune With The Season Dated this 17 day of December, EASON'SCREETINCS
William D. Morgan. 507 Clark I 1953. '

Bldg., Jacksonville Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
tnd file the original In the office Clerk of the Circuit Court PT
of the Clerk of tbe Circuit Court on By Marian L. Crosby Depute Clerk.
Giriste or before the 4 day of January, 1/18U 1/3
1954; otherwise the allegations of -
said Complaint will be taken as confessed r : rit i
by' you. S+ (19.13 Probate Act. Seen. 119. 120)
This notice shall be published sr In the Court of the County Judge,
( once each week for four consecutive 4' .; e, Bradford County, Florida,
weeks in the.Bradford County Tele-- e
In Probate.
lea The
graph. In re: Estate of Alfonso William approach of another season
Dated this 1 day of December, z.irw Redgrave. Deceased.To .

195J. All Creditor and Persons Having
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Claim or Demand Against brings with,it our heartiest wishes
Clerk of the Circuit CourtS
) Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. You and each of you are hereby

n _____ 12/4 4t 12/25 notified and required to present any for l
rry claims and demands which you or t a season of good will and

_, .w .. IB Circuit Court Bradford County either of you may have against the
Florida IB Chancery. estate of Alfonso William Red-

... James M. Shepard, Plaintiff, vs. grave deceased, late of said County, 'happiness.
Betty B. Shepard, Defendant. to the County Judge of Bradford

.Yl.< Case No. 10-240 x County. Florida, at his office In the
",.''J... Order Of Publication And Notice To court house of said County at
". '. Appear State Of Florida To
Starke, Florida, within eight calen-
.. ., .., \ Betty B. Shepard, whose residenceand dar months from the time of the
,; address is: Unknown: first publication of this notice. Each
You are required. to appear on claim or demand shall be In writing I
January 18, 1954. in the above nam- and shall state the place of
;'DeWitt C. Jones ed Court and cause, wherein plaIntiff residence and post office address of
seeks divorce. Bradford County the claimant, and shall be sworn toby Andrews Motor Co.
shall publish this Order
Telegraph the claimant. agent his attor-
In next four weekly issues. ney, and any such claim or demand'.
i Witness my hand and official seal Phone 118"' Starke Fla.
not so filed shall be void. ;
: ,
Florida this December .
Funeral Director at Starke. Winnie L. Redgrave, 1
11, 1953. ,awnksoowoR As executor of the Last Will <
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs and Testament of Alfonso ., .
,' Clerk of said Court. "Deck the halls with boughs of holly" and Christmas greens this William Redgrave deceased. ''''- .
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk fresh and cookie filled \. -
: ,,; Yaletide season. Have your best linens your jar C i \
:: 4 t
Jacksonville Charles K.: Hess, rioriaa.Attys. 204. Guaranty Life for the friends who'll..be dropping in with Christmas greetings. Re.freshments First publication December C, 19U. .

., /f: -,,,,,_ for Pit. 12/18 4t 1/8 at this busily festive time of the year can be simple as well 12/4 4t 12/24 '-.if.\, '

as good. Cookies are the perfect sweet touch to accompany spiced hot -

NOTICE TO APPEAR tea or Christmas eggnog. And here's an inspiration for those cookies, .:;. :
IB Circuit Court Bradford Coiaty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies, a recipe that's easy to make and one .' 1
-1 4. ,.. Florida IB Chancery. 1 'C di .
that friends and
Plaintiff Anne provides tempting crisp morsels of goodness for family ,. l
Sidney S. Atlas, vs.
Atlas, Defendant. alike at a time when Tis the season to be jolly." _. :! ,: : ;

Case No. 10-249 Doable Chocolate Chip Cookies .tf' f" .
Notice To Appear
To: Anne Atlas 'whose residenceand 1 cup sifted flop XU cup brown sugar. ..

fI ;\ address is: 200 West 86th St.. 1h teaspoon sod; \ firmly packed
New York New York. ( 1h teaspoon salt j)1 package semi-sweet '

suit You for are hereby notified that a us to % cup butter """"
\ Divorcehas other shorteningBROADWAY'S 1 egg, well beaten
been tiled against you In the % cup granulated sugar % cup chopped nut meats
above named Court and cause and 1 teaspoon vanilla .

: ::..;: you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the uf Sift flour once,measure,add soda and salt,and sift again. Cream shortening ,

complaint on the Plaintiff's add sugars gradually and cream together until light and fluffy.i.

Attorney T. Frank Landrum. Melt H cup of the chocolate chips over boiling water and add to the

Starke. Florida creamed shortening and sugar mixture. Add egg and mix
and file the original In the officeof
,: !;.: .. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Add flour in two parts and mix well. Add remaining thoroughlY'1

or before the nuts, and vanilla and mix thoroughly. Drop from teaspoon CHRITIAS
I _
18 day of January, 1954: baking sheet about 2 inches apart. Bake in moderate oven 375F.)

otherwise the allegations of said :! 10 to 12 minutes. Makes about 50 cookies. .
Complaint will be taken as confessed ,
by you. .
This notice shall be publishedonce ,
each week for four consecu-
tive weeks In the Bradford County

Telegraph. .
Dated this 16 day of December,
w. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court a"r 1fl
at By Marian L. .Crosby, Deputy Clerk
12/18 4t 1/3
1wf :


+\I1 t IB Circuit Court Bradford County, 0
Florida IB Chancery. a 1
Michael Coppola Plaintiff vs. Rose of the
Coppola Defendant. I 5,. May the deeper meaning ,
& sl S '
; a Case No. 10-250 -z.:
h r .Ah 1V Notice To Appear XL* Christmas Season be (
strengthened !
Y- y To: Rose Coppola whose residenceand .
address Is; 7216 11th Avenue. *?*
;fit; .rr Brooklyn. New York. recall.
it will
You are hereby notified' that a by the memories

:.:::.. suit for *" SERVICE STATION '
: Divorce
.I..:... "..............'".!o. has been filed against you In the May it bring to you a genuine- ; -

h..I.t; .. ::-\ I above named. Court: and cause and<< i '
.:.1'1.'..u. you are required to serve a copy of '-JIll-
I your answer or pleading to the com- happiness that will odd to .the;: .
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney

a T.Florida Frank Landrum. Starke 3 pleasure of this glorious time of '
'...." and file the original in the offloe of t --
,. '.. .r& the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or v '5k
\ before the 18 day of'January. 1954: p ; the year.
otherwise the allegations of said
... Complaint will be taken as confessed I ,
(: by you .?
This notice shall be -
publishedonce $ ; -
; ;
each week for four consecutive I While ore enjoying the
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- you
The quietness and peace ,1 graph.

.%z- 1953.Dated this 16 day of December. pleasant moments the occasion .'

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of Christmas blend* Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ? gCONWAY'S affords, we trust you will pause a
12/18 4t lid rr __ .
with the of our kindest
spirit thanksgivingto OTIC-K; TO APPEAR moment to accept
IB Clrealt Coart. Bradford Ovat. .
PlurU.it la ('......rT.
Edward Cunningham Plaintiff, vs. wishes and sincere greeting of
remind us of Dorothy Cunningham. Defendant

Case No. 10-247 .
To: Dorothy Cunningham whose he Season. '
residence and address is: 7222<153rd
the Joys of associating ; Street. Kew Garden Hills. New York ,

You are hereby notified that a } '.,4,; ,
cult for Divorce has been filed ;;, ,
'jwrthJolksJike-you.( i against yon' la the above named .- :. 't? ..;.
'\>>Tt and cause and you are required jf -
to serve a copy of year answer I : :- X .:
: .
: <
or pleading t* the complaint .. .. ;
o. the Plaintiffs Attorney, ""- $ "
Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exeha : j :

Florida."*e Building Jacksonville ... Volley Starling Grocery& Manet0 f4 S i.

Harold C. %Wall, AgencyGEN. and the file Clerk The of original the Circuit In the Court office on of J

or before the

IS day of January 1954: t
GEN. INSURANCE otherwise the allegations cf said i

Complai'it will be taken as confessed !
by you. j .. ," '
This notice shall be published ., _." 'JO j 'I

Service Over 60 Years ace weeks each In the week Bradford for four consecutive ",' ,' .., ,,'. -"'---:::, .i";."'t''o 10 _. 5'-. ... i j',
County Tel. w "
--. "
e Starke. Florida, Dated this 15 day of December 1""r'. .- '
1953. : 1 1I
vOFFIOAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby t .
.. Clem of the Circuit Court
Py Marian L; Crosby, Deputy Clerk I 5 5i
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