Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1962
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 .

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city council at its Starke became concerned

regular meeting Tuesda r about two "houses" moved To Cost Starke $57,025

night ordered an ordinance there by Sam Rosenberg. Mayor -

I rirawn up which wiir embody Randal Chitty has said that

rules to regulate the moving of "the .
buildings reduce the J-
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dwelling houses into the city. eral environment i" S .j
of the neigh- '
1< : 5 According to a detailed
The topic has been under borhood" and residents on ad- '" : 5___ _ -5

discussion; in recent weeks joining lots "have reason to be S., ,, 'S S : S S e3timate by City of Starke
since: residents of engineers B. M. Tanner &
South West- concerned." Residents of the ,

nioreland Street in southwest area presented to the councila Associates of :Melbourne, it

--- -- petition bearing 30 names in t : :i kS twill ocst $57,025 to install

Bradford County courthouse seen th rough a frame of frozen banana palms Hearing Delayed protest of the houses.A sewer and water lines un-

I is symbolic of cold wave that has reign ed here since Christmas Day, setting new five member committee 1 ;der U. S. 301 south, a project -

records for December cold. appointed on December 19 by rt S the city must carry out

Record Breaking Until Jan. 11 I 1 1On drew Council up Chairman the regulations J. D. which Doyle '-S ____ # .S 5: -i S __ -J construction.while the road is under

the ordinance to 'be '
prepared S ,,. The figure is just an esti- .
House SuitsThe by City Attorney Arch Thomas [:tihate, Council Chairman J. D. (

I 11 Jr., will embody. Members _ .. .___;Doyle stressed, and may be off
Degree Low Recorded )I the committee are Mayor S. ______ severa1.. thousand dollars from

Randal Chitty City Council- S. __ __
figures given firms
date by
for hearing final man Carl Hurst k _ bidding
Building Inspector .5
: arguments in ;on the project. The city coun-
T Starke's 11 degree low. recorded warm fall winter got a !belated 30; and 22 on Dec. 31. involving the complicatedsuits E. C. Long Fire Chief __ ;ell last Thursday night De-
Saturday morning Dec. start disposition R. C. "Red" Buford and Police __ *
just before Christ- cember
Jan. 1 saw another brief of six 28, in a special meeting
S near-completed
30, by a Frost Warning Service unoccupied Chief William F. :
mas and
held a frigid warm-up, with a low of 50, houses in a new development instructed City Clerk Merrill
j- thermometer on the grip on the area for the past and the Recommendation of the --', Edwards to
_ Jan. 2 low was 40. on West Pratt -S call for bids on the
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County Hospital two weeks. The first below- Jan. 3 brought a low of 25, and Street has been postponed committee was to make it unlawful tt\S S : / S :project "in a hurry". Construc-
grounds. was the coldest in freezing temperature was recorded Jan. 4 to move a house into ]tion
27. until Thursday .5 on four-laning the road is
_ the area and at least two degrees Jan. 11, at 'rjs
at the weather station I any residential section with- .,,; i
Crop damage here at this the request of expected to begin January 15.
attorneys in .
lower than the 13 and here ,out approval of two-thirds of I
14 on Dec. 22,,. with a low time of year is minimum some of the cases. S Only 65 per cent of the sewer
degree lows recorded here of 30.5 degrees. j property owners who own Vz
4 iince there is little to be The suits are to foreclosemechanics' .. sand water facilities will be in-
during the
so-called "bifreezes" Christmas cf the property within 200 feet
morning broughta Harmed. Strawberries which liens :stalled under the road now

The of the 1890s. reading of 25.4; Dec. 26 were rushing to maturity due at least six plaintiffs brought and by to of the site onto which the .f!' .. j Chairman Doyle said, since that

_I weather station thermometer recorded 20.5; and Dec. 27. to the warm fall will be setback settle the claims of two building will be moved. Other "... |is aU that has to be done while
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at the hospital is at 31.5. After a one-day warm- i three recommendations were that any ........ ._ ...,._ !o. the hiffhwav. is l under l'nndrtH'_
4 ground level and would likely but most growers regard mortgage holders. After( house moved into the city must -5 :r. S .......' -,." S ,_ ---5----' 54C5-W,I tion. The entire- -301----- ---------

I how readings several degrees up on Dec. 28. with a low of this as a good tiling preventing hearing final arguments Cir-i comply with all U. S. 301 project will
50. cuit Judge G. L. Patten will zoning regulation sewer project plans get going over by (from I-r) Council Chairman cost around $88,000, Doyle
lower than those mounted at freezing temperatures returned Bradford berries from decide who has legitimateliens and that the mover J. D. Doyle, City Attorney George Pierc e, Carl Lamar Johns, Mrs. Ruby Johns said and will not be completed

_I higher After levels. with a low of 27 on coming on the market with and in what amounts must bear all costs of the Street Supt. S. R. Hicks, Carl Hurst, Wa yne Douglas, and City Clerk Merrill Ed-, until later in the year when

-1 -_ a record-breaking.- Dec. 29; 11 degrees on Dec.. those- -from-- ---.06 Rrmtfi _1i'1n.i."......Q.. and will set the priority under moving plus the cost of a permit wards. the city can obtain a loan from
to move the building.One the
government. In the
Padgett Given Moore Takes Three He will which also they determine may be paid.in of the buildings movedto From Ticket Holder Political meantime the city will have to

Westmoreland Street is Heads borrow the 557,025 from other
what manner the

Murder 20 Years On Starke Boaters Win Five Races be of the satisfied property whether or claims otherwise.The by sale will!. House what Starke used on near U.to B.S.be 301 T.Phil's south Thomas'Steak of Starke CouncilOn Hears Complaint On Block In the sources Doyle larger and and loan will City comes repay Councilman through.it when

ChargeAbril present owner and defendant

Zenus Padgett of At Gator Bowl Marathon In Jax Petersburg.One time Construction in. the cases Co.Is of Life-St.- 1 was Lumber a one-story located Company.on building East The BrownleeStreet' other which is Operation (I If f Parking Meters May Primaries "You Ruby figure just Johns an "absolute can't called do less the minimum$57,000 and d k")

Brooker Politics in a mild form.
was sentenced Tues- directly across from the anything at all" Mrs. JohnsEljffikmwf

day to 20 years in the State Two Starke boat racers Sanford. The Moores 'also described of the the lawyers involved Blue Tavern. Rosenberg has Irked by getting a $1 ticket sometimes calls for emergency will come to Bradford County **
15-year-old Tom Moore and suits as the said he plans' to put the build- :for parking in : again this spring with three 'HaW"cairfor
Prison for the second degree hope to enter the grandTdad-- most complicated litigation he a loading z ne' action- county commissioners three, complete sew 'Land
murder of Douglas David Fenton both driving dy race of them all if it,takes had 'ever handled. ings into"good repair.. on the corner of Walnut andCatf Dampier also told the council school board members and water facilities to be ) -

J" 'of '. list Bracewell. '. Jpr, Tom's: father Jimmy place this year:....the 1$00 Due 'to the litigation the :.Streets,to Stajrjce JB C- -_ that-- the jreejSaturdayjjark-? -.repxsentatixe.4ab.e a stalled from Call Street SOl\ ,11\

,. Gainesville March, 9. Moore took most of the honors mile Mississippi River Mara homes have! remained unsold Fire'Deplrf iJe ii: :Pee,Wee"Dampier complainedto ing, a move by merchants to elected in the primaries on to Alligator' creek. The wa '

Circuit Judge John A. H. at the Gator Bowl Mara- thon, a three day event. and unoccupied -since they the city council TuesdayI boost business and aid Christ May 8 and 29.Commission. line will be capped just p '.

Murphree pronounced sentence thon outboard races Sunday, ....uU.Uh..__W_ were built last ysar. Since To Get 2,000 night about what he I mas shoppers, did not ,help. be- posts to be the creek but sewer lines i. i
in1 Alachua Dec. 31,,by winning_'five of 1 I "unfair operation" of such reserved -cause some people parked down- continue down the east side ?
County Cir- then vandals have done filled are: District 2, North
the 11 classes. L i and town and "went to the showor the road to the south city Ii
zones city parking -
cuit Court after a hearing on : } hundreds of dollars worth of Feet Of Hose meters. something." Starke [Mrs. E. L. Crawford its. Cross-overs will also .
Young Tom also j
provided damage to them by 'breaking incumbent; District 3, South
a motion f
for a new trial., the sports, thrill of i L. of local placed under the road in pr >-
the rough ; u out windows and glass doors Dampier, operator a Starke [Jerome Johns incumbent -
$.. which he denied. and windy afternoon when permitting rain to damage Starke's city council Instructed pool. parlor told council "the CC BanquetSet ]; and District 4, aratlon for the time when 11'-c

The sentence was the mini- the wind caught his 14 foot. ? interiors. Clerk Merrill Edwards :meters should be operated impartially Hampton Graham- Theres- 'velopment will call for sew.'-son

mum allowed for convictionof | Sun Sports Special and set it ; to call for bids: on 2,000 feet or not at all." He said sa [Mrs. Jessie Chastain incumbent i the west side of the road.

second degree up on end. The boat righted ,.. S ', of fire hose which will replace he received a ticket for parking Thursday, ]. Districts 2 and 4 Wide driveways at Jack Edward's -

murder. itself without turning over, 'f S Jfs Tornado Cagers JInes that are 20 years old. in a loading zone but that will be for regular four-year Grocery and tailings'

Padgett was convicted on however. with the aid of two In requesting that the new "some other people" park in January 11 terms but the District 3 post Service Station and Restaurant
Dec. 8 for the shotgun slaying hose be purchased City Coun- would make the cost prohibitive
electrically operated stabili- the same zone all day and get will be for the unexpired two-
of BraceweL after the Eers [meant to hold the boat DroD Sixth cilman Carl Lamar Johns stated no ticket. He also said it was The annual membership year term created by the resignation .if lines were not installed while

Brooker man had followed his steady) in rough water and around ------ I "That's the life expectancy unfair for meter readers to banquet of the StarkeBradford last year of W. the road is under construction -
wife to a wooded area off the turns) which \ C of a hose I'll guarantee County Chamber of it was said.
caught warn some persons that Hogan Smith. Commissioner
'.. GainesvilleHawthorne road before \J1 you" Fire Chief R. C. "Red" theyr Commerce will be held Thursday Of the $57,025 figure the major
went over back Bradford High's varsity tad no money in a parkingmeter Johns was appointed to serve
: cag-
where she met Bracewell. Dur- wards. Buford explained that his department : Jan. 11, at 7:30 p. m. in portion. $54,663 will go
ers lost their sixth straight and then to pu tickets only until the next regular
ing the trial Mrs.Padgett told I is left without reliable the Methodist FellowshipHall. into the sewer part of the proJect -
The very thing that saved game 66-41 to tough Lake City on other cars down the street election.
the jury she had met Brace- hose to fight fire after : Advance tickets are now while water work will cost
Tom in Tuesday and the "B" with no such warning. Dam- The thrte School Board
race however squad
well and had been i sale at $2 and only 2362. Street Superin-
intimate I each call if the "good" hose on per person
caused him to be unable to t went to their first defeat of pier also said that merchantsare posts to be filled are:
with ; DistrictS tendent S. R. Hicks
him on previous oc- I gets wet. may be obtained at the told the
enter the biggest race of the : the season 36-28 to the Tiger parking in loading zones 1, Lawtey [D. W.
casions.In Chamber of Commerce office. council department is -
Hose which has been used capable
day the unlimited class to "B" squad. when: they are not loading or cumbent] District 3, Brook- I
pronouncing Reservations should be made of installing the water
sentence. must be allowed to dry !before I
er-New River [A. L. Green
which boats of any horsepower The varsity improved with unloading merchandise. lines. He instructed to in
Judge Murphree pointed out being strung back on the truck, by Monday. was
U Jr. incumbent and District
the maximum : are eligible. Water got into every quarter until in the final 1- Mayor Randal Chitty said he Principal speaker of the ; vestigate the costs of the city
sentence for he said if it is to last long.
North Starke [H. A. Law-
the electric ..__ :
motor S
second degree murder is life' which operates W. .UU.U period they scored 13 The old hose has to be used I had no previous reports of evening will be Ralph Powers taking on that part of the Job.
imprisonment. He said: that;, one of the stabilizers' Tom Moore points to the Tigers' 16. The even on the best truck now such practices being carried on of Lake City member of the: &on incumbent] The city will still receive bids
he could not and left one in an "up" posi- initial period told the story but would check into the mat' State Road Department. The State Representativepost on installing the water lines,
condone the while the other hose is drying I
tion and the : is filled A. J.
other down in the now by
however ter. Council Chairman J. D.
conduct of those as the Tigers took a Jerome Johns new president however.
involved I City Escapes l leaving the fire department
Thomas Jr. who is
prior to the shooting, but water causing the boat to 17-4 lead and stayed ahead. practically unable to fight a Doyle told Dampier pharmacists of the chamber will pre3ide: The sewer and water job on

neither could he condone the pitch from side to side. Tom Serious Fires Bill Anders paced the Tor- and physicians had private at the banquet. He urges alarge" first term. 301 south Is just a portion of
In addition to these offices
murder. In view of the circumstances and his father thought the nado with 18 points while fire."We don't really know what parking spaces because i attendance to hear :Mr. the approximately $300,000

in the case and boat might flip over at high Dave Ingram had 9, Richard would happen if pressure was; the nature of their occupations I Powers who will discuss road i voters in the primaries will I sewer expansion project the
Cold"We've also elect State and County
speed so did not enter him in During :
the intercessions made Hobbs 6, Billy Dowling 4, and matters of vital importanceto city expects to carry out later
inraagews suddenly put on that old hose -'
.. the Democratic Executive Committee
..._ -.u _. 'A biggest race. 'I i
4 oenaii juoge Mur John Williams 3. Hobbs was Buford said "You could expect Bradford County. members. [Continued on Page 61
phree said he had tempered But Tom had already outrun been mighty lucky playing the first varsity contest almost anything." Lawtey Council .

_ the sentence.Padgett the winner of the unlimited considering the Christmas of his career since he was Buford also requested and
could be eligible for class. Jimmy Gordonof holidays and the cold weather. promoted last week from the was granted permission for the Meets aaa Even, On

parole in six months under Jacksonville three times ." Starke Fire Chief R. C. "B" squad. tire siren on the water toweron New Year's Day

_____I present Parole Commission by winning the 40, 60 and 75 "Red" Buford said Wednesdayas Frank Vining of Lake City the Pratt Street Playground I \

regulations. .' horsepower races. Fenton also he spoke of just one serious led all scorers with 21 markers i to be lowered so that volunteer It; might have been a holiday -

Padgett and his wife as''; l led the field twice by taking fire in the. city during that while teammates Ronnie firemen can hear it better. but the Lawtey City I .

t well as Bracewell. were all I I! firsts in the 100 horsepowerand period. George sunk 18 points and L Some of the firemen don't Council held its regular meet-I I -

employed at Sunland Training 100 horsepower pleasure Most serious of three fires Randal Jackson 10. hear the siren. he said since ing ,at the regular time-New SS .. .
Center Gainesville. craft events to round out the was the blaze caused by a Harold Bishop led the junior the sound waves don't come Year's night or not. !: : .
Starke field day. stove at the establishment -
faulty pipe
low enough in the immediate
varsity attack for the Torna In a brief one-hour session
Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports of Inez Best who runsa vicinity of the tower.
does with seven points. It was i.ewly elected officials were I
: i Special boats have become colored rooming house and the first loss for the "B" Tr oAAA .nth. ..*.. .o..*..f ir"'u.. ctrnrn.. ... in. anrl.. Ttavp. Shuford
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I familiar in outboard shop on Oak Street in Reno.
scenes squaders who won their first Council told a committee was re-elected chairman for
1 Annual C of C racing curies all over the The building was termed a two contests. from the Presbyterian Church the new year. Shuford said

south. Next race will be the total loss by Buford who said that they would consider run- he would wait several days Before ,
- BanquetThur. 285 mile St.: Johns River the roof was falling in when The Tornadoes will face rdng a 1,500 foot sewer line to making committee ap
arrived at the scene. Macclenny here Friday night : fj:
Marathon in March. The race thenewmanseexpectedtobebuilt .
pointments.H. .
Jan. 11 Jan. 5, in two games. The .
is from i No estimate of damages was
Sanford to Jacksonville on Bessent Road in the .
junior varsity contest will begin C. Kelly was the only .
7:30 P.M.
and ends up back at I given. No one was injured in near future. No money is S "k ;) I SS
new face on the council, all S
at 6:30 with the varsity S SS
the blaze last Friday Decem available said
now, the council ,
MethodistFellowship following at 745. other officials starting new
ber 29, at 7:15: p.m. but might be when the city Incumbents ..
terms being re-elected SS- .
Hall Alvarez's StoreCelebrates Neither of the other two Saturday night will see the gets the loan i! has requested including Mayor C. S 5'.'
E fires was at all serious Tornadoes play an unscheduled 5.
from the' federal government. .
Featured Speaker the R. Shuford and Marshal .-
I chief stated. One call game with Orange Park on L Granted final for : ---
68thAnniversary permission '- -
Sumter .
Ralph Powers i Sunday afternoon at 2:05 'p. the local floor. Play will stanI the Florida Bank at Starke to Harley.County I I : : : : r.;:: S .

m. when a bed in the home of at 5:30: Saturday with the "B" build a sidewalk at its own expense S : .

Member 1 I James Phillips on C'olley Roadcaught squad with a girl's contest be down the north side of Board .5 '. -

State Road Board 1I I Alvarez Store established fire from'an old cigarette tween' Orange Park and "Keystone Jefferson Street to the new To Meet Tuesday S'? ,

I in 1894 is celebrating its 68th lighter. Phillips' small Heights set, for '6:30. bank building expected to be

----L birthday with its traditional daughter had been playing The varsity will follow at 8:30.: erected soon.Granted'the. The Bradford County Com-I

This Space Contributed : anniversary sale. with the lighter which he Florida Theatre mission will meet Tuesday in

thought would not light The Social Security owners Waiver of encroachment -] *
The store enjoys the distinction .. ,. the courthouse since the
Weekly Publicize I : of ,being the oldest retail little girl apparently left it Cit for two places where it regular meeting on January

Community Events by establishment in starke.It the bed when she went A representative of toe extends slightly onto city prop- 2 was postponed. Routine

A was founded to 1894 by the with her mother. The bed was Gainesville Social Security erty.'The building takes up .3 business: such as filling the

The CommunityState 'late JM. Alvarez and is I now put "it and nothing else was office will, be at the court feet of city property on one jury box, and reviewing bondsof POST OFFICE ADDITION TAKES SHAPE

owned and operated'x>y his damgtd. Fire Chief ,Buford house in Starke from 9:30 a., side and .625 inches on''anoth courthouse officials is expected -
Bank grandson W. H. ,IBU11 Gra sta' .;J. m. Friday Jan. 12. for the er. The waiver was requested to'consume most of Heralding an $8t000,000-plus building program predicted for Bradford Coun.

ham. A faulty chimney was the purpose of conducting social, because the building will be the time at this first meeting: ty in 1962 is.this $170,000 post office addition, now in progress; viewed here

[OatUnueg on race Six] security business [CoBttaasd On FAR Six: ] of 1962. from arched porch o!' Starke- Woman's Club uiding.t .



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, Mrs: V. R. Reddish of' Law- Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Snow of Mr. and Mrs. John GordonFloyd I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Joyceof I Pierce Is PartnerIn Men's Cage League I Stalnaker will replace 1\11:0. I

,AU' tey spent the holidays with her Dublin, Ga. were Tuesday to ][ of Spartanburg, N. C.; Tallahassee and Jr. and Mary Brown who resigned
Thomas Firm
daughter, Mrs. Logan Baldwin, I Thursday guests of Mr. and \vho spent the holidays at Mrs. George McCullough of Opens Play TonightThe on the Brooker route.

.... and; Mr. Baldwin.M. Mrs. I*. D. Vining. 1 ie: Inn in,Ponte Vedra, were Vero Beach weekend I
were George H. Pierce, formerly Basketball
WJflilJtt' : P. Curtis' McGee of; Fqrt Mrs. John.Love Wilkes. has Thursday' guests of Mr. and Men's
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- associated with A. J. Thomas will tonight
... r Monroe, Va. and.,Pvt. Bert "Mc: returned; from> two weeks' Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. j open FOR SALE
Gee of Fort Gordon, Ga,, were visit with her; daughter, Mrs. Airman and. Mrs. Dennis ley Noegel at their camp in I i Jr: in the practice of law, has,,I Thursday, January 41 with !
:Mathews, and daughter 'of i become a partner in the firm a triple header in the high i Beautiful rare historical
GLADYS!MOQTY._ FBQNB,9t44651Carl > home for the holidays. F. H. Evans and family in the Scrub. I Furniture from all
known Thomas and i antiques:
now as school
_. <- -- -- ., ... Mr. and Mrs, Buzzy Green .Coral. Gables.Mr. Peace. AFB Stratham,, N. H., ; Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Deaverof I gym. over the earth period 1620-
Pierce, with offices at 203- \the
6:45 Seniors
and daughter, Kathy, of Gainesville and Mrs. R. G. Paterson and Mr. and'Mrs.. Bruce i' I At : p. m. 1865. Oriental rugs. Dresden
Andrews of Bartow, L."H' Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Currie and) David Spidel. of and family spent last Mathews and daughter ofi i Brunswick, Ga. and Mr. 205 N. Temple Ave. in Starke. will play the Jaycees and at china. objects of art. First

: Roberts of Lake Butler, and and daughter of Lake City were Greenville, Ohio were holiday week in Fort Lauderdale with Gainesville were New Year's]and Mrs. C. A. Nasworthy of'Starke I' 8 p. m. the Professors' will' Edition Books. exquisitei

Mr. andMrs. V.,E*Dowling New Year's Day guests of Mr. guests of. Mr. and: Mrs. Lex Mr and Mrs. C; s: Bowers day guests of Mr. and Mrs. i spent the weekend i Masons To Meet play Stallings. The last game i Brass. Beautiful pastel 100 percent
'jV.!Jmingtoat.N. c.. were. ,: and.lira..Gen,Long.. soft dress woolens from
awJg4hA Miss Lu Oar' Mathews. \ with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dea- i at 9:15: p. m. will feature
Green and family. and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Jan. 8 New England. Four (14) post
holiday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Groover Green has returned to- CentralFlorida Bowers and. family. MrsJetty Hazen of I ver in Winter Haven and Monday, j Lawtey vs. Stricklands. er beds satin wood inlaid

Mrs. Wesley Andrews. and family of Gainesville were College in Ocala; Bill Mrs. J. A. Budd: Jr. and Gainesville spent the week i Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nasworthy Worshipful Master Merritt '! Admission is free and the nieces. Desks from Newport.R. .

Dan Bowser of Lakeland was.New Year's Day guests of Mr. Green to University of South daughter. Patty, of Jackson- end with Mrs. A. E. McI{n- :in WinterPark., '|'W. Williams announces that i public is invited to attend the I. {Estate of Mrs. O. H:
.the. guest of W. C, Powell III,andr Mrs Charles Djnkins. I Miss Judy. Lesawyer has ;i Barnes every Monday and Belmont & Vanderbilt Man-
Carolina, and Buzzy- Green to Satur- first 1962 meeting of
ville Friday and the
were I i ionl. India English Victor-
from Friday to Monday. The I 1 Mr and. Mrs. Billy Dealingand ney.Mr. returned to her sophomore j
i Thursday nights.
of Florida. and Mrs. Bruce Cox of & ;
the University day visitors of :Mrs. W, E. I Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. ian Empire. Louis XVI. XIV
< left for three sons of. Jacksonville i I !
-yeung men Tuesday at U. of F. after spending ,
:Mrs.. H. K.. Davis entered .'Middleton. Jacksonville Beach were New year A. 'M. will be held in the Masonic 1 I French
i ofa. benches.
'II chairs
Marion, Institute Marion Ala, were, New; Year's.' Day, guestsof the holidays with her :
Hospital4nTuesday ?" Years day, guests of, Mr. and Bus Driver '
Bradford County Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams I temple at 7:30: p. m marquetry inlaid pieces.
5lrs.\ A. Z. Adkuis.! returned Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis :: -
for observation -** d the week- Mrs. Guy Sale. I Jan. 8. All Master I
and family Monday
; spent i j Empire chests of drawers. Out
1 last Thursday, from a.s. |* weeks W, SHurd Jr. of Hagers- Leonhard returned Knight. i i ii I Is Appointed I
treatment. VrTSii with Mr. and Fred Masons invited.
visit with Dr, and Mm B. A. town, Md. :was;; the house guest end in :: i Byron Terwillegar III has are ; standing oil paintings and ,
Mrs Nelson Green and,family attended Thursdayfrom two weeks in
S. E. Simmons -
Mrs. I Chinese of furniture.Rt.
Pope in. Norfolk, ValMiss Of Miss Margaret Duncan and ..' Ko attended returned to The Bolles School i,i HEAR YOUR RADIO SUNDAY A new school bus driver. pieces
recent YorK -
have had as guestsMr. Bowl New
the Orange UIBJ
Lindit Httdebra/i.of. Or- tier- j>arenb\: Mr. and Mrs K. Mra. H. a a family reunion. ;- .Tacksonville after spending |I SCHOOL A. C. Fiegert I j William C. Stalnaker of 1 Box 361. Kingsley Lake-
and. Wimberlyof
lando was home"for the week- G. Duncan, during the holidays.. game. i Residence B. S. Brown near
... tnc .. "J"vs with his par- teacher. New Station, Sunday,
Eagle Lake, and :Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. ThomasJr. Rev. and( Mrs. R. E. Mac- i. Tuesday. K. L Church.
end. Miss Duncan,retQrn61 tD,Roclt. "
ents. 7:30 to 8 a.m. WAYR, 550 on j ,
Mrs, L. E. Capo of; OrmandBeach. and family spent the Blain were in Apalachicola
Mr. and Mrs. E R Jetforda land Mass. after I
; ; ; on Monday I your dial lord County School Board.
t week with their son-in-
of, High Springs Sunday spending, the. holidays'\\r.1th. her '- Christmas holidaysith Judge
Frank, Mitchell' of. Lakelandspent and Mrs., J. M. Snodgrass in law and daughter. Mr. and !
visitors. Mr.. and. .,Mrs. George. .. parenta t"" his and I
tie weekend with Ala.Ivusji Mrs. George Fortunas, i
Scottsboro, :
Huggins,,. Greg; Davis, of. Gainesville l I .
1 aunt, Mrs. J. JL. Mitchell, and Linville. ofDunedin family. '
Mr and. Mrs. D. S, Wescott ,spent last Friday and, Saturdajr i Nancy ., ...,... I :.
Mr. anti Must Lester Crews. -7' : v Torhit .J'i
,hla. -was, the guest several\ : .1 ':;'
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hollis. ; \jtJi grandmother, Mrs
1 of Tampa were weekend'pests Lucile. Davis. :. 'Mrs, :Davis took John, P.. S Simpson will; leave days last week of Miss Marcia of Tallahassee were last ..., /"".,:.
Friday,for-a,visit,with.;his, son, Whittle. Thursday visitors of Mr. and ;
of Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Greg home., on Saturday, and; r
J. P. Simpson- Jr., in. Lynchburg Mr and, Mrs. Bert. Me- Mrs. A. Q. Smith.
Johns and'attended, the, Gator spent the; remainder: ot the ; INC I -
II BQwl game; weeJtenA'with Mr. and, Mrs :, Vat Mains! have had as guests Mrs. J. H. Vickers and ; Your Friendly Store

Mr. and Mrs. J.E.< Hardy. H..'G, Davis. ire. in, Gainesyjlle, : Holiday guests: of. Mr. and Col> and Mrs. J, U. Moor daughters of Brunswick, Ga. r
and family spent. the_ weekend Donnie.PAe sport last weekwell. Mrs F. B, Beard: included.'Mr- head and-, son Lt. Michael were visiting friends here I January
and; Mrs R. K;; Beard- andgrandson of, Washington, D- during the_ holidays. ..
with Mr. and Mrs. J4 R. Wilson\ \. Sgt. and; 1011'Sa'p. W. Moorehead \
and family, in. Tampa. Reese and,family in... Qoldsboro, Stanley, of Columbia, C. on, Monday- and, Tuesday Lt. Jack Miller has returnedto
? "' S, C, CoL and Mrs. Chick Skelton after ten
Lester Waco,
N.'C. and Mr. and Mrs.
:Mr. and.Mrs.: John. Core and s.a vl uw
family of flair, Md .were, Dr. and,Mrs, P. G. L'eloA.were of} Atlanta,. Gas ani Mr: Lightman; of Jacksonville days' visit with his parents I i' -
and. Mrs. & B, Beard Jr. and Miller.Dr. .
; Beach Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George
guests; last Tuesday to. Thursday -: visiting 1"tr. and. Mre. WilliamG. : on I h FAMOUS
of Rev.. and Mrs. Leo.Heb-, Feloij bv Fort "Lauderdale: .children of Sanford Mrs. Calvin Ward and. Mrs. and > {rs. Rodolfo Redri- ,

ert. I ovex the. weekend.Mr .. Mr. nad, Mrs R. O. Dansby i I E Haislop. are.spending, two quez and daughter Mickey of DAN RIVERSHEETS CANNON
Mr. d, Mrs. returned- Sunday, from Ozark with Mr.:and Jacksonville were Friday
and Mrs. W F. H/jrlong I ap Gepgline.!! of weeks in Tampa,
Ala.. where they, attended thfuneral I evening dinner guests of Mr. HEAVY EXTRA THIRSTY ta 1 j .
had 1 as New Year's Day guests i Wayne, OhiQ.andMr.. and Mrs, Mrs. ClaudeMoore. : I
lira, W. H. Steinnl yer. M.t's'i Gl n Hqsse 'of.'-'Sarasota i ,' were. of her- father, Marvin Mrs. Carrie Ward was in and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. yC

.:k:..M. hitch, Mr. rind Mra. F.I holiday guests;.of, Mr, and. ....Mrs. Andrews,_Saturday: Dec. :30. Lakeland from Friday to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon
.v. R. H. MInUM5, Mr. andMa, W; F., Goodingand : she attended visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Herlong and son, Mark, and I Monday where TOWELS
3Ur. and Mrs. }I. N Herlong! Cadet:' Dickie. Edraondfon has ; sent: Charleston. S. C.were the. funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Hixon in Savannah Ga. over \ "The Worlds Best
weekend guests of Mr. of Price .
weekend.Mr. Regardless
rand family of Jacksonville. returned to Riverside. Military, Harry Ford. Christmas
and. Mrs. H. K. Da.vis.Mr. .
;The Herlongs a100J had as Tuesday Academy at HollyAyood; after Mr, and Mrs. Tyler Jones and Mrs E. W. Hayes WHITE MUSLIN
.. luncheon Mrs. Christine the, holidayvit- his and Mrs* N: L. Woodburn were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
guests } family had as weekend guests Mrs. 81 x 108 REGULAR $1.29
antifamily, and Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and family in a
Layfield and T. J. Lay A2/C WilUam.E 'Lawson Jr. Lester Hardigre and familyof
Meld of Fort White. has returned tQ "Great Falls, Robbie Shaller, spent NevYear's. Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Lake City on New Year's HE-MAN SIZE .

.*. Mr and Mrs. Harold Smith Mont, after spending the holidays Eva with.Mr. and- :Mrs. Thurman Wryre and daughter -

.of Autjurndaie were Saturday with hig' parents. He reports -.Tom Parnell in Deland. of Augusta Mr. and Mrs. day.Mrs.. L. S. Hutto had as $179 24 x 46 s

guests of Mrs Effie Johns. it was 24 below zero there Mr. and Mrs. A. L. CrosbyJr. Charles. Godfrey of. Washington Christmas day guests Mr. and

... Mr and; Mrs Frank Hazfcn before. the holidays.Mr. and family spent Christmas Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mrs. T. F. Hutto and family
.rand... David. Hazen- of San Antonio and Mrs W. E. Lawson weekend.with'Mr. and'Mrs H. Higginbotham and family of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gerle, Mr. 2 For $150

... Texas, and.Mr and Mrs. and family were visiting relatives W. Townsend in At'.Anta. Callahan. They also had as and Mrs. Brad Locke and son, 2ix44
Walter Witt and: children of ill Moultrie, Ga. on Christ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby and Monday guests Mr. and Mrs. all of Jacksonville, Mrand 72x99 51x99

HlPalatka spent' -tke ChrUimas, mas.Misses Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews and Roy Wingate and Mrs. Aggie Mrs. O. P. Hutto, Mr. and I i For $$100
"weekendwith their mother, Mary Brownlee* and family of Jacksonville: and Mr Jones of Jacksonville and Mrs. M. C. Wells and Mrs. $$159 $$169 1

:Irs. Martha- Hazen. Joyce Humphrey left Thurs- and Mrs. Rodney Hall of starke Mrs. Noel Hill and Mrs. Ivey Carolyn Redgrave and son,

Mrs, J..R, Kile_7.dl in TaJla- dy for Baltimore, Md. after a spent New Year's! Day with Lucas of Baldwin. Wayne. I

hasseeover theweekend' visjt-: three weeks visit with, Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. 1"-- 1 Twin Bottom Fitted Double Bottom Fitted WASH CLOTHSCANNON
sing Dr and Mrs.R. p Stubbing Lj Brownlee and' family. Mrs. Earl Johnson of St. .
:end Judge and Mn, Glen, Ter- ''Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. .
Marys' Ga. was visiting Mrs.
..reU. W Klncaid' have returned H. L Brownlee and family on I: $$1|69 $$179PILLOW

i *.. Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Duffrw> frpm a; two weeks visit withM Wednesday.Mr. i For 25 CELECTRIC
spent the holidays 'With their '-daughter Lt.: (j.g,). and Mrs. TJimpa. and Mrs. P. j3. Sanders! WE STOCK A COMPLETE UHS OFCRPCIES :
and daughter, Pat, of Penjaci- REGULAR 19c & 25c .
iB. G. Mrs. Sarah CASESDAN
Mdntyre ia. Key \Vet daughter,
, Mr. and Mts. g."J .t.bWlingl Spnia, andson, Theron, were., la spent thfij&ojjdasg,wjtn thei.r t Each 39 c -
daughter, Mrs. H. A. ItcLeod, RIVER
pent Christmas weeHenjV: with, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J: F..
-their daughter, Mr..and Mrs..R.JJM .qarY' Mr. and Mrs. Dew Barber and family.Mr. Brownlee Ph. 969-1093 WHITE MUSLIN__________ ___ ___ _._ m' BLANKETS2Year

; Lee and family Lakeland! and daughter, and Mr. and and Mrs. Fred Johns of 607 E. I Guarantee
Their S W. Reed and Gainesville were New Year's
NancyLee \Irs. ; familyTampa
: returned with them and!in and Zephryhills during Day dinner guests of Air, andMfrs. : SINGLE CONTROL DUAL CONTROL

spent last week with her cousin, I the holidays. Charlie Cow n. i SMOKED PICNIC I RUGS I295 $1495

Helen Jane Long. Miss Sonia Hunter returnedto Miss Louise Johns has re- 29C
Infant Scott lloberts: son of Asbury College, Wilmore turned to Atlanta- after spend SHOULDERS.

jotI'. and:: Mrs .George RobertsJr. Ky.. on Dec. 26. ing the weekend- wilh her fa- I LADIES

., underwent surgery, in the Melody May of Homesteads ther, M. L Johns. Sr., who is'

University' Medical\ Center" in ent last Wednesday with her confined in Bradford County j GRADE A Dress Shoes

Gainesville. last WednesdayDr. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hospital. I R 4

= and Mrs. C. J: Houpt Robert Barkedale. Pfc Douglas Nolan returned I' FRYERS-lb. . 29Ci < r

spent. the past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon tjo.Fort Bragg. N. C. on Tues : -
.their son-in-law andt.da+:ghtq,, spent the Christmas. holidays in day after spending the holi- OFf

-Mr.: and Mrs. V: W. strilklMdl Atlanta and central Georgia. days with his. parents, Mr. :.'i 'FRESH FLA.HENSuj.

.Jr., in DeaMoines\ Mra. Virginia McGuire of Orlando and Mrs. P. T. Nolin. BLACK GREEN BROWN _

o Houpt reports they.were "snow- was visiting her mother Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson waa 2ScSMOIED
red in" for five days. XIrs. Errol Alvarez, over the and children spent the holidays LADIES

*- Ensign.'Glen Osteen' and Miss holidays. Mrs. Alvarez also had with relatives in Or- .
# Skirts & SweatersReduced
- -
.Penny. Jones of Jacksonvillexere as holiday guests Miss Myrtle lando. .'
"' guests Saturday and Sun- eddish, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. HEAR YOUR RADIO SUN-: Lustrous, Lasting, Lint-Free Viscose

ulay of Midshipman H. Graham Curry, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert DAY SCHOOL, A. C. Fiegert ..lb. . 33c Fully Roller Coated Non Skid Backs

: HI at the Scrub where Dahl of Jacksonville: and teacher. New Station, Sunday, BACON Matching Colors And Designs In All Sizes One f ;! 'k
3the Graham family spenfc- fen Mr, and Mrs; Ed Cruce of Or 7:30 to 8 a.m. WAYR. 550 on :: WOOL SKIRTS

'1ays during: the holidays. apgedale.: jour dialThe ,I I .

I 21x36 t 81C $$388LADIES :

Beel Sale! REGULAR $ 1.00
Community State Bank ot Starke, I -' -

Starke, Florida. ::27x48 $$187|


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Statement of Condition December 31st, 1961 30x60 $$187 :

I. $3.98 - -
R;EJJ 0-JMt'C B! ft' LIABILIT-. & MEAT x

. ; 4'x6' C sh. .due from:? .$anksa .. .o-s.: 398.781.71 Deposits ____ 2,195,218.17 STEW-lb. 59cCHUCK REGULAR $7.98 VilUI Sweaters Reduced

Unearned Interest --_______ 46509.36
U. S. Giov. Securities ____._ ? 1166829.38
Capital StockSurplus ; -_----_____ 100,000,00 J

4 Loa s,..& ,r Discounts:4 ,84s -Ib. } 39c January .; FLANNEL & COTTON
: _.___________ 50000.00 ROAST aY r :,, 4 g ,. SPORT SHIRTS

Furniture .FixtureOther *. 19,925.18 Undivided Profits-_-___--_ 25,100.501 Sale OfLUXURIOUS ,tax.
: : ; -----:- 'TE
Reduced L
Dividend Declared________ 2000.00 CHUCK
1$espurses_..-___. _,_ ,.9 ,2.33 .
-, .Other Liabilities._________ 15,474.03 .sTEAK-lb. . 49 c

: _. J : FAMOUS Heirloomette .
'TotaL__.__.___$ 32.39z..06 Total- ____2432302.06:, a Crochet Type
i I Fresh PORK SalePORK

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,Tohnseatdent iE.M..!Brinson y One Group 2 for $$5.00 Our Regular $6.98 $

2 ormiulHlYWis. ,.._ Fec.V.P. .PeteGfFelos>t.J.4 sN D. .d I
.E.BrLnson, YiC\ 8f$ t Cum r:! S1DE35c
: ; .. ,.. 3,
.. '.Gv"S. Nowcombry lljer .ey : .i ,
r -:. V;: fit 'i One 1 for $ .00
,Margaret. Miller, .Aa't'Cashier: -I Group $6
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'Jean-Q-Norman.-TdIe"" .) -": .I.Ir PORK !

.. Florence Plucker.,iHead !Bookkeeper 1), B..Odom I .

: Beverly Welch, Bookkeeper S. E. SimmonsNorman I I SHOULDER Ib. 35c.tS.S
HumphriesJ: Bookkeeper r .H. }V1lli!. : ; CHARGE OR CASH --.NOLAY-A-WAYS! I

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I fi I Crosby Reunion Mr. Boring 88 short illness. I Demoines, and Virgil Davis of Bradford County during 1961,

| Ij II j Event Of I; ,. j. Born in Monroe County i Detroit, Mich.; and a sister, with a total of 600.3 acres
Iowa June 14 1907 Mrs. Mrs. Stocker
Of Ear/ton/ on Gladys Blakes- burned. In 1960 there were
I New Year's Day !i! Weeks was a member of the; burg Iowa. only 92 fires, but considerablymore

h I Arthur ',' Soring, 83. of 1!i First Baptist Church and had. Funeral services were held I damage, with 1068.9
The family of the late Mr teen employed at the Brad-j at 10 I t acres burned.
'k sY Earleton Beach, died Thursj j I a. m. Wednesday in!
MOOTY PHONE 96.t005Ji and Mrs. A. S. met at | lord for the i I
Crosby County Hospital
t \, i ii Jones Memorial
with I
day. Dec. 28, at the home of I Chapel Fifteen fires last month
the Bayless Highway Church i i past five .years. She came to:; 1
ReLeo A. Hebert offici
his W.
tI son Emery Boring. j i burned 74 .
I i pastorium on Monday, Jan. 1 I Starke from Jacksonville six:
i Jaycees' Dance -' Mr. Boring was born Nor. j: ating. Burial was in Hope:
with Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Cros- i '
:: 29, 1873 in Lowdnes County,i f years ago. | Cemetery near Theresa un-
I Highlight Of byA basket dinner was en- Georgia and was employed by ![ Surviing'arl" her husband,. cer direction of DeWitt C- !
t I
New YearA joyed at noon by the approxi- the F. C. & P. Railway co'. ![ Daniel R. Weeks' of Starke; Jones Funeral Home. I

,.; mately 70 members of the fami- prior to working for the Seaboard ,i'i i a'daughter, Mrs. Joan Campbell I
ly and guests who attendedthis g'LVfffRI"C'
highlight of the New occasion. Air Line, where he was I I i of Jacksonville; one son, Woods Fires :

Year's weekend was the dance v A, ,> ,' happy : a conductor for almost 50 ;; Alfred Leroy Knapp of I
Saturday evening in the USO t ir Among those present were i::! ears. !f; Starke; two stepsons Robert Rise In 1961
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Flake, Mr. { .JSIC: CUSS BOTTOM
building sponsored by the After the death of his wife, j; and Howard Shoning. both:
and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and son, dt i I i' BOATS
Starke Jaycees. Leila Sparkman Boring i in i i of Demoines. Iowa: two The Florida Forest Service'icported

The auditorium was deco- Mr and Mrs. Jim Raulersonand Tampa in 1951, he made his I i brothers Edward Davis of I II 138 wild fires ini!
son, Mr and Mrs. H. B. I
rated in the New Year motif home with his son at Earleton.;!I:-
Kelly and daughters, Mr. and --
with colorful streamers extending Besides his son, he is survived I
Mrs Vincent Kelly, Mr. and
from an open para- r by two sisters, '
Mrs. Johnie Mac Kelly, Mrs. Mrs.J'j' Complete Service
chute in the center of the Amanda Crosby .Mrs.: Bulahl|) Gene Shaw Sol Ann Smitl Mary Agnes Matthews Bob I .T, McCranie and Photographic I

ceiling to the four walls. In Ferguson Godbold, both of Jackson _
Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Odis Crawford -, '
the center of the parachute ville. .
and daughter, Junior Sisk,;, I Cameras
was a large net bag filled i :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews Miss Shi Ann Smith Hostess At Party Funeral services, were heldat Film BULLINGTON I Greeting
with balloons which were
and children Mrs. Teresa Cros- 3 p. m. Saturday at the I Cards
dropped at midnight. Two 'ii"J:J- Honoring Miss Matt:hews, Mr. Ferguson Ii Watches
.. graveside in. Laurel Grove]
._ .... by and son, Miss Joann Reddish, I t "Feature Lock"
spotlights were focused on T-.:-. /.OJ" ,''. Mrs. Lillian Conner and chil-| \ Cemetery near Waldo with'! Jewelry
The attractive of Mr., decorative
)4 home added a further note]
the red candles
on the parachute tables and placed around :.._,_..w..;;j.iMiss />.,...". ," ... ..:..- dren I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mrs.l B.l;and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith';to the arrangement. !| Rev.Union.A.S.Walton C. Coppedge oi: Bibles Studio and Gift Shop DiamondWedding
Crosby and son, Mr. and officiating.- |
the dance floor provided a Kaufmann 'Randolph Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. formed the setting for a buffet j Individual tables, where the! rangements were in charge of; Tape Recorders
I given last Friday evening -'
,oft lighting effect for the supper !guests were seated, were placed
C. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Starke Florida Sets
Crosby son, Mr. and i i Phonographs
Miss Shi Ann Smith'
Betting. At each end of the Engagement To by :'in the clubroom. Each table Home. 1
Mrs. Bobbie Crosby, Mr. and Miss : .
honoring Mary Agnes
Luilding were large "Happy I I was covered with white linen
New Year" emblems made of Mr. Jackson ToldMr. Mrs. L. A. Crosby, :Mr. and Mrs. Matthews and Bob G. Ferguson -j luncheon cloths and was center- Graveside Masonic Rites' Diamond Saving Stamps with Every Purchaser
John H. Spence and daughter, whose will be were conducted by the Waldo
marriage an ,
tin foil. The walls were led| with a blue candle entwined
4 Mr. and :Mrs. Jake Parish and: Masonic Lodge. !
Edward event of this I
and Mrs George summer.A
draped with white rope I with fern. The bride's table,
:Mr. and Mrs. I
fringes and caught at intervals Kaufmann announce the en- color scheme of blue and overlaid with a white lace cloth, tttMBEB
Crosby and children, :Mrs. Annie white carried out in min-I Mrs. Bernice Weeks
gagement of their daughter, was
with New
snowmen, Happy was centered with a low silver
Year babies bells, snowballs, Karolyn Louise, to Benny Lee Anna Alvarez Lee Alvarez and daughter, Mrs. ute detail in decorating the par-I!candelabra holding blue candles ) tiM offJ : \ iam M erteLTD.

and pink elephants.The Jackson, son of :Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and children, ty rooms for this lovely af-''entwined with fern and encircled Passes Sunday -. ) x
William N. Jackson. and Mrs O. E. Crosby, Rev. fair. The foyer and living room'| .
refreshment bar in the at the base with white dahlias After Illness
and Mrs. C: C. Crosby, and
lounge also carried out the Miss Kaufmann is a grad- tie Lee pat-j were decorated with artistic ar- and blue forgetmenots.Upon I .
uate of Bradford High School Floyd. rangements of white dahlias,
New Year theme. The Crosby family I arrival, :Miss Matthewswas Bernice E. Weeks. 54, of !
Around 300 guests enjoyed and is now employed at Southern tOi;'gladioli, and delphinium, and a I'
have another reunion this sum- presented with a pink car- Starke, died Sunday morningin .I
Bell in Gainesville. potted magnolia tree with blue
dancing to the strains of I ,
mer. :iiation corsage. Mr. Ferguson I a local hospital after a
Mr. Jackson a graduate of birds was also a focal point
Jimmy Seaman and his sev- was given a white carnation ... -.....,. .
.in this .. !! -
en-piece orchestra from Bradford High School, is also room. -
bouttoniere. The honor !
Gainesville. Drew Reddishes Supper served buffet guests
employed in was
Gainesville during the party I were also presented with a pink I
hours, nine to two o'clock. Wedding plans will be an- Host Dinner style from a beautifully ap-(linen luncheon set, a memento) .
nounced later.Woman's. pointed table in the dining

Altar SocietyTo Club Bridge PartyMr. some room. linen Overlaid cutwork with and a hand-lace of After the occasion.supper the guests enjoyed e Tremendous Savings!

Meet cloth, the table was centered dancing in the game room
MondaySt. and has. Drew Reddish ,
To Meet Wed.The were hosts at a delightful I with an arrangement of white l which was decorated with mag- S e
nolia leaves and miniature
Edward's Altar Societywill dinner-bridge party Monday chrysanthemums, gladioli and Christmas trees. Refreshmentswere I Huge Selections!

meet Tuesday evening, Starke Woman's Club night at their home on Searing fern. A silver candelabra, hold ,
Jan. 9, at 8 o'clock in the will meet next Wednesday Street. ing blue tapers entwined with I served throughout the!I

hall. All members are urgedto afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at The turkey dinner was served fern, and banked :with white' evening.Miss I Stock Now!'

attend. the club! house. buffet style from an attractively chrysanthemums and delphiniums Smith was assisted in1 I Ua
was placed on the Italian entertaining her guests by her
.1 Mrs. C. A. Knight chair- appointed table 1
credenza. A miniature bride parents and by the parents of
man of Fine Arts, will be in centered with a green floral
the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. E.,
harge of the program. arrangement. Guests were
Hostesses for the afternoonwill seated at three individual Junior WomenTo L. :Matthews, and the parents)
of the bridegroom-elect Mr.,
be: Mrs. Eugene Williams, card tables. After dinner, :
Meet TonightThe and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson.
chairman; Mrs N. S. Dankel, bridge was enjoyed at the

, I Mrs D. L. Silcox, Mrs. J. E.Hildebran. three tables and prizes were Junior Woman's Club

rQuIL. Mrs. W. H. Graham awarded to Mr. and Mrs.
I will meet tonight (Thursday)I I
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr., Charles Sawyer and Col. Har-
at 8 o'clock in the club house.:;
MASTER! Mrs. Charley Johns, Mrs. J. ry Hatcher. New members and the executive -I I ;'

W. Kincaid, Mrs. W. B. Mun- Mrs. Tom Casey assisted board will meet at 7 FloridaTheatre

dy, Mrs. G, S. Newcomb, Mrs. Mrs. Reddish in serving. o'clock for their second orienta-

R. R. Andrews Mrs. E. K. tion class for new members.Mrs. .

Perryman, Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Forty Guests Carl Lamar Johns,
'Mrs. L. TS. HuttO. Mrs. S. L.
.1 / chairman of health, will pre-
Peek Sr. Mrs. Vic Frees, and Enjoy PartyAt
sent Dr. Sarah Lou Wells, who I tI
Dr. Sara Lou Wells. Powell HomeMiss will show a film on cancer. FAMOUS .+r


R. H. Mclntires :
Harriet Powell and Miss Recent Births QUALITY .
This man Is mirthful because atla ti
Entertain At Linda Kay Sale entertained

*- \I a.. He lie holds holds a a gin gin Collins handb. Open HouseMr. evening delightful at the party home last of Friday the I births announces Bradford: County the following Hospital I Double Feature Features Program1st .1T: Muslin Sheets

and Mrs. R. H.Mclntire former on E. Call Street. !1r. and Mrs. JBobby D-

Your kids can be sure, for very entertained at an informal The home was attractive for Baldree of Green Cove
few coppers, that they won't "open house" New Year's Eve the occasion with decorationsin j j Springs, a daughter, Donna I j k : .af 72 x 108 69

wind up with store bought chop at their new home on Golfair keeping with New Year's, in- Sue, Dec. 21. 8199
prrs. What we mean is that Drive Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jackson I

our fresh! rich milk builds The twenty guests enjoyed cluding colorful streamers in Starke, a son, Eddie Tay- Twin Fitted

btruiig, uhlte teeth. Serve it to dancing and refreshments the Florida room. lor Jackson Jr., Dec. 25. !:i.

the kids at every meal. It's the during the evening The approximately 40 guests I Mr. and Mrs. James E., ,

cheapest way we know to buy enjoyed refreshments and danc- Johns, Raiford, a son, James:s r 81x108
jour health. Darrin, Dec. 25. aa
Margie Dowling ing during the party hours. 19
i Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. oNS..usco : p 4.-r OR
Hostess At Solze, Starke, a daughter r 4 :

Beta Sigma Phi Kimberly Ann, Dec. 29. I Double Fitted
Slumber Party To Meet Monday Mr. and Mrs. Henry O- i Feature I Ii

Lawson, Starke, a son, Henry :
I I Margie Ann Dowling was 'I w, i 42 38-ia PILLOW OASES
Michael, Dec. 30. Y x .1 38c
hostess to five girl friends ata I Sigma Phi sorority I

New Year's Eve slumber par- will meet Monday night at 8
''I I 1 I ty Sunday night. E.o'clock Garner at the on Silver home of Lake Mrs.with T. Masons Elect \ Dan River sheets and pillow cases are famous for extraordinary beauty for fine

The girls enjoyed a spaghetti
supper and games and dancing I Mrs., Curtis Marlow as co-''New OfficersThe 1 quality, greater strength and longer wear. These sturdy sheets have 133 stronglywoven
1.- throughout the evening. I following officers were threads to the square inch, wider tape selvages and closely sewn hems.

t I I Lodge recently No.elected 35, F. by& A.Bradford M. for i CINEMASCOr E Hurry in and save on the lowest prices of the year. ..r

1, Merritt W. Williams. Wor- Cartoon:
shipful Master: D. L. Rigby

Senior Warden; Tom Howell,I Doggone People DUNDEEWASH CLOTHS IA

L Junior Warden; A. N. Holli- II I 51
J. B. day, Treasurer; Carl Hurst
WrightSINCLAIR thick and absorbent.
Secretary; Curtis T. Lee, SUN., MON, & TUES. Foetaus'Dbedee quality, heavyweight
Beautiful solid colors
r Mack's Body Shop Ed P revatt s Garage STATION SERVICE Senior Deacon; Glenn S. JAN. 7, 8, & 9

RADIATOR SERVICE Wade, Junior Deacon; Jimmy

1 BODY & FENDER REPAIRS New Cores Redding Tires Complete_ Auto Serric Thornton, Senior Steward; GUNS OFNAVARONE .

COLLISION SERVICE FlushIn:. Crank Shaft Ba.tterles-Aceessorlea Carl Harton Junior Steward; i

Grinding Electric Welding and P, M. Barefoot, Chaplain.The .
542 Madison TOWEL SMASH!
new officers were installed I
Painting Matching Lawn! Mower Motors Repaired 'I

I FREE ESTIMATESPhone Phone 964-0154 AUTO TIRES at the annual meetingby
Or 964-3861 Past Master C. A. Futch-
969-2405 So. Walnut Starke Starke Upon taking office, the new Starring:
Recap Co. Choose from 6 lovely Solid Colors!
2033 N. Temple, Stark i Master congratulated the re- Gregory Peck *
AUTO SERVICE Pappy. Reolstcn, Owner Mgr.Recapping tiring Master, Donald McRae, David Niven R-Ett tA'Nf}( sl
for I ,. ..
I r Can & Tracks'!j and the retiring Secretary -- ,--

I I AUTO PARTS Dodd's. Service & ONE DAY SERVICE ;l Gene Long, on the successful I Cinemas ope & Color
NEW I 1" RE6.! 79c C
.... Auto Sales AUTO-LITE TIRES BATTERIES AT SAVINGS i performance of their duties; Our regular
1 i mentioning among other
GENERAL REPAIRING Phone 964-0221 I things accomplished, the remodeling "'ED.,THURS., & FRI. Soft brushed W LARGE 22x44-IN. U i.Ii1
Starke Motor International Lifetime 135 N.
Temple. Starke of the building JAN. 10, 11, & 12 cotton, it'166 1

Parts Co., Inc FIRESTONE Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES I housing the lodge and the I. yet warm. I'.. 4!c Matching 360 leg ISc MatcLiet 11' '

i Tires 528' Batteries, Accessaries Brownlee & I urchase of new furniture. I.I I Wad Towels ... ... ... Wish CJet"__ Y,.

S. Walnut 964-3861
four Local NAPA Chasteen Yawn SpeaksTo [ Perfect quality, from our regular stock. A A

Jobber For Starke 66" Service most luxurious towel deeply fluffed combed +
SEEDS FEEDS RotaryA all cotton terry. Rich solid colors of pink

Cor. Brownlee & Clark Bill Edwards j FERTILIZERSInsecticides : blue, green, yellow, lilac and white.
Phone 964--S01, 964-0811 WE SPECIALIZE IN _1 prates & Plants discussion of wills and 0I

BRAKE SERVICE "Your Friendly the administration of estates

T Wheel Balancing &: Alignment Farm Supply Store"Cor. I was given at the Rotary Club "i'\\\ I
I AUTO REPAIRS Phone 964Temple.-8881 10th & Cherry Starke j Wednesday by County JudgeT. Mattress Cover

617 N. Starke'YELDINGGARAGE A. Yawn. I J'1\ \ 't. -' t SIZE PAD AND COVER .
The speaker said that al- t 2"
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Earl's Garage Gilbert S. Brown Thomas Welding though wills are not necessary -I '. UJ1 lets 3.99 988 leg. 4.69 366 IK. 3Jt 2

Oil I in every instance they are : 1, mi SHE 288 Twi Fitted Ml Fitted flU tr Twui ....... ..... ,..
ALL KINDS OF Standard Service Station advisable in most cases and: I JJ
Electric and Acetylene Welding Res. =.99 .._.._._....
ATLAS Made like fitted sheet. Sanforized, Full Sanforized
AUTO REPAIR WORE suggested that they be drawnup a Zipper "dull-tight",
I TIRES & BATTERIES Have Welder Win Travel! with the advice of a law-! Cartoon: Heavy cotton quitting reinforced woshobJe.! nylon stitched.

I All Work Guaranteed Budget TermSRoad Service Work Guaranteed yer in order to avoid expensive Title Later with nylon thrlad.is .

Phone 969-2964 Phone 9 !-'l071 116 W. Brownlee 964-0361 litigation after the! ., -, -...---- ->,,-',
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., f .'! "" t'-,'j1'-, members, Cookie Mathews: j ,g Happened
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are playing; in the Flora I' ,.
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week. i .... ;;: ',' ,'; q
I, BHS Bandmaster Elden W.i a ;, "'
Mathews is attending the !I 4/
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t '.'... : -q Freeman Register Jr., Mrs. : .
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,:Bantam. CagersTo Ii --, :Many a. (true word is spoken in jest. and
this lithe l cartoon certainly portrays a not-
Practice Mon. ,. I S1E so-funny incident, (that happens 'all too oftenin
this 'da'foreasy' 'transportation to the big

{ ,.. f 1 First basketball practice team of the will Bantam beheld 0 0 city: shopping Enters. We all know of in-

,I Monday, January 8, at stances.6T friend, or neighbor' wfio has come
Y Yny .I from' out-iaf.tbwn tour onlyto
back shopping
4 p. m. at the Pratt Street n '
i a Playground. find that the same article could have been
I"" All boys 9-12 years of age : bought'r gh't' l liege a\\ home for: the same
;City And County Both Need who are interested in playing 1 amount of money-or even less! Maybe this
\N -: on one of these teams should ; hasn't just happened to a friend or neighbor
be at this practice. Any adult! it has happened to !
:| To Strengthen/ Their Zoning Procedures perhaps even you J .
interested in coaching one ;
There is a good lesson for all of us in the
1 -. .', these teams should call the i -
The recent instance. when property by the County Commission. The;;I Starke Recreation Depart-I -= little cartoon-and we should take it to
J owners on Westmoreland Street objected county does have a zoning law "of]!i ment. i heart especially now that we are entering

.l : to moving into the neighborhood sorts" and the Commission;; some time! upon a brand new year. ,. :

some buildings obtained, from condemned ago appointed five-man. zoning board I, -- -- I I How do like dress Alice ? This is the last in the series of Trade
,1 J property along U, S., 301, points up. This grpup, has not been active, how-! you my new At Home that we, the businesspeople
the need for more attention to'zoning ever, largely because there are no enforcement -: WILLIAMS i i Bought it yesterday out of town, f or of Starke, have been bringing to you
regulations, both the and in the law
on city. county powers present / I $5 h If the usual I the for the past 20 weeks. It has been a pleasure
J levels. and little can bd accomplished without only a cost t, man
JEWELRYREPAIRS to visit with you each week in this way and
J In this particular instance the build- such "teeth." 1' .. irp.,what.t in the world is so funny ? discuss with you someideas we had con..
ings, while not attractive in their Present For instance, the law says that the Ii cerning ways and means of cooperating to
state (see photo above), will be im- Commission can regulate auto junkyards ; WATCHES-DIAMONDS i i iI f make our community one that will be more

proved, it is said, by the property own- but gives no authority to require All Work Guaranteed ; pleasant and profitable for all of us.
ers who moved them there. Whether permits for such establishments.I
\or not they will be an asset or a detri- Until building permits are required on> A. C. Williams I'I'il
ment to the, neighborhood after they the county level the zoning commission: 142 W. Call St. I During the past 20 weeks :you have seen many of us modernize our
I are improved,' remains to, be seen. is powerless to regulate, since an' auto il: Starke, Fla. ,1 stores, both inside and out; expand our stocks of merchandise; tram our
I But the danger in allowing unre- junk yard or any other undesirable sales people to be more helpful and courteous; through the cooperation .
; stricted moving of buildings into the structure can be erected and in".opera-t rJTh- I of the City Council, we have offered free parking on Saturdays}; and 4x 1 ,..;; "'

{ 1#community, or from.one location to another tion before a member of the board i through,the Chamber of Commerce we offered additional hours for Christmas .
: within the.. city, lies in, the fact knows about it. I ID shopping, and special events to make the Yule season more entertaining i.
'.-that there is no compulsion at present Alachua County requires a county: and attractive in the shopping district. ...

.. on the mover to improve the structures building permit at a nominal fee of'$5, ... RMI. I II All of these things have been done in an effort to show you that i.<
.' so that they conform with other buildings and this is the only way that a zoning NEATa.57aRKE FLA. Starke merchants are progressive, are taking a new interest in buildingup
1 in the neighborhood' and. do not board can enforce its regulations. I I qur community as a trading center, and appreciate your patronage '1. ,
I! downgrade adjacent property, such as The owner of a $15,000 home certainly -1 1I You, in turn, have responded by making a sincere effort to fill your r n
I the more modern home seen at far left deserves some protection from SUN., MON., & TUES. I needs in local stores before buying out of town or ordering from a mail
i J in this, photograph. having a dilapidated structure draggedin | JAN. 7-8-9 order catalog. This cooperation between buyer and seller resulted in a
{ City Council took a belated look at under his; nose, and we hope that the; DOUBLE FEATURE busier shopping season in Starke than ever before and our merchants ,
t the situation, after the Westmoreland City's proposed new ordinance will 11 I:"Come September"I will undoubtedly be encouraged to go forward with even greater plans

Street complaints, and Tuesday night prove effective. Likewise the County r\I\: i 1 for improvement and expansion in the new year. AIn
I asked its attorney: to prepare an ordinance should find out what procedures are The Wonderful closing this series, we would like to recall the ancient fable told
: tightening up restrictions on necessary to require a county building I 1 by Aesop, about the little dog who went trotting home one day with a
moving structures into the city, or permit, and proceed to' obtain such a Country nice bone in his mouth. But on the way, he saw what looked like a much 1 7 ;
: from one location to another within the law (if this is required) at the next Plus Cartoon i iI juicer bone in the bright mirror of a water hole-his own reflection, of
J city. The sooner the ordinance is legislative session. WED.-THURS. I i course. He turned loose the bone he had, grabbed for the reflection in the F'
5 adopted, the better it will be for all con- It is too late to correct many mis-;:;! JAN. 10-11 : water and wound up with no bone at all!
) cerned. takes that have alreadv been made.Taut DOUBLE FEATURE : There's a good moral for all of us in this little story. Sometimes we
e Zoning on the county level is also a the sooner the regulations are tightened roam far and wide searching tor "better deals" and thereby seriously
: pressing need and has been discussed the fewer mistakes we will -haveto Legend Of The Lost! undermine the economic structure that supports our own businesses and

: on several occasions in recent months regret in the future. I -PLUSThunder jobs, our fine schools and churches, and all the other elements of our well-

-. .;'',:J. In The Sun I ordered way of life. _
In this community-right now-we could be enjoying much greater !.
mlHovf\ Long Can .Duval County : :1 Plus Cartoon '
J '_';' P': ',' prosperity, much finer social and civic facilities, if we had just kept CHARNEY WILLIAMS
: -e- ,'. FRI.-SAT., in our local economic bloodstream all of the money we have put into the Williams Jewelry
Of U. S. 3Dl?
St Improvement JAN. 12-13 upkeep and upbuilding of larger neighboring cities in the past. That is

DOUBLE FEATURE I Ii the thought we would like, to keep with you in 1962-and all the years ,
I The Road Committee of our Cham- ers have made no attempt to hide the i I
to We thank
"*ber of Commerce has its work cut out fact that they take a dim view of improvements -I Lord Of The Jungle !. come. you.

.for it during the next few months and to U. S. 301. -PLUS- f

.no one should be lulled by a "taken for Unfortunately, under the presentcountybycounty I PollyannaPlus
;granted" attitude that the Duval County system of obtaining -
: Commission will of its own free will rifrlit-nf-wnv- -* ---OJ for--- nrimarv roads.., Duval----1;j Cartoon- FREE. PARKING EVERY SATURDAY ..!
I__ provide right-of-way for improving County, by obstructive tactics, can hold 1 j. ,
:U. S. 301 through that "orphan area" .up' improvement of the deplorably bad i;
: :lot southwest Duval, between Baldwin stretch of 301 between Maxville and( THOU6HYOULIVEINOROUTOFTOWN
and Maxville. Baldwin, and every indication is that
i The Duval County Commission has they intend to do so as long as they can ,
get with it.
followed a traditional pattern of op- away ( '
:position to U. S". 301 dating back at Twenty-five years ago, Starke .and\. LETS {wpONIN \
:least 25 years; long before the popular the other towns and cities along 301[ FLORIDA PEST CONTROL GEM JEWELRY

route had a Federal designation and didn't let the Jacksonville delegation! BEATS .

t :was still known as. State Road 13. go unchallenged. They stood up om BARKSDALE'S ANDREWS DRUGS
In 1936 a delegation from Jacksonville their hind legs and yelped abput it.1 <
: met with the State Road Board Delegations rode from Fernandina to[ -lr- .
.with-the avowed purpose of halting con- Fort :Myers and organized a massive i l ,--.., .._ T.H.SLADEJACKSON DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
':stmction of the then "missing link" of motorcade to Tallahassee to promote'r

:Road 13 between Baldwin and Calla- the completion of the 23-mile "missinglink" LIMITSNOTICE BUILDING SUPPLYMITCHELL'S NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY
han. The Jacksonville big-wigs insisted that had been left unpaved, '
." that the Road Department abandon thanks to Jacksonville's influence: ;)although : :
:improvements of the "missing link" it had been on the State ,Road DRUG STORE COMMUNITY STATE BANK of STARKE

.and spend the money on the proposed Board's preferential list for 13 years, I II I

:cut-off. from Maxville to Jacksonville.One The time has come again'for concerted -! RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP ,
: Duvar County Commissioner action. If Jacksonville interests are! G WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

I .said then that "If this strip of road successful in stalling off the acquisition'of I : STARKE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
:(between Baldwin and Callahan) is right-of-way for another year,i To Customers PRIEST'S
.completed, Jacksonville will._.become chances are that 301 cannot be improved -' I
nothing but'bypass, and 'would dose between Maxville and, Baldwin;) NASWORTHY FURNITURE
:thousands of dollars in tourist business during the Bryant administration, for;: We Have Not Moved STARKE RECAP CO.
annually." these projects take time to get going.i! Same Location, Same ;" AND APPLIANCES .

: It &Been a bitter pill for Jackson- After Bryant, there will be another:; Personnel f WILLIAMS JEWELRY ",
Jvillet over the years to s.ee U. S. 301 Governor- conceivably one from Jack-! BULLINGTON STUDIOBRADFORD.'BUILDING

(old. Road 13)) gradually Improved and sonville and it would not require a .. .,
I 'growing' in popularity until it is nowwie crystal ball to imagine the fate of 301 ,Dependable SUPPLY FRED'S MARINE CENTER ,
of the heaviest travelled Federal after that. I

'(I highways. in the State and Jackson- What fs obviously needed is some of GAS SERVICE EAGLE'S JOHNSON'S FARMERS .
;)ilI s interests are still fighting it. Only the old fighting spirit of 25 years ago, SUPPLY :
recently they have .renewed;, their ef- and it is up to the Starke-Bradford KOCH'S DRUG STORE. ._;:"
torts to get'U. S. 17 improved north of County Chamber of Commer e-'to provide i -1' Bottle STUMP'S FLORIDA THEATRE .-

;Jacksonville. and Jacksonville newspap the spark. ,, Bulk, i .. 1 ,


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1. > Escapes Negro Arrested I! Two Jailed I Homesteaders UrgedTo j r.e ion Post the post next Tuesday. first became popularAp*

I "After this supper our time pearing in the film are the
; On Shine Return
ChargeA and energy will be spent on headlines who perform
Fires For Taking Off Sets Drive
Application FormsI the many Legion programs, nightly at the lounge-Joey
Starke Negro Frank Eu- including child welfare, youth Dee and the Starliters, and
II Cold gene Jones, 20, was arrested With Truck TV For Members
Bradford County homeowners programs, veterans assistance, the twisting Peppermmt
Tuesday, Jan. 2, 'by Alachua "
etc., Commander Bishop
are urged by Tax Assessor II Loungers.
County deputies and State Two members j' a band of
From Pate 1] Beverage Department agents gypsies who stayed at Moody's Gene Long to return American Legion Post 56 said. j Miss Campbell a native of
will hold its annual 100 Jacksonville, plays the love
their homestead exemption per I
Trailer Park w-st of Starke
who destroyed a 1,200 gallon :
of the third call Wed- applications to his office i cent membership supper for Jo-Ann Campbell interest opposite Joey Dee
S. R. 100 for several weeksare
r capacity moonshine still which en
January 3, at 7:45: p. they said he was operating.The I in the Bradford County signed as soon as possible. Legionnaires and their wives To Be Seen In .
the home of Leroy
"Prompt return of the i at the post home next Tuesday CHURCH OF 6QD
held in the jail charged: with forgery and
Negro was
who lives off S. will night at 7:30: o'clock. Film At Florida
II. signed applications spreadout t
Wednes; removal of property under
Alachua County jail
about a mile east of the work load in this Bill Graham, chairman of 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship.
day on charges of possessingan lien, Deputy Sheriff Dolph I
just inside the city Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn
office and also ensure that I the food committee, said that! Jo-Ann Campbell, youthful ,
Reddish said.
illicit distillery, fermenting I :i 11 a. ra. Sw layEvening
ing Worship
the I will be served ;
Frank Small arrested in nome owners will receive supper I recording star and niece of "
mash and moonshine.The
i had just lighted a raiding officers dumped I Madison this week, is under I III benefits to which they are 1 promptly at 7:30 and each Maj. and Mrs. Harry M. Service, 7:45: p. m.

heater and apparently, bonds: totaling $1,000 for writing entitled," Long said Tuesday, ]Legionnaire is asked to bring j Hatcher Jr. of Starke. will be I p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday,
onto the ground 1,200 gal- II
said, let in too much ]his wife date and be thereon 7:45: p. m.
et lons of fermented mash which o bad checks for a televisionset : January 2. Those who had or seen in "Hey. Let's Twist! at
started the blaze. Ac- and other items. Nalor homestead exemption last 4: time. the Florida Theatre next i
were ready for distilimg into
to Buford there was moonshine. They also con- Email, arrested in Quitman,I year should have had their Past Department Commander Wednesday:! Thursday, and I
little damage other:'dili.n new applications in hand by J Jess Davis of GainesFriday.. This is the first film :
I fiscated 60 gallons of moon- Ga., is under a $2,500 bond
:I chimney. y shine and a car usd in the for leaving town with a truck Tuesday, Long said since 1 ville will be the speaker. He in which she has had a I 7UtIS,

operation. purchased at Noegel's Auto they were mailed Saturday, ]has served actively in the speaking as well as a singing'

Sales for which he had not December 30. J Legion since World War I on part. 0

i To Buy" Automobile finished paying. Based on the maximum various committees, department I The story was filmed in c:

I Stolen Reddish said he is still evaluation allowed by state J chairmanships and as New York's now-famous Peppermint 666

Feet Of Found By DeputyA I seeking two more members of :aw, $5,000, a county resident Department Commander. Lounge, where the ate

the roving band in connection could save $206.25 by registering Commander H. A. Bishop twist, the newest dance craze, I

Fire Hose 1956 Mercury stolen from I I with the truck, and TV set 1 II! for homestead exemption .Jr. announces that the post : -

Terwillegar Motors on New I while city residents could ]has exceeded its membership :
bought at Dahmer's Gift Shop REMEMBER THE "GOOD OLD DAYS"?
A't From Page OneJ Year's Day between 1:30: and I on East Call Street. I J save as much as $281.25, Long drive goal with more than 315 The tent rhautauquas, the silent movies and !Model T
4:30 found out of I I stated. However, the assessor I members enrolled as of Tues-
p. m. was According to the deputy, the Fords .
to a new owner in the near gas on the New Kingsley Lake band used: the septic tank said, it i is not necessary to I day. i!

( ) I City Surveyor M. G. road at the Bradford-Clay business as a front. Numerous sign a homestead exemptionwith District Commander Leland : AMERICAN MEMOIR
said. the if is BUM of Ocala will also visit '
I county line at 3 a. m. Tues- persons, he said, try to take ; city one signed

; ( ) Light Plant Superin- day, Jan, 2, Deputy Sheriff advantage of unsuspecting I with the county office. ; Recaptures the moods of the last sixty years with numerousprobes

( : ) I Merrill Dees permis Willard Williams said. business Applications may be mailed
people usmg some CLASSIFIED into the past. Dr. John Dodds holds a mirror to
to purchase as much red- He said the culprit enteredthe I back to the assessor but no
I as a front. Tunericar
and reflects feats
( ) ( ) i AD RATES : our and foibles.
i as is needed to repair building through a brok- "What makes it so bad is application may ibe filed later "
( ) ( : ) I wooden water tower on en window. The car was seen they can easily get what they UP TO 20 WORDS :

( ) I plant grounds. Dees es- in Penney Farms at approxi- want. People seem to fall for for receiving home- : THURSDAY 9:30: P. M. vNationalVUFTTV
the repairs will cost 7:15 Monday night Reddish stead exemption is that the ONE INSERTION .93
( ) i mately : most anything, ---- I \ Channel 5 *NElEducational Television
applicant his home
I I $500. with a young boy driving. No stated. The Sheriff's Bureauis I 2 Insertion same ad __ 1.50 !
( ) ( ) I be living in it at the time he
: a free parking space further description or trace of still'looking for a man who I

( ) i police on the corner of the thief has been found since,. cashed a $400 check in Lake tiles Ihe application. He must 3 Insertions same ad __ 2.00 I
also provide proof that he
I in front of City Williams said. City, put a down payment on
( ) ( ) head foes own his home. Each word over 20 ____ 5c GLASS That's Our Business"If
automobile left town.
Ordered that all police- The was a 1957 Cadillac and I
( ) ( ) be bonded to protect the ed back toward Starke when The deputy also said the I It's Glass We Have It"

( ) I while the officers carry the deputy found it while two men in jail have no iden- Youth Claims 25c EXTRA CHARGE FOR I I CALL WRITE or VISIT

( ) I duties. working on another case. tification at all and he has Wreck Caused KEYED ADS OR ADS NOT FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
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dol P. Kinchen 16-year-old Gainesville Up to 50 words 2.50 (NOT INC.)
I Moss could be costing you hundreds of ------
youth, Charles Reaves, claimed Each word over 50 ___ 5t "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co"We
Don't take Chances.
in loss of nut production.
Of MelroseI a hitchhiker he had picked Design' Modern Store Fronts

I us for FREE ESTIMATE. I up near Jacksonville hit him I Just Mail Us A Pattern For
I FLORIDA PEST CONTROL Posses Tuesday over the head causing him to Table Tops
wreck his mother's 1962 Chev- I 5c Per Wore!
1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
rolet Tuesday at 2 a. m. near
E. Call Phone 964-3965 Cleo Patrick Kinchen of Kingsley Lake. !'

I Lake Santa Fe near Melrose
The mishap occured on S. R.
.'I after
died Tuesday morning
230 as the youth was return-

I I a brief illness. ing to Gainesville from Jack- 1 1 1

Mr. Kinchen was born Nov. sonville by the way of Starke.

ALVAREZ 68th EST. 1894ae 18, 1895 in Lawrence County, According to Bradford Deputy

Georgia and lived in Jackson- Sheriff Willard Williams the

ville for more than 30 years boy claims the rider hit him on 20 Words or less, one time ______ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c per wordIf

before moving to his home on the head and knocked him out, not paid In advance ----___..___ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words nnn 2.50

I Santa Fe 12 years ago.veteran He was of and when he regained con- Keyed or Blind Ads ---=----____ 1.00 Over 50 words ______....._. ,'__..'n.__ 5c per word
an accountant, a
sciousness the car had been Each additional' word 20 _______ 05 ___
i World War I, a member of the over Display ads In Classified ___ 1.50 per Inch
wrecked and his attacker had
Baptist Church, and an Odd-
lied. FOR RENT-Efficiency apart- IMPORTANT. IF YOU PLANto IT'S A FACT-Employees are
fellow. Reaves was turning off the ment nicely furnished. Hot enroll for adult classes reg- entitled to Chiropractic care
Surviving are.his wife Edna old lake road onto S. R. 230 and cold water furnished. ister now.. See display ad for under Worksman's Compensation -

Clyatt Kinchen; one daughter toward Starke and the car Adults. Phone 964-5144. Mrs.A. schedule. Laws. Request Chiropractic -
I Mrs. G. C. Peebles of went F. Sauls. 633 McMahon care and enjoy the
on the road and
I Jacksonville Beach; two sons, across St. tfchg LOST-In the vicinity of short routq to recovery Bol-
hit the
embankment the
10 DAYS ONLY JAN 5 THRU 13 CASH ONLY I,, Marcus A. Kinchen, Miami, west side of S. R. 230. The REGISTER NOW. ADULT keys Starke on two small Oldsmobile chain. Reward.trunk N.linger Walnut Chiropractic St. Starke.Clinic Open 426

and Wayne T. Kinchen, Jacksonville front end of the automobile Evening Classes. January Rev- W. A. Fox, Lawtey, Fla., evenings. 2to 1-11

I ; six sisters, Mrs. C. I was damaged and the. steering through May. Enroll Adult: Phone 7823123. Itchg
NEW FALLFLORSHIEM : B. Alma Ga. Mrs. 0 Education Office. Rear USO ,
Ramsey, ; column knocked loose from its Bid?. FOR RENT TO COUPLE -
I E. M. Kersey, Royston, Ga.; moorings. The boy said he held i. FOR RENT -House trailer. small house reasonable. Can

Men's Suits SHOES I Mrs. Mary Clark, Daytona the steering column With one LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE- Can be moved to own lot. J. be seen at 334 N. Thompson

=w Beach; Mrs. Addie Hart, Miami hand and the wheel with the Completely furnished [6 B. White phone 9641651. I St. 4tp 1-18
apartments] double 2tchg 1-4
Mrs Nettie Clark, Jack- I garage.
; other and drove on to.
REG. I 210 N. Cherry it.I .
sonville; and Mrs. J. S. Morris Starke where he contacted Enjoy a home plus income. FOR SALE -Several differ- SES EVENINGS. MONDAY
$29.95 Value Now $24.94 19.9 TO I of Davenport. Williams. See J. R. Bullinffton Owner. ent kind of baled hay Clover THROUGH THURSDAY. All
Funeral services were held I tfchc and grass seed. Also 100 ft. High School subjects. Busi-

$39.95 Value Now $32.94 23.95 'I at 2 p.m. Thursday at Hard- I lots fronting Highway 16. J. ness Courses. Conversational
age & Sons Riverside Chapel I "Come September", FOR RENT-Small furnished : B. White phone 964- 651. Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.
I house. 409 S. Cherry St. $40 4tchg: 1-18 Testing services. White stud
Now with Rev. W.
Value in
$34.94 ,
$45.00 i To Play At Park per mo. See Andrews at An- ents: contact L. H. Gibson.
B. McCsary officiating. Bur- I PARAKEETS FOR SALE
drews Drug. Itche USO Bid*. Office. Neero stud-
$59.95 Value Now $47.94 I ial was in the family plot in This Weekend"Come $1 each. Also* restaurant ents: contact Prof. Eddie
Riverside Memorial Park. I EARN $30.00 to $40.00 a weekin equipment.!: Earl COP.*.. 727 S. i Tbomckins. RJE High School.
$65.00 Value Now $49.94 I vour spare time openings Epperson St.. Starke. 4tp 1-25 tfchf
September," starring now for capable ambitious

:I Negress Arrested Rock Hudson, Gina Lol- women representing Avon RUSSIAN [ELEMENTARY] FOR RENT- unfurnished 3

lobrigida, Sandra Dee, Bobby Cosmetics Write M_. Mabel and Conversational Spanish bedroom house. Completely
HUBBARD NOW M M W -$1594$ I For Stealing Gore. Box 3617. Gainesville. offered bv Adult EducationProln"am.
redecorated inside.
Darin and Walter in
Slezak' is
Give directions to home. Enroll now. Classes -
C vour desirable. Apply W. H. Nol'man.
\ : -
Welfare Checks the .
DRESS PANTS hilarious romantic comedy 2tch 1-12 to start Jan. 8. tfchg
which will screen at the Park
Crosby Square Shoes I i The Bradford County Theatre Sunday, Monday FOR SALE WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE I I
$6.95 Value NOW $4.94 $13.95 VALUE i I Sheriff's office Wednesday, and Tuesday, January 7, 8, block cones, fence posts sand NO PAY. STROUT REALTY. ''

$7.95 Value NOW $5.94 : January 3, reported the arrest and 9.Filmed. cement. mortar mix. rock steel. J. Hansen, Rep. 5 ml S. of ;& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
WHILE THEY $Q94 : of Carolyn Tyson, Starke in Technicolor on oyster shell limerock. and roof Starke on U. S. 301. Phone 710 Lemon St. Palttka.

$8.95 Value NOW $6.94 LAST \f I L Negress, on two counts of location at the Italian Riveria ffravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg 468-1766. Waldo. tfchj Furniture Repaired, Up.

I $10.95 Value NOW $7.94 j forgery in the theft of welfare and in Rome the picture includes Bradford Engineering Co. holstered & Rcfinlshed
$11.95 Value NOW $8.94NOW MEN'S GREAT ATLANTIC ; checks. such vistas as the FOR SALE-Circulatinjr heater Only.. F. T. D. Florist In Starke. MATTRESSES REBUILT
:, Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish oceanside resort town of An- with fan. 75.450 BTU $65. Fl \'ers wired any place. Flowers -' New Innerspringsand

$12.95 Value $9.94 DRESS SHOES : said four checks totaling ata Margherita with its mililonaires' Used 2934 one year. Phone 3tn 969-1-18 for all occasions! locally.' Box Springs

TOP COATS $14.95 Value NOW $10.94 $181 had been stolen from villas, one of which Phone 964-6291. 509 East.
Drop U A Card or Call
i the mail box of Victoria was used by the wealthy ADULT CLASSES. HIGH Nona St. tfchg
Shower Proofed $16.95 Value - NOW $12.94 $8.95. Value Now $6.94 : School diploma. PALATKA EA 5-9168
Progress at
Barnes, an elderly Negro woman character played by Rock
$22.50 Value ALTERATIONS FREE who lives in the Pleasant vour own speed on your level. FOR SALE-Coleman kerosene STARKE 964-5934
I Hudson in the film. Also
heater like Holly-
Enroll now. Adult Education space new. I MRS. PEGGY SHALLEE.Starke .
Now $14.94 ; Grove section north of Starke. shown in the background is Office. Rear USO Bid?. wood hea-3 board, book case. Agent
All Hunting Clothes Reddish said the woman receives Lake Albano at Castel Gon- 426 N. Walnut St.. Phone 964- i

: two checks monthly dolfo, summer residence of GOOD USED Ranges and refrigerators 2881. UP
25% OFF which are mailed In the same Pope John. at ericas you can i MECHANICAL DRAWING,
MEN'S at!?rd. North Florida Supply. LOST One 2 dollar an3 50c Woodworking, and Shop
$8.95 WASH & WEAR i envelope. In each of xour 412 E. Call St tfche old piece [looks like penny]. courses. Monday evening 710.
S Sport Shirts I thefts one check was removed the county's three forest' If found return to Mrs. Jesse Enroll now.

Dress Jackets Wool Shirts Now $5.94Value j i and the envelope resealed and towers. By months, the 1961 '' FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished Chastain. Sentimental reas-
'I' Ito PRIEST has openingsfor
placed back in the mail box. garage apartment. ons. MAMA
totals were: Phone 9644921. tfchg several children beginning -
NOW REG. ROBES $12.95. Now $9.94 The elderly woman apparently Jan., 4.33; Feb. 5.83; I WANTED Listings of all 2nd semester. Phone

$4.95. $3.99 $6.95 Now $4.99 thought the state March, 307; April, 4.63; May' FOR SALE; 3 1-2 HP Outboard types of real estate. We attract I 9649374. 2tchg 1-4
$24.93 $18.94 was not sending the checks motor $60. Combination buvers from Coast to
2.72 June
I ; : ; July, 10.87
$14.94 $3.95. $2.99 $2.95 I ;anti she contacted the welfare ; Washer and Spindrier $50. Coast. United Farm Agency STOP-READ THIS
$19.95 Aug. 14:03
: Sept. 1.97 Oct.
office in Gainesville. ; 1105 W. Madison St. Ito H. G. Bellinger agent: Phone If vou have thought about going -
$16.95 '- '. $13.94 1.99 Flannel Shirts Now $1.94 I .73; Nov., 3.87; Dec., 1.57. 9642881. 426 N. Walnut St. I into your own business
said investigation -
I The deputy
FOR RENT Rngsley Lake 4tp 1-25
$15.95 S11.94 I revealed two of the' .
I checks were cashed at department ": CALL FOR BIDS Well heated. Available to FOR RENT Furnished apartments S. 301 & SR No. 16 is now
ALL OTHER JACKETS SLEEVES SHIRTS AND DRAWERS ; stores in Starke. Sealed bids will January be received.3, 1962 June 1. Phone 964-4201 or Reasonable. rates. Near available.
REDUCED *'J' the Board of Bond Trustees, by of 964-0741. tfcher shopping center. Phone 969- We are flexible. Call me and t
$1.95 Values the City of Starke. Florida at 2011 or call at 213 8. Cherry' let's discuss it. WM Stewart.FR .
$1.59 each 2 For $2.94 Rain INormal1iDuring the City Clerk's office in Starke.,I' HOUSE FOR RENT-2 bed- St. [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg'I. 6-5631 or FR 2-0110,
HANES REG. WORLDOVER Florida until 7:00 o'clock P.M. room unfurnished. 1024 But- GalnesviUi. tfch
$1.00 i on Tuesday the 13th day of
ler Rd. Phone 945685. BUSINESS SUBJECTS OF-
SHORTS or T-SHIRTS - NOW 79c1.45 VALUE 7967 and February place all 196%bids. at received which time will 3to 1-18 fered by Adult Education Program I WORTH THE TRIP

I be publicly opened and read aloud Wednesday, and-or Mobile Homes Always
,Boys Pants 6.18 $2.94MEN'S Ii I I on the following: HAVE TWO OPENINGS Thursday evenings. Enroll i -
MEN'S IVY LEAGUE REG. $5.95 Bradford County had a total Twelve months supply of fuel ONE FULL TIME AND ONE .no I below market, and clean.
oil, approximately
140,000 to PART TIME WITH 92 YEAR I
TRENCH COATS i of 63.92 inches of rain 110,000:; gallons No. 2 Desei! LAKE GENEVA
during 1961-about 10 inches Fuel Oil to conform to specifications TRAILER PARK

$8.95 Value Now $5.94BOY'S j i: more than the "normal"average leum Institute.of American Fuel oU Petro-must 2.46 PER WORK.HOUH. AVERAGE MAN OR 2 furnished.bedrooms, lights and Bulling water 1 mi. SE of Keystone HU.on ...

for this county, but not have higher sulfur con WOMAN AGE 35 TO 65. InQuire Route 100
REG. TRENCH COATS tent than i% by weight. The ton Studio or 321 West Madi-
REG. $4.95 TOP VALUE CHINO $3.95 : 16.22 inches less than 4960 cetane number must be a minimum CAR NKCPstciARY.: WRITE: son St. tfchg -

$4.95 Value Now $3.94 :. when the county total was of 45. All bid prices MR. OFFEND.: 650 W. r TARM19Lulpment'
Now $3.94 WORK PANTS Now $2.94 I inches. must be based on JacksonvilleTerminal PFArrHTRFV ST.. N. E- ATLANTA bedroom Fos!
price plus freight, 8. GA. No. 1 one
June, July, and August were less contract allowance. Rtha 2-1 apartments for rent. W. H. ?lowing -
7BOY'S SUITS 8 to 15 I the year's wettest months, The said Board of Bond Trus- Nollman 510 N. Cherry. PlantingINDUSTRIAL
tees reserves the right to accept tfch
EARLY Were 15.95 NOW $11.94MEN'S while September and 'October or reject any or all bids. PEYTON FLORIST
SAND i BOARD OF BOND 119 s. THOMPSON ST. Equipment For Every Job
the "-lest.
I were OF OF BE see WORLD
$3.95Pajamas I The year's averages are STARKE. FLORIDA' NIGHT 564-381 iw 969.1622 BOOK before buying any encyclopedia. Superior..Tractor Co.
10 DAYS ONLY Now $2.94 Pr. J figured by averaging the amount By: MERRILL Clerk.EDWARDSCity DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS M. A. Payne your

j recorded at each of 1-4 :t 1.11 We Wire Flowers Anywhere local representative since 195*. PHONE EY 3-8772
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Notice Is Hereby Given that Starke, Florida, Intends to THE RIGHT POINT for the
the undersigned desiring to register the said name with the fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and BAYLESS HIGHWAY Evening Service 7 p. m. Prayer -
engage in business under the Clerk of the Circuit Court or way yea write. Como ta and
r fictitious name of NORTH Bradford County. Florida. children in Macon Ga. CHURCH SCHEDULE meeting Wednesday 7 p.
FLORIDA SUPPLY, at 412 E. C. W COLSO Owner LAWTEY Mrs. Mamie Andreu and Sunday School. 10 a. m Wednesday cteet you favorite ESTER-
Call Street in the City of 12-20 4t 1-11 Vasco 11 m. Choir practice BROOK Fount*!* Pto. TELEX
daughter-in-law Mrs. Morning Worship a. m.
Andreu of Dade City arrived ANc Training Union '6 p. m. 8 p. m."c. GRAPILNOTICE

By Enza Blanchard Monday to spend a few days _.: :;' ,', <. .,:7, ','.' : ', ,__ ..:_ ...,,_ztr' ____h'=-__ ___ "" _,::'_'_' ,- c ,- jI'
with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish '
.TYyyywwy yyyyyyyyy, .

\rIT Holiday PersonalsMr. The Lawtey PTA will meetin

and Mrs. Charles Tyn- the school cafeteria at 7:30p. : !

dall and sons of Tangerine m. Tuesday. All members

visited Mrs. TyndalTs parents especially parents are urgedto By G. T. Hugging
j GROCERY and MARKETHalf Mr. and Mrs. W. B. De- be present.At .

vine. Budd Devine. also of The Churches County Agent :
Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301
Tangerine spent a few days I Grace Methodist: Church
OPEN 7 DAYS -- 7 AM. 11 P.M. with his parents and returned School, 9:45: a. m. Morning EXEMPTION
What You Do In 62 think will be welcomed by all Every person who received HOMESTEAD ,
with his sister and brother-in- Worship, 11 a. m. Mrs. Fox
Will it be in a forward direction hog owners.
I 'aw with whom he is em- will speak on the subject or falling a little Soon as we have the plan last year will receive the renewal APPLICATION -

ployed.Mr. "Ambassadors for Christ. The for will be after Jan. 1st PLEASE
backwards? Agriculture in action you hearing through the mail shortly ,
and Mrs. Roy R. Red- monthly fellowship dinner will
about it.
Bradford will not more
dish of Webster were holiday be held in the parsonage at stand still. Cold Damaged Plants SIGN and RETURN as soon as possible, either by mailor

R.guests Reddish of his and mother other Mrs.rela-V. 6"The p. m.Will At of 7:30 Augustus: the Nash movie We have been reviewing Things to do now with in person, if by mail and you desire a receipt, enclosea

1961 for a few days now and cold-damaged plants like
will be shown at the church. self addressed stamped envelope.
tives.Mr. collecting hints for progress shrubbery and young citrus
and Mrs. Ernest Wil- Everyone welcome. MYF each
can be suggested in three
year. We had a good year
12OZ. PACKBlackeye liams and son and Mr. and Wednesday at 7 p. m.
T-Bone with: who desires the EXEMPTION for
or Mrs. Edward Allendar of Lake I First Baptist: Sunday 1. A good record Agricul THING. person

Peas City spent part of the week School 10 a. m. Morning tural Conservation program. Before you attempt to the FIRST TIME must bring his DEED or CONTRACT -
with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest Worship 11 a. m. BTU 6:30p.
Sirloin Steak This includes the feed grain prune you want to be sure recorded in the
and family.Mr. m. Evening Worship 7:30p. : program and the farmer par- how severe the damage was. (proof of ownership) properly

and Mrs. Buris Silcoxof m. Prayer Meeting each If cultivate records of Bradford before Jan. 1st
ticipating in soil building you or fertilize public County to

c LB 79cI I guests Freeport of Rev.were and Wednesday Mrs. L. T. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. I I and 2. maintenace Highest income programs.from new, and growth you will don't be want encouraged this.- the Office of Tax Assessor in person to sign the application. -

children. .
The to do is add
I strawberries since 1949. This only thing .
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pear-
was more than 200000. water, if needed to maintain
MAXWELL HOUSE i son and Donn spent the weekin 3. A record flue-cured tobacco good moisture.
COFFEE. 'I lb. tin : 69' South Carolina They yield per acre. About January 8th-The End"For ONLY persons who reside on their property and in

: snd\isited aunt.Mr.Mr.Pearson's and Mrs. W.uncle B. By Mrs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1.200 pounds per acre in 1951 your intial ACP requests good faith make the same his or her permanent home
A A.AAA. and over 1,800 pounds that you need during .
Limit 8 With' $5.00 Food Order Nabors in Simpsonville and acre in 1961. per the first half of this year. should apply for this exemption.
Mrs. Pearson's Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones
PET M1LK8f0 - $100 brotherinlawand and 4. The biggest and best Major practices that should
sister Mr. and Mrs. C. family and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward County Fair in nine years. I !interest you are: Liming materials -

GA., RED .. R Mozingo.. H. C.in Wainwright St. Stephens.Mrs. has. Christmas Norman weekend all in spent Lees- know this because January 1, grass pasture maintenance TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE personal property

for! burg with Mr. and Mrs. Thur- 1953 was my first day with and establishment, mailed this time. If be
TOMATOES 25c returned from a few days' you. This a result of greater and summer legumes cover tax returns are being at we can,
man Jones and family and in
visit with her parents and Oklawaha countywide interest and par- crops. Come on in before of assistance to with these forms please feel
her with Mr; and Mrs. any you ,
son Clyde and other relatives
-I ticipation. It was also a real January 8 to talk about this
*" Herbert Norman and .
PURE LARO3lb..3 39c in Bartow. C. family.Mr. result of the leadership and program. welcome to call on us. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Massey and Mrs. H. Morris. hard
) McIntyre
VEGETOLE With $5.00 Food Order and children of Quincy spent Tommy Crawford and little
SHORTENING 3 lbs. part of the holidays with the Miss Beverly Crawford all of this serving with as the Fair cooperation Manager. All of 1 We will appreciate notice of any change in your.. property
59C Jacksonville were visiting "Faithfulness" was the
A. E. Massey family and the Commissioner during the
of Agriculture past year.
Mrs. watchword
Riley Dixons. I Sally Crawford over the adopted by the
II I weekend.Mr. Doyle Conner and Market Gospel Tabernacle
JIM DANDY Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrickbf I group at
and Mrs. Bill Haas Manager J. R. Wainwright the first meeting of the new
Tallahassee Mrs. Claudia
5 LBSGRITS\ or 2S iC Strickland of Gainesville. and family are visiting rela- making available to us the year Tuesday night. THE HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS AND
space and building
Miss Mary Julia Futch of tives in Winter Garden over we. used.: Among the visitors to view :
MEAL It was also a result of theCity

VAN CAMPS No. m Cans Tallahassee Futch., Miss Elizabeth Mrs. Terry Joyce, the weekend.Mr.. and Mrs.. Robert Bowenwas working and hard County to people the Year's oil day were painting Rev.on and New Mrs.i TAX RETURNS MUST BE TAKEN CARE
help get
Terry and Ralph Futch en- visiting Mr. and Mrs.; W. L. Nofier of Reddick and
4 for
PORK &BEADS 99C joyed Charlie Bowen in Palatka things ready. It was also made Chaplain and Mrs. L. H. Lewis -
a family dinner with

ROYAL Mr and and family Mrs.in Starke Benton Sunday.Futch over Mrs.the Sally weekend.Crawford was possible and business by other interests company in our. Base of the Mich.Murtsmith Air Force OF BETWEEN JAN. 1st. AND APRIL 1st.

LONG 51ba. Mrs. Frank Wells and visiting relatives in Jackson- progressive program. .
RICE -What
dRAIM 59c do we want? CEMETERY
daughters of Leesburg were ville for a few.days last week. We WORKING
want to continue
SMOKED SMOKEDPICNICS guests of Mrs. Effie Miner Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones gressive program with agri There will be .an all-day

during the week. On Saturday and family were visiting Mr. culture the leading industryin working at Dyal Cemetery on I '

BACON they visited i Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Forrest Hall and OUR COUNTY. We, want Friday Dec. 5. Everyone is invited ASSESSOR

Lonnie Roberts in St. George family of Yukon-and Mr. and to PRODUCE to come and bring toolsto .
and to receivea '- --
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Mrs. Lonnie Elkins and sons work - -- -- --- --" -- -- -
fair with. -
LB. 290 L13. 39c Ga..Mr. REWARD. __ .for labor rOt ." ," .... t'- -
,. of 'L
and Mrs. M. r. Turner Orange Park over the '
capuai. ana errort invested. = : ; :.r: : ; J : 41 :
--....:. --- '' ..... ", v,ere,New Yearjpeekend..guestsof weekend.We Time To Take Stock I r. -- .G : :; :-:=
: FRESH GROUND Mr. Turner's brother-in- are sorry,to see that Mr. Right now this weekend i "
BEEF LIVER BEEF law, and sister. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Johnny Cowart and would be a good time to do a FLORIDA BANK AT STARK
Gordon Bridges in Monroe- son have moved from our !little' reviewing and plan- .. I
ville Ga. community to North Carolina ning if you need to. STARKE, FLORIDA If,I

IBS. $100 'LB. Mrs. O. J. Phillips her sister where Mr. Cowart will be emI I 1. Do you have a good record '. .. !''j'!I

3_ 44c Mrs. Addie Hinote of ployed. : of your 1961 business? STATEMENT OF CONDITION I
Tampa and Mrs. Bill Ga skins Also regret to report that Tell you about a good record ,' j
and son left Thursday to visit Mrs. Ruby Glisson is in bed book later. ,
2. Don Guess SOIL ,,;.,;, Condensed from Report, to Comptroller:. n

TEST.: If you want to namea I
few of our farmers who rate December 30, 1961

the top of -the list, you will

Fr AREA BUSINESS find that they have their soil ,1 "\ <( '," '
tested each year. Soil testing ", ; I" .
4 .
DIRECTORYPOWER does not cost-it pays. The I '.' :
only thing you must do is ask. ResourcesLoans

about it. You bring us a sample ,
SAWS or we help you if time t

Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co. permits. and Discounts. 1,554,454.22 .
Mauldin's 3. Lime and fertilize according -

LARK ANGIIAENGLISH Inc. MoCULItOCH to test. If Calcium Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 10,390.89
Auto Glass FORD and magnesium are low you : 4-: ;
need dolomite. If phosphate '
ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFESGUSON Future Banking Site 36,600.00 '
COMPLETE. STOCK CURVED-' Authorized Sales & Service"Complete Nl ii1-USa SAL has built up in your soil, cut
Service fa* AU. down at next fertilization. A 473.18
GLASS Prepaid Expenses
Slakes" Farm Equipment And SERVICS( soil test will tell you these \ \

Windshield & Door. ,,,Glass. 4-. 506 E. University Ave. Tractors things. Accrued Interest Income. Receivable .24,044.93: \
Replaced In Any Make FR. 2.4251Gainesville FR 6-4385 Florida Saw Co. 4. Disease and insect control ,

Car Or Truck Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville:, is mighty important. U. S. Government Securities I '
FB 6-1411 Proper use of materials is demanding 1,976,688.86r..
We Handle Safety Glass GARDEN SUPPLIES 2533 N. B. 16th Dr. lots of attention. Be .,
FE 1-2558 Gainesville> ] sure you have right material: Florida County & Municipal Bonds 449,664.08I

1314 S. Main Gaiaesrille COMMERCIAL Johnson & Paris, use right amount and at right

REFRIGERATION Inc.Complete time.Well { Other State & Municipal Bonds 107,837.62Cash
I there is always a way

SERVICEt I Line of SPORTING GOODS to do different. Many, times, I on Hand & Due From Banks .,.. 402,215.75 2,960,451.24
& -
-- -
AUTO SALES Refrigeration -SEEDSPLANTR--- ---.--- we already know about it, but .
FERTILIZERSInseetieldes we just are not doing it. A
Service Co. pet Supplies This Area's Most Complete Lire little more planning might TOTAL, 4,562,369.53

t IMPERIAL CHRYSLER- 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' of Sporting Goods at pay',off.
''., PLYMOUTH -VALIANT Sidney Leopold, Owner 224 N. W. 8th Ave Two, Helpful Publications

lAuthorized Sales Pub CommereUl RdrireritlAn FR 20476Gainesville. Jimmie Hughes, Inc. Any person who makes out : Liabilities .

ServiceHawesPowers Air Conditioning Fla. Farm Income Tax Return '. .
Fricidaire Ice Maker HIS W. University Gainesville should havea FARMER TAX .

I LADIES WEAR GUIDE for reference. It may Capital Stock ,
Sold And Serviced Anytime ',' 150,000.00
remind of deductionsthat .
you ,
Gainesville FR 2-8392 Cherry's I
x Motor Co. SHOES 'you have'overlooked. We
Heights FR 6-7700 jtainesville's Most FashJonibla Surplus 275,000.00 : ,
FR 2-2561 have that GUIDE free if you ": -.. .
Address For Ladies
204 N. Main Gainesville Undivided Profits 41,895.82
I. Bob's Shoe Store Then if you keep a good record ,
Used Cars 312 N. Uain CONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES : during 1362 your next

FIt c-3W 105 W. University. G&1neavilleMOVER Shoes for The Entire Pam) tax return may be easier. We Reserve for Contingencies 156,283.96 623179:78; : :
have such a record book also k '
CONCRETE: PRODUCTSARE Reserve for Taxes, Interest Etc. 33,560.71
LINCOLN MERCURY THE BEST FROM Gainesville CHARM SET FUR WOMEN A visit a post card or a :
I telephone call 9646761. asking Interest & Income Collected Not Earned 45,247.14 p
", IIlacEdwards MayflowerLOCAL INDWELL FOR : for these two publicationscould
Authorized Salts Building. be one of the best things :
Deposits ;
Bags Millinery
AND LONG you do to, start off the ,NEW,
> Parastained Supply, Inc. 21 W. University, Gainesville YEAR: '

MechaDlea.QM4 725 8. Main -'FR 2-4844 Storage DISTANCE And MOVING Crating Hog'Cholera Program ,'. TOTAL -. 4,562,369.53 J,

\ Used Cut \ Gainesville Ha. Gainesville FB 1-522 Sometime ,in January we
YARNSTOYSTime expect to'receive information

Barkley Motors I MUSIC SUPPLIES for launching a program to ,
ELECTRIC MOTORS i eradicate the most expensive
615; N. Main Gainesville
Lillian Music Store to.Lay-Away ,for disease of hogsCHOLERA.: .

Electric Motor tnesTffle Leader" ,Chriitmu .This.wjll: be a,program of FLORIDAi
\' )LltSWAGEN' Since IUJtnUK.VER Interestg an hog producers.

Sales _..' Service Parts Repair Co. WINTER- Jack and Jill ,The "program will''need the

OF GAINESVIUE. INC.MOTOR CABLE help of all persons with hogson t ,
Open Tin 9:00 On Friday their farms but we : :

Miller- .t own Motor' I, COMPIEfE: : ,FT.ECTRI CHORD PIANOS ORGANS- PIANOIW3ANS-$1591375Guitars i Yarns.A -Complete NeeclewerkNoUeI Line Of after falling and injuring __i_ IJiUL ,iri&Tii< ::

1 Drums Sheet herself. We hope she win
6 SALES AND SERVICE Music !Instructions One of 30 banks of the Florida National Gro up* Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
s5se ', -Distributor of soon be up and around again.
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4 Budgets Toys ,Games DsHs -
1030 E. Unliersitr'Ave.Games New, Lincoln Moto FR5911 Hobbies Mrs.. H. H. Lewis! Is home
FR 2-8318 from the hospital and is reported
I. 112 $. E. First GaJnesrffle I 625 W. U1 vera1tr. Oa1ntmDt
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ryyyyyyyy vYYYvYv1vTyKEYSTONE 1 TYYYTY'SIGHLIGHTS' ' 1'1'YTYTY' : ness only twelve members Priday, Jan. 5. This will bethe fAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA yer, recording secretary: Mrs. .
FIRST METHODIST daughter of Miss
Athens Ga.
KEYSTONE answered roll call. first regular meeting and Dock L. Tison, corresponding ,
CHURCH Doris Seigler of St. Petersburg !
1 After a few announcementsby the association will meet MELROSE secretary; and Mrs. R. P. MELROSE -

KALENDAR the at 10 Vogh, treasurer.Mr. and Miss Norma Jean
the president, program t thereafter a. m., every ;
Sunday, 9:45: a. m., Church'' Seigler of Houston. Texas.
was turned over to the pro- Friday morning. Members are and Mrs. M. D. Hoot
K Schaeffer
By Mary i By MrsAlice Rothhanmer4AALAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAA t of Riviera School for all ages, 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Grout
gram chairman, Mrs. Zee asked to bring a sandwichfor Beach spent Christ-

IAALAAAAAAAA. hLAI1AAA&L1Post 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Thursday Jan. 4 Tolles. Program theme was lunch. Ever/ Woman who mas with Mrs. Hobt's parents. I Youth Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m.,' and Rebecca Brantley were
Of flee.: Business Booming bert's parents. The party was Duplicate Bridge; 10 a. m-, "Garden Resolutions for the belongs to the ,Country Club Woman's,Club Plans Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Farrell. Wednesday 7:30: p. m.. Bible !- and business Starke visitors in. Palatka

Postmaster "GIadysT' 11S held 'at the Wallenius homeon Woman's Chlb.Community New Year" especially prepared should be a member. of this. Civil Defense Program Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson Study and Prayer Meeting.' recentlyRev.

and her crew of hardworkIng Lake Geneva, on December Church: Choir fcv tM Executive Board and association, and ,is asked to Lt. Cot Harold Ashley, I and children of Gulfport I -Rev. Ted Springer. pastor.METHODIST Frank AJams.:! retired
Practice,'1SO: p_m. Standing Committee Chair-, Attend.Wiison. : visited Mrs. Johnson's mother i missionary of Manitoba Canada -
allies ,have. $u.rvtved.a. 27, with guests coming Deputy Wing Commander of '
other Christmas s seas6n.'- ana !' both in the afternoon and in DeMolays meet, !7:30: p. m. men. Chairmen were then Gets Appointment the Civil Air Patrol of Florida -'I Mrs. Joe Hanks. 'II CHURCH died at his trailer homein

Masonic Han. asked to sta+p. what their Local patrons of the Key-' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Samson Grandin on Monday, Dec
they are I feratef ul to all the the efening.About 150 ,persons will be guest speaker on a MELROSE | 18. He is survived by his wife.
town who the 'Friday Jan. 5 duties fe the coming: year, ftone: Barber Shop won't be the and family of Sarasota :
good people of the in all called to meet Civil. Defense program at Rev. !
Mrs. Adams. of Grandin
Women Goifers Association visited Mr. Samson's Kenneth W. -
I' would mean to them. ,seeing William P. FKoonl parents, Griffith
donated good. food to bolster Lamberts who moved to Key Melrose Woman's Club meet-
Keystone Country Club Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Samson. pastor. j and a daughter. Mrs Lesley
One work The name of Mrs. Margaret Wilson around the shop fora !
tjieir strength. can stone Heights recently from ing on Wednesday, Jan. 3, in Anderson of Canada.
10 a. m.Rotary. 'Pater Koon i JVIr. and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
so mochmoreefficient3y; with Atlanta. Ga.. when Lt. Cmdr. was brought before the while. This is because the club house. Mrs. C. L. i I :
nibble jbn.,They Club Luncheon crab time for Honorable has been appointed Barber j spent Christmas with MrsCrawley's I Worship 11 a. m. Holiday u-ell-wishers who
to club all
something Bass, president,
lambert railed to active i
was MYF railed at the Weldon Brantlev
approve' of'the folks who 12:15 noon MiSoniclIall. mention bpcauip!' of the '!rood Inspector for the North Flori- father, Mr. Weeks, and MCF 7 p. m. i
also members to attend this Important -
fliitv at the NAS 'in Jackson : home :Mrs. Williams -
Duplicate-Bridge Club, 8 II in Fort Walton I Evening Worship 8 were Betty
p. m.
sorted .their:'Christmas cards -,- work she' is din: in Junior da ,District of the Barbers'Sanitarv meeting.A Beach. p.
ville. 'm., Wo n's Club. Mr. Prayer :Meeting [Wed. 7:30 Doris and Norma Jean
n and Mrs. ]
E. H. :
according to destinations i in Garden dub wnrk. in connection Commission. His ap- luncheon will be served Ewing i ,I'
Mrs. WallPniiu] ;; was assistedfn 1 Seigler. Don Seigler. Johnnie
; Ja'n/7 p.nl.
Sunday spent the |
stead' of ,themin with Future Home- ,Ointment became effectiveas holidays with Mrs.Ewing's .
Just dumping Allen
at 12 with Mrs. !
: noon
? wpnarmg atvl serving: the S I I L. Mikell. Jimmy Rye. and
in "the
Attend your church brother-in-law
: makers. of Jan. 1, 1962.We congratulate and
the chute. Graham. :Mrs. Cecil Hook,
William RPv- j TRINITY Mrs. H. A
bv .Mrs. EPISCOPAL Grainger
TO/H ,
Listings elsewhere in sister 11
a. m. Mrand Mrs. S.
There exchange of him his position. R.
For the was an : on I
period beginning Mrs. R. P. Hauls, Mrs. R_ H.
Fl'lhprstroh.trl' CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. John
nnlrlc! M><'! Jack MELROSE : Herring
this column. Beull in !
Monday, Dec. 11, until Saturday Tfo ines for woarins! edible A.-; of now. no one will"' replace Kelley Mrs. J. B. Lackey,1 Pensacola.Mr. '
'\ ';. ,Tobn vijason and Mrs. CommunUy thurch! Young and Mrs. Sundays -10 a. m. Church and daushters! of Gainesvillewere
plants flnwprs. ppeds. and htm in the shoo but there Gilbert Reed
Dec. 23, at closing Mrs. W. E. Moore. and Mrs. '
T? A. Gaunt.: People meet, 7:00: p. m. educational f and children i I School. 11:45: L m. Morning: holiday visitors at the
visited Mr. and
of first- traits found in Florida gardens will still be three barbers:
time 56,709 II. C. Segur hostesses.
pieces as
'rhnc: Who irrcfd cilPsts; at building. Mrs. Cesler i I Prayer and Sermon i First.. home of Mr. Herring's! mother
class mail "went or erowin!? wild in :FratikJones.. Clarence Ashley, Brannen in Lake
through Keystone Officers serving with Mrs.
.h tfnnr and' rHnp'f them tO Monday Jan. 8 our'f City and Mr. Sunday, Holy Communion 8 and sister. Mrs. J FHer-
Heights': of- nar of the state, This and Leamon Ward. and: Mrs. Lacy '
tiny post : Bass for the club
'tee} *t ''h."p WPTA Ys.1rb' : Community Church Boardof year. Green in Macclennv. I p. m. Episcopal Young Church- ling ant: Mrs. Callie Rye
? remind ttw memWrs of the CBvtnn Fowler member of
o a
fice. [
Maybe we'll have a new 62. are: Mrs. L. R. Nicholson,
fort Hpnrlrv Mrs, Frnfp Wio>- Trustees, 7:30: educational Mrs. Bun-von Kelley visited] ) men. : J. C. Weeks and family of
Ole, by next Christmas I tiatnral abundance of -Floridagardens. the .Oklahoma Legislature, arrived vice president: Miss Iva Hill-
p"pn. Mr<: Trunk' T1" n. and building. Randy Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy leyWest have returned
last Thursdov for a Wainwright in Keystone -
Monday, Dec. 18, the biggest .. .
Mrs. .TOP ]> nr>T. Krnip Wideri7hth'"v'man General meeting Community Communion. home after spending the
Heights last .
day, 7,600 pieces of first class At the 'Clo. e 'of the meeting. 'visit 'with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Friday.Mr. !
wren was in Churchwomen, 7:30: edu- The Rer. Millard H- Brey- Christmas holidays in Grand-
mall went out. "Mrs. HanJenbereh. assisted Hand. Mr. Fowler is from Boohers are Mrs. Morgan's and Mrs. Kenneth Davis I
as1st1rnr Mr Wal', 'nius in cational building. and children of I fogle. Vicar. i in where they were guests of
Augusta.S. .
Of course first-class mail riv'co-hostesses Velma LaMee Hollis. Okla.. and he is Mrs. parents.Mr. .
nr"mrinor for the party. Community Church Board Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Gornto
is only about half, the 'work. and Florence Harris, served Hand's uncle. and Mrs. T. W. Whaley C.'isited Mrs. Kathy .yvvwyvvvvyvvvvyvyyv
ThP T.qmr'! dauehter.rmnch cf Stewards, 7:30.: educational ] Jacobson in Other visitors
During 'the abovementionedperiod ; refrh'ments.t. Mrs Gertrude Shackleford and two children and Russell Gainesville and holiday in

16,172 second-class M'ics c; fplp" amhprt. prved bulJiin'. 1i. 'WiJlfarn'! Tetn-Agtrs il GyinpgvWe) Dent Christ- Deegan Jr., all of St. Peters Mrs. O T. Robinson Thursdayand Grandin were Lt. Col. James
to HIP piipsts. Besides Catechism St. William's'Children Friday.Mr. GRANDIN I r. Sikes and family of Augusta -
pieces were sent out. and 24. fold Ooen House mas with hpr snn. Don. and burg. spent a recent weekend II
all: trip guests from Kevstone Grades 1-6, 3:45"p.: and Mrs. Walter" Brin- Ga., and Mr. and Mrs H
628 pieces of third-class mall, Frirtav pvpninsr. Dec. 29. til? wife and children: at their with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beas- I
Heights! and Melrose. Lt. son spent the weekend By Mrs. B. Sikes Jr- and family of
as well. m.Art the Masonb Hall was the Kvstonp Lake home. ley. Mr. Whaley is Mrs. Beas- with Rebecca BrantleyAAAAAA I

And don't forget the pack- Cm dr. Lambert's Co-pflot. Lt. Class for youngsters, scene of festivities when the .Miss Jean Morris of Ros- ley's brother. and Mr. Deegan their son and daughter-in- AAAAAAAAA Griffin, Ga.
Ted Levy and Mrs. Levy from 3:30: p. m., Dot Newman's.Art law, Mr. and Mrs. AA&AALIHoliday i
ages that were sent during teen-agers eroiro from st. wril. Ga., sment Christmas Is her nephew.Mr. Lafayette Your Grandin news reporter -

this Christmas mailing season Atlanta. Ga. were also on 'Class for adults, 8 p. William's Catholic Church with", Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few and Mrs. M. L. Beasley Brinson in Jacksonville. visitors in the I received a very painful

Go. soak! your feet girls. hand to enjoy this lovely m-, Dot Newman's.Instructions held open house. Teen-agers and fa.milv. Miss Morris Is jnd daughter Marian spent Ernest Moore celebrated his home of R. L. Seigler were I shoulder injury and also a

Reception HonorsNewComers narty. for teen-agers, from Kevstone. Melrose, Mrs. Few's sister- Christmas with Mr. Beasley's 12th birthday with a party at his daughters, Mrs. Carlton sprained wrist", as the resultof

Mr. and Mrs: Bachmann 7:15 1:: St. William's. Starke. and Macclenny were On Thursdav. Dec. 28. Mr. mother. Mrs. Ruth Beasley. his home. Quick and children of Davie a fall several days before

Hold Open"House Lions Club Dinner"meeting, Mr and Mrs. W. W., Addison Mrs. Betty
Williams and
hand to enlov the fun. Jack and Mrs. Garlon Collett and I Christmas.
Lt. Commander on and his sister. Mrs. Exie ---- ------ -- -- n .
and T
Robert E. Lambert rs. On Thursday evening, Dec. 6:15: p. m. Masonic Hall. Reid demonstrated the tech- Mrs. Glen Morris of Roswell. Raulerson, who live in Monti- I and family spent last I
'were 'honor
28, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bach- CAP Cadets, 7:30: Skytel. jiinue emoloved 'in doing "The GA. arrived in Keystone Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. For
guests 'at The Best Deal
given Jan. 9Woman's AnywhereSee
entertained about 75 cello.Mr. L. Henderson and family in
mann also
for Twist. There was a session Heights to spend a and Mrs. Hal Hand and
\ Mr. and 'Mrs. Club Business
guests at house in their Jacksonville.Mrs. .
open of the "Hully-Gully. few days-with Mr. and Mrs. daughter spent Christmas in
Char1 .
.Walknius, Mrs. Lam- lovely home on Lake Geneva. Meeting 2 p. m. E. W. Steinert is on
_7'- 'The hall had been decorated' Bill Few. Mrs. Morris Is Mrs. Plant City with Mrs. Hand's
Sunday School Executive by some of the boys and girls Few's mother, and Mrs. Col- parents and in Leesburg with the sick list. i

AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE Board meeting, Community with red and green crepe pap- lett is Mrs. Few's sister. When Mr. Hand's parents.ST. Mrs. Christine Lassiter of I ROBERTS'
Church, 7:45: p. m- the Melrose Beauty Salon : CHEVROLET
er, and there was punch and the visitors returned to Ros-
964-2600 Mass at St. William's 7:45: !
spent the holidays with
cookies in abundance. well on Saturday. Joan Mor- ANNE'S EPISCOPAL

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home L,. m. Chanerones included Mr. lis returned home with them, CHURCH. KEYSTONES friends and relatives in Miami.,1 AND OLDSMOBILE'
I Masonic Lodge 8 p. m. Col. and Mrs. R. H. Kelley
and Mrs. Harold Button, Mr. after spend Christmas in J
De\Vilt ,C, ,Jones Registered Funeral Director 1n< a'Ys-9:30: a. m.
Meeting of WMU First Mrs. are home after a brief stay in] AUTHORIZED DEALERPh.
'Starke Fla. and Jack Reid Mr. andMrs. Keystone Heights. School. 9:30 a. m Morninfi:, -

Baptist Church. Lou Boudreau, Mrs. Lena David Schaeffer went to ,Prayer and Sermon list Sunday .. the ,Navy Hospital in Jack-
RENTAL Scouts meet 7:30
p. Clemens, Mrs. George Schaeffer Jacksonville on Dec. 26 for a. Holy Communlonl. a p. sonville. 3033 Green Cove
Springs Fla.
Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches m. in educational building at : Miss Jackie Stinson of -
and ,Ed Conneen. Mr. few days "with his friend, m. Episcopal Young Church-
Community Church. Conneen took pictures duringthe Mike SiprellevjjOn--Saturday, men. Gainesville spent the week'

Wednesday Jan. 10Men's evening. Dec. 30, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holy'Days -' :30 a. m. Holy end with Mrs. Gus Clcen. t

Home Night Owl Bowling New Years PartyGiven Siprelle brought David and Communion. Mrs. Andrew Taylor is home THEY'RE BACK!
Improvements League, 7"p.. m., at Bowlero By Two CouplesMr. Mike to Keystone Heights after a brief stay in the

Start 'm Qainesville. and Mrs. Dick Sunder- and Mike remained for a few. Third_ Wednesda.ParW1 I. Gainesville Medical Center.
Church Junior Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30p. : The STANLEY BROS.
Episcopal land and Mr. and Mrs. Ever- days visit with' David. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook of
Choir Practice, 7:30 p. m. m.FIRST S Tyty, Ga. visited
ett Fox were joint hosts at a For those who ,have won- Mr. and Mrs.

"Episcopal Church Senior New Year's Eve party at the dered \tthois building that attractive R. M. Cason Christmas Day. And The Clinch Mountain Boys

Choir Practice, 8 D. m.Cottage Sunderland home. Each guest house directly 'behind BAPTIST CHURCB- Mrs. Cook is the former Miss

Grayer Meeting, received an amusing hat as the home 'of Frank Walrath 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Walker. OlTyme Country MusicON

7:30 p. In., Community he arrived at the party. There Sr., we have" the informationthat J. R.,Smith pastor Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires THE

Church 'parsonage.ThUl'Sday. were delicious canapes and Mr. and 'Mrs..Earle Alls- Copeland, Minister of Music and sons of Tallahassee spent

-S Jan. 11 everyone enjoyed dancine. house and '.ughter from nd church organist. the weekend with his parents, JIM WALTER JAMBOREE
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I Duplicate Bridge Club. 10 "The Hokey Pokey" and'"The.I Pittsburgh Pa. will own and Servkes: Sunday School 9:45: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires.Mr. .

a. m., Woman's Club. Bunny Hop" seemed to be the occupy it."Mr. Allshouse is a ] a m. Morning WorshIp 10:5ft: and Mrs. Carl Ford 9:00 A. 51. Sunday WJXT-TV Channel 4

I I most popular dances of the cousin of dfcarence Sipe of *. m. Training Union, 7fld: ( p. spent Sunday with Mrs. Ford's
Community Church Choir
WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR Practice, 7:30: p. m. evening. At midnight, Auld Keystone Heights. m. Evening services 8:69: p. brother and sister-in-law Presented By

AND OUT-DOOR Lang Syne was sung, and: Mr. and Mrs. Olen Alls- m. 'You are Invited to share Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ver-

FIXUP. DeMolays meet 7:30 p. m., everyone had a noisemaker.I house' of Pittsburgh, Pa. spent family Prayer time with us. muelen, in Middleburg.Miss .

A: B. C. Finance Masonic Hall. -After that, a' delicious. buffet the Christmas holidays in Linda Keene of Maiden -
.: .. _._- _'__-- supper was served by the [Keystone Heights with Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH Mass. has returned home
.FREE ESTIMATES hostesses. Allshouse's brother and family KEYSTONE HEIGHTS after a visit with her grandmother -
The Bachmann home was
FHA Girls Enjoy Party the Earle Allshouses. Both Dr. A. C. felt Minister Mrs. Lee Parker.

Phone 964-5291 beautiful with Christmas On :Tuesday evening,- Dec. families enjoyed Christmas Airs. :J1IiJ nes L. HetheringtMi. Bobby Shanks of Earleton,
lights the outside and
Complete Line of Hardware i Christmas on decorations on the 119, the girls of the Future dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Organist and Director. who was home for the holidays Jacksonville. Lake City Gainesville OfaL Bruns"Irk, Ga.

,'Hqmemakers blub of America Clarence Sipe. Richard Bushman Tooth Dir. visited Bvmyon Kelley. .

inside. Louis Kyle presided enjoyed a Christmas party in Mrs. Leo Oakey of Newton Sunday School 9:45: am..'I

Bradford Building ,Siurolv at the punch bowl:Wd dispensing the Home Economics Room Mass. arrived December 20 to Morning Worship 11 a. u.

witty remarks hiimorous at Keystone 'High School.Each' spend Christmas with her Young People"7'p..m.
anecdotes with the punch. A 'S I KEYSTONE 'H1GHT! .. MELROSE
301 E. Call Street sumptuous buffet-supper--was girl brought a date and friend' Mrs.- Alma Frost. On )1
about 15 couples enjoyed January 2 'Mrs. Oakey moved INSURt4NCEAutoFireCasualty
laid out on the long dining
dancing and delicious refresh into one of the cottages at
table. and this included bits
ments. 'White Feather Court for the DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE
Bonds' andAllied Lines BUSINESS
of Mary Smulski's .famous
Lee Sutton Celebrates
'Winter, because she likes Key- '
Polish sausage. [We know On 'Saturday evening, Dec. stone Heights.Dr. 'Reynolds Insurance
how to say it, but we can't
30 Lee Sutton
was guest
spell it!] Everyone had a and Mrs. Charles Booherof Agency '
a birthday party Winifred H.CRAWFORD
wonderful time. New Castle. Pa. spent W. L. ReynoldsPh. .
fiolUMtME, given for him by his parentsat Years I I
Christmas and New
Mrs. ,Johnston 2442 701Heights
; I IKnoj the Sutton home Lake Co.
on Wheeler Service
Honored At Tea with Mr. and Mrs. Donald KeystlU Fl,. San Lebrydo
Keystone. It was his 14th nero Real Estate Bilker _
Morgan and two ons. The GR 5-2401
Mrs. Ruth Johnston was birthday. About 27 girls and < Lumber Co. Lake Pr.perties Acreage _
1 f
the guest of honor at a holiday boys enjoyed dancing games between Keystone and Melrose "Ranches BusIncMCity'
We Specialize in Custom
tea given for her by her and delicious refreshments servicing both areu Home RenUJ
\ ... I Attention ''Livestock Producers! ( Cut Extra LengThs _- _
... cousin. Mrs. John Bird, at which included a large birth S WASHERS !hterialt "We Take A Personal Intwwt

the Bird home Saturday day cake.Holiday i S TELEVISION In Your Requlremen'tatlMidway _

: afternoon, Dec. 29. 'Party At OgiesbyVDolores I If 'you have hogs or.- p.- S ANYTHING ELECTRIC Cement Mortar llix- : Keystone Height _
Sheet Itock
; Mrs. Johnston, who comes to Oglesby, daughter 'rattle to sell. .new or in / $ all work servicing >telro eIliwaj
: I Mill oo By* 'U-u Middklmrg,,
Keystone Heights from of Mr. and ,Mrs. Ted Oglesby the future u pleas ,contact o. 'satisfied customers 21-Open SI1AU11-

.....vKbW1I \' ', :: Youngstown, Ohio, is a guestat was hostess at a:holiday'party !I : one' of the buyers '.,, since '47 I Phone BU 2-5272 GR 52931RESTAURANT

\ White Feather Court. on Saturday evening, Dec. 30, I at Copeland Sausage .i-" -.____ ,I >

Other guests at the tea were' at her home on "Brooklyn : Company and give them. : BOATS I JMILLWORK I .

[ ) Mrs. Margaret Tracy. Mrs. Lake. There "
were games'! an, opportunity to buy'COEL'AND i S _
Camille Stewart. "Miss Anna "dancing, and refreshments. : your; livestock. The.BOATBarn I Keystone I

McCullough, Mrs. Clarence ,Guests: included David! Millwork

Sipe Mrs. ,Lutheria Ilorsf_ all, Schaeffer, George Leath.! OFFERS YOU MELROSE GR 52711NRUDE Shop Sleet Your frieod

Mrs. Halle Whitmore, Mrs. Eric Redfearn Rodney Paul t CABI.YETS DOORS atLawrence's

-Eulia; Walker' and her -mece.Mis."LUcI11 Herbie Nelson Jr.,Kenny Terrell. S 4, 'BIG ADVANTAGES! WINDOW FRAMES _
Potter,'and Mrs. Leols and Viola Rid- SCREENS Dinette
Alma Frost and her guest aught Kathy Williams, Ruby' 1. Cash market; every day. SALES ft Trim 3Ut. rils COLD BEER GOOD FOOD

She- knO\\S"\; HOW Mrs. Leo Oakey. Lane Smith! Harriett HarP rJ SERV1CIFLOI Sash Made To Order
MUCH she paid and for WHAT. 2.' No :commission. Open 11 a. m. to 9 p.,fn.

,Mr Bird was assisted in Reba Hall. Carol Wolfe Pat I Keystone Heights :lion thru Saturday

*-She*knows-WfaOM 1 She"paid! and WHEN. serving her guests by her Tiedgen Mike Siprelle. ,and' 3. Special consideration given to meat L Closed Snndaj

daughter Susan, while the tea Marian Fredrikkson. ;
S She knows WHERE she stands financially today was poured by MrsMargaret Woman's Club To Meet ,I type hogs I (IST PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's Hiway 21-Keystone Height*

and every day. Tracy. The Keystone Heights 4.L Can furnish ,hauling for sufficient Edna Williams I i

BECAUSE she pays all her'bills by CHECK. Opena Garden Club Meets Woman's Club will hotf rits t 'quantities. l FLORIST NURSERY WELL DRILLING
At Hardenberfh Home fACKAGE 5TOBB I
: ilrst meeting in 1962 on Tuesday -\
checking'o nt i in this bank NOW and FLOWERS
know The Garden Club of 'the Jan.'9. at 2 p. m. This CALL :COLLBCT'iOward,2.3011 I OPEN a&1.i2p. M. DAILYCLOSED S IS
AItheflnswei's. :ALL the time! I Fpr AH Occaaioiifl'Uelrose '
Lakes met on December 28 at win be the regular monthly i' SUNDAYS I

1:30 at the home of }&, "fend business'meeting. At the clQseof :FOR-CLAUDE', PHILLIPS, 'PRESTON POLK, I ": Phone: GR 5-2331. ., Keystone Melrose fflzhwiy ,I. WELL"7 DEILLLNO/

; Lake Geneva. cookies will be served. All '

: ; -.\ ." members are asked 'to aspecial '

: MEMBER\ F.D.I.C. order The: ,by.meeting,the president was called;::'Mri: to effort' to be on ha &1 ; Rpeland 1. Keystone I Gas Co. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR MATHEWS

,y ATrienaiy'Bank In A Friendly Community \ I Bee Cooper arid -Mr :"Flor; VToinenGolfers_ J I To Meet .5 24 HOUR SERVICE I f

ence Hams gave the invoca The Women Golfers 'Asscklailon -j PHONE 4351 REAL ESTATE I: "i WeB Drilling _
Keystone ,
Heights, Fla. tion.Because of the Keystone Country S.tJSAGECOMPANY 0 ALACHUA, FLORIDA Franchisee! Distributer of MORTGAGES APPRAISALS -

-. of extensive" Sick Club will meet at 10 a. m.:'on 'SAT-GAS Keyjtoae He&bte. Fho&e 4297 MELROSE GR 5-5101 -

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The City Recreation Center ;MoTfdav p>ht. Faithful Few 1; ,I W',: .

housed in:Jenkins.Elementary i I.Cluijr; Tuwfbv." Senior 'Choir i i : f. R c,
School.. sponsored by the City sea; ;+}C?#,' .:'rWedijesday. Prayer

af '.stark.. .,undet duet ion. ofCla r.ipf'thig."nurSdt'lY.. Woman' t,
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''ence'Willlarns,1 grateful Notre!: )11,Sior1 And Junior .,"
fdr .the eofcptjration given fcyiihe Ch pro..tice.! Friday, P r ayprSaturday I I IR9p1 ,3,'.

.})ar nis'and cfctlldjen flur-: ; t'n"ctMQ". I) ,''.t
!ng 4561; :It'is the desire: :$1 !Can.: Club- ,AJ1 members and I \o

.Jhft 'staff that. tbe.-cooperafton.: !frlt'mtp :'asked to attend ; .. j
be-Improved and 'more parents the -m .enes.fNPW y. ; Y\ I W Ca ;J I

.attend l with their children j Hope Baptist Church a T

Music* J5'proridf 4..by. .Clar- :rill hrild regular: ej'ices fWCESCOODfHRUjAN.. tl 1 (WFOiE
ence Williasw.r., f' Way "flight I fiyndav starting with Sunday j a r
7:30 to 'M'sfflJJ.' : v.withJohn'Disgs Tdi'; U4 ) : W6I
from : : : ithe'I School at 10 a. I (WHOLE '
teenagers and Saturday Jr. in 'charge. The TO'S L

afternoon from 3 to 6 for the I. castor. Rev. S. C.' ey..m I ; \ rri71I J I ''! J C AVERAGE ,A .
elementary school children.I be in charge of services.- V / : I :

AU : lldren attending T ihe ; Mrs. Glennis Soloman.,,. re- S ., '

activities': re"elc: me' to .. porter. I II .''1
select\'a lavorite! ;cord, or I Allen Chapel. Rev. L: A. L '

bring pne'
will be returned.to the i.pastoral day SundaY starting kl-/.X.r .- _. "
r *' .. .. ... j
owner when the activity is 1-With Sunday School at 9:45: ar: : ? ,. :J ,,... .
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,_ Fi1i'o 4'-.4.\-; over. I I :A:, rn'i .with Fannie Bell Fra-

Community Dirty j I t der: in charge. Morning ,ser- .
The Innual Community r i vice. I iLo e Feast. ,at 11 a.. m.i t, nflV1iiiA' 3 LBS : Of TEr fi n r UVEmm 3

Theatre .KoIiday 'Jai'ty'Wfis Holy Communion, 6 p. m. All : fb .
]largely ;attended at, 1p. m. members and friends are invited ': 3
Monday tiri the Reno Theatre j.i to attend these. .$erviees.. : WWA1 ,
It( is given annually by All members are asked to "

the churches: businesses .A- !\| please .cooperate with the \ 'fREE 3 LBS of PORK (MC PS PS 's?? CI} 1m
merican'-Legfon Post' 3'14' and ;! leaders and 'Pay dues 'for- the .

Auxiliary; and: the Carnation support of the Stewards..rnntmrymy i' FREE 3 lBS of SHOULD,(..!1 lMv. CHOPS
tyoc'ial$ anj"SaPing ,Club. I I I
Morethan 100 children at- ERE E :

teed the P4rty and enjoyed ],I I. meiniRJNE t 50 STAMPS I S 3 12 02 PKGS. FARM R CRAY FRANKS

ji 1 -movie, "Born io'. Speed." Gn.EEN .

t, tUdy' and fruit were'-distrijiktd j r" LEVEL ext RA.MERCHANTS 3 I 2LB Begs Gran B" .SAUERHRAUT
to ;each Child by.' members I I ..,. Ott-1 'PER fEHl1tY, ORDER .ina L7 W Yis

)' ht1 ?bi S' !the An>ong differentorgani-, ,thjose present I By Mrs. J. Eo McRae ,I WITH.ptPIRECODEL $5.00 fOOO y 1.9 6Z I 3 LBS of Frozen RiD Ps RCH FILLETS

to :assist vwwe,' Mr?.. L.: _' M. I!.....J..l.J.J.J..1.-.1..iiJ.J.'J.J... ,

Royal,' Mrs,- Core rw McS il, I visitors ;I 3 LBS of Frozen FA cDUr DER FiLLETS
Mrs. MargaretfDeSue.: 'Mrs. Among "the at ; '
I church Sunday Paulette i
Lizzie! Pettermau-'ahd; ClafWilhams. were ,
ence We are grate- Jcrdon of Alma..Ga., >Mr and .'..,, -- ..
Mrs./'Haggor, who recentlymoved } -
fl to These persons for their M 1 I LEAN; BONELESS OR GROUND

t\basketball v-The'heSt_ bas etba'11 2 game; and The J.errY.Bryan.Heart of "Florida's} I BISCUITS 3 as 25c

wfll be placed .' Wednesday], Youth Fellowship> ;'monthly I HEE5E lB 39c 80LO NALL25.I cBEEF STEW LB ,69c

.Jan.: i 16, when the Tigers and meeting *ffl'beJMfid> Friday, | BoJwv Special
Tigerettes meet Mebane High I Jan.-3, at the Bible. Baptist ,

Scl16bl ..of .AlftCfeiia. All welldi9hers I Tabernacle in Sainesviile.' SMOKED :LESSER QUANfiTlES) tAuf-I Lady Fair-Full Dozen
'eipe -a&ed to load [ Cars will be leaving Pine Brown and Serve z .,

your cars the s.nd'il ame and all means h&p our attend -.:.Level will! beroom Church, tor at 7p.all who m.There: want t! US. qE.3 LB G.9c BOLOGNA LB ,29 C ROLLS 19c Val. 2 for 35cSwiffs -

team:|o win. ,to :'go. G. The
Club Activities Among those attending the : V er F
Tri-State Fellowship meeting y res/,est
The Band Parents of RJE
will 'glVe .banquet in the Victory Baptist 'Church Finest
-a < >; Shortening
fat etqriuiri of rife higlischoblat :iri 1'pm. 2&, were Mr. and.Mrs. Lucian
Sartoraay. Jstti. IS.-
Conner and son and Rev.
All patrons: \ pin ity i d' Mrs; Roman rAlvarez. .i CAN ,
u\e'1 1 1u 'ere ,. Glad to
: see Harry
! operate with*?to in LIMITIWfTH C.
tola effort, by "boyink' t1clt its Lewis'out of the. hospital and s _
I back home. Visiting them,last $2 5C r- '

Ito tcUieijriJre) : raise band. k '
less I'fortunatechildren "W. M. McRae of Heilbronn H< "UP" i i'f
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get 'th 1r! .'Intta wlents. .Din- .Mrii..Dot Slaughter of Way- I ;Y :

'Lc'rs '-will"be'-deliveredIn-the .;toaSr -Oa., Mrs. Joe Tomlin- 'Polly Veacl9 Freestone jfvlves> In lIe y Syrup i, Iiii

,city, Please moue or .br its son and Mrs. J. W. McRae. ,.t...
in' ytrtr, orb,- Urs.. :'Russell Thomas was 8 J 10' Ir
NQ lQet to Auxiliary members tn JaOk onville ,on business y : rea ) l.a I

tf4.1'DSt'314: b'At: day&1' .last "Saturday E BIG \ T, CUD PKG eft.
k "B. M.> cRae. J. W. McRae C. ,..' : .",-..'.. ,.
president >\ .the- *Auxiliary,' 2 f.," .x" Y. ''<:"t.,'>: ,
Joel Jackson and-Marvin; ,J.;
r. a cSallkrembers to'plea8 -be.jtt&fch CAN f .
: -;LoyalJohnson: went fishing CJ #
lI.t S-fr: ijn. nJSihiday, .
*a the.vQulf; lust (Monday. bUt l! 11T: -2 :,'
; Jan! 1 to ..tte.nd.t. : ) \ e&of the \ s&.....FAR 1f. -
vital"ihtpm'tance it seems, like .fish weren't'biting It '. .
'as"e-tn- :
4er fhe-tiew''e r. ". All they caught was &
two tlounders. ,
Rev. and MrS" "Alphortso ton,! Coley If Alachua was ;:ORTON FROZEN ASSORTED SEGO LIQUID ,

,libme deT'I3were''happy! 'Wth: 'them lo tor,leave Thehritmas .rtilling 'his sisterMrs.. J."L. : TURKCY- [!Ei .., ..- ........ DIETARY, ASST. ;:t.;tPOT ,: .. ,...,.-... .. 1'iJ
McRae last Sunday. : : 01 .'f, FLAVORS bf" ...... ,
.c .hollda3ts .their \ \ ; If ; :
.Wr's/U. M. McRae of Heilbronn' ,mms ..;.i. .r"/' /
\\XJau; hters; M.lss.DelorJs: .YJe'nJcins.'who b.\.me\ 6 PAK rF> -14
spent Saturday withMrs : :
is in school in 'Fii.. 's::
Y -I ...,,,fo .
elphiaf. "P&.f :iasf 1S..Jki-' : s McRaCi-Sunday with .J. .. "N'''''''' ; ; : ,LBIf
.,ried",ijedoing :Sine abo the j. W. McRaes,. and R on- W' I' _J : "z"'/" t c AN
: ; :
Kh ; \aay with the 'A. &. McRaes- ;L I M'$1.4.9] f '
Joan Elaine 'tlenklnsof' ;: Awing Browning of Ft.'Devias ,. 'S..oz ffH{ ii1k..f. : DeLreca : :7cd
fl fh .pookniajv .. ,. .
( jiite > PnGS ta: -' com' ;
tayjona 4ch":. and: '.ijl air, Mass. "was visiting \U 11 jg wr.}ff' i .. :
:his parents, Mr. and Mrs.WillardjBrowTiingi. ; LIQUID DIETARY '
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illtUe nephe\\ ,'-Olen Delete!! : J ; -. R. LIMIT,
and Sttitn Jatne's! crerird.'lIlQ on' 10 Says $ ) l COFFEE .W ITH
.9fl' Z1ladelphia.} cbywfU1I ; leave., f : + FOOD ORDER

; ..;aturn: uesdaytoy; :,ye- Jt v. ?; \ '. .
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nime heir sludles altef'TiaVing : J'll
"aJuWglitf ul visit home. s 49'
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..Obituaries.ifirs. r lillili MtRClfANTS'CREEN SrAPS'. : 8 OZ''' ( '.

Eugene Jones a, well) I )*11TH nE! P:; *'UASICF'! ; CANS
-Itnowri, citizen -of Sfofke. and 'BJ\rI. J. I.1tcicklanil rOOD FAIR! QII-Pti-DAY- : ShiTAt SURF DETERGENT 59
'Bradford"County, died rues-. r 1 's ''f : : GIANT PKG
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.A V : : Lc r, c VANillA 1 :1
(!ayk Dt! 26;acid thetunelalwai 'u tR 'GBI... ii:
REG $1.7'
held Sunday in Allen May BeirNormariTls hdme tC..f
Clpd'llukch with Rev. L. i i from the hospital -and was t : .' O. J J j HOLSOM PEANUT BUTTER 2 La !AI 59:
;A- ASampson.omciating. Hough able to be with "us in all : ,

&:-Criestnut jrunertl. Borne ;phurch cervices last Sunday.. ''' I ". 46 OI
rlasI4: : charg' of arrange- JL. bus load l people from B \ ,t' .r ocal.W r A

rments Maryland who Were returning ; \
t' (- .0 .. .
John Another yell I home alter a tour of Flori q ; OUR l EVER
\ :.lennon. I 4.4EiCHA TS GREEN STAMPS ((3. k COTTON WOPS 20 69
kriowh citizen tno"\rri to'many da. 'Stopped to'worshipwith CIM VALJfe C
3 WITH 1 THZ: PU'a"HAEe GF r \. : f } y I'SBVX; ; F 77)i OZ
as "Peanut John" died Mon- ;. us last Sunday.and .we enjpy- ::s 1 Li PG: AIiEl: ? ur..t. ",+ S t ',, ; _:'.. s : -

day night Jan. 1, in Bradford ed havin&them kith US-I. : l1\CbN' ,: \., : : ; ; .... LIBBY "l LIBBY WITH MEAT BALLS.. )

touhty hospital after being Mrs. Molly Prevatt and .l.T CUI' RCC..ILAII .1.0..'ti.Y:: .
.LQRtCE : t. .,. .v-
in ill health for along time.P1meral ,I daughters have returned from fog "::P.R.S: l .'N$2 '!Iit!. : a" 1 CHili WITH' AU 240Z
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o.or. ... P. REC 9';;
services wLT 'be t Washington D. C. where they f' "f'....(Q.JLl a: t fT! _. \' P'r. ..... .;< ... /p\ BEANS IfltV CANS
held Sunday afternoon t 2 spent the holidays.Mrs. .. .: .. : ... .. -
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o'clock at-New Hope' Baptist > Louise-Smith; of Green ".'"t"_"_.:t"...".......>.IiWl'N' 1U .::- .c .,"'ft'A",,! < .. ....v,. ?...".'.'..:... ... J.. .. I i ..
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Church with Rev. L. ,W. Mos- Cove Springs and her mother- J t { **%: 1/S/ e: ;/ "
1-- $ t". : f }J i; U.S.N0.1 IRISH
ley officiating. in-law! Mrs. H; C.Smith from I ., :. :' ., '. ,
\ .
-Funeral services for Mrs. near Doctors Ihlet, viSited .. QfAt\TS GREEN #J'i A".41Po .....t'. r ? :f Po < z ,f
folks at Clay Hill Sunday 3 U'IT'T'k.- Pi'RCHsr rr .';. 4 'f. ..,>.
:;:0 ,
Monteoche afternoon. -Among the ones :} PK3: Or-12 LADY FaR. .io. t I I y f ?' ,

4 p.1'rt. Sun U y, .Dec.31, in called'on were the stricklands ':>0 "C I-'\.:'E f C"'......, :t. ,r I

New Jerusalem Baptist Aunt abe Padgett and Irene ,.. c" ', '"...'." .."', : :
Church in Monfeocha with Padgett. ;: P. 1 1-7 I .. "
'.''I ., t"I. \ ,;'
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Rev. A. Vinson had :
officiating. We just 58 in Sunday "'; f; .t-.o.'l
Burial was in the family plotn School last Sunday and the 'Ht7.'f.n- .
;: '$uda Cr&nch Cemetery. Begtnner.,class won the banner ..'IT'. .-; ij'. 7az: .- .... .. r ,. .
V. _
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mother 1 : t :
She is'the of Mrs. Mae with grade of 83. Only 18 : ; .
is B- ;'Scottfi>f, Starke.. and is turned out for Training -, :, '.
f'\"t\ :
riirgtv'ed..iayy five otheafatulhterL rAft. @ CE.; 1( ..
\ Union a few more came f MERCHANTS GREEN STA. r34 L' :
-jthfee sons and many in .tar preaching and ....communion \ ... ....!: P r-A5 l .. fi5.. Ii, ""' ..4." ..
other relatives.: service- I 13 cX ouu ASJCiT: :!) .: .
,cal (Of,Thanks We. *that' attendance .. m If! "' f\a1,. C c 3s ,!r-r.o.\t-. !..', LN! ', LB Ci'
hope ';- \ "41 -
-We wUh to express to our i, ,
:' c'i.iii ; ti
increases in all church work '" c t r. i t BAG
'kind neighbors and friends and ID09 v v;, '-"J.G, futIl. ;p \ '..\...-..: .' _
curing 1852 also
hope fMw '" I'! fGA' j
Heartfelt ihanks TiI..rlncm"l .l
our : .for their 1\\1 ""'
'do .
'that1 better
many' --expresstons-of sym- .see.-can :with ,,"'nrl .. ,
the news in the future than '
<:P&tby.by. God blew >ou ;we hate in the past But we R ,
a'IL The'Scutt family for her *
can't do much without help
mother Mrs. All Rr1 Powers
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S if jou want .to see this col-
:IitB+C$ :News
+ umn grew please make an effort -
Free Win Baptist Church
to give.-us your news. I
schedule and activities. All

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. .YY YYYYYYYTYYYYY1 family on Christmas Diy.I Wood of Brooker, Rev. Rex ot Gainesville were recent I .. -. ,
Mary Ellen and Dan Register Brookins and family of guests of Mr. and Mrs. John

BROOKER i I are visiting their sister, Brooker Bill Brinson of Val- ,Stephens. A . A you re
I|Mrs. Hazel Crews, in Jacksonville dosta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mrs. R. P. McLendon and : "

By Shirley Green I(I this week. Wood of Albany, Ga., and 'son,'Tommy, spent the Christmas FREE
I Misses Marcia, Nancy, and Sgt. and Mrs. Les Hardee of : holidays in Tampa with /
LAAAALAAAAAALALAAALAAARecent Jayne Green of Jacksonvilleare Atlanta. Mrs. McLendon's sister, Mrs. I

dinner guests of spending this week with It's really been cold here C. R. McDonell, and family. : STAMPS uOnarS
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosby their grandparents, Mr. and for several mornings and They returned home Thurs- tJ.WGREEN,

were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cros- Mrs. Dave Green. those who had to report for day. Mr. McDonald joined I
by and family of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood work found it very uncom- them here for the weekend WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howard I visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A. fortable, getting their cars and accompanied them home. NEAREST WINH-DIXIE STORE h d
Guest and family in Nashville started and warmed up. of the U. S. a ea 4I
and children of Jacksonville, Joseph Birbeck Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With 0O
and A3-C and Mrs. and
and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pre- Ga. Mrs. R. L. Black Coast Guard, stationed in I' Jan. 6 A$5.00 or more Food Order
vatt of Baton Rouge, La. I Creig Wood in Albany, Ga. daughter visited relatives in Charleston, S. C., is home for ,
Christmas Day. last Saturday. With Our Low Prices a
on Newberry
Christmas Day guests of a furlough with his parents,I : ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ed- Wesley Moody has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weimer. .
and family were Mr. and Mrs. wards and family and Mrs. St. Johns'Junior College at Joe Stephens of Gainesvillewas January6th

J. W. Sullivan and family of Lottie Edwards were Christ- Palatka after spending the a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good.thru Plus' ..
Gainesville Mrs. Mary Willis mas Day guests of Mr. and holidays at home. John Stephens on New Year's ; : .
Mrs. Harry Edwards in Jack- M. L. Johns Jr. reports his Government Inspected l FOOD StO'
of Bell, Mr. and Mrs. John .
Crews and family, Mr. and i sonville.Mr. father much improved at day.Edwin Mayton and familyof I r turkey Parts FP
Mrs. Ronald Register, and. and Mrs. Alan Mess- Bradford County Hospital. Gainesville were weekend ,
more of Ocala were guests of Louise Johns of Atlanta has
Donald Register, all of Jack- guests of the E. F. Maytons.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green and been visiting hjgr father and
sonville. Miss Deanna Conner of ,
family for the Christmas brother during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxwellof holidays. Gainesville spent the holidays Thighs, Lb.49
Charleston, S. C. were with her family here.
weekend guests U
Christmas an
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Grif-
Albany, Ga. were guests
Mrs. A. ,
her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Ifeyd Wood FARMBy fin and sons of Tampa have
I. Mann and family.
several days this week. returned home after a holiday
Mrs. Lottie Jones and Hazel
visit with Mrs. Griffin's
and Mrs. Francis Russ par-
were the guests of Mr. and and Mr.daughter of Chicago HI. [ Mrs. Eo F. Mayton] ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko.

Mrs. Mack Jones in Miami Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sapp Small 10 12 '
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.AAA.AAAAAA..A.AA AA. Lb. Smoked
for the Christmas holidays.Mrs. ,
this week. have returned after a vacation -
Ernest Russ
Bobby Dyal and children Members of the Bayless '
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescottand in Graceville. P
Charles and Jerome Highway Baptist Church : iii
Floridaare Young people of
family of South our com-
and Lenox Kelley were Christ- have completed a lovely pas- HAMS
visiting his mother, Mrs. munity, returning after the
mas weekend guests of Mr. torium for the use of their i
Doshia Prescott, this week. holidays to their various \ $
and Mrs. Roswell Kelley and minister. Rev. C. A. Crosby is '
Progressive Supper schools and posts of duty, include -
family in Cincinnati, Ohio. the pastor now, and he and
Club ] : Midshipman 1-c HenryM.
Brooker mem-
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery Mrs. Crosby moved into the _
annual Christ- Rieharde of Anapolis, Md. L.
bers held their ;
and family of Gainsville were new'pastorium recently. They
mas Progressive Supper last Capt. and Mrs. E. M. Osborne i' ,
Christmas Day guests of Mr. had a family reunion on NewYear's
Tuesday night. Appetizerswere and three children of Pease :
and Mrs. Earl Green and day, with 70 membersof
of AFB, Portsmouth, N. H.
served at the home the ;
family.Mr. Crosby family presentMrs
Mrs. L. C. Wood, who was assisted Kenneth Osborne, Universityof \
O. C.
Crosby was a
and Mrs. Charles Perry South Carolina Miss Sarah '
by Mrs. W. E. Bigham, business visitor in Gainesville. ; : ir1.5a
Karen of
and Osborne, of Florida Southern ,
iaft week and also visited her
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Jr.The salad course was servedat College. Lakeland; Mr. and Half or Whole
Christ- mother Mrs. J. L. Johns, of J
and family
Harrell on
the home of Mrs. Ernest the New River community on Mrs. Charles Osborne .And
mas Day. Edwards: assisted by Mrs. baby from the University- "" LB.Sunnylahd
New Year's '
day. .
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green
Florida Miss Sylvia Starling,
Earl Green. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Parrish ;
and son. Mr. and Mrs. Alex The entree was served at Lee College, Cleveland, Tenn.;
Williams and son, and Mr. and children of Linden, Mr. I fasten Butts Pork .
the community center by Mrs Miss Parbara Bates, FSU, Pork
and and Mrs. Jake Parrish of Win-
Wilson Green
and Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Dave ter Park, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tallahassee; Miss Jean: bugger -
daughters, all of Jacksonville, nursing school at Chatta-
W. Markey
Green, Mrs. T.
of Lees-
were Christmas weekend. and Mrs. Iva Douglas. Crosby and family of hoochee; Richard Dugger, Roast 39
burg, and Stanley Crosby
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave The members then traveledto Columbia. S. C. were guestsof Palatka Junior College; and LB. Sausage39tBob

Green. the home of Mrs. E. Klein- Miss Nancy Bates, a teacherat
Mr.and Mrs. O. C. Crosby
Frank Tinney
Mr. and Ribault High School, Jack-
man for the Christmas party .
and Louis Tinney of over the weekend.Pvt. 'I White Sliced
and sons and exchanging of gifts. sonville.TTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1'. Jumbo Chunk
Christmas Kenneth Lindsey of Ft.
Gainesville were
There were 20 present to
Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Knox, Ky., and Pfc. Corley
enjoy this occasion.
W. Markey. Lindsey. stationed in Germany -
Bacon79c 39)
Arlene Register is visiting TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNEW are at home with their HAMPTONBy Bologna"
her grandmother Mrs. Mary parents for the holidays. I :
Willis in Bell this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Martin
Visitors of Mrs. Amanda RIVER were business visitors in Jack- Mrs. D. E. Hill

Lewis over the holiday week- sonville last Saturday. 'A.AAAAA.AA.A AAAAA4
end were Miss.Iva Mae Lew- By Roy TurneriAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Ethel Crytzer and
is of Gainesville Mrs. Charlie I i daughter, Danese,'have returned Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alder 5.-Lb.
Watson and daughters of to their home in Cleveland man of Baltimore, Md. visited .: Bag j 0

Archer, and Mr. and :Mrs. Think everyone around Ohio after an extended here with his brother and I* rw tiMm Wi..DMb I .
Malcolm Lewis and family of here enjoyed the Christmasand visit with Mrs. Crytzer's sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. AttttM ToTkAM RMStttfe "wc ..
Starke. New Year's holidays. Have mother and her brother-in- J. Alderman, and in Starke I' ..aww.ro r.Rem. ;

Mrs. Don Cornwell and not heard of anything really law and sister Mr. and Mrs. with his mother and other AHrnvoS
'children of Atlanta Ga., Mrs. exciting. Most of the trailers Joe Dorko. relatives duringthe holidays.;I Oranges x Palmetto Farms Saa&;

Wilbur Thomas and son, and have left the trailer park for Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Sin- M. L. Watterson was honored VOID ARfI JAMYA \All
Misses Susan and Joanne the time being, and we miss clair and son and Erie Sin- at a family birthday ,

Wait all of Gainesville, visited the children playing in the ,clair of Moultrie, Ga. were supper Wednesday night, Jan.I
Miss Shirley Green Tues- park. weekend guests of Mr. and 3-his 74th birthday anni Minute Maid FrozenOrange
day afternoon. Roy Turner had as visitors Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair.Mr. versary. Present for the occasion -I ,,

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor I during the holidays Mr. and and Mrs. L. J. Swann in Mr. Watterson'shome I
and family of Palatka visited Mrs. L. L. Hardee of Jacksonville spent the weekend with rela- were Mr. and Mrs. Gene I Juice 5 991.so UCUU THtt OWOM K|
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd tives in Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. Failing, Mr. and Mrs. Fred- Cans 60 S&B Greta SIB
erick Watterson of Starke,
: and Mrs. Robert Hottonof At V Mb NriY .
Gainesville, and Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mc- MUHoft T.TkoM R.plos
Mrs. Michael Youngblood of Mahone and children of Key- j rAorton's Frozen Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Salisbury, Ham & Meat Loaf

Jacksonville guests of their were parents holiday, Mr. stone Christmas Heights.and New Year's CROPPED>STEAKSf FROMt J'

and Mrs. Charles Weimer. visitors at the home of Mr. Meat Dinners 2 FOR 791.orton's

Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sin- and Mrs. J. W. Horne were
clair were Christmas guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Alex Elliott and I Frozen
Apple Cherry Peach Coconut
their son-in-law and daughter of Charleston S. C., ,
NATURAL daughter Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williamsand 1
old George, and family at sons of New Port Richey so
Bartow.Mr. and Mrs. Richard 'May and i Fruit i Pie Family Size 3 fOR $1.stor
I and Mrs. Charles Wei- aaughter of Homestead. J. C.I, 5 9 e 50 6roea Sl Me.
Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE mer were weekend guests of McAlhany Jr. of Reevesville, "
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Samson of S. C. and Jan Jolly of Clearwater I Frozen aawi
964-1301 NIGHT 964.2411 Keystone Heights. visited the Homes here farad WtaYMNdt

GAS UTILITIES DEPT. Mr. and Mrs. John LeClair enroute to Furman University 10-oz i F... wum.nr s
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Teague I at Greenville, S. C. 1 Peas 5 j$1.

Mrs. J. V. Slade was a Jacksonville Pkgs.
visitor on Tuesdaythis

Rev. and Mrs. W.. P. McI I YOUR CHOICE Limit 1 at this price with Food Order. MAXWELL HOUil ASTOR
Elroy and children visited the

"Americans, I the Jack Saturday and night McElroy Mrs.Mabrys last last W.week.A.in home week Deland English Visitors were here over-and Mr.ohj at II !C 0 F F E E 1-fb.SAVE Bag 15* 5 9 l'J.J.rt[ 14V11). CaijJ 1.7 A) '-

children of Cross City. I YOUR CHOICE Limit 1 at this price with Food Order. SNOWDRIFT ASTOR
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson -
itool arecanny visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -

,rat q Hall at DeLeOn Springs
{ olkilHon- ,:, overnight last week. While Shortening595Q; ;

*' ..- there they also visited the
zoo at Sanford.
; of l Visiting this week at the

-I"J' home of Mr. and Mrs. CarlB. iPECIAL Save 8' a Can Limit 2 with Food Order ... FREESTONE

<&&ft kave overjplOOUfflon their. Beck nephew near Carl Hampton McElroy is;

l of Atala Ala. O'sage Peaches 19)

HN K Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phillipsof canSPECIAL

,..-..atJarih Jacksonville visited here
Sunday with his parents, Mr.

.. and Mr.Mrs.and W.Mrs.. M.Leland Phillips.Bed- Save 7' a Can I Limit 4 with Food Order '. STOKELY'S

'BANK enbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. K. +

/ .. B.visitors Watterson Tuesday.Mr. were. Gainesville Apple No. 303 9
t -
I c.. and Mrs. Marvin E. u c e ;

For sofet*oicrai i eanilngsi s vico Faile of Wade, N. C. are the } .. ... ...

parents of a son, John Ste-
tfesssfe cothlog QtIite'li
and t kMoee
rt J phen, born December 15. Mr.I SPECIAL Quarters SUPERBRAND
KS m mosisy in tI1elxd1. BBSS__ Faile is a former pastor of I

vbiFLORIDA qncoiffl ol OIIlbcmW l* Hampton Baptist Church.
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Notice fa hereby given that

of TlslMja the undersigned of Chapter, under Z0.9SS the, Laws pro- YOUR CHOICE Limit 1 at this price with Food Order. CHEER' ARROW J
Florida. Act of 1841. will
/eglater with the Clerk of the
Circuit Coart In and for Brad. T
ford County, Florida, upon receipt Giarfc
of proof of publication of Detergent Giant Box 59 ; Box .
this notice the fictitious name ol
Starke Radio &: TV. under whichwe SAVE 18* SAVE 10*
are engaged In business at
311 E. Call Street. >;tarke, Flori
da. ,

'. .,.. d' 1 A'.N' K.A. 1< ._ .S t .A.'RK: __ __,. _' ,_' .. Street Joe Tom Lloyd, Starke McConnehey.Rt., Fla.1, Box JJi 1%, Clark Law-
*ey. Fla.Dated. If
cember A. D. 11(1 at Starke.
Bradford County, Florida.
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