Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01263
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Grand Champion Bull fX Grand Champion Heifer It Looks Like

I warning are up in Starke this, Thanks-

ti; .Y A X' 7t giving week as Coach Dave Hurse's Tornadoes pre-

h" .r, 'j: '.' Bay High, Terry ParkerIn pare to meet Gainesvillefor High School on the gridiron
N Y C b 4 : i;.';': .. the first time in 14 years.
Bowl Sports enthusiasts pi edict 5,000 fans will attend

i' 8i Strawberry the game.
The Tornadoes have never won a game over the

55ii "It looks like Bay High (Panama City) and Terry Hurricanes in eight m tings between the two clubsto

1 Parker (Jacksonville) in the Strawberry Bowl here dating all the way back 1; 1929 when GHS won 270.

j i Friday, Nov. 30,1962 bowl chairman Julian McRae. The last time the two teams met was in 1948 when

announced yesterday.Getting the Hurricanes won 180. The closest Starke has ever
vAjj a late start after formalities to complete before come to beating the H ur ricanes was 1938 and__ a__ 12-7_n _
either team is definitely sign
f some speculation that the score. ceiver. He has good speed a

1 bowl game would be bypassedthis A record of 26 straight vic- "great"<< pair of hands, and

. :j ,'season a group of veteran ed.Council tories and 31 games withouta is a good down field blocker

ij j 5i Elk bowl backers got together Sets defeat was what motivated Gornto is also a good receiver

. Monday night and decided Bradford High coaches to and is tabbed in the scouting

i Ti to stage the annual schedule a game with the big report as "very aggresive and

'r i charity event. New PolicyOn and powerful Class AA Hurri- tough." Another lineman to

McRae said that an invita- canes this year. But since the look for Is guard Jay Wilson,

: tion. has been extended to contest was put on the sched- a 190 pound Junior who is

i I : former Tornado Coach Len Stray DogsIn ule the Tornadoes have ended tabbed as the best blocker

F __ _ bt Register to bring his Class AA their fabulous skein of wins' on the GHS ball club.
d 1tlf Panama City team to Starke i and lost three games in a Starke Line-Up

w aTom as host team in the bowl. I a very brief less than I row before getting back on Coach David Hurse will

I The former Tornado men- an hour meeting Tuesday the winning trail. ,I counter the Hurricanes with

., -' tor, who left BHS this fall after night the Starke city council Add to that the fact that the same crew who handled
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; -' .w '" "" -';:'' "" "" Edwards poses with his Grand Champion Black Angus heifer which establishing an enviable established a new method of such key Tornadoes as half- starting chores against Green

T..W. Baker of Geneva Farms, Keystone Heights, shows his 1,600 pound weighs in at around 700 pounds at the age of 11 months. Tom is the 11 unbroken string of victories catching stray dogs when backs Marty Starling and [Continued on Page Sill

Black Angus bull which won Grand Champion honors in the breeding class year-old son of Air. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards, Jr. He also showed the Grand and Keystone Conference residents complain and dis- Tom Gardner have been side-

of last week's Bradford County Fair. (Champion Angus steer, which he will exhibit at the Tampa Fair in February championships, has a 5-3-1 I cussed once again the city's lined for the season with injuries Fire Equipment

I II record this year.with the out. water odor problem.The and it is an open ques- .
matter of the stray
come of one game [with Do- tion that the Tornadoes can

a.1 than Ala. Wednesday night] I dogs came up when Dog Catcher -I make any kind of showingthe Is PurchasedFor

still unsettled at press time. Russell Hornsby informed Hurricanes tonight. Two

Terry* Parker has won, $.is the council that he could things are possibly in the
: < not make ends meet on his Tornadoes' favor are that the
; I and dropped one [to hey'by SchoolsFire
R 9I i one point] this season, nth salary of $50 per month and contest will be played on their ,
requested a substantial raise. home field and that the Hur-
f ;,the outcome of its final,game
The council has been Informed Chief R. C. Buford
c sq ., with Landon Wednesday ricanes may come here look-
night unknown, at Mess>> it was learned Tuesday ing for a push-over win in a said last week that an order

: I time. u-1 night that an employee of game that is the final one of had been placed by Superin-

Dr. R. S. Mullins local vet the season for both teams.A tendent of Public InstructionH.
McRae said yesterday would be available to catch for the Tornadoes P. Morgan for a portionof
feels confident it will be Bay victory
house and feed, the stray the fire extinguishers recommended -
.. / High and TP in the bowl although would almost completely salvage -
/ A there still some animals until a home is foundor the season for Coach by Buford for

are until they have to be dis- David Hurse but GHS also Bradford County High
=s of. School.
needs a win to improve a
The council decided to pay''.' The fIre chief said the. order
record, of five wins, two losses
S_ ThanksgivingUnion Mullins $100 per month to included ten, 2& gallon soda
.4 ? and two tie games.
d catch the dogs when called acid, type extinguishers three

C._d MI Service by police to do so. Any resi- "We have played two good 5-pound CO2 extinguishers for

t. -_ _____ I dent who is disturbed by ani- ball games [Monticello and the home economics depart-
> I A, b S Set ThursdayThe mals may call the police or Fernandina] this >year and ment, and two 10-pound C02'sfor

Mxy !1 a a ; : city hall and the city will this is our chance to provewe the high school Cafeteria,

? send police officers to investi- ,are a. good football team"Coach 't' :teuford's tomplete recommendation -
annual Union Thanks- Hurse said in the I "
L : 1 gate. If there is cause then for the high'school
p giving Service was scheduledfor scouting report for his char
; the police will call Mullins included: 21 soda acids, three
9 a.m. Thursday Nov. ,
who will have the offending ges.To 5-pound CO2's, three 10-
__ __ in the Madison Street Bap-
"' the Tornadoes un-
V n animals picked up. } keep pound COTS one. 30-pound

The ladies were,well represented-.th :fair In- Iw_handcraft .division.. Giving beauty treatment tea balky-Angus bull has its tougher.moments tist Church. aev. Bob. Badgett The""OnlY other topic dis- der their 'thumbs the Hurricanes dry acid,, chemical.,for boiler
I Mrs. T. W. Markey (left), Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr., .and Mrs..Rosa Plnholster according to this behind-the-scenes view of FFA chapter, members pastor of the'First the Thanksgiving -: cussed by the council was will,, depend heavily 'room]; three 20-pound dry

1 ,are seen viewing blue ribbon-quilt made by Mrs. Markey. getting their show animal ready to pass inspection. Church,will bring and other that of the city's engineers,who upon junior halfback Fred acid chemicals, and one two-
message who
\ I have been studying the town's Henderson, number 23, pound dry acid chemical for
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I :; : members of the Starke describes -
- BHS scouting report school
the chemistry labs and the
odorous water problem.
7,000-8,000; Tour Grounds will assist hi
I terial Alliance engineers Reynolds Smith, as"'the best back we'll workshop.
the service. face all Henderson is
year. Buford said his department
and Hills of Jacksonville recommended -
t The anthem will be sung by aerator for fast and has great balance, would help the school install
Fair Visitors Break !I an
.! the Madison Street Choir. the new city well now pump- the. report reads. the extinguishers. in the correct -
invited to attend -
The public is ing sulfur water, repair of GHS has been primarily aground locations.

this annual observance. the old well at the power ball club in winning The fire chief said that

Attendance RecordsAttendance plant and another new well its five -games this season but immediate steps, would also

; '. d to care tor the water supplyin the club posseses the best passer be taken to bring' the old

Mail Christmas future years.Chairman the Tornadoes have faced Heilbronn school building

Ruby Johns suggested all year in quarterback Randy [frame construction] up to
records were Grand Champion Herefordbull
litter Harvey Green.
for Wyatt number 11, who also minimum requirements of
broken last week as visitors Geo. H. Brown Lake Blue ribbon entries in swine: the watef borrowing project money from the runs well on the outside belly fire safety. He said a deputy

from three counties filed Geneva. Freddie Watterson Yorkshire; Packages Early, Florida Bank at Starke by play. To receive his 'aerials fire marshal from Jackson-
through the new $50,000 home Reserve Champion Hereford
will depend upon ends ville inspected thja .building
loan Wyatt
Florida State Prison, sow and extending the $70,000
Bradford bull, Lake
of the 12th annual Geo. H. Brown '
he city obtained for work on Mac Oornto and Eddie Ryals. last week and recommended
Fair. Perfect weather Geneva. litter; Florida State Prison,
County i ['I Postmaster AsksActing the paving of U. S. 301 south, Ryals probably gets the nod' immediate corrective mea-
prevailed throughout the four Grand Champion Hereford barrow. re- 9
but the matter was dropped. for being the team's sures.
days of the fair in marked heifer Geo. H. Brown, Lake Red ribbon entries in swine: .

contrast several prioryears Geneva. Larry Whitehead sow and I, Postmaster Blake BHS Junior-Senior D ram

when attendance has been cut Grand Champion Angus litter; Harvey Green, barrow; Jackson launched his 1962 .
by cold or rain. It is estimated cow and calf. Lucian Conner "Mail Early for Christmas"
I'r n. that' between seven and eight Starke. John Sanford Duroc sow; this week by offer- '
Wayne Kirkland cross-bred campaign Towi Next WeekFather
'Our ]a[ Opens
thousand people visited the Grand Champion 'Hereford gilt; Wayne Kirkland cross- ing the following helpful sug-
< fair ,during the four days. cow and calf, E. M. Prevatt gestions to guide patrons in
bred barrow; Mike Waters,
County Agent G. T. Huggins Starke. planning their Christmas "Our Town," a drama by
Duroc pigs; A. C. Kirkland
reports that "The word from. Grand Champion steer Tom mailings: Thornton Wilder depictinglife :
Jr., Yorkshire pigs. l
everybody is that it was the Edwards, Starke.
White ribbon: Gary Prevatt Bring your. Christmas card in a small' New England
best fair Bradford County ever Reserve Champion steer.
Guinea sow and litter. and gift lists up-to-date im town will open next Thurs-
had. Several things made Hilda Harrell Brooker. Poultry Winners mediately. Be sure that addresses day November 29 at 7:30 p. !I :, /
this possible. First the coop- Grand Champion Brahma I
The Grand Champion en- are complete with fulli m. in the Bradford High )I
eration of so many people in bull. Mike Murrhee.. Keystone. i i
ar try in poultry was made by S.I name street and number city,I School auditorium.The __
launching a bond issue to con- Heights. I
D. Padgett of Lake Butler., zone, and state. Avoid abbreviations -. production is the first r
a struct the new buildings. Next Blue ribbon entries in beef: :
state of two plays to be producedby
The entry was made up of 21 I of city and i
was the interest of numbersof Gary Prevatt, Hereford; Douglas the BHS junior and senior
select Cornish Game birds. names.
people in planning for the Conner Angus; Lucian II'
school The
his classes this year.
Mr. Padgett has as hobbyan Send Christmas cards
>fair. Then there was the par- Conner, Angus; J. B. White second will be an elaborate l's.
interest in raising poultry by first class mail using the
ticipation of so many peoplein Angus; B. E. Reddish, Char- musical scheduled for next
for show
purposes. 4-cent Christmas stampsto
making possible all the laise; Starke-Bradford FFA new spring. "Our Town" will run .
Blue ribbon entries made by of dispatchand
II :Over the hump! Grand Champion Brahma bull is shown I good exhibits. Special tribute Chapters Angus. Sonny Teston Jimmy Salmon, secure delivery priority forwarding[ without both Thursday and Friday : ; ..w.s

Mike Murrhee of Keystone Heights.SEE must be'paid to all the people Red ribbon entries in beef: Emma Cruxn George Glee additional charge and return November 29 and 30. of next

1 who were so loyal during fair T. W. Baker & Sons, Angus; Mike Bryan Beverly Bryan to sender without cost If week and the curtain will
week in contributing their: Geo. H. Brown Hereford; .at 7:30 both perform 14
Lloyd Bryan Philip Lyons, return name and address is on open
time to help everything run James Prevatt Angus; Emory Frank. CViftlshv... Peter. .. Cards sent first ances.
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Low* PostsContested smoothly. Prevatt Jr., Angus; Tom Edwards Otis Melton. also be sealed and 'Featured role in the pro-
ey class may--
E. M. [Big Boy Prevatt,
Angus; Tommy Gas- Red ribbon entries by Arthur written messages. duction went to Henry Dry-
In chairman! of the livestock 1 kins, Angus" ;; Arthur Douglas, 1 Douglas Arthur Godwin den Who narrates 'the entire
Christmas cards
feels that this Separate
]Hereford; Mike Waters Hereford play as the stage' manager.
Wilder'Famous ]Wry Whitehead Sonny Tes-
Thornton "local" and "out of town" his daughter' Rebecca
into fa
year's livestock show was Gibbs (Tom Titus) giving
j ; Starke-Bradford FFA Other feature roles. are playedby
1 on. Jimmy Salmon Lloyd
Drama Dec. .4 ElectionThree 'just as good as any in the 4 Chapters Angus. J Bryan, Philip Lyons Peter bundles using the handy ]labels Tom Titus, as 'Dr. Oibbs Gibbs (Dawn Lamb. ), a lecture on the value of money while

State of Florida." The Quality Dairy Cattle Fancher Alfred Godwin. you can secure from the Janelle Bullington as Mrs. his wife, Julia Gibbs (Janelle Buffingtoa), and .son George

"OUR TOWN" candidates qualifiedfor and variety of animals exhibit- Grand Champion .Brown. White ribbon entries by post office or your I letter car Gibbs, Don Brandes as George Gibbs (Don Brandeis), listen. The scene Is from the first act

the one-year unexpired ,ed" 'cOuld.not. be surpassed, I Swiss' Paul Meng. Lloyd Bryan Charles Lizen- rier.Stock Gibbs {the son), Freeman of "Our Town," a Thornton Wilder drama being produced by

Presented By term of Lawtey CouncilmanEarl Prevatt said. "The only progress Reserve Champion Brown up now on the new Register as Editor Webb the Junior and Senior classes of BHS next Thursday and Fri.
i to be made be bee.Blue Christmas postage
would a four-cent
Teston before the-deadline Swiss, Carolyn Meng; ribbon entries in ducks I Alice R&ulerson as Mrs. Webb day, November 29 and SO, at 7:30 pjn.
SENIOR will "dress up"your.
JUNIOR bigger building for more live- stamps. They
Grand Champion Holstein by Jimmy Salmon Michael and Mary Ann Dally as .Emily -
CLASSES BHS at noon last Saturday, :.stock." Florida State Prison. Bryan Beverly Bryan, James I .Christmas cards and gift Webb.In George Gibbs and little Em- wishful to go back to life to

Seeking the post' are Paul R. H..McIntire, president of Blue ribbon entries in dairy I packages. the .first act Wilder genially ily Webb and thus culminates live again with her. memo.

Thurs., Fri., Nov. 29.30 Dinkins, Leslie Phillips and the..Fair'Association'announced -: cattle: Lawrence Meng Jersey Norman.Rabbit WmnersBlue [ Secure your Christmas mail- outlines the history of in a moving wedding
I I Paul Smith. that around. $900 in prize cross: Carlton Meng Brown ribbon entries in rab-I ings so that your cards and the .town,. Grover's. Corners scene which contains all she Is shown how fu.

BHS AuditoriumThis Three candidates also qual- money will be distributed to Swiss: Bill Meng. Brown bits by Jimmy Salmon, Michael gift packages going to most New Hampshire, and something those elements of poignant tile it is to return and that

the following winners: Swiss; Florida State Prison, Bryan Marcia Whittle distant points are mailed by of the character! of its sorrow and, abundant happiness the past cannot. be relived.

ified for the two regulartwo Beef Cattle Holstein; Florida State Prison James Norman Otis Melton. December 10. Mail Christmas citizens. Then .he carries the that make for solemnityand Living people, humans, occu-

Space Contributed year terms to be filled ilL the, Grand Champion Augus Guernsey. Red ribbon entries in rabbits packages for local destinationsby audience 'into the houses of impressiveness. pied with their petty a OCcupa.

Dec. 4 election. Those qualifying ,bun, :T. W. Baker & Son, LakeGeneva. .Red,ribbon entries in dairy .by Larry Whitehead Mar- Dec. 15, and be sure tomail : the.Gibbs and Webb families In the "third act the audi- tions and small thoughts

Weekly to Publicize were Wayne Massey cattle: Rita Marie Meng Jer- cia Whittle. Christmas cards for substantial homes containing ence is led'to the cemetry on known little of true joy or

Community Events by and the incumbents,' Bryant t:, Reserve, Champion Angus sey cross; Johnny Moore. Expresses ThanksOn friends and relatives in this substantial folks. The audi- the hill, where many of the happiness Wilder Impresses
Jwll. ,.J. B. White Route 2, Brown Swiss cross; Phyllis 'behalf of the.Fair Association area at least a week before ence arrives at breakfast and townspeople that are knownso upon hU audiences. Truth is

The CommunityState Reddish and Milo Smith:: Starke.: Meng Brown Swiss. .Mr. )fcTntire expressed -Christmas. is carried through one entire wen are patiently awaiting to be found only in the future -

Marshall M. M. Jordan l' Grand Champion Angus Swine Winners 'thanks and appreciation -1 Use air mail for Christmas day in the lives of these good not "judgement" but greater he says.

Bank qualified to succeed himself, heifer, :Tom Edwards Starke. Grand Champion sow and to everyone who contri- cards and gift parcels for people. understanding.. Into their Tickets for the play will

and is unopposed.. Reserve Champion Angus litter Florida state .Prison: buted in any way to the success I distant points!, especially for The second concerns the midst 2s led the bride, a little I be a dollar for melts,and 50

."'teller. Zack Edwards, Starke., Reserve Championsow- and of the 1962.fair. .. __ your:.last minute mailings.' .;: JOWL j&air 1 bstweta 'JI1m; Vsald ft* first a little cents far atudeat

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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham ', Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mrs. Bill Sapp and Mrs. Miss Susan Radford of Tallahassee Mrs. Johnson 82 I Adult Classes -1 Drawing and"Woodworking

and family will spend the were in Orlando over the Jack Sapp of New Smyrna Fred Stump of U. Science. Biology (Tuesday's an
weekend at their camp in the weekend visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Beach were weekend'guests of of F.and Miss Evelyn Of Lulu, I Are ScheduledAdults I Thursdays]; .Business Educa

Scrub., Jerry Ljawson and family, Mr.. and Mrs.,Ervin Andrews. .Thomson\ of Monticello were .Passes Friday tion [typing and shorthand,

Stevie Simmons of Miami ,.'SFC Don. '( Hardehbrooic; ,t left Miss Dorothy: : Ross will be j weekend guests of Mr. and of the Bradford Math maf s. '!- and Pub Ii

was visiting Donnie Page over T&ursday'for' three years tour' visiting friends In Birmingham | Mrs. F. F. Stump. I' Mrs. Jennie A'*. Johnson, 82 I County area are invited to .. Speaking' \Mj V e.d nesdays I

GY"n. Y'l HPOTY -. rloN19'j841:' the weekend. Miss Dot Green, of duty' in OklI1awf! Ala.' over the weekend."Ceorge > Miss'. Shi Ann Smith of a resident of Lulu and the) J legister for night courses during Spanish Music;:and English
*' eese of Palatka Junior Col- "1.fjr. .and "Ir7 H. M. Hat- Patten Jr. W FSU Roanoke" College, Roanoke, I: widow of the late J. 'T. Johnson I ; the week of November 26- : [Thursdays].
the weekend with ..Cher Jr. aid family will} spend wfll the weekend. Applicants may register with other
Mrs. George44 Anderson t is Mr. "and "Mrs. lege spent be home for Va. is home for the Thangs- died Friday, 1016., in' ; j Many courses are a
Herbert the weekend in Atlanta, Ga., the teacher of the particular demano
}Ir. and Mrs. Page. Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman ; the Lake Shore Lake vailable upon the
spending the weekend fa St. 'Thomas and daughter Kath- Mrs. J. H. Fields attendedthe with Mrs. Sarah Barton. of Jacksonville will be giving holiday. Mr.I I City after Hospital ': class during the assigned' 15 persons needed to orgamza I
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Miss Lillian Stump and an extended ill-
Petersburg R. with" Mr.'and Mrs. .,leen had as weekend guests attheir funeral of Miss HelenIteingelli :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and II weekend guests of Judge. and and Mrs. W. H. Thomsonand hours, or they may register at class. A registration fee o\
I* Eppefson.- 8hewill be camp in the Scrub Wil- jn Jacksonville ,last children of Eau Gallie will Mrs. E. K. Perryman. ness.Mrs.. ;the Adult Education office in $2 per course is charged.A .
family of Monticello are Johnson was a native ,
accompanied by 4Mrs. E. M. liam Goethe and Kenneth Wednesday afternoon. ,.spend the weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. David Reid of of Starke the rear of the USO building majority of the course-
and had resided
Davis who will be;visiting her Dverstreet I of Jacksonville,. 1 mending Thanksgiving with I in Ii
Mrs. C. D. Williams. I during the day.
I Mike Fogg age 10 shot a, aunt, Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Columbia : are scheduled from 7:30: t-i
sister Mrs. a H. Reed in Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. John W. Griffin County for the last :
Evelyn Beardsley andDonald seven point deer on Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnsof Dolph Reddish of Starke and in Ochlochnee, Ga. 60 years. She is survived by I Under a new plan, persons I 9:30: p.m. Monday through
Tarpon .
Springs. Cobb of Pomono Park at Camp Blanding. Jacksonville are Thanksgiving their families are spending wishing to take any form of Thursday for 12 weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Har- one son, Ernest T. Johnson of' .
Mr. and .
,Mrs. Floyd Crosby Dr. and ,Mrs. Don Chubb of '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Thanksgiving with their par- Lulu test to establish credit or to
had as Sunday dinner guests Winter Park, James Hobbs Quaig and family of Waycross, D. Green and family. ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. rington and Marion Harrington Funeral I: :meet specific requirements in BO AID RAIN BAPTIST
Mr.- -rMfs Stanley of Jacksonxille are services were held
> Glen and son Richard, and 'BillyOverstreet Ga. spent the weekend with her Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Carpenter, at Santa Fe Lake. II at 2 the ;any area will be tested dur- : CHURCH
p.m. Sunday in
guests of their chapel
Thanksgiving .
and family of Jacksonville ."
of Starke. parents, Mr. and M/s.{ Mack Miss Madge Middletpn are Mr. and Mrs. L. P. SmithJr. of i ing the week of Nov. 26. Applicants -I i. .
> Sherrill-Guerry Funeral
Mr.,and,Mrs..Floyd R. Crosby : mother Mrs. Gladys Harrington. i Sunday School 10 a. m
Twelve members of the In- Williams. Mr. Williams is in spending Thanksgiving in Lu- and family of Florala Ala. Home for the next GED I
in Lake
Jr. of Gainesville. Mr. and termediate Training Union of Waycross this week' on busi dowici Ga. with Dr. and Mrs. will be guests, of her mother, City with Rev. Equivalency High School test i Morning Worship, 11 I. m.
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noeael F. E. Day pastor of New Hope I j
Mrs. C. Sullivan Theressa. the Madison Street Baptist
O. D. Middleton. Training Union, ,6 p. m
Mrs: Lucile Davis over the must complete all ,forms not
Mr. ;s and Mrs. If.;W.,Cressler Church enjoyed a skating party ness.Miss Elizabeth Lawson of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson:. long weekend.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Advent Christian Church, officiating i later than Dec. 3. Actual test- Evening Worship, :3O --p m
returned ,Friday] from ten- NOPSP and families of Starke Burial was in Memorial I
a' and picnic lunch at Lake! 'Wednesday,
> Riviera Beach spent the weekend will have as Thanksgiving and Mrs. Junius Smith ; ing will be given during the Prayer Meeting,
and Mr. and Mrs.'W. P. Jovce Cemetery at Lake City.
day trip; through the Blue Butler last Saturday. The i with her parents, Mr 'and guests Mr, and Mrs. Fred Sikes were In Philadelphia, Pa. last I week of Dec. 10. GED tests 7:30 p. .m. 1 '
Ridge Mountains. They also group was accompanied by The Law- of Clewiston Rev. and Mrs. of Tallahassee' are spending '
A. Lawson.
Mrs. Tuesday to Friday to visit are available every 90 ,days.
'visited Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Clarence Cooper, Mrs. O. C. sons had as Saturday visitors. John Sikes and family, and their son, Seaman' Bob Smith, the weekend at the Noegel Farmers Mutual classes to be offered SEVENTHDAY:

dressier-! and: family-in RomeGa. Tolseron; 'and Rev. W; M. Mr.' and Mrs. 'A. B. Woodhamof Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins who is confined in the hospital camp Mr. in and the Mrs.Scrub.Henrv Stef- Members To Attend;- Evening during the next 12-week ADVENTIST CHURCH, '

;! Dunagan. Jacksonville and :Mr. and I of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mae there.Col School t Saturday]
Mrs :Dave Paulk was visiting Mir, and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar anelli are spending Thanksgiving Annual Meet period include Business Education ; -
Mrs. Charles Lawson of Lake Hawkins of Waldo. '
and Mrs: T. T Long I and bookkeeping 9641324.
Stone in and % with Mr. ani Mrs. Albert typing
Mrs. Frances family are Thanksgiving '
Cot and :Mrs. J. A. Griffin
Kingsland Ga. over the week- guests o*' her parents,Mr. land. had as weekend guests for the Stefanelli and famly in Twelve members of the Far- ], Business English [Mon- 9:30: a. m. Morning Worsh!
Sale and l and C. H. Nas-
Mrs. Guy and Mr. Mrs.
UF-FSU football game.Thomas and 11 Located between Wil!{
end. and Mrs. J. H. Truluck, ir: Jacksonville. mers Mutual Exchange will I! days!; American History a. m.
daughter, Linda Kay, attended I worthy are spending Thanksgiving T. Long Jr, of FSU Susan : Government Tuesdays and son Road. tid'Griffis Loop
attend the
Caldwellof 29th annual
A. Sanford.
Ml; and 1trs.t. the annual l agriculture department at the Griffin cabin on Brinkman of Live Oak, Sher- meet-,
Government nical E. L. Marley pastor. Phon
City M ch a ,
Battle Creek. Mich are Mr and[ Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. banquet in Tallahasseelast Lake Kerr. Montford of- Tallahassee, ing of the Cotton Producers' Wednesdays;

spending several days with and sons and Mr. and Mrs I. Friday night. They"alsc) SP4 John Mack Newsome ry Jackie N w l1'of Green Cove Contest Winners Association at the Biltmore ....
Caldwell.Mriand Mike O'Brien and, ,of Jacksonville Hotel in Atlanta Nov. 28-29. '-' -" -" -' ---- -- -.
Mr., and'Mrs. J.d*G. son attended the football game ii I and SP4 James Sparr of Fort Springs. Pat Curry of Miami, AnnouncedMrs. "
Mrs. :
Gainesville on Saturday. Benning; and Mr. and Mrs Nancy Browning of Live Oak; I 1 CASH
rode and 'familY"and Mr- and! of J y. are Thanksgiving served by the local unit will SUPERETTE
Misses Jean Mundy and ]Morris: Williams and family of and Carl L-, Masztal of ManChester = Martha W- Bales and I
Mrs. W,'E. Torode are spend- guests!' ,of their parents: Mr.ard FSU will be L. L. Dyal Lucian Conner, !'
Francis Cannon of ]Folkston, Ga. are spending the bonn. The Longs entertained
ing Thanksgiving in the Scrub. Mrs. T. H. Slade. with Mrs. dinner Mrs. Leonard M. Noegel were A. B. Whitehead, G. T. Hug- : 617 WEST :MADISON ST.
spend the weekend 1 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. at an informal -
of Your
winners the 'Know
"Mr.! and Mrs. Clarence Cooper George Morrison of Leesburg W. B. Mundy. :Miss Linda Kay Jesse Newsome. party Friday night for City Government" contest gins, J. W. Gaskins, Leon I Open 7 Days A Week-7 A. :M. To 9:00 P. M.

are i having,as 'guests Air- is spending Thanksgiving with Sale, also of FSU, will behome' Sonny Tenly left last: week their houseguests and included the of Carter, Gene Sumner, Lex|I I WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS
man l-c"and" Mrs. Robert L- his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Hen- sponsored by City Green Oscar Carter B. E.: ,
for the weekend. j for Boston Mass. for an ex- in the party were Douglas last '
Cooper of Biloxi Miss for two ry orrison. George bagged a Fred Leon- Starke at the county fair Reddish, N. G. Hayes Jr., and Open All Day Thanksgiving .. ,
Mr. and i tended study in electronics at Nolan of Starke and Ray week. 'E ch was presented a

weeks, Airman 2-c Field Donald'this deer the With weekend.a bow and arrow hard spent last Thursday and I the G. E. plant until Christ Maxwell of Keystone Heights.Mrs. cash prize of $5. Paul Among Meng. the outstanding'i ispe.akers ,' STREAK-0-LEA\WHITE
M acDill over
Cooper of with relatives in St.
Friday J .G. Bollinger accompanied -
Clealon Rhodes Mr and Mrs J. T. Quigley mas.Mr. J H In their statements of what to be heard will oe>
week, and Mrs. Petersburg.Tina and Mrs. Earl R. Jef- several members of the
the week- 'had as tea afternoon could be done to improve the Kenneth D. Naden lb. 29CFRESH
City over guests Sunday secretary 'I BACON -
of Cross Mat-
.: Jean, and Don :fords of High Springs were Madison,&treetpaptist Church city Mrs. Noegel said: "Our '
Mrs. Virgie Dibble and of the National Council of 1 I,
end. hews of Gainesville were visit- ;Sunday guests of Mr. and
.. Intermediate Choir to Green
city needs to work on its sewage ,:
Dr. and Mrs A. J. Barry her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Farmer Cooperatives, Washington -
their grandparents, Mrs.
r ing George Huggins.Mrs. Cove Springs last Saturday This needs do-
.. and family are spending )!., Maloney of Winter Park, and Mrs. Garl Mathews on Lavern Outlaw and problems. D. C. Special sessionson SLICED
night to hear the Tennessee
: Thanksgiving with Mr. and ;and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Eckels ing desperately and no expense marketing and production
Monday.Mr. Mrs. Randal Chitty attendedthe Temple College Choir. should it." -- lb. -
Newber- jof Farms. Mrs. Ma- BEEF LIVER 29c
in Penney problems will also be held.
Barry :
r Mrs. W. ,and Mrs. Lennard Reg- Junior Woman's Club district Mrs. J. E. Denmark and son, Mrs. Bales said: "I think
is Florida State Presi-
.. Joney ister of Panama City were four President's Council John, pent the weekend with that the city as a whole is no I
ry.Guests T. dent of the Woman's Christian
of Col. 'and Mrs. weekend guests of Mr. and in Jacksonville Monday her:mother i Mrs. Kie Alderman better than the individuals that Quarterback Club : FLA. GRADE "A"

: T. Long during Thanksgiving Temperance Union. Mrs. John Manning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dj Tenly, ,Denmark :
\V hilpr. was it. Let cooperate Sponsors Supper.
compose everyone
Mr. and :Mrs.: Elmer L. Johns
t : weekend -will be Dr. and Mrs.Mr.jtruTMKuRobert and of Beach and Mrs. Garl Mathewsare :Mayor and Mrs. Randal Chitty, taking a"1 a"posTgraduate> courseat to make Starke a better FRYERS Ib Zle
y S. Carroll and sons Apollo Preceding Game
Bryant. Thanksgiving guests and Mrs. Sonny Tenly and Georgetown University in town." |
the with
and pent weekend rela-
: : I Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsat children are spending Thanksgiving Washington;ir C. from Thursday ..
'ot' Jacksonville Comer rives in Starke. Beach. \ The Bradford Quarterback;" '
son Neptune with Mrs. W. H. Tenlyin to' Mond%:?
... Long and daughter,.:Louise: of Clyde G. Priest was called Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns, Gainesville. Mrs. Clyde"* Sinclair and Kingsley Revival Club is sponsoring a smoked' SMOKED

I : Olceechobee; Mr..and Mis. Bill ..o Dunedin' last week by the: who have been in Tallahasseeon Mrs. Bertha Lang is convalescing daughter, Evelyn, of Orlandoare Set Dec. 2-9 mullet fish supper on Wednesday SAUSAGE' .: -. 29c

Long and'daughters, Dena and. I Leath of his mother. Mrs. Lula business, were home for the at the home of her spending the weekend Nov. 21, from 5 to 7:30: ,

I : Peatie, of Gainesville I Tom ''driest, 92. Funeral servIcest weekend. They had as visitors brother-in-law and sister, :Mr. with T>er 'mother Mrs. W. S. Revival service will be held p.m. at the south end of the ,,; LARGE RED ROE. .
... ,FSU and CoL an t held ,in the Morriston high school Tickets are,
Long of i:.vere their son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. Paul Raymond after Sla4e. T' eyVill have as I Dec. 2-9 at the Kingsley Lake gym. :
: MrSi L. H. Lewis of Wilming' :Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kazarianof being confined in St. Vincent's Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Baptist Church with Rev. $1 per person, with coffee and MULLET FISH .=lbVz 19c

... ton Dela. ; Mrs. Charles Dinkins under- Orlando. Hospital for the past three Mrs., 'Will'Slade 'and hildrenof Ronnie E. Reid as the speak- dessert extra.Everyone "

: Miss' Loy Ann ,Cribbs of |tent surgery Tuesday in Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barnettand weeks. The Raymonds also hadas Baxley, Ga. t s I er. Music will be in charge of is invited to come

Jacksonville, was the' weekend .lord County Hospital. sons and Mrs. Olive Mc- weekend guests Mr. and Mr. and "Mrs. Jerome Ed.. Rev. Ollie Graham. out and enjoy a good supper I .. LB. OLEO 29C

guest of Mr; and Mrs: Nor- I i Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sanders Donald of Jacksonville will be Mrs. W. T. Shiver of Jennings: wards' of Sneeds are spending Re v. Huey Perry pastor of before the last game of the 3

.. man Willis" and attended 'the Will, :spend, the weekend_ with Sunday'guests of Mr. and Mrs Diane and Nelson Bitch ,of the'"weekend with Mr. a.ndMrs. the church, invites the public season with GHS of Gaines- PATTIES

... UP-PSU,football'game Relatives in Palatka. W. 'F. Herlong. Hialeah are spending the weekend Merrill 'Edwards. ', to 'attend any or all of the ville. Proceeds will be used for

c r ,. \ ..". ,.. >0" ._ .I Jimmy Lawson and Lee Cog- with Mrs. Carrie Ritch James Reddish was 'cant '- services.' the annual football banquet j ", '::.i--' :;!! -: -,- ._-' ,__.- :.-
r ..i dill visited relatives in Au- and :Miss: Annie Darby. on Dec. 13. .. ., ,
ed in Bradford County'Hospi- __ ,___ _
TNT -_ :'!!IG II! -'-' .r"a.1
u '>E
: .,\"' .:. .. burndale- -"- .over* the weekend.ii **<* ,, Mrs. :M, J. McRae and Mr: tal from Wednesday to Sunday
:MISS Barbara Green :spent and 1h s: Russell McRae, ,attended -
TOMORROWToday following a light stroke.
the :weekend with Mr. and Mrs. the dedication of the
Miss-Balli 'Sink
was the
M J. T Taylor and family in chimes at the Calvary Churchin ,guest of Mr. and Mrs Iarv n It's The Service

: 'is the day to 'see your hlropractor-Tomor. Palatka.Mr. Jacksonville on Sunday. Sechrist and son, Brry, i In They
: will again be and Mrs. J. P. Holder Dr. and Mrs. R. S. J Mulhns Raleigh N. C. the _
row''' only: postpones the day when you over weekend -
Jacksonville were Monday and
1r i family are spending and attended the North
: well.
Hazen. Thanksgiving 'with their par- Caroline State College' home Get That Them
.. ef- Mr. and :Mrs. W. F. Herlongwill ents in Ocala. .
Chiropractic Is} not a "cure all" but has proven coming. .. ,
: fec \eve for sinus headaches. backache, asthma, have .as Thanksgivingday Mrs. Roy Ward and daughter -I. Mrs. J. 'M..* Vickei-s, and ; '

:: bronchitis colds constipation( high blood pressure, guests Mrs. W. H. Stein- Jane, and Darby Peek of I daughter Jean, of Brunswick ; .
... Rheumatism sciatica etc. meyer, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. ,Lake City are spending Wed- I Ga. were weekend guests On ThR 0 d
menopause nervousness, Herlong and Mr. and :
family nesday and Thursday with of Mr. and Mrs. s. G. Denmark Ms rs't Car
l\ rs. F. V. Herlong and son, 'their mother
Mrs. S. L. Peek : .
: Chiropractic does not,coyer(up the distress with drugs '
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ritch and :Sr.
removes and the distress disappears.The I Steve Simmons of Miami s89oWAY
but the cause ,,
: .
baby, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Stein-
..i.1 H. V. Saxon and sort, Ben, and Janice Vickers of ,Brunswick

Bellinger Chiropractic; |Clinic, ,is open until 9 p.m. meyer, all of Jacksonville and of Pompano Beach were Sun- Ga. 'were 'weekend guestsof bAGK THE [REPAIRS USED TO B
Mrs. Addie Wheeler of Or- ; |
day dinner guests of Mr. and
E Phone, for an appointment\ today. 964-2881 lando. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adam ,
,t. firs S. G. Denmark. and family.Mr. .

w. ..- -. -- and family. and Mrs till: S.Visit G.her Denmark mother GUESS WORK. : TO SOME THEY STILL' ,:, .;i

; No More Fai1ytr Debates Over ECONOMY COLOR TV Pompa..n9..BeaCh, f Mrs.J&.. .. ;',:t: ,,,9.pver Morris the.. long, at, .. ': ., ',. .

M week. : : :
)- v l. L .
r TV Shows! Misi'&i i a"'Trawick of the ., .'" .,

University of South Florida i i if i ,. '
2 i and Mrs..!'!flan' .':Anderson I of1! .

.. i. f Tampa 'art: .,spending 'Thanks i;But At :

.-.. giving 'we Kend' with Mr: and i .

..... HjW\\ FlU 1' : Mrs."Jack' "'Trawtfk. I

Jimmy 5; V:13: of Jackson-

D ville was. home for the week-
w s i end. .

I Mr. andJ Mrs. Ode Wiggins .

rr I' 6''I' I I| will. attend4 the wedding of ,, ?: ,

.r WIt. \ \ f I I'i Miss Avenue Ann'Baptist Knox at the Church Hendrix in All The. Guess. Work/ Has Been Taken Out I

.. __ I 1 Jacksonville"" Saturday even- ,;

.M. { _- _____ = 3__ t ing, 4 : We Have All The Latest Equipment AvailablePlus :" ,

I ... __ :i Debbie Cauffman celebrated .r ,: .' {

Y M I her seventh birthday anniver- Expert Professional Repairmen To Do' '. ;

I sary Saturday afternoon with : ; ,

I r ,i S ,,.,, G r .' Special Tie Series219-f,6AYNORW J 'for a small ten' friends'''neighborhood party 1 The Job Right/ At The Right Price. "

: .-. 26D Sa. pid e : Mrs: Einma'Biaman., Mrs. j

.. Pat Cauffman and daughter, .

: : : RCA VICTOR MARKS COLOR'TV Debbie, 'and Airs. Lola Gar- i. 2
belt and(
family spent the
.. weekend: with Dr. and Mrs. With

-... ; Outstanding Value- ta a Coasetetfe Color.TV Gerald Ewing in Sarasota. CK Clycfe Terwillegar

r.. v? .date-ProaEt .etiJ Color Tube Sherrod :'Hamilton and: son .
Mark were' hunting guests of I

::- I F-f j ;.Super-powerful Super Power: Chassis"New YlstV, Tuner-: over Otter Bill Willie tiie.Creek. vreekend.of in Gainesville- West, Florida near t BEFORE, GUESS WORK RUINS YOU AND, "YOIR.OR_ .n.. !

", Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dahl.'I ,.

i : C. 1 V -a.9 JpM r 'Fro $4950.0.$ 1 Mrs. Mabel Braden, and Miss f fIi >| t .

Myrtle Reddish of Jackson- )J Overhauled.Brakes .
otors<< .
Ii ville were Sunday guests of ANY MAKE OR MODEL ]; : : : :

; .... sa,. \' % .. Mrs. Errol Alvarez. 4utomahc Transmissiont! f Tune-Up -.

.. I Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Mrs. I II 4 .
.. J.G. Caldwell visited Mrs. M-! NO JOB TOO SMALL-NO JOB TOO LARGEAll Electric Repairs Front End Alignnifnt

: ) COMPLETE LINE OF I E. Griner a.ndr 'her houseguest 0- *I 4-j -r .; ,{

The THItrTAN ,Mrs. J., A. Bouvier, of I. I '

:: Series 19WU3Mi fr Miami Springs, In Lake-But j .,{\ Your

r ( 313'fQ tuba,b4(overall WCu4r i'd) STEREo 0'S' FromQ.95 lei' on: Monday.. wi\\ ". .' ,\!$ Ii"
i Mr. and Mrs. E-' A. 'Winkler .IS: .
: Authorized
$1.4S- h arespe' di g Thanksgiving I : j

. with Mr. and Mrs.- Ray I '
.-I ''Ambrose in Jacksonville, I I ,, ord.QfJ/er
I ; Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith'! ,.
and family were' Visiting i J TERWILLEGAR! ;, [n Bradford I

g : WIN&LE 'ELECTRIC INC. 'I friends in'Tallahaisee'. and I I '

I t.Mobile*' Aa. last week.' I i .;,and Union

... Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss
I ,. r. .., 11 t : -- '
.. |34 if TEMPLE; 1 AVE.. 0 PHONE 96143O1r 'Louise Stem attended the Counties;
"\'J'. :
I'Jacksonville Symphony; ; Tues- "
I ] -- day even n:. e' l $* ': 'ft. J< .1 .tU.f.... 6U

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... V 4
..., Judge T. A. Yawn: BPW Members !. Boiler Blaze 1
Presents Program1At Hear ReportsOn WHAT. WHEN
1 Doused AtDry How To Succeed In Business ,
i'i j State Meet '
Woman's Club AND WHERE ] .

t f. r f ft ,, Judge T. A. Yawn presenteda Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw and Cleaners I without Really

recorded speech by Dr. Rob-, Miss Madge Miodleton were I
I if : GLADYS MOOTT PBQXE 9640951BaTpk ert McFarland on the topic, hostesses last Thursday evening I; NOT. 26 :.. Prompt Fire action Department by. last thei.Starke' i having to spend more than your
Club. j
Garden 7:30 p. m: St.
and Tell the to the Starke BPW Clubat ;
1 f.. "Wake the Town i
:)1ark's. 'Parish House. Wednesday, November 14, afternoon budget will allow-
I the November the home of Mrs. Shaw .
at on
To School} Miss Douglas Weds meeting of the Starke Wom- Bessent Road. f Beta Sigma Phi sorority, averted serious dam- j i
8 home of :Miss\ Louise age in the boiler room of the 4
Features PTA Wayne'Parrish an's Club' Wednesday after- The president Mrs.: Bea p. mi '
Starke Cleaners
: wIn I j Stern. Dry : Get to 6,000
I' Meeting Brooker RitesMiss noon, Nov. 14. Farber, and delegates, Mrs. !; Laundry on East Call Street your message across
Tuesday This "Underst ding Dorothy Milberger Mrs. DeS-
.' V.' Our program American Heritage," ta Dyal and Miss Middleton],Pecans Selling < when a blaze caught from a : families (20,000 readers) in the
leaking fuel line. Al
"Back to School" Juanita Jean Douglas, _
was ob-
the second in series the State board |! t.
was a reported on
terved'by parents at the Bradford daughter ,of Mrs. E.,R. Ham- I For High Prices Mrs. Junius Smith, ownerof
following the club theme, "Ed- meeting which they attendedin establishment :, next issue of the Tri-County Shopper
the the :
*.High School PTA meet- mond and Cecil L.; Douglas of said V
Down. Miss
October. Miss
Orlando in
ucational Count I
ing-Tuesday Starke, and Winston Wayne Pecans.,. being auctioned at fire burned electrical controls
Florence Jennings, American Della Rosenberg also attendedas j scheduled for distribution De-
Parrish the Starke State Markers in' the boiler room but otherwise -
,H gave the parents instructions and Guy Parrish of Brooker, Market are bringing some of caused ":very little dam-
Yawn. Privileges and respOnsibilities several work- '
as to procedure to fol were united in marriage Saturday Judge Americanstake : reported on .the highest prices ever because'of age but a lot of excitement." + cember 6.
that attended.
for ''their child's school night, Nov. ,10, at 8 shops she a shortage of,nuts throughout She said there was never any
\ for were stressed. The District meeting held
iUj The parents o'clock. The couple recited the Southeast. danger of an explosion but I
: visited each
American citizens are faced the Wash-
room-:; and had an opportunity their vows at the Baptist parsonage Sunday at George : Auctions will continue to be that the building might have
with outside problem Communism Hotel in Jacksonvillewas
an ington
toJ.alk: to the teachers. in Brooker with Rev. held each. Thursday, except been damaged extensively I .
but more importantis attended Mrs. Etta :
.ilal i :, H..A. Bishop Jr., vice- Parker officiating': in the presence .Thanksgiving,- until .the sup- without prompt action by the
an inside problem, the ero- Faye Gill, Mrs. Dyal, Mrs:
pftsMent of the immediate,..families. ply is gone-"Market Manager fire department. I r
presided over them sion of individual character, Miss
Farber Mrs. Milberger
tfng'In.. Miss Douglas chose for her .. J. R. Wain Wright.. said. "The boiler was out of com-
absence of thedent .
the said. Mildred '' ads in
speaker Rosenberg, and Mrs. LOW COMBINATION RATE for all run Shopper -
c two auctions far mission
Mrs. ''Margie Dowl- wedding a white chiffon evening In thus over the weekend but
To add to the forcefulnessand
u :;Who was, ill.'It votedcontribute dress with white',brocade Doyle. the nuts have brought?: an average the plant was back in full operation vM
t $150 to was'the BHS jacket- and in, her hair -she importance of the programthe Mrs. Dyal served as repre- of 34 cents a pound. by early this week, and The Bradford County Telegraph..
American Home District
iiI rjfry;, ;It>- was announced wore a 'wh te'r ebiid' headband sentative on the nom- Some lots. have sold as high; Mrs. Smith said. -i
had arranged a setting representing inating committee, and Mrs.
tbatgthe With this she.Swore a .as 46 cents a pound.
J money. raising pro- American
an Early nominated fora '
\ .ect'for' .the -year- will be an white orchid 'corsage.(* & Home. The Library committeehad Milberger was in- Wainwright said. volume against you by Dennis V. Pate, I It would cost $150 for postage alone if you tried to reach the same number
district office next
Mr. and Mrs. William Par- year. here has been Plaintiff, in the Circuit Courtof
despite mailed cost of printing. Now
intiqiie ,show to be held Jan. .an exhibit of books from ternational Relations chair- Bradford County, Florida, in hf homes with your own ad\'ertising-IIus
18-20, Jat.'the'new rish were the couple's onlyattendents. the shortage of nuts, compared have of fraction of this cost-and
Pahgrounds the Bradford County Library man,' Mrs. Milberger, presented "Chancery; and you are required i you can complete coverage area at a
btfiWirig., with last season. to serve a copy of your answer .
\ RevW; M. Dunagan depicting 250 years of American a on the Pan Am- more thorough distribution.
program "We be the or other pleading to the Com-
gayfe-the devotional. After spending a few days may only market I
: literature beginning the United
.:( erican Union and the in'the Southeast auction- plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney
n8urIng the social hour re- on a wedding trip to.Pompa- Colonial period and continuing / S. L. Scruggs, Post Office ,
no Beach, the. hewlyweds! are Nations. ,ing nuts" he said. "We have Box 197 Gainesville Florida, I
f fesl aients ,
were by
.. : to present day authors. : Call The Telegraph NOW% and Reserve Spacein
iheinlnth.'grade' mothers. residing in' Brooker. Mr;"Par- I .had growers here from five and file the original in the office :i
.. Placed at various points of the Clerk of the Circuit
'..*,'''i rish is employed by the Du- : Legion Post 56 counties, and buyers from i
around i Court at Starke. Florida
the building were poster : on
Garden Pont Company. To Meet TuesdayAmerican three states. or before, the 18th day of December I
Club reminders of and
i A.D. 1962.CHARLES .
. TS i freedoms that are taken for NOTICE TO. APPEARTo A. DARBY, The Next Shopper Ph. 964-3101

Meet. Monday Three Hostesses granted which would not be Legion Post 56 : Thelnia:.P. Pare. Defendant: Clerk of the Circuit Court!
; allowed under Communism.Rev. has more than 225 members whose address) is 318 Laural Bradford County, FloridaBy
(Miss Alice Jones of Lake Entertain VisitorMrs. who have paid their 1963'du- Street,. :'Emporia, '\: rginia: : Marian L. Crosby,
J. R. Brabham
City,>,. representative of thenotfda'Power gave You are hereby notified that) Deputy Clerk
: Norman Willis, Mrs.T. devotional appropriate for the es, and the post plans to com- "'a suit for.-divorce has been filed 11.22.4t 12-1S
and Light Co.,
: C. Hazen Jr., and Mrs. S. Thanksgiving season. plete the .drive -- .-.......
this month, according to 1st
demonstration G. Denmark entertained at a The following new memberswere
accepted into the club: Vice Commander Bill Haas,
the Starke'Garden Club meet lovely .dinner-bridge party
.Mrs. Ewell Lawson; Mrs. Fate membership chairman.The .
tng.Monday at 7:30 p.m. irSt L last Friday. night. at the'home
on Brown, Mrs. W. E. Williams, post will meet Tues-
of the latter E.'tlall Street
: --t
Mark'2 Parish House.
: 'day night, Nov. 27, for its reg- ,
Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. W. y $ r
.'Hostesses for the evening honoring Mrs: J..M, Vickers of
ular business session, and will
d Brunswick:, E. Dowling, and Mrs. Ed Bleas-
iflllibe; Mrs. Bob Badgett, Mrs. Ga.
dale. hear reports on activities at
J.'p.::' _.,Doyle, and Mrs. Maxie Three tables $r bridge were ,, I t.
the Fair, the baseball -
The club house was decorated program
I .
! Carter Sr. enjoyed during the' vening.L I
for trailer park
with attractive arrangements 1963 :

"i Est rbioo Cartridge and of fruits, fall flowers, activities, school awards, and i

1 Zipper Notebooks $2.49 atBradford Fountain Pens .$1.95$2.95 and foliage for the meeting.The membership dues.

,I County Telegraph. $3.95 at 'The TELEGRAPH. tea table was covered In past years the post has I

.. "'- ,I with a handsome cutwork cloth donated $25 for a Christmas
,! and centerd with a. fall arrange party for disabled veterans in

' rient 'in''a:' brass'.turkey: the Lake City VA hospital,

I II III r,,. ,container.. Mrs: C.. L.'' Scholl. and; this annual contributionwill

I I. poured coffee" from 'a' silver, be acted on Tuesday .'.... ,.,.. .. ... '... j
.w .. .
, 1 service. night. Matters of finance and 4 "fw +w'a;:.K'." -7n&wwY k"w"' ,y':..,',.."."'..,"?{''{" <>,'", 'a..w'>.....,,. VII-oI>>
", ]' real, estate pertaining to post j I

...>. Birthday Party property :will be discussed, including Ir r

I .1'''Y .2','. ..w ,,' .'" For Judy- Brabham1, ities." the. trailer park activ! FIRST QUALITY GIFTS AT LOW, LOW PRICES !

" "'t.r.- .:f':1.,;'.... .;..: THEATREOpening ,-.. .. : '' Judy Rae Brabham celebrated The post will also discuss .

It-:: ',,: f. ... .... her; seventh birthdayanniversary' and act passing a resolution J r ?\ V51
/;: .,Time:' f' ,4" urging that 'county andcity.officers.be .I::1 LIEN S ,UMINATfD 1 f 1
I ,::';; day.l2 P. ''M. --. Mon.\ Thru: Fri-5':45f.P.: the home' of with her Parents a party, Rev.at closed, as well d ._._

. V ... ., business; establhments'on; ; ;NYLON JERSEY \' k 1 1Q,1JACKETS
If" and Mrs: John R. Brabham |t DRESS
Veterans Day, a national holi-
,>ffe Wed., Thurs..Nov.2a 22, from 3:30: to5 \o' ock in, the

11 '\ f. ".,. -, .. .. backyard Raiford Road...of.. the ,parsonage on. day. !, \ FASHIONS ;:

t ;;.VOLCANIC POWER. :AND' PASSION! The birthday 'cake was'..dec oW 4 I
r orated in a "}'Il ir. Ss' Mary .'V f/ftV G / FOR THE o

II t e a e Quite Contrary" .theme, and ; + fA\ HOLIDAYS O
was served, with, punch. j SCHOOL 'A/;: : \

1 I ii the Attending honor guest the were party Laury with:I I', .

Anton, Mark Hardenbrook,i Made from'' laminated

) i 1 I Mike Gissy, Ann Haines' Karen 1 100''% .brush ed nylon : //Mt w A ,.

Hutchins, Randy Pass,' Vicki: jersiy TwitH fancy- cot Others r

} 11 Turner, Debbie Green, Steve I t nJli irig. Knit'insert 'f at $.99 r i'

._ f.i f. Strickland, sandi Rose ,' r .
collar. shirred. elastic Designed' to make you look
I 4 : : I\I' McRae, and.:Jody, Jimmy, and: ,button Cliff.Com s: ''" loveliest for the YIetBl.woshable. seaside r '
: !
.1's'' N' 1.f'fl'eSr: .. ,'\\) Johnny. Brabham. I p Sizes i3 } son. Beautiful new styles jn r'

.: '\.... Birthday favors and candy; 'j. V a variety of lovely fabrics f
... 46.
.. ." 3614 and colors.
(" Complete size
.t. idea ii rl
.,:. were given to each guest Cutest ever! Wiggle ;"
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. :.. Qver G ;'eep CoveTornadoes : back to the 24 yard line. Elder COMMUNITY. CHURCH

\ Warackii attempted a pass is he ran KEYSTONE}:, HEIGHTS

: ". the third down ever 'but a

, 4 hard charging Blue Devil line Dr., A. C. 1141.:Minister.

Get Easy 19-6 WinBradford's forced him to eat the ball. Oni Mrs. George A. Canova, organist -
: The President's '
.; Thanksgiving Message i fourth down Noegel got 10 and director. John Hudson -

_' 1 ::: i yards to the 15 yard line but I Youth Director.

; Deserves R Dear Mtj Editor: Tornadoes had the Cove 23 when Blue and tackle that was not nearly enough Sunday School. 9:30: aJn.
: Care/u// And( T/iougfit/u'/ 4 1 drij'! ? j I More About the Courthouse, Green :.! Pass Mike Maruca I 11
a. m.
no, trouble la notching their : Devil center Pat Fitzsimmons i broke through to cut him and Green Cove took over with

: ;;;: In view of recent therefore, I, John 'P. Ken-1 I. :If last week's suggestion,: sixth win Friday night as they i broke through the line to nail ;I down. Williams, the Blue DeI .4 less than a minute remaining Youth Groups, tFIKST p.m.

w, -States should be unsatisfactory to simply ran over Oreen Cove I fulloack Noegel on a fourth I. vil workhorse, broke through i in the contest.
; : President' Kennedy's President, of- the United! the public, then let's try another 19-6'in a mediocre ballgame. down ,situation. :Taking over the middle then as he twisted | Still fighting hard, the Blue BAPTIST

.; : upon our nation to' ca,' in' =accord wjth the; joint i plan. Leave the old jail : The Tornadoes first touched I, at. their own 22 the Blue DeI -i his. way to the one ;yard line.j Devils' Williams got 12 yards KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS

: Thanksgiving. Day, Congress. approved Dec.!, building as is, build an addi-l I paydirt in'the, slowly play I I vils coulot go nowhere a 15 I He. went across on the next 1: on a pitchout around right end i I

2 prayers for fortitude fo which designates the .fourth tion on the east side of the ed contest with 9:43: ,minutes I yard. penalty pushing them I play for Green Cove's lone TD'' before Knowles went around :
: certainties of the futu in November oteachHyearas present building, out to the left in the second period when i back to the 11, and Kelsey ;, of the game with 8:30: left in 1 left end for 11 to the 38 yardL |: Copef. rid. Minister of Music
.. thanks for our many g vi :Day,5do, ,hereby' proclaim sidewalk:if'necessary, build in;:I left halfback Rowan Thomas I punted ,21, yards out to his.i I I the ballgame. line. Three plays more did not': and church organist Sunday School
the office'of school Services:
: be taken to heart by all the 22nd .of Noy mber of a way that i- went over- from four' yards out ,, 39.,. Tornado, halfback, Rowan.j I ,The Tornado fine broke I' net the Devils another first I 9:45 ui. Morning Worship,
.. In of national Thanks- superintendent will still have after 'a',series of fumbles had i Thomas took, the kick but it'! through to smother the point however and Tornado freshman -, : a.
a thoughtful day 'I I Training Union
as a plenty of room and at the 10:50: a. m.
: set up the touchdown. Thomas { got away from him and Green after try forcing the Blue Dei I signal caller Donald Fal-1 I
.. I II I i
message, 7:00 Evening services
\ same time give the office of p.
also started the whole thing : Cove recovered possession. i VHS to try to run but officials con ended the game on third I II
: said: urge that ,all' observe this day I county judge all the room that I II i 1 1I I 8:08: p. m. You are invited to
off when he fumbled
I !|i a punt I On the very next play i ruled that the ball carrier's down by tackling Williams. i i time wIts
"Over three -with humility. is required. share family Prayer
reverence apa" return ,as the first quarter I however the Blue Devils luck j i knee had touched the ground.I Statistics I II
: mouth, on us renew' the spirit of the pil Next, build another addition 1'ended and the Blue'Devils re- us.
(iran sour and Starke's Gary I and the ball dead. The score
: grims established the at the first Thanksgiving, in a on the west side of the present -: : covered.On 'Kouba recovered the game's i was 19-6 as it would at the end:I Starke o.C. 1 1I
building large enough to i I I First Downs. . 13 10'
ering tQgether each inscrutable wilderness, fac the next play however -
and tvery second opsecutive fumble on i, of the ball game although the '
: their gratitude to God e dark{ ; _unknown with a faith 1 give the tax assessor's office- : Oreen Cove returned" the the preen Cove 28 yard line. Tornadoes fought back hardbut I'I Rushing 12 7 !
i I . .
i 1
more spaceand at the same I I Passing 0 :
I favor 'and Kouba : "
: vation'of their of their dedication to God and the t I Ii guard Gary. : .I On first down Dugger got six were thwarted from another -I itS
time clerk i . .
give the office' of Penalties 0 3 :
: harvests their labors drawn from their sense that I pounced; : on: the pigskin i at ,the i yards to the 22 and the Tor- touchdown. I,
i of the circuit court all the extra I "' Total Yds Gnd. 276 161
|Clay 28 yard line to set .
up nadoes declined a five jard I
: in the new land. were brothers. 'space that is needed there. the first Tornado Tornado halfback Larry I Rushing . 248 149 't'666

.. "Joining 'with their us renew that spirit by .offer I Now in case that there Though it took them until score.the< penalty. Jackson ran the keeper ( Crawford took .KeLsey's kick-]!i Passing . 28 12
to the left then and I
I 1 play
: shared together. and ; thanks for uncovenanted mer- should arise the need,for.additional ; second quarter ,to reach 'the i got 12 big yards down to the off and ran it back 29 yards J I Passes Compl'd. 2-5 1-2
gether in a deserts or merits, and I offices in the buildIng i I to the Starke 44 with a hard I i Passes Int. By..0 1
2 common beyond our I goal qoach DaviS i HUrscharges Blue Devil 10 for a ,first down.
: Thanksgiving has J) to meet the responsibili t ,,,then look at the dead completely j I drive. With junior quarterback !i Fumbles Lost By. 2 3 '.. --- ', .., -- '>-' -. -
Pay? : i ( 'dominated' Halfback Thomas added I Phil Elder calling the |I'I I',. _. ___ _. ._ _. ,' _'.. _"
in the courtroom Yds. Lost Pen'l. .95 50 '
i! space Up- the contest from there on out. I
: part of the fabric '
upon us. I' three yards to the seven and signals and Thomas Dugger ,
Americans with their that spirit by shar- stairs. Only about half of i i A second Tornado TD came his into Score by quarters:
us renew I I then punched way and Noegel running, the Tor- '
this:, spate is ever used. T pe'' with only 3:22 left in Starke 0 12 7 0 19
the -
: other, and with the abundance of this day with I second I the end zone for the first! nadoes worked the ball down
back end could easily be ..partitioned alsoietup Green Cv 0 000 6
and it
: kind. less fortunate, in- our land and period was ( I score of the night. End Billy I to the seven yard line, the
,I off and make 'some' Blqe Devil TD Summary
. "It -is fitting that Let us renew that spirit by 1 by a fumble Bowling failed to kick his i longest play being a 15 yard N-EW''
I nice offices there.Now. which tackle Jack McC mb : Starke: Thomas I run, 4] :
: year our own day of always to establish larger'I as to.theparking pro,I i recovered at the Green Cove point after and the 2:15 Tornadoes seconds pass from Elder to Dugger. I Jackson [run, 31; Noegel I run
i is fitting that give of brotherhood. blem.There are at.present 12! led 6.0 only I With a third down situationat
: we. 16 yard stripe..,Quarterback the 'second quarter. 81; Starling (extra point. 11 .
.. the safety'of our land, us renew' that spirit by pre, spaces on, the east side and tl(Bill.J&Ckson tallied:three plays;I gone ,in the seven Dugger spurted I: Clay County: Williams I run

: of our harvest, for the our souls for the incertitude toom( for four more.. 1 observe i' later from three yards out on _End Jpe Pub: returned Bisltop'S -10ft his left tackle and into the :..11.:. .
ki k-off eight yards to I end zone but the touchdown
that two or three of the officers ; a keeper play to the left side.j ,
liberty, for the health by being always ready to con- i '
: have designated 1 the Green Cove 3, but. on first; was nullified because of a : Have you an old refrigerator, -. ': -
spaces The at halftime 12- i- '
: We do so in no spirit of crisis with steadfastness, and I score was down 'OieuCQve.. was docked : holding penalty against the fan or tools which you no longer ,
their private .
for Billy
0. Starke after end Dow- '
: ness. We recognize with grace and modesty.I can't all these spaces be designated } ling, and halfback, Marty Starling five yards, for'. being. Off sides I! Tornadoes and ball was moved use. Convert them into cash' :1 I .

: beneficiaries, of the us renew that spirit by con- for the use of the I I I returning to action as a and could, gain only one of I I : i' '" !

SI of oar fathers, and our energy and our hope with various officers? Why not extra point kicking specialist,1 them' \back before they were

: the legacy on to our and women everywhere that the treat all alike? Now if these i I: since being injured in the p.;, forced, .to punt.. '. ., "

: equal toil ,and equal may move more rapidlytoward:, 16 spaces are ,insufficient, Ki; Yonge game failed.to getthe I The Tornadoes' Jackson with LET LP GAS SPECIALISTS :

: "We recognize, too, when Thanksgiving may be a, .there is plenty of room.'onhe i ,pigskin through the uP- grabbed in the from punt his and.block- J'J'good ,
: in a world of peril and universal celebration. Jefferson Street side for si$I right*, ,. :
returned it 43 yards -
more!' 'spaces would 'p.ot 'th se' .The Tornadoes downed ers TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR fT'
' :; in so uncertain a us renew that spirit by ex, 't t Green Cove 22 yard line to put ,
all the troubles -
' .. suggestIons cure: I Green "p ve's. second,. ,halfkickbf ,
: more grateful for the I the Blu Devils into a hole
limita- office space and ,
of the
! our acceptante 'I of more : 'it .the. 35a_: then; '
, : gifts of hope and, love parking? marched 65 yards in plays again. Dugger got 12 yards j UtAS NEEDS
,of human striving, and affirm.1 ,I :
left end with
us \n adversity and _
: : I would like to digress just for their third touchdown 'of _
.. unceasingly for duty tostrive none, the less, as I,I that. the outside aid of an excellent block byj i
'the ga'me.
! more. a. little. bit to say .; Fullback Larry t !

f I : nity ,within this nation may direct, us, toward public rest rooms ,are'',a Noegel' did, the! honors or)',a Jackson, t but there. ,the Tor- :i Fine Service -

r : earth. world for all mankind." disgrace and should",be.remov hard run from eight yards out.' nadofs luck temporarily ran t
oiii 15 holding penalty -
A yard
ed... .. 'Nbegel wa&.hjt. !at the four but ;, the And Fair Prices
them back to
, 'So far as I know.11 tore himself loose,to make it > pushed now gives youSWEEPING
.w -i -'i --I-- -L .. -
.. 'carried'oui:; 25 and although Jackson- !:: 0
. CommitteeHonors above plans were 1 end zone. This I z
ASC 13 +
.. all the problems :. Bowling pass. gained yards I
I it would solve : Marty Starling made good his I II t

.-. : MembersFelix except"one.,.and that, will pro- I: extra point -try and 'the, Tornadoes [ it did .not make a first down. Bottle & BulkEQUIPMENT SUPER

bably,be-discussed later. ,:"led'19-0 earlyi in the I'I I On the plays before that
.. . however, Jackson hit end FLOOR HEAT!
Foster Shi
Sapp.; E. W. Hayes. '
I third. period., I I
.. .v. PaSs which1
% < = with a pass .
Smith, and C., E. Andrews." 'The"game seesawed back :
.. home Bradford County ASC Com I the officials, ruled he caught out Golden..louvers in the
and forth until early .in
.. ,Company of the end zone. I IWith tA4 heat outlet motor
was are
J"N mitteemen received special i iI & .. :
.. final p d"of. play.' when, / 4 '
of the I a .first down at the driven to rotate f back)
recognition for their outstanding Tornado fumble by fullback
that I Is 12 yard line, however, the | and forth
contribution to the Conservation i Noegel gavq, the Blue Devils t" FREEMan -

\ t effort in.the. county I the,ball at trje_Starke 43,,;yard l Blue Devils had no luck at all the heat over your
. I II honey.during the.ASCf.State_confer- Superior line.Untilthen: the Tornadoes I' as theyfumbled, for the second floor. All new in per

.. j -all i ence in Daytona Beach last had comoletely dominated t time 'and Tornado tackle! I formance, styling and
II McComb fell on the loose Gas!
: I I week. Co. C, 748th Ord. Bn., play:tieierev ( being forced \!t Jack TANKS colors, this new Siegler -
These ,committeemen were;i Starke,Armory, received a, Superior third pigskin at the Green Cove J
to pUnt until late in. the "Pyrafax" gas is no ordioary I gives you a new
I\ : Enjoyed a day at' the II presented a Certificate of Ser-;, on',its annual Command ,quarter. *. /\ On'first down' Jackson got dimension in heating
Every I
gas. tankful is
took ,in all the exhibits, home ,rice from the Florida State; Maintenance Inspection, this Bur the Blufe Dpvjls were ,:; eight yards on the keeper play comfort.

I : ed over, the livestock; and I II collard J ASC Committee for their contribution :,,. month.? Equipment in each I not[ to be denied their one ', to the' left-; Noegel added five tested.for quality for pu ,

I .. everything, in fact except J later i 1 to the successful operation ::: service [ordnance signal engineer ; .shot at glory and, seven'plays more to the three, and Jack- rity, for accurate measure. USE LP GAS p& -

: on some of the contraptions j entered << of the' Agricultural:i i i quartermaster, chemical -; later halfback Ronnie Williams son carried over for the scoreto I' ,You simply can't buy a .fitjIJ

the carnival. Our brains II water- i
( : scrambled enough as it I I c cI county during 1962. j: teams. went 'in,.for their only :: ended water heating-clothes SAFEST DEPENDABLE;I

without getting on" rides I In an effort to speed the!1 I Capt. Drew Reddish, company touchdown ,afte, :lie 'had fit the right and,that. any 'drying-home beating!
I I counted in the SERVICE See
was action at
\ :: confuse us further. : j carrying! out of needed conservation : commander said the it up with a 12 yard:ran the '
I A : work on individual: superior rating was the resultof 'drive first
S I I play before ,ifye1.. was Second Half
: What fun the kids get I.I ;farms and ranches' throughout having trained personnelin marred,, however, 'by'Ute fsjct DENMARK

j : of the rides, though. We I I to aj j < the nation, a special effortis the unit "who know how to that'30 of Green' Qov 's yards End Billy Dowling fell on to PYROFAX GAS SERVICE

V If : a kick out of watching | ;j being made. by the U.S. Department use and maintain the equipment came on penalties against the the Green Cove kick-off

\\I : youngsters on the the : of Agriculture to en- which is a large item in Tornadoes for roughness and open the. second half of play I '
, .. let fly 'courage farmers and ranchersto 'with a Tornado first down at 220 N. Furniture Co.
. round .and remembered any military budget. He added too much noise by the BHS Temple Ave. Phone 964-8091
: we used to try for the tor-I participate in the 1962 Ag- that. "Much credit is due b dwhIch.'as cited for playing their own 35. Thomas got nineI'

ring" which entitled one :ricultural Conservation Program many of our noncommissioned while. the game was, .in yards and Noegel added five AFTER HOURS PHONE 964-1972 I 434-446 W. CALL ST.
at the
I' first down ,
I : a free ride. I officers for this fine rating. process and disturbing the more for a I PHONE 964-4321

S S was a The ACP is administered by They are capable of carrying. quarterback's signals. 49: Dugger added seven and _ _ _ _ _ _ _
added six for another o .
: The one ,we wquldnt sure the Agricultural Stabilization out their assignments, by That ended the scoring ,for Noegel !
a long and Conservation first at the: Green Cove 36.
tried for love or money I County knowing the equipment they the night as -the. tornadoes .
better C Committee and the local ASC Thomas added.six more, Noe-
: the circular platform on must use. ,, with a liberal supply of substitutes '
the standing-up riders known Committeemen receiving the, Co. C has its authorized ag- In. the line-up drove gel two and Thomas 'again ESCORT
of the awards played an importantpart : for three yards :netted a thirdi \ Here
: whirled at great speed gregate strength, but has been'' to the Green.Cove seven yard at the 25. your
then the thing dipped until In'encouragingthe_ coun, allowed to enlist additional line only to, have a 15 yard i first down

: spun on'end! Reminded us ty's farmers and ranchers to I personnel by reason of .some holding,penalty end the drive. ', Dugger lost one' yard then

much of our' days spent place carry out, needed soil, water,"' of the,,other' Florida units, "being :- The Blue'DevUs ran the clock 'as end Joe Puhl broke throughto twice I -for all the shows !
him ,for a loss great
: ing the N, Y., C. ,subways! until and woodland practices, on under strength."CWO,A. out then :in four plays and spill I ,
S our their farms and ranches tinder -. L. Croby Jr., personnel <> flcer the gaine ended when freshman ::!n' a row. But Jackson came

: In the pavilion ) just the, AQP Program. points' out that the' unit Tornado quarterback back with the keeper play ,to /1i

admired the fine beef We're' therefore may enlist person- Donald"Falcon' tackled halfback the'right for a first at the 13. :

: dairy cattle, horses, hogs and of and oaks i" I nel to be assigned as-mechan- Williams. Noegel, then drove into the I
green pines big
out;; I .if in two plays. getting
a poultry (Including"the. I covered' with Spanish moss. I J ilcs, supply specialists, and, P14sPlayBlueDey11.. endzone, The !
I i a new five and then eight yards.
. : legged hen and" KTc-lish: I.tI S [other ordnance Jobs. halfback Charles then'led 18-0 aftera -GENERALELECTR'IC
.s which looked like a The unit now ha ,11 men Tornadoes
Someone remarked this cGuctJn
II J .took HarQBishop's drive"which carried them
,Ii dame ; party] their six months active ;
: going to.bg taking
week that, a crow or a four- ckjOfft9 open, tr}>e (' yards to paydirt. Starling
, :
.. ice was (especially l \ : it. we duty training [personnel with :165'
leged.armint seems to know r' and 'was. 'thrown for ,a ,
game his
then as second -
rJ : in the litttq red pigs: SM plants no'prior active- duty,' with added point NEW 16"I.PORT ?
Instlnctly whether a pecan-,is j I : five yardJs-back to his ownIS' extra point.try split the I .
I .. ted to,take one'Pe with a plant some' of them $scheduled to return -
noL this The ,beginning,
004 or Apparently yard Jine., perfectly and Starke
tance. uprights SCREEN'
S in are: '
," : f : I 1&' true, for they will leave ; ;They : was. tJ 1eal-Or.the Tornadoes ; ABLE TV
[ led 19-0
Being Interested In1 es. we ,Pvts >tanuel Aguilera, 'i'pin. ,
some nuts on. a tree but [ as they. ,.Jo&t their ninth j teams 'eXChanged -tEXTRALIGHTmEXTC0MMCT
doggone The two .
and flowers, we'y.'ett t Cason, Paul Landry,, Wil"i f .
k, : .; I those the,; do leave are not fit my, [!;Straight, 'toss-of tee se then but',late in
the, pigskin
: jabs i
impressed '
.with' Ham Gradj Over-
r ly, very | to.eat. : Moody The Blue"Devtls; .then sOn.1 Blue Dojls' \
just for the third period the
'I exhibit =by th& State t street William .Q,. Bboden I
t eat\U almost seven ,,1
I : ed to ? Wayne Henderson got
: which we;; thought wa one J dege4cinson, enxiBd- '
It's our'guess' 'theyargoodat of the-game with a driye
.. thfiptt displays D l.l\s. ; dish Kelly Roger utes six yards in, tw6 plays and
i. it because they spend j' Robert ,_ that earned: them 47 yards',to ,; 'off sides
2 hav eve!. eea.tnc1d to ride Dixon.. and'Pranilin, Starling ,with, the aid of an
) !
we ? ;; all their time stealing. W i' "- the' Starke 38 yard line before the 'Tornadoes ...,ExtRA PORTABLE
I ly., the.grounds ud'.appr and 8?e Just-don't' like and j:I' Younj<< men Interested. may I penalty against
crows. re- it :faltered.
; . I[rHlaik > first down at thestarke' II
: es to .the >prlAon. are ia In fue'to_ ,credithem,with anything .1, enlist Immediately and leaver < a line. Halfback B G16. N. "DAYLIGHT BLUE1 Model
.. 1.cGt.ic1PtW! I i 46 yard
example: the :ndiwork Maples ifor six months trajnmg. or if 502 XBullington's
: except. a penchant, fox. I .liams p4 Wayne Henderson j Knowles then skirted his
: this inspired group. i U. and mischief.. ;, they,are seniors_in igh school [ : ,
.. )o-': 'i. I of .t they may wait until graduating carried the.mall,far the RiuleDevils 'left end. only to be met with -

: Got some'honey from r to be- .Zipper, .Notebooks. $2.4a1 t. i I complete. ',the sh :inbnths of .on the drive 18 before yards 4"| a crashing' tackle by Starke I
Tom Kelsey minted jarred '
who I.
r. of I4 I active duty after which they'to ,end Gene, Pass "
ey-Man::p, I Bradford County Telegraph. 'I I ".
J 1. ____ ._ _. return the parent unit to. as the ball went_out OXJXUthS hiia loose 'from the ball and ,
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'It' *, ( .' complete their military ser. at the StaIte' 3. ; (:I,the :Tornadoes recovered. 'j :' Conrenient Front Controls Rich OILY -
COUNTY Noegel returned -
. TELEGRAPH vice.. When he finallygot this -Fullback Larry clear I front "'
ESTABLISHED 1870 "'- Starke !I I the favor two plays, ; sound Automatic gain
... 'SE The,unit has one man.. EP4 hindsjoa.tfie pigskJq '
4 < ,. John C. Stephens Jr.,. enrolled -' halfback Lionard ,Dugger op-!!' later, though, and the. Blue I! control. ? for strong or weok'sign )

,. florid* e1cI<**" 4eekiy in. Officers Candidate'| enedhis, team's "offensive 'efIort -t'I Devil had a first down at" : .stability; iltin'adjust hte an- S

I 1 Newt &pel'. Pub11ahe4 i.v.. School.,'who' expects to graduate '\thta nine yard: run, in-I!lthe"SWke '43,- a loss of three ***** Big 16" square "DayligJtt' 95

I .:. w- S S tfnuously C i et- The BUM ,next. June. ,UL RichardH. 'dicatire! ,of the yardage the'Tomadotx yards because of the two tuml Btec"& picture 158

N aj T Uu ie611 .Jockel graduated from .the i r .cou& make when :l bles.- 'From 'there Henderson ,

: : course',last summer. I I they took,,,a, n9tiqn.!,. Halfback'Rowan'T 'ft I got three yards ,and Knowles I .

E. L. MATTHEW'SEditor After enlisting inthe Guard,'t mli,,gunning from three 'to' the 37. Green Cove I IIi

: qualified young: men.; may the position! previously occupied -.'then incurred an illegal motion

.I. i and Owner apply, to_ attend OCS and,receive -' by' Uvj,no injured Tom' I penalty but the next play
: : ,SUBSCRIPTION, RATES ,a'commissioa In the j-! Gardner ,apearheadedtie r,the Tornadoes were penalized

.. ;,4 VN; TftAfic AktA- "' i OUTSIDE TRADK AREA D y ,Nattoml/Gikrd' and.'11.8.I I 'drive _with:: runs'of 25, llr"li I 15 yards,when the band's playing -
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_lcNTuIl ,.to ON! YEAR a.Q' and 2 yards. interfered witti 'the rig-
I Army, Rteerves -.:=,
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f U; .MONTHS S 1.69TH : field.Wtth'atirstat. Appliances
: The unit will have training The Tornadoes* tampered : .aals-on.the ;
,. ** .*.OHTH$ 1.00 THan MONTH ,.2. ; ; : '
:: Published Each aid Entered ,ri. 'asseI bU I on Dec.'andS to 'in their efforts by a total i the 22 yard
Tfconday u Beeoad da* Mtt i; ; '
conclude their training for of 25 yards of penalties h Wt.. -,- line of the Tornadoes then. t .Q. W. CALL ST. .
at tb P *t Offle
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at Fix udcr Act of Mardk. J, 117* PHONE f
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First Blanding Deer

Jerome Griff of Starke claims honors for bagging; the

.. first deer. I In {he Camp Blanding Wildlife Management Area lITct 0 TU'Q OF FLORIDA
this season. GriffU, who also took the first. deer from Bland- #

ing Saturday last! season morning came just out a few with hours hi* six-point after the buck season early opened.last ; Y I $ i 9O FREE $ :_00 f; TV V 1% 1 1 1 iJ Formerly Robbins'

n Starke, Florida
Land Sales Total $$150,300 ., ,I -

In" .County During Past Month 1:1 Y GIFT I CERTIFICATE I EZY Ladies S 99' .5

Bradford County property I Denmark, Jacksonville, resi- With Purchase Of $a Or More CAR
transactions during the month dence In Mt. Pleasant on Silver *'-,
from'October 15 to November I Lake $5,200. a Iwl Redeemable Dec. 1 thru Dee. 15
15 totaled $150,300 the largest Thelma V. Thornton and j
;- sale being a I1Q.OOO piece Elbert Erie Thornton, her t Y $1.00 $1.00 -- $1.00 -- $1.00 $1.00 .
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of:property on West Madison husband, to Margaret B. Pen- r .-.ry.. COATS
Street on which the new I oyer and David' H. Penoyer

Winn Dixie Store parking loll I HCr husband. Staike, 10 acres Y ,
is to be erected. of Ian, $1,200.Frances .
Realtor Guy Andrews pur- E. Peters, Alachua y
chased the Iot3. hich are located I County, to David F- Wallace
In the next block west : hew York City, res dente in V Boys' JACKETS E Ladies' S
of the preset: Winn Dixie ; Indian Beach Suodiviiion. '
market, fro Myrtie HazmIf 15000. '
McKinney j Benjamin Euslow to W. T. Slim Jim REG.1.99. tQ
Only transactions of $1,000 i' Jackson Starke, parcel of & 1 1l I
: or more arc listed here. ,Prices land 12000., -l $559S -
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I j of sales are figured frum C. D. Edwards, Starke. and UP iSets
I documentary, tax stamps affixed Lloyd G. Edw.irJs, Jad son. \ I r
! to deeds filed in the office ville, as devisees of the Last _
II of. the county clerk in Will and Testament of NellieE. V
(f the Bradford County Court- Smith, to Raymond L. Powell X
t t house.. t Starke $12,500. Men's.JACKETS S 88 .
\ f A, P. Reaves to F. L. Lud- Nancy Q. Griffin joined by VP .
' wig Marianna, lot in BedfordI her husband.,pelix Griffin to:,
Oaks. $1,400Irma .. V. J. Hazcn Graham, 35 acres :.y
j 'M.. dm fo Billie J. of land, $8,000.J. .
i I Gay, 16 acres of land and W. Burke to Richard A. .y $$599 4
j residence 8000. Dorff and Mazie A Perdue, '' ,
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.i Joe Moody,Jak Butler; to New Baden ,111., parcel '. I-. .-. -' ,
three acres of land, $3,500.L. Elizabeth Givens to Midst ".w. -.
D. Vining to W. H. N.>lI- <\te Homes, Inc., residence ."
man Slarke--. parcel of land, and three acres of land. $2-
I 1300. : '.. .
.i Bessie McCallman to Julius 700.W.. B. Devine to Sarah Un- Ni Pajamas .

E. Hammontree and Harold: derwood parcel of land, $2-, ..
M. Hammontvee, Dinsmore, 200. .. ,
Just Arrived A Nice .Selection. In Many Patterns
Florida, lot in Mt. Pleasanton Arthur Dale Starke to Glen
Silver Lake 2900. I of
R. Garrett Starke. .parcel
,.. Harold M. Hammontree toJulius. land 1400. "-- Flannels and .
M. Hammontree and,
F. S. Campbell Lawtey to :
Earl Jefferson Crews, a fourth reggeg
Glen G. Bennett. Lawtey par-
interest each in a lot in Mt.
cel of land $2,500 98
Pleasant on Silver Lake, $1-
Heirs of the estate of
500.Ardel Howard to Grady Fannie Bryan and: .Lawrence for the holidaysOur
Deen Markham Lake City, D. Bessent to George W. Ro- : S. JflJ
berts Jr., Starke, parcel of
parcel of land. 2000. .
John D. Patterson to James land $3.500.Jesse II
D.uPhillips.: Starke resi- Randolph Jr. to Surety r Ff
dence in Crystal Lake Home- Mortgage Investment ,
sites 5300. Company a Florida corp., :y H New York Buying Office i Has Combed

N. L. Knight to W. H. IHo- parcel of land, $2,700. ,o The Markets Of America's Leading Manufacturers
ganl) Smith, Starke, one acre Arvin Douberly to Harold e ;;;,; ; To Bring To Starke And The Entire s:,
of land $3.300vRaymond Edwin Crawford, Lawtey parcel -. y Area These Outstanding Styles, Quality '.,'

I A. Hicks to OvidCD of land, $4,000.ty > ; ; ", And Values In New Dresses. ,

LecturesTo Civil Defense and the Adult Yrdq "' rro

Education Dept. the course t; ..
Begin Flannels Plaids and SolidsMen's t Pctites JuniorsMisses : ', :
will continue for the succeeding -- .. ,.
Monday, 7 P.M. i three Mondays from 7 to

10 p.m., and will be open to :: .
A series of four lectures on the public without charge.A R $299 : .
Civil Defense will begin Monday -, eg. n
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Nov. 26 at 7 p.m. at the certificate will be given ; :' .
Starke Elementary School .'. .,. r r
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.It I -4_ iT'yr--- Big Fallout Sessions numbered 13-136 in the Circuit

.Mr.. Wells 68 I Court of Bradford County, Flor-
ida; I will sell the property situated -

:, i' For TornadoesContinued I Attending a workshop in I II in Bradford County, Flor-
ida, described as:
..-Funeral services for. Ruric -. I fallout shelter construction at The east half of Lots 1 and
.A.Wells. 68. were held in the __ i&I'tR'- I the South Jacksonville Women's 2. Block 17, LIVINGSTON
."First Methodist Church at __ From Page One] i Club on Monday were TRUBY AND CO.'S SUBDIVISION

:Sf rke. at 2 p.m. Tuesday __' .' : Cove last Friday. Billy Dowl- I Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Civil Defense Platt thereof. according recorded to the in

Nov. 6, with Rev. John R. ing and Ken Terrell will be at Director for Bradford Plat Book 1 at Page 41 of

:Brabham officiating. Burial ; i-1; if 1wI ,- ends Jimmy Smith and Jack County and Carl Lamar Johnsof the Public Records Florida of, Brad-
; ; ford County
was in the Crosby Lake Ceme q : L McComb at tackles, Gary Starke Builders' Supply. at public sale to the highestand

ry under the direction of y !: 4twt; Kouba and Mac Hall at King Royer of the Univer- best bidders for cash, ut

,Robert" M. Naugle Mortuary. ___ guards and Harold Bishop at sity of Florida was instructorfor the County front Court door House of the in Bradford Starke,

.J ksonv1l1e. center will compose the Tor- the class which was con- Florida between 11 o'clock A.

'Mr., Wells was a native of p nado forewall. Rowan Thomaswill ducted as part of the U.S. Ci- I M. and' 8 o'clock P.M. on the

start again at left halfbackand vile Defense program. The 29th day of November, 1962.
.Sarke the
son of Stephen Charles A. Darby Clerk.
P1L1 Leonard Dugger at right. talks included instructions for Marian L. Crosby
and Mary Wells, and had lived By:
y4nJacksonville t. for the past 43 .1 -----I Larry Noegel will be in the the building of temporary Deputy Clerk

'Years. He was a member of FL -.4 :, '_ _______ spot and Bill Jack- shelters as well as permanent It ll-!!

".the Methodist ,.. .. ... ... .. ._ ... son at quarterback.The .
Church and a -"'- -- --- -- --'- I family and community shelt

veteran"\ of World War I. He Tornadoes will be look- ,-
Grand Champion In HorticultureM. ? ing for their seventh win of ers. I
"was a member of the American II
i II I Packaged Ice
Legion and Brotherhood the season. I
:oC: Railway Clerks, being em- 'B. Jordan vocational agriculture instructor at the State Prison, is g5 '4'4 OF 1
rployed in the mail and baggage assisted by two inmates in arranging the prison's Grand Champion exhibit Bradford BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH THE 8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,i 24-HOUR SERVICEK.
Scale model of the school farm operated by the Starke and
department of the Jacksonville in horticulture.
Terminal Co., from FFA Chapters is viewed by Mildred McGee '(left), and Linda Jones. Four Sunday School 10 a. m.; ('orXTlF LORIO'. IX j G. Brown
,J1919 until his retirement ,in !_ blue ribbons._ ,' won" ___ bv" chanters. .' are_proudly displayed._ Morning Worship 11 a. m. Victor CHANCERY.Divella and NO. 13-136. i I Automatic Ice Vendor

.1960.. 3: It 7:30: p.m. itev. R. T. Wil- Jennie Divella. his wife I

t Survivors include his widow .A"i' Winners Of Homemaking' DivisionMiss hams Evening, pastor.Worship 7:00 p.m. -Plaintiffsvs Mortgage 'I AtTENNECO SERVICE

Mrs. Margaret Mynihan Wells, Foreclosure
':a slaughter Mrs. James L. Mc- Dorothy Ross, county berg, spiced okra" ;, Mrs. A. L. log; Inger Hansen [21], canned 1 THE BIGHT POINT for the Rudolph Mercedes Coleman Coleman,and his !i STATIONNorth t

Don ld, and a brother. Roger way you write. Come in and wife, and Rose L. Field, Temple Ave.
home demonstration agent, Crosby Jr. [21. ,pickles peaches goods, apron;

3\.: Wells, all of Jacksonville. __ expressed herself as well'pleased Georgia, plums,; Foster, apron; Billy Huggins, select your favorite ESTER- NOTICE Defendants.OF SALE I I Ice For Every Occasion

.) with the number and Household Products wooden salad bowl. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Notice is hereby given that I;

I quality of exhibits in the The 4-H Club educational GRAPH.
Services HeldWednesday Mrs. T. F. Howell crochet
homemaking arts crafts, exhibit, "4-H Around The
__ bedspread; Mrs. P. D. Fanch--
'ForMiss canned goods, and other World," also won a blue rib-
er. crochet dogs; Mrs. J.. G.
Reinoeh! houshold products at lastweek's Caldwell [(21, crochet afghan, bon. ij
Baked Goods
Bradford Fair.
County \
crochet foot warmers; Mrs.
The blue ribbon Mrs. Sidney Hansen, angel
I *!iss Helen Marie Reinoehl. following Sidney Hansen' [(2], 'crochet
winners were announced: food cake; Mrs. J. F. Hazen
).'former resident of Starke, T pillow cases, crochet table
[2], oatmeal cookies, choco-
tiled Sunday Nov. 4, in a Canned Goods cloth; Mrs. M. F. Hazen 31,
"*. late fudge; Miss Pam Parker, 20 Words or less, one time ______ .95 Memorials, Re solutions __--__ de per wortiks
Jacksonville'hospital.. She was Mrs. Inez Kelly, watermelonrind crochet baby sweater dresser
banana nut cake. If not paid in advance u__ 1.00 Cards of Than I up to 50 words 2.59L
a native of*Colorado and lived preserves; Mrs. T. F. Ho- scarf, table cloth; Mrs. Wm.
4-H Demonstrations __. Over 50 word _._ 6c wortL50
Blind Ads 1.00
to Keyed or per
Jiere before moving in well, kosher dill pickles; Mrs. E. Finucan needlepoint picture -- -

Jacksonville, where she resided Tim Rogers [6 ribbons], tomatoes ; Mrs. Paul Meng, chair Clubs Girls gave from demonstrations the Starke 4-H in Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads in: Classified per' inch

apple refinishing; ,Mrs. Jessie
at 116 East 17th St. peas sauce the 4-H booth during the fair. FOR RENT -Nicely furnished L
pears, peaches, apple jelly:; Young, sweater; Mrs. J. G. HASTINGS MATTRESS
I Funeral;: services were held On Thursday night Celita cottages 3 or 4 rooms. Quite
L Mrs. W. S. Haas bread and Caldwell corduroy pillow
%f 11 Wednesday Nov. 7, Bryant and Gilda Graham Christian people. E. Bessent
aJn; ; butter pickles; Mrs. R. 'F. Mrs. J< D.:"Doyle ,[12], hand towels Av... Phone 969-1545. tfchg. 'DIRead
Presbyterian how to make snack 710 Lemon St. Palatka
in the Springfield w Young [13 ribbons], sauerkraut, apron;' Mrs. John Douglas -
._ .. pan cakes. Friday night, Gail INSURANCEAT
.._ .. ... Furniture Repaired
Church with Rev. W. A. 1' = 0. "' >Y' ----'M'' fancy string beans, blue ber- hat; Mrs. D. E. Hill, suit; REDUCED RATES
McKinney and Janelle Pollard
J>irvin officiating. Burial was Randall and Ronnie Norman sons of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ries; Mrs. Lloyd Bryan, pepper Mrs. W. S. Haas,child's dress; AUTO FIRE BOAT Upholstered & Refinished
showed how to make batter-
!Evergreen Cemetery under Norman of Camp Blanding pose with 85 pound pumpkin relish; Mrs. D. H.. Craw Mrs. T. W.. Markey.. quilt. dip dogs. INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILT

Direction of Estes-Krauss Funeral against background of Bradford County products .of the soil. ford [2)], gallberry honey, 4-11- Clubs The girls gave away sam- Phone 964-4501 IF YOUR NAME IS New Innersprings

Home. guava jam; Miss Della ROSCIK: Mari1yn"M ctari',' rocheted ples during the demonstration. tfchg FOUND. AMONG. THE and_Box_ _Springs_ __
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/ FOR SALE- One acre on Rd. .CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Drop us A card or call
: Survivors sister,
include a and a brother, Albert S. Rein- i yyyyryyryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS'OFINTEREST; : 16 [Starke-Raifordl at corner AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9168

)tis. Elsa Lyles of Jacksonville, oehl of Doctors Inlet. ., Pleasant Grove grade. Abstract ,OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
a I I IVIENAND : TO COLORED with perfect title: high dry MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB,
and cleared. For desirable residential TICKET TO THE FLORI

emZENS. BRADFORD COUNTY use only. $2,500.00 DA THEATRE.FOR Starke. Arent -
WOMEN Hollis V. Knight. 131 West .

.. (By, Elizabeth Givens) Call St. Starke, Fla. tfchg SALE-200 feet on Law- WE DON'TSell
tey-Kingsley Lake Road, near you we help you buy.
I cicrs1GiROCERY ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA444aAAAa.&a .. LISTINGS WANTED All Good selection of new and
typesstrout Realty. P. O. Kelly's "Night Limit. $485.00.
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: \ ffarotortU'4i: A picture. show, entitled j to attend all serviecs. Box 307 Starke. Phone 468- Hollis V. Knight 131 West I used 8' and 10' wide Mobile

Patterns," will,,be/shown ,at All Sunday School students.1766. tf cb.gFOR .Call St. Starke Fla. tfchg Homes-

YE5 the; ,, school-. Saturday -night! 'wishing to take part in the SALE FOR SALE Large Coleman LAKE GENEVA

1 < ;J;" 3ec. lat :30p.m.The: publicis I Christmas program are askedto Ready mix concrete, concrete circulating heater. Good con- TRAILER PARK
i .1jt';'" dition 734 N. Thompson SL.tfchg. I mi. SE of Keystone Hts.
& MARKETHalf ""' Gertie McRae won the Ladies invite ,-to: attend-.and .see come out at 4 p.m. Mondayto block piers, fence posts, sand

-Tournament. Con this wonderful show.Mrs.. ; meet with Miss Frazier and cement,mortar mix rock,steel, on Route 100

Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 I II Handicap gratulations 1 f. S. .C."'Price.''teach r... other workers of the churchto oyster shell limerock, and roof YOUR make the OLD down WATCH payment on will a tfcig

I for the gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg WAITRESS WANTEDApply
Dell Chapter 168 OES get parts program.

OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M.. TO 11 P.M.: I met'The last Ladies Thursday, Golf Association for'a ..lun The 5th" anniversary OLDeUChapteri68O.WU1be'" Junior Chujch meeting each Bradford Engineering Co. beautiful' Discount new Bulova House. atDahmers in person, Garden Restaurant.

I k- cheon meeting7 in the-' lounge.: observed Monday at 5 p.m. TRAILER* MART tfchg _ tfchg..
"at the-3Free: .W, l., Representing 8 Manufacturers FOR RENT Furnished A- BE SURE to see WORLD
: Dot .ShePpard 'was in 'charge All Girl SCOUtS ana ail girls
SUNNYLAND C ist, 'Church" .;on; Sunday" ;";BaP"'j: as low as $385.00 downon partments. 1 & 2 bedrooms, BOOK before buYing: any en-
of the. luncheon and everything who ire interested in becoming cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your
\ 25 at. 2':3JJf.in'.irh: ( :: ) t'M New 55 x 10 wide. We trade we pay lights and water. Con-
: WaS delicious. Eleven members, tact 431 St. ,local 1951.
PICNICS LB. r'q : ,Scouts. are asked to meetat for anything. 7 years financ- Center Bulling- representattY since
ng'-Star od:264iMHerOin
attended. ;\ikithanks to those, : ;: ; > ing with low payments. HYWYNo. ton Appliances. Phone Day Box, 603 Pb. 364-3794 tfctur
_ : 'Ot"Jeneo; aricl< 'jh'e ; ,3 p.m. each Thursday in
;, Night
vvha contributed their 17. East Palatka dial 328- 9647191.tfchg T. W. Tatum
GRADE "A"FRYERS .: Waldo Chapter.OTIS.will';appear -: RJEHigh: School. ---
1e4 time to 'help in the booth at 1050 or 3252048. tfchg. FOR RENT -6 2 bath
:on .the program. Grand COLONIAL FLORIST rooms,
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LB1 the Bradford County' Fair. FOR SALE- Roomy 3 bed- house unfurnished. Block from
P Deputy Annie Flemings :of Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
Everyone is reminded to I --," BAYLESS HIGHWAY room finished house on pavedst. school, large yard. Key next
_r up'for the Mixed Two Bal]I Jacksonville will ;be guest CHURCH SCIIEDLUE at SJUx Depot in Starke. Flowers wired any place. Flowers door at 210 E. Adklns St. tfchg
5 TO 7 LB. sign speaker. The-.pUblic is Invited Plumbing hot water, new wir- for all occasions locally. FURNISHED
EVent for husbands and wives
BAKING HENS. lb. .. 39c on Sunday the 25th. The* I r to attend... Refreshments. Sunday School, 10 a. m. ing, new floors and completely Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nona rent. Rear of store 321
: entry
'( :t will be served. Mrs.. '-Frances Morning Worship, 11 a. m. repainted at Shell prices and St. tfchg Temple Ave. Phone 969-2981.
I fee will be $2 A. -
CAN'S per couple. Pierce mistress of ceremonies Training terms. Hollis V. Knight, 131
VAN CAMP NO.2'/2; . ; Union, 6 p. m. tfch*
covered dish will climax
i supper West Call St. Starke, PEYTON FLORIST
.' 99c .-,' ... Mrs Janie- Mitchell Worthy Evening Service 7 p.m. Prayer Fla.tfchg FOR RENT -Nice two bed-
PORK & BEANS cans rw- '- -':--"-'- the day. 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
I II Matron Rev. Damon, Deli
i I ; meeting, Wednesaav. 7 p. room concrete block residence.
3 Ibs. 25c I B. Lee of Mr.' Once again this past wee!: Worthy .Patron. PHONE 964-4155
SWEET POTATOES -- Pvt. John son FOR SALE: Unfurnished near school. $50
: and Mrs. Curtis T. .Lee.oi there have been very few pea Church 'NewsGreater LAUHA BAPTIST NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 per month. Hollis V., Knight.

'JIM DANDY Starke, recently completed: pie playing golf. We did hav
C : eight weeks .of basic, training a visitor playing, Dorr Smith. Church, Rev. Louis McKay BROOKER Wire Flowers Anywhere NOW F.H.A.-V.A. HOMES

GRITS 5 LBS. : at Fort Jackson, S.C., and is Welcome to you, Mr. Smith. pastor, will observe Trustee Sunday School, 9:45: ajn. tfchg
Morning 11 Available Immediately NEW HOMES-BRICK.
now stationed at- Aberdeen The pools were filled las!t Day with the'yo th.in charge a.m. REGISTER NOW for adult

CABIN HOME Proving Grounds',1r Maryland. week and certainly are" pretty. off 'devotions. The Junior Convalescent Home service, 3 $300 DOWN evening classes. Mail your C.B., FRAMEVA

for".specializedtraining.! The club l house now has win,. Choir will serve all day start- to 4 p.m. Evening Worship $86.57 Per. Bio.\ course selections to I* H. Gib

MEAL.--5LBS. :dows and is nearing compl. ing with Sunday School at 'I;30 pjn. Wednesday night PHONE COLLECr son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00. $50 DOWN

: Pvt. 'Charles; R,., Helsabeck tion. If you drive out to sei! 9:45.: with' Master McLee in Prayer Meeting. 7:30: o'clock Starke 964-8641 contact fee per Prof.course.Thompkins.Negro adults R.J. FILl 3% Down

ROYAL I son of Mr.. 'and,- Mrs. B; B;' the club house be sure to.wall charge: Morning 'Worship at E. School. tfchK

5 Ibs. 59c Helsabeck' of. ,King ey lake, around to the back side, thi j 11 aJn. At 2:30'p.m.. the Eas- NEW BRICK HOME in Key- NEW KINGSBERRY HOMES
RICE and
|: has completed basic training covered patio is lovely. Can"wait t tern' Star'will hold their an- stone Heights. 3 bedroom. F. unfurnished apartments. Also DESIGNED FOB
way you write. Come and I MODERN
in and ready for
H.A. approved
ALL POPULAR BRANDSMILK3tallcansfor : at Fort Gordon, Ga., and Air- to have a party there! niversary. Music'will' be pro- select borderedlot. unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom LIVINGLA
your favorite ESTER- construction. Large
bourne tralningat. Fort' Ben- -Carolyn E. Eaves vided by Choir No. 1. Come houses. Reasonable rent. W. H.
'. 39c I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- $69.85 monthly, $400 down Nollman. Starke. tfchg RUE CORPORATIONJOEL
nine.'.. -He is now stationed at and make this' a.-great- cele- GEAPH.IX Call collect Starke. 964-8641,

;, Fort Meyer. -'v i.'u with thernI bration. LaRue Corp 2tchg 11-29 STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR HEARD PIL 964-8641

GOOD i Honor. ,Guards; 1st .BG, ,3rd beforehand. .Numerous farm- Weekly Schedule: Monday 38 LOTS FOR SALE SALE. Call 964-5951 after 5
BEEF LIVER Ib. . 39c I .rehearsal. 'p.m. tfchg Inquire at 301 E. Call St.
-Choir, .
Inf. Old.,Guard; At presentheis ers in North Florida produced night, Senior THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Ready for Builder or Developer -

i home on leave'bef re leavIng good crops of corn and soybeans Tuesday night, 'Faithfui.'Few THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH JUDICIAL take them all and start ]FOR SALE Simmons place, FOR RENT Furnished a- I

SMOKED BACON lb. 39c I on Dec. 6 for 13 months?. in, 1962 with this meth- Club' meeting., \7ednesday" FLORIDA OF Vi THE AND STATE FOR OF building. Paved road frontage, 715 South Westmoreland St. partment. Private bath, hoi

i tour of'duty toKorea, od. night general "Prayer Meet- BRADFORD COUATT IM streets laid out. Ideal site East Priced for quick sale. Owner water bedroom living room

ing Thursday;t'') ght, Ladies CHANCERY. of Starke on State Road 230 leaving L town. For information large kitchen and dining ar-
LINKED -. .. :In Florida this practice is 'Mid-State Corporation Investment or East Call Street. A. J. contact Williams Jewelers. ea. 3% blocks from Post Of-
Circle jneet'-at home ,
PURE PORK SAUSAGE. 59c I I NAVCAD,Billy.B. Helsabeck known' as mulch' tillage. Complete will 'Georgia. -vs- No. 13.152 Thomas, Realtor. tfchg. fice. Call 964-5541 after 5:30
Of Candidate details this method of of Sister; ; Frank E. Pier and Eva in the afternoon. itchg \
I Jr. is enrolled uY fleer. on
I also JuniorVcjioir'rehearsal R Fier, his wife, WE BUY PECANS for a large ;FOR SALE- Pansy Calendula -
MAXWELL HOUSEINSTANT I I School'at Pensacola for farming are included in an Band Defendants Pecan Company in Georgia at ] & Petunia Plants. Mrs. V. A WATKINS ROUTE in this

COFFEE 6 oz. '- 79c' pilot training with: 'the 'Navy. eight-page..leaflet just released Friday nighU;: Prayer'" : a Florida corporation, the Starke State Farmers J R. Ferguson, 2 mi north on area is open for semiretiredman
at hom of Sister Plaintiff, la'dy.; semiretired
: Upon graduation '!rom- OCS by USDA's Soil Conservation meeting NOTICE OF SUIT Market daily from 9 to 5. Any :Hwy. 16 Raiford Road] Ph. peoDle or Many -
and.let'smake are earning
U.: S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES i he will .be an ensign to the Service. J. T. McAlister Emmal McKayCothe' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: amount, large or small. A. L. I !9645571. 3t chg 11-29 100.00 per week dependingon
a..barttie'ryeai; fOrCbrl Frank E. Fier and Eva R.Fier '---
tols ;
10 lbs. . 39c Navy. Ajso' a son of Mr. and SCS engineer Orangeburg, S. Prince repor, his wife whose residence _Bargeron. 2tp 11-29 j FOR RENT-Brick cottage on time devoted to the busi
: Mrs. He1sab ck,; he graduated 'C., is the author.Announcement; $- James is unknown. FOR RENT One furnished]i West Call St. Small furnished ness. Maybe you can qualify.For .
ter. nil.. YOU ARE HEREBY RE- three cottage at Hell-i personal interview in your
'two room Clark St. Phone
BRS ana completed cottage on
that the QUIRED to file answer or I
29c your '
JUICE 46 Union Meeting area. write J. H. McOarity.
GRAPEFRUIT oz. Choir bronn Springs. One unfurn-
: years at St.Johns'River: 'Ju- leaflet is available was made I defenses, if any, in the 964-6491. Williston, Florida 4tchg 12-g
The Choir Unio '..met'SUnday.Nov Clerk of this Court, and to servea ished four room cottage in
KERSEY'S I nior. College- -in Palatka.. :, today by J. W, Hammett. State : ;.jO\:. rpisgah, A. copy thereof upon the Plain- town. J. T. FOR SALE: 8 acres on U.s. FOR RENT 3 bedroom
i tiff's attorney, whose name and Quigley.2tchg 301 only $4,500. Terms. Approximately -
S U GAR SIbs. .. '. 54c Conservationist of the Soil M.E. Church,;at.. ?$p-Bu; Newofficers' address appears hereon on or .11-29 11 acres on busy house on Griffis Loop. Mrs.
I Conservation Service. Copies before the 29 day of Nov. 1962. Millard Orlffis. Griffis Loop
w 'r .elected, as. follows Joseph Kerrigan with house. Ideal business -
.The nature of this proceeding -
may be obtained from the local : ko' phone 9691682. 2tp 11-29
PURE : 'pr den Ber LevyLennonf 'being a suit for foreclosure FOR RENT Furnished property, 12500. Good
i SCS office 218 E. 'Washington :"vice isresidfinti t: linwood above proceedings with the house 3 rooms and bath. terms. Strout Realty u.s. FOR RENT-3 room furnished I
$1.39 on a mortgage on the following
LARD 8 Ib. bucket house. Inquire at New Method
301 So. Starke, Fla. Phone
St., Starke. Crawfofdr.secretarj. described real property lying Phone 964-2261. tfchg I .
Hill assistant and being In Bradford County,, 468-1766. Waldo. :Fla. tfchg. i Cleaners. 2tchg 1129T.
'The.new. ,leaflet, is profusely Mrs: Gladys' : Florida t-wit: LOST OR STRAYED 1 j..
SHOW BOAT I. secretary, Mrs. Be 18h: Lennoa; Begin at the South East Corner brown mare mule. Weight 900 FOR SALE -2-wheel trailer,, C. Hill

Pork & Beans 9 CANS. Our SoU 0 Onr,Strength illustrated: with photographs program chairman.Mrs.!' Cor- of the South Half of the lb!. scar of back foot. ContactW. I good shape, good tires $50. FOR SALE Webco Tape Re
South East of the
I i and diagrams. discusses. pie ine Butler; reporter,' Yrs,Ida :Southeast Quaiter Quarter of the H. Brown Phone 964-1865.! See at 1115 Pratt St. Phone corder. Used very little. Good

SHOW BOAT'Spaghetti '. : 'ConservationNEWS subject. of mulch tillage. in a I Griffin; assistant reporter! Northeast Quarter of Section Rt. 2 Box 171, Starke. ltp 964-5211 before 6 pjn. or 964- condition. Phone
Soil 22. Township 6 South. Range 5191 after 6. Itchg 9690922.Itchg
. C concisem nner which Will enable I Mrs. E. G. Walker, 23 East Bradford County, HOUSEKEEPER for 2 a- ; : t
the thence continue West a distance dults full or part-time. Route FOR RENT- 3 bedroom fur
farmers quickly Everyone 'attending FOR SALE-3 bedroom home. f
grasp of 150 feet to a point 2 Box 78 Phone 9646325. D. nished house. Kingsley Lake.
In Tomato SauceJIM'S the fundamental principles of Choir Union' '.experiences,. a thence run North a distance o, L., Kite. Itchg Rent all year. Inquire at Rosenbg's 1 acre lot, nice quiet location. I
By. Haas wonderful time.The nextmeeting 100 feet to a point thence run Phone 964-1792 Starke I
BEST ; -, j' planting ,and cultivating In East a distance of 150 feet to Furniture Store Fla.Itp
Mulch Tfllare:Booklet will be:held-at,. Greater a point; thence run South a FOR RENT Adults only. Call St. tfchg t I
Pork & Beans : crop,residues. Allen Chapel! A-MJS. Church distance of 160 feet to the First class apartment. Living ;
Throughout b'Sgthast; ; ..point of beginning. Said land bedroom bath and Mrs. Raymond Crosby COMPLETE HOUSE FULL of
there- isa ,m veieit. toward Rev. ,L, Al,Sainpson J 4or. being located in Bradford room nice used repossed furniture. f
; 1 kitchenette. No pets please. 10 acres of land For Sale. City
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHSunday County. Florida.
JAY BIRDViennas I Greater: Allen .QhapelptE. Gas stove Admiral refrlgera-
"nUriimiim 'is : t
flige"tbat -
DONE and ORDERED 128 N. Church St Itp limits. Ideal to on.
- -- : l wi g i j U.,1 $t tittle School 10 L_ m.; Churdu Trustee .PaT. Will be: Starke, Bradford County, this Phone 964-2465. tfchg toy double bed mattress wal. *!
observed S ndayrith 25. :day of Oct. 19(2.CHARLES BEAUTIFUL 23" CurtisMathis nut beds, white bunk beds. |L
:/as possible .in. ;.producing > Morning' 'Worship 11 a. m. A DARBY
TV in walnut finish with NEAR SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY black 'overstuffed sofa and if
School I"at' tf:45 aaru,
'Row: are\\ planteddirectly" Sunday : Clerk Circuit Court.
..VAN- CAMP crop. : Evening 'Worship 7:30 p. m. with: Mi Ss .FaanieijBell: Frazie By: Marian L. Crosby. D.C. stereo player & 11 tube AM & SCHOOL Nice building: chair to match, lamps, chairs [
fork. &. Beans t it/"cover; eru4aF Prayer meeting Wednesday HARRY M. HOBBS FM radio. Take up payments. lot for a home. Price reason- and coffee tables. Buy all or by v
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J.Oz. Cans l.rjesidues.jof Theiuskcrca : Pastor aJnl Eye"nmg{ mce,,.6 pjn. :-211 Tampa.Jackson.Florida Street Itchg Itchg House Itd1l

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KHS Homecoming Attendance was not ___
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Filled Weeken as good as usual due to the __ ,
With Colorful Events fact that a Midget Football t _

The 1962 HomecomingGame Game was underway inStarke. -- ..w.r .
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Is now history and a .- and it was the eve

record the Keystone Indians of the Indians' HomecomingGame.

may well be proud of. It is Some parents were just

now common knowledge that plain worn out from the Pep .

the Indians beat Taylor High Rally which was held at 6:30 ry

school from Pierson 43-31 last the same evening. ML

Friday' night. Rev. J. R- Smith gave the S .

The Parade on Friday afternoon -' invocation and the Boy

Nov. 16, somewhat resembled Scouts presented the Colors .. :..

Macy's ThanksgivingDay and led the Flag Salute. ., 'I .' .r
Parade and for a small In the absence of the Secretary lF 1 y r .4l'+'{:'( "' .p r ,

town that's not.bad! The boys i ,.Mrs. Mary Brokas, '.. ',' ''',''., eQ F' _
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and girls used all their ingenuity Mrs.;: Margaret i Andrewsen _

and energies in cre- read the minutes of the pre- z

ating lovely floats. A .cash vious meeting. Treasurer Ag- a 'a *t''F j : x>
prize of $15 went to the 7th nes Caendit reported'the bal- $

and 8th grades for their float ance of that'day as 8574.

depicting an African, Safairt A- gross of, $1,457.83 was 4 _;
Second prize of $10 went,.to turned In.for the' PTA Halloween i. '
# $;g"' <6 r ,rr : I r i r a
and ,
the futuristic .float done by ,- the net .' < k 3
the sophomores-.showing ;roc- profit will amount to approximately w 1 _
kets, etc. Prizes were' donatedby -, '$882.95, which was r 3q __.__..__ _.__n ___ __ q.._..,_____, ... _...._1,_. _.___._'.____ _on_.' ___ _
the PTA. The 9th grade thought, be, the most';made
FIRST PRIZE WINNING float was this safari representing "Ad-
float was .a .reenacjtaent i on. a carnival to date.
the story of Snow White and. :7he'' '' 'matter .of ;the stray ventureland" and entered by the 7th and 8th Grades of .KHS. Theme of the

the seven dwarfs! TJje/llth' dogs on ,the school groundswas parade was

graders used Frontlerland''' as discussed again Whileas Disneyland.'t'. ':a-YW: M ,.n ,
their theme while the 12$ yet no'child has been bitten ,
graders arranged their float on the school grounds r }cCr

;to carry the queen and her one child was bitten on his

attendants. Tons of facial tissue : way home from school by one -, ..

pssue paper crepe paper, of them. Not only are they ..t' ... '; .- liI"I : '-, .., F

toilet tissue, paper'napkins, destructive and unsanitary I__ ... ._ ._ >' .. ._--:.._ :_._. ;. .. ... _,' ., _: ___ ____ "'_ '__ ____ _,,_ ____. .'r.:: :." .
etc., were used on, the. flg*!y. key have been eating the
QUEEN DIANNE BROKAS and her attendants Margeurite Float and Roberta Sibley presented
Even streets where the parade lunches' of children who do a

didn't pass were strewn with not eat in the lunchroom. scene of breathtaking beauty as they rode in ,Friday's Homecoming parade on a lovely float prepared by

stray tissues. [We'' have"been They are also Quarrelsome theSenior Class. r.

meaning to pick up the-'ones and while they have not as ..

In our front :yard, -but' why : yet attacked a child they

hurry? Maybe'the wind wffl I light with one another. It is r rr

blow them over into Mrs. hoped that the City Council .

Fox's yard tomorrow, and she will soon do something a Ut- i' s
can pick them upU! .tIe more drastic than hereto- '" ': 1s # '
The towns people are grate- fore.Since g 11 / ; t : ... ..l '. .- .
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ful to Gene Croft, a member so many of the stu- [ "'7: : : rq

of the :University of" FJorjtd' dents have put in so much ." ,1\1. :ii :.I.-r-/T'. : .. i, .1 ... {

Band,''thio gh. whose efforts time; on their \Homecoming Ili'I \ : ": "
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floats for' the' parade it was }" ". '. ,'" : #
and .j.
Band .
40 members of, the r C'> ;
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decided that the, PTA would : : '. : ., I
to Keystone ;.i1' ;
six majorettes came "f' Kr'
donate cash prizes to the best '11 :: : .
Heights Friday evening I and the .second best float In I :''''ii" j ,, : i 4 '" !<{, 1 v R r

to add to the' atmosphere of the parade. A panel of Judges : t ,
,7'i { .' .
the affair. Before'the game, [disinterested] was.chosen.,, 'i;'. \:: ", t i t L1 e .: ,.. : a

they were all given a turkey A committee '.to decide how 'I } .,. \ ,
.fjk >
dinner by the Boosters. Club.The carnival proceeds will be spent I. 'J"f:'". ;;;:? #.!... .. ....-. .J-( ...-ft.
Home- .
Cheerleaders' was appointed. Bill, Beam will ';,. .. r.a .. .. .". ...
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coming 'Dance was .also. a fl- be. chairman, and he win J : SJ.,, .,. ......... T- ., ', rr .
nancial YesHome-
success. other members.
coming '1962 'wasanother choose The .final football .game of -....... ::II!'" ..5... ... -

grand and glorious;success. the season will be played on ALL OF THE DRAMA a Homecoming victory is caught in.'this\ action photo showing .George Leath

PTA Will Decide. Nov\: %1.'at et'rose.: This will I scampering across the goal line for one'pf Keystone's many to._ichdowns.l.. .. .. White line near center of photo TOMORROWLAND. entered by the Sophomore Class took second prize. At

How To Spend be a,6-man game. It will beconsidered i decorated goal post. tractive "rockettes" accompanying the rocket are Wilma Gardner and Dianne
Carnival CashKeystone the last home' i Chapman.

Heights PTA met game,, and..seaSon.'tickets will will be,games of cards in the'Farris Bryant and other dig- .

on November is, in the caf-,. be.Proceeds good, "-, from the Homecoming library..'nle'room count was won by nitaries Wright. as the guest of Mr. Indians Run\ Rampant For 43-31 i,---- ----

NOW FJIA.-VJL HOMES! Dance will,be used to Mr.*Miller's home room. Melrose HD Members '

OES. Plans Party Attend FederationThe Homecoming Victory Over Taylor
megaphone for the
buy a
NEW HOMES-BRICK, .Keystone Heights Chapter Melrose Home Demonstration -I
cheerleaders. For those who
C. B., FRAME OES'279 will hold a Jewelry Club, whose member-

do pot care to dance there I party at 8 p.m. Friday Nov., ship includes a number of Backed by a cheering. Home- from the University of FlorI I J
I ,
VA-$50 Down 20,. in the Masonic HallA Keystoners, was representedby coming crowd the Keystone Ida Gator Band, egged their '. ,'l .- \. s v

.FIIA-3% Down .:.. InaerEee Savings Plan .- social hour will follow the Mrs. Betty Godley secretary High School Indians went on team on to a 35-12 lead bei s, r _

New Klngsberry homesDESIGNED If Yw Ufve-Itfs A:: Saving demonstration. Prizes for ladies -, and Mrs. Christine Bart- the warpath Friday night, fore Taylor knew what hit j p, 3 'A ,
uYpa. Dte-If* Insurance! and men will be given lett, former 'devotional chairman scalping Taylor High of Pier- them. Leath ran the first one f .

FOR MODERN dur1l1g. the evening. Hostesseswill at the meeting of the son 43-31' in a loosely played over from the one stripe, and '
LIVINGLA ASK;. be Mrs. Phyllis Hussey Alachua County Federation of six-man football game. Jim McMurtry passed to Allen ,

L.'k Mrs. VerdeU Haynor, Mrs. Woman's Clubs in Gainesvilleon It looked at first as if the for the next. Allen scored

RUE CORPORATION i BRAULTHeight Helen Kennedy and Mrs. Nov. 14. Mrs. Bartlett who homecoming crowd was due again on a double reverse to i it

96186tInqul.re 1 Ronnie Hardenbergh of the is also the new president of for a disappointment as the make it 36-12.
JOEL HEARD PIL lteJlfoe *-Ph. 4151
Jtt 21SMART Ways and Means Committee. the Melrose Woman's Club visitors.______ took'advantage____ __._ __ of two Taylor came storming back Y> r ; nn.t
at 801 E. Call St.
Womans Club Plans gave an interesting report on misdirected Indian punts to to make things interesting.Mike fa 1 .

-I ) -- Christmas TeaThe''Keystone the Melrose Club emphasizing build up a 12-0 first Quarter Hopkins passed to La-

Heights Wo- the fact that the club was lead. But Keystone rallied mar Jones for a touchdown, I

man's Club will hold a Christ- founded in 1893. during the second quarter, then connected with Craig _

mas open house tea in the Your correspondent feels and by halftime had knotted Bell to make it 3625.

'.i educational building on De- sure that the' Melrose Home the score at 12-12. George Each team scored once

cember 11,.at 2 pmt Demonstration Club must Leath .passed to Bill Carnes more in this wild and wooly
This tea will feature have been another pioneer in for one touchdown, and Leath affair. Keystone hit first on KHS CHEERLEADERS, who spark enthusiasm at all events, rode in parade

"Friendship" and "The clubs for women as speaker scored the second one himself an end sweep by Leath and atop a convertible: (I-r) Carol Wolfe, Lee Ridaught, Carol Campbell,

i Christmas Story membersand Jess Davis pointed out that running the ball over from Bell returned the kickoff all Linda Norris, Stenna Logsdon, and Nancy Sutton.MELROSE ,

their friends are invitedto the folks on the farms were the 12yardline. the way to end with 4331.
,Irs. W. H. Allen and family.
enjoy the Story of Christmas th e founders of Alachua The Indians took charge Keystone made 11 first rTTT TTTTYTTTTTTTTTTT' ofrtr.
Cathy Walsh daughter
You Can 'as enacted by Bey. Kenneth County. Prom them came early In the second bait.and downs: gained 103 yards rush- and Mrs. Edward Walsh

Griffith'of the Methodist, leadership.and civic organiza- completely dominated the rest ing, and 261 yards passing. )f California is visiting her Subscriptions

Say That .I Church of'Melrosft.Hostesses I tions. of the game. Keystone forced Taylor racked up six first grandparents, CoL and Mrs. E.
I will bt commit I In this spirit the membersof Taylor to give up the ball on downs; 10 yards rushing and By Sirs. Alice Rothhamxner .
E. Kirkpatrick.
tee'chairman. Melrose Home Demonstration downs.and. .scored in four 189 yards passing.
Again! ?:, &&&&&&& &&&&&j Mrs. Jack Miller and children Anyone?
:Wright Spends?'Weekeaf Club will work and report plays with Leath 'passing: to The:Indians completed their with her
At'Hfflcrest!Home on the fruits of. their John Allen. for the six points.The season with a six-man game Boy Scout Meeting I

Frank S. 'Wright, a pnbllerelations labors at their, November 29 wildly cheering Key- against Melrose [there] Wed- Melrose Boy Scout Troop.109 mother Gainesville.Mr. Mrs.. Ruby Dyal. of.\ ''The Woman's 'Ctab of i

consultant> of Pain meeting at their; Club house. stone fans: .backed by the nesday night. The score was held -a .Court of .Honor Tuesday and Mrs. Willard La- Keystone Heights is ,solic- I
.. weekend at beside the clubIs volunteer I not known at time. night at the Parish House )
.- Beach*spent' the The roadway presence of group press Plant of Wisconsin have moved;i .Hint new subscriptions and i

Without taking'a' step outside'her home. ,;this little his""other home" in Hillcrest 'a divided one- one side In ceded the luncheon. the Masons the OES Chapterand Tommy Bobbie ROdgers Downs, Robin and Chiap-James to Melrose. Their! son-in-'law' ,accepting.renewals;;for-The !
lady just paid all, her monthly'.bills in" ten.minutes ,He received special recognition Alachua. County the the other in Keystone members enjoy Estrellitas will have" the Pin Tromibie were advanced to and daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County .Telegraph.
at the UF-FSU Putnam. However, mem- i .
flat. the meeting and hearingthe needed equipment for the sev- Alton Tills of Jacksonville are
and ing Tenderfoot. Lloyd Baldwin received -
In Gainesville Saturday this line .
game bership spans I I
the weekend with The dab receives a commission -
pleased to ehal social and civis enter- spending
Gas forhis, 15 years. of service tc extends its programs to all reports were First and Second Class
They included: Rent, Electricity and Department learn that neighbor and prises on the planning boards. them. of 75 cents on each
our Awards. Nick Chiappini was
Store Dues Insurance .andDoctor's the University. He was the folks interested in Home and Mrs. Thomas H. subscription
Grocery Club -- Mr. and one year new
,, leader in the Federation Was Estrellita plans another u- awarded the Swimming Merit
Bills.. first sports publicity director Community. are visiting her parents, and 50 cents on each one
the Melrose Club, having:been nique dinner for January or Badge. Scribe Badge, and First Berry
for a college or university Alachua Federation 1893.Representatives Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Tibbes. in year renewal, which will f o
in the South. He later became Hears Report on .established in. FebrUary. Class Award. Johnny Regan received -
How did she dp it?. MemphTenn. into the buildinr fond for
from Keystone Mrs. Lillian Ennls. a new a Hiking Merit Award
secretary of Alumni Affairs at Keystone Woman's Club Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Bennettof the new club house.
I included Mrs. John member of Estrellita presented -
check of The Scouts and attending parents -
By course. the'University, and has beena The Keystone Heights Woman's the weekend
Bird, Mrs. Sara McDonald,, a civic program which the enjoyed refreshments fol- Tampa spent Residento of Keystone
leader in the field of public Club was Invited to
with Mr. and }'Il's. Homer Lake Mel-
? Mrs. Al- club voted to accept. Several Heights Genera
Receipts Mrs. A. J. Williams
lowing the presentations.
fall meet-
elations in Florida for many 'participate at the Hurst.Mrs. I! the surrounding
Francis P. of dressingsfor rose and'
ma Frost. Mrs. sizes and shapes Mrs. Irma Wilkes and children '
There's no receipt quite so convincing as.a cancel- years. lug of the Alachua County I Egan,- MrsJ. Herbert Nelson the Cancer Foundationare and Miss Brenda Dillon of Molly Price is home af- lake areas are invited to

led check. It ends all arguments-before they begin. On .Saturday Mr. Wrightwas 'Federation of Woman's Club Mrs. Joseph Murelli :Mrs. made of bed sheeting New Smyrna Beach spent the ter a brief stay in Bradford: cooperate with this project
accompanied to the football held recently in Gainesville. County Hospital. by chine their new and renewal -
Mildred Waite Mrs. Leo 'J. newspapers and gauze for weekend with :Mrs. Wilkes' parents -
game by John Allen also Heretofore the Keystone Club LeBlanc. Mrs. A. P. Crosby padding. A date for making Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Slade. Mr. and Mrs: Oscar Robinson subscriptions to Mrs.
Record,1 of Hillcrest one of the co-, are 'visiting friends and, Fremont yolks, chairman
1'-' had not been recognized, until Mrs. John, Karges and Mrs. gowns and pads at the Ma- Mrs. Annie Taylor of Au-
captains of the Keystone In- relatives in Melros& I of the club.
Hall will be announced. the or any member
it discovered that it is a Julius HansonEstrel sonic borndale is spending, ,
A glance at her check stubs wffl tell her what, dians football team. John had was itas Plan All members owning portable holidays with her Mrs. Walter Mann Is spending

when, where and how much-rirht' to the penny. the pleasure of meeting Gov. member of District 5, and Holiday Activities | sewing machines will please Thanksgiving son-in-law and daughter Mr. the Thanksgiving holiday
therefore eligible for member with her brother-in-law and
Talk about aid to At the Nov. 14 meeting of stand by ready to bring them. and Mrs. Ray Birt. Johns River Junior College directed
easy budgeting this is it!
Restaurant ship.Local the, Estrellita Club plans All members willing to work Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hollis I sister, Mr. and Mrs. X H. ;>y Dr. Harpik Der Hov !:

members who attended were made,, for the holiday will bring nedele thimbles are,spending the Thanksgiving; Viar, of Richmond Va. ahnissian," presented a program

STATE the meeting on Nov. 14 season.. Members voted to scissors and white thread. Holidays 'with their son-in-law C. L. Henderson of Jacksonville of folk songs Wednesday morn-

THE KEYSTONE SANK, LAWRENCE'S DINETT, heard their president, Mrs. have a Christmas Gift-Gifing Reba Han HostessAt and daughter Rev. and Mrs. spent the weekend with., InK.- '

Julius Hanson, give an In- at. their next. meeting when Slumber Party David Pritchard cf Americas ,The Melrose Mustangs will I
MEMBER RDXC.: ;OPEN Mr. and Mrs.-W, W. Addison'
spiring talk on the Keystone each member will provide a Miss Reba Hall entertainedlast l be host to Keystone Heights

A Friendly. Baak ia. A Fries Coamanity 'Hy.11A.M.To9P.M"21-Keystone Height. :I! Club. Its misfortunes future kitchen utensil or a kettle. Saturday evening with I L Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Baker and School family.News Wednesday night, Nov. 21, for

Keystone Heights, Fix. goals, etc. Mrs. A. P. Crosby Now that sufficient storage spaghetti supper and slumber and children of Quincy spent ,their final game of the season

]led the devotional.- which. pre- space has been provided by: Continued On Next Fare I the weekend .gtth Mr, az 4 The YDdni.Qora1e cf Si

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.YYTTT.TYTY.YTTT YYYY materials, containers, and a etc.] I and. Leo LeBlanc.. VyVyV1yyvvyywyVTvyV\ o{ the church will meet each, YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED ford, County upon the following fled newspaper published in

bag 1tlIlclt.'r. Division IV Is .Com nun1c A Rosary a Missal., a statue fc afternoon that week from 2 written defenses to file ,your if answer in the or decribed property situate in I Bradford County, Florida.
KEYSTONE : said county, to-wit: WITNESS my hand as Clerk
Please check your program. ions such as English, literature a' St. Christopher 'Medalmost GRAND1N to 3 pjn. at the church.. In\ above proceedings with the I The South 132 feet of E1h of the Circuit Court of Brad

HIGHLIGHTS Guest Luncheon foreign languages any religious article makes charge of the week's programsand Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon and the to Plaintiffs servea -! of" SW1* of NAV4 of NE I ford County, Florida and the
of Section 31, Township 5, seal of said Court at StarUe,
Plans Announced speech. debating. etc. devotions will be Mrs. E. attorney whose name and J
a. nice! Christmas gift.. Seethe ; ,
Charieyene Brantley".ryyyyyyvyyvvvvyyvyy' address hereon on or I j South, Range 12 East, to. Bradford County Florida on the
A4AWAA'A appears
&AAAAAAAAIA& By Woman's Club Division V is"Math and ladies at the .Religious L. Birt prayer chairman, before the 29 dav of Nov. 196!. i I get her with its tenements 9th day of November' 1962

[Prom" Preceding-Pagel- "Even. Member. Erics a Scifncp such as general chem 'Articles Counter at the rear sisted by Mrs. Hicks program The nature of this proceeding -!| and appurtenances CHARLES A. DARBY
I being a suit for foreclosureon i and you are hereby summonsed, As Clerk of the Circuit
Guest" will be the slogan for istry, algebra physics, business of the Church, before or after Pvt. David Rye was home on chairman. Mrs. Dick Hinson, a. mortgage on tbe following.i ordered and required to file Court of Bradford County -

party at her home on Night- the officers and,members at math,.,trigonometry, engineering Mass. and select your gift. a week-end pass., He returned stewardship chairman and described real property lying i your written answer or defenses Florida.
engale St. Quest of the drawing, ,tc. Planned other WMU members. and being in Bradford County,!! to the complaint filed herein (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
the. j.Luncheqn i DuPont Party I on Monday, from Jacksonville\ !, Florida] te-wit: i KNIGHT
in the office of the HOLJJS V.
AXete gjrlsf.htd. enjoyeda c Heights Woman's You name it, they have it. Personals Begin at the South East Cor- | against you
___ Keystone ; ..( Staff members of the E. I. and Mrs. Callie Rye and Jim- I Clerk of said Circuit Court in Attorney for Plaintiff
delicious supper they aU Cluhoni Tuesday, Nov 27,. at If, you are interested, get in duPont Co. and their wives: mie accompanied him to the Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Dyal ner South Qf the East South Quarter Half of of the the the County Court House at Drawer F

went to,the.BraafoCounty: 1 p.m. The -luncheon meeting touch immediately as of will have their annual Christ- I train. I have purchased the Eddie Southeast Quarter of the'I Starke Florida, on or before Starke. Florida

Fair" where,,they were televised will be held in the educational now- with Bud; Anthony at I mas Dinner at the Holiday Inn Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Aldermanwere Chester home and have mov- Northeast 22_, Township_ Quarter 6_ South of. Section tange i i the and 17th to serve day a of copy December of such, 1962 answer -, 11-13 4t 1bGas :

and. took the various rides on building of the :Woman's Club. Clay Electric 2531 or at home i In Gainesville on Saturday at a Florida State..Cattleman's '-ed in. Mr. and Mrs. Chester 22 East. Bradford County or defenses upon blue V. 1 FIRST CHRISTIAN

'.the midway.We This slogan indicates to all 2131. Talk to your friends evening. Dec. 1. The group meeting in Marianna for and his mother Mrs. Alice thence of continue 150 feet West to a a point distance Knight. plaintiffs attorney 'j[ CHURCH

understand that the the women of the Communitythe about it, and see if they aren't will gather at the Inn, where three days last week. I. Chester, have moved back to thence run North a distance o\ herein Drawer whose F Starke address, Florida is, P.on 0 or''! 537 W. Call St, starke
"slumber" portion of the party desire of the membershipto interested in improving their I Washington D. C., their for- 100 feet to a point thence run
they will board a chartered Mrs. Annie Sikes went to East a distance of 150 feet to before aid date as required by
didn't take place until after extend a hand of goof 4- minds this winter. One nice Greyhound to ride to and Clearwater Wednesday to mer home. Sunday visitors at a point; thence run South a the laws of Florida and the ; Rob L. Badsett Minister I

4 a.in.Reba'a __ lowship! and an invitation to thing about taking a course- from the, party. spend a few days. with Mrs. the Dyals were Mrs. Dyal's point distance of beginning.of 100 feet Said to land the Florida. Rules of Ciil Procedure -I j i Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.
Ifou fail to do so a decree -!
guests, included Dianne in organization it something inter- J brother and sister-in-law Mr. located in Bradford
? ,, participate an gives you Personals' Talitha Waddy. being pro confesso ill be entered !i Church Worship 10:45 a. m

: .Brokas, ,Nancy Button whose aim is to promote good esting to talk about. Too'-many We are glad; to; hear that ,Edith Dinklea of Florahome, and Mrs. E. H. Price of Jack- County DONE, Florida.and ORDERED atj,i against you for the relief demanded Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir

'Linda.Norris,:,Mariene Linsin, fellowship locally, nationallyand people have nothing to say after little Leona Ridnaught, one of is in Doctor's Hospital with a sonville and her: brotherinlaw Starke Bradford County, this I in the complaint. !''
I It hereby ordered that this! practice, 6:30 p.m. CYP, 7 p.
of Oct. 1962.CHARLES is : :
25 day
and Mary Schaeffer. internationally, throughits they have exhausted the the twins of the Leon Rid- back i jury. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. DARBY i
and notice shall be published -
Woman'p..Club. Will federation. Working on weather. So they naturally aught family is recoveringfrom Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout T. A. Jackson of Leesburg. Clerk Circuit Court :, Qrder once a week for four m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.
Organize FriendsOf each iurn is a visitors at the Bill By: Marian L. Crosby, D.C.i m. Wednesday.
member Weekend
such a program, I to gossip, which her mishap on Friday went on a trip to Tampa and HARRY M. HOBBS I conseouti\e weeks in Bradford :
Reading' Group employs the Florida Federation poor excuse for conversation. when she accidentally swal- Orlando, last week. Underwood home on HamptonLake Attorney for Plaintiff I County Telegraph. a duly quali-'i

.Business at the Woman"a of Woman's Club Motto Community Churchwomen lowed some mineral spirits, Gerrit Dinklea of Florahomeis were his brothers John- 211 Jackson Florida Street i,

Club,meeting of Nov. 13 was "Study to show Thyself Executive Board I thinking it was water. in Putnam Memorial Hospi ny Underwood of Brooklet, Tampa.11-1 4t 11-22 Genie

of much civic interest. The Approved, Unto God," Timothy -. The Executive Board of the The Keystone Heights Volunteer tal.Mr. Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl says:

members' unanimously, accepted 2:15.: The theme of the Community Churchwomen will Firemen will have a and Mrs.; Ch lie Sapp,, Underwood and baby of Savannah -i IX TilE CIRCTIT COURT OF
the offer of the Clay local club i is "Time to Build' meet on Monday. Nov. 26, at' Fire College Monday through and Mrs. Charles Kilgore and Ga. THE EIGHTH OP FLORID JIUICIALCIHCirr : IN

County Library committee to Eccliastes, 3:3.: 9:30: ajn. Friday night, Nov, 26-30, according Ricky of Palatka were calling Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Camp- AMI FOR BRADFORD COUX-
organize Friends of .Reading.Th The speaker for this lunch The Men's Club will meet to Fire Chief Fox. on friends in Grandin Friday. bell of Large visited Mrs. T. TY IV ('I1XCEB1lORT-

aim of this group is to eon w l'be Prof. P.. Blair: at- 6:30: pm. on Monday Nov. These men are always on the Rebecca Brantley of Melrose -, F. Brown over the weekend.Mr. GAGE FORECLOSURE.: CASEo turn to .

further, the programs of the Reeves, of. the University of 26. Installation of officers for alert to learn the newest was at home with hei] and Mrs. M. Watter-- >Institute 13-155.>> for Essenital l

Libraries to a point whereby I. Florida,, who will talk on the .coming year will follow methods and acquire the latest parents Mr. and Mrs. Weldqi I son drove to Bunnell Monday I. Housing Inc., a corporation, MODERN

the three _Libraries of Clay "Building for the Future It the dinner equipment for saving liv- Brantley, for a few days las: on business. Plaintiff,

County, Orange. Park, Green is hOped. that all club members On Wednesday evening es. They also drill at regular week. Mrs. Gene Hall has been -TSXorma -Gertrude Brown and ,I

Cove! .S. ings. Keystone will postpone or lay aside there will be a Father-Son intervals.Mr. Little Roger Harvey, son o:r receiving treatment at Brad- Geraldine Marie Blount,

Heights may, reach the status other tasks for. that day. and Banquet at the Community and Mrs. Bill Lee spent Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey oJFlorahome. ford County Hospital in Starkefnr each single.Defendants. ; LIVINGMOVER

of receiving State aid. A groupof I cooperate in- this very special Church honoring the Key- the weekend golfing at Or- had the measle:: ___ -several- ---_ davs n--w-. rain..,u.&C4 nfl at',sIn -".'zrI'r''/.- -.. -..- -
.five representative local program. Every member is stone Midget Football team. mond Beach. last week. Mr.: and Mrs. D. E. Hill and The Name of the State of ::f: ,

citizens will be appointed' byth8' asked to bring a guest and Don't forget the Spaghett On Monday Dec. 10, the Mrs. Eugene Brantley, Reed daughters were overnight visitors Florida: and To Norma Geraldine Gertrude Marie $..:[ Ii \ with
club Mrs. July covered dish and the Community :': and John went to Palatka Jacksonvillewith Brown :.. .
E president, provide a Supper sponsored by Keystone Lions Club will en- Friday in Blount, each single:
ius Hanson. to act as a com table service for her guest Senior Youth Grouu tertain their spouses with a last Thursday and spent the Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King. You and each of you are here- .c.NATURAL '

mittee. and herself.As on Friday, Nov. 30. You wil dinner party at the Masonic day with Mrs. Priscilla Kil Sunday visitors at the homeof by notified been brought that a suit by in Institutefor equityhas GAS

The local library is a gift facilities were not avail- be served .from 5:30: till 7:30: at 6:45 Program gore. While there they also Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swin-
Hall : pm. Essential Housing, Inc., a
to the community from the able for a bazaar this year all p.m. Bring all your familyand chairman, Jack Haberstrohhas I visited Mrs. Charlie Sapp. Both dell were his sisters, Delia corporation as plaintiff, in the You can lead a modern, carefree life today when you have

Woman's Club. Mrs. Bee,Cooper. i members are Basked to donatea friends. interesting program are former residents of Gran- Hagen and Hannah Swindelland I Circuit Court of Bradford County Natural Gas doing your work It's so much faster, cleaner

: of the Board of Directors. bazaar-type, article for the Tickets will be $1.25 for an for all. din.' Mrs. Edith Andreu and Florida. in Chancery, againstyou defendants and more economical. Switch today you'll be glad
planned and each of you as .
established in October Christmas Sale project to be children under 'Mrs. Martin and children of of Starke.Mr. .
1954. under the presidency carried on at this meeting.I 12. the Thanksgiving Holiday on Gainesville came over; Satur- and Mrs. Swindell plan to and caus>e. to foreclose a mort-
or Mrs. Francis P. Mrs. J. Cook and Mrs. Arthur i Thanksgiving Service afternoon, 2J. day to visit visit her daughter, have Thanksgiving dinner gage given by you to plaintiff STARKE NATURAL GAS
Wednesday recorded in Official Records!
Egan. An open house was Mannering will have chargeof Remember. on Thanksgiving The students will have the Mrs. Ercell Sapp. and family. with them in Starke. Book 20 at Pages 403-404 of the CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301

held. at which time, the library the gift table. Day there will be a,Union rest of the week off. Everyone While here they attended the Miss Jessie May Brannen of Public Records ol said Brad. '

program was initiated Yearbooks are now available, Service of Thanksgiving at is reminded of the Mel- Putnam County Fair in Palat- Bartow visited her father, J. .

and was closely followed by a and all members j are listed as the First Baptist Church with rose-Keystone six-man football ka. J. Brannen last weekend.Mr. -

"Book Roundup" early In hostesses for the, year. Know the various, Churches of Wednesday evening Speaking of the Fair: Gran- and Mrs. Milton Mosher '

1955. The response was splen- your club, and let your club stone Heights Key-I ,game Nov. on 21, at Melrose. The din -has another prize winner I and family Mr. and Mrs.I On Kerosene and Fuel Oil .

did, the interest kindled. and know you by a royal attend St. William's News last game of the season. Sea- this year in the 4-H Division : Martin Mosher, and Mrs.

Mrs. Cooper led the way giving ance on Nov. 27. Hostesseswill The Altar Society membersare tickets will still be good David Brantley, ,son. of Mr Franklin O'Steen attended a

,untiringly of her time and be Mrs. A. F. Crosby, grateful to their patronsat son and this is considered the last and Mrs. Eugene Brantley, wona birthday dinner Saturday for I N1 CALL THE FUEL L OIL

talents. .A* the Library grew, chairman M r s Elizabeth the bake sale on Saturday "home game." second and third prize ribbon Mrs. Floyd Smith at the W.

and Mrs. Cooper enlarged her Himble Mrs. Ira Stringer. Nov. 17. The sale, in charge of The High School students on his three months old A. English home in Cross City. I, .;

scope of Interest county-wise, Mrs. David Nelson and Mrs. Mrs. Jean Cox and Mrs. Lu gilt and barrow that he entered Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope of
be In their new 'Qy
Mrs. Carl Wistrup and. Mrs. A. C. Holt. Nelson, was a financial suc- expected to in the. fair. .Last year David .- Eau Gallic arrived in Hamp-

John ,Bird followed as library Night CoursesFor class rooms on Monday morning won the Grand Champion ton last Friday to be with NO:9649111

chairmen. Each was assistedby ,College Credit cess.The regular monthly meet- Nov. 19. A month and a on his entry. Congratulations. their son-in-law and daughter :

volunteers from the mem- Are Offered Here ing of the Altar Society was half later than originally pre- Some of our folks who attended Mr. and Mrs. Edward

bership. Did,you know that a coursein held on Thursday morning dicted.ST. the Fair were: Mr.,and Saxon and family, through the

It is with this fine back- Freshman English and a Nov. 15, in the halL Among M '1t. Roldan Tanner and family Thanksgiving weekend.T. .

ground that the Keystone LIbrary course in Music are being given other things plans were madeto ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Mr, and Mrs. B. J. Alderman Kerosene or Oil Heating'INTRODUCING
P. Forsyth has been very
CHURCHRev. Mr. and Mrs. Windle !
will now have friends at Keystone High Schoolone purchase new vestmentsfor ,

workingJTor continued success. evening a week with college the priest.If Cumbus' Jimmy Rye and Mr ill the past week, and Mr. and
Wm. W. Worstall
Garden Club ,Members credit? And did you know you are in the market for and Mr?. Eugene Brantley and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and Mrs.

Plan Flower WorkshopAll that you can get a course inmost Vicar. family. Ina Knight have been visiting !
Christmas cards- and whoisn't ._..Daily. offices a:30 a.m. to .: ..... .\oj.... ...:.;..;i -himin Brooker. .. PHILLIPS 66 NEW PHILHEAT
members of the nything'.yo lik&iroth
Garden why not look over the Wednesdays
5 p.m. Holy Eucharist
Club of the Lakes St. Johns Junior College to be I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Polk
please notice nice selection the Altar So- 10 Holy Eucharist PAEAN BAPTIST CHURCH ,
and family, who have been
taught right here at Keystone' I,
: ciety has for sale in the frontof
on 1st and 3rd Sundays GRANDIN FLA.
living in the Hall house DURING.THE 1962.63 WINTER SEASON
Workshop Meeting on School? And for college credit. the Church on Sunday each month. Morning Prayer, '
AU that is required, ten Sunday School, 10 the east city limits, have
Flower Arrangements will be ; are morning; a. m.

held at St. William's Hall on people interested in the same Sunday morning Masses are 2nd Service and on 4th any Sundays.5th Sunday.Litany Morning Worship, 11 a. 14 moved to Hawthorne.IN ; YOUR TANK WILL BE, CHECKED REGULARLY

Thursday, Nov 29. at 11 aJn., ., course. For $23 you can get now at 10 aon., during the, Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p. Training Union 6:30: p. 'ni
the credit,and for $5 Evening Worship 7:30 ; AND FILLED AS NEEDED
The meeting will be,-untie* you can winter.months. m. p. m. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF !,
audit the, course.There" Catechism classes for the Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday THE KHUITII JUDICIAL
the director of Mrs, Lyle Davenport CIRCCIT OF THR STATE OF i
are five divisions b f children in grades 1-6 are FIRST BAPTIST 7:30: p. m., .FLORIDA. AM FOR

of e1rOs ..,?,,, courses-\ in -which you may be held at 3::30 p.m. on Mondays KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. BRADFORD. COU! TY. IXCHANCEHV. CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

Members.will. please bring interested: In Division I are -Immediately after school. "YYYYTYYYYYYVYVYYVYYYYHAMPTON Mid-State Investment I \

-- ,. Social Studies including suck High School and Junior High E. Smith pastor Ralph Corporation-V8- No. 13,152 I

p.FREE.. courses as Principles of Econ- School students will receive Copeland, Minister of Music Frank E. Fier and Eva JEROME JOHNS OIL CO.

COSMETIC ANALYSIS omics, U.s. History U.s. Government their instructions on Monday and church organist. R Fier, Defendants.his wife, ,:

Something new has been.addp etc. evenings. Services: Sunday School ByMrs.D.E.HultAAAA4AAAAAaAAAAAAAAA a Florida corporation

at Division n includes bust- Adult Choir practice is now 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, NOTICE Plaintiff] ,OF SUIT i YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS JOBBER

RUBY'S BEAUTY S LON ness courses: such as,.elementary held at 1 p.m. on Sunday af- !. 10:50: a. m. Training Union THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 'F Phone 964-9711 743 South Walnut St.
School Closed This Weekend
accounting salesmanship. 7:00: m. Evening service Frank :E. Fier and Eva R.
Heights Fla. ternoons. The Choir is busily p. Christmas Holidays Scheduled Fier. his wife, whose residence
Keystone ,
typing shorthand dictation. ,. 8:08 p. m. You are invited to : ,is unknown: ,.
Featuring 'lTlan WOOI1i11r1, \ working on the Christmas School children are enjoy- -
\ share family Prayer time with __
i ing their holiday -- ---- ,=- ---,--- -a -- 4_ 1-- .,
Thanksgiving :
'end Carol Mass for Christmas '.
th only cosmetic awlapproved ,Division m includes 'Humanities us. I -- -' #
.. the oJMafceup courses such as beginning morning. There will be no this weekend with Thurs-
by. Society, .. -, COMMUNITY CHURCH day and Friday added to their
Artist, drawing and design, midnight Mass this year atiSt. I

Every, Tuea. Wed.. .and Fit cermics psychology [general William's. Soloist will be weekend.
& -'" and applied], music [theory Mrs. Margaret Pater, Mrs. A. C. Holt Minister.
from 2to, 5 p. m.. 1-// Christmas holidays this year
? 'applied, history application, rene Brault, Mrs.. Jean Mrs. George A. C n va. organist will be a full two weeks, Principal iLL: : .
... I and director. John Hudson .I Charles E. Francis an.. 1 \ r y .i : = I

:Youth Director. nounced. The last of 4UTO BRAKES I
Sunday School, 9:30: am -44 .. .. .1.1Hull' : ,
school in 1962 will be Tuesday .1I
Dec. 18, and students returnto Br li Gainesville
Youth Groups 7 p.m.'VVVTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. classes again on Wednesday FORD I CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE


: Teachers here attended a. For Every (. r -01. fnick 1 Authorized jSalei' & Service Edwards Building AND LONG
county reading clinic and Turning Giindtag-v Reliaing DISTANCE MOVING
teachers' meeting in Starke on While*You Wait Supply, Inc. Storage And Crating

r rFLOItISI'I I_ Thursday afternoon last week.1111 S. ham SOi & University Avt.
726 S. Main :FR 2-4844 GainesvllU FB MM4
TRINITY EPISCOPAL with school dismissed! ; early.
NURSERY James H. McEachera CHURCH MELROSE Coinciding with school day at FE %-93%', F&L4251.l& Gainesville., PI*.

EdavWilliarnsFLOKIAILNURSESY Clemens Nursery Realtor Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy Bradford County Fair many VOLKSWAGENSales ELECTRIC MOTORS f.
took of the AUTORADIATQRS .
advantage extra
Citrus ''tree $tO 'to :Sundays. 10.a. m. ChurchSclipol. mke '!"" Parts, Sewing MchliieService
$4.93 Completely Furnished, bed- hours for 'attending: the fair. Electric Motor .
FLOWERS some Ii fruit, Canned Bare- 2 11:45, a. m. Morning Butler's ,Radiator *
or room spacious home years Miller-Brown MotorsInc.
4 Fv AH Oocattefit Prayer and Sermon [First Older grades at Hampton Ele-
root. Co
old, on large landscaped lot Repair Co.
]l Sunday; Holy Communion]. 6 mentary School were taken on -
4e Run: ORm Axaleaa S for $1.00 to $1.00 ea. with dock..$16,000.LITTLE Service .
I 1. p.m. Episcopal Young Church- a tour'of the fair exhibits FB.23332l00.E..Universtty OF GAINESVILLE:, INC. New Home Wtfi
'Hiway ld6 SANTA FE
INSURANCE "I', ,,-.......... a .Hillcrest3Va men. that morning, as well making 1ost Modem Cores In Stock COMPLETE, ELECTRIC
'MiI"eji East Mrs. T. R. Martin Associate Ifoeefa Pfatt
of I Communion.The the trip to 'Starke; by bus. Repairs AH Gars Trucks AT*. -
Murrhee Insurance* : Keystone Heights' : JAMES H. McEACHERN Rev. Lee W. Heaton, WMU"Prayer Week National ,Tra e1'. Rental I Gainesville MOTOR Salea & Service

'. o'I' P. O. Box 163 Phone 4106 Vicar. Programs Planned"A 519 S. W. 4th Ave., GainesYillI'ft SALES AND SERVICE Repair On AH Make I

; ... -fr. .J '" !1i1. NURSERY 1 STOCK Keystone Heights Fla. Vigorous inority Jn 2-0496 E & G Motors Co. '1>iatnbut9 ol 115. W. Univ. Ave.. Oa.1DtntDl
Mexico"was the program top.. New'L1nCGIn Motel" .1..1.,6-
GeneraljlasuraacaBond Azaleas 50c &up CADILLAC: OLDSMOBILE
1r MELROSE ic for AUTO SALES y-,
Hampton Baptist WMU & SERVICE
,. X1
to Azaleas i FR 2-8311
Special $2.00 ea.Undsttping .. ':. F85 HILLMAN ROOFING
i I iruIP4P'4'- ..'.' Material Available Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, meeting at .the\ church,Thurs IMPERIAL .- CHRYSLER 1030 8. Main. OftinwvUl -. .
e ( ,\I..fln See Our PlanU Before Ton .S. McKay, Realtor Past.rI day night. Nov. 15t Sales and Service
-,-- ., J .",,\ ..- -F.- I Sunday,School 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Charles Hicks, pro- 2001 N, W.. 13th. Rt 441 GARDEN SUPPLIES The: Helel Co.
O. : Crn Lake Front Sales Parts
JVhta IVorLQ s Nursery Property. Homes gram chairman, conducted -
I v, Worship 11 a, m.: FB fi-7515 S ROOFING
>. INSURANCE} gloraAome 684-4665 and Acreage. those present on a "tour" of Service Johnson & Faria, C
/fIRSt CLASS! &A -' Mexico, using a iaom-siZe. DODGE LANCKBS1MEA
Inc.CorirpleteLine .
I J HayesFowerftMotor ,COYQ11'lOYIli...
G o. E..LaRue. Keystaae Heights-Ph. J971. I I 1 map of the country drawn on I of No'Job Too Large 0, 109 Sjp&Jf

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.YyYn"'y..nT Mr.: and Mrs._ George W.! Roberts"sunday. !! 'Mrs. Alex Williams at Sand ger' of the washing machineone night with, the BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH!, THE RIGHT, PO1>T for !** _.
!I ::Lake. ?near Keystone. ., day last week, and tore pastor, Rev. Mathis as.speak7 way you write. Came in aid

I LMYTEYBy Miss Artliurine Blanchard| Friday night dinner guestsof her.hand;up until the doctor, er. Others scheduled; duringthe Sunday School 10 a.m.: ,,.el ct. lOurlavorit ESTER- That's Our Business
of Jacksonville and'Mrs. Morning Worship 11 a. m. :
visited Miss'
: Mr. Stanley had to put eleven stitches..in i week are: Rev. Sweat from ROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
Enz: I$1ueUrt. Enza Blanchard: over the ,i 'Green were: Mr. and Mrs W. I Boatdrain, Thursday night; Evening. Worship 7:30: p.'m.J GRAPH.Charley. 't "If It's Glass We Have It"

A ., weekend. On Saturday they'!' E.: Bigham, Sr. of. Lakeland. ,i it.Well, it seems quite a number I Rev. Branch from Biaek Pond .. Prayer meeting Wednesday7:30 J' CALL WRITE or VISIT
'- AA .A& uu? visited their aunt :Mrs. John Mr.. and Mrs. Stan Brown of j of our Sunday School attendants _-I p.m.- Rev; R. T. Wil- \. FOR NY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S ,

PTA' Has Program I J. McLeod, who is in a nurs- Bobcaygon. Canada, Mrs.- W.+ had' gone hunting I i Friday nightRev-Wiuis! : : tram L l hams'.' pastor.. ,i '
On Mental Health I ing home in Gainesville. i E. Bigham Jr. and,Billy. Sunday -. or somewhere.. At' Laurel Baptist Church: ; SatUrday -i I i I GLASS CO.
The Lawtey PTA met Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford : Mrs. Wilbur Andrews attended least they- weren't"in 'Sunday, night: 'closing'' SUnday- BETHEL BAPTIST, CHURCH ,

night fora \. and children of, St Augustinewere the Farm 'Bireau Insurance i School or church. We just had night (With ReV: ''Mathis. [l School '10a... iI I i' (NOT INC.)
Sunday m.
"I! Mrs. John Shu- .. The'Song Service will startat : ; } E t. Joe peters Glass Co."
Health; presented by i State- Con. zion in, 56. in Sunday School The.In. j i; Morning Worship ;.111/a. m. "Formerly:
the county sanitarian, Jack : ford and Dave Sunday. : Tampa at the HLlsb. rough termediategirls won the ban-, 7:30, and everyone is cor- I i GtASS' We Design Modern Store fronts
Trawick. A dm showing Jam-1! Several_ from Lawtey won t} Hotel from Friday to Wednes. nerr with a grade of 100' diallyinvited,,.to"attend.BAYLESS ; I. 7:30pm..'- .trev.-R. T. Wil-I ; Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Uy!We under different circumstances I blue ribbons at the county tt II j cent ,so none of them perf I.: Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.I : Table Tops.!
pointed out how easily I fair. Among them was Mrs.I and Mrs. Tommy Cox gone.The Primaries were next i iI HIGHWAY' hams,. pastor j
,I misunderstanding and I Sidney Hansen, who won each ; of Biloxi, 'Miss, were Satur- highest with a grade of 90 per CHURCHSCHEDL ------a-.-;. i ; I 1313 N.W. 4th PI. GalnesvHe"Fia.! :'Phone'FR2-4353

thoughtlessness lead to of the five exhibits she en- day to Monday guests of her I cent. .These folks do E. .1
can i i young Sunday School, 10 a. m- ,' f .. _. o. ,
mental disturbance as the tered, 'Hand work and bake parents, Mr. and Mrs G. E. fine in their work. We should I, !
: Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ,
children grown up. M r s. good:' The others are not Green. take a lesson from them. : WILLIAMS Johnsabout<< I.
I IYYY Training Union.6 p. m.
Roache of the Mental Health known as this time. I Mrs. Mary Willis of Bell j '
Center in Ocala gave an understanding Mrs. Mae B. Wells attendeda vas visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Y ..YT..YT. .1 Evening Service 7 pan. Prayer : : jI I i 4 Garcia Home DaiiyFor
I meeting ii'? Wednesday, 7 p. JEWELRYREPAIRS !i this question: Q s
of postmasters ,
special meeting .
talk on the sub- H. Sullivan and family re- i i ,
ject. She brought out the in Gainesville Wednesday.Miss cently.rTYVYTTTTTTYTYTTTYTTTl, : EVERGREENBj LAUKA BAPTIST II I I I FRESH MILK
point that it does not mean Elizabeth' Terry spent CHURCH WATCHESDIAMQNDSAll I'I "Someone slams the cabin
any special the weekend with Mr. and : i door a 100 Ib. moose '
place, but can be '
Mrs, Minnie, L Redding : : .. DAILY DELIVERY.
right here, and could be you Mrs. John Wyrick in Talla- : I Sunday Scnool, 9:45: ajn. Work GuaranteedA. head falls off the wall and

or anyone,else. We should all hassee. CLAY HILL Phoae.782.3232Mr Morning Worship:' 11 a-m. .- C. Williams !;, I, get 16 stitches in, my
be on the alert to do what we Convalescent"Home, service 3 Pasteurized Homogenized
er. YY Y.TT.. TBROOKER ..A 4. A.. &4 142 W. Call St. i head. How can I collect omy n
can to help the situation. The Br Mn. J. L. Strickland to 4 p.m. Evening Worship .
room count was won by the .AA..A..44 .A. &A and Mrs. H: E. Sykes, 7:30: p.mk Wednesday nigh I Starke, Fla. I:, Hunters Accident Poli- Skim Milks

9th grade. of Ashville N. C. are visiting Prayer Meeting., .7:30: o'clock I,.i ,- ICY who'll believe I
Organization News BennettNormanMiss Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier.,' ," ,- -' : gored by a dead moose?" Buttermilk
The Lawtey Home Demonstration By. Shirley Greet Ethel Bennett and Mr: Sykes 'S* Mrs., Rosier i

d Club met Thursday . . . . &...&.. Carl Norman were united in I brother. : AMBULANCE. SERVICE : Charley E. Johns Chocolate. :Milk r
t&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& marriage Friday night of last ; i
The Leslie I
McClellans had
session I Corn- week. Rev. George Chism per- Sunday dinner; PHONE 964-2tfO& !Ii i Coffee Cream
and program presentedby Mr. and Mrs. Bryan I as guests Mr. 4 : Agency .
formed the
Miss Dorothy Ross. After I II wall and children of Columbus, ceremony. and Mrs. William Pringle, and i PHONE 964-0121 Patronize Your Home-Owned Dairy
I Mr. and Mrs.Norman attended D Wilt. C, Jones Funeral Home
of Mrs. Mrs..
the recent guests
meeting, a luncheon-so- Ga. were Mr. and BurchfieW Miller -,
Sunday School and church DeWitt-. Jones Registered Funeral Director : 131 SI: Walnut St. I
l Blair and
cial hour was enjoyed. \V. T. Billy. and daughter of Sanford..' -
I Saturday, Nov. 24 at 6 p.m. County Fair WinnersThe services Sunday morning instead Rev. and Mrs. Walter Mathisof i Starke, "Ha, i I
: is the time of the covered Home Demonstration' of going on a long wed- Jacksonville, and the Bob- RENTAL 'SERVICES r -
the Club had several winners this ding. .trip, or finding an excuse by McClellans of
dish supper honoring Starke.
to stay from church. Carl is : Hospital Wryt. iChairs. Crjitches. .
Flying L's football team of year at the Bradford County --l\rs'. Quincey ;i r-d Ed-I CRYSTAl CLEAR
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a member of the Highland n : fl $
Lawtey Junior High. Every- tfair. They received their a-! mund Rosier and children I. ,. : : TIME' TOTACKp t
body come out to help honor .vards Wednesday, opening day.;! church, and very devoted toj I spent the weekend with the 1: I f,
his church work. We understand I
our championship team! '. Mrs. Iva Douglas won a blue I Leonard Cruce family of Sanford -
Church Notices ibbon for the hat she made;' his ,wife is a member of .11 Appliance -- Radio_ -- TelevisionS / GENUINE .i

Grace Methodist: Church 'Irs. T. W. Markey won a blue! the First Baptist church of Richard Redding of Jacksonville ;, .

School, 9:45: a.m. Morning ibbon for a quilt, and a red Lawtey. We wish them a long 'spent the weekend |1 -

Worship. 11 am. Evening Ser- ibton for a hat; Mrs. W. T.: happy lite'together.. with Tommy Gaskins. I S SERVICE AT ITS BEST I Atl 3
vice, 7:30 p.m. MYF each lair won a white ribbon for!! Mrs. Lillie Morgan is a pa-I:, ,, j jC.rS } ,
:the hat she made; Mrs. Rosaj There will be a Thanksgiving ( \ ""
Wednesday, 8 p.m. 1! tient in Bradford County : k1SKEEPS : j ,1I""
''inholster won a red ribbon j! revival at the Evergreen! .5 .
First Baptist: Sunday Hospital. Trained Experts In Each Dept. .
Baptist church next week, \ -
for her quilt and a white ribbon -ill"
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School, 10 a-m. Morning Wor I Church News : I
ship, 11 a m. Training Union for crochet, piece; and starting Wednesday evening J The WMU met Thursday : 'I". i ;
:Mrs. Tim Rogers won seven at 7 o'clock'and' continuing) ,, QUICK : } Jr '; 'f
0:30: pm. Evening Service, 7:30: morning for an interesting Gay's OUT COLD fl .
blue ribbons in the canning division through the week. FillW1E I, 'I
pm. The Junior Woman'sAuxiliary program. :: DEPENDABLESERVICF :
[HOLDS IN HEAT I I : 'qr.l.
There is also revival start-
for apple jelly, peaches, a .
of Starke and the There was a church work- I

Junior and Senior Girls Auxil- pears ipplesauce, tomatoes, and, black-eye strawberry pea, ing Church at Monday the Long night, Branch, Nov.I ing Saturday morning, and a Home : Saves up to 40% on fuel.. : : J, -.:
iary of Brooker presented interesting lot of work was accomplished CALL J '"
26, at 7 o'clock. Rev. E. C. Don't let cold weather catch you unprepared. x' M a over'
preserves. your
groups in the church I climaxed Saturday night witha Haya a warm cozy home oH winter long. Get \: ya
Harvey will be the speaker.All I Screen Porches,
Miss Brenda Green a mem : 964-7511 II .
"Sun- : '
Monday nigh.t flov.-12. '' chicken and rice supper. Everyone -i fJex.O.GlassffOlllyourHardwClr.orll/mberDealerNOW. '
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ber of the 4-1fclub, won a blue are invited to attend. AppliancesAUTHORIZED '" > Breezeways, Window
day SchooT waMhe theme of ; I I. h
the Associational meeting held ribbon for the suit she made.I' Sunday afternoon Ola Pad had a wonderful time. ; : 'I \ r \b. 1 C"2 __*_1_ Doors.:with F1EX,0-G1A S
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rag ;. !D. u.
Regular service held an
Minnie Moore and were : -
gett Elgin .
last Thwsdj-night. Brooker Girls Auxiliary :- WITH, ON A 3I W d... .S J -
.' The Brooker Girl's Auxiliary! Lang visited Dawson Padgettof held Sunday, with! a good at- ::' DEALERS FOR sNUU K
On Friday. ?Ir. and Mrs. '
tendance and lots of,visitors. I ACUIB'r: : :;:
Emory. G, Hobbs- of Panama presented program at the Law- Middleburg who continuesto i i, SMaytagFrigidaireZenithGOOD
tey Baptist Church last week.I be very ill. Minnie tells us! Thanksgiving Revival i i

City Mrs. were I+>6 Dyal Visiting'and children Mr. and, Mrs. Kenneth Green and Mrs.' there doesn't seem to be much,', A Thanksgiving Revival will II I USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP, look For Genuine FLEX-0-GLASS. The Name Is Printed Along The Edge.CONTEST .

Mr. Dya 's mother, Mrs,' NitaDyal L. L. Dyal, counselors, accom- if any, improvement in his be held at Evergreen starting ,

o V8tarl&: also, visited panied the girls. condition. I I
during the y week. [Held over from last week] Charles Mosley entered the ,
Marcus Waters of Apopka hospital Saturday' for tests to' -
Mrs. Horace, Cox of Waldo 1
spent "Wednesday with her visited Mr. and Mrs. Calvin be run, it is feared he will

parents; Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Johnson recently.Mr. have to undergo surgery.
Dinkins and Mrs. W. E. Bigham We were all pleased to see
recent Geneva Bailey,.at church Sun
\ Mr. and Mrs. fCecil Dobbs Sr. of Lakeland were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley day morning even if she did
and children of Jacksonville
Green. look, and act, very weak. One
spent the weekend with Mr.I of can look at her and see she
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyal
and Mrs. Arley D. Dobbs, Mr visiting has been a very sick person,
Delray Beach were
and Mrs. Walter Wilsinson, but we are all so thankful she ,
, relatives recently.Mrs. .
and other relatives. friends I is able to'be up and with us

Mr. and Mrs. John Robertsof Dave Green was the in services again. ..

Jacksonville were visiting I weekend guests of Mr. andWW'S Francis Eunice who has i 1 ;,, C: ,, \. S
been on the sick list also was 1 ,"
able to be back with us Sun- :, WI'NERS
r day morning. i .
I Buddie Wilkinson was among 1
'1 1I .
i our visitors Sunday. i' .
morning for church services., 1-11):.

No.1'TV aw I Seemed like 'old times" for .. ,
-'<; .t..J}" :
Buddie to be back with us. He :

tells ''us Nellie isn't: improving', .. ., .
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in health as we had all hoped. .. .. ,'" ._ ...... ..v ,
therefore she wasn't able to '. ', .' l' .

UEs158 [. be with us. There were other VALARIA: SHUFORD '. 'i JOHN R. HAGEN

to visitors, but we are sorry we

failed to get the names. In .
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.41 ,! fact this; reporter was-and is *
Compact ., j -on the sick list too, and was o Lawtey, Fla. .. ". Starke, Fla. '
Soling a V 1 i unable to carry out all of,,her 'iF i
duties either Sunday morning or-'_.:-, : /:7

19" PORTABLE I or Sunday evening so please '- \ .. .'
i bear with us AGAIN!
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fier of -
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WINKLER ELECTRIC, he.A I Columbus, Ohio).and their son ':, '. .. .. : ..... J.' : .
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Prank Jr., from Jacksonville; .
I visited Uncle Jim and Aunt .ffz.


234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301 land'and children .,. ,.. ,
. ternoon. Frank and Ada will i] ..1..1 f'O'I'Ii. -
TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE return to Ohio next week, but t II i 3:30 P. M. Thurs..Nov/i5. 3:30 P. M. Thurs., Nov. 15
I will be back hi January. Ada j f

i has several sisters in Starke,;: : .' ... ;
Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our among them is Freddie Elling I ,

Telephone Book.is Listed Wrong-Please Check i iI ton. I .

Regular Section for Correct Number t May Bell Norman got herr : t

I right hand caught in the wrin- ; Nice Thanksgiving. Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners With The Complimentsi

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:r I, Fnni & Gi tSllopruhBrown's Standard Station# North Florida Supply y'

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,J. B. Wright Starke''s I '

Earl Garage SINCLAIR SEBTICB Cities Service Station': Edwards: ery & Market

.. Starke Hardware Company Honest John's Gulf Service
ALL KINDS OF STATION. J. C. Gardener, Prop. i \

r I o. aU-Auia Serrie EvfZl wJeal.8rflce
Tirtf -. ayieriee-AooeuerieI I General Repairs Aoiomatk,
f AH Work Ghzftrntee4 Lubrication WasMyM2 Tf9n.-mtll'Ciona I Denmark FiimiiQre Company i .
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rhoDeUQ. allies ser\loe .pndnotiT1RE9

,I Sc. Walnut, Stark' :- Madison : W3-2801 --v BATTERIEai! e:, Goodm 's Service Station Terwiegar Motors

.. 705 N. Temple Stark

AUTO'SERVIQE' .' Dodd's. Service i & pnONrSQ-"U I III i Stare BudrsSiippesInc.d

Auto Sales 1 "
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Gilbert S. Brown., Bambler Sales Ai\ Service StarkeRecap Co. I I, A Florida Theatre Strike 66" ServiceLaRue .

att : OH 'Serri$ t SUtioa GENERAL: SEPAIRINQ Pappy Bcibton, OWBMBeeappte My.' Batksdale' Department Store ,

ATLAS International Uletimt *. fee c JL ft 'Tnuft' *, 1iil .__., ._.

TIRES A BATTEKB&Budget M flora t NEW TJRm.AT. &BAVINO. l. ,

L Phone TermsRoad M4-7W- Service- II Batteries FIKESTON9Tlra. A
407 N. Temple BUrkt 528 S.. Walnut ".-3881 0 391 South i i ... .
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'.i, : THURSDAY. NOV. 22.- 196_._

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Lenvox in JacksonvilleRev. : i. Dawson which will be the first Mon- er Meeting 7:30: pm. I
.' Price brought an interesting Ia Memorial, day night in December at 8 Thursday Nov. 29 The
RAIFORDThe message from Pro- BaylessHiway a. -*C o v e o'clock, an election of new officers WSCS is sponsoring a Ba- CARLTON'S MILK
verbs .last Sunday.. Out' 'of : den Y. l will be held. We urge zaar in the Fellowship Hall ,

-.-.-.-.-.-.-,- _._,-, town visitors, were' Mr. and her; and ,Sharon everyone to attend this important from 10 ajn. to 4 p.m. a turkey -: The Finest In Dairy Products
Mrs. Henry Varnes-.pf, Jack- By-Mrs;, O..; ,E. Crosby CJ;. prize for hav meeting.We dinner will be sold in I

ford WMU members of Rai- sonville, Mrs. Lillian. Bryant AAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAA* ', r ted car in regret that Mrs. MuttHarris connection with the Bazaar i GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG
Baptist Church had a and children of Lake Butler, pa : omtng pa- has been seriously ill. from 11 ajn. to 2 pin. Junior I
two-hour Mission Study: of and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fish.:Svpper, Enjoyed lost\\ 9. Mrs. Gene English and Choir and Book Study, 3:15 p. i
the new book entitled "New Bloodsworth of Oklahoma. .The Brotherhood'' sponsoreda \ Cannon took children have returned home m. Primary Department Story Call Mrs. Jack Eaves
Frontier in An Old Wortd." fish supper;at;;..the church :
Mrs. Myrtle Sapp and her \ postmistress after a visit in North Carolina Hour 3:15: pm.
An Oriental tea was the setting daughter and family of Jacksonville last Saturday' night' with about gett --offiCe on with Mr. English's mother. Friday Nov. 30 Woman's : PHONE 9644241For
and the ten members 60'guests attending. IDnzi'Nornian'&nd. '
visiting Mrs. Dave
are Prayer Group in Sanctuary
attending were served Chinese RKelly::; were Crowned METHODIST
Hartsfield and her new son CHURCH 9:30: a.m.
cookies- and hot tea. in Greenville Texas., the chief- .cooks. Mrs. Jerry I Home Delivery by Carlton's Dairy
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison Mr. and Mrs. Junior Morganof Dyal made dellcioUs hushpup- Carnival Schedule for week of Nov. i
Jr. of St. Augustine visited Dunlap. Term., who are on pies with her'.secret recipe. School 25: CONGREGATIONAL
Sunday with their parents their honeymoon, spent a Attendance was good at Mr. j 31'little Miss Sunday Church School HOLINESS CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ro- both services.last.:Sunday and of Mr. 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship
couple of days with Mrs. W.
sier and there was''one candidate for 11 ajn. Snack for North 301, 2H miles out of Smith Corona and Rem
Mr and Mrs. Cecil A. Browning Mr. Morgan'saunt. Griffis, was Supper I lt, onPORTABLE
Addison.nnn___ baptism ; and Joey No- MYF 6 pan. Youth Meetings, town on left of the road. I
Little Debbie and Mike Grif- --Mrs.-- Theodore Rosier. visited Stork Shower and "Mrs. J. C. 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship, Young People's Meeting,

fis celebrated their birthdays her daughter Mrs.: Jack The -WMU of Bayless Hi- day : the King. 7:30 pan.Tuesday. Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday '

with a dinner given in their Cason, in Jacksonville ,last way Church; entertained witha bys ; 'one of the District Confer- School, 10 a.m. Sunday Night
honor at the home of their Saturday. Her daughter,returned ; stork shGwer'honoring; Mrs. : i ever ,held at ence will be held at First Worship 7 m. Everyone!(
Mr. and E.iM."Padgett>f the home of Methodist Church in Lake p.
grandparents Mrs.
with her St day '
; by hool. we are
Earl Dobbs. Those present A kick-off supper for the Mrs., L. A. 'Crosti The party City. W. B. Sewell is delegate cordially invited to attend- TYPEWRITERS

were. Jenese Jones ,Paula opening of the hunting''lodgeat rooms $ere decorated with I IJac and Judge E. K. Perryman is I Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor.
fall flowers, and.appropriate the reserve delegate from
Dobbs. Karen Howard Dan Raiford was a big success ; : xvil1e Civic
games':were/played during the ; Starke. Others who should attend HQLfiRONN
Register, and many' of their A chicken supper was servedto d and
other relatives.J. the hunters and their evening. i tb"C11Dic will due to the local or district BAPTIST CHURCH .
P. Bryan of Jacksonville Mrs::Padgett'.received. many office they hold are:
famines. About' 50 people at- their clinic
and Joe Cason of Raiford 'at- : lovely giftS:.And:trefreshments H Rev. John Brabham Mrs- Ti- Sunday School 10 a. mi SOLD ON

tended the UIVF3U: game in tended. were' served' by 'Mrs. Crosby I list very glad tus Olson, Mrs. H. H. Adams, Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Gainesville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. -Hearvy Len- assisted.,'by; Mrs. 'J:. R. Kelly, .move" closer Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and Training Union. 7 p. m i EASY TERMS

Miss Shirley Sapp of Jack- vox and little daughter of Mrs. Harold CreWS,' and Mrs, L. H. Futch. Cub Scout Pack I i Evening Worship, 8 p. mj!
Jacksonville spent the weekend O. E. Crosby..' I I II
sonville visited her parents Mr. 70 will meet in FellowshipHall
with 'Mrs., Lenvox's meeting I Prayer Meeting Wednesdays] BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
parents PersonalsMrs..Ethel
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp over of. at 7:30
: p.m. i
: i:Civic Club, 7:30: 1;). m. Rev. Joe ROODi
,Mr. and Mrs. L. B.Wade I
the LaRoache
weekend. : of Crescent -
I : se Wednesday, Nov. 28-Pray-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood-! and,other relatives., Ga., ;spent Wednesday, : ,

worth of Oklahoma City are Rev.. and Mrs.. Joe ..Dowling.of night ,with;her;: parents Mr, Mr. I I >t .' ':.-
visiting the W. P. Bloods- Jacksonville were Tuesday I and:Mrs.: W.'C.-Ward. I I e '
worths, Mr. and Mrs. Orin' g est$' of 'Mr; and Mrs-JJo 'Mr.. ai dYMrs!.Otis Crawford,, ] ,,I I

Reddish, and Mrs..Mary Mott. Cason and her .mother'. Mrs. Mrs. >Eunice 'Box,, Mrs. Mary; We |
Mrs. Jack Sapp and Mrs. Lula Dowling. Hill of Jacksonville,, and Mrs. I j
Bill Sapp of New Smyrna'' "Mrs. ''Nancy ""Thornton had InaT Benhett"of,'Miami 'were

as Sunday,guests two. of her Sunday dinner guests 'of Mr.
Beach were Saturday night I. : l and
guests of their mother-in-law granddaughters stud their, arid"'Mrs.,C.;C.:; Crosby. ness Last Home Game
:Mrs. Bessie Sapp. families; Mr. and,Mrs. "How: Mr. .and.Mrs:,IJOYd Padgett, son.

ard Langf and. children of and;children jspent.the weekend
Mrs. Hazel Perdue and .... .. -
children and ,Mrs.Blanche Jacksonville and "Mr, and with their son-in-law.,anddaug'titer
Gaines and children of Jack- Mrs.'Richard. Sides'and'children ,''Mr. ,and Mrs. Rudolph -
of Dade City; SappI ,: 1Ii.Albany. Ga.
were Saturday guestsof
Mrs. Belle McCormick; Mrs. -Mr./Sand Mrs:,Ottaway Tillis
Raiford Reddish, and their
Bessie Sapp and Mr:,and Mrs.;: and children of, Dade City
aunt Mrs. Bessie Mr.
E. W. Tompkins,, spent :Tuesday ,
:were overnight;guests of Mr. '
Reddish returned home with
.'at the Mal Tompkins. and Mrs: Williafd. Browning &&&
his two daughters to spend
cabin on the Santa'Fe River. last ''Friday;' GAINESVILLE
the holidays.Mrs. .
Mrs. -Ada Kelly isT-visiting Mr. and Mrs.. 'M. L. Watterson vs
Hubert Johnson of,
her children Mr.:and..Mrs.. Jay ,of Hampton n{;Were Sunday
Jacksonville was the Satur- ill i
Moody in 'Jacksonville. dinner guests,'of their son.and I.
day guest of the Joe Casons '
daughter-in-lawTMr. and :
and her grandmother Mrs.
Dowling. THE SIGHT POINT for the Freddie Watterson. '

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade of way yon write. Come in and Friends of Rudolph Sapp the Nov. ,21
regret to'learn that he has
Raiford spent Thursday with 'select your favorite ESTER- '
their son-in-law and daughter BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE been confined; a hospital'in'' of ,
Albany Ga..
Mr. and Mrs. Hearvey GRAPH.
We are'glad that Mrs. Ruby

Dickens Was! able:to attend a I
church, services last Sunday "
Meat i after sustaining- (1+' a broken arm, J .,';-. J
Curing: in a'fall t"her.home recently.Mr. ter I'

.,and'Mrs.. Preston Phil- St.is I' : 14 -. Macclenny 7 Starke 27 ?
man and children of Tampaspent Gulf'0. "
SmokingOPEN !!i Saturday;night with Mr. and I I :"21.-. Santa Fe 0 Starke 33
I and Mrs. w: C. Ward after attending E

I ,, the Georgia-Florida I pt,28'P.. K. Yonge 7 Starke 13
1 football game in Jacksonville; .. -. r
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Mr. >and 'M's. A. H. Cruce > '"
8 A. 1\1., TIL 5:30 P. M. i were Sundayguestsof; Mr. and 'j!, 5 Monticello 12 Starke 35 '.: : Kickoff Time 8 P. M.
!| Mrs.Walter',.Parrish in Jacksonville .
MONDAYFRIDAY I of IMrs. I ,12' Lake 12 .
i I ;' City Starke 6 ,
8 A. 1\1., TIL 4:00 P.: M. i : ""
II Mr. and.Mrs. Charles Newman 1 ::
SATURDAY i and'children of Gainesville = ter 'I t. '18Palatka 14 Starke 12; ;;.-. : : \::: All Tickets At Gate

I : attended services at Bay- '' ; : ,
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PHONE EL-36147 less Klway Sunday and were ters t.; 26> Live Oak 20 Starke 7 '! .: : :': :: 1.25

dinner, guests of-Mr. and Mrs .
Lois Newman.Mr. ill 2' Fernandina 13 Starke 34 :
FLORIDA COLD STORAGE and Mrs. Albert Nor- :. Student Tickets May Be Purchased

1357 ,V. BEAVER ST. JACKSONVILLE FLA. church man of,Sunday"Gainesville'attended and,were din- ,i. and ; 9 ..5- Open At School On Day Of Game

the Edward All .Children Grades 1-4 Admitted
ner. guests of ,.
., to : I ,16 Green Cove 6 Starke 19 "

and FREE

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When Accompanied By Parents.

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