Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'\ ,.S I IJ .4 4yj I State. Forester HitsBoard's Last Thursday To Relieve Duties Of Clerk

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r f F FFA Land SaleState Thought ColdestIn City Moves To Establish

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I ;j Forester C. H. Coul- cational agriculture department -

I ter, in, a letter this week to 127 YearsMark !
Far Bradford County School Su- In his letter to Morgan,

6'i perintericUnt H.. P. Morgan, Coulter' said: Separate Utility Office

r 6'r expressed hope that the School "I have-be\n very much interested a big ring around

I Board would reconsider its ..
Thursday, Dec. 13,
R in learning about the on your -
previous action and decide to. calendar Meeting for their regu},ar mid-month session Tues-
scribble the
maintain the School Farm Intact proposed sale and option which I or date Starke's mcilmen moved clos-
4- down in your family Bible. It Sets Plans day night city co a step
for use by the BHS_vo- the Bradford County School may have been the coldest er to establishing a new tility department as a sep-

Board has given on 100 acres day in Starke and Bradford arate branch of the city's operation.the .

Board ExplainsReaSOns of forest land now being used County in at least 127 years. To "The problem is one of
Improve council to have
hopes operational -
by the Bradford County FFA Whereas damage in those growth and expansion; we
I *1; Chapters U a school farm and famed "big freeze" of the need more departmentalization by January 1, wouldsee

n Behind school forest. I hope the 1890's were mainly to citrus Water ," Mayor Randal Chitty the radio placed in a separate -
4 office
i I N School Board will reconsiderthis groves [then a thriving industry SystemStarke's said during a heated exchange and a new sec

J proposal and decide to I in this part of Florida] between council members and retary hired to answer all
.... : shortwave radio calls and also
JI last week's damage most- City Clerk Merrill Edwards.
FFA Land SaleIn maintain the acreage for a : was city council, at Installed
a separate telephone
Tornado End Billy Bowling (left) is shown with the annual Sportsmanship. Chapter Forest. I understandMr. ly to hard-hit plumbingbutit the regular meeting Tuesday I Chitty said after the meeting just for the utility departmentso

Trophy awarded to him at banquet last Thursday night. Others in photo: As Fester Shi Smith and ran into the thousands of night, ordered their engi- that the new utility depart- that she will be able to direct -

I sistant UF football coach John Eibner, Tackle Jimmy Smith, :Most Yaluable an open letter to the citizens other local residents have requested dollars. neers, Reynolds, Smith, and ment is just a beginning and complaints to the correct
of Bradford County, the a public hearing on The citrus industry has should lead, in the future, to
Hills of Jacksonville, to
Lineman pre-
and Quarterback Bill Jackson, Most Valuable Back. department. At present, Clerk
Board of Public Instructionthis this sale. From what informa- long since moved farther pare to call for bids on approximately separate departments for the Edwards has to take all tele-
week it tion I have received, this south in Florida, and Brad- natural gas electrical, water,
#9N :; : ::': : gave reasons why ap- $46,500 of repairs phone calls and complaints
: < : : considered the sale of 100 acres pears to be an excellent idea. ford County's chief winter and additions to the city's and street departments. which residents make to the
< ::;: !:;; < : :<: ,of the School Farm justifiable "The Future Farmer Chap- crop.- strawberries is prac- water system. Major move made at the

VV.I: : ;:: and at the same time ters at Starke have worked on tically immune to cold weather The, work contemplated by Tuesday meeting was a motion city.The council was concerned,

I .; : voiced an opinion that a pub- this school forest and school especially when [as is now the council now comes under .by Councilman J. D. Doyh however, about educating the
lic hearing, farm for number of the with 90 cent of and passed by the council torequest
.}, as requested by a years. case per the first phase of a programset public to call the utility department
: an interested group last week They are to be commendedfor acreage] it is on ground pro- up for the city by the en- separate post office for information con-

to ,.....); :; ; would? be of no value to any- their accomplishments, including tected ''by a mulching of black pressing by them and the boxes for the city clerk and cerning the gas water and

I planting 25 acres of plastic.But phessing by them and the the: new utility department. light departments and the,

one.As released from the officeof the 100 acres .which you pro- modern pulmbing is a council. The entire $46,500 Edwards' bitterly opposed the clerk's office only for admin-

< ,,k an Superintendent of Public pose ,to sell. Their manage- vulnerable spot the early set- will go toward equipment to move saying his office evennowdoesn't istrative needs, such as paying:

V a 9p. '. Instruction, the School Board ment plan indicates they expect tlers didn't have to worry purify the city's water. get ,complete rec- bills, etcOnce< -.
letter said: to plant'olher 30 acres about. Last week it was the Council Chairman Ruby ords of every transaction. as it the new utility depart-

f4/ OPEN LETTER TO THE CIT-,.in the next year or two. number one worry for resi- Johns made it clear from the j should have in order to pay' all.! ment goes into operation, how-

I'C IZENS OF BRADFORD "The Chapter Forest serves dents of Starke and Bradford outset of the meeting that bills promptly hew ever, the clerk can tend strictly -
j' V ; COUNTY I as an outdoor classroom or County when the 10 degree the board would consider only The utility department to administrative matters
will also relieve-the clerk's office
outdoor laboratory ,and is an -
: Subject: SALE OF SCHOOL low decommissioned h u n- the water purification- and complaints which concernone
l of the responsibility of
LAND. I, excellent' tra.ln1ngjfacility; for drews of water pumps throughout -! tion of'phase one which :totals or the other of the utility
1i I We, the',Board of Public Instruction the Future Fanners. Most i ; the "county, and caused approximately $85;OOO.' acting as radio operator each departments will be referred

..Y << jI I and the Superintend. : chapters''''hav"tf; 'some- acreageon :some homes in Starke, to be' Engineers;, are to return], to day when the police don't keep: to,lhe.correct: source.

e1 l ent: of Puttie-Instruction;believe -: which"they( can. put ;into :'without' water for: three 'or'"Sta'rke'January- ;;'I5? the eo tm- an operator', : : du.l'he Edwards'duties eoun* Edwards:'called the more' to
ell contends that
11 < J that the sale of 100-acres practice ,the things they have I four days due to broken water I cil's next meeting date to i.s get separate boxes:! in the post;
I city clerk are impaired -
.,, i1 .E ; t of apart of a 279 acre farm :I learned In a classroom, and pipes. present final plans: for the office for his office and utility
1 tract is justifiable the fol- about half the chapters in theslate Local plumbers worked proposed work. Bids will be by his additional responsibility department "a bad move," bu
i ifl. T lowing reasons: hive Chapter "Forests. practically around the clock, mailed out by February 1 and of all short-wave keeping radio a calls log said he would go along with removing -
1. The amount of money received While most chapters have less but still found it impossibleto will be opened at the March the short wave radio
from department in the
will enable the countyto acreage than the Starke Chapters satisfy the demands of distressed 5 meeting of the board. every from his office. He pointedout

.'4 I r a ; q. acquire a site for a Junior I have''always consideredthe I homes and businesses. The council is also contem city.The department which however, that "nobodyhas
new ,
Bradford County School
V r High School. plating a public hearing to
Y as Vasco Forsyth, who has complained" about an-
2. The land was sold in good 1 Board to be very farsighted in been in the plumbing business sound out opinion on resi- swering the radio. Edwards

aka faith for an equitable amount : their decision to provide 270 here for 32 years, said it was dents paying for water and Stores Stay Open also told the council that his

: 3. The land transaction was acres. the worst freeze damage he sewer pipe when lines go Until 8:30 P.M. office took the radio on a
entirely legaL "If there is any question has ever seen. Carl Ritch and across their property Chair- trial basis and that it is a sav-
4. The public has been a- about the initial cost of the A. L. Mersereau, also local man Ruby Johns suggestedthe This WeekendSanta ing of $3,000-$4,000 per yea

( ware of the proposed sale tract being paid by the chap. plumbers, agreed "it was nev- hearing because, she says, to 'the city.
Coach David Hurse (center) looks on as Gator Guard Jack Katz presents tot through the medium of the ter to the School'Board, I am er like this before." City it is apparent that the city Claus will be in the The new utility department

I, tackle Jack McComb\ the Most\ Improved Player Trophy at the annual BHS football press. 4 sure that it can be worked out Clerk Merrill Edwards reported will pot be able to extend business district this Friday will be located in city hall in

J t banquet.last Thursday. 5. The Board does not feel and paid over a period of close to 300 calls from lines as soon as residents and Saturday from 1 to 5 p. what is now used as an office

that the s.nle of this land will years. It is my understandingthat residents with broken water want them because of the m. with candy for the child hv _Police____ William,,____ _V., Rosser.____no
hamper the academic programof no formal agreement con- expense involved. The only ren. His appearance here was
pipes, and there were hun- The chief consented to relinquish
UF Coach Eibner SpeaksAt our students. The remain- cerning this payment has ever dreds of other instances of way residents can get water .arranged by the Starke-Brad- his office space since no
ing land is considerable in ex- been prepared. It would be ad- broken pipes and water and sewer lines when they ford County Chamber of Com other space for the new de '

IB cess of state recommendations. vantageous to both the School pumps throughout the county. want them is to pay for the merce. partment could be made available -
I 2L 6. The Board has had open Board and the chapter to havea Some families were without pipe it takes to go across Stores will remain open until I without considerable

Annual Grid public meetings on this sub- written agreement. In view; water for four or five days their property the councilhas 8:30: p.m. tonight [Thurs- I expense.
BanquetBilly ject and have listened to the of the original purchase price agreed. day], and also Friday and Clerk Edwards also told the
opposing opinions expressedby and the value of this area. as before service men with leng- Councilman J. D. Doyle Saturday nights. They will council that a new secretary

the professional agricultural an outdoor classroom and lab- thy lists, could get around to pointed out that in many oth- close at the usual time Mon I would have to be hired for

.11 Dowling,. Tornado end, Back, Bill Jackson; and Most Cheerleaders for both the A leaders. While their opinionsare oratory, it would seem worth- [Continued on Page 61 [Continued on Page 61 day Christmas Eve. I the new department since his

,J won the coveted Sportsmanship Improved Player, Jack Mc and B Squads were thankedfor reasonable and sincere, we while for the Board to underwrite r -- l office needs:' the:: four girls _now__
trophy as a highlight of Comb. The latter award was their loyal support of the feel that the need of a Junior the entire amount of th: ,- ... >,-;- '., -.. ," ,,-,' working there. Edwards said

the. annual Football Banquet, presented by Robert Hall in teams, during the season. High School site are of more cost."Since i .I there were four secretaries in
sponsored by the Quarterback behalf of station WRGR. Curtis Lee, president of the pressing need than the extra there seems to be the office when he came to

Club in the high school cafeteria .. Silver footballs were given Quarterback Club, served as amount of 100 acres. some interest in the sale, a city hall and that business has
::44 last Thursday night. to members of the A and B master of ceremonies. Rev.Leo For these reasons the Board public hearing would seem increased since that time.

1 The. trophy was presented by squad who went through the A. Hebert gave the invo- has let an option on this land worthwhile and in keeping ; J "I think it's time to change
its donor Dr. C. J. Houpt.I entire season without missinga cation. and we do not believe an ex- with getting public reaction to : and; it should be accepted by

Other major award winners I single practice, and jackets I tra public hearing would be the sale of public land. I sin- everyone," Councilman Doyle

t were:' Most Valuable Lineman were presented to first and I BANK HOLIDAYSThe of any value to anyone. We cerely hope you will recon- I said, "It may be hard at first ;
Jimmy Smith; Most Valuable second-year lettermen and also believe that .a public sider your action on- the sale on the superintendents but ,
managers.In Community State Bank hearing: would not be be. conducive of this land. [Continued on Page 6]

I an after dinner talk, and the Florida Bank at to good public relations. Sincerely. ,
John Eibner, assistant Univer- Starke will be closed all day BRADFORD COUNTY C. H. COULTER
sity of Florida football coach Tuesday [Christmas Day] and I BOARD OF PUBLIC State Forester"P. Negro Woman

1 and head scout, stressed the Wednesday Dec.. 26. INSTRUCTIONI S.I understand that Z ,fo
ChristmasProgram \ importance of scholastics in .. -- there used to be only one Vo- Awaits Trial

I the life of today's athlete, and cational Agriculture Chapterand i

,y advised his' listeners to "hit I Games At 7 And 8 P.M. 4 now there are twoall For MurderLawtey
i the books" if they expected to the more reason for retainingthe

'DyCOMBINED \ make the grade in college, i acreage."
I whether taking part in athle-I r r.i lI' Negress Alice Ann
CHOIRSOf tics or not. He noted that the Christmas Cage TourneyIs Blood Donors ;. Jenkins 29, charged with first

: Gator football team had e; degree murder in the slaying
Needed For k. of her common law husbandon
higher academic point rating
I' Set Friday Saturdaystates. .. November 23, was bound
PRESBYTERIANCHURCH I than the rest of the student Leo ChampionBlood I
I a' Y t C rS'4z over to the spring term of
I I body.
I Ketterlinus of St. ; circuit court last Thursday in
Ii i Jack Katz, Gator first team Augustinewill Admission is 75 cents donors are needed for .
... meet Live Oak at for a preliminary hearing before
7 adults
p. and 35 cents for
guard, also spoke briefly, Leo Champion, who under-
.Sunday, Dec. 23 touching on the humorous m. in the' local gym when the students. Season tickets: can- went surgery and had'to have County Judge T. A. Yawn.

side of college football. first annual Bradford County not be honored for the tour- his leg amputated in the Uni- .. The defendant was also
7:30 P.M. head Invitational Christmas Bas nament because other school in placed under a $5000 bond
I David Hurse, Tornado versity Teaching Hospital
ketball Tournament gets un are getting a share of theprolt. and is awaiting trial in the
Public Invited i coach, discussed the team'sI Gainesville last Saturday. Per-
'I derway. Land said. Bradford County jail. She Is
6-4 season and praised his sons wishing to donate blood
harden than Starke will take on Hawthorne -, Christmas basketball tour- contact Bradford accused of knifing her busi i .
players for trying may County --- -
in. the second gameat naments are rather in band 42-year-old Henry
team he had known in Hospital for an appointmentwith
any '
i t 8 p. m. tomorrow. .The the state according to Land, t Brown to death in what was
the past He outlined three the Blood Bank. Winners Get tTophies \
things that the coaching staff tourney will wind up Satur- but Lake City. Santa Fe. and 'Bowling described by the Bradford

This Space Contributed tries to instill in theplayers: day night with the losers BHS are each holding one Driver.. Permit i : County Sheriff's Departmentas
i players at 7 p. m. and; the this year in addition to 15 "a family quarrel/ The
Weekly+ to Publicize 1-Be a good student. Give
100 per cent in effort S-Bt winners taking on the each other schools around the Renewal UrgedThose 'Pictured above are trophy Vernon Buff, high game 244; sportsmanshh surd aM 200Club knifing occurred in the cow
Community Events by \ other for the tournament state winners and members of the June Norman, high average. : James Norman, high pIe's home in the Petesville
gentleman at all times. The
i championship 8 o'clock. Ketterlinus has the best persons with driver's winning team, "The Rebels 143; high series 516; and high series, 585; and ?CO Club. section east of Lawtey.
1962 squad had lived to
I \ up "We would.particularly: record of the lour teams entering license expiring this month in last summer's mixed bowl ,game 190; .BUI Nelson, high Members of the winning Brown was pronounced
these goals, Hurse said.
The CommunityState Coach Erwin Land reviewedthe for the tournament to.be a financial the tournament with should renew them before December ing league tournament held couple average,.and.200} Club; team were James Norman, : dead on arrival at the Brad
success in order to three wins against no'defeats 31., in Gainesville. The awards James Norman, high: series, June Norman Charlie Johns, ford County Hospital from
B recordand
Squad's 3-2-1 ,
Bank be able to enlarge it next year Hawthorne is second with The county Judge's office were presented last Thursday 585; and 290 Club; Naoma sod *|flHa Ana Johns [not in stab wounds inflicted with a

I I Coach Dub Lowrimore and to insure that it win be- three wins and two losses win be closed Saturday night at Starke Lanes. Nelsonhish couple: average photo. They von 84 games butcher knife, in his left upper

discussed highlights of the come an annual affair -BJT5 While Live Oak is 12and through Christmas Day next Standing Il-rl are Rachel and high Aame.190. out of 40 in 10 weeb of chest and a small-cut,under

t; Midget's 4-2-1 record. Cage Coach Erwin -Land Starke is 14. Tuesday, Dec. 22-25. ,_,_ Buff, sportsmanship trophy; "e'tf"1 tl-rl; :Sill.LOV4II. 11owUnz. .- .-- .hi* cilia.PKY .


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. PAGE TWO \1"; ".::(' : \'r(;!114' "1 1.i ',I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. DEC. 21. 1962 ||I
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-- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allen ]Police DepartmentHas Gateway Chevrolet Presbyterian j I Telegraph Needs diological Monitoring classes Yule Program
have moved from W. Madison will continue in January and :

street.toA2.Bradford.Saratoga tte5t, ] .Steak Dinner Host ALPcr.Monday : ., 3hojrsTV>_ Present | Copy-Ear YT J anyone interested in attending :;Atpvergreen

I ,Heights. should contact the local Ci- Baptist Church
Wednesday Night Evening Sunday, ProgramThe
For, Next WeekDue ,
:'Mr, and Mrs. R..0.1ansby vil Defense Office. V

visited Mr.and, Mrs-v Boy,An- of the Starke Police n "* '* The people of Ever-
Members Among,,the-- many enjoyable I Adult and Junior young
.. Christmas holiday -
to the
1 c: FBQNE fei-Ottl\ L'tejfw;j'nd.,Mrl and Mrs. Bill ..Department-., .- their' wives holiday: tents of the; current. Choirs of the First Presbyterian next Tuesday, The Telegraph -I County Fair .green Baptist Church will present -
r ,.-.- Dansby in Jacksonville' on- ,date, and guests in&ufurat- .week was the "get 'acquaint: Church will combine to would like to have all : their Christmas program,
,- Sunday. ed the holiday season with aiteak ed" dinner given by:'Gateway present their annual Christ- office Nets $1,888 ; Friday Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. The

:,:' Students JJt.al\d Mrs. Eugene Downs Mr.and, Mrs.. Milton, St. \ supper -Iii .the Pecan Chevrolet Inc. :Mocdal-Jnight Dial prolt'am. Sunday ,night, copy Monday.possibly,Correspondents in our are,by I r t tI public is cordially invited.

:ham college ; children .P.t \Baltimore, Peter_pi GamesFuTfi l were lastThuriday .Room, f!!. the Garden, Restau at 8 o'clock :in the" ,:Pecan Dec. 23-afc ':|o'clock.. asked to get their news &us I A net profit of $1,883.48
I Include: from will,arrive Friday to spend evening,.:.visitors qf rant Wednesday, nigh); '1 'RLG ni of the 'Garden;Restaurant The program will be centered well I was'shown by thd 1962*Brad.
I lin Ritch : holidays with her mother. Mr< and Mrs. Barry Mootj. .' Enjoying this occasion with ". around a'narration o( the club Monday publicity if possible chairmen as min as I ford County Fair after alII ,

; 7udy R D. Olmsted. Freddie Stump of U. of F. the police .forcewere_ :Mayor William J. Harris and C. L. Christmas story and will include ,,. I according to! 't'ar
4 isters columnists and others I bills were paid,
a : ] Misses Joan and Joyce spent the weekend with Mr.: and Mrs. Randal Chitty, members Walls two representatives of a solo, "Away in A Manger -,!
I John and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Also of the City Council and office Paterson of with items to be published in a report by the treasurer Bill, _w
way O., Philadelphia, Pa., the General Motors zone by Buddy issue of Dec. 28.
I Collins. arrive Friday to spend visiting the Stumps is their their wives, City Attorney in Jacksonville, were on the Junior Choir, and a duet, our Epps at a meeting of the ;

u da Wasdin, Christmas holidays with daughter Mrs. John Griffin of George Pierce, and Mrs.Pierce -hand-- <-to- assist- ,Don-- ., .Grace, "n TTnlv-->,I _Nteht__D_'"_" !---0 suns hv-or Mrs. ... Bradford_______ rint'tFair___n", -- -Associ----- ,
Jyn Hernwall parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ochlochnee- Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Mat- owner of the new dealership Malcolm Sanders and ----I interest Still I ation last Friday night.It TfrAS

tjuiSarah Seholl. Mrs. John ,Love Wilkes is thews. and Ray Lmdsey i manager, in Greene. In the second High Concerning :' was voted to set aside Camper
.t' -..,and Beverly Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland spending the holidays with her Mayor Chitty and Councilman greeting and entertaining the the program the congregation 1
In Tallahassee over tha I. daughter and family, Mr. and J. D. Doyle paid high guests. will join with the choirs in Civil Defense :| $1,250 of this amount to be Hunter's Delight ,

t I, '"tong, Sonia to attend a Christ Mrs. F. H. Evans in Coral tribute to members of the A welcome,,to the community singing Christmas carols. earmarked for interest on Bunk -' Stove Re-

r.,.' A. Tfcylor party for employees of Gables. force, commending them on was$' extended to the new After the program at the Even though the Cuban!: bonded indebtedness for the: 7.i frigeratorYou
: ,!\ick from ; Motor Vehicle Department.Mr. Mrs. Ernestine Hooks of their courtesy, neatness and dealership by Mayor Randal church is concluded, the Junior crisis has simmered down at;i next year. This money will be T Can Trade

Bueky. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Gainesville was visiting Mr. the quality of their law en- Ch tij. a Robert' Mclntire I. and Senior Youth Fellow- the- present time, interest in I in savings account
:: .lousos from family witt-have as Christmas and Mrs. Lester Crews on Sun- forcement. of trie.Chamber'of Commerce shins will gO caroling and will defense measures continues as i I I placed ox* it ...11 ..f.a....wr 4.. ...fr until i J Your Way at -

......t Smith from week guests Mrs. D. M.Heath day Chief William Rosser also. After the hospitality hour, return to-the fellowship hall, more people realize it could I Ml needed.iV WW It U1UW was also UlliCJCOh voted tuivu to '; GATEWAYCHE'ROLET

"" from' FSU of Fort Lauderdale, -Mr. and Dr. A. J. Barry was hunt commended the members t of a delicious,.steak dinner was for a party afterwards. happen here, according to Mrs.1 place $500 in a sinking fund ;:

Lou Mrs. Dewey Warren and sons ing in Gulf Hammock over l his department pointing put served. The Presbyterian choirs are 1 C. L. Scholl, Bradford County for maintenance of the new 1 !No.I .
George of Savannah, Ga., Mr. and the, weekend.Mr. I that every square mile of area under the direction of Hank Civil Defense Director.
fair buildings.
I Sale, Tom :Mrs.: Richard 'Ray and' sons, of and Mrs. C. A. Darnell in, Starke. was'patrolled oijce Christmas Party I Greene, and the organist is! This was evident when 26 A committee was appointed' ,
Nevade revisiting
J Nolin: Jax Atlanta, Ga.Spending of Searchlight, each 30 minutes during tjhe Mrs. Hank Greene. members of the 12-hour "Per .
I 1.1 Blankenship : Christmas week Mr. and Mrs. P. H. night by members of the force. For Epp rson CircleThe The public is, cordially invited sonal Survival" course were to make up a schedule of fees and
for rental of the buildings,
i; Mike Red with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row Kramer.Mr. He also said that the police to attend this Christmas awarded certificates Monday I -
.I I ".f t' rington and ; land win be ,:Mrs: Grace Mc- and Mrs. Charlie Parker check the windows and doors. Lorena Epperson Circle. program. night at the final class held report at the next meeting. L

I Kathy Daniel of Tallahassee,. and and daughter of Cocoa arrive -,. of 309 business establishments of the First Baptist WlfU met t All of .U'"_".. .Cf...."nilra'.a... 'li'tA""' .".,nta......1"V.7
nr Business ; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshalland Saturday to spend the in Starke at least once during: Tuesday, Dec. 11, at,the home'Lions Club Sets; I School cafetonum. Ralph Up..

** rode from family of Apalachicola. holidays with Mrs. L. S. Hut. each night.Christmas. of Mrs. Q": .J. McOriff Sr., ton. Jr., was the instructorand '

I !ele". Patients in Bradford County to and family. with 17, members present. A Ladies Christmas I the classes were conducted -

: Johns \" Hospital include Mrs.Vivian Miss Myrtle Reddish of Party program entitled.- "Christ In j. under the Adult Education FLORIDA'THEATRE
I ......r 'Pave Long Goltzer H. M. Richarde Joe Jacksonville has been staying Christmas was presented by Department and Bradford
all with Mrs. Errol Alvarez who For Sr. Citizens Mrs. H. L. Speer, assisted by I
I ....... ware; Elissa White, and Ethan Sapp, of the Lions Club County Civil Defense. This
.3,,.Stefanelli medical; and Lucile JaCksen.! has been ill the past week. Draws Large Crowd Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. Lois ,will1 hare. their annual Ladies I the ninth course to be completed -
_.: Joe Andrews of New Haven ButtrickMrs... J. A.4 Odfin.Mrs.
; College; Bill H. A. Lawson and Margaret Night Christmas ,party at the in Starke and does not
Of 'S. C. Newsome surgical. Conn. will spent the Christ- The Senior Citizens held ... Clara,,Mae Knight idMw Den tonight (Thursday). include the 450 persons who ..

1 4Mr, and : Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and mas holidays with his mother, their first annual Christmas ,\:E. C. Long. The annual 'Members are asked to bring attended the 6-hour short; I -

i .*"** and Mr. daughter. Evelyn of Orlandoare Mrs. Nell Andrews.Mr. party last Monday night at. Christmas party was, enjoyed gifts to'be used in'the annual course during the emergency.A Opening Time:
; D. N. DenmarkSr. during the,social hour.Mrs. ., 11
and Mrs.
: em were spending the holidays with i the Lions Club with a recQrd i distribution of baskets to training program in the Sunday-2 P. M. Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 P. M.nt .
I : E. T. Mrs. W. S. Slade and family. of Jacksonville were Sunday 50 members attending. R. A. Green and Mrs.H. needy families.If" use of Geiger counters and

a Lake City Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hester visitors of Mr. and Mrs. After short business meeting .. 4 peer were co-hostesses /, iOliver other devices'for detecting radioactivity -I

I 1Ann_. _Ri_. nf__ Portland._ ________. Tenn._n___ ara__ A. Russell Norman.Mr. a_ 'L.___ _A ..._...... {III.L o also has moved ... ...I ---. 4ft ftft
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: : man are S.W&buitSt.'T spending the holidays with and Mrs. Carl Goodwinof and reireswuems then Santa gave WI:41: presentsto ;; "vcu, Burning*Causes serviceIsWon popular.:The third class Wed., \inurs.. r4 n.-Uec. 13, ZU, Z 1

S ;' day with their daughter and family, Tifton, Ga.. were weekend Christmas carols By, monitoring to be conducted --I
of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. everyone. Danger From ; DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
: :, Dawkins Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Blaisdell guests by the group and recent weeks was held on Friday
were sung Richard Litis
a JacksonviUe.a of Kingsley Lake. Holton. the nightly bingo game was Dead Grass at State Farm with 25 en-\

u. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter Mrs. Helen Chace and Mrs. i.hQ1"ti T.iHc:! nf 1Rn TlimVflflAS rolled. George Ctrlin, State NO.1 I NO.2
1 : I of Santa Fe Lake and Mr. Dudley Cole of Ocala were Etta played.Next meeting is scheduledfor County .Ranger J. C. Pre- St.:, Lake-City flO, won ta a wv.e the a silver#i V SI 1! Radiological Coordinator, was I IIi II... .. wsmwoBRntttivto'cf I \ 'Brand New, Cartoon %
of Mrs.
and Mrs. David Reid and family Tuesday visitors vatt Jr. that extra assistedby r
8, warns precautions instructor and was
Tuesday night, January; tea service that was given I
of Jacksonville will be Sun- Hoover.Mr. All should, be taken before .Ii Mrs. Scholl. I FeaturetteJW.1W1'
at the Lions Club. persons away by the Starke Woman's.Club1ast .
day dinner guests of Mr. and and Mrs. J. D. Taylorof doing any kind of bunting I'A n ,
50 and over are invited to attend week.. Personal Survival and Ra- i \
ir Mrs. Dolph Reddish. Palatka were Saturday which is due to the hard freeze r-------------- \
< Pvt. John Arthur Reddish luncheon guests of Miss Bar- the program last week that killed most L ,h___ L. .__ ; AND
sponsored by the Starke Recreation = j
1 of Fort Knox Ky. and Pvt. bara Green. Department. vegetation, making it easy fo >> > ---- 1 I

Glen Reddish of Fort Jack. Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Carl- fire to spread. : Gj11f.; b.f&.fll! "The Adventures Of
-.... son. S. C. are home for the ton of Detroit, Mich. attendedthe "Fires are difficult to con- I: ..."*-.um......".....__ d .. .
holidays.Mr. funeral of their uncle, Catholics Set trol now because all grass .......IIM.-....__ I "

H :-' and Mrs. Paul Hawkins Fred Carlton, on Sunday. Christmas Mass and brush are dead and dry," Gem Jewelrv I MAT 105 I The Road Runner"

of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mae Mrs. Effie Johns had as Prevatt said. \ltc9lx IK wcK.&( ,17.fines)

; E., Hawkins of Waldo were Sun guests G. W. Baisden and< Father Connie Doughertyhas The County Ranger requeststhe I,, ,
I day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Martha Holloway of announced that Midnight public to notify the Flor- .
I Plus "PEST OF SHOW" Cartoon
: Johnsabout Titus Olson. <: Jacksonville on Sunday and Mass will be celebrated on ida Forest Service before they Wishes all of its Friends and i

!? Mrs. W.-B.Parks was a med- Mrs. Henry Carter and Mrs. Christmas Eve this year at St. start to burn trash, or do control '.
Customers A Very 4 I
ical patient in Bradford County Bob McLendon of Maxvill William's Chapel in Keystone burning. "This saves .Iit .

Hi' : Hospital over the weekend. on Monday. Heights. The adult choir,under crews irotn making, unnecessary J : ,$;aturclay-December. 22o -
"A Misses Louise and EttaFrfjf" Mrs. Ervin Andrews under- JanetV trips and permits themto ..
.p ( l.. the direction of Mrs. : Christmas
: went minor throat in DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO.l
: found ) t Columbia, S. C. are Lamm will render a Christmo give more assistance in '. I .
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r .1 spending the holidays with Alachua General H 0 s pita] I ...c.. .Mmrort..,... ..: from 11.:30 until-- fireline plowing and standing .
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-_7e, surance Thursday. She plans to return I I ,NO. 2
; being
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell midnight, and will sing the by while burning is r

: down the : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy and home on Friday. High Midnight Mass. The done," Prevatt, said., Anyone iOeo' ,
A : tions, far family have moved from N. Capt. and Mrs. Vernon children's choir, under direction planning to burn .should: eaU LAST Suggestions i : : Pr I i!
Walnut street to their nsw Glenn and children of Knox- 964-2721 or HY 6-4321 Un tiff
of Mrs. Lionel Braulet, MINUTE ; / ITS NEW! JAIlS'' iicrrM0
: company home in Green Acres. ville, Tenn. and Mr. and :Mrs. will lead the Procession of Infant -, Union County]. ,

. ;I.. the Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly E. B. Home of Zebulon, Ga. Christ Child. I Eleven fires were reportedlast 8TETM_

I provided. visited Mrs., W. H. TenIy, in will be Christmas week guestsof TheChristmas Mass at stl week with 133 acres bur uItiTJIi1iji.!
: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn. SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS % .J
Gainesville :
on Sunday. Edward's in Starke will be at ned. Since January of this I
out of
U: I. Mike Darby of Bryson City, Bill. Barbara and Steven 8 o'clock, at the regular sun-: year there have been 182 fires :n.t
with a N. c. Win be home for the Glenn of Bradenton will spend with burned,
i : day Mass. There will be no 1,523 acres as I IC IIJI
holidays. Christmas week with their father compared with 123 fires and I A1J.. B. Watch Bands
: agent- I Mass in Keystone on Christmas -
t The senior Girl Scout Com. and Mrs. Fred : [
troop 526.3 res burned during the I i .
- Glenn at Lake. Day. I" Aqn-l t ; ..
held their Christmas part; Kingsley same period last year. Bellevance BandsBILLFOLDS ,'
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Archie Green of San Fran- I I.
Monday afternoon at the Rainfall reported at each %A P 5 COLOR c
: home of their leader Mrs. Pat Cisco, Calif. will arrive home Rev. Carmichael tower during the past week: I ; Jt. :. ____ __
I : Cauffman. Friday to spend the Christ- Receives ChurchIn New, River, .70 in.; Highland, A;; J' -.-. ". au i--

1' Pvt. Jan Mundorff of Fort mas holidays with his parents, 1.50!,in.;.Santa Fe, .50 in. I! dies I t. .tHOWYOma'l Ilr'JJJ&HJs q_ _
: 131 Black Ala.Rev.
Mr. and :Mrs. Lloyd Green. .
Sam Houston Texas will be and ,
.1!1it( For Him or Her I 8U :
.: 1-:"" home for Christmas I l Mrs. Lucile Davis was visiting ITC-Phone Co. tts .. ....
-- U Mr. and Mrs. H. G. DavIs Archie C. Carmichael! ---. PRINCE & PRINCESS ... n ..'.
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_ "" in Gainesville of Jacksonville, formerly of Announces 4/ --ICUoU.. .'
Jr. Tuesdayand
( _ -_ _ _- _'_ on GARDNER
___. : ._, -..__--. _-_, __. __--___--__-_- .'", Wednesday.Mrs. Starke has been appointed i 11.
pastor o/ the Adoniram Bap- Arkansas Buy
\1RS Neil Tucker returned
II;(I ; CASH SUPERETTE home Saturday after attend- tist Church in Black..Ala., ef- _$395 up I)
independent Telephone Corporation -
Il ing the funeral of her father ective Dec. 16. Plus "MACKEREL MOOCHER" Cartoon

1 : 617 WEST MADISON ST. Fred Campbell in Wichita Mr. Carmichael is a gradU- which just announced -

_Iii 4 U Open 7 Days A Week-8 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Falls, Texas. ate of Bradford High School: an two improvement new exchanges programfor at I I IOne
two at the -
Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson and completed years Sun. Mon.-r-Dec..23 24
I I and family of Orlando spent University of Florida. He lived Lawtey and Lake, DIAMOND DIAMONDPendants
has acquired the Western Arkansas
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j the weekend with Mr. and TRIPLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO.1
Mrs. Ewell Lawson. craft sheet metal mechanic at Telephone Co., now Dinner Rings
n We take this opportunity of expressing :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson United Fla. for four years before serving.some.14,000 telephones -

_ .S .jg our appreciation for Patronage and family of Lakeland spent enrolling at Baptist Bible in Arkansas. The nation- : 50 $ up
| your the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Institute last September.Now wide ITC system will now bs |g50 \

I : Past, Present and hope to H. A. Lawson. Sunday taking the three-year operating in 14 states and will : fantastic! Weird! Horrifying!,
serve in excess of 80,000 tele- y
Better visitors were Misses Elizabeth pastoral training course at
serve even in 1 963
you Lawson and Georgia Lebeauof BBI. he was active in the Lantana phones. A only
I The Western Arkansas Tel' Carat : The Brain That %Mdh't Die
Riviera Beach. H. A. Lawson Baptist Mission before
ephone Co.with h headquarters
Merry ChristmasFromrAllOfUS. s I is confined In Bradford entering the ministry. -
I County Hospital following- surgery Mr. Carmichael is marriedto in communities Russellville and Ark.,interlying serves 16 Diamond Soiiwe. $$750.00.

_, last Thursday. the former Joyce Danney NO.2
- rural areas through 15 exchan ,J :..
Mrw and Mrs. E.F, Cain, of of Jacksonville and they have -
1 _ -__ ._ _ _ Asbury Park N., .1." will arrive two children, Cheryl, 5, and ge& Ten dial of offices.these are unattended No Girl Was afe From This.HeadHunting

,s I : FLA.-GRADE ,A FJIESH D.& DSMAEITPIG Saturday to spend the holidays Danny, 3. ,
.Jf with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leone Thing
: Get Ready for College and -

SL TURKEYS-lb. 59c hard.Henry Richarde is spendingthe Liady Laundry and' Dry Schol Mark your Clofhes The

holidays with his parents Cleaning Bail Point Pens S9e With Naaie Robber Stamp.Orifer Night Of Blood Beast
Now. Bradford County
S S.ii Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richade, at THE TELEGRAPH. I
: 4 To 5 Lbs,,
: HAMS ">. ,-. S training as a jet pilot at Meridian I up ,NO. '3 *
59'SMALL '.' .
Miss.Recent P f f
1 .. ,i llOAYC }i Elgins $I 9.95 up 7J Fantastic Ritual Qf The, Heaci4iunterRobert *
J 1 S EIG.. | t, 4 To 5 Ll Aye. Births Clarke, Steve Conte, ,

'I, S idI SHOULDERS. 43c ,Bradford County Hospital Starke I IMIk Wylers $19.95 upflJeweLShoek.ResW 7 ,

: I announces the following at Range : Terror Of TIle Blood Hunlers ii iiPlus .

: FLA! CRAP A 5 to 6 LbsLAye.HEH'b births:
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ant With Expansion
I : RED 45C ,I Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Crosby.. : -
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ii S __ I ,Lake Butler a son, Quintin. Band. A : : ,,

1 : ijjj} >s.. .F 'Dale Dee. 13. .' % "Black Tues., Wed.,
_ .. $2250
Mr. and Mrs. Irvan Coving- 1

I J S a: ,BRISKET STEW lb. 29c r ia ion,Lynn Starke Dee, a daughter 1't, TonI!I i; 3lni Skatng ABCouples $$1 iJ;?; : Shield"J sp It in g : :

: COUNTRY iiikxuy:: Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes -
SMOKED >j I ro J jartey. daughter, Regina ,CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY NIGHTS J JEWELRY
1 HAMS 0 $AVS4CElb. !oan.Dec. 14. .i ,
: .. 79C .J Mr.. and Mrs. Walter Rho- OPEN 7-10 P. M. ALL OTHER NIGHTS '

.: len' Starke,.a daughter Cynhla SAT. & SUN. AFTERNOONS l'-TO 4, 'i i N. L. WOODBURN.Owner Call St. ;.- TECC0LCR.

We will be closed Tu s., Wed. : Kay, Dee. 15. \ I
'-Mr..and Mrs John Wl1kinson. Driving Range ,Hours Same As Skating RinkI ; WE GIFT WRAP FREE I

: 'C: t. ,lh rs.11Qict\25t; 26,:27 ; Starke. a daughter Bren-: sstvii* snxnt;:j |, I ....k.... .1, ,

p I '- .', :!A Lynette, Dec-.15.. Till After Holidays' ... Plus "HOME SWEET HOMEWRECKER Ca:t$JIr
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Miss Diane Firth Weds W. E. Torode, III BPW Members r BHS FacultyIs
In Lovely Home Ceremony, December 7 Exchange Gifts EntertainedAt

Miss-Diane Elizabeth Firth,I mantel was similarly decor I : I. At Dec. MeetingThe Holiday PartiesThe
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ated.The '

OLADTB MOOTT PHONE ..864OU1Kl E. Firth, became the bride's table was covered Starke BPW Club met Bradford High School
v bride of William Edwin To- I .with a beautiful lace;: and \ faculty enjoyed a Christmas
I.,! -- rode m.son of, Mr. and.Mrs.W. .! cutwork, cloth, and featured Thursday night at the Hamp- !! party Monday afternoon after
.-E. Torode Jr., all of Starke,j Ithe wedding cake topped-with :- ton Lake home of Mrs. Desta .' school in the Home EC department -
: in a' simple but impressive I' tiny yellow tea roses and tulle Dyal with co-hostesses :Mrs... .
ceremony Friday ,night Dec. .. The centerpiece was of ''s ae'I Bea Farber, Mrs. Margaret I|I Refreshments in keeping
7, at 7 o'clock in the Firth j yellow tea roses arranged on j with the Christmas theme
C Brown. Mrs. Martha Bales,
home on Cherry street. Rev. a four-branched silver can I ;II were served and carols were
Z Mrs. Gladys Scholl, and Mrs.
I John R. Brabham the First j delabra. Mrs. Pauline Torode, I

Methodist Church performedthe the groom's grandmother, cut Bertie Olson. sung.Monday evening, Mrs. Lois

nuptials. the bride's cake, and 'Mrs. T.T. ,I The group voted to join the Moore of the BHS office staff

The bride given, in marriage I .'Long kept the bride's book. newly organized Bradford Civic was hostess to the BHS faculty -

1 s yp('P1 y d'( '- __ by her father; chose for Mrs. William T. Jackson presided = 11"t _
her wedding a' beautiful"moonlight" at the cut-glass punch 'I : rV and Mrs. Ruby Johns attendedthe dates and friends at a lovely

i A beige brocade j i bowl. Decorative ice molds, : organizational meeting Christmas party at her home

").,"; .,. sheath dress featuring a short I following the yellow and white ;: RC Wednesday evening. A Christ 1 I i on SR 16.Yuletide.
I ,,> ,, cowel-COllared, jacket. Her color motif. were served. mas gift will be sent to the decorations of holly

'* si headpiece was, a ,circlet of natural -I Mrs. Nell Andrews greeted Florida School For Girls in Ocala poinsettias and a Christmas .

1" 'oj.it. 'oj-' e, ranch mink with a short I guests at the door and those a state project of BPW tree were focal points

-: veil and she carried a cascade I assisting were Mrs. Louise Clubs. throughout the party rooms.

,"'91' ."' .'. oi white phalenopsis orchids Kite and the bride's grandmother : / Mrs. Olson, as a new member Refreshments, games, and
f' and imported English stock Mrs. Ed Firth of Key- i was presented a certificate carols were enjoyed by the 35

".\.<:;. :' ( with tube roses. I tone Heights, who poured cof- Woman's: Club I Pictured at tea table during Starke's Woman's Club annual, of membership by the present during the evening.

a ,,;.\. "::' ,'t. :' ii Thomas T. Long Jr. served fee from the silver coffee ser- Christmas i Christmas tea Wednesday afternoon of last week are ((1-r) i iI president who also presented
." .... as best man. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, 4th vice president; Mrs. C. J. Houpt.j;I Mrs. Dyal with a gift from CARD OF THANKS
,. "- Miss Kay Dennis attended vice.After I the for her home.
"t..., -" ',,'." ,-".. spending some time Holiday Event social chairman; Mrs. Haydon Burns of Jacksonville District group new To those who expressed their
,.f" as maid of honor in ,
a Plans for
sponsoring a
.. ,,' A.. with their guests the Four Director Mrs. Edward
_, young ; A. Hall
<, president of the StarkeWoman's sympathy in so many beauti-
.1 colored wool dress with collar
.u ,, .. ., yuletide decorations Toastmistress Club were dis-
: were
:i couple left
; ( on a wedding trip Club
oJ 3Irs.
Clyde B.
t similar ; Terwillegar 1st vice and practical ways during
to the bride'sShe car- president; cussed and at the
'/, I featured for the annual I
South Florida. The bride
.. .,<; ,: ried a cascade 'of yellow tea traveled in a cinnamon brown Christmas tea of the StarkeWoman's and Miss Sally Ann Epperson president Little Women's Club. meeting a' definite date will our recent bereavement, we

I'L' roses, satin ribbon, and tulle. suit with brown accessories Club on Wednesday 'Mrs. L. H. Outlaw, president, of the Junior Woman's (Club, is I be set for all interested per- extend our heartfelt thanks
:X-2, Mrs. Firth chose for herdaughter's complemented with an orchid afternoon, Dec. 12, at the club not in photo. I I sons to meet together. The family of Melvin and Viola -
I Prescott.
li' .. wedding a beauti- house from 3:30 to 5 o'clock.Honored Gifts were exchanged and
corsage. They are presently
) \ 4.,' ful champagne.lace dress over residing at Kingsley Lake. guests' were Mrs. silver tea service. Other sil- I Church choir dressed in white pictures taken of the group -

f .L / satin complemented with a Hayden Burns, .District,Director ver trays and compotes added -I robes with red stolles. Mrs. around the Christmas tree. Steno Notebooks, Steno*
f., pale green cymbidium orchid. The bride graduated from of Florida Federation of to the beautifully -1 G. S. Neycomb was chairman Refreshments were served dur- Fens Typing Paper, Eraser,
t.. 'j, {*::., ,t ';,-" ,f. Mrs.: Torode, mother of the BHS in 1961 and has attended I Woman's Clubs, new membersof .. table. I of the music committee.The ing the social period. Ko-rtct Type, Typewriter
,. "t 'fl.;,, r,, .:, groom, was attired in a pow- Charity in Hospital School the senior club, members of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. senior girls from the Ribbons The TELEGRAPH.
; Nursing New Orleans, La. I
t, rr ; ;,, b der blue wool dress with a sat- / the Junior Woman's Club, and : Julian McRae presented guests j Little Women's Club assisted i ,
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r ';,:?f" ,.',, J 'i .. in cummerbund with which and St. Johns River Junior members of the Little Women's to the receiving line composedof I I the hostesses in serving members .. ,.. -_..'. ,,,- ,--i\- !\_ --. -, .. -' -,, -':
College in Palatka.
.' ,- she wore a corsage of tiny yel- and
J. I ,Club. Mrs. C. J. Houpt, social guests.
l: M 4 low tea Mr. Torode is a graduate of Your
1 roses.Immediately fo
5 :' 1 ',tea?', e A lovely arrangement of sil- chairman Mrs. E. A. Hall, way
'b" "" after the wed vered leaves, red candles, and president. :Mrs. Hayden Burns, Baptist ChoirChristmas
,,.'), ,-. ,.,4.'. "" ', ," ding a reception was held in at present is working for the angel hair decorated the man- Mrs. L. H. Outlaw, Junior health and fun. .

t the Firth home where floor Shell Oil Company. tel. Silvered leaves and flash- president, and Miss Sally Ann PartyThe

v.,: "t .,..''y"t ;tt candelabra, palms, and a Guests included the bride's ing lights were artistically Epperson, president of the !
:'>," /. ';;;,-' ,, large basket arrangement of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. arranged on the stage, and Little Women. adult choir of the First ftJ STARKE LANES

,;," :" ,:, chrysanthemums, gladioli, and Ed Firth of Keystone Heights, J large red candles were used in Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. C. Baptist Church enjoyed a co-
tf I ,,,,,,,,,' :to. -:.. t" English stock were used in and Hugh B. Ingram of Talla- other arrangements at van- B. Terwillegar, Mrs. C. L. vered-dish supper and Christ- i

decorating. The fireplace_ hassee. to___STP:- nnint.s____'The____.tea___ table._____. covn __.- Scholl, and Mrs. P. G. Felos mas party Monday night in HIGHWAY 100 (SOUTH)

/ 1 I Miss Sandra Israel, Daniel R. Denison I I .. eyed with a beautiful cutwork poured coffee during the af- the Yuletide recreational building. Free Instruction
ternoon.A decorations were
I cloth, was centered with a tall
< I Wed In First Baptist Church, Ceremony | F % arrangement of red and white choral group under the I used Christmas, including a lighted S

I carnations and red candles in direction of Mrs. R. A. Green I tree. Following supper -
i ) "Miss. Sandra K. Israel, caded satin, fashioned. with ; I a four-branch candelabra. At sang Christmas carols accompanied I games were played and For League Information

t :(daughter Mrs. Frank Laf- bell-shaped bouffant, overlap- I' each end of ,the table was by Mrs. L. A. Canovaat I Christmas carols were sung 's PHONE 964-6261
lag: and Daniel R.' Denison, ping skirts 'and fitted bodices at the piano. The singers were by the 15 members and their
son.of-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Den-, with husbands, wives and dates. ," -- '' __ o __
sleeves <
cap and round if a group from the First Baptis I ': .. : = :_ ..: .. _. = _, /
-leDn'of'Iake! Butler
exchanged necklines: ; They 'alo''wore Garden Club
I i ddibg 'vows beautifulFezemony'at '
1' t t:' in' a < shoes. matching, brocaded : -
3 o'clock'Sunday. satin, pillbox'' hats; and short .. Hears. DiscussionOf
IS c.. '9, in the First Baptist' white'gloves: They carried cascades : Toxic Plants

ehurchorstarke.t ,of baby .maize chrysanthemums k r
.;;The double ring ceremony The Garden Club .Starke

.tja'f,performed by Rev...Perry-. The flower.gir .-Mary Frances ,+x met at the home of Mrs:

r, rgan'Denisoti, ,. of; Jacksonville,! Wells of EUaville;: Ga., : Gladys Harrington Monday
,'rbjherof, the groom, andAIJeliertcf.wStarke. niece.of the bride wore baby .x night for the annual Christmas -
: ;!ljeo, maize :dress 'o(- ...silk organza party. '
'?/'rhe"betting'. was 'central.;: over a'poUshed'athi sip| ;'feat Miss.Do'fbtliy: Ross, program
#,' ai formed by fourteen-, turing matching bodice"of d? rW; ; G, chairman;. gave an interesting OF FLORIDA..

1 .branched; 'candelabra, holding embroidered silk organza: giving discussion of Christmas decorations -

'burning tapers and .entwinedlilthwild i a Jacket-effect.with:',wide s g and the.identification

1 huckleberry. Large:' satin ribbon 'and bow, :Her ,- opoisonous- ,plants. (Formerly Robbins')

M'ikets,of;white gladioli, stock, dyed-to-match. 'pillbox.. /'hat- and- StevensonSmithEngagement Carolyn Jones ,'Don' Champion,. .County /),

tpd ichrysanthemums, arrang- veil Was''oi.. 'the.;same,type &s Farm ;Forester for Bradford !!
eS. ,against, a background ,of Told Weds Chas. Cribbs: "
the' bridesmaid's. She *,wore a acid Clay'; Counties, .showed :; 4'I
ttilm flanked the arch. wristlet of baby maize chrysanthemums colored'. slides of, some- three:': '}J autifUl
.Mrs' ., Randal Chitty, soloist, and carried a tiny Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Steven- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof dozen common plants.growing :' Q Blo'ris@\ I

W '.accompanied' by Mrs. ,La white,basket ot;yellow crysan- son of New Orleans, La. an- Starke announce the mar- in/gardens or 'along the wayside 'I!

rm'.1.Green, as she sang'"Be- themum petals:. .- nounce the engagement and riage of their daughter, Carolyn ,"iff this area' which'members :! .
ruse,;:' "At Dawning," and Butler approaching marriage of their to Charles H. Cribbs, should be" able'to Identify I
Bobby Parrtsri.of'Lake
] ,Wedding Prayer. daughter Gale, to Shi SmithJr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Earlie :
toxic rather than
a cousin o| 'the_ groom, as re- ,j
[ '.Tile bride, given in marriage served as best .miri. :Ushers ., son, of' Mr." and Mrs. Shi Cribbs of Alachua. The marriage sorting to ,the" aste; test."lie''' '1 i 1
''hi.'h r.,uncle, J.' H. Harry, of were Allen 'Davis ,of Buena Smith Sr: of Starke. was an event of Dec. 10 stressed the importance of !

Jacksonville', wore a floor The wedding will. be an at Folkston, Ga. teaching children to refrain :
Vista, Ga., uncle-of'the/bride i .
!length gown of bridal satin, event of Jan. 5, at 7 o'clockin Mr. and Mrs. Cribbs are residing 4
from chewing on fruit, berries,
Larry Crawford, Donald Hen-
fashioned with a full bell skirt t>}; e First Methodist Church, in Gainesville. where or twigs from unfamiliar
Aiming a short train, and act dricks, and Ralph Crawford, Starke, with a reception in Mr. Cribbs is employed and plants, and also of seeking : '4Z : .
all of Lake .
< rited byre-embroidered me- Fellowship Hall.. Mrs. Cribbs is a practical professional, medical aid in : i
;iallions.. of imported lace on The mother of the bride No invitations are being sent nurse at the Alachua County case of suspected .poisoning, .

I :,the. front panel. :The. bodice wore a costume dress of laven- locally but.all friends and relatives vocational, school of nursing. rather than wasting valuable "Movie

t (featured a sweetheart neckline -. der'wool flannel, with' black of the couple are invited time with home ''remedies.These Star" Gift Lingerie

of imported lace, and accessories.. Her corsage' -was to attend. Parties Given 'toxic plants 'Include

y, long sleeves tapering to.., calla' of pale yellow chrysanthe- such well-known specimens as 'Pr Ttfl f,, n\ Peignoir and Matching

lily points at the wrists. Her i mums.. Crews Home Scene For Miss Stevenson, lantana, pyracantha, boxwood,
I fingertip veil of bouffant The ,mother ,of the groom Bride-elect hydrangea. Chinaberry castor 1.. Shift Gown
Of .
'-French illusion 'was held' in: wore a costume' dress' of coffee Holiday Party I i I bean, poinsettia, elephant'

place by a queen's crown ofieed brown wool flannel, with Miss Gale Stevenson, whose I j, ear, angel trumpet, and many I'

f : pearls and aurora crys-: camel brown accessories. Her Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews marriage to Shi Smith Jr. will ; bulbs, such as Easter lily, glo- I t;, c a '' t Puckered Sheer ; U 1 ,i iI

:tals. She carried a bouquet of I corsage .was of pale yellow were hosts to the Mitchell be an event of January 5, has'! riosa, and narcissus.: They ,I= and Lace 5.99 i
:white rosebuds, steffanotis.jjuffs chrysanthemums.After Drug Store employees and i I range from mildly toxic to ; ..
: of white tulle, white sat- a ,:short wedding"trip their husbands and wives ata been feted with two bridal t, deadly. Information,regarding

!ln.leaves. and lilies of the val- to'South Florida Mr. and Mrs. Christmas party Sunday parties recently. 1 these plants is, available p, 3
:iejr:attached to a white Bible Denison are at home to friends evening. Mrs. Peggy Hall and Mrs.! through the offices of the

li 'given to her by an aunt, who I at 326 N. Walnut SIn'Starke. The Crews home on E. Call Bee Jenks gave a delightful County Agent and Home '.

also l used it in her wedding I Street was decorated for the bridal shower for Miss Stev- Demonstration Agent the '' "Movie Star" Nylon

':(he' streamers were tied in RecentBirth occasion in the holiday'motif. enson in New Orleans, La. on speaker said. l
Dec. 1.The 'Miss Ross demonstrated I Tailored Pajamas !
lovers' knots and were adorned The lace covered refreshment .
y 'by white steffanotis. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Anders, table was centered with a bridal theme was carried some :clever' ideas for making ,

:Miss Gladys Johns of Win- Starke. announce the birth ,of beautiful silver, red, and green out in the party decora beautiful Christmas' decorations ., '
r"Haven was maid of honor a' daughter,,.-Valara 'Suet: ;;on Christmas arrangement, flanked :'. tions. Appropriate games were from 'siI 1ple. 'and inexpensive 2.49-2.99-3.99 ].99 p 1

and! bridesmaids were sisters Dec.15,.in Ga1nesvUle- Medical- by red tapers In'silver! played and refreshments en, articles generally' ,
a of the bride Lenora Israel f Center: holders. Mrs. S. W. Hamilton joyed by the 12 guests during found around the' house.

'Lake Butler and Mrs. Anita : presided at the silver coffee the party hours. "During the brief business i Fancy and Tailored Frilly Gowns from 1.59 I .
session.Mrs-Marion Howe
Wells of EUaville Oa;' Theywore Esterbrook. 'Cirtridre and service": Mrs c.It, Beasley of Gainesville reinstated to membership,and Slips and Half Slips i
identical &treet-leI1ltb'd'resses Fountain Pens ,Fourteen guests
$1.95 $2JS enjoyed entertained at a family the corresponding
.. of electric' blue bro,! 9345, at The TELEGRAPH.' this delightful occasion. party and bridal shower for instructed to.'write; a let- New from 1.99 ,

1 Miss Stevenson on Monday ter'of'appreciation to Starke
'ANDREWS ?**: + I evening Dec. 17. Utilities Superintendent Mer- v .

The attractively appointedrefreshment ril Dees,. commending him and Dresses
DRUGS "t,i #r, table held a bridal bis department_ for the beautiful .
i doll centerpiece and the lighting display-on: the

SUGCESTI015't crystal punch bowl was placed citY: water: tank; 1\ Arriving Cowboy Outfits

FOR s i at.one end. Games with prizes A workshop' in flower ar- ( Daily :

___ \. t- were played during the evening rang&gjwas scheduled for the q
it by the 13 guests. meeting on Feb. 2..' -
;. OPEN FRIDAY" AND' SATURDAY NIGHTS 'I1e'so; w hour was high ; !
Bantam PlayersAre lighted-by refreshments of imam ce I'

: :WE"ARE WITH Entertained molded'in the shape ofChristmas .
LOADED CHRISTMAS GIFTS ;ftreestrait: ;'cake.and' -
t J li
\. coffee. kS TO Cowboy Shirts
Koch's Drug Store. bantam ,
FULL LINE ,OF Christmas Tree football team enjoyed 'a'hamburger I loi'r* I
lto Boxed Candies fry at the home of Mr. j Choir Enjoys-Party : ,

:",**., ', -,.-.. .. ''cttDcs Decorations and Mrs. Jim Chasteen Satur- After,Cantata 1 14.JJ.! !

,* Gift Sets ; day night given by the parents ? 1.99Cowboy .
of the team.
1 *'arrows The, jChancel Choir of the ;
LI Greeting Cards The boys played football in :!1 i I( First Methodist Church enjoyed .

FORMER the yard and had their hamburger :\ Ideal
:: Watches I j Christmas: party Sunday t
AND. Comb and fry in the patio during night after'' their Christ For Those Boots, 1:
TOILETRIES, the party hours. J. Roy t masCanata- '-at' the Sunday -X*
Lighters Chasteen won the sportsman''! evening"" service. "Dressup"Holiday .
,; HUI.Brush Sets
FOR ship award for the team. : "I The choir members presented
: gifts to Mrs. Allen Sanders !

ANDREWS DRUGS Phone 964-2511 -I I ,' director and Mrs. Lloyd :! b Occasions 4.99up

.. .. 356 W.. ,MADISON ZIpper Notebooks $%.If at Green: organist,_after refreshments .-. ,I
-were served. ,,
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M t Q.j'f.QJW' ,' ; V .. "R DA V r :THURSDAY, :DEC. Jfl 1963
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; .: .','', .. "': Mr. Carlton/ ,. 76 I Christmas .Mailing L. w. Pagej,69, "THE; RIGHT POINT for, *thf'1 I FORD secutive COUNTY weeks In TELEGRAPH."the BRAD.

I : "i Dated this 25 day.ot November. .
:1 write. Come in and 1S62.>> : V "
," Services HeldrLast Services; Held' nay; ;you i ,
"- : : \ '<: ,1 (t)jht: "; to talk sIc jour favorite ESTER- Clerk/of the Circuit Court ', ., '

Bosons Why We Be/i'eve/; Renovation ," Sunc/ay/ ) about cardS.early' and mailing'of" Christ- r Last Sunday BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-! By 3IafIanl Deputy<. Crosby Clerk 1963r \\
: I.J I. mas, gifts,_ Acting. i I -r t i i'GIW'H. (SEAL) lrd
I :b' &() LV V t Postmaster Blake;Jackson-isaid; SrJ j I GREGX & GREEN I SAVE SAVES
Fred retired I' Lonnie Williams Page
76. a t Starke. Florida
f Courthouse Would! Be False/ Economy r telegraph operator, died last!..yesterday-public's excellent am grateful' op forth r'.lation' 'CT, of Lawtey died suddenly !I I 11-29 41 12-%0, Ii i You, Can Tiad&;
Friday in 'a Starke convales-I at his home last Friday after- \ Your iV7 atI
t In' Decent weeks, brie of our" 'long traffic hazards, and lack of adequate cent home after an' extended: i to date in our'early.' I noon after he suffered a heart'1 iv COUXTV CO.'RT.I I
mailing campaign. | Jimars
: time! ;-citizens; and a. -former county of- space. illness. | I attack while fighting a woods j 1\ A.\b FOIL BUAiiroitu I GATEWAYCHEVROLET
"Time everything j
means #
itifcl- has' written" a series of letters V 4. The cost of a thorough renovation -i Born in Kansas City Kan. 'V now:'.. 'J ac k'. s on continued." I j fire which threatening' his CO re(:;.Estate f1'. FLORIDAIn pf V I l.Lvffpl% i :

t : giving'hls views as to what can be done would perhaps equal V or exceed; on March 20. 1886. Mr. Carl- "Even a few, hours d l lay. InV chicken.> farm.' i I IV i Xell W. Fearce, de'easpd.I!I : L"c.,. V

tdpjve} Bradfprd County's admittedly half the cost of a modern; new courthouse I ton bean his career as a getting your cards -and"-ifts| Pag 's body was also badly: i! -Xwtice FUnI. UUi-hnritr of FiliiiK; ..Petition f KtcrutorNotice for I 5IC GlASS fcOUC I .
I : 4si
serious, courthouse problem. ; would rapidly deteriorate, wouldbe telearaoher at Gulfport. Miss., mailed may mean" disappointment -, charred by the' fire'which is hereby given that I BOATS .IU'V. .
under the guidance on his fa- friends and loVed -1 caught up with, him after the I have' filed my final returns as V V _
That Mr. Hayes' views, do not jibe of no pride or particular satisfac-; -to your executor" the --'!
of Nell
train dis-i attack. Dr. T. G. Ritch pro- estate
ther. who was a onesChiistms
t with':ours is beside the point. We wel- tion to the county, would not be an as-t Day. on'' W. Pear't., deceased; that I have .- .
t patrW and, one-time super- Here are. a few last minute., .]I.I ounce5d the'victim dead filed my petition for distribution' -
I : cpmejiis opinions,, whfch'show" that. he" set from an aesthetic standpoint, and intndent nf the Tennessee suggestions" : Don't' -' mail ;mon. arrival" at the Bradford Coun- and for final discharge, and WILLIAMS"---
has done serious thinking on 'so invested would be largely ty that on the 11th day of January
some money Central Railroad. Later he was in cards Hospital and said that Pag ,
ey Christmas. : par d' I II 1S63: I will: apply to the Honorable -
1 the..m.atter. which' is mor. .-;WQ mightaddrthan wasted, since a new courthouse' .will) mplove as an operator- with eels Use )postaf money-orie'riI! I 1 had a bad'heart V for the past \, Theron A. Yawn, County; <
: has been done by those eventually nave, to. be .built 'if the I the Southern Pacific in Dal- i or checks.. Be 'sure' to include 10 years. Judge of Bradford County Pre-

I .Yvh'Qge\ position makes the courthouse. iiity: continues<<; its 'present rate of las. Texas and spent brief :: full name. ,and address, .postal\ i i,I.| Mr:. Page was born March t; Florida returns for approval and for of an said orderof final ash '. ale I

) ihejrv: direct responsibility-the Board growth. V periods in Detroit and Deland zone numbers. and your 'return I['25; 1893 in Jefferson County, distribution and for final Christmas

I of ,Oounty ..Commissioners.Mr. 5. It would be most difficult to before moving to Stark, in I i address written or printed -'t Florida the, son of the late I:'Qf discharge Xell M"as I'earce executor, deceased.of the will

!? .- Hayes believes that a renova- construct, the additions and alterations 1923. He became telegraph I,I clearly";on every card and i I Mr.: and Mrs.. J. W. -Page. He ::: December. 10, 1962.A. .

tion job would do the ,trick. We' greet to the present courthouse and continue! operator Air line. with Railro,the d here Seaboard a nd :i i I should package.'be Parcels insured of and real marked value k.was. a member. of Ihe, Baptist!I i i J. THOMAS.: Ex.t.'cutorI JU. GIVE JEWELRY AND S.\VEUP

that; it might-for the next, or with the. courthouse functions : Church and a retired autoino.Uve -:I First publication December
i\'i necessary remained in: that position n- :: "Fragile. if they, 9pntain.deli': I,i 13th.:: 1962.THOMAS .
I ten years. But, where would we. be after ( for, a period of six months or i im8 |I til' his retirement in 1947. He cats gifts. [. mechanic and had, been Attor eys-at-law& PIERCE

: that? Projecting. our, present! rate ( J '' i J was a member of' Bradford Jackson sugges& hat last I; a resident or Lawtey' for the 203-205:: X.rth Temple Are.

V growth into the future, we can saf- In our opinion, an extensive renovation Lodge No. 35, F. & .A-M.. : minute;, makers tise.V-airmail past 21 years. V Starke, Florida %

ly say that, after spending a. hundredor program would be economically! 'Mr. Carlton is survived by I for their. .bhrfcfiria\ cards 1: .: Sun'ivin'is his "ife,'EnimaFuquay \I 1213It 13NOTICK. TO

:, thousand dollars on a renovation unsound, impractical, and poor judge-i'one nephew Frank Carlton I and gifts going 'out' of town. I Page, and one son I _
that I' of.Detroit, Mich. : There, is. still.. time.. ,for, local delivery I
? J9b, ve.; would be: right up against the ment in view' of the fact a. new ,i Lonnie W. Page Jr., both ofI TO DEFEND
Funeral services were heldat ; he said but all Christmas -' IIN CIRCUIT COURT, IIRAD
dame problem of mQre spac needed" courthQuse will have to be built in later I I
$ 2 pm. Sunday In Jones cards should be sent by I Lawtey, and two grandchild" FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
in another. ten or fifteen 3'ears.Theseare years when property will l be libr,1: I' t IX ('UNCII1.rhrn. -
I i, Memorial Chapel with Rev. first class mail.MAYOR'S ren. I U-QdQ.. :, .. .....,.
: the conclusions that make interest rates'will.likely be higher: and l Wm. IDun gan. pastor 'of the I I II I Services were held in the I E4J 1Jna.Plaintiff., ,..,

it .appear to ,uf that a renovation job laborand construction costs will, un-, !I Madison Street Baptist 1 COURT DeWitt C. Jones'' Chapel in vs. Case No. 13-174

I would! be.' false t economy and .would doubtedly be considerably\ high r'than;Church officiating. Burial I I'Va I Starke with Rev.. 'A. E. Massey I Patricia, Defendant Dlann Thomas C1\&H ONLYOH

::1 solve ,no" long range problems: they are now. I in the family plot in l tha'jor Randal Chitty. heard':: 9ftic ting. 'BurialTfollowed in NOTICE TO APPEAR

; J, After cotnpl ting 'such a. pro- As., Mr. Hayes suggested, however Crosby Lake Cemetery under.''a. dozen' cases Monday" in'' .the family' plot in the.. kings- whose To: Patricia residence and Diana address Thomas is: ANYTHING IN OUR STORE
grM: the county woUld still haveI V an, we would like' to have the opinions pfs:j'I direction of DeWitt C. Jones Starke Mayor's' ; Court in a ley Lake Cemetery under direction UXKNOWX : ...
f, advocating j Funeral Home, routine session which included of DeWitt C. Jones -Fu'ncral' You are hereby notified thata
old.. V.2l and b ick building, poorly laid others on this subject. We are not -
Active pallbearers were.three.. public intoxication charges -' suit for Divorce care, custody
; Home.
V out .because existing restrictions the immediate construction of:j Selection Of Watches
: J members of the Masonic Lodge .. S I and control of minor child has Wide
p subject to continual upkeep and repair, a new courthouse but simply that : been filed against you in the
I Masonic rites ;
and graveside Second on. the list, with two i above named Court and cause
: and nonfireproof"with" ,necessarily some thinking and planning be done; ,I were; conducted 'by the Brad I cases each were charges of : and :you are required to serve a I BULOVA A
high. insurance rates. along this line, with the creation of a ford Lodge. ., disorderly conduct and run- copy of tour answer er plead- :
2. The already cramped site wouldbe sinking fund to be used for the pur.. I : ning traffic' lights. There was I Plaintiff's ing to the Attorney complaint Green on the& ELGIN
j jammed full of building, right up chase of anadequate. site, and for later Clearing Begun f! one case each of soliciting I,I Green, Starke. Florida and file
V _without a city permit; vagrancy the original in the office of the
I to .fall sidewalks,. with no for construction. : Clerk'of Circuit Court SWISSDIAMONDS.
space I On Lake Butler; reckless driving by: the on or
) parking or for the assembling of public We believe that the, County Commissioners I II speeding, without license !I before the :31 day of December,
Site / driving a :, 1962' : otherwise!' the allegations
g th rlngs. would(\l also, appreciate this expression Hospital ; I and failure to have of said Complaint will be takenas

3.: There would be nothing but a opinions when (:and if), they Clearing of the site was Kit.G1L II I I vehicle, under control and I:I This confessed notice by shall you.be publishedonce

II nlu'ow: between the building decideto come to grips.with the courthouse I scheduled tQ start this week causing an accident. I each week for four conGas -

V arid the heavily travelled highway with problem rather than trying to for the proposed new $7 million '

t 1 its 'consequent noise, pedestrian and sweep it under the rug. plus prison' hospital and ij i Visit Our Store And See T/i?
j :
reception center at, the old

11:1.Jrowirig:'ii I Pains--A Sign Of ProgressIt' Lake ing: .to Butler an announcement airport, accord by I lciiut! ill Genie _says: I Many, Many Gifts At ThGrccSAVINGS <
Louie L.: Wainwright director I kllCJLlbBcBin : ;i Cut. Those
Efforts by the Starke city council number. She will direct each call to of the Florida Division Cor- S I v :

V toward establishing, a separate Utility its proper department-either electrical rections.' Actual constructionof -* uI'rtx- I bjD I Repair Bills S t..____

) Department are to be lauded as a sign gas, or street department where the new facility is planned I << / 0 i Birth Stones Necklace and
1)1 of progress in city government. What the proper department can take care of to get under way in January.t / TaflV I withNatural V '< ;... -4-yt B 1'

1J' j is eve better news, however, is that the situatiozi.V Wainwright made the I1'Ii' Pearls Earrings "

_f ,,t thfe forces; which caused the council to ,From the council's viewpoint the l nouncement during last an' an-I I V Gas *" Clocks' '* ',;V .
tion of week.
"1 move toward, more., departmentalization'\ main difficulty of the new operationwill the Watch ,Bands .:
sueaum Kuud uu.nOMG .. *f .
Chester- > .. .. '.
V was accompanied tax 'I .. ... ., .. ** M fr.a
J I can.',-pn\y: \ ,l q e Described as* "gr(>w ng educating the public tocall the fleld' Smith" cliairmln of the .. ,I. 4 '' ,"h't I, V "h' V ;
t .J pain'sa: 'condition-which' officials Utility Department when their business House appropriations committee -|I, SIZE PEN!, I INi For "care free," "trouble free" heating cooking I.V.'s : Cornja c\s.LigHteos .

-, 1 and'residentiary' always happy to see. concerns utilities and die clerk's .office ; Sen. Charley E. Johns, aj I .len h ndyPft arill 'water heating there's nothing like Natural ; '

"It's a'"departure; from conditions only when information of an administrative member of the Senate Appro?, balances pI- Billfolds T
l\\ : .. yhcdj ; Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, Wsafe'
J which have existed in priation Committee, and Rep.C. V '
the city for nature is needed. I '
r kvTonson, ; '
you. !! it's clean and supply is always there.
A. Roberts of .
V CountyThey V V
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many years, Mayor Randal Chitty Granted there are difficulties s.wvfng-r .. -
t many V It.
... We Have
said Tuesday's council meeting. Themayor to be worked out, but the difficulties\ ;, were completing a ;sIia $!ZEN" GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE I If It's Jewelry
tour of penal institutions in r '
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was referring to present conditions to that Starke is. groping I 5 : :f',
go prove | I : ;
I the state .and wereon their :' >
under which City Clerk Merrill; city. Its citizens shQuld e te> proud'of-way" to Tailafiassee.. to -appear |I I .. dockV4JdI4rbh'; i TARKE. NATURAL GAS WilLIAMS JEWELRYV

I Edwards is expected to answer the that fact and they should also rest! before the Budget Commis."I -.1ena1h tre. eortrajfB of fUN:..: V City Hall Phone 961-1301 .

questions and complaints of every citizen with, the knowledge that many other! sion in behalf of the Divisionof .IIN ana writes pM with .! "

who dials city, hall, as well as.tend. larger Florida cities have wrestled Corrections.Sen. ""Lfl1l1 I ., I II .

t ,( to his righfu'jobthat, of keeping with, and whipped, the problem we now Johns and Rep. Roberts 68 W1$! .'. BuY I ,--- .. -- '
$ straight the many, billing and financial -: said they had some --assurance: -

records, of a city ,of 5,000 persons. face.Council members see the new Utili- that $700,000 would be released t LMh.1s kING! SIZEl ond ;....... i : SANTA SAYS: For A Merrier Christmas for the

Under the new system to be.put into ty Department as only a beginning, soon to get the project Underway = .. 1mOOth. Ski '
j operation, January 1, the council however. Eventually it will lead into in January i iI wV I, A
I fcroas
,: hopes, an additional secretary will be separate departments and offices for Tax Assessor .lipid.est fxptntlvt Iy piru/Iht ': V, S Entire Give A Curtis. Malhe
hired for city hall ,and installed in .a the water, electrical, and natural gas -- i' .

separate office from that of the city departments.But Attends MeetTax .

( clerk. In lieu of no other space? Police the present move to divide the I '

Chief \YHliam:,F. Rosserha* graciously operation into two operations, one and John Assessor Hagan Gene a deputy Long : 1 1V l Complete Home Entertainment Center! t ti

1k consentedto.give up part of.? his office :phase, through the city clerk and an- were among the more than 15Q

i1 to the new Utility Department.From other through the new Utility Depart- Florida assessors and deputies i -

!the new office the secretary ment, mjist be recognized by all as a, who, 'received\ certificates for : I 1,

l will a.hWeiall: \telephone calls directed sign of progress, and every citizen| the completion of a four-day i I High Fidelity Combination. Televisjoii-! <<

ii! to aqy-of\ tbe.city's, utility departments J should make an effort to, see that the i I seminar conducted in Tallahassee -, I g The Andrews Stereo AM/F.M Radio

at t .number\ wjiich will be separate city counql'a effort to smooth out the. recently by the TaxAssessors' Ii i a.Riit1tnr,1 :V .

from Qleijk; Eo>ards' present office cityS: operation works. Association of Florida -. I, i nms IIWS._ ..........___ .... ', 1Qi :: ...
;, The seminar was sponsored -I r"nntvn__ P.>i:7'P"" ;, ::y ; -;:; ".S < ;;P: W Vj!" :;;: ; :&._
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by the Assessments ; : C, .
I ;Standards Division of the Stat('i 'TELEGRAPHPHONE 1
people comment on what a\]Brooker Yule ;' V 'I
marvelous sight this has made \II, Comptroller's office. 'I
Tree l ,
LightingSet .
but so many times in these "
\ busy days .we dan'\;take ,the'!); TonightThe ,.' r- .. j "

time to say ,"Thank you" to.
the people concerned. | annual Christmas tree .
Maybe this "Crown 0 f lighting ceremony for, the
Editor 'Telegraph: I Glory" will remind each' one i Brooker community will be ,
.. of us that the true slsnilic- held at 1:30 'pm. tonight i .
Dear ,6ir.; '
V ance of Christmas i it.to commemorate : (Thursday] in the community It

''V Iwould", : life: .to express my the Birthday of our j center Santa Claus will be on'' (.. t r
The Sor God. May _
'fc1ation .o- the men who Jesus. \. pf t
t app I avery hand to distribute gift? to:tb.<%< .,..', VSV
worked toj.mf; kf su, : h a beautifuU"Crof i.' we'each.orX have Merry '"J: ri TQIEEK, .
.n'? gut of,our city'sw&ier' CIIRISTMAS and. NOT 1 youngsters. This event 1 s

tankfor'Uiia Christmas. JUST a Merq: XMAS. sponsored by the Brooker Garden .
In traveling- around: a t Your,' truly.\ I Club. *" I "

S Christmastime,{ have seen Mrs. Harold Epps I I j
1224 E. Bessent Road.
I. several wonderful sights to
J. B. White Sells "
mention one, Is Cuthbert Ga.
J city'sq afe'whlch"h'is: several I TIm'IUGDT Registered Bull 29"95' ,

'b'eautiful\ lighted Christmas POINT, ," ", tar. t'>.'o& '. I .., ..... ModelS
trees. But, I believe none has vay 'yu write. C.aw *a' & J. B. White of Starke recently -I with suitable t trade
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compared, tb Stake's "Crown aItct joiiIfsrIt.E8Tu:1ROOK I III sold an Aberdeen-An- S .
rAt ckf Glory." II : FoonUU} Pen. TEL -I I gus registered bull to Ernest V j
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\!r: s I Cagers Have Bad Week; 'Bradford High Sports Writers Criticize I years.The ,FHSM should force all|I:' strong and Live in, Oak football figure next to year be>

f conferences to write into their |' They play the other Keystone

J ) I I constitution a paragraph stating ; schools. PKY, Santa Fe Mac

I Joins NewAthIecLoop i| that at least a year's no- '! clenny. Green Cove and Fer-

: Drop 3 Straight Games Keystone Conference Coaches .: members tice be given of its a school eventual. by ouster'i other: nandina take some better lop-sided be prepared losses to,

i: from the conference.At .
I mayhaps. This is the only

i ( Bradford High's varsity bas- Land stated "But we just against us, but toe: trouble- Is'I : Sportswriters on Jacksonville athletic officials from P. K. school or schools should be' it is, the five remaining i! course of revenge left to the

) ketballers dropped three couldn't hit." The Tornadoesheld that our offense is in worse i Athletic Director David: and Gainesville newspapers -I Yonge, Santa Fe CJreen Cove forced into a situation such as Keystone Conference schools i Tornadoes ani Bulldogs. One

1 straight games to .Lake City, 6-6 center Louis Combsto !shape than th3 ctffr i *:m's.n I have roundly denounc ; :i: have placed themselves in unenviable hardly can fault them for taking -
Hurse" Springs and Fer- Starke and Live Oak find
this Macclennj
announced week
I{ Oreep Cove and Macclenny. ony] three points against, Chuck Moors was Lih; man' the action Keystone Conference i positions. Both Starke : full advantage of it.
that Bradford High has joined themselves in for the next two :
) although the 20 he has been the coaches nan ina Beach did not want ;
J : the latter two contests per game for Tornadoes against ] who recentlywithout
: I f were tight games. averaging! Macclenny and John William t Jour 9ther area schools infertng5 prior notice, voted. the_ powerful Tornadoes and !. -

p ''Th9\ Tornadoes lost a 54-U' .Laud said his Tornadoes out l had nine. Marcus Rhode n had i ( a new'athletic conference Starke and Live Oak out of Bulldogs in the Keystone loop I

contest; to Green Cove Springs rebounded Macclenny three to t. 21 'points for Macclenny. Saturday. at in. Starke.a meeting law: the Keystone Conference.. : any more due to their greater j,

last,Friday in a game played .one and, praised the board Junior Y..nUy Labeling "the ouster ",AI] '
in the local gym. Had only! the work' of Ernest Jsnkins, John Starie's Junior varsity team TIlt' newly: formed Horida Shameful .Keystone Act," Joe size that left such a bad taste. :
H the in
Star the coaches Rather was manner
; l_ st three quarters of the'con- Williams and 'Harold Bishop. was busy'',this week trying to C9nference> as HjUberstein, sports editor ofj
named it, will which the five schools i
se coippEti.tion '
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teit counted the Tornadoes The Tornadoes were aheadone salvage something for their the Gainesville Daily Sun, i
between the'schools' beginning decided to oust Starke and
would have won the game by point-wish two'and a half varsity counterparts as, they said in his "Sun Sports :S

I five points but a bad tint minutes to' to in the,contest i won both games they played with track this spring Slants" of Dec, 14 that the. Live Oak.,
Hurse sai4. Besides Starke. As David Hurse, Starke
Quarter, In which the Blue but fouls cost them the vic i for a 3-1. record c ; treatment by Starke and Lire
S &l1OQ1s.eflterlug confer football it, "It
he coach put WJLS
Devils out rebounded the Tornadoes tory. 1 The Baby Tornadoes toppedthe ? Oak at the hands of the other :
enee are Lake City Oak. all "cut apd dried at the last
I 15-3, and: outscored I The coach also said both ] Lake City JV team 28-28 I: ,Live five members of the Keystone |i iI ''I
Palatka and St. 'meeting. Therefore, it is
them 9-d. was- jut too much. teams were weartng red and on a last sec.cnd'fied gpal by \I I ; ; Au.jrustine.Starke I.I Conference ,was "a shameful(1' \ ap-
f t four white uniforms which caused Warren and Live Oak 'areec.ji' p4rpnt the other schools had
J rfce foucht to within sophomore Jeff in a I thing. S
V1 ou-stkdtro. the 1Cey. 5 gotten together, either at a
Devils confusion and'cOst, theTorna.do real squeaker. i Halberstein w
t pofrtjof the Blue with some DavJ4 Dyawashigh : The column
: I I stone! 'conf ren e by a vote of > special meeting or by letter or To each and of
I two minutes remaining in the s three baskets from scorer for Starke with continues: every one

game but then fouls, as Grf en i passing to the wrong m n. : 10 points. I I I the coaches because the otlier i, S- It was'ot the fact that .: telephone" and decided on the

Cove froze the ball, cost them I I "We'll give somebody trouble Coach Dub Lowri h: 1ore'll I I schools" "wanted a chance to J step. SI 1'A you from Starke's Newest
win and the't.o zcio Iswe'e' J Hurse said he did not object
four more points and an eight if we can ever find our charges had!! an easier time of( I I 1 I

point defeat. Chuck tJoore scoring punch," Land aaid."We've it Tuesday 'night in. Macclen too 'large.* The other- to the. other five schools oust- dealership. May the coming
I three f jagmbers\ of the Starke and Live Oak. He
new ing
held two teams to less coasted it
t ha4 13 points for Starve and ny as.they ) a 42-21 I
Florida Star, free agents. the fact that the
1 John Williams 11 while Tom- than 30 points and anotherto victory behind the shooting Q! ,I were did gbject to months bring happiness and
Coach Rabbit of fECarolqt. not have the decency
I Smith! pa- did -
i 1 group
less than Lake (
my Clark a 6.3 forward was 40. Only Pavid Dyal, Donald; Falcon,
lath of : Oak :
and Live
was president tell Starke
I high for Green Cove with 15 City has scored over 40 points I Gene Pass and, Jeff Warren.for fjfsted to
points. th* pew 'conference. Sports i. of their intentions a year ago. prosperity to all.Starke's .

r D&W. fans will be':all$ to see. gridiron -, i:I At that time it would have S
The was originally
I scheduled to be played in Go-Getters League. Standings! I competition '1 t;>etweejC] the j jI I Ii S been possible for the Tornadpes -

J Won Lost I te.aPlS' of the new, conferencei ( ': and ,Bulldogs to look around -
Green heating
Cove but a faulty Lead Ladies
I 1 Triest Const. . 12' 8i i i ajs\ early. a5p !:t year with for' another conference '
r system and cold weather If fc /
Wells EleCt.nc..r 5 onljr'a few' schedule changes I to enter into. It also would \\\fJ./h
Bowling LeagueThe ,
(1! moved .the game to st&r! *e. i f f
iQateway being made since of thSi: for
The Blue Devils will meet Chevy 7 5 : inosf* : have provided a chance : G 1t

$ Go-Getters got 'em Go-Getters '. . 5' 7 1! teams already ha4 each :othcf '. revamping schedules.
Starke in the local gym again Thought sure the bad weather S ateway
tMW/uto . .4 8 :? em th?ii ghed: les. 'Starfee,j last would : Lame Duck Members
:. 'later this year. '. Monday night when they led i iI I of week keep
for instance: had all four of ; 1 I and Live
I' Murrhee Ins. Co1 11 As it is, Starke
Saturday night was even]i i off Ladies Twilight Bowling ,.. !I the other teams already on its : golfers .at home: Not .so. Several I I Oak are "lame duck" members '
worse for the Tornadoes !as League by taking four from I played last Wednesday i AT3Ni.
| schedule. I
I They
; of the Keystone.
Lake City's Tigers romped I Murrhee Insurance. : 'behind the i ipinnin i Bowling! LeagueStandings afternoon although some one I S--;
1 BHS '
: .is.the second foxnthesinalest ;I play all the other schools for
over them here 52-29 in an 1 ? of Burney Winkler said Ted came in after five
I unevenly matched ntest. t ; school, in the. .new holes. That is why he is the,;I the next two years but no % i. /
c who had a 457 series and the j
: conference with Palatka be- I..._- .. ---.4. -.-..-.- .-I nrestllZ'e is involved. The othei \ I % _'
"i "Lake City is the best team high of the night at 201. I ; u. nl.,uos cuuugu auise tu, -- --c- --
S. S. Noegel stayed ing the- largest with 375 boYS five 1 schools play for confer- '
we've, faced so far" Coach Er- for know when to quit. i
Georgia was high
place in the Mixed Bowling
ingrades 10 through 12. Lake
Starke and Live
win Land 5ta'ted. "And we 434 t The weekend was ideal golf I I ence laurels
with series.
Murrhee a i
League by taking three game City has :393 boys and is the] Oak the outside look- :
are on
played' our worst game of theyear. Triest Construction! Company from Pyrofax Gas Co. this weather. When Jack came I.
second largest school, St. Augustine -
." Harold Bishop was high took four from WeU| week behind the bowling of home after only 9 holes I just, ing in. : c.
391, 8ttke 273, and : \
situation is such that
for Starke with nine points. Electric with Betty Sprow Rudolph Hutcheson who had knew he was sick. As it turned I|. This I
Live Oak is tfee smallest with
: the Florida High School Activities :
'To end theid disastrous!lug Triest with 513 series lead-j a 498 series. 251. S ; out his new golf shoes had;,'i 1 1l
I Association, through
; week the Tornadoes Tuesday I lowed by Betty Tillis at S Miry Jarvls,-had the I rubbed blisters. Can't remember -
.h1ih1 According to Coach Hurse its executive secretary, OnlyFranchiser
night dropped, a 39-34 decision Nell Garner was high for series for.Pyrofax with what "Shep's" excuse was,i l i capable :

I to Macclenny to establish \ i Wells Electric. effort for the .losing cause. Starke is not officially out of I but. both ,he and. Jack were I 1 i I LaFayette Golden, should look ;, ]
the Keystone Conference until) into the matter. It should investigate : Chevrolet DealerYou
I their present record of a Gateway Chevrolet took r D&W Auto :Supply.and the I available Sunday afternoon _
( I single win and four, defeats. three from D&W Auto Supply I last;place: M&R. Motors team the end of school this his year air! for. Christmas tree hunting. S with an eye toward

"We played our best defensive with Neoma Nelson and Joan split at two1; games each. But he plans to enter track Most. unusual. ; making certain that no such :' Can Trade Your Way At Gateway Chevrolet

of year and ROt both had team in both the Keystone The .interior of the new doings can happen again. No !
.game- the Forsyth tied when D&W stayed In second place Florida i 5- ,
more good;,, shots from the field series of 443. Alice Resch with Joyce Ward bowling a Star Conference --clubhouse is near'co plet1on. -mt I

than, in any game since I've I I Mary Watterson and Joyce i I I high series. then Edith Hutch- .I. meets. The team will gland a There -has been talk of a New :, 5-

been coach' ," Coach Ervin Ward all had 400 plus series I; eson was high for M&R Mo- good: chance of winning both Years Eve dance and party. Cole's NEW ELECTRONIC MARVELS Cole's HEAVY DUTY

II I I conferences, too since the Tornadoes 'I It seems to be only talk, how-
-- -- ---- placed third in the ADDING MACHINE
: ever.. Several of the members !
'Carps took four. games from I state in Clles A competition 1 I i' ..
Bill are .afraid there will be some : S S -- .5

Porsyth Plumbing .with& I l last year .11dwere state champions :i i pepple who eant behave them) S S S : ..
Lovell high with a 30 series the )
and Harry Lovell trailing with previous season.Tom's : selves and might damage the 5,5 c- % _

I [ E.YCk1'It 524 series. J. T. Pollard was :!: building! This sounds like one : S

Shell I of those affairs: I WANT tomiss. less than 4 Ibs.
high for Forsyth Plumbing.4Long J1 I '. .

es from:t.) PpAgetook.flurfe'Buff ,Garage, : .wi ga h-I Takes .;I',( PIace,, I' I..s-r; : ., -"'':-',".-. .ar S" .,E., Eaves]' I {o. SS .. ,

Henry:'Cross )b Lvingrth$. hi{ h In Men'a ,Bowling I. ,
!, setje$ .of :4&7.Tom] : Bjnjth hi, ,d v i I. c' $ .5 -!:. _t>f..Mf. and, ;L\zrs:' Foster" liI'Sh i S
I 'series 'LOr Buff G i- Tom's jShell took four points ; S
I the high ; ,
.' Half Mile North'.Of .City i Umits-U. S. 301 i r.age, .egster.' OAOOk thieegames 1 i from Drw.te. to moVe:1nlo.a ;: ) 'Of 905 W.Ma4Ison St., ; 1No. .
SUyke! bowled a.210 in '
: from Simpson.Taxi wijLh first place jtie with Terall- game '' .TR400 ; ;.:
OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. \ Bill Nelson,at a high 'of .4B6 I legar Motors Who won allfour, oPen last Thursday bowllnhatStarke night, Decem-Lanes j: _- _____ ,. $149.00

i I and James Norman at 477. pointsfrom'. O'Connor .Real ber.: .13. i I -4\ -;- _I* .. 10 KEY MANUALFor

GRADE "A" ,! Bill .Lovell won high series Estate: with Terwlliegar's 'Bill! .j I I addition, subtraction and listing. Total capacity -

C ; for the men with a 530 sac re I.!. Epps rolling,-.the. most pointsin : I I I ". .. -, i'dda//LI: : 9,999,999 both positive and negative. Keys

I; while. Mary Jarvis ,was high ; the series 'with, a',total of CALL FOn BIDS : '-'"""""..' ., .':--- ( / ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL ;for Repeat and Non.add, Minus, Sub-total!, Tctol;

FRYERS LI.r i i for the, women'at 511. j! H6 in'4beMen' Conmcrciali 00'o'clock TS aie4 t bids_ P.M'Will WednesdAy be received, I I -, _-r' -/ Operates both by rattery and electric! (A,C.) Keyboard Clear lever. Two-color! ribbon with sub

i, League Standing i League bowling tiiis- past wee*.: by the City Council of. the City PROTECTED BY A GENUINE LUTHER CASE tract items, negative totals? and sub-totals printingin

I .>. S Wan Lost j S. S;. .ItoegeJ's' wo' ,' three; at, tarke, 'Florida! .t' the City C DtcteM( -your tar, tiorn f hotel.! Rg- Sists(5y0ut red. Base 8" x 11" .. foo.436 $149.50
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ils. srNoegel.14:: .. 6 j points .few. 'SKvH: DtJUttowhilt JQn to Starke, flarjda. uitii Wigs- while fre51. mind. Used S pluita*
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D&W Auto .. ., K.13: !7 I Start' Uolor |arts took > potifUd 'It'- opening date. : S for':office'S tronarlpfion. Your secretory

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13 Coldest Reports ij
'I ported four inches., have personnel available for Tax Collections t HOLINESS CHURCH unknownYou

V Official low readings "by, the emergences: however, and [all In Auto Accident Children's] Gifts ,are hereby notified rh Frost Warning Service' here employees who have. to work V I Favorable ToDarbyYawn ( = suif for Diverge and r'-Slur.iI
North 301, 2 2 miles out of S
'.... Last For Baskets I! tion of former name has h.
In : SaturdayBradford I' tfn
I Many Years during the unbroken ten-day will receive extra,'compensation -Total $289,058Through I town on Ml of the road. filed against you in the ti I, ve

cold 'spell' were. ';Dec.7, 22.5; the, ,council ordered. i ; i Your People's Meeting Court and cause and \. u ,,e
Dec. I County's only ac- A brighter Christmas for a- required to serve a ""I"| ,f
Dec. 8, 3Q-5; Dec. 9, 32; Friday::! 7:30 p. m. Sunday
I t !r cident statistics were recorded round 50 children will result your answer! or pleading t.> ">
Continued From Page 11] 10/25.5; Dec. 11, 22; Dec. 12, Monday State audit reports on the ,:, School. 10 'a.m. Sunday: Nigh complaint on the Plaintiff v ia V
Moves last Saturday night when ai i from the Starke Club I
I them. 31; Dec. 13, 12.5;, Dec.,!:44,18; City offices of Circuit Court Clerk I Worship, 7 p. m Everyone torney J. C Sapp P 0 l><>\ -HI-,
: j i car driven by Bobby Powers I meeting Wednesday when 1 Green Cove Springs Fi ,
Dec. 20.Water I : i Old
15. cordially invited to attend-
'r I V One plumber reported that 41 Charles Darby and County !I Lawtey overturned with seven -'i each member brought a gift and file the original in tiit :
Tax, Collector' J. R. Kelly Judge T. A.Yawn were received RPV. Car Edmondson. pastor. flee of the Clerk of the C'ir. ,:t
some. lavoratories were "rais [For Utility passengers in it, according i for a boy or girl to be used
\t\ 1 ed uP' and pushed off the System Dept. reported this week that Brad Monday:: and operationof to Florida Highway Patrol in the annual distribution of of Court December on or,before 1962:! the Ktherw 31 uJ,se

; wall" by the force of expandIng l: I ford County's 1962 tax roll of both offices were given good Trooper J. M. Hollis. I Christmas baskets in the com !I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH the allegations of said Conipiwill ..,;.t

ice. $425,139.30 is already 7fc8 per ratings:, t be taken as confessed ;IIY
Passengers in the automo-
Continued munity. The gifts will be turn-
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Page One] Sunday School 10 a. m-;
The DuPont Company, conducting cent collected. Darby's audit concerned on- bile, a 1955 Ford sedan, were ed over to the Elks Club for 11 you.This notice shall be publ >ned -
To oBe& Morning Worship a. m.
dredge mining opations -' Improved we're just at:a point whereour Through Monday ,of this ly his activities' as clerk. of Jackie, Ronnie, Loretta, Ray, distribution.This 7:30 R. T. Wil- once each week for four i' ..u'

I'. e" east of Starke. and 'growing pains" hurt a lit week a total of $$289,058.04 the circuit court since'his accounts Nancy, Rowe and David meeting was the club's I j I : p.m. ttev. 7:00 secutive weeks in the BRA!>
Evening Worship FORD COUNTY
northwest of tIe." The couftcil agreed that had been collected for the as clerk and ,auditor Crawford, all of Lawtey, and
Lawtey when .
reported (Continued from Pag? 1)), I annual poetry field day, liams, pastor. Dated this 28 day of November
I that its equipment was "fro under the new system each month of November and December. of the Board of-County _Commissioners ranging in age from eight each member composed and 1962.

1 zen up",the worst it has ever er Florida cities the residents r department superintendent' Collections for November audited in connection months to 21 years- All seven I read a poem extolling the virtues -1 CHARLES A DARBY,
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court
j t. been, but managed to keep pay the cost of'pipe on their 'will need a .separate space totaled $267,839.77 with that board. of the passengers were treatedat I ll] of another member : AOTICE TO DEFEND By; Marian L, Ci..VDeputy

in operation during the big property when they, receive where he can be reached when while only $21,218.27 has been "Records 'were well kept," the Bradford County Hospital whose name he had drawn IX CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Cie.k

/ freeze. water'and sewage from the needed. V collected in December; the the audit'report read on Dar- for injuries but only 18- I the week before. COU.NTY.FLORIDAl. (SEAL)

The cold played havoc with city. No other plans have _""Removing the radio shouldbe tweUth month is traditionallya by's office, -"Annual reportsof year-old Jackie was hurt seriously -I I> CHANCERY. 11-29 4t 12-20

J ornamental plants and County been made for the hearing, the biggest relief you've slim one due to Christmas income ,and expenses were enough, she had a 'jack I Pvt. John Reddish Mary Jane Withers Mason

Agent G. T. however. ;had since you've been In city shopping, according to Kelly. filed as required 'by law and injury, to be admitted. I 1 Plaintiff,
reported .
i i'S. Case No. 13-163
I there was not a sprigof Items included in the water hall" 'Councilman Carl Hurst Last year only $13,199.67 was were accu 4te/' The mishap occurred at approximately -I!Taking Advanced I Walter Eugene Mason,

green grass left in pastures purification program, the told Edwards "It ,should takea collected during the entire Of Judge Yawn's office the 11:30: p.m. last 'Recon' Defendant, V'V

I throughout the county. Plants council contemplates are two big load off your;:shoulders." month of December. report'stated, "Collections of Saturday, December 15. approximately -I TrainingPvt. NOTICE TO APPEARTo f'V
I Walter Eugene Mason
drew Persons payzng their county record were properly accounted : .
The remark the "No-
that are usually unharmed by aerators costing $10,000, cor- three miles north John A. Reddish son of
I rosion control equipment body has complained" remark taxes hi November got the for and ,license collectionswere of Starke on VS. 301. The '
coldazaleas, camellias, pit- ., < Sheriff and :Mrs. P. D. Reddish I GOOD
i isporum, etc- had their leaves costing $6,000, three chlorina- from the clerk. maximum discount of four pet- promptly and accurately right rear tire on the Ford'I' of Starke, currently is undergoing :: I Low Priced Vc'

seared brown by last week's tors, $4,5OO; new master meter ,Police Chief V Rosser also was cent discounts, during that remitted. Annual reports of blew sending the car out of advanced individual'I'

g "'. freeze. The few citrus trees and meter repair, $3,000; rehabilitation -'I in favor of hiring a secretary month totaled 11029.05, Kelly income and expenses' were filed control. It turned over once training in reconnaissance I TURKEY I TransportationMany

f I in the area were hard hit, and of the south well!.I to4man,the',radid because ,he figured. Discounts given as required by law and throwing the driver, Powers with Troop B of the 1st Training I To Choose

"J some will likely not recover. $5,000, and drilling a new said;. his, department 'might during December have. totaled were-l substantially: accurate. 30 feet, according to Trooper Brigade's 1st Reconnaissance I: From

.. Several instances of the well, well pump, and piping have ah m rgency which only $848.69, but only a three Exp ses''appeared' reasonableand Hollis, before it -eame to rest Squadron at the U. S. j i You Can Trade

f) $18,000.In would, allow them,a chance to per cent discount is given this were generally supportedby 150 feet from the east sboul- Army Training Center, Armor SHOOT Your Way atGATEWA
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; mercury dipping to 10 were other action at the!meet make onlY. .oDe call. It could m nth. Discounts will drop to itemized Invoices. Pee der of the highway in an up- tUSATCTl, Fort Knox, Ky. !
reported in the making -
county, I
two per cent in January one charged were in accordance l'CIIE'IWLET
the ,
I mean difference: between right position after running '
last ing Tuesday night the council -I The 1st Squadron conducts ,
J 1 r.st' .week's cold likely the. : I I life and death for, an officer per cent,in February, and finally with'lascs." goYe, ing." through a wire fence and post. eight weeks of reconnaissance' !': Sat. Dec. 22 !I Inc.
w in ,at 1east 127 "
1 to in Both. officials had made
if heard the zero March. Taxes V The automobile travel- C
I [ first Accepted a low bid ,of $2-* na one message was training for those troops who I' 1:00: P. M.\ TILLLU'S
i recorded "bigfreeze"
: 363.17 submitted by.J. E. Hardy -j I the..chief stated. .He was 're-: not'' paid by April i, Kelly proper retirement deductionsfor ing approximately 55 miles have completed their initial:'
I : came in 1835, but Auto Sales on a two-ton|I I f erring! to the fact that oftennobody path, will be' delinquent. eligible employees, the reports V per hour when the mishap occurred eight weeks of basic combat ; TAVERN
temperature |
records were
I Dodge truck .for the '.Street in the 'clerk's office This year's tax roll was $11- "stated.Social Hollis said and no training. I Kingsley Lake
i ii kept.! Even if the official low bid can answer the! radio promptly 360.44 more than the 1961 roll V charges were filed. '
I I reading at the Frost Warning Department. Hardy's Reddish will be taught the I -
I weather station 112% degrees was $96.33 under the next i because they are tending of $413,778.86. according to l Security duties and responsibilities of I
to other.duties. the collector. Last year's tax Dr. Pete Felos
It is accepted at the low-reach highest. "recon" personnel assigned to I
Commended Power Plant On. the matter of separate roll was more than 99 percent County, Clerk Charles Dar-
the scout section of a recon- ff
ed here. it was'sUll colder
i Superintendent Merrill Dees post- office boxesNatural'GasSupt.i ; collected, Kelly added, an by pointed out-this week that Elected To Head naissance platoon. Included in f
than the 13 reading recorded GIFT
'.water Oscar,Davis said hulked excellent record for any coun a stand containing almost any
I here in the "big freeze" of for decorating the city's Hospital StaffDr. the instruction are the fundamentals :: -:

t: 1894. No official reading is oh tank on the, Pratt: Street the;.idea:because"'I should ty. type of social security information of scouting, patrolling, <6'< ORANGES GRAPEFRUITBy ,
V see all:correspondence( including desires has
II Playg'ound. :Council members V V anyone P. G. Felos was elected and the collecting of movement I
record of the low reached In
the "big freeze" of February said they had 'received"manyfavorable bills, which concern the Methodist ChurchFriday been placed in; the main hall chief of staff of the Bradford information of enemy : !! Fast Express -- Delivery Guaranteed G

1899: :when a two-inch. snow comments! on the .gas department.Edw' rds I of the county courthouse.The County Hospital at the annual troops. I ) The Best In Christmas 11
countered by ,saYink that the Dec. 21-Children's stand contains pamphlets -
fell here and remained on the decorations. election of officers held Tues- He is scheduled: to complete 4' Gifts From Florida
bills should go to his office. Department .Christmas Tree .on various and sundry day night at the regular this training February 1. I (\
ground for several days. The i I Okayed the closing of City : ,
since, he..is the'orie' who has and program ,in Fellowship subjects from applications for monthly staff meeting. Dr. L.: soldier U Tree Fresh Fruit -- Direct From Groves v
In' next, : 18-year-old en-
Hall TUesday -
heaviest snow-fall the state Monday and,
I I :
I Tat to Pay them. social security to applicationsto H. Jennings was elected vice tered the last 6
Army September
that time was recorded In Christmas and Christ- Hall.Saturday Chinese .. Navels I
Dec. 22-Junior change, a person's ,name. chief of staff, and Dr. D. M. and completed basic combat Honeys

.r. -- -- _ -I Services ForMrs. Department will go Christmas There is information about social Christoffers, secretarytreasurer. : training at Fort Gordon.Ga.
caroling, 7 p.m. security for the self employed Temples -- Tangelos ,
.. l, 64 Sunday, Dec. 23Church 'older persons s.. farmers Reddish was graduatedfrom

AMERICA'S Held, "Monday. School, 9:45' a.m. Morning clergymen, and for disabled CHURCH OF GOD Bradford High School in I<< FREE SAMPLESDOUG'S g

'i. No.1.1 _____ ____________________ Funeral. V ,serVices'"* 'for ,;Mrs.: pert Worship,for,MYF 11 a.m., 6 Snack pin' Youth Sup- cards, persons.a person There'can.fill are- out also, 422 N. St. Clair St. 1962.
I 1963 ZENlT' Frances Sellers'Keel, 64,',were. Programs, 6:30 p.m. Evening Sunday School, 10 am. BAYLESS HIGHWAY
and send off to find out how
\ 1., ,held",at ,2 pan. Hope:Baptist Church;Thfcres-' Monday, Dec. '24Junior much his social security pay- Evening Service, 7:30: p.m. Y- Sunday School, 10 a. m.j

$ sa, ,with .Rev., Merle',Packhamofficiating High and Senior High MYF ments total to date. PE each Wednesday, 7:30: p. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Across From Setzers

YALUt 15888 -. "Burial:was in the will go Christmas caroling, 7pjn. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, Training Union 6 p. m. ( Starke, Fla.
1 if
/ church cemetery: under' direction' _Christmas Eve Candle- Selective Service 7:30: p.m.-L S. Williams Evening Service, 7 p.m. Prayer -

l' of 'DeWitt' C.; Jones light .Communion, 10 p.m. pastor. meeting, Wednesday. 7 p.

I'r Deluxe ':,t",..V V M.jj.2I Fun raLHome.; .- Wednesday' Dec.- 26-Pray- Selective Service Local r

\ Compact ''+. : ;Mrs.: -Keel; died last: Fridayin er Meeting, 7:30p.m.. Board No. 18 will be closed
k Sfv//n/t/ __ V V V an,'Orlando'.hospital afteran Thursday Dec. 27- Chan- Monday and Tuesday. Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at

I'/ __ __V_V exned111; es. She .was cel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. Bradford County Telegraph.
19" POTABLE( ij
born in CairoGa.:', on Dec. 14, There will be no- Junior Choir

1898. and ,waS a: member .of. rehearsal nor Primary Story

: the Ktrigwooc '.Manor Baptist I Hour this week.

%WINKLER ELECTR'IC'Illc. Church, 'Orlando.
Besides- her husband V Wm.J. Everybody 20 Words or less, one time __ .95 Memorials, Resolutions _______ 3c per wore
..Keel of,Orlando, she is survived To Distribute If not paid in advance ____________ 1.0n Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ___ !.M

4 A GOOD SELECTION USED TVs: by'five daughters, including Christmas .BasketsThe Keyed or Blind Ads ____________ 1.00 Over 50 words ------V .."..,___ 5c per wort

Mrs; A. M.Woods and Reads Each additional word over 20 ___ 05 Display ads in Classified ____ 1.50 per inch

; : 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone '964-4301 'hol 's. 'H. E. McGee,' both of Starke Elks will have _U ___ ou__

: \ St rke; three sons, two brothers their annual distribution of IN/SUItANJI'/ ;
-. three sisters, and 37 Christmas baskets this Satur-/ ; AUTO FIRE BOAT & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
grandchildren. DOYLE E. CONNER
day. Billy Noegel is chairmanof INSURANCE AGENCY 710 Lemon St. Palatkv
Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pagesbf Our I THE RIGHT POINT for the the committee this year V Phone 964-4501 Furniture Repaired,

Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check" way you Writ Come in and and it is planned to distribute _ tfchg Upholstered & Refinished

Regular Section. for Correct Number. select TOOT 'favorite ESTER-.. around 50 baskets of food and .4 LISTINGS WANTED All I Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILT
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH toys. \ 1._ ) typesStrout Realty. P. O.
r Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- Innersprings

____ -- ._-.I.- -- -, ---- 1 1766. tf chg FOUND AMONG TilE I and Box Springs
: =-- I ----: -- V ; : ::", ; .: : ':'7 i ,: -=-' :; ;" FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL I Drop Us A Card or Call
V. : ,
ii' !f 4t Ready mix concrete, concrete AT THE TELEGRAPH I PALATKA EA 5-9168

; block piers, fence posts, sand I STARKE 964-5934
BUSINESS V cement,mortar mix,rock,steel, I MRS. PEGGY
; ThAi1EA oyster shell, limercck, and roof 'I Starke, Ajent

\ \' V gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg THEATRE.
Bradford Engineering Co. I FOR
__ __ ___ ______ T. t 'tVV 1ir : > ---- RENT Small furnished
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---- I Mrs. W. R. Haislop FOR SALE apartment. Utilities furnished -
; AUTO BRAKES Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVER L & $50 per mo. 127 Lafay-
-V TRAILER MART By OwnerIn ette St. Phone 964-5951. after

LARK ANGLIA INSIST THAT ALL TOUR Gainesville \ Representing a Manufacturers Pinehurst Subdivision 5 p.m. tfchg
as low as $385.00 downon -
Hull's Brake Supply ENGLISH FORD CONCRETE: PRODUCTS V New 55 x 10 wide. We trade Concrete Block Home, 3 &L A. Payne

MFJICEDEs BENZ -' VOLVOAuthorized : ARE THE BEST FROU Mayflower v for anything. 7 years financ- Bedrooms & Florida Room, WE DON'T

-BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Bales t: Bervlc* Edwards Building LOCAL AND LONG ing with low payments. HYWYNo. Carport & Utility Room.F. Sell you we help you buy.
Service fw All 17. East Palatka dial 328-
: For Every Car ox- Truck "Complete DISTANCE MOVING H. A. Approved Good selection of new and
Turning mGrtndlnj Relialng 1Iakee" Supply Inc. Storage And Crating 1050_or 325-2048. tfchg. Small Down .Payment. used 8' and 10' wide Mobile
I'' 606 E. University LiL The FREE RENT To lady or H.
I While You Wait FR 2-4251 726 & Mala HI 2-"" G*! UY111. FR 11224 Telegraph couple to share my home. Stel- Phone 964-3544 LAKE nies.GENEVA

1111 S. Main OaiDenWe tiJneivtfl&! FU. Gainesville. Fla. I. la Rhoden, 4% miles out Rai- 717 'V. Cypress Street TRAILER PARK
ford Rd. Rt. 2 Box 'l2, Starke. I
,FRS-9f%> SEWING MACHINES Phone Starke, Fla. i 1 ml SE of Keystone Hta.
VOLKSWAGENSales ELECTRIC MOTORS I 964-3031. 3tp 12-27
Each time The Telegraph goes to on Route 100
FOR SALE Ford '58 Ran- BEWARE of buying
Service Parts Sewing Machine any encyclopedIa -
; Electric Motor press WITHOUT YOUR AD, you chero truck. Clean, good con- before you see tfchg
AUTO RADIATQRS Miller-Brown Motors dition. See at 386 W. Weldonor WORLD BOOK Call or writeM. FOR RENT furnished 4
Inc. Repair Co. Service CO are missing the opportunity to place phone 964-6932. 4tp 12-26' A. PAYNE, your local representative room apartment with bath.

OP GAINESVILLB talk homes in WANTED Coon Otter since 1956, Box 603 Adults prefered. Phone 969-
Butler's Radiator I'B New Home ... your sales'_ in 3,200 hides. Davis-Brothers or Pecan, phone 964-3794. tfchg 1185. 3tp 12-20

1020 X.: Unlrwsitf o MLd&ine.Tt1l. ooMPLErZ-I&1'IUC- Neechl Pfatt Bradford, Union, and Clay Counties Hide and Fur Dealers, U.S. 90. YOUR OLD WATCH will FOR SALE-40 church pews,

: Service 0 I ;MOTOR Sales ft Service West Macclenny, Fla. P.O. Box i make the down payment on a good condition, hard pine finish
SALES AND satvic'Dist.r 213, phone Alpine 9-4791 or I beautiful new Bulova at $10 each. Johnstown Baptist -
Host Modem Com In StockRepairs Repairs On All Make AL 97835.V 4tp 12-27 Dahmers Discount Church, Box 174-A Lake

; AH Can '- Truck B & G Motors',Co. c( 815 W. UniT. Ave., GitowvQ YouVe missing the opportunity to _ House.tfchg I Butler, phone HY 6-2772.
National R.M.I519S.W.4ttAve.GaineavUle FOR SALE Simmons place
V 37S-101S FOR RENT ____2tp 12-20
New Lincoln Motc"
CADILLAC' OLDSMOBILEF85 Furnished Apartments -
I- reach more than 10,000 potential 715 South Westmoreland St.
1 & 2 bedrooms, YOU CAN buy a membership
FR 2-151S Priced for sale. Owner,
n 2-0496 HILLMAN .ROOFING since each is read quick we Day lights and water. Con- in The Starke Golf and Coun
laze 8. llaln. OlnegvtllsGARDEN consumers, paper leaving town. For information I tact 431 Center St.
Sales and Serriot or Bulling- try Club at a discount by.

-- 2001 N. ,W. 13th Et. 441 SUPPLIES The Helzel Co. by more than three people. (Some contact Williams Jewelers. I Itfthg. COLONIAL FLORIST Phoning1 9642881. An Ideal
Xmas gift.
; AUTO SALES &: SERVICE FBt-7615 Johnson & Paris S ROOFING ace: even passed from family to family DRESS SALE Ladies dresses Only F. T.D.Florist In Stark FOR RENT-Furnished_love-Up
place. Flowers
first quality, values to any -
DODGE. LANCE* lac.Complete SHEET METALS ). Through no other medium can $14.93, only $2.98 and $3.98. for all occasions locally. i ly spacious 2 bedroom duplex

1 I IMPERIAL CHBYSLKS AIR CONDITIONING reach little Shoes: Ladies and girls, your Phone 964- 291. 506 East Ntta apartment with screened back
PLYMOUTH VALIANT tt No Job Too Large Or Too SmaB you so many so ex choice, $1.98. Small appliances St. tfch I porch. Good neighborhood -

I 'Authorized Sales Parti Sales Parts Senrlca IUDSI'I.&NTI- 202 8. E. 4th St. GainesviB' pense. For as little as 90 cents you and gift items. Low discount i near 964-5744.BH3. Renner Apts. Call

USED CARS TOO' flETR15Iiee4kides FB 2-1491 prices. MARY CARTER PEYTON FLORIST tfchg.-- -
can get your advertising message into I PAINTS, 321 N. Temple Ave. 119 S. THOMPSON ST. FOR RENT-1 bedroom trail
PooleGable Motors -Pet Sinlies
Itchg. er. Westmoreland Trailer
'' VACUUM CLEANERS 3,200 homes. Postage alone on PHONE 964-4155
Park. Phone
'We Rent PerUbx aiteaderV Marcus Conner 9692151. tfchf
119 8. E. 1st. Ave. GainasvlllE24343 .
AUTO SALES &: SERVICE or 969-1022 --
224,N. W. fth Am I.n I. a government post card to the same 10 ACRES LAND at city limit. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe FoR RENT Adults only.

V 1-N1. All Hakes- Of Vacraaas number of, homes would cost $96! Ideal to build on. Sell wholeor Wire Flowers Anywhere First class apartment. Living
LINCOLN UEKCUKY I Automatic Transmissions I."If It Needs part Phone 964-2465 tfchg room bedroom bath; and kit-
Gainesville. Ra RepairsBring But whether you've got 90 cents or HOUSE FOR RENT Close tfchg chenette. No pets ,lease. 128
N. Church St.
ONE DAY SERVICEALL in; all conveniences; reasonable REGISTER NOW for adult 2tp .
MAKES ..;. REPAIR .LADIES WEAR Authorized& USED VACUUMS $90, to spend on your advertising rent. IL F. Demorest. 266 evening classes. Mall l your FOR SALEWebco Tape Re-
Authorized Salu Sente*- Kirby Distributor Park Place, phone course selections to L- H. Gib corder. Used very little. Good
Parti AND EXCHANGE Cherry' message, you can: still get the MOSTFOR'yOUR 9644045.Itp son. Drawer 100. Starke. 2.00 condition. Phone 984-0922 Itp

Trained Mechanic GMt Gator Automatic Gainesville's Lat FuZiioiiNiddzeM Kirby : MONEY in the columnsof FOR RENT Famished and fee contact per Prof.course.ThOIn1 Negro>k1m.adults R J. Lillie LIghtfoot

j Uiedc&ru.Barkley Transmission Service For Ladles Sales & Service The Telegraph. What would you unfurnished unfurnished apartments.2 or 3 bedroom Also E.CHRISTMAS School TREESPlentyof tfchg ROOM WANTED Gentle-

CHESSES SUITS -COATS houses. Reasonable rent. W.H. mazr desires ;room. Parking
INC. like to'tell our 10,000 readers next I beautiful shaped cedar
Motors ton Appliances. Phone Day facilities. State monthly rate.
19 SE 2nd Flaw(next to'Pt,O.'l .ACCESSORIES V. I 12 S. w lat 'QalulTnt., week? 964-6551. Night 964-7191. trees. All sizes, cut dally. M References furnished Write

1 615 N. Uali. GelawrllU Vt Gainesville: PHONE .272-0372. 165 w.. 1j 'O&ulyw.! FB-7U' Nollman. Starke. tfch I I phone A. Payne 964-3794.204 B. Glenn Itchg St "A", P. O. Drawer A, Starke. '

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I < '-I" < ',' STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1962 ,: -, .. ... .. : 't --

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6-._..... -' or the needs of others with I .. ................ State Farm. them to spend the holidays' :fcr part of the week.' .* daughters, an of Jacksonville! ,

: whom we live and work each : Church Schedules: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer fflggin-I' :Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling, visited Mrs Lois Carter Bunt I

I Home DemonstrationDOROTHY day.Not SERVICE MEN LAffTEYBy Grace Methodist: Sunday botham spent, Sunday with her and Floyd Denmark and day -

Notes long ago, a young mother School, 9:45: am. Morning parents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie --

r \It"j who had only .a few By Blanchsrd Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Ser- Bowen. In Palatka.Mr. ''-
by :MONTHS 'TO LIVE wrote a AND WOMEN vice, 7:30 pjn. MYF each and Mrs. Gene,English
Rob story about:.what she would do &&&a&&A AJU Wednesday, 8 pjn. of Maxville were Sunday dinner start yourdsythe'unstfine --=

{ i' Home Demonstration Agent differently she had her life Christmas Programs First Baptist: Sunday guests of Mr. and-Mrs.i
t1 & School, 10 Morning Wore -"
; .
And,Activities '
t I .,.... to live over again. The one James Waters.and.SODS. way
<- ship, 11 ajn. Training Union, sf
thing she stressed was that The First Baptist' Church Guests of Rev. and Mrs. L. f
Chees \yafesa ** place"! 1.,teaspoon date filling
6:30 Evening Service
p.m. ',
will have its Christmas ,
try'to to
on a wafer and top with an she.would get know, pro- T. Howe are Mrs. Howe's mother DRINK, j," .. r
A treat from something -
'- special Friday night Dec. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting each
eet.for.lhetholidays.Onehalf other. Crimp edges with_fork. people faster and more 'intimately. gram Mrs. Betty Thrift her
n 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday 7:30:
: Everyone Is welcome i pjn.
pound butter one- Bake as above. .r Personals sister, Mrs. Joe Barber, and MILK Ft
Make date filling by adding .At Christmas time, the an- Miss Sunader Thrift of
half 2 aunt
pound sharp oheese, w The Sunday School and Johnie Devore, who is study-
one-fourth water to one- cient concept. of "love of
teaspoon cup
cups flour one-fourth Choir of Grace Methodist ing at Indiana University', will Macclenny.
salt and red pepper.UJ' half cup chopped dates and 1 Neighbor is really lived and Church will Rev. George Chlsm. pastorof Can Mrs. Jack Eaves, Ph. 9644241for
universally! applied. Our present a pageant spent the Christmas holidays 7
Cook until per-
[ Cream butter- and dates are tender sugar. low heat. sonal lives, our homes, and "Joseph and the Nativity' ," on with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Highland Baptist Church home delivery' by Cwlton's Dairy
cheese;' blend in f1ot1r; add What Is the
salt, add a ,bit of>> red pepper '"Then>>," of Christmas? And why? Be 7:30 p.m. The program is under and Mrs. Floyd Futch, Barley Miss Sina Prescott, -

if you desire it. [2] Shape. Into How can the'" therapy of cause each of us is thinkingof Jhe direction of Mrs Orville Mrs. Mamie Futch, Mrs. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ben '

J roll. Wrap and chill.: 13]See. Christmas be' explained? What others more than of our- a.,2v Bumgarner, and Mrs. Green of Lawtey and Mrs. nett and Joe Sunday after- ..
and bake' at; 350 degrees 7, brings this special glow ofwarmth selves. It'is these outward expressions Fox, with Mrs. Eugene-Pearson Clara Olson of Jacksonvillewere noon. ; :+: ,
as narrator, and Mrs. Mae Mrs. Glenn Williamson and -
10-12 minutes. 14] My, place and Joy into our of affections, in Tampa recently where .\i.K
pecan half in center of'each hearts at this special season warmth and love in meetingthe Wells as pianist The public is they spent two or three days children of Macclenny visited
Mr." and Mrs.
slice before' baking. Uj. May cf-the. year? Medically therapy needs: of others at this F The MYP will have chargeof with relatives and friends. her parents Sunday. ,
i Bennett
.Ji :means to restore the mind special holiday. season that is Watch Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Wise Troy 4fr
a Night Service at
J i and body,to health. mental and spiritual therapyto r 11:15 pjn. on Monday, New were visiting in Opp, Ala. dur- Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss '! --
avery Part of the mental and spiritual each of 'us. Year's Eve. Everyone invitedto ing the weekend. His father, Elizabeth Terry were visiting .ci ,
} therapy of is With the:4 H Clubs W. J. Wise the lat-
Christmas ,Ernest E. Edwards [Airman attend. Your presence will came home with friends In Jacksonville
bound up with all of our,fam. 4-H girls are getting ready
Basic the
' son of Mr. and Mrs. encourage young people.
lIt and cultural traditions-hi for Christmas. Some are making -
Ernest Edwards of Brooker is Members of the Home Dem
i our memories other Christ- ,gifts and others are mak- being reassigned to Amarillo onstration Club of Lawtey en- '
.r masses...gone, byl The;;lighted ing decorations. The gifts are AFB'.in Texas for technical Joyed their Christmas party rr Christmas, ; '

Christmas, tree snowflalesso footles from,wash cloths, and training 'as a US. Air Force with Mrs. Fox last Thursday y't

softly' falling"' Christmas bath salts from epson salts. aircraft maintenance special I morning. :Miss Ross demon- I
of ChriSt-
eve the.chimes Today the girls are learning 1st. strated making Christmas decorations ,, ..

mas hymns :and'carols the I how to j', be better officers. In Airman Edwards completedthe and read two Christ- r .,
hZ excitement and anticipation their clubs. Ths classes are :first phase of his military mas stories by Pearl S. Buck. f +'
DC the; :children- .,. the fam- taught by senior 4-H girls At training at* Lackland AFB, Gifts were exchanged and a

i Y l19{.ogether again baking this meeting,they will choose Texas and :was selected for delicious luncheon was served ;i,: 'Hi { :5

4 Z .cookies'. cooking the Christmas a theme for Rally Day to beheld the, specialized course on the by the hostess.DorkoBales ,

,.' dinner, ,, .the expressionof : the nrst 8&turda1'1n basis of his interests and ap- Mp .

> affection 'in the exchange March. titudes.He' ,Mrs. Martha Bales of Law- .

'of, gifts-' .. .'All of these traditioth is a 1962 graduate of:i -t and. Joseph, Dorko of the
'und memories contri- BETHEL ,BAPTIST CHUECH Bradford'High SchooL I State Farm were married in I

and bute family to our unity..Sense. of security. Sunday\ School 10 a. m.: Pfc.,Kenneth-E..Brewer, son I I the home of the Chaplain, : I I t
.. : Rev. E. F, Saturday c : ; I
nUt. perhaps'',the real ther- Morning Worship 11 a. m. of Mrs. Leona M. Brewer of I
,of Christmas lies 'in the 7:30 p.m.-tteY; R. T. Wil- Route 1, Lawtey is participating night, pec 15.' The double 4
I Evening, 'Worship 7:00 pjn. with other members of the 1 1I ring ceremony was performed yyae I
.application of a'FUNDAMEN- bl' Rev. Mayton in the, presence May ,
Hams Yule
pastor. 51st:Infantry in a week-long > your
TAL truth. It"is" the,'ancient I
: of the bride's immediate Mt
.:_ in :
training .maneuver stocking be fill-
". ,; rt
concept flore thy neighbor.. lof familY'arid few close ;
i Andf0g'cfliaJerome.i : The-ssse.concept. 'hasbean' IAY,1the1Li8atrd&7Y Germany. He is assigned as a friends. Wedding cake and ed with joy love ,
exp"jnimlerez.t; :: -i mss, : \s rDItftiCIIi scout in the Infantry Headquarters !; : ;- and peace To all I r
SeasoA by$reat",I demdown' -' Company in Mann- 'coffee were served. Mr. the of our friends wpsF. .. .
i Mrs:Dorko will reside at : n'
heim. ,,
9 > send our greeting
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i: fcalyWQ_7 'The' Js'iillloiiriches : ':H::., m. ICornmj Worship Brewer entered the Army;in .A fit.4 fora Merry le. xwi We extend greetings

: Johns Ml ipithin the teach''of *11 11 'a. m.,:Located between WlMartey. Sept.1981 and completed baJteJWWw > t _' *. '-
: ,.' :\1.5-, of tbe Season?and !
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YVV. not,reach, out.:for/:them. We' 3 .'Vstar., 'Phone S. C.:He is a 1960 graduate of z=> > sincere,lest wishes
Your, Friendly hesitate' to make new friends. ... Bradford High School- ry c .1.1I
Phillips 66 Dealer We fail"to'take.the time to I
.II ,J express our appreciation fcf".old Zipper Notebook* $%.(1 at Larry"F. Cooper, Specialist4 =t- = -- 1962" '
.. 'Is participating with other > CARPSEMPLOYEES *
a friends'to"meet'the1I tf edi Bradford Comity Telegraph.A I I
. members of the36th Medical ev I f

I I Battalion training In maneuver a weeklongfield in (7Yi Garden RestaurantI and MANAGEMENT

;. Germany, He is assigned as a I
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wheeled vehicle mechanic
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the medical company.

.. The son of Mr. and Mrs a
Holiday! l ITuA/or! : *:frarYss. .'_ ;' .....' Kenneth D. Cooper of Key- ,V } tF I

.' ., Swtau Senife} tia8..,. > stone Heights he is a 1960 +
graduate of Melrose High
School. His wIfe Hilda, is ,
-- with him in Germany. .. .. "
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: Sunday BAPTIST HEIL6RONN'School CHURCH 10 a. m. ; 196i i i $ w JT r.

0 Morning Worship, 11 a. m:
I. Training Union. 7 p. m :

Evening Worship. 8 p. m. Wishing
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays youj
.. ',:30 p. m. Rev. Joe ROOD- 1962.. .
'l happy "-r. .
(jflLsTh1aS } BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH '} "." :/,,)
Gib Brown :";
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Sunday School 10 a. m.; F .; '.
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:J Morning Worship 11 a. m. I ;' :
> Service Station
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
Starke Fla. -
Prayer meeting Wednesday '
7:30: p.m.- Rev. R. T. Wil- '. '
:. >Christmas, time we traditionally turn our : ', ,

; material of life :
from the things
{ thoughts more ,
o 'f'fI' .,' 't ,' 1-" "
: ; andnobl thoughtS' and expressions" :*?:
1 y. '. to the- higher ..

., of Peace on Earth -Good will to our Fellow Man."'

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Let me express, to you my deep appreciation for -

'. ;,.' f'I /Armd .. the privilege of our past and present association., \,;

',. ,. Your friendship and assistance! has contributed
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? much to the joy we share at this Christmas season. ,

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.' Kitten and the children job me in wishing you -'. ". I
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: -rd' '" and your family a,Happy Holiday Season, and. a'

.- '\ \ Successful 1963. ..
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\I: ) t .t Sincerely 1
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'I : ELOtIIJLPII&tIIITCAIT': May all the Joyi t.
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of Christmastime be. CONNERV -.

f ., ...;. Helping Build Florida {> / ; > ; : ii .

yours this 'holiday.Edward's II ; Commissioner_ i r'.t ",' .
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VWVJYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl. ... Mrs. Tim Blackburn of Law- Mrs. Hearvy Lanvox bf_,Jack BOATDRAIN BAPTIST' *'
tey fell Saturday and injured sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. CHURCH -"\);. 1 f v -'\ f\-t-

CLAY HILL her back and was unable to Walter Witney of High School 10 : r
Sunday a.m.
I be up when we heard from Springs Morning Worship, 11 a-m.1\ -

IF 1 .By Mrs. J. L. Strickland1AAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAA her. We wish a speedy recov- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons Training .Union, 6:30 p. m. Let (OiI&ot4h") "

ery for her. As her health does of Heilbronn Springs visited Evening Worship, 7:30 -p. -m.Prayer ..t .
not permit her to attend Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Sun-
The Clay Hill news is silent I Meeting, Wednesday .,

again this week as we have church portation, also, so she she has asked no for trans-the day.Mrs.. Leonard Sapp of Jack- ; 7:30 p. m.LAURA ."'.-...,......

not been anywhere to see any- Highland folks to have servicesat sonville was a Sunday guestof BAPTIST CHURCH .. ( '
: one and none of the Hill '
Mrs: Myrtle '
her house at 2:30 o'clock on Sapp. I Ii
folks have been to see us except Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ben- i
January 6. It is planned to I Sunday school 9:45: am :

Minnie Moore when she fulfill her wish. nett of Jacksonville spent the Morning worship 11 am.i ..i..Santl3 Claus
,I delivered our groceries and it There will be a Watch Night weekend with Mr. and Mrs. r ning r worship* 7'PJXL. '. \ : -' "

seemed she"'had""nO'"treWS-tor service at the Highland church "1nII 15app: ; ,\ i'-';., .
us. We/ACS: sorry;.there is mo .on .Dec.. 31. We understand Everyone .welcome. ...-. ...... -..-

't'H more.cooperation here. .but it there Is,;to be. a ;fish, fry in 9T 9T99T99r9.t.!e:. j"9.9 YTYY 4, ,"11'lnl1nT'ra1 T TT 'Rev, : D.'E. Willis'. Pastor.II : If .. ..,; .

.I i:"Is beyond our_, control sots the. early;part .the-eveningr-- ". "N' _
\ . -please. -.bear,pith; ; ,and services following.the lish ,.ty tl\bl\ttl1 FIRST;PRESBYTERIAN:
HIGHLANDMay fry. All who wish to attendare CHURCH Solve Your Gift ProblemV'

Bell..Norman was abe| .Invited, especially' singers .Br.1\ln. Minnie L.:Redding

)1962 .to 1 be.back in church! with us and musicians. .A 'visitingreaeher 390 N. Church SI ti >! .i a*
I ; !I Sunday. Needless to say all ; 'will;'preach;for us. Phone '382-3232 I IL Walton Grady, "Minister ; ".. .;. .
The Christmas playwill 'M School 945 ,am.: .. "
i were;very pleased to see hqr'able'to'be ; & & &&"-& "---'A.uaMr. Sunday .
I a i batk ..again..Mrs..Lula.Fenflarv1s. \at the Highland church 'next Morning Worship, II .aim.: l.
.. [Granny Sunday evening, beginning about and Mrs. Earl, llosley" Evening""Worship, 7:30: p:m. ?
f'' ( .. : I I Ten] was back with 'iiuxidAy 6:30.o'clock. There will and daughter, Carol Jean, visited Thursday, -Choir! Practice
I ,
'T be no Training Union or Mr. and 'Mrs. Clayton '7:30 ,
Decided she had visited p. In.Have that
service the time Hickey-of Penney 'Rarms last Yon end
preaching as can worry
Hello! A very her'.," brother long enough '4s to be taken by the enter- Saturday. you an old refrigerator,j'
;r'and wanted to .come back to tainment. 'Mr.. and M 's.''Rooert:? 'Rosier i fan or teob. d11Ot1 no longer -' : AND' t\ '

I Merry Yulg jo I i.the home church- as 'Yell as ,Our attendance in Sunday I -and sons of Jacksonville were use. Convert them into'cash ,
i back to her son's home at recent visitors of'Mr.: 'and Mrg. ".
youandyours.Libby's: .' '. 'Law1ey: :, I, ,. .School wet b t.ter.tast and Training Sunday Union than .:Iames'Ro8Ier. 'i .r 't 1- fi..At <: TfIr : !blltwhattoveand-

Sales I We learned Sunday that it had been for several Sun The Ronnie McCleHands Tfflss Debby: Phillips, loaner days. We.had 60 present, and ;Jasper visited the 'Leslie 'MeQlellands :He's/ :
I and Service ,resident-of Highland-andfor-- the Primaries won banner last weekend. -.r.+ i"L I
.1 itubauI
dad SweetheartQua1itift
'. -\ mer member of the Highland again with a grade of 97 per- ;Mr. and ,Mrs. W.H.Morgan i. IV d
werein Tallahassee y1 .. .
church is on the sick liit 'last Sunday '. f '
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I .- cent.We visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill .' qt z'f '-'.}.. / (
!, :_ She now lives in Jacksonville.11hvtth look-for a big "turn. -- -out'1next :I. \ 'f.' ,\ r
Sunday, especially Sun- 1
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day night! visitors of ;the. ArJtHur ;- : //jr L
Reddings were Rev. arid 1 ,

_._ V" _, ,_ Mrs. C. L. Redding. of Raiford,I i
and the J). R. Beddings. 4
tl'oijon large number of our young.1
people attended Youth-:Sing 3L I GIv E

-._ _._._._._._._n_._ at Mt. Zion Church near Ma -1 f /*
clenny Sunday afternoon. At- 1. I

Mrs. Amanda Crosby, Mrs. tendance at church last Sun \
Annie Kelly and Mrs. Sally day was very good. I
p Mw ,,3 I, Crawford visited Mrs. Bessie Christmas Program r
1 I 't x
I Sapp Sunday afternoon. They I The annual Christmas program
i Peace I all went to Gainesville and at Evergreen Baptist -Tqq
I I then returned to have dinner Church will be held Friday; .t 1l 4' N -
earth and
ri/A with Mrs. Sapp. Dec. 21, at 8 p.m. The play s l
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good willto i Mr. and Mrs. Roland Coup- will feature the young people, that will be remembered
I er of Melrose were Sunday the public is cordially invited.1 I Y -I .. '
1I .' $ _
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guests of Mrs. Belle
of McCormick -
; ii1ii' men I ... 1 long long time.
i and Mrs. Ada Kelly. FIRST CHRISTIAN .j & J' I ,
x all faiths. I While here they all went to CHURCH 1, to. j.:
I Doctors Hospital to visit Mrs. l rbonlc YOfJ f tpr i You
I Jay Moody. 537 W. Call St., Starke .JI I A' never have to worry

Mrs. Howard Lang and Bob L. Badwtt, Minister yeyr 'goodand w -tmui ct
s'' daughter Nancy Wed- Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. I '- about
:friendship.r size OftahiAr' pth-
t'e nesday guests of their grandmother Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. ; S v t\ ..,' t .
Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir
,., I Mrs. Nancy Thornton. practice. 6:30: p.ra. CYP 7 p. Starke Recap j l er problems when give
e I The Langs will soon be leaving .- "
m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. ,
for Scotland. "
19 6 J m. Wednesday. Co. : "
6 1\\ Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sweat a" '!
an unusual.andibaI : ,
had as Sunday dinner guestsMr. : 9! rm.
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I and Mrs. Jim Reeves of -4 4l '. .,, .\ ,. ''I \... f ,. "
Georgia and Mrs. "Bradfordand are sincerely grateful to -:- ,.- I tractive decyn f : :; Fqmt
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two sons of Miami. our. friends and neighbors! for. ..l. ,, ,
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Mrs. Marion Sapp of Lake their many kind acts duringour h tf-. ... ,.. .... ; .1 : .J." "I' : "
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Butler was a Sunday guestsof I sad bereavement. Our aj>- t. .>. \.. ,: -' '. 1 ., our extensive :&, ,t.,f(. i L:, I
Mrs Bessie'Sapp. '- preciatioir cannot be expres- 1q ." ,' -' '
Mrs. Treva Lee Newmansand sed by words. The family of :J. J '

Miss Beth Dobbs visited Lonnie William 1 I *
Charley E. Johns Page Sr. I

HAgency their .sisters, Mrs. Howard I ? I SEE booR SPECIAL HOLIDAY SIFT PLAY '
'( Charley, Ted,:Ona and Register, and Mrs. L. J. Mi- IX THE CIRCUIT COURT W __
kell in Lake
II I a Mr. and Mrs- Luther Wade CIRCI.'ITIS. AND FOR

f It i! had as Sunday guests" Mr.; and BRADFORD IX CHAXCERT., COUNTY FLA .. I. ,,.utJ..r. :.. ) .

1 i George vs.Gordon Plaintiff, \\h: ', Seine lines s of f Fancy Packages and Decanters are already, in

Molly Krohn Gordon,

.t (1 'ctric East NOTICE: Molly 66th Defendant.Street OF Krohn PUBLICATIONTO New Gordon York 201 N. tt : sort supply and cannot bal replace! M 4iiiit MT $Special Offering

L Y.YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 4 4 ., .:..".- i'f

2 i % : divorce 21 that,obtained 1946 Decree a a Complaint nullity seeking by you has for to on been'have Declaratory August f -in assorted case quantities.t ->" ,;: : i!

-i' bvorffiiJuu filed against you and 'you are ... ,
required to serve a copy of your 1,36' ...." ."',: p'.r' '
answer or pleading to the Plaintiffs
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Complaint on Plaintiff's .
Attorneys Gertler Frank 420 :
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach JJ, this Yule 1 '
MAKE A WARD+r '. Answer Florida, and file the original. May I, I t \II ; F 1 J' ,
r or pleading in: the office "
GIFTOaiBEnoigllFe sh x of the Clerk of the Circuit Bring to you A .
.. Wishes t i
'IanCHRISTMAS Court on or before the 21st day Long Bridge Everyone Very t

.... .; ,. Complaint of January will 1963 be otherwise taken as confessed said b UnJiful joy.. 'r:1:: .;',
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by you.
DATED at Starke.j Florida, I'
this 17 day of December 1962. Credit Bureau '
Clerk of the Circuit Court Merry : < :

't :i! By :Marian Deputy L. Crosby Clerk, Of Starke r .

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: kw 1 1I I 'oPEN HoAY. THRU TlftiAy8rWAlT01iPim :- : : '

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1 better ELECTRICALLY! I ky a 1r

This year.the NEW LOQIC in gifts:>vLECTRIC! Buying a gift for any. II Ii Ii I i dI nOSID ALL DAY SAY

... one on your list is-no-probl -when you jive better electrtcallY...practical Guess.em :: i _
Electric Gifts are always Popular. i xx
work is eliminated,because : a ti
'"" remd-DeeMr.awrec aim because they'JMkelie: easier..recrea- I '

1 ,rti tIoTmorVftin..aad say again and again that YOU CARE ENOUGH! I .' .
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.See than-today at your favorite store !, >F3ttc a .
Ra&iv,1fi.FiII m'
} > Bed Coverings Food Pans Mixers Ro r II I t ;
> Blender Fry wi3eGrills -w I -\-L Lf
,. Bottle Warmers Half Dryers Shavers i i
Heating Pads a6 I a co
BrweraCaq t
J Ice Cream Freezers Toaster Q
'+ \ .VacuumCleaner+
fit Chafing Dishes Juke Extractors _+, ..
I Knife SharpenerS 4e r
I Tah1e&FloorJand for that very '
Maker Lampl t
..it". Coffee Corn Popper Mass eJVibra a -1.. gift 'p ACKAGI"STORE;

I, Deep Fat Fryers Povlet'IOi c xrrcHE.t i,! : ; .

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.AND EUCTRIC 61V 1N 0. J00'A iiasnd Christatt I 1 ,1962 fi ft ,(\f;, t. *'.
,I .-;* Eas"blipdrtlrom work !I 11 Miles West of Sterfce Routed furore to tefce fftiffer
IIIq\teI!\ JOIft.oIidaJ> I i i FROM ML. TEE FOLKS AT THE' on
FWR1DA ,P.OWEB .t.UMJ .CW.AHYHSIPM9 r ... .It .. F .-.. .

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1 :t. beth T. G. Ritch Hialeah; legations. said Complaint! trill : county judge of Bradford <; un-
; t. Land Sales Carolina ] be taken as confessed''tey 'you. ty. Florida, in the courthouse! at
G. Eulalw
1 Raney t This -natice shall:be published I'Slant*. Florida, within en calendar -
Aniece G. Drttmar Jackson- I. once each week for four conseTUfiVe 1'onl1l5 i from the date of

r Bradford County land sales nlley to E. ;W. Hayes, Starke, weeks-inlthe>Bn.\DFORD. ""tlh! first pahlieartan of this nutict.16ath |
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I claim or demand must
during Jhemoni i,) from November parcel' of, land 2900. I this 10th day: of December i be in writing; : and must' state: :

17-Decemt.tr: H total- Tate Brawn to 'Clarence 1962. the place or residence and post- I
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I ti filed in ,the office of the county parcel of land,. 1700.; By; Marian L. Crosby ,I and claimant must his be agent-,worn, or to his by the at- > !i!'!

9 clerk.' ,Cecil Moore to Robert Deputy Clerk I torney, or it will become void !
'9t !' JargQsti.sale ,f.the month Schreider parcel of land, 12-13 4t 1-3: I atcordirc to Jiw.
1.91I'H s sir' >k I' ,- .' 3000. November 26, 116! :. "
: ;;was.a $ 6,700, transaction, o* : .

tt t $? a 11y ; property rm, Matfcam 'Street: I., E.. Clark,.Lesley, Alabamato I 1\ COUNTY t. JUDCTr. COUKT." I i rh4ouai Levy;: A.J.Canova Alderman I

inj ,, .+u ,infitarke sold:by:E. :W.,Hayes Vola C. Johnson, Starke, 1AD! FOR BRADFORD: George C.- White ,. ,
o'rI to John.A. Tcrode'Starke.. residence.' 11500. I rOrNTY. FLORIDA Co-Bx y ? ,, DDD. Builders Inc. Jack- I In re: Estate of uf Dora Croft Alderman
I Prices jf sales are figured I Dora Craft Alderman. 'deceased.OTICE dtv.
I from riocoroentary tax.'stamps sonville, to Leonard M.- Noege > TO CTIRUITOKS 'I 1 THO5IAS[ .&. PIERCE

affixed 4odeeds.filed in. the Starke, residence in::Saratoga All creditors of, the estate of Attorneys-at-Law
1 Heights in Starke, $11200.; Dora Croft Alderman, deceased 203-205: North Temple Are.
clerk's office-
Only transactions .
n .. '. + I are hereby notified and requiredto Starke, Florida .
of $1,000. or,more are I file any claims or demands : First publication on November
k I listed here. i iI. which they have against J th. U6%. !
f may
1a Ii ... t-9 4t 1220f
i : 1 I I I. NS...Dankel, ''Starke to : :* t ,vTHE said estate in the office of the ll- .

jfl1UITLL 4I i!.Beleo-Enterpnzes'Inc.'Inc., Starke, ,- :RICHT.P0iXfwttf.wy

I .............'_"",, --....-.'..__. _______...._ __ 0' _;|: residence, $16,000. !. ; you' ..-.rUe.,OOB. in; and l
Albert Starke.select I i i has ;:faroriie ESTER- I
I :,, ,Wesley King, I
a II I ti ,to ,N. 5, Dankel! Starke, resi- |I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE I

t I dence, 19000. i I GRAPH. I! ..
i '
".4,. I Lloyd C., King to F. .S I
I- :
y _t y TIy
Thanks friends 1* Campbell., Lawtey, five acres i II I
m 'N o of N8TIGE.'I'8 )BEJl'E,", I
gland, $3,000. .
i Best wishes to I. CirrnJt Court. Bradford I
for loyalsupport W. CO.atT, "' flTldni
your .NoUman, Starkg, toL. IB CkHBN -
: Fr -{,'_ ... I
-Y. : l3JM.I.obert
-in ,all i ,
1 .
/ a 'Clarence Cooper, Starke,
in '62.Starlie you ways : F, Lee, Jr.. i
H tyi parcel of .land: $6,000. i Plaintiff, !.

during ihe year. Aubrey Maura Jr., Mami, i vs.'Pauline. ,
: J Doris Lee.Iefeudant
CariesArjny Guy Andrews and A. J. Thomas j jI '

Peyton Florist l :to James L. Andrews, I =MWirE 'PO -AFPKAR I
: ArmstrongStarke i 3S A .
To: Pauline Doris Lee, whose
Starke, parcel: of land. $ .000.
8 ,*Fla.- / i Starke, Fla.. 1 i James- Drew WiUJston. to Garden residence Avenue and address, Erie, Pennsyl-is: 4060
.. ,. .
** I 'I vania.
'I'Irf ; Arthur Hewett Starke: resi-
i. : You are hereby notified! that
i rR :
I dence in Saratoga Heights in I
: .. '" | I a suit for Divorce has been tllr91 -
"J j i Starke, 8100. I II against \you in the above L 'f rdr
named Court and cause and you I W
I ave required to serve a copy of
t. rt i i I i I your -answer "r pleading to the !
s cfiinplamt on 'the Plaintiff's Attorney -

I were headed by Willie I J. C. app P. O, Box 416, I
Green Cove Springs, Florida and
.JicColium 'Overseer of the I!I file the orifhial in the office of
sg. ,ra .3 d I the Clerk at the Circuit Court
Starke-congregation of Jehovah -I'
I If !'on or before the 14th day of
'8, .Witnesses. January, 1963; otherwise the al1962 ,
.. -
f tt 1"t I
; RJE ParadeIs ?

I I Ii fIi; ; ',: '''7'.t,' < t .' ,'Colorful() I, I y sI

i 1
Holiday EventLast
wYn'a JJj'.fijl"/tl";; 1

\" ;'\ ,,

a 4 ;ft, Friday afternoon a. J ,.
beautiful parade was stagedby
1 d 1r : : the RJE School, in cooper; ) I

,4- i 71 : tii'0"; : ation with the school] ,facult ,,

:t' and other colored citizens. aI r I t.:
"c'i Scenes from the lengthy parade ;
1 t
I 'ol ; .jf; which passed through a .yr My 1r
the Starke business district,

L ] are shown in photographs: A I
4. i xt At top is the new.RJE Band I, .
F c" +< I
BEST .' doing: a precision step in their i ''---.uu II j
x.t : ,
i"i. ''.' white outfits and JII
} providing
: :. j ;;. 1 "
: t' S- 4I _
rM' ,
music for the parade. Also ,- ""
9c >'L i'. I t---1 (. .. .
& .
I ., l : )
\I taking part was the fine Lin
.. :
I e WISHES ". coln High Band from Gaines I f MERRY CHRISTMAS

I Ii ..
ville.Among i ( I
the many beautiful I '
Ii Ii'l to all of friends.
,floats were the 10th Grade our many

Have a float in center] and the .all- } I

t'l( silver 9th Grade float in lower 1962Peace'be j'
merryChristmas. 1.

j I I 1962ComnMty
I i iI

t r IrL.#VV"t .I!>.::a .fen -, ,) with ...
rI We Jake this

t ; i I I I ,I iw; .F : ':; tI ; ;;' I you all during, I 'i .*, : State Bank of f Starke!

I 'i. .,. ,, :' I ( ENTER EST 'O CO this Holy time- opp'ortumfyfo;,

N'i :, r'.t lS. LILLIAN':JACKSON. AlvarezStore CITIZENS OF BRADFORD. .COUNTY thank ;all
I i{ I '" MEMBER. F., D. J. C.

\ MRS. JIVE ,FEAGLEMRS. I, (By Elizabeth GJvens ..,,', ; ,Register Oil Co. North Honda Phone 964-9881 ,
I I 'I_
r CLAW BONDDOBBYxALLEN : .&.tour//.lkAA.AALAA. .. ... ... .. ...AA/11//. ... .....liA1.. ....>.'ai ... a .. &'"1 WITH OUR,
I ,:,. .. \ {; -'f-- --- ----i i iin Starke, Fla. Supply THANK YOU FOR BANKING : BANK
1 7 School News .charge of the 'p> og am. All i
,., I I
': School holidays started members w f .
Alice and Bill I Dec. and, friends are inyited -
; 19 and will continue until the attend.
t .. I !

I ...,. ..' '' 'Grah ita and Kids !>I 2.new The semester begins on Jan. Rev..L.' .A.. .Sampson. I is asking i ;,
i principal and teachers
: '
n :H'.4' ; 1 'I' .\ 'ISH'YOU. j, are ,hoping that all parents all of members'and the Christians Season s GreetingsFROM '

i I I! and children will enjoy the community' to

I 'ONE'AND ALL holidays and return to school please remember,the sick and :
/ <
1/ xe o
Y.4 Rf .' shut-ins this Christmas., To
I, t I with new spirit. We are all '
i very proud of the splendid remember them with' someto-
I iI i ken of expression will,, ,
.. : parade that was staged last cause YOUR CITY
,! Friday through the downtownsection them to improve.more, rapidly.All .

'' and there have been members are asked to

{ I I i many favorable comments on please see the leaders and pay

: the beautiful floats, the new trustee obligations as you I I
I RJE band, and other features. know the chairman, Prof. Ed-

I I i We wish to thank the fine die Thompkins, cannot meet J .
II the obligations without the t $ yb
High School
I band of I
f cooperation of each member. {
Gainesville for
coming over
e I Bethlehem Free Will iiit < :
Baptist '
i 4K to participate in our parade. ',' '
;Mount Moriah The Sunday.School .met at J.

I! 1 : Methodist Church the usual hour with the act- "

i i, A; MERRV CHRISTMAS I The annual Christmas program ing superintendent' in charge. .I J41ttI j

I Il I will be held Sunday at Teachers present: Class No. 1 ,
;:.: I : .H and was taught by Deacon'Prince.No. .
as announced by Superintendent -
ftJ w1 ;I 2 was taught by Mrs. '.'STJ
.. I II ,HAPPY NEW YEAR i Essie Holland. All I :
Gladys ., J
Blye No.3: was taughtby .. .,
.:, ii 1 members and friends are invited Miss Velma .:......70*,.y. + ...:...
Peek M the
it to attend. Church School .
: 11 service with the
am. Sen-
I : .l '.... will be held at 9:30: and all
.. I' ior Choir in devotion
charge the -
!11 .(, y: tai. t ; :i (: : 'H..y.lit: .. '.. regularly members for are intellectual urged to attend Bible was led by Deacon y.W .

1'lJ"h r. Prince. Rev Jeff Lee delivered
.. ) J JI ,
I l." ', t .tnli I .+ I growth. Harry Young lay I the morning'message.
I '' At 4:30:
I t :' .. .t!. Wl..... .1- .": t t I rt Ii leader-reporter. i i .m.: the YPCL was held with
'It Ebenezer Baptist Church
'" .11 .J
: : the ''
.;':)!'i. We.' '.4M.: 'w.cu.'anU.A.A< u I' A combined Christmas program charge.president Mrs. Juanita Hack 14 Carter in 1
t : : ?
> t will be held Dec. 23 at

;r. tend outapjrcaatioa.fiy.the'chance;: i! 1 8 pjn. with Ebenezer Churchas was The 6:30 mistress: p.m. song of 3 ceremonies.service was /

host to Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. led by Choir No. .1.,:An inspi-
I : scmD(|; l i1' ;, Church: All members and rational sermon' was deliveredby

1" ,i I friends are invited to witness Rev Louis
I McKay, pastor.
I I 1 this wonderful program. :_ Schedule for the:seek: Mon

w Mrs. Lucretia Robinson re day night Choir rehearsal.
wfcff\ :, porter. Tuesday night, Junior Club

C.,' .) .. : ; : 1: New Hope Baptist Church meeting: Wednesday' night i ; t. wi& id' 54Jf'

N. -t J ... i iI i i To make the Christmas pro- general Prayer: M e e tin g. *
I '
I '.'*'. .. 'I II f I i gram a memorable event a Thursday night; Mission .Cir-I J f

,, I :"' r-E* i :I play "No Room At the Inn" cle at the home of Mrs. Rosa

} ., I! will be presented Sunday Green. Friday night, Choir '

II I :. ':"'n' J'I. ..,., I h 1 night Dec. 23 at 7 o.clock.l No. 2 anniversary,. all 'members I .;: fk ',?
i. tewt
". i ". :,1 : ,J 'I with Barbara Hankerson as f and friends invited to ', UVv'.
: ,
l'. mistress of ceremonies. Par- come help us make
J .''; '. '. r ; '.. '. ,
;: '," I II .a ents are invited to come wit- ]I grand affair. No service will .
*.'>,' v% .ness this very fine program be held. Saturday. nigat Sunday y .., > I
: 'ihi I I i ; ,' "
1 I
.' -: ; t I and. receive the Christmas service win be'in chargeof : '
S i". V:, .. : ..
e ; :
,7. t : 1 spirit-Mrs. Glennis Solomon the, Junior' ct 1L Mrs. xx I .

,,a 1; .-: ... ?+ t reporter Rosa Green, reporter;; Rev. sa-. t I

I .-t!.',".1 ,, ... # !"" 1 : Greater Allen Chapel A.. Louis McKay pastor.Jehovah's .* '.,. f 1 j ", *.* .. .. _" _...... .. ,
i ( &* ,,'
.. : i friendsjust I .". : EL. & f" : '!"" .
*.*4 -a o 1 Services will start with SUn- Witnesses .' ANBAL F. CHirTY MAYOR; f. ,
; ,
*.!. .. 1 day 'School at 9:45: ajn. with ) The Starke delegation ofJehovah's" ..J -- . ,\. ....r i' 1$ *e t.* } .; :." JIII! -:_. I i ,

a note, to Miss Fannie Bell Frazier in Witnesses. have just :) :_ .J... 1 ". I' P. BOSSER.CHIEF.OFOIJCEvCouholmen. { ". ,
charge. Morning service at 11, returned from a .'threedaycircuit P;< h 'I' 1 H t:: I __, .

? Denmark Furniture Co. ,- ; .. ,
... : .. ".. : ,, 9 ; .
.. .
'j' \ charge.The,annual Christmas vjBe,, where; the(' heard an Ul.. : ;: M? .. r. .: .,;;,. > '..:'1.. ',.
_,, .
w : and Mrs. program will be held at 6 p. outstanding address by W. :._ J. D DOYLE i.r.1'S. EEBEE: .j 1'\u. tOODIAN ,4.:
:: < J J : t7' .
m with Sunday School students eIOII.1.n _official of the I
p : :; ofStarke \ ',A.' 3.Thomas, Sr. in charge of the program Watchtower Bible Society. .- 'J', .OEIB S'

will be held at 6 p-m he tyjJ&fcS who .,;, MERRILL EDWARDS CTTY' CLERK '
. : ., School .! ,
& 4,."" j withSunday students were part_of the.o7 jn,attend-
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PAGE'TEN _. __ BRADFORD mTWTTTEI.EftWAPW: :'!'cTSiIIrF'vrnlma Tmnrcnav.. ,, ni'C., _B. i9lt? e I
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Have you an old refrigerator, THE BIGHT POINT for the' ,- ., 1Formels- ,"- ._ _..
Make AHit With those of the Sheriffs Depart- vehicles of the Sheriff's De.partiuent .
fan or tools which you bo long' nay yon write. ,Come .in and I i Cocoa-Almond Pie LEGAL NOTICE ment and the Mosquito Control
I DiaryBy ; ..; --> ;:. '1 I am not responsible for any Program Additional information may be
er use. Convert them Into cash select JOur favorite ESTEB- debts incurred by Mrs. W. B. BIDS WILE BE RECEIVED obtained on vehicles by callingthe
now. Phone 961-3101 and ask: BROOK Fountain Pelt TELE .t" Dawson or Mrs. Irene C. Daw- FOR: Clerk of Circuit Court
for classified. GRAPH. Sara son-w. 50J100110 Liability. Fire Theft The Board reserves the rightto
B .
McGarvey .D AWSON SR. and Collision (50.00 Ded.) reject any and all bids
1 Keystone Heights. Fla. The vehicles are used in CHARLES A. DARBY Clerk.
up to escape the penetrating 12-20 4t 1-10 Bradford County, and would be (OFFICIAL SEAL)
11 ehJll. --.. classed as used within a 50 mile 12-20 2t 12-27
3 3 :3 ti atr radius, with the exception of the
Sam had drained the tractor FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL -

Katrinka, but even though' BRADFORD CIRCUIT COUXTY IX AND, FLORID FOR- Appliance -- Radio -- Television

; he. had dosed up'Blondie the ,'. IX CHANCERY Xo. 13- ,
with 'he 16:).
car anti-freeze
; covered -
her with .blanket of Federal National
Mortgage Association SERVICE AT ITS BEST
I1 newspapers. He turned A Corporation under
.......1...... __..__ I_..___ "-L onvuwa __ the. Taw nt *ha TTnita4.....
--- ---- -- ---- -- - -
The Big Freeze of '62 is +ac:' wa1C1 ia46TW WCU S r States America,
crept between the,''bed, blan- Plaintiff,
'h ,ven't Each
history now, but we kets and thawed out his fro- vs. Foreclosure Trained Experts In Dept.
gotten thawed out ytt We Dennis M: Szabo and
Ion thermometer zen bones. Rita D. Szabo, his wife.
had 15"at our place S Defendants.
!I about seven .feet a- : NOTICE OF SALE I II FOR QUICK lays
I bove ground], the coldest since .It;was 15 the next morning, ;$',::" I Notice is hereby given that I DEPENDABLESERVICE ,

I when Sam had andwe'escaped without dam- t l .. f,,,., pursuant to a Final Decree of
five years ago 'v. < foreclosure entered in cause I
I to built a fire under Finnegan age,to.our,equipment, althoughall ,..7-t' t." ..... "
of bier: tender ornamentals .lUw.: :x1<< ... -i. Court of Bradford County, Flor-]I
to thaw him out. When it'i ida, I will sell the property sit- I CALL
were.knocked-down., Our water tome for a party at your house, "Cocoa-Almond Party uated in Bradford County Flor-
lines wete all right, mainly Pie" will guarantee its success.. ida, described I I
The record-breaking 12.5 The, as: 964-7511
creamy chocolate filling floats
on a of finely-chopped Lot Four (4), Block Two )
I 1962 recorded at Starke last ThhrsdaY because''we always turn on almonds iathis'elegant chilled dessert. To give it extra flair, (2). KEYSTONE CLUB ES- AppliancesAUTHORIZED
( WI morning was probably the faucets to .a trickle, and -not you might top the; pie with dollops of whipped cream encrusted TATES, UNIT 1, according I Ito
here since Feb. 13, merely a drip. We learned that with crisp toasted, almond halves. plat recorded in Plat'
coldest Whether Book 3, pages 9 and 10, of DEALERS FOR
; halved
trick diced slivered
at the whole
over 'old house, or crunchy the public records of Brad- !
blizzard that
1899 when a where"'we'd' let the water drip j almonds,always provide unique flavor and texture. Use them ford County, Florida. i Zenith
down to this country in poultry .Stuffings, soups, sandwich Maytag Frigidaire -
' swept thinking it'was fillings and sauces for meat, at public sale to the highest ana !
,( sent' the temperature to 10 at enough to pre fish and vegetables. ,- best bidder for cash, at the front
Jacksonville and blanketed vent'freezing. It isn't, though Coeoi-Almond Party Pie Court door House of the in Bradford Starke, Florida County ;" GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
for if
Starke with a, 2-inch snowfall drip occurs Vi cup finely-chopped % cup unsweetened sifted between 11:09: A.M. and 2:00 P.I!
4 A the pressure is high in the almonds v cocoa M.. on the 11th day of January, '
.. .. tank '[say 35-40 lbs.3, when it 1 baked 8-irich pastry shell 1 cup sifted powdered sugar 1963.CHARLES

...,,,. t" .r', ., ..r..;' drops 'near the turnonpointat 1 envelope;plain gelatin 1 pint whipping cream By: A.Marian DARBY L. Crosby, Clerk,
.0...;- .,, ."."'"-\h'; .J. ; ,,'" Temperatures in' the 1894- [ 18.201bs.1 the freeze may 3f cup cold water 1 teaspoon vanilla Deputy Clerk
.,.',.4i....A..,.......-'.w.....": \'' fr. 1 95 freeze were 14 in Siarke on already have occurred. Sprinkle,almonds into bottom of pastry shell. Soften gelatin in 12-20 It
43 Christmas Day and early in .t *. cold water; Dissolve over,hot water. Remove from heat. Combine T9N'
the following February, another A while cocoa,powdered sugar, whipping cream and vanilla. Beat until CALL FOR BIDS e s
wrote that
this Yule 'ago we light and
bring fluffy.
you :. accompaniedby Gradually beat m dissolved gelatin. When mix The Board of County Commis- ,
frigid 'blast old Billy Bowlegs had forecast ture forma stiff peaks, turn into pastry shell. Refrigerate several sioners of Bradford County,
fulfillment of snow brought a low of 13- bitter and hours before'serving. If desired Florida will receive
great joy. a whiter laughed garnish with dollops of whipped. sealed bidsat
Prior to that;in 1886 there wasa at the Seminole's basing his I, cream and toasted almond halves. 10:00: o'clock on the morningof 1962
I Makes (8-inch( ) pie.hurry January 8, 1963 in the courtroom t
freeze. that brought snow as prediction on natural .signs.Right.now in the courthouse, for fleet

Long Bridge Package Store far south :atTampa ahd ice- : we're:not'laughing, ,- for it you.keep, ,a roaring oy!insurance Bradford on all County vehicles, includingCHRISTMAS owned .-
skating!,to':; Orl ndo. The first for apparently before people,' fire-in, the fireplace, a ':, I
recorded freeze-"was in 1835 depended the Weather Bureau '. -
: ; on woodpile goeS down fast.. t
which was, reported.." to havefrozft&ections they had to be their own '. ... t. r

of,the St. Johns weather forecasters, ; and get,, Now that -temperature ::1 r
t.A ,.,. River the signs right, or freeze or has I i : "
,< ;- ,' come up to where it i iq.
f -
,', ", ., '.; i
.. '$..,[, "f< starve to death., longs,.:we -c an :shut! the lid be-I: i <
: :< ')',;: But".it. Just! couldn't have our freezer. For 'a while I''
; x .1'Iry '
', > :" been colder ,anytime than it However, now the weather .I
5j. Y+ x.J':: A the, ,Boldest? time; ve were I
,.1. '",/")
i .'" ;'',r'', 4 when "Sam.' droveo home from sun has ;warmed HPthis hands. ;
'- KJ; D'z work with the,temperature at section and once,more we. are CHEE

x 20..'There, .was:1: practicallY no going out-of-doors with onlya Social; SecurityA .

L 4 traffic, ,the, _entire countryside, light jacket on.,A few more
: days like this and plants will i }
was .caught, in a deepfreezestate representative of the ) 7
and,-even the '..night- fiprout'again and'the country- Gainesville:.Social Security office .? P w r i'v
prowling animalss which;formally side' will be green and flowers >wilifbC,at..the courtroomin' U-A ,

are-- seen;.:were, huddled will be blooming as usuaL sta 'ke'oi Friday, Dec. 28,

from 9:30: ajri-: ,All persons
'j Actually, .the weather may'have
wishing to transact social
security t
ir 19,6 21" helped this section for e'A '' '
itheld back the berries, and business may call at ?' 1f I
while it damaged the 'greens, that time' ,
x .
<,- A..iaiii i iis a.
\ r: l we saw' some patches that will NORTIIS1DE BAPTISTPLANBEVIVAL .y
come back quickly and bring a .
> ,; 1
V the owners a,fine $?.50 to $3a : r ,
dozen, bunches.' Revival services:wi 1.be held 7 'Vie'e
$: : *, "* :. .* at the '.N rthSide' Baptist /

'AY4 : ;,.: I II I One.thing that got hit hard Church;,' ov:'28 'through Dec. : (J"y

v, I i I was our woodpile. Somewhere 2. 'services begin 'at 730:' p.m. 2 + Z k
t' I during'the past ,week a lot of Dinner' : }
be "
'. .. '11 .jUI held. on1 the I' r' 4
-", I II our'wood of',1urned? 'up' in a grounds on 'Sunday Dec. 2.: ,
'f ,
I\4t...'*' .. w.'... ", ;;. 1I .. II May Christmas J962 a
.. ':\ i

'\:49".. ., ,.sJ1i, c, / I I bring to each of -
.t. 'c'.. {:i of':";. I MEzgyr !I

'" . our friends
.fht' many
: .' I : I May the wonderful of
Ave d' .. joy and happiness. .' spirit
Santa Claus and
I giving fill all

MERRY I Ii i H. C. Wall( Agency I of your Holiday with great joy.

I RRIrk1
: :i I 962 i Harold C. Wall, George Roberts, Eula Mae Smith, I

/ LgJI and Elaine Colson STARKE, FLORIDA
I .i<&*
OPEN ALL, DAY SATURDAY i We wish you a

DEC. 22nd : E:r'.ti-sr
gift of{ great }
I Ii It
this Yule. \ I II
DEC. ::24th '& '25th joy I I I
4 'rrrdy'k 'r''Js di

Starke Builders Supply, Inc. Sam RosenbergStarke,- Fla. i i' i I

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i Best wishes to Its''a.''j joy ::to,greet Y'r4

I all for a' most .'old friends. and 'to

I, extend) best wishes.

\ ; Starke.Hardware .. ,S
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nx.r s> I Bradford County I C. i )_e

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FLORIDA fMs'clay 7:"-" "'
::'hank you 'all ';:

: light the way //or ;being one From All of Us the Courthouse All
; iwflt: : at to of you at Y House
contentment. '
iqi1 : _n.. __ __ __ _, of our patrons, ,

One of 31 Banks:of the Florida National Group'I 'Leila's Dress Winkler. ,Electric., ; HARMON, MORGAN GENE LONG THERON.. A. YAWN

& Gift'Shop .. .
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Member Federal' Deposit''Insurance Corp. GEORGE PATTEN

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''YYYYYYYY.YYYYTTt\TT....) ... .T!YTT\JYY ,. \ f h1fi1; tits.3; : Wedres1ay'r"", ''Y TT Y1tT P. Gano in Hawthorne,Friday. the follovingFirst place. YY !. 1 i I tine of tliev new Baptist Church
I Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence >.[ Mrs. C. Maxsbn and Mrs. H. Educational Unit in'Melj -

KE YS TONE HIGHLIGHTS Over Hastings For Geo. OVPhelps. .. .: MELR0 S Crawford"'., will leave December i I. C. Segur, ; second' place. Miss GRANDIN I j[I and rose Sunday: afternoon. -

I In! Starke Gym JF Professor ".: 20" to spend' .the. ,Cbristi4aholiday's t Iva Hillyer' and Mrs. John 1 i Mrs. Callie Rye and Jimmy

4 jn ,Miami.: W4ilethere Strawn: ; third place, Mjss J Sally I .
B7ry JI, Scfcatff r BjfMr: Alice Rothbaaae,, ? By Cbarieyene Brantley I, wentr to Gainesville Friday
The Keystone Heights Indians Prof. George O. Phelps, 60, Wj ' they will visit Mr." and I l Mansfield, and.,. Mz.. W.. J.. I, visited

&&AAAAAAA AAAAALLAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAALAIAAAALAAAAASevenDigit pulled away in the lasthalf of Keystone Heights. an assistant _. A AAA1LAtAAALALAkA&LAAJ. Mrs.- ...-.'Mel'_ .,:Ii Markham....._ _' ,_ : _.I Gfolick; fourth place, Mr"G.Id. : : Y VTTTTV V T Y I I wra night.and Jnhn....... while V'. "there_Herrin2_____ _and.__
-- ---- .......- t"t *. (V* V.. .'; to.notch.: a.458triumph. professpr in the engineering Mr. and .Mrs. Yirgle Ilqwe .Mr.. ana' Mrs.! uoss: aass: : .01Bunnell ,A1.ien :jr. and Mrs. Albert i Well, this last week has I o.u. '!' S n "

Dialing. ,' < mantle decorations. ,0 rtable over Hastings.In ,the Starke ,graphic departjnent,_:at of Tujga,.,Qkla.. are, ,the ;.parrents are the Parents'of a'|''I. Spires. certainly been' a difficult week children. ,'"s ..' '
centerpieces. etc. On yet an- of fl9ridadjd son, .James Lloyd, 'born .Decembfr i| UHS Honor Roll Methodist Church in
Comes to
Keystone ISo gym last Friday. night., the[ r :.(, of It-son, ,Danny. Keith J 1, { I around Grandin. On Thursday ; -
now Keystone :'Haights other table, were samples. of The Indians,. now .32; for ?unJay( I Inh
telephone users must.djar\; se- gift wrapping.. the season, led only ,19-16 atthe Hospital.? Death ,T resutedfrom}} : Joyce Rothhammer. are 'Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bass School making straight A's for<' FREEZE, it was 12 degrees Christmas program Saturday

yen-dIgit number" .That is .Mrs-\ Kehoe: invited several halftime. But Hastings a cerebral hemorrhage.Born .,,The: : maternal grandpar? and, Mr and ;Mrs. :J. V"Slade. the second six weeks' 'period r' here. Almost everyone had night.

!only one digit less .thftn an ladies to be judges,and to decide managed) only two points in I :,March 8", l896jn' ents' arje Mr. and,Mrs. Grant Charley' Sever is ,home'now include the' following 7th some bursted water pipes frozen The Paran Baptist Church

army serial number; but may- which of the gifts, which the third quarter, and Key I Nashua, N. H., Mr. Phelps Rothhammer} and the paternal 1 after a brief' stay in the MedicI grade, David Gaboardi' and water pumps and even I will have their Christmas Pro

be we will become Accustomed. i of the decorations and which : stone coasted in. moved to Gainesville in1937 grandfather .FrankRowe. of Center'. in.Gainesville.. Lloyd.Baldwin; and 9th grade some bursted motors 'in cars.I .I gram Sunday night Dec. 23,
whila.fSomeone of the wrapped packages they and had resided in the Keystone \ Mrs.. Cecil .R. Hook spent Pamela Maston Sara Baldwin
to it after a George Carnes led the winners ,' -' WagonervOkla. '(i .. ,- I surely hope that we don't at 7:30 p.m.
once toW jiz that liked \the best. ,The names of while Jim Heights area !pr. ten Guest..of, Mr. and Mrs. the" week. ,vi5UJng% :her. son-in-< and' Jean Lively. I have any more of 'this kind I.
with 19 points, '
she looked forward to the nevr the creators of the items were led for years., He had been employedby Thomas H. Berry is Mrs. Ber law and daughter, Mr. and Those who made A's and i: of weather or we will all be PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH
had 13. Dick
telephone books because. we written inconspicuously on the McMurtry the University Engineering> ry'.. grandmother, Mjs.: Ludiepevedenjof Mrs','James J. H arne.in Tam ; Vere. : Marlene Odom and I!1 thinking of moving farther GRANDIN, FLA,
such- underside, that there would Hastings Pa. Her 'grand ughter, Ann
always made a clever so 'B Department since Barlow. Ky, Lettie Wise, 7th grade: Gary I! Sou'th!1i

item of it. But that*'could get .be no. partiality shown.A _Keystone also won the He was a vestryman in. tht Mrs,,Eddie\ : Joe, Wainwright i accompanied? her home for: avisit. Buchanan, Robert Mca ife. On December 8 of last week Sunday School',. 10. ..a.. m.
clever, little hand-made team game 25-18 as Steve member Billy Ormsby Diana Minton i I Morning Worship! II1 *, m.
monotonous. Howeter, we do Episcopal Church a is in Washington, D. C.JSh? r. -. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brant- I ;
have a few remarks to:make: poodle, the creation of Wanda Shackleford had 8 points, and of the Lions Club, American .Will meet her husband who is I .' ,Miss ,Kay Lee. of Jackson- and Bill Harris. 8th grade; ley celebrated their 55th wed- Training Union, 6:30: *'p. m.

Pity. the poor.- ,treicher Godwin, was, chosen as the Marshall Pardee hit' for 6. .Pllinn_ and the Forty (and) ..."_cW.1Lw5 I..n iv ..4 JML-. .4 Tht'rfrn.......C" .J.., 'Dtw A Ar*.../ yUle" Beach, spent- .the weekend., Hilda Wise. 9th' grade: Dir ,, tung>= i- anniversary--=---.----. quieuy=- at. Eveninz-.------! Worshio... ---_. TrSO'u.- -- m.
family this past weekend. most attractive gift. Jo Ann This was the last game EihTsocI ty. He was also a I will visit Mr. and Mrs. .Jack with her grandparents, Mr. Alderman: Martha Scott,! home. We wish them many i i Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed-
2 Dasher's house slippers made played by the Indians before Shriner. and a I and Mrs. C. P. Perry. and Webster. 10th' 7:30 .
Switch-over time was .to be Mason and Roundtree in Norfolk, Va.:and Cathy" more and extend< to... them,. our. I, nesday, : p. m.I
aon. Sunday morning, but from wash rags were secondin the Christmas holidays. They Veteran of World War I, serving Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson inWarrtnton Mr. and Mrs,.Arthur Sansonof grad/s/ ; Sue t?t11zdflonna ': congratulations. -- I

schedule their selection. Janie Mc- will resume their schedule on the U.S. East Or.ang .:& J. visited March 11th grade r'andMar- I,
since it wasn't quite oil with Navg. K" .V&. pn-their, :was ; Mrs. Rebecca Brantley of THE RIGHT POINT for the

those poor people were Murtry's plastic-covered coat- Jan. 4 with the girls and boys Surviving are his ,widow, h me. their. Ton- and., 'daughter-in-law. ''garet Slade, Carol Rothham-, Melrose. was home for a few way you write. Come in and

getting calls all 'Saturday hanger$\ were third. A dificult teams meeting Hawthorne in. Mrs., Helen Phelps of, Keystone Tmmy.Bas! is at Lackland Mr.''and Mrs. George R. Wod- meV; and Ellen Scott 12th i'i day t this'week l: wjih. her parents -I I Select I your favorite ESTER-

night! Unfortunately:' their decision needless to say. Re- home games. i ; three ,sons, Donald O. AFB in4'rexasundergqing.bas- ey, and children.l ,.. .grade. Mr and. ,Mrs. Weldon BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE

number is 4734-' [or rather, nee Belote's home decoration and Rpgert W.< Phelps,.Orlan-r !training. ,.... ,. :: 1 Mrs. Bridget Maginn of -.t \ I' Brantley. '. I' GRAPH. .

473-4734, now] Naturally everyone was chosen as first-two' deer will be : do,, and Arthur ,Phelps,..Pitts- .,24;.; I n,4fs., 'q '$P ,:, Washington will spenji Christi TRINITY EPISCOPAL i Mr. and Mrs.,F. H. Herring
All )
wanted t'o tryout the, in a forest of styrofoam and parents their children responsible burg, Pa:; one sister, His lock and Mr: and Mrs. Buns mas with* Gen L.an<}-Mrs. R. P.' cnuaci: .MELROSE :,,was, visiting Mrs. Callie Rye

new system, an4 since all unusual dried and gilded for getting for I Marian B. Phelps, Nashua, N. yon Kelley spent Friday in Hollis. ", b I I and Mrs. Vira Herring on Sun-

Keystone numbers. npw, begin plants. Jane McMurtry's tooth- to the Fire House and ; H., and three grandjjhijdre qaiqT1l1e.! ... Mr. and Mrs. Maxie King 4 ,H.oiy Days 10 a. m,.fJ I day. '

with 473-4 etc.. the' ,Oestreich-- pick Christmas tree was sec- picking them up at the conclusion .:The- Funeral services were .h 1d Sidney G dwin- of' Haw- and son, Buck, Mr. and Mrs.. !Sundays} r- l" |.,Ill: ChurchSchool. I Ml!. Annie Sikes is still in I EEgl

ers didn't get much sleep! We ond choice; Joe Wildt's ar*1 about 9:30 cannQt p.m. 1 be at 10:30: ajn. Wednesday in horiwis buried'in the'Mel- William M LaughUn and 11:.5' a. m. Morning the hospital. We hope she will

guilty of keeping rangement of poinsettias and i Jr. Woman's Club St, Anne's. Episcopal: Church) aftej-. daugh(H, Babs, visited Mr. Prayer and< Sermon First
too. were rose Ceaaeters rjdayu; be home soon. ,
them awake! I holly was thii This too was,. responsible for getting with Rev.. William W. 'Yl and MrS .Tom Odom in i Sunday. Holy Communion]. (9P40 IUCTMC ClASS 10110.
Eugene and Chris-
noon.rf fc-jt.; 1 i' A.: Brantley I.II' I.
a difficult selection. A long home Burialwas' in : Gracevillp, Ga. recently. Young Church-
Since we use the, phone a and stall officiating. Mrs.Irma.Wilkea.and chfld- \ Episcopal
package wrapped in hollypaper AU members of the Club 'Cemetery Joey Wainwright spent the rn. -
Heights -
great deal in gathering. news, to the Keystone ren of New Smyrna.sPent the
with a red bow was first their husbands are urged under direction of Wil is, weekendi ., MrA and Mrs. Communion.
we have memorized 'a good in the choice of the take part in this worth-while 'we$ ct vhh ( W. Beaton SERVICE I I
Now we'L. will judges liams-Thomas Funeral Home : Mr. and Mrs. J. 'V..S1ade, Bunyan! elley. $1e Rev Lee ,

many ..numbers._ .. n __1_ but.,no; name could be found project. nf.... fli.cvi11p.... ,. I .._ _...__ ....___ 1ftJ .... Mr. and, Mrs. Thomas. Pre-' Vicar.. J PHONTC.. HU.2fifla. ;
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nave u start an over again l! Woman's Club Gives ;:i Lk I' uL1uMtbek 3 .t -r" "' :! Ii "M !
onthe package. Patty Shaugh- vost are the parents of a {
but this time it shouldn't be nekeJ'i; package was second Beautiful Christmas Tea visiting&r] br hcr;inland Va Margareibom'in 11 I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
so hard as we will ,have to i : stei.jIr/and Mrs. daW4r: | ; \ajie METHODIST CHURCH
of the Keystone
remember only the last three choice; and it was a toss-up Heights Woman's Club and be dropped into the .qhimn 1.. O between Lorraine Dey's pack- A social hour aod'refresb! pital December 11..The grandparents -
digits; whereas before: there their guests enjoyed a lovely returned Tuesday. \ Starke, Fla.
Dianne Wilkinson followingthe ey. Kenneth W. Griffitk,
age wrapped by ments were enjoyed are Mr. and.Mrs.
were four digits to.r Qlembe jq.qh.and Mrs...A. J.,Shan- '
Christmas tea on December *? < fi iaoa. \ Pastar 'j RENTAL SERVICES
,won third c )Oce. Again, program. San- Thomas Prevost, Sr. or New 11
As we said before, the first hard : 11, at the educational building .Qi Jaj59OTtyfe: spent IA. <' f 8:45 a.m. j Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
a decision. Fire DepartmentGives Y. Orleans,, and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School? 11 Hospital ,
four digits in everyone's num day with.Mr. lJf1s Y... "
Church- ,
.- Judges were Mrs. AmyMcElrath.Mrs. of the Community November e"t James Q. Qaboat /"Mr$, Etta Worship: 11 a. m.. _
ber is the same.However Hostesses for the tea were ra w tt.} .. ,.1, ,. 7 ', '... -
Dottie McMurtry, At meeting of the. is the
a : er, has returnejd Minge paternal great '
In dialing so many Alma MIt4c1J Hanfcj I -- -
committees Mrs.,
Fox and club : 1. "
Mrs. Jean Mrs. Mary cutive Committee of tQ. ey home'after visitwithher grandmother.
digits there is the occupational the Chairmen of the various a .. :'" I, ;
K, : Schaeffer. stone Heights Vojunteer,Pine daoght K.TJijj' Athletic Boost Club h" ir A That's Our Business
son-in-lw and "
hazard of hannailztIn t ,
Mrs. Kehoe served her Frost, 'Membership chairman; Nov. 29 the wiflT'sponsor /,
Department on ; a
closing we would like Mrs. J. A. Williams, Social Mr. and Mrs. F. Johnson'cb1ld1. "If It's Glass <- We Have It"
guests spiced cranberry tea, Secretary was insruct to the football
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to say that there 'was the and in St. Peters ; CALL WRITE VISIT
Activities chairman; Mrs. John gift : n or
and unbaked fruit cake. purchase a for about $J6 fieid.tart1ig".t noon.Pnplicate ''
time we knew every ,numberin chairman FOR Arw'GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
Karges, Program : '
Women Golfers for Elmo Cox, in appreciationof Bridge,
town. (And that wasn't so Complete Tournament Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Finance the excellent course of In- burg.Mrs.. Ovid Gano and-d )ugh- Winners of the Melrose Duplicate .
long ago!] The numbers were. Mable Hus- ;- GLASS CO.
Freda Wyman club,champion chairman; Mrs. struction given during Fife J ter Melissa, visited 'Mrs. ThHeI'gbts Bridge Club include REPAIRS -
Keystone 1; Keystone 2; and bands Health, and Welfare w A1 SIOr.TJ)8
Sue Dwyer champion of College. t .r..J -i; i .,' < ': J7: I ;
Keystone 3!- And( that was the first ,division and Jane Chairman; Mrs. Leo LeBlanc. The regular monthly business v School were, iivitd.Those. Welcome indeed, were the visitors '. (NOT INC.)

less than 20 yeah ago! LaCoste champion of the nine- House chairman; Mrs.. Carl meeting of the Fire; De'pt. .who enjoyed tlje party .,from.other 'churches. ,i All, Work finaranteedX'C. -'.' "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

There are approximately hole group in the ,Keystone .Wistrup, Historian; Mrs. Fran- was held at the Fire StatJpnon included] the hosts and hostesses _.:On Sunday evening, Dec. 16, I I Williams GLASS We De8ign Modern Store Fronts

700 numbers in the Keystone Ladies Golf Association tournament cis Egan. Publicity; Mrs. James I' Dec.' 4, Chief Fox reported Mrs. Cathryne Kehoe, the; Sunday' School Department i'zW.caltst. Just Mail Us A Pattern For

section now! i completed Monday. Cook Legislative chairman; the following calls for Nov.: Mr. and Mrs. Frank. .Jones! ,presented a lovely I j Starke ,FIa.p I Table Tops
Home Economica,Group and Sara McDonald, Garden Miss, Emma Kate Mansfield christas.aeaut under the .:' ..- ", "
.. Mrs. Wyman won the 'cjub.1 11, woods fire; Little .SaaFe ;
Has Open House 1313 N. W. lthl'i. Gainesville! ;Fla. Phone FR2435STO
Division: chairman.Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. Gerald, Ravr- direction Mrs. George; La.- -r----- a' '
championship flight and ;Eileen ; Nov. 13, trash fire, Crys.- : : :
On Monday, De J. 17, Mrs. John Karges. Program Wood Mrs. Rue. The educational Ibuilding,
Mrs. Judy
Lee was runner-up. Sue, tal Lake; Nov. 27, woods fir?, ,zky, '
Cathryne _Kehoe', head of the chairman, introduced the guest Jim Davie Mr. itself, was an -
winner first! Betty Sullivan .. impressive '
Dwyer of the
was caused by airplane crash. Lake
; Home Economics Departmentat artists for the Axel ; .l light I ". ... .'...... ... .
afternoon. Mr. with its. candle
division, with Fran'h Livingston Rosa. Nov. 30, fire drill at and Mrs. Richard Kraus, -sight, ;
KHS and her: girls, held a runner-up. Mrs. Dwyer broke Malmgren, Ralph Copeland school house. and Mrs. Harry Munns, Mr.I and Christmas 'Tree. Special,

sort of open house'hi. he department [ 100 for the first time ,during and Rev., .Kenneth; Griffith : Chief Fox said that Check- and Mrs. L. E. Harris *and' lighting'.fffects .were provided

displaying some of this match. pastor of'the Methodist out nights would be'aiBCThurs-) ;: Mr. ..Miller's fiancee, Miss Dianne for the stage by'Anthony Ba
the things they had<,"one.Jpf Church in.Melrose. Mr. Cope- Pressen. *,. aiftw ker. Mr. Baker also loaned the
from til 9 p.m. Headvised t
one.'table' ,Jane LaCoste won the nine 74 akttkowi
Christmas. On
; were land at the piano and :Mr. Members Saluted Church hIS'electronic organ i
hole event, with LU ,Lee as members who were djue
gifts the girls themselves had .
'I runner-up. Malmgren with his flute played for checkout to do so. The Membership committee', for special background musie.!
made. On another, table were several lovely duets, and The of the ,Keystone .Heights. o- I A vote of thanks goes to Mr$.
of Frank
,Mary Brokas won the Flag .
little Christmas u decorations Rev. Griffith gave. a reading, man's Club under the' l.|,.. I:Gladys l ,Haberstroh and ,Mrs.
Tournament, with Louise Lpg- Logu, fqr personal reasons r-- f t
suitable for the hoi& uch
as "
"The Littlest Angel, much of Mrs. AlmaiFrosi 1 ,Joann for teaching
accepted the Wyman
.. sdon. second ,was by department '
..- Insurance Savings' flan:> A husband .and wife two- to the dejight or tteryone.Rev with regret. and the treasurer, Mrs. Fremont -t and 'directing the music the'

If You Live-Ufa ,A.- Saving Griffith also led in the st 1g- Tones, in.h. of the ,Children sang* to Mfs. Helen -'---
ball tournament will be played Fox stated he would 'call j u'. ,_ _----1LE---IIr-w----F-11fH--
If Too Die-Itt lawiranee! starting at 2:30 p.m. Sun ins of Carols,and gave a short Southern Bell T&T Co. in con- membership. sal $e the new .Waren, Mrs. Helen Wildt I -- -;;-, --- --

resume of the history of each nection with members for 196263.. They. Mrs: Irma Rushton, Mrs. Pansy -
installation of
Junior Club to Sponsor prior to the singing. new jsir.e.n:: A and ,wilt follow are: Mrs. A. A. Brainerd: Mrs. :,Hawes, Mrs. Dot Newman, ) !# *L THE SMITHCORONAtt

Mrs. Hanson, the president through to,a conclusion.A JOhIt.Davie. Sr., Mrs. Earl Mrs.! Marshall Gallop, Mrs.. -
L. R. BR ULT t I Carol Sing This
The Junior v expressed regret that the pub- general discussion; was Haynpr, ,Mrs. .Floyd] KoQns, Bertha Jones! and Mrs.. Faye I
I ; Woman's Club licity chairman. Mrs. Francis held< relatives to the Mr*. Ruth M. LoU: Mrs. Richard Darden, for costuming and directing ',
Keystone Heijhta-Ph 4151 will,sponsor a Christmas Carol ,results of
Egan unable to attend, and to Mrs. Maria j
Jax lliway'21Restaurant Sing was the recent Fire College and Murrhee Mrs. M. A.Bchroeder ; I
on .Sunday evening, Dec. being incapacitated with a Mrs. A Wrinkle, Mrs.'Marjorie Few,
it ,. Ira Stringer ;
23 was ,the Qpinion starting at 6:30 All
p.m. broken ankle, but noted that Irs.. C. A..Titus and Mrs. and Mrs. Helen Warren for
it the [
was best theyhad! ever
ofthe boys and girls will meet
Mrs. George Schaeffer was 'I'had. The Made Bamford. the effective atmosphere. scen-
at the Fire Secretary was advised \
House. and
.. pro- present as Mrs. Egan's guest, .'
to '' Friends of IJbaxr. t1:! .
purchase one. each !
ceed from there. Mrs. Bill copy -
and she would report the The.Friends b( the Library, The Community Chyrchwo-
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each of three books _
tpcomjnended -
Jtfung is I .
hi of this >
charge meeting for the pijess,. recently sponsored by theWoman'sClulj men gathered. at the educat- I
IA WRENCE'So,DJNETT8OPEN project.. After. the singing, the I Instructor. ; COJL The '
meei- Mrs. Hanson also called attentionto Secretary was also instructed ; will be'acttvated ional building "on n"Monday,
SUNDAYSi\ group will again at theFir the, attractive 'tWo- to request that the Fire College into. real service to the Dec. 17, at noon.'for covered

11 A. M. To 5 P. BJ.Hy. \ ,House. for refresh ents. man's Club" bank prepared by place. the department on i Community when 'Mrs. John dish luncheon. The hall and

21Keyst9l"Beig'hts: Parents. of children* aged six Pat Bradley with Santa 'perched their mailing list for a film Bird, .. Chairman. [and ,former. : ,.th .tables. were beautifully I
"years* er 'fonder are \urged to the I : ,
atop chimney. Donations decorated, carrying out the
to be shown on the firstTuesday Librarian of the Woman.'s)r
_.-!:.. ,'!:";_ :accompany them to the Sing. to the building fund may Club] Christmas motif. Had tJe
----- -- of each month. The appoints four additional -- TUI? DO A "rnn" fPT ThT't7 'T'r'f' r.n A vtv t
Secretary will write to the members, and they:;become. or 'Spirit of.Christmas not reached I11E.d- -DnA.UrUI\.U" u\Jn'-. I r..LJ.J1'Arn1

I KEYIONEI$ JlaGHT$ : MELROSE .reserve Fire College a date and ask for that them they in ganized.Mflrose HD Club I would everione certainly in attendance have reached it .

April:or May, 1964. and to reserve The Melrose Home Demonstration them through Mrs. A. C-Eolfo SEE
and Edward
the.. same date for them, Club, Christmas Pa?.1 devotions; 4. i'

.'in...the. ., following.years. ty will be heldwThursdayI>e.c,1 l'Firth's story of Mary's journey ,,, FOLTLMw
IDSIJiESS.DIRECTORYFLOKIST 27, at Club' to Bethlehem. 'AD joined
I The Secretary was also Instructed the Duse. 'nal -
3 theme of In 'the singing of Carols andJfce TtffW
Christmas will
t. .- to write Philipith prevail -
I roric true spirit of Christ-
.. > : 41 Principal of the Keystone as members' ; answer -

..)... \\ MILLWORK- James H.. j i. : Heights School, adyisittg'him n with "Aa Idea lor Chrt$>- jnas. I
&t. Anne'3 News
as to the outcome of mas Entertaining..n, Dugthe .

Edna Wii"s Keystone Realtor the flr i inspection, and commending : refreshment, .. hourv there. _As has been the custojn doing /-

...,...;.. Millwork Completely Furnished$ .i: him for the manner, Will be, an exchange'o; tgifte. the past years,'there iHll !
4g. '
FLOR1STNlRSZTPLO SKo'pCABINETS room; spacious: home '2 : I la'which the firqdrill had been ;Anyqne wishing a good'afteV- i.fee a Christmas foe.. Service"at. -
DOOKS years Med 'Jl:30 on Monday., Dee. f
ChristmaS'recipe. p.m.
handled ,
i old, on large landscaped lot, ; also to extend continued i i- _
Fw AH OecsaL WINDOW FRAM.E4cREEN8 with dock, $16,000.LITTLE cooperation of the Fire Turkey," may call' Mrs. Fran- 24. This will consist of carols .

tlro&l PIionE' 4" ,- SANTAjEEMrs. -, Department M_?u?h,drills ces ,Egan' publicity chairman. and a Festal,'Christmas. Euch- _

Trim MiterUlj T. R. :Martin Associati Dick, ..s nThomas ,and who has'a :goon, .arist Servi .. .
Sash Made To Order Bill Turner were admitted to Community Church :Oa,Christmas Day morning, : \ )
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Keystone Heights TeL 42S5 membership and the secre- The Community Church has Praye; Service will be'at'145 'A UUI' _
I P. O. Borl63 Phone 4108 tary was instructed to make been happfly] actiw in Chrtet-.-ajn. arid the Holy Eucharist '-,
Insurance : ,-,L. -
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NURSERY ,Heights, Fla. proper notification. mas worship and fellowship at 10 am. : :. to and try ,m Holiday J! gov

Agen St. Anne's' Christmas Pa tywilhJe i. ,i Hi*
k < i ;.Thf meeting was adjournedat recency.Oa I
S. E.
c t, ; McKay, Realtor 9:30 : at 7: 0'pjn.:9R'Frida1. '
General In ufa&oe 151 1ee s'Nursery p.m.N Wednesday erenu.Dec. and easy typlng'anflijianeed :
Fire Casualty.Bond:' '" .. lakeFront i Arrival 12, over 200, members iec.:_ 23, this ,party being fthe' ..gJqua1Kf t
Citrus trees $2.50 to $-1.9.5. ; Property.. Home. Miss : and entire Mission. It will te '
Allied Iiy M t' f to\ Little Valerie Iargarjt friends enjoyed a covered
keystoneProblems Heigs731 ....ia(trait Canned or Bare- :!&na Acreage Prevost arrived on ,December dish dinner; after which hey for 'ptt and' young., and it. is design can, be yonrs't i i"f

., root. Keystone Ceights-fh. M71 11, 1962, at the. Bradford: :,were, delightfully. eitertained hoped'that as many as pos-
AL1 J for f 1.00 t.. $1.00 ea. .-' Continued on Next Page) ...' I7 !'Irn
; County if (
.Hospital. She the
with Insurance\ ? Winifred tt. 'by .jth Youth. ellCTwsh$ oj- ,, iMr'
Too I :;
Call the Man from"Travels" Hiway aj IDJlcrtst third daughter of her parente, gsn1atn which presented; : 1

3L Milt3 East ofKeystone tt.CRAWFORP Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Prevostof a Christmas mal play '"fhe FOR SALE ,.1 :tf" 5 ..=: top"bcam II

He pta Keystone Heights. Mother Oweer : .. ,
King's Christmas By "
: Plan Real Estate roke Tree' tiJIId pintjbiioun.it4
Mantly Availab Payment I- ... Lake Prope/tlef Acreage and daughter are at home;and The fcaaief$wsiJn pr..and Pmefaorst Subdivision T Iff PLUS TAX tot*W.n=imchtMl I

]REAL ESTATE Ranches.. : 'Aa ineas *.City doing jfine. .. .Mrs.. Holt -were honored; for Cenmie, 'Home:: \.3
Geo. E. LueKeystone Dthez'.r-, their 54ih wedding | ersary -
i Homes SentaljWe Mrooms& Florida Room, IRADFbfiD
C. J. Pete O'Connor.REAL'1xn ''" For Sdi ol Faculty and Mrs./Rita Band was .;- .
d tgts Take A Personal IntaretfKeyston Carport .& Utility J oom.
.On Saturday f veping, .Mr. hpnjoiyd jepi ,,a. fiif f Agt. ForInsurance TR.vn..rU d' a Y.OU\t and Mrs..: Buddy; Mayo, Mr. faithful,, .servicf- u1rr secretarywhile F. .Hr-Ai ABprpv&, ,

'$ ALESTATJK: 1 Idw3y'b.- ;. ,' ,_ *>.fl4 r--r' aa4 Mrs,,PljJ fc Knuth,'. eadJonh she was th.thg'cfaBrclLOn $ i \fD:iafeht. 'C8UR11' TELEGRAPH

Home-O\Tneea lifter entertained witha Sonday nwrrang, Dec.' 717: W. CyMSte t J Ji

Automobile Fire IORTGAGES APPRAISALS Biway 21-Opa Soadaya dinner party at the Mayo 16, the Choir presented its Phone 964-3544

Tel l 4692. Day 4325, Nite 1 Ceyitone HeigAtt. Phon 4M7 GR 3-Mj home on Breezy Point. All of Christmas Cantata. "The A- Starke

,....,: :-,..- :.. .-.... the faculty cf the Kcysten doration" by George Kevin. .

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I : L 'sr vj j i; J I of sible a gift will exchange be present.each Instead partygoer ;,

STON H fdH', i : is asked to bring a

; \ LJ I I: donation fund. for. the building. '

I : St. William's. Church
"\ I There will be Midnight
+. G sa o I Mass at St. William's Church 'a"
t fir.r
loo .
-,' I k I \ ... '- : in Keystone Heights on
We' the ankoessio'1I4JIe the I I Christmas Eve.
} of friendy WVt
Business \
N : i Confessions will be heard
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f '\ : from 11 p.m. till 11:30: p.m. ,

.> I/e t, Prettiest, and Fast Growing Town in iJWs t Area: I t on Christmas Eve. At 11:30: p. ?.
r m., a Sacred Concert will be
.. .' +k yF, af 'J
4 t0' t1a presented by members of St. mI

Take _Pleasure in .Exp'e 5"g 'Our' Appreciationf Cr; -' ,':. I I Nativitate William's Choir.Domini A[Christmas Missa De ,

PE" tARtH,* ; : y ou; S f leJldid: P ir .nag e b u1ir1; the 1 Past Vi Y 'i1t:, o ur:. j I midnight.Carol Mass] will be' sung at

CE ON : ". Soloists will be Mrs. Mar
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0> ; x ., wish is that this cordial relationship :will be garet Pater, Mrs. Jean Fox MilEAY
f ,'.. .. Y sincere Mrs Irene Brault. Leo Le-

,I ., to t Blanc and Mrs. Elva Scott.
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1963 and for A Christmas Party was held
'"' continued throughout many yeqrs to I. Monday afternoon of this

f t.v t ocome 1 this week, for the Catechism
: Children in Grades 16Hosf; -
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: .', .. I I Mrs. Ellen Morgan. Mrs. Jean
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,'" "" .'t. Fpx, Mrs. Irene Brault, and
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o' '.. : : ,. JWishes J/' .",. .., ...:. Mrs. Mary Schaeffer.

.:.. -. ':-;:" ., ." : :. ....-: ..' / : '. ,". Wednesday Friday, and ... .
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Saturday of this week are

.'. ..' .0 '::;:' ''''.-H' ':: J;..,,: '" '-' :' ": Ember Days.Religious; .
Y instructions
,. -.' will
I t o :r .. r. ., '. -- ., ,. ", -. : ': begjn on an. 7 for all child-
.'J3' ren in the various groups. v
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t- are reminded that Masson
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11* GOOD WILL to MttJ; *;, v 1 will Christmas, be: held in Morning Starke at Mass$t.

.-. for a 0 f 30' Edward's at 8 ajn. There will

p .V : be no Christmas Morningat

: V... : V C,," V V ;:... V V Happy N ew Year fB Personals jSt. William's.

.>! ttWe a y rat a 4y l from r- '-, Mrs. Kathryne Kehoe will

.sincerelyho biy. services will (; J IIt tf tf'l 'r' I spend the holidays with
'. :.. 0 friends and relatives in More-
please you fy the future sfe hope o' .;; 4, i .. head City and Wilmington,
they:: have in' the past., .l\J4ythe coining N. C.Mr..

year be filled with SUccess, good,, ..-.' and Mrs. Joe Tomes
luck, and happiness. .. from Clara City Minnesota,
will spend the Christmas holiday V
.. CLAY ELECTRIC season with Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest and
Tomes daughtersin
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# Lake Geneva.

+ KEYSTONE STATE BANK j COOPERATIVE ) be George leaving and this Mary weekend LaRue will for

Y S N EWATERWORKS Baltimore Md., where they
'- \v:' '1. i .' -..<_ \>, .. x I '1 will spend the Holidays with
INC. Mary's mother, Mrs. Ernest
t.J- j I ;".; 2 Ahlers. ..
.. 1 While the LaRues are vacationing -
'. \ "0 in Baltimore, Mr. wand
Mrs. Roy Ryder will be
.J ''': ,: :. : living in their home on Key.
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"c-.f i stone Lake. The Ryders,

.. ....... 'CANDY friend of the LaRue's are win- .
( ter guests at the Holiday
'- ,,
.jin11 'TQ AU GULF SERVICE :" <. Beach Cottages. ,,
o. J I Mary An Schaeffer left
11 e t'L .j WISHES Tuesday on the Silver Meteorfor
. xmC
/' Washington C.,to spend ,
f:4 L AND :YOURS 1 5 .Christmas with her aunt Mrs.

t'r' F 1.T Rita Walker of Silver Spring,
; ; ig

I Md.Mr.. and Mrs. Oscar Edel-
) r '. .
4.i $ ..' -.. .- .: stein of New Haven Conn. are '
t .
; ... : ::1 vacationing in Florida, divid-
:-. I in gthelr time between Key- V
stone Heights and Gaines-

,. ville. They have been enjoying -
"r.. .
.. golfing at the Keystone
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% f'i:: Heights Country Club.
1 ..... ., i y+ ati
\. 4"'.. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beasley"
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: "... ., / ..,...... I I and daughter Marian and
: : :;' :' .. Mrs. Beasley's niece Carol
:;:. .: (I.- Browning of Waldo spent
,f ..' '.: Friday night with Mrs. Beasley's -
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sister Mrs. Earl Shaw in
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Wildwood. The next
to. .
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.: they drove to St. Petersburg
: on -
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., where they visited Mrs.
... '; .', ..._ A"D. ,A .BA'P!II ,'" _.1.._;_::0.IA& Beasley's brother, T. W.. Whaley -
k j ALL OUR :}'.IUENDS.'' !lK" ,KEYSTONE 0I and family, and her sister '
C J Pete Q CONOR .. .
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I .. ':, : HEIGHTS AND: SURROUNDING AREA. : -. i 0) and family Mr. and Mrs. Russell
.\.; ., I ft .1 We take this means 4>f exprjesr Appreciation: for .. Deegan.
: ., [ y.N'l/a.I/'WS/ / r- st, ;!"% andT.future. a
Real Estate Appraisal Service Lh t: ; :: ; BFlOTE'S DK G 'sTollli COMMUNITY CHURCH

Ce pa. Ga $ pplmn l e Co. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.
C. J. "Pete" O'Connor Sylvia O.Connor .''SI'H ". ;' .,.. .\ ; ,. : Qtr
'- Keykone SAF Gas Co, A. C. Holt, Minister. "

Chuck Newman .:0't./. V : ':., W. 'B.. (BILL- ) 'BElOTE_ ._ . ,,n t iT. OF. jPBOPAIffiKEYSTONE : .' Mrs. George A. C lMva. organist

.. 0 -. . ,... and director. John Hudson
.. XSunday DirectoF.
;' ', ; 1 q :: H o. .. School, 9:30: ( aJn.
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').- -\.1; ..' .r Jtf: o ..-.:.... ;:- 1! Morning Worship if a. m.
h. Youth Groups, 7 p.m.JTBST .

!MURRHEEYLKER'S: ,, '.. ; KEtpflE
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GIrl'SHOP T'., .J" '.tl" .< -r-rt- ; '
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Wally and Millie '+! ., :.' :- : T .T'n '.: : Shop '; / J.; E'." Smith, pastor Ralph
Muhlhofer > .. '\ 'i .. "SYi
: .i \rnf ; d) ;. ,Copeland.. Minister of Musio
',- Richard Murrheel: 'TAKES 'PLEASURE' i : on\N\W.ar41\ ( 1! 'aDd church organist.

fi : '. ;:' S If T Frank- w.:Jones Services: Sunday School
; ExtENrl : .
; :< IN .' LNG: ::, .. Allen Miller I ,,9i3: .a,,m. Morning Worship
1' .Goofr: : C. V. Ashley 10:50 1; m. Training! Union,
4t : VERY maiFOR -/ '
-:<< <" I 7"6o p. m. Evening seryiceaOI
1 '
1 >. : are invite to
YO&f $: j 51. You
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4. t' -.. :, J .share faaUly Prayer time *Ita
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: : : ",0 ( ; k3A11. I 1 'I Daily offices, 8:30 tjn. to

1 \ I 5 p.m.. Holy Euchariat. Wednesdays

t > s ',. :-. 10 am. Holy Eucharist
ALL .1o 0.
_, .. a, rlOJD aupi, us wall 01 loaT on 1st and .3rd .Sundays
) f .i each month. Morning Prayer
l k4t 4U It may h'aHip be
Tours. and 4th Sundays. LitanySen1ce
.- .... l. en any 5th Sunday.

t t .. .. sTOME, \' : '.0 I Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p.
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By G. 'T.lfa ins. I'I. K. EYS ,,.. |f OPEN DEC. 24th tit 6
Well, this has been a good'
week for our people-weather r. CLOSED DEC. 25th.. '
wise. Sure a contrast!.to :a t' f
week ago and down to 10 degrees -

Haven't seen a' sprigof oX \ _ _
this week,but C
green grass ; .
that season of the year is here j :;,' 1 r 1 y 4 .... i f r f d
and we were pretty well prepared : : .
for feeding' lIvestock.Our 50 Free */ Green Stamps
biggest loss' was the.approximately 16 LBS.< 3 Ic 10.16 3 'w- :? .. .. WJTH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFF '
125 acre*'of those ',. i ', ': r e ANY Two RUDY To SERVE
good' turnips, mustard: arid Up, .: >: .. LBS. +a6. PalmettoSWIFTS Farms Salads
collards that I Was bhfeging '
about during the past few
weeks. Young greenr just eozh-: di
ing up were killed. Tops were ,
severely' browned 'and 'most I i ... ...
roots frozen on turnips ready
for market. The stalk'section HlM, "A"' QUICK ROIEM.IOAJI'* PREMIUM BONELESS SKINLESS x ,r: J; .
of collards was frozen;even : S-- '' "' 1 "
when the leaves appeared'noi Chickens 1 u 39, \ianne. H am 4 LB. CAN $299 \ ,. : .
hurt. Young greens' 4 to' I.;inches : : ,
high have the best th thc 6kADEtt i A" QUICK rROZlN SWIFT PREMIUM LGE. COPE ND SLICED .- 5-oz. '; '(; ESHWE
of growing out of the damaged t f
.condition. It is too'late :tb .

replant come in March since when harvest strawberry would- .Baking Hens. uGJIADE 39; Baked Ham ,. G.49; GIVE PORK

harvest should begin to get ".A" QUICK FROZEN BONELESS SUNNYLAND FRESH, .. HOTOR'MILD.PORK, : i\\

underway.Faithful and good strawberries -, Turkey Roll 98, Sausage : LB. 39
will sure tak'some'rough .u .; .. .' GREEN ,:a \
treatment. Since I have beep i STAMPS
here I have seen strawberryplants : GkADf! '"A" QUICK FIt )ZEN CHICKEN i.LESS. SALT BETTER TASTING -&
take more drought,'more o $
rain, and now more coli":than GIzzards LB. 9; Baton.LB.. 39
any other crop we grow. Twoor @ @ @ @ .

was times completely'and still killed'a good'"of}!crop four I : $ 39t Ground Beef :5 f9 b \
plants'was: harvested.had; growth".Strawberry':flowed Cranberryl CUP LB. PKG.R :

down some but they affe'al- PALMETTO. FARMS ... F!> .CELERY STUFFING SUPERB RAND '
ready.beginning to :step but \ .

again.This'past. Thursday'iweek.' imento C 'eese 1; 591 Cottage (heesel* .CUp 29i I.< -:

ago X went out to see'frit ho" : .. .-:: :.
strawberry plants did Took .,A t l'. : &
10:30: in the inorning'ttleground ;; pz- --;-_ ..-- ."- -' -. .. .,..... :; l- to under plastic indicated ....:..: r. /!;" 'Price Qooii thru Monday December.24th. ..c"': amaeaawmlewrwc.-earl L t.-_. ''| }:Quantity Rights Reserved ':" .-. J" .:. e.. .. .
j.:"..,'-....'.'iI...>.". ..'''''. .. ". ... i1! ---'" :,:, : t -. w'
no' feeling of freezing;:lira :" :>I"t' : > _., .y.-. :: : --
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Wilson :had .a' few adjoining !. ..... v. .. :-.Irt..- "::--.-.:: -
beds which he did 'not: get At>; "
plastic on and the 'center: pi I MINOT CRANBERRY+ SAVE 1f EA.. 1 iko'Ri FROZEN MINCE MEAT ORS .
the bed was frozen one .'aod .
one half inches vdeep.; "'LiSt '-" c:.... 25f Pie 3For-I At
luce All :Oil Pumpkm\\
3'ear, dui;ng pretty cold:wpa- ; SOC Purpose Vegetable Shortening '

ther we around found that,/the' soil AH SPRAY CRAK8ERRY Sow SI ,Etch MORTON FROZEN Chic., Beef, Turkey, Ham
would be eight degrees .

warmer during. the 85 under and soil 90 plastic under degree;plastic:Then weather ..1- Sauce l 00 Cant 391. WeS1': : .. : '. A 5 tor Dinners 2 For 79--

would be cooler.This .. :SUNSHINE. WHOLE SPICSD ,.SAVE 6ii EA, DIXIANA Turnip Collard, or Mustord34a4Iai1.
!is our third :year'using (

black berries.plastic This to is-mulch just ,/two raw-or ; P aches 1. > Greens 2 IO"LPk9L291. .

three'' of the advantages., Oj ,
course the climaxing advantages '- ASTOt FRUIT. : \ i-P. :.24:0Z 1,1 3LB. SUPERBRAND Choc., Vanilla Strawberry
: are Increased yields, of o B01TLI ti CAN
good, quality '.berries., ( oe k t'81 I 5' 303 C- $1 -- '' I Ice Cream Half Gal. 5Jx
In 1959; we had 'six small ..
demonstrations' using 'pla,tid CANNON SPEARS SASVE\ ,Hi* {%. THRIFTY MAID .
on'strawberries, They did veil 1 *f& rVxxl Okdao i Limit one with food order. .

curiosity.and and so created different It was a mighty such'thai a grower Change.lot of? -.Asparagus4ti faa ''I't ] I Ice Milk I I Half Gar. 47J.. : S

were' slow to change, and':for LtSUEUR ''EARLY SAVE:41: Uat. BERRY HILL FROZEN .

the right about 1960 and 50 acres.created crop we They even''had did:'more icily;all .June Peas 4:303': Cant $1. Kleenex Table _, Blue or White Detergent S'berries 510-0LPkg:5t.

curiosity. About 40 per.cejfxt '
or maybe a little better of the' 'THRIFTY MAJO LGS OR 3 SV. ALASKA
1961 crop"was put on plastic. "apkins Arrow YELLOW SOLID '
were Well,preaching by,this time plastic lot of.mUlch-people St. Peas 6 1. S '

ing. Many of our better-iMw- MAID WHOLE >
ers; say. they wouldcoine THRIFTY IBNIL. 0 LEO
to grow strawberries ,U _
they' could not' gtf plastic.; A .(orn... 2 ----- 25,: 5o.eT. J GIANT A
good 90 per cent of our crop .
now 'is on'' plastic. STOKELY SAVE 6'JI U pKG. J BOX .
Acreage has increased some '
Then whenwe realize that 20 Tom. Juice--c..231. (
to 22,000 plants per;acre' are .
set ,on plastic where, .'only THRIFTY t MAID WHOLE G& CUT SWEET Save 6* at tius S fc*.pric* LlmS one with food or er. F LB
15000; plants were:set.per:acre
when straw was used; 'we'get
another good 25. per/cent: -.In Potatoes ....17i..i: ,
crease. .
Limit 2 With $2.50 Food Order ..
One other big:change!that \ I ...
is' a little different Is", -:.no .\ \ I I" ... _
strawberries ,for'Christ w! I' <
Started .1'r. ... r
Four years ago. setting I 1. '. Li
in late August and the I. 1.
bulk of setting was done by ;
September 1&' Somebody always 1- .. .. 1 -,.
brought !in some by ,.., .. BSINO'It fDr K CIl'SP'
Christmas. t v-
Well ned: week oat PI'N tAEPA\. s. Pascal.i

around thoughts observing will be all Chriitmas.centered .1 GO\.D ..YQ aJ H-OI E.. .

If I may.leave a little challenge -
may it.be that;we,;'not I ':rI -out' I 4 MAXWELL ASTOR ', M CelerY
get'so involved in all:the gala h
activities that we forget why' r L .
Christmas is possible.
How true the :statementmade .
by Red Skelton the oth- i '
er night: Anothef.use for.mis- r Bo Can ; Lge31U6 elk
letoe is to hang it over your S
savings account and kiss it .
goodbye. 'Lurxt. 1 of'OUr.choice+ with $5.00 order or more. ; yta+ Stove S
c order or-more .. lbs.
Uroit' ,
THE RIGHT POINT,for the WO'r '
way you write. Come m and .
select Jour favorite ESTER-.- .n ,1.,.:
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