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 9, 1965
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>.
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Meeting SetOn I Budgets Being Presented i iV

CourthouseSite ocational.Technical Center

l Lawtey candidate (from .left)I Mr*. Ethel Red-

41...... Charles R. Shuford.' Spurfeun! Massey. 1\\,. M.' .Jordan SelectionAll -"

and Billy Anders.2New.

persons! wishing to pro- Assured Casey SaysFor

Councilman paM or discus* a possible site
for the new Bradford County ., ..
courthouse will be given an
opportunity to "speak their Giant strides tov"ard an area vocational-technical of a 57.000 square' foot facility. units: $211.800 In new equip*\

piece" at a meeting In the training center for Bradford' and Union Counties! to 2. A construction budget totaling merit: $1', OO for director and

Elected At Law tcy' courtroom Tuesday. Dec. 14, be locateI in Starke were taken here this week, and (740.000. aaalstant director; and 116.200

at a p. m. school officials: are in Tallahassee today to present- 3. An operational budget of for non-professional employ'
The decision to hold a public: "80.000 covering: the nratel1r'a tea (secretaries. Janitor
construction and
operational budgets totaling 1.220
The oldest and youngest members of the Lawtey meeting on the matter was uuu. operation of the center.' maids etc.1Archltec'

I II City Council, representing an age differential of 5O made meeting by the board Tuesday.at Its Commission regular / Santa Scheduled To Arrive I School Superintendent Tom At a special. meeting Wednesday be The asked construction Include (300.000 runda instate to Monday that Morgan all, requests'waa woul told:

years were elected in Tuesday's municipal voting. Chairman George Casey told the School Board night the board approved funds and (340.000 In be evaluated by the State Department .

Both will be new faces around the Lawtey Council Roberts Mid. "The board ..U1 Tuesday that the county had action authorizing Federal funds for which and grants awardedb7

table.In be glad to hear everyone on The annual Christmas parade isle Sue Parksdale's:! marching been designated as a site for Casey to submit the following matching money (either stateor January. 1. He also. learned

a nip and tuck race peon (Spudl Massey. likewise this question. We are open to heralding Santa's arrivalIn baton class. BUS Band. Cub the center! and was now Inline Items to the State Board of local) mutt be put up. that five requests are now under -
youthful George William I Billy unopposed received! 147 votes suggestions but the board Itself town "will assemble late this Scout Pack 70. City of Starke to apply for constructionand Education In Tullaliasuce today The operational budget, totaling consideration Including

1 Anders. who Just turned. in Group S. .will make the final afternoon (Thursday! at the fire engine, Fun Spot Roller operating funds under : almost half a million Bradford's.
21. nosed out Earlle PadgettM Voter turnout west a !heavy selection.1* old Starke Dry Cleaners & Skating Club. Olrl Scout Float, the Vocational Education Act I.. Preliminary plans, drawnby dollar*. Includes (175.800 for Approximate completiondate
to. 93 for a one-year unexpired 75 per cent .. 244 of the total Roberts made this explanation Laundry building on EL Call Hospital Auxiliary ant: Candy of 1983 and the Higher Education architect Don Morgan of salaries for the proposed 38 01 the center here as act
term. Anders is empoy-I 331 registered rtiited U>. to. four persona who appeared Street! and Is scheduled! to get Striper float. Florida Bank at FnollHIfi llorwl Issus'Little range Park, for construction I forth In Casey'a plans, U December -

ed as a railroad clerk pol''". at the Tuesday meeting under way by 6:la. Starke. Holiday Inn. Lions I SI. IMA. This !projection
School Officials r
win.The with the Intention of offering Parade route will be west on Club. Brownies float., City of : la based on the anticipated
oldest councllmsn-to- si!tea to the board. They were Call Street through the business Starke police car American January. 1 grant allowing one

be. Paul L. Dlnklna Sr, 71. JudgementsGiven Lee Green A. J. Thomas, 8r, section turning south on lepton color guard, Junior ''I r year to build the center. .
received 129 votes to unseat E. W Hayes, and William H. Broadway and dispersing Woman'g Club. Sheriff's De Courthouse I SpaceIs : The site of the new facility
incumbent ItUo Smith fur a I Summers owner of the New the Wlnn-Dlxle parking. lot. partment. Radio Station i iI will be determined by the
two-year term In Oroup 1.Dinklns In Suit ForRightOfWay Ennlander :Motel. Entries listed' through this WPXE. Bradford: county Fair I State: Board probably in Jan

Is a retired: State Prison The board also heard a re- morning are: Chamber of AMIU Florida National Ouard err Casey said.
em O'ee. quest by Mrs. Donald Blade Commerce float (Strawberry. Explorer Troop Boy Scouts, Still UnsettledThe 1 The center will be designedfor
Marshall M. M. Jordan wa that the Carl Johns Road' Queen and her court!: Beta Santa Claus float and Highway UM primarily by three

an easy winner by a three-to- be put back on the secondary!' .I Sigma Phi float; RJE!: High Patrol. groups. Casey added: Junior d
one margin over his perennial priority list. Chairman Roberta School Band: Florida Forest The Chamber of Commerceand and senior high school students
challenger former marshal the Bear: Itrudfonl School Hoard Rot its toe buds: high school drupuuu:
Two local reride-nt were explained that the old list had Service with Smoky Retail Merchants Association County ; :
Mitchell. Brown. The vote was given Judgements. ) totaling been unrealistic In that it Starke Woman's Club. Williams are sponsoring, the par- In the door of the proposed new courthouse Tuesday rs and adult. education claseee.Totes..
Jordan 174. Brown 5$. I16.QOO In a condemnation: suit listed more roads than there Jewelry. Little Women's ade and will provide' candy for when" the .County Commlaalon told School Superintendent In other actions at its
In uncontested. races: Club.The Funsters Band. Bob- the children. t day meeting the board;
heard Tuesday before Circuit was money to build In the for- Tom Casey to restudy hU space requirement

Lone-time Mayor I since. Judge J. C. Adklns Jr. seeable future. He said that and anlimlt u tirmvtaiil fillfnrlli. .._it.* rnnd.l.rallnn-__.._ ._.___ r -VOted .again to. continue!
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1W2J Charles R. Shuford recorded A. O. Frame was awarded after the Lincoln City and the Between Clerk CouncilPaycheck The School; Board 'met with the present, Dan on studentsocial

1(9 votes despite an 1804 for one parcel Of land Santa Fe Lake road are built, the Commission for a "show- I : activities In schools: of
and would not be available .
apparent write-In effort 'by pees the county, despite resolution
and 1400 for a seoontd. Both others will be added to. the down session"' following word '
aa a School Board faclllt'! Council of
the Student
supporters of former from
pieces are located on the Morgan Bet in line of their importance from Commission ChairmanOeorge ,
Bryant Re dl8h. ny.M"en Issue The CuinmUuilons' offer b l Blta and RJB: requesting! that
Road. --
to the entire coxyity, Root ets to 6upt. Casey --
let the School Board remain
the ban be lifted.
write-in rotes were cast
Frame' neighbor's J. UJentry Ip other action the commission that the School: Board was not
for Reddish. for undisturbed in the present I U,. r'ordjrce Voted I to Implement, Uamediately -
was awarded 1400 : bring included In planning with
courthouse woe declined one of five leouinmendatione -
City Clerk Ethel Reddish
his property on the Morgan Received bids from five for the courthouse!
new thanks. CalMlY and his boardmembers Bradford
who has held her post since, of the
Road. companies a new grader. Causes Friction At Tuesday's get-to-iiethrr Junior College
1853. was "high man" on the declared. It unfair to! Education AasocUtUm: which
The suit filed by the
was The companies art their bids School Board member Rodney
construct modern facilities for "
,ticket: with a total ef 187. 'wquld allow two Vnwrgeneydays"
tate of Florida, and]! Bradford
; were Ring-Powell.. 'JacksonTllJe. 1111 ald all the hoard knew Head Speaks
all other county governments'
Robert, Scott Lawtey's first or religious holiday
Negro councilman was unopposed County &to determine the value (31.23a. Including ™ A routine council meeting Hurst then called: for actionon about not being Included in offices and l leave the schools j I charged out as sick leave
of the property anvot red In the State Tractor Equipment COJacksonville. tha courthouse wwas what it At
and received 138 votes exploded :Tuesday night when McRae'g motion and Mrs "obsolete' Quarter. Rotary for Bradford teachers at the
Morgan Road right >of way, submitted two( had "read In the paws," He requested ,
In Group 3. Incumbent Spur- Councilman Jimmy McIUe Ruby Johns gave the second CommlMlon Chairman Roberts discretion of the principal
Another action Martha J 'I bids both including &trade, of moved to stop city employeesfrom But Clerk Edwards Interrupted \ clarification of "just admitted that\ lie did not Officials and civic leaden oAtachua wills teachers not losing puy
Whltley vs. Stanley S. NOItII 1. tll.123. and 117.125: Florida picking up pay checks at to request an opinion from where we stand know what the eventual disposition and Bradford Count for being/ absent from cl_..
D. B. A. Noegel'l Auto/ Sales Equipment Co. Jacksonville, cu hall because loiter George Pierce Robcitssnkl he had notified of the court. .
11 Guns Stolen they City Attorney I pretrnl turned out Wednesday to hear The other four recommendations
ass settled oui of court. (...n. Including .trade Richardson Casey of the Communion's des
too long. who Mid he would hueI.<> house would be. Dr. Joseph W, Fordyce why< were taken under ads"lam-
From Starke, Tractor Co.. Jack. City Clerk Merrill Edwards consult the charter: to be cer i ctnlon ant. thought that was Casey. said that he, personally has been named president oltlie ment.
Builders' Pecan Volume .onvi le. 11.730.. includini objected heatedly to McRse's. tain. I sufficient. had no objection to Io proponed new Alachua .Approved secretarial help
Supply trade; Adam Construction: motion that department' heeJs !They're trying to keep city Commissioner Jerome John eating; school administrative& Bradford County Junior Col for the Brooker School for
FJeven pistols and high And Price Show Equipment: Co, Orlando sub- pick up the checks and deliver employees from having any said his impression based on offices In a separate building, legs 3V* days a week.
powered rifle. several boxer Drop From '64 mitt*'! two bids of 131.389 and them to employees on the Job. association with this office:' pievlous statements' by school but maintained the Commle- llrnl on this occasion wa Postponed appointment of a

of ammunition, an .-..rtmentof 11100. both Including trade The councilman claimed that Edward said adding. "It's officials, was that the School lon should contribute a substantial the Htarke Rotary Club ant replacement for deceased bus
kmlve, and a canteen were. Volume and price) both de- The commission told the some employees hung around: one more attempt by certain Board preferred setting. up share of the cost of the luncheon meeting wee bile! driver Russell Horn/toy( / pending .
among the items stolen. from Ilned at the flirt after- representlves of the varlout City hall more th.n.n hour people to. eliminate this of headquarters (for all school building such quarters.It In Fellowship Hall of the First' Investigation to see If this
auction bidding companies that th' time .." county-level personnel In the, pointed out that consolidatedwith
Stark. Builders, % Supplies or Thanksgiving; pecan each pay day wasting : was Methodist Cliurch.: route cook be
Washington Street early Wed. n the Starke market last bids would' be carefully con while they were supported to Hurst again called for actionon old U3O building rather than construction cots of a proposed Dr. Fotdyce described the others.

needay mom InC. Dec 1. The rhutsday. Only 7.765 pound stdered and that each com- be on the Job. the motion but Edward the new courthouse.! J separate building fur the growing junior college. Irene "Appointed member B.: A
only other Kern reported mleing )f nuts were sold, and the pany would be notified of th The motion.. tabled pending i stuck to his guns, saying the Casey said he thought! there School Hoard would be approximately as a movement to bring hlgh Sapp to represent W e board
was some km** change average price was 1J.17 cents commission's decision.! an official opinion council had no power to tell had been a lack of rapport I' (13 per square education to the prole, makIng st monthly meetings of the
kept In a ran in the etore. Leading varieties broughtthe I The board also: -111 mall the checks. As city the city treasurer how to de- between. the two boards and foot, while. cost of providingthe It readily available to all Bradford County Children's
The thltive were Interested following avers,".: Curtis. Approved an amendment treasurer I have no right to slmlnate city funds. that each did not. thoroughly same amount space In the He. said that some degree o' Committee. '
primarily In plstoU and high 1430;; Success. II 5$; Stuart to the general budget for s give them to anyone but the "He Is supposed to pay out understand the position of the new courthouse would be about vocational, and technical train. Oranted permUalon for
powered rifle, as the _ore'. 23 I'; Moneymaker 11-60; federal great. of (2 4S to the person they belong to." Ed- the money." Pierce salj other, Me said the (USO was $120 per square toot Casey estimated Ing would undoubtedly be of- Bits and rUE school bonds to
stock of ehotgvn waa left in- (Continued' On Page Slxl I Con' tinned On Pass 81 si ward. said Chairman Cart Continued( On Pave 8el) I now 1.ln.ANt,\ 'for other pur- "- It would cost around,. fared If found necessary tnv participate In a ChrUtma

tact. Only ammunition win 150000 to provide the proJected .t the need of the cltlserv' parade. and for the Htarke
taken that could be Bred hi 31104,, square. feet of office of the area. Jaycees to transport u/uWr-" '
the. pistols and rule, an employee .I To Combat Rising Costs space for school sdmlnlstratlon << The new school for which r privileged children Chriatmas -

of the store _lei. In a separate" building site will soon be .selected wll party bl school b_. .
Coot of an equal amount o' be ready to accept students Ir

Position In space! In the new courthouse. ,..* fall of 1MB, Dr Fordyciaakl Outgoing Mail
Mayor Suggests Pay Study City I would txeeed $75000. It was

.. said Following his ep-vrh" her'Ir Mutt Be In
XMAS Casey said' It would be highly Fordyce was. presented, wll' By 5:40: DallyStarke
A position classif katlon: and there are 13 employees and got to cut costs." Chltty' stst- I desirable to house. all countylevel box of Bradford Count]

Buns. PEC. 9 pay' survey' of the) city: of the city pays 17 per cent of ed. school administratorsunder shelled pecans by Count Postmaster T. C.
Starke has been suggested by Its' gross Income to do the "The main thing to put your one roof "W. lone a Aient Connie llugglns. who Ifasnn. Jr. has announced thatIn

6:15: .P.M. Mayor" Randal Clam as a same job."Aua&er1ty. finger on la the Increasing cost t I f trrmrrvloun! lot of time running ap' .lo Urd for not having an: order to facilitate the n..'.
means of cutting ruing costs ls the word. of labor to do the same Job. back and forth from the fresh strawbrrrl/ d''_ to th W'ekomingRasta iteming ra.tn.aJu.1I. ,, and outlining ..* Somewhere.! somehow we've t he aIeL : j courthouse to the Uao." he "cnt frost" all mart must. be deposited |In

Claus a chain command for --- --- said If this were dlln... 111 The luncheon meeting waattend street letter boxes by 5 poa.

more efficient operation. For Second Time would Involve( space for I *! by more than nun and In the post office by' 1:40:
-We need to get, organised 19 1 or 39 persons at the present (Continued On Page BUI' p m. dally
on a sound beats' so everybody llmo, Casey decUred I "This la our last dlxpatch ef

will know .where ne stands.- School Board Votes Against ( Robert r. IlOHt. "We have the day and malls! not depoa-
told the council b for four 3 ArrestedFor
BUS PTA the mayor city en supplying spar lied by tills Urn may have to

Tuesday nigh Chairman BHS Social Activities poisons In your prmnt rourt- be held. until the following
and Resuming house office" and Theft
Carl Hurst agree appointed now you say day." If sawn said
ChriatmuProgTam a committee of UM yes nerd room for 19 or may "Proper separation of your
mayor. Mrs. Ruby .Johns and Ry O.-rrl Wwrty with Jimmy Douglas formed a )1)00 20 In the new courthouse At Leila's/ mall Into local or out of town
Councilman Jimmy McRae. to sad Gal. Cr.skklte. committee' of two representative t don't know If the 3100 'feet groups will be a big asset to
find the coat of hiring an out. from each. c1a8a.. a set up In the orhrlnal r<*.iuet. \ the office in handling.. "
Bill post
Th. Student Obuncfl of Hlsrke police ChUf.!
aide firm to make such a sur t< A..D MEET1NO Bradford tltgli. School nTttMriay. >.< 'toOl.*r s..M Wednesday" hfct department Haaen
Dtarke Recraatlon Department. I
the !
r.-, and learstmsatten.1 r A'mt.If. P Morgan I eoOe number will als sp'\*<<1
f>- 7.Jtnuny hs under
Dee. 14 At present there are no administrative e. Members of title Connell would bot enough for' that." mall Ita w.S'-
Tuesday en R
Douctae ststw that i three Involved In Ui* your
guide to outlinea will be: Andy Mayton. Paul nohrt ad'lod, he did not prsrm
of the moIuUone dtatnbuted. Morning theft of goods
7:30 P.\1. chain of command within MrLeod. Jayne: Hardy Wayne ''hlnk .II flnanrUlly 'feasible to early TWO APrOI4r/D':
to the chits els ssre, and students LrlU Dress Shop on
the city government,, no classification McLeod. John Bradley and To.t.'e that much spare for from TO r\n.K COC'IC11.Appointment :- .
133 were tUfted 'In and Cat) Street They were
CAFETERIA willwork east
) of Joos wills corresponding Kathy Whltrhead. They school adminlstraMon In the
laea Uiaa 100 parent approval taken nf'> custody bY city of. ,
to eetaMish of two newmembers
pay scale and no together -- :.fw courthouse.
Kate: for salary increases based were turned In. Th* e were I some social fomeOon duringthe .. I c.t-.z. : .>- jit .._..."-"" ...-,, harks Junior Irish School flrers. early Wednesday afternoon I of the Gobi 1 Itaul
on merit the mayor said. He prMMnted. to tIN School Boardaad Christmastiolttsye.. I -" .: Prlnrlpal Jim Temple sail ", Branch State V+i'* M'tm
organisationeauee the lift on erttool arUvM- After much dicuton. Dale that the Two of three person being 'Council announced this
said the<< lack of Isxpayere would hereto wag
recurring problems lea bIo4... agaJa voted, Brown moved that thy order Women' Scores Success I pay for the school administrative hW' have elves' statements. ad. week by State Park DtreotorBill .

n.. Spar Contributes! .mon' tun city's M employ-I acat12.. the yellow cold fKiVnt Council offices, no matter" mitlna their part In the theft Muter The new membersare

.... especially tmueeinlng payratcea. John Odom soil that Mere pi... Jayne> Hardy yours I where loraUrl. and the /Important the chief f saidIbiwer Mrs. Jack W Dunla,ef
PaMktz we aarvady. have danree and Asserts reuseS awl .r... wen.fc,.'_l ttnr*, awl .barttog "- also said that moat
Weekly to I Uercd to take orders for time. thine; would be to determine Orange Park, and Mrs frank
He also pointed out that theeama w. have. a prom planned to be There win be a motorcade II.rsAa onatrlhvtoil .U HN .*rrr *t
Conuiwilty Enllu ky srvlees the ctty ha' poiMored by our parents that to UM State OumpfaruMp+ *IJIU w_" !by UM .Jualar _4 "need' r IMMM .h IK. Hills had most erorvwnlratlvRAtarts I theft whlrh ocrurred about The council make "omrnrridatlons -

been supplytng sine 1M1 are we should forget say further came in OaiiMwrWe tMe Frt-I .dltrtam., aw* Tlnirwlay awl lUlnrday- "", I. rtrt".... anf isM the. firm agent 1 Tao a m Monday. has ben to 'he '<'see, Park

The Community now coating more while there< attempt* to lift the School. day n gbt. sponsored by thi _..." *f the ............ fm.tt r frwn t.fl'f.( and home demonstration agent II recovered Board' on the use anon' dnvrlepw'

has be.tno ppreetabt Boardbaa. Dale on social mad acttvK-rhUugg Student Council and *aoort4'by ..... ...." MarmM (lltnr. ky N*WWMM ), .J. Hylvla< IU.>, 011...... might aim be mrludedfmm The chief sail he WM withholding menl of park amt hlstOilomemorlala.
tea Brown
r.owthIn 1M1. be< aald. th ttte Bradford and Alaenwa .4 huff,, live the planned. eo jrthous*. the names of the person as writ ass. the "V.storatlorS .-
State Bank .Uon Into a wioUop sad M,. Marrk (Uahrrt 'trail), a Mrg (IMrlmw In e1..tndy. until his department
54 employees and peVprr Coaaty Sheriffs Departments.The duke could be honed al and eonnervatloiS of
had they
city ,
wIth the p.w
"-'--. IBM Ur-' *. wa pr.s.std a gift ey r has computed Its
n il 19 to 4.Ca In
29 cent of Its gnes IncomeIn pssn motorcade rm form i I state park properties.SurcfUI y
I I wages and salaries. Mow Rayan, together (Coatinned. on Page roar) I after the ftaal ,.rf raisnre. (Continual On Page Six I I Investigation.


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Mrs. W. P. Glenn underwent XOTICB OP ITKNTIO':: TO celpt of proof or'publican in, ,It
Russell Hornsby !: this notice the fictitious/ ,,,
II :N.1xE; nil
I 11"1'1'1'10' e
surgery last week In BaptistMcinorlHl ( AT NURSING HOME; I IU l I.'r.:1t: of Rainbow Farms, Ht. I u I. x
t i Hospital Funeral Services Congressman Billy Matthewswill NutlcH ,lii. n..r."Yl"lv.l ..n that 180-A. Starke, Florida '
9t .iMr.: and Mrs L.. O. Jluzcn: the undemlirned, under the< pro Fred M. Smith, lit. 1 Box," j i.u.
visit the patients In the
New Held SundayRussell vt.lon.. of Chapter 20QS3, LawS A, *>t.rke. Florl .
visited Mrs. Barber In
George .
Starke Nursing Home andtheir fit florua Arts ,1' I Ie4I t : willr"II'I..r thin 7th. day'of Ltrv ..
Gainesville 'on '''Sun Ilea at ntnrkc, lira,.
Edwin Hornsby, 65. families afternoon I 1
Sunday Br u- .
ET. D.'Tftnly was-toi St. Vin- Circuit C-.url. InnJ lord County. (FI4raa.iStf; [
GLADYS MOOTY cent'a Hospital from Wednesday < Pastor i p + a school bus driver for the from 1 to 1:30: o'clock. I rr. < Cwunty. Florida, upon .re- :! 4tchg U/ao ''I
Bradford County school system (
to Saturday 'for surgery -.I._ ... v.Chrislmas .. '
1'honr 961( -0651() Col. and Mrs Lloyd II. Lewis I r for the past 18 years, died K

___ Thursday afternoon, Dec. 2,
m of Wilmington\ Dela. were '
At I In a starke hospital() after a .
weekend guests of Cot and
Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. ;Mr. and 'Mrs. B. C. HOltzen.1 'Mrs. T. T. Long.T. II s brief illness. .t
A. R. Norman and Mrs. H. C. dorf Sr. were In Oalne Madison I Mi Horhsby was torn In
II. Slade was In ,
Ritch will attend the Regional Sunday visiting :Mrs.\ Charles I Wis. from Monday to Wednes- Pane Bradford County on D c. 15. BULLinGTOn'S' :,
Library Board meeting in McDougnll In the Gainesville' day Attending, the LJqulfleJ I 1899, and was the son: of the f

Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. Medical/ Center. Petroleum Gas meeting. ''ate James and Florence i
and Mrs. Volney Wall of Mrs. A. L.. Llndgren and ,. Strickland Honuby. He Win a ,
bibles. BillTbld, etc. Nann Level j .
Mlddlefleld, Ohio were last Friday :(Mrs. Larry Little of Miami .. member, of the BoaUraln:
In gold and stamjx-d. Bnilunglog's I
overnight' guests of MI'!!. W'I't''lItit Ing :Mr.: and Mrs Baptist Church '
12 2 4t 12 23 J t
T;:: D. DywJ: and' (Mrs. :Marie :M. B. Jordan/ from, Tuesdayto awi.ulng; Is hl.! wife, Lucille! .
Mrs. J F.. D. qTcmly and Mrs.Randal I f for Everyone
McDavid and Children of Gain.etvllle Thursday Chlttyvont\ were Friday supper Mrs. Inez Hamilton! ( : ta In, the \ f :tnpahter\ Mrs. Mil lam L J' .d -4" '
but!, Oa.: Thursday .t() o1l'ltMl'S. '
II'I'e'f1J1.' Gainesville lellt'nl, l Center'; for Bunnan Starke: a son: Edwin > _
brother, ; W. It. ,
'Mrs. Mamus! Brown and observation/ and treatment :Walters Tenly-a i ii::tJ.'i/IIIt/ ; .... r:": :.. 00 'K. ,"I: ." t Horn bY of sacramr'nto.Calif. I ;7
who la in critical '
children of :Macclenny were Mrs. J. B. Bakken and Mr.. 'Kov. .'U. JURev.'Donald \ .; three brothers, Markle o < ". \
condition!( after being!:: hit By.car II. Ilwetvpyu : : .
visiting: Mrs. M? F. Brown on i J. C. Garner were in Jaclcaonville J. and Elmer Horn'/oy bath: o. ( e ,
two w."rk"of\< .o..frs. ChWty
Tiu .day. lust Thursday vtelUng! wli-! retUttCuruay; *hio airs, \ : L. Ramsey! ; ?who that was pastor Xf) t re 'taelI Jacksonville; and Wllbul'ftormby
\ }
'Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson, :Mrs.. Fred Tice. : u ,.Here Toni ) Starke; two sisters.
Tenl / 'w.ul' rcntaiu ( tyw' i comes ); ft ;;-Wpr> I Vic, -K
Mils Olivia Goodman Miss Donald Jackson underwent Martha Sterner and Mrs. Harry ,Kurgery'-Jtondny: In the aafcies-, wiKalia.''\'Me.4nJ r-trsp tie.-,:i i i:i 1'ills! r1 ;Jt...'\el '" U.-ipflst! C> < \ ; / .
Loper drove to Fort Ben- vine Medical Center. pleaehlrtg'liie ct untlutJi''eun'Darculbcr4. ( tfpni'lhe' ''Ftitile apUa"scm1 ',,rings ; and three ;nand- I K
ihiyl ,as! ':' 4tfeh.gue< < ? : ,.ts ,1.0.1.' B ,, 'II i ae .! 4th \ P : .. {II' .-.. I I
ningr, Ga. on Sunday to visit Mr. and Mr8.V.. Jt. Wlm- /: ( ; I). : ittV.Y.\ ((1tAt1lhton..TcxatHe } .: : Chlldren. I!I '- "
< vtn '/ 'YyE' Wry ail
cruise ,
Hal Lawson. Harry Loper berly of Barton pent'tlt*, > _* 6'e/4 r tpOit .e't:fo\1f+\ t'.IL;'I*_t .md.1. ',f\ft: {t 1 r. U hi')jey was: formerlyihp ai\d !hi nYf :. r tdrle4'TiAtr'ltt4.ch11iar Funeral services were h<'l.X '. I' \ / !

and Wayre Harper.Mr. I weekend with ,:Mr*. A. F SauW;. ,4dift.$?--fr41t.tLRlt:: ltq air. 6 rtq.-tf t
'and: Mrs. R. D. Murray I who is convalescing! at honfe Arid :Mra. ..m.u"IU/! ;:}: ; Ft 1" t ,'., noiyrfjr.Hnte:: avtijt' ''fcjSWiiin \ :V&t : 'shd'Jctry'da. .k, 3'pin'ihe'viMtng Memorial Chapel with Htv.Laey'Conway ,. .
of Jacksonville! were wCclceidKTuests after ,being> ; In tho.hospital fast t t Port''Worth'evil' fHoiV) awl Hey Hoist r I I} IILlP2
I :Te-l-: ,iC4hMTl r ehitered t tiieInke I
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'of Mr. and Mrt4. THe week 1 Bergstrom ofnclat1 ''J. Inl! T-
Alvarez. Harvey dw\r/la J:: / <>l Your ChristmasPhoto': nbaerl'atlgh)1tl.r: ,.\f\(\tnYt;A.'trtlutdtepf Hospital\ !.>IW.'on e.....,.,..,,'.y...." ...'."., .t: ment was In the family plot In ; CameraDEPARTMENT Gift' ;,

Jacksonville was visiting them graphic Headquarters, Movji' t;.1. ''I'i .. t" Mrs. Tram Bennltt'geve.: a Hope Cemetery near There s.i Dept
: Jewelery
Mrt.1 M
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ney nae.wh.o '
Monday:( '
: DEPAn'fl\IE[ 1r 1
on Saturday. Camera, Projectors, .'Po ro1l1.) lrove: > : : nlrth'day pa Y,'for.j"T daughter ; with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral l t\\ [
hm. PV1' ht p al.
Dr. and 'Mrs C. J. Houpt etc : 'L. : .y ; n
!Screens, Tape Recorders, 1 hid rnnchwUh.,','DI". el".I', ; e A.W T'Ef Nancy Sunday; ,nXternoon.her' Home In charge i iMOVIE: FEATURE. LOCK HALLMARK: 1
and Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Strick- RuUlnnton's. 12:2: U' lf2:1: ; : 1' .Ife1plng : Celebrate''were: Active pallbearers were Joe I
land Jr. and family attended: Mrs J. C. Fogg earl, :Bfil'Mrf..ii'l' 'McF: h4'ilyr.I\ '4 1vh1eljiiLplte : t .pis1.Enza, : :i n'unrbiird. t Sapdrir- Faulk, Eugene Oritfia. Albert POLAROID WEDDINC) ; RINGS Greeting Cards ., tPRO.IIXTOUS

,_a family reunion at the homo rhlldren Susan and Mike,, isn'; .City tJnd':' .fM.'J.t ;,vyIorrJri' t,; t,. teY,' t,tarkb.. Martha '*M: Marie Orlffls. James Peterson. Ira China-Fenton ',
-of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Doui era Diane Atkinson attended th< ; \; and Johrt 4nillh.. ahd'An- }} DIAMONDS
j Wilson and E. Z. Lre.JOHNSTOWN
nrtW rtbe' : .hri7t.at .ti/aaalaaaa ai1A1a11aaaatU17 CIaRS .
itylinGlltn"ftifa: ; Art \)
in Avon Park Sunday Clark Five Bhoiv 0/t -thn u'itt,0 AIU) children had I :
ly Dave /; ., { : t I 1)h") Pi laced-, -.I'eurhninner 1I 1\
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Attending the Jimmy. Burns Coliseum Saturday night." '* i triVn J.'I. JY"f'I'Elti'' .'enj lwlulday. 4 4", : SCOUTS ) a 'I'tlllt: tfn1e ''phS'InJt; The! I BAPTIST (\ TATI: loacl"! )\ '
Christmas arrangement show Recent visitors of \Ptfr'an: % > .i :. t' $;! Cfi u 31 ,+; i '. J',1'1}ie Cut,:--SpotI.4, wet! _rut,.ynh: + ,J'flthdAy!'t: C11i 0 t.t'rC\\.nod' I tl1 I TO HOLD SING I d ruxommust': ; : St't"l. Appliances'I'
"ing .an open house In Jacknoniville Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Mrl Myir' (p"ulti tri$; ; :; lied )set wipk w thflve. inernijefs \. tb-se'dantley< wa.ervcJ /withcuter ;J The Baker County;) Siny; will} I ts. W'hilllni:' R Small : l
tende& .conference ofth I PIIO.OUAIMISACCESSOHICS) ;
on Sunday afternoon! and Mrs E. L: Johns'and' We'!; ;j. D 1;vld '''tturilce7v; ChiucU! refreshments: "Paront ''Ibe, held at( the Johnstowr\ U1ai4ilrlitele 'I'f
? were: Mrs. 1<:. G. Duncan, Ml 4 children of Apollo Beach, 1>;. DepartWient' 0,[ 4GrlcuttuNI.'itr'taltatuce ./16 and'Allen Norton, Jerry: '.&t Margaret Rose Duncan, Mrs; and Mrs. Corbin' S.'Carnp# )': ; 'fast "yftdnSB'dajr Mug/ ,''arid. Donny ,Thoma! .,; then r bUio, Sm-lUi, '>r>: and, Mrs. m. Sunday Dec. 13. The public \I
W. B. Sewell, Mrs. W. E. Mid. and family of OalnnflVU'le1" ;; Mt.and Safwdayand: :: '- J JlkJ Attended are. '4nviRad .to toln.'Theil' Ralph Darlcy nritfMr.. and Is invited.To II
: NameStamped
dleton Miss Madge Mlddteton< Mrs; SflxJher and Mrd..Arf-'' thelr annual CJiiHatmea ,ban'gtitt'Fr'idayMght'a.I wIU ;pieet caeh Wednesday dUrefc Mrs."Lester.Austin. FJverypne BIBLES DilL FOLDS Gold''
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, 'Mrs na James of,oMCeyatone Hatgnts{ \ ,, <. / ;. )";; :My-5'a'f;tt tdi-?: cb' ot.'.at.':..thJ enjoyed!, the Inippyevent.ATrs.O. }} : : In ;
Harry Mooty. Mrs. O. I/ ,Bens- anJ Mrs. ''o rtrud r,1aJL4, -Mr: ; 'and, 'iMl"f,-4llenl >WOOds home 'of Mrw-'iC.' WiThomaslJ'1tAre' ], : J.' 't/IJilp./ returned WHOM irI vfvw f'O'I:1I'1I '\ : I-

ley, :Mrs. J. W. KincsM, Mrs- Mra. Eva Prescott K f'lilt";--'l'ot'l'i.' of\ \Lake' VVa tlast'ahd.ltff4! :: ( .nlra. will '.be."BOTViethlngf\ new (Seem! Miami; (811 tyrday.after a I, L, V. for Wllllamion any ln'lul' >am t..
.! M. F. Brown Mrs. S. I* PeekSr. Bruce"Thomas and< Tits.-R"1T' >Burfk'lW.\ ) ;kfc ff.itd, ,tarnJ.Jy to'ovork) on' ''eaoh..:'week; JUst ri9iof'fieveral.week( with her mud by "nvi>no other than my- J'' Diamond Will Be Given! With Each Purchase I
., and Mr. and Mra. Georgetinherb Bell -Jacksonville.. ? -Live'OStri' ,'} ;w
.' Jr. "Mr. and (Mrtt.'l :; C: Smljh' 'f. .... .'! : .$..., p11n41aee./ : ft rn-e.PnnerttJ '" .{pd bar "broth 'r-ln-IaW 11/9 Itp 1/1:1:
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Wooo. '
Mi and 'Mrs. Oorl SappAuro of Dadd'City'were' vlaitmgMrs.'Effle'John9' :. 'La'1ce 'o, t3lrilgtlrlisland I "ervectt snd1 btMiyone ,'htI.J"iARrandtlmeA and slater'! !Mr. and Mrs.: L. H. *ciC c ctcrta cFtc c erifc< ;
Charlol St.
in Daytona Beach over on'Sunday1.Mrs.'W. t '; of ,: : : MVaV-J': ,' S'. Bunlc* ;Hnote; ,
e the weekend visiting Mr. and H.'lbrt: rld.frll. ; Ga.' apphttheweekefxi,!. Is TDM '''Mother,'? ',-wtt} Mrs.t C Mrs., L. M.;' McCIellan, Atrs.
firs John Benny Sapp. FAbth'Chfistan'ete{' !' "attyidrd''sn with, his! 'Jnother/' itfKd.,14f4 J 1 .t'W*; Thomas ae'pe' <<1fttan.t' Any oth ,Maxie Reddish :and Children,
Mr and :Mrs. H. A. Lawen I cdnferene '*t' the Chmcn'ofJosur Lanoe.-, /" 'Z Y '-J,, er'i mothers Nvtrmlgttt'i0e'n-< / / 3tran..S.. H. Futch. 'and Mrs.

-vl.tted!. l Mr. and Mri. Joe 'Jon c 'Christ1-: 'Latter' n.lyI Ibcal: adpilttanQes! : this.to 'DNd' (rested< td'Lnfp'p.gyvUl: : !!V wet Obnd. Paulcy, and' .daughter\ '

dim and family In Lake Wale I Saints In'Jack!ton V'nle 'on Suh- ford) County Hospital u Week corned. \f' ',". -' visited Mrs. Lilian 'Futuh and WELCOME.
W. Jk'er'i1\fcOeeJ'MI'
ou Swn lay. Include II CHURCH ACTJVlTIKSGrace ; : Mr. and .Mrs. .Cecil Brown. -Mr.:
day. '
Bunkia .Soto, MrS., AnnieSweat .
,etJaocltsti/; !, Church: and.Mrs.. Brown have recently)
.. __ .... ; '!Mrk Rutft'Reynolds/', '' erected
d -: -- --------.... School, 9i6'a.m: Worship,. 11 a beautiful home
..---1'jI Legran Gafwiun, ;Mrs.'Myrwal a.m. 'and ,TJOt:: 'pm': .Prayer '.Me. end Mrs. Pete Todor and NEW LOCATION
Long, Mra; : 'Ann ;BlsneU.i.., Arthur Circle each Monday, ,9 )1a., m, family 'of Gainesville spent .. _
: : Brighten Your Home Dale] and Kenneth PaJRett,, MYF* each ,Wednesday, 8 }>. m. Sunday, with Mr. and .fra. W rV
all of Starke; Mrs. Nell Dotoba -Ernest Bailey; pastor. e t\' 'Moore. Chuck :Moore( i also .h
; WITH of Raifordl.Roy! Flak Br*'and .First :;}Baptlat Sunday? Gainesville, spent.the week ..! AND PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS

Mrs. Margaret Shaug-hneasy if school, 10 (ajn.' Worship, 11 a. .end. with his ''parents' .
MelroseMrs';' ,; (Minnie Johns ofIlumivton m. ''and 7:30:: 'f>.nv'Training UnJolnv Mr. and Mrs.'Thomas Duck v* --

: ; !Mrs. Vcrlle'' flhei-!- J 6 p.m. Teachers ;me-tinjf took Mrs. Dack'jt mother :Mrs: A Y pl" i "

SYLVANIACOLQR Reddish, Mrs Vaner Rosier, night, 61.10:: p.m.- followed by; In Columbus, G*. the latter -...
and Owen Anders of Lawtey; by Prayer Service it ,,7:30.Chnjlea : =. part of the week, after a visit e
,frll. !Elva Scott, and Ralph Harveypontor.. ,of several days'wlth them.
Till: .< of Keyt ton Hetirhtli.: ; Church of OoUj; ', Sunday !Mr. and Mrs. John Tye

I' Lum Grant of Mhldleburg,' and School, 10 a'lf1. Warship 11 a. Pamela' and 'John; spent Sat

TV Mrs Luaana Galncy ot Lalte. m. and J 7:30.: pm' YI'E each untay. evening W'Iothfr.:: aij J e
Duller. VVertnetdfty, 7:30: pni.: >-:;.,Rober :Mrs F. L. Roberts und fiiii'ly' '
e Y Jeff Torodo of Oainesvlllc Yates pastor. In Jacksonville.Mr. ,1 1 ;4 4i

spent the weekend with hili Highland Baptist! Sunday and. Mrs. L. M. Mo.'I"I.I c ) :
grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. School 9:43: a.m.Vorshlp.. 1:Ia.m. Ian were visiting Rev. a id i ;
FOR CHRISTMAS! I E..Torodo'in Starke and with and 7 p.m. Prayer per Mrs J, E. Linnet-felt In MiaOlrburg I

; .*, I -r his father! Bill Torode, in vice each Wednesday 7 p.m last: ThumUay.Mr. ;/
Jacksonville. Choir Practice each 'Saturday : and Mrs. Robert Hosier

t \ :Mr. rend Mrs. A. H. Carratt 7 pm.--C L. Tyler pnstor. and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby RoaIcr _' _

\ J.- :. '] ./ ': of Daytona" Beach were recent Rev. and !Mrs. Tyler had Dple'uwint and family visited. :M- II nAlri. << l -
.; \ .. <'r.1""r. ,
I. \ '. ..:<,., 1". .... ..:. \. { ". ,"'1' ,:, Clients of Mra. C. F. Ward. *uii>Vise when" then/ Jam. JCowiiduring i, >! (' _- .

:.: ( I ... .h. .- .Mr.: and Mrs I.. F. Whitehead lI ."I'. r---" "... I ',1 1 and family spent the weekend service in Germany about n\ (Mrs. Anrje Ward of Waliln" i J,
.... .' : with Mr. and Mrs Everett< and half, arrived was a SLturday'yt"ltor of
0. Q ,11"11I. year a si LUI t PHILLIPS 66 :MODLR.V\
.... I I.\" "" .' ,'"j'. .. .,, ...,..... ... i';, f' ". XVhiteliead R.J'fl"" nnd Mrs. the piistorlura.. He was accompanied J. H. iAinife: family. SERVICE STATION:
.. t \ ,', :.,...... '\ : .. .I. Tillman Whitehwid !In Winter by his buddy, who abw<< Mrs. Edwin Nolan iimidjuxter
.. :" ;' : :;". .,'.: -. ; '}''u" Haven. of '
.. '.,"', ".. : live In South Florida. < Jackttonvii'A'' 're "
i .!I ... .. ;,.*,',!: ""..,! I f"zr'.'" Mr.:'nnd Mra. N. D. Wainwright PFRSONALS: Mtlng her oll'en.t.t.. :litn,l
: I / ": ; ': I :.:t.Y. j t:; Jr. of :Uol1)"WOOdvf're Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett Mrs. Thonias, Dock, and fn: Prescott 66' Service
.. ", :.' ....! ., I .' ",t. Tuesday overnight trusts' l.ii.it. \ and son, and Mr. and Mrs lly Sunday .

': ,,; I,//I:)l -\..,.,...,....;.... ,' t .',......'...'':'_" .,, ..;.tI'..'...j.} 1 ,...' week of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. C. \V. Thomas and children at. .:\fl'. and Mrs. B..L. WllkUon.
... ) Walnwrljfht.! .
-- --. '''t-i'II- tended the football game irAuburndiile Debby Siierrt spent Sunday
.. . . .. '"./.1'1',1. Mrs\ "1'": 'F. Stump will\ return hut Friday. w.t.IB.. L. Wilkl. on. Jr
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'. '' ,' .' ...,. 'f.,t < this weekend! after a tern Mrs. Wllklson WRit much surprised and family in Jacksonville Walnut St.
_, --::."' }" : ". '''II, .,.7l" ",'r.: ., day visit with Mr. and lira, to find herself, honored l l111L.h We are gladto rote that.tG.
: 't .'...,, "i...,...', ,".., "".....,'.r.. ''......_. ".. : '' '-:-- _
.' ?, \-. ., \ ,: ',/" .'.".' '" lt..q..., I John D. Grlfttn in'Ochlochnee' \ a fiunily' dinner for hMrthday. .. J. Anders, who entered J 'I
a. J lr iJ'S, r'rrt:. ;: JS ".,"" r. ,.... .t. :t ,.\ Ga. There were about 31' Bradford County Hospital! onTuesday n
i V- .W4S. .** .. Mrs. Lucia Thomas and members enjoying this occa of last .week. U great p' j

.. MODEL 21LC31: .-Ultra-smart. Contemporary Console ,- 'Miss: Joan Libby are patientsin sion. She' received. many. nice !improved. We Welcome All Our -

., that swivels on its base for your viewing cod- Doctor's Hospital glfU.VlAltlng. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon
e .. venience. Fashioned t of warm toned genuine walnut Mr. and Mrs Fred Bennett the Ernest Rauler :lttl daughter. There**. U, I Ia in I'
Spent Friday\ night and son Mr: and Mrs "
family were toonplt.il ih Patatk.i where 't Old and New 'll
: ., veneers! and selected solids. ? Friends i
Saturday In Auburmlale and Marklea Ril\1f'l'IIon
.. I and children she underwent\ as appendectomy.
lakeland. of Mohtlccllo and their 5h e" reportedjy Im
: THIS EXCEPTIONAL? VALUE Hallmark Cards "Vhen you daughter'and on-ln-law, Mr. proving. and Customers To Drive wIn

care'enourb to send the veryheat" and Mrs.' John Petr.yrof| Arcadia / Miss. : Elizabeth Terry spent
r, Name- stamped In Koltlulrk !. and Mr. and. Mrs.. JohnE. p.M'ot last'' week' In Galnea-
: Payments 4 fflRB .36 ( service.! Rnlllnxton't. *' :. Broward of JacksohVme'ori\( ( vine with 'lM. C. E. SCrlck.I (| and Visit Our One-

12,2,, 4t 133. Wednektal On"l SUMtty"1.D laatX I ;. who, has been !n.)
Mrs. Elders Klmmrons attended t. and "Mr*!. Lonzle Smith and Mr. '
:"" Of Month--Special; the Phi Beta Kappa ban and Irs. harry Busbee 'oJacksortvlJt' Stop "Eb" Service
qu..>t at the Hub on the ''IT.' of] \ '. Mr. Smith and CARD OK." THANKS i,
Trade .\!!nwanc;: -1".' in '' To those'who '
Only campus! Gainesville Tued- Mrs. Bu bee are "Mrs. 'Rauler-. expressed thlympathy
n day nig-ht ...lOn' < In to many beauiUu. Station
r John Torode attended the of Kmgslej .and"-prftcUcal ways during out

.' Florida Petroleum' !(Marketer Lake' spent Sunday with the recent bereavement, we extendour _
is' x>tntlon at crystal '. heartfelt thanks. .
muting Darley-Bennetf\ family.Arrs. Mr; and
Y{ 19" PORTABLE COLOR River Tuesday. Pearl Starting 'and\ Mr Mrs. Escort Jorrtan. Mr. and Vaughn Prescott

e rr Jerome Johns MIW the and Mrs. ''Uoy4 Grlfns. and :Mrs. J. a. Ho1d-"It' and famines. Frederick Prescott

launching of Gemini 7 at Cape daughters were "LlriUng' Rev.. .
: '
} Kennedy on Saturday and and 'Mrs Buddy Harris and COMPLETED, LIRE OF PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS

.a .... Sunday with Mr. and )11'1. family recently; Rev. Harris
John Anderson in Co<"OtL.f was"formerly! pastor: of. 'the Tires Batteries *
: : We Wish To Announce That Mr. David Gunter |sNow :Mr. and Mra. J. I. Ogden Church'of God here. 'TIIE' BRADFORD Anti-Freeze Lubrication

tr. : .: Our Full Time Factory Trained TV* Technician: and stir: and Mra. M I. Ogden Mr.. and. >Mr< *. 'Tom Tatuni COUNTY TELfcGRAPII!(

Pompano Beach were SUn- and family were vlaitlng In

:1 : = 30, Day TV Service, Special diy: Kueata of Mr. and MrsJ! 1:. Gainesville Saturday." Published! every Thursday Ad.eJP CALL LET USCHECK
''J. owl1ng Burney Dobba and Casey at lag VvV call' se,
: : '00 Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Qul ey Dobbs and 'itoii"w 're Sunday Stark;; Fla. S2091 JEROME JOHNS

: : Service $3 were In ,Gainesville Saturday dinner guests of their parents. OIL COMPANY
., attending a birthday dlnnoij in Mr: and Mrs. A. D. Dobbfl. E. L.'MatUMW* editor! and YOUR CARTODAY
Calla r the horn-of Dr. and Mrs.: C. Allen Stokes of Jacksonvillewas publisher I t FOU
2 Miles of StarkeISoufhcrnMarinp&T I
: S. Carn.ll clven jointly I In visit')!, his nieces and Second! t class postage paid
e honor -of their uncle. W. A. I Mm411.d,'- Mr. and Mrs. A. 'C: I at St rke, Fla. w PH1LHEAT"pfmi FOR THE

Scott and their young mon. ,I Puirce.; ;Sfr"and: Mrs. Troy
f Peter. The six members of the Bennett, and Mr: 'and Mrs. O. I Subscription Rates: T.: Clean. COLDWEATHER
: Camell family entertaJned: the W.. 'Starling last 'Thursday.Mrs. In: trade area' ,,13.90 per ) ndabw. Eeonomt.

group with a,0h.rIwurOI R bk' .drew* .s o4 J.lr '', year: $2.00.txmonha. For Healing \
I,with each playing a differentinstrument. Mabel l\>wen of Glen St. Outside trad* 'arm: $400 F. 91; '.9711
412 E. Call St. Phone '6&.1821 ; *I Mary accompOAlevi Mr.( Stokes per yeVtr; n." eL1 }ndratlis. AHEAD

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1L \ DEC. 9.19(13(

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Christmas Tea eY g1 ap r4f ., r Luncheon Given High School PTA IIIM.-J' formal' dance/ at the meet- Tug RIGHT POINT for the

For UDC Chapter .in(;; next' Monday. night at 7:30:
I ,. By Coffee Club To Hear Winning ..'..I
I At Houpt Homei I At State FarmThe Christmas EssayThe 1 for the meeting will your favorite KSTEIfBKOOK : -
be .r dyne Hardy nmt Gloria
i C. J. Houpt. Mrs. R. A.Ol't'en. .
GLADYS MOOTY\ Slue "Farm CommunltvCX Illfth School PTA will aibsan. The formal will be fountain pen. TEI.K-
Mrs. I F. Dinklns :
I >ffoe nub bud l a covrrrd dish. meet TuenMlay nlnht! at 7:30: ( held Dec. 21
Phone 964-0651 Mrs. C. J. MeOrlff Sr.. and r.llAPIf. + '.
luncheon for there' hinbomUTiiesriax : o'"kx.Jcm she Cnfrteriit. I .. "
Mrs II. U Speer were co-hos- (
noon nt 1l>e th club i Ifl'!h m-hool students have
tesses Wednesday! afternoonof i-.mi.'O "'I"'h0" clccorttloil. ,' In .been Invited.
to write
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Junior Club WSCS Members last week when they entertained I ;t
| the for tlirjrc.ialnn
ChrlftlluuIIottf : I on "What ChrlHtnw' + Monn- to
members of W
Hears Talk On 1 Are Entertained : Weeks chapter United Daugh- : < "hi IRP ChrKtmn: me" with the winner rrvi'lvlnp;
boll MHV hung:: from the rafters a $25::\ blind dnnntnl! 1 by the ..luI -
Consumer Finance I i At Coffee I tei-s of the Confederacy at aI Unit i Iho niniit.lVM'. n fecal: I nl..r'oRlln'" Club The wtn- y c:
i i beautiful tea! In the home of .
l point with, fresh" ie l -
p mntrnolla vivts niiur ema.v will he read nt the.
Mrs. V. J. Spengler of th> The Methodist Mrs. Houpt on N. Walnut with silver I .
WSCS and i-.torsperanl" | meeting. The high nrhooi choi ++ ,
Credit Bureau
Finance" at th I talned at a lovely coffee Tuesday Christmas decorations were table. hold a renter u>ran,",.-' G 'j a'JL'' .. .
Junior Woman'. Club meeting: canted out in detail in decorating ment of whit red. and /l
I morning at ths home ofMrs. pinkpolnsettins. I The niothers of the Junior. .
Monday night in the clut.' for this party. The foyer .
E. U Matthews following IVnvn) the length! and Sonlmilimses with Mrs(
house. the! regular business and program I was decorated in the tradition. + of the tablet was! .u garland of I Robert Um'k,11\, !\ ,' MM. .1.1R I '

The devotional was given by meeting held at the : al red and green colors with I Ir Florkln holly lntcrspfr! 1 with : Hanlv.', chairmen, will servo : OXFORD lJIE .
)(1'11. Robert C. Sapp and MrsKurene \ church. I an adde touch of !gold. The tinsel balls. The buffet table rrfrtAAm"nt". I

Tanner. program, The traditional Christmas I console table held a beautiful I overlaid, with n white dnrrmsk l t

chatr.itan. Introduced th, decorations were used In Un gold candelabra with burning .. cloth was centered. with u Beta Sigma Phi I ; rn??_Oat a...if 11ft n' / I
speaker. Matthews home for the occas red tapers and brightly colored 'rv tiered silver ,"an""I"II"Iwith I

The president. Mrs. Harold I ion. The coffee table 1n the miniature fruit in the candleholders j ref tapers! which was ccntore I Plans Yule Party I ; I

P. Godwin Introduced new, dining room was covered:!' witha I Gold statuary balan- .;1- :, l with a silver tinsel! birdcage I II Mo'EIR ro'il lgioprirb a. 1': tl y I

mrmbera. beautiful red and green |j red this arrangement. A red filled with Florida holly. I tl ,tu Sigma Phi Sorority will Merer before ban offered a>o**>J q j .

A letter from the forte linen and organdy cloth, cen- I and green lighted Christmastree Y .., At the biise was A gam nil of hold! Its annual Chrlstmita rwir- beautiful bhkfing& or 10
child In China was read tered by a white and red was placed; In the corner '." Florida holy! and 1 silver. tlu.tcl.Appioxliimtfly ty on Moiul.ty Dec" 13, at the superb ttvaOfJueh
After the business program, Christmas arrangement Mrs. of the foyer. .. ,...' 60 guests! enjoyed home of Mrs. C. \\'. SlmKi on through and throogfa adducing J t

modal hour was enjoyed in H. H. Adams presided at the I I The living room was donei v Rs. i tp r the occHMlon. lira II. If. I KAst Southgnto ln-lve., I quasi/ M the' ** new OafoedV

the ,.sunroom. The tea table I silver coffee service, and wat i I pastel colors and gold, with i Srhweem and I .Mrs. It. V. Turner Members. of the sorority. are
Lst M telept *
carrted out the Christmas assisted in serving by Mrs. J the focal point being a beautifully social I chiilrmcn' were In ; rpmlmlotl! to bring ,n-fienli-. help JFOSI a aa Oafos4Bibta

motif with a red cloth trim R. Wainwright Mrs. W. E. decorated white Christ. i'sri charge of affairs, mpnta for 1 thq ocriwlon unit I for someone dear to. yam' a.. a s'

med in grser*. and waa centered I Middleton. Miss MaJge: Middleton. ',, mas tree. The mantel was dec- any extra cookluit or early' to KfctiflM four 01 lOW dovotiosk.60LLINGTON .

with a beautiful red and Mrs. Charles Sawyer ', orated In white and gold, andair Story Hour txt MoM for I this Ilcta Sigma t ..

white Christmas; arangement. and Mrs. Foster 6ht Smith. outlined with lighted gold I'hi's tr">""ury. I II g7t1IWIAloglpt11L71t11iS/g.1AfT. .. ( )
Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Miss I candles. ; l h -----.-.- ---
+ aJ Story hour will ha hold. at I Members shoul.l' 'alai bring/ ,
Carol McRae presided at the Southside PTAEnjoyaMusical I Ii Tea was served in the din- effit w c the Public Library on Tuesday' the ticket! ,they oM for the
punch bowl which held a red ins room where the table was ; Doc. H. at 3:3(1:: p m. All children Itarble, 11(>11.

and green wreath, ice float. i covered with an embroidered ages 6-0 are Invited to at- STUDIO AND
Silver trays held ChrUtmas linen and lace cloth and centered yh@,. tl'n.1. i
Lr.LL,,, .p"ra. :: i.a\.t., '.;),.<< cookies and salted and sugarednuts. Mrs. Julie Rasmusaen directed with a white and gold + ... Mrs Dolph Reddish will be GIFT SHOP

the Glee Club in a Christ Christmas arrangement with torytfller To Meet Monday
mas musical at the Southside pink perfection camellia in !It. Miss Gwendolyn Cox Becomes Bride I 101 I) I \V. Call Street t Starke, FIJ..

Elementary PTA meeting A handsome white bisque Of Mr. Griffis In Home CeremonyMr. rUitlo NolelxMtk. *'J.3U al lie I Momhers( the Little \\'oiii.en's ,
Miss Kish Weds Tuesday night In the school candelabra with lighted candles I Tt..UOU.\I'U.: I Club will work on ilworn- >I

George W. RicksMr. cafeteria. on the buffet and a brass and Mrs. Ray A. Cox honor and bridesmaid was Barbara I 1- lions for their annual Christ.

Mrs. Lonnie Fulhrood. president I and crystal chandelier decorated announce the marriage of their Jean AlvarM.Aaslatlng .

and Mrs. Steve Kish of presided over the business : with gold ornaments daughter, Gwendolyn, to Mcil- : In serving at the All FIRST
Jackson Center, Pa. announce meeting which voted for i I II ISouthside hanging: over the tea tabla ton Jimmy Grlffls, eon of )Ir. reception: aLto held .t the C.x QUALITY .No Seconds No Irregulars!

the marriage of their daughter I to participate In the (ii completed the decorations in and Mrs. Joe ''M.: Grlffls., all home, were Misses Dlano Cox:r.

Barbara Jean, of Stark, i Family Life Conference. Mrs i this room. of Starke. The wedding was Gloria McKinney and I HarriotBeiruictt. f ". ..
to George W. Ricks. lIOn of the Tober'a sixth grade won the'; Presiding. at the silver service performed by Rev, Calvin !" Iff t f/ .. ft

late Mr. and Mrs. James D I room count. ': during the tea hours was Johns on Nov. 2tJ at 7:30: p.m. The !couple la residing. In an .

Ricks, of Stark i Refreshments were servej at | Mrs. E. I* Matthews. Upon at the home of the brkla's parent apartment at 313 Christian \'\ s of th
I the conclusion arrival *, 433 N. Polk Street Street The bride .
The was perform of the meeting each member and Is employedat /
ceremony I Ij
Paul :Mlllor. served .. \ \ \ ,
ed on October 19 in Folkston, j guest was presented tiny t Big Dad Manufacturing Co
Oa. by Judge B. Scott Johnson I Gale Cronkhite I Christmas bells tied with white man. Miss Carol Jean Cox at. 1 lAnd :Mr. irinis; Is a brick mason t

The Is residing at and gold ribbons. tended her sinter as maid of'I II employed. In Uulnenvlll I.ay.Vw-y Your Xnui
couple THE
;: Party ?
i Preceding thet.ea a short ; +
Freeport in the Grand Bahamas 'iftH litIU"( :{' Small t

Islands, where Mr.I Miss Gale Cronkhite celebrated business meeting was conduct I Miss Diane WynnIs er as a memento of the utcitalon. Deposit, HoliU" 1'nurScieclion f f ff WEal VERB ITIJU t

Ricks .Is employed by Lucaya t her 17th birthday Tuesday ed: by the president Mrs E. _
Builders. Ltd. I K, rryman. Mrs. U O. Complimented Eighty irueets were invited I I .

The bride graduated from I fry for evening six girl with friends a hamurger at the ,'II Powell historian had chargeof i,I At Showers to a"all between the hours 7:30: pt ; p" ALL( RESSED O UP =

Lakevlew High School In 1962. CronkhKe home on N. Walnut the program and cave areading. and! B o'clock. !' n. ,

and from St. Petersburg Junior I street. The True Meaning Miss Diane Wynn, brlde- i = I :
College in 1W4. Prior to, The dining table was cen- of ChrUtmas." elect., was coinpliniviUctl at u I! Garden Club V :tt MmJ&Girls' & .
Approximately" 25 members 'P/
her marriage she nad beeemployed n '' toted with a white birthdaycake lovely brliUI shower l lust Saturday I -
were present. j To Meet ]
at the Garden Restaurant decorated with yellow | evening at the home/ of I I Monday MEN'S FINE QUALITY
In Stark roses. Miss Kugenla Kknid.: Ul:)& : Festive Dresses
Stork | Th Starke Garden Club\
i After the Showers Johns Drlv J llontesnes l were I Dress
girls Shirts
supper attended wilt meet Mnmliiy: nljfht .Hoc.
the basketball Miss Ekani. Hope Hullklnv.Wsn.ln .
game i Are Given ForCharles 13, at 7:30: p.m at the hum
"CP'Q t llt il 'gt l ''CI Ct'IQ 1' c I' Mrs. Williams, :Mrs. Hurry of Mrs. A Kuasel) Norman r' SIZES 799 599
Loper, sail ClalrnrJI'
Johns Cooper 99
An altriictlv Christmas I Members... are nskeil tu bring 7 TO 14 ..... fo
Christm.ta x-orntlon. for the c 1
The horn of Mrs. John motif was carried out.,. the' I
Cnxkrrll was the setting fora party tlecnrutIons The refreab, i im..nt !: Sturkn fturslnK" Home tree / d SIZES O99 399,

i Starke's II lovely stork shower fur Mrs. table was covered W Ih I' AWe bring recipes, for u cook 3 TO AX ... .. Am and Lttr.ee//.a a aim "
Fashion LeaderInc. Charles Johns by Mr. Crock1rell. a htc cloth and centered by aorystal book. M r seVlotkt

.., Mrs. Millard Judd, Mrs. punch bowl arouml The executive hoard will *! 99 99 1.6 rvqulsr..en*r,
I Naaworth meet at 7 p.m. preceding the sizt !
j Cary and Mrs. Harold which wss a garland of Christmas
Glasgow. An attractive greenery. meeting.non 1 TO 3 ..... I ..d w.Y aSr..erwe
and 1 pink color motlff carried The table l4 4 /. U.Noun. .
frail's own blend of polyester( cotton was gift held an arrangement
out In the party decorations.. of camellias and l atnlnteture I I Five Cubs at.. rig yew plait. rash gay, .......1..,
The refreshment table wascovered Christmas tree with ...h''..., foe the v*<"i* ..<'.... dues .' c...'..
1' Ruggedend Enjoy Trip Cut ityfM/ end. t9l.n .la sr*.M..el. ,.btl..
I with a whit. I lace cloth tiny rsndlrs.Th tti. ., mom wlfl/ .laaw
and warn centered by an err hostesses .
right for presented the Tn scouts fast Pn Klv" . .
i rang-vment of pink J fcladloU honoree with a set of kitchen: ; ''''- -. -".. ... '.. '.. '
active wear and white mum. The punchbowl knives as a memento of liieoccasion. went. to IM Aueustlne/. atllr: '_ \\if. .. :-11'; '. <0 : .. .., .. ... ..' .,.J... ''tto..; .. .
day and visited' the iNittw '
Cr3t ? was fillet with pink punch HEN'SPAJAMAS
Wax MUKWim, the (Kort and' '
and h"ld .n ke float of pink I Ifront. i Tw t-lIv. gutots. were Invited OMret Jail. FRILLY FCMININIV rTf"Xi

Chips and diP w.r* I to attend between. the .

served The jruiMts received. hours of seven and nine : A the picnic beach lunch The was boys njoyndon w rfarrompwnlol Peignoir Sets <$&

favors of pink diaper nut
cups flss 0.l...,. Wynn O'CIock.1 by their ilrnmother
1 mixed
nuts.Appropriate \
,,,,,rml(. tll William Mrs CHirlxs. Illalock. jr OO Other ) 2"HIAOQUARTIRS
gme were 6
and Mr Hlalnrk. and, Mrs. Jim At3.-
Hodge will" be an ,4VSKlft
4I ,
t played" by the 23 guests and y
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Uint Un
Jee Thornton s i
Laj 17 prices were awarded to the December U. was honored .t my *.. i with m.delkq .../ Xfe-'ft'iif"I, a J J
w tnners.. a lovely brhlnl shower Mat mother. .l.q..ny( tflmm4/ whit .yt.. IrN/.LN ia
The hn.t..aea presented l the Thursday evening at the Christian 1 !lee.. Pink, slw*. ..cal! wsitu. r 1 C ii N flertat.lw
Chunh: recreation hell Altar Society *. Guts k...dl Sian 4
honoree with en elMHrtc
HootesMMi wrr-" Mrs Ch rls
lerUlzer as a memento
ocraaron.Mr. Here Mrs Charlie" Cowen.Mrs Christmas! f'artyMembwnt f, s aloha .
.. Charles Miss Kl- FAMOUS o
Zipperar ,
P sed
of Nt. l.:ulwunl' ( Movie Star
'Lk I .. Uuford Mitchell and sine Colson Mr. l nnle r* *
Altar MiM-lpty will hold thfifsnnul i
Mrs. Henry (]lwln gave, a.tork wood Mrs Ifclwtn. "I1'j OirlvtnMs party nl, theregular NYLON r .

dews test frhUy evening Mrs. Dun lIarley. and .. .. _
meeting on Thmixluslta > _
I! at the horn of the latttr John Arthur Kedtlish 'r.1 SLIPS '
I III at l 7.3O p.m in th"r..rt.h
on K Cell Street for Mrs. A ylluw and) whit color, iU C
halt Mr.
Johns. scheme was lead In the partydecorations I 7 2"Fvlf -
link anrl blue was UKM! In I Th. rrfr.ahmertlapis .Y Mhallman
I I i.-lenrv .'." Kr t
Men i
the .party decorations The r.- I, was covered with a while Kotlettrar* frent. rA.A.v sea.lt f| GIRLS' COZY
frenhmenl plates held favors C'ut".rkIoth and centered fly> 'I II HeigHts At... b.,M.l. S...1.... It 1 j j.M of tiny/ sugar babies end min. :|I two ether) canoelebra: with \ tedr';t. .Mom..1 t.H.f... QUILTED ROBES
I' i elate pink end blue umbrelki '' yellow t..,...... flanking an a'hryein, 1t .1... Wli.U, bleed an
.4. SI_ U ,. .*...
/nn..th mixed/ nuts ra-ng>mnt of yellow j

The cak e|u rm were lopped i I the mams. silver trays snd"'" 99

with pink and blue sugar .baby I I compote* hrkl nuts mats and 7otO\.GS 5*: :': 2 .

shoes. I leaks squsrr A silver coffr.rvlre .- \

lama were played by the .. was at one end of tile 'I -aZ
: e FAMOUS AND 1. '
20 guests and prUes were table j Gpini k666

SUPER I ICorcb awarded Co Mrs Ruth Johmon I Mrs Henry Hinson was "..,... ..1...

and )f,.were. R. H.presented Mnlllns.Oifta .to Mrs ...srde a prise In a game that Berth Towels I ..Alan"It "' I.kdrnlane. .. s

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pkty.dTh. .., erbls. J
Jurtns a a + Vj
tn a baby bassinet and hoetrwes pre. rented the S.... 4 Ie '"
the hotsaM gave her a baby I honoree with an .Lcl rk mix' I-U.II N..k. 2.S* al lho \

bottle warmer as a remembrance 111.1 iRA..II. yy Gl7. 79C. $1CO''J8O
of the rkJR S. .
with 4y f I 1 h

w <1' floral' pflnft/ or woven f.e- ,,,
FaraPressFARAH ': Mrs. Edwards WIN A PILE .
... qusrdt In eye e.'lehJo<) combi"ation.

Most To Pupils rl' I lbr Thal E.tr. Ihicl, le'2a 27.44" rive. c ..,
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[ ] Mrs. W If KoSrardN: Sr KOCH CASH POTNe ......M."_ _
had a Christmas party Hatar FOR GIFTHANDBAGS
Boxed Gift :
Sets(2 \
ttlrrwon for her :
day pIAno ri..ile. .. "11.r1e., N'nlhleg in Write, >eMejnpe
pupOs ml the home . MI gs'.l>m. Ju-t /' mela

Casual comfortable 1 I Drew R.d.1r.h. Earl= Week er ft.a er a l limn' a Ihif > jf ? I
I The 2O pupts played pkeno 199 299
good loots of corduroy silos- and Clirbitinas carok ...f lie.. Lair FHfK "C'swh ".1" Tlrkrf. ...) 9 a

with 50% poJyeUer 'Ice Last| Week's Winner
end enjoyed refrmhments The JJ .. S. .i .
3 times longer wear ten taMe. was cowered with a Unclaimed. I pno. u.. eels. and ta'' eels, Auor'.d'

thon oil-cotton crxd Jrvf. 0 tl ChrWrtmsis cloth and paftrh.ChristiDas r 11"9"' .nd eoloft. I 1"4 a / '

Now, with ForoPrm. rur>kl-s and candles : Cash Pot Now $75.00 >f I ,.I.r N.a .i /
they dry r<
without !icon r!g. Mrs K:..* ard. was s.ein .edm !tastily t. 5I Nit..,
*f* mint fas4ily
so i vine "her Y Wrong Size? Wrong Color Don't Worry .
OCar. s-4 by daughter at KfJf Ml, 11111 (.... IU.. "' '
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Mrs Re rlwn. Wed I Carp's Will Gladly Exchange: II After Christmas! J

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Against Wauchula's Wildcats


Tornadoes Shoot For State Championship Friday Night .


Winning the state championship Friday night kW _

In Semi-Finals would fulfill a year-long ambition for the fighting _

Tornadoes of Bradford High and they are gunningfor

a bisr. strong tough Wachula eleven. ci,

Tough Bloodhounds Bow 147To at Only Game Florida general time Field I Ie'admission in 8 pm.Gainesville.Friday seats! times ances.pigskin tomorrow Glbbs as many may night.as carry:25 or the 30 -fr! : _

are being sold and ,BOO were I The Wildcat offense 1 is based
available this morning at the ,
on the fullback up the middle-
Bradford High office, phone !
and the speedy halfback """
064-3731 around ends. Speedy!' Levi I Me- .III"
Stubborn Red AttackA A healthier Tornado squad
Big Leod. a 160 pound Junior, Isthi
will face the Hardea County ,
fastest man on the qua<
Wildcats this week as Captain ,
and can turn the corner if al- :1F t., .
Butch ReddLig, 190-pound 'center like ,,,.
hardy running game s and a stingy defense that [I point alter on a weak kick ey on a short flat pass but he and mlddleguard, will go towed to do is so. Wauchula' ball '.011'-,
that barely cleared the up- was Immediately hit by two both and junior end Joey falatka. a running ..
backs all .
contained four speedy Ai uburndale night .I ways club but quarterback Ken Hall. .
long gave Bradford's unbi aten Tornadoes a straight rights. Tornadoes and the stiff BuS Reese, a pass catching threat I a IftO pound senior can ton. : f4r ,
i The touchdown came after defense had cut down Auburn- r. and a defensive standout will
shot at the Class A state grid championship. the Hounds had mounted their dale's Anal !ball handling op. Ilea a lot more action. Redding a better than average pass it
Two first Half touchdowns\ he has to.
longest drive of the night, goIng portunity. played only offensive against
by amazing quarterback Don of 12, 8, and 15 yards and 56 yards from their six to With 04 seconds left In the Auburndale last Friday and The Cats will probably run
*ld Falcon gave the .Tornadoesa Falcon carried Jhfi Mnal seven then 1 most of the time from a dead :
the Starke 38 before the game the groggy Falcon Reese saw action in just a few
14-0 lead and the stingy! Big: 1 or straight, backfleld But, .
to paydlrt on the eighth :
yards Tornado defense stopped them. simply fell on the ball play. Both had Injured knees. -
Red defense held outf despite I like the Tornadoes, ue ti set -
play.The When the pass was intercepted three time and the Tornadoes Coach David Hurse has call a
U ,third period Bloodhound TD man. a flanker, an<1 will put a
agile signal 1 caller} swept Falcon had a first and 25 preserved their 14-7 victory. ed Redding "the. bent line pros. : ''. .
to lecure a 14-7 win in. Au- halfback. in the slot between l
behind ,
around his left end \
situation after he had run to Fullback Agner was thenIght' pect I've ever coached."
,bumd le' Cltriwi Bowl before tackle and end at times to '..
good 'blocking by the Tornado the Starke 45 for a first down leading rusher carry- : BHS' eleven has avoided .
an estimated 4,000 ta ul. Despite forewall for the score and then only to be thrown back to his Ing til le team 69 yards In 18 contact. this wee. and .tuck mix up the defence. They favor '",---: ",..."-. 4"", .

!the 150-odd miles distance added, a perfect extra point. 30 on '* dead ball foul. He tries, a 5.5 yard average. Elder to scrutinizing: the Wildrat offense the outside belly plays 4"'", J!'"

Involved it appeared > The tally came, with 46 seconds was trying to pass out of the_ carried 87 yards, by virtue of and defense as they prepared the quick pitch to a .speedy

that Bradford supporters out- l left in the first period. >hole when disaster struck. a 40 yard sprint In 15 tries I for the Class A championship : halfback and the end sweep ,
numbered the Bloodhounds' His second just a few They will runt a 5-3-3 defense f' .. 'I
came The plucky little, quarterback and a 5.8 yard average. Falcon contest. They were .
hometown fans., minutes later after the Tornadoes was hit. In the head on carried for 52 yards in IS In pads only Tuesday and Wed- ; the tackles will be split -
At any'rate the Tornado wide but their bent. lineman. ,'
had held the surprised >the play before the Hounds carries Including his two TD nesday but even them the :
made knore noise in what guard Jim Burke, -
fans 200-pound
Hounds on four downs. Falcon scored, however, and the Tornado romps. coaches took no chances on ; I
almost alngle-handedly! offense may have lost Bloodhound speedster Jerry last minute injuries.The ...
and tense game of the season. Bl yards, with the aid of n some of its confidence. Starko's Green, a 9.6 man on the 100- Wildcats are a "lot like their best tackle", 19Vpountl 'r/' :, -
Falcon engineered the nrsl l Jim bent I I" at mkl'lleguard< ''f.
penalty, for the TD. defense however, came yard (\dash was limited to eight Palatka," according to CotuhHurse. .4
Tornado TD,after tackle Jim They also have Big John Camel -
; He went over from eight through by holding the speedy yards in six carries by the They are big and .
Blood- tackle, to throwIn I I ....\'r "
;Godwin pounced t on a around 220-pound ;,. .
yardi out on a sprint Btoodihound backs and e hard slAngy Tornado defense. Halfback strong and outweigh the Tor- -'\
'bound fumbJe *t tbe.SQ yard right end, anil 1 again added the charging line to only two more Danny Wood was the nadoe* about like Palatka. the line along with Morris
)Ine midway the! first period. point ater. lie had gotten a first downs. leading Hound rusher with 59 I They have a line that averages June., 20O and Itandy Bennett -, <)iiart,iu'k l i-niilil>> 1 K.ilion; turnn. the rnrnrr, .... Auliurn-

Charging. fullback, Mickey Ag- first down at. the eight on a Linebacker Leaton Morgan yard In nine carries and Wieg- r. around 190 pounds two fine 190 All are big, lit rang. ll.tlr'x llo.thsund'' a," III .More* the firot uf MH two Tl>',. In
)ier worked the ball moat of 13 yard sprint around left end intercepted a. Wlegert pas at ert passed for 52 yards.STATISTICS ends, a superlative fullback. and tough. the Tnrmuti..' 11-7 '''t..ry' In II.' ." (''kw A ,oemi-fliml fur, II...
C the way to. the goal with runs from the 21. This drive took the .Stark 20 to end one and two halfback*that can out. ,Ends Harold McClellan'l. 173 tali* i"IIIIIIIm"IIII', | | .

Just six plays plus the penalty threat. As it turned out the BUS Aub. run anything tile Tornadoescan a Junior and Skip Cause' a I TinUIIIIU.IUK. littliiiiiirtirhurk| & tarked on t".. e\tm

against Auburndale, for rough- pass cacne on fourth down and First Downs 13 9 field a fine 200 pound 183 pound senior are tough .point kirk for all II ItllS ,><>...i... I'huto by dimly \\ixMlfMirn.BHS .
rnE BIGOT POINT' tor' the lug' Falcon after the whistle.Falcon' Morgan would have been 20 KtMhbig. 13 5Passing guard and three big strong and hard' to handle. Both are

"way you mite. Come ta and running abtack net yards better. oft to have drop- 0 3 Fullback Mickey Agner picks tackle good blacken on offense and

:eelect ;your frorlt' E9TERBKOOK ted 238 yards a* the Bloodhounds << ped the ball, but the Interception Penalties 2 1 UP some of the 99 ;yard he "A real fine fullback who good at containing backs going I vanity'and JV contests(
fountain pea., TELE-!: gave up on one thingto ended the scoring' threat. Yds. Gained :238 135/ I haa gained about 1,400 or 1- around the end.Auburndale Cagers
gained leadingrusher
as a- The Rebels>>> are unbeaten in
:Teleaapb,. protect against 'the !little Falcon led his team 25: yardi Running 238 102 gaines the Bloodhound lint 60O yards this: year" is the> 14-7 victim-yn twtt(: tames this x'a--on ana

quarterback' deadly arm. He on quick dives as he ate up Pausing 0 62 Friday. The clashing fullback way Coach Hume describes Bradford lost week beat Wau- Play Santa Fe Tuesday night whipped P K
tried ,but five aerials and had ,the clock. The Hounds got' the Passes Compl'td. 0-5 8-15/ also did .* fine Job block- Bob Olbbs a 183 pound Wildcat chula 13-6 in regular' season. '
I Vonse 63-42. They -< ot!' d 79
'two Intercepted. One of the ball for the last time with 1:37laf : Passes: Int. 'by 2 2 Ing1. Photo by Reeney Moore. senior. play and Barlow shut out the Saturday NightBradford points in ,MHiudly troun 'inn;
misplaced passes handed the t In the game and made one Yd*. Penalized 6 5 65/ "The hardest runner, we've : Wildcat 13-0 for their only
FLORIDAiTHEATRE North Marion In t:icu opnei'
Hound their only touchdown first down on a series of side! Fumble lost 1 2 laced" Ia anomer descriptionof two defeats"
picked off the the second high. End Eddie 1 tough .caire-s, will hosi last week
Billy Dalley line paswes. Punt 4-21 3-33 Clbbs. He had "You can't judge a
and halfback good speed Fe', Rebi. In their Coduh Wumcv, Al:,. '
Douglas Dwight Santa second -
pass Intended for end Eddie Wiegert completed three of Score by Quarters: and balance and team like Wauchula. on the
fan can expect ,
Elder each had four tackles or the! seaSOn at t.i,' Casern' won their &''p' Tucduy -
35 and sam
Douglas at the the short aerials for one first Bradford 7 7 0 0 14 him to the ball ,the basis of a single mutual opponent
ran It back
,there It took the Hounds bulled In and forced a penalty, Touchdowns: 3 tackle: mlddleguard Andy chula Mick to
: Showtime-Weekdays 7 five plays, theywere, sot !back when the Hound quarterback Bradford Falcon 2, run Mayton also 3 and 2 assists, past perform

: Sunday 3:00. Saturday 1 !by a Ave yard backs-ln-motion Intentionally grounded the of 7 A 8 yds. EPFalcon 3, and tackle Jim Oodwtn had :2 .t:)

: THURS. FRI. SAT. penalty. to get the TD. Pullback ball. That penalty automatically kick tackles and :3 assists.At .
Henry Clifford', score coat the-dawn IfV 1 2 one point in the game
plus yards. Auburndale Henry ,, I
:. Dec. 16. 17.'i'rogramjjrj9Duke 18 came with 1:37: left in the On fouithdown with less than yd. run. IDP- Herbert kick. Tllley made four tackles In a STORE IS PACKED \WITH I

Do ble.Feature., third, period from two yards I a minute left Wlegert htt; Dall row. Captain' Butch ,Bedding
'out. Billy Herbert added the lauded for his offensive work.' Christmas i
But Good Enough was In only three play at

mlddleguard. his regular post,
..,. I"'"
but made two tackles. He was

Hurse Says Auburndale Effort held out on defense because

301 of his twice Injured knee but

he was plenty spry Friday; he

I DRIVEINOpen : Not One Of Tornadoes Best"It made the Hounds the two were tackles running while

away from him.Receive.

7:00 was not one of our better Sexton was completely satis Stars

Show Time 7:15: efforts of the year. even fled with the blocking of his Each game BUS coaches
though it .la a play-off game three guard. Steve Tllley, award players stars to put on I
l and Auburndale had, a fine of- Roger Chilson, and Leaton their helmets for making a I
75e Students 60e fense." BUS Head Tornado Morgan and center Butch key play. Against Auburndale,

Children Under 12 Free I I David Hurse said In retrospect bedding. The guards did a real they handed out 11. I

of the 14-7 win that sent his good job trapping the Blood- Joyner got one for hU pas ;
a Plus FlU.. SAT.. SUN. unbeaten squad Into the state hound tackles. The Tornadoline Interception as did Leaton ,

Dec. 17, 18. 19 championship game. sprung fullback Mickey Morgan. Godwin and Douglas Dearborn Heaters At Unbelievable

I Triple Feature Program "Don't misunderstand." he Agner loose for M yards and received them for thetwo

hastened to add. "Our boys halfback Dwight Elder loose fumble recoveries. Fumbles

Now" tflSN IaIaIa played a good game but for 87 most of it up the mid- I and Interceptions" are standard Buys : 1
they're capable of playing better dle and off tackles. I star winners. I ,
wIth... story.baud M :
." Just such an attitude on "They 'the guards] trapped l : Exception or timely blocks 2'>'- BTUSLADE'S ,
bUstwIng btt-sU.. the part of Burse's players as better than anybody' done all also merit! a player a star to 7 40,000 r. u -- --- --
well as the coaching staff la said. wear. Tllley was awarded one = - '
year long.: Sexton -.::== ,
one reason! the Tornadoes are Of Bradford standout center for the block which sprung I jrr: :: = ,
11-0 this season. and mlddleguard Butch Redding Joyner loose on his pass Interception '

.-.E "The two wee: lay-off hurt, 'considered a top college return. Roger Chllson : H BltIlem" 'Ajn
-. as we knew It would due to prospect: by BItS coaches, won two Friday; he also had n l "
the fact that we didn't scrim Sexton said: one.on the same pass Interception -

::Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. mage.No "fan he who added.witnessed the probably"Their the middleman best' we! have was tackled a and Hound another receiver" when he so CHRISTMAS ,) Ii:t fj :""i fU! :JI

;* Dec. 19 20, 21, 22 hard it jarred the ball !lool't!. I .
exciting semi-final game In faced all year long and Butch SPECIAL .38 FH ::
.. Auburndale last Friday has did. real good job on ?him." Fullback Mickey Ajjner. who II --

JOSEPH E11VINf been heard to
.. satisfied with the victory. But his defense with making a star when he blocked Hound : $ c---
CARROU.BAHERmm( Coach Hurse 1 is shooting for good effort. end Clyde RIffgtru as he rushed H if -

the top and Is satisfied only "We aorta thought with the Falcon on a pass. Rio-gins'

... with the beet: knowing they WOOd speed Auburndale had was put flat. on his back,:

have a real tough team the they would score but It was coaches say" a* Agner "really I Buy Today--Limited Selection --- Lowest Price Ever
UI Il"- "__ Tornadoes have been talking Just through a pass Interception unloaded.
ii ri1 ........- about the state championship. that they got rood position A ner also won one for the'

'Ius all season long.' and did score" the defensive key block that cleared the way i i

Hurse does however credit line! coach added. Thenit for Falcon'a TD run. Elder Fantastic Heater Buy Slade's Xmas Specie!

Auburndale with having the took: the Bloodhounds five Joyner. who won two stars,I 4i
best offensive attack of any plays to go'lO' yards against won them on Falcon's second"
15,000 25,000
team the Tornadoes have taCO] the tough Tornado defense. TD run. Joyner threw the.
defensive first block that cleared: the

ed"They this season.gained more yardage Key toy Griffith were play pointedout tackle way Stars and Elder the. second I. DEARBORN HEATERSlade' !DEAR CRH HEATER%
are not awarded rromco.ches'
Jim Godwin' fumble recoveryIn
on us than anybody but they ,
the first which started memories during a,'
# had: that good offense and
1' their defense was second onlyto the TornadSpes' on their way game. but each effort must
A tr.88
AlsoBOIiBY Lake City." the BU Tornado to their first TD.; Godwin has be documented In the game $ I

VINTON ald. The Hounds are the I been amazing on the loose films. Christmas $1.88, Fantastic /1 ,

t In only team to break 100 yards football; true junior tackle 1 I
ItPclffwtlt'] SURF PARTY rushing against Tornadoes; even recovered two in practice STUDENT Special 'a' Buy ..
they had 102: on the ground this Tuesday. COUNCIL
and 62 pasting.Hurse Another key defensive play

! IBM Computer the Tordado; was distrusted passing attack.with pass was halfback Interception Bandy and Joyner's his (Continued From Page' 1) I OTHER TERRIFIC BUYS C 0';' DEARBORN GAS HEATERS

but by no means haa he any crashing :26 :yard. return to the the school bin lot at A p.m. I
1 I Training-With a Future! less confidence In that potent Hound :39. Eddie*, Douglas and J leave at S::3O. Everybody

I IBM Key e Machine: I IPouch weapon. The Tornadoes ran fumble recovery on the Tornado Li asked to participate. I Check With Slade For Free Estimates
( WirIng' 50 offensive plays Friday night 19 In the second period to Cathy WhMehead" reportedthat on Any Heating Problem
but passed only five times and end a Hound comeback also she h.td taken three bids I
S Compote e ComputerOp.ratlous two of those were Intercepted."I rates at the top of the defen- for the printing of the bandI'I j
Program ._' books. A .... ''
think If we came upon abe dfe company Home of
mint For latormaUonTWs TUl. led ook*. A wa decided J
Steve y
throw as "
I them again we
gUt 4ppr.v.dTralnlng - I well as we can against anybody the Tornadoes In tackle I Friday on. I, 1: and Service
r- TVnigla* aM that
else." Hurae says; "It wa Just with eight and five as- Jimmy .
! C1aM NeW' Fermlai I I Neal ....-.----... one of those nights when sists. Mickey Agner. the other IIl\I1M cMe. till had no represent | .'

.. ..... linebacker had two tackles said atlwa but they could !
.. far
d iel Coll AMra* - I everything :you try as
, Florida T. g1M 332 W. ;MADISON I'HONB: 961-7701 \
still elect them time. !
RiversU AT. I Cttf .................._.... I our passing warn concerned nine asslsta. Falcon an a.ce any i, S'4RE1.

\: JacksonrilU.' Florid A...,.... ...-............. I goes Offensive against Line you.'' "Coach Mike 1 defensive tackle and back three also asabU had. five fox TCLKGRATU.Plastic: N ebok J3JO at the]C C5 OXCNie C C* C C CI'IQ C C e .: I Ij

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DEC. 9. 1963! k

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In Opener Winter' town. In: fact people from you our nice city. I will' be glad same as I do. t
Haven Scribe Draws Ire world. stronger than hate : from the public In
large come to Starke to to buy you and your wife a
Sincerely :yours.Charley I stronger than evil. stronger early mailings and the use of t
play golf on our golf course as steak or whatever you may desire S. Johns than death and that the I zip codes on as many letters

Cage Trounce Of Bradford In 'Ant Hill' Article in they the say state.It Is one of the best If to you eat have while any you manhoodor are here. I State 13Ui DistrictAnd Senator I Bethlehem Blessed Ufa over which 1.900 began years In I and"You parcels may call as possible.964-6401. the

i We'\ have a very modernlootbaU principal; In you whatsoever -i to add our own two ago Is the image and brightness Starke post office telephone

Winter I atadlum of which: wear after you have seen our cents worth The | of the 'Eternal Love'? for alp code numbers, or -
Haven I Telegraph present
I Oak I Dally News; of the CIty' of Starke. Starke )pYbud.: It U one of the beat city I hope
Live will be
52-37 Chief sportswriter Bob Havl-; has a population of around &.- llirhtel' HelcU! in the State of enough to retract you man humbly suggests that sportseditor I i Then you can keep! Christmas. a list for zip coding Ifyou
your slurring Havlland. And U you keep it for a day have several "
land drew the Ire of Starkltes 000 fine people at his earl- you need.
so you can sea rcrlJa.: We arc proud of I
very remarks. I
this week by referring to we are a little largerthan an ot'r team resent with everything cut convenience Interview Au- why not always? Bat you Karen arid "Our window

Bradford' 1985 cages wor; .- Starke as a North Florida "ant hill." We have some of th" ,reco :.1 artj they: coaches have made.and of / I have In me. the remarks burndnta on the topic of "HOW I cannot keep It alone Christ clerks will be glad to help you
in I'
town your paper and I antsure IT FEE1S TO SIT DOWN must abide In heart. I with this at the time of mall
eir opener Tuesday nigh t f r "about the size of an the finest motels and rest au. IN ever your
7-37 over live Oak and Coach! / ] r I ant hill." rants. Including a one hundred In Su It 'III'e have a very Bradford that every). citizen' in AN ANT HIU..'" I Yes Christ is the Answer! ,, inn your parcels if you are unable -
Barney Adlclnson wraP;: ; upfis ; In writing his begrudging room Holiday Inn. In our City milrrn''falr: farmer's': market with I County: feels the I I to supply them earlier.

first game and first win. a, account of the Tornadoes' vic that you will find in the StaU "< buildings on tl\e Post Office
? ftrouryl
in this
11I' locaone'
BUS cage mentor. tory over AuburndaJe last Fri of Florida. Also we have some. tr '1. of the best fairs:In- Recent Births
Hours ExtendedFor
| The Tornadoes outacored t! day night. Havlland said: : of the nicest. service stations It.'tlata'et. .tlorlda 1,' Christ Is

dogs, In every quarto:\ "Starke. a city In North you wlU find In the entire n' ';1(. .' held Holidays Mr. and Mrs. i EUah Lawton

McLeod brothers, WaiPaul. Florida about the size of an United! States. Youngblood. Hampton a son
the ; ant hill, was not chosen for Starke located Whave" .. Florida> 111,11., ..y The Bvett Darrcll. Dec. 4.
:d paced: win Is. on U. 9. r Answer POM/ master T. C. Haxon Jr.
ayne. a 6-2 JUll 4 r. led tht7.ht.s the site of the division final, 301 and State Road 100. W. ne'rC slot Ion .that services hat announced that window' Mr.\ and Mrs. Leobardo Dl-
tt was not expected: to be haves. five dr:-six surrounding. onhlo Ramos Jr.. a son John
sjorlnj:: 1a1'Ji i 17 point- \ vrryatlve Chamber; c:'.'\tlC'J' ; nyRev. services at the Slarke poi
r>He Paul a .8-1 sophomore chosen. Besides a football of Commerce with a ''Very,pro"cmclve rn&; office will. be expanded for the I I",,amon. Dec 2.
field Starke has a couple of i manager. are bsinr formulate' 1 Charles Harvey Mr. end! Mrs.
the teboun3! :! 'with: ii\ In ad'dltlqn t"r ti holiday season. Clarance

uard dreg Rcd-iLjh hat: as stations and a post office.";' ',\to numerous'InSeprod-, .1. and: wvTtruction of a'mUt. Pastor First Baptist Church The windows will bo oprnj Wayne Moore- Starke. a sou.

t>Into and 8 fp'ieimtfs\ for th That did it!-and irate merchants, wR r have *;-Wlwi tuin3'poslwm.: fobe. quarter -school : r all tiny Suturd.ty. Dec! Ill: j jVVeUnwlny. Clifton Wayne Dec. S.
ll't.I' .
Drnadofi and ruar:1'l'Jromeflrlcge : ; ters have been pouring In Dixie Pood-" Mora, a Food 1'a11'tol't CpK>mis : Tbe Couaty Lawtey. Fla. : l>rc. 15. Saturday.: >! --

played!: : a sood Hoc;: Hnvian1: : this week from clicjnsriou I !, and!-three. Jacluon HurtIt for a',site dnerarf Vhlch looking --. Dec. IS; Wednesday\ U.'O. 23.: rala RIGHT POINT for Uaway.
Star kit**. Matketi' '. on to build a r
me Bath h? and Bsditshoe mUUoI'dofla( I 'new KEEPING CHRISTMAS 1 truly kee1C1u1 and Friday 1>rc. :24. provt-in; way *.. writs Como IB and
It 'if'main! *,i for Dr. Joseph ; cOurlliouj-. bt.maR. AI" I
the b'll :l'ev'raI! time We-helle. ) 1\1" of\she ntefs' 1 Alter almost: 9,000 yours the same iKivlcet! at on t reitularwprkrtnys nvtort. yet favvrtto. ESTERHKOt !' -.,

|'Tin v.-eU peu: .!';;.. although Fi-rdyce It iivwljr named pre..l. |'1 ttl'1 \r\a.\ ; C": .' ntry Clolh 'yog 1 Mr, ,to)tavtsndr'X. 1II\Ant\ to eic- II I Itl'n.t ,!lnct Uu birth of our precious: the willing strongest to believe th.t Love a.. ,, from 8:30: a. m. toj I ;'. Fountain P-, TELaolur. -'
nt of AlachutiBradfordJun1.r "ypd.'an' thing
made! jnUtakns! ," Ceurhflitlnson d'' the win flhd In 111e !Stalconsidering' or.P'l"r1oitt com to 'Stark Invitation hi Lord JeawCli.t.t, as- we remember !- & In HUM 15 p. m. i, ...
Calletre.: speaking to > ..I\d\ let ,
: said of bra new i>-am.W'e lit size :Jo{ ,ort have1 m ,, the physical: birth 0'1 The postmaster! requests co. '
fi re the Rotary: Club her an' o OPart $lt7 -to show ;
1 ,
food good In ei : was not the otliiln of ,
added bu*. atdh'.i! squad\ ) W nnesday.: to make the clevjit : ', I I Chi 1st. rather we read.. lu John I, I may I.. .
reply to tJis ."x>rts writ-1 I h0TlreiOI"' '
bowed the usual" first gum'iggedness. ;r's slur. In sMten: \\f .h.r.hr; \I.tII..lirtn that.' :!,1( ,11,117 a* 'f..1 t )n'm, pnlit on IL: "In the. boKlnnlng was the One Year's Free Service
complimenting ( '
Ke also aid the 8arke *>nr. .tf>nb. to a rjinj. I"' cr... the' Aoulh.rty'righl...1'.way Word and the Word was with. ( save you up to
on Ill gildlron prowess r.. tin. of th. /1nrl.
ayers harp the first arm ,JUjtrs rtowr* ""ntr.dfa caua. *. .... Houmorn God and the Word was God." |
and f many other assets. Dr n"ntlw** TS-Kl .0all'o. d, t hpn,'.
and were probably a little )o'oMYcelei! : t.ii..trt "f RriMfor( .*! fftunt)1.tiwCircuit, ,+"'10...' runS.. ..rtji .t ."..kr.>.. n.'Ie since he and they ,Ise. I will ".ll i'hm,' bt IR..wcon'ta \Vat ullmar. make man in our Image after
You marie- mountain out .. !)rot''M1> ( aim.rt .did'ntilh, .. .
Pt used tovh,/ other in 'In 11/; /"nl Cnuntv: I.inr.. .llrht ..)' our likeness" I lOenesls 1:341:: I BZilS.fw.r,
about IHi" il.1' ( )
of fi> > .
t hill ,
I *'i ant I" '''n. d rrA.q: j *t ti> '" (taint -an I
.. .Ar ; 1 t''., Ood was' speakltiK tu llln
Among 1h lnq rh .. ? .. tlght.At
the many replies'to "t tJi., :I\t.\ 801l'j
\ r I.p ": llM''Af the .fnreno.htl.nrA. thousand of years before
lr .
: .1rlh ,
HitvKand that of Senator Nt .
1.a wa ,To u'triln, t 'yd'l, r."...;. ,:J' .rppl; '91dtd and .Ia. d, ,pnlnl' manger scent and a.i we rommamurstr financingand
Charity K Johrtt. -ho wrote) I :." Rr..Irwl-l''' lorl"; I til>f* g MHi/l'/ ..f b.l -
'un'' t'llI'tl11
ivrr: Mr Hatliand: : i I I.e.. I h.* Ina. ,lift ,,nA, llop:rtwr'i .., / _AAf. ..e t"i In. ;d:ren' :>I..rth *- HU corning' to insuring
Wayne Mrfer-d Ii 1 .
urorr u 11 the fr! .h. l Ut
41 a U4 ravel) that
U Rc l Si"" I .. : lilai'lii' u ';. "".li
of he 17 olr.ly/ lie bucket. I hove> re-ad your story ofStarke' "C..rr1'l.:. WAT. : ....I'1 v ..,.. !it
'Ii'.C"", T Itl.a1 ( Ae .1'-1.' t tIH Is Its blrthJ.Us. that we are
_ In the IIor.utf"td tatrrV openIng victory over Auburn .\' "' I 1,,. 11, R. .A. [',.'b'.n..l 7",. ri.fr. .,..r'W, ...t.I"t'; \ .nf '.. ....... to honor although nil one 'I your next car
ale with a great deal of !In- r .an' 'h'l. 1
game: win urrr Lh. O.kFuotHiay frest and "I'': ., II:.. : .: :, I ,| ..*>. ew a,. ..twilit, { ell." knows the exact:' date of HU .
particularly what "L. Ak ahmit th SUta
night in the BUS''I I rnivtiit n 7'.IC. ',* birth. I U Is inn
Hwillon t. \ It loin.' a date set ustde! In ,
T'i'vAnhm 7
Sottth .
> .. Mnnnc' PUu
Farm Car
tym. MrLraJ wee lu I Ir.<1-'I you had to say In regard to N'agN '." :II.'. .Uni "..,d i ..f .eennpe $egt ill] r...l Honor of sane I IYet. for' uNd .
'lOUT t< a new or tern.h
Ing while hU brother, fair city. tb'.nt'. ylnld,.. t."C'KI"l'INO' ri*< Mouth tit '
acotrr ,
.. !In
Ihvtrfrom. itr al.minura'r7! .*. keeping Chl'lslm"s.1|I .... .....
Paul, thtrading .::1 J It >In beyond my comprehen- rilrnil"rl..hl t ..( net ***4 Creed g h./
a sophomore Waat .
WM .. fl are
w''" ? <). F. n point: you\ ullllnif to forget what ,
harley rebounjrr:! with II..,,, lion to understand why the pnrtl.m .th''..r..C .it.nr..ua.aM ...y..,..., t1 Ikakaa. rrh'' :,r".,,? si 4..1' you have don for other ,'eo- ,I>
Photo by llerney :Moore. J I powerful press will distort ,..'h..d I(1..11 I., !'... ..<. IJT mlhutl't.eonnda frfo, ;a |....rant: pie and to remember. wha"oth.r !
the truth Ilk did In .1111,1 H..t til*
Ee you your Hrldfnrl >W.. .
I r-nunir. ririrliln.' .t.lyr/gbt.of-w.y.lla.n' people! have done for !,
account of Starke'a defeat Tti. al"lo Roa a Oft,'. tha"ia run to ,
game situation. Nbrih'ilf..t( it th" ..rtll. you; Ignore what tlitf world )
I over Auburndale. S degree. II mlnut
Johns r NU\ f m HH't of .fttlnn 17 owes you and to think what I
a g n4a Kaat
Gary Hamilton scored 10 clung aal l
I |4. Tnan.hlp
1 realize that Starke I.t not T Mnuih. ''Kane. I
rla-ht-frf-w.r line III f... you owe the world; to put I tf..
I points In the 24-8 JV win for a wealthy community like I rl Runt, ",.dh""' County t 1 to your
this question: I I 3tarke.I becaune po'.I.I.' lls"l'FPTINt: ,,,.,.. ratal Of "kidttnln' rTh..tk.r In the background and t''J '
yours e do not have .
front .. ,
rgnro.A duties In
/ghlpr.wex your the middle din*
his part year I had al I the wealthy citrus Industry uf ft. 1 X.( 1', LLe11rA.A.! : ter.u, .w. I lance atH rhanrr-n to doa |
Friday Services or h.rgfl.r
racked windshield to kupport our economy, but ., i"' nn, fI' i"n replaced hflng airllMd.ip'. ".1.,r any nt more thin: your duty i iMERRIIT ,
Are we do exist In the mate of In th .MVV, t>f lh. them, .
a $150 collision repair ScheduledFor Florida. VMS. of Hiwllvn II. Townthtu and ..',net..rlt.%.H f ,Ih,..",,, flour.. lit the foreground; to see' thAt I

ill. and a $1200 liability Mrs. McLean T l"ull lt.r<*. tl KuM.: llr...- .'rlb" .ov> Let me enlighten you and.:! {<.d| Couniy. rl.nld..rd b... any of
lalm tkrm.. and all'1 flaluro now real as you are and to try to
paid. Can Ins
an incur 'ni' .I r .. ,
:.live you a very brief resum* ] ixrih-uUrly t liirrllicr h.'*.tI. .. I
r attaeK HrWiLLIAMS
.. to locc! behind
nr uH their faces *
to lhrlr
net company cancel the Mtss Flora B. :McLean. 6 3. a TAIlow"! 'In connection with. Anterlran-ntiide hike with American brake.

!icy if a driver hall t toe died Tuesday night at her C..m.n.rnrnrr ..f tlio nt vn'i IK.*: Northwifil.I' ., ."..... ......,,- the |iarrali) hearth'lntry, for joy. an I All repair work and part available.
Mrs and Mit-llon" place the
Margaret Howe
any claims home in In Keystone HrUhU' : tl ruwnehlp l T 1C..tlt. "H' .n.. Any portion. nt tA..bore I emphasis not on 117! N. U'lilnut St. All Hirer" including trlk !*.
after a sudden Illnctw! Born In Mrs. Elizabeth Onxiberg. both ft E..l, liraitfupj Cavnlyi. arrtb4 parcel, lyina" ? .lthln. I what you are going to get out *
of KI,, .. the rlgtil|.or-.. .r of life Phone 9i)() I 539: t'AR Choice of Nlantlurd or deluxe models.
Bradford. Pa.. Dec 7. 190X Keystone; and 'lr3. Janet I riiU. lh n.' rim !Hurlh\ lK / x u a but what you are going !ito -
Charey! E. Johns of..,... 01 ".INwtea I' .._.. lllvhw.y N... ",. Wide selection of ucce...norleUKPAIKINCi .
Dot-rue of Buffalo. K. Y .. itlve to /life; to clone yaw'book
she had lived In Keystone for ..,. l,llil' fet ai 4 ala, In dlllon. thereto, I
l lu
Agency the pant four years an] was a Funeral service will to* held i on IK. v..t.r Ile. of *point t-i. all. .Ih. (nod*. obattl anilpertwnal of complaints against the ) 1 I IS olin SI'KCIALTY"SIMPSON'S '
member of the Communty at 10 a. m. Friday' in Jones! I H...il JOB t d.fi.. run .....th.'- pru|"*.rt* herNe.l1*. manauemMit of the unlverM. [ STATE FARM
Ml: S. Walnut St. Church. J Mrmoilal Chapel\ in Starker .ly alnna. .j..td ,*..,.. lift. nn dnrlb4.. all ...,.., b.t,r and look around you for place ;

PHONE Ptif-0201 Surviving are three sister.+r with Dr. A. C. Holt officiating Ih th.. "erg..."h.of .A.,rnrv. Martag!p..nr a.r.dt v. to|. *holly. | awna4* ,....by_Hitn sad, ,In nf aaltf theirlifttv where,, you can now seed of I..IIC! MUTUAL BICYCLE SHOP

Burial, will be in Bradford. Pa. .u. or sit* TI r..>. a '.11 f''.'. 'h....-* run "Mould' .d', IIt..r. Florida' ,. do thru things.. In the Spiritof I .. Office. loomlncton. / / 2:11: H. Wnlnul' Street Starke. Fla.
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g t'v' t" 9 I, li4urr: <:,,Krhrt.nni >., 117 ww: Groceries and The Best Meats To Be Found Anywhere .

l ,- .,,, ,. ,t I i -Le.rhtrt=: ..P.nrqFbghirl Ir'n,1P' P.n.a71..rA.rt I III iJ PlAiwot"JU"o"..uo..wn. I We Trust This Decision Meets With Your Approval and That Your Fine, Appreciated -

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:: I STARKE BUILDERS recent ad that the store wouldbe -

. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ; OPLN DEC. 27 I closed Monday. Dec. 27, was

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Starke Builders Supplies will an error. t:'
I be closed Saturday, Dec. 25
I and Saturday Jan 1, but wl. Plustlo Notebook 4.50: al the j

be open for business on Monday fFI.EGRAPHSOUTHERN S
rt'opl ''fI-DrIU Pltasant Grove :Methodist Dec 27. The notice in I CHRISTMAS FRUIT

Mrs, Viola Peoples of 537 Church, Qtaike Immediately t h I 0v

S W. 7th Place QalnesvlLe after the wedllng the reception 4

has announced the engagement will be held: at the home '1tI c; :
and; approaching; mar- 3! the brli'e' p3r.nts. All re- U BOXES ,

riage of her daughter. Atlene, atlvcs and friends of the ,
coue -
to John Wesley Britt of Law "-' au invited. S}) I

tey He la the grandson of Mr. Artmon Tyson of Starke announces WANTS YOU TO HAVE A f YOU TAKE YOUR PICK J

of and Law Mrs ley., Charlie Stubb. also approaching the engagement and c. fl MERRY CHRISTMAS :J

marriage of hi(
Miss Peoples Is a graduatt daughter Velma to Maruln fI WHY PUT OFF CHRISTMAS: SHOPPING[ [ : 9I t c: Ship by Fast Railway Express
of Lincoln High School anc: 1J
Grant son of Mr. and Mrs Jo UNTIL PAY DAY? I
Florida Memorial ,
College St
Tylar Grant Sr. of Jackson
Augustine. She is teacher ai "
a vi'e.'! The bride-elect is th : ,:) ,
A. L. Mebane ElementarySchool
daughter of
Artmon Tyson
Alachua. the late Rebecca nm Tui .f ti bu. bu.
Tyson She 1a 1- 1/2 $2.95.1 $4.95ORANGES '
The prospective bridegroom graduate of Edward Waters Cash Length of Total I

born in Lawtey graduated! College and is employed as an I I Advance Contract Charges

from RJE High School and Instructor In Putnam County.Mr. Holiday Inn I -lZt
Florida Memorial College. St Orant is a senior in Edward Manager Congratulated $25.76 90 Days & I

Augustine! He Is employ at I Waters College The Mike Mtiirdivtint (Mf'C'Olld! from left) of r.lr.>miirn, ;\11.|...... one of the owner of 51.52 90 Days 2.4R

Cape Kennedy wedding: will' be an event of Holldty: Inn of Sturke, rmiifratUat. general numug-rr/ David'' Coats and ills wife

A December 26 wedding at December 19 in Pleasant Orove Fhlrh-y, at a recent banquet<| honoring the mtumgiMiient .stuff who earned national 100.0] 90 Days _4.90 I
the home of the bride-elect hasbeen
Methodist Church. Starke at recognition/ lit, the Holiday Inn An-uml Conf! "ren<>e. At left l IN J. C. Wllbourn flf
planned. The ceremony 4 p. m. A reception will follow Meridian co-owner with Stunllvi.nt In four LOANS UP TO $600
will Recreation take place News at 4 p, m. I immediately nt the home F. .loner (right| ), operation manager Of "the five Holiday Inn. owned" Inn. and franchises operated. and by Karlo Stur- I f Produce Market l' fFOR f
of Mr. and: Mrs. Albert Tyson illtunt. Wllbourn. and : Dowling's
Jones, I"?
The Reno Recreation Director uncle and aunt of the bi Ida- than !! nwjor: award were received' In competition with Southern Discount Company
more OnoIoliday Inns In the U. S. ,
Johnnie Jackson is
planning elect. Relatives and friends of Open only Mime' O tober I, the Stance Inn

: to supervise a variety of I the couple are Invited. will not eligible for competition" but Coats vows, "They'll know we're In the running
activities during these winter In IU66." PHONE 964-0101 116 S. WALNUT ST.
Mrs. Geradlne! Common an- ,
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days The center is well heat- -- ....-
nounces the engagement and
ed for the comfort of all who School BoardTo the Starke market at an over
approaching marriage of her
attend. daughter Dora Lee. to Rev. L. all average of 16.49 per pound\i

Parents are Invited to come C. Gamble of Jacksonville. The Restudy This Is a sharp decline In vol. tu- ?:eC, ez: a '

help supervise for the physical wedding will take place at 2 ume from tha 1964 season a. a ..- ,_,
growth and good sportsman December 12 in Greater Needs when 159,780 pounds were sold, '7'7_ .
ship. p.Allen Space and 1963 which had a gross of, _
Chapel AME ChuI'chwith .
School-News 136.693 pounds. The 19G4 (
( aver SIRDi fQUQ R.
Rev. L. A. Sampson officiating _
The RJE Tigers and Tiger- The public is In Continued( From Page One] age price was 24.20 cents.

ettes will play Friday night. vited. less cost in another type Market Manager Phi t
Dec. 10. Each Interested Cronkhlte attributed .
person Church News building.! the de .
in helping to win the crease In prices this year to
Pleasant Orove Methodist Commissioner Jessie Chas-
is Irwlted to attend and low quality of nuts in
Church School will begin at tain said "If the School Board ome HASTINGS MATTRESS SAUt
cheer team.Engagements places and a bigholdover of; Insurance Problems? CIIRISTAUS GIFTS j MALE HELP WANTED
your 10 a. m. with all classes in can be included In our new nuts from I& UPHOLSTERY WORKS I Ready mix concrete, concrete I SEWING MACHINES Men In good health ace 21
the last two
their respective:: plac:s. The courthouse I'm in favor of It." years Call The Man From block, house piers sand cement -
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tyson tin Lemon St. PalatkaI SINGERS. '20. $''0. $80. to CO. 8 hour day, 5 days week.
staff of teachers Is asking; pAr- Roberts told Casey to re- "Keystone"j I : mortar mix rock steel TERMS A-1 SEWING MACHINE Two weeks paid vacation,
announce the approaching Furniture Repaired! I
I College Head eyster shell "merock. roof
ents to please send your children study his space requirements George E. LaRue EXCHANGE.. INC. state retlreuient aaa Social
marriage of their daulthter.MaO' & Refinished
out to Church School: "" Speaks Here Kffftime Heights Security.
Bell to Charlas Walker. ..
: MATTRESSES REBUILT !:NOR_ CO Phone 9842521.t'RANCH : .
All children: who have not Frank George for further
Mia Tyson Is student at Cape I I Consultant For All Your 'It"rlt!' tfrhqINa I VILLE. FLI'REE PARKINGAT Personnel Department
Kennedy Business College received readings and who: consideration by the board at t IContinued From Pane One) Insurance" Needs. New Innersprings STORE. land Training Center, P. O.

Mr.1 '' would like to pal tlclpnte in the I a later meeting and fox Springs i I St 12'23' Box 1150 Octneaville. 4tchg
Walker\ flrartulI"! o.; Representing I
Lane College of Jackson Tenn. I' Christmas program pleased] I died Rotarian and guests including Or..af.m..rlfO"n In*. Co. Drop It A Card or Call AT nri urEi; > RATES!! I 129

The wedding will bs contact Rosa De3ue, Shirlle Public MeetingOn county and city officials TSe' Traveler ln". CM.M : I PAI.ATRA KA': BCTOAFT AUTO FIKK.': BO\T I FOR RENT: FURNISHED OR
solemnized I Tyson, or Mary CummlngRev. ,.- of Bradford and Alach- 1 473-4692 Day o P. M. DOYLE R.': CONNFK I UNFURNISHED: 4 bedroom ,
December 18 at 7 p. m. D. J. F. Williams, pnstor. ua Counties.: 413-4325 NiLes MRS. PEGGY S1IALLEB INSURANCE\ AGENCY \ house with bath on Road 18 FEMALE HELP WANTED

Greater Allen Chapel AME CourthouseSite Following his talk at Rotary Auto' Fire Home u"lnH"I 201!) E. Adklns Ht.Stsrke. IfchR I with central heat. Phone 964- Ae 21 to 54; good health 8

Church: Sunday School 10 1\. Dr. Fordyce aldressed the Monthly Payment. 1'lan Ai it I I I6G2 4tchv! 1216i '' I hours day 5 days week; MIn

m. with Suit, Fannie Bell De- Selection Senior Class at Bradford High II education: 10th grade; vacation -
School. i FOR RENT-All year round 3 sick leave and retirement
Ipstre in charge. At 11 I
a. m
; I.Jl I. (Continued From Page Onel QARTERPAINTS bedroom house on Klngslej
COINS Good business benefits. Write or see
Be ice there will be a Spli; Itual Ouy Andrews, a member of FOR SALE: Lake. Call Sam Rosenberg'Stoie !
Testimonial in honor of Mia Library the Junior College Committee; BUY SELL TRADE and residential properties In Personnel" Manager Sunland

Jl '\{. L. Pullum who has served -Approved a request from introduced! the speaker. 21-hr Appraisal: !Service' for I Starlce. Improved and unimproved for Information tfchs Training Center P. O. Box

nora! than 50 years in dlffernt the Fair Association for $5- your old coin, free of c'harK".1 H. 7. Knight. P. O. CHRISTMAS SKATINO PARTY 1150. Gainesville. Fla. '

capacities of th? church: 000: the money to be pal IJKI.OTE'S DRUGS Drawer P. City ttcbil at Fjn Spot Roller Rink 4Uhd' 12 9

now she is leaving for Dayton from race track funds. Sorry-Notces: K"v"tonfl heights FOR RENT-Freshly decorated Line Wednesday, Dec 23. 7:30: til FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished -

Ohio to continue Improvingfrom -Approved a request\ from furnl'hed apartments. Also Complete 10:30.: Presents for all skaters \. apartment 509 Center
111 health. She will be the audit department for an Of Drawings FOR SALE1962 40.00-1 unfurnished: house H. S. Bur- ofPaints Door prizes--a pair of Chicagi 8t Mrs Oodle! Martin Itp!>> 12 9

living with her granddaughter : Inlex file system minimumcost 'I rampulde; truck dette. 624 North Cherry St.. Roller Skates. Admission:: 60 t0a
Mrs. Ruth Martin. All! $150. Can't Be UsedFrom !actual miles $00500. J Y.Ehdtington 1 Phnrie 989-3324 tfchg' AUSupplies Cents 2tohg! 12:16 FUR Bl.TltK BAR(.Aa s S

members and friends are Invited Appioved\ the deputy sheriff Tfeh-7 'I'' For BOATS MOTORS
to attend.: Rev: L. A. I !bond: of Oeorije Shuford. time to time Thp I HOME DELIVERY Foremost] FOR SA.LE--I0 acres land 100 NEED CASH? Sell famous ST. JOHNS MARINE

Sampson: pastor. Accepted auilt report Telegraph Is requested to I Dairy products Ph. 064-5425.1' 'south.! J. M. Edwards! Jr Dayi All Purposes Knapp Areotred Shoes. Full o< Hwy, 17. East Palatka. Fla.

Parade Friday number 6207. Tux Assesnor print Item ronrernlng1"drawings" 3tp 11/2.\-12'11/ '' i ;phone 064-2521; Nile 069-1924, part time. High Comml lon' Ph. 328-1121

RJE Homecoming! parn'le I tax collector, cleric and coun- sponsored by I I tfchui Buy One Gallon plus bonus. Complete line foemen Used' 14 ft. Span America

will be hell Filday Dec. ty Judge. vurlou-i" Hubs and civic I ERIOIITEN'! YOUR HOME I- Get One Gallon and women. Equtpmsn& ,, fiberglass boat. 40 lIP Mercury:

r. t starting at 11 a. m. 10'1 Jim Temple Junior Hlah group. We would be glad to WITH SYLVANIA COLOR II i FOR RENT Small cottage FREEPhone furnished free. Write to WmE. motor te tr.l1er449&

Principal appeared before the do so except for the fuel/ TEl EVI. ION FOR CsHtTSTMAS. I 1:I rooms and bath. Phone 964- Pierce. 18 E. Steele Orlan New wood boats-$36 50 and upFtbe1'll1a.u
that the Post Office Department ,- immediate 1 226J, t.fl'hll do. Fla 12 S .
Available for Itohg
board: and asked that a com- 961-8201 fishing boats-$160

mlss'oner! be appointed to construes such delivery 19" Portable Color ,I FOR SALE-4 W. D, Jeep. A- and up. Vied. 14 ft. fiberglass
333 N. Temple REPOSSESSED Be-
lotteries and
; represent the commission at drawings 21" Console Coiir and: 25" Rectangular 1 shape Phone 473-4428.. Keystone flat bottom -$155: Aluminum

#S FOR. CHRISTMAS JOY the monthly meetings of the forbids mention of them In Color Tube. Better HrlKhM{ 2tp 12'9' SEWING: MACHINES I I r New.lect-O-Matlc\Makes\ Hundreds Zlg Zag.Of Fan Lk! and plastic boats.
publications going throughthe
il Bradford County Children's picture and superb cabinets 1965 Model Clearance Sale \' Wide assortment of bargainsnew

S Committee. mall. for your home entert,'Inm'nt. FOUND-Two Hounds. Owners We have seven 1963 round I II )i cy Stitches. Makes Automata and used.
Buttonholes Sews On Buttons
We hope that all club Term to fit your budget! Born may have by paying board and bobbin Sewing Machines left.! :, TERMS: ARRANGED
and other nit low IM *18 St. Southern Marine advertising I i ltoh'
These!! machines! are completely -
g Paycheck Issue erate by ommltlng men. 2, Box brolders. Darns Patches Etc
any and Television, 412 E. Call m. Vollle Browning Rt to tig-
guaranteed Equipped ;
r t t J tlon of the sale of ticket St :3t 1223 I II 193. Stnrke atchg! 12'16' make buttonholes, etc. i Sold New For $329 95. Now MAIDS NEEDED' : 1H hour
Causes Furore for a drawing when submitting sag t I Responsible Party Assume Remaining work day $24 a week.. Fringe
r i their Items for publication. I CHRISTMAS TREES FOR 1 FOR SALE APARTMENT 125: Is total price. Will accept I I!I 7 Payment Of $7 09 benefits. Including paid vacation

i Continued From Page Onel t I SA1.E. --U. S. 301 South. Phone HOUSE AND FURNITURE. older machen for part pay-I|! Ph. Credit Manager Lake City sick leave, and
I I have 9043531.: Mrs. W. A. Stern.! I 210 N. Cherry St. Enjoy horn- ment. Phone Orlando! collect: (' at 753-20U: 2tp!>> 12 IIi aura nee. Phone 969-3801 Ask
I JI 'Miss Ruby, some I I1'Ighl.Jl 425-3S77 lOt rh*-1 fl ,
Stchi! 13HOUSFICFFPE'l plus Income. Easy terms Bul- for Mr Phaller tfehc
1 .E"r
In.I.lls\ of lice too, Edwards I mO- / i FOR SALE-Art Glass Window -
ez llnsrton 984-7271 tfchu FOR RENT I and 2 bedroom
stated. Tha motion was I : wants -live I .. Desks AddingMachine EUNICE NURSERY

tuolej to give Pierce time to1 In $20 week salary. Mrs. E. I.Birt. I II FOR SALE-Apartment house trailers.' Can be moved on your Typewriter Desk Book Cases Time to plant bare root trees-

% FROM WILLIAMS }J study the Issue. '! 12 Wides I I I I Phone 488-1753. or write I and furniture 210 N Cherry own OfM-lAM lot:\ J. B. White 2trh Phon' 120 Office Chairs and Auditorium Pecan citrus fruit shade

411 oilier action: P. O. Box 4. Hampton. St. Enjoy home plus Income. Seats. P. O. Box 578 or Phone trees. Camellia azaleas, ornamentals

S )} Mayor Randal Chitty noted I Iteceiit i ltrh< 129 Fmv terms 964-7371 tfchg Furnished 064-2681. Itch container! 2
WE GUARANTEE; !: : AND SERVICE I power failures around Custom :Made\ I I I FOR RENT- garage
WHAT WE SELL the country and suggested For Florida Living FOR,SALE Small usej refrigerator !- FOR SALE small frame apartment on KIngsley FOR SALE-Two small gas miles No. Lawtey on 301 turn
Lake. Mrs Pauline Torode. at sign. Telephone 7$3343 -
.ha city might do well to make I I good condition $35: home'-lame lot. small down heaters. One gas cook stove '
1216 4tp 1330
phone 5332301.: 3tchg!
The Latest Styles 77 arrangements with Florida vnn M More lUll W. Madison St. Ph. 969- : payment take up payments one oil heater, aaphalt shin
} Power and Light far emergency I U U For Your $ $ 9 40T3( Itp I II $40 month. 409 S. Cherry S" FOR SALE-t\\ acres In Law gles. Phone 964-2841 or P. O FOR SALE-O. E. Refrigerator -

In current. If two of the city's I Starke. Itp 139 tey. Contact Mrs C. R Crews Bon 576 Itchg 19 Frost Free-pull out
p the. generators went bad the No Salaried or Com' WANTED Babysitter, to I phone 782-3940 or Olenn freeser. New. $795. now $200
\) ,r, ; care for small children In my LOOKING FOR BARGAINSWe I FVRMSIIEII: HOUSECLOSE
Ii W'i'Io. Ssten1'olld\ be In trouble he missioned Employees I Crews RA4-4101 4tn 121ft RulHn.ton 4-7S71 tffh
BulovaAnd .
home. Ph. 964-3783 after 8. have them. One 2 bei IN
.' 'rIt\: tf' \ cal and noted that one U .
if HAD & BRAn LARSEN lipLOST / room trailer completely furnIshed TRANSPORTATIONKeep I Four Bea rooms two baths NO. m
presently not operating I
Other : \ : LIKE TO WORK l $TOC). One nil Aluminum your party together two kitchens and two living 30 acres-$8.000. Lots of room
', ; J... ChAI.( nun Hurst instructedthe 3 old Pointer
year .
/ trailer sleeps' 5. $600. rooms, hall and large pcrren' for this
<< I"1 complete charter a Greyhound' bus. Call rotating on tract Located -
f Fine '.,'.,. .,,1 Utility Committee to negotiate YOU Benefit! liver pied! In vicinity of Grand Piano in good condition Lacy Conway Greyhound 944- ed porch.'" Completely furnished on pared highway near
the issue. Hampton Lake. Call C.
.;'v'. .1'1, $05!I 00. One Milk cow fresh I 4051 or nUht Mol-1M" lacy and a real bargain with town. Septic tank: already: In.
,l 9 Heard an offer of $10,000 by Click 4AA17.VIFOR : 4tncq :\
: ,. gentle. Or" >nw"., Flying Service" tfrha beautiful .well kept grounds a. Partly fenced' wtth well, and
Watches.. :; Don tiiislow: for property on All Sizes on Display t I .
$1000000! .
t : SALE -58 Int. Plckuo.R. We have sewing machines A. Thomas. Realtor electric' pump for water. Pine
$ AtPrices :''f.4'1 { ai cast Call Street 8.10.121Vides: !rr. good condition. $350 It. HAS heaters! stoves' beds, all 11 i GIFT BOXES: -- Orange, I I Tel 964-5701: and cyprra trees" Only $8.000.
Voted unanimously! on a '
r3-c Hi J Baths Oraprfrult.' etc Tree Fresh
kinds of furniture bargains NO. S4S
E. Brown.
motion by Mrs. Johns to give Sampson City Rd. WIVES-and mothers supplement
g' That "I and Expandable! Up 129 I Rlertrlo nopllances. dolls toys I Fruit direct from troves. 97 acres Packed with possibilities.
full\ control of the operation of the family income by
rJt.. Dow'ling's Produce Market U $39.309(
Will Please You many: Item old! and new. Located on U.
g Z the power plant and distribution FOR 8Al.E-2 Bedroom Concrete Clrthlnjr and shoe I S 3rtl( south 2tcft 121(1( working from your home. Safer 3. )Hlway 301 with 1J20 ft.
) system to the Bond Trustees New and Used I work choose your own hours'
Block Home, 'with city
We buy sell and trade at the Flee-I'' frontage. Pine and cypress ,
t You'll Find Our as originally set up In thj FOR 8.o\LE-l Portable Write C. R. Ruble. LVpt 1 .
Stock The Largest :J lights, water fe sewemire. Concrete Old Trading" Post 3 miles" timber' 20 acres. tillable. Good :
< city charter and to raise ttutrustees' s.Yr. financing availableUse I trio WrldT. 310: Amps. 110- P. O. Box Ko. 3447. Memphis
driveway Fenced-ln I !North; of Starke on 301 Just t 1 T-roora bun ilow. sturdy 2story I
I Year's Christmas Gifts 220 AC or DC current: Just Tennessee.
salary from $::10 to 13 9 2tp 12 23 "
backyard. ALSO: OE electric] out look i bam. 30 30. !
( come on and around. x: House Is
$50 month to relmburjj like new Ooetzmnn Bros. 0111'I.e. ,,
A Complete Line Of per Our RentalPurechase stove $100. Call Harold 2tn u'in BE GENTLE be kind set back from traf.Tc note
t to
Rings 1 thatexpensive .
them for the extra responsibility. Plan f 964-6973 after 5 I Phone 473-3104 Keystoneq
p. m. F.pP8'I' NO. rte
I HclahU tffha carpet Clean it with
,I1I t Keepsake Wedding Rini Sets f Approved the expenditure of Under $50 Per Month weeken''s. 2trh q' I'I Blue Lustre. Rent electric LOTS OF' ROOM -for thegrowing

STRAYED Children's : TV SERVICEi HfRHY! IH'nRV! shampooer. $1 Starke Hard- i, family: 3 Lot.w..
91.633 t for pulls to a city pet; | .
Princes, Dinner, Cocktail f ..:. bad. ':} }} well but decided to Investlgat* 7 mo. old female Beagle pup : I lIT IS NOT TOO LATETo wart Itch.. I 1 rooms Natural r s. one BU:
i'i earn that nee-lrd money for I to town Center' ,
Only $6 00
gi4 ;, l\ cause of the breakdown which NQWfMobile Reward for return. N", A. Pay- TOP GRADE
Birthstone rhrl tmas. CMl AVON" NOW* Bermuda Hay Or owner will ride for smaS.
cams! too soon.Referred ne. 204 S. Olenn St. Ph. 9643794 -
dII Southern Marine & TV Write Mn O iHa Sweat, P. $30 at barn. $35 delivered/ In er bou eSTHOIT.
Mother's Rings J. I a request by R. A. Itched O BOT 54ft live O..\lt Fla 3 ton lots Rrglsterei\. Angus REALTY
}} Dewberry that NorthVest. Home SitesAVAILABLE I I
\) WCRK UNIFORMS Shirts \\V wish to announce that' Bulls. T. W Baker A Sons JUT N. Ttmitl Aw.If. .
Class Kings moreland Street be extendedto : SMAI1, FOUSR for .-
rent Nl- Lake
Mr. David Gunter; f in Geneva. Fla. Ph. 4734704 .
{\ and pants, also ladies work now S. Jell| j!lr

G ALL IN THE: LATEST STYLES: if I,I end over to Councilman the ditch at McRae the dead fora Full Lake Privileges uniforms reconditioned, laun- our full time factory train- W for coiml Weldon' P St.W. Bmnnen.Starke.' FlaPion 50. 4tp 1330 man. 9C9-341I i iI Ii,

dered and starched. All sizes : ed TV Technician. ac e a 'a 'acra a acrae .'
cost av
study.Pecan Homestead 1I( .4-4117'\
HANK 1 I'olAN'I"H1.1.: :" : ( DIAMONDS: :" 91 Exempt- and colors-I.50 per suit Inquire Ho 129

Financing I Madame Roberts. Ph. I I 30 Day Special | PURE OIL COMPCVYHas I CHRISTMAS
Pierced Earrlntjs Uracclets Volume GIFTS |
-NecklacesMEN'S }J ,964-9815. U. S. Highway 301.I two tm* tvnrlce station

JEWELRY Price Drop Lake Geneva 4 ml. South of Starke.2tehw, 12 M!, TV CALL SERVICE $3'00I for ItrIn': lease Sta. at"Id Walnut a'ntnc. and anlleb Made. | SEWING MACHINES |

CUFF LINKS-TIE TACKS-RINGS t Continued From Pace Onel !. Oil Tr!" 'H" !of a this. J w.*. O ,
Trailer Sales MAKE THIS CHRISTMASLAST Two Miles of Starke .. Singers $20 $40
I 1 .,..t14 _44.111: t'rhv l $80. Terms 'I
I "fixed. 1865; Turn. 18.19 A LIFETLXrE.: Give your tfREFRIOFRATOQ

Williams J VanDt>man. 28-: President On Rate 100. One Mil SE family the gift of learning; I!t FOR. S.U.10. ft. hr 50 ft. I U A-I Sewing Machine Ex. Inc. '
J Jewelry \Vorl Book Encvclonedla. M for sale 1 Muse
23 50; Kennedy. 20: Seedling Kevnton' lIHrht tra'W B I I 1465. Open Sun. A Evenings. A. Payne P. B. Box 828. : Good condition. $35.: R. W. k35nn.: Fir"ellent f""ndiUt-n."" I 0 1606 N. Main St. Jacksonville J
Through Nov. 30. growers I '. Starke Ph. 964-3794. j'j'.j Brannen. 520 W. Weldon SI, Cost $5.9OO. Srr Walker at r,.

', .I old 62,21 pounds of nut al t .j JI!1 4tchg 13 33 I Starke Fla Phone 944-6375. I Walkers Shell Service Station 2 FREE PARKING Aes.c
",; ," Up 12.9 3
."ry". Highway loo. In Starke. tlchc: I. 'i:="' -::""

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1 T 1tp.noR"u__ THl'KSD\Y' DEC: 9. 1985 __ 1!

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f t .\". .. .. .. "\;<.I, .' Nelson; Elected Mayor;

: Jt." Airport Leases Rejected


McGlavc Named Tax Collector; I

Hanson Wins Assessor's Post


Albert dlon1:4: \ chosen by Keystone lI" gh'

\'oterll4 mayor, for a two-year term ita\ 305; of th, Named

*ntn l Tents i..trltilln of 3.p; >!> turned out to cast: Imllots irCliui

< the city election Tuesday.: | Nine members of the newly <

41 Nelion. u lung tone resident frnti-d 157 to 104. Walker nndMcnzen created Keystone Heiphts-

of Keystone b.it a newcomerto presently hold a five Starke Airport Authority have

R politics ilef-uted Incum year lease which expires u r "I'7rf been appointed by Oov Hay

1 ; b'nlI.yor; M L. I Los I Dous-! October. 1970 don Bums upon; local recommendations

: 1; ley by n vote of 181 to 1 113.i The second proposal' a lnllur front Bradford and-

ImI. i Winning seats on the City lease with Cart I). DnrcK + $ Clay Counties

Council for two yenta were Inoumbents on 44 acres, was defeated 1i, Appointed to the Authority

Rov WaUlni. witha to 87 Durilen also has a Ira were: 8. E. McKay. M. L.

I I'k vote of :214.! ; Walt Thomas currently running on the sam, I1)eaaley J, and William Beam.Jr. : .
with 310 term as Walker's and Men the
6 ; and political;: new- -recommenced by City

jE&L c.lmE'rV Huntley Rdfearnir zru's.; of Keystone Heights: Albert

) ; with ilIa Ooorge A. LaKno'oui !. NeNnn Statement' Nelson and II U Ownbey-

: th highest In the vote In rerrlvlng coiurittulatloi recommended by Cla> v.' -.... .

count with 154. was awarded on hU vlctoiy. Nelson expressed Commissioners; It L n.:1.:1

the unexphed one-year term iiratltiuk- his suppoitci Morgan and Guy nI'e"lt--!

if F.I Bennett t wlio leslsne:' and salt "I will m-rve th, recommended by UradrorJ

tn O.-tobor people of the community t CummlMloners; Robert Fltth."

TP r, Eliminated In the Council the best of my ability an and Charles S.w'errL'Com

are were Chat les II. DonohOe )liopi" tlfit we can: conrlu :e th mended, by City of SUike.
with a count of 12!), and Owen dlffpirntcn' of fcellni with th ; It U expected that tlie AuUi-

1 Bilker with 110 common\ purpose of maklnKfvstotie orlty will hold an o/Rttnlza"

Kolhtrlnr J. McOUve was grow tlonal! meeting early la Juuary '

locted Tax Collector by a vote In commenting on hit defeat ,

I Ir f 182 to UI for her ninnlnu1 Mayor lion! si >y ,"IIj 1 this

1 .. tr"n'' Vll-kle: Mrs. Mc. hn will continue to serve th CD Unit ActiveIn

I Olave will succeed Mrs. Sarah city In every way possible. oar
expiessed, Appreciation for the
tlcDonald \etl'l'IUtax collect Emergencies
i who did not neck rj-eh-c- confidence of hU: filnndi. nn

the flm help of his ilu")1 poitersIteelected The Clay County Civil De-
lion.J counrllmiin! Watkins fence
O lliinstin. a third sue NELSON I Rescue Unit handled

....... .."......".)' ov..lrn mm* Isua ..1 I...... 1s IIaa1.MI. Ity 'essful newcomer to Keyston' stated that he wonK"rontlnuo four emergencies invut. hid
I to try lo keep annesumrnls hone who voted l for him and! I automobile during: Thanksgiving
Jane McMurtryWins two top nmnee-iim| 'In lust "....k." beauty rontrot Jack) c.;.... million defeated!' Incumbent off rrut estate I an I
Tax AssrsHor.' Jamie Ft Cook iiild that he was primarily, weekend Including
KEYSTONE win' (Ul'fO.) l I"t riinnre-ii. |>; and !Siimtn IUd (right)t :nol runnerHun jy a vote of 113 to 111 very. much In fa.;or of adjustng :oncrrned with the tax set-ut i three accident In which several

1 Miss KHS nprialnraalll. pliotit by Sum! Icthlnr,. appraisals to a fair value I In' the city and with the need ) persona were Injured.On .
Two viopoierl lennea of air- I
i ml reducing the mlllune per for an up-to-date lax asnessmrnt November 1 and 8. the
non t property fur term of ten ,
HIGHLIGHTS Title For 65 Chitatmas greetings to all ,.rare were defeated by a largi entage-wHi. Thomas stale Civil Defense staff participatedIn
NEWS NOTES Buexls at the home. Anyone majority The rust propc>tlal. renyear that he woulj continue Liittue. who also Is hold III' "Operation fireball IV".

Miss Janle McMurtry 17 wishing names may call Mrs ( lessee of 416 acre of cork hard for the bettjrmen ill first political post' stated! national Civil Defense alert,
t By Emily Thomas year-old senior at Keyston Ivy helm linn: \ Dorothy, Kooiu. Sunshlnt 'ilrpoit mediAn strip to R. U if: the town and that he BPprecltttsd hut he w I ill Ml to "thank which Involved military and

r Phones Heights High School won th i Chairman Walker mu E. P. Mensen: for the supiMiit and ran everybody, iiivd 1 am glad its civil I defense! group, but was
will:! (lilenco of the peoplellrdfcarn over not a general alert Including:
title of Miss KIIS In tha eco Tha ChrLitmat program hav-ralstng purposes!' was de-
Day 473-4666 Nile 473-4589 I II oni annual beauty conte E.\STHtN .STAR Ibe I I held at 8 p. m Tue lay. I u kerl to thank Mrs MoOhive( In comment- civilians.In .

I held the school Tut'4CInllht The Euitorn Star Chapter: Ilec 31, with Mrs Ronnie I Inn her other business the county
at :\) on J of last week She U th held: lu regular meeting on I jlhlfdNbt'ra. Mrs Arcena Wll- H. F. Hutchison :\ retlieil dealer In Import* 'hat tIe look forward tc director met with thus Noitri-

Now that the hubbub of the :dents of this area for a num- j dauchter of Mr and Mrs Kyl December 7 at which time Piuil, |I non tote. Walker ., Rites HeldIn wall paper. He was a menthe working harmonloiinly with east Florida Civil Detente Director

city election has quitted down i ber of years and' have many McMurtry Matrons. Past Patrons, snj hostl''''''. 'f the! Seventh Day Adventlii 'he tux: BMeiuor" '' for the better. In Keystone Hel.htt on
other past officers were honored ) \Aitr! l'lI ".fUt Indiana Nov 73. and held several.
Keystoners are busying- them- friends here. First tunner-up In the contest Church. meat of the area,.
I for Df and Mrs John Dante. ;!, An Informal social meetlnii. ,, meetings with school author
selves with preparations which attracted: 35 entries Hugh PiMlerUk" Hutchti Umldes his ,non at lark HaiiMon said I wl.h0 Itln,
the oncoming/; Christmas sea were visited by their son anJ was Miss Jackie Godwina Mrs. Vera Ownbe)'. chairman was held by the chapter on dirt 3eneva. survivors include an- thank the voters of Keystone governmental and clvi

son. Holiday visits of relatives I his wife. Dr. and Mrs. John 15-year-old-sophomore. an of the CUrUtntss gift Novemtier 30 at which. time It Sunday on. 84. of In take Btsrke Geneva tionplla >th.r ant'., Robert U l lluli-lili-: heights who gave their sup month.organisations: throughout th

and servicemen. are being anticipated Darts. Jr. of Waihlntiton. D'I daughter 9f Mr. and Mrs voinmlllee. rrmlnds .mcinb r> was dec ..4 that Ute eledlon after extended! Illness. Hi .>n of Jacksonville, tint ; one onrt, and wont II) state ag.lr
with excitement, anj C.. for the past two werka Dr. Doyle dodwln Becon runnerup that gifts for man or lady tot' of offlrrrs for ItfflS would'! bopoUponeJ had lived an with his son. Col! I brother. Curtis Hutchison ol3untn that I shall! fulfil Die office of

shrels of gay ribbon: and Davis junlar U aulitanl dl- was MUi Sjsan Byrd is he Masonic. Home at Stetersbur. I t) the I teiiular\ Uiaham. P Hutchison a' Ana Calif; n sister Ux assessor In a fair. Impar KEYSTONE
papers are showing up In ector of the Psychiatric Research year-old daughter" of :Mr! anM.a ,;: must be: o.ie'ti: ;: : un.'htonIId\ business meeting Hal, and equitable manner
last sli \1Ula of Hattie '
Ink*' Geneva for the / lleffley << Or.Th.ft
I trft
waste baskets, of those who Division of the Vetern's : John Byrltlrskles j L cembei. I us i le pack m Jan 13. and shall do all In my powc!
plan! carefully so that the hut! AdmlnlstratlcnMi the .., win I Inrn. t may have t be ma. ;4tcmbe The annual ChrUtm.is party years coming there from MIami ?reek. MIch.; and two grand to promote the brut Interestof I
few w..ph..11I be less than Ella: O,nt, of C")rblnfCy. the U flnsllsti re.OP\Include I 's ui a 1:0::: 'ndln; (Continued, On Next rags. )>)> Hit was. born In LJgonleiCornerstone children. Kryntoim llrlghts." I "'r''.. Hat.-Dec. I 10. I II 1

heed Window decorations .. U aprnllnz the Willie Leslie Beam. Dolores Murrhee \I Funeral servlae and Interment At least l one of the candl

adJ to the festive air and rlth her daurf'ittr.: Mrs Oe Carol Warren :Mimi) Floa I I were held! | at Oukluwn"emetery dates. threw his hut In the rlnl'or GENGHIS,}

chui-i! music themes are of nova Chab. nt her home In Sandra Dlt'w.!"Ie. T-rry; Chrti' ..a... .. In Uicotiler. InJ I the next\ elertlnn-' Owen
Adi: 'nt and Chilatmas. Keystone Club Estates II biker .
oUe'" Helen Hoylc. Hasr j wlllJ said that lie Inn
'eWltt C Junes Funeral lloinr KAHN
A' you do your ChrUtm Man.. Mi* Everett Fat 3ovle, and Fare LadsnThe : w a t<-, ,,l-,;: to remain In Keyntoni,
and Mr and Mrs Henry Hal Mss In rhiirue of loral araniiemenUi I
sh TP'nj! Include In it a hap contestants pa ade1 b' r 'the b'iUnre' of his life all l this, Stephen
Ihsyd l
Hi t. [
attended" thr PoUtmsn'i :
-: nr aa gift, one to Ito< rrers.n I '0'. a larup crowd In th ,1 rI he 'would' b" In the running
I Jume In""n
'n OaLncsvlKe: Saturday: even '
In your communlf school: caf'torlum In siltwesin1 next elms

who; U a shut-In. wlUvnifamily nt. > later In formal evenln

or fund, or In neel o Jimmy Fox. stationed with cownsOuilng. _. ,
he U S. Army at Ft JirkionI
cheering up; at the time of ilv tntrrmluian. s. dan:
ing to ottien Muih goid ca C. spent Thsnksglvlngweekend exhibition wai. stsgM by OliiVs 4If KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE

be done with no little! with his family InKeystone .... Lynn. JordAn. Po.g' \
and expects leave .
HIKE: 'N THERE Dugter. and Kathy anj 'fatei .r ,f/
or the Christmas holidays to
Mr. and Mrs R"y Etarn i HlU-hcock +r y
return home at that timetMOMK BUSINESS DIRECTORY
event the Tnank'-glvlnt hoi Hill Bilker was mastercetemonles 0 I. M_
11'1ila aye with his lathe L.N .
Newcomer Mrs Irene Schrr e ,
8tarnr of Oit City Va.. re A bouquet of roar) see vsented .
>er who ha, re-entiy come t
firnin to their home earl I to Mrs Clare Lefts, i
(eysDne from Pen+scola 1'1".1.Sf":: A111O IlIW.\: ( II.I\ It It.M Ell: (\'
last week member of KIN, fsru'ty. faher T1iTr I.. _
0\.1 Into her new home In i iVllalr I
Herbert Williams of Perryvll'e help In presenting the 1
Point on Lakevw.1|
contest T V Goct/man Rros.KFPAMt !O.C.Cnmcs Nursery
M1. has recently arrlv -Ire. West last week Mr Service Center .
ed In Keystone for vacation- j I Proceeds of the event will he H''.. s. I Ii' ,' "'lt<. It ,.4Vl
-hretner former head In- j j
Ins. and will be followed ructor of Walker Beauty I, u,..>d to defray costs' of thi. a ". K. Tllirs"" 1"1.1.| : Garage I (| spa .,,i .rk.
1 ,
Nursery Mock 1's
school yearbook '
shortly by Mrs WUUams They I
academy In Peniaeola, wa'' I Patsy 8hau hneanjr ser.edgeneral a>' AetfturlM.I Motorola "'! oL,t ( : U'OKKMOTtlll ands of PUn-s. s Co' -lit''
have been regular winter. resi (Continued On Next Pace) II I II chairman and was as- Laid At Community Church | ...1.! and fUrvlrci I Tries to rh'.... fioin' NItqhIheie

I| sided.l Forma ValldeJulL advertising flfiOY I'tINTINC1'rIt'rAIUJ'i '' Tr*.., P:v.r;;'.->,,,
) /Crete. Ira All .MkMTV .
chairman Carol! Frank 1111.rIrfll(" and llr, ,1. 4' II"H. .are. pulnrnl' <-..rnrr.li".0"l..>lng <.rrrmonIn I twiniUcnp/ "Plant. All i incontain

Warren >r hlp chairman hrston.. 4'onintilnlty 4 hur. h. K\III 'fF-.nu: .Ipso .awn I"-.I, .-* plant, any.
sponw tin. new vtnrttutry ul Mrlftil *
USED CHRISTMAS FURNITURE teal JMHxUf" lot t OMtlt TV time. f nn..li! ... IroI" .u.Get .
i Pat Cui ndet ribbons Sluice, ,IM do
Jim! Thles lUhtlng and Norman .' C un i i Dr A C Hilt" minister. III'!>1 n Miss Elaine: Uivorn your 1a.I1""I'"iIr"II.
The KI.t"! t 'ne ll/< Wink (7oerwnt..t| TV rtntal.a' ,, tl-Um.1( /Mvhi' anilONEIIAI.F
BARGAINS ValldeJulL Dolores Mur-, munlty. Chun T held co 'user Frank tUen: < hi man of tnbulld.ng pus'aklenI of the Young rStoup. ,- Kyl..n. II.I'ehl.. 471.141.11. I 'It..y 21 K y ton heights'
Nest f rave In Theatre.
i rhro Suzanne )Kelsm\ and stone laying rite* rollo.:1f):): the : eommlttre other pies ( and William Warren lo : MILK. :
..h".... 411, XIOI
Childs Oak Desk & Chair off I U UM suprlntenderit of the -
I $9.95 Linda Anthony perorations morning worship on Bui Arthur A Krtiner-1. chairman Sunday HthoolTlie : .
Dr :
1 A brief service of prayer and" YESVe Have :J3tor.! .,*. thrre-fuarlhM
..TTTTTV.CTTTTTTTTTTTT.MELROSE y anthem by the choir prwedod of the then:! of Stewards church ttruciure an A-
I STUDENT DESK $ and the Mrn's Club O. cleared, ; S-rtkrm liouie, <>otbullilinirH. -
$12.00 the 'installation of the m.rWeornr ; Haynxinl : frame design. I la up"c..dI> \irro NKHVICE! : I
.... behind whk'h Blames. rice chairmanof completed' by Easter l II/fill TVi So m e rvpulr
1 sealed a : box con- the Hoard of Trunt-e* in the Architect for the building UfJotwld needed.' Cork; | furmlnt and
CHEST OF DRAWERS was copper i I Yr twrvkCo..r. I
$10.00 taming data of church history I absence of thchairman.. Wtl It Muman.' and the i HENDERSON'SService collie 'fond f .M7..V: : ) per ac

I Mr !1.ll, 4hhammer and m"mlYnrlp! roster Prtldealing Item Few. ),11'V J Orollck builder. Trlful Construction Wa.hl'r", Dryerx.) KefrlirTV. ( re.

3-MIRROR VANITY $15.00 ..a saaa..u..w.u..... in the cer'mony wa .president of Women of th' Co erg tnrw= Center S.E.McKay Realtor
lit"""/ ",'1 nil rM.lilot..'
( hint II :Mn" AT IMS( 'OI'NT MUCKS( : ll\ll .chilli.: KCTHTONK: liriOHTMPhnn : (
? 4-Pc.B.R. SUITE Faun. Presbyterian. Church CALENDAROF Johnson n..ttw.d 413-4'11"'

$35.00 wUl) stave their. Annual Chrt t- TELEGRAMTltV Wheeler Dil..ountI'I'I.USe. MAIM ln 4 !4.-vi.. .. ... I :'1" ,.. sBeicller'
.hln 'r.. to,. IfuntlMflrun.
Program this Sunday
mae EVENTS .\ .: "STOKKlllKhway ( :
STUDIO COUCH P.i.l,r.n.n t--H..e i e--.T call.r e
SJQ.OO evening Dec 10 It will bo a Holiday
21 Ii.twnMir. mi.' Kr.n''lI'lm' :
musical protrram with ehUcSr.nand r>ooe. Keystone and 7IIOOKnynrrino
Thiirs > K.y'nne"h. fnt.rs. "n.n' If.y Restaurant
adult choir. under the difctlon HANKINfi; HY MAM.ITII
fVMMters Cult T V 9 m at Mrtnm" 1 7'-114)1 1 1OKFICK llvlrMo, 4TV4fxy7' .
5-Pc. MAH. DINETTE $ $10.50 : of Mrs W A Wallace ..'.r Soill. .. rnvehhlp
th* nrhool lunchrormMon (I'S. IJKK: TKI.KI'IIOMNf: : ( ; IT .
Faith Pre brtrl n Church wit) netwrSetMml ( 4R.'nr4t
I have their monthly revere J rx13 \'/". r.vwl Ifnl.Mtaly, ,.,......,
J: 5-l'r. Commttof Clan SAVINS!: I'KKCKH'H( : ( ; TIMK.: WK: I MKAI'TV: SHOP! nprN ny"tV" ).
dUii F-tlowsnlp dinner rrld.sy.Der : Stl'1'1.IE4C : : KfjFull
at th. echo -
ROCK MAPLE DINETTE $4.00! \ 17 at 6 33( m. Cbuntv p m I/mars rnnrh, -
p i Board Room In the Clay: County MAIL FORMS( FltHK: : ON UKKT ( :-
will "l I.. 'art.Italian Fn.HHrrttng ..
Eptaropal l church have SUPERIORBUTEE
Hrhool AdmlntatrstlonBul "riu.vriNr( ;
7-1'('. Like New (Continued On Next Page! !/<>lnc. Oren Cove Rprlnvv IWtST.: ; ; SI-ITI.Y: H 4/1ON/ SHOP Vtttf nr.ru lies. till :\1101.....

;,' CHROME DINETTE $ q.95 --- -ruI'e .M KeystwneHtuht. OFfSET: Tar TtKNDfr error t Olnrk" Nnrth' of n... r.tlrtlt
s m etln/ 2pm JlJiUcl&sl KEYSTONE STATE BANK (h-. ,,../... 9 Tin 5

Many M"re 1 Bar...Sn. Too Sum rou" 'Insurance Agency Bulbllnc Keystone City Bradford County Ills Itej-i a UtMik i ; CARSHanks

TnentionKFVSTUNt/ General) In aura nee Counrll "f -tln", 130 p rn Member V.I).I.C. Keystone Heluhts. << f1a. After ft fly \pptjtntmmnt Only Used Car
}'f..n1clpel1l1011\ lna:

? mar r*,,r fTT 'ftRr Triur\ t>- 1- ,M-n'a prayer "Your Friendly' dank In Your Friendly Telegraph I Nettle HtttrMM>.....,.. Owner and 3.T Shop
O-OUD Petlovshlp 7, JO P f*< McMIruM f >l, Operator
HOUSE OF BARGAINS Ar'TfI.MYIMK.vann. Com m unit Trade
m. Krritore PTA. 7 39/ p m Stark I'h. 941-3101 I Kfir-p fh irv., na WIl4 ) I -
Htway 10O. A ml S"tt
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BRADFORD COtrVTV .. 8TARKF. ..nR THURSDAY. t>EC. 9), 196.1

m. Primary ana: Junior Choir

at the Keystone Inn at 5:1: KEYSTONE entertainment. I V VT...VTTVV..y..yyyyyy.MAXVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gray. meeting, 4::30. practice, 3:15 p. m. Prayer
of I Wed.. Dec. 14-Prayer MeetIng -
p. m. that afternoon. and will Jim Gill dropped by on :Monday Sunday dinner guests Meeting. 7 p. m.
KEYSTONE GOLF NEWSThe Coleman and son, CHURCH -, 7 p.m. Adult Choir rehearsal -
be ,returned by rhe bus lalei' afternoon and told us that Mrs. F. B. Thursday Dec. 16 -, Cub

: HILITES I I in the evening following dining I Airs. Gill Is In the Mcrtlcnl! Donnla.: were Rev. Bobby: 0 8 p.m. Scout Pack 70 meets In Fellowship

.. dancing and entertain Thursday: play last week Center over at the Unlvers'.tj: Knight, pastor of Maxvllli I ''I NEWS -W. A. Hogan, pastor Hall 6:45: p. m Chancel -
01 the Keystone: Women's Gol: Ity Mr. A. V. Slutle Church Mr. and Mrs .
.e ment. of Florida in Gainesville. She Baptist I II Methodist Church Choirrehearsal.7:30.FIRST' :
I'hcmlntlon11' light due Ln I VInce Taylor] and family, Mr I
From Preccadlng Page) participation of 16 of tIp: I and Mrs. Buddy Browning ant :MAIUSON BTKKBrBAPTIST : I PRESBYTERIANchuRcH
Emory University Hospital] Ii IiI .
Calendar for the week: .
MELROSE invitational I V TT'VV'f yy.yy VV VT TVV .. t'lU'ltCH
two-day -
members in the Loyd Kllgan.
. lured to Keystone after VisH-1 and Is confined presently to ,. ' I I Sunday Dec. 12 Church .
_'jIFrom j_ tournament held A.. ; Mr. and Mrs. Don Elchelsoi]
Indf lifelong friend. StreetSunday
the Medical Center for some Funeral services for WlllianLeKoy 900.) W. :Madison School 9:43: a. m. Morning\ II. Walton Grady, Minister
I he Golden] Hllla Countiv ClubIn children of Lexington I II I
.Tillman. of this city atbetg ; I and':
J. I Prvuedmg" page] more tests concerning!\ conntant I EJ114: 81, were held arrting1 I Sunday' Worship. 11 a. m. Youth Choir Schedule] for the wr >K AtarUIn'n'uee. (
Ocala. service I
with the Ideal: Park, Md. will be
Impressed pAin she has with n M6nday at 2: nr. at th! Lonlll I 5 m. Snack Supperfor
Dinner next Thurs- p. p. 12'Sunday
a Loyalty Winner In th3 9-hole full ". I here HOC'" foi the ChilstmaHilllays H< hool. 9'5 a.m .Moi'nnWorship. K
living conditions and::! warn nerve and undo, < =?or'1c>i'. /
at 6:30 m. at the Parish Branch: Baptist Church with I ,' li- -MYF 6 p. m. MYF meetIngs -- Sunday School
In this day : p. handicap tournament at thilocal with Mis ElcheLsoii', tl am. Interm ( !
fellowships areaWHAT'S
m-viiil'i-'t floor '
She IH the : '
on the Rv.'; Lester'Tasgart oWe! 6:30. Even niVol'shlp.,
House. Quest speaker will be Choir : 9:45: a. Morning: Worship.
NEW AT club was Mrs. Phil mother. Mrs. F. B. ate' and Young People's
Cleman.1 I
If of w'-H to dini( hpr( i
any you ating assisted Melvin .
Rev. John McTainmany.Eliatn 40. with ; byRev 4:45. Youth Fellow: : 11 a. m. Western District! MOCiIy :
THE LIBRARY Wrlaht.! with 1net Mrs. Drew Wilkinson\ U recuprratlng practice : 7:30.I
I n card or drop In and visit a- BurlaT toI10'\' c1 In 2 meets
will \7atson. : :>nday Circle '
librarian Helen Lawrener Baptist Church :Mrs.: Ray Stamps runneruiwith I: while.? I' from her stay In th;p, 8:45: p.m. Training Onion Winiston.. 2:30: p. m
I the church ce1Tlete'1' y' Unde: with :Mrs.. Lloyd! J. Oreen, 3 p
the addition of num- have a meeting of the officersand 41.Imltatlon.il. st. Vincent's Hospital l at the t 6:15 Cvonhtff; Worship.T:30. Youth Fellowship. 6 p. m
reports a
teachers at the chul'eli1' I I rae! of books to the Key- Tourney home of her son and rtauih! : .
bet new
to Inquire If tiv, )h"1'! tlio'i Funeral H .me at On-nitPnrk. "' Hall as follows: Tioop
at 7 ClIckand)
Wednesday night p. gervlcexBible -
st9ne Heights- Public Library ( m'l Keystone winners in the tef-lrt-Uw Mi\ and M s Earl WedncB y : I i
within th(' !'ecentf'eks.. Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 71JrothcrhoodWIU '' Golden] Hills In.ltntlonal. Tourney : "t lreo room motel"' (1'I'IIll'cJyet Mr: Ellis: Olf/!:! Satuldfl: Wilkinson and fnmllv in Jnikichvllle. Study. 7-0 Church Choir pra.t 603. 3:15: : Troop 606. 4:30: : meet 10 a. m Circle 1 mi-ot1! !
It seems dn"'ltc' M"uhafIne afternoon crfouti to a JacKI I Troop 607. S:30.: Method
Fiction: "Arundrl" Roberts Supper at'! held last Thursday, < anj: Mrs. Wilkinson will I tics, 8'20: p.m.Thiirsdny 8 p. m.Wednesday.
) hiw'innd', l Pnlrh] novifer of lonville hOI itiil. He bon Club wetinttF"llowihip
was Men's :
the church for churchmember. Junior' suppe ] Adult Cnnsi
"The Biide of Pilate'1Kallner every I l"lldayi're Mrs.' M.: J. Ha.vnoi return. to her him:> here the'' Sunbeam1 >
Thursday Dec 9, 10 Interlache.n have "re erva. !South, CHVollna' and hal OA's. :IIO: Hall. 7pm. mas.party, 8 m.
"Great Captain" WhO received! a consolation gift I ITlfl!: -tIe of this r.ertc. and Intermpil.Hte p.
1\'. m.-Combined WMS: meetIng '. : tlons" made w'th G"nndmothei IIVI'In: : Max'/lHe! '.since 1934a'orv I'rlnMF.mtl: ;, 1 Tuesday. : Circle meetings Thursday Choir Practice
Morrow "April Snow"Buck], certificate in the overall play Mr. and Mrs. Franklin!! Hlaglnbotham ; pm. Bog'lnner
'The File on Devlin' Oos- at the church.: At'7:30: p. Mrs. Whitney Wyman. Keystone I' and G-nnrtad'1' 'I"ltt'rnn.., Ivors lnlude::] hit wlJwE : : : : and family of st. Junior Choirs, 4:30.: at 10 a. m 33 follows: : No. 1 7:30: p. m.NORSVVORT1IY'.
the stork. Pick, and Frances :a Padgett:! EllIs, a daughter' ;
and adult all servlc- at horns of Mrs. D. Vlnlnt.
kin; Sing Out the Olory"C m. the young'people group winner with a 36/) Petersburg visited Saturday Nursery opei for L. !
choir will hold a. racticeLeceniben :11 plan to baby e't' with the irs. L.: P. Davis of Jacksonville for all N'.;. 4 at home of :Mrs. W. E RENAMED
A ages.
rroll. "Elertra" Sohmltt( hole total] of 165) : end In second ( I and:! S-inrtay' with Mr. and Mrs ea. place
"Tuns at Re.ellle"-Fitzgerald, 12, Sunday Rev. LIt ': place Mrs. E. F. Alk n. ,three Roy! tern children' vhn'the !' !' ,' a'. son. Charles LS: Ellis I Do s Hi7lnbotham. -Rev. Folder Rowan pastor: M13d!>! ton. No. S at home of TO ADVISORY, ,COUNCIL

tilllon" Ht-yer. "The' l Brothers will' conduct'botl' with 166. stork drops It's enec'tedChrh.'tmas of Jacksonville: 'and three Stanley Hlgglnbothsm. son ;Mrs: T. T. Long Wesleyan]
''bundle; and are grandchildren.! ] FIRST \ITIST L. W. Nor.sworthy: of Indian
Stronghold" Levin and \Worship 'Services for clunaior'"Weok More than 100 woman from of Mr. and Mrs. Fran't ln HUglnbotham Service Guild' i la Fellowship
waiting for the phone to ring1 ; Funeral I services for Clar- CIlfKCII !STAICKC Beach fLake Santa Pel] has
of prayer for Hall, 7:30
: m.
"Honey Blldll'er"Rl1ar1c.Non the North Central Florida areiparticipated I I of St. Petersburg. p.
"*" ')' bit 'late to ence Bartow Cannon, Sr. 81, been reappolVite-1, by'Ojvernor
l1tn Missions. I report a you i iI
-Fiction: 'Your Oul1: : In the two-da; pent Friday night with his: Schedule of services: Wednesday Circle] 3 meets
thit1 Mr. nnd Mrs. of ..stl'lrke1'er'! held at 2:30: p. Haydon Burns to another term
t.Photcnrnr.h'( .-Dni"'Ths Methodist Church( will hnv full handicap: tOUI nament. A''I the( nativity uncle] and aunt. Mr. and :Mrs: Sunday. Dec 12 Sunday at home of :Mrs: E. P" Maytan:

!"P-.r..t:; "f DBay"r i" vilt! an official Board. Mt'l'tlnr<; ) complete" schedule Incluclav ,'i Ernest Rovpl'n. h.iclirotir: InVedl'esdoiy'M last welc lit Gene Johnson and daughter: School. 0-13: n m :forcIng and Circle 6 at horns of Mr on the Advisory! 'Councll'forUthabtlltation
.11 I ]Ions the tons BrAndT Baptist: of Alcoholics.
"']'hI''! TT-'n, : Halts'Tru: : Tuesdayat 8 p. m. We
v-a\, nil "Mq! E:1c: ..clolel'1a.I.1ltrsha'l. :: :' "- day, at 9:45: > s. m. the Alelrofei) been planned by the hostess Thanksgivingholiday week- ChUI'l'I1oinl\ 'burial in the of Jacksonville vlsl'ed::! last Light from Unveil" 11 a. m. -- --- .- -
of ChrlstMSfrvJce end. Their! son. :Mr. and Mrs. family plot at the'! church
Woman's ,
:: : "Th' Spy Without: a -Society" I wroiip. I Wednesday afternoon with I Youth Choir, ages 13-24, 1:30:
-wilt' meet! The prb'ft '' ,I K. M. Revels and family of cemett'tYvltl1 nov W. O '
"il'It) v" Rinblom. "The Ollt'-t D.iy Claude\ Green.Mr. Training Un-ion 9:15.: AMBULANCE SERVICE
und! Mathls offlclrrt'.ng'! a''Sl ht'd l bKev. p.m.
I.ar. \ rii-ii'i' ) six" Jlvmes < -t."S.VmbotJi% in ChrUtaf. Today I Thursday I the Key Plnnt Nt.'nn". up spent ana! Mrs. Avrv Sladf Evening: Worship .sormon '"PheHhrperdn

,,", JI is of the American' Ml.! '" Profrt'nrrt Lt-udr, Mr*f tone WOA I ls hostln-j( the fhc whole time with them. Al- / C. L. Tylei Mr[ Cinnoc'ld and! family vMtel !flundaj'! :: I anti the AngpU." PHONE:-; 9fil-2fiOO/
< !teflft fl'tM' %'I', :: :I :Monday 'of 'h.n week fMI6wihg '-
Ernest CI*I\\'totd."Thursday.Vpt ilt i .0, wun< I'orrtie"
F' :WJ I"" -- Dunlop, "Second I ; Gntntsvllle Country ClUb: Afternoon with :Mr an' Mrs. 7:30.:
;' '. l there will be ChoiiPraeti I and Mrs. Julius Spalnhoiir olHamptons I art extended lllnws. lIe t I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Spring and Two Potatoes" : m Women's Golf soclatlon and : I I V. J. Slade and Mr. and Mrs.V. Tues., Dec. 13-Junior Choir
'" .1 I Iowa here 'to was borrf In Br'"dfor<1 Co'int t
r' asp, "'Col'n to: B.ittlr" l toi.v <* the Palatka Country Club! were \ M. Slrtrte.: all of HamptonMichael proctlre.' Sunii"("irtis.' :fl-IO( p.i-!
: fir' Salvation AInyl- ,p'.J\'n' : JHUIIGI WGA at an 18-hole full hand: :'; mul 1ct( < it sin even more. festive i and! Hred theta< till! hfstf\\ It 0 I SU-le.: son of :M.. ti-iner Aliisir, Adl"tP'I., 1- i HeWitt C. Jones ne l tf'rNJ Funeral DirectorSturKe. -

1 .--liim'', 'Whnt's the Differ-' ''istf'pjftce.] /: !Mh'PnTey" Html], I leap: tout narricnt. Followtnith '. 'and I enjoyable) holiday.) Sli.rj i wn a retlrrd fn mriand. and :Mrs Avorv Slarti": wa (mary Choir !Pi.ictn; U.A li3.;
and tHlnWn.2ricf'' ''this iir-ciiHlon, the Ffvtl't .hd'l. 1 rriem'ser; of the f'rift: h [lapLIst' -
.n ('.e1L, and "Mama'-: : MM. John'< I ronivlotPd play. a luncheon confined to his h' me 'rue,1.JY
Mrst.! Fo.stel'l' I the p1.| .I.SIH-P, % of taking/ n train ChUl'eY1. Ainoti, )! Hfs lIutvlo'rs'81e'o KENTAL SERVICES
pUre, John P. | Macclenny.
iioui. ( (in' ; Iton! Juvenile: "Buctle" Hinck' and Mrs. R. P. Ouoclloe. Tie*:!' Holiday Restaurant. trip down to ,their son's home / brother Kyle a virus. Mr. and Mrs.\ Lee CDverdal-

"Wild Buggy Jordan"Sum-I' for 3rd! p'-ice.' Mrs. Floien-" Mixed: Tourney Results I I last Tuesday and driving Cannon of Maxvllle.! The community -f M's.\ Jean'tt" Owens of I returned to their N:>besvllle.: j! Hospit.nl l : Red*. Wheel'' Chairs. Crutthe"I

Jam* Mrs:' themselves) a brand new Ply- Mtfnl Its sym"athj last we'kjvl:: 8fte'l
Hanson Mrs Ann < .
s home!
mer* "Itrrtn;: ('r In the Bncklli I Winners In the el: ht-T"' Pk'- Jacksonville! visited Sunday:\ fad
Itoland Mt! R. N. Llv"invrston. -' ', mouth home. ts: the frnillles! *If fh late :Mr i weeks here with
Bryan twj
..I McCOI rnIck. "Ever- : long mixed best. ball tourua I afternoon with Mr. and MrsD \ : spending '
fmlr, Wuise"-Oaddls.: "Three I ment held, nt the club were< I I: Well like I told
nov SCOUT NEWS I beginnkX-, must make this' \CTiyiTirsPllf'Dav' Misses\ Elaine : Mr and \IJ' Dave Cn/ertl.ilf' :'
fr> n< \ nensJy" Bo' gehold.cui I I Mr. and! Mrs. Whitney Wy- << Mos'ry: an. Serving Florida
: >). t HIP PI!}"- Pezzl. an"R"lv9r" I 'Do;;; Seoul( 'Tro6i"10' | I Com man with a tie fur second be- one hot md swet So I hope ; it the Dlamonl A'eme' Carter of Doctor: Inlet and son. ,
Ornmntky..Hdenci mittee' held "'a mSetln!/ ? MondaJidifht. \ 'I tween Mr. and Mrs. E. FAiken I you read l slowly for It would I D A/eni/ sponsnre-l by the visited Tuesday nfterncnuttla -- 1930
No..''. 20. The of last that wny'! A busygoodbye Ranpe! / ntclera! Club of the Diamond -
longer ,
Flrtton: "The COl'I i \! purpose and Mrs AI t Ketch :Mrs 7Io1l.! J 'f h": 7z 1'g
I I foi, this wt'f1k. I) Ha mil:: hut b"en HOUSEHOLD ..
the to lec-rult to ill
I iiticnof,, Time" Anderson. meeting was anew paired with Col. John Biidler: V Mr. and Mis Kanclol]; I

T, "!> Qrccn Planet" -Holly. Scoutmaster Present I clnngtd! : to Bun'uy afternoon I Crosby entertained at thcli. --- ,... ...
I December 12. Admission i Is free PESTS
Rev. Jean II. Chance I tM
"The Lnnguages! of Pao"Vance were home Sunday with a birthday
"Fnntnstlc Stories" Albert, Sehopnemnn Phil Parsons Keystone Area I and everyone I is Invited to attend dinner honoring' their neighbor -0 V D.sI.cWvSV Mrs. Kucile
Neighborhood Com mill- NEWS NOTESFrom and participate( in the Veeasft.rV Cordially
Teitz nnd "The ShroudedP1anet' Paul] Helms. Other guests! GodwinRepresentative
Hloner. rtrtd tttuflonnl] Representative Church Service events. A concession stand will '
-Randall noylng) the occasion wer:'

This Is a wonderful activityfor !, L O. Baldwin I be open for refreshment Mrs. Paul Hlms and Miss Welcomes

those hWy winter nights, Hurry Jackwn. Claude!\ Martin f ( PrprjT-rwnp" Page! ) I It A Christmas Concert will beheld olin McClung. ,\ 1013 E. Call St. Yea and Your
Thursday night De<*"m-
pnd voin library has nn excrlleni and Glynn] Rothhammer.Saturday'ji t Sunday afternoon visitors olMr Ph. 961-5321
was held nt :2 p. m. Thursday -Bsi't I'd her 16 at: the DaMwIn];! JrSiHljh C'os,1 Family to Your
htkln trip "a .
seli>ction to suit every : !\ and Mrs Randolph !
I DPC. 9. and a more complete Flrbt nptUt. Rev. J. D School Oym Starke New Home
called off but will take place
intei est. The hours are 1 to bv were B. C. Butler' and Leon
6:30: p. m. Tues. thru Frl., and I this Saturday with Mr. and account will appear in nexweek's Bowen pntor.. : Ralph Copeland.orll'l'InlM. The Maxvllle Baptist Church :, Butler all of Mlddleburg \

9 a. m. to 5 p. m. on Satur- I Mrs. Ronnie Arrowsmith ac- paper. services Sunday will hold their annual Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Randolph:\ The State of FloridaIt
days. I compnnvlnar Troop 109. The regular Game-Part] Worship! : Party at the church Wed-I Crosby visited Tuesday- of last
SCHOOL NEWS Day will be deferred until 2 P. 11 a. m.. 7:30: )p. m. tnurserj! -sday, night. December 22
THANK YOU week in Starke with Mr. and I* Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
7:30 m.
Mclrose Hl"h School wa m. Thursday, Dec. 30, due to nnfnWednesday\ p. Fvervonc Is Invited to pttpn1.,
Thf. fnmllv of MM. J. T. School 9:15: a. in.nursery Mrs C. C. Crosbv hone To Acquaint You With Your City.
Phillips! wishes to Ki'atefully broken into this pnst Thursday Christmas\ holiday.. :Manj Sunday The laJIos:! of the :Maxville1aptit Mrs Din Byrd nnd E CPoc1l"tt
night Severn! Items was! uto1 members wilt hinwav, but for f oponl 1 Training Union Church] ar. giving nthiwer of)
ni know ledi- all the kind expressions spent Wednesday
of sympathy from I len and Mm.' Worley's pi'turomoney tiio.sc remaining In the city 0:30: p m. I nursery open 1 I ICat FrMav nliht at the II last week with Mr IIn1Irs: 9643965Florida If you are new in the area, a phone f

was tnken Mrs. \Worlpji and those who hnve visitors! o1' church for the Marvin S-nltti' I
D : ]
friends! and netehbors! follow- "olle :>McCluna and family call will bring visit
u"' the death on Nov. 30 ol i' a I teacher for thelecond/ friends, the" chapter will enjoya St. WllUanrs! Fi'. Thoma family The Smith home Mrs Randolph] Croxby made you a prompt

i HMinuijbter.. Mrs. DonnleMlnchevv grade. !social hour together! will I Kclty"pilCHt? In charge' : : Mn I IE. I caught llro Wed n!>1Id1W, mornini' I II business trio to'Orern Cove from your local hoate! <*H. Please give

of Ortega Hills!] In There will be a musical I refreshmentproUrlcrt l by th,' A. I..iuiu>i, oivanLstM.isses I :. coined hv nn electric:: blal-] Spilni Saturday

Jacksonville. l' Christmas Pi'OTram Dee. 1C so<'l.il committee It will nisi : Siindny 9:15: a, m I Ir I t k( t and evervthlnir< In the John Waters underwent!<< 'urfferv Pest her R call? She has maps and many

CHURCH NEWSSt. nt 8 p. m. nt thl' M"li-ose High be an opportunity foi thasiattpndln "' slons 5 to 330: p. m each Saturday houseva\ 'a total loss. Anything I, '<< Thur"'!IV in St Vlnr--nt' free

William's Catholic-Next School.) <.r to dlicuss prospec:' I In th" household! Hit" Hospital In -ksonvl'le an.l Control and wonderful Rift for you

Basketball nt Meh-ose statt.; tlvr plans] foi the New Year 4fled1ctiOnA1311lay. will be greatly oppreclatetl l by
Name returned home
Sunday Is Holy Sunday; Novena art! I Friday. ep CHEMICAL CO. from local businesses. !
will ed off with one win and two the famllv 'el'vone" Invited Miller of Mrs I .
and Name 7'30 m. TYrone
Holy men occupy \ p. son
..................... j
their usual reserved seatJ l Ibs es. The "A" Team lost to I fo attend and help. ... I Dorothy Miller. Is presently -

for Mass.' 'I Tnvlor. 45-34 The "H" Team: -1utei'IenuIIuItiovl5lCommunity, Stork Shower I stationed at Paris blind, S. C

The ladles of the Altar SocIety lost to Taylor, 22-19. The Melrose -INDIAN% BEACH Church Dr.A. .Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw entertained with the Marine: Corps
I I minister\ : Mrs: ,
C. H.rtt.
Girls won.December .
wish to thank everyone at her homo Saturday Mr and Mrs. J. Marlin

who helped to make their bake 1O the boy will (f.nke Smti Fe George Canova' org-anUt nl
sale] such a s&iccessJ .' play Bronson. DPrrmrter 10 the ; : ) Sunday School."0:30: a. m honoring' Mrs. Dim (Joan I I of Whltchouse moved In re- ,

J GLAMOUR AND GUI TEH pirls] will piny! Ooala.]: nils .'...h r. ;Mllli-r, Sr. MorningYor"hlp. It. mi Byr:*. During the evening 'cently with Mrs. Dorothy '

Miss Mary Ann Schaeffer, PERSONALS i Nurserr! open both hours.. names were played and prizes: I Miller. :

daughter of the Oeorge Scha- :Mr.: and MM" Giant RJlhI AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJArc awarded to Mrs Florida Baileyof Mrs.: Dorothy Waters visited /

(t effers of Keystone has been I I hnmmer ]left fOE Cedar ]Key<< you In the Chl'I'ttnlln'> -Fil. eoulSt. line's Hev. W. W Jacksonville. Mrs D. J I Thursday and Sunday In St. I II EeJYDoqyIoros:

( sponsored by the Art Club at ,: FrlrUiy morning after(, uecka! spirit like I am ? I nm no 'bus! ;'' Wor"
St.Johns River Junior Collegeas I I stay In Melrose.] :! firctttngr my gifts made (whichIs ,| organist.Mufntng/ rrosby. I with her father Mr. A. 1.. Elect*! Gifts

an entry In the "Miss Or- :: Jack] Chnmbli'f] celebrated the trite wny to give!> you Ser After the> honored guest RheberK of Ma<<:clenny.l I

mond Lang" contest to beheld !I his 8th birthdnv last Monday, know) that. I harilly found ; <: 2nd: and Prayer-Hf! lUll HIndlYII I :1 opened her many! ]lovely] and l Friends of Mr. aril Mrs :I
I mon ) !
later in the month. The Mrs. Ornee Stevens itavin! tlmo this week to slip In and{ useful] Rifts! refreshments o' Lairy Henry anj children will tt ro1cllllsbnas

winner Is determined on the'I Dinner Party last: week( say a short "hello" ''to you all!! I 9:30: a. m. fnuwrry op..n.Holy 1 rake and! punch were servedto be Interested to know they

basis of talent popularity, and Mrs. R. I.. Smith brought I have a most .Bad job this E'ucharl.st\ and! lIel nlt..l11"t. the Itll stS. have returned from Hawaii : .
her mother. Mrs.! Mrs. o. BHnrshbnrp'er. and 3rd Sumhiys 0:30:: A ,
beauty. week and that is the one ofpns'4lIt f (n r. Churct 0 Out, of town guests were and are staying at the homeof I hr" .
from PnlnUcn] nursery) op
Invitations are being received Mr. and Mrs. A. L Rheberg
i il
t Nl'drehtna
on to those of you Mrs :
School 930: A. 111;. "Holy] EU-
home with her for a visit. ;
by all personnel of the who <'may not yet know it, that clwrUt 8 euch Sunday"' Johnny Bachlna, Mrs Florida l ,
Dnnny Rowe( rolebrnt his n. m.
E. 'I. DuPont de Nemours I Mrs. FMna ]Klnchen Is still in Evening Prayer: '7:30: P. :M Bailey and WlnonU Bailey., all ,
third birthday this past Friday. :
Cotopany to a staff Christmas Norfolk. Va. where she was of Jacksonville. S
t 6-: P. M
party on Saturday:: evening at Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Easter- railed a couple of weeks agoKdnti each each Sunday. :YC, : Ilanklns-Mlllcr. I I STARKEBUSINESS I _

the; Ponce de Leon Hotel In St llnir/ and family, from Fan I flew up and was 'wilt Dally Sunday.offices of lornlllgRnd \ Miss Jean Hanklns! of South

Augustine Keystone DuPon- OnlH* Mr and Mrs. Larry her daughter Mrs. George Evening Prayer. 8:00: A I II Bert*: Indiana. and:! Eddie Miller 'I
tefS will board a chartered bin Thompson and family from Peebles : and!
(Cleon) when she pas of Harvey. Illinois
weekendvisiting M\ and 5:00: ) P. Id.l'resbyterla"
Orlando. spent ]last I sad| away the early part of formerly of Maxvllle were

[_ : Mr. and Mrs. Qlynn ]last week I do not have Fxl,; united In marriage Tuesday. DIRECTORY i

TH- I Rothhnmmer and family. na's Virginia nddrcs.s( which Faith Presbyterian Churcn November 30.The wedding was! 047

Charles and F.mma Perry many of you have called and -Rev. J. R. Nc-ale Jr.. minister held In South Bend. Ind. I

; and family recently moved to Inquired about but we are : Mrs. Curl Swiahnum- Mother of the groom U Mrs. II

Atlanta, Oa. They were here assured ,by our good l postal! ]' mor organist: Richard Schno- Dorothy Miller of Maxvllle. I AITTO( UEPA1KS

this past weekend visiting clerks] that. with sufficient berger, violinist. The groom attended schools r

fnmlly and friends. hermother postage, simply send your con- Sunday School.< 9:45: ft. m Kt Maxvllla Elementary and Earl' Garage

Mrs. E. I. VanNetta and tlolencen to ''the ''Melrona address !Morning Worship< 11 a. mSunday. Baldwin] Jr.-Sr. High School.He .\hi. KINI S" OP;

Mrs. Leila Cannon end they will be glad I Nursery open both has been making his homeIn AI'TO REPAIR WORK

from Lakeland went to Georgia 'to forward It. Clean. was burled hours.J Illinois for the past several All Work Guaranteed

for the weekend for a visit in Arlington Cemetery the year' where he Is employed.The I Phone' SSW1944Mu. Electric; gift\ are' enjoyed for ytttn. Popular, practical.

m with Mrs. Van Netta's daughter ]latter part of the week, end couple will make their I !' Walnut. Stacks
and grandchildren. preferred' and i "ppreci' td. They show good taste smart ..
$1 Per Day I we ''neighbors suppose Rtinvvtll CITV OF KEYSTONE home In Harvey IU. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil T*. I tookchildren > : AUTO SERVICE:
.stay on to help settle HEIGHTS REQUEST FOR RECENT BIRTH judgment and true friendship. Loving thanks come
AM- >T.\V I'OHT.\IU.S: ant!
Ralph] Jjhn ,
and the two boys. Our
down for the RIDS !Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph< 'Bi:H\ I .naturally when you help someone Live Better Electrically!
family were out to Gilbert S. Brown
deepest sympathy goes
( LAND ('J.F.IUSOT CITY Mcver of Memphis., Tenn. announce -
Emerson weekend.
I this family at this time. ,
Teena Rothhammer had AIRPORTThe the birth of a son. Stamford Oil !Avrslre Station
,Air.] ( and ''Mrs. "Lucky" Lnt
surgery on her Jaw lust \l\enlC. I City Council will accept Glenn Alan. :Monday. Nbv i ..ULTIRr. \

Dahmer's She Is recovering nicely. genii and family, spent 1100141: bids at 7:30: p. m. on Tuesday, 13.\ In Memphis. [ A BATTKRlrSBudget :
time recently at their cottage I
Mrs. Ronnie Arrowsmith Is I December H. 1963 at the City Paternal grandparents are Term-' Road Service.

112 E. Call ['h. 9G1M771) I In bed with a bat: cold. Friendsof 1 They came down home from and were theliJacksonville Hall In Keystone Heights for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Mey I Phon *A-7071 !

Jackie's wishes: her a fast Mr. and! clearing of Approximately 10 ers of Cleveland. Ohio. and aol N. Trnipla !Stark I
met slater,
and full recovery. I byJCilen's acres (back of fence) In the maternal grandparents are Mr.
L Mrs. Fred Smith and ion of North West approach area and and Mrs. Walter Lonthrlpp of HURST'S
Gainesville. the cuting of usable wood be- MaxvtMit.! I
GLASS That'. Our Business Mr. and 1\MI. Art \Vheel] fore or after clearing. Workto The Meyers' are formerMax'yllle ShELL II
Rick aol Tina and Mr and fRUI I A GAY
be completed by January residents:\ and are I Service Station 32-PAGE BOOK.A .

"If Ifa!''! r.laa We Have It" Mra. Doyle James spent a 10. ItttS.! Clearing: Finished making their' home in Memphis G*. Oils Lubrication Treasury ol Chrntma kfeM*o mk.
Orlando] with
Inner weekend In condition" allow for mowing, where Mr. Meyers' Is Utinned -I Goodyear Tim A Itatlvrtoa your worti fighur nd your holiday
I CALL WRITE or VISIT George and Dorothy's sister,, I bnQ t.... Get fvs ..
Brush can be pushed to sides with the U. S. Navy.PEftSO4.U. ROAn SERVICE COC>>'I your eIec-
FOIl ANY GLASS NEED Mr.! and Mra. Rroahear And I tca4 .ppanc. deals, _
and piled. No burning. Quoteon .* .
family recently. On Tuesday: ,, SHEET: ME7TA1.: WORK
We Design Modern Store Front the Whveler'a received a call total job price basis. Wood Mr. and Mrs. J. Marlin, nK !

0.. Just Mail Us A Pattern For of congratulations from the cutting: Quote on per cord Coletnttn were In Tampa for I Thompson Sheet

Table RCA people. It seems. thai basis. Contact Chief Brune for the weekend for a visit with I THfttfS MO MATCH FOR

TopSHEA'S they are the' recipients of an- details. The City reserves the their aon-ln-Uw and daugh: Metal Works FLAMfltSS ELECTRIC &VWG.

other nil expenne-frve trip\ right to reject any and all tee Mr. and Mrs. Bobby New All Types Metal 'Work !
I GLASS CO for filling their sales quota biis.;! man. Mr. Newman Is confinedto I ESTIMATES. FABRICATIONAND

Ue This time the ''trip Is to New Joy O. Baker a Tampa hoeplUl. INSTALLATION I It' fLDllDA I POWER I LICIT CONPAIT

(NOT INC.) Orleans over the New Year'iweekend City ClTk Mrs. Dorothy Miller spent heating Jt Air Condo System VILPII. .WLII SLOaaoa .

PI. Gainesville. Fla Thone FR2-.135J$ : with the Sugar Bowl It 139 the weekend in Marietta with t' Ph. M4-O714 R N.W.4th
1313 the her son-in-law and daughter
( j game Included as some of -.

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Bn.\OFOCI t'ot"NTT TY-J.F.On.\rn. "T\RKI': n.nmn PACE Nrn!


Kingsley Lake :

'w 4 ,I Smok.o..Ai WHOLE 6J08LB FXC AVG.
Mr. r.. M. Norton I II I .
Phone 383-281 L


.. Kingsley SCHEIU Lake'Llaw Baptist P. I c, ... gaROASi / !

: Sunday School. 9:43
..m., Morning Woshlp, 11 am., I'....
Training: Union, 6:15: : p. m,
Evening Worship, 7.3O:: p.m. \
Midweek prayer service. Wednesday
7:30: pm.. Choir Prac- CJIUCE<
tice 8:30: p.m. Rev. B. T Feavy. 41l
pastor "Come, let us worship LBt S8e.
l 1 ST AK$
together. Beulah! 'I ........ .. :
Baptist Church: Sunday [
School, 10 a.m.. Corning I
Worship 11 a.m.. Training UnIon _
6:30: p.m., Evening \Vor-I .zrjT RiB ;;

hlp. 7:30: p.m., M4d-week _ '... 8ac
'' LB
prayer service Wednesday 7:30: do.Rw rAMe.
p.m. Rev. R. I* Taggart, pas STE/IEIS....... .
tor. "Everyone welcome."
New Rher Amuxrlatlon. I f' BONELESS

Brotherhood The New River meeting Atsorlution. will be THE WEEKEND quantity right reserved t ," .......... .............. SIIJIOlm II"D! Ii R .,
held at the Klngsle Lake LB 98 .
Baptist! Church Friday Dec '
Special Sn AKS.............
\\1 at 7:30: p.m. There will be
II only 1 a r few Joy 39S
special music and a (Urn will U"rr Mu LB
b. Known, titled "WICnesHing '! .. I left to win I ...... ..u un..,,. BONELESS BEEF STEW OR
$1 My World." Refreshments! .
1 be served by host church. Merchant DEEP POT ROAST LB
F.1Il\ men are cordially invited _v>_

Mrs. Mary Shlpmnn a.nd Mrs ; Bless Chuck Roast..H.FYNETASTE
lma Riggs were Sunday din-
tier guests of Mr and Mrs CREENDELU Chopp.J Form.J Fiosen
I'. I*. Hickey and son of Green Du.NDS UBEEF -
Cove Springs. CUBE STEAKS.....10 2011 STEAK: 99C w

I fcnd G. Mr.L* Crawford and Mrs of K ThereaHi M Norton Ui THIS WISCONSIN. CHEDDAR Offer rl'! gau l

and children, Mrs L. V. MILD DAISY CHEESE............!.......S9,
Moore and daughter of Etarke I IA :
nd Mr end Mr. Warren Eb- CARTA.COLD PURE FRESH I c :
and two laughter Mr t\ i!'! i! {]fILii :
mg nd ""Mrs J. T. PrevnK\ and { ORANGE JUICE........;.....;3..WM ....79 ': BOOKS IN TIME OFF EE
VfJfJ It;; M%
ihlldren. of Starke and :1an". Il.i.: .0 PAR KAY. BLUE BONNET OR MRS. FILBERT'S ( : FOR CHRISTMAS
Mrs. W H. Agner all aU.nd.the
!game Friday night/ at OLEO QUARTERS......................L..29':? $ REDEMPTION' .
uburndale, between our Tor. S ""
.does and the DlooclhoundsAuburodale. NAPOLETANA

r w etch adsnext PIZZA PIES..................A AJ&5.\,. f.......JV BUll P'
Mrs. J. M Bradley leaves ? our ) L i, ..
,his Wednesday for an tendril MORRELL PRIDE PURE PORK ......._ .....- LB fr

",family.visit with Mr. her and daughter Mrs J.and 8p'Quin ROLL SAUSAGE........................?.....48$ WITH YOUR- ; BAG
week for :
and children in .\UrietCi. FARMER GRAY ,
t'Ci.Mr and Mrs O W Brown SMOKED SAUSAGE......J7. :>:.MR.........59t [ ..--:;
weekend guests Jor f Mrs :or.
.Margaret Ann Peeler' und start of an exciting. PAN READYDRESSED ONLY IZ \ ,to '

family In Mandarin. WHITING .................. s..15! .
j Mrs( Cecil Whitehead and, SAVE 10' KING' SIZE
daughters, Mrs Maxte Carter ...-t INev
jpr. and Jeannle .Faulk attendW '- III PER HUNDRED. LUX LIQI.fIDl.DET.ERGENT 72ee -
SHRIMP. I" j ]
BAO J ..._-
the wedding Miss Unit .m.:. !.... ....... ,1.1..1.

lee Stoughton and Joh Paul i BUY THE FIRST SAVE lOf KING SIZE
lemmona last Friday eveningn
th- St Johns Park IlapUst HUNDRED FOR lIt i CINT'- "
Church: Jacksonville BONUS BINGO PRIZE SLIPS WILL BE FYNE-SUDS...........r12ee.............!A91a
Richard( Wett of Ja<'knonvilte : ORDER OF $2.50. i DEL MONTE! CALIFORNIA YELLOW CLING'
visited Mr and Mrs M.ixleCaiter SUPPLY LASTS ... WINNING BINGO SLIPS .
Mini Stndy Callan attendeda DITIONAL $1.00PURCHASE I
luncheon at the Starke Recreation MANAGER BY DECEMBER 16th, 1965 : ; SAVe 1l ASSORTED FLAVORS "

C' hr list Sa turdayhonoring TO BE CilGIBLE FOR PAYMENT. YOU .. 's'I
the Southern'! (Un 1 ; CAN BUY AMADDITIONAL DRINKS..3 CANS 89*
mount Bantim Football TeSandy - Is ere of the cheerleaders -. d e'tIiJ ;' 100 : r1W.
for the team Also PresentINtla .. ,. .
-- :- : -: : -- STAMPS FOR; 17C Ta.e
was Kelly Wwodham : SWEET\ PEAS 7 CANS $1
their nvancot. wr hlghttlquality .
Rev B T Pntvy and family 2 :
visited his\ brother H M Pea -: S h : ROSKDALt! : CREAM STYLE V > 4 .-
vy who Is a patient In I he St "
Anthony Hospital in 8t Petersburg RE GUI AR 2/291 THISO..Urx"us GOLDEN CORN.7 (;AtCl $1
!'s.t weekend.lra. DLC.2/th.Itt3
) Patricia Johns of Se .a ROStDALE ALL CRECN
'.' 'A.
|bring-Johnson sister visited of here Mm(la.l week Ruth, ) .it REGULAR29 ............................ LIMA? DEANS 7 CANS u.; $1
jjand rptered the Mliral Cen I ", itV. 3
I J,ter /In Gainesville for Intensive' II! -
\ RCULAR1.00
(tests to determine t If heart, '
#aurg'!ry will be necessary. Mrs I r i T' LIBBY KIDNEY BEANS''!!:' c ]10 GEARS FARMHOUSE, ] FROZEN
(Johns Is the mother cf tw<> t
little girls and a boy She wit: t\\" DIXICHI"A TOMATO ASS? FAMILY SIZE
:)appreciate everyone r.. mb.1 SPAGHETTr..10 I
tag her In prayer .
and family had n* Sind.i.Kti"U
" Mr and Mrs lla.ll Otis 1 >.. 1 MEAL or GRITS.....s? g'!*........2S.. .
son, Mrs(:f Jarksnnvilte Minnie. Ml run <,iK Toni '\ 1 1 ; SAVE 11 l < ASSORTED FLAVORS .. w' S 17". bIEADS_ U P .

?.pa Is visiting Mr ami Mi.Srne.t ,* I 4: SEGO.....LIOUID.. ... !.!: r.:4: IOoI c"$1 f 09 :
Harris. r, r J $1,#1
KeRn Kder of Jack,n.r, I C ?AVrKt WAtDOBF WHITE OR COLOR!,tNT :

Mrs Lott attended Sadie !Elder the and game Johnm>. ...si. ...! PAPER TOWELS' ..4 ROLLS $1 1 My FOR LlgrrJor :
Tube #II
AubtirmUle\ Friday nigh<< 63.
Miss Marian Faulk 01( J.. k FF DELUXE FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE 9e/ ;
.. Vol"o '
. onrlll weekend. who"as was '
ed Mrs.the Maxle game Carter at Aabnrndnlr Sr ttr-ii1 APPLES...........4 LB BAG 39* :; GUARANTEED .gpcddl LtW.lF ") Ut t: fiJJ :tons::

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with David Shannon's 'amll : :
but week FANCY YELLOW GLOBE; PEANUT BUTTER ..,.. .. -..... -
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f Misses. Ji...lv and '''It'tel.a" '
1 : ,
\"" attended the 11th'Graham ONIONS..5 LLIJJ I: J -'-. ,fia1J 1JJ. .... M tit -- J-:

i Crusade' Aim ,at the : : : LAYER CAKECLOVERLEAF ; : ,..;M.aw..., : ...-. : l MUN! _aA.a_ .
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\\Colweum /Ma fxfNA I
Sunday ft rn+am ; I INef' afNA' I : /NlfafNA" 1

iinvUle Miss Sylvia spent Norton Mundtv of lad niifhl FRESH FIRM GREEN ,. Jill"' << : :'MLRU4NTS} CRIEN. STAMPS i : MIRCHAHTS GREEN. "w.Nitwit STAMPS. i 1"/i MERCHANTS end-,CHIEN f..w.ww STA/APS N :

with her familyAlrtlway CABBAGE.LaS Ie....- .. ..... -: .tO: ""' ''' i fi' rin'' : r'" J'LI"' '" .rz.roL.PICC'.DIUA4WID.: .
('e/ehratin./ 'r. S" Ie 1 rzo:: I IN> CAC foMIHC'MEAT 1 : rar rr I, p't4 11(1C 1 eo F.f. NOODLES :
eI';I4:" i. .. PIE WHIPPED MARGARINE I I ..... .....
J REG v. : _. _... : : n
Mrs! M Bradley < .100..1 6 .I\ r or' :
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ed. .her 7Mh birthday Sundae FANCY GOLDEN RIPE M ------ "i I'" s ------ J 1\ ---- n-IW5
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Those ration,, vtMUng were Mr her and for )11V the ...................l...] Ole. .I ," '" ,.i aPi -. .1ilD: .......-. I' '1 .-...- a-I.MN;; II'; i .,!. I ft1A1'ANAS I'"/; ..

N Geiger; R C Bradley Ito. .... ..................................... : ....Iela : : ...w. .-.1 i i ID aMlMelA.1.. i.
and three riaugbrn .
m' Bradley .. : /Nfa I \
<<< a.> of Jackmnvilto goof l lMr \. '\fie" : ROLLS : "MERCHAIfTS' CRXEN /.' S MERCH1MTS' CRItN STAMPS MIRHANTS GRIEN STAMPS
: :
and Mrs J L Ifr adl- : e".w..a.r..r..r : ., ii .. :
PEARS..2 39d r.w N .M N (.55555 w 1. .ra
and. fam.l" LBS ,.- ,. : UDH..It. cxo:: : .. .
... S a 4* 10 r i rLr JAM. _VUBAM
l 0' 1' DUST 3Ii $B" .
,. : u 29 ; .IG WESSON OIL
\\OKKI'f !"( UrIlI'iL'. ; 11 rAG .4 'r. ... .., .. ,. .. .....' ,,_ .. ... ..
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There cUt be a .orlr II" Sr' I t ,

Dyal Cetnet r''.on Sat a'ayDee *.<,'t\ I A SOFTER Sa00fNfR in WITH TMC PROVEN IfAUTY SOAP LfAVft CI: flTHfSIOFTf*. DKTtRCtNTrHIC 1IA'tr nr r KCCHT!;; 'YOU\ CAN iJf
te J
il All i: !Te proa

.hen,.. sk mows
twee+wn to ;p.' 1',1' crtneteIn THt SOAP cr IFA'. "rut wCAMAY EN 'T** Tat? TO if LOVELY WIT etp t AtMAt Ft i ovitr LONSH IIYH A tnn*cLf WHITHMIMG ACIMT

first <:tau ',d1.1OI.I'1a.Ue : the SOAP .ATH IUS' 2/33/ ( ( ZEST SOAP .r=ou. 2/33/ ( IVORY SNOW ,..., 85(5( CHEER DETERGENT CIANT 83(5(

S.n..s.' at THE IAr1 I /AVOel7: [ IEAUTY IATN : ( lf IMG taMS Litt DUZ '

TCLEGRtrtl: IVORY SOAP /29/ ( ZESf'sOAPr.eT 2/45d/ DRfFrnH' 37tf ii r'D W OIMNI*;:
PUSOMALSIZit .. ( 1.ARGL: .. ..... DETERGENTr .. ,BJ ).05

r* rLATMr w THE "TouT CIT WI'-r l THtHCS VtMTES> O'OtK' rairiOUJtptlMCXMr/.! V

j IVORY 'A"i'4'" ;2j'J.3 J LAVA SOAP. <"ou-<2/25/ r nXYDOLI- y....'Y z.f5dDASN' ) ... :l{ Z9 Jk J

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Bradford County Telegraph] I

fiTARKK, FIJI., TIIMtanAY, DEC 9. 1905 __ __ _

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.ai> s\ (. ;', .. .,' i .:.. HERE SATURDAY church last Saturday night PERSONALS

.. The sale last Sat- The refreshment table featured -
V' ',' ... ; r"." rummage Mr. and' Mrs. Lawton
!, I 1 tf'If'' 'I.. "., '. JI urday at Hampton city hall Christmas decorations of Youngblood are the parents of
,, .. .j.,, '. sponsored by the Hampton red candles trimmed with hol-
-1. a son born Saturday Dec 4.
.. -I. .." home demonstration group, ly circlets and greenery. After
I "f',0:\ at Bradford:! County Hospital
And Now To Select A Site ZI"( ''IF :"t 'e. '. .; netted about $39. and Is to ba several games refreshments of In Starke.

I I fI1d" ., ."... I'lttJriJ. continued again this Satur- coffee cake and canals were Lott
Miss Frances of Jack-
; r' '. day at the hall at 9 a. m. served to those present.

The people have spoken, via a straw the present building. This:'! does not ,: .., ..'_.j,. ; Proceeds from the two Saturday MOVIES AT SCHOOL, sonville spent Thanksgiving
here with her parents. Mr
ballot taken several weeks ago mean that every effort should not be I J sales are to put on a Two full-length movies are
I and Mrs.! F. P. Lott.
they approve a new courthouse for .made to come as close to it as possible.The f ''f t. i community Christmas party at to be shown at Hampton Elementary -

Bradford County and have told the opinion has also been expressedthat .t- the hall complete with Santa School next week:
CLEft".t' Claus sometime the week be- Walt Disney's "Treasure Is- IRU: \i. \(.nci:
County Commission in uncertain -r",
no the new courthouse being a ," )( -
:\ Co <1"0 ? '' fore Christmas More complete land" on Tuesday, and "AliceIn Hl4 tiijlB'will' ,. ..
terms: "Go ahead!1" should be {''I u. '. '!\ .
the .
"showpiece" for county, \;: ;::f plans for the party to be arranged Wonderland" on Friday. I the of"trt! ; 'nfelfcialn'' M! ". .
Now the matter of site selec- Ktor'ila' State !'roM, ,,, I IKloildA ,
comes located on U.S. Highway 301, where ... at the meeting Wednesday Next week will be the last .11.. .
)' "' up lo 'and' n< !h.>tiIt' > r t.".
tion, which brings on more talk. tourists and other see J' .. \\J this week. calndar .
passersby can .\ :.J C week of school this :HI A. M I 15., l 1.>. ih. i
Stop any five people on Call Street it to good advantage. Obviously, this 7 ., i1tWr SOCIAL IIELIHampton ) ye 11', as the Christmas school I far dire for, in" inui-H.. t '
,; I ,.,.
these days, put the question to them, would be desirable, but is not-in our I ,r"abe I II

and you are likely to get five different opinion-an overriding factor in the *** ;young adults' Sunday School I Friday, Dec. 17. Classes begin ..btul'',.'" from, u>" II i iIY

opinions as to where the new court- final selection. We enjoy seeing a ; ASfES R, ..f' class held a social at the again on Monday. Jan. 3. I : :t ;.

house should be. beautiful courthouse as we drive ;j .

No matter which site is chosen, not through a town, and it does make a .

everyone will be pleased with the final good impression. But we have never Cc''RT .t1l .. ... ....

selection. But that does not mean that been influenced to stop and eat a mealor : HO S -,

everyone should not be given an opportunity spend a night in a town becauseof :

to air his-or her-views on the courthouse alone, and we doubtif OS WSi.SSiQW 1:1

I such an important matter, and be heard anyone else has been. Desirable, ,dW M ? (

by the County Commission before the yes, to have it located on our main t ,'
: ,
final decision is made. artery of travel, but there are many Y'. ', {

F Thalt' is, why we" applaud the actionof more factors involved that are much ,it. ":

? the Commission in' calling a public more important.We ;. f. .fI"i:
'hearing in the courtroom Tuesday do not envy the Commission the !

:night, Dec| 14, for the purpose of'receiving decision that it must make within the ., i

site proposals and hearing the next few weeks. It is a decision that 4..M00 t.. fnt2Gj ,. '

;views of everyone who wishes to be should not be hastily made but only 4? :., k s, 't ;" ,j71

heard on the subject. The final decision after the most! careful consideration( of .'e.' ) ry;,",...::...tie...v. ''I"oJ ,. $1 j jY"
: of course, will be the Commlsaion's "',<$'- I>,j
all factors involved. In the
;' but the meeting will serve a meeting for next Tuesday calling night, the There Was An Old Woman 4\ ___. -_ ,.. f '> ,.J,'.1'i.".'.

worthwhile in letting < ,.
purpose every- Commissioners' have indicated that W. x '&t: i (
"one "speak his piece." And who knows? they realize the complex problem with TTnVTTTTTTTTITTT Mm. Gloria! Padgett and r..T T f wwww.......VTTWWHAMPTON ; / ,:... 11
it is entirely possible that some which they are faced and do not intend children of Mlddleburg visited ; .m, "

worthwhile suggestions\ might be made. to act arbitrarily in the matter. her slater Mrs. Lilian Futch ; 11

T. It is generally agreed that the new They are offering the people an op- CLAY HILL last Friday. L. .t \
site should be close to the and Mr. Robert Baxl-jy >
as center of Air. "
f portunity to be heard and certainly ;. _
Mm. D. E. IIIU i
the present business district as Uy Mrs. Howard Pudietl Jr. and family of Doctors Inlet Br
sible. But some members of the Commission pos-- their invitation should be accepted and visited Mrs. Baxley's par- Phone 468-1160 :If

appreciated. Anyone who does! not attend Phone 2894133AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 ents'Mr. and!. Mrs. Hardy Pad .. .

believe that a five-acre site the meeting next Tuesday! night gett "Tuesday night.Jimmie .- aAAa1AaAAAAAAaAAAAaA1MAIL ', ""r''", .,... .. '.' .,..,"-.
will be required for present needs and should forever "hold his peace" when Carter was out of EARLY! ?"'* ., .,'" ,.._, ? ,>1

-purposes of future expansion. A three- the final decision is made. We are happy to have .two I! school last Friday or the first Mrs Mary Williams Hampton .;',M 010. "

acre site Is said to be the bare mini- more come Into the churrn. postmaster reminds all
At least, no one can say he was not time In two terms with a GOT THERE IN A NEW
mum. It will be difficult, of course, to given an opportunity to express! his Sunday morning Mrs. Christina virus and was carried ,to the postal patrons here to shop SHE
find such locations Blackwelder of Live 7ctor< In prange Park.We \ and mall early for Christmas.
in the shadow of views. <
Oak came in and Sun are sorry to learn that The deadline for mailing regular CAR..FINANCED BY US!

day night Mrs. Paula 1 Mrs. Betty Hysler underwent packages overseas has

I Lang of Maxvllle came In. A surgery last Tuesday In St. already paused, Mrs. Williams Best of nil she; saved money on the! o-vcr-

Christmas Without The CommercialsEach date for the Baptism has not Vincent Hospital. She Is said but airmail packages may nIl cost of her new car...by getting a
been net but will be announced still be sent overseas this week,
home now and reported doing
I bank auto loan! Our bank auto loans
later. through Friday. Dec. 10
We her
nne. wish a speedy re-
year more and more is being "We feel that Thanksgiving is the Our little church is growing covery.. All packages should be wrap- Assure> you prompt action, low cost: :, no

Britten and said in protest of the time to give thanks to our God for the day after day. Maybe before' Those attending the cane ped securely, addressed clearly unexpected extras, convenient out-of-

'cheapening and commercialization of blessings that lie has given to us, and long we will have a large one. grinding at Mr and Mrs Henry ; Including the zip code income payments, and inclusion of your -

Christmas-but, so far, little seems to the time to show our appreciation fora Since the days are getting Mosley'a last Wednesdaywere number and return address. initial insurance premium (if -
have been shorter, the time has been Christmas cards sent first car you.
accomplished in reversing job well done to the people who ser- : Mr and Mrs. George I'I''
; the deplorable trend. vice us. We feel that Christmas should! changed. Sunday School, 10 a. Wilkinson of Jacksonville class for five cents postage, eo dire. !'
As one writer has m., Morning Worship, 11 a.m., Woodrow Thomas of Green can ,be forwarded or returned:
commented: "Each not be commercialized, and is a time
.'year Christmas, decorations in stores for rejoicing and celebrating the birthof Sunday night services 7 p.m. Cove Springs, and Rudolph that is. If a return address Is Finance your car... and save :..herel I'
and Wednesday night services Padgett of Doctors Inlet. put on the envelope. Christmas
a! seem to'go up earlier-in many) cases our Lord, Jesus!\ Christ. 7 p.m.The. Mr. and Mrs. L. K.': Padgettand cards mailed for four cent I,

.;several weeks before Thanksgiving. "Under no circumstances do we ex- children are practicingon son of Starke visited. Mrs. may not be sealed cannot Include I
Christmas hymns; and songs blare forth their parts for 'the Christmas a handwritten message,
pect or want a gift for any of our Padgett's parents, Mr. and
on scratched records from Play but the date for the FLORIDA
squawky employees ourselves at either of Mrs .Hiram Padgett and family and can't be forwarded or returned -
J loudspeakers sotnetimes for fifteen or play has not been act Sunday.Mrs. All addresses! should
these occasions. We feel that
hours with joyful PERSONALS be written clearly to help ,
a day, no semblance of Sarah Norman of Highland -
either reverence or restraint. Arid, the best way for you to show your ap- (Mr. and Mr. Louie Carter I, and Alice Mosley were in speed up postofflce operation. BAN K: ,A 1 ;t }SJt 1 ''R,K'E.-: '.

: increasingly each year, the liquor in- preciation for our business in the past and Nancy visited Mr. and Jacksonville lost Monday. I Mrs. JoAnn Hicks will be ,. "
is to continue to give us good serviceat Mrs. J. B. Mosley Sunday afternoon i
dustry looks Christmas Mr. and Mra. Homer Padgettand assisting! Mrs. Williams in the
upon primar- fair prices. Anything that in 'Mlddleburg. On of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
;iily,as an opportunity to sell you family 'were In Jacksonville postofflce after December 13
Mr and Mrs Joe
would like to give us, give it to us Padgett lust Thursday on buolnewi. to handle the extra Christmas

:utterly'of the holiday's alien to a hallowed true understanding nature." throughout the year in the form of and visited. family Herbert of Padgett Jacksonville Sun I I mall incoming and outdoing./ Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

( competitive prices." We are sorry to learn of REPEAT RUMMAGE: SALE ,
It is encouraging -therefore to day afternoon. .
the death of Joe Kills of Max-'
'at '.least a few individuals and businesses Hooray for Holiday Inn I They have Sharon Mowley and John vllle who passed away in his
said what of would like to Norman of Highland Wt"fevllllflng I
taking the initiative toward many us home last Saturday Funeral
(, .getting Christmas back"into perspec- say if only we had the gumption to Sunday. the Cluy Hill Church services were held In the More people buy Chevrolets? Yes !

tive. One of these, we note, is our put it into words and broadcast it to Mrs. Lcaller Lang! and Iron Long Branch Church Mondayat

new Holiday Inn of Starke, which has the world. It is something that needsto Padgett were !In Jacksonville' 2 p.m. Burial 'was in the

mailed ,the following Commendable be said and repeated and repeated Friday, Christmas shopping I Long Branch Cemetery under
the direction of
Grlfua Funeral
message to its suppliers and friends: until, at last, it begins to take effect.It Mrs. DeJmn Tyler of Lawtey : Home in Orange Park. I

"As the is a small beginning-but others visited her parents Mr. and .
Holiday Season clos-
grows [Mrs. Hiram Padgett Mondayof We are sorry to team that Than other make ? Yes N
er, we at Holiday Inn of Starke would eventually, may follow the lead until lust week. Andy Padgett son of Mrs any car
some degree of sanity is returned to the
like to take this
opportunity to Lillian
expressto Mrs. Colea Chewier and Mrs. Padgett < an "IX'!I-
you our thanks, and explain to you Christmas season and it becomes once Totsla Mosley of Mlddleburg dent with a 22 rifle He was

'our feelings about the holiday season. more a blessing, rather than a blast. visited their later. Mrs. thrum taking it apart, when it exploded -
and the buUet went into
Padgett Wednesday
Mrs. Betty Frego and child- his neck. He is home from the Any other? Yes !

TTTtTTVT'TTVTTTVTT' day before the holidays. These ;yard to be judged. Also discussed ren of Jacksonville and sister,' hospital now and doing as Iii
bags consist of fruit. candy but no decision being Mrs. Doris Reams of Middle- well as can be expected.

'BROOKER and gum. This year Mrs. made, was the progressive burg, visited Mr. and Mrs. I''
Ethel Bass will supervise the supper that the club holds Hardy Padgett Sunday after' -
I" rK:" fins UK. HU.HN'otlr
bagging with the help of the every ;year. Club members not noon. of Intention
By Betty RabonYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.YYTYY to l urflmiu -
seventh and eighth grades. present will be notified before Mr. and Mrs. Homer Padgett under. bulk ...10.) law la There must be reasons. Sure !
', Mrs. Marie ,Davis' room won December 21. and famly visited' Mrs Pad. all pereuna| huvIn' elaime or J.-
mends. utalnut W..t.rn Auto
the room count.WOMAN'S PERSONALSThe gett's mother Mr Jlnni
I,. PTA MEETING THURSDAY Annul-late. /. Stare. Owned byFMward .
The CLUB NEWS Bradford High School Green in Doctors Inlet Friday : llryan.. K.".lon.
High The Brooker Woman's Club to llelirhti, Florida, It< ,. umlxniicnJ -
Band enjoyed trip
School held Its monthly PTA a Cypress: .
Inlrmln In puri-ha In bulk
met last Tuesday night at the Gardens on Friday before go- their return trip ...
meeting In the school lunchroom neaday on the stock of .00. war*. urmrrchamllnw
on Thursday night with Community Center with the Ing on to Auburndale and the home to Plnellas County. anil I / or th. buMln Name ten. OI{:
.. ..
Mrs. Ethel Baas Vice-Presi President Mrs. Pearl Markey. game of the district conference Mrs. Johnlford! Base spent, rixturvi ur equipment u.dIn ,
cnnnx-llim with that certainbtilnisN
dent dlrectlnathe evening. On Of much discussion and Interest which I can proudly say Friday night with her son and nr .n'.rl.. knownthe

the agenda was the reports in was the annual outdoor that we won. Attending the family Mr. and Mrs. J. T.I' a. \\>.l.rn Auto A..wl...tr I
Christmas! decorations that has Store Keyelon.ll.l.M.. .,
the various activities of the game and enjoying the day BOAS. and to cnnrlud such. purrhss Florida AH "fft.*. n...'.... .*.._11.....l ,Halloween Carnival and the became a fine habit with this' were Brooker Band members Recent visitors of Stfrs.\ An- on. l>..vmbr Mth. 1M1. at It Mal MM or Mt and Mtcop l .t AM/FM MulKpl d.gn.d to tola', vibration" b...... awl hock
results of the same. Also principal club. This year as in the past HUda Harrell. Mike Castlen nie Johnson were Von Waters, noon and all emona having 1 Starvo radio, (V-rt" .fir or?.r.d bi con, and Skato- 6 eb.orb.n ..oM>.d la 1 body ttjl -coup., Mdan
there will be a first second and Phil Oainey. The band! claim or ilcmandu. against the buc..I ( r
V. R. Ferguson discussed Barney and Benny Waters of Man lo S ohwym ip+ ai eampaeal _er1ob", wagon..nty
and third prize for the best "dor are alnllnl.h.d to notifyth
with the made their trip by chartered Mr. Mrs Hussle .
parents the need for Apopka. and
anew typewriter for the decorated ;yard. All decorationsmust bus. And I'm sure the student' Waters and daughter of Win or undrrnlKnd brfor sell at rtat that*. alder.aon c:....,...,.. ...........i b..eIee.ed ...n... .,.. A..nc.'. ....-....!' ..l ewe Comet with;
school. be in the yard. The entire body is looking forward to Lomie Hl'YKK: Pat II. 1 .a.II.y.. CM .r4.r-tutt. dial t.. _palW. and air., M wore ".'9ht ov- It.. drtMig .K...ti ....... yow I Ion
j They then decided to Brooker Community Is Invited Friday night when they playon ter Garden and Mrs. AI'I'IH.I; iMwrrnc nouiyard. .' 2 ,Contortron ovomoHroty. li..p you comfortabi.mo .. 7 a..d it and .law an ...!..?..a w*...ta wh... yoden'U ill
Wllla Ma
Rainey and Mrs. 1. Keystone llrlvhli. 'Ia: ,.
treasury\ to participate In thiseVf'nt. the Oators Field in Gaines ottw weal w atia owiiid..
t an Bloodsworth of Lake Butler. Is/, It U/l.
The will be
.IBM typewriter.. This amount held on Tuesday night. Dec- yUle. Yours truly attended l a amall THEKIOHT POINT for Ui. Am.4<.'* .nly Irw. ..p.r h use, Cor** t.. oMi.
will be matched by the school ember 21. 1063 beginning at 7, Visitors of Mrs. Mae Motton party Sunday night in Gainesville way ;you writ Come In and M.ro wplne. rib.lc..-*.. widest .kor..pow.rrang. 8 hgy jnd........___ '---.. dec. -ok..
board and the school should the weekend were Mrs. Pasco for Mrs. Sandra Loch 3 avaOabtei .. 423-np T..rbo-Jt Yea
o'clock. If ;you' are Interestedin solwt ;your favorite KSTCK and .ng.t yow to. e>dr' .up to 427 cubic, __to
receive the machine shortly having: ;your decorationsand Mott and Mrs. Mike Tilgh- ma Ir. 'Mrs. Margaret Crosby, BROOK fountain pen. TELE- 01.....ond Carwctt. to O-kp Four i. Ov..y L ,
The amount of of Gainesville. hostess and the guests I Ibdy
60.00 was alI man presented .
yard judged, please contact GttAPII. H1."HOT .)I. _-CWvroUH bed; e,.
.Jotted for the annual ChristI Mr. and Mrs. Jack: Rabon Sandra, Yitth, /a teflon by. nliw-Oof1'"'-.araMp by .>. world', 9 _. .
Nn bxom
Mrs. Markey at 483-3333 worth wore at > p oc4.
tma< bags that are given out and leave and the : and children visited Betty dutch oven and fry pan. Much IM.r Meow" eoad.aek.ri wits, .v.ryiMfta host ki>- want OxoioWH kod.a.. or irwd.AR .
'I each year on the last school your name I Rabon and children on Wed- success is wished for her In '' 4 wias 1MWIan< 1O..1D"8..kuw Atoa a-Mirror acrylic

her new job. but!- we shall aU ARE 'TERMITES Iac.- Irob ".... .fety yesroe. ........... ..., ....

I t miss working with her. beta. liont and. r orj padd.d dolt and. *MI *Nar N
1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH CORRECTION: In the refreshment DESTROYING f.W-ck' .ehte.. l..k. pe..... "AuWi" out Ml) owf --. my tot (in. tt .tway before pewpk, ,
i booklets given out oIl.r : .4 wits rainwater, dry ttwwMrvct will r.&wtS imld.citron 2-'p..d >-Ic l ll wed.
ESTABLISHED 1879 PTA Thursday night YOUR HOME? 5 outiid:oirM : .lnw way O.wolMlutes.skat.r.. 10 =: wipe's l lee bens *wb ty m O
at on ......', ... ...
yov 110. waddti.ld _......, txxk-vp Iii. ..
[. L. MATTxrwo. EDITOR/ AND P\.I.LleHC: beginning with January and ,. ..
going through May the date TREE

I/a1 be 1966 Instead of 196$. '._ .,
If the masculine .. __ _
pronouns r -
are he. his and himhy: -

a.1 t PU.LeNaI. EACH TNUMCOAV AND ENTIurD( Ac SCCONO CLAI MATTBI. AT THe aren't' the feminine pronouns Oe 14,

four omen' AT STAIIKK. FLA. UNOCH. 'AeT Of MARCH a. ..,... he, shls and ahimf .lt?

>N THE TRADBJ AABA -:- CXNH THAR $3. O - SIX >MONTHS, H.OC Enough is enough: till we find 539 E. Call 9614965 ,

.. OUTSIDHJ' TRAJJB AREA ONW THAA 14.00 . *DC UOMTHSII U.70 I our neighbors have morel U. s. :301 North
Starke Fb. 32091 PIIOXE 96f49epa .



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mRsPAT. DE( 9. 1915; BRADFORD cotrvrr TictPORArn.!: ",\Rltle. ru>im A IMOF: near, _

I : b.* enlereil aitHlnnl Judlulal CMn-ull .if. bald Nlile,
- ...................1 ed to make> the: program a Center at 7 p. m. I Thin nolle shall you.h*. imbllnhi-rt. and the K.,v..1., | property| ; "\vn,,,.,
success there were so many Baton Twirling I In the meal fmir ounx'iMitlv' initpaym.Itl.nn\ and oth.rlIvavlna
'ii NEWS\ who contributed that it Is difficult Girls who are' taking Baton w.kly. l.nti.i of the Urmlfc.nl ur ,"lulmlnit' any claM,
SAVIHGS' HEILBRONN 1 111.1 RECREATION to name them all, but Twirling Instructions under' County Ti>'l..ri>h. a duly .|iiall- title ur interest Iw property to
fled ".1'*" published In b* afrerted by the IHBUIUII! by
we especially want to thank Miss Bobble Sue Barksdale aid Cnunt,. the County nf nmdforil" Florid,
Icy Mr*. \. C. Todd the sponsors Holiday Inn of will partltlpate In the parade \Vllntna my hand a. Clark of nf the ('ertlrlraes, of lnd.bteit.
OelPPf AND LOAMASSOCIATION .\ !Mrs. Bill KeilillshAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAJtAA.tA4 Stark Southern Discount. Thursiay sponsored by the aid Court and the ...nl, or cnlil flees h..1"">ft.r more' purtlcli
C"urt.t Htsrk. Florida thin l larl" deicrlhrri, or to bl fleeted
))1 Conner Insurance Agency, and Chamber of Commerce. This November. H. 18811. In any. way rh r.."". are hereby.
7 Y the Lawtey Recreation Board; ,its the annual I Christmas par (s>KAL,> required' tn aiipoiie h.for. the
Rev. Aubrey Todd and J. M, he Coaches who spent mAny lhrlei A. Partly' Circuit. Court of Bradford Coun
OF STARKF.INVESTOR'S Norman attended Rev M. V the ade.Baton lessons will be held An Clerk of t-ievult.. butt, of ty. Florid In the Kluhth.Juiti.olal .
hours of their time helping I i
Bradford County Florida' 1 Circuit of ald State %t the
Stedhams banquet In Palaik.i boys. EJ Mite.: '. Townsend Saturday morning at 10:30.: tillS 4t It/11 Court Ifniinii. In Starks. Plurlda.
Tue>day nUht Stilckland. Cliar'.ey! Jjhn.i, I I ..n the Doth day of r>*cmb....

Tae regulsr! monthly officer Jimmy McRae. Frank Wll- :;:CC Presents 0'1'111I nf I.T-"ITIOI TOH IPAS at S.io,. o'clock I pl'aye'ru* M.. 'anil of
whew onus why the
and teachers h, N.\\ MNollr.
meeting; was j the (:i4l TKIt .u..r..u.I!
hams and Nick Crosby the filed l In the above
LIST T.HII :daviMht: ..1the Inch: r 1h officials. who donnted IhP'h.j' I Iatur 1 Slate of 12 I Ih. und.r.lcnoU.. |I. h.r.oy under..lv the.o pro-that pr.K.dlnir petition. ahould.. not Ii. grant.
CHECK 11, Hud Hay: arj vl.lnna of chapter 10.til Law sad and th. Certlflcat. *f In-
nUhts to do a won-
d':1 I lu ay New Directors of Florida. Act of 1911 ; willre5l.t.r d.ht..lnesa. therein. d..*crthdami
nalwaent Saluki] < ;>'
: 'nl 'IOH. 'hl''I! Is too many ]I I I II with the Clerk of th. the pr."ln.. heretofore
!'tu ;'n Jacksonville imes a thanklen job and one. I I 4 sl's/a nf 12 new "fttnr" Circuit Court, In and for Itrad had iithorUInc the Issuance l
!Mi .\\11.1! MM Pete j Auk .I I ford County F''rlola.lpnn' receipt thereof validated. and BonTtrmml..
t appreciated by too many was "r..n t..rt"n" 1" ..
lilt! wekerut in Hat 1 rf proof of ptihlluatlon of aid rvrtlfli' .K* of Indehttdnese
pent ecle- Charlie Schaefer! De- .*.. sti>rit-Wr"''for'1 Co'int" I lrhemh.r II this nntlc th. flctltlou name h.lni dated January I. 1"'H.nuarlnn ,
1' Oa Mi Luk," ester| IB lIt..urtouUa of Jack' under
lnpy l- lt.taurant rats
1".1" or
>vayne Elder Jack Ilafen. 8y< o' O""*.>er-i hoard I
... ..
hlrh I. am ..4 In business the
) and sac b determined
{ wo II i L i rate tu UP
0 Jackson: Calvin Pnce and j 'n the "''",ton Restaurant laidChnr'es at C... SOl Mouth.l.nnnl Ml I.. th.roof. at nut ..c...dln*
pe 'd) recovery. Axth.ur Itblllday: To Rev :M. Mhod.n. RI. t Ho* .
r"r.d'sv noon I the l.cal rat. of Inl.rmt. pay
(Qgenerous return r lose driving to Auburndn! Walton H. Orady anj: Charles Rawver. cr eresi owner ITS. Oaln.ivlll, Florida aol. able. m-ml-iiiinunllv. i>..r... ,ir.st *lid Ay to see: the Brad:,'. r w 9. Bitetiunan who handled the i tmt.d ihla Itth day of No- prlnoliial' amount. .iiif ll.non.*
dent sold l that sic r'IreMnrswill
ready when needed Tornados' great victory welt .. .. .. b.Jt( ., : rmhi. A. II. ll"lIft at Stark. Of-I"). twins, In the d.niuiilnntlunf ..
J3 r n ..- ---- e. -a. -- ---- r public address: To Coach Da K. fI.t..1, fi" W Har1J
J Lee and
safe and son. Mike .ILL S.T.UIS vld Hurse and Bra'ford Conn thre-venr termBallots II'IS 41 lilt| I serially In minimi. 'lntalltnnt
III- protected II N'jrman anS sons. Mile ..., )'" tuna both.,
to the In the I l' 1 tn :
m-1 Charlea. Keith Rsdilsh. l..t row l-rl( ) Johnnie Powell. Steve Strickland', Mnr' "t ty Htith School: and h"v" been mailed' out ant i --- ,Incluitlv./ a ware enmpl.t drlptlnn .

I Keith Carter Ijtrry Itrown. Rradlcy Carter. 2ml' rowPultli' mothers of the ball players ehmll4' be returned by D rlm.1 rtlpnlarlv, ti.icrlhrd. tit. T> I .' of which nalfl. Cntlfl.a.t.11 .
L. M.\ NormanJr. _
Ray Norman who handled the concessions l her 15.Trie. n Affec-t.d In AnyTav. Then 'if lnilitil.dnrM' la, runlaln.
NJOY ALL THESE BENEFITSBY .. Bui Harley, Dnnny Norman I ('_)', Ernie Tre! Johnny llntt-hnnt. lluhhiv Mi-nnotl. JirrTeuton. ) I for and to the Bradford l 10" I d In lop' lid. 111.515. herein
us: : II"" nf ran4t'aras Is n< .. .
and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar 3rd: awn' llnnny I 'il., <>, Randall Mr4tolcr1.: Tlniinyt.IUnil ... Km| .if riurl'l, ihriiuwiUir I "11/9 at: 1211Streit'
INVESTING HERE I' County Telegraph for their co- p'lnw: .H H"V Ail*q. Ouv AnHI HlHl Allnniry' of the KlHhtlij
Reddish : It.,,Id1..rt"l': Jney Itt-niietl l 1'iil.<- Clrmitnx. till t ruw1' I operation tri publicity and to ...WS, rinvW (*"*.*.. Or'
SMART MONEY MANAGERS demand safety and Income Re',' and Mrs Marvin SteJI Ijcrn : .. 1A'f' DonnKI. CrerK Frank gave moral
011101"11" ( Greg Djttl the spectator; : who .'n h"< p'vi Mi-heM' A. U
for their investment program. That's whya ham nl.; lie tIe: meeki. ..dgj. ('"K''' Konnlc Pntrlik.' Sth row lin"i
savings account here is part of the investment 3ts of Rev arid Mrs. Aubrey Krttle! > I'rlcli, I Van Jnhna. CNuM-hnt. Jinnnjr .\IrU..". THANKS ONE AND ALL John IIft".r". r'!'..... T..ewll. i
Tads; : Bro. Ste.'ham will brln' F Thinking about more ?
portfolio you need. tv. m">rnlnt and e.enlnimisuses S "I Utfl1 'iron r.t I-/1M. Vk'k ('.....hv: lUnUm Football Tarty J,.Hn A. Tww.d. T>r D j
here yield A party honoring all Ban W. Whlffen. i end HiM, .. V"un,
Savings a consistently good return.They're at the chuff "'h.i .
; : .. .
'moiball' play'rs. cheerleaders I /\ ff *nt f\y\ "rt+ |I" t >. hw.
safe and they're '| .it; for the a" "1T'' '"
always returned to iau .. aches (lfflC'a'II0nllo'l.! : Inure will n.r nlf, a ,t'r.' """ ,
you at 100 cents per $1.00 invested. mg sour:ate "else is the u 1-1 other eonflbiitora f::1 the .*.v.. romeeutlve! te'mi' on the' Investigate Gulf Life's

Check what you want in an investment to happln s. TOgram will\ be h.1,1 at the once-1.
then check on opening your savings 'trke Ite-eratlin" Center! sat. Th diweto', s "."....'Io..a

account here! \VOODS FIRES day afternoon. Dec U t. at :3 I Hence Tlrrr.n| 1'cn.. M 11'\11\ ADAPT-A-PLAN.

m. Coach DlfU Hurse will Andre'v1, who hm resin no*.

I-i.e wood flret were n r >e fcaturaMen.pca'cltr i T"-" ... OIIN. LM* aovnt can toll yw how, Irish Adopt.

parted by the F1nr jt1""t" 1 *. nimkelhall) A-Plon. yew "Intueanc h. adaptable to meal HoA.,lnaprotMtlaM

4\\a/ Pernnum Ce \lce:: In DradforJ CountdurlntC An omnnUntlnnal m-etlnn TilE. niniiT POINT. rmsle/ r.ht* .txnr .A _..... They'lI..1I ,." how 0 family "hl.e.sm"
/0 Anticipated Dividend: Kate Nivcmlj-r with a tot, for fie M.n'" IHskeUvtll. lea- _( | vrair fwvnrlleBROOK ....'1'..... plan' MM kelp send! your children to college or pcwldap .
4 of H 2 bu:n-od.: Sk.Inegh1 __
acres ue was held nt the RecreationTcnlep fnuntitnt. pen. Tri: r':'.
Since Jan 1 there ha< : Mon\ \ '*/ night.., Pio. 6T'w OR \J'U. h

been 3) fires with 83: 4 a: lenitue for men will In- I I1"8 stir HN ., mu Afsnts todayfIWI4UI

: w. ,.. burnd a* compared with "'\ n ilnwed-down, version I
'lie anl 3H.3 acres burn 'f the acme e'lmlntttnn' thi 'seen.M. 1.'"..e.ll's 'IIIIIYgI

/ : lurtn't th.? aatniperiod 1 11joe'l 'ait brent, : and .nv full court .Tk/l. rrr'rhll'e. YINFlNnllr
.. .
F' n E E rFIRST FF 11)ER 11.1' "' I herehe el.n Mar
ores jntll the final 4 minute flu nnd'mrliri' tinil.i ih* pro-'
K Rainfall recorded: at titcounty's ] of the 2nd and 4tli quarter. vl.lnn of ('I.apter IB ,5l Law.of tl' }
: rinrMM.r' \. of I'll't l willr.rlMtr
IIEALITiFt1.! 1966 CALEN11.tR: ) three fire to' er las Pa ir lei n,i, were" rem I'e."ntet.at ; ,. with the .Clrrk nf th.
d p .erk was at follows; New Riv ...... ......... .,........,.. ,' the tne'etlng Mojidny nlxht C'Ir",1I,/ rourt.' In .n.1 r..r ,Hrn.l..
PLANER.COME: IS AND PICK n er. 1.00 Inches; Highland 3.70; 11 row (I l-rl)t Timimy, UtI.h.wI..rk: I'wtruy, lirliin John'. and another meeting. In ache- ford Cnunty, "''nr"",. iiimn" rrrtpt '*-
ONE: eJ- of proof uf'pllhltrallnn'| || ofllil
e4r t Santa Pe, 1.&. lirnrge llnrlon. furl Itlhenl. Sunny" niiltm.. 2ml rmV.lrffr.-y tiled for Monday night, Dec. 1. nut Ire thk ''''lItI,,". n.."n.of .

;:a CI" t: Average rainfall In th coun- iiinthlf; Iron :Manning. Km'ieth l'r-\nll, Make: Huff, llunnyt 13. 7:30: p. m. at tin Recreation rack.I'a"rn Ixmiit...".....huh.it in" linil.rwliluli .l 1..1.. ii'

during November was 2.OS: t Center. All pl.tver plani ness alU N. T.niil' .
ty :MrKlnnry. Srtl r' ,,' :Mike \\,hll s I Into .li.linn. KU-hHnl Unitrrl I | Ave?
compared with 5.:S3: i II to : are urged 14'.rll.. Via.Lnnnl. 4
211' N. nine purtielpnte
Teft1ple.\\e.. !Phone 961.0)00;) Inches as *. llu\lil.. lluwnril. I I..MiU. Norgrl, 1"1\1"l :\1 l< ('trnufthiin t'l; lillcllntrn. : M Khiiilon sal t lloIT .
Inches during the aame month I I to attend thr meeting. Plans ,. ,.'"..vlll., ITInrlU. mvl,*
Hit rowt: C'uarh TownMn l Mlrl."I..n.l110'1.,1: llryan.
last The SO year average are to bey'n' league play on owns
Ult Does Make Difference Inchea I lintkl Nrurtium, Sinn, MrMrll. Pre: TiimMnmin, H'cllJIWnnctl' /,' I I l P..I..I| this I Illi ,l..v of Nit.v.inh.r .
a .87 : A in the high ichool
for November Is 3 I January A. l 1). IMH lit Hum, JOHN J. \VINKH.MI'lxme : In N. NOE/ih L
('..... h ( jihn. .
Imrley "r..t'
: ym.Baaketboll. it foiiolr. KlcirM, *! 1'hunpal a''
Where You
Save. at th.TI'I.tORAPII. .Ito.,. And (llrl I t VII 11 II/I ICe. Oflt-2l.1t: Offre ) '
1-1.1.He ;Notebook
I All. MT.tKN' ntr\T: on their own 8 and In trouble League are being planned: ()fOn1' 011''.111A After 9 p.nt. lamIVtv
In The ('tree'ear* Of Hmuttr .....,....
l.r.AOt'K: : ('ll\>irs II I II I II averted disaster by training a i I for both boy tni: girl with .. ..' ........ !. < tuII. ...... Ikea HMO MHO C
I The All{ stars comblnlnu( a first town: at the la with :i I the following age clamlflra-, ... a.. la.sea: / Hlnrkn, Flit.nri Marks, ha. rr
' 1 1i ': strong offense with a ttlnay connerutlve. pennlt'mi' On th<.' tlon: .nn fr.wit, I'lulnllff. vu.lenra II
Julio( .' '..... 'I ,n--- -- ;
1' I'.hn.l"nl"rI.O '
If I. | defense. shut. out Southern next play F Irk Sas.. diopu, d 1 Iloy. : age 10. II, and II: ( ( I'lihlh-alliin And Nnllc. .

i ; D1A<<'unt. winner of (the IBrtS for an 8 yard !lo{_ buck to hi I age 13: 14. and 15; and .ue" tit Hull

.;. Bantam Football" : I,'.NU". 18 (9 own HvM'ard 1/ur-an't/ hell i 10. 17. and 1ft.( In the, "..'"n..t Ih. Mtm.. ,,lKlitrliUi
T Laura J.on t'r.w.,
I I II 0 Ut Satin day nlsfht. $ uth. it happened. Jnhnnl' J'omell.\ 011'1"allll. 10 11, 13, ant 11'1.' ..... rml'li-iip.' / ID. iinknowii. :

\ r ern won the tom an1:! rlcctol ,, one of I hi*. fL"lt.t: boys In thileague. c 13. Von Km' lirr.bir, ln.llfl.,1. Hint.

I to receive Neither>: tram wa | ROt (door. and. .wrut ft 7 We will need roaches for I n. lull In "iully one Im.niroii

I able to advance the ball to yard for the ""orw which these league, in anyone In. ..ht In aealn lh.! .I abuse you li"entitled fll.nnhew. .

s- much :jraMat\ In the InltU', clnrhed: the fimi* for the Al"I tereated In helping please. call ('..n.' Anil) tt.ti.. for ,illvnri*.,
tal .
4 p Tlod .n' the first qu.nter'n4 atari, and "braklh back'of the Recreation Department. iMittoHy of the iJilhli.il, and) In.

II with 'I ....or.". the champ Powell pace I for any question concernIng .Junction. nnil you nr. h.rchv, .
4 I uinmnn.cl' nrilrr.il and| ri|"1.I. lril -
Early In the. 7ntl quarter the the All) stare attark with s the program please" call file ynnr will)." Nn.w. i, All Stars plrk-d liP the (Ilrlt'': total of 133 yards gained ttali, I the recreation department A ...,."...ii to the v..m|.lulnl, at
I the nlln-. nt lh. fli-lll, of .1"!
Johna led clout with irunhlriK date for then .
frn Registration
core at Ricky frkk pa/seJi, I'niirt In Hl.rk.. ylnrlda..n. .1 l tu flVNTI.JV: >r. r.\it.v jr. OUIUUtSY.. AIJ.C.X::
to Randall ]McOrr.( who t took total) of SI I yni'-1 league will be announced.Nllmnanllr ores a cunr 1''liori_'if nn I'lulntlfr ... ..
I'liiina 964.4111hue
WHERE lfi the and IS varda for Southern IMwount. plar"! (t Aliorn.r Mnllli V Klilihl,
pa: t ran 1 All Hturma .. rorwom..n I....l orflr. r>r........ K. MKIK.riorlil ., AIM .ape HHONlarlu
ELSE the score She attempt for the i I like cb.mp. but the A physical exerclne clax .*. nil nn oe l.for. tin loth H.'....... heights. 11... *. Pin.
I extra point< was rtotmr. team compwwd of the brtl t will be held Thursday) lay of U.e.mhel'|. I IeSt. ulh.ale. .-
Discount\ Th remtlmler o'I I of 3 t arn., lust had too niucl I I \ evening at the. Recreation ) f'core. I'ro ('...nl..... will/ 1

SUCH the '. 'hn1. to contend with. .. .....
2n-1 q i rfr was a -as _---. -& -- I s4 ems.'e.1--
: ;, off as both Teens were unable ; HT \1IHTK' -n ja _.n : _-q.-' ;:

E j.- PERMANENTI !. to keep a untHlnrd :rive roe S1: 111_, Star'

I : In* long eriMii-h to urorf and: hnrsl. Ilrens 9 ii((
BEAUTY? the sat half -trVj "lth the Yd*. Gained Rush Rt! 17::

: ', An Stars enjoying: : a 6.0 ad. Vd Oalnrd hush 0 4Pace.
vantage 0 0 3-,t .. ..... ,. .. .. .. ..
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: \ j Southern klrkrd' to the All 1 I I Yda boat aalnrd. 10 Ton '0I. ". ..- .-" .P: .f'''' ._ \""',.., n. ""

H, Start to anal t the 3rkl half an1 penaltle I IliMtl I I lanlnedM "I.. : : (: HAWS 1Jtore1cl..t.r.

I Quality low-maintenance features male the "Forever llama the All ",.,. began a marcli t out: HV <,, .\lnt K'4 AUTO RAI.F.H & SERVICE. !tJt' .i I .-

I I t best housing value brick e lerior; 7405 windproof roof- to the Goal linn Th. Hurt. ALL STArtS 0656it80D1 I I Inc. A. & J. Saw Bicycle Shop
t your aluminum flashing and flake-proof drip edge: picked up 3 first downs on $ 0000- -i.1KfHtt.J Barkley Motors Inc. I Replicars, :
jog ahingles; S tl'MItK1'II.I. : I & Mower Co. 110 WD A McyrORCTCUB
and aleel stnictarit this drive. were II1fl1 by a t& )
proof, rust resistant steel overhang: a Car Cuahman. Cwa 1..4.e.
rot- 11p.rl.llata A
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I ends termite forever. yard penalty and Ftp-] I I TRII'MrH' Joe An4.rwln, .. MIp.
that worry
system with a 1 paw from' Prlrk. In Mr.Ur. M'tt' 1 I II 1 I5 yd P.." fro("n FI"T MEIUEnrS: :. HK.NZALTAltOME : Homellte Chain SAwa Discs, tiR41AZusdsppMobneyrl.sSsu

1.11 -E: aocMl 1 far 34 yard' and a I I hlrkl I IIIU.M4N *. SUNBEAM :*} HAI.KH A RKItVICn: .till 8arvhl.

:: point Oi ee'" coin!' lotitne. Mc<)ee I 129 yd !'*., Iron'I 'UI./ "'" n |>alr. ... Part Alt MakUmvelr HCHV.1NIV' mrrcfJBa

111 ClF@mm topped the eXtra point attempt FrlcklPowrll I w. ........u_ .. SJ._Part.-.....- Trwtor Maleesa (f.orkam'th' a I Kg!. Wen

Hot O) but the All auu held. a )) '103 yd run! "ALI!: m 8EJtVICK 113 8 C. Heoond Bt. Oaln."W.< ......n..... III. W, tra4vrMy AT*.

12-0 teal\ : This} game concluded th'. I'M&4wF Trained !M..u.r. JOJJ N r.: 111 v... t'atnavUlePkm.113.3511 nsln.t9e. nl11

41 Mouthr'n took the en>ufnklrkoff ( hantam footbtill fUhiOCul" to I Tai. 171-111

2 Bedroom-1 Bath with Carport $8,500 al." bean their bl.- IMS We feel I the: program WII 5 IN CI.EAN SMI N.' USED MAIN CAM Suet Off WaVio ftovlCONC'J'ETK 'PAINT I & rf.AIK9Liddell

rf'At drive of the nliiht butfaltered a aucreita and that. the txryrervhed I '
OaJaa.euM (71-4171 AUTO SALVAGE : ; I'ltOOUCTH
at Ow All HUrtlln \ II.,at'/!I nmny value ihrotigl' h Paint c%
) CiAS HEAT: -
,.,''i\li\ AM whrrn they lost OlIWMlon their participation. Th Park t JEEP
of the ball and Recreation IJvpartmcn innurr TII AT ALL TOURCYCRE.TV. GIa 4> Co.

"' Thee Ail: Stai s nrti} ) t ic bull ."I .Ma to thank all who help. Ml1y Of t. Wh4l AMT.ICA3IHLEiI Paul' Auto Salvage PRunvcr.Anll KT4VUK r.uNT.Ola. .

I 3 Bedroom-1 Bath with Garage $14,950 Tnt: ntnr YRc./ .. Mirror 8U....lta. > fl..r*

Amertea5l nnM Rnonoroy ( a' We Buy Wrecked Cmi* At Edwards Dundina'Supply. Tub rn.-r.'

I.NCLUDIM f; AIH CONE AND UANOE LAWSON'S.\} MARKETCold \ sa3_ sad S4VTk." Ihtor* Wln4w, A..... .
TOP 1'niC1:8. I Inc. Carpel Wsllpap.e,, St.r*..
Ridgway Motor Co. 7t/ .n.. Mal -174fl44fJAHDKN Sewn Cja.IUIko..
Storage Grocer Store o\JI M.... a. Medal. Used na'''''''''VT'.. r errs Ill N W. aut .net>' M.'

:J 3 Bedroom-2 Baths with Garage $16,950 1\\ UJJ ,.. Maidl.hlasvtu. r..u OAT"(F 5VRJJt: ,,,...,,,
;: ( I7t-.4l, : HUl'I'MICa:
( t./Mypa. "H.r l<*-We WW I'LATINfJ t. -
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'.. INCLUDING i AIR ('()sn, n.Sfasn: DISIIWASIIEK: .., BAG Motors Co.rAnn.lAr.o1.nlMOnn.t. FU, Any Tart f.. Tea.OaY.1M .

2112 SJIlU' : FEET: : I / (1I-4SI1 Johnson & Paris, Inc. Ocala Chrome,

i SALKfl" a PnISVICR CrJft\pl-w IJno of Plating, Inc.
, I rte IMIf'CUrJn of Ot d Get Ml H r Fttnrk Tart .vr,
( JK ii r r in-n'\ n- MVtel.' ChnottlasCadmhrm.

I 4 Bedroom-2 Baths with Garage $17,350 ., '\ Taken seal. N.On W.C4ill u.... El.Trades 441OOIHIK ( estfrk rBTILILCIISs e.-r.I Supp.s'we Cnpprr Ciu-'nm, Meflal BuffUt' rmtahW\ ..

DISIIWASIIEK: p1/IYY" "'."11 Rent Perth!aar Spr..ders' TlUt'f/ ; CLKANINO
INCLUDING: AIR CON.. KAM.E.: : I Aotomatlc Tran"mL....lon
:not H With Av*. SILVER nrtA.s. COPTER
: FEET PASTPooleGable -
2112 MJIAKE DODGE TRURSsale.psAsMate rllo'1E In.1 Intlujtrttl. Hard Ctoroan

"" City Automatic n..,....,t114o eta1.AIFM 1114 M sad. Aye.. OaJa.

Galvanized Steel Struct- J ...........,... .:-- ..-. nil eta.aaiR .
All Models Brick Exterior on :! WEAR:
Motor Transmission 'rYPPWILITERMHancock:

ural System-Name Brand Materials Throughout.For I Let Us Prepare Your Beef and 11* B. r. let Avntnvr (JSM..VW.

Call : Pork For Your Deep Freezer. 111.4141 R..air .. t.t.ae.: Cherry' Office

Further Information AU Maker and Mod.L EQUIPMENTVI"'

i n'r will "Pick-up and Hutchrr Th.r. will be a Tropical Pontiac TRUCKS *>. CARS O.tnsvllle'. 1.r..nloJt6bl, .

Small Fee for llrk-u|>-liutrhrrinz' cow 1.1.00 per Inc.TSUcx Dy.nIen.t.r Pr.-T..tm4 Ado"e" ForIJKCJ44K4 ladles ADeal.

ffkitehead Ih'otbers Need and Hide. Hoc :3< per lb -<''leanedVrlKhl.. : -a C1T-.COATHiTCUMTT t1,,"- We-TUJl'
p For Chill-cut and wrapping' Site per !Ib. with paper. one U&on irO"TIAO WORM OCAaAnJED-: Uwhbw CsIa111ators

We RM llfit and Pork for Home 'rHnn BLIKirT: FLAN" flAVR TIME-4b eear y..g.alas. r*.
Starke Florida Main ; ... wit ri .metd.hIdA191d
( 230 If W. ttti A" o.1uJe1''e1 1449 *

Leonard 9xd,3a. Phnn 061 f ; M2AI: I 218 YVa.hlitrton St. '''- o.a.m.ll" .IM W UtJfMuV/. Ch.Lawr, tU4, SUN. Malnfll.

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CITIZENSA 41r4 Outstanding Food Values Guaranteed To

slate of officers bro"IhtfOI'vtal'd :; ,, .. ,,.. .. ., ,.. ... ,. .
' w" ? -r '
by the Nominating: M 1 ...hNM.- :: : {l'lt :\,;; .; : .: N.- ;r ; '- '-.\'<(""Ji..'- k1
Committee to ffulda: the Senlar r
Citizens Club, tor the year
1066; was elected unanlmous'y < ;,
, at our last me!t1n3:: 1 :
The elected officers Rolan' ,
Cotou. iveslden*: Elva Serf. o ME'I BUr rI
vice president: and Mary: : : ', .
Bishop: secretary. will serve for .
one year beginning Jan. 1Ernest
Bonawandt was: reelected I ,

as treasurer, be-iuse of .. ,
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his, outstanding qualities In ( .. __ ii :: : ,_ ..' .... .". z: ;:t'
that office. t r
weN Instructed to inqjlie: pn*
report the best place to hoH .
*>>- third dinneron ITOHK. 'INC. -COPYHldHT. .I...
our anniversary t
.Jan. 11.Vedding.
: annlversnrv ce'e-
bratlons were held for Mr. and
Mr Pete Johnson of Starke.! vr *
and Mr. and Mrs.! H. R, Barnes
of Keystone HeIghts Hap-y
Birthday grsetlnsts:! were sung n 1
to Mrs. Rose Halsall, Mr. P"" NO. 2 CAN THRIFTY' MAID' SLI. OR CRUSH.
Flossie Prescott. and M-s t '
Clara Matthews.It I Pineapple 41.REG. /
was vote b" the T'"'"J'I I o ( .
bershlp to send a basket of
I lg Ot 27, *2CAN THRIFTY MAID y. C.
fault: to Smith DeVoe: who has
been 111 for Rome Mme r
Our Ch"l.tMq,1. ...'" *.. .
held at the Recreation Center 1. Peaches 5/1./ 1
on Der.:: 14..A11 nT"YiVv anlffuerts I
are obllstf to bring a SAVE T'< : Jill REG. 2/35, 303 THRIFTY MAID APPLE .
gift not exceedlnn; the cost of V ,
tl. Furth' m:>l'('. [rveryon' 1 I-
Sauce /
fs et to brine nnnthermall 8/S1.
gift: to be sent to enliven /
Chrlstmn for the ,rtil'diTn' at tf ? REG. 21< '303 LIBBY w K. GOLDEN

Sunland- Joe In Kerrigan Gainesville.Reporter.: y L + ,. Corn /f1.REG. 1.

Holiday; Events 21, '303 LIBBY C S. GOLDEN

Set By Prison Corn 6/1./
L .
Employees! Club
:ii t REGULAR <69 t< QUART
REG. 2/39< *303 MAID GR.

h"T-vn ve )r"n hi'Miv"nnrvin"iH' ""hl bv events the ji.

State Fmr-.vpo, ] Prlsnn.!, Club] of the Florid i I ST oR Mazola Oil. 591. .T : ; 1 1.PEG.

A''. TpenTe Pan" will be I 39< Id- I PINEAPPLE
*-onorPrt bv the cHit" Saturday -
night, I'1"C. 11. w'th' nrnla REGULAR 53* QUART DEEP SOUTH J Juice
by The Spurs' Rho-h. dungarees : .
Ta.Ga' Foy Good'1h Eat!
or sweatshirts will not ,.. nrylTo'
be ,,allowed.1. 'mission \\t tl 1 per MayonnaiseREGULAR 3 91. REG. 291 IS-oi. MORTON'S (WITH BEANS)
cOIl' 'e. or 73 cents ,single.' '
Reg. 49f 12-oz. Van Camps Reg. 29< I l-lb. Crackln' Good
A dance tompmbcri and Chili
gursts! v't'T) LMn1A pxla.". Corn. Beef 390 Saltines 2/49 .
night Dc 17 In the clubhouse 'I 61* 5-LB. PILLSBURY PLAIN OR
D-ess! "'Hi ". -.'I).*>-' Reg. 2/29* "I| Colo Cot or Reg. 53* 5-lb. Dixie Lily REGULAR 23.1.-0&. HUNT'S
and music will be provided by D'g Food 4/490 Grits, Meal 49<
The Chantelj. Tickets are S 5 R Flour 49 jS Catsup 5/1./
per couple. I 19-os. Dixie Darling Reg. 29tf 16oz. Dixie Darling .

refreshments both affairs. will be servedat Cake Mix 290 V-10Bread230 .

::: :. ,, .-.........,.. = T _c-_
RegistrationFor : =::_ i iT :- ___ = -ii= .

Night Classes .: Maple Hill Sugar-Cured .
Set For Raiford
I j BEEF1Bj 1
Registration for cvpnlni! co'- $ ;
lege courses' will be h"d) at 6'
p. m. Friday DC". 1" nt tin r r U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF POT i
Raiford Cnr'+m"nlty Hnll i"e. I
The replstratton.! conducted
bv the Lake City J'inlnr: Cc.lIffe : : ROaStLB.5851(
and:! Forest Ranker School /
will be the only registrationopportunlv : REG. $1.79 2 Lb. Pkg.BONE
roe !It..nt.' .. Interested '' U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF ROUND ;
In tflklm night cln'-' SHOULDER i

es during the spring semester! 1 ... .... .. .--....---

"If a are mlnlnrim not .eler"N of"13.:. f-students t M. + s r1'* R 0 a CSIS" LB- 6 8$ & R*. 49:.p:- TARNOW 12'os- ;:o. W': BRAND 5-LB. PKG.

ptrtlcu'ar! course during registration ,4,4 C1 1 100 FREE STAMPS WITH COUPONU.

then t'tersr S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF PLATE i 39 1
be 'lopoed:! from the evening Gr. Beef $199
college currlrulum! accorlln- ?
to Dean O J. Wilson of t'icollege's '"' I s 6 S t LB. 2 9 t 1 Red 39< Bolio:or Pillsbury. Con. "' -can pkj.Wieners .:!. Requlor 59, GROUPER FILLETS
dlvlslan: of extend I e w

services Biscuits. 29x 49 f rI
on History Monday! 181 evenini'r1n la bein3 offered\ U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF LEAN i Fish LB. ,

the spring Rrrnp'fv' nt th I r4 i s PILLSBURY Butt rflok/ Dinner Reg. 59< COPELAND H.o & S.,. Br'kfott Lk.

Raiford Community n:>use. I ? ''t' } I I Stew LB. 791 '; Rolls l CAN 29x Sausage 49iT Ii

Plastic Notebook $-.SO! at Ih 1

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... ........ .. .. MEAT DINNERS 2/89'
f. CUT. OUT ON DOTTED: LINO":) e'er-' ------- j 1
". i S 1 10-ot. PKG. RASPBERRIES (MIX 'EM UP) ,

1Ie't':,() ,: \..I.\ I dXNGREENSTAMPS ;i i I EXTRA
.,. 1 1 J' OBCOItATOII ow. IONTHrVRK ; -jmm PKO. oroNnNlLes., ; 10-or. PKG. ASTOR CHOPPED OR LEAF
.1 .r.UU n.u..... f I
1 ICITC..O"L. i'OftJg... Cuba Steaks
1 IC"' 0" cur a ...' 1 SPINACH .
6/'l 1
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1 .000'H"U Dee UH woo TMKU Die. 1ITM 1 .
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B. / J l I ...._.........A..O".._._""__._..:: __....._......r.w.__'_.'..1...... ; 20-01. PKG. MORTON CHEESE AND

.. f I 1 EXTRA ; 1Ex..AA. ; MACARONI : ;;; 2/79'

d *.T. O' ... ; 'd .UNMTLANOLunch ; PIES 79'SUPERBRAND r
Fish Steaks 1 Meat 1 .
1 Putting, Off WinterPROTECTION 1 1 t ooo.. .TMNU....,..one.... HTON ".0/ .OOO TMHU OBC. ItTM 11'34' 1 1 QUARTERS I
: _____________________e___.________ e ; '
I. MARGARINE T 5 Ibs. 1 1.I 1.'
EX lA9 : E'-w R A i

I [Don't wait until the little worn- 1I I I I d7hGREEN! .t!..STAMPS- [ I I 'dx..GREEN!I _STAMPS I w ;wr'tW\\f-' \ -- ..... ?'"
gad get you up at midnight I PRO I 1 '
!Ito.:close out those cold winterrifta. 1 OUTH N MLL JI ONl PaO. SPECIAL fROZEN
1 L Deviled Crabs G PRICE ON ASTOR FLA.
I if
Fix lowest b.
yourself some 1 OOO TMNU DCO 1ITM OOO : Die I 1
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storm. windows out ofWarp' ...............-------..J --..----.__-___ _. __.. 1 } STAYMAN U S NO 1. RUSSET
I FLEX-0.CI.iSS. Ifeaayl
( Just cut with Blienrs. r I I IEX'H'RJB, : r I EXT: .; : Orange RED. APPLES 5 ft 9, 49' BAK'G POTATOES 10 ''b 59SWttT. '
tack over screens or frame 1 I dl( GREEN STAMPS d J-X GREEN. .' STAMPS ; 8 6-oz. $1 JUICY GRAPEFRUIT OR
wtm M- *** *
t I Warp' genuine, cry.tal.l'I"oll 1 oN E l. PNe. ; TWO FOUND ; YELLOW 3.LB. BAG I9, O Ib. I
t }1E. -CLAS3 holds IN heat- 1 4'' PNT.UN OO: N LIOID NN H BLO JUice CANS i 9Q' ORANGES a o 59 9
i keep OUTTcolJ .. .save UI to Been & Gravy 1 .e JT Liquid Oleo Ibs. FRESH CRISP

4p% on fuel cc.". Lasts fort 1; 000.-THRU,-.--DIO",,-..I KM. __ 000.. .TMKU.._.OIC..,.. IITH*J. 1/ . CARROTS IJ 1 Ib :
t |year at a fraction the exit of ..............-.--....--... ........-_. ..... .. ""'T'; CUCUMlERS JFor ; .1.. atI 29
glee..Only 9O#a square yard at 39c
I your local hardware or lumber
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