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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,




T % z \ OffitUl CHIlI PuWcatim EttablUktl In 1879
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'VOLUME SEVEXTY-NINS STARKE LORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 19 3' NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT
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: State Patrol l Car ,Smacks: 1958 QUIETLYBradford ENTERS Registration Set



Truck During Fast ,ChaseA County welComed -

in the New Year
In Bond
4dJJL ; Florida Highway Patrol car $50 ,bond when he failed to appear Tuesday nl&Mith' dances" Voting

driven by Trooper M- N. Sellars before County Judge T. A. Yawnon private parties and church .

:: f was wrecked Sunday afternoon on Plea Day Monday. watchnlght services, but R Re-registration freeholders in tion -

south Walnut street when it plowed Sellari said he began chasing all of the celebrating stayed preparation for the forthcomingschool projects. to
The is designed cover -
I the' Santa Fe within sober bounds according 'bond ele tion will begin program I
into the rear of a trailer truck Jackson at Bridgeor. a five year with the rest
period
during a fast nine mile chase of a'' : south U. S.. SOlt' when. he observed to police reports next Friday Jan.: 10, Mrs. Marian of the funds ($277,000)) comingirom

soeeder._ i the Tennessee car nassin? yesterday morning. Crosby supervisor of registration, ,
-.n Both and normat si! ,ie al'u..10 UIlU
a"curv; city county said this week.Registration.
But, even though the car was a string of other carson
funds and maintenance funds over
'
Old House Razed., stopped, the trooper .that New Year'sEe
by commandeering a nearby car lars said. the car hit speeds up to workers will be announced later. The School Board has proposed
activity was the quietest -
On Location until he caught and arrested his 80 m.p.h with Jackson's car stay it has been in The re-registration was origin- 'a spending ,schedule for th! $i50-
many ally planned for December but
on'the
subject. ing left side of the road in
000 which includes projects
The patrol car smashed into the most of the time passing ,other years. was delayed because of a holdupin
1st Brooker and as
BuildingOne In the of Lawtey Hampton
City's City. Sta-kt'l: poflea 'the'
slowly moving truck after ekid. cars. reported' no* trouble; at delivery of needed forms. well 'as the Starke schools.
ding 231 feet. The entire front The trooper said his car wastraveling This ,material ha4 now arrived.
all observed celebrants It is also proposed that $50,000be
was a* -
of Starke'a historical locations end was smashed in withrflaraages 85 mp.h.'when. it crossed No data has yet been set by the sites and line
enjoyed the holiday spent on new
_
began changing complexion estimated at between $60G 'and Alligator Creek on the approach School Board for the voting on
activities.. The city police provementa of old sites. and $110,_
again recently when crews began the $450,000 'bond issue-
$700. to town, a short distance proposed ,
made BO arrests during thenight 000 on renovation of existing
tearing down the old 'Durdenhouse" Selars said the tar was moving before'the, crash.Saiots ., but the earnest {tt could possiblybe
Police Chief W. E.
at the orner of Madisonand about 75 ra.ph. whe' he saw the I Thornton said. held would be February 24 buildings. _

Thompson streets. _. truck pull out from a service Deputy Sheriff Dolph since the law requires that the

According to a writer in an 1887 station into the road in front of. Girl Reddish said that activity registration books be kept open Thieves Get $250

iasu of the Telegraph this site him. for at least 30 days and election
in the rest of the county From School SafeA
was the location of the first build- The trooper said his siren and cannot be held for at least two
was also unusually quiet.
ing in Starke ."a 'double-log' red light were blaring: and other I. Injured In Wreck Cmmty officer arrested weeks after the ,books close. small safe in Principal

house built by' William EdwardsSr. cars on the street had pulled over only a couple of motorists The $450,000 which school of- Beecher W. Payne's office at

in cooperation with John to the side.Starke l for' traffic violations! Reddish ficials hope to win approval for Bradford High School was broken -

Brown." Policeman Ashley Brown said arjight ,load for i in the bond vote would be used to into on Christmas Eve and
The house now being torn down Four, Cecil Field sailors and a help finance checks
investigator of the wreck, said I, ... ... .._, even non-holiday' night a proposed. $727,000 about $250 in__cash and_ .
I"'h.
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In Itself landmark.. ... having been .JaL ac u. fl fla 44&IOb-
-- ---- a.- -- --- .. that the truck had moved about I 5 "i'' As far as law violationsand ouiiaing ana renovating' program. were stolen, Sheriff f, u. nea-
a part of Starke for at least the mas night when the car in which School officials'have said that last week.
78 feet up the road from the trouble are concerned, dish! said;
past 70 It was built by I they were riding left the road and only by floating 'a bond will the the door of
years. Rare Operation Brings Improvement service station when it was hit by the officers said, the entire The thieves pried
John Darby grandfather of Coun- the patrol car. The truck driver I overturned a curve on the Ed- holiday period has been county be able to obtain such the safe open, the sheriff said.

Clerk Charles but the ward's,Loop road, Deputy Sheriff buildings auditorium entered by jimmying
ty Darby Elijah Williams, a Negro from exceptionally quiet. as an and The building was

exact date of its construcUon is To Little Girl With Strange MaladyThis Millen, Ga., was charged with Riley ,Sweat said this.week. catch up on a ,backlog of renovaA a lock on a door.

not known. ,Records show that failure to yield the rightofwayand The sailors' were given emergency -

John Darby purchased the property causing an accident. He forfeited first aid treatment at Brad ,Shine DefendantArrested Clips/ 5 Starke Merchants

in 1884 and it stayed in the will be a happier New impossible for her to stand or a $37 bond when he failedto ford County Hospital and then

Darby family until 1925 when it Year for 11year- old Susan walk. Her parents even had tr appear in Mayor's Court Mon- transferred to the Naval Hospital .

was sold to L.,A. Davis. Brooks, daughter of Mr. and feed and dress her. day to answer the charges. ii t Jacksonville. None of them AgainTruby

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden Mrs. Affie E., Brooks of. 3821 It was about this time that After the crash, Sellars continued was reported In c critical condition. Lady Shops %With Rubber Checks

bought the property in 1939 and Madison St.. Fort Myers, and a Mrs. Brooks picked up a copy of after his subject in a car driv- .The girl: Ann Hicks,, was heldin

about six months ago sold it to grand-niece of Mrs. G. JL. ,Bennett Coronet magazine and read an en by Bill Green a teen-ager, Bradford County Hospital two Slade of Hampton, one
Gulf Oil distributors Freeman of Starke. article entitled "Progress in the .catching the fleeing car as it was days for obse aUon. ol the three Bradford County men "nice-looking" woman using The address given on the check

Register & Son. Just a year ago, Susan couldn't Fight against Cerebral Palsy. It caught in traffic at the intersection Driver of the car was-Raymond under federal indictment on I worthless checks to do Christ. was 605 Alton Road and a note on

The top photo shows the houseas walk, sit at a table, dress, or told of a child who suffered similar of Call and Walnut streets. Rodeheaver and the other sailors charges of violating liquor laws, mas and grocery shopping in it signified it as a Christmas gift
the site for an automobile"- that was before symptoms to those Susan experienced Starke during the pre-holiday rush from her husband.
herself-but
feed The trooper arrested Audie R. were Robert Dennis Lee James D. was arrested again on similar
durance race in ,the early 1900's and delicate operations and how she was relieved made a. haul of at least $257.38in Three of the other checks were
two rare Jackson of Hixon, Tenn. on Wolf and Richard Siden. The charges early Wednesday morning
and the bottom shows the by a new operation. I' clothes jewelry, groceries and signed Mrs. Raymond Pauley and
photo "chemopallidectomies"were
called charges of speeding and passingon wreck occurred about 1:10 a.m. by agents of the State Beverage
York Dramatic Surgery cash, according toreports received was signed Mrs. Ronald Paul.
house as it appeared just before performed in New 'a curve. Jackson forfeited Thursday morning. Dept. cne

the demolition operations', began., City. They helped straighten her The article recounted the & '-me- agents. saIa- tnat.. tney., by Sheriff P. D. Reddish dur- ey. The same A\ton\ Road addresswas
of dramatic that Dr. Cooper ing the past week. given. A house is under construction
twisted body, gave her the use surgery
Speeders Given Usual Fine caught Slade, 31, and Walter Con-
her arms, and allowed her to then a 31-year-old neuro- Five Starke business proprietorshave at the site where thia
rad, 28. of Gainesville, as the pair
f Police Request walk with a cane. surgeon performed to alleviatethe were attempting to ,have a bread reported that checks received -i address would probably be, but

Susan's mother will be remembered symptoms of Parkinson's di- truck loadedwith moonshine from the woman have bounced. no one is living there.

by friends here as Dorothy sease. It was while performingSuaT'operatloiC To : towed AU of the bogus checks apparently In Roberts Jewelry, the} wojnan
: Judge bywr cfhfter1tTiMbroken
.. ek. Turner youngest: d ughler.-or .the'article aald, hZPscFFthl Impress away were passed .011.the afternoonof ricked out a watch and paid fol'u.-A
[ down U. S.
on 301 about
4iid: : I Mr. and Mrs.. J. .O ..T/ujjiej,, pne- that he ,stumbled :on* the Idea ..l; 'I.n'. *.1$1A;, ..A"t It *, f\ftn***wfc Friday, Dec. 2 t?!,. 6ber1ft. I it with_ a $55.46 rubU. ,*heSJ. "
? tu *""" "" *til vi v/icuigs* '"'a
.II time residents of Starker j.rs. for. the new one-the operationhe Defendantsappearing before days. """"""""' Heights. "I't" said. \ This also wa labeled a Christmas

Starke policemen Monday asked Brooks wants to tell the story of has since performed with County Judge T. A. Yawnon The judge'lightened the sentencea The beverage men said. that the Businesses which have reported gift.

Mayor W. T. Jackson and' Police Susan' in the hope that it might such success on Susan. speeding charges during plea little for Willard V. Hughes, a truck contained a cargo of 62 five receiving the checks po'far are The grocery store managers.said
she 'nd Sus- :Mrs. Brooks wrote to Dr. Roberts' Jewerly: Leila's Dress that the woman bought groceries
Chief, W. E. Thfrnton about help others, just as day activities Monday presenteda mine employee because of the defendant gallon jugs moonshine.. Slade
the possibilities of being put on an were helped by an, article she Cooper asking' his help\ and he number of .reasons why they facing the loss of his job Shop, and the A&P, Winn-Dixie then cashed a check for $43 in

a 40-hour week M has been recently happened to read in a magazine told her to bring. Susan.. .-,to New- .viuiaieu"_'ft.ft..a n.uie 'ft'law.. \uui,... _iiunc___ eUUU___.. ,in- 1.1 me:- -prouucuua- ...-if-- -.LLIUIA..A.I.--,_ and possession Conrad and were charged with and Setzer's uper markets. Carl each store. Statements on these
the summer of 1956.Susan's ., York for examination., in September transportation of Roberts owner of the jewelry checks labeled' them as her weekly
established in other city during enough to prompt: the judge to excuse But he warned Hughes that if moonshine .whiskey. The arrest
departments, but were not given symptoms began when of 1956 Susan underwenther their actions. and reduce he was convicted again on a similar made about 1 o'clock store and the manager of Setiers' allowance. After. the amount. of
was New
much hope that it could be ac she was six years old. She begarto first chemopallidectomyaunique the penalty, charge "the fine will be Year's I have signed formal complaints in groceries were taken out, she received .
lose control of her left foot'" operation in which a morning. the case. the change in cash.
complished. it turned under and twitched and small hole is drilled in the skull i Harris Blake Jackson a Tampa $500. The proceedings leading, up to Sherifi Reddish believes that The sheriff has received radio
.
'There is no chance of it this i businessman told'the judge that "People want very little justice the arrest touched off when
and were
became practically useless. two inches above the ear more checks, may be out and still reports this week of a woman an-
year the mayor said. He ad- at the time of his arrest he '
through needle was and a'whole lot of mercy when Florida Highway Patrolman Geor-
to alcohol injected, a
the condition began unreported. swering this description being
vised the men to "limp along until Slowly hurrying in an attempt to get a they come into 'court," the judge Winburn
stationed
in Gainesville
in the brain center. ge -
side extending inserted deep The victims said that the Oak Palatka
the creep up her left even I woman wanted in Live ,
next time" and
budget I business associate to the Jackson- remarked.
i to her hands. "She was a wonderful patient, came up on the broken down I took advantage of a "whole- Gainesville and Ocala for cashingbad

get then an make increased a concerted police budget.effort to 1 Condition Spreads! says Mrs. Brooks., "She cried a ville airport in time to catch a Others (sentenced to pay finesof truck and noticed its cargo. _some"__.n snnparanrp_...._______ and_nn the_._ _rush____ checks by the same methodof

Three additional "She became; so twisted that little when her head was shaved plane. $35'or'spend 10 days-in jail After getting in touch with C. hour business to catch them off operation.

men would be she couldn't walk and had to lie for the incision, but that was His trip had been' delayea bya after pleading guilty to speeding M. Starry District. Supervisor of guard and complete the transactions -
needed if the hours '
police were which had broken
train downat
Alice Mavan Ne- the State Beverage Winburn
down all the time," says Mrs. all. were Taylor, Dept. successfully.One .
reduced to 40 hours a week, the Brooks. "She couldn't sit at the ; Susan spent six weeks in New a crossing and held up traffic gress, who; ,had been clocked at staked himself out and kept merchant told the sheriff Howard's Drug

mayor estimated. And the bud- feed dress herself." 'York's St. Barnabas Hospital he said, and this was the last 75 m.pJi. 'at night on north U. S. watch on the truck. that
table or the looked
get will not permit this expense.. In desperation or Mrs. Brooks i that first time, and seven',weekr flight of the day the man cpuld: 301 by Cox; Charles Gordon McAllISter. Units of the highway patrol and that woman he hated to offend so respectable her Store Bought By
Each works I
policeman now have made to reach his destina.
I when the operation was repeatedlast Frank Bickes and beverage department
sought the opinion of doctors Paul converged on 'by questioning her too closely.

about for 57 policemen hours a week is $50 Startingpay a week throughout the state only to be ,April. Since then she, has tion.Jackson I Robert Harry Li ppe.- the scene and hid out, setting up "She was just a nice, whole. George Flynn Jr.
statementsfrom
told that the child' s condition been able to walk with a cane produced The drivers license of a 16- walkie-talkie communication. substantial
some looking ,
and top pay is $60.7lPct.OfTax. probably stemmed from an emo- and attend a class for physically the ,railroad and air lines year-old Negro boywas suspended Starry said that Slade and Conrad appearing and person very plainly dressed The, purchase of'Howard's Drug

handicapped children at Edge- firms to back up his explanation.But arrived with the & Prescription shop at 220 Temple
tional disturbance over the recent for 90 days after he pleaded wrecker from ," Mrs. Leila Mundy, owner of
arrival of a baby brother. wood School in Fort Myers. Jackson's plea had no effect guilty: to speeding., Starke and were: seized after they Leila's Dress Shop, said. Ave. by George Flynn Jr. was

Roll CollectedTax "We simply wouldn't accept Next 'year she will attend junior on Judge Yawn who levied "When you get your license had placed the vehicle under tow According to description submitted announced this week.

that" said Mrs. Brooks. "We high. a sentence of $Sr: :ir 10,days' the back you will appreciate it enoughto and moved toward Gainesville. by the merchants, the woman Mr. Flynn assumed management .

collections at the end of knew there was something ter Interested In Clothes'"She usual in such cases. drive properly," the judge told Starry said that Slade and Conrad -I was between 30 and 40, with dark of the business on Tuesday,

the second month of the collecting ribly wrong physically with our has taken more Interest "Somebody you might have the juvenile.In I will be arraigned at an early! blonde hair and fair complexion. and win operate under the name

period totaled $167,743.31, about little girl, but no one seemed I in her clothes since the operations killed would not be concerned with other,cases, Howard Wilson date before Deputy U. S. Commis- Dresses which she purchased, in I of Flynn's Drug Store.
"
," says Mrs. Brooks. "She your reasons for speeding, the sioner William The is a native of
71 per cent of the $234,933.54 tax able to diagnose It. Carraway was sentenced to f 50 or H. Chandler. Mrs. Mundy's store indicated that new owner
Heartbreaking VerdictAt I even started e rlg.crino es judge stated: "As far as I am Slade is already under indic- Starke 'the son of Mr. and Mrs.
15 after to
days pleading guilty
roll Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reported -[ .. .. she was a size 18.
yesterday. a last resort Mrs. Brooks with her full-skirted dresses. concernea It is no reason.me' having an-. improper tag on. a ment and has pleaded innocentto In the dress shop, the woman Geo. B. Flynn 8r. and graduatedfrom
Early last month Mrs. Brooks judgereminded Jackson and all the School of Pharmacy at
Kelly said that $18,497.04 was hustled Susan off to Johns Hop- truck he owned. charges of possession of moon obtained a quantity of clothes including '
collected in December when tax. kins Hospital in Baltimore, Md. and Susan flew to New York for of the other defendants that William Joseph Zack pleaded shine. Two other men, Fate "the best sweaters and the University of Florida in 1950.
heard the heart- a consultation with Dr. Cooperand speeding is a serious charge with Brown and Maurice Edwards Jr. For five after graduatinghe
wheire they reckless and was years
payers were allowed a 3 per cent ; I' guilty driving knit suits with the value of her
discount rate. These figures do breaking verdict-dystonia mus- possibly a third operation."We the maximum penalty as set by I sentenced to $35 or 10 days. have been indicted on similar purchases totaling $72.92. She was with, the State Bureau of

culorum deformans a form of are hoping this will be the state a $500 fine or six months, Mrs. Grade' Mae Thornton was charges but' have not yet been Narcotics being in charge of the
for this
not Include the discounts.A gave a bogus check
2 per cent discount, rate win cerebral palsy that does just I I the, last one, Mrs. Brooks said ; in jail. I fined $25 after admitting driving arraigned. The three were arrested mount and signed it Mrs. Charles Southwest Florida District with

be allowed taxpayers in what the name implies-contorts I I before leaving on, the trip."The Huey F. Carter told the judgehe without a license. 'She said she along with ,several others I Kelly. headquarters in Tampa. For the
paying .. how-
and deforms and causes exhausting operation is still so new was speeding because> he. was was out driving with her husband by federal agents. late in July.. past 15"months he has been man.
January; 1 cent in Februaryand I .
per how lasting ---
it's hard to tell .. -
ever, friend to Gainesville
muscular
driving a of Burns Agency
I spasms. waigreen
ager
and children in the car to practice
.nothing in March. Penaltieswill .
"They told us to bring Susan the effects will be. where the friend's wife was having Sewer Leesburg.
Nears Finish
so that she could take the Project
be ,assessed after April 1. lier long ordeal, Susan up .
home and make her happy as Through a baby. driver's examination. With his wife and two sons,

possible," says Mrs. Brooks. They and her.. family have had ,the The sentence: $35 or 10 days. Randolph Brooks Negro driver Reggie and Gray Mr.. Flynn ia
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Telegraph Changes said, she would keep getting blessings and financial' assistanceof Joseph- Britt Negro,. told Judge of- a trailer. -. truck." was penalized-- residing in one of the A. J. Thomas
and that there was nothing many friends and civic organizations Yawn that he had been driving 'W. St
worse houses Washington
on
Publication Day in Fort Myers. $35 .or 10! : days after pleading ; _ _I
they could do. in Bradford County ,for 24 years guilty, to Improper passing.

Beginning with the new As the months passed.. the' "Everyone has been so won-: and never before had been arrested Judge Yawn ordered the arrest In Mayor'i CourtA

year; 1858, the publicationday twitching and trembling wore derful," says Mrs.. Brooks. "Sc on'any type of charge.He of five people who ,had failed to I I !* I

of The Telegraph as her tiny body down to 59 pounds. many' have helped" and ,we deeply also'received a penalty of appear in ..cqurt after arresting ._.. __ 7'-'I quiet Christmas week in
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carried on the, masthead, She became so bent that it was appreciate .it. $35orlOdays. 1. officers,had shown them leniencyby Starke produced only four cases

b being changed from Friday -, ''Lucius B. Johnson, a minister giving4 them summonses and for Mayor's Court Monday.

to Thursday. [! Merchants 'Pleased' With Yule Sales from Palmetto, said he was hurry not requiring them to post bond. 1 Edward Ferrell Arnsdorff.-

For many years The, ing to catch up with a car carry- These were Claude Reese telephone worker, pleaded guilty

Telegraph has been printed _Starke merchants clearing away' that the year 1957 was much bet. ing some of his friends after he Brown" charged with speeding; to .reckless driving and was fined

and placed in the mail on the tinsel and debris 'of the holiday ter as a whole than was 1956, wittithe had stopped at a gas station. He Edward A. Stacks, fishing with- ,, I 'i, $37.

Thursday, but has' carried shopping season this week Centennial celebration given said he was, driving about 60 out a license; Floyd Newby, improper Elijah Williams, a Negro who

a Friday date line), ThI, generally reported that they were credit by some for sparking sales m.p.h. when arrested. Deputy driver's license; Everett I had been involved in an accident

Custom originated when "well-pleased" with the Christmas during the spring. One merchant Sheriff Charles R. Cox-said John : Phillips, driving without a license I i with Trooper M. N. Sellars' Florida

practically everyone received business. reported that his sales during May son was .driving 70 m.pJu The I and JosephAustin Gay, speeding. Highway Patrol car, forfeiteda

the paper by mall Most of the business,establish-,were $1.000 better than during the preacher was_sentenced to,$35 or I I .$37 bond on a charge of failing

and did not get It until Friday ments said that 'the sales were previous May.Appliances 10 days. On Draft BoardS. > to yield the right of way and

morning. either equal to or slightly above seemed to be among Abraham demons a Negro, after causing an accident

Now that the paper has last year's sales figures. Devia- the. most popular items on the pleading guilty to speedingwas G. Denmark has been appointed Charles Rpger Williams forfeited

jrmfr a large distribution; tions from thiS general rule were Christmas shopping lists, but the asked by the judge if he had ,as a member Selective a $27 bond on a. speeding

on newsstands and by carrier anything to say before sentence Service Local'Board No. 18. serving ... _
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reported, however, with an appliance merchants said that all types of -- --ew.i r----- charge.

Baona,on we Thunday.aftpr fed that the- dealer rejoicing over an items were sought by the Christ- was passed. Bradford and Union Counties. The,sewer project on East (Call street which has been. the major Mayor W. T. Jackson dismissed
increase of about 20 cent over I; Proprietors of all "Only that I won't be guilty no, :Mr. Denmark's appointment fills a fighting case against Dan Al
publication. day,,as carriedon per mas_shoppers. construction job in the city for the past few months neared, completion -
last sales another more judge, he replied. the vacancy caused by the resignation '
the masthead, should December's while the various types of stores this week with the work expected to be wound up In *'few days stan Negro, when police said theman's 'I
merchant lord about a 10 "You better note let it happenno of G. 'S.-Newcomb because wiferefused to to
be changed to conform .per jewelry furniture gift shops, ( appear
,:,. more.* the judge .said as he business interests outside of In the photo, dry crews prepare to cover up pipe near the end of. 1
with the actual! printing" .cent decrease from last year. drug stores and clothing stores j I o / testify against him. Ha had been
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i 'iTr ] the nearly,3,000 Jeet. of.new construction. '
da7. E-. An-!, generally) reported reported that business was good. levied! a sentence of $35. or. 10 the county. accused of beating his wife. i

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COTJNTT TP LI GRAPE-.STAR>sL-FLORIDL- THURSDAY JANUARY 8 l 1858

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editorial Farmer's Diary '

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B> (

\Vq Begin Our Second'CenturyA second planting. Grade e "A" Fla. or Ga. Shipped Dressed and Drawn


Starke. closes out i its Centennial year it is e i e .- "
fitting to glance back at some of, the accomplishments An eyewitness to the damage : ,
to tomato plantings south Q{ here,
arid some of the failures of the past said it was a shame. That the : -,. 4 \ .'

twelve months, as well as to take a quick look tomato growers were about readyto I

at what OUt Q1.st goat might bring. pick (with prices up, to. ?;14, a. :
The Centennial year like all others since package) when the freeze wiped ,

Starke became officially recognized as a town in -- them out. ,
Santa. Claus stopped in at
our.
1857 of mixed Some .... .
was year blessings good place briefjy Xmas Eve and left Sapp who r.
Met Felix said that
some. bad. Some; bitter, some sweet. among other things an electric
the last freeze the coldest
was
The high point, of. course, was the Centennial blanket for Alice and a clock radio
weather he could remember. Ha
celebration last May, which attracted statewide' for Sam. Now-Mice will be able has- tempo.rary grazing pasture

attenJjoiL j _na, impressed the nan>$',of,, Starke on to get Sam up,in the morning, because -?, of oats for bis cattle, and the cold
many, who hacT.never: heard of the town before. all she will have,to do' is to "bit"'them but that was an.'Fe16c !

Looking! ,hack on._that; .period of beards and bonnets turn off the heat and he'll have has a fine herd of Blade Angusto Average

now, the scene takes on almost the atmosphere. get up or .shiver.. cattle a number of which are capable -

,of( a dream but a pleasant dream wjthr: Alice just about e made a it during of being*registered.* 2 fo 3 Ib

all, and one.\vhich will be handed down.from gen- the holidays, but she finally got 'While around the FRYERS 33c
riding county
eration to generation as another Starke tradition. knocked over with a "strep"we.saw I.
a lot of our former enemies -
The Centennial brought in throat infection that
year progress many put her to the robins. It's funny, now
ways. A new bank opened. A radio station wenton bed for a spell. She was really that we've given up raising berries

the air. The telephone company began a tre- sick, and we talked with the doctor the robins seem to be a lot LB'

mendous expansion program. A new church was 'about going to the hospital prettier bird, but there was a time

organized J. Mpre. streets, were paved an'd sewerlines But when it wasn't,he got done telling'usthat and wften.we used to get so mad at .
necessary what the thieving, no-good feathered
extended. Expansion the municipal<: pow-
hospitalization didn't
cover, rJ'ca.ts for
er plant was completed and 'a forest fire stealing our berries
pro'? we realized that even with that
tectibn station was 'established in the. county insurance in that we would cheerfully have run I
a stay the hospital
the bunch of them out of Bradford
to mention but a few items on the.credit side can be costly. Now the. big,goesCounty.. I'

But there were set-backs, too. Last spring's' tion is:.Why are.we carrying; hospital PRODUCERSP'ECIAIS

'strawberry season was'- on ; of the worst or record, insurance? Of course we don't mean that

and this fall's pecan crop 'was a failure, also. The we would,kill them. It's: just that

situation of the. farmer generally worsened, and Just before ,she got sick, Alice it any of them got so stuffed with

more and more were forced to seek part time;or helped ddiverChristma: baskets, our berries that they couldn't get .
with Martha
Bales, (granddeughup in the'air, we'd have been glad
full time employment off the farm in order. to
ter of Mrs.. :Mae Wells of Lawtey) to
meet living, expenses. Near tjie year's en!! an- as.her assistant. 1ine.-transport'them to' the. county .

other sober, note was struck, when; our ilmenite.:' e s, .. *'

plants announced, a sizeable, cutback in employ- Talked, to Fred :Moore (Jax Had a survey of'the timber on

ment due, to curtailed) demand for titanium. market manager) about present our place,done last week by Don

But when the total scores were added: 1957- crops- and, he reported that a\\ lot Champion, Bradfprd! County farm

our Centennial year emerged' as. one of con- of greens and cabbage are'reachforester, and,Wfre quite surprised ed' Delicious

siderable net progress, and there was much to ins. the IT'.arket, but that n\os\ .. of at the value of the,trees.he selectr

look forward, to on. the bullish,side in 1958. the stuff is inferior, bringing ed for' cutting. Don does' a good -

Most, merchant. reported the best." Christmas about, $1.25. Adding good job.. : 1
greens
; !: a i, t
business they have ever experienced, and sales and- -'cabbage are bringing about We could also say he; same thing Sultana Blackeye A. Pp.. L E. g.

for the year were considerably, aboyCj those of, $2.50.. Incidentally\ fed said7that;; !about\--all our- cp.unty.agricultural

1956. Already, the current'' tourist season. seems. a lot of the stuff down south got employees .here in this""county:r'
sure to top all others. in. the, with local George ,
past, through the freeze withou| dam- Huggins Mildred Sapp;
motels, restaurants, and service $tatjons reaping Mary Ella Watt rson, Bill Haav J ES

a harvest of tourist dollars. age.-; S *', Leon Cartej, anet'Dorotiuo Ro s.

A definite boost in 1958 is expected from the Fred said the growers down We to have feel such the :county a good is group.fortunate 6 FOR 2:9ictII.c :

constructionof, the new natural{ gas pipeline.into! ) state got a one-two blow, because e .

Florida, with;; Starke as,, a strategic''point, along. first, 'they were hit with the freeze, We1,extend to all Bradford]
the rout and then after they fertilized and County (as well as' others),'our J-H>
planted again they got an 11sincere '
In referring to towns, along'the natural gas inch rain that i washed out the wishes for a Very, Happy : }

line, a recent economic 'news service,report said: and Prosperous 'NewYe. r. Can; ki Large Firm Golden, Ripe

''Keep them in, mind, for they are marked for la the Court of the County Judge, of Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida,' I .
progress." It i is expected, of course, that.natural Bradford la Probate Count, Florida Acts of 1941 will register with the I

gas and its resultingcheap'.power! will give a big. Deceased In re: Estate' of J. W. Andrews, Jr., for Clerfc Bradford. of the County Circuit Court Florida In, upon and ;

boot t to industry that i is already established, in To All Creditors and- Persoai H.",- this receipt notice of ,proof the fictitious of publication name "of'of" BANANAS

Florida, and will encourage many others in mak, lug Said Claim Estate or- Demands Agaliut Dixie Motor Court under which J .

ing a decision tq locate t here. With), its. many notified You argil and, each-required of you to are present'any hereby, am pie engaged Avenue,in Starke business, FlbridaT at 744 Tem

natural advantages;'Starke.should certainly come I claims and demands which 'Mrs. Thelma L Golladay, lit ,
in for ,iU fair share of this new, development you or either of you, may' have. Temple Avenue. StarkeFlav sole '
against the estate of owner.
.Yirai rpm; xpecte to follow. construction of the 'gas J. W. Andrews.Jr.., t Dated this 20th day of December : tbb I cJUICE
,
deceased late of said County, to ;
pipe line. the County> Judge cf Bradford ADV ty,' Florida 1957-at, Starke, Bradford.Coun., .. (s Toniqto LB 1 0 .
,
County
at his office In the court :
Other indications of, progress to come are the. house of said County at Starke, .. 12/28 4f 1/10
construction,of a Florida Highway Patrol-station Florida within eight calendar _
months from the time of the first ._
here jn-.th.e new year.,and,the building of a com publication' of notice. Each claim '
or demands, CALL FOR'BIDS sweet'
shall be in writing and
plete.. new $16,000,000. State: Prison in our area. shall state the place of residence. December:!?, 19S7 : :
Work on this.latter-project is and i pout office address of the Sealed Bids( will be received by
expected; to, get claimant, and shall be sworn to by the City Council of the City, of, ,
under way in 1958- although several years will the claimant,. his agent hi* attorney Starke at the City Hall in Starke
an4.al\Y such claim
be required for its final completion. not BO filed shall be void.or demand Florida Until 7;00,o'clock p; Con;,
s/ Nell R. Andrews, as admin- Tuesday, the 7th day of January POTATOES
There,were. Unsolved,) problems aplenty as the (istratrix of the Estate of J. AJX- 1958 at which time.. and place
W. Andrews. Jr., deceased. all bids received, will be'publicT. 46'1o
Centennial yeas closed,out Several months agoa First publication November 8, 1957. ly opened and read, aloud on. th*. 1 I
citizens committee shocked the I public consci- 12/1J It' 1/3 following: C .
-ence with an exhaustive report onthe, delapidated "O Carl APrEA" For Door; the sale of one '1937 Four. : Can / LBS I
IB Clrralt Bradford Ford Sedan. Said car can j
condition. many" of the. county's public\ Florida.i Ia Chancery Comaty be seen at thje New County Jail. 4h 2 2' 5. c

school buildings. Such disturbing words'as "un- Abbie Wilcox,Wilcox Defendant.,. Plaintiff, vs. Sandy accept Said, or City reject'any reserves or the aU right bids.to : FOR'
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safe run-down and 'Case No. 12-459 r' ,
unsanitary"
were lberally{ ".tl To o A..eri CITY ,OF' STARKE., FLORIDA
sprinkled through the report. School officials To: Sandy Wilcox. whose residence Ey: : Carl Johns, City Clerk. ; ".- < :---- ., -
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is Fitzgerald. Georgia and 12/EO.ttlt/27., i *
countered with the.statement that, the: people;of i whose address is General Delivery, _
Bradford oupty; can have the kind of 'schools Fitzgerald Georgia Parker 8' -INCH .
Yare hereby1 notified that In Circuit Court, Bradford CoMty, IflC
they are, willing to.pay for, and set about laying suit' for divorce Florida i In Chancerr I PiesJane
plans for a $450,000-bond issue for needed schoolconstruction. has been !Pad against you in the Florence R. Floyd,' Plaintiff, :Vs. i Apple J7 '
above named.Court' and cause and George R. Floyd, Defendant,: ; EACH'
A vote on this proposed issue i is ex,:, you are'requlred to serve a copy of, Case No.. 12-462 I
Tour; answer or pleading to the. Order .f Publication. and'Notice'T,
pectedearjy 1958, .as soon.as. the necessary, Complaint on the Plaintiffs Appear State of Florida Tat '
re-registration and other technicalitie have been Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 George,R, 1<:Floyd whose residence .
Jane Parker
Title
Florida, Building, Jackson- is Richmond, Virginia, and, whose
taken care of. Are the people of Bradford County ville' 2. Florida address is Richmond County Jail, ,
and file the original In tee office of
willing to tax themselves for a $450,000 school l the. Clerk of the Circuit Court on I Richmond.You Virgin -

improvement. program,?' That, is one. of the big or 1958 before; otherwise the 13 the day allegations of January of January are 27,required 1958, in to the appear:' above on Pound 25 Oz 49C

unanswered questions as'e enter upon the new Mid;0 nfessed Compalnt by you be taken sa named 0 Court eeeks and.divorce cause and, restora wherein'plaintiff ; i .

This notice' shall be, published, tion of former name. ONLY
year.Top once:each week for four consecutive Bradford County TeleJ.'liPh.shaR
priority project for 1958 in the opinion weeks .In the Bradford County Tel- publish this Order in next four > .

of many, is the securing of right-of-way for the egraph.1957 Dated 'this 11 day' of, December weekly Witness issues.my hand 'apd official_ Jane Parser: FJesh.o.aily: 1 LB' LOAF 2 fOR
proposed widening. U. S. 301 north: of:Starke (tOFFICIAL SEAL) seal at Starke; Florida, this 29' December -
"
The State Road Department has a million dollars Charles A. Darby; (.OFFICIAL 1957.SEAL)

budgeted anc|. waftingjto: be spenton this projectin By Uarlan Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court.Clerk. Charles 1:. Darby, ': c

the fiscal year, ending June 30. If the right of'ay lZ/U 4t 1/3 By Marian As CUrk'of L Crosby: : said'DeputyClerk Court. ; ,

\\ is not .secured and the money hot spentfor la' The'Cooatr Jadce's Court !. Chas. R. Hess, S04 Guaranty" Life. H READ '
?
And for Bradford Flor- Bids- Jacksonville 2. Fla.
this improvement work.in the current fiscal year, ..... County Atty for Plf. IZ/tl U 1/11 ,,

hera.is always the possibility that it might be In Be: Estate of E. A Gainey, W _"
Deceased
allotted to some other road project when the w -
new NOTICE TO CREDITORS t :

budget is made up. That is why so much stress ..All Gainey creditors deceased of the estate are hereby of E. Ga: of ,S 6A. 'I ,
is being put on this particular sL: ;
project and the notified and required to file any \
general feeling that this is a "must" in theearJy, claims or demands which they may Home. API Jj anea.0 111 n
i haveagainst said estate in the of-' ).. ." '.' III A&P.
months of 1958, tice' of the County Judge of Brad .' ; Fahcy Applean A&P FancyLarge r

Our Centennial year is over. Starke must.now .- house fprd County at Starke, Florida., Florida In the within Court YoaFr,. endlp. I

take a deep breath and to eight calendar months from the .
prepare meet thechal-: .:
De.1-
; date -of the first publication of this NdrgeNQBGB
lenge of its second century, 'notice Each claim or demand must ,
'be in writing and must, state th APPLIANCES 1
; S
place or residence and post office H
:
e
c
Back To, Chewing..Cane ,address be sworn of to the be claimant the claimant and must, his MATTAOj; WASHERS. Potato.-Cbips. "

agent, or his attorney or It will
A" goodiS.ugar/pane, crop over in Madison County -... i become void according to law. OOLEM\.N' *" .t -. I
,, causes editor- T. C. December 11, 1957. FLOOR i FuaN4CES.. .. ;
Merchant
of the
EnterpriserRecorder -: g/ Betty Gainey, Administratrix I '
.
to pause and reflect, that a Estate of E. A. Gainey deceas- We SerHtt 'AH l 1akeso 1 1-lb I 4 -: oz. ., :

good bit! of the crop i is being ,sold'in the stalk, First publication on December 20, Of'ppliajices, ... ,""' 2 25'c. 3c.Cans .
,
those who ::1957. 12/20 .
haven't jforjrotten and those who have; t 1/10 Bagtotrs :
,.
recently; l learflepthe exquisite pleasure of sitting.down.ancl ...-.* NOTICE- ONxTE.'TlON PK6faeIO( ; ) : I I .
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS! NAME
; t e\jpga.stalk} ,cane. Notice is hereby given that the .S tuFpT:a d1<- .. .
"ButIeopl! npw.are.in i such ahurry, or have< undersigned under the provisions '" .
so many qthfr things to do and -
:so many other-! .' I '
forms of entertainment ; .atrw .rar ,r .t. .rraM Mfr Mi
Bacbwhen cane chejv.ing .- THE-BRADFORD( COUNTY TELEGRAPH); ,

and; cane grinding were .at their peak, the** >. .. .
$ r
were.nt so many football and basketball ga esil .. EST. 1-878 : t t e t a "..;** 1

no radio and no TV\ andt.fqr! tyat> matter not .FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NWth .. .0 P-o.-: .
# -. sq pAPFtt PUVUSpCD, CONTINOUILYONDCTr ) err.arrr .rtael.! n.rea4 ", ;'
picture :!lows" .
many \ ; THE,1AM ,MASTHEAD.- Alt Call Street, ,; ', *;,
Rigjjt areViEdifar '
; And
JOH Merchant, judging,
Florida
by some,q f th fTL'progxap4.we've'seen, l lately! PUBLISHED. 'CACH'miDAY'ANO ENTCRCD'AC MEeeNO- CLAa* Starke, .. < ai
MATTCR AT.THE. roaT OTHC AT ,
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ARKl. ftORlDA l UNOJJL .
we might irk better,off cjiewing sugar'cane. THB-ACT. OF MARCH i 33 trfl4' '

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! T '1'W Ltmyyyyyyyy77 Clarence Knight and other .relatives. family.Miss 1. .. -. '- Darjey- and.1tJu, Sinie Prescott the) Brpwns Gainesville.: She.1% Uje, only

, : t Elizabeth Tailing :of ,the :Miss Mary Ann Motes is Mr. and'Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daughter of Chester Shell Hawthorne -

; LAlTEYAy 'W little of Florida 4s daughter were weekend guest and! teacher at Shell
Mrs. G. Durham aJ1& University\ spending .a.lew, days. with hex.
spending of Mr.. and, Mrs. J. O. RaulersonIn I School.Church.
'
. Kenneth Hines of' Jacksonville her, yacatjonvith.!, .her parentsMrJindMrLT. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.I i

eHURCHIEISu f Mra visited with JUtea! ? Mary. Julia Y'fl.: Lonnie Roberts in St. George, : Kissimmee.Mr. I News
Joyce T1ut4 I .. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown Moriah Methodist Church
I t Futch; on Thursday while Mr. Our 'f 14erly ;finpofe, Mrs.; Ger- Ga. )It.
' ..... ...... Durham a house .1 I had as Thursday guests Mr. and Rev. Blount pastor, held the :first
'4 .A. .4. &&"'. was painting gin Ann". app. A.., }J., Blanchacci.Ifr at the Ralph Wise I
Guests Mrs. Milton Toten of West Palm
for the
quarterly conference yearlast
for Qsar.camr. :Mrs, Futc ,and .. Senie. .
Miss Arthunne !. Blanchard. of : Prevattj ..apd.M horn. on Christmas_ were 14. and Beach and Miss Judy Higginbotham. Sunday. Rev. E. M. Hurley

Jacksonville: was the,.Chrigtmas Mrs. Durham.; Farm'in carried Miss, Fu r ch Cath rine", Teare 'also. Mrs. Matr:. Mrs, Chester Wise and son, ,Mrs :.. of Baldwin. is the new District Superintendent -
to the State the afternoon :
Vfc The.Tabernacle Mtthpdist Church. Day gust "of her father_ ,. A. 'M.BlancharA -. to return to Tallahasseewith tie :Dowell o( Galnesyille f'Mrs.. Theodorp. Young and daughterand ,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moslej A very successful quarterly,
Dow Is. of ant'V ?
the grandmother Starke
o(
antf ebter, Miss. Enza.I !, .Clayton Wise and. family. Mr. and Mrs.. Henry was held. Rev. Hurleyis
: her cousins, tli. Carl Kirtrsingers Mrs. J. S. Eunice have all rJpQ of Ala. meeting
I A, de igh ul Chrjstmas) pro Church School for aH ages; I Carl,Hilliard came home, from Sr.Mr. J. Wise Opp, Tanner,, and.. family and the a gospel minister and, succeeds

p-am was presented at the 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship i 11 the hospital! on. Tuesday: ; Those! and Mrs, J. S. Eunice and nice d'thAt they Christmas.: had unusually Mrs.Preyatt Mr. "and Mrs. J. E. Warren: Marion Tuckers of Jacksonville, Rev Damon Dell who is now

'abernacle on Christmas Eve a. m. Dine-A-Mite for Intermediate -'' visiting wjth him... and; Mrs.. rpilard David, 'were in Gainesville: on twines' tiis1 wel1on had as guests on Christmas day and Mr, and ,Mrs.. Earl Teston pastor in Jacksonville. Bro.
wasn'l feeling LooP ,
the children's part being well and Senior MYF, 6:15: p. m. during 'the, holidays.were Thursday to see Mrs. MattieDpwell. Mr, and .Mrs. Roy Cunningham and three children were Christ William 'T. Holland reporter.W .

arried. out and showing much Business Meeting and Worship _Mr, and Mrs.. JamesrHilUardLand( Sunday of Laricaster, S. C.. and the Les-i mas, dinner guests of Mr. and to report tfee cpp-

alent and coaching. The young- for MYF, 6:45' p. m. Evening family of MJami the Bernard. Mrs. A. H. Hayley had.Christniai lie Bradleys of Kingsley ,Lake: I Mrs., Dave Tanner. tinued. regret illness of, Sister Ethel

,t participant, only two year Worship. 7:30 p. m. A nursery Rollers of. Ft Pierce. Shad Guests of the Allen Harts and dinner With hfiv granddaughter ; In the, afternoon they ,all visited Our community extends sympathy Jeanette, Williams, faithful member -

ild, attracted much attention as is available tor your conveniencefor Thompson of Lake' Butler. Mr. Mrs. Jfancy Keene on Christmas Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins. Mr. and Mrs, :Marvin Warren to the relatives of the Church. According -
- and Mrs Vanis and f Day were V.H; Keene and family and, family. T &S.nCj Harleys of. Jack I late Mrs. Sadie (aunt Tobe) of Mt. Moria -. :
ie. .stood with and earnestly kept both morning services. { Kewe am; ; and new baby daughter ii\ last from
""tone, to the musical 'numbers Beginning in January our fly 'of, Glenn SJ. Mary. Mr and of Glen St. Mary MrS, .S. L. Heilbcoan were. also guests. of sonville. Mrs. Bradley and Norman. to the report she is no.t .

lung: by. the, older children. church is cooperating with thr Mrs. Marshall.Mott' snd.sons.a.nd), Towery._ and, daught Jacksonyille.- and! the the;GaskinsMr .,, daughter remained for, a longer: Bro. Amos and Williams has not regainedthe

'The weekend services were, of Ministerial. Alliance in readingthe the; Eatf. StttHpg* of Lajcelajxd. ,R.. C. Keenes of and and Mrs 0. J, Phillips .and : FAVORITE MELODY improving of. her limbs. fri la.nd
gospel of Luke. Mr. and Mrs. R. Q.: KeeIe and, Mr.andMrs. Ralph Smart, family had:.as guests on Christ visit.Brown Bennett of Miami spent QUARTETTE; AT IJEILBROJfNBAPTISX ; use.
iplritual interest last Friday and and Mrs. members are asked to remembej:
daughters, and Mr. C11UEC1L
family aryl the.. Jaon, Hijliards inas, day Mr. and. Mrs., Coleman until Monday
Saturday nights, being; in, charge AJR. BAPTIST CHURCH. of Jacksonville, 1.fr .' Mabel Starling Oscar Griffs of Jacksonville Phillips of, Waldo, and: Mr and from 'last Tuesday The Favorite Melody! Quartette her srith prayers, cards another "

jf Morris Brackm' Jr. oftrinity Sunday.School} ) 9:45: a. m.; )Morn of.ApburndaJe\ Mr. in).Mi.: were Thursday; dinner guests'of? Mrs, James .'Phjlip} and, daughter .with his son-in-law and daughter will be at the Heilbronn Missionary contributions during this

Bible College, Clearvate'r. ipg Worship 11 a. m Training Henry Thornton of Raifori theJ. Mrs. Mattie Henderson.Mr of, Starke, Their grandson Mr. and Mrs.,Mitchell Brown. Baptist Church Sunday season

With his accordion andine Union 6:45: .p. m. Evening Worship p. and Fisher Gaskins families : ,. and Mrs. J. D, H.art, and .Ear, of Callahan is visiting then Miss Esther Ruth Bennett arrived night Jan. 5, at 7:30 o'clock. The Basketball, Trainers -

baritone voice he brought i 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer and Mr. and Mrs. Luther, 'son of Bell are visiting.the Allen .this week.. on Monday for a visit with I public is invited. Mildred Aaron member of the

aspiration' and spiritual enthus--., Service! Wednesday, 7:30 p. ,m. Hilliard and children. Harts and: Mrs.' 'Nancy,. Keene. Mr; 'and Mrs. Murray Williams eleventh grade class, was chosen,

Ism to- those- who heard- him., Everyone welcome. Mr. and, Mrs.' Arlie Dobbs and They all attended, church in ofWelbp'rn, Wednesday and VYYUVTVYIY3Y3YITT.JJ1T.T1YYTTTTYYTNEWS YVYYYT TY.J by the. Tigerettes to be. their

______u .. ... ___ L the, Willie Dobbs "had as guestson Jacksonville, on Sunday.' Thursday"with Mr. and Mrs:. Hubert OF' INTEREST TO COLORED trainer for 1858. Sh< is the;
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c' y Christmas day. 'Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.: Marion Mars of Jackson- Priest and fani They all daughter of Bro. Aaron of
y.
1 Ernest 'Hewett. and son 'of. Tallahassee vine* was, the Christmas payguest visited, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cum- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Starke and a loyal apd.a tiv*

Madison Street Baptist Church ; Mr.: and_ Mra. Harley! of. Mrs, San*, Hjcks, anA bee ,in Newberry on Thursday. student at RJE. Charles Covjag.

Hearrin. and son* and. the Cecil Mr. and,Mrs. Glenn. Shuford." Their weekend guests i; wereMr Ozora J. ShelFSSASAAAA4assas.I ton member of the tenth. grade

(Presently Meeting Washington and, Grand Sts.), Dobbs family of Jacksonville, Mr.. and Jol rs. Cecil I Harden, M I 'and; Mrs. /Edmond AJltader anMri _ & & & & " AAhSA.1L. class. was chosen as trainer\ for
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an4 Mr: and Mrs. Walter Wil- family of Cajlahan haA. Sunday, and Mrs. Ernest William I. the Tiger We could ,easily. call

REV. JACK H., MABRY\ JR,, Pastor kison. ,inner with the Josie' Starlings;,I-OM w_.,r....>.v..v nrrni Weldon (Bobo) Starling of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffis; had t ,dinner of Mr week the Juvenile of the made a report on the Mid-Winter : Polite," because he is truly all
guests.
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P. T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday:' School is visiting his parents, Mr. as' guests. during: :, the holidaystheir and Mrs. Dick Anderson, wer" Heroines of Jericho held their Conference'that was held in De- of that and hen some. He. is a.

and Mrs. Edwin Starling. son, Lewi?, and Mn and and Mrs. Edgar Starling of ancual Christmas Party at the land during November. All members leader in Boy Scout activities, as,
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of, .Tallahassee were tedn River JCStyi; Mrsr: Daisy? wiU Most Ancient Matron So- to make a contribution to munity activities. The next home
Morning Worship, __ __11:00 ilL Mrs. Henry lamp'of' Starke.
... guests last' weekend. of, Mrs. Sutto"n of Jacksonville! and Mr. r phia; Royal in charge, B. T. Marshall the building_ fund of the Eccles- game will be played on Friday

Fans'. parents. Mr., and Mrs. B. and Mra. Carl Griflandfamily; !! Mr. and Mrs Johnny Jenkins Jr. and; his juvenile committee tan- Ia)1an.Crip ,le_ Children's Jan. 10. The girls game will. be..

Trajnjn Union_________-_____ 6:15 P.M. E. Reddish. Mallie, Prevatt of Jacksonville: l 'and, family of Jacksonville,spent are to be commended on Home. Post Commander Isaac, gin promptly at 7:30.p. m. Coma.

Evening Worship -______________ -- 7:30 P.M.\ ?fra. Ruth Barthlow and, Mr?. spent* the_ weekend, with. his !'the chriatmashnlidays i with 1rs..Tenkins' Mrs.. the fine cleaning done in the Kelly, is,still invthe Veteran's eerly and get a good.comfortableseat
and
Prayer Services..,& Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 PJH Effje Green and daughter of mother, Mrs, "Senle Prevatt, and : J. Anders parents, Mr. building. He is a Boy Scout I Hospita], in Tuskegee. He sends : in our modern. clay gym*

Middleburg visited Mrs Mae Mr., and Mrs., John Brown and 0 patrol captain and president of warmest and_ frjendly greetings nasium. Gwendolyn Marshall

-. Wels} on Thursday. daugh !8"/ Mr; and Mrs. P.TJ Dinkins and his class.* to ajl members pf the posts, aux- reporter. .

Mrs. J YJe. Futch and Ralph Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Treddy; had as guests. during Boy* Scouts iliary, and friends in Starke. The Allen Chapel A. M, E. Church,
carried Miss Elizabeth to had as Monday dinner guesta'Mr Christmas week, Mr and Mrs. Kelly fam.ily of Brooker expected;
Terry 71 Rev. L. A. Sampson paprU
Start New Year Off Right Attend. Tallahassee' on Monday to spend and Mrs.: o orgeRoberts. and sor Paul| Dinkinsf of" St. Augustine. ',made Tl-! .:an"Soy goouts.of.progress'last Troop : him to be, released for Christmasbut hold regular. Communion Service
excellent !
Mis. of Gainesville"and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and },(rs.: ,Casey, Dinkins. and the doctor did not approve at
the; holidays.. with,. Mr. and. und.er, the leadership, ofScoutmaster. on Sunday. Sunday ooV@\
J. P. Wyrjck. The. Fut h &went Version 'Silc x and son of Starke-!i son, MJV andj Mrs. IJorace Cox year Booker T. Marshall the last minute. You may address begin at 10 a. m.,, Su t. Irene
First t Baptist Church their' were and Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville __ __ expressions___ _
HamptonHEAR to see Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Futch On Wednesday guests ; $r. At'the: close of 1957 they had!I 0/vour cards orto n Thomas in cfcaree.' At--- 11 a. m.
and daughters in Quincy on Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Roberts and' ,.and.the Cnarlesc Pinking balance .deposited! in, the Com Ward H, Veterans Hospital, Love Feast will be led by the j

THESE SERMONS.BY PAST0R.ON.SUNDAY Monday af rnoon. Monday evening daughter; Mrs. Th mpso of St. family of Star e. Freddy leftSaturday than Tuskegee, Ala.Zeta.SIgina Communion will be given-
wherehe ulunity. .State Bank. of more; pastor.
for Avon Park '
I Mbs and Ga., Clark Thompson o : Meeting
Mrs, Wyrick, .Terry. George Thft membership has in- at the evening service which will' /
'
;
H' A.M. "Highway 58". the I, Flitches were privileged. to Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. Joe Andrews will visit relatives.Miss. $70.creasedTfrom, .32.to over 40. This Elmer and Ozora, Shell have start at 6 and last for one,hour /

hear The; Singing Christmas and Mrs. Jacq eUne'Moorer.a .. Patricia. Parrish...of. Avon Is largely, due. to the excellent just'returre4 from Dallas, Texas Crusades for Christ has been er- /,'

Tree, which, was composed of, d' daughter' Starke. Park} waa.'the. Sunday, dinner, provided and the interesting where they attended the National ganized by Sisters Pullum and, /
730PM. "Behold H ". MrS.Effie Miner had as guests ,of M & Selma.Eunice, and leadership Boule-Conclave of Zeta Phi i /
--- e, Cornet h young;, men. and women of the guest program that has been Givens. They are calling all. -
Senior and Junior High School during the Christmas holiday Mr. and-; 14a.Brad, Norton.. planned. Each fourth Sunday Beta Sorority, Inc and Phi Beta youth of the. city to joia thfcETOUD I

Sunday School .10,.AM. S, B.T.U. 6:30 P.M. of Fort Myers. as they rendered Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vinson and Patricia's, parents,, Mr. and Mrs. t L&vy.VLL>*Att ..4 .o. ....Yiiii-nti UILL.... fn-. th-.,-; VV'tfvtm.muriity '... Sigma Fraternity, JSighteen-hun- D'--r -and--- enfovliving---0/ _, for Jesu. '
Christmas., Carols for Governor sons of'Jaspe'r, Yr'and Mra O. Wfnwp,Parrish an4 their family : dre4 miles away from home reuus1c and-
an WITH for School
"A Sunday
CHURCH '
.. A WORLD-WIDE. -0'" VISION"MARVIN Collins and his famfly on the M. Heard of'Tampa, Miss Mary are spending'some,tin wjthlJr! service. The regular i makes you wish you were in fun. It can be fun to, be 8,
E.:.FAILE Pastor of Ann Motes f'the University of and Mrs. Fred Lang at Clay worship : Gainesville Brooker before
,. spacious lawn- the beautiful meetings will continue to be held or i "Christian". E, J. Qryena, .is
nevj .Mansion. Mary Julia.. came Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill: 'Wednesday. : night in,the work- you get back. They report a delightful porter. '

home. with her. mother ant" Wells and daughter of Leesburg, Mr.' and Mrs. Leon Starling shop,of.RJE at 7, p. m. Charles and interesting"meeting. New Bethel Baptist Church,
brother. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner of. Jacksonville spent Other local members of this
T ,, 'and, family' Covingtoiv reporter Rev., A. Vinson patorwIU.ho! ,
T Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higglnboth- ,and sOns of Jacksonville.An most, of. last' week'withMr.) : aid Free, Movie In. Reno. group not in attendance are Mrs. regular services on Sunday with.
am and children have moved' into : : extra special Christmas! Mrs.: George L> Shuford. Maurice Jenkins White and Mia
IfAPTISrCHURWSTARKE Years in Sunday
FIRST Your..New treat, kiddies, the pastor charge.
an apartment at the Charley treat came to Misses Merle had nie: Belle Wheeler. The other
; Mr and, Mra Britt Rosier
and Lee when will; be a,free movie at 2 p. m. School will begin aJL 930.; Supt,
Shuford home. Boatwright Karen thejr delegate from this area was Mrs. -
alj of, soIf&and, their families ,
The, management is cordially invlting S. Hankerson In, chs.rge.-JpalJ
FLORIDA Talmadge Mullis of. Jackson they were presented gifts for with them. on Christmas 1 Marjorie Shell Johnson, neophite reporter.Thafa .
this Jenkins
,ajl children. to attend, J
:ville Beach is visiting Ray Reddish perfect attendance at the Methodist live of' Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter,
and Clarence .
Day.. fyideph _
matinee This, is, just pne of the 4
r his Sunday SchooL Merle has .,.,
at the. home: of parents In..Pa4tV, ,, qedric and Bay .
in store for,
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor ; many good things I
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. not missed. a Sunday in eight here. '
J live) Our B wines .
at the Reno Theatre on Pine *
and Karen in four. Mr. you, ,
and Mrs. Jim Rosier and years,
Jefferson, and Court: Streets In.The- Heart of Town Mr. -- Mrs. Georgia; Ann Sapp had as St. during 1958.
the Marvin Hosiers had:a! guests and. Mrs. Casey Dinkins of Jack- / We Dave.IU
.PhaneOffic234-Paat rium 130 also the ladies guests on Sunday, Wu\ Burney, Auxiliary, Meeting "g1 If. Ifs' Glass, "
sonville young -
on Christmas. day Mr. and Mrs gave .v
Mr. and Mrs. Newn Burney, Mrs. CALLWRTEorY1SI
The. American Legion Auxiliary J
l cedar chests filled with
of Columbia lovely
H. H. Brice. and.: ,family .
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A!,!. 8:00 P.M. S. C., Mr, and, Mrs. Robert delicious candy.Mr. :Mattie Prmener andl Miss.: ,Ida of; Post 314 will hold' the -
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Sunday School, 9:45: A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Mrs. Rosier Curtis and Thompson family, ,, Mr.and and Mr. family. and have Mrs.as L.'guests M. Fox'Mr. and anc'Mrs. -Burney Rev., E of: Tt Starke.Sheet and some of first Sunday regular, Jan.meeting 5, at 2'for p.1958 m. on in' Joe' Peters, Glass: Co,

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 PJkL E. L. Wolf and san of the nem'iersfthe<<: First Baptist room,9,at RJR. All members are NEED
and, Mrs. Kenneth Hines all of FOR ANY GLASS
Church to the Carl Hilliard
went
'. Greenwood S. C. Mr. and Mrs. asked, to(attend so that plans for ;
and the Burton Store ,
Jacksonville ,
We ,Design Modern, non
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Heat!, the Sunday .Morning_ Scrrice over WDVH ,*, home or\, Sunday afternoon and the be completed,
year may
Hosiers of Palatka., Wolf, parents of Mrs. Fox, a??' Just Us A Pattern fca
Mail ;
had: prayer. They found Mr.Hillard ,
whic1. Will also include ejection

11 cm. Regular, Broadcast- Every- .r 1, 3-,,*. and-,.-_*_5. Sunday., Chuck Jimmy, and Norton Emory visited; Eunice: their and seeing Edward their Fox new for grandson the, Clifton first nnwhthiproved' from his of officers for the,, next year. A / Table Tops

.II 1 grandparents., Mr.' and'Mrs. Jim recept illness. The Billiards .repor( will he made by our rehabilitation 1313 NW. 4th PL Gainesville, Flit 1 Phon"FA, 24253
time.Mr. Mrs. Bernard Rosier, -
daughter \ Chairman, Mrs. / -
., Godwin, on Friday. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.
and fapily, of Ft Pierce are Frazier the last.
Mary LeA At
Futch Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman
Mrs. and Ralph.
Joyee '
spending this .week with them. .
were attending to business* in and sons and the' L: H. Harpersof : -
Mrs., Katie Sellars, and sons -
'
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Kingsley Lake were guestsof /
Jacksonville on< Saturday.
had
as Sunday dinner. guests
Mrs. Shuford Mr. and Mrs. :I.'Co Prevatt "
Mr. and Charley .
Mrs. Ida Sellers and,son of Otis,
t were in Tampa this week. for a and family hi Ocala on Christmas -
Their, afternoon. company: was SAfEIY--
HUNDREDSof visit, with their son-in-law and Day. Mr. apd.: Mrs. Laurie Blair and RIDE IN :
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. John Mr: and Mrs.'Stanley Andrewsof famDy'of Jacksonville.Mr ,..
I
and Mrs. Wright St. Augustine, called, on Mr.;
1 Wright family.
and .the, children returned with and Mrs. Bryant Reddish on a.nd,1trll. L. S. Tanner had PAY; AS YOU. RIDE!.
details are managed and economically as Chrstmas.) :. daY' guests Mr, AND.
''a attended-that'only trajned 'andj them for a visit. Sunday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Bill ZcI. of D ytona -:--- 1 E
j Jim ,hadas and Mrs. Troy Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. Baxley '
an4 Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith
careful organization can attend when ,
this week Harold Bax and Gary had as guests on
the ,urgent need for serving is guests of, Stirke.. They were all, a|,State, ... '
'I a( ley of PascQ Tejcas, Mrs. Lillie Christmas Day Mrs. Bennett'sfather 1- 100.
F arm.. In the afternoon. 'f, or. aviai "
haml.., ...., Collier of Moultrie Ga., Wesley Shad Thompson, -and I with the'John Bennett fam- -

Baxley, of'St: Augustine; Texas, grandson, Wayne Bennett. 'of ily. The Tanner children'' went I 4-

I Mrs.. Daisy Sutton, Mrs. Paul TitusVille. home .wjth % Zacks. ontThurs; -
Griffis. Mrs. Pansy: Wingate all Mrs. Louis H. Hill was the dinner y'...
DcWITT C. JO.NESPhoni7. ; day and stayed until .Sa ur4ay
.
and of'Mr. and Mrs. James ;
of Jacksonville, and Mr. guest It
Mrs L. E. 'Kight. and daughter _
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Starke Fla.. Mrs. Jennison of Branford. They Blackshear and family at Kings- --'
of
Jor
were, Tuesday guests. .
IWtfiL Director, Ambulance Serrlet attended. 'the'f neraI of- Marion- ley Lake on Christmas Day. and ,Mrs. W. L. Kight in Fern- ,
Mrs. John Shuford and Dave'sholiday g"r
Baxley on Friday- andina,, On}, Christmas: : D y. the, -
Oar local fuatral home ux&hlM u to offer..CXlDft"IalJ' Mrs. Mattie Henderson was guests were Mr. and Mrs L. E.. Rights'{ guests, were, {r.

errtcw not cthatwlMW &y .. the dinne? guest, of,her son, Carl Phil Shuford and diughter of and Mrs, Leonard! Smith, and; _,-

Smart, and family on Christmas Moorhaven, the Joe Shufords of daughter of Homecviye, Mrs. _

-9r: f-l-\ 1-1 1-1 f6.-I. _tr1 I Day in Jacksonville. St. Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle.Ponwejl IfIlIl< family, of ;; '

.. tunuaft-.the..highest 'QPe'1elY1ce at, loved prtoea: and Mr. and Mrs. Harold\ Eunice I Sidney Shuford and'family. of Hilliard,: Mr. and. Mrs. Wf L. -

loetpt JLNT.,Iif9 inauranwi'policy, in tore, tawed. by.la .-.urr.. and Mrs, 'Selma Eunice carried Starke. Right,, and.' Mr.. and Mrst: Ben

.'u paim&1t 'part ir la full onearrlM .. Julius Eunice to Maxyflle on Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Massey' of Jones and daughter, : ,-*>f. Fernan-.
visit with his Naples were holiday guests of
Thursday for a
dina
Ctlo M obllgatiwi. I ,
r -. uncle .aiuj. .aunt,, Mr,, and 14rs: .n v") and Mrs. A. B.- Massey. and- Mr. and: Mrs. Arthur- Pearfe $ -
.,... 41 : & I
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dinne'i
'T were Wednesday ; guests? ,
1 r' -.,' ..t'I f' Mrs., Pearce's son and daughter-: I. : liberal Terms on our fomoys:

I Ih FLORIDA NationalBefore 4n-la\Mrvan4: MrsA. R. Y. Sapp jibtIiA:4
See 'u> Jackspnviile.Mr .
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I : and Mr3.'Fred ?Moore 'had ,
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as guestf during the. week Mr
Buy' "
I you and j Mrs. si D. Andrews and .
T
._ daughter ot Wndwoo6Mr." and .. -
'.. .' Mrs. -Bflly Torode -Gainesville IftTTEEtliSfiiicl ACCESSORIES
-.,. -.. \ Mrsr : I\ r.ipfe i
: d' Mr. and 'Wesley"Thomas II_;. .
: Save "
I
\ : --a'n' 'T",1a.i1IJ&tIIted
: and son. of Hendersonville. N. C. -\, """"" ",,- with family's safety by trying to v -
Oil.Don't
-' gamble your
I t. -- Miss Rajchel Boyer of "Jackson ....-St e4". .

S.11W ville,' and Mr.:'and Mrs. Tom fr c.aI' get the last mile oat of,worn, unsafe tires! Drive la.';

p.sey"and daughter. and trade the unused,mileage on your old tires oq;.::
'
__ _- the Florida Bank at Starke Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton i_ I I
.
_. \ If it's a new,car See Cushionaires ATLAJ-:.
oTTJadiSQgvillc. Plycron or
I and family spent a new set .ATLAS
much -
) and Save! Yes
,. before you buy you can.save.as ;
with i from .Tuesday, VRtfl., 'Thursday! -Safe Tires.The low-cost mileage of these great,,*
'Grl
finance
; L- as a month's.payment.when.you your:.car. with the Frank _Cruces. .t o i
'
; ______ low-cost Florida auto financing l loan. You may'also t3S is available to oa;ot.
l. i ,,n a Mr., and,Mrs.. :V L. Starlingand guaranteed roadrunners you
:. i-M.if.jrM- -x .***"r V -x- tO- .ijtJxI select xour own insurance agent and finance in- family and. Miss Catherine Come vt
convenient budget terms. by to sec
surance premium if. you' wish. Stop in at the were Ojriatnias gues.tiL of )Mrs IrS: .;#;: r

\ Florida Bank at Starke today and get the facts about Ataa'. Starling ig Starke.. '- t1wr _ _ _ _
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gre r -- r'b' "

i low-cost financing. and;'sons. .spent Jast. week withMr.'ad ; r4I11 GIB BROWN'S I

.Jr1 >y. H. Bennett ITMelbourpeTMr.

; ',andMrs., Edison : I
P u1wISERVICESTA. ;;
FLORIDA Bank.'I -i. ,
.. Green/Q? Madisojj! Vjfiited. thfGreeq : I
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fAGt FMTI BRADFORD: oUNTY'nuGJL\Pa.: STARKE. FLORIDA
THURSDAY. JANUARY 2. 1958
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'Mrs. Norman I City Gets New Garbage Truck Funerall-leId.For ffTffVTTfffTTffffffrfTT? Everette Mrs. H. Gainey P..Gainey and and children Mrs. I Leo Savage First Christian Church


Taken By Death Wreck Vilclims BROOKER visited the Melvin D. Spoonerand Morning worship, 11 a.m.

Ray Raulerson families in Wrestles Again. ,: Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor
Funeral services for Joseph
Pahokee over the holidays.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Mrs. Sadie Sapp Gorman 80. t Franklin %Whitehead 80, and his By Barbara Sue Davis Family Reunion Youth Churcn, 7pm.

widow of the late Francis MarIon wife Alma Oglesby Whitehead For Texas Fans
AAAAA aAAAAAAA&A&A&&&.' The Mott Clan were all together Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
.I Norman died in a local hospital 81, victims of a'"pre-holiday high- 7:30 .
Christmas Day for an old p.m.Adult
Guests of the Jessie Sullivans
Saturday morning-following I 'way wreck were held Thursday "
a'long illness. morning of' last week in the De- for the Christmas Holidays were fashion reunion. Lunch was served Leo (Whiskers) (Daniel Boone Choir practice 6:45: p.m.

Mrs; Norman was a native of Witt ,C Jones Chapel at ,Starke. Hazel Hart of Old Town, Mr. picnic style in the yard by ) Savage, the idol of Texas Wednesday.Ladies Council 1st and 3rd
Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott. Those
Bradford County born here on Burial, followed in the family and Mrs. Paul Haltiwanger of wrestling fans has come out of Tuesday .

Jan. 15. 1877. Her parents were plot .in' Pinksfon" Cemetery at I. Jacksonville and Ronald .Regis present were Mr. and .Mrs. Mar retirement long enough to makea I nights.Everybody welcome to each
shall Mott and sons of Lakeland
the I I. ter of Gainesville. flying trtp to Houson
late Henry and Martha Hiers Whitehouse ia. / wherehe service.
.
Sapp., I Mr. ,and Mrs;. Wh'aehead were Mr. and 'Mrs. Jessie Sullivan Mr.. and Mrs, Jack Simmons and took part in a benefit show

Surviving are five daughters. killed on.,Saturday, Dec. 21, were visiting Mrs. Sullivan's children of the Water Oak sec for charity.The CHURCH OF GOD
Hershel
j tion. Mr. and Mrs. Lay.
.Mrs. ,Lizzie Bloodsworth of Rai-i when their car'. was 'smashed 'by mother Mrs. Willis, in Bell field. and children of GainesvilleRev. bewhiskered wrestler who .. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-

ford' Mrs. Lottie Edwards of a trailer-truck at the intersectionof Monday. retired several and
.. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson years ago Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday
Brooker Mrs. Mattie Ellis of I the Raiford,.Road ,and Bayless Mrs. R. R Carlton of Fairbanks and children and Mr. and Mrs.H. operated roadside fruit stand at Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE

Alachua Mrs. Ellen Barber of.jacksonville Highway.Mr. and Elaine Crosby of Hampton Junction on U. S. 301 Service Wednesday 7:45
m.
p.
H. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. WUI .
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.: \ and Mrs.. Carrabelle retired Pompano visited the G. W. Davis I before out. and
Whitehead selling
,.:a.; sawmill I ton Conner and daughter of moving Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. In.
Green of State Farm; four sons, I operator, was born in Blount family Saturday afternoon. farther south, was welcomed LAVVTTTSunday
Starke. Mrs. B. }{. Layfleld of
a
C. G;. Norman of Tallahassee and Mr. and )'!r. G. W. Davis and
County, AlE Mrs. Whiteheadwas Hampton Mr. ,and Mrs. Bishop back to Houston with lavish .School, 10 a. In. MornIng .

Ubvy Frank and Russell Norman born fn Marietta, Fla. They Barbara"Sue- and Dickie Davis Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. praise: from the Texas sports- Worship. 11 a. m. YPE Serv.

all of Starke; three' brQth-. were members! of the Seventh visited Mrs. Davis's parents in Mott.and children.Mr. writers. ice Saturday 7:30: p. m.

ers. Fred Sapp of State Farm, I Day AdventIst Church., Dundee during the holidays. According to the Houston
and Jake and William Mrs.. Bedia, Connley of Tallahassee and Mrs G. W. Davis,
S. Sapp More extensive garbage pickup: service is foreseen by Steet and Surviving are a. daughter. Mrs. Barbara Sue and Dickie Davis Chronicle Savage was one of the learned to love him as well and
,
both of Starke Mrs. visited Mrs. S. ){. Mott .
a sister
; 34'' Sanitary Superintendent S. R. Hicks (In photo) with the delivery of Esther Brewer, and a son Hobart visited Mr. and Mrs. Ardell greatest single drawing cards in came out in droves. Single-hand.

Ella HaLslop of Starke; this new garbage truck. Hicks said that with the new equipmentin Whitehead both.of CypressInn Thursday; Howard in Lake City Sunday Texas sports history ed he drew more than 250.000
grandchildren and 26 great Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman
grandchildreii.Funeral I sen ice, every point in Starke will be reached at least three Tenn. and children and Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. "Whiskers was easny tile most people through the turnstiles at

services were held in times a week by the garbage crews.' Mr. Whitehead is survived by Pasco Mott and children of Gainesville Visitors of the W. E. Bighanw colorful personage In ring sportsever the Houston auditorium in a

the First Methodist Church of -- two brothers, Baxter and Will, and Rev., and Mrs. H. H. and 'Lloyd'Woods over the holidays to invade Texas," says the single, year, all, of them attracted -

St rke at 2:30. p. m. Monday i Sentence WithheldIn W. M. Baxley both of Jacksonville and a sister Mott were guests of Mrs. S. M. : were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chronicle sports writer. "His by the magnetism of the
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,Mrs. Bertha Bennett of name quickly became a house-
with the Rev. Donald Kokomoorand Mott Christmas Day.. Hood and daughter also twC'friends Kentucky hillbilly.
the Rev. Lewis D. Haines of Fighting Cases Taken By Death Maxville. [ ',' ,. ..t '/| of West. Virginia Mr. and hold word, not only in the city In his match for the benefit
Mr. Mrs. D. M.
and
.. Starling
ficiating.Bur.al. ..*' ,. -4 Mrs. Ted Bigham of Parris Island but among the country people fund in Houston last week

followed in the family Sentences on two of three Wesley Marion Baxley 74, of Auto TagsGoOnSale1' Jr.: and family of Jacksonvilleand .. S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. who showered him with gifts, Whiskers was pitted against the
involved in tight at. died of last *Mr.: and Mrs. J. L. Thomas took him and ad-
pot in Dyal Cemetery under direction teen-agers a Lawtey Tuesday L. L. Hardee; and LeI Hardee coon bunting Irishman, Crusher Dugan.W.C.T.U.
of DeWitt C. Jones a Starke drive-in on Nov. 29 was week' at. the home of his brother, and.family of Foley, Ala. .were of JacksonvilleMr. opted him as one of their own.,

withheld "from and James O. in recentguests of Mrs. Grover His I
day to day Baxley Lawtey. following wrestling style depended
Funeral Home of Starke. ,. and Mrs. Edison Wood of
term to term" by County JudgeT. a short illness. Motor vehicle. tags for" 1958 Thomas. Lakeland" and 'Mr. and Mrs. mainly on a source of basic
Lloyd
Slated A. Yawn Monday with the Mr. Baxley a retired. carpenter went on sale Thursday} morningin Rebecca Thomas of 'Jacksonville Wood and Craig are in Town- strength that laughed at gym .

Signup warning that if they were was born in Middleburg on the office. .of' tax. collector' R. 'was'the holiday guest of 'yule, S. C. for a few days this nasium-developed muscles and

brought into court again they. May 13, 1883.Surviving Kelly. her parents the Bob Thomases. week. relied on power that had pulled a THE SALOON* IS OUR N.T1ONAL .\.

For Soil BankSignup would face possible commitment I are his wife Mrs. The color, scheme adopted for Christmas dinner guests of the ,I plow, lifted logs and worked ATTEMPT TO COMMIT .

to jail. I. three the tags,this year.iawhite lettersor H. E.. Stokes family were Mr! Mrs. Eva Crowl and daughter. hard since early childhood. SUICIDE."
Mary Baxley; sons, Nell Oliver of St.
for the 1958 Acreage The' two boys. James Watson,' Wesley M. Jr. of San Augustine, a dark green. background.All and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes and Mrs. Amanda Lewis Augustine.and Allen "Whiskers not only attracted (NATIONAL VOICE.)

Reserve program for flue-cured 17, and James Burke18, both Tex., Harold L. Branford and .tag buyers: muSt:bring their I children of Alachua, Mr. and Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Willie I the country folk; city peopleS

tobacco will start on Jan. 13, Mrs. pleaded guilty. Earl T. Cochrane of Ft. Knox, old registration n slips to obtain. Mrs. Buddy Stokes and childrenof Short, and Jean and Edward
Mildred The third boy William Paul new tags Kelly.sa d.- J Starke and Mr. and Mrs. -
Sapp county office man- Mrs.
Ky.; two daughters Gladys
ager .of the Agricultural Stabilization Smart 17 also pleaded guilty. Coulter of San Augustine, Tex., Deadline for buying tags is Feb. Junior Stokes and children.Mr. Endicott their home who In were Gainesville enroute frorr to Sell it Rent It Trade II
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and Conservation Committee but Judge Yawn withheld judg- and Mrs. Helen Nerone of A- 20. I. and Mrs. Joe Wittington Opp Ala., were Christmas din

announced this week. Closing ment in,the case until Jan. 10'so dana, Turkey; two brothers, At The Park and children of Panama City ner guests of the Malcolm Lewis

date, is March 7. that the youth could proceed James O. and Harry D., both of and Viola GilLs were the guestsof family. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDi

"Allotment" acres of tobaccoare with plans to enter the Navy Lawtey; ,two sisters Mrs._ Lillie "Portland Expose" a motion Mr. and ,Mrs. Al Lloyd in I

eligible for the program Mrs. without a criminal conviction Collier of Moultrie Ga.. and Mrs.: picture'dealing_with vice ,rockets, Gainesville! Christmas Day. Lutheran Services

Sapp. stated. The new program marring his record. Daisy Sutton of Jacksonville. will play Sunday at ,the Park Mary Dennis and Nancy Had- : WORDS OR LESS. OB* ImUWtISIE5CH (111.1... Charge) __ .71

seeks to remove .from 11.5 millionto Funeral services were held at Theatre. lock of Gainesville visited Kathy 122. E. Washington St. ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :50 ___._ 4e Per w..

14.5 million of Edward Binns Harrell Friday afternoon. 30,% DISCOUNT ON REPEA IT IXSERTIOS! SAME AD
acres allotment 22 Pet. GrowthIn the graveside in Lawtey Cemetery The. picture, with '
Regular services will be
: held ::se ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS
crops from production during the Friday afternoon with the and Carolyn.Craig in the top roles, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hodge every Sunday afternoon at 2:30: NOT PAID If ADVANCE.
Firms Shown
coming season. Rev. Laurie :McKinney officia tells the inside story of how gangs and Pete had Christmas dinner
oclock
; Sunday School and __
Confirmation CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 'I.J P., lark
First
with Mrs. -- lasertim
Even though several weeks remain ting. Burial followed in the fam- terrorized community in their Hodge's parents Mr.
classes 1I.eo PFR ICUFOR RiME AD II IFPKATKIl "
at
Statistics released this week 3 oclock. O"B OR MORE TIMKHif
before the beginning of the fly plot under the direction of fight for-control of.the gamblingand and Mrs. Clark. The Rev.
by J. L. Gravlee, district manager -, I Myron G. Mader, pastor CARDS OF THANK T. M W
signup ltlrs. Sapp urged farmers DeWitt C_ Jones Funeral Homeof other vices .In'the city Bill Hinson of Gainesville and Cp *piOVER ) .___-. .z...
of The First Lutheran __
of the Jacksonville office of John Maquer of Hudson. Ohio Church :50 WORDS! 1 --------- 4 Cents Per Word
to get in touch with the county Starke. Binns is cait as the owner of-a 1 of Ocala will conduct
Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., reflect enjoyed Christmas Day with the the MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ... .
ASC office soon if they are interested small.tavern ,who is caught in.the, services.All --- -- -- 4 Ceiti Per W.
the growth of business firms in Earl Greenes.Mr. -
in taking part in the 1958 Current Address middle of a gang war when a new persons without a home
Bradford County during the past and Mrs.; 8 PAID 'ON SAVINGS KEY.
S. C. Porter of % STRAYED-Red cow In
Reserve my pasture
Acreage program. outfit "muscles in" and attempts church are invited! to attend. STONE STATE BANK KEY
ten years. Figures obtained froma VA Trainees UrgedA. Mississippi( and Nell Oliver of Since September. Identify her aud
Each farm taking part in the to establish a. crime syndicate. STONE HEIGHTS FLA., UEM- pay ad cost, R. F. Demorest. Itche
physical count of the Dun & St Augustine visited Mr. and BElt FDIC

program for spring-planted crops Bradstreet Reference Book for L. Crosby Jr., county ser Mrs. Malcolm Lewis over the THE RIGHT POINT' for the j LOST-Wooden table folding legi

must have a "soil bank base" established November 1957 totaled 174 vice officer cautions veterans Attends SchoolSp. weekend. lect your favorite ESTERBROOK Farm. Hese_ asS Buaimeastr Pr.pei. Lake in or, between Starke and Kingsler
for it before a 'write. la Free Open UatlagaJaaale : Phone 2010. Itch*
program wholesalers and college other training way you Come .and se- Ilaaseu
manufacturers attending or Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry are RepreseBtatlre
agreement may be signed by the retailers in this area as compared institutions under PL 550 3-C Glen Crawford? of ,Co. visiting friends and relatives in Fountain. Pen. .TELEGRAPH. P. O. Box SOT Starbe. Fla.S MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN
farmer. This base will be thetOta1croacreage saL S. .a Ml PhotVald. moved to Presbyterian Church.FOUND .
k ep'their C, the Starke ,National Guard .
to 143 listings in 1947- that it is necessary to Wauchula. HObart 8-2831 Ml 4tchg IC
figure for the I an increase of 22 per cent for training establishments informed Unit, has been approved for attendance Mrs. Mattie Sowells is visiting =. -
farm, based primarily on thefarm's machinist's WROR14DOKPruoNyzoo WAITRESS WANTED -Apply in -Frown and white
I of' their current addresses. at the spotted
the
In
hi", period. relatives St. Petersburg this female hound.
I person B & G Truck Stop. tfchg Owner may have by
productioni' history during The Reference Book lists only This 'is important Crosby said, school at Aberdeen Proving. week. : paying pound fee tad advertisingto
1956 and 1957. The total harvested .
Ground. Md.Crawford HEED TIRESf "Contact City Police ttl"hg
manufacturers wholesalers and because the finance departmentwill Ralph Nettles was In Winter -
acreage in.1958 must be reduce will leave '!-or the STARKE; FLORIDA Get them now. pay as you ride.
send their checks to the address Haven. Wauchula FURNISHED
Fort
retailers. It does not include Myers The Music Ask for our easy budget terms. APARTMENTS at reduced
& News Station
ed below this base by the numberot school on J n.3 and return on monthly rates for .
some of the service and profes- shown on the latest docu- and Immokalee last week attend- lACY Conway Sales and Servict. coupl
: In Starke Union Pus Station, Starke Pie or with one child. All conen-
acres placed in the Soil Bank. March 1(. I ,
sional businesses such as barber ment received. Veterans' may ing to business of the State ttcbg venlencea. Close In. W H. Noll-
.If the soil bank base was pre and beauty shops, stock and real change address early, in' the Pvt.; Junius ,Smith Jr. has returned Fanner's Markets. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY man. 228 W. Madison St Starke.
been Starke'unit after FOR SALE 8 x S x 1C Concrete tfchr J
viously established for the to the
the of the regular Mrs. Ralph Nettles and children
month by use
estate brokers. Thus the figure Blocks 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar -
farm, that same base.will be used for businesses in Bradford Coun- change of address form (VA completing' six months active visited her parents the F. K. 6:00: Sign on and. News Mix Cement Sand Steel and CHILDCRAFT ..* Representatives

for farms participating in the 1958 ty would actually be higher than Form 4-572)), but if the training duty with the U. S.. Army. Sessions in Wauchula over the 6:05:, Starke Wakes .Up Aluminum mixed concrete.Windows.Bradford Also ready En- No needed investment Starke and no experience Keystone area.fleee.saty. I

Acreage: Reserve. establishment submits the holidays.Mr. 7:00 First Edition .(news) II'lnt'erhlll' fn., Phnne 94. tfcha Car asset. Write Mrs. R'bt.

Per-acre' payment rates for flue the 174 quoted above. monthly attendance report that. YvvvvYvvmrrvvvYvvYYNORTH and Mrs.. J. }f.- Henry and 8:00 7:15: Starke Wakes- Up WE HAVE a new loan program for I* Wright., Fla.3009 or phone Walton Jar.St.,Fland-Jacksonville -

cured tobacco are the same that shows the old address the VA children of Mandarin were holiday : Sports farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years era 8-6331 collect Sun., Jan. 5th

were'in effect.for 1957. Farmers Social Security will adopt the address on the at- SIDE guests of the Russell Greens. 9:00 8:05 News Starke&Wakes Up Show for ments the of the entire farmer credit and his require.fame only. itchg 1/2

who put land in the 1957 program tendance report. Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Surreney, Betty Grey lly. Gainesville Production Credit FOR SALE-II in x It ft. steel

will be paid a 10 per cent premium A representative of the Gainesville Parents of children Mrs. Hinson and daughter R. L. 10:00: Sweet 'Music Show. & Association &20 North Main, culvert pipe. 11.25 ft ALSO Build-
or guardians News (hourly12l5Second Gainesville. Fla. tfchg ing. Iota for sale in S nth Gate
above the 1958 Social Security office will be By Mrs. Carl Erown&AAAAAAAAAAAhLAAAAAAAA&I Green of Gainesville and Mr ) .
compensation established of deceased veterans eligible I Subdivision. Low down payment.Low .
at the courthouse in Starke at I and Mrs. Joe Crittoden of Ocala : Edition (news) monthly payments BILLY
for their farm if they I for training under the War Music Show It.I I WHEN IN NEED OF.
12:30 Sweet
9:30: a.m. on Thursday Jan. 9, for visited the Russell : JACKSON Phone 165 c/o Central
Greens
put the identical land in the 1958rgr&m. Educational Assistance Sun.
Orphans' -
I Truck Lines
the social r News, ((hourly).. 3 TOP SOIL tfchg
of Jacksonville filled
purpose conducting' I Act' are urged to make, application Rev. Kite day afternoon.Mr. .
'
security business. during the student's the pulpit here Sunday morningand .- and Mrs. Elder .Harris of 3:00: Starke Music Hall & ONE BEDROOM furnished apart-
I News (hourly) FILL DIRT menu for. .rent. Phone 185 W. T.
Mrs. Minnie Persons desiring to make application -' senior year, preferably during evening. Everyone enjoyed Waldo and Mr. and .Mrs. H. E Jackson. "' tfchg
Kight }{on., Art Mooney; Tues., Gordon -
for social security retirement the last semester of high school the messages very much. Stokes were weekend guests of ALL TYPESTRACTOR

Dies In TampaMrs. or survivors benefits, secure Crosby said. This will allow the The Brotherhood meeting' will Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes in fonte McRae' Thiir.;; Wed., Harry Kaye Bela-Fri. KALE HELP OH WANTED FEMALE
; Sammy ; WORKAND
social security account numbers, VA sufficient time to establish be held Monday,flight, at 7:30 in Jacksonville.Mrs. Eddie Fisher. Start the New Year right by get.

Minnie Lee Kight 83 or get any other social security eligibility for such training and the church. All men 'are urged to Wilma Fipps and son of 3:15 MOIL Howard Tnes. ting a Nationally business of Advertised Independent in-
I. Eddy ; your own
died Monday Dec. 23, at hei information are invited to see, the to schedule the mandatory counseling attend. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Al Sunny Gale; Wed., Luis Alcaraz; Light Bulldozing Starke. No investment necessary.

residence 8018 North Edison St representative at the time of his session during' the summer Bud Harley of Miami .spent the Lloyd of (Gainesville and Mr. and Thur. FrI. Write C. R. Ruble Dept J-l. TheJ.
Rosemary Clooney ,
; .
R. Watkins !.
Memphis
in Tampa.A visit. months, before the beginning of Christmas holidays with his pa. Mrs. Whittmgton and children of Joni James. W. L. THIGPEN, JR. Tennessee. Company Up

native of Stark Mrs. Kight the college year. rents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. ,Harley Panama City were weekend 3:30 Mon.; King Sisters; Tues., Lox245DAItoi B&PBQNC
had lived in Tampa for 28 years. and other relatives and friends guests of Mrs. Viola Gillis and REAL ESTATE
Those desiring to"enter college Billy Vaughn; Wed., Jo.Stafford; 297-J
She was a member of the First Vet ConsultantAlbert at mid-year should apply at Mrs ,Jackson and daughter. Ruby Stokes. Thur., Tony Martin; Fri., Larry Starke, !1Lova Ow.rr.' E..iltr l. motrrm II..."..
Baptist Church in Starke. A-3c Make satall dose par.at. .<..
least 60 'before the Patsy of Gainesville spent from Kenneth Parrish of Tyn- Clinton. '
days begin-
Lowe, kalaare like .
rri
your pay
Survivors include four daugh- L. Crosby Jr., county ning of the second semester of Thursday to saturday'with Mrs. dall AF1J. Panama City was 3:45 Mon., Andy Williams; TENTH! ANJflTERIABT

ters :Mrs. Elizabeth Velasquez service officer, has invited a college Maude Wainwright.Mrs. home for the holidays.Lee Tues., Ames Bros.; Wed.. Ferlin RADIOS REPAIRED Bu.tlf.1 40 acre farm, large dwell.lag .

Mrs. Mabel Dunn, Mrs. Ann representative of the State Serve year. Minnie Carter of' Max-: Parrish was in Chattanooga Husky; Thur., Diahann Carroll; Uaioaikle AU Make Cllar-..AU-.r...arutee4' .able eel with prtf tera..r.... Prlee ra..

Hope. and Mrs. Vivian Bennett, ice Office of the. Florida Department VVyyyYVwWVyyyyyyyyyyyyyPINE ville and Mrs. Effie Johns of Tern over the weekendon Fri.. Vie Damone. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

all of Tampa* ; three sons, Leon of Veterans Affairs as a Starke were Sunday night sup- business. 4:00: Mon., Caterina Valente; M \V. Call St. Stark Pk. lit Attractive round Lake 11 r lag.Prire Homes. suitable f.r

Kight and Silas James Kight, consultant on matters concern- per guests of Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Mr. and. Mrs. C. J. Tetstoneand Tues- Ray Martin; Wed., ,Doris HElL ESTATE year
LEVEl
both of Miami, and George ing Federal or State benefits to Carter. family Mr. and Mrs.' H. E. Day; Thur.. Wayne King; Fri., F.r all y..r Real Estate Need .. cell r.It mr for real.estate.. right cad let

Kight Tallahassee; two sisters, veterans, their dependents or Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott and: Stokes and family 'of Gainesville Lena Home.- See JR. ?
HtRKY C. ELROD
Mrs. Julia Bryan and Mrs. Laura survivors. Sirs. IL )L McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA children spent last week In Fern. Mr.. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts, H. 4:15: Mon.. Dean Martin; Tues. :18 Tenplr .\,... Starke, FI.. FLORIDA REALTY CO.

Tyson both of Starke; 23 grandchildren Appointments for consultationwith andina with Mrs. Scott's mother, B.: Stokes of Starke Mr. and Jill Corey; Wed.. Jackie Gleason; _(Opiu. I.II.I ..,It") tfffcg Of Starke

46 great grandchildren, this representative may be Mrs. Cora. Bell Jones, Mrs.. }rarvtn.E.. Stokes of Edgar Thur,' Johnny Mathis; Fri., The PORTABLE ,TYPEWRITERS lit N. Walnut St. TeL :H3Starke

and two great, great grandchildren made in advance by contactingthe Rev. Bobby Crews a studentat Mr. and Mrs. G. ,L. Sapp and and Mrs..Faye Johnson of Waldo Hilltoppers. Nothing down Dollar A Week. Fla
Ideal Christmas for the entire
I. r county service officer at the the Baptist Bible' Seminary Mr. and-Mrs.-. R. Sapp. and were guests of the Edd S. Polks 4:30 Mon., Del Wood; Tues.,'Nat family, Bradford gift County Telegraph. WAITRESS WANTED; also kitchen

Funeral services were held County Service office in the brought the message to a large son were Sunday dinner guests Christmas Day. King Cole; Wed.. Five Keys: helper. El Raocfeo, Restaurant.

Thursday Dec. 26. at 4 p. m. in Armory where personal interviews attendance at Pine Level'Church'' of Mrs. Maude Wainwright. Ronald and Olin Polk spent Thur.,. June Christy;; Fit, Jimmy DICKEYS TRAILER SALES 2tp 1/10
'
the First Baptist Church will be available on Jan. last .Sunday. Henry (X Martin and familyof part of their Christmas, holidays Dean. FOR SALE-1155 Liberty Trailer <5

Tampa. 17 from 8:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. Rev, W.. E. Hall was called to Alabama spent the<'Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. C. J., Tetstone 4::45 Mon.. Gene Vincent;,Tues. NEW fSED: ft, 2 bedrooms, air condition. complete -

DeCoy where he conducted the holidays with friends ;and, relatives and family in Gainesville.Mr. Kay Starr; Wed., Judy Garland; BASK FIXA.M'EPh bath. Call 242-W 1420 ltchgTWO PrattSt.

I Priie Winning Yule Display funeral for George Smith. 85 here., and}frs. Edd S. .Polk and Thur.. Sal Mineo; Frl, Elvis Pres .. .S9Z '

Rev. 'Hall was accompanied by Mr.' and '.}[rs.- Carl' Sapp and Olin stayed Christmas night withMr ley. J LOTS for sale, 52 H x 105 -ft,
5:00 Mon. Fred LAKE CITY: FLA. I'I good residential location In
: Waring Tues Stark.
.- Mrs. Hall and her sister, Mrs. Charles -are,.spending" 'the New and Mrs. Marvin E. Stokes ; water. connection and driveway In.
Pat Boone; Wed., Pee Wee Hunt
Vara MitchelL Year's holidays with 'Mr., and in Edgar. ; tf stalled., Newsome, 615 Lafayette St.
Mr. and Mrs. McDae of Illinois Talmadge Polk and sons of .Thur., Ray Anthony; ,Fri, Everly ftp 1/10
Mrs. John of
Benny Sap Day- .
J Brothers. FOR RENT-N wli decorated S'' .
,.. attended ,church here Sunday. tona. Trenton and Ronald ,Dukes were room furnished upstairs apartment. FOR SALE,. Bf OWNER-Lorly
\ .: Mr. McDae 5:15: Mon., Tab Hunter; Tues.. Private bath and entrance, large 2-bedroom
.. ... is a brotherinlawof Sunday guests of the Edd S. modern home complete
-:""', ,.. Tiny Love of Sorry thAtiS8.DOra Clark is Peggy Lee; Wed., McGuire Sisters screened porch. Inquire at 400 8. ly furnished, even a television and
: Starke. Polks. i
ill aid C,7ciark' Stacks Water St. tfcha-
t oJ. E.. is : Thur, Frankie Laine Fri. deep frcexe. (ltd an ll-tlectrla
,
;
Mr. and Mrs.: Neal Crosby have also m:the hospitaL. Mrs. Pledger Galney of Gain. kitchen. Good frame house with
Al
: "'" returned home after visiting 'Donald esville visited the'Cecil Melvin Kibbler. A WATKINS ROUTE is OPEN IN fireplace, porches and carport. Also .
; Mr. and Mrs. Whit- 5:30 Mon. Kallen Tues. huge barn 10
Kitty ; BRADFORD COUNTY. This I. one a on acres. Weal
in
relatives Oklahoma.Mr.
''I'" taker and son spent the Christ.: family Christmas Day. Hal Kemp; Wed, Johnny Ray; of the best localities available to for pony farm, cow-pasture, or
., and Mrs. Loran Conner of man or woman. Write The J. R. chicken ranch. On paved Highway1C.
,l, Miami and R. M. Crosby of mas holidays with' relatives .in Thur., Stan Kenton; FrI., Three Watkins Company, C>) Wen Peach- at edge of Starke. Price $15,309
Kentucky. "EVERY SEASON SUBS. tree St. N. E. Atlanta, Georgia. One-third down. Phone or see Boyer

Jacksonville were among thosevisitingrelatives 5:45: Mon.. Hugo Winterhalter; itehg I/I Ranch. tfchg
here last week dren of
Jacksonville
THERE'S A REASONTO
Tues. June Valli; Wed., Dinah FOR RENT-3 bedroom home, part LosT-Biz black and tan hound.
Those enjoying Christmas
JA:1:-.< day Sunday' visitors of the H. M. Shore; Thur.. Frank Sinatra;. FrI., ly furnished. Corner of Pratt and Ajvyone who has seen or heard of
: with the H. M. McRaes were Mr McRaes were ?{r. .and Mrs. V SAVE MONEY" Perry Como. 3 Christian St Call lit Itchg this .dog. please notify T. W. Ta.tum' -
.. .; Rt. .1. Box 3%. Lawtey, Fla.
..c.,. and .Airs. A- R McRae and son E. Thornton. Mr and Mrs. B.
\. II Is Not Too Late To Join Our 6:00 Third Edition (news). 3 FOR SALE-Houce Trailer 35. ft. ltp
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and }t McRae of Ocala, and Mr.. and 6:15 The Service Show. long 1% ft. wide. 2 bedroom and
'',' iJ I .,,./, \ sons, Mr. and Mrs..'B. M. Mc Mrs. Gene, Petcher and Mrs. 6:30 bunk. Complete bath. U. S. 101 N. USED AUTO Westinghouse Laudro-
..'.. Rae Mr. and Mrs. Robert CHRISTMAS SAVINGS What-A-Burger Show. turn right at J & J Restaurant 2nd mat :Masters Electric Service. 3JW.
.,. My Florence Haltiwanger of Jack 7:55 News and Sign Off. house on left tip 1/19 .. Rrownlee St, ltl'tllf
; rick, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huey sonville. .. CLUB
i and Mrs. 'Sue Mrs Saturday FOR SALE 11 cubic ft. deep freeze: FOR RENT 'Furnished apartment
son Myrick, Mr. and R.
Mrs. H, Lewis
and AtmeCOMMUNITY Same schedule as above except dish washer, 4 burner gas stove livlproom.. bedroom with bath.
Laura McRae Mrs Margie Underhill Mr. and Mrs.. W.'C* .Conner and 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. jet pump, water pump and electric All electric kitchen oil circulating

and Mr.>and Mrs. V, E daughter spent .Christmas, day STATE Sunday motor. Inquire at Crescent Court.HP XadIIOD'-heater Mrs.'-; J.' ){. Mitchell. SOS Itch W.,

Thornton' all of Starke, Mr. and with the Noon Motts at Brocker BANK OF STARKE 7:30 Sign on.. Religious programs -

Mr. and Mrs. Ouen Vaughn wan first plate in.the recent Christmas Mrs. T. N. Norman Mr. and This community was saddened until 1 pjn. REWARD-To party who picked \rp FOR SALE-Three bedroom frame

'lighting contest with this Mrs. E. C. Sapp and sons ot by the passing of ,Aunt Sadie MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT 1 to 6 p.m.-The Show Gunmetal.. Cashmere Cardiga h.esw; Large living room. dining
display showing Santa flaus pressed Sunday ,(: sweater near West End Grocery room. den breakfast: room; kiJrh..nl.u
Into wrtiea w a_baby sitter while he took time out for a coffee break. Heilbronn section. and Mr. and Norman, and our sympathy goes IV$. COBPORTIOX0 6 to 8 p.m.-Same schedule as Dp& '29.! nase return to Evailford -
Mrs.Barney' Eggers- andchfl- out to an her loved nes.' '-- weekdays .. -- ::- Co. :. 41egrhfev-reward., .. ftp *. lung: lIlt
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. 1958 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. or -
PAGE FIVE
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1Y11" ,, t'fff.rTTTTTWW and Mrt Joe H. Hundley of Jack- I


STATE FARMBy sonville.Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews hadas '

Sunday dinner guests Mr. and

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjHoliday l\lrll. J;_0. CaldweU Mrs Mrs.gle of D.Crews'Auburndale.I.. Shaw nephew of,LaCrosse Harry Pnn-and START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT WITH


guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of the J. ai yis

Owen House were Mr. and Mrs.J. Caldwell's were Mr. and Mrs. .
C. House and John House 'of Mack' Yongue and sons of Mar- '

Thdmasvaie. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. E. tin.
P Bond of Lake Como and their Miss Judy Harrell is at home MODERN (

son, John Bond of Chicago, Ill. again after working in Ocala for

Misses, Rebecca and Virginia the last several weeks.
House went home with their Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. p,

grandparents and spent the rest McLendon during the past week

of the week with them. Mr. and were Mrs. McLendons' brother,

Mrs. Owen House went' to ister-in-law, and niece :Mr. 'and

Mrs. Lloyd Cogdill, and Miss "'
Thomasville
Saturday where they
You owe "it yourself and employees to
: Jeannie Cogdill of Knoxville, Ky. your
were with their parents over COW "PosluralCEf> !! AIRS
While here Mr. and :Mrs. McLen- Full-Size Standard .
night and all returned together increase the efficiency of your office with Modern
en Sunday.Mr. don and sons with their guests .Ii '

and Mrs. J. C. Wallace went pent Christmas in Tampa with SMITH-CORONA 'PACEMAKER' Typewriters, Adding Machines and other'I .
to Jacksonville Tuesday afternoonto Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McDonell. -
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. equipment. See us for your needs. Terms ar
spend Christmas Eve and tOUCE

Christmas Day with relatives': Swan at Christmas were Mrs.Swan's OFFICE I TYPEWRITER I ranged to suit your convenience. n, :
sister and brother-in-law ,
The immediate family of Mr. .
and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow gath- Mr. and and Mrs. Garner Berlt,
formerly of Huntington W. Va. OffiCE
ered at their home on Christmas i
Day for a family reunion. Those who are now residing at Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. George I Also Mr. and Mrs. Donald Busby
present
were

Manassa Cove Springs.and Mr.children and Mrs.of Robert Green and. remained son of Orlando.for a Little week's DonaldJr. visit i1 !! T' Fe ht .F.W'" k fA11GUE

Barkley and children of Jackson with his grandparents. + Ig : OL
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M.
oflr. Mrs. J.
Visitors and

ville.Green and Mr. and Mrs. Inman Bradley during I the weekend were .?'.:.:.":,-.: .."?.-.f..:, .*,,,. ".':,x.:.,.,.:..:.. :' ...:.:....t...,.:...'.;:::.,......,,.....' ." ''" .
and little ,
of '
daughters : .
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gieger, ""Mr ; ::: :/ .: ../ ..:\:...: ,:.. "
Starke.Mr. }tr ; ; : .
:: :
and Mrs. Louie L. Wainwright and Mrs. Jimmy Bradley and :f.<.... .,.. ,,.,.,.... ..,;,. ,.. ,,;::"r"" .;;;:) ,
and children, former residents children and little Gary Rucker of ; ,... '. < .
Jacksonville. Gary stayed with : l"l"J j{ j ; .JJ! .. '.. )
of our community, now living for vis ,."': <....iL........ ..*,.:....<:: ..:....'. :..:.:,.:.... .. ..... ". .. : L1
his grandmother a longer "" "'" : : ; <> ,0 + L a { tension
at Avon Park, '' ,,' y,. Spring
were greeting li" : \:(."'-'' :: .w' I
BUY' EW" ,. '. ,.. back
friends and former neighbors here it. :;:t'tp: :, ; \ .,-.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of
Friday afternoon. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlyle kh REMINGTON RANDAll I nyl nbearings ,
Master Donald Tilley Is spend. -
Ritch and baby, Mr. and :Mrs. ;
ing the holidays with his grandparents .
Hamilton Ritch of Johnson Mrs .
Mr. and Mrs.,M. J. Col- t"-r ; 1'--1...........II.IQLL :lock tilt, ':
lina. '. Annie Norman and Bruce Norman s{ iadlpandently'V ..p,
of Jacksonville were Christmas f slat ; '
Joe and Steve Harden arrived
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. :
early this week from* Murray ADDING MACHINE :
M. Richarde and family. Members Regular $179.50 Plus Tax .
State College, Murray, Ky. to be of the Ritch family who called ; +
with their mother, Mrs. Louise
in the afternoon were Mr. and
I Harden, and grandmother,' Mrs Mrs. H. A. Durden and Miss Spe :Introductory Offer tT: 42-50 *
Dora Lenton for the remainder of Frances Durden of Jacksonville -
the ,
holidays.
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Burros t Plus TaxIncreases'efficiency ,
Mr. and Mr*. Milo Seigler andt < .
and children of Miami. Mr. and \
children were Sunday visitors of: 169'50wr .
Mrs. Zack Crawford'and baby,
Col. and Mr*: D. A.Talbert in NewPort Plus Tax .
Richey. Miss Linda Johns, and Mrs. A. A. lI\I Only'5.00 by eliminating} fatigue. Yqu con

.),fr. and Mrs. G. E. Green had Durden of Starke. WHY PAY MORE! adjust it 4ways. to fit your body; Molded foam

ft* Christmas guests, Mr. and Mrs. 'TTTTTTTTTTTITv,1TTTTTT'HAMPTON rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated mate-

Calvin William and children of SUPER SPEED ACTION "'t' Down rial. W2I stain crack peel. Brushed aluminum
Bolixi Miss., Mr. and Mrs. .John :+ Y not or

Crews and children of Monticello, FLICK-SET TABULATION 6.50 f frame \Solid'base equipped with kick plates and

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hale and little, ". "
son of Lake Butler Lt. By Mn. D. E. 1UU a STANDARD 84-CHARACTER KEYBOARD $ t a top beefing casters. Sea size 16% x 14% x 2% ,

and Mrs L. M. Francis comdr'j' ....... .. ..WI a QUICKEST- MARGINS Per Month

dren of Washington, D. C.. Also \
Lt Francis' parents, Mr. and Mrs- Christmas day'gues18 at the REINFORCED ALL-STEEL FRAME .. "EXECUTIVE" 'Arm Chair
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox
J. 'A. Francis, of Warwick, Mass.
in Hampton were Mrs. Inez Cole- Colorful! Impressive, the last'' word in
Christmas dinner'1csts, of Mr, '
man and children of Jacksonville; ,- beauty. Crushed aluminum I satin!
,
and Mrs. A. C. Belche in addition 'r ORLQ'S fASTEST IEY o tD-
Yr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cox and smooth an4{ bWTilt.s lotwthz' (
frame
;
Mr. IMP ESTS '
to their house guests + : fAJIfJT. tfCAUSf. JJ'$ $/ !
.
family, and Earl Cox, of Lake ; ', adjustabletenstenf4Waffvteole(
and Mrs Joe Neal Belche of '
Pensacola were Mr. and Mrs. Geneva; and Mr. and Mrs. Otto ;-_ ;.. '._ Come in or call (for a frordemonstrotlon. height:Swivel.boll-bearing costers.

Monroe Rogers of Lake Butler. Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Robert '', :4 j' ''. 'Seohize/19W'x !17( lx2W'The' .

S Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neal Belche Cox. and daughter of Hampton. :- .. : : Famous'Remington Rand
Mr. and Mrs. Otis and ,
left on Thursday after: spending:,a I Lamar} r. '
week with their parents Mr. and family of Salisbnrg, N. C. visited 1uuIuIuuuIIuii.y.: .iKEY t F -O
10 ADDiNGMACHINES- (ooh) a
Mrs. A. C. Belche and Mr.. and in Hampton with Mrs. Loman'sparenta
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown ,
:Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. .- *' Granite Cray. .< Oak Itaf Grim! .. Brews
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. ,For the Christmas holidays.Mr. tk it? "- M. *. ...Saddht n.lrroConss.Win, .
North for the past week were MrsNorth's and Mrs. Ed Wallace and + e.Priced from 1 flQ.75 .95"Plus .Sapphire 'glut end'uft ;p'it.l shads th.Ceral..Appl
Mother, Mrs.: Nelle'Beav. children visited here with Slade AV 85' ,'Gr....,.R.u ...
ers. and her sister. Mrs. Paul relatives last weekend. They have .', ". Plus Tax Tax -
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Warber. Mrs. Warber left oy recently returned from Germany, I --

plane for her home In Seattle, where Mr. Wallace has been stationed I .

Wash. on Saturday. Mrs. Beavers and are now living in Ft. : SMTH..CORONA" DOLE'S -

remained for a longer visit Hood, Texas. ,. !f} ." ., :4-ALSO;f
with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hall and .. : : -"Q" ..

Christmas dinner guests of Mr. baby visited in Hampton with Mr.
;:Full Keyboard Adding Machines j
and Mrs. R. V. Turner were Mr and Mrs. V. J. Slade last week .r_11. 4 ,,. .... ...
and Mrs. Bill Brinson of Valdosta, while in Florida on furlough from .,.,..it: 'b-< ,

Ca., Roy Turner of Lake Butler, Belleville, HL, where Mr. Hall is ;.y'*.::)?* ,-,Priced from QQ>50 St TY T
Miss Ella Turner and Mrs ,
Mary stationed. They spent the Christ :. **** a.
Alice Anderson of Starke Mrs. mas holidays in Gainesville with 7 Plus Tax -for personal papers and other

Schofield of New River, and Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Free / TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE ,f valuables (only YOU know the
and Mrs. James Reddish and four Hall former Hampton residents. -r '
dial combination). Also: two
children of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Wesley Griffin and daughter : j( ; t ball-bearing letter files.Two index
and V.
R. Turner haveas
Mrs. left December 24 for Stewart. .. / drawers for 3x5 or 4x6
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Mrs.
weekend visitors Anderson
Lyle
Miss., where they were called be- t cards ((6400 capacity), or for
and children of Charleston
cause of the illness of Mrs. Grif ix cancelled checks; two adjust
8. C. fin's father, Louis Braezele. the NEW Smith Corona -- -' able
Mr. and Mrs, Spencer Crew on Cole storage compartments
Mr. and Mrs. John Kemper and under lock and key. Size 37li"
and children of Auburndale
arrived -I I
children' spent the holidays in high, 30'/4" wide, 17" deep
Friday to spend weekend
with Mrs. Crews' Mr. and Hendersonville and GoodlettsvQle, Olive green or Cole gray.
parents < A/ PeP T DESK n'FILE'
Tenn.
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ew \ ._,
Mrs. P. S. Crews. While here I With plungr-lype lock which
Mr. and Mrs. Madison ,Lee of
thay attended the class reunionof I < i' 62.75 automatically locks all drowors.
the class of '49, which was held I Perry were weekend guests at the cabinet No.There's 1478PI ._... ,$67.45
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home of her brother-in-law and just no comparison between the ease of operation I
at the American Legion Hall in
StarkeMr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon.: of the new Smith-Corona Electric Portable and any other ..'- ,j a

i Misses Carolyn and Connie Hen portable in the world. A'gentle touch of the keys and desk j;
and
Mrs. O. E. Crosby had A retractable ;
I dry of Jacksonville visited at : .' ..- .'
electric takes over speeding you through your #
all of their children and grandchildren power valuables I f.:, ,
safe for ? ,
'at home on Christmas Hampton Lake with Mr. and Mrs. typing quickly, quietly and effortlessly SEE AND TRY plus a _"
Lester Slade and son for the holiday drawers for checks ',
day for an old fashioned family I IT TODAY I F
dinner. week. files for letters, : l' .
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Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and,' SMALL DOWN PAYMENT compcrrnen't! 'for books, > Q'' tTh zap' I f .

Cadell during the holidays were, daughters spent last weekend,in i drawers for stationery I \-
Jacksonville with the Truman' 9.21 Per Month "gx y r i--
Mr. Caddl's brother, James Rus- EEt I
'I and index cards. ; iII i\
sell Cadell and family from Kings King family. _ _ _ _ \.1 L:. I .
ley Beach Mr. and Mrs Edward Mrs. T. F. Brown is visiting in \ x sA 13pi"' ; desk y

Blume and little son of Baldwin, Miami for the holidays with her Other SMITH-CORONA Portables :

and Mr. and Mrs. Edward YiLT. son and daughter-in-law and family : y 1 \
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and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest. I
brough son and daughters of -
Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burkhartand \ Win add dignity to any room.A com- t \ c
AS LOW AS :? 1,[ plete office combined into one 'r
Mrs. Milo Seigler and children family of Perrine visited in : '
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jt tome unit protected by two '
visited her Mr and Mrs. Hampton for Christmas with Mr. E hcondif( ,
parents : ( ., ...:.t. s. r.. outer door under lock and ;
Bryan Whllfield in Campvillev en- and Mrs. Lynn Hall and Mr. and 74 50 .r..; Heavy gauge steel. 32V wide r

route to Gainesville to attend to'Mrs. D. H. Crawford and daugh- h -':' ,$hi9h 19" d"ep.Green'w Cole t f for Typing 1
business on Tuesday. ters *

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell had Mr. and Mrs J. O. Parker and 4 iGrained Walnut Mahogany or Knotty -
: ?< $15.00 additional. bt "
Plus Tax >Pin faith
as dinner guests on Thursday children of Homestead have been 1
night Mr. and Mrs. Emory Dean spending the last two weeks here t rtA11

and son 'Donald of Fairfield, Miss with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. < your important papers'at your (]l.ej -
Pictured t
at Right desk
Esma Lee Dean ef Inverness, and Dave DyaC and with his father, finger tips The retractable

Billy Dean of Washington, D. C. John Parker.Mr. The Skyriter i glides smoothly.and* out. I {FUTILITY, TABLE' .

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cooper had and Mrs. J. W. Home were .
as visitors for several days last weekend visitors in Tampa with I.i z.95 P fhr the Student '1,1.95

week Mrs. Cooper's sister and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr Plus Tax Tax
niece, Mrs. L. J. Smith and Miss and Mrs. R. C. Williams and son.
Jeanie Smith of Statenville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon and -- -- -

Miss Nancy Bates, student at daughters spent last weekend in
FSU, came 'home on Friday to Eau Gallie with Mrs Saxon's par- Hundreds ofrQther Necessities For: The:Off ice

spend the holidays with her parents ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope. __. -

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates. .

Miss Bates with her parents and _

sister, Miss Barbara Bates spent THE RIGHT POINT for the

Christmas in, St. Petersburg with BRADFORD COUNTY : TELEGRAPH

her. grandmother, Mrs. H. O. ,'BatesJr. way TOO write. Come in and se

led your favorite ESTERBROOK
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Williams on Sunday.were Mrs. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
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I---- Adele Scholl, Edwin Quimby III Repeat Vows I Lex Greens Host I Bobbie Jean Oakes 'Woman's Club Additional Locals I Ior.


Impressive Ceremony At Methodist ,Church Christmas Party I To Wed Ronny Patray Will Meet Jan. 8 } and Mrs. Hugh Ingram I

and sons spent the holiday" with ,
Mr, and Mrs. Lex Green were
The regular meeting of the
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
hosts to more than 250 guests on Starke Woman's Club will be Cook, of Kanakee, Ill.

r Tuesday night. Dec. 24, at a held Wednesday, Jan. 8, in the Mattox and Miss
Miss Patsi
lovely Christmas Eve party ir club building with Mrs. Russell
Leida Coleman, classmates at
the Starke Woman's Club honoring Norman, president in the chair.

., I'.r_"'--.1-........ _. Robtj -- -_, -- .._ their son, Lex. Jr. g'- .* ,_ Mrs. C. H. N worthy. chair- Brenau are visiting here with
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Sandra Jones for a few days.
Guests were received in the : ; man of Fine Arts, and Mrs. J.

Adele Scholl, Fiance Visitor Honored'With foyer which was beautifully de A. Griffin, co-chairman, will Mrs. SheUie Hall and Mrs. L.

I corated. On the mantel > S. Hutto had as holiday guestsMr.
Honored At LuncheonMiss was have charge of the program.
Lovely TeaThe i small Christmas tree made en-: Hostesses for the afternoonwill and Mrs. Roger Dykes and

Adele Scholl and her Walnut home tirely t of pink! roses and satin be Mrs. Carl }Mathews I children of Elmira New York.
St. of Mr. Max Milton and
fiance, Edwin Morton Coates and Mrs. K. G Duncan was the leaves, from which miniature I chairman. Mrs. Orie Wiggins, Mr.Mrs. and Mildred Mrs. of Ports-
Tompkins
I flower lights twinkled. Flankingthis Mrs. R. P. McLendon. Mrs. Edna I
Quimby nIl were complimentedlast setting :Monday afternoon from mouth and Ir.
New-Hampshire
,
arrangement were tall pink Hart. Mrs. George Huggins, Mrs.
Friday with a luncheon four until 'five-thirty 'o'clock for / I and Mrs. Bradford Locke and
tapers on which were tied pink DeWitt Sinclair Mrs. H C.
party given in the Kingsley-Lake a beautiful tea given_ by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto and<
home of Mrs. T. H. Slade. fcnhean bells. -. Bollinger, Mrs. Robert Shaller
her
complimenting ., of Jacksonville.
i all
U';( family,
; I The club room was lovely with and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.
Hosts for this affair
lovely daughter-in-law Mrs. K. T. Dun- .
its: decorations of the Christina Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of
were Mr. and Mrs. Slade *nd Mr. can of West ,Point Ga. //4.
And Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Col. The festive hohday theme was & I season. A huge Christmas tree L New Year's Eve St. Augustine are here for NewYear's
I in the center of the stage with her daughter, Mrs.
and Mrs. T. Tf Long. Mrs. Clyde carried out in the party de was Dance Held In USO
the focal and either Tyler: Jones.Mr. .
point, on
Sinclair and Miss Madge Mid- corations. Placed to advantage '* -
rl qL side of the tree was a huge high The New Year's Eve dance, and Mrs. W. R. Waltersand
dleton assisted the hosts in''en throughout the lower floor were
tertaining. formal arrangements of Christ- fidelity speaker system which :i sponsored by the Starke Busi- ,daughter, Clair, of Reids-

Luncheon was served buffet mas decorations and lighted provided music for listening and ness and Professional Woman's ville, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. C.

style from the ,linen and lace- Christmas candles. dancing.The :, I Club was held In the USO building H. Walters and Mr. and Mrs. R.
were"seated at O. Walters and daughter, Marl.
guests a Tuesday night, with music
covered table which was centered ,
with an artistic arrangement of The background line for the receiving U-shaped table around the entire t. furnished- by Larry Gibson's or- delle of Jacksonville, Mr. ana

pink gladioli while chrysanthe. was a Christmasscene .. room. Red and green cloths covered Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Oakes chestra.At L. R. Tenly of Gainesville, and
arranged on the mantel the tables and and Mrs, Randall Chitty of
mums, and dainty tulle spikes. The tea table was overlaid arrangements announce the engagement of midnight, amusing hats and Mr. of
Place cards in rosebud china of silvered magnolia their daughter, Bobbie Jean to noisemakers were distributed to Starke were guests undar-
with handsome cutwork
a cloth leaves from which graceful red :Mr. and Mrs. _Edmund :Tenleir.
holders marked the places for Ronny Patray son of Mrs. Nora the guests. A huge bag suspended
and
centered
with a giant lighted Callahanwas
I and tapers burned added Mrs. Aggie Jones of ,
the guests at individual tables. white Christmas green Patray of Starke. from the ceiling was opened I '
candle weekend with
surrounded soft light. The central table was and balloons floated through the here,< for the
The honor guests were present with Chistmas balls and The bride-elect graduated from

a gift in silver from their pods of grapes. A wide red satin I beautiful with a large arrange- Bradford ,High School last June, crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones.
ment of Christmas holly and SeVeral out 'of town people attended -
hosts. and has been ,
ribbon attending Florida
ran the entire length of
silver Christmas bells
I : supporting this gala occasion.
Those Invited to ,be with the the table. Presiding at the silver it. ;; a huge red satin wreath. Silver State University in Tallahassee.Mr. Pleads InnocentJean ;

engaged couple and the hosts on coffee service was :Mrs. Daisy. candelabra on each side completed Patray also graduatedfrom Car OverturnsA

this occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Perryman. I The First Methodist Church was 'cattelaya orchid the arrangement. Bradford High School, in Parker Negress, pleaded..

.C.. L. Scholl, -- parents- of- the. Assisting Mrs. Duncan in the setting for an imnressive. I r. .. nHn_ corsage.Following TD Unld. During the evening, Christmascarols 1954. joined the U._ S. Air Force II car driven by Jacob P. Roberts I innocent to charges of aggravated'
Dnae-eieci. Mrs. Frances uoctceQuimby and an.p.'vu a 5 UC1 -- ---- ---- overturned Sunday
serving entertaining' herguests was Judge T. A.
and
were dancing
ceremony on Saturday, December sung In June of the assault before County
mother of the bride. the ceremony, Mr. same year, and
were Mrs. A. Z. Adkins enjoyed. Turkey sandwiches, when it skidded on a graded
28 when Miss Adele Monday.
Yawn .
groom elect. members of the Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. J. E.' and Mrs. Scholl entertained with traditional wassail and was discharged on December 6, road ,near the ,hospital ,east of "
Scholl, daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. eggnogIce accused ot as-
\\a
wedding party and out of town Wilson Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Mrs. a reception in the Starke Woman's cream were served by attending 1857. Starke, Deputy Sheriff Riley The woman "

fuests. W.: B. Sewell. :Mrs. M. F. Brown.) Cornelius L. Scholl, became the Club. The club building was waitresses during the eve. The wedding will be solemn- Sweat said this week. saulting Eliza Lewisanother

!'Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Clyde bride of Edwin Morton Coates beautifully decorated for this occasion ning. ized on August 30 at the Madison Roberts was not seriously in. II Negro woman, with a rifle in fc

Bob Smith, Dave Long Sinclair, Mrs., E. L. Matthews. Quimby III son of Mrs. Frances with chrysanthemums, Assisting in entertaining were Street Baptist Church. jured in the mishap Sweat said, dispute over _a boy friend.
Cocke '
Suffolk, Va. and
Host Yule DanceBob ;. Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. T. H. I Quimby cushion mums gladioli, English Mrs. G. J. McGriff. Mrs. L. H
Mr, Edwin Morton Coates Quim-
Slade, and Mrs. Fred Guy of stock and greenery. Jennings, and Mrs. Mack Mc '
by Jr. of Virginia Beach Va. The
Smith and Dave Long Gainesville. i The bride's table was overlaid Griff. I
Rev. Donald F. Kokomoor officiated -!
were hosts at' an informal danceat Invited to call between the with an imported cutwork cloth Out of town guests include
at the five o'clock ceremony. I
the home of the former last appointed hours were 5fl friendsof with insets of Point de Venice, Miss Norma Canova Mr. and l
Lighted white tapers in Cathedral THE WINNER :
Friday night from 7:30 until 11 the hostess. lace and was centered with a tiered Mrs. J. Fred Harris, Mrs. Y. A ANNOUNCING
candelabra cast a soft glow
o'clock. wedding cake embossed in brid- Harris. Miss Mary Lou and Yan:
artistic of
arrangements
The Smith home was beautifully over al flowers and flanked by lighted cey Kate Harris. all of''Gainesville

decorated with the Christ Bridal Pair HonoredAt gladioli, ,giant chrysanthemus. white tapers in silver candelabra. Norwood Gay, Ray Marks

mas motif for this deightfHi oc- cushion mums, carnations, and Sprays of small chrysanthemums Woody Woods. Miss 'Debbie Kim-

casion. A gaily decorated Christ- Rehearsal Dinner. English stock against a background -!' centered with rhinestones and ball, Billy Peaks, Miss Susar FREE TRIP FOR TWO
and ether green--
mas tree highlighted the setting. Mrs. Frances Cocke Quimbywas of palms bows of bride's illusion and'white Stedaman. and Mike Keller of

The hosts were assisted in en- hostess at a dinner party ery. satin ribbon decorated the candelabra Jacksonville', Mrs. Charles ,-

tertaining by their parents, Mr. honoring her son, Edward Morton As the gnests assembled, Mrs. and the four corners of the Stephenson of Sebastain, and Paul -

and Mrs. J. -M.' smith and, Col. Lloyd J. Green, organist, offereda table. Knight of Coral Gables.
Coates Quimby HI. and his
and Mrs. program wedding music with .
T. T. -
Long. financee. Miss Adee Scholl folloWing Pouring coffee during the eve
Mara Payne soloist.
During the evening the 30 their wedding rehearsal Miss Serving as best as man for, the ning was Mrs. E. M. Lowell, Thomas McClane TO MIAMI BEACH
: I people danced to "hi-fi
young_u.._ Friday evening. bridegroom was Robert Rau of grandmother of the bride. Balancing To W. ".rl Miami. Girl ..
music. The Garden Restaurant was Pleasantville- N. J. Ushers were the silver service on her table -- ------- --- w if --- -- -- :--

the setting _for ,this lovely affairA Robert Lawton, of St. Petersburg was a five-branched candelabra Of interest to friends here is
bridal motif used in decorating '
was 'and John' Kopelousos of Starke. centered with an epergnette which I the announcement of the engagement -

Ij and an arrangement of The bride, given "in marriage by held arrangements of chrysanthe- t of Miss Hope Baskette

pIflj pink gladioli' and white mums iran her father .wore a floor length mums.Assisting'. I bavis, daughter of Rev. and Mre

! antique silver bowl ,centeredthe gown of Candlelight Dupioni silk at the reception were Jack A. Davis of :Miami, to
.table. The floral piece war
taffeta, fashioned with a portrait Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. William I Thomas Kindred McClane of
flanked by lighted white taperrIn I
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neckline traced with reembroider Lipscomb of Suffolk, Va. :Mrs. P., Gainesville.
silver candelabra \
tl..2. SUN. MON. TUES. Alencon lace, fitted long J. Quattlebaum Mrs.J.- W. Miss Davis", attended Wesleyan ..

January 5, 6, 7 During: the evening MissScholl sleeve bodice and skirt of cascad- caid, Mrs.-T). 11. Slade, l.rrs Kin-I' College and will receive '"her < 1

DOUBLE FEATURE and Mr. Quimby presented ing ruffles. Her veil of candle- B. Mundy and Mrs. E._L.,_Mat- bachelor's degree in special education -
of
gifts remembrance to their !
!
at Florida State University
Portland Expose attendants. light illusion was held by a silk thews. Passing sandwiches were -
I in" June. Jjhe is a member of
taffeta plateau headdress, re-em- Misses ,Sandra Johns, Jane Rich-I'
With Edward Binns au honorees broidered with Alencon lace and< arde and Elizabeth Pugh of Hat- ,
Craig the ,hostessand werr Mr McClane is the "son Of Mr.:
I
seed pearls.She carried a case 'tis burg, Pa. \\1
AND Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Scholl, pa- !and Mrs. T. K. McClane fcf Gainesville -
rents of the bride-elect memo cade arrangement of white orchids Punch was served by :Miss Joy former' residents of: :

NEW ORLEANS bers of 'the wedding party and ,- English stock and white Marsh of Jacksonville.The Starke. He is a 'graduate of the I

'UXCKXSORED'- out-of-town guests. violets. bride's book was kept by 'University of Florida, where he

With ArthurFranz and Beverly The honor attendants were 1 Miss Nancy DuPre and Miss Carol 'is continuing the study of medi.
Misses Joan and Joyce Scholl,! Their
Garland Barber of Daytona Beach.
SINGING CO 'E 'cine. Heis a member of Kappp
Phis Color Cartoon 'TIOS'I I twin sisters of the bride. They table held a low silver candelabra 'Alpha fraternity.A .
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The Bradford-Union Singing' wore ballerina gO"Ds'of forest with lighted white tap ri.- A pod summer wedding is plannedMr. .

Wed., Thars.- Jan. 8. 9 Convention will meet at 2'p. m. green nylon sheer- fashioned witha of white grapes tied with a white

DOUBLE FEATURE Sunday at the Lake Butler :-deep V neckline draped -empire satin ribbon bow was attached to

I've1 Lived BeforeWith Methodist Church. Everyone i? bodice accented by'a_ matching the candle holder. : :

invited to attend. velveteen midriff and permanently During the evening Mr. and ,
Jodt'Mal mPy, Leigh Snow- pleated skirt. They wore Mrs. Quimby left on a wedding *

den and Ana Harding velveteen halos with '
matching trip to' Sea Island, GeorgfeUpon I

,ANDANASTASIA seed.pearls and circular eyeveilsand their return they will be at' homea

You Can Make Deposits carried French cascade bouquets 1721 Grandin Road, Roanoke, -

With. LN'GRID BERGMANPlus 24 IIQURS A DAY AND of white chrysanthemumsand Va.The and :Mrs. Ernest W/ Allen
Color! Cartoon for Children white satin leaves. bride graduated from Brad- announce the arrival of a daughter Mrs. E. J. Manni, Route 2, Box: 46-C, is pictured above (at right) ,after
'SEVEN DAY A WEEK ,Mrs. Scholl's gown was of lovely ford High School and the University -
FrLSaLJan.; blue lace with silk chiffon jacket of Florida in Gainesville. Peggy Sue, en Dec. 22 in winning the All.Expenses Paid Trip (for two). given away by Slade Gas
10,11 St. Luke's Hospital,, in Jacksonville -
By poised over matching taffeta where she received her BAE' de
DOUBLE FEATURE Co. on December 24. Pictured with Mrs. Manni are her husband and
and made on sheath lines. She gree. She is a member of Z ta

Son of Belle"Starr Using The Day and Night wore a matching jeweled hat and Tau Alpha social 'sorority. At -
Mr, and ,Mrs. Joe Jordan announce children, John and Nancy. Standing in rear are (left to right) Mr. La-
With Keith, Larsen Dona Drake her corsage was of phaleanopsis present she is teaching art at Jef-
Depository at the the arrival of a daughter
And orchids. ferson High School in Roanoke. Sandra' Lynne on l Friday Mee, salesman Mrs. T. II. Slade and ,Mr. Slade, donors of the trip.

COMMUNITY STATE Mrs. Quimby chose a pink silk The bridegroom ,served -in the
Bela ( Dec. 27, in the Alachua General
Lugosi Meets A BANK OF STARKE chiffon model with draped bodice,' U. S. Marine corps and is presently Hospital.

Brooklyn Gorilla ASK ABOUT IT elbow length sleeves and circular studying architecture -at Vir- -

skirt. With this outfit she worea Polytechnic Institute in
ginia ,
Plus Serial Chapter No. 7 and AIr. and Mrs. ,Gene Norman
MEMBER OP .'.:lUm\L DEPOSIT matching sequin calot and a Blacksburg Virginia. '
Color Cartoon For Kids announce, the birth. of a daughter

I%S. COHPOK.\TIO\ I 30 EntertainedAt -Mundy'Honored Vincent's, :Debra Hospital Lpuise, Dec.Jacksonville 21 in St. Due Clerical. Work-Involved it was /Impossible ] /-


rr- ;-w'-U.'k .'- Informal Tea At Hamburger FryMiss Mrs. Norman is the former Ma.
Announce Winners of Other Prizes
to
mie Louise Henry ef Starke.- ,
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_:'Misses Shi Anne Smith and Jean Mundy,a student at

: t;, Mary Agnes Matthews were Bessie Tift College in Forsyth, Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Henderson on Dec. 24th. These, Additional
: hostesses I is the Christ arrival /
]:\\ Tuesday afternoon Ga., who spending announce the of a son on
\4 { from four until five o'clock- when mas' and New Year's holidayF Tuesday, Dec. 31,-in the Alachua I '

( TO MY FRIENDS they entertained at an informaltea here with her mother,. ,Mrs. W. General Hospital. Winnerswill be Announced -

,4, w, at the, home of the latter on B. Mundy, was the honored guest \ -- .
AND Adkins St. Monday night when Miss Judy Mr. and Mrs. ,Luther Griffithof *-
I in J958
9$1 The Matthews' home was decorated Dankel entertained at her Starke announce the arrivalof .e .; Early .. :, "

S : THE GENERAL PUBLIC in the Christmas motif, home on Madison St. at a ham- a daughter Faith Ann. Dec. .

i : for this affair. burger fry. 24, in, Bradford County Hospital. -, .'', =

'e t overlaid r The guests arrived at 7:3C .
t I have purchased Howard'sDrug The tea table was I
and began frying hamburgers on Mr. and Mrs. Forest Norman
with a cutwork cloth and centered -: S
an outdoor'grill. of Dinsmore announce the birth
and Prescription with a footed bowl holding
of About 20 young people were of a: son on Dec. 24 in Bradford
an arrangement Christmas'
Shop at 220 N. Temple balls. The' center piece was present to enjoy the 'evening with County Hospital.Mr. : "Veappreciate wonderful response? on the partof: the
Miss and her hostess.
flanked with low silver holders Mundy : .

Avenue, and assumed management with lighted red tapers. Pouringtea Methodist Circles and Mrs. William Brownof public to our contest, ,and. wish to congratulate! the .win-
Waldo
announce the arrivalof
: during the afternoon were .
of this business
L Mrs. W. E. Middleton and :Mrs. oJ their' ,son Robert WilliamDec. friends
Also at this time wish to extend to our
F;j S. Smith. Circle 1 of the First Methodist 24, in Bradford County ners. we ,. '
-.-- --. on Tuesday, December 31. I JVSCS will .meet Tuesday, Jan. Hospital.Mr. i ,

I Assisting the hostesses were ?, at 10 a. ri. in the fellowshiphall and customers, our very best wishes ,for a -

I am happy to 'be back in Starke where I was Miss Madge Middleton. Anne and :for a'business and" program : and Mrs. Anthony John-
and
Betsy Matthews Mrs. E. L
meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs.H. son of Starke announce the ar- PROSPEROUS. AND HAPPY. 1958PACEm

born and reared, and will be pleased to welcomeold Matthews. C. Ritch, Mrs. Alice 'Anderson, 'rival of a daughter Alma Jean: .

I About 30 guests were invited and Mrs. C. L.' ScholL I Dec. 25, in Bradford County'

friends, as well as to make new friends and I .enjoy the party. Circle .2' will meet Monday. Hospital, -

Jan. 6 at -3 p. m. at the home of I .

acquaintances., JuniorVornen Mrs. J. ,H Fields with Mrs. Eula Mr. and Mrs.-Charles Craw- -

Wigham as co-hostess., ford, Sr., Starke, announce the
LET- US FILL- YOUR NEXT I" PRESCRIPTION- 'The Junior Woman's' Club will Circle 3, will also meet Mon arrival of a son'onDec. 29 in Siad Gas .

meet Monday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.. m. day, Jan. 6, at 3 p. nu:. at the Bradford County'Hospital ;

in the club house. Hostesses for home of Mrs P. M. Barefoot -- ..-:0::

FL Yi'S' DRUG :'ST RE the evening will be Mrs: JamesL. Circle 3 will meet in the church NOTICE : .
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Chitty, chairman, Mrs.Jimmy recreation building on Monday T wilt not -responsible for

McRae, Mrs. Joseph E. Gray. afternoon at 3 o'clock with- Mrs any debts contracted by anyone
220 N. Phone
Temple Ave. 79
Mrs. Don Patray. :!Mrs. H. E P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. L. J. other than myself. W. M

Hardy, and Mrs. R. B. Cauffman. Green as co-hostesses. .(Mitch)) Edwards. 2T-1J10 :



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._I-_ .11' Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gibsor Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Adkins of iVyyyyyyyfyyyyyyyyyy.' TJncle Bud" and Clyde Prdgett, visited his aunt Mrs. Tronic Couplings Iloi'ker-Lair' Tvjii. Xalii'ii ..
4 b; m.b: d Tn-.i' U.diii-r; : to .
,t'I held open house Thursday for'-a Bainbridge: Ga. spent last weekend who were bo.h In the hospital in Moody test Sunday and Tuesday.Mr. i fuinish fcauti'lo lIt'ld' .an :''ami. .>

few Intimate friends with their daughter Mrs. J. CLAY HILL Tampa, say they are improvingand and Mrs. U. S. Rhoden of I Price F.O.B. Starke Florida.

''I Mrs. W-H. Hart and daughter, C. Hobbs. expect to be home in a few Jacksonville were weekend The said City rt'8l'rns the Tight
to
accept or reject any or alf'bids.
Kay spent Jasf. weekend -in. Bax- .. i of Mr. and 1rs.Tr y
Miss' Ann Sherrol Watkins of Mrs. J. I.. rick1udaLAAAAA1AAA1AAA days.We! guests CITY OP STARKK, FIX>nif>A,
by
ley, Ga. with the Elmore Stuarts. Forsyth. Ga. is the guest this enjoyed Christmas service Dukes. By Carl Johns, City Clerk.lJ .

cii II IIII Mrs. Laura Mosey had as week of Miss Jean Mundy. Miss: : iiaa at ,Long,Branch church! yery Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Crews ;t lilt

; c scw Christmasday guests her children Mundy and Miss Watkins are Mrs.Ward Lane much. We had an old' fashioned and children of FL Worth, Texas C\LL ..'UR BIO
We
Mrs.. C. W 'Johnson -ot Bessie Tift. CollegeTh were glad experience meeting' special. sing' have; been home with Botbie'r December 30. 1957.

...... ... p p -p__ _.___.p ;} Rome, Ga. .Joe Mosley of Jack- tudents bung at girls spent Mondayin was.alJle: after jtowbe her.with i few us i.Rfh in hsetices ing some, by the. young folks and: mother.. Mrs. Murlie Crews, for the Sealed City Council Elds will of be the received City. by of

sonville, and Mrs. C. M. Phillips J Ocata with ,their .mutual days' different interesting messagesWe the' past lwo weeks: Bobbie' isstudying :StarXe:: at the City Hall in Stark.
Marcus brown left this week ,Mr. and Mrs. W. H. NoHman ef FU : the hospital. ir Florida, until 7:00 o'clock "*.M on
Myers. for the
I friend Miss Bobbie Bagley. .also! ,all got our, pictures taken ministry
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for the University of Miami spent last in Jacksonville f D. B. Clarence, Gene Tue.-day January: :21\ A.D., 1S58.! ,at
Saturday Mrs. N., O. Wynn is visitingher 1 Mr. and Mrs.,;E. L.. Middletonand Jimmy several times during the Texas and brought messages which time and place all bids received -
where he "is studying medicine< ; where they met' Mr Noll- sister Mrs. /Elmore Stuart and ,Annette Lang of Tampaspent evening. -Johnstown, Pine Level, andLong will be publiclv opened and
He- pent the holidays with his man's sistet Mrs: W. Q. Dowling of Mel- th holiday read aloud, on the following:
Mrs W. R. Bren- %iBaxleyCa. .. .Christmas\ Our C1 ristmasprogram at Clay :Bridge churches. Those
mother t bourne and Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. 7500 to 10,040 lb!!. wf Chlorine la
Mrs. M. F. Brown.Mr.
!
han, wha'arrived by home folks at Hill and
Clay
plane from with him missed
.
, Mr. and ,Mrs. Paul Shupe of Budd Jr. .and children of Jack- : Hill was also very interestingand who nlis9 d hearing 150-lb. Cylinders, I! Months Supply .
and :Mrs. W. J. Hall of Missoula, MoHtanna' to spend the MaxvWe., wonderful messages. Delivered to Starve. Florida.
Eau Gallic were guests during sonville" and Mr. and Mrs. E. ,L. al1' seemed to enjoy the some
Miami, Sister Mary Williams holidays with1relatives..' Mr. and John, and Betty Brumbelow of The said ,City reserves the rightto
the Christmas holidays ofMrs.. Matthews and family ,were din- short service we had. All of ou I accept or reject any or all bid,.
and Sister St. Matthews of St Mrs. -Noll man and Mrs. Brennan Jacksonville spent last weekend "
Shupe's parents, ,Mr and .Mrs. ner guests Sunday of Dr. and folks. on. the. ,program did wel'. I .\PPK1R CITY OF $T.RKIFURLD.\
Josephs Academy. Loretta Fla., spent'' Saturday toight in "Jack with Mom and Dad ,Strickland at! :OTICR.: TO '.. By: Carl Johns, City Clerk.
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t. F. Demorest. I Mrs.- W.. E Middleton and MissMadge' and w'e,wish to compliment themor IB rirrutt ( .t. RrMfr4 ( .t"
were dinner'guests of Mr. and sonville with Mr., and Mrs. C. H Clay Hill. ,John was sufferingwith work did' and the Florida I. rfcan.cerf. l3t' 1/17 .
the
Miss Ann Beam of and Middleton. they on
Mrs. E. L. Cox on Saturday. Dawkins. Mrs. Brenna also visited Tampa an abcessed .tooth, .sO. war Nathaniel Donald Knight Sr,
Mrs. Lorraine Dodres and, son, Mrs. J.- G. Millican of Palatka good ,behaviour of the evening.. !"riHhUtff. vs. U>ui",e B. Knight. Defendant. -
Roddy Struth left for Young llr and Mrs; W. B. Boyd and unable to attend church with us. Case No. 1I-46I
the ,
of
Knight, pastor
Dickie of Percy
Jacksonville Christmas holidayshere
,
were spent the IGASTOONSIBy
Harris College in Young Harris family in''Sf:: Petersburg 'before We areglad Barney .Thomas is I ,.$1rp Tit Appear
returning home. Christmas holiday guests of their as pie ,guest of Mr. and able to te in church services EJJison Avenue church in Jacksonville -! Tc,: Louise 15. Knight. whose residence .
after "
Thursday
Ga. morning parents the C. E. Beams. Mrs. A. E. McKinney. Mr. .and ,. preached for us sincewe : and address is: 311 St. Nicholas -
spending ute holidays with his Miss Ginger Thornton had again. It seems it has. taken hima Avenue, New York. New York.I
a? -
Miss Kay Hart had as guests Airs. ,Roy- Reddish .of Webster sent in our news last.V' !I notified that "i -
from the Yon are hereby
time I
long to recover
parents, Mrl: and- Mrs. Merrill a guest last Friday and Saturday the latter part of last, week were .also guests.1>f Mr. and Mrs. also had a new preacher, Ward I suit for divorce has been filed'
flu he continues to
,
but we hope
Struth. Wilbur Brewton In the above named GIB BROWN
of Jackson asalnst
you
:Misses Barbara Yoder and Weta McKinney during the holidays Improve in health. Lane preach Sunday eveningDec. Court and cause and ru are required -
Duke Bishop of Grundy, Va ville. ,of Lau- 22. 'This was his first efforts of answer -
Manning, Larry Manning, and Mrs. Maggie Mandy to serve a copy your
,Mr, and Mrs. W. B. Englandand
and Norwood' 'Gay and Ray Mrs. Paul Canova and Paul Daryl Bethea, all: allof..Jacksonville. rens, S.-,'C., and,).Irs. Grace Perkins Florence a preacher and we wish tr or plekdins to the complainton
niece from Attorney
Kay,' ,the Plaintiffs
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Marks of Jacksonville were III Mrs. J. L. Cole and Gary him and bid him GodSpeed
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gnann.and and Eddie RoBbins.of Jack- with encourage Alan C. Winter Jr.. 319 Florida

guests during' the holidays of'Mr. spent Tuesday in Gainesville daughter of New York stopped _nnviU__ .___ were. quests. Friday_ of _"If"Ala..,_L. CLLU.spent.,iI ."..UTi-o....Christmas.. .T" T. .Cti-ir-VlonH.:.....day.,, .......'. 'at-S in his work. He has returned Title:! Building, Jacksonville 2, -
and Mrs." Lex Green. shopping and visiting Mrs. Can- here Saturday night with Mr. ..Mr..and Mrs. W. .B. Mundy and Hill. Dub makes ef. : to Texas to his work in I and Florida file the original in the office
day every
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Moench ova's parents Gnann's aunt .Mrs. Laura Mos- Miss Jean Mundy.. t;he Armed Forces. Rev. Georgr of the. Clerk of tho Circuit Court
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his children '
fort be with especially -
spent 'the' Christmas, holidays in Miss Margaret Rose Duncan leyon their way to visit 'rela- Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Duncan returned to on Christmas day., Prevatt preached for us last\ on 19jS or; before otherwise the :3 the day allegations of February of :l L

Jacksonville. with' Mr. and Mrs left Wednesday for Athens; Ga. tives in Green Cove Springs.Mr. to their home,,in West Mrs. Mabel Parrish from Avon Saturday night. We missed hir I said Complaint will be taken as

Roy L:: Wingate,. parents-6'Y Jfrfs where she' will resume her studies ., and Mrs. Alvin Gay and Point, Ga. Tuesday after spending family as one of the children was 'confessed by you.
Park spent Sunday, with her parents This notice shall be publishedonce Jl.
Moench.TEATRE. at the University of' GL, family 'ot Jacksonville were the Christmas hoidays .here sick and Mrs. Prevatt and the each week for four consecutive
the Erai: Langs.,
after the Christina' children could be with weeks In the Bradford County Tele 4-7 .
spending weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. as guests of Air. Duncan's parents Mrs. Ruth, Cortjert and family I not us. graph.
holiday vacation with her Mrs. K. G. Dun- bur sing is to be Jan. 11. 7
parents E. Thornton. -Mr. and : from North Carolina spent p. rated this 27 day of December,

Mr. and Mrs: 1C G. Dun- Mr, and Mrs. E. P. Renner, can.Mr. Christmas with Ruth's mother, m. All are invited to attend. 1557.iOi"Flf'IAL. SlAT) Mil right so the beCk wias

ILORI 0 A can.Brian fotmerly off Gainesville, have and Mrs. Luther Addisonof Mrs-,Ernie )Padgett.*, ,.. Charles A. Darby, WORTHLESS so was that
Kucera of Christmas YVYTYTY.vvvvvyyyYYYTY.W.'tONG Clerk of the Circuit Court
Tampa spent ,Jacksonville were.
moved to Starke and are making .The,- children! ., of Mr. and Mrs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk cut rate gas you sold met":
Friday and Saturday as the their home "with'' Mrs. Renner's day. visitors,Mr% and Mrs.: C. E. Brqoksie .Mosley .spent Christmas BRIDGEAND 1/3 4t I/:!t .

guest of Jerome Edwards.Mr. mother, Mrs. A. F.. Sauls. Mr. Beam and Mr. and Mrs.. E. E. day with .B -ooksi and Rpsie We offer only the best product:*

and Mrs. Lyle Anderson of Renner Who is district manager Thornton. .. This:"is, .ti e,first lime all of them NEW RIVER I CALL FOR BIDSDecember'" and service at REASON
Charleston S. C. are' spending Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mr. and 30, 195'
flf Independent Life InsuranceCo. 1 have, been together: for,sometime, Sealed bids will be received by ABLE PRICES!
.. the weekend with his mother .. will continue' to have his 'office -\ Mrs. E. P. Renner spent last as,',aji axe scattered to .different MLLA.SappUA&AAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA&I the City Council.. of.. the. }.ty.of
Mrs. Alice Anderson. Their, new ,week' in 'Norfolk, Va. as guestsof I Stark at the city Hall in stance, BROWN
Renner get
Gainesville. Mrs. and
SAT., JAN. 4 ONLY in places ,working canno GIB
P.M.
Florida, until 7.00 o'clock on
address is No. 5 Ludwell St.. mother Mrs.J.. -
Mr. Renner's ,
will te superintendent Of the leave. toC9mehqme at the same Tuesday, January :21, -A.D., 1953, 'at
,BIG, DOUBLE FEATURE Charleston, S. C. tarke office. T. Branch, and Mr. Branch. Um' ,' The Revival started at Long which time and place all bids received SERVICE STATION
Mrs. C. C. Stanton and Mis? Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Ritch had Bridge last Sunday and was well will be publicly opened and
and
Minnielee Parmalee
Mfg. T. 'D. Dyal spent the sons read aloud, on the following: Standard Oil Products
liAmi Nettle Stanton Palatka spent as' guests Sunday 'of last week attended Everyone is invited to
Christmas holidays in Gainesville o(, Jacksonville. visited Dad and 800 ft. more or less of 2in.
'TOUCH Thursday with Mrs. Ada Alex Mr.and Mrs. E. F. Ritch of! Mom St ick and. for a shbr come and bring someone with Cotton Rubber Lined KireHose. 407 N. Temple Aje.
with her son-in-law'and daugh- ,,
and r. Gastonia, 'N. C., and -Mr. and while Sunday afternoon. Cuyle you. The'meeting will continue 400-lb. Burst Test. All Brass .,
ter, Mr. and Mrs: Roy McDavid. S
Stanley ,Clark is home for the Butch' Smith ,will leave this Mr.and Mrs. R.. P. Cuisinger Wilkinson spent a few minutes through this' week with Jack.

I holidays with his parents, Mr.: weekend'for' Douglas Ga.', wherehe and two daughters left for their with the Stricklanda Sunday Seimer as the speaker. The Joneses'propettvinsurance
and Mrs. I.E. Clark. Stanley will enter South' Georgia College home in New Orleans last Sat- evening. Eddie Mullen and daughter, ,

Guy stationed at Ft.- Hood Texas' .' urday after. spending the holidays 'Mr._ and Mrs. Lee Kenneth of and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Davisof

where he is in the Army Signal) Miss Lynda Chapman Is spend- with Mrs.! Guisinger's parents Jacksonville' visited with Ella ., Andalusia, Ala. were supper

Corp 'and is a' Specialist-! ing a- few days in Atlanta, Ga. -Mr.- and .Mrs. W. B: Carter. -and family Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert

with Miss Rose Mary' Bennett. SewelL Mrs. Willie Padgett's sister ,:Moody last Saturday night. The ,::

class.Mrs.. J. M. Mitchell had! as Mrs. S. F:: RitCh of Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 1... J. Green and who lives'Tn'Miami' visited Shirley Mullens' were enroute to Orlandofor didnritfeep up'iitK t. :' ,.
I son, Arehie, and Mr. and .Mrs., p. and a visit with Mr. and Mrs '
guests this week Mrs. G. WLamar I other relatives in Max-
of and Mrs? Adolph Gay and .M. Barefoot spent Christmas day J.oe: Leslie Forsythe. the Jone' ::.::.::.:..::.::.:...,_,...:..::.:. .:;}.ifi..............,...,. },
and son. Phillip, Quincy daughter, Geraldme, returned yillelast. Sunday. I S ."..........,..................N-.....,.w..v.Yo': '' .:.".....""""9
4'THE1Hi'W from in Keystone Heights vith UK | Betty Carter ,has spent a few Mrs., Jessie Lazenby of Home; mile
Port'Arthur exarwhere i
Sunday ;
,Greens', son-in-law and daughter days in Jacksonville with Roma stead is visiting her mother, Mrs. The Joneses property grew in value every year as they
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and
they spent the Christmas home. Then sad ;
fine one
Mr.' and Mrs. Richard Cunningham. LonJax Rhoda Dowling, for a few, days improvements and additions to their .
returning home to ClayHill
the of the
daughter spent first holidays with relatives" thhouse. And they found their insurance
fire
Mr. and Mrs. Fonie Crews and day, destroyed
week with Mrs. G. C. Livingstonin Mr.: and "Mrs. J. E. Hildebran Sunday ,and Roma coming wasn't nearly enough to replace everything they'd lost-especially
Mr and Mrs. James Drier and children Mrs. Lazenby, and Mrs.
Tampa. From there they went spent last Thursday with'Mr. and $ome, with Betty.: at today's higher costs. Be sure you're protected with ,
to Ft. Myers to visit Mr. Crews' Mrs. Morris" Foster and familyin son left for. Toledo, Ohio. Satur- J. :r.".Padgett and family and Dowling were Christmas dinner enough insurance See us for a property insurance'check.up.I'

father, Thomas Crews. ,Jacksonville.- .day morning after spending ,the Denver 'and; Kenneth Crews guests of the Joe Dowlings in

VAlERIE FRENCH TECHNICOLOr:' holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J, L. brothers of J/ T.'s wife ;Nugie, High Springs.
lORllf:GIIWiE Jan Mundorff left for Ogle- Paul 'Knight has returned to ,
thorpe University Wednesdayafter Miami after spending Christmas Cole.Bobby all.of rLawtey, spent Sunday ,with Mrs. Ella Moody and son visited HAROLD C. WALL' AGENCY"INSURANCE
Williams of the Univer- the' Yougan Plflg tt.s. Mr. and Mrs. George Werrein
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AND spending the holidays with with his mother, Mrs.: D.E : !
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E Knight. sity of Georgia has been spending "Toady" Griffis, of Jackson- Columbus, Ga. last weekend. SPECIALISTS"

Mundorff.Mr. Mrs., J. 'F. Rogers and Mrs the holidays -with his pa.. ville, and Sonny Boy Griffis, of Dolph Conner of Ft. Pierce 200 E. Call Street Phone 14$

w11i. and Mrs. R. G. Davis of Walter Rogers of, Jacksonville rents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Wil Maxville spent Christmas with spent Thursday night and Friday Night, : Call Harry Rabb, 536-J

i owa-are vwiting. Mc..., and Mrs spent Christina;, vrith.'.",MfflAJaad. liams. the, ,Ernie Padgetts.We with the E. A. Sapps. Starke, Florida :

G.'L. Patten 'for a few days. Mrs. Merritt William Edison. Cunningham of. Key-in ,are, glad/that! reports from_ C. A..Johns Jr. 'of High Springs i I..,
stone, Heights is a patient
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sieffer- ;
Bradford County Hospital. ,
'until' and Mrs. Claire"'Sieffermar
family spent 'Thursday man
1 Jimmy ,L. Cole, and Balls McKinney -
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave spent Christmas Eve" with Mr ..
went to, .Atlanta .Ga.
Paulk and family. They all attended and Mrs. :Merritt ,Williams :an Saturday to Mr. Cole'sniece
carry
the football game in ton ,Chrismas Day :accompaniedMr. : Barksdale'annual
Inez Cole, who has visited,
Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum : .
here for the past .six months. .
and Mrs. Lester Hardm Miss Idell Landrum, end Miss \ N"7"t '--' '''''-' .. ..
Mr. and Mrs. W. H.. JCollman ,, ", ;. I ... #- ...........
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and Mrs. Babe Harding and Frances Landrom'to Brook villf'
will entertain the Executive
children of Crete, HI.! were holiday where they visited until Friday ,Q.TTANDINq(
[ Board of the Bradford Chapter
visitors of 'Mr. and Mrs 'Mrs. JeanetU Kincaid is Polio Foundation on Tuesday. ,: __
Nathan Sanford.Mr. spending a few day with Mr. .
Jan., 7. qs"f !
Plus ;Tom and Jerry in Holly- and Mrs. Beecher Payne and 1>Irs'. 'Cr'C. Hoppe in Tampa. evening : .. -4 ill'

wood Bowl" Cartoon and and family were guests Christmas 'Mr. and Mrs. ,Charles! Knight .

."Cbaper\ No. 3 Serial. day of Mr.: ; Pa 'ne's brother- ot Gainesville spent Sunday with "VVv.VV.VYVV."VVVVV. ..

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. t>. E. Knight.

SUN., MON., 'T. A. "Daniels, In Lake City. ]'Mr 'and Mrs. 'Owen Vaughrhad G-GRAHAM Ladies'Dresses ____

January 5, 6 Mr. and Mrs: Alta, Ashurst of as guests over the holidays + 4.
Cocoa were guests Saturday and their son-in-law and daughterMr. Bin. J hn McKlnneykL&1AAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAA

Sujaday of Mr. and Mrs. L. O.Hazes. and Mrs. W. V. Green and ,
THE TIN STAR : ,.R Ladies' & Children'sPajamas
their children of Raleigh, N. C. < DRESSES
i Mr. and Mrs. George T. Hug-I I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty an
. Starring Henry. Fonda gins and family spent'last Friday daughter,' Gerry spent ,Christmas ing: relatives in Patterson, Ga. '
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Plus :'Smart As A Fox" Special -- at Jacksonville Beach. While day with their cousins, 'the last weekend. One-Half \ & Gowns

and Midnight Snack Car there Mr. "arid 'Mrs. Huggins attended Milton fit. Peters, in Gainesvilleand Mr.: and ,Mrs John McKinneyhad ,
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.. a tea honoring all the the following day went to as guests during the holidays -
toon. .- f former All American football Miami to spend the long weekend'. ,Mr. and'rs. V. I.. McKinney : Ladies'llOUS COATSORETHIRD REDUCED ONE-THIRD

players attending the Gator"Bowl i with relatives there. of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs.

Tues., Wed. Jan. 7, 8 in ,Jacksonville on Saturday.' I 'Friends of Mrs. R. M.: Lee,. Bill. Martin and children of / .. .i_ t

Hosts! for'the tea were Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. ,J Tampa, Mr. and Mrs., J. D. .McKinney ,PRICEChildren's
Mrs. H. L. Rockwood. Mrs. Hug- Dowling. will be interested to of Lutz, and Mr. and -

'The Ute...The loYes._ gins assisted! in serving at 'the learn that she recently won first )Irs: Bill Underwood ,and Mrs.

party. prize in interior decorating in Louise. Hagan o( Hampton Lake. t.r': House. Coats
I ITbE flUInTUMS OF Mrs. H. L. rownlee had a? the "Parade of Homes" Lake- Robert Cain, and Billy Broughton -

' dinner guests on Christmas Day land. This wa an outstanding ,who are in the Navy at .

GmBh Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Sr. h nor for Mrs. Lee, due to the Great Lakes HI, were home with- i"ONET1IIRD' .I PRICE

of Keystone Heights, Mrs.,J. W fact hat' there were: ,30, .homes their parents for Christmas.L. .. \

Lee of Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. and open for inspection with Interior E. Ratliff had the surprise'

, KtiBwRmIIIm'II Mrs. Jim'.Chaste and family decorators ,from all over the of his ,life last Saturday night Ladies' HATS 1.98 : 4f

Mr. and Mrs: R. O. Dansby and Southeast competing. Mrs. Lee when Mr. Addison ,of Brooker -

IIIm'II son Mickey, spent the holidays is ''studying' interior decoratin knocked on ,his front door and < '" Values 4.95If" 1dItvj

( 'fy {f iE N' lIJ { with' 'relatives In Ozark., Ala. 'at Southern College.in LakelandMr. brought a message that ,his to ti..it

Lois Kaufmann and Sally Ann : and Mrs. J. M. Smith and brother, Lloyd Ratliff of parts !

Epperson were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondsonand I all over the world, was waiting
f11
ym
ss1V' \ Ladies' I
of Nancy Ann Dally lit Jackson bill spent Sunday in the I for L. E. at Stanley's filling sta GLOVES }

ciiitotr: ..tIi Scrub as guests of Mr. and Mrs tion. L. E. went after him and '
ville.Mrs.
. Ii \ CarrieHayes and daugh W. H. Graham. Lloyd'stayed until Sunday night \\4 I
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f 4 ters. Linda and Ruth, of Plant :Miss Babs Lance of Charity ,promising to come again In two : ;

City were holiday visitors of Mr. Hospital in Jfew Orleans, La. weeks. The brothers had notseen r ,

I and Mrs. Nathan Sanford.Mr. spent a few days here during the each other' in 16 years' or ; rat CORDUROY.

Plus "So You Want To Be Aoliceman" and Mrs. J. 'T. Morgan and holidays with her parents, Mr. longer.' *: *s.' *.tt Men's PANTS

? Short and "Let's I children returned Tuesday after and Mrs.. M. W. Lance. I Mrs. Hilliard Broughton ef 'the IVY LEAGUES

Go" Cartoon spending the holidays in North Mr. and Mrs. E. Lawson and Farm Colony at Gainesville 'visited Lt l' Ii

, Carolina.Mr. son, Jimmy, spent Sunday at the Carl' Broughtons last I : DEDUCED, VALUES 'T()' 1.95

and Mrs. Marion Birden Silver Springs. They were joinedby "weekend.

Thur", Fri. Jan. 9,. 10 baugh and children have returned ,their son and daughterinlaw ,' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal spent Men's & Boys' and ONE-FOURTH Now 3.49Long I ISAVE

JBIG DOUBLE FEATURE from a Holiday, visit with relatives ,- Mr.-and Mrs., Jerry Lawson the holidays at home .They have .
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in ,been where Mr. $ 4 '
'Ohio. and 'baby of Orlando.Mr. staying in, Perry,
and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof Dyal is employed.Mr. OneM Price
Youth Tells ns Story in 2 Big Hits! b724(4( ONMEN'S
Lakeland and Bill and John and Mrs. 'John ,Surrency I
# YOUR SAVINGS 4 ;
AREINSURED VEST SWEATERS
Morar --Panama City were New have their granddaughter, Miss '

tiR' i iI 4 AND Tear's,holiday guests of Mr,and .Dewanda McKenzie of Jacksonville JT1'flr; SHIRTS 'and POLO SHIRTS

4 Mrs. H.'A. LawBon.- ; as'gueSt this week. 1' I \ A\\Y\\ .

EARN 3% AT Mr,, and Mrs Guy Dyal of Their son-in-law and. daughter. # Sleeve -I 1.59

Green ,Cove. Springs were guests Mr. and Mrs.: ,Abner Padgett of -----1

I COMMUNITY STATE Christmas afternoon of her parents Haugue" .were SundAy. guests' 'of .1.B

BANK OF STARKE ,. Mrl;, and, Mrs., M L. Law- the Surrencys. AND UPy

l Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frariei _

l1'Star 'CastANDr Savings Deposits Blade Up To son.Mr.. and Mrs. Tommy HardingJr. had as .guests Wednesday last
and baby of Valdosta Ga. week their son Charlie Frazierof
JANUARY !OTII, WILL BEAR were guests during the Christmas Miami, and Mrs.: Frazier'' r

IVTEBEST. FROM JANtJABY ,holidays of. J&eir parents, mother, Mrs. John. O'Hara and,.

1 Young and Dangerous J..1958 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding Sr., Mr. O"Hwa of Starke. I ; BARKSDALESjj
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Mrs. Irene Ratliff visited her


. ... 1S.! 'onpOR.'TIO is the guest this'week of Mm/ Walter RUiftin: Jackson: -: J Ja. ,
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TTT. ..TT..YTT..Y..Y..T.TY..Y and a half ,years and ).{n. Wal- hour will be held. All circle members rtmlynmyy/1Ttt1T17- South Carolina. ground to have the children en- were guests of Rev. and Mrs.

lace has for several years had a are urged to be present for Miss Joyce Whatford of Jack- joy it. If every one will show a Herbert Higdon and famiy Sun-

y KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS portrait studio in Jacksonville. this "get acquainted hour.- The MA.'X'VILLEB1 sonville visited Sunday with Mr. little interest now maybe we day.The

A family Christmas dinner preceded evening of fellowship ,is being and Mrs. Jessie Williamson ,and will soon have a building on it Young People's Class of

.. By Mrs. J. Russell! Young the wedding.H. planned by the program chairman Mr*. 0. B. Nolan too. the Long Branch Baptist Church
Mrs. Myron Frevatt.\ Re- son.Claude Mr. and Mrs. Charles New Year's Eve Watch
................................. . . . ........ D. C. Christmas Party freshments will be served. Everyone .I ............. North has gone back S. Hig- enjoyed a
-" "" Club .A.A. don and of
The Home Demonstration 10 work again for the Winn-Dixie sons Chattanooga, party at the, home of Rev. and
Wallace-FeU Wedding Greenwich, Conn. Mrs. C. H. held its annual Christmas party at is cordially invited to attend, Christmas Program Company in Jacksonville.Mr. Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. H. F. Higdon on New Year's

Of interest to their many Bernreuter of Jacksonville was the Keystone Heights woman's including visitors and! new-comers The annual Christmas play and and Mrs. Ray Pellum and Hixson of Jacksonville Beach Eve.

friends was the marriage on Sun- matron of honor. Club building:,on December 17, beginning to the community" ,, party was held at the Maxville son and Mrs. Louise Eichelserand --- --
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day, Dec.'29, at 4 p.m., of Waddell Guests were" Mrs. Howe Wal- with a covered dish luncheon Keynotes Mr. and' Mrs. Walter. Richards Baptist Church Monday night. son spent Sunday with Mr. I
A. Wallace of Keystone lace of Greenwich, Conn., C. H. I at 12 o'clock. Husbands of Dec. 23. All of the Sunday and Mrs. F. B. Coleman.Mr. Quantity Rights Reserved
have their for the
Heights and Mrs. Edith Scheller Bernreuter Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W.,A.: club members were invited for this holidays had their as son,'guest-Walter Richards School classes from the begin- and :Mrs. Claude Greer !
Wallace Jr., Mrs C H. Bernreuter occasion.. ners through the intermediates had their for Christ-
Fehl of Jacksonville. A lakeside I I as guests ,
Jr., of Chicago, I1LMr.
Following the luncheon Miss took part ,In the play, after
Tresca and Dobe day, Mr. and Mrs.
getting at the Wallace! home on Sr., Tommy [, and, Mrs. L. J. Potter of which mas Avery
I and other grandchil- Buela Hollingsworth of Doctor'sInlet Christmas gifts were Slade and of .
Lake Santa Fe the back- Bernreuter, family Hampton.Mr.
was Augusta Ga. were for the
guests
dren, all of Jacksonville, and Mr. the County Council Chair- given out and.bags of candy and and Mrs. Joe Lucas and
ground for the wedding I week of J.1n$. ), =ula Walker.. fruit to each
ceremony man on Clothing, gave a talk, illustrated I :_ were given one. family and Mrs. Mary Mosley.Mrs. H,
performed by Rev. J. Russell I and Mrs. Kenneth Brooke of At- I with slides, on styles and Mrs. Marx ,Herzog of Coving- Rev. and Mrs. W.' O. Mathis received Slade and children remained -
lantic Beach.Mr'Wallace. ton. Ind. is, the winterin
Young of the, Community Churchof patterns. The new Home Dem- spending a beautiful white chenile for an indefinite stay with
Keystone Heights. retired from busi- onstration Agent, Miss Lora Botts, the ,Leroy Thomas home., bedspread from the church. her parents. _

Serving as best man for his ness in Jacksonville, has made his was present for the meeting and The R. A. Gaunts Sr. spent sev- Lonnie Harris,of the Veteran's Mrs. Marjorie Sacks of Washington -

father was Howe Q. Wallace of home in Keystone Heights for two plans were discussed for the Jan- eral days with their son and family Hospital in Lake City spent the D. C. for 0i
stopped over a
Mr. and,Mrs. R. A. Gaunt Jr.,
Christmas holidays at home herewith
uary project of the Club.A visit with her brother and sister-
of the meeting was of Jacksonville. Returning: with his family. We are all glad .
highlight in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John North
them was their"granddaughter, ; to know that Lonnie is
the candlelight ceremony of in- getting and family last Thursday, en-
PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY Michelle, who remained for several along well.
your stallation of new officers, con- route to Green Cove Springs fora
days. The all Christ-
family
spent
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robersonand
ducted by Mrs. Emery Cooper. visit with her mother, Mrs.
Those installed were: Mrs. Emma mas day together in Jacksonville. daughter arrived Monday Alice North. The Norths, enjoyed Prices Good Thru Sat. Jan. 4th

Lamoreaux :Mrs.: Leon Wagnerand Miss 'Cleva' Carson spent last from Tallahassee to spend the Sunday dinner in Green Cove .

Mrs. William Pinon. Next Tuesday in Middleburg with Mr. Christmas holidays with Mrs. Springs with Mrs. Alice North .

INSURANCENo meeting will be held on January and Mrs. Bryan Jennings. The Roberson'a mother, Mrs. Dorothy and family. MAXWELL
LOW COST LIABILITY 21. family Christmas dinner was held Waters and family.Mr Mrs. Marvin Greene and fam- I

Unique Christmas Party on that day. and. Mrs C. B. Nolan and ily of Middleburg and Mrs. Al- lHAIIIr fiflr.
.\f_>_ 11"inv"tf.
CaWistru has returned Christmas dinner
Mrs. Tracy W. Baker, in keep- U ---I" "J-/ I'vrt Smith and family visitedwith
Membership Fees .- 6 Mo. Pelicies ing with a traditional custom, helda to the Bradford County Hospital and supper with all of Mrs their mother, Mrs. Dora n u u t Lb Bag : ]

Christmas party for her children after a brief stay at home. ''His Nolan's family at 'the home of ]Byrd, on Christmas Day. ow1

and grandchildren on Tuesday condition is improving her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris and

afternoon at 5 o'clock at her Dr. W. T. Freeman and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ward in ;family had as their guests for

AGENCY Freeman of Asheville, N. C. spent Hastings. i Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs
DOYLE E. CONNER home.
The event was. -in the form of last week in their home on Lake Miss Patricia Owens of Jack- Ben Higginbotham and familyMr. SHORTENING
Geneva. With them were their sonville spent Christmas day and Mrs. Leon Harris and
a birthday party, complete with i
136 W. Call Street Phone 285 birthday cake and singing, and two sons, Bill and Jimmy, and with her mother, Mrs. Ruby family, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Mrs. Klinhart of Eastman Ga. Owens, and family. Padgett and son '
was in honor of the birthday of
Bake-Rife
the Christ-Child. This custom has Mrs. H. L. Sutton has as her Miss Mickey Godwin of Jack. Mrs. Ruby Durrance and son, 3 Lb
guests her mother and sister, Mrs.F. sonville spent several days last Howard and Mrs. C. B. Nolan
been followed by Mrs. Baker to
A. Fitzpatrick and Miss Marian week with Miss June Higgin and sons visited in Starke Sun-
help the children realize. the true
Fitzpatrick, both of Norfolk, Va. botham.Mr. day afternoon.
meaning of Christmas. .Mrs. Fitzpatrick will remain for and Mrs. Doss Higgin. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Heath ands
Present were Mr. and Mrs.\Anthony a longer visit with the Suttons. ns of Delray Beach visited with
botham had as their guests for J
Baker and their three chil- Mr. DETERGENT WHITE OR
r Mr. and Mrs Robert Cooper, Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs and 'Mrs. Oscar Harris and BLUE
dren, Mr: and Mrs. William Baker
family Saturday
night.
son-in-law and .daughter. of Bill George Johnson and family, Mr.
and their two children, Lex and
Mrs. Jessie Williamson
Walker, with their three children and Mrs. Franklin Higginbothamand and
Jeannette Baker, Floyd Baker and are the guests of Mr. Walker and family, and Mrs. Lena Joiner Mrs. George Brown were visitors White Arrow. Pkg 49c
Capt. Owen B. and Mrs. Baker in Jacksonville last Monday.Mr. .
I
Mr. Charles Miller.Dr. of Jacksonville, Mrs. Paul
and their three children from : and Mrs. Arnold
Harper
a and Mrs: C. M. Booher are Garrett and family and Mr. and
Pennsylvania. Ray, Bobby and Violet Bumse
visiting their'soninlaw and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and family. <
Community Sing and Gene Johnson moved to
I I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don Mor- Mr. and Mrs.Bob and
Each Sunday evening at 8 Stanley Jacksonville last Friday.
They Fla.
Ga. Grade "A"
gan. The Boohera are. from Wil- children of Homestead arrived or Dr & DrfRYERS
o'clock an evening "Sing" will be ,are living at 1988 Delray Ave.
mington, Del. Christmas night to spend seven
Mr.- and Mrs. Frank
conducted in the educational build- Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Harris days with Mrs. Stanley's mother,
ing of the Community Church. spent Christmas Day in Jackson
Jr., have had as their Christmas Mrs. Dorothy Waters, and family
Mrs. Ralph Felix, a winter visitor ville as the guests of their son-
guests Mr. Harris' parents, Mr. .
from Syracuse, Ind., is the pian- in-law and daughter, Mr. and
ist. This is an informal gathering and Mrs. Frank'W. Harris Sr, of Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat and Mrs. Richard Covey and chil
Miami family had as Christmas dinner
with the audience choosing The enjoyed Mr. and dren.Mrs. .r ,..,p,
hymns and various song leaders Gay Livingstons 'a guests Mrs. Junior T. H. Edwards spent ';1 N'. n
holiday visit with Mrs. Living- Goolsby of Baldwin, Miss Gloria Christmas ;
day in Jacksonvillewith I .A.OJI
chosen .
being from time to time.Every
RCA Victor Dalton.low-priced table ston's parents:, },Ir. and Mrs. S. T. Higginbotham of Jacksonville her son-in-law and daughter I I .

. 'TV with "Lean and Clean" styling that one invited in the to community Last is Turner in West Palm Beach. They Tommy Baker of Cecil Field and ,- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Malloyand .'LB.

v saves you space. New, "Mirror-Sharp" cordially come attended the Gator Bowl game in Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginboth family. Her grandson.David .
Sunday evening was the first of .
picture-262 sq. In. of viewable area. these for Jacksonville. and Mr. Living,ton's am and daughter. Malloy, returned home with her WHOLE J'\
gatherings. They are
:rHigh-Sharp-and-Easy" tuning with new people of all who enjoy sing- mother, Mrs. Gay Livingston Sr., Harris-Brock Engagement and spent Thursday and Friday (
ages
!One-Touch" on-off control. Improved from Mandarin, returned with An engagement of interest to The Maxville Civic Club will
ing. Young people are 'particul-
:11 Balanced Fidelity Sound. Powerful new invited. them for a visit. 'a wide circle of friends through. hold its regular business meetingon

super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grainedor arly Col. and Mrs. John McDowall out this area is that of Mis Friday night, Jan. 3. We urge a'
CHURCH NEWS
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limed oak grained finishes. extra. have as guests'Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Geraldine Brock of Middlebure all members to attend. .,
Catholic
St. Williams
21T820 Series. liam Janzen of Sagola,Mich and daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. V. Everyone is pleased to know
The Catholic Ciub win meet on GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN OR. & DR. CORNISH l
Mrs.' Ruth Schurv of Austin, Tex. Brock of' Chiefland, to Alfred that the county has started to
January 8 at 6 p.m. for a covered Mr. and Mrs. William Few Ray Harris, 'son of Mr: and Mrs work clearing our playground.We .

21" ONLY $18995TV dish supper to ,be followed by a former residents of Keystone Alfred Harris of MaxvUle. Miss hope soon to have the road GAME HENS loHUVG."CH.69c \

.. business meeting. Heights, now ,of Jacksonville.announce Brock attended the Thomas Jefferson completed around it and have j .

Community Church' the birth of a son'on Sat- school at Marietta and enough work done on the play-, '
The Women ot the HICKORY SWEETSLICED J ;
Community Ray graduated from :Baldwin
urday Dec. 28. Mother, and son
Church will hold their regular are both doing fine. High School with the class of BACON It \. 59

ServiceAll business meeting on January 7 at Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook were 1956 and is presently employedat LB. PKG. I

7:30 pan. Following'the business visitors in Hollywood where they the Cecil Field Naval Air

meeting an informal fellowship spent several days with'Mr. and Station. .

Mrs. C. V. Brust. On Christmas Mrs. ,Louise Eichelsor and sor I'o RUSO FROZEN .

day they were' the guests of Mr. of Jacksonville spent several _

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates FOR DEPENDABLE .and Mrs. M. A.Burge of Miami. days last week with her parents,

I HAPPY NEW YEAR! Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman.Mr. ; LIQUID OR St'Berries 5 Cans99c
TAIUTi1
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Fully Equipped w Dependable Termite Control Your Correspondent, Mary L. and Mrs. P. B. Colemanand .
GNES ...
(Mrs. J. R.)'Young.at..mv..nmyy'. family had as their guestsfor
1 All Makes and Models i Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Ray FROM ALL THOSE MISERIESOi'NARD'TO1TQN'cows

Household a Commercial' i Pellum and son and,Mrs. Louise

Feat ControlOrov I Eichelsor and son of Jacksonville -

SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV I RISINGBy I ,' Mr.. and Mrs. Buddy SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS
8praJIDI Browning, and Mr. and Mrs. k x I

INMAN D. GREEN, Owner James ,Coleman and daughter.Mrs. '
Plumbing At
CD FR ft-6053 ,
Sirs. Gordon Jones
: Henry Carter spent last j? s Its Best ICE CREAM 59''
TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering. Florida Peat Control AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThose weekend in Starke with her ya Gal
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aunt Mrs! Effie Carter. i1 All Types
Phone 239 Starke, Fla r
'enjoying the Christmas
& Chemical Co. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. C. Nolan and -
with Economical
holidays Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
family enjoyed Christmas dinner "
Color 'T.V. Headquarters 24 N. W. 16th Ave.tialaeevffle don Jones and daughter were with Mrs. Nolan's parents, Mr. Ig :' Prices
the Herbert Normans and chil-
Florida and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson, and iInstallation
dren of Lady Lake, Mr. and Mrs. family in Jacksonville. and ServiceOf ALL PURPOSE FANCY RED (
A. C. Ellis the Thurman Jones J
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family, the' Edward Normans Friends of Constable and Mrs. Types

I and Robert Norman of Starke, El V. Roberts will be glad to Plumbing & Heating APPLES 5 Lb \ 39''

and Marvin Driggers of Lithia. learn that their little daughter, Bag

FREE FREE Christmas dinner was served on Mary Jane, who has been a pa. GNANNPLUMBING

a long table' under the ,pecan tient in St. Vincent's Hospital

trees in the yard. for over two months, was able CO.

Misses Mary Alice, Anna to spend six hours at home with 118 Court Street
14 FT. B.G. SPECIAL BOAT
Ruth, and Joyce Crosby of Jack- : her family on Christmas day and PHONE 514-J LOW LOW PRICES PLUS
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again She will be
on Sunday.
-- sonville were at church last Sun- I'
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jj .rTT ":.fl!t,<. day.Thurman Jones, who is work- Years.able to We visit sincerely home again hope for New that Night Keystone Call Collect Heights 2896 I 4t GREEN STAMPS! '

ing in Ocala, was home ,for the she Will be released from the I
weekend. hospital in the near future. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and Little Gary Higginbotham, son .

children had Christmas dinner of Mr.. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin-

O with Mrs. Lewis' parents, the C. botham, fell down a canal bank

L. Atkinsons, in Brooker. late Sunday afternoon and cut TOWN FINANCE COMPANY I
Robert Norman visited relatives his head open. It required several

,, in Plant City for several, stitches to close the wound. I

days. Eugene Hiers has returned

Sunday visitors at the E. C. home after spending 45 days at Opens Its NewOffice : J

Lewis home were Mr. and Mrs. the Army ,Reserve training center :

.c Woodrow- Thomas and family of Ft. Jackson, S. C. His brother ',.'" .
rid Brooker, and Mr. and. Mrs.,E. J. Wayne Hiers, is now stationed At
: Manni of Starke. in Korea. I

., Jimmy Crosby I.t' on the sick We are glad that little Robin. 144 WEST CALL STREET STARKEACROSS

list this week., Higginbotham, daughter of Mr _
'
r Mr. and Mrs. James Norman and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham, is ( FROM OLENS DEPT. STORE)

.. and children'' of Columbus, Ga. better after a recent illness.

'*4 d.- visited relatives here last week },(P. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas LOANS TO $600.00CONFIDENTIAL

and children returned last Thursday .

Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson Motor and. Murray Trailer YYYYYYYWYYT.Y.YYYYYYYYYYIIIGHL.AND from a two weeks vacation FAST SERVICE "'
with relatives in North and

DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW! tives here on Christmas.Mrs. EVEN IF YOU ,OWE SOMEONE ELSE SEE US

I Zettie Padgett is spend-
By Mrs.'.LMT 'Norma ing this week in Baldwin withthe LOANS ON SIGNATURE N AUTO y FURNITURE

NO PURCHASE NECESSARYF A..... ..A&iA't'4&.A'Alfred'Lee Edwin Knights. LIVESTOCK

Green Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzantand
of Cove
> F Springs visited the Lacey Nor- children of Callahan visited '

4.. R IMPERIALo. SERVICE' R mans last Sunday afternoon.Mr. II day friends afternoon.Be and relatives. here Sun- Loans For Every Worthwhile Purpose f" t

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and Mrs. :Floyd Normanand .
STATION E Mr.. and,Mrs Charles Moselyof sure to come to Sunday DROP IN AND SAY HELLO! >"
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E JacksonVille' spent ,the week- School' and church.'Do you have .

E end with the L..M. Normans. a little boy or girl you; love very PHONE 44 HERMAN FILLINGIM, Manager

1575, Temple Ave. U..S. 301 StarkeFlorida Wilfred DinMns and' son of,: much! Be sure, to bring them
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Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cibaor I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Adkina of '. tTt 't yY....'.' 'Uncle Bud" and Clyde] Pfdgett, visited his aunt, Mrs. FronicMoody jl I CnulIIDJ.I Ho, kcr-Luc' Ty ,' .:\. *
t"n i Si i.I.-4 Ti.'.1" li.Juir to
held open house Thurzdayforafew Bainiridge, Ga. spent last Weekend who were both in the hospital in Uwt Sunday and Tuesday. I, furnish j-aijii"lc nivl ',ai, ,.. :vmt, ;'

intimate friends. with their ,daughter Mrs. J. CLAY Tampa say they are improvingand Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Rhoden of Trice K.O.8. Starke. Florida.

}ora.V.-H. Hart. and daughter, C. Hobbs. HILL expect to be home in a few Jacksonville were weekend to The accept said or City reject rt-smrs any or the all Tight'bid.

Kay spent'last weekend. Bu.l guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'TrOy
Watkins of
Miss Ann Sherrol CITY OF STARKE, FUMUDA
bj ftlrs. J. L. days.We
y, Ga. with the Elmore Stuarts. Forayth Ga. is the guest this lriCkl.Uji enjoyed Christmas services ,.! Dukes. By, Carl Johns. City Clerk.

Mrs. Laura Mosley had as week of Miss Jean., Mundy. MISS ,.LIAAAAA4IL&AA4aAAVe : ... at ,Long Branch church very Mr and Mrs. Bobbie Crews 1/3 :3t lIlt
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IHTHtHEWf Christmas' day guests her children Mundy and Miss Watkins are glad Ward Lane much. We had an old fashioned f.and children of Ft. Worth Texas CU.L)11. Rll'iDecember

'- 4 ? */* Mrs.. C. W. Johnson 'of students at Bessie Tift. College: were ,Mrs. experience meeting, special singing have been home with, Bobbie' 30 195?.
was.able lo be ,;ith.us xhurch Pealed Dids will W remixed by
!Ia---.-.-__--,-.-.--- --_-...I_ .. ..a....._........ .) Rome -Joe.Mosley ef Jacksonville l'|The young girls spent Mondayin services after" her1 few days in some by the, young- folks anti mother, Mrs. Murlie -Crews, for the ,City Council of the City of
,and Mrs.. C. M. Phillips Ocala: with their. .mutual different interesting! messages the' past two' weeks, Bobbie isstudying Starke at the City Hall in Starke
Marcus Brown left this week ,Mr. and Mrs. W. H. KoDman Af Ft., Myers., the hospital. ir Florida until 7:00 o'clock I'M .onTUfMlay.
I We ala> all our pictures taken for the ministry
tried Miss Bobbie Bagtey. got I ,
for 'the University of Miami, spent last Saturday In Jacksonville ; D.-B. Clarence,* Jinuny, Gene :! January =\. A.P., l 8, .at
Mrs. N.. O. Wynn is visitingher ...' MT. and Mrs..Eo L. Middletonand several .tunes during the Texas and brought messagesat which time and place all bids re-
where he is studying medicine; where they meV Mr Noll- and Annette Lang of Tampa Level and reived will be publicly opened and
'Joh stown, Pine ,
sister, Mrs. J3more Stuart Mrs: W. Q. .Dowling of,Melbourne evening. I
He.) ent the holidays with hismother man's sister, Mrs W. R. Bren- spent the. Christmas, holiday churches Those read aloud, on the following:
Our Christmas at Long Bridge
4iBaxIeyGa. and Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. program Clay
Mrs. M. F. Brown. han,' who-'arrived from with home folks at Hill and I 7500 to 10,00 I Ibs. of Chlorine, In
by plane Clay missed
Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Shupe of Budd Jr. .and children .of Jacksonville Hill was also very interestingand : who missed hearing him 150-lb. Cylinders, 1% Months Sup-
}. r. and Mis. W. J. Hall of Missoula Montanna' 5 end the MaxviUe. Delivered to :tfurke. Florida
Eau wonderful messages. Pb :
Gallic wq-e guests during I and Mr. and Mrs. E. L: all' seemed to enjoy the I some
MIaMI, Sister Mary Williams holidays with'relatives.. Mr. and John, and Betty Brumbelow of The said .City reserves the rightto
The Christmas holidays of .Mrs. Matthews and family ,were dinner Jacksonville I short service we..had. All I'.of ou"' accept or reject any: or all bid,*.
and' Matthews Mrs.
Sister of Nollman weekend
St St and Mrs. Brennan spent last
< Shupe's parents, ,Mr and ,Mrs. guests Sunday of Dr. and folks on the program did we!' i iI CITY OF STARK FLORIDA\ .
Josephs Academy. Loretta. Fla., spent Saturday night in : Jacksonville with Mom and.Dild"StiickJand at I II MVTICK TO \PPKinOreIt By: Carl Johns, City Clerk
H. ; wish compliment'them '_ ,.. ,
F. Demorest. and C
: IMrsW.. E.lf1ddIetoa.,: and :Miss I we, to I. ( .rt. Rrafr4 tT .
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were dinner guests of Mr. andMrs with Mr.> and Mrs.C.. H. Clay HilL John was sufferingwith t L'I..IJ.; I. .F.S
Miss Ann Middleton.Mrs. oij the work they did and on the -- --'
Beam of and Madge' ,
Tampa
E. L. Cox on Saturday. Dawkins. Mrs. Brennan also vis. an accessed tooth, .so. war a1)aniet Donald Knight.. Sr.,
Mrs. Lorraine Dodres and son, J.- G. Millican: of Palatka good beh yiour of the evening. Plakitlff. vs. Li>ui..e B. Knight. Defendant. -
Struth left for ited llr and Mrs; W. B. Boyd and unable to attend church with us.
Roddy Young Case No. 1!-463
Percy of the
Knight pastor
Dickie of Jacksonville the Christmas holidays IGASTOONSIBy
Harris College in Young Harris family in''St": Petersburg 'before were spent I We are glad Barney Thomas is \..*tV. T. *pnmr
'returning'home. Christmas holiday guests of their here as the guest of Mr. and able to te in church services I Edison' Avenue church in Jacksonville -! Tq: Louise H. Knight. whose repidfiue ,
Ga. Thurstlay morning after parents, the C. E. Beams. 'Mrs. A. E. McKinney.. Mr. .and ,. preached for us sincewe : and address is: 321 St. N'ioh-
spending the holidays with his Miss Thornton : again. It: seems it has. taken hima ulas Atenue, New York. Xw York.
Ginger had
a? : Miss Kay Hart had as guests Mrs. ,Roy Reddish .of Webster sent in our news last. Wf -
long time to recover from the Yon are hereby notified that m
parents, Mrl: and :Mrs. Merrill last
a guest Friday and Satur. the latter part of test, week were .also guests.of Mr. and Mrs. flu also had a new preacher, Ward; suit for divorce has been filed
? he continues to
but we hope
Struth. day wilbur Brewton I In the abAve named cir BROWN
of Jackson- Lane against yea
:Misses Barbara Yoder,and Weta McKinney during the holidays.Mrs. preach Sunday evening
health. and are required -
in
and you
improve Court cause .
Duke Bishop of Grundy. Va ville. Manning, Larry -Manning, and Maggie Mundy .A, Lauren Mr. and Mrs.:. V7. B. Englandand Dec. 22. This was his first efforta to, serve a copy of your answer i i H
and Norwood -Gay and' Ray Mrs. Paul Canova and Paul and,3&ra. Grace Perkins a preacher and we wish tr or pleading to the complainton
all
Daryl Bethea of. Jacksonville.Mr. S. C., .
from FlorenceAla. yt 1
niece, Plaintiff's Attorney r
Kay the
Marks of Jacksonville were m. Mrs. J. L. Cole and Gary and Mrs. Ralph Gnann and and Eddie, Robbins.of Jacksonville Christmas with encourage him and bid him Got' Alan> C. Winter. Jr. 319 Florida C 'S ;

gueits during 'the nol li.ays of"Mr. spent Tuesday in Gainesville daughter of New York stopped were guests Friday of spent day Speed in his work. He has returned Title Building. Jacksonville ::,
I : Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strickland at r fro (f
and Mrs.'\ Lex Green. shopping and visiting Mrs. Cfen- here Saturday night with Mr. Mr...and Mrs. W. .B. Mundy and Clay Hill. Dub 'makes every ef. to Texas to his work in and Florida fije the original In the office ;

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Moench ova's parents Gnann's aunt, ..-Mrs, Laura Mos- Miss Jean Mundy.. the Armed Forces. Rev. Georgr I of the Clerk of the Cire'ilt Conrt
spent the Christmas holidays in Miss Margaret Rose Duncan Duncan fort to be with his..children especially prevail for las* I (In'or before the 3 day of Fbruarr.JS5S .
leyon their way to visit rela- Mr. and Mrs. K. T. returned on Christmas day preached us ; ; otherwise the allegations of
Jacks nvPIeith' Mr. and Mrs left Wednesday for Athens; Ga. tives in Green Cove Springs.Mr. to .their home,,Jn West Mrs. Mabel Parrish from Avon Saturday night. We missed hir I said Complaint will be taken as

Roy- L. Wtagate'parents, 61- Mrs where she will resume her stud- and Mrs. ,Alvin Gay and Point Ga. .Tuesday after spending family as one of the children was confessed by you.
Park spent Sunday with her pa- This notice shall be published
Moench. ies' at the University of I Ga.I family of Jacksonville were the Christmas hoidays ,hereas sick and Mrs. Prevatt and the once each week for four consecutive "
renis, the Fred: Langs.:
after spending the Christina: weekend guests of, Mr. and ,Mrs.E. guests of Mr. ,Duncan's pa Mrs. Ruth.COrbert and family children could not be with us. graph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele-

holiday vacation with her parents .' E. Thornton.. rents, .Mr. ,and, Mrs. ,JL. G. Dun- from North Carolina ,spent bur sing is to be Jan. 11. 7 p. rated this 27 day of December. ,

Mr. 'and Mrs. K.: G. Dun m. All are invited to attend. 957.OKKirfATj. "All right so the check was
and Mra. E.
Mr. P. Renner, can.Mr. Christmas: ;With.Ruth'. mother, ( SlAT)
F FiLOR IDAT.HEAJRE can.Brian formerly of' Gainesville have 'and Mrs. Luther Addison Mrs.Ernie'jPadgett.'. i Charles A. Darby WORTHLESS so was that
Kucera of Christmas ? VVYYYYVyyyyyYYYVvvvv'VVVLONG Clerk uf the Circuit Court
Tampa spent of ,Jacksonville were, "
moved to Starke and are makingtheir' .;The,. children. of Mr. and Mrs. By) Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk cut rate gas you Mild me
Friday and Saturday the Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
as day. visitors. '
home "Wittn 1 Mrs. Renner'smother : I Brooks. ,spent Christmas BRIDGE 1/3 4t 1/24
guest of Jerome Edwards.Mr. Mrs. A. F., Sauls. Mr.I ,Beam and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. day- withBrooksie ,and Rosie. We offer'only the best products!

and Mrs. Lyle Anderson of Renner, who is district manager Thornton. This:is' .tiie.first -time all of themhave AND NEW RIVER TALL FOR BIDS and service at REASON
Charleston.. S. C. are' F. Sauls and Mr. and December 30, 195'
spendingthe Mrs. A. someUmeu.a.1i.are .
of Life InsuranceCo. .
been for
Independent together Sealed bids will be. received by ABLE PRICES!
weekend with his mother ., will continue 'lo have his office Mrs, E. P. Renner spent last : scattered to different MfLEA.SpsLA&AAAAAAALALAAALAAAALa the City Council of the City of
Mrs.. Alice Anderson. Their new .week in 'Norfolk, Va. as guestsof Starke at the City Hall in Starke,
BROWN
Gainesville. Mrs. Renner and get GIB
4 In
SAT., JAN. ONLY : plasw ,"working cannot Florida until 7:00 o'clock P.\[. on
address is No. :5 Ludwell St. mother Mrs. J.
Renner's ,
will be superintendent Of the Mr. leave to,come, home at the same Tuesday, January %1.A.D-. 195 t, at:
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Charleston, S. C. Starke office. T. Branch, and Mr. Branch. time" > The Revival started: at Long which time and place all bids re- SERVICE STATION
Mrs.' C. C. Stanton and Mis Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch had and Bridge last Sunday and was well cehed will be publicly opened and
Mrs. T. T>. Dyal spent the Minnielee Parmalee sonso read aloud, en the following: Standard Oil Products
Nettie stanton'of Palatka spent Sunday of last week attended.. Everyone is invited to
as guests Dad and or less of 2in.
Christmas holidays in Gainesville (, Jacksonville visited 800 ft. more
-'TOUGH with Mrs. Ada Alex Ritch of with Lined }.'ire Hose, 407 N., Temple Aye.
Thursday Mr.' and Mrs. E. F. Mom Strickland for shbr com and bring someone Cotton Rubber -
a
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,
with her iIon-tn-law'and dau&hIAI ,
'AS'THTT 400-lb. Burst Test All Brass
ander. N. and 'Mr. and The meeting will continue .
Gastonia C., -r
''''-. XTv....... fln4fvn....... ....... Rnv nv.J .u.n"v'.W__";_' while' .Sunday- afternoon.. 'CuyleWilkinson you .1
Stanley Clark is_borne for the Butch Smith'will leave -this Mr.- and Mrs. R.' P. Guisinger spent- a few minuteswith through this' week with Jack

I L'L holidays with his parents, Mr. and two daughters left for their the Stricklands Sunday Seimer as the speaker.
J weekend for Douglas, Ga., wherehe The Joneses'
home in New Orleans last Sat- Eddie Mullen and daughter.
and Mrs. I. E. Clark. Stanley is Col- evening.Mr ,
will (enter South Georgia
( GUY fliPISON stationed at Ft.' Hood Texas ,e urday after. spending the holidays and Mrs. Lee Kenneth of and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Davis .

where he is in the Army Signal lege.Miss Is spend- with' Mrs.. Guisinger's -pa Jacksonville''% visited, with Ella of. Andalusia, Ala. were supper insurance '
Lynda Chapman property
,and Mrs. W. B: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert .
Corp 'and Is a' Specialist 3rd ing a. few .days in Atlanta Ga. rents. -Mr.4 Carter *and family Sunday.
.
Sewell. ,Moody last Saturday night. The :: '
Mrs. Willie sister
Padgett's '
with Miss Rose Mary' Be \nett. d'i"dn'l
class.Mrs.. J. M. Mitchell had as Mrs. 'S. El: Ritch of TSalnesville. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green and who lives'ln:"Miami visited Shirley Mullens were enroute to Orlandofor "keep upwith .... .
son, Archie, and,Mr. and Mrs.. P. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. .
in Max-
this week Mrs.G. WLamar I and other relatives
guests Mr! and .Mrs:> Adolph Gay 'and ; Leslie to-...:..:..:............:.... :':.:.:.... ;:'. .. .}
and son, Phillip, of. Quin- daughter, GeraTdihe returned M. Barefoot spent Christmas day yillel: last. Sunday. J.oe Forsythe.Mrs. the J Joneses"The .,....;..:;.;.;.;.;.:.:;w-... :..:<:..1.'i!=:.:".....'..:'.:.ot.:..
.in Heights with thf Jessie Lazenby of Home-
Keystone Betty Carter has spent a fewdays'
i PortArthur, 'exarwhere nude
from
Sunday
cy.Mr. I Greens'. son-in-law and,daughter in Jacksonville with Roma stead is visiting her mother, Mrs Joneses' property grew in value every year as they
and Mrs. Lester Crews and :
the Christmas :
they spent their fine home. Then, one tad
and additions to
Mr.- and Mrs., Richard Cunningham. Rhoda Dowling, for a few days. improvements
Lonlax
to
'returning home Clay
the first of the relativiiiMi. '
daughter spent holidays with fire destroyed th house. And they found their insurance
Mr. and Mrs. Fonie Crews and day,
week with Mrs. G. C. Livingston and'"Mrs. 3': E. Hildebran Hill .Sunday ,and, Roma coming wasn't nearly enough to replace everything they'd lost-especially -
Mr. and Mrs. James Drier and children, Mrs. Lazenby, and Mrs.
in Tampa. From there they went spent las't Thursday with Mr. and oue,with Betty.; at today's higher costs. Be sure you're protected with ,
MAU son left for' Toledo! Ohio Saturday J. :r; ,Padgett and family and Dowling were Christmas dinner I
to'Ft.. .Myers to visit Mr. Crews'Lather Mrs. Morris Foster and familyin enough insurance; See us for a property insurance'check.up.I
.. Thomas Crews. -Ja kottvifl :" morning after spending ,the Denver 'and .Kenneth Crews guests of the Joe Dowlings in
VAlfRoJ CH TECHNICOLOr.' holidays with Mr. and ,Mrs. J, L. brothers of 'J, T.'s wife Nugie High Springs.
Jan Mundorff left for Ogle- Paul 'knIght has returned to :
thorpe University Wednesday Miami after' spending Christina Cole. J' all.!of,:rLawtey: spent ,Sunday with Mrs. Ella Moody and son visited HAROLD) C. WALL% AGENCY

the with Bobby Williams of the Univer- the, Yougan Padgetts.. Mr. and Mrs. George Werrein
AND after spending holidays with his mother. Mrs. D.E i
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E Knight. sity of Georgia has been spending I "Toad"y" Griffis, of Jacksonville Columbus, Ga. last weekend. "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS"

lundorff. Mrs., J. 'P. Rogers and Mrs the .,holidays .with .his parents :. and--;Sunny Boy Griffis, of Dolph Conner of Ft. Pierce .200 E. Call Street Phone 14$

ThIThE.i1J.t7 .Irv and Mrs. R. G. Davis of Walter Rogers of. Jacksonville Mr. and Mn Mack L. Williams. Maxville spent Christmas with spent Thursday night and Friday. Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536- ..

iowa -are visiting. Mr*and Mrs spent Christrnawithf": aH the. Ernie Padgetts with the E. A. Sapps. I Starke, FloridaBarksdale'i .

G. 'L. Patt n for a few days. Mrs Merritt William '" Edison Cunningham of Key-, Jr" We ,are:.glad! that reports from_ C. A. Johns Jr. 'of High Springs ,. ,_1 J_
stone-Heights.is a patient
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Webb antf Mr. rad Mrs. Richard ietrer.man .
Bradford County Hospital. ,
family spent Thursday until and Mrs. Claire 'Sieffermanepent
WoMAJI Jimmy L. ,Cole, and .Balis McKinney :
Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Dave Christmas Eve with Mr'' .. I
went to. .Atlanta, .Ga.. -
I OTI4j' Paulk and family. They all at fend Mrs., .Merritt Williams anti .
Saturday to ,Mr. Cole'sniece
RilERi carry
tended the football game In bn ,Chrismas .Day. accompaniedMr. semi-annual
Inez Cole who'has visited
Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum I sI -
here for the past six months.
TECHNIcOLOI' and Mrs. Lester Hardm Miss Idell Landrum, and Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .Nollman 1 I .f. : ; -w5-- -..'., --.-- ,.,...-
and Mrs. Babe Harding and Trances Landrum _to Brooksvillf I '
will entertain the Executive -
::\ children of Crete, HI. were Holiday where they visited until Friday ,OV.T5.T ANCING :
Board of the Bradford Chapter
... visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 1 'Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid is -. "
... Polio Foundation on Tuegday.evening
-- Nathan Sanford. I spending a few days with Mr., Jan., 7."TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, 'vAIJES''t( i11 -
Plus 'Tom and Jerry in Holly.' Mr. and Mrs. Beecher" Payne and Mrs) C.-'C. Hoppe in Tampa. r .

wood' Bowl" Cartoon and and family were guests Christmas 'Mr.t and Mrs. Charlea Knight -"

"Chapter\ No. 3 Serial. day of Mr Payne's brothel- of1 Gainesville spent Sunday with ; : w

in-law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs Mrs. 1 D.: E. Knight.

SUN.. HON., T. A. "Daniels, In Lake City. 'Mr and Mrs. 'Owen Vaughrhad .GRAHAM: Ladies Dresses 1Il ,

January 5, 6 Mr. and frs: Alta Ashurst of as guests over the holidays .TJ. 1 :i:: rv '''TBin.

Cocoa were guests Saturday and their son-in-law and daughterMr. I Jtho McKlnneyLAA4IAAAAA'AAAAtAiAAAAAAAA .ae--L:

Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. and Mrs. W. V. Green and .
THE TIN STAR REPED{ ; Ladies' & Children'sPajamas
Hazen. I their children of Raleigh, N. C. I children's DRESSES

Mr. and Mrs.: George T. Hug. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Mooty and Mrs. Equilla Roberts was visit-

. Starring Henry. Fonda gins and family spent 'last FrI. daughter.} Gerry, spent ,Christ I big relatives' in, Patterson, Ga. ONE-HALF'PRICE' '

Plus -"Smart As A Fox" Special day at Jacksonville Beach. While inas day with their cousins, 'the last weekend. OneM&One-Hiird & Gowns
,
and Midnight Snack Car- there Mr. hid 'Mrs. Huggins attended Milton .St Peters in Gainesvilleand Mr.: and ,Mrs .John McKinney I ...,
.
a tea honoring all the the following day went to had as guests during the ,holidays -

toon. -?: //It former All American football Miami'to spend the long weekend ,Mr. and ':,Irs. V. L.. McKin- T J Ladies'IItJUSE COATS REDUCED ONE-THIRD

players attending the Gator Bowl] with relatives'there., ney of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.
& )
Tues., Wed. Jan. 7, 8TheLife..Tbetoves. in Jacksonville on Saturday ,I Friends of Mrs. R. h!. Lee, Bill, Martin and children of ,

Hosts for the tea were Mr. and daughter of' ,Mr. and Mrs. E. ,J Tampa, Mr. and Mrs., J. D. McKinney : H ONE-THIRD .PRICEChildren's

=- S=2== Mrs. H. L. Rockwood. Mrs. Hug- Dowling, will be interested to of Lutz. and Mr. and ;

gins assisted in serving at 'the learn that she recently won first Mrs. Bill Underwood and Mrs. -
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party. prize, in interior'-decorating in Louise Hagan of. Hampton Lake. ;; ,House Coats

I ThERUIRTES UIUITIRQ Mrs. H. L. Brownlee had t? the "Parade of Homes"- Lake Robert Cain and Billy! Broughton (

. _... ... ... dinner guests on Christmas Day land. This was an outstandinghonor who are in the Navy at ;. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Sr. for Mrs. Lee due' to the Great Lak s, El, were' home"with: -- ONE-.T IID PRICE .

of Keystone Heights, Mrs. J. W i fact t"hat.there. were ,30 ,homes their, parents for Christmas." !

Lee of Atlanta Ga. and Mr. and open for inspection with interior L. E. Ratliff had the surpriseof .
;
KNawamen. Mrs. Jim Chasteen and family. decorators from all' over the his .life last Saturday night t1 ttLadies'IIATS 1,98

- Mr. and Mrs' R. 0. Dansby and Southeast competing. Mrs. Leis when Mr. Addison ,of Brooker t,

..... Si.,. son. Mickey, spent the holidays studying interior decorating knocked on ,his front door and i' ". Values to 4.95 ,1 r'Ladies' t ti jI '

!T m 1E'1 with, relatives' In Ozark., Ala. at Southern College Lakeland brought a message that ,his "

Lois Kaufmann and Sally Ann Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and i brother Lloyd Ratliff of partsall : S' -

Epperson were weekend guestsof Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson over the world, was waiting I IJ
rn mijS 1v GLOVES
, t Nancy Ann Dally in Jackson-' and sons' spent' Sunday" in the for L. E. at Stanley's filling sta .. I I

UCijn OlDre Scrub as guests of Mr. and Mrs. tion. L. E. went after him and : %
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ville.Mrs.
J
. hM Carrie Hayes and daugh- W. H. Graham. Lloyd stayed until Sunday night

tsrs, Linda and Ruth of Plant Miss Babs Lance of Charity .promising to come_ again In two i.i ;

City were holiday visitors of Mr. Hospital in.
and Mrs. Nathan Sanford. spent a few days here during the each other in 18 years or --- CORDUROY ,

Plus "So You Want To Be A I. Mr. and Mrs. J.'T. Morgan and holidays with her parents, Mr. longer.' .. r- Men's PANTS

. Policeman" Short and "Let's Children "returned: Tuesday_ after and Mrs., M. W. Lance. 1 Mrs. Hilliard Broughton ef the IVY LEAGUES

Go" Cartoon spending the holidays in North Mr. and Mrs. E. Lawson and< I Farm Colony (at Gainesville visited \ *** $ REDUCED 1/2 :

, b_ _MV HL M M H Carolina.Mr. son, Jimmy, spent Sunday at the Carl Broughtons last VALUES 1.95
and :Mrs. :Marion Birden Silver Springs. They were joinedby weekend.

: Thur., Fri. Jan. 9. ,. 10 baugh and children have returned their son and daughter-in Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal spent Men's & Boys' and ONE-FOURTH How 3.49 I-

. JBIG DOUBLE FEATURE from a holiday' visit with relatives law,- Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Lawson the holidays at home .They have 4__ I
in_ 'Ohio. and 'baby of Orlando.Mr. been staying in Perry, where Mr. 'P.ey,, 4 '

and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof Dyal Is employed. frtfi: OneHalf Price SAVE ONMEN'S 4 4U
Youth Teas its Story in 2 Big Hits! Lakeland and Bill and John Mr. and Mrs. 'John Surrencyhave J (

? YOUR SAVINGS. ARE Morar Panama City were New their granddaughter.. Miss fi; VEST SWEATERS
SHIRTS
INSURED AND .Year's,holiday guests of J.1r..an.. Dewanda McKenzie of Jacksonville /1k- 'and POLO SHIRT:

4 Mrs. H..A. Law-son.. ,- as' a guest this week. I
-.----- PLUS EGMSCOPtI and Mrs Dyal of Their son-in-law and daughterMr. I / r.Je1 I
EARN. 3% AT Mr, Guy long Sleeve1.59
Green ..Cove, Springs were guest and Mrs.: ,Abner Padgett. of I&I : ;! : 1.98

I COMMUNITY, STATEBANK Christmas afternoon of her parents Haugue, were .Sunday guests 'of :

Mr and Mrs. 1L. L. Law the Surrencys.Mr. AND UPiMRKSDA1JS',
. OF ,STARKE ,. .< d .' yi
son. and Mrs. Clarence Fraziei 'rF':

I, All Star Cast Savings Deposits Mad Up To Mr. and Mrs. Tommy HardingJr. had as .guests Wednesday'of last
and baby of Valdosta. Ga. week their son. Charlie Frazier '
fr AND JANUARY OTII, WILL BEAR, were- guests duriag the Christmas of Miami, and Mrs Frazier'-

r INTEREST: FROM JANUARY -iIidays of jtheir parents, mother Mrs. John OHara and,.

i young and Dangerous J..1958 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding Sr., Mr. OUwa of Starke.Mrs. '

and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Irene Ratliff visited her _

*"PIu9.'Topsy TVM Cartoon MF.MRP.R OP FF.DP.RtI. bE- Miss Mary Brooks, of ,Jacksonville Ron and daughter-in-law.. and
POSIT I\%. ('onpoIUTIO is the gu t this week of MrV Walter' Ratliffr in Jacksonville'last1

Mfss : ; .
Linda Kay Sale. Sunday. '"J
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