Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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? : -, .! 4 : [. BoardPaysOff, r -- Ervin Advises Board Use Special Act i 1|

fr .,-- : ', '. ,.-, ; f: To The Tune In Setting Up Small Claims CourtIn 1

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j:1 j- Of I spite of its doubtful constitutionality act. In question are hero assumed
y $32,123.80 '
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Attorney General to be valid."
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- : .. -v. Richard W. Ervln In an opinion Ervln further stated that: ". .
written Dec. 6, advised tile Board
[, A check In the amount of $32- It I III generally held that a special
. 5' 123.80. drawn on the General '.0 of County Commissioners that it law, local or restricted In Its opera.

School Interest & Sinking Fund. I thould proceed under Chapter tlon, which Is positively repugnantto

was deposited by the Bradford 27257 (the special act) In netting general law relating to the same

- I County Board of Public In truc1 7 up[ a Small Claims Court In Brad. subject matter, repeals or supercedes -

u 1 tlon Tuesday' In payment of a'judgment ford County. the general law". He therefore

__ obtained against the ..43 ... Since the last Legislature passeda felt that the county would

Board recently by Ed Wright St. ; General Act and also a Special
L no choice but to proceed under -
1w Hr Petersburg bond dealer. ,., a Act both having the effect of
I the special act, at least until
-r The Board delivered the checkto '. authorizing the establishment of a ....
_ m Its (constitutionality had been ttated I
Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas 5- :' .. .' Small Claim Court in Bradford .
5 in the courts. i
who deposited It In the Florida d" i'- County the Commissioners wrote

Bank at Starke "In the registry of 1 Ervin for an opinion as to which County Judge E. K. Perryman (
the court" awaiting final Instructions stated yesterday that he wall ,:
should In the
/ they use setting up
as to Its disposition. Presumably -2 SANTA CLAUS PARADE court here. ready to function all judge: of the I
the check will be delivered Small
Donna to Santa: "I've been a good girl, FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 2:30P.M. The General Act. '", d... appliei Claims Court
Wright when he furnishes )
"Please bring me a dollie whose long hair will curl. satisfaction of the Judgment he ob. '% to all Florida counties, provides The Supreme Court has, In the .
that the Governor shell past, frequently declared so-called i
, Santa to Donna: 'Don't worry, dearYou're tamed In Circuit Court against the Parade forms at school house, 2 p.m. Friday. Anyone wishing to appoint a "
judge of the small claims court "population blll such as the one j
" at the of list Board.
right top my this
year. Chairman.
.1 enter contact Phil Vltsky. Parade Small
Although the judgment was for who shall serve until' the next establishing a Claims Court t

!( Donna Dee Faxon Is pictured above as she tells Santa the old, $32.051.98.' the Board's check Included election, when he shall be elected for Bradford County, unconstitutional ; ; i

tory of what she wants under her tree, jUHt as children, the $10.36 In court coats and by the qualified voter The Bpe-I In that they an In reaLIty ( ,

I Will Present clal Act which was a a local bills. paa*.<(.IQ tfra, .guise of :
over, are doing In these last few days before Christmas.) Interest of $61.46 which had accumulated BHS Glee Club And Male Chorus Program paused '

Donna to Santa: "I've been a good 1 girl, since the date of the General Act but which: contained > a .t't"Jiz': ( >iIIbtl8.' ..piFeieIUon'
final judgment, Nov. 6. Bradford High School will prevent and Mary Julia Futch. will play a Patricia Livings, Joan Teniy, population clause" maklrW K' aapllcabl ,. .\ 'twJPjpuiW without\ l l

Wright's judgment representedfull an "Evening of Christmas Christmas medley of tune These Doris Parker, Phoebe Green, Glen ,..only to' BraXtord: County benefit! o(4l'qua pi1bl1ecipnUoe "

rchants \Willing To Underwrite payment of some $12,000 Spirit with MuMlc" Tuesday night! young ladles are also official accompanist -I da Crosby, Janie Rhoden. Mary provide that* they County Judge which ....l'IIC\.lt$ ? pa.'vsa'e "vit" "

worth of an old Issue of bonds Dec. 111, at 8 o'clock In the USO for the male chorus Julia Futch Mary Lee Conway, shall be juKUrof" |'hit Rma.ll : ..' {regular loca.1 \ $ bIll ....t- I

made by the board in 1923. together auditorium. A cordial invitationIs and glee club. Vonclle Roberts Pam Lawson, Claims I cov1 .* : ':,; ting up a, f mU Claims t .....', '

ion Junior Baseball Tournament with $3,930 worth of attached extended to all. Rev. Thomas Mitchell will givean Florence Martin Evelyn Tyler, In. his opinion:lCn'ltI saIdt l< ""Thls Bradford .Chanty .''- not advertlsed. -*"

coupons, and $16.12198 In Bradford High Is very proud to Introductory expression of "Our and Dorcas Hick office cannot, ftndflns not pass .

1 accrued Interest since date of ma- present a new organization In this Chrlstmaa! Spirit". The Male Chorus members In- upon or rendejt.>'la.n opinion a* to Presumably, If this act were at.
'turity. Wright held the bonds, refusing program- all-male chorus. Al- I
n. S. Partln supervising The merchants are placing $20, to answer any inquiry concerning so a male quintette. will offer a Ruth Chastain Parker la the dude: Richard Henderson, J. E.I the' constitutionality of Chapter tacked In the court and declared

pal of BH$, has accepted each in escrow, to be used only If 1 them. until just before the group of numbers.' The quintette director of choral music at Brad- I Moody, J. R. Underhill, Sonny 27257, since that I I. a function to unconstitutional, the county could

il 1 chairmanship of arrange- weather conditions should cause statute of limitations would run Include Earl Norman, Delano ford High and will direct these ''Tenly, Marklee Raulerson, Connie be' performed by the courts of this then proceed to set up Its Small

i for the State Tournament, expenses of the tournament to out. preventing him from recovery Thomas Arley McRae, Kenneth orgnnlcatlons.TjHhers Clarke Arley McRae, Ronny Pa- state when properly presented to Claim Court under ,provisions of

can Legion Junior Baseball, mount to the point where gate receipts under his suit. Tyus, and lOdward Parker. fur this occasion ale: tray, Edward Parker, Carl Johns, iii; and consequently both of the the General Act. tl

. will be held in Starke next would not pay out. The board had, made efforts to The Girls Glee Club, which has Helen Halncd, Sylvia May, PattyLawson
.t. He was appointed to this In order to obtain a State Tournament locate' the bonds and at length made several suCcessful perform- Jerry Dyal Nell Crawford Bobby
Pat Selg, Mary Crosby, Crews. Ray Harper, Bobby Willis. Red Cross Votes To
of the the host town the this will Chapter Assist
it a recent meeting must agreeto came to conclusion that they ijncea year present a and Muriel Norman. C. W. Slnde. Larry VanAlstine, m
Legion Post. PRY for rooms and meals for the were lost The court held, how- group of numbers. Allese Lawson,

H. Graham, president of the players on visiting teams. Consequently ever, that the Board waa liable for a glee club student conductor, will Member of the Glee Club are: Jimmy Weldon. Clifford Martin,

, Chamber ot Commerce, a few days of rainy full payment of the bonds and accrued make an appearance with the Patsy Benton. Elaine CoUon, Ray Brooklna, Delano Thomas, Armed Forces Blood DonorProgram
interest since for baton. Geraldine Hicks, Clara Johnson, David Woodtml, Rothelle Jones, i
i that local merchants are re- weather could make this expense money
payment of the bonds had never Tn addition to these two choral Julia Lawson, Allese Lawson, Freddie Johns, Kenneth Tyun,
well the would
dig to Legion's re- mount up as the players
organization, the Joyce Morgan, Jean Sllcox, Jose Carl!: Norman Tom Blade, Ronnie '
been combinedchoruses
with Bradford
tor financial backing In case have to remain here while waitingfor actually deposited the The County Chapter be sent In to collect the blood from
nnvtnsr B'Pnt. the Hanover Bankof will he presented.A phine King, Wanda Thornton, MrCh-lI nd. Terry Keleher, and
esther causes the tourna-, an opportunity to play. If American Red Cross, at a called I donor. A quota of 323: pints has
New York. Such action would duo-piano team, Julia Lawson Bonnie Clark, Evelyn Strickland Julian Wal dln. In'
| meeting the chapter room last been set for this
to be a money-losing propo- the weather is good. however, and county. i'
I lisve been necositary to stop the Friday afternoon, voted to participate Mr.
the games can be played off with Torode halt announced that '

nom said that merchants out delay the gate receipts should tunning of Interest, the court held. Rotary Governor Visits Local Club In the current Armed blood donor pledge can be mad j I I
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already posted around $600, take care of this expense, and Kelly Elected Forces Blood Donor Program. by calling Mm. L. O. Hazen, I II

,4weir more than half the the merchants who 'have posted Masons Elect With this endorsement by the I Pledge Chairman for the county, M!

I-I needed as a "guarantee". money should get it back. Gilbert S. Brown DIstrIct Governor J. C]. Spencer, .i ir Chapter, John Arthur Torode .I whose phone number I Ie Starke "
PMA Chafein oi Pal tkll paid his official visit Chapter chairman stated that he 73-J. '
Ol'bert S. Brown wall elected a,.. to the fltarkeRotary Club WedttVadny would announce a chairman for I It I III not parmlHsable for persoPJOC! 'I

HOLIDAYCALEHDAR "'''rshlnfuf Master of Bradford "'. 4 ; addressing the members l the program In this county In the, who hav, ever had Jaundice (true ,,?

T.o-lee No. :35.: F. A A, M. at the 'Eustace L. Kelly 4. New Hlvritj' *( their noon meeting and confer'WngjWUh ,. ,.\ near future and thiUt. *_ w'4. .ilowl.or "7flhLttL4hemirt j.rptmlt.: ',

"*nmt 101 l I'lp..tlnn-.ltt< the'. lodge was. hIghnlap , PL.tou.Andrer.' he iitade for. the j>''rtlclp ty\! ?uticooj'l..ratlon |, qF ,tifiaItt1Yslthjn'! the-i, ,mst, flvayear
FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 14 hall Tuesday' 'evening. consequently named' chairman of and Secretary John Godwin on of all local civic', 'I' to 'donate blood. Th/ .a"e '

30 P.M.Arrival of Santa Claun. Parade. Free Christmas Other officers. elected at ''thistme the Production Marketing! Admln- local Rotary administration And I I group, | limits are from, 21 to BO year, ,

candy. were". W.f? ''strfltlnn Committee for Bradford service activities. 'and from 18 to 21 '. .
: Ben Rowland. S. 'I. The blood donor campaign h.. with the written
30 P.M. Christmas Matron' Circle First I County ror the 1952$ piogra.ni. j Oovel'nor'Sp'n'er' Is well known consent of 1
Party Young Robert C. Bniksrjale., J. W.; CT E. been, undertaken parents. Men and
Presbyterian Church W. K.: Dowling residence. I 'Mcrnwall Treasurer: C. A. Futch. I I Th, annual election was heldSntimlay \ here, being nvinager of the Palatka l basis In view of on the a ,I' Vomen In the armed forces and

30 P.M.-Basketball. BHS v.. Ft McCoy, girls and boy. ""cretary: DelmA I... Thomas. : with 28 farmer voting' District, Florida Power & Light J It has been emergencyneed. that I married men and women under 21 I
In '
StarkH 16 In
Brooker. Co. that he has held
a position ,
Starke armory. V Lnvern H. Outlaw. J. D.: S'I: the Armed Forces, may give without parental consent -
"Molds." S. S.: S. R. Sparks, L. L. Dyal was second high: man I for the past. 20 years. He Is a _-' require'.3,00,000pints 'I

SATURDAY OKCKMBER: : 13 lain nncl, will serve as vice president. I[ charter member o( the I'alatka ./ of blood per month, while u*t I It .
: P. M. Barefoot Tyler, J. R. of lust It wa announced that Mr*. Mn"
The third member of I August wa coming In at
American Legion Dance, Starke armory Toby -hnntain, J. S. Jack McComb, I the committee* Club and hall a 30-year perfect attendance the rate of 30,000 Well will take pledges In Lnwtev
will be only pints
Leon Conner, who was record. I per
Mar. I and Negro School .
Dowdy orchestra. month. i[ Lucy
1 third high In i
Th. .. Master's Degree was conferred 1 : voting. I During his visit here the District' ',I Anne flumes will serve a* chairman :

SUNDAY, DECEMBER:: 16 at this meeting on Jack First alternate will be James I Governor pointed out that Rotary The Armed Forces Blond Donor!.], for the negro .sections. Sub. ,

30 P.M.-First Baptist Sunday School Beginner and Intermediates McComb. Rosier, and second alternate N. .J'I' International i Is attempting tol| Program. I I" a gigantic effort on thai] chairman In all localities will soon :

leave church for party at Baptist Orphanage. It was announced that all the Davis. i' create better understanding among; I part of the Depnrtment of Defense, be named.At I
The new officers elected In cooperation with the Red Cross
Jacksonville. lodges In the Eighth District will were the peoples of different nation !I the chapter meeting last Friday '

30 P.M.-Candlelight Christmas Sprvlce. "The Nativity," have a joint Installation of officersat from a proposed slate of 1,0 by"candidates" recently and, starting In 1947, began a six James 0. Spencerto snd Independent the civilian blood bank, topersuade I Mrs. Edwurd Hall )was elected"chapter t
a population to
Dec. year progiam which will Hoe I
Macclenny on Thursday, secretary to succeed Mrs.
Methodist Youth Fellowship, First Methodist :
committee contribute more blood to the Armed'
27. All Master Masons are Invited.I $1,000.000: spent III this effort. | students of 42 countries, with Florence Drown, resigned. I
Church. The committee has the Force, and to collect more blood
Any member expecting to attend ,I responsibility I i One of the ways this money isbeing grant. totaling more than $700.000 The resignation of Jack Trawick '
of administering all from Service and I
Is asked to notify the In' marketing In Founda. "Each this world-wide personnel civilian I I as First Aid I
!MONDVY, DECEMBER: 17 secretary I i i spent on Rotary year Chairman for the
quota employees bases In
on military
00 P.M.--Christmas Party, Methodist WSCS, educational advance. Refreshments will be : Bradford affecting : tion Fellowships wMch enable out- service organization continues to county was accepted and L. H. ;
County farmers the U. S.When I
served and i It Is necessary to know I the duringI |] standing graduate students to grow In numbers and strength. I Gibson was nnmed to fill this. posi .
building. coming L. L. I
00 about how many will be there. 'I year. Dyal was study for one year In countries During the last fiscal year, for arrangements have been tint Mr. Trawick will remain a* .
P ,
M. educational chairman
-Fellowship Supper, Methodist Men, the committee this ,
I other than their own, as good will example, 257 new Rotary Club completed here a mobil unit win W.fer Safety Chairman.i .

building. National Guard I year. > ambassadors Since the start of were organized In 35 countries In ,
30 P.l\f.-Parent-Teacher As"n. meeting to sack Chrbtmascandy this varied of Xmas Seal Returns Tun Oil Mill '
program four year ago.t t parts the globe, Spencer i i -
school cafeteria. Suspends Drills Funeral Sunday 284' Fellowship have been awarded stated I I '
Behind Last Year !! B Operations
30 P.M.-Christmas Party, BPW Club Howe residence. For Holidays I'' For Jas. A. McKelveyAt gins j jI

00 P.M.-Chrlstmaa Party, Eastern Star, Masonic Hall. For New Season
Pine Level ChurchF Record Cold Rites SaturdayFor Returns from Christmas Seals
Hq &: Hq Company 2nd Bn., In Bradford County have been disappointing '
121th Inf.. the local Guard unit Ii W. H. O'NealWilliam Operation for the new season
\ Record so far this year, according
toll Christmas Music program High School USO audi will drills for the i F A. McKelvey. 72. a resl Hot. began! at the Brooker lung oil mill I
suspend armory 'to Mrs. J. ft. Kite, seal
l Ident of
Starke for
torlum. weeks. the j the past 18 Henry O'Neal. 5U, build- on December 1 and will likely con
two during holidays sali I
I What Next? chairman. She stated that
00 years at his home here Friday .
part BHS. tinue until June.
school ,
-Elementary Christmas 24 to 7. Ing construction employee died
December. January i Dec. 7. Ife i iI while the sole of bonds. has Inerensed -
to 12BHS faculty Christmas Party, library. The last regular scheduled drill was a sawmill I Dec. 7 In Alachim General Hospital the return from seal.mall..d At the present time the plant I II.

00 PM.-Business and Program meeting. Baptist WMU, education will be held on Dec. 17 for this I health operator forced for many his year until III If the rest of winter turn out to after a lengthy Illness. Ho I .out I Is only about half of la crushing tung nut. and later on f
retirement He was native Blackshear will begin on citrus seed. Someof i
a of Ga.
and the first drill for the
I building. year, I was a native of Dalton, Ca. '! be as freakish a* the first part has what It was last year. The total
00> will be held on Jan. 7. and had lived In Gainesville for the the lung oil I Is used In the !
--Christmas Party and Supper American Legion new year i been, we hardly know what to expect -
I Ii
I Surviving his I So far from bonds and seals I 1.
are widow Mrs. past two I manufacture of varnish at BrookI
The quarterly unit payroll was years.Surviving I
Auxiliary, Legion Home. Husbands and children. I I |I t between now and spring.
i! the Atlanta Finance Josephine Carter McKelvey, only $550. Mrs.\ Kite urge all er, while the remainder of the out
30 forwarded three
j After are daughters,
record for
P.M. School Music Dept., i netting a early
--Christmas Program, BHS High I I Starke: three
USO. I I Office on Dee. 4 and members of I ly Edward, Mrs.daughters, Mrs. Sal.and1| low temperature with a near- Mrs. Mary Doris Adams, Gainesville I person who received seal through put I la shipped to paint and varnish I
Mary Magee,
00 P.M.-Installation officers OES Masonic Hall. Open meet- the unit are expecting their Mrs. Mettle Magee, all of Starke: I freexe early In November, the mercury -, Mis Myrtle Jane O'Neal and the mall to send their remittances manufactures In the north.
quarterly pay checks prior to the did a about face and Miss Lille Ma. O'Neal, both of '
I four quick In to her before the first of the About 12
and f
eons Henry Frank both person are employed
Ing. I II I I I
arrival of Santa Claus, to the : soared until it set a new high Starke and one son, Edward
of Starke Jack of Quincy, and year, In the crushing mill. ,
tune of about 4600. I r mark for December 7 and 8. O'Neal. Gainesville.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER: :: 19 I Cecil C. McKelvey, Nashville!,
I Tentative weekend firing dates ..,
ls Folks shed their and Funeral
coat -
services were held Saturday
Club, Legion Home. Tenn. and -
Chrlstmaa Party Starke Rotary : one ,
brother ,
Henry .
30 have been set for the months of I(sweaters and rolled up their sleeve afternoon at 4 o'clockn ;I : i
P.M.-Lion* Club Christmas Party, Lion Den. 1 of MeKelvey, living In Texas. I|
March and April next year. wh..n'the temperature'went well South Prong Cemetery with Rev. }fi: ;

THURSDAY. DECEMBER: : 20 ,'On these weekends member of I <,< Funeral services were held In above 8O last Friday afternoon. Ft. L. Lee. officiating. Arrangements 'hi L ,

30 P.M.-Christmas Party Lioness.. Club. Lions Den. I I the unit spend Saturday and Sunday the Pine Level Baptist Church, of A beaming nun gave the effect of were In charge of DeWitt : rl ;. :" :. : .
which he
Blanding firing the I was a member, Sunday .
I at Camp real mid-summer weather The C. Jones.
Christian '
Christmas play and program, Theremta afternoon 2
at o'clock. 1tI\
various weapons on the pistol : Jacksonville, Weather Bureau reported I :;.. .

Church. I range, rifle range and machine!I Interment wi. In Prevail Cemetery that It wa the hottest December ,teeidelltJamai es I "" <.. .
gun ranges. under the direction of DeWitt ,7 on record there .,
FRIDAY DECEMBER: : : 21 !I, ... ."
00 A.M.-Annual Kiddie Toy Matinee, Florida Theatre. Free I Each Wednesday night the 1' c. Jones. The record for Dec 8 was also New OldsmobileSamuel '

II Guard members and the genera] broken when the.mercury went to ,+;

10 P.M. admission all children. Dad Mfg. Co., I public are Invited to see the,,, Children's Committee R%. S Eaves, 702 Hampton "
-ChrUtma* Dinner. employees Big St., .
College I'ark, Ga.
was charged
war films and Information turns:I; Bradford County atrawb..rrlesr..ponded "
10 Methodist recreation building. that art being shown at the 'I Met Here Monday quickly to the warmth with Improper turning a* the result t '

P.M.--Marriage of Miss Anice Green to Harris Dittmar, armory. The movies consist of with the bushes full of bloom and, of an accident about 3 mile } .

First Baptist Church. films taken during World War II.,.: The names of three new members several pints of ripe fruit appes'ringover north of town on U. 9. 301 last ,
30 | were proposed at the regular
P.l\f.-Ba ketball, BHS vs. Callahan. Starke armory. showing_many of the campaigns]|'i the weekend. Saturday afternoon 17"
meeting of the Bradford "
Christmas play "The Nativity," Keystone Heights and Information bulletins put out, Children's County With, weather condition some- According to Highway Patrol V .. ,t-'
Committee Monday. 1 '
Baptist Church. during that time. j I what unsettled, however grower man Q. A. FI IlIn,,1m, Eaves made a \ .
They were: Rev. T. a. Mitchell,, I./ .
Recent enlistments In the unit are keeping their fingers crossed! left turn on to a graded road directly ; :
Rev. L. D. Halne.. and Dr. W. G. _
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23 Ocle D. McGee James V.I I for a freeze now would knock outa 1 in the path of another car -: .--- .. ._ .
were Woodham. The name will be -- -- ---= -- --- iI\a *'i\\ .
Candlelight Service Keystone Heights Baptist Underhill, and Edward A. Winkler. nice cr..p of fruit. i being driven toward Starke by .i
; sent to the State Commission for
Church, adult and youth choirs. Guy Andrew Andrew was driving 8MIUNU IIAPI'ILY over the first pints of strawberries grown

Christmas Play First ChrUtlan Church Starke. have been made I,I approval. Ullne To Shut Down a brand new Oldsmobile with In Bradford County thla season are Henry Hlnson (left) who grew
Tentative plana '
Sparks chairman of the
only 74 mile on It. the berries and donated them to the Starke Chamber
: 24 by higher headquarter for the unit, county committee, stated that no I For Two-Day HolidayThe of Commerce,
MONDAY. DECEMBER I Andrew.' car and Bill Graham, president of the Chamber who
McClellan Ala. was damaged to wa proud to
1)0) P,M McRae to Vernle to return to Camp report was received at this meet- receive
-Marriage of MEsa Gwendolyn the extent of about $230.: whileEaves' them. The berries were auctioned off for benefit
Church. next July forts annual two weeksof Ing from the new Juvenile Court 2-V employee of Hum- of the C of C, and
Eugene Thornton. Pine Level Baptist car suffered about $350 brought $20. Another
pint was brought In the
field training.Although I I that was. recently placed in operation phreys Gold Corporation will get a same day by Mrs. Jeff

WEDNESDAY: Y, DECEMBER: 26 drill have been suspended -I here. Monthly report are I two-day holiday when the plant damage No one was Injured. Lewis, and the first pint to be received at the SUrke State Farmer.

10 P.Chrlatm. Pageant. State Prison. Raiford. Public for two week during the,I supposed> to be submitted by the shuts down December 21 and 29. With Eaves!: at the time was a market was brought In Monday by Areatha Denefleld of Lawtey Unless -

Invited. holiday, the armory will be open I court to the committee. Sparks Ordinarily the plant, engaged In friend W F Booth of Route 2, a freeze should come along and spoil thing, Bradford Jfrowrra

for Information and administrative I said. I mining llmenite runs "arourul the I I, Starke. Andrew was alone. should be harvesting considerable fruit before Christmas

= purpose*. clock". seven day a week.

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PAGE TWOBradford
.. ... Ward Thomas ,
T7 i. l i BUY ESTEKBROOK The To: tansy whoserealdene. ,
'I kinsman, W. t. Armstrong. Interment loa Is: Route 4, Monroe, day uof i..>.'. '0 r '.
with point .r.
Fountain Pen a Carolina.You the '''' ,
TelegraphESTABLISHED was In North Carolina and BROOKER Brad are hereby notified that a will\ altAllkl I ", 10'!
County $2: complete. be lal
STATE on their return trip from there to every use. putt for Divorce ha been filmgalnit This n", 'II. .' "nt., .01..
ford County Telegraph. you In the above named. Once ... .''-<.11 l
187O E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN."-.DITOHrubllnlied By Mr,*. Bryan YVhitflelil their. homes in Dover Sunday Mrs. Mrs. E..1. Lewis Court and cause. and you are required Weeks each III w.(ii.. ,r ,'u bo,
Alllene Armstrong and Mr. and NOTICH TO 'PP"Ut to serve a copy of your an. T"'R''h' Eadfm
Every rrld yClass and Entered as Second Mrs. T W. Offline and their daughter and tit Circuit Court, nradford Count. war or pleading the complaint, fluted th" ';II,
: Bridge C'luh Meeting" Miss Lubedla Plnholster" on the Plaintiff's Attorney Ev.nT sit\ "t
the Post Office at Starke. Fla. Enza Lou were of Mr fl.rldm CaawoeFy.Paultns .. Plaintiff.. Evans and Neal D. Evan. Jr. 1951.OF'oFI( ,
Matter at Mrs DeWitt Sinclair eflt guests I' Mrs Nora Sapp visited Mrs Dave Howlen l.an .y I 3 Law Exchange Building, Jack.sonville : lAt." BF.ALBY : ,
the State Farm Bridge Club I and Mrs. Rosier for a few hours.Mr. I Green in Alachua County Hospital Ward Thomas Ijiney .. No. 8116 Florida and file the origin.at Myrtle't' lb. Ar
and In the off1';; it the Clerk of the D..r, I d
Mrs. Albert
Yarboroughand I Friday afternoon. It Is reported
Member i 1951 dessert-bridge. at her home I :Nalco To Affnr. i, 11
, day afternoon of last week.. their children of Gainesvillewere that she !is slowly] Improving.Mr. !. '
the party rooms artistic Sunday visitors of Mr. and' and Mrs. T. W. Markey .
.1.SO For Six Months.Read Mrs E. J. Yarborough. I spent Sunday visiting Mr. and
BubMTlptlon! 112.T5 Annually ments chrysanthemums ; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley had Mrs. R. K. Dukes and family near WEEK

J.noted.G. Godwin Prize who winners had high were as their tea guests Sunday Mr. Lake Butler. Low-Y Prices!, END Specials
I In contract and Mrs Louis and Mrs. Vance Geiger, Mr. and We are glad to report that G.] to
W. Hazen Is out of the hospital
Section Mrs. Jim Turner, Mr. ,and Mrs.
The Special School who held the lucky card In and Is upending a while in Starke
Bradley and their daughter
Tupixrr Party with his son and daughter-in-law, .
t The attention'' of our readers Is called to the special sec Mr. M. L. (Crews Jr. was Gloria, and Mrs. Audrey 911- Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. "wwow- "' ':" i iy I
tion in this week's Telegraph devoted to telling the story of at a Tupper. party at her cox, all of Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and \\\\\\\\\\w. 'III/IIIIIII/I/I/1JIj;
the schools of Bradford County. I last Tuesday afternoon. In Mrs. W. E, Feagle Mrs. E. baby daughter Sherry Beth, of St.
lion to the demonstration ,Yarborough and little Rita ] visited their ,
of the type J'I I I Augustine parents r
This section provides an outstanding example
visited Mr. and Mrs. George last
w Ing games afforded Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano
which exists the school personnel in '
of cooperation among Each guest was presented In. Hampton Wednesday. weekend.
this county. Every teacher, principal, administrator, and plastic souvenir of the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday guests of Mrs. N. C. LOVETTS
other officials of the school system made a contribution in M.... Crews nerved sandwiches W. O. Engram were Mr. and Mrs Mott were, M... and Mrs. Edgar I
I the preparation of material in this section. Coca-Cola. to those present I Delbert Crews and Mr. and Mrs, Wilkinson, and son of Starke N.

No Individual be credited for making this I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jimmie McRae and their son C. Mott and Mr. and Mrs. Her- F '
one may
Michael, of Starke. schel Layfield and children of,
about had a. their dinner
the of Bradford County guests
special effort to inform people their'I
evening Mr. and Mr. E. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and Gainesville, and Mrs. Jack Sim. :::
their schools. The credit must go to the entire membership Crystal River. Ernest their daughter., Cynthia and Prls- mons and children of Mopteoche.Mr '
of the school staff. In instance, the individuals called and Mrs. T. W. Markey and
'" every of OcalS:.alRo visited Mr. and cilia of Live Oak spent Saturday ////'"'-
of the manuscript were most willingto Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and children
upon to prepare a part 'Markham Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox.
do so, and were eager to have the opportunity of presenting Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Mr. and Mr. Dave visited' Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Quantity Rights Reserved. Prices Good Thru Sat., De,

their phase of the school program.A I Thomas had as their visitors Thornton had as their guests Mr. Dukes Friends at of Dukes Sunday. who
Stanley Crosby
proclaimed that: Roberta Crutchfleld and Mrs. Cleve Brannen and their i
headline in the daily press/ recently and her. Is In the IT. S. Army will be gladto '
of School Problems. We I Freddie of Lakeland and M. daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
I "Florida Parents Are Unaware know his address: Pvt. StanleyB. Call Street '
believe that after reading the four-page section-. this issue! F. Lfcks and Mrs. Irene Brannen and their daughter of Crosby, U. S. 53043455, Hq. &: 152
the parents of Bradford County will have a better under- of Palatka. Lake City; Mrs. Andrew Crews. Hq. Co., 8th Cav. Regt., A.P.O. Starke Florida
but also of the aims objectives Accompanied by Miss Sue and her daughters and Mrs. Cecil 201, c/o P. M. San Francisco Toali ,
standing, not only of the problems,
Brannen of Lake Butler and L. L.
in Bradford of the University' of Florida Calif. He will be glad] to receive
. and accomplishments of the school system Starke Miss Peggy Caldwell Thornton and his daughter, Miss your ]letter.. .
t County. We heartily recommend this section as "re.I the weekend with Col. and Cleo Thornton, of High Springs Mrs. Rosa Plnholster and Mrs.

I. quired reading" for all parents and others interested in our ( W. Griffin In St Augustine' Mrs. P. S. Denmark Sr. spent M. F. Wiggins of New River spent Maxwell House Vac Pack
schools. Mrs. W. K. Feaglo visited Sunday night! and Monday with the weekend in Jacksonville visit
brother and siater-ln-law, Mr. ; Mr. and Mrs P. S. Crew. ing friends and relatives.
Mrs. C. G. Edward., In Mr.. and Mrs. Edgar Faulkner W. B. Moore spent Friday In
fence! Clothing ville Tuesday and Wedne of Jacksonville spent Saturday with Fort Myers. Can

(\II I ALVAREZ I S'fORJ1 ,,stabhshed 189 II this Friday week.Mr. and Mrs. P. S. latter's L. Crews.parents Mr.. and Mrs. A. Brooker Auxiliary Fireman's MeetingThe Auxiliary COFFEE.Lb.; 7

had as their guests Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Brannen met at the home of Mrs. Wilson ( 1, Please)

William F. Atwood and Mr. spent the past weekend with Mr. Green Monday night with 10
I lit I'll. Spencer Crews and their. I and Mrs. Jack Nelson In Jackson members present. Motion was
made that each member. give $1
35. Billy of Jacksonville. ville.Mr. for the toys for the Donald Duck "Superfresh"Mayonnaise
r Community
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mrs. J. W. Ritch had
Christmas tree. The next meetingwill Grnnber
Lt. and Mrs. J, R. Jones and as' Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
-r-- be held at Mrs. Ralph Hazen'a,
two / : '' Sons were In Dover D. H. Dampier and son of Jack .
,, December 17 at 8 p.m.Foreign 29
1rlr1.4. J r tl I attend funeral. services for sonville. Mission ProgramThe Pt

W. M. S. met at the Com Sauce
Ton II -
["Jf sasruA.w..e munity Center Friday and observed -
a very Interesting Foreign Mission Villa Brand Chocolate Covered

Chevrolet Trucks 500 OTHER MAKES: From where I sit..! 6y Joe Marsh program. Mrs. Eugene Crosby -
IN STOCK president gave the devotional. "MINOT"Brand
Mrs. James W. Thomas program Cherries LbBox49c 13 1
} chairman, was In charge. The No. 300 Can
2-Speed Axle --- Long and Short Wheel I II program was opened with prayerby
I I Sign of a Nice Guy' Mrs. Wilson Green The ladies
participating on the program were. Green Giant Great Big Tender

1949's LONG WHEELFor Misses Lubedla Pinhnlster Iva
Mae Lewis, Mrs. M. O. Harrrll, ; Peanul
12 or 14-Foot Body 1,095.00For Got BO around these parts that From.where I sit, Happy has! Mr/. Lloyd, Barry Mrs Earl Willis Sweet 17Yzc
everywhere a hunter went this fall once again shown why ho gets Mrs, H. C. Douglas, Mrs Wilson -
16-Foot Body 1,195.00 he came up against signs saying along with everyone and why Green antI! Mrs. R. F. Gano. !
Short Wheel Base 995.00 "PRIVATE FKOPBRTT HUNTING everyone respects him. Happy's The program cloned' with prayerby Butter
KEEP orr. Uut not out at Happy likes and dislikes might not be thePreston's Mrs. M. O. Harrell. Duringthe Florida Crystals
his neighbors'. but thatdoesn't noon hour the ladles were
placet same as
r 1950's With Above Wheel Base $200 HigherAlso "PRIVATB stop him from underlanding. served. del/ .Ubu8 sandwiches cookies -DONALD
Happy's signs say When It to opinions on and: .ee. 5 Lbs 45c
PROPERTY, GOOD HUNTING, BUT BB of .Sunbeam BandThehnunbeam Sugar' DUCK"12oz. 21 2 2You
large selection of new and used Farm Tractors CAREFUL" hunting farming,',fishing whether politics ways favorite Band met! at the Gloss

and !Machinery. Drop us a card or call Miami 77570 -, I ,Don't hunt myself," Happy says' or your. Community Center Wednesday afternoon
beverage Is beer or cider, try to,be
780152'and our'reptateiitaUve, ( will call on you. "but there's plenty of game on my like Happy and the chances are Dec. 5, at 3:30.: theme of
I tell the hunters where the program was "Light! From The
the property.beat pots are-away from you'll be really happy! t Christmas Star. For the Lottie I 'Can't Bake Wrong With- (Limit 1 Can PieBakeRite

WILLIAMSON MOTORS where I'm working and where. nobody Moon Christmas offering the chil-
else. i Ie hunting. It works. out c90e1,( hi dren put their offering In an en-
pretty well all-around." velope which looked like a Christmas Lb
5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI FLA. package and hung It on a 3 8
poster Christmas tree. For their
i Copyright,19S1, Unite States Bremen Foundation Christmas party each child drewa Can

poster candle which had the
date of the party, and the name
of the person they were to bringa
gift to. While the children were U. S. "Choice" Eat-RHe FRESH PORK
enjoying refreshments, Christmas
Carols and songs were played., ROASTFRESH T TI

o Each child was given a "Holy :" ... .,,:
Night" booklet by the leader. ,
2 r Those attending were Mary Jane :.' :' !t1.
Blgham. Ann Galney Galle Mott PICNIC lb 3
4 '->#
Gene Edwards Annette Dukes,: HAMS
Patty Bigham Andy Galney Dan. Full Cut' "EatRite"Round
ny Parker. Gulnn Thomas. William FRESH
Harrell. Marcia Green. Barbara lb 4
lo'Wer costs Jean Green, Janice Green, Richard Steak $JJ08 BOSTON
hauling. Mott, Mrs. Bill\ Bigham and Mrs. Lb BUTTS"EatRite"
O. J. Mott, Counselors

.: I I Junior R.\ :MeetingThe Choice Grade "A". QulrkFChuck

Junior RA's met Monday
t night In the home of the Counselor, CHICKEN I
America has mad. Chevrolet durable channel-type frame; Roast. .Lb69c
!Mrs. H. C. Douglaa. They observed -
Advanc.-Daign trucks Its rugged rear axle and dozen the Week of Prayer for PARTBacks

? No. 1 choice, because Chevrolet of other money-saving advantages. Foreign Missions with six boy

____._ # trucks consistently do more work Follow the lead of present. They meet every Mon 7" Cut Rib Roast Lb. 89c

r for the money cut hauling America's largett group of truck day night and aU boys betweenthe 2 Lb.

I costs. This outstanding ..conowners. Choose_ a Chevrolet to attend.ages of 9 and 13 are. Invited. Plate Stew 39c

omy stem from Chevrolet'. Advance-Design Truck and Wings 2 th.

great engineered .atur.ssav.1) Come In and CARD OF
tee us- THANKS I Lb-
do work for Hamburger 65c 2 Lhl,
e a to more your money powerful' volv..in-h.ad.ngln., get the right' truck for your {lob. To the many white and colored 1 I Gizzards

.. friends we wish to express our ap-I
tis-+_ ye''ttf predation for the kindnesses hownus Kraft's
In our recent distress caused Philadelphia
by the loss of our home by fire i
--, We haven't words to
Y express our

Y everyone gratefulness of you.toward May each God and add I 1 Cream Cheese 22

more blessings to you.The James
Robinson' family.Stomach .

Distress In Gift Box:! Large Size Delicious Dbdana or Huso Fro"
Is Gone
After Ten

Years of APPLES Strawberrie
: Suffering 25 Lb Box S369
> + 1
s a man recently stated that Sweet ** 2
for 10 years he was troubled with Juicy .Eating Sliced! Pk4

stomach felt worn distress out and and terribly was] weak run PEARS 2 Lbs 29 Sweetened Hines I Fro

down and he had tried many med. Duncan: r
icines but with no effect.. Recent
ly he started taking INNER-TONE New Emperor Orange Jug
and says after only two
days he

JsArR regular started, feeling headaches better.are. gone System and he It GRAPES 2 Lbs 29 6 Can 99:

eats, sleeps. and feels fine In fact
} Is an altogether
More dxmfer fr iTCTTelfc man.
M eny eiA r motel INNER-TONE la the new formula I. ,
(C..tI""aIlOfta"Io""nlequrp-"Irl"nru. ; of juices Trom nature's
IroM if dp.d of .. avoilob
and nerve strengthening VITA-
o MINE B-l. B-2, and B-6 It has
relieved many people who had I
TORODE CHEVROLET CO. never been really helped before by

any medicine. Taken shortly before .

PHONE 111 STARKE FLA. CALL AND COURT STS. and meals aids It digestion mixes with"thus your eliminating food- a

gas and bloat", So don't
go on suffering? Get INNERTONEat
KOCH drug store (Adv.)

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n."n"-"A' DEC141951, II

r FXT.MBEB 1951 BRADFORD OOTTNTT : !' JUt'"m" A pap nmr


welcome phone calls Dec. 23. A lanuary 7. 1951, In the above n..m..d'o..rt <.tilt Court on or before. the Slut slaV such certlflcat or certificate I *.J Tr ("laiide ITyman Jr, who** rs
: and
concerning automatic oil
new burning heating 21 on Sunday.
: lilent .
and < aue wherein plalntlfl of cemhr. JIIU l.: otherwise lbs will be aold to the niche daltvlll. Virginia.You
them. The number Is Keystone plant In the club houne. About candlelight service will be ob .rekK dUnrce, support money, etc alienation of said Complaint will bidder at the court. house on are hereby notified that a
ne11ts Heights 2871. Bradford Countv ehalouMleh be taken a* confessed by you.. the First. Mondav: In the Month of null for Annulment has been filedrugatn"t ]
250 and served. There will sermoflin
persons they l thin (titter In next four This notice hall tie publlihed '''nin'v.' 'I9li3: wliloh I is the 7th day / y.... in tli. .r>..... named
Rotary Dlxtrlct Governor cleared about $150. The committee song" both adult and young weekly! iNNuenVttneriH one each wk for four consecutive. .if :In unary, tltltgDiitid (r'nurt unit, .aiiM.. and you are re*

;;; IH Honored Vinltor was headed by Frank M. peoples choirs taking part. my hand and ,offlrla week in the Bradford County. T.I.. t : thin 20th dny nf November .,",Ir..d. i. netve. a copy of your. *nier _
; ArtUItlesah
lr seal at ".ark... Florida, thin I>erem.her graph. Iti.lKiFFlciAL: 'r pleiidlna- the complaint
Club of Keystone The Rotary Club of Keystone Walrath Jr. Cooks were Frank Mra. R. O. Mann 1 l .lie Heights was host to J. a. Spencer Walralh Jr.. Lon Rushton Cam Church Publicity Chairman ( PK 1121 A J Thi.-na' I IC mi iif Circuit Court of T R\BII anil xal n. Evans, Jr.,
joyed a weiner roast 'A. Clerk of ,ald f urt: I OFFICIAL PEAL) A. 3. Thoma Bradford County Florida. 101 Law Kx.-honae riiillrtlnK, Jack
:J at the borne : Governor of the 242nd District of Bastedo and Erwin Mentzeu': I Bv. Myrtle T Pemer peputx fl"rk. I Clerk of the Circuit' Court I 11/13:! 4t 1211O onvllle. riorlda anil rile the orlwtn-.
Imas party Rotary International on Frid'ay cook'g -hflptrs Don Pangborn ;.. '' he.pi. I) H..... 104-0' Ollaraim life Py Myrtl T. Davr. Deputy Clerk .1 In the rierk of the Cluult Courton
find M", Chllds on Crystal Oldie .ln.k'.nvllle. Klaf. I IO 4t i21OTICR / i >'O'I'U' '10 'p..a HI 01 before I"" 24th day of T>.-
Wednesday evening. I December 7. Mr. Spencer Is man- Marty Martin. S. E. McKay and tH" "| rif I! 4\ I 12/I I rlrrult .........,. Itrndraril ('...*.r. cember. I 1061.: otherwise the alleiratlon .:
I lint" R cer of the Florida Light and Dlst. Gov. Jim Ed WljcKins /HEILBRONM TO APEtR r'lnrlitn' la Chancery.Mhw of ald Complaint will betAken
L were present Guest. Spencer. In Clrealt ..... tlrailriird .. l*. <-rejl. (>>rt. Bradford ('....t,.. I" Vm1"\v, Plaintiff vi Albert a* Confessed by you.
people Power .r' ( .t
Co. Falatka District served. Al Triorlilat .
and Scott .
Mrs. William and Frank Vlrlilai In fkanrerr.Ary F" Ynnilow, DefeniliintCa This notice shall ".. puMlnhedonce
M Mr', and ts a charter member of the Palatka Nelson and Al Watson purchasedthe By Marian Norman Lorraine' In f hniievrr. rturton fbae, Plaintiff v*. I[ .. No S7I7fl each wk for four rf.nctitlvweek .
Ltd Mr, and :Mrs. Jack El- Sihnaliel. plaintiff. vi.Kenneth Isabel N. Cha.*. Defenrlant.Cae. ,.* ..>* '!'.> ,l.ienv.Ti .. In the Bradford County, 11-
distributed and Rotary Club where he has a 30- food and Mrs. Huntley Red- J. Mrhnaliel nefendHntCe No. Blot *' Albert *' Yandow, a'lse. reel.dene arnpn.natil.

J Gifts were year perfect record of attendance.I fearn and Mrs. Lon Ru.hton mixed I Order of PnhllrInn. ted \:.><.0.,...BROS To Nettle To A"....,. I I.: II Mnrnlna'ld Drive" ICatlirlKlol this 20th day nf N '"emlier.
meeting was i .
business .. Tot' Isabel N. Oliap. vhope Conn.You ,19111.
rma1 Richard Lyons He served as president of the the salad and hush puppies. Ben |i The regular meeting of the Hellbronn SpPNP. Kenneth' ..). Of 1I'hnah..l.Vho.Klorlda. T.lPvt .. dance and addren I ia: '9 1'.1-1 are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. 3. Thomas*
j. Father Palatka Street, Auburn New. Ynrk. .tilt for Divorce hits been filed ( Clerk of the Circuit Court.
ChjlUn 1928-29 and served Rose headed the ticket committee Home Demonstration club re.ldem-e and ft.l congratulating mem- j You are hereby notified. against you In th. named P Myrtle '1'. D.aver Deputy Clerk.
briefly the work they as secretary for six terms. and the champion Rotarian ticket -'ft the the home of Mrs. Tullle l'4th 'I' C* Mlnl Sod.' MAFF1\ PanMnl suit (or IXvorc, .award of minorchildren Court and cause and )'o..tlb are reqtilr r n/ta 4t i/i
i club on Area. llempitled, Ij. t. s..w
!$,? to Defendant and other .d to of '
At the seller was Don Pangborn. |" Norman Tuesday. Mrs. Marie York relief serve a copy your -
Assembly at
noon has been filed airalnut you In the answer or pleading to the coin., NOTICETOAPPECR" ,
ng. the District Governor pointed out Champion non-Rotarian ticket demons presided over the meet- Tint. tire i-ertnlred tn appear onTanunry above named Court and I can*. and plaint on the Platntlfr Attorny, !. ("I....l. Co.... Rradr r4 C.....,,
| January meeting wfll be a seller was Eulle Ruohtoti. Mrs. Cox council T. lIt.2! In the above nnmedo you are required' to serve a ropy of "ivan 1', F.v.n8n,1" Neal D Rvan. Florida his Ckaaverr.
tlng delegategave .
that Rotary International Is attempting young | .n ft unit '* '*' herein 1 plaintiff I .
supper followed by awon : : your answer or pleadlna. 10 the cornplaint Jr. 101 Law Kxchanr. Irulldlna. William Christopher Knapp Plain'
1 dIsh Mr. and Mrs. Spencer were entertained a o- the executive seek divorce I cttfttndv ? niTnor, .
to create better under- report hlld.. | nil the Plaintiff Attornev. Jackonvlll, FloiUMn and file the tiff "". Dorothy Kllaabeth Knapp
( of building plans. standing the at bridge at the home of council. Mis. Ross Home Demonstration andthee' relief TTadfnrdrounlv T Frank t...".1...."' "1"" ".. Florldn rlkln.1 I In th. oflJfVe' of the Clerkof Ovfenitant, v Can No 7tNoflr .,
Telegraph shell "bllnhhl.
line l Invited, to come and among peoples of the and file the orlalnal' I.h.* offlnaof the Circuit Courron or before the *> T. Ap......
world and. starting In 1946. began Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay. Mrs. i Agent gave an Interesting Order In .next four weekly iaies.VItne the Clerk of the dimlt Court on 24th day of December' Iftftl : other.wise To: Hornthy Kllinbeth: Knapp.nho .
H dish. Time and place wm a six McKay was assisted by Mrs. Al,I demonstration on Christmas good seal 1 my hand and official, or before the Hat dny of December, the allegations of said. Com. ** rnufdvncM and add'* I.: n.
year program to rain at mark, Florida, this November
lounced later. i iI.dlps 19&1 : otherwl alleirntlona of ald plaint will be taken *s confessed by Irving Avenue Brooklyn Nv( Tork.
ies. .
The 311111.OFgICIAI.
and Gertrude Houser.
Nelson Miss members
J1.SOO.OOO In this exchanged notiiied
effort. Nimplalnt
will be taken You thatunit
aa con- arc hereby e
( of the organization I Mrs. Spencer was presented witha Christmas gift they had made. i ( 813Af.> A. J, Thomas, teased by you. you.Thl'. notice shall h. published one for Divorce h.. been filedaaalnat
A Clerk of paid
One of the this la : Court. ech week for four conecntlv
ways money Thla notice shall he publishedono In the above named
ijrtued some beautiful dolls gift from the Club.Bachelor There'were six members BV' Myrtle T. Heaver Deputy Clerk weeks. In the Hradforil Tel. you ,
being spent Is on Rotary Foundation present. I Alan C. Winter. Jr. 40.1 each week for four ctonaeoutlv County Court and came and you are r.. ,
|, They are on dlsli Vmlth HullitInar. wek. In the Ilr ad ford rrntih.
rltmas. DinnerEighteen Mr. and Mrs. County quired to serve a copy of your an'wer
Felix Sapp' J. S. Jnckfinnvlll, :Florida .
Fellowships which enable craph.Hated. Dated thla 20ih day of November, pleading' to tha complainton
I the Keystone Beauty Shop. outstanding graduate students to friends and neighborsof Sapp Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mrs i Atty. for rif. izy? 41 1S this. 2th day ..( November I 1M th*or Plaintiff. Attorney, T Frankrandrum. .
of Lake Geneva (OFFICIAL SRAL': ) A. 3. Thomaa.
fe \ft Cooper Key Sargent gathered for a LeRoy Norman Sr. mi.OFFICIAL gtarke. Florida. and rile '"
: for
and wiUL666 study one year in countries %OTIOK' or .1"1"1.1"1'10''" SRAL A. 3. Thoma. Clerk of the Circuit Court tha original. In the office of the
SrWe .
/ of the project I other than their own, as good will bachelor dinner at the Keystone i funeral of Mrs. J. M. Hudson In FORT'" ...:..:n Clerk of the Circuit Court. My Myrtle T. Deaver Deputr: Clerk. <-erk| of the Circuit Court on or
Inn last Thursday night on the Wlldwood Thursday. NOTICK IH } : \ : Rv: Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk 11/23 4t 12/14 before the J4th day of necember.Iffftt .
ambassadors.The I I that T J. Alderman. th h..r.I..F; of 11/80 4t 12/21 : otherwise. the alTeajatlona of .
I Keystone Club eve of his wedding. Claude Prescott and his bride the following I certificate ha. filed 1\I0'rl.0. TO Appn, ,nIK said Complaint. will na taken as con ,
Height. Those present were Lindsey 'the former *aid oerllflrnte. for a tax Iieed tn NOTICK' or 'rriio\Tio'v FOil Circuit ( ..,.. llraitforil Ca r.KIrMt teased by you..
timed one of Its Nellie Gatlen. and ills he lmied TIIIOKII In < .
community activities thereon. Th certificate haaeery.n Thla notice shall b* pnbllahed!
to coincide with Governor Walker F. M. Walrath. Sr.. F. M. mother. Mrs. Doshla Prescott of Number-and Year. of Iiiance, the NOTICTJ m ni-iKi lIVEN: Funk, plnlntlff' v*, ("'. Franklin one **ch week for four connecutlv.
Walrath Jr., Al Nelson. K. Stitch- Brooker descrIption of the property., and the That C A, Kulch and .1. M 81.*- Funk Defendant ('".. No B790 week In the Bradford County Tle- ,J: .
Spencer's visit to show him what were visiting his aunt name In which It wa assessed ar* trunk the holder, of the following 1\1..11. To Appe ,. araph.Dated.
the Club Is doing. They held berry. Dewey Willis, Leslie Beas- Mrs. R. M. Johnson. Mrs. John a* follow: Cltv ,.f Htark tax certificate have To C, Frnnltlln, Funk whoa.' renl.dene this ifllh( day of November :
I a lay M. M. Sargent. Ed Wiggins son has been Certificate No. B1 Year of 1.*... filed stud certificate for a tax !la: (7 Suet WanhlitRton Street, mi
fish fry In the Woman' Club. the confined to bed for anr May SI, A n 1MTne deed to h* Issued thereon. 'l'h. certifirst MnKemtown, Maryland (OFFICIAL !SRAt.! ) A, J. Thnmaa.
*M TAhITI-5MI WT MUU proceeds to toward Installing a Ray Starnes C. E. Mitchell S. E. ,j i the past six weeks. She I. Improving ..erlptlon of Property. NF.', of Viimhera and "Year of Ia.stiance You are hrehy, notified that Clerk nf the Circuit Court.
\INV' go McKay Al Watson Huntley Red- and NRiJ of NW>4. Section 24 Township the riencrlptlon of the prop nit for Plv.... h.. been .. Py Myrtle T. I>*avr, Deputy Clerk.
I hopes to be up In 5 ....u'h. flange It Kant: 1A Acre. arty and the name In which It was attain. v.... In the Shove "" ..1 11/IS 4t / .
ream Tommy Trlste. Don Pang- 'I another two weeks. Name In which assessed: C. OHunter aP.Cssed ar" a. follow: Court and cause and you are r..qulrd I -
SNOW\ WHITE born and Bill Whlteslde. A good (Ortlflcal. No .. Year of h.... to serve a copy of your answer In rlrr.lt. .....,.. nrailfnrd Con.t r.Klnrlilni .
UTSIDE PAiHT Church Neus .. inc tty 31, 114) pleading to the .
time had all In the usual Certificate Nn 71 Year of T u- or complaint on the la Chnnrerr..li .
was by The alice Slav 11. A T 1M7rie ecrlptlon of Property. Lot 2 of I'lnlntiff Attorney, Kvnn T, I0vn; TITANIUM LEAD and OIL tradition of the bachelor dinner. dntAof the Hellbronn Homecoming .oriptlon, of Property: PW' of nik 27, E". 1>1. 70 ft. of Origins I I 'and Neal D. Evans. Jr., 10S Law TGx.: ,t Hay Miller. Dvfendunr
GD has been changed from the !"'V1',, ,. ,.tlnn H. Tnvvn.hlp, Mouth Purvey Town of Stark Section. 111, I'hiinire TttillillnT, .lacknonvttle Flor. "'a... Nn 8 ZOriler
$4.95 VALUE..... The groom-to-be was presented I I I first nurture JJ East. >n Acre Townnhlli A South, Hunae 22 KimtNam 1 Ida and file th. orla-lnnl, I In th* of. Of Pahllraflxn And 'Voile* T.
A Paint you cJ*> depend .*) $250 with some Interesting and amusing Sunday in January to the first Nine In which aneeiiKed. John In nhlch AeMeiI.: Itlll Car- fli-'. of the Clerk of Hi. Circuit Court ........ *.... of Pint-Ida Toe
not t. pee" ...... wash off and understand !,, Sunday In March. Jnhn.nn.t'ert'tca. antaaa.Certificate. on or before the 24th duty of tIe.ccuitlwr Itobert liny Milieu, Al 1':3.: whne reelilenre '-
__ gift. we some very i: 'e No BT. Year. of |*au> No. S. Tear of Imuanc 1951 : othrwl the allaatlou and address I I.: VK-173 t'M S.K .
'ulu ,.a_....... o.sy. II amusing tales were told with E'I[ Our Sunday school has started an- Mnv i 81.0 1411TtCeerlptnn ;May 211. 194*. of .*uld I Complaint will betaken ..HI>.X I'V-n.. ../.. Fleet l'ot Office,
bock ...__.... M Cot c- of Derlptlon. of Property. Com. at confelined Nan P'ran'iseu, Calif
'.*. pRacticing for the of Propel tvVH: a by you.
I o- ........ ........ ...... ....Ight Stltchberry taking the prize In this Christmas pro- fl", nt :o1W'1'( ... *- 5 In CW farSection N ("r. of W'i! of fll':',, or NKM and This notice shall. b* publlhed You r.14.; renulred:' to appear on
.'s. ..e..... -.wge for ....... 'paW department. !!|'gram. The date will be announced a 'v l. cC F.14 ef 11I"II\ .r ""wi 4. run W 178 ft for Pt, of He.r. thence once each. week for four consecutive J.. lOtS. In the above nam.
...... -.. ..d cIoocIw 20 Social' Item I "' II Township 6 Hnuth' Tlnn** It"nV.. 80 1".1:1.: lOll ft., K. 60 Ft N week In the Ilradford County 'Tel. ed Court and ran**, wherein plain
tiff Keek Hradforil CuntyTelegraph
-- laj.er.We ion Kt, tn T'01 Hetj, of Mlac ...ph.
,. 't Acre*
,tL block. ...... ci... SOc. Mrs. Frank Walrath Sr., gave are glad to see part of the I nN':;:.: I''; which; *ptieiiedKrneet: : Clarke' In Section 211, TownshIp 8 Kiiteil till Blat day of November, hall. publish. this. OrderIn
.... M..y 0. ..... FacI-w..... card :' blocks for South flange 22 Seat 1911OFFICIAL* nest fobr weekly: I.* ..
-: the first of the progressive I our new Sunday School PellCertlflcat Nan. S11JAT.l5.: .1 Thoma Witness. my hand and official
x < 34 Year of I"*u. In which Aiteedt' (1. H ( .
parties which the Woman's Club I|I rooms already on, the church sore June II A f* 1944.T Mill Is. Clerk. of tb. Circuit Court. enl at 'flnrktt. "Florida, this .". ...-
SNOW WHITE PAINT CO. Is Wednesday afternoon. grounds. More will I >*.nr.rlnttttn' o* Prone* v: Con 4211ft. ('..rtlrlc.,* No.4, Year. of Iniiiianc ... Ily Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clark her II. Idlll.OFFICIAL.I. ,
starting be brought .N from liP: Cnr of "W'.r PW'i Mav 21, 1H4*. 11/2S 4t 1214OTITK ( PRAT. A. : Thorn*
P. O. Box 86 Each guest paid a small fee and this week. Come on folks let' : run W ItS ft N HO ft K 115 ft RRA Decrlptlon or Property l"5. 17S Ft All Clerk of paid Courtfr
Jacksonville, Fla.TRANSFER get them : ft tn pt nf her Section 21, of N lOiS FI..r KV4 of :NVV'4'/ of HKHof \; 10 APPMtll" .. Myrtle: T D aver' Deputy .Clerk
will In turn give a small party. built.Remember I... ........ ('has. R ire** J04.ft Guaranty Lit,
TownshIp fl South Rnna 22 Kant.. NK'4, of Mlno. Stark, In Soollon Circuit ISrnriford Connty,.
j .
All proceeds will go to the club. Church and Name In which aeed'. .. : Josephine 31._ Towtmhlp; I 8 South: IUinic 22 I ."1......'.. Iii tiuaecery.l'lvlli. Hulldlna, .'acl..on..III" Florida.Attys. .
Sunday F.11..nn. I..t. Ilvmnn, Pliilntlft, y.. Clnnil' for Pit 12/1 4t I'4/51
Mrs. E. T. Martin entertained School
every Sunday. Every one Certificate Nn 40 Year of Intiance Name In.. which A**.>Ked: O. )II llyman Jr., DefendantCa.
AND with five tables of ,bridge last I Invited. June I. A P 1M9Pe Mill.. *. No. S7IIfotlr
B. At V AREZ & SON Thursday. i iMra. .crlptlon of Property, J.ot I Certificate' No. 7. Year of Issuance Tn Appear -
STORAGE CO. Siih.nivlnlon' .
of ink 2. rinhairiin1 May 29, 1944Description
Llndsey Walker entertained I Adding Machines' and Portable Section 21, Township 8 South llnftite of Properly. B' 7H Ft. Let Us Thoroughly'Wash

with last Tues typewriters" soli U Kant: of Lot A 'l.ol Kx: 8 II Kt of loc-k
... .... a bridge party I on time.-Brad
l- ,i".v ,"""". ,. e'eep' ford Name In which assessed: J. J.Orott n. and I.nnd 'V. of *an*. to Street, Your Clothes
;' f .1' I County, Telegraph.xiiKHio *. of N J. jones Addition$ tn Town of
::: '-.:. .. we operate loca.I.Jf."t. : day.Mrs.. F. O. Clark has gone for a 1IIt'I.I;:: such ceniifirate or car. 4tarke, In Hertlun 2M, TowitMhlp'. 6 WE1DINC
'SO" : 'O"'IIc-" 01l" shall he rpdeemel nccorlmM South Pane 22 Kant.Nam .
: .= *.. f t: long distance three weeks visit to Tennesnee. I OICI.... al the ,,,.... .,....1 ......" ...... to law the property described In which" Annnnnnd: HcprylIIIna. 9 Found

''r ; ....OVING ." an\h..re In V. 8. Young Al Watson Is getting ,I lallaha. **, Florida. ''n .nch certificate' or certificate.will : .....
..... ..--.... ... I Iieuenilier 5, Itf6l h. soil to the blll'h..t biIlerat ('..rtltl..".* No. 0. Year of "au- For 40c! ;j
I about on crutches with a broken *O\MTMI CTIO t I'HOUItAM lbs court rinuaa door on the first Abcs May 2n. 194Rl ,
ankle. Incurred when he fell out ofa I H..I. l bid. will b.. .. fondnv In the month of January l >e..crlptlon of Properly: Lota '.2 If Desired !
EXCELLENT i Tallahaee. Florida, f roniT Uuallfl"d An2. which, I I. the 7th day of Janarv of 1 ln'k 19. of I.lvlnirelon-Triibv, &: FREE Bleach
tree. I I I COIIU.auunUI 1U:30 A.AI. tJ.N.'I'.> Ifllt2, (',,'U. Sub-dlvlHlon, Hitctlftn 2K, Town-
Baptist. Iliurch Neun forTh .lat! dl.y l>>ev"m'br, 11)51IIIH ) Tmlcil thin 6th day o( December, xhlp. 8 Mouth, Itanita. 21 F.nt.Nam Temple Ave. Staib
STORAGRFACILITIES .. on.\ructlon 01 Ih. tollow. AMOFFICIAL In which A.>.e*.edi' Cui'rlflPunier.
The regular monthly meeting of : project: SEAM A..I. Thoma .

_ the Dorcas class was held at the I Mint Pr.J**.. Jot. No. JUWU.I.-M, Clerk of Circuit Court of ,Certified Nn 13. Year of !**.u-. O
ntat* ituad No. tI.22llr..d! \ to..d Ilrailford. Cutintv Klorlda anc May 29. 194*. W. offer the .people. uf. Stark
gents For 'iprne of Mrs$ ,I._p. "Tyre,Monday\ ,* County from "Stat' lloaj Mo. Has>> to .I 12/7 4t 12/2* D '*rilptlon' of Properly. Tot 3 and 'JVe WID
evening Dec. 2. with Mrs. J, P. New Hlver Work cimaleta K 2 ft of Lot 5. of tick lilt, of uf the 'most' .
ELCIIERBROS. In* and : : milllrlnlly one
Incidental Item. Acini- OTICB TO ,APPRAtlrlrrvlt 1lvln..lon.Trllhy: < Co, Sub'Dlvl.ton. ,
Sullivan presiding. Mrs. F. D. tI..d! i"clf,' Inh.. amount of I. foart. nradtord Coast r.Pl .. Sec 2x, To\vtmbl, | 6 Houth. Dry Your Clothes
aa.a.d,_ .. See us first! Cant gave the openlng'praver.. and $ZftOO will he iulrd. the devotional was by Mrs. R. O. I For each propimal a certified Mary A. Moor Plaintiff v*, I.a>ker. tn which AxuenHedt. : lola
check In the For 20cIn
amount Stated. above, M. Moore, liefrndnnt.. Little .
Mann. mad .puyabl tu like (-linirman. of Ca.. No. 8793 Certificate No IS. Year. of Imi.ance welding Mhop anywhere.AU

New officers elected at this h. Htut. Jtin,| lii-parl.....lIt. with Notice T* Appear.To May '0. 19411. Work Guaranteed Drleral
I.th* lIeue.ssaiy. istate1 Uocumenlary : I-ankiT M Moor, when rr' .l- It..rl'.ltnn' of Property: Lot 2 ofIllock New Automatic
meeting were: Mrs. A G. Loudon Htanipn attaihi-d., mum arcompany d.ft* la unknown. 12. of LIvlnuBton-Tniby &
...'.h l.ld. All .-....tlto..d ,...' Inn 2H
Membership vice president; Mrs. rhec-ka ehall You are hereby notified that a aultor Kiili-nivlalon, pt.et SMITH'S GARAGE
a he i ertiried within DO day of t II. TMvorc hit* been filed against Townnhlp H South Iliinit' 22 lo1"at, e
W P. Wilson Fellowship vice ,late. for rvcelvlnir bid. Canhlera' you In the above named Court, I Nnm, 'In which An oH.,,tl: J. W.
/ president; Group Captains Mrs. eli. ..ka Kill I I hot l ie acc-eptd, and cau**. and you are required. to nobln) I *"n AND MACHINE SHOP
I All work to tie don In aoc-ordanra erv* copy of your an.wer orplladlnir All of ..1<1 properly t'eing In the
1 K. K. Diddle and Mrs. W. R. Rivers. with l'lana. HpeclfK-atlon. and : to the complaint, on the I Cltv lIr Ptark.> and "County of llrad- Teinpln Ave. Starke The Washeteria
Mrs. Tyre gave a closing prayer Hpm-lal. I'rovliilnna of the Hlat. Road. 'lalntlff Attorney, lion 7oa.'h II"loiitflHH ford Stan of Florida, I
liepurtment H..ch,1I..ntlun. I la Hun Iyni-h lllilK J..k..n Unless uch certlflcnt or certificate -
and refreshments were served by I called'l lu *<1." ?lal l I'rovlalona whlh rllle, Florida, and file th*, orlvlnan hall ba rediomed! iril-
the hostess and her daughter Misa will b. furnUhed with each pro- the Office of the Clerk. of the CI,. I log to 1 law the properly d* cr'1f.* pOHIll. .
Ruth Tyre. rian' and/or ------
I proposal will ho --- ,
The Week of Prayer Program furnlHhed to qllallfl.,1 Contractor
upon .application i4I. nfflc for
ror Foreign: ) Missions was presented I the MUin of '60.1111.(> (>(> which will b.-refunded -

I Wednesday Dec. 5. at the churchIn If a revulur lid I I. *ubmltt.".
INn iropoHala. will b.. lued unl .e* : Ii Ii.i
place of the. regular Prayer I requ*t. are received at l leaMl J4
service. hour prior to opening bids
I I All hid. must how total for ea"h
The "Unto You ,"
program theme Item and total amount of bid In. :
a Savior Is Born", was!! carried out ....IH The rlrht I I. reaerred to ''
In a setting arranged for the occasion or all IiIe.8TATP. reject. any .i I I II

the background of which TIOAn HEPAnTMENT

.- ,- was a lighted/: cross surrounded by Alfred OF A KLftMIDA. McKethan ChalrmHn

attractive Christmas packages. Hum I'. Tiirnhull, state illgh- L1 %Jltlerflll Thrill

MPLETE way Knirlneer. -
Those taking part in the programwere. 12/7 2t 11/14 ..

Mm. E. T. Davis Mrs. C. T. _
Z lit flrelalt f'o..... nmiir.rd ('east,,
; Parker Mrs. Mattie Lawson. Mrs. Klorldal II. ('M'!Oi(''' ''r.

ITH8ACHMENTS T. P. Sullivan! Mrs.: W.: P. Wilson Myrtle ('..rv...., Plaintiff v.. Buven To :IMvc '
1>. Carver, liefendant.:
Mrs A. G. Loudon. Mrs. M. L.Beas1t. Cane No. KNOB J

". Mrs. A. E. Anthony and Onler. of PahlleatUa A.rt >....tl... 1Apprari .
*l or Florida ..IKuKene
Mrs. K. A. Reid. Mrs.\ John W. : 1>. ('arv.II', who.* residence .
Pearce of Starke was the guest I !I., : I'nknownlVint : r
I are 1'.1\1..1 l to "n _
appear ,
speaker, and the benediction was I -

REBUILT given by the pastor Rev. F. D. rsiI
i A Three
BY OUR 3 ant. Days'Cough / .

I.eolti Brother. Circle

\ : FACTORYTRAINED The Leola Brothers Circle met I Is Your ,

/ at the home of Mrs. Stella Stanley ;

EXPERTS with the chairman, Mrs. A. E. .

Anthony In charge. Mrs. Stanley'i Danger Signal ,

r conducted the ,program on "Wor'l I 1 I Creomu\lol1\ relieves promptly beciuwi

ship and BcjWDown". i it goes right to the seat of the trouble
/ [I to help looien and expel germ laden
1' Rehearsals for the Christmas i I phlegm and aid nature to soothe and

program are progressing satis-1,I heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial;

4 ,/ I 'actorlly, according to the report. mel branes. Guaranteed to please you

of the committee.The or money refunded. CreomuUrion ha
stood the test of millions of users __
play "The Nativity" directed I

by Mrs. Gant will be presentedat CREOMUL'SIONnllemt
the church Friday evening. Dec. CMS**. Ckt Col.**, A ,t* ........m.

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Betty Streetman Miss Tsavaris, 'I Christmas TeaWoman's Business Circle Lioness Club Plans Baptist Youngster=--'

Weds Key SargentIn Dr. KartsonisTo At ClubA Has Banquet EventThe Christmas Party Entertain

Melrose ChurchA Wed Dec. 30 sliver and red color motif was Business Woman's Circle of Members of the Lioness Club Orphanage Chldre,

attractively carried out In the the Baptist church held a delightful will entertain their husbands at a

simple but impressive marriage Capt. and Mrs John E. Txavarlx floral arrangements for the Christmas turkey banquet and annual Christmas party at their regular The children '? th

:> ; ceremony of last Saturday of Tarpon Springs, and New York tea held at the Starke Wo- Christmas party Monday eveningIn monthly meeting Thursday evenIng Rlnner Department ....Ith Bapt.
afternoon at four o'clock In Trinity I City announce the engagement of man's Club at their regular monthly the educational building The Dec. 20, at 7:30: o'clock In the I.. Llnllin as superintendend M

Gladys MootyJ"hooe Episcopal Church .Melrose, was their 'daughter Miss Helen meeting Wednesday afternoon.The husbands of the members were LJona'B Den. the Oepartlt1tn''

35 that of Miss Betty Streetman, Tsavaris, to Dr. A. A. Kartsonis short business meeting was guests. Each member Is asked to bring W. A, Scott as
of Mrs. Theodore An- of of the late Mr and I I will entertain RUpertnt,
Starke son
daughter presided over by Mrs. Wm. R. The I long banquet tables were two 25c presents, one for a man the ehUdl'tn
_____ Baptist
44 4 4 14 It thony Olockner, to. Key Miller Mrs A. S. Karttionls.
Morse, president.Mrs. attractively decorated In the and one for a woman. OrphanagE In Jack,,
t Shirley Dennison Sargent, son of Mr and Mrs Miss Tsavaris was graduated L. A. Canova, music chairman Christmas motif with cedar Hostesses fpr the evening are Sunday afternoon 81 a Chr:
Baptist Primary Melvin M. Sargent, all of Keystone 'from Tarpon School party. The
Springs High I
who In of the' down the middle group
I was charge boughs spread Garnlta Parker, Katie Wainwright] 5Wlet3eachers'
Becomes Bride Heights The Rev Fred Yerkes and later attended the Kathrlne I their t
ij Department program, presented Don Parker, of the tables intermingled with and Ruth Broadway. will leave the
officiated at the double-ring cere 1 Gibbs School of Boston, where she at : I
Has Christmas Party Of Marklee NormanIn tenor who sang "Cantlque deNoel" I gaily colored Christmas tree balla.
I mony. was graduated In 1947. She has Each
t accompanied by Mrs. Parker I Following the delicious dinner child In the
1 f Prior to the ceremony, a program been employed as secretary to associate Young Matrons Circle be given orphln
1 i The Baptist t educational building a lovely candlelight ceremony, of nuptial music was render professor of pediatrics, at the piano. Three piano Mrs. Martha Futch, circle leader,' mall present Of rand
$} decorated with holly performed evening, Dec. pupils of Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards short business gifts from the
on presided over a
was gaily ed by Mrs Florence Janes, church Dr. Henry L. Barnett of Cornell The Young Matron's Circle of and Beg
tree for the 7, at 7:30: o'clock In the First presented delightful piano selec !,
: and a big Christmas organist. Miss Madge Phinney of Medical College, for the past meeting. I the Presbyterian church will meet
two primary department ChristV Christian Church of Hampton:Miss Gainesville sang "0. Perfect Love", DM Kartsonis attended schools year.In tions. Mary Julia Futch of Law-, Hostesses for the evening were at the home of Mrs, W. E. Dowling

V mal parties held Tuesday and Shirley Juanita Dennison, daughter and "The Lords Prayer." The' Europe and was graduated from, ley played "O Come All Ye Faith- Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs. Ruth this evening, Friday at 7:30: o'clock BIRTllD.ASo
1 of Mr. and M'lie. A C. Dennison ful", David Browning from Lawtey i WEDDING
.!} Thursday afternoons* very traditional wedding marches wereused. the University of Athens. He Broadway Mrs Thelma Dlnklns, for their annual Christmas party. C'AKbj
{ Games were played, gifts exchanged of Hampton became the I played "Silent Night" arranged by, MADE TO ORDER
\ 'I' his education at Harvard: Mrs. Mildred Doyle and Mrs. Sue Mrs. Robert Paterson and Mrs.
in bride of Marklee Jefferson Nor.' Clarence Kohlman, and Julia! j MRS. MAVD
and the joined
j groups The ceremony was performed Medical College where he servedas I -- Miles They were assisted in Dowllng will be hostesses with L.\prE
carols, man, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy,I Lawson played "0 Holy Night". S04 N. <
singing Christmas serving and for the Mrs. Lester Crews of BERRY
! before a background of white Fellow In Surgery at Massachusetts caring guests High Springs 87
were Appro.I' Norman, Sr., of Hellbronn. The i Following the music, a reading"A STARKE.
prlate refreshments I members of the FLA.
i r gladioli and chrysanthemums interspersed General Hospital and also by circle. in,charge of the program. ,
S .a.v.d- ceremony was performed by the Christmas Prayer", arrangedfrom
held : with palma Ivy and at the University of Michigan selected authors read yyyyy....... .... ...................... .
J"S'fiThe Primary A department pastor, the Rev. John O. Chlldress. white jasmine. White tapers In where he served at the University'', was ""'" .w.- - .-.-. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--. """"'''''.f.rvvv''
their party Tuesday afternoon. The bride, who was given In by Mrs. L. O. Powell.
'1 cathedral candelabra were placedat Hospital. He Is now with the
,! Mrs Tom Harding Supt., had assisting marriage by her father, wore a advantageous'points.Lieut. Starke Medical Center. During the social hour refresh
I her the teachers: Mrs. J. mist-gray milt, with navy accessories ments were served from an attractively -, JANE PARKER
Wayne Sargent of Fort The wedding will be solemnized
Mrs. Paul Raymond, and carried a white Bible appointed tea table. The j
1 D. Seymour
Jackson, Columbia, S. C., servedas on December 30 In the St. Nicholas
i, Mrs. Ed Hlldarbran. Mrs.. L. D. covered with a purple throated orchid table was overlaid with a. handmade -, A
best man for his brother and Cathedral In Tarpon Springs ;
4 I Dugger, Mr. Victor Lamb, Mrs. with knotted satin ribbon the cloth and was centered with II

\1 i Morse Ewell, associate.Lawson and -Mrs. Wm. streamers.Mrs.. LeRoy. Norman, Jr. of end Heights ushers Laurie Alderman were William of Keystone Stanley Mrs. Davis Hostess i!I a leaves beautiful, red arrangement carnations and of silver'I FRUIT F I CAKE( E

Forty youngsters enjoyed the Starke matron of honor, wore a The bride chose ,Miss Barbara' To UDC Members with a large red satin bow. Presiding -

i j affair. petal! pink suit Her accessorieswere Banning of Gainesville as her I I at the silver coffee service

;The Primary B. department held dark blue, and her shoulder Maid of Honor. She wore a gray The W. T. Week's Chapter, U. at each end of the table were Mrs.

,< their party Thursday afternoon. corsage was of blue carnations. suit with navy blue accessories. D.'C. met at the home of Mrs. L. Morse and Mrs. Lex Green.

,t Mrs. Maxie Carter Supt., had assisting Mr. Norman had as hit best manhis Her shoulder corsage was of yellow A. Davis. Wednesday afternoon of The meeting closed with the 11-2 lb.

d her, the teacher.: Mrs. brother, LeRoy Norman Jr carnations.The last week for the regular monthly group singing "Silent Night"accompanied $1.40

l6 Jesse NewBome, Mrs. Carson Ushers were Charles Ousley, Jr. of bride, who was ,meeting. by Mrs L. A.. Canovaat
given in E
Miami, and Kenneth Norman of the piano. Jane Parker =.
i Roberts, Mrs. Eustis McKnight marriage by Mr. Taylor Conn of Mrs. L. G. Powell, presided over
\Gd' and Miss Evelyn Newsome, secretary Hellbronn.Mrs. Jacksonville, chose for her wedding the routine business meeting and

11 i, Claude May played the i a costume suit of champagnewool the budget was read for the com- Starke Musicale SPANISH 3/6s. -

{I 'Twenty-nine youngsters and their nuptial music, and preceding the which was simple In design. ing year. I To Meet Tuesday $2.79

.ill parents enjoyed the affair. ceremony Mrs. Donald McMahone Her accessories were of nutmeg Mrs L. F Dlnkfns, Mrs. Wm.

sang "I Love You Truly". brown. She carried a White R.; Morse and Mrs. Lex Green,'accompanied Members of the Starke Musicale 5. I

h. PTA Members For her daughter's wedding Prayer Book with a white orchid by Mrs. B. K. Ferryman will meet In the Glee Club room of '8

Mrs. Dennlaon chose a kelly green placement showered with white at the piano, sang two trios the usa at 7:3O: o'clock Tuesday 'BAR CAKE oz. 29C Sibs. $ .99
\ Will Meet suit with black accessories. Her
Monday carnations.Mrs. taken from the cantata "From the evening for a short business meet- 3

t To Sack CandyMembers corsage was of pink carnations I Glockner, mother of the Realms of Glory" ... by Lorenz.I Ing before attending the BHS Glee each
Mrs. Norman, Sr. the
groom'smother bride, chose for her daughter's Group singing of Christmas carols Club Christmas concert In the USO

of the Parent Teacher I wore a hunter's green wedding platinum grey wool with was enjoyed by the members at auditorium at 8 o'clock.
I suit, with black velvet hat and
matching accessories. She the end of the
wore a
1 Association are urged to attend program. All members are urged to be on
pink carnations.
, ; the meeting Monday evening at purple orchid. Mrs Semi Elsie Mrs. Davis served a salad course time
Mrs J. F. Johnson, grand- Sutton
j of Ocala, grandmother of
730; o'clock In the school, cafeteria mother of the bride, was attiredIn the bflde, during the social hour to all 11 Large Lbs.
; wore bronze colored Ripe
for the of sacking members present and one visitor I WSCS NoticeThe
purpose I
black BANANAS 3
a with ,
crepe gown 'crepe with black accessories Her 19BEANS
a. Mrs M. F. Junes of Rock '
"; candy for the Christmas party deep pink flower corsage. shoulder was talisman Mount
corsage N. C.
and business meetIng -
ri which will be held Tuesday 'I program!
.morn- After a brief wedding trip, Mr, rOR.... i
!r rl! Ing at 10 a.1'ILI and Mrs. Norman will be at home i Mrs. Sargent mother of the IW.MU. : of the Methodist educational WSCS building will be ,
held In the
,I Interested are asked to come to their many friends and relatives groom, wore a wine wool suit with NoticeThe
, and help and also bring 85c for In Hampton. matching accessories. Monday afternoon at 3 Pole Lbs.
the of the She worea and business There will be a Christmas program
program meet. E
f expenses party. 2
; Among the out of town guests shoulder corsage of talisman 19
ing of the Baptist WMU will beheld with Mrs. Titus Olson, presidentof a
the roses.
attending wedding were Mr
acting as hostess.
' In the educational the society
\ and Mrs. Jack Glllland, Mrs. L. R. After the ceremony Mr and building
Tuesday afternoon Dec. 18 at 3 Refreshments will be served at
Ii ManyStrappedand Dennison, Mrs Joe Sparkman, C. Mrs. Sargent left for a wedding
o'clock. Circle 5will, have charge the close' of the meeting and all
I V, Dennison Mr. and Mrs. J. Q.rWUlrtHS trip to South Florida and Havana. I
of Gnlnesvllle Upon their return of the program. l members, are urged to attend. l Juicy; "
lr. and they will reside j I Large ; Lb. bag
1 so :Mrs'! E. S. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. In Keystone Heights/ whereMr.. :i ---- ---- -- - .. ORANGES E 35
!. Felix Supp, Mr. and MTH. Tully Sargent is connected with his

V err 1952 Nocinnn: Mr. and Mrs L. R. Norman father In the contracting buntness.

and< daughter' Linda of Ileilbrnnn Proudly

Mr and Mrs. E. S. Sibley Miss Dennison
!i f and Mlas Ruth Sibley of TheressaMr. i laffLLH4l, I tj4 Sweet Juicy Lb.

,4 4a and Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mr. Complimented ,' 1 1 i/ r Presents GRAPEFRUIT 8 bag 35

'f' ind Mn. Willis Gillian of Slarke. At Lovely Shower j

, 105; W. 'all St. I Phone -205():
1 Legion Ming I'
AuxiliaryWill Complimenting Shirley Dennison -
I II Have SupperThe a 'lovely pre-nutlal miscellaneous The DRY SALT WHITE
, I shower was given by Mrs

Doris Hardy and Mrs. Margaret Nationally Advertised 'Feature Lock' Line Center
American Legion Auxiliary I Cuts Lb.
Hlnaon, at Hampton Community MEA E
'1 Post 56 will hold Its monthly meet I T 35
Hall on
1t ing In the form of a Christmas Tuesday evening. Dec 4 I :

party and covered dloh supper at Pink gladioli and two-tone chrysanthemums II I I II
" were tastefully arranged I
(1 the Legion Home Dec. 18, at 7p.m. H&/
' t In baskets and vases, and BREAKFAST
Mrs. Mike Gilhooly Is In ,
;; he( honoree was presented an at-
charge of arrangements, assisted

}Q i The newest way to wear I.by E.Mra.Clark.T. C. Hazen, Jr. and Mrs Also tractive receiving corsage corsages upon her were entrance.Mr.. B A CON ALLGOOD SLICED Lb. 49

,I your foot with many Members, their husbands and Avery Dennison Mrs. LeRoy Nor-
slender a-slant man, Sr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson. The Rings that lead Double
straps like children will attend. An entertaining These' four ladles were escorted to a .
a curving ladder. Stunning
will follow
program supper seats of honor beside a large gift
' shoes, perfect: for the 'laden table. Mrs. O. p. Wads- They're Single While} You're Single. SULTANA FANCY

I very nicest occasions. In Christmas Party worth was In charge of the
I velvety black I nusuede. ing entertainment and a scrambled even- They're Married 1 When{ You're Married Short Grain Lb.
" For OES Dec. 17 R pkg.
Only word contest was held with Mrs: 3 39

The annual Christmas party will J. R. Kite, of Starke,winning 1

be held at the regular meeting of honors In "Pinning on the Don-
key's Tall", Mrs.
the Order of Katitern Star on Monday Frederick Wat-

{ 2.98STUMP'S Dec. 17, at 8pm. Each Williams lerson- won second' first prize.and Mrs. George CRESCENT CITY, A Famous A & P Blend of New Orleans Type
woman member Is asked to bringa

t\ gift for a woman, and each maR Assisting In displaying the gifts| "" 1 "
a gift for a man, not costing more and serving refreshments were COFFEE CHICORY 59C
i than SO cents. Frankie Jean Singleton, Louise

STOREStarke Installation of newly elected officers May.Adklns Peggy Minion and Sylvia ;

will be held Tuesday Dec. .

18, at 8 p.m, This will be an open Out of town guests attending _-- : WHITE HOUSE
Fla. meeting' and all friends of the ,were Mrs. LeRoy Dennison, !Mrs., t
: Order are cordially Invited. Joe Sparkman Mrs. Earle Dennison

Mrs. Ben Woods and Mrs. Evaporated tall cans
-- Charles Hicks. Gainesville, Mrs | 2

J. R. Kite Mrs L. R. Norman, Jr..

H Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Mrs. Willlardj I

PICTURES"That's Wynn, Mrs. Claude Prevatt. Mrs.

E. M. Prevatt, Mrs Jimmy Rltch,

I and !Miss Yvonne Ritch of Starke, OLEOMARGARINE Nutley Lb. 23q

Our Business" Mrs. LeRoy Norman Sr. of Hell

bronn; Mrs. Fred Dodd of Keystone to -

4 Mrs J. G. Lamoreaux, Mrs. -
Delma Glloson, Miss Frankie Jean 1a

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Singleton Hazel Phillips of ,Lake Mrs. E.Geneva S. Sibley Miss of Karo Blue Label Syrup, pt. 22c Ma real Colored

Theressa. Toilet Tissue 12cBisquick
8 10 Portraits Flags BeansPinto
X BP\V Christmas 1.8 CARAT $100, _

I 12 pkg. 12c
44 r 4 oz. -
414 Party Planned 40 oa. pkg. 4Bath
Other Rings Priced AS LOW AS $50
MAKE COPIES Th annual Christmas party of r BarWoodbury's

the Starke Business and Professional EASY CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED
-- FRAMES ... I 20c
Woman's Club will be held Soap 12c Recipe Marshmallows

Monday evening Dec. 17, at 7:30: 4 r 6 ,
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marlon

THE BEST FOR LESS Howe. Hostesses with her on this FEATURE LOCK RINGS LOCK OR UNLOCK T WILL!:' thru
occasion will be Mrs. Stella Kope- Babo Cleanser 12c All Prices in this Ad effective
lousoa and Misses Pat Lambe and I ,15A&PFOOD
Carolyn Keen.Methodist. eE

Men .M E
Butter, 12 oz. jar 35c
Roving Photographers"Formerly To Meet Monday I f

With Hoover Bros. .
The men of the First Methodist j Golden KeyEvaporated

Church of Starke will meet Monday I A ,i ill .> A....... .locking .".* It .locking rw. fI'.i..... U.k I.. I
LOCATED NEXT TO POST OFFICE STARKE evening' Dec. 17, at 7 p.m. In the Md|Iltri.... lock. In s.nlie* tai ,.... ..M .* rlgkl g.lk.r ,In ,... Milk. 14C STORE?
PHONE 103 recreation hall for the regular log .... "... .1.. *i. ....,. M sib! .f f. t petit!**...
Fellowship Supper. W. H. Noll- kidi>ig- ..g.g...M ring ....., ...",, font Th e Great Atlantic And P clflo T"

man, program chairman, has plan a tl" Marcal 19110
Weddings Portraits 0 Commercial Dinner CopylKntd'
ned a special Christmas programfor Send Your Name and Address for FREE BOOKLET Napkins 16c Entire Content '

-- -- this meeting. H. C. Brown Is "Enchantment of Rings- = 300 East Call St.
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i,, Mrs. R C Dampier and son, MUses Lucille Alvarez, Hilda I Wells Moves Shop
Billy, spent the weekend. with Mr. Watson and Dot John were In
I! and Mrs P A. Dampier In Jack. Jacksonville shopping Thursday

i sonville.\ Mrs. Dampier attended afternoon of last week moved< t 4eQi

the atork shower for Mrs. Parker Miss Emlletie Kelly, student location on Washington St. to Its +

Dampter Friday evening while In nurse will return home Tuesday new shop. located across from the .J
IN THE NEWS Jacksonville. from Philadelphia, Pa., where she ,Standard Oil bulk ...tatlon.i .
has spent the pant three months
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Yawn IIp..ntthe
In nurses school. i daughter/ Of Winter Haven were
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AI : weekend hi West- Palm Beach
Mrs. Effie Johns had as dinner I weekend: guests of Mr Haynes' *..*.
and Mrs. Charley John. Mr and Mrs. Wilton Massangilnf with Mrs. Yawn's brother and | guests Sunday her nephew- and ter. Bertha Pearce Mrs. Pearce also -

"in Atlanta Ga. last week ont Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. J. slstfr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. | wife, Mr. and Mrs Edward Gross had as Sunday guests, Mr. and

..*.. I I H. Raulerson of Jacksonville\ \ were Crawford. of Jacksonville, and non and Mrs. G. V. Phillip. of Lake-- City
! Guy Andrews and Mrs. W. Saturday visitors of Mr. and lira! Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin and soil,
were shopping Injvllle Cecil! Sewell. son, Jimmy, of the State Farm Freeman Johns of Lake Butler.
Jlckson Saturday ofternoon.n Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns spent the weekend with Mrs. Gndwin's Mirtal and Virginia Beach of Bob.Friends of Mrs. N. B. Roster will

.\Doyle visited his Ibrother-I the weekend In Inverness with spent relatives. mother, Mrs. Peggy Shaller.Mr. Jacksonville spent. the weekend be happy to hear she Is feeling f v ',, z zw
sister, Mr. and Mra. C.igtr and Mrs. C. M. Roberts with Mrs. Delorls Carmichael. much better- after her heart attack
t and spent the weekend In Mlcanopy Rev.- and Mrs G. E. Cutshaw of ten- days ago. The Rosters had as
; in Green Cove Spring. Dr. and MI'!!. Merrill\ \ Lester visiting their parent., Mr. and Mrs. '
Baldwin with Mr.
I of spent) Saturday guests: several days last week' Mr. i
. Lake Como were overnight G. A. Graham and Mrs. John and Mrs. R. t.. Reddish.Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler ..
.y.'tll of Hawthorne
; Douglas fleets Wednesday of last Roberts.
l week of and Mrs. Don Dotson had and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrews
the weekend with his, Mrs. J. w. Klncald and ).tr.. O. L. Rev and Mrs. J. W. Kaufman, an weekend guests out on the D of Lake Butler were Sun-
to Mr. and Mrs. J. K.'''I Beasley. The Lesters- were attend Ms. R. S. Fernandez, Mrs. Frank ,' tf Ranch Mr. and Mrs. Hobert day guests..

ite' l ing the Methodist District Con. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Reed, Mr. ,Hetcher, Jr. and daughter Peggy
and Mrs. R. J. Tatum of, Terence and Mrs. Etherldge. ),I",. Ada June, of Alken.- S. C.. and Mr. and
onville, were visiting Mr. and! Col.! James A, Griffin returned Alexander and Miss Wilma Alexander Mrs. Fon Williams and daughters, SANTA CLAUS SOMETHING for EVERYONE at KOCH'SYARDLEY

H.'\ j.Davis on Sunday. I from a week's business trip to attended the Messiah In Dlan and Shirley of Jacksonville LETTERSDear
Alton Dobbs and daughter, Puerto Rico and Haiti. Gainesville Sunday evening. Sgt. 'Carl Edwards, who has >

,i,and Mrs. Joe Starling drove Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. and Mrs. Messiah Among In those Gainesville participating In the 'been serving with the Eighth Ar Santa Claus:

unps Saturday to get Mrs. w. H. Bryan and children of Sunday my In Japan and Korea Is visiting I am a little boy of 8 years old.

,. mother. Mrs. Inez Kelly Gainesville were Sunday guests of evening man as were violinist: Mrs.and J.Mrs.W. Kauf R. F. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards I dive in the country but please SETS., DORMEYERFRIWEL'L! : )PARKER NEW ,

bas been visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy. Young, Mrs. Raymond Howe Mrs. while awaiting reassign don't miss me. Please- bring mea : FLAME LIGHTER ,
ment. He has been overseas since I do not LENTHERIC SETS
weeks. Mr. and with holster.
(for the past two .Mrs. Tillman F. Hutto Ruth C. Parker and Miss Phoebe cap pistol 1
M and Mni. B. K.Ferryman and family Of Jacksonville spent- Green In the chorus. Those tak- 1947, S.'He C.will on Jan.report 6 for to Ft.reassignment Jackson not have any slaters or brothersto OLD SPICE SETS I'EARI.S) ::; BILLFOLDS

the Messiah In Galnesou.day Sunday with the L. S. Hutto ing part In the Messiah rehear. play with. PARKER PEN SETS "
evening family. gale were Pam Lawson. Doris Parker Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyand I am in the third grade at Hell- COTY SETSSEAFORTH
,little frlenda of Betsy Mat. Mrs. W. H. Hlnson Is visiting and Patricia Livingston.Mrs. Mrs. J. D. Carmichael of bronn school.] I made all S'a and CAMERAS! SHAEFFER PEN SETS
and Jane Adam win regret relatives In Tampa for several W G. Halle was, called to good markings on my report- card.
i Tampa spent the weekend with the 1 SCIIICK
Atlanta Ga. the sudden Thanks for being a nice Santa. CLOCKS
IT they are confined to their weeks. Saturday.by Bill Reddish family 1 "
death of her brother, J. O. Nathan Green !MAX FACTORKAMI'S 20 Electric: Itazo"r
homes with measles. Carlton Chastain j.
rtlve! Jr. will re Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones and WHITMAN CANDIES
Ann Epperson returned toI turn to his home In Hampton Fri Curtis, of Decatur, Ga. Mrs. daughters. Beth, Pam and Rose Dear Santa:- !
I Monday after her edge of day after being confined in St. Kalle Is staying with her sl ter. of Lake City and C. H. Quick. Jr. i 4 old. REMINGTON. HOLLINGSWORTHCANDIES
I am little girl
Mrs, Panola Mltchan, while In Atlanta.
of Valdosta, Ca. the
Miesan hospital the week spent) past
( past triedto
My name la Grade I have 60 Electric: Razor
and where he ,weekend with their Mr.
Sue Blgga Peggy underwent parents
a major opera- Mr and J. be this so r want
Mrs L. Anderson. Jr. good year TOAST MASTER
visited Col. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. H. Quick.
ell tion.Sue and son, Mike of Green Cove,I you to bring me a doll and a doll NUNNALLYS
Griffin In St. Augnatlne Dea. daughter of Mr. and Springs spent) the weekend with I! Nebr.Mrs.Is Lena visiting Powell the of L.Holmesvllle.N. Pickerings buggy, and a little guitar. I wont WAREN BLENDER RONSON. LIGHTERS CANDIES

lie weekend. Mrs. John Dean, underwent a ton. Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and :' for two weeks. ask for much for you have got to S

. J. D. Doyle was shopping sllectomy at St. Luke's hospital Mrs. Sam Anderson. I I! Mils! Aliese Lawson will be the come see all the little boys and ,
,ksonvlllc\ !last Thursday. Thursday of last week Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and, girls.. Don't t'orget mother.I .
I Guest of Tommy Hnrdlng at the my
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Tom Gilhooly of New York City daughter. Dorothy visited Mr. and I
I'hl Kappa Tau Christmas partyat dent know what she wants, but
Wells and Mra. Shellle Hall Is visiting his brother and sister- Mrs A. M. Mixon and Mrs. M. the U. of F. Saturday evening. site will take anything you bring Wrist Watches 5.95 to 57.50
Jacksonville\ Monday shop- in-Inw. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gil- Mixon In Gainesville Sunday. I I
1 Miss Dolores McKnlpht! will be i her. So bye now, and don't forgetto
hooly. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs. .
home Sunday from Florida-South- stop at my house. Love",
Del and Barbara:
Colley daughters
ern University for the Christmas Grade Allen 9

TheBROWN : and Ing Jackie and Sunday, spent Saturday In Fernandlna even- holidays with her parents. Mr. and Brooker Fla. Large Assortment of Christmas Cards >
Mrs. Etistl McKnlght/ Mr. Mc.Knight' -
visiting Mrs. J. R. Hardee and .. cousin Billy Culvert, Dear Santa:
family from Bowman Gray Medical Since I didn write you last SPECIAL CARDS 12 for 29c
Mrs. R. W. Gravels. returning j I I better write I
School at Winston Salem N. C. year, you now.
I II 'will arrive Sunday to spend the' have been a good little girl. If
after spending two weeks with holidays with the McKnlghts.Mrs. I. you don't believe- me you can ask
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. C. H. Quick Sr. visited' my teacher Mrs. Hazel Harrell.I S

I and Mrs. W. W. Calnes, Jr. and friends. In Glennvllle, Ga. over the am not going to ask you for DRUG

family. weekend.Mr. much, but I would like you to KOCH STOREI
RESTAURANTWILL Mr. and Mrs J. A. Christmasand
family visited Mrs. Chrlatma.'s and Mrs A. E. McKinney bring me a doll and a doll buggy.I .
had as their guesta Wednesday want a bicycle but my mother
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. y I
Ga. and Thursday Mr. McKinney'abrotherinlaw says she will get me that If I pass
in Brunswick,
Gunter the weekend., .over I and sister, Mr. and : my grade In school and I think I y et ty sf if i
Mrs. B. H. vllle.and son, B. H.,
REOPEN Miss. Carolyn Prevatt, R. N. at Jr.. of Wlldwood. I will tor mother says I have a
St. Luke's hospital, spent the ,I B. nice report card. Don't forget all
T. Thomas and Bill Graham
weekend with her parents, Mr. my little playmates at school and
are hunting a few days this weekat I
and Mrs. J.'T. Prevatt: I' I my mother and little sister Bye
Wakulla >Springs, near Talla
December 16 Mr. and Mrs 'L.A. Pavls were hassee. now. Hope to see you Christmas.

Sunday, In Jacksonville* from Thursday un Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Orr and Mr. -Betty Jean Allen
til Saturday. \, and Mrs. Ralph Gardner of North Brooker, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. J. McDowell and Branch Mich\ called last Thurs I
Dear Santa:
and three children of Jacksonville were day on John Uglow and Mrs. C. F.
I am a little girl, will be 4 In,
dinner guests last Sunday of their Ward. They had been vacationingin /
grandfather J. Uglow and coasts, South Florida and were on their January go to Sunday School every I
WILL BE PLEASEDTo M_ rs. C. F. Ward. way home. Sunday. My Momle stays sick
moat all the time I get awful
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Roberts were Mr. and Mrs J. W Jones and
lonesome so please, Santa bring
luncheon guests of Mrs. L. T. children of Lake City spent last
Serve Its Many Customers AgainA Crews In High Springs Thursday week with Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. me a real piano for Xma.*. Anddon't
of last week. and Mrs. C. H, Quick, Sr. forget- all the. other little

Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes and Mr. an:'! Mrs Martin Land and girls and boys. ami!
Sharon Mosley,
DINNERWill daughter Miss Martha Haynes of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Feeney will'
Winter Haven were visiting Mrs.Ada attend the Gulf Life In"urance' Highland,
Alexander Miss Wilma Alexander Christmas party at the Club New: -
lie Served On This Day > and Mrs Bertha Pearce over Yorker- Gainesville, this evening, I Starke, Florida .
Dear Santa: "
the weekend. Friday II t ,1i
I have been- a good girl. I would
Everett McKinney Is In Daytona '
like a Blonde Bride Doll and a
Beach this week on business.Dr. '
Nurse Kit a sewing kit some sock) .
and '
Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton
Bedroom'slippers and some rloth '
'I. are Sunday spending at their from camp Wednesday at Cedar to' to sew with. I will have a Coca- i

OLIDAY SPECIAL'S I L f I Keys.Mrs.. J. K. Wilson and Mrs. J.'I' Cola and some Brenda nuts for" Jane you. Lewis 1

9 ,
M. Brownlee were in Jacksonville years '
last Saturday.Miss .
Sarah Williams has as her Starke. Florida ..

LADIES << guest this week, her niece, Irene Dear Santa:
Downing, of.Cross City. I have been a good Boy you area
S Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. of Gainesville nice old man. I would like a:
aye heard about was the Sunday guest of Mrs. J. signal and a bell a tunnel a gun ]':!;
you I I I '
M. Brownlee. and holster and a tent and car.
Mr. and!, .Mrs1,, B, Haynes and Jim Lewis b
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I ChristianChurch' Whldden's. he entered the door of the living Elmer Lewis, and her mother :Mr*, i 1 !

ut .. Friends of :Miss Hilda Louise room the children sang Happy u, D": Dyal. About 20 children: [ ;
LAWTEY\ HAMPTONBy Brown of Jacksonville, daughterof Birthday. Games were played In enjoyed this happy occasion 'I
You will always find a friendly
Mr and Mrs. Lessle D. Brownof the yard and prize were awardedto Mrs J, C. Wynn and .mall ] ,
welcome at the First Christian ... II. Futrh Moe. M. C. Elland and W. H. Johns.
Church. Hampton, will be Interested to MelVin daughter, Linda, of Jacksonvlllo. j
hear of her marriage to Mr.\ Walter They entered the dining room
I Bible school begins at 10 a.m. Guests of )'Ir. and Mrs. J. M. I. Myers, also of Jacksonville, where refreshments were served. were Sunday guests of Mr. and

with C. W. Colson as superintend Browning on Sunday of last week Mm. !Sara Rlioden Dec. 8. The wedding took place. The hostess was assisted by Mr*. Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. I
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.., ent. Every church home shouldbe were Mr and Mrs. Joe Holmes: Funeral rites for Mrs. Sarah at the home of her slater, Mrs\ -- \

Church Methodist ChurchThe I In Bible school. So plan to be Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holmes and Rhoden, 90 year old mother of Emory Sparkman In Jacksonville. .j

ptist, there this Sunday. Be faithful at children; George Truitt: and Miss Levi and Buck Rhoden of Hampton Charles M. Dennison, father of livery Branch of ..

1he Love of God In Prophecy" First Methodist Church of I all the church services. The Carolyn Truitt all of Jacksonville; were held Tuesday morningat Mrs. J. B. Prevatt and A, C. Den

.be the sermon subject by Rev. Star'ke cordially invites you to attend growth of the church depend on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crews; Mr. 11 o'clock In the First Baptist nison is this week a patient In INSURANCE '
'ttt D Halnes pastor First Bap. services of worship on Sun your presence and faithfulness. Willie Carter and Mary and Edwin: Church with the Rev. Robert C. Alachua General Hospital and !

,)1( Starke this Sunday, morn. day, Dec. 16. Church School begins Morning worship begin. at 11 and Mrs. Belle McCormick all and of Gray Jr. officiating. Mrs. Rhoden I may have to undergo a serious ,
This is the third in a serieselllllites at 9:43: every Sunday morn- a.m. with the Lord's Supper servedat Ralford; Mrs Bobby Banting passed away early Sunday morn- operation. Friends wish him a J !
Lou !
Dan and Miss
on the "Love of God". Ing .with a class for every age 11:15.: : Young people meet at Nlta daughter McLeran Mary of Gainesville; ; and Ing, after a lingering Illness at her speedy and complete recovery.
choir and the junior 6:30: for the home, east of town. Munson's father, Mr. H. C.
adult group. The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell p.m. practice on I Mr. and Mrs.\ W. M. Dinkins and I Mrs. Dora PHAGE
., will inff under the dlrctlon wit!! preach at the 11 o'clopk Christmas play to be given at the son, Andy, of Tallahassee.Mrs. W. !M. (t. :Mission. Study : Damon, of New York State, arrived

)Km Mona Canova with Miss church service Sunday morningon church Sunday night. Dec. 23. I John Teston of Jackson Fifteen women of the BaptistW. I last week to spend the winter PLEASE ,I

I Lawson at the organ. Sun- the subject "Are We Christmas Evangelistic services begin at 7:30:: ville was visiting her sister, Mrs. M. U. attended the Lottie Moon 'months In Hampton. Mrs Mun- ;
evening during the Happy Only Christians?" Special p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Paul Dlnklns Tuesday Day Prayer at the church, Friday, son Is employed at the Florida Constant Service; Over 50 YearsREFINEMENT -

If at 7'30: the youth choir will music will be furnished by the at 7:30: p.m. Bring your Bibles I Mrs. Marian Leigh of San Antonio December 7. Mrs. R C. Gray led Farm Colony in Gainesville. ;, .

i and the congregational sing- Senior Choir. and let us study together. The : Texas Is spending some time the study of Baptist Missionarywork Birthday Party .) .['
sill be directed by the Pastor Sunday evening at 7:30: the Church that Prays together stays I with her sister, Mrs. O. J. Anders. throughout the world. Spe- The home of Mrs. R. F. Dyal i;r,

jed by the plano-organ-duo. Methodist Youth Fellowship will together. Mrs. Leigh was visiting In' Jack. cial music was given by Mrs.\ Alice was the scene of a delightful surprise -
', message will be "God Christmas -Homer Swindall,. Minister sonville the first of this week. in
putor's present a candlelight Lambert> and Mrs. K. B. Walter- birthday party given
, Waif Musical, "The Story of the Nativity. Mrs Betty Wolfe and son, Billy, son. The Christmas. M. U. will honor of Jimmy Dyal celebratinghis \9

unday School meets 0:45: : with ." The public Is cordially invited TIIKRKSSACHRISTIAN of Wilmington.visit with Del.her are mother on an, Mrs.extended b t e Thursday, Dec. 20, at Mrs. Fred 12th birthday; anniversary. As :
and classes for all CHURCHThe
irtments to attend. Hicks. .u. .u. .__. ._, -- -- -- I ,
, under the supervision of Dr. Following the evening> service young' people will meet Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Perser were 1 "

;1.Woodham Jr., general super- there will be a fellowship hour' for Thursday at 6:30: p.m. for practiceon every necessary
>ndent. Training Unions gather all young people in the recreationhall. their Christmas program to be H. C. Wainwright on Sunday. j g t
6 t15 I under the direction of Mr. given Thursday Dec. 20. The Mr. and Mrs. ROM of Jacksonville available locally and widely known !

Lawson for training In church program will Include a play "The attended services at the CJ\V1 BOXES'i f for its modest coat its wholesome j

nbershlp. The mid-week serve I At The TabernacleAn First Christmas". A number of Methodist church Sunday mornt t courtesy, and always tactful sympa I
Wednesday 7:30 with .
held ing.
recitations :1
by the Theressa group ) :
In charge and bringing M. E. Henegar of Lake City j
pastor important event of the weekat and then the Starke church will I
. of Christmas. spent the weekend with Mr. and i .
the Tabernacle Is the meeting present a play the same night,
Invitation Is extended Mrs. D. B. Harley. Mr. and Mr. BASKETS' '
, cordial Saturday night. Dee 15: with Rev. "Upon a Candlestick", at the F. R. Carradlne and Mrs. Mae I 1 De WITT C. JONES
In these worship '
to join
ill l Patrick Arnold the Theressa church. These two
Phone 7 Starke Fla.
at the Firat Baptist of Wells were also dinner guests of ... $ ,
Ices West Indies Mission Field. He churches are combining their the Fresh Tree Ripened
welcome Harleys on Saturday evening 1
rke where a friendly II will have colored picture slides of Christmas plays In order that we the occasion being Mrs. Hariey'abirthday _
il IwaYI found. the work there and will bring a can give the people who come a anniversary. j I Oranges-Grapefruit-Tangerines I<< I

brief message. The visits from real treat and program. So plan. Bobby Whitehead of" Jasper was Funeral Director Ambulance Service

1 Mark's Episcopal missionaries are always full of now to attend. : visiting his parents Mr and Mrs.C. 8f SELECTED; SIZES Our local tuneral. home enables us to offer convenience) asvl

: Inspiration and Information. Be present for preaching on each R. Whitehead and his grandparents I services not otherwise available.

rch School .9:45: a.m. Morning i Parts are being learned for the Thursday at 7:30: p.m. Mr, and Mrs. H. ,B. Ar- & Shipped Daily- Guaranteed Delivery |* .
i\'fr 11 am.Ltany ChrlHtmas program and much Interest -Homer Swlndall, Minister wood over the weekend.Mr. I' r .

, and Interactions every Is being shown.11EILBRONN and Mrs. Jimmy Hogan and We furnish the service at lowest price, and
highest type
Lay: evening at 7:30.resbyterian : daughter, Faye were guests of MARKET{ ,
I Church of' ChristCorner Mr. and Mrs.: O. J, Anders Sun- 'C MARTIN'S CURB accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY '

Church OnRCnNOTICE 10th and McMahon day afternoon.T. lOI.J t company a* payment In part or In full on a funeral. I
t North Temple Ave. "Phone
Consultation carries obligation.i. .
L. Casey, a member of the BO
Bible School-10 A. M.
School at 9:45.endJiip : ,
;mday '
10 S. L. Watson, pastor of the Heil- Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: Lawtey school faculty resigned "
Class a.m.a
bronn Baptist Church, announces P.M. last Friday and the CaRey! are ---
L in. Morning service Coned now residing In Jacksonville where .. .
has Bible
that the Homecoming Day Prayer Meeting and Studyeach
L..A. Shepherd.
byRev. been changed from the first Sundayin Wednesday 7:30: P. M. he has accepted employment.
.:uth> Fellowship Sunday eve. Mrs.
Long of Starke Is now teach.
In Everyone welcome.
to the first Sunday
i{ at 7 p.m. January ing In the place vacated by Mr. t
March. .. Casey.Mrs".
iPHONE i- St. Edward's Catholic e O. W. Roberts spent the
Rev. Richard tyonapastor.. weekend In Deland with her fa. ,

218 Sunday Mass at 9:13: : a. in. ther J. H. Tatum.

ATTENTIONIf Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Albert Davis of Fort Myers was r .
COLONIALFLORIST Confessions Saturday 7:30: to visiting his sister, Mrs. L. P. Ra- i.!
You Have 8:30: P.r.f.Children's. ruse, and family last week. Mr. .t
Catechism Clasaes, David was returning home after

PINE OR CYPRESS Wednesday, 4:00: P.M. n stay of sometime in a Durham,
I N. C. hospital where he under.

TIMBER TO SELL went a major operation.[ '
I Church of God Sunrlay guests of the J, E. Wall

Large or Small Tracts FLOWERSFOR I 8th & St. pair 3u .Ir. family wore Mr and Mrs. .,'

ALL, OCCASIONS I iunday School 10( a.m. Preston Green of Green. Cove "
We Buy All i Sunday' Morning Worship 11 a rr Springs Mr. and Mrs. Frank

i I Sunday Evening Service 7:3O p mI nichnnl and, son, Frank Albert
PAY TOP PRICESWrite. I V. P E. Servtce Tuesday 7:30: p.m i iI and Mm. Callie Watson all of 'f

I Pr aver Meeting Thursday 7:30: p." .i Lake City, Mr. Watson remained ,.
O (j) for n few days visit with her ,

I niritrii OF JESTS! CIIIUST m-phew's family. Mr and Mrs. 14er
or Call 01' LATTFJt II.\Y SAINTS Wall and small eon, Michael, and 1 !t:
_DISH. GARDENS MrWat.ion were shopping in I
Masonic Temple Call Street. ,
B.T.THOMASLUMBER POTTERYPOTTED SVinday School every Sunday: Jacksonville on Monday. i
I Mr. and Mrs. H. K Priest and ,
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo .
daughter/ Loraine I II
PLANTS accompaniedby
A cordial Invitation
c-es 6BO'1': m.
CO. I Mr. Priest's sister, Mrt. Sum-
Is extended to all
i iI
PHONE 211JP. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE merlin and her husband and their
son. Joe. of Jacksonville were
O. Box 735 PENTE'OMTAL:: : HOLINESS vMtlng Mr. and Mrs.. Ern..stVII

STARKE, FLA. Nona St Starke I rumen liam.of Wellborn on Sunday.

I Sunday School 10 a.m. A number of Lawtey Methodists
.', .": : '.' Morning Service 11 a.m. attended the District Conferenceheld .
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. In Starke last week. Dr and

:. .; Prayer Meetings Wednesday Mrs. W. T. Walters
:. .. .. : attended
night 7-l3: .m. Saturday night
p I every service of the Conference,
7:45: p.m. Rev. C. n. North a former

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Starke -If. Gorslra, pastor pastor of the church here who Is r

now at Seville, was over night

PO guests of the Wilmot Starling

Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor LONG BRANCH family during the conference.

Jefferson $ Court Streets-- In The Heart Of Town Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb'of

Pastorlum 130 By Mrs.. J. U StricklandMr. Starke were spend the day guestsof
Office 231 -
J. E. Wall Jr. family on Fri-

.e. Love of God in Prophecy" and .Bailey Lang and day of last week.
Services! "The
Wait" their daughter. Mildred her husband Johnnie Wall spent a weekend
Evening Services "God Can recently with Calvin
and children recently spent Jones of
_ .
'e the day with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Alachua.
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.. 7:30 P.M. Falrcloth Mr. Lang Is Mra.Faircloth's Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Craven and

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Tralnln Unions 6:15 P.M. brother. Mr. Fair- family formerly of Jacksonville

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. cloth It showing some Improve- are among the new residents of
ment. Lawtey area.

PASTOR Pomple Padgett Is slowly improving 1>. B. Harley
He Is living with his son, Head', Masonic' Lodge 1 ; I

Arthur, and Is able to feed him Lawtey Lodge No.' 189. F. &: A.
self again. M. met on December 4 and elect.

Richard Lang Is walking with a ed the following officers to serve
did not learn If for the year 1952: W. M.D.. B. '> e
GRAY limp we Jr /
HEAR PASTOR BOB Harley; S. W. -So C. Harley; J. Fr
the limp Is caused from arthritisor -
W.-C. A. .
McSwain; Treal-
7:30 P.M. some other cause.
Harry. Wllkerson; Sec'y.--H. C
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oliver, our Harley. '
tell why there is daughter and family moved to The newly elected Master appointed : :
r 1;? Highland last week. Mr. Oliver e ,
the following to serve with ,
"NO CLOAK FOR YOUR Is working for Richard Mosley at him: S. D.-O. J. Anders; J. D. f .e. ",:" .
Highland. We miss them. -J. H. Monds; Chap.--Rev. J. D. .: .

SIN" 3. L. Strickland says he will not Robinson; Tyler--I* H. Futch; i.t j

attempt to conduct services at the I IS.. S.--A. C. Pearce; J, S.--W. P. :: !,.' ,. .+;' ,

Padgett church after the last Sun- Kemp. .. t"" ''.: ( I @ .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton day In this month. Wd will attend i : .' ;. :', .
that day. Dec. 20. but no more as < '>,v ,' 11 ttf '7t-4
Bible School 10 A.M. B.T.U.6:30 [' ,51, he Is unable to make the trip. All i.:'1 V'V. ;:i': WW SUNSHINE SWVANr .

Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:45: I .M. come who can on the above date. AFTERthe t t.j>' *" >'; .
will bfl singing, .J l
Christian There preaching ,r : ..
"If You Like Good Singing and a and dinner on the grounds. ,..: "." .';:;.-!
With Us.riMLVHHiW .
Welcome, Then Collision ,"
'i' ;:\t ;, .

.. 1" LAKE GENEVA Comes the ",J1'w. ,' a

The Missionary-Winded Church By Blanche Cunningham Worry .f '. .. :': Your gifts this year will be-doubly welcome and

Mrs Elmer Forsythe and children Collisions can cause plenty : ,

LONG BRIDGE and Mrs. Chas. Forsythe spent I of Buy'Comprefien- '. doubly practical..because, tho' living costs have
Saturday In Jacksonville. .

10 Miles West of Starke on Route 100 T. M.the Finley Forty local and merchant Eight. meetIng attended I Siva Automobile Insurance before and Collision it's soared, Reddy Kilowatt's average hourly wager

11:00 A. Sunday In Ocala recently. too late. for helping around the house is Just about half

"The Salvation That Jesus Preached"Hebrews We extend our sympathy to '. a
Mrs.\ Mildred Glisson In the recent what it when his
2-3 was company started in business.
death of her father Arthur F. Charley E. Johns

7:30 P. M. Sunday Cumbua. of Carraway. Also to Agency .
Mr. Woodrow Cox In the deathof
"Neglect"Hebrews Mrs B. F. .. I .."11
her grandmother, Pkone IS 8TABKB. fTLA
2-3 Hudguis of Palatka.

7:30: p 1\1. Monday .

"What Is Your Way of Escape?" "f J': w FlOlm POWER & LIGHT COMPANY :

_ Hebrews 2.3 ._ Midget Peocll Sharpener deal .... ....

for home ow. Only (1.85.-Brad- 4.crue tiM THeTRAVCLCftS. Hartforel
r ford County Telegraph. -


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DEC 14 19 51 ,


"AGE EIGHT --- ..... ,
and l TO ."'PI': 'R try! Myrtle T. p.. v..... Deputy Clerk Evans
BHS Cagcrs Bow To Lake Butler; Br..nk .I. four*. llreilCi.rd. Coiintr I, I./U 41 1461i Law Bxr-han am"! .'; "l F.; ,
I. (hancerr.
I You vllle Florida' ; ";"n
Suit .. i NOTICE TO APPBARIn In ""d', S&
Ilaldwln. PIaInitfr( the
Both Teams Ft. f .. l .. Baldwin. DpffndnnlCaee C'lrrilt c.;..... BeaChed Clr. cult ('''urt ofn.;; ,- \-,, #:
I Play McCoy Tonight court No. 8814 I PlerMai In Ckaacerr.Al of Januau "' 1
---- -" quired. Anpear. etta Kin-tow. Plaintiff ".. Sonic 1I..tlon.| ,,f .
TRADB' YOUR OLD STOVK IN ai- Bradford High's glrla and boys and Knight with 33 was high for awer the : a Wlllla Baldwin whoa' Klaatow ivflce T.Defendant Appear.To C'aae No. 8K36 taken .. conf>u,. '\..d ",1 "131'""

.' & HOUSES I down payment on a n.*w onaV* I baaketball team'* bowed out in Lake Butler. on. ..In.': 4IH HilNhrord I.ene, : SonIa K lax tow. whoa reel This nIlU" .hall by y"..
will mak a liberal allowance Vlrvlnla. once b.
you each
dence la: .131 Euhr Avenue, '
I Bronx Week
th !
It,- their opening gutaen Tuesday Arthur Wlnkler with 13 tot rour
notified that
FOR RENT 8lHj iaa Ct. polntll.wall Clerk hereby a New York. Weeks &In the 'On
night to Lake Butler cagen. The I high for the local boys, but fore ; fur divorce has keen You are hereby notified that a cr.ph. Bradford Co.n
BINfOKIl SKWINH Marhln. Compuny. gIna ended 61-81. while when he fouled you In the above nam suit for Divorce baA bn flied Oal.d Ihl,
newly don aver furnlahed game up out early In the | 7h| .
ATTRACTIVR Iak City, Flu. Phon. (' and came and you are re against you In the abov named lUst. 'a, J).
apartment fur rent. OrmlyApartmentn will repair your machine In 180'1 the local boys were on the abort third quarter Bradford was hit a feened aerve a copy of your an- Court and cause and you ar* re. (OFFICIAl
on Clark Street, Jr.$rOpr top condition. reaaonuble end of a 45-36 ncope. mighty blow. Lake Butler took i This pleading, to the complaint. qulred to serve. a copy of your an. I SE.'LI A.. .
month. A. J. Thomaa Evan Clerk 1
Agent. Our aorvlre cera will i lvk up and game held It throughout -I weeks .. and Neal r) Kvana. Jr., the Plaintiffs Attorneys Evan I T Deu.r
__ delivery ....vl... upon requeat.New wan high. The Lake Butler the I : Wahaoe. niilldlne Jack. rmI ,
RUNrjAI.OW FOH itKNTS Hinder machlnea are avail except during third quarter graph., ;; ;: Florida"and' ; ; "file the-'orl lo- ""- "'- _""- _""- _.... .... d .
bedrooma, modern tll. I.."II. rtn* ahla on rciaiionabln' terma.MATTRESSES. Klrla jumped Into an early lead when BHS tied It 25all. 1951.* i office of the Clerk of th* .
air cooled Kverythlnr but It wan ahortllved an the Both team Court m or .before the I 14th
tral heatlns were playing without ( [
furnlnhed **ee|>t "".".. l.lv- .. Starkeltes began to hit the basket January. 1962: otherwIse
T many days ot practice but .,, paid
dlnett.. kitchen pantry I of Complaint
Very tnir room large cloaeta' Apply! t'olon' and noon were leading 13-8. Four Lake Butler did have an edge on By taken aa cnnfeHeed. hr voti.
lal Kloriat, Nnnn Ri, 'hon. 2IH' point separated the two team* at the locals notice shall o* publIshed
tf OF ALL KINDS having played and won week for four nn."I'V'' Xmas
t IlENOVATEDj !halftime) and at the end of the one game. already this season. the Bradford County Tele., J SpecialsROBBINS
nKNT-.On* four-ronm huime third quarter. Lake Butler lead- I.
FOR f.6.Ttath Fort McCoy girls and boys ..
.. I five-room hntiHe play ....,
915 I fl" thIs 7th day of December
running water and ...I4tti ... L:] I Ing. Mary France Hazen was here Friday night at the armory. .. ..
I mtlea from ,,,,,,'k.. I I.. H high pointer for Starke : .1. ThnmaaClerk ;
Ity. Hox HIM, Near Old [ 1tt.!, 7' with 30. First game starts at 7:3O.j : REAL) A.
In.l.n. Kl. I. <'li j l.latt. : of the Circuit Court.
T-landln-f Highway | &.1t ; I I 'jotlc T. Deaver Deputv Clerk A Tf
j County Commissioners Will Toi
Meet 12/14 4t 1/4/62
yon IUI.NT..rI..n cloae. F'UIlNITUItE ''wh..... :

In location.apartment.AIl Dealrable thre. rcinniM and Itruphoutrml' and 'I Discuss Matters Concerning Road r l r -: (."., TO Arm tn
bath rnttBKce. Kntlrely redecorated 229 ,. ( cart. Bradford foaty,
I. 2111 Wf.\ ..,"""n. tfFOH Keflnlahe You !. ( ".......r".
A special meeting of the Board Also suit Kverelt* {'....k. Plaintiff va.
HKNT-llnilHe I'Vi mile eaetnf HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. I I I to be discussed are mattersIn ,* Cook. [efendnnt.
Old Illandlng ItoadAVttllnm of County Commissioners will be Court .
Htarke nn connection with the proposed ( as* No. 8823
Itp Box 230 Palatka, :Fla. quired f
"Sll-o-; held In the courthouse i Appear.
Saturday hard
surfacing of that portion wer Krancea Cook, whoee
YOn HKNTTwo 3-rniim turn"hedapartmenta. ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAron morning at 10 o'clock for the pur- from the junction with 225 on into nn the : (K: ('/,, .1. A. Htubba I Me
comfortable hi.da.ZorKI I.,.. ..Ih Carolina.
.. TIIM lU'I'O T-1I"NEO Hrld pose of discussing matters In connection
healer, electric rena.Iarg portion of the road the hereby notified that a
.. porch livid Inwn. o-1i6. At -100) Killtravi Weddlnv Invitation with State Road S-229 Is now being surveyed and It Is Clerk Divorce has been filed
Call HI. bridle 1':. Htarke, take% on 914 fin.*r. rag-oontitnt Bradford County pa.p..r.nnlv (old Ralford road)I. ,fore. rl : \ I:: ;: you In the above named
left graded road I Vi rtill'''n to hoped to have It. Included In the caua and you are re. JAil
.. Telegraph. '.....
with' fltgtt al ftat Mra tfSRRVKT. i The ( '
Board will State noov of
houae tf attempt to windup Road Department budget at serve a your an-
Curl Wynn, BrnOkPIdayH Apt* feaeed pleadIngs to the complaint
: .. OAR RKFRIGKRATORHllilftiUirly details of obtaining the neecessary -' an early date. ThIs Plaintiff Attorneys Evan
ftRNTflaratr* Apt.. '8-rooma. prlvrd at IJII'I 220. I'rlr- The 3RD announced last week once .. and Neal D. Kvana: Jr.,
( : klt. >hen: altmsleeping ; ... right of way for the portion week Ktchana, Hulldlna', Jack.
Imlh nil *l ctrlo full to .1at $"D 98. You can't that bids will be .
roome, hotlfce at KlnW.I..vI.ak. haRt thle oni* 'Hlnrl ORM rr> that Is soon to be between received 'until sraph.. Florida and tile the LADIES COATS
... For Pale wornl range Mm. I 10:30: a.m. on December 21 for I In the office of the Clerk I

I M Mitchell_ _ ______ RADIOS REPAIREDAll the junction with road 225/ hard- urfaclng the stretch between mt( Circuit Court on or before
day of January 1 1152:
rlflKN14ahIn. S room .and Makr. All Mnd.l.I ICII4N. and Conner bridge. I I 225 and Conner bridge. .. the allegation of paid
bath.. All Itnprnvementa. Tel. "...n..hl. .."..r... -_ ............ Br will, b* taken a* con'......
17-U-I-l. Plnehurat Tourlnl, Court. ('. MIIKPIIKHHTn ... ,
KeyMone Highway lip 12/14 : W. Call lit. trk Ph. :33srnvInAr. Matinee Candidate Adams notice ahall b. published Lay-A ways

AFARTMICNT iron nz.N'r-3.ronm.. tRP:1) OAS nANE.i for At Florida Theatre I Here Tomorrow .In: T""' the week Bradford for four County consecutIve Tele Accepted 9

screened porch. Frlgldftlre, Ran .al'". Keaeonnbty lurtcrd.. Hlad, For .
Move, completely fllrnl.h.u& (1.. ('D. Ito Friday,. Dec, 21 \ thla 7th day of December" .
tiio. Located 4X1 W. MurllMiin. In. Former Supreme Court Justice l
i Jamea
quire at Chamber nf Commerc*. ttftl'AKTMKNT ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .
FYnROf.ASS RRASKRS! Flneat On Friday morning. Dec. 21, the Alto Adams will be at the courthouse -# \otlie Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Kllll ItKNT.:: Imrttilllyfurnished. typewriter eraiier ever made. Reloaila Florida Theatre will be hoat the T. Deaver Deputv Clerk
; to In Stark
Franc. h"".,, h.*hlnd III 15 niToniU with FybrcluaaRerill. Saturday morn- : To: 12/14 4t 1/4/52 ,' Values Up To
lot ItiiitlHt; I'hurch. 9lt! m,. A. ..TThiiman .. Only' BOo. riuarantoed. "For.ever" young people of Starke and vicinity Ing at 11 o'clock for the purpose U A .
Jr. AHinlnlmrntor. tfHELP Bradford County T.I.r..phtf at it* annual Kiddy Toy Matinee. of lull You 0'1'"..: TO "PPR'It Q 32.95
discussing Informally his, race foant. Bradford Cn.it I. G. Harris manager, states for Governor. In announcing hU. Court In Chancery. I'Ins! Tax
S WANTED S REAL ESTATEFOR that all children ahould be on handat visit here quired. I.ee Sager Plaintiff. vs. ,
Judge Adams said "Mr Hubert .
MALE & EEMA1.PiItA' : SAI.KHAI.K 9:4.1: a* the program will beginat awer huger Defendant.Caee
Adams the
will SS25
accompany me, and
NTr-'cffh', ri,ik. muatbe 10: a.m. The feature attrac Is Invited. Waldo. .. Appear. <
H' everyone -especially the ", Hobert, fuaer: whoa f
.ahl In take. ehnrtlmnfl Keply ?.Olt hv nwn..r-.rn.. hniia tion-will be "Hold That Baby". ladies" la: Mmint (,lIn 'on, Vlr All Ladies
to fbi ft23'A advtalnic wher you' with 1 arre lanil 92.AOO./ Located ..r t h. I
han hi r..c.h.,1 hv plum. ItaUNT.P on ffrudPd' ronil between J....'. "Bring along an old toy tf you the : .. hereby notified that
Drill niiil rallrnnd., Herbert MnrrlK.len have one to If NOTICR TO APPRAIt wlna a S
WANTKD I "Kltnerlencedbookkeeper ( Tuu.l., 2/li give away. youlflfl't I In Circuit Court. Bradford ComftT, plaint DIvorce and restoratIon
.fmnhlnittlnnHteno I $ Htark 4tp I n name ha. been filed
needed ( have an old toy come any- Florida! lit C".n. ..,.
and hukk.oPrr. ApplvTlradford Oerald K. youThla you In the above named WOOL TOPPERS
Furnltiiri I t'cirp., I mnill WAY as the Florida Theatre will be V liglnlu, llannon.liinmin. Plaintiff vs. once cauee and you are requir.
Foil UAI.IC' --Five hone Defendant.
..a north of SI.rke'u... IT. HTni IlKhle' ,: hot and ITId room water iraraKeand I your host free at this time" Mr Can. No 88.15etlce weeka nerve a copy of your
Up larve varil ..I."nWater \ To Appear.. ..r..h.I9ft' nr pleadlnir' to the com
Inquire Harris 88ld.Christmas.
To the 1'lalntlff'a Attorneys, <<
: Virginia llannon
Worka. lip whoaa reeldenca
W NT : '--.!<>h dnlni hn"". ...workking and addrena I is: 445 HaMt 22nd I ISvanti. and Neal ,
N" ".. phon1q43 UpMISCELLANEOUS Htreet, Hronklyn. New Law Rxchnna-e, DT1't..id. ;,,
York. ( .
FOII HAI.K-Koiir rnoni knit with You Florida
PageantAt are hereby and file the
notified that a
IlKbta and water n aorea of ,land. stilt for Divorce, In the office of the << 0'
la.i.10. f|_tnOfiiHh. and l.alnm |:UIt.r ciiatody and con By Clerk 9
; : trol of minor children awarded .. ( Court on or before the .
tiio. tine block wvat State Prison to
or Farm
Defendant etc.. haa been filed. I of January 10S2: other- Values
era Market. .1. K CrawfordDm Up
U9HFOR agitliiMt you In the above named. AII ,.allnn. of aald Com. (g{
I Kl"l( SAI.K-- 9IIH.! One nw ItollfHKtTiuya Chaplain L. A.. Shepherd of the Court to and cauea and. you are requtred -. I. {' b* taken aa confessed hy
Hlcyelw, 93&: T<*l<*phon*tl/tl 171Dtp "AT.l1no: voiiltv III0 acrex, State Prlxon at Ralford announce nr pleading nerve I to a copy the ''''of'lnl.lllint your I answer on. the .*.lt. .1"".. .." hall he published once To
4 ronm hoiiHe Klectrlc' cooking,, I'liilntirfa Attorney I ,, T. Frank Ijtn- .lIu" k for four eoneeetitlv I
100 ft. 2-Inch rock well with elcc.trie drum., Mtitrke, ,
that the Christmas Pageant. Flot" lilu and file the the Bradford
joI1'AIlIiN 2 KHI'IT IIOUHM.' : flaw Innation County Tele.
pump' Terma 1200 down, f.'lomonth : original In the office of the f'lerk \ottce 19.9,5
IM now It toilu.ouhh "f"t..rk. fur eiiultv.I I then 'I 4 month World'1 will nf the circuit I .
of the be Court
*nnvwh on KlKhwnv r1 Prlr anl.*.* rlprht Wo. uhlnfruit lip :until: bHlnn'-e paid.. Mr., *Hlarllntf 1 "Light presented 14lh' I "Ill y of January. on, or I IDS2 before: otherlee t the- I."on To;:, : : :: i : ; ,: I : thin 7th day of December i
I phon 201.W. ln 1J/2H by inmates of the prisonon \* the nll"lI'lIl1..n.I I of cut hi C'''In'r.1I.lnl 3Vrishi
; ( SI2AT.! ) A. Plus Tat
will lit taken T. Thomas .
Dec. 26 at 8 collfeeHeil I (Vinn.
p.m. Clerk of the
Foil HA 1.10-TCKKKYH: unit Culxinn You Circuit Court ,
1I'r.. T. J. AM"rmHn, llaniplnn.Flit. Von houee fI\\.Jo1-Tw.nlY Will Nail htiuea acrea and and" II"old, More than 75/ person* will take Thla notice shell he published nit
__ __ .-___lip ber aeparate. .1 nillea north ofHtarke part In the production. Including nnce weeka each In week .for four conatfcutiv* ."
oil Highway 2.1 I ml IB off the Bradford County Tele Court,
WEODINO AND BIRTHDAY CAKRS orchestra choir and cast Rev graph.Dated.
highway Contact Mrs K. A quired,
-91 liP. Order" tjtkiin at ahmr'n Kelly I [1420 Alvarea: Ht,, Jai'knonvllle I thIs 12ih day of December,, A I T
la ewer
aald. The public '
Shepherd ,
Olft Shopp.. rhon. 88." tf or phone U-n.lOU.: Itp I I9r i I.10J'FICIAr I.
on th
cordially Invited to attend. PR\r.) x, .1. Thomaa. ".. ..- Sustitute"t

Fly :\I'rl..r. T.rlf Deaver of the, rwnurv circuit;;: Clnrk Court. I Bench l..e a row.. I...... or PIg :1

RITES: SUNDAYFOR 12/14 4t l/4/oa of the Jtrnn a ebovrl Saul Short : ROB'BINStc 0 I N

I I'IP IIIC.KM: MOTICK-TOHff: ,ll the' .. I I : dig

KILLED IN ACTION In Klorldal Circuit'I.Court(-kai,*.llradford... Mary I Katherlna. ',; feeeed Prompt IteniotNl of l.ad
Hllva fin Int, Iff. ....
vs. .
The body of Pfc John Hicks who Manuel J. Sllva, Defendant.Cane .1 Thla. orV irlBlr .. 1.1..k

I IGre was killed In action In Korea on Nt,. 9813 I once weeka I
Ti Appear. 3330 Collect {{
nIgIL August 17, 1950. will arrive in known To: Manuel reitldenca J., Silva aol whom laat i I graph.r> I ... 'The Store of Values".

Lawtey with military escort Sat (leneral delivery. Wanhlnirtoii addreea, I>waa. C.,I mi. Slarke 132 I!
urday night and will remain You are hereby notified that a ( '
through Sunday morning; at the ault for Divorce hut been filed
against' you In the above By
home of his parents Mr. and Mrs Court and ccii.. and you are named re- ; I -
Samuel A. Hicks. quired to aerve a copy of your annwer -
or pleading to the comnlnlnt
Funeral services will beheld. In on the F'lalntlff'a Attorney Curlua
K. Iliirprr, 204 Went \\
the Long Branch Cemetery Sunday : University Ave.
nIle latneevllle, Florida, ...nrll.\ .
afternoon at 2:30: o'clock with the nrlKlnal In the office of the

/. military rites at the gravesldo. I,'Clerk fore the of the 14th Circuit day nf Court January. on or I1I5S I beI .: I ONLY C I OFFERS YOU!

Officiating ministers will be Rev. ntherwlHe. the alletcatlfmM nf aalfi LAD E
'I'Complaint will be taken ... runfeeeed -
Newton of Maxvllle and Rev. T. by you.

'' cVOUM3 Q. Mitchell of Starke. Thla notice nhall be publIshed
IL once
each week for four ,
(aft coneecutlve
Pfc Hicks was serving with the weeks In the Bradford
County TileSraph. ii
., First Marine Division at the time I'alert thla 12th day of So MUCH for So LITTLE !
of his death. He had been In the 195 1* December, a

I service about three years. tOPFICIAT PRAT, .) A..1. Thnmaa, CI
Clerk of the Circuit'
Court. ri/I

these% 11'O'Ie'features \ .---.. .. I II Given Certificate; By Myrtle T. Deaver_____ I2/l rteniitv' 4t 1/4/BJ ri"rk I

OTICB .. ___ _
I. rl.. ... :
I Highway Patrolman Q. A. FllllnI florid i In C".n...Dradfpd.... Co..t,. ,AM _

__ i I glm has received a Certificate of f'arka Marjorle. Defendant.I'arka, "IMalntlff in l.o..t-r AM 1'\\ __
___ Cane No. .
8H33 '
i Appreciation from the National Nefte Ti. Ape>eae. ( ) ONE .
II I I'.American Legion thanking him for I To: I.enter rark, ivhone realdenco. I

I his assistance during the 33rd L- -

# %d National Convention held In Miami !
: 1 recently. Ptlllngtm was assigned

to patro\' work In Miami during TURKEY

, I the convention.



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s11 Veteran Farmers of If- 1. --- 100 LB. GAS
a Mrl LImitid I" Express StrvU. I I i Red Canyon

: Mire Tkro.sh a..*., Miss Strvle' to
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DEC 14 19 5i !


Second Section Bradford County Telegraph



control of today's county the School Board and tbe Board Are The .ucc..ful'. and efficient ment of school grounds' construction .

2 .ystem 1. vested In a five- of Trustees; make recommendations These Your Schools operation of the county school of new buildings, major alterations
tr Board of Public Instruc- to the School Board for .
Improvement system, like any other business, and repairs to existing build.
Board of
three-member of the county school \\Jt i dependent upon a complete and ings. The purchase of school
,, and a County Superln- system; and to execute the policies sound financial structure well buses, and other mobile equipment

''!! of Schools, all of whom of the local Special Section Devoted To Telling The Story of Bradford County Schools planned. and well administered. Involves the expenditure of $18.10of
the people. regulations of the
toted by The period of operation for each $100 of school funds. $3.12
Board. of Public Instruction the laws of the each school year begins on July of each $100 is set aside for debt
five lay members elected and act as 1 and ends the service which
,ij of I following year on Is the repaymentof
unty-wWe baals from each officer to the 0 0 LilT 0 KEEP US FREE June 30. In planning the fiscal obligations Incurred In years
hI jive county com.meeIOflerctj : Trustee Board. program for the school. the first prior to the current year.A .

I II In order for step> !. for the board of public brief summary of the\annual
primary responsibility for; intendent to ( speech given by I,' thing Is false and all men are worthy of support If It falls to If our schools are to keep ua Instruction to prepare an estimate budget for the 19 1-52.school termis
;Jelopmenl and operation of the many duties Bailey. State' liars and crooks on the other hand. equip the people with a reasonable free they must teach youth to of the anticipated revenues from as follows:
County school system! ties assigned to Public Instruc We must encourage our youthto proficiency In the skill subjects of understand World Freedom and aU sources. Including federal

Iced Bradford by Florida law upon thed I necessary to ; develop Initiative. The desireon reading writing arithmetic, and Its Implications for everyday liv tate, and county. During the current R."elp'Total Per
.;: public schools the of to better other fundamental skills. The Our must understand
Public Inotructlon. Some specialists to part people ing. youth year. the proportion of revenue T1uiticit 'I OO.IM
of Important powers and responsibility and an ob- their condition and the willingness dilemma arises out of the fact why and be willing to accept the I derived from the above stated State Federal. aireee .1H.90II 00 '.79
most ,, maintain to exert themselves to do so are that these phases of the school discipline that makes freedom 2"'u.o. "!I.nn 00 Lit
delegated to this Board are I The sources Is a. follows: $ .7ft ofeanh ountr SourcesTotal I 10.334 00 81 .IIi '
'ermine policies for the opera- sarily varies with democratic way basic to the American Way of curriculum do not represent any possible. Youth must not confuse |10O will come from federal :'
improvement of the coun- county but the schools have Life. We must teach Initiative in where near all the education freedom with license to do as one sources. ; $71.31 of each $10() willcome :Ii tr..I".ndll". &39,982.00. lOOOt
ind and adopt aol ton! of the for service the same manner as we teach needed for successful living today. pleases. All the good things of from state sources; and 131.- ''O..ncoral 1 Control 17,37401) SIC

vftool*; devejpp program; estab- Is fairly typical of under their I' anything else, by providing op We have the responsibility to include life are purchased through sacrifice 91 of each 1100 will come from Operation Inntrurtlonul of. Plant 191,3411)0 UHO.OO, Rl*: (&(10 T .
I tttendance and school attendance parable size In of all the portunity to exercise this trait In the basic skills togetherwith and discipline. There Is ao county sources ($1484" of the Alnicnanr It.ono.ni I..' i

schools and control school prop- sible to the the schools all learning situations under the vocational education Indus other way. Our youth 'must learn! county fund Is derived from local Auxiliary.. ('hargep.Agencies. SS.1i1l1l iSLeS 00Flxnd 00 10 1.1'.T*
,:OWl n minimum standfor thus to the : to work with guidance of expert teachers. Encourage trial arts, homemaking physical that no one can !give them free. taxation, and (7.07 Is from racing fcv} .nlnir Adult
prescribe I during their I children to exercise judgment and health education and other commission fund). Hrhniiln It t.HOO 00( 49 I
schools consolidate( struction are the dom.My "..PIUI I outlay lli.nnnim i I I..S It
when they are I In choices and decision which
making areas fundamental
are to
members and final point Is much more 1>. '
establish bua routes: deau ; I The total expenses of the .bl Hurries 19.39001) siS i
alt; and most I *, to respond to such the full of
development chil
questions our
'posltloni to be filled and The principal, difficult to discuss but probablythe schools are also estimated for the Total IK,577.00. "toO.09Tlie
as, "What do think about dren. There must be up.l
you no ,
qualifications for these for the local ; most important concern that fIscal year a* one step In the prep-
be concerns which this or that? or "What would with those who '
you express educators must face--that of Re- preparation of the budget la
for the proper general supervisor' aration of the school budget.The .
provide; for all children of ervisor, the school in Ute think. do unders these circumstances desire to go back to the 3 R'a. Oursocl..ty ligious Education. No Individual general. classification Into' usually started In April, for the)

tinting for the atten- the negro of our school We must encourage a sense of personal today la not the type of is ready for citizenship unless he which the budget i la divided, and ensuing year. Much time, thoughtand
ol age, proper to meet the Independence In the attitudeof 2 its society we knew 25 .
years ago. In the next
and planning
develops phyncally mentally spent
health to safety and other specialist' share upon which estimates are made,
to us free. our youth. Surely we must teach children to spiritually. The courts have ruled few months to provide as nearlyas
relating welfare of for supervision Ie as follows: general' control. In
to the
m, have the ability We mjmt be concerned that the read, to write and to .
that all Florida gram. The compute; I that there must be a separation of struction auxiliary services, fix possible for the best expenditure
ol I and the substance of learning in our them are common Integrating of funds that will be avail
Church and
rules and man and the and Slate I feel sure ed charges and capital outlay. In
I laws, and regu- give our people schools shall be designed to keep skills which all of us must have able.
we all agree with that decision but the
the responsibility( budget adopted for
11 of the State Board are prop- u*.free. We to educateall but I this year
and adopt maintenance Independently are seeking our responsibilities as educa- the courts have never ruled that $2.79 of each $100 Is for In July the> County Board adopt
enforced; Prepare appraise, the children of all the people tara are much broader expended
very the f
now tentative
umual budget; Provide for the sponsibility for I there should be no religious Instruction general control which Includes the budget for preliminary -
reach conclu- which means that broad curricula than before.
of kind In use, after which It 1s adver-
recordsreportL nancial I any our salaries of the .
of all necessary ,
?mg a school finance upon Intel- must be offered to meet the needsof One of our most fundamental i schools. board members office assistants, lilted locally and a public hearingIs

office secretary. of fact. We I all children. Many of our pa- human rights We must learn to live and legal assistance and held before final adoption. This

of the Board I practice office) and
"it three members to resist the trons are not aware of the complexities clze- Is public hearing la held so that .
are elected from dlf- The scope and which beset: of which demandso our democracy. We must be administrative expenses. $53.56 ofeach per.
.rustefs society : the
right to sons who are interested In their
school Board Member dlsjbya modern school and without much of our schools. Citizens morally strong enough to Insistthat S100 Is appropriated for the'
tl t Like all schools be advised of the
a where every child has a right to payment of Instructional salaries, may pro-
vote. system
county-wide elements frequently see schools
today with U visions
health and education. If schools Including those made by the Board for the
function of the trustees I I Is rather vaguely are anxious to through the same eyes' they saw / of .upervlaors.prlnl'lpala. ,
principal This
one ensuing
ajor vided by law are to keep us free, we must Impress : teachers, and non-ln- year. hearing also
recommend teachers and prtn'i communica I them when they were pupils 35 constructive gives the
i bodies of I I upon our youth the value of structlonnl personnel Salaries of public opportunity to
for the Individual .school' us from our years ago. The home has delegatcd cism Is based discuss with the Board
: to have spiritual and moral laws whichare custodians, fuel, lights, water and any pro- I
possible .I'I,
superintendents and I of life toward many of Its former functionsto of \ thn
county purpose. ject requiring expenditure of '
consistent with the janitorial
without spiritual supplies take 13 80 ofeach
system We must the schools. The school
apals may make recommenda- youth to be attitude funds. In which they are especially -
which 100. while
generally the
and cooperation In our youth the never be an adequate substitute maintenance ",
but the final I '''
the trustees Interested that .1
< to : so such
the and projects
American I feel repairs take
among people.
sonnel. The Auxiliary
rests with the trus between that : for a good home, but schools must be considered
onaibillty continuation may by the
sure will have agencies such
we a happy and as
made and Is transportation
that makes assume for the I Isalaries
ai the Board of Public In- great responsibility Board before final adoption of the .
ford by Hiiccesaful! In that ( of bus driven, gasoline, !
trustee county propaganda on full development of youth Into re- I year feeling ,
lion reject a rec- budget
: may without a the fuels and oil, and maintenance), health and I 1. !
skepticism Hponslble efforts
through.our we have helped .
lendation only for good cause. I I sanitation After the public hearing, any l
and take" that In the school attend ,
: No
that every- program Is motives. I
"ie responsibility for the ad- the schools to keep ua F'HEIO. recommended changes resulting
by the personnel ance services and expenses of the
nration and supervision of the- therefrom are Incorporated In the .
itjr t school system rests upon' The accorded Increasing to I HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY BRADFORD SCHOOLS MEET I each lunch program$100) expenditure require 10.75 Fixed: of budget. It Is then approved by the [

!ected County Superintendent, educators 1 I ACCREDITATION REQUIREMENTS 'charges which Include insurance I Ipremiums County Board and! sent to the ,4 j
U required by law to be a tax State Department of Educationfor ,
primarily a result assessor's and tax I
.fled school administrator. His The county superintendent has' live membership in grade or collector's fees school election review and subsequent approval -

"a' as stated by Florida lawto democratic II been Informed by the state department classes; 6)) lens' than minimum ''I costs and bond ,election, requirean by the State Superintendent

advise and counsel with found throughout of education that the membership In grades or classes; expenditure of $1.97 of each I Upon approval by the State SuperIntendent I
followlpg schools have been &C.l 7)) length of class periods, ; 8))) $100. The capital outlay the budget Is returnedto !
!i,1 'r.'tllted for the 1031. 2 school length of school day. expendi the County Board to aerve asa
soc/iers/ Study I1 .,'term: Brooker Junior High I : The fact that most of our tures cover such Items as the purchase guide In the expenditure of ft;

.Hampton Elementary Lawtey I schools! .have met (the standards of additional. sites, Improve- school funds. for the fiscal year. !
F. earch-of help'.ln:; ( ,ho, area of the. various I Junior High; Bradford County required for stateaccreditation. \ I
irulum development (how and Much attention High School, and R. J. E. High Is something of which parents, The -
t shall be taught), the teachers pupil-teacher ( School. pupils, and touchers should bn Building ProgramThe II

;-adford County elected to cona I Include In order for a school to be accredited justly proud; however, we must .\
> study of curriculum. No one work to be done, by the State Department remember that these, are only I impact of the postwar highbirth Although much remains to be :.1

'fled that such a study would ing, citizenship I lof Education It must minimum standards and that we rate, added to an accumulation constructed before It can be said ,
lutionlze the schools of the pupil-guidance. I. ly meet the .atlSfactorl-1 should set for ourselves new and ,' of much-needed repairs that that all of the children of Brad

ty but everyone hoped that votcatlonal, ) 'llahed by the state higher standards.' The achievement the county v/as unable to make ford County are housed In adequate

ichool would find ways and The general ( cation In each of the following: of state accreditation Is. during thti. depression and war classrooms some progress has
11 of helping students to learn In the study of People"A areas: 1)) qualification of the I only one step In the program of yours, has resulted In a criticalbuilding been made on the county building

effectively as well as organlz- lame stated very principal; 2)) qualification of: Improvement of educational opportunities situation In Bradford program. Ten elementary classrooms -
materials and subject matter. very general teachers; 3)) program of studies; I In Bradford Qnunty County. The shift of population In I a cafeteria and the conversion \
specialist from the College of Is the school's t 4)) school membership; 5)) excelPARENTTEACHER-' Shall we move on? the county Is another complicating 'I of the old auditorium Into -j
'tion, University of Florida. the great burden factor. While the rural areas a library have been completed at r
selected to coordinate they. for training ASSOCIATIONSThe I have remained static or declined. Bradford High School. One- primary --- .

The study began In Febru- fectively and In population, the city of Starke classroom and Indoor toilet ,
1951, and was carried through democratic Bradford County Parent- generously of their time and effort has more than doubled In the last : facilities have been added at Ilell-
post-school accomplish this, Teacher Associations are a part of to this project. More recently decode thus creating an acute bronn School. The roof I
planning' period and the
I "' ).: IS! BUS LIHKAKY, how located In Its altrnrllie.
the National of building
Congress Parents the P'T A has contributed problem at the Interior
h ended on June 15, 1951.: that the school : Bradford plaster has been
...... quarters on ground floor of high school building.1 / and Teachers. This High School repaired
organization funds
'Ie school was In regular spring gram that will for the elementary school center. at Brooker Jr. High School. Law- .
fast learner the pledged to work for the welfareof library and for the B. II. 8. lib The Board of tey has
lon, all county teachers met In I Public Instruction, a new heating/ plant and I
ke for two hours each week slow learner: I Bradford High Bradford County Tuberculosis and ALL children, Is democratic in I rary, Increasing the facilities of upon the recommendatlona, of the repair have been made upon the
'wing the school day. After the ment program their new If- Health Association and the Starke the true sense of the word. The, thane to a great extent. The last State Department of Education, roof and plaster. The Hampton

I term was over. In the I dents to enjoy consist of a P-T A, Is adequate. objects of_the poT A are project was to promote an Improvement adopted the following program; heating system has fawn modern

rg the teachers 'met six hours music. art and ; (twice as big 1 Use of the library haa Increased ly educational, entire-I In the audio-visual department Bradford High. 12-room elemen- ized and the termite damage re- i

v for a period of three weeks. 'vide learning ), a conference approximately 20 per cent since .higheit Ideals for child of the library. tary addition new auditorium, paired. R. J. E. has the first unit
""m work waa organized so that will teach ; work a work- the new quarters have become The local P-T A has assistedthe I Through the P-T A organization cafeteria band end music room of four classrooms of their new-
I all available. the r Starke school In many ways. I the home and the school are Industrial school
'person might work in a group cisions based on ( necessary At present time arts shop, and a gymnasium bullillng.
h was studying the problem : prejudices and an aucll' visual about. 50 pupils are In the library One .of the earliest projects was brought Into doser relation where- ; Lawtey. -two elementary; The major portion of the fund
blch he was Interested. Some ions; provide to seat" 80 at all times with another 50 In to assist In promoting the healthof by parents and teachers cooperate, classrooms, new heating plant and used for this construction and re.

the subjects for group-study which. will be as a place for the audio-visual room. An ave'rageof I our school chlldien. In cooperation more intelligently In the trainingof ; repairs to roof and. plaster; Hell- pairs comes from the state capital

0: citizenship training. math: development of color scheme 70, books Is checked: out dally. with the County Health the child. Also, through PiT A, bronn Springs-one primary outlay fund, and la subject to
tics, social studies reading traits as honesty. Is very effective; | The audio-visual program, I I Clinic:, members of the P-T A such united efforts may be developed classroom and Indoor toilet facili I state supervision. Although thin

p age arts, science arts and spect for others. and an asphalt I which extends from grades 1-12. I helped i In tests for the eyes, the between educators and ties, Hampton.. Modernize the fund has been of considerable help
'Ie' ,and music ty rights and the general at I serves approximately 350 students : ears, and general physical exami- the general public as will secure heating plant and repajr termite to the county It In not adequate
dally through/It nations. Dr. A, Y Covlngton Mrs. for every child, the highest advantages .
LJhrary films to
ma of damage
methods used by the In- order; provide program ; Brookvr- Repair roof, meet all the building needs ot
.10' In teaching the course democratic living as complete as 1 In the audio-visual room and i E. McKrrlght and other members In physical, menial social plaster and paint Interior of build- the county. The board. will not b
those which he i wanted the students shall be and numer- 1 check-out of records and fllm1 of the Health Clinic have given and spiritual education. Ing; R. J. E. High -b.ool---com able to do much more than lurntnh

:her. to use In their own claas11 dividuals; that pupils have an strips. I I.iI plete twelve grade school; and new classrooms for the new students -
SitUations Learning was ex"d each student be ; large quantV I The library program la available SCHOOL BAND Lawtey Training---complete six for years to come unless the
t to result from lectures. students pamphlets and 12 months In the year. Th. summer grade school.Since yearly Increase In enrollment

""fr small-group dlscusalpns, background or "' pro program, announced In the there were not sufficient should decline. With the present '
ports paper each June. Is for all ages. .. funds high construction the board
from special-Interest equal opportunity rental films '. :...... to complete the entire pro- coats
''pI. These reports came out of tivities; and that records. ',I The Bradford High School Library .. .. .' .. .. .r.II.Io'r:'. .. .. >,- "' ... ":.' ... 10"" ', ..... gram, the board has concentratedupon simply will not have money for
study and discussion tor the student body Is open all day every day for ; '\ ," auditoriums gymnasiums, etc., because -
donated by the I all ,, construction of classroomsand
people '
Ideratlon by the total group the final \0., ., It will have to concentrateupon
for ultimate final action on policy.TRANSPORTATION. : I >" major repairs where the need additional classrooms, and repairs

EDUCATION ASSN.I I i'f was greatest. to existing facilities.
I '

Always Interested
It ,1
transportation system of pair the buses.' County Educa- to have one of Its local members ,

*ford County covers the coun- spare parts are the professional I Mr. Harmon P. Morgan servingas I In The
lll Progress
> a fleet of 22 buses rang- sale and Installed white teachers vice president of District ThreeOf

size from a seating capacity ployes, which Bradford County; the latter organization. The .
12 '
to that of 60. These 22 dollars for the Its objec local members have been so vigorous I 'l Of Our Schools

I travel a total distance of primary encouragement In, their state participation '.. ;. ,
tie miles and transport 1.457 portation system In Bradford\'|I that they; have received special at- I '.
to and from school daily. children to ; of the Idea]I tentlon from the state associationon ; .
"e Board of Public Instruction healthy condition cooperation, ., several occasions. AMH.VS/ AIM>.IC OK UOOII WILL. I I.* the High -hool Band which .......

."tains a shop In which one full- 'co.t, these are better than I The concern of the associationover rotor to many mhool and civic event*. ,

I(and one part-time) mechan- for the efficient ; closer profes:I: "Americanism1' fta% led to STARKE COCA-COLA
employed to service and re- ,systen.I union among j lone of the moat vigorous county From a membership of 20 Grade 7. Civic parades, 8. Guest Band at
: application of i i citizenship programs In the state. and High School Band members the Gator Growl.A .
standards in ,! Members use association: meeting.t Mn 1949. the Instrumental Music few objectives of the Instrumental BOTTLING COMPANY

I I I for evaluation of existing school Department maintains. a High program are listed below:

the organization practices. Always on the lookout ,, School Band of 61 members and a I 11, To develop efficiency. Initiative

I Bradford County Board of Public a vice j I for new techniques and Ideas that Junior Band of 46. The organizeI i l fellowship and scholarship ,
and a.I may be used or modified for use I tlon began Irs than three years I 2. To develop mental and physical

I and ; much of the I''In the classroom these teachers !ago far the value It would have as I Ir I I'health of boys and girt. 2 ComplimentsAnd
Is car I have come to look upon these r a medium of culture and goodwill.i'!: To build good moral and ethical

I Mr. Harmon P..Morgan committees. i meetings as a clearinghouse for Equipping the Band with uniforms -: concepts. 4. To foster good Best Wishes
I Include the fol practical Ideas.Recommendations1. I was the first problem. citizenship and group moral by
: and By. of the association I However. this dream soon became I participation In school and com- TO OUR

I 3)) Professional ', are normally presented a reality by the untiring efforts of!I I(munlty activities. 0. To provide SCHOOLS

ICHFSTNUT'S SCHOOL I 5) Pub- I'I'I : to the Superintendent who either! a group of Band mothers. I j I an emotional outlet and a

i Code of Ethics. An outline of appearances that ) worthwhile leisure time activity ,
takes action
8) Re- ]I or present tge recommendations -I are of value to the student conimunliy 0. To promote understanding \

I Division of Chestnut Office Equipment Resolutions, and I. to the County Board. I, and the school follows: and appreciation of music by actually -

I,' Teachers of Bradford County 1. Assembly programs, 2. School playing It 7, To provide J "5

I GAINESVTLLE LAKE I the National believe that the Bradford County' pep rallies 3. Commencement and I Instrumental music opportunityfor T1UD1H, NW17 Will

and the Education Association haacome be- cia. day programs, 4. Half-time all children and at the sam.
"The For School I ) I, entertainment at football games, ''time to discover and develop 'seas'
Friendly Store Association, a positive force for better 5.
I Special events and seasonal students with exceptional music
- : Bradford County Is quite proud I school In Bradford County. programs 6. Patriotic ceremonies. aptitude or Interest.


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I{Bradford County Schools Aim At Making Well Rounded, Socially Adapted Citizen)

Bradford County High School training In the finished technicianin changes taking place In the vocational meet the college recognized entrance requirements Institution --

like mot other high schoolsthroughout the short time the student attends and professional fields' in. In any learning. (The col-

the nation, divides Its but It does furnish a good order to provide satisfactory guidance of higher
is roughly -
educational program into the following background for !aych fields of work. I to Individual pupils. The 'lege preparatory program
into two areas
classifications: ((1)) general i The third classification, or professional school has Information from many
Is actually vocational agencies which reveals the basic arts and sch-nces.) In the science
<2) vocational, and (3) profes-, Is
ilonal. Basically, this division begins : with the exception that several trends In 'the occupational pur preparatory program emphasis
at the ninth grade level, although I!i years of study are required instead I''lluita. Tills- information is carefully given to higher mathematics whileI
i: considered In planning the physical and natural science,
the student's Interests arc of one or two above that of

noted in the elementary grades. i the. high school courses. By professional student's program. Such ques I the arts program the social

The first classification! or general we refer to the fields of tions as the following are considered sciences and foreign languages

'ducatlon, attempts to provide essential !I medicine, engineering' (In Its many : ((1)) Is the chosen field are emphasized.

social skills, such as the I advanced phases), law, dentistry, overworked ? ((2)) Does it add to Many of the school's. falsely accused

fumlUar 3R's, and understandingsof I architecture, etc. Bradford High the nations wealth and welfare? "frill" subjects make good

the responsibilities and obligations -: School divides the "college pre- ((3)) Are your talents in this field hard sense In the final analysis.

demanded of a good citizen. I Para tory" courses Into two basic outstanding or do you have only I For this reason, we try to offer

tr---- -- --- Many methods and teaching techniques areas: eft and sciences. minimum talents? ((4) Is it a new, such courses as band and chorusI

(! 4TUDKNT: COUNCIL I Is Invaluable In developing VnuxraUc tccbqueii are employed to develop In Through the media of te.tl.1ong' occupational field ? ((5)) Is this I -ALL- students because of the DEMOCRACY IN ACTION; Stuitrntsj. conduct their

, and kkllU. Of It'ttderahlp.Ii the pupil a knowledge of himself I observation of personality, and a field expanding, remaining the tremendous importance of utilizing pick officers for Important Student Council own 1'll't'llun.

and others, how to think clearly host of other pertinent factors, same, or decreasing? and ((6) what leisure time profitably in a morally pos*

toward the solution of social and the school attempts to help thfe are the chances for advancementIn desirable way. In other columns
personal problems, and the abilityto student decide upon the fields In this field ? of this Issue, a more precise description INDUSTRIAL ARTSThe

I area In today's school which I, ((4)) "The fourth purpoae Is the adapt himself to the society In which he has the best chances for The college preparatory courses, will be found of the work arts
whlcb he lives. The second classification industrial program, in design and the
s entitled Social Studies Is one of training in the Intellectual processes I vocational courses pro success. The school attempts as offered in the Bradford County which enters into the various its broadest sense, Includes many ing. Near the close purposes of of dra

'* he broadest' and most comprehen- necessary" to the functioningof vide essential bases for further best I It can to keep up with the High School I, enable the pupils to courses. phases of study. In Bradford Ing Phase of the the dra
:; Ive In the entire program. Encompassing society. I program. PUpl
County High School the Industrial are required to
histories, geography, Since all pupils are members of make a workir
xriitlcal science economics phil- social should parti- I INSTILL SELF RELIANCE I arts program Is divided Into drawing of a project which III
1 groups they 1'11i'? VARIED STUDENT ACTIVITIES four areas--home mechanics shop have chosen to build In (
\ , girls, first and
,lit Field Is an Important one in the happily. Social studies directs its I Schools today: try to give to the tunlty and guidance In scientific experience In leadership and the i; Spanish culture not covered comprehensively drawing and blueprint reading, Is the shop main !InsdPqUlr

1 development of social, political : efforts In that direction. The Individual student something more Investigation and research. Mem-I recognition of responsibility are by the courses. i general woodworking shop, and housed in the building.west The shop,J
nd economic attitudes of the complications of modern society Letterntan's Club. This is an exclusive -! i end of
::1 than the basic education In _the bership requirements are very but two of the qualities In this arts and crafts- In the elementary school bus repair
tudent. necessitate the development of Who garage 100
; group young people
three R's. Reasons for this are: rigid. prograrn. grades.In five blocks from
. The 'social studies are concerned more willingness1 to cooperate. F. of Builders' Club. Members : have given a large portion of their the chJ
a deep-rooted belief that students F A. The Future Farmers Model the spring of 1951: the home grounds. The
I with relations of people to one Actual experience In democratic i, time and effort the playing building itself n
on p
work more efficiently when per. America has) been recognized by of this group, under the guidanceof mechanics shop program for high sent a fire hazard
nother and to the physical en- living within the-Bchool will do and i fields In the Interest of physical because on It,
mitted to choose fields of special our nations leaders as one of the an Individual skilled In arts I school ,gIrls was organized. Approximately wooden frame
"i, Ironment In which they live and much towards the recognition of and technical development, teamwork, and construction an
most influential forces In the development
Interest; mastery of the three R'IIs crafts gain pleasure I 20 junior and senior the garage floor
Accordingly the purposes the Interdependence of the segments In'' of sound through their creative I sportsmanship.The that Is litter
stimulated by participation agricultural knowledge girls requested such a"course In with oily
>f the social studies have been of society In the world to- I i Yearbook. The Tornado is rags and covered wit
construction of model
methods and In the
extra-curricular activities, realization techniques. Youngsters work order that they might "learn to oil. The
tated p. follows: day. Social studies instructors I the annual of the student lighting Is very poor, uit...
this and the like.
that, life Is not composed In program benefit not aircraft, ships make and do things with our creating a hazardous
,J'ork.((1)) "It Is the purpose of the try to develop purposeful problem solely of materials gleaned from only from the fellowship but the Student Council. This Is the body which serves through hands" In the course which has when working condltln(
octal studies to give to pupils the 1 activities in an attempt to furtherthe I academic pursuits; and a fuller instruction In proper agricultural governing of the skills In which I'.the years as a reminder of the been organized, the girls are tools. The shop Is the machln

ruest and monk realistic Intellectual processes. 'understanding of the Individual's. techinques and In other areas are de""'''ped the democratic techniques happy eventful days which should taught how to use the completely without
"J edge that Is possible of the com-I Social studies hopes to direct worth and place In society such as parliamentary procedureand *>...1! skills of leadership. It be a part of every adult's life. hand tools In repairing common various faucet and smk.except for on

\\ unity, state nation and -- I the activities of the pupil to the Bradford County High School debate has been called the laboratory Student Newspaper. This publi- household articles. Attention Is the conditions By mcntionlri 1
( he social and physical setting j point where Instructor and pupil cation Is the studentsand that prevail It ,
of the prepared by
offers to Us students these extra- F. H. A. The Future Homemakers the democratic processes also given to and Intended to
'11\\' n which they live and are to live can work for the pupils' self- In to the distributed< in mimeographedform. paints paflntlng, give the public an Idt.
of America school. Representatives
curricular activities: many waysIs
care and of home of the
repair plumbIng I surroundings! that the ,
od make their way. realization, adjustment In human Beta Club. Membership In this the female counterpart of the F.F. student council are elected by the Items which are newsworthy plaster patching and wall work In. It Is pupi
((2)) 'A second purpose of relations, economic efficiency, and of make the columns of this fully realized tha
after a
organization Is restricted to those A. As the name Implies, girls body period papering. In the latter ofi conditions similar to
$ truction In the social In-r civic competency. receive In all of -political campaigning and speech paper. part I! this exit
students attaining the highest guidance phases the course, the girls will be taught elsewhere, but that doesn't' relto!
TOWS out of the first, The State Department of EduCation academic grades. These boys and home life and family living. 0I making. Government Is lived, not The activities program is an how to'operate outboard motors]I I the need for an adequate Ih"

reparation of pupils for promot- requires three units In the girls lead the way In many of the I School Fatrol. This group of talked about In this program. ambitious ne which constantly and the basic skills of safe auto- building. Fortunately,
ample tool
J ng a wiser Bud more effective field of social studies. One of these other student activities. young men Is under the supervision Spanish Club. Like other special seeks better ways to give to children mobile driving. I have been acquired from

1 ;\ ooperatlon among regions, areaa, must be civics and another must Science Club. Under the direc- of the local police department i Interests groups, this organization the experiences which will The course In mechanical draw I I II plus materials through the war Flor sun

ndlvlduals, groups, communities, be In American History. The tion of'the science teacher, this In cooperation with the FlorIda Is for those who wish to, make them happier better Integrated Ing teaches the fundamentals. of Ida Improvement Commission.

t tales and nation I breadth of the social studies pro- club offers its members oppor. State Highway Patrol. The I delve deeper into aspects of the and better adjusted people.

F ((3)) "A third purpose of gram In Bradford County High -

4 ion In the social studies Inlllruc-1 School exceeds by far the mini- SCIENCE HOME MAKING DEPARTMENTArithmetic THE ENGLISH -. 'ee-q''- 'c ;_ _

\\'i Hop character, to give the pupils al mum requirements set up by the .II' I PROGRAM /--- _

1// uve of truth, an appreciation ofi I State Department of Education. DEPARTMENT -

he beautiful, a bent toward the This wide range and variety of L -i _

It: food; ,* and a desire and will to use I courses answers the varied Inter- Science In the secondary school No one may obtain full develop

::4!i nowledge to legitimate ends. eats and needs of all the students. lays an Important role In prepar- ment of effective English without
undergoing a careful and studied
ng the Individual< for understa/td- _
'ng the social economic and politIcal j : training. In Bradford County

If t4 It... BUSINESS EDUCATION I aspects of an age which High School, this training begunIn
__ -ibvlously Is to be highly scientific. -t the early grades, 1 through 6
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Science In the secondary school gains full momentum In the sev-

presents factual Information to .-.1 nth grade. It is here that emphasis r

llustrate the laws of nature, and C. i Is placed on spelling and expression
at In complete sentences, Vocabulary -
'he principles and processes t _
!york In the environment, thus ,- ett. 4 _ I la developed through read. 1
Implementing, the maxim: "Know- :__' ? .' 4 Ing and discussion, and an understanding -I GIRLS LIKE, SHOP WORK an much as boys? ; l learn now lo mal<

'edge Is power." Science correlates L *; of the mechanics of useful hoiiwhold article*.

acts to problems of human In- I 1 -k .J English Is begun through a formal

"erest and gives Insight into the .,, 4i study of simple English grammar.The f
',I.lory of science. It develops appreciation gradual development of the

of the effects of science English program Is. continued in
the Vocational Agricultural Department necessary in livestock productloi
past, present, and future- eighth grade, where spellingand
throughout the world by demonstrating oral and written expressionare in the Bradford High I building fences, clearing land am
continued in School Is divided Into three phases: establishing pastures.
the practical applicationsf a manner similarto I
.> science to community, home I NOT ONLY HOW 'H) ('(HI<, hut how lo ,nerve graeloiiNly. Itt taught In that of the. seventh grade. in-school pupils, on-the-farm train The Future Farmers of Ameriti
I ing for veterans and adult education Is Importar,
-, organization a very
and personal problems. At Bradford I BUS!! llonwinaklng 11t'1>Urtmf'nt. Ninth grade English, Is a period
County High School these )f development In which the studentIs for people who are living on part of the In-school training pro
the farm. I I The primary aim of t Br
' I IN COMMERCIAL DKPARTMENT: stmlpnu learn liuw to qualify for affects are achieved courses In I The homemaking department Is Students are encouraged to car- prepared for the communicative Future Farmers of America II t IH

!; reNmnHlble| position In the biiNliK-sn world. general science, biology, physics, equipped to take care of instruction ry on home projects and home experiences demands made upon him by an The in-school training of pupils of agricultural leadership
I; development
;. and chemistry. and experiences-In all phasesof as part of their home- adult society. Special emphasisIs consists of a study of agriculture, ; clllZfnir'

11 Through science courses, the homemaklng. The department. making course. Provision is made placed upon correct expression, not'only In theory, but also through cooperation, and In\\hU
The Business !Education Department keyboard setting up the many of the I both oral and There are various contests
student's understanding meets all requirements of the ]I for home visitation in order to. get written. Opportunity practical application. In the classroom other F-
of BUS offers two years of various types of exe-clses and needs for conservation of natural State Vocational Home Economics| In teacher-pupil-parent coopera- Is given for creative expression. the boys are given an opportunity -I the boys compete' Then.COntests

),typewriting and one year each of letters. Typing II students are resources Is developed and the Department: and participates In a i I tion. Discussion of newspaper and to study soils and fertiliz ture Farmer Chapters.In leader':!

bookkeeping> shorthand and Busies given more intensive work along basic practices of conservation are supervised home project program.One magazine articles In conjunctionwith era They familiarized themselveswith are very helpful contest I II n

{i English. These subjects arelectlven. these same lines. The average taught to show the Importance of year of homemaking: Is required -| Future homemakers oral reports on books, hobbles the different truck crops training, .especially the
, :
At present there are ap-]i speed for first-year typing stud natural resources In the development of all girls for graduation. I, and activities, gives the students that can be grown In this com I public speaking and parliaments

i )roxlmately ITS students enrolled ents ranges from 30 to 60 words and prosperity of the state Advanced units are elective for The Future Homemakers organ ample' opportunities. to express munity. Including: varieties, disease I procedure.The .

n this department. 'I I per minute, while the range for and nation. The science programIn juniors and seniors. ization In made up of students whoa themselves orally before a group. and Insect control, and marketing Agriculture Departmentthe <

First year typewriting Is offered sncond-year students Is from 40 Bradford High School while The two traditional units of "e enrolled I n homemaking Aside from mechanics, the student In the study of livestock Bradford County High Scho

o 10th, llth, and 12th grades 'I to 75: words. pointing out the wonders of the Foods and Clothing are included courses or have successfully coi-- is exposed to a wealth of experiences production, students learn to Identify I renders service to the adult f farm

\ rhoee planning to become typists I Though one usually thinks of scientific world and the great In the curriculum but these have pleted one year of homemaking. through a study, of literature the advantages and disadvantages -I ers In the community In mar

mally take typing I In the 11th typing as being taken In high achievements of science In build- been shortened in order to allow The present membership at Brad specially designed to appeal of each breed, the best feeding ways. The farm shop Is avaUab'or

grade and typing II In the 12th school for personal or vocational Ing a better world; stresses the time for other worthwhile units. ford High Is about 40 members. to his interests and capabilities. practices, and how to control the farmers to use for many F

; grade. Bookkeeping! offered to reasons, It can and often does fact that a higher power than Homemaking at one time was Thin. Is a nation-wide organization I Tenth grade English is designed and prevent diseases. They also pair jobs, and Instruction andhn

11th and 12th grades and shorthand prove very beneficial to those go- man controls the universe with all thought of In terms of learning to for high school students and has; primarily to develop further proficiency learn how to produce feed and pro- Is given to the farmers when nee

I and Business English to 12th ing to college. The ability to type of its yet unknown marvels. cook and to sew The job of a for .its main objective the foster.Ing In the art of oral and vide pasture" for the livestock. edo The community canning pllr

\ grade. An Informal follow-up has not only helpedrnany. studentsto homemaker has changed so much of good family life in Ameri written expression. Reading Is anessential Is open for use by the tarm fan
study on graduates has shown that earn a part of their college expenses HIGH The school provides the farm instruction and helpgiven
11 SCHOOL with the changing economic and part of all school work illes, and ,
p the majority of the shorthand and but has also enabled themto social conditions that many other ca.The local chapter participates and emphasis Is placed upon Intel shop where boys learn many shop In the varlqus phases of ".*

; typing II students are obtaining: do more satisfactory written VOCAL MUSIC ligent use of skills which are necessary for farm The department
\ I units are Included in the requiredyear In many national andstate pro- books, magazines, conservation.
employment soon after high school work In their regular courses. of homemaklng. One unit jects. One special! project which newspapers and the library. repair jobs. Shop skills Includethe so provides reference msteriBll'
I students Although music In the school proper use of and t
Bookkeeping are
t graduation. which Is just being completed Is they share In Is sending of Christ- Creative writing U wood-working all phases of agriculture J
Is not like lubject it Is I not neglected tools electric
;' The shorthand class not only taught the balance sheet approachIn program a and acetylene welders willing tow
a unit on Child Care and Training. mas gifts to high school students and assignments Instructor Is always
journalizing followed by the of vital Importance slnte It provides and practice and forge work. that r
learns the shorthand characters
In any
Other units are Family Economicsand In foreign land Meetings are the farmers
I complete bookkeeping cycle. Pupils an individual outlet for those aresgiven In ways to achieve
but gets much dictation and readIng -
Better Buymanshlp, Personal held once a month and programs The school farm provides experiences
practice, and some transcription are also taught how to use emotions that find words and other forceful l writing. The various techniques 'can.The onthhr\
Growth and Family Relationships.Home are' planned to help foster an appreciation and opportunities to aim of the
various office machines.The material tmedla Inadequate. In for :
practice. Many office techniques writing for the school
I Improvement Home Nurs- of home and family life. learn many of the skills necessaryfor training program Is to
are stressed In shorthand I Business English pupils the elementary and high school, ing, and Care of frhe Sick.1 Instruction Presidentof the chapter this paper; essays, short stories, autobiographies operating a farm efficient I/. training In farming that will bt
of business the environment and interests of
classes. All ehorthand students arej[I study various types and experiences In Food Preparation year Is Earnest Mobley, Vice- and biographies aredlllcU88..d Some of the skills learned on the I ter enable the veterans to make
letters and At the the boys and girls serve as a guidein :-
given two periods per day (for a reports. present alive
and Cookery are providedfor pre ldent, Laverne Hodges; Secretary and opportunity given farm are: operating a tractor and living through farming
two-week period) In the various| time the claas Is being con- music, and their musical growth i i good
as well as experiences In clothing : Shirley Harley; Treasurer, for the student to express himselfIn other equipment, various skills I well on their farms. ..
offices uptown In order to get ducted on a laboratory styla. begins with their own abilities.
Edwards. HB )
construction. Carolyn each of
firsthand experiences. I j makes It possible for each Thl.1 This makes It necessary to offer these different forms.In .

Typing I consists of learning the to work on an Individual a rather broad program'In musicIn eleventh grade English the
--- order to Insure adequate musi- DEPARTMENT OF /general objective Is to Improve

cal opportunities for all children.At I the student's communicative arts
WE ARE PROUD Is a required course ," how to use consumer credit,
the beginning of this term written and oral. Special emphasis
students In the seventh and how to compute social and
for all security Is
the only choral unit was the Bradford being placed upon the art of
.OF OUR PROGRESSIVE4SCHOOL High Girls' Glee Club. This eighth grades.At Income taxes. and how to compute listening. After all, communication
I level state and local taxes real
the grade pupilsare on
three does not
organization has made .ucceaaful materialize unless
given the opportunity of and personal property. there Is
SYSTEM public performances to a receptive and intelligent
of two mathematics I The Stat. Department of Education
'selecting one -
date. There are 24 members, including receiver of the idea. Critical
I programs. Those planning to continue requires a mlntmum of one listening and
piano accompanists. reading are stressed.
their formal education In unit In mathematics above the\
The Glee Club Is now planning a I English In the Twelfth grade Is
rormal Christmas Concert. and also college are encouraged to take the eighth grade level for high school I divided Into two parts-functional'
I traditional preparatory courses of graduation. In Bradford '
English and
plans to participate In the Music Literature.'In .
algebra I and II.. plane and solid High School a minimum of two
: Festival at the University of Florida addition to English, a new:
B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. this spring. I geometry, and trigonometry.Those I units Is required for graduation. course, which Is an elective for'

The high school Male Chorus Is who are not planning to The offerings In 'the field of Juniors and seniors, is being of-
to college are advised to take mathematics in BH3 .
go provide ample ferea .-
this ''"
presently in the embryo stage; year for the 111'IIt time: FFA PROVIDES VALUABLE TRAINING In debating II'
In mathematics for students
courses general opportunity to
It Is known
however, there are 33 members In as SCDJ (Speech creative -
, and business and consumer mathe ; become well prepared for college mentary unage. Parliamentary team pictured above. -
the This Is
organization. group writing, dramatics JournalIsm
matics. i work as well as to enter occupation -
planning a musical play and a ).
SCDJ Is designed
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS wandering minstrel show for the I Consumer and business mathematics upon completion of the to concentrate -
Includes such practical high school on personality Compliments
Christmas holidays.The I program. Members of development -
things as budgeting. Installment the mathematics department of '
Male Songsters I as.slat the individual through
DESERVE OUR SUPPORT buying F. If. A. plans of home the pupils In every way possible actual
may not b. a permanent part of il laboratory work In public SUPPLY CO.
the music program; however. at !Ipre.ent ownership, borrowing money Insurance In planning their programsto speaking creative and journalistic: DEALERS AUTO
I keeping simple records:I meet their Interests, needs. and '
meeting once I
they are I and accounts better 'buyman- I abilities. writing and limited dramatic production
musical fun. When
e each week for and study. Wholesale Distributors

the choral organization has been organized within the next few come members of the Junior STATIOSSUPPI
completed, an opportunity will be weeks. During the first six weeksof Recently, the SCDJ class was AUTO ACCESSORIES & SERVICE
i Chorus.
provided for these 39 young men to school, most of the Junior high I are being made toInclude the guest of the Florida Players JES
become a part of the regular choral school boys and girls met on* time : this group In the Music at the University of Florida and en-

groups.A weekly for music fun. Out of I Festival at the University of I Joyed the performance, "Tears 916 N. Myrtle Ave. Jacksonville; ,

junior mixed chorus win bel I these groups volunteers may be- Florida. Ago," by Ruth Gordon

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Citizenship training: throughout great Americans.
the schools of Bradford -
County Iscarritd In most all of the rooms the
on in a functional
children have net up citizenship
the Idea of developing a clt-
goals or standards. In one room
izen who will have the
the children have set up their
necessary to be a worth. goals and have ,
a copy In their
I while member
of a
such democracy personal folder At the end of the
as ours.
Is not training six-week peRiod the children have
looked upon as a separate- conferences with their teacher and

.subject or topic that hag an asIgned the goals are checked! to see how

spot In the dally program, well they have been achieved Lessons ,

but at aa all something times In that all is activities carried'on :; In cafeteria manners and correct /Hl'PIWVISKI! ) OAMKS play an Important |Wrt ;:rliiiirntarjr:; I school
whether they be those of the rji; are behavior stressed on Democratic the playground I |>h)'''lral ,sluo*llon program.: I' '
teria classroom, the playground, cafe 1 are used In Bloving problems i
or some other I
place. that arise In tho classroom' Phynlcal education In our pro- phases are listed and defined as)

Experience has taught that men : and on the play ground. I gram embodies. a planned program t'olllws! ;

are not born with the necessary I- : d _I _______ Another room has a "court" and I of opportunities which favor desirable -I 1, Directed Play .
_ skills needed for membership Ina I when modifications In know I 2 Small Group Play
democratic society. Before any KIVUJ RAISING (CEKEMONY; lit. Important factor In citizenship' train- selected'a problem arises, a judge Is. ledges, habits skills Ideals, and 3 lArge Group Play
along with
one can become a member--a ",'C. Every: classroom ha flag salute and pledge of allegiance dally. the evidence a jury to hear attitudes I 4. Team Game Activities
out the
worthy member-tie must undergo 'en tence. A dally period of approximately' 5 Rhythmic Activities

a long process of training In materials, and parrot stereotyped dally flag salute and pledge of ali 30 minutes Is assigned' to physical. I I 6. Stunts, Pyramid, and ,Apparatus -

K Hi EDUCATION la bruad-..cale program dOHlgned to make I the attitudes, habits, an4 traditions answers, or act as puppets. They i leglance. The flag Is displayed in Respect for each other Is taught : education In grades one through Activities

,sappy, useful citizen. of CitizenshIp! In the United I' are taught to accept responsibility -( every classroom and in every through stories of real incidents six. The classroom toucher Is responsible Under the direction of the Bradford

States of America. In the schoolsof ; how to collect and analyze school yard of die county. Flag and In practicing consideration for for planning and conducting High School Physical Education -

I Bradford County an effort Is facts; how to discuss their findings { etiquette and flag history are others Loyalty and respect for ;, : the program for his own Department high school" girls
-jtlmate purpose of physilitlon leading and pep club. Every girlIs made to give our future citizens rationally; how to evaluate family, church. and country are i pupil-teacher group. <(" are chosen, screened, and assigned
is identical with thattioD not only given'an opportunity the type of training- needed to become I taught through readings demonstrations stressed through .
themselves/) their school, their activities .ongpo.ms, and The elementary school l physical to selected grades each semester to
i as a whole, There is to participate In these aspects of the worthwhile member he and their surroundings exercises, plays, programs stories. A sense of respect for all education program I I. composed. of help the elementary classroom

unanimous agreement the program but is encouraged to la capable of being. The student has an active part In''t filmstrips, and movies. peoples Is developed through stories several distinct phases or types of teacher with the program. These

| educators that physical do so. Children their Patriotic and and news accounts and a activities. In order to a girls given
get training planning and developing the many i I songs are taught comparison promote are a planned program

nil of primary Importance A typical day for a boy in the through living and working to activities carried on in the schools sung by all groups. The history of their
Ibutlng toward a complete physical education program starts ours Is made.. As one child remarked program-. the vartMia day of the semester. if
1 gether. They are not trained to throughout the county. of the flag is taught and many
Of youth; In fact physl- bv his changing; into play clothes I "We have much to be

iitiun( when well taught, after which he Is given five minutes obey order, to memorize allslgnedREPORTING In every classroom there is the books and stories are read about thankful for In our Country

tribute as much to the of calisthenics. He then becomesa I I Yes, The Three ,R's Are Taught t ti

}general education as any 'I member of a group which la enraged ART AND MUSIC ELEMENTARYLIBRARY _
khool subject. Physical in such activities as volleyball I

? provides for the physl-I touch football soccer, basketball TO PARENTS

tal l, social, and emotional track and Softball. As a !

nt of the student while member of the group he Is given I Reporting to parents Is the The pupils of Starke Elemen.

J provide for his recrea- 'n opportunity to learn selfcontrol, phase of teaching which most tary School now have their own

cooperation resourcefulness orlg- teachers Ifke least Teachers feel library, located In "A" Building, I

tie Board of Education 'nallty self expression courtesy, they have not yet devised a satisfactory where the majority of the elementary

J180 l minutes of physical I honesty, tolerance and fair play. device for reporting, classes are held. The library

|j per week for 1-4 credit I I He has the opportunity of being and that they do not always make serves about 800 children

Where a physical edu- chosen lender of the group and is themselves as clear as they would Previously, the elementary pu

laBS program is offered I occasionally given the responsibility like. Before they can report to pils' needs have been taken care

Ijtei per week, 1-2 credit of serving as an official. parents they must evaluate withor of by the high school library, and

} II given': Bradford Coun- Aside from the regular physical without the child's "help his the services were of necessity

(sdiool offers 250 minutes .duration program the boy has an efforts over a period of time limited' With the new library, the

4 In physical education for opportunity to participate In the Evaluation of a child's progress in children from third through sixth

12 I credit per school yearIyslcal varsity athletic program whichIncludes'football school Is'a many-sided process I ;::; grades have an opportunity to use! -
basketball baseball For example, in arithmetic num- KillTIIM KANHS' give children their first thrill of participation the library as Th-I: :
want and need '
ber facts are not the only things I i FiR I'KOM HKING OVKHM: >OKEI>, the. Mill occupy an
lit musical to. The .
education program and track. Thus the physical a group.ART pupil. are taught how to .
In h. modern nrhool curriculum.directly .
learned Important, plure I
nor are they the only
L strives to present well education for boys In Bradford use the library.. Inrhnllnir Mm- .....

(program for the 250 girls 'ounty High School i Is a well, criteria used in measuring pupil I produce harmonic and contrapuntal ,' of the card catalog how to locate .

r'tlng, In addition tp reg- ounded program offering many progress.the Many factors enter into. effects. books on the shelves how to use Society has for Its goal an effective -I At the end of six weeks in the

II periods the girls are 'vpportunities for the development I measurement of pupil progress Art is very important In our the vertical files, and how to and productive citizenry.'To third grade, script Is started.

.til.I to engage In varsity :it! qualities which make healthful, such as mental ability, .schools today as it provides means. IthjlhmFree check out books. Probably the be an effective and productive Subsequently, the elementary

and Softball cheer. "Roov. and useful cltlzenshlo I I physical condition, home life, of expression which help to develop physical response. to simple most. Important part of this learn member of society, the Individual school Is concerned with correct

reading and writing ability school confidence and well-rounded rhythms Interpreted as walkIng ing Is. tho feeling of Independence must be able to read, write and formation, spelling, neatness, and

background and how well he gets personalities of children. It also running, skipping hopping, and responsibility that develops cipher. \legibility.In .

fOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE along with other children. Sinceeach provides meaningful experiences as In plsy In class, on the school from It ppportunltlea will be provld The combination of the basic I high school, typing Is taught. "
of these '
factors differ for through which the children grow. grounds, and dramatization are "d for the pupils to browse skills, plus the student's ability to Here the Instructor continues the '

every child In the classroom, Art serves as a safe and sane emotional creative responses to music. The amongthe books, read magazines, live harmoniously, with his fellowman goals started In the lower grades "

teachers find it Impossible and UnfAir outlet for children's feelIngs children Interpret what the mimic and study. will\ help to achieve the full Including neatness, correct spell- ':

to of expect the same achievement and makes life richer, fuller. "says' to them. Many of the primary The first and! second 1 grades. are life. HIM, economic status will de- Ing,. formation, and punctuation. ):
eacTi child.
and more enjoyable. It' helps. circle games and songs use cared for as they have been In'the pond upon his ability to Understand Arithmetic. The direct and Indirect !

Another problem In reporting Is children in their social adjustment, simple rhythms. Folk and rhythmic past, by selected books being exchanged read and write tho mother methods serve definite purposes -
how to about the 1ob of r ,
go tellingthe
parent what his child has done I such as assuming. responsibilities, games are used In all grades. among the eleven first tongue, to calculate with speed i in teaching arithmetic. A ," '
securing cooperation. self-reliance, and second grades. They and accuracy, and to live I of
too, how. compatibly portion each School day Is given
In a that is fair to the' -
and way and tolerance. It Increases appreciation -I LI"tpnlngIuodc! ever; will b able to vlslt. the li I' with himself\ ncJ'.o.th..rl.. to t'bedirect method, where.con- '
revealing to the
teachers of Bradford parent. The I I for all the arts Including I Through the use of the radio I. brary and learn what they can about I The. qualities for oncoming: a good crete akin are used so that the .

have hours County music, the dance, poetry, drama I}and recordings, the pupils are given using! It: During! the second I j l'IUZ"1I.st to a great degree up- I particular process will have more ,

spent many trying to writing, construction and crafts, i an opportunity to experience and semester of the Hecoml year, the [ on the Individual, .. s cominanj vf' manning to the child. A flrst-
a card that
up these report as well as promoting sound mental Interpret musical rhythms, and tc children will be Instructed. In the the baRic processes I grader. learns to count by using j
been found that requirements the It has health through, relaxation and rec gain some knowledge of the great Use of the \library In order that Reading Is taught directly ns< a blocks licks, balls! and other "

same type report reation. I I musicians and their music Listen- they will be. ready for Its use In skill or a tool subject and also! In- I I familiar objects. When learlilna-
card will
not for .
primary Art Is not an Isolated subject i ling to music helps to develop discrimination the third giude.The in connection with otherRubjf'tt. about time., the child actually
elementary, and high school 'today but Is Integrated with other i In Instrumental and library has a nart.llm. II. I
or the calendar
.acllvltle" Directteaching and the clock.
TI (Ol'NCIL PANEL Rites students graphic illtiMiration of students. This Is often confusing to ---- :
m subjects, especially me social vocal tonal quality, power, mood, brarlun with high school assis of reading Is. begun usually The ruler, yardstick, and tape
i of parents who haw several childrenIn
ing 1 Nation
science, and reading. All and emotion. tant About
school, since they receive studies, t 1,700 books. filmstrips through" the Use of picturesof measure are used when the child

AS many as three different may types first grade pupils learn to read I i IiiHlriimentH. record, a vert leal'file, pic objfct with which children are learn to measure length, and so

ds1 studies as organized Iferent regions of the United States; of cards Parents through pictures. Recognition of turns, pamphlets, and many other familiar They are encouraged. on.

n curricula have as their Grade developing successful to read report the typed material are urged the, ,size, shape. distance and color Is This year most elementary kinds of materials on many subjects to make Vp\, xlorles about these Dilll, or repetition! of facts,

jrpose the development ways of living on a world basis front of the report card each on time i experienced by the children. Number I classes already have rhythm instruments of Interest to elementary pictures, and to use many wordsIn plays an Important part In arith- I

and effective citizens, I Some examples of the types of work in one first grade Is j formed In their bands pupils and teachers are available. telling the atorles. Many of me tic. Addition, subtraction
comes home nnd think about it combinations
Some of the .
changes In personal out- activities carried on in this phase in relation taught by counting and coloring j boys and girls are I the child first reading words are ,and multiplication
carefully to the marks tablesmust
Itudes, end interests of of the elementary program are on the Inside. witches, pumpkins, black cats, and, I making their industrial rhythm Instruments In MOVING DAY I learned from labels or alms_ .nla""d_n_ be learned. Flash cards,
I arts classes
t briefly described In the following Teachers welcome, at all times turkeys. Pre- on objects about the room. Pictures baseball games, and "going
t One fourth grade has made a I orchestra flutes are Included In I
paragraphs.A for Since the completion of the sixnew are used also. to help the around the clock"
cial studies program or- suggestions Improving the and the classroom are a big help In
the stagecoach Activities to
Intludes instructions In first grade worked out a unit, card and If there is a point'abom mural showing I'1 providean classrooms, a great deal of child learn to distinguish similar- teaching these mathematical skills.

f'ty, health, nutrition, 'Living at Home and at School, which any parent is In doubt, he I the scenes it passes.children More scenes read opportunity and to for musical expression moving has occurred In the elementary It it-s aud differences which In Thirty children do not master a
the \ get some understandIng
JM of natural and human 1 Iin which the children learned how Is urged to talk It over with thechild's : are added as Interest to of musical skills school In Starke. One necessary In order to see likenesses new process in the same length of
Science and social to take care of a,, baby, how to teacher as Roolall possible.The I about them. This Wheels" andea.u further musical necessary for. 1st grade and five 2nd grades and differences In words : time. Individual help must be
the floor, how to dress for the story f "Singing study. Pitch Instruments have moved Into the A major part of the given the
110 inseparable that the sweep report card 1s not the only read such .. new tinit. The school day by teacher, and Danent
needs to be constantly I hot and cold weather, how to way a parent can learn of his. e. the children, to more their' glasses songbells, tuned 3rd and 4th grades have moved Is spent In the direct teaching of are often asked to help their childat
In order to make xylophone, and piano
are Into
he opportunities for point- I share and to play together, and child's development In school thoroughly I used. the spaces vacated InA". the language arts of, which reading home. ,

'aiue and effect relation-j I how to care for plants and animals. Parents may visit the school at pictures more realistic.A building and the 8th grade and Is. a part Most classes In the Before a child can learn something -

e work in the areas of ', One of the second grades made any time, and teachers enjoy visIting post office la being constructed A I ('ri'ab'e Music Mrs Young's group have moved elementary grades art divided Into he must understand it. As

idles and science Is or- I a study of the Importance of the In the child's home. Only by one second grade. The whole music program Is. Into spaces vacated by 3rd and three or more reading groups an example of the Indirect teach
was prepared
0' toKhedule postofflce in the community. In through association ThaaksirVvtnK play
large time block constant of new based upon a philosophy of creative % the class may
i,this unit, the pupils built a post- and I In another whilepictures We now have lat and tion can be given. be
or Is placed In working together, talking each visit to the experiences. Ability to express1 -] 2nd Library books making a study of foods and
as a
e 10 that there Is not a j office In the classroom, chose a things through can parents and and our new ,achool rooms originality In the creating of grades In the new units; 3rd. 4th, and supplementary reading ma.terlaln ,- good eating habits. As a cIa.! ...
''postmaster, clerks, and carried on teachers reach that clinic and 5th grades In "A" are provided to atlmniui.reading room -----
going from one to tile by aWl another rhythms, dance melodies, and building, ; activity, they would prepare
nits or center of Interest! '' the.duties of postoffice employees which Is essential are being. painted songs lead to the purpose and understanding -I four 8Ui grades -.and nix hlrh. ., for pleasure. As the n milk drink, actually following! a

!rated work are often A miniature farm was built by a to any effective reporting of the group.In fifth grade, a of of music.. For exI school classrooms. In "B" build- reader's vocabulary Increases' he recipe and measuring the ma-
'iron the social studies j jIn (I third grade group while wording( child's progress.. In school. children one dramatized a story con- I''I I ample, a fifth grad. recently created Ing.The Is able to use reading as a key to terials which go Into the drink

i most cases the science I II on a unit relating to farm life. the settlemeat of some realistic Halloween high school Library has' the mastery of all the other subjects using measuring cups and spoons.
I i i Electricity was the center of Interest cerning early been moved Into Its new quarters and activities of the school In such activities
ii'pecta are also present. THE INTERN America. In the study of Egypt I songs to use In their program. measurements
I social and
the fourth grade one classroom curriculum.
In In "A" become
n English, spelling arith. This type of creative buildIng meaningful.In .
sixth made mummies of activity gives _
ncr, art and music are I studies unit recently. By experimentation PROGRAMThe plastic grade clay. Another class made I the pupils a much better understanding has been opened up .. an Writing Is one of our ,Important almost everything the child

oped through the social; pupils learned how carvings depicting the buildIngs : of the place of music In Elementary Library This makes means of communication. does, he finds the need to use arithmetic
'd Science electricity Is put to work. how it Is : Starke Elementary School soap their lives It possible to move a homeroom In our present system, we do not ; in one form
program. I or another
has been selected by the of Washington. D. C. sun off
cell batteries, how it Co'Iep- the strive
stored In dry I stage In the USO. to teach the Moat
? one chlldlen
1 the individual teacher'splanned of Education University of Florida another. class drew many pictures, from i flourishing find It natural to
wire and how the
Is conducted through I Armory, one from the. style but aim for legibility understand
II to meet the as one of the schools In which mounted them aa a long film, and ARTS Home, Economics the different components
electrical circuits operate. room, and two In the first and second
tar' group and the senior students In the college of them movie to another grades of arithmetic
prob- One of the fifth grades. In their showed as a classrooms from the a* they use
AND wings of
lie community, the folmiss study of the colonies In the New education will do their internship class. Each person told about his | CRAFTS I USO, leaving the Usa free the for begin our writing with manuscript them Incidentally in everyday

are used In Brad- teaching.i During the internship picture as It was shown. !1 Glee based. on straight lines and
World. wrote a play, painted scene Club Band
and living.
The Art. and Crafts Girls/!! Phys When a child
aty each of the Interns is program
Elementary schools and presented the play.A period assigned Art Is used In many ways In which ical Education. circles, not too unlike the printed
'-living ry, to work with one of the Is In Its Infancy, serves does not understand readily, drillIs
in home and the elementary school of today.
unit on Early Egyptian Life : grades one through six A reading clinic Is to be set word. The first and second grade
Oracle 2-.helping each experienced teachers In the elementary I Inclusive. used and Is found valuable Infixing
lI1e was worked out by a sixth I faculty. The teacher under Ml'SIO I ly. The program Is especially designed up In one of the rooms!! vacated teachers put much stress. upon correct -
II the
community; Grade In the process in the child'smind
I' grade group. Committees gave I to 111gb School are .
'tog and whom the intern works is known aid the elementarygrades letter formation and neatness.
'tJ. Grade improving the oral and written reports, drew Illustrations a< a directing teacher. Only those. Hong' {| by making it possible for .

4-living 111types of Egyptian life, and teachers who have been given special -, Each grade-- has song literature I a pupil to express himself con- I

of communities; I presented a play based upon a dayin training_ In directing interns'suitable to the boys and girls. [cretely.' / Arts and crafts Is the I -

.proving life in dif- the court of the.Egyptlan King are used In this program. During [These materials are also Integrated I Ii I planned modification of Com 11 8. UEST
.I the second semester of this term. with the school environment Recently hOn material with the p m eon t : WISHESTO

he following teachers have been i I a second grade had a unit hand tools, to express conlltruc-I .
selected to direct Interns: f of study about health. and many I, subjects adapted to ,

Directing Grade Intern songs that expressed harmonious I Ij !I I provide a wholesome
means of OF e'Zli
ComplimentsD I Teacher used. A fourth grade 4 i 'l
living were ,creative *sure-time( expression. I

Edna Prevatt I Jo Ann Jackson ,j recently presented to!>> other classes 1 I The program works very closely Bradford County SchooIjjLOVELL
,Anna Bella Devlin II Julia DavisI and to the parents a unit of studyon with
EVERY GOOD WISH TO THE SCHOOL the tearber In providing
I Justine Pellum III Evalyn Miller i iI ,
"Earth and Sky" which included visual! aids construction material
i Kate Shepherd III Betty Selby many .uitabl.,8Ong. about and handwork
YSTE1 ONE I techniques which BROS.
OF BRADFORD COUNTY -- Edna Hart IV Mary Ann Canova things related to the elements. are tied directly to the learning
Muriel Norman IV N. Scarbrough
Similar units of study including
experiences In
r'FTHE BEST IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA Ethel Sewell V Marian Connelly In the the classroom.
appropriate songs county Distributor
Woodwork and Jobbers
Willie\ Denton VI J Van Biusaum. I metal work, textiles, For
schools this year are: cotton, ELECTRIC
Ruth Frazier VI Mr. C. Weaver plastics paper and cardboard AUTOMOTIVE and MILL SUPPLIES.
Columbus .
The Starke Elementary School Egypt farm, Mexico. ceramics and painting are examples

Is to have these etc. of the Instructional divisions -
happy young -
ANDARD PARTS CO. Inc. who are planning to go people Into Fa.rtKingingI that have been found valuable 503 North Main St. And BATTERY SERVICE i

the teaching profession receive and effective In the Arts and

their Internship here. The fact that Included when the boys and Crafts Laboratory. 612 W.
*Iajn St. Phone: 675 676 our school is selected aa one of the girls are developmentally ready. A cordial Invitation I Is extendedto Ocala I FI a.
training centers for Interns Is) indicative '
The fifth and sixth grade boy. and persons Interested to come to .
of the recognition of the Gainesville Fla. !
OCALA,. FLA. quality of instruction provided I girls have all been blending and attuning the laboratory and visit with us I

lit our school by those outside the Individual and Joint effort to before during, or after schooL .
-community. 1 i I I


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The seventh andj I painting their tables and chairs. that
teacher for his parents, patriotism for his In the program. what WQ hat
have organized a They chose red as their color. much road
At the end( of each project In a country, and that which Is most eighth grades more to us
to learn to This Isn't a professional Job, but The
club with Its purpose ninth
school, parents can nit back and Important of all, an abiding be- grgj.
BROOKERAn they feel a sense of satisfactionin unit
look with a feeling of pride and lid that there Is a Loving Heaven. be better Americans. concerning ,h. '
well done and learned d
a Job they of the Vel
satisfaction at their accomplishments. Iy Father watching over him and Plans are being made to teacha transportation'
things working to- IYI"
over the world In which he lives.P. first aid course In the near many beginning to the

Improved Instructional program Our library l la the first project. T. A. ACTIVITIESThe future. The course will be taughtby gether. while the eighth grade pr ltnt

I Is the desire of the people' It'll take time and energy on thepart local P. T. A., which provided one of the teachers who received The third grade is working In ing a unit on the air |II f

of the Brooker school community.A of many, patience plus lots of the slumber room for the special training from the a Unit on Manners. The class Is helps us. and(

children, has, Red Cross. divided Into four groups and each The
program going beyond mere eo.opratIofl.HAMPTON. during the past American Lawtey Junior
it text book skills to Include all phases school term, equipped the lunch Devotional exercises are con- group has elected a chairman and held open house all High
of home and community living. room with modern tables and ducted each day In the classrooms a secretary. The following topics Nov. 16. for parenta day.

, A program of building citizens of chairs. The goal of the P. T. A. : refreshments. entertained The Flag Pledge, Hag history, and have been chosen for study: good of the school 10 that *
of for the STUDENTS WROTE/INVITATIONS prepared manners at home, good manner visit the
tomorrow by living M citizens present school term Is to the singing of patriotic songs area and see What '
j k
i3 today. An instructional program provide plastic dishes for the lunch I gue .t.. and, served at this. outdoor party. regular part of this program.On at a party, good manners at school are doing and what lher ll1e: '

developing the democratic proceses room to take the place of the miscellaneous and good manners In public places. doing for their '"
the music children
, Wednesday supervisor
and Inculcating the American Elementary Is one of collection of odds-and- I the desirable features of their surroundings community In the state. This. was comes and all children look The unit closed with a Thanksgiving was served In the IchOOl.
Hampton ,
the lives of ends which Is party to which guests were room for
I of life Into every now being used. all
way the fine
the smaller schools In Bradford and. help them understand proved recently by cooper- forward to their music period. visitor that
American. This organization, as usual will invited and an opportunity was the price
; young service center received In planning the attention l Is being given to of ll1e
County and lit a that the community In which ation Some children's
continue for to into
, of these Ideals are to to support and supple given pupils put practice In the afternoon
Evidence. for about 125 children. In addi- P. T. A. meeting, Inuslcal Instruments as well as to a shod
be found In the following practices educational guidance thistakes ment the school lunch program In they live has a vital part In their 'county-wide vocal music. ,what they had learned. was presented. p

.," and activities. tion to In order that the sale of lunches may social and spiritual development.Still and the Halloween program. Bothof The fourth grade of Lawtey The filth
active part grade h-
t' The first graders are enjoying a I other school phases of an child welfare. be health kept at a minimum price. The another group ha set upa these programs. were very suc- 4-H The Club older and girls are working belong on to different the recently completed a study of colors on flower pot,.book IJ.IIod
of planned group games of the P. T. A. around which cessful, largely because of the cooperation Africa. The students found Inter- storage cabineU.
program large aquarium They are showIng tables
HEALTH has rendered valuable projects. and
assistance items from
and group singing. They are also will be centered much of the of the school patrons. this and esting the library. es to brighten ,
Interest up their
film for Since physical fitness Is an essential In several areas of child welfare. more year Some of the students mad an Reproductions
ordering companion classes. quality of effective citizen- VISUAL rUUCATION science In that grade. I The school cafeteria Is one of the we are expecting great things African village, while others madea togs have of famOUs
'j their
reading ship much emphasis is placed on In addition to the usual class S'IIOOLOMMVNETYRELAI1IONS outstanding projects of the com from this club. The boys hope to mural. Our knowledge of Africa been add*,

,\ Mr. Loca Whitten and a group the health program. In additionto room facilities for visual education ; munity. Under the efficient man- form a club later. was greatly enriched by.a film In social studies, a ttu
: from the P. T. A. are planning to"redo" Bradford
the usual health Instructionsand this school also has an County has hew
opaque of Mrs. Helen Sapp, assisted "Wheels Across Africa. This
tJ I the school library. Mrs. health practices, which\ are a projector and a projector for filmstrips Hampton school Is not only a agement unit and now a Unit On Florid
: Polly Walt Mrs. Grace Bigham, regular part of everyday livingIn and slides. The opaque service center for children-It Is by Mrs. Louise Norman, provided many opportunitiesfor derway. Later, a study
integrating work In social
and others are looking for helpers the Hampton school, there Is projector was acquired aeveral also a service center for' the community lunches are well planned and prepared LAWTEYThe United States will be mad
studies with science spelling and
...1 who have their own paint brush. also a well organized physical education years ago and the children have as well. The 4-H Clubs. The lunchroom personnel art. periods weekly are devotwit

:1 The Brooker Rhythm Band Is a program with Its many made a valuable collection of pictures and the Demonstration Club meet attended classes at Camp O'Leno phase of art which Inclut

,;, group of proud and happy young- concomitant learnings; a school and drawings which enrich regularly In the school library. The eighth and ninth grade ola. drawing, water color!
\l\\ stars now that they can "play lunch program which serves' about the curriculum. The film strip Visiting evangelists, as well as local during the summer In order to Improve first grade Is Interested in science classes are going about ger painting, stencil cuttlr

)111\ every day". All Instruments are 95 per cent of the children a bal projector was a gift to the school ministers, are always welcomeat their efficiency. Later they plant growth as a science project. their classes In a rather unique the use of tempera color

painted red and most of them are anced meal at the noon hour: anda from the graduating class of 1931. the school assemblies. The attended the food handlers' classes They have built a window box In I way this year. These boys, and paints, spatter palming ln
: hand-made by the children. slumber period for the first and GROUP ACTIVITIES school lunchroom and Its facilitiesare at Starke and received credit which to put plants and seeds. girls realize that their reading Is carving.The .

The pupils of the Sixth Grade second grades t Immediately following During American Education available to religious and civic cards for their attendance. The A field trip was made to visit Mrs.Carradlne's rather poor and their vocabularyIs sixth grade decided '

recently studied< a unit on electricity -' the noonday meal. The week a group presented at an assembly groups. The school library which beat thing about the lunch program pool to study plants rather limited so they have decided as our theme for the yeai"-'-

the boys made electro slumber room, cool and airy In In the auditorium a panel Is well equipped with reference Is the fact that a high per- which grow best in water. that If they can Increase their Ing a Better American by

I magnets. They are planning summer and snug and cozy In win- discussion on "The Solidarity of books and popular fiction Is always centage of the pupils receive a The second grade children are word''vocabulary and reading comprehension standing Other Nations

several experiments. ter. Is a large upstairs attic equipped the Western Hemisphere as a Bul- open to high school students hot lunch at the very small cost trying to find out about their at the same time that the first five weeks a sl:

; The Seventh and Eighth grade with small folding cots and wark of Freedom." and the adults of the community. of 15 cents. The lunchroom program country and how to be good Amer- they study their science they would Latin America was made

room is newly decorated. To Its I.heets. Another is The Hallowe'en carnivals and political Is also used to provide instructions icans. They know' the first verse make quite an accomplishment.We far as possible all work-Ui!
group making a -
',.,! refInished seats have been added SPIRITUAL VALUES of the Hampton School Community survey rallies, which are always held In selecting a balanceddiet of America and are learning the are first taking an assign arithmetic, science, and
, at the school, draw an Interested table manners, and politeness. second verse, as well as other studies as well
window curtains and finger paint This school Is concerned with i which will Include the history ment and reading It carefully then, as art and
i decoration for the walls. the attitudes Ideas, and Ideals of of the community, its natural crowd of spectators and partici The third grade recently studied songs. They are visiting the library making a list of all the worda that -was centered around ou

I The 9th graders are in the midst the children; therefore, emphasis Is I resources general economy, hous- pants. "Dogs We Like" in their reading and finding the books which! we do not know. This list Is placedon neighbor policy with Latin

( of a play production. "The precious placed on the development ol f ing conditions, government, and program, illustrating their stories they wish to use. the blackboard and simple definitions lea. The current center of I II.

il Manuscripts", a two act play, spiritual values. The curriculumIs community facilities. This book- with drawings and pictures of We plan to use filmstrips and are given to these words. Is a study of the universe

'' was presented Friday night, Nov. so arranged that each child has let will be attractively Illustratedwith HEILBRONNThere dogs. In the fifth and sixth other visual aids In our study durIng Next the lesson Is read carefully are learning of how our ei

,*,jy is. experiences which It Is hoped will drawings and actual photo grades free hand drawings by this unit of work. again and the most important sentence changed and Is still changl,

In our PTA, we are trying to develop within him a love for beau- graphs of persons, places and t different children are used to illustrate \- Elaine Harley and Lester Austin is selected In each para- hope this Information will

'I bring parents Into a more active ty and truth, a wholesome respectfor points of Interest, The purposeof geographical materials. were elected to attend the meetings graph. This sentence Is studied to understand how the get'

t participation in the school pro the rights of others, a feelingof this study Is to make the pupils are at Heilbronn a group The seventh grade is working to of the "Student Council." to find how the rest jof the of different parts of the ea

gram, thus creating a better understanding dignity In regard to himself ai. aware of the environment In which of patrons and friends of the school I I Improve their reading. Mr. Parker The Second and Third Grades paragraph tied in with it. When affected by ancient histo

between parent and an Individual, honor and respect they live. help them to appreciate who are unequalled by any other I comes each Tuesday to assist I have Just finished the project of this has been completed we findPHYSICAL how it affects life today


;t A County Teachers Association'! 'Icing two and one half hours of The aim of the physical education classroom organizations

was organized by members of the, association time each month hopIng department of R. J. E. high The student council t ran

\.' teaching profession of Bradford to gain ait much or more, per ELEMENTARYSCHOOLS HOME I school is to provide skilled leadership I excellent device through

County. Members of the association pupil training. fa : and adequate facilities that important knowledge! of

/ Include tho supervisor, principals At the close of the school year ECONOMICSThe will afford an opportunity for all racy can be made IWH

I' and all teachers appointed of 10 O1, the state and county There are some conditions over F* the individuals to act In situations colorful and vital! The I I'

by the County Board of Education: Boards of education sponsored a which the Instructor and pupils r home economics department that are physically whole duty of the ntnilent count!

for the current school year. ihree-werk workshop In which have' no control and which present rw'k k Is designed to meet the some, mentally stimulating, and assist the administration Ir
'; Through this organization. formulas plans for such were made by committees perplexing problems. One Is dally needs of each pupil enrolled. socially sound. ling disciplinary problem
for the of teachers staff membersand I throughthe Each student must attend physical maintain a desirable, safe,
,\ are set up USA of having separate grades and teach- Opportunities are provided
I h c evaluation by other teachers of the representatives. of the sponsoring ers In the same room. home economics departmentfor education classes five hours ful and moral program. T':
1.\ organization for the total growthof In In each week. Eager participation cers, along with the coop
agencies. This was an at- language arts, attemps are the girls grades 8 through
hAil been shown by students In of the entire student body f
the Bradford County school tempt to explore some of the class made to develop a reading readl- 12. The program includes home
,I' children. Though membership is room problems of each teacher flees Word study Is stressed, and and family life education, cooking. thin department. and principal, have mule
Other activities in which the strides toward fostering bet
'L not compulsory, all teaching per- concerned In the county.: With present opportunities for a continuous sewing, nutrition household economics -
. sonnet of the county count their the help of the various specialized Naming' reading and similarly related top- participate are: Student latlonshlps among the pr'
Council choral New of R
proct'ss\ groups, teachers and students
membership a decisive advantage consultants the identified problemswere throUKh the elementary \ ics.A Home :Makers of America and
because of the valuable services discussed In detail and are provided. FIRST AID INSTRUCTION New Homemakers of America High
f' suggested !! COUKSK was taken by all teachers in
Pupils' writing in checked dai- Club was recently organized by School.ENGLISH
{ the association offers "the individual remedies were agreed upon. the rounty'n Negro schools I
I'I member In finding for himself I In the workshop problems of ly regardless of the subject In the girls( In this department. The INDUSTRIALARTS

: possible solutions to his many retardation. non-attendance, expanding which the writing Is done. This purposes of this organization are: DEPARTMEN
Teachers Take First Aid
f. pressing problems In the clans the art of teaching makes it much easier to bring about Negro to promote individual growth by

: room, on the school campus, In the through pupil participation using Improvement In writing since developing physical social, and Each: student who fr>
,1.1 whole school situation and In the native materials and other the activity Is meaningful. SpellIng I Realizing the need of First Aid practice bandaging splinting, moral qualities: to promote bet- The Industrial arts shop at R. from R. J. E. High! School
community. Because of the advantages many Other Is taught dally. by all teachers in the Elementary transporting, control of serious ter home living; to provide wholesome J. E. High School In set up principally complete satisfactorily tout
: techniques were emphasized. Social studies In the elementary and High School. the Superintendent -I bleeding treatment for various recreational activities, and for woodwork. The equipment of The primary
the association. offers it English.
; objectives of the workshop were: school program are designed to I of Bradford County types of wounds, poisoning, snake to render service to the school, includes a benchsaw, a wood t
: is left to tion of this departmfnlillboys
reason that this organization i Improving the individual teaching develop desirable habits such as Schools advised them to take a, and animal bites. community, state, and nation. lathe, a Jointer plane, and a drill with the stools
has 100 I and girls
1 per cent memberJIj situation Improving parent-teacher recognizing the rights of others,! Red Cross First Aid course. I I Plans are to exchange classes press. co!
Every teacher to teach enable them to
I ship In the county. relationship, Improving the curric- how to get( along In a group at The 23 teachers and principalsof plans between the Industrial arts department The aim of the teaching pro- to
III At one time the association held ulum of the schools of Bradford school at home, and In the com the Bradford County Teachers both courses In the classroom according and the homemaking gram Is to acquaint the student cate Intelligently."Good .

\ meetings once each month. Be. County .0 as to meet the needs of munity. Association met for six weeks I to the children's under- department for three weeks. DurIng with Industrial procedures In pro English Clubs"hi'

/, cause the classroom seems to have the pupils.A In arithmetic, guidance( Is given <(
,( an Increasing demand on every follow-up ,program of the pupils In solving problems that !classes) will study the fundamentals skilled workman, and to developIn clubs have served the par

available minute of the classroom workshop Is being planned by the''arise In everyday living, number of woodworking and the con- each Individual the feeling of I making pupils connd'Uf

teacher's presence we have stretched Bradford County Teachers' Association I concepts, number systems and I SOCIAL STUDIESSocial struction of pbjecta, from wood self-reliance and a sense of re- correct usage of the Engiguage

tl\e! periods of our meetings ,tn an attempt to deter number relationships and process. and other native material. while sponsibilty.The at all times.

I to once every two months. As a mine how well the objectives are Music Is Interwoven Into the I studies are very Important which name he draws from a box the Industrial arts classes will shop program Is organizedto I Two act plays were writ

\ result of the stretch we are sacrl- being met. I entire school program In order to,' In preparing children to live containing name of the countries study the basic principles of home- give each pupil the opportunity presented to the entire

aid In developing well rounded. In this ever changing world. of the world. The aim of this making. Including food prepara- to share the responsibility of carIng I body as projects of this
pupils. I The civics class of R. J. E. High tion and service. for tools, and equipment. Plans' orient.
ents, pupils, and teachers. class Is to acquaint the children
Arts and are underway to develop a shop In wh
crafts are tied into School Is at present called the Other activities
ACTIVE PTAThe There are some very deflnte projects all activities, drawing coloring! lawmaking class. Boys are depicting with world wide problems and MATHEMATICS library during the school term of pUs In this department

which the I'.T.A. can under and painting. Provisions are made I senators and girls are depicting give them experiences in parliamentary 1951-52.: : This library Is to be paid pate are: panel dISCU"loD
; patrons of the R. J. E. take Immediately, such as the Improvement for work with clay paper, cardboard procedures.The DEPARTMENTThe for by the shop boys. work on posters at the
school community sre.urg..d to and beautification of representatives. The aim pf unu'
wood and
use of simple each e or
of pha
take a more active part In the local I the school grounds around the new tools. They are encouraged to this class la to acquaint the chil- class. in Problems In no background to enter college or to tlon and dramatics

P.-T.A. organization since it I Is high school building. Playground beautify their school and homes.In II dren with their civic\ duties to the mocracy has been formed Into political mathematics curriculum of go from high school Into a voca- debates IP
through this organization that equipment of various sorts Is also parties as follows: Demo- R. J. E. High School is comprisedof tion. As the program Is now organized :Most of the literature
physical education, community and governmental Ihrou
pupils are po- material learning situations Is taught
many things can be accomplishedwhich urgently needed and would constitute I every student who grad- partment a
given an opportunity to help plan crats. Republicans, Socialist. Progressive which enjoy
cedures. enable the student Students
to gain
will benefit both the school a worthwhile project. The uates from R. J. E. has four full "'
and the community. A more active school and the pupils need the their games and rhythmic actlvt-I The class In World History has and Dlxlecrata. The klm Insight on the values of mathematics units of mathematics above the characters as they IOcequently <* 'nol>
I ties. The health Is b
1 participation In the P.-T.A, t.I Is help of the parents to further Improve of the period. been formed into 'a United Nations of this class Is to acquaint the in everyday living.are eight grade. This Is somewhat literature '
part studenUselfexpression
the educational opportunities pupil dally living. I of sufficient scope to give the greater than the normal mathematics but a time for
I especially needed to bring about a I and habits, and la so designed for Organisation. Each child is children with the coming electionsand erf"'"
better understanding between at R. J. E. I courses in the mathematics requirement for high school
par- each Individual's well being. an ambassador to the country I the American way of lite. pupils adequate mathematical graduation. and self-reliance





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