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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 2, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Is Filed I Santa To Arrive I 1




For New Trial Here By Train I




In Rape CaseA On December 10The




motion for a new trial for, Christmas parade is get.

Charles Mosley has been filed ting longer all the time, Mrs.

| Marion Howe, Chamber
with of Commerce _
the clerk
of the Circuit _
secretary, said this week. ____
Court. Mosely, 26-year-old _
About 15 floats here have already -
Highland pulpwood operator, was been
iEtk promised for the
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f convicted early in November of event on Dec. 10 and more will $ t

fI statutory rape of a minor and be welcomed, she said. In addi- _ -,- ':---r "

PRETTY AS A PICtURE Is the innIng float (above) entered by I sentenced to five years in State tion to the floats, Bradford High :

Band, the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts. I
the High School Library Club In the Homecoming Parade last week. rison.
Circuit Santa Claus and others will
It four lovely riders are: Bobble Faye Sweat, Barbara Jean Norman, Judge George L. Patten march.
has not yet set a date for I
Janice Reddish and Betty Jean demons. For other Homecoming arguing
he motion. Santa will ride on the fire

plcturea, see page eight truck and have three I
Mosley, through his attorney, pretty assistants i

T. J. Jennings Jr., said in the } Mrs. Howe said. Helping

motion .that the court was inj I Santa will be Judy Dankel, Sylvia

I Rules Told For Lighting Contest error in not directing the jury I' Paulk, and Glenda UnderhilL _

to return a verdict of not guilty! Sandra Johns, Civil Defense

because of the defense's conten-' queen, will add glamor to the

Following are the rules for the Commercial (business houses, I tion that the 16-year-old girl was plane spotter's unit. ,

annual Christinas Lightning and I I motels, etc.)
not "of previous chaste character"as The parade is scheduled to format

Decorating Contest sponsored by 1st prize $25 is necessary under the law I the parade grounds at 10:15, II I

the Starke Woman's Club. Private Homes (Div. 1 trees I
I I
under which he state was prose- start marching at 10SO. It will :I
1. This contest is open to residents or other outdoor arrangements.) II I
cuting. .go up Temple Ave., around to _
Of Starke who live within 1st prize $25 The girl testified that she first,:Madison across town to Thomn- _

the city limits. I: 2nd prize $15 had sexual relations with 'I son, and back St. -to _ .
Mosleyin onC disperse .
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2. blanks will be Private Homes Div. 2 win- .
Entry : published ( Union County in February. near the Baptist Church, ........ ...... : I. ..'-

in the Bradford County ]!dow, door, or porch arrangements Mosley was charged with commit- I Mrs. Howe said. .
must be mailed or Body Of Ocala GRUESOME SCENE on obscure woods road between Starke aM
Telegraph and ) Negro Is Discovered '
ting "unlawful carnal intercoursewith Hampton
I Santa l is scheduled o arrive on occurred when
body of Ocala
A. Negro inset
handed to :Mrs C. Knight 1st prize $25 I ( ) was discovered
I an unmarried person of previous the 9:30 a.m. train and get off lying in ditch
Box 246, Starke, before noon, 2nd Prize $15 near abandoned automobile (foreground). Ambulance
I Dec. 15. Or entrants register chaste character who was at the Call St. crossing. Mrs. Hi% Fatal to remote body is seen in road at rear
at Starke may Co., if 5. Judging will be based on under 18 years of age." Howe said he would remain in Stab %Wound In Heart : _- -
Ifardware
,desired. artistic merit, originality, light- Attorney Jennings said that ifMosley town all day.Check Sims' body was found by Starke in the vicinity several days before

3. Only exterior and interior ing techniques, ingenuity with was intimate with the A 31-year-old Negro was found ploye of an Ocala meat packing j I I i Police Chief W. E. Thornton while the body was found.
g'rt: in Union County in February -' stabbed to death in a ditch near firm. I
displays which are visible from particular emphasis on composition Artist investigating with State Trooper Dennis was arrested at his homein
n
of and
she could not have been Hampton Saturday a friend I
the street will be considered in \, color scheme, new ideas or, "previous chaste character" inI I of his is in Bradford County jail The Sheriff said Sims is believed II II Carlos Musgrove, a report that a Ocala.

judging the contest. All displays effects, lighting effects, use of: Given Sentence to have died on Thanksgiving The Sheriff
spent all
on Tuesday
Bradford County on Aug. 15 as suspicion of murder. car was parked on a dirt road day -
must be lighted between the hour structure of house or surroundingsto II I Day from a stab wound that punc-
stated in the information. Fheriff P. with questioning witnesses in
D. Reddish "drunk" in
said tured a lying the ditch
of 6:30 and 11 from advantage, assemblage of display -. yes his heart. Some blunt instrument .
p.m. p.m. Of Six Months Ocala and said the
During the trial judge Patten terday that James Dennis, investigation
Dec. 20 through Dec. 30, 1955 in and construction and instal-i about apparently not a knife, nearby. The car, a 1950 Chevrolet "is "
overruled Jennings on this point j I I [41, also colored, has been charged shaping up pretty good. He
lation. Contestants i was used in the slaying, belonged to Sims' wife Viola.
order to be eligible. may use any i Reddish !I said he .
would
be able
Christmas theme. saying that the case on which i A man who has served time in .with murdering: Horace Sims, emsaid.. I to gin
4. PrIZes will be as follows: appropriate I!Jennings was basing his contention about eight states and two fed- --- The two Negroes had been seen more details in the case later.


Official Entry Blank Home& Commercial i.I The motion had been also overruled.says becausethe a new i eral nesday prisons to six was months sentenced in the county Wed-- 'West Floridians To Meet Bishop 'Shiner Flags Cage Season

trial should be granted
Christmas Decoration and Contest jail for passing a check on a
Lighting
girl should not have been permitted non-existent Indiana bank. State TrooperBy

Please in the annual Christmas to be asked questions I Kenny In First Berry Bowl Event
accept my entry Light- her condition. : Edward Wesley Goodwin, Jr. I Mistake Opens Thursday
about pregnant ,
ing and Decorating Contest. I agree to have my Christ- was arrested last week in Bald ,
the trial State's Attorney '
During :
decorations lighted between the hours of 6:30 win by Dep. Sheriff Fate Brownas : A %*
mas p.m.and T. E. Duncan had the' powerhouse football game between we will benefit ,
11 each evening between Dec. 20 and Dec. 30 j he was leaving Starke aboard undefeated by our mistakesand :Claude Starling of Graham hat With football past vistory now,
p.m. I girl stand up and show her pregnant -! Quincy Tigers have a better Bowl
I a Greyhound bus after passing i and programin a little trouble! with his jeep Sun- Bradford's athletes
a highly rated
1955. condition to the jury. Jen-i Bishop Kenny the future." are eying
the check at Thomas Truck Terminal day night, parked it beside the
objected' to this and in his eleven from Jacksonville, along I The basketball berths, either on the
nings I Strawberry Bowl is
I' I I Sheriff P. D. Reddish said. with sponsored rOad and tried to flag down a cartget
_, motion said the court erred in I Reddish said Goodwin, 42, was I, plenty of music from about]. by the BPO Elks of Stark some help. varsity, junior varsity, or Junior

Name _-. :: :..1' :.:=:::_______-___________ .permitting these activities I released from Raiford' ln' August' five time:band?entertainment!, for. parade< .,ajidhAlfT.) =!.3"Ue entire proceeds'from the- program -: *But Be useS {fie"wrong method high team. The girls are workingout

The motion said the court erred promises excitement will
I 1942 after serving two for go to charities such as to down the also.
years flag cars: and the

Address ________________ _______-_______________ also in permitting its case the after state having"to : forgery in St Petersburg. He annual Strawberry aplenty for Bowl.the first I Anna Christmas baskets and the Harry wrong man came along to give Coach James Hobbs will tutor

reopen has a prison record dating back to Crippled Children's Home in him some help. thou'' the
closed." In the trial the state' The game will be played here Umatffla. Starling boys' varsity and junior varsity -

Mail entry blank to: Mrs. C. A. Knight, Chairman, I I recalled the girl to the stand to' 1930.He Friday, Dec. 9, at 8 p.m. j I! Officials of the Elks the best method of getting someone 1 I and Coach Lennard Register
Lodge to stop would be to stand in
P. 0. Box 246, Starke, Fla. Entries must be in by noon i I I testify further about the place Thomas'had that told his truck an employe had broken at Conference Quincy copped title from the Northwest Marianna II stated that an invitation was extended the middle! of the road.It i I will Hobbs handle gave the up junior his high basketball cagers. _

intimate relationship
[ of the first I to the BHS
Dec. 15. Tornadoes to
I down near Baldwin and he wanted last worked. A car stopped awl j duties four
[with Mosley. On this second ap- week in a 25-13 thriller which II years ago, but since
in
play the bowl
objected to by Jenniggs, to cash the check to pay for some saw Quincy come from behind!the game, but that State Trwjper Carlos Musgrove resigning as head football coach,

I she pearance said she was not sure in tires. He promised to pick up the twice to upset the Bulldogs. The' invitation was not accepted. I arrested Starling for being into-, he was appointed basketball coach

Smathers Says I 'Bloodiest Fight'rIn I i which county the first act oc- check the next day, after his winning of this game completedan II Tickets for the game will be on icated and possessing two half last spring.

A Long Time curred. employer wired him some money. undefeated season for the sale in advance at Koch's Drug pints of moonshine. Coach Nina Bishop Andrews
I Store. Alvarez Store, the Brad- County Judge Theron Yawsreitenced
Small Operators i The sheriff said the employesat Tigers. will again direct the girls'
pro-
Says SheriffA Thomas' got suspicious after Bishop Kenny has won five, I ford County Telegraph, and Sey. Starling toA30 davs ir. gram.

|C of C PlansiMembership mour's 66 Station. Admission is ..Jail on the intoxication charjri
In Bad Goodwin had left and called his lost three and tied one. In their I Both boys and
PlightSomething girls will
Thanksgiving night fight office. The agent at the bus wins they have toppled over such $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for and 30 days or $75 on the pos- their 55-56 open
over $2 brought injuries to three DrivePlans I children. session of moonshine charge. I campaign next Thursday
station remembered having sold power packed teams a* Fletcher i night, playing in
must be doneto Starke Negroes and the arrest of the new
.
tickets to Goodwin and man
a
and Their
i Paxon. one tie was a gymnasium. Starting time is 7:30

prevent small farmers and small six. for the annual Chamberof with him. Brown drove to Bald- 19-19 thriller against Ketterl'nus.' Three TeenagersUp Holiday House when the girls open against
Sheriff D.
P. Reddish said Ed-
businessmen from becoming: cas- die Risby has a nail hole in his Commerce membership drive win and picked the men up afterth Bshop Kennv tromped Fletcher, For Stealing Tour ScheduledFor Green Cove.Springs and the varsity

ualties of our present economic were completed Monday at the v had been taken from the to the tune of 37-7 and squeezed I II [ boys follow up against the -
forehead and cut in his :
a long
system, U. S. Senator George A. scalp, Willie Perry suffered a cut first meeting of the board of'!1 bus bv the deputy sheriff of I by Paxon 26-0. I Negro's Turkey December 22ndA Ft McCoy five.

told audience Wed- head Frazier !; directors under the new president. J' Baker county. I Before meeting Quincy, Marian The boys will play three
Smathers his and
an on Joseph : Gerald O'Keeffe arrested Three teen-age boys Holiday: House Tour, which games
pleaded
i Andrews. .. was na was undefeated and was rank
Guy before the
nesday at the annual RuralUrbanDay suffered cuts on his head and will be one of the holidays, and the girls
before outstandingsocial
with Goodwin and held for investigation guilty Mayor W. T. Jack-
The drive will get under way ed as the seventh team in the two their
with
games next
sponsored by the Starke back. I but was released by state. son Monday to charges of steal- events of the Christmas I I
Dec. 16 when selected Baldwin
Perry Joseph Frazier, E. C. on Friday. I I girls. The complete
holidays, has been
County Judge Theron Yawn. ing a 21-pound turkey and were planned by.
Rotary Club. j teams will meet for breakfast and The will be of personal schedule for and
Fraier, and Eddie Risby pleaded i game ordered to apologize and $9 the Starke Garden Club for Thurs- girls boys wilt
To make his
Sen. Smathers said that he did then canvass; the business district story more con- interest to Bishop Kenny coachAl pay !be published next week.
I guilty to "engaging in an affray"i I vincing, Reddish said, from the to the Owner. day nIght Dec. 22, starting at 7 _
for memberships.: A goal of Bassett, since 'Quincy is his Coach Hobbs has
not know the answer to skidding i before County Judge Theron Yawn I I Police Chief W. E. Thornton o'clock. only three
!I $5.000 has been set for 'the drive first place he went, Goodwin call- home town. No doubt extra effort lettermen from
and fined 60 last year's team
Friday $100 i
form prices in the midst of a were or I' ed Starke man who had workedat said the boys stole the turkey Purchasers of tickets at 25c
a
'to: help meet the Chamber's 1956 will go into the game in an to work with, but he has 21
All Risby the boys
days. except paid
booming economy, but that one : to from the yard of a Negro last each will meet at the Parish f
Raiford and
budeet of $6.500. The promised bring show the home folk the
remaining out for
attempt to and
must be found. I$100. I I House varsity jnnlorvarsity.
He also deploredthe him apples when he got his Friday and ate it Sunday. on Church street between
threat of 'big business" to I The fight occurred by the $1.500 will rome from funds sut some what he can do. Other actions in Mayor's Court 7 and 10 o'clock where refreshments Returning lettermen. _
!| pied' by the Board of County truck fixed. He then let the Bowl chairman Carl Roberts Glenn Reddish Gus
swallow up small, independent Negro baseball diamond in north! included two convictions for intoxication will be served by club Kopelousoa,
tarke. Commissioners and the City of proprietor of the truck stop see said bands have been invited from members. and Jerry Lawson. Others working -
merchants. He said that mergersand i I I local and seven for traffic Afterward the guestswill
I. !, Starke. him shaking hands wMh the Quincy Palatka, Green Cove, and out are Buck Gl .iRanda.1
consolidations have broughtthe Alberta Risby and Buddy De-I violations. be guided to homes through-'
,Sue not to the The board adopted as one of its I man.Reddish Lake Butler. The BHS band has lout the town that will be Davis, Kenneth Noegel, :amy Hu-
nation to the point where the pleaded guilty I said he had already Otis Brown was sentenced to decoratted !
and freed I first objectives this year the been invited to represent Bishop in the club rington. Don Hlngson. Gene Norman -
little independent businessman is i. same charge were tinder deal at work on the city streets for three holiday theme by
I erection of a large sign board at I tried to make the same Kenny, and will perform. Curtis McGee, Joe Harden.
almost of the We $250 bail. DeSue not members. These homes will be
a thing past. ; was i and had i days after being found guilty of I
Callahan tourists to two other truck stops will in _
: until i to direct on The bands be featured Robert Bowen Larry. and Bubba
apprehended I judged by out-of-town
must find a way to reverse this Wednesday Goodwin intoxication. Earl Schwabe was judges.
U. S. 301. It was pointed out been refused. He said the parade to begin at 4 and LaMee, Jim Hobbs, Wil
p.m. Roger
There will be 12 to 14
trend if the American way of life night. | i fined $25 for intoxication. homes on
Jackson-
told him he had come to
that motorists to band music will the half- hams, Butch John Gools-
due provide Smith
Sheriff Reddish described many poor exhibit in the tour.
is to be preserved, the Senator the Cir- Speeding charges cost Loren
said. I I fight as the bloodiest" he had,marking, still miss the turn on ville with Ringling Brothers of i. time entertainment. Collins and Nolen Westbrook, I Mrs. Marian Howe finance by, Marklee Tomlinson, Henry
ISE'en 301 at Callahan and continue Into cus and knew B. T. Thomas I. Roberts said he knows the Lawson, and Milton Starnes.
Smathers was introduced by in a long time. He said the Starke. Negro, each $25. Matthew Loui chairman, has appointed the following -

Dr. M. B. Herlong a lifelong,I melee started when Risby took I Jacksonville. said of Good.win's Bowl is going to be a success Won was fined $15 on the sam committee to assist on details Coach Andrews Is looking forward
I$2 from Thf Chamber will also push Reddish samples because the people of Starke are of tour: to a good season as she
Perry's the
friend and supporter of the Senator pocket. During have been sent charge.L. .
the four-laning of 301 in Bradford handwriting giving it their full cooperation."We has 12 lettermen returning. She
Jack Trftwkk had charge of ''e argument both Risby and his, to Washington along with samples G. Holland and William A. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Mrs. J. D.
the I r wfe' had knives, the sheriff said.I COlin tv. and will again sponsor are receiving wonderful Graham each Doyle, Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. E. has lined up a tougher schedulefor
program.A the forged by were fined $10 for
I Perry did not know who cut an exhibit at the State Fairin of checks cooperation," he said, if every- A. Hall, Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs. the girls and they will play
number farmers
of leading "Charles P. Warren" to see if running red lights and Harrison
I:h'm.' Joseph Frazier said he was Tampa. thing is not satisfactory this year J. W. Kincaid. Miss Clara Lea- 16 games Airing the season.
and cattlemen from throughoutthe they are the same man. Morton Lowry was fined $22 for Lettermen Sandra

county attended the meeting. cut by Risby. Risby was knocked Warren is wanted in Bradfordand speeding and running a red light man, Mrs. Robert Metzger, Mrs. returning are
Garden Club Strickland Jackie
all annual project of Rotary to.. out and his forehead above the Social SecurityRepresentative surrounding counties for i I Harry Mooty Mrs. P. J. Quattle- Colley Linda
Johns. Jean Johnson and Jackie
foster belief relationship between!'eve punctured when someone made out Is Taking Orders baum Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Mrs.
checks, always Funeral
passing FridayFor Prevatt, as forwards: and Babe
Pauline Torode, Mrs. Charley
clobbered him with a board witha
the farmer and businessman. j I
Rotary President T. H. Slade nail in It. I To Be Here Dec. 8 for $33.jLions. For Rose BushesRose Mrs. WilkinsonMiss Johns, Mrs. Jesse Young, Mrs. H. Lance. Kav Roland. Joann Slade.

B. Peyton and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Elissa Stefanelli. Melissa Stalllnga _
school
announced that high Rotary,) A representative of the Gainesville Entertain bushes in all the popular Martha Wilkinson died at Anyone wishing to attend this Martha Van Landingham and
students would take over Rites
Saturday office will brands, colors and descriptionsare festive occasion may purchase I Ann Williams, as guards. New-
next Wed- Social Security Defense her home last Wednesday at the
posts at the meeting Civil
will movies .For J. D. KemmanDavid "be in the court room of the court-, on sale by members of the age of 8-1 following a prolonged tickets from any club member or I I corners, are Claire Douglas Joyce
cesday. They present
Starke Garden Club at below com I'I Danney, and Janice Jenkins.
of the BHS-Seabreeze football house in Starke on Thursday, Dec. Unit OfficersThe Illness. from Mrs. Howe at the Chamber,

and Coach Lennard Register John Kemman. 61, died 8, at 10 a.m. mercial cost. All the standard Born at Highland Miss Wilkin-i j lot Commerce office. I II
game suddenly at his home at Park-of- Lion's Club Wednesday varieties are individually wrapped
will be on hand to narrate the Persons who desire to make son is survived by a brother, John I I ;Plans Being Mad _
the-Palms near Keystone Heights, night entertained officers of the and ready for planting.
application for social security retirement Matthews
film. Wilkinson, and a sister, Mrs. Cong.
following Civil Defense the club have For Xmas Baskets
of
Thursday morning, Nov. 24. benefits, Bradford County Members I
or survivors
Esther Griffis both of Starke.
,
Preceding Smathers' speech. a heart attack. unit and 10-hour service awards pamphlets of the description of I,Will Visit County I
Rltch solos secure social security account Funeral services were at the .I The
Jim Christmas
two 'tenor i Basket Commit. _
sang
observers. with lists, I
Mr. Kemman had moved to other social were presented to four the bushes along price '
Mrs. numbers, or get any Airpark Baptist Church Friday On December 7 tee
accompanied at the piano by Park-of-the-Palms in Sept. 1954 Those receiving awards were and orders must be placed not of the Bradford County Chil
invitedto
1.. J. Gmn.Simmons. .ewurity information are afternoon with burial in the Long dren's
from Zion, Ill. A retired salesman this Mrs. Marian Howe, supervisor, later than Dec. 12. Matthe.'S,1 Committee is making up a
see the representative at Branch Cemetery near Marrille. I Congressman Billy !
of
he was a member of the Bin Bessent, Gerry Gibson and For further information on i I II list needy families with the _
time. who is
the district
touring durln.gthe
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home assistance
Elected Zion IlL Gospel Tabernacle The I, Eugene Howe, all. assistant chief these outstanding rose bush bargains I I of i of representatives from
in of recess Congress announces
Rod'sI was charge arrangements.McLendon |welfare agencies, health department -
Gideons and the Christian Busi- observers. contact Miss Dorothy

Pharmacy Board's ness Men's Committee, Williams Bags Mrs. Howe said last week that phone 233 or any member of*I.*> I that he will visit Bradford County -II church groups, etc. Names _
offices
New PresidentS. tional. IntE-rea-1 11-PointBuck Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr. has replacedMrs. I I the club.Melrose. Wins !Dec.post 7. on Wednesday i of families on this list are givento

Surviving are his wife, Eunice Marguerite Hall a3 chief the Elk, and other groups and _
Photo
I I Contest He will arrive at the Starke

E. Simmons. Starke pharmacist LaMoreux Kemman; a daughter.Mrs. Dewey Williams, Starke painter observer. Mrs. Hall gave up the BazaarThe I post office at 11:30 a.m., and willi.I baskets.individuals: who distribute holiday _

and proprietor of Koch's Jeslyn Stocker of Zion: anda and deer-hunting enthusiast, post because too many Other activities R. P. McLendon of the State visit the Starke Rotary Club at !i:

Dru? Store. was elected nresident brother, Edward Kemman of is proudly showing a fine pair of prevented her from being Woman's Auxiliary of Mel- Farm was declared winner in the i I 12 noon. Miss Florence Jennings, USO _

of the Florida Board of Pharmwvt Elgin HLFuneral antlers taken from an 11-point able to put In the necessary time, rose Trinity Episcopal Church annual photography contest conducted Visits at other towns in the building, phone 59-J or 361 eve-

,- a .pedM meeting held in Tal- services were at the buck he killed in the Ocala Na- she said. will hold its annual bazaar on by the Sky Lift at Gatlin- timed nings, will supply the name o* *
I county are as follows:
lah*.sei. Nov. 10. Kemman home Saturday after- tional Forest on Nov. 25. Local observers will take partin Dec. 10 in the Parish House, Mel- burg, Tenn. and has received ai i 2:30 needy family to anyone Interested _
I Lawtey ; Hampton, 3:15;
Mr !IL"mon who was annolntM noon with burial in the Keystone The deer weighed 160 poundsand Exercise Skvtrain on Dec. 4, rose. Luncheon will be served $50 award. :McLendon made this Graham, 4:00; and Brooker, 4:30.1The : I in giving a basket. It is hoped

to th* board di'Hnp! the Jo)>na Heights Cemetery. is the largest to be broughtout Mrs' Howe said. This training: and dinner at 5:30 and 6:30. St. i photograph, a panoramic view of Congressman will be that duplication can be avoided

nstration.? ? will 1II"Um.. the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral was of the forest go far this sea- exercise will be area wide from Anne's Episcopal Church of Key-I Gatlinburg, while! on vacation meet any of his constituentsat gladto I and that Christmas cheer will be _

d-iMes!! n' president on Jan, 1. In charge. son, Williams! said. Maine" to Florida. stone Heights will participate. I last'summer.. I these places. :i brought possible. to as'" many families as -










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Y tive weeks la the Bradford County Ernestine Porter. Plaintiff, vs. PAGE TWO FRIDAY DECEMBER 2, 196
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editorial Telegraph iifford Porter, Defendant.
Farmer's Diary' Dated this 10 day of November, ewer
Case No. 101297vtlrr or pleading to the complaint ed by you.
1955.
:10: Tn IpnenrTo on the Plaintiffs Attorney This notice shall be published
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : Clifford Porter, whose residence John E. Santera. Jr.. 202: Profes- once each week for four consecutive
By Sam McGarvey Clerk of the Circuit Court and address Is: Unknown. sional Bldg.. Jacksonville. Fla., weeks In the Bradford County T Ia-
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk You are her hy ,,,ur,..'* ih-1' .. and file the original in the office of granh
Move Ahead On U. S. 301 11/13 4t 19OTJ'E suit for divorce has been filed before the clerk! of the Circuit Court on or Dated this 12: day of Nov. 1" SS,
like the old-fashioned bunched 8i.rf.nM" yuu In the above named the I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
C In 10 APPEAR Court and cause and you arc required 19 day of December. 1955; Clerk of thu Circuit Courttln
of radishes. Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty.I to serve a of otherwise I the allegations of raid Marian L ,
It is encouraging to see the Board County copy your an- Complaint will he taken a. confec Crosby Deputy Clerk
4t
Commissioners giving serious thought to imple- 11/13 11/1
Well, Fronzo Griffis of Lawtey I
menting the improvement of U. S. Highway 301. really killed a big rattle-snake, I Ip
meeting here last week the Board
At a special and
he gave the proof in the formof
requested the four-laning of this important highway the skin. It was a five foot

and began discussing ways and means of obtaining scoundrel, with 13 rattles and a

rightofway.Just button and Fonzo got him on the
where the Board will get money for purchase north range near Kingsley Lake.
Our berries are coming along
of necessary right of way remains, to be He said Sam could have a good
pretty well but this week when we
seen. In its extensive road-building program of belt made from it, but no snake
were hoeing them, we decided thatthey
the its road 13 going to get that close to Sam,
some months ago county pledged needed a "shot," so this week
funds for the next twenty years, so money for we'll give them a, light dose of if he. has anything. to e say about it. The COLONIAL FLORISTPHONE

right of way purchases will have to come from "soda." It may be from this saw- .
For the first time since we'vebeen
some other source -taxation, if necessary. But, dust in the soil, or not, but some
here, we have a pretty good
as Commission Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr. expressed of the plants have a light green stand of spinach thanks to Ed.

it: "We'll find the money some place." color and have a puny look about He worked some dehydrated lime
not the most pennyconsciousbusiness them. Ofter we side dress them
Surely, even Into the tops of the beds before .
few with soda, we'll turn the Irrigation "
man would quibble over paying a on planting, and that may have had
dollars more in taxes if it meant the improvement and put the fertilizer' to something to do with it. Hope ,

of 301 through Bradford County. It has been work. that we are able to raise it suc-
well demonstrated, over the past decade, what cessfully, for fresh spinach is
this highway means to Starke and Bradford Coun- Lots of other berry plantings really good eating.
we've seen look pretty good to us. .
-
ty. It is now such a basic part of the communi-
that it is impossible to overestimateits Edwin Starling, who lives on the Those little pests, mole crickets
ty's economy
Norman
road,
Buddy has a fine
(puppy dogs) have been having ahisrh
importance or significance.And looking patch; then, too, we noticed time for themselves in the -arc .'ki1
just as business men should (and we be- some nice berries out along
section of field, butwe've
planted right
lieve WOULD) be willing to help finance this the Rosier road. We also got'a
about fixed them good with
project with a few extra tax dollars' so should big thrill out of riding out on poison bait of chlordane and tox- t: :III ID
property owners, when the time comes, be willing that new road, for we well remember ophene. This bait also helps to id

cooperate i by donating the necessary right of how terrible it used to be. control those doggone cut worms.
way. at least accepting a nominal amount for their .

holdings. With the improvement of 301, most of However, we wouldn't advise Our planting of cabbage is com-

them will be amply repaid for any right of way anyone to try to drive right out ing along pretty good. We dusted -

given by the doubling and tripling in value of their past the river, for the Flowing it with Parathion and that
remaining property. Well bridge Is out. We went out should help kill its insect enemies.
to the river to get some red .i. j
ahead with all possible
The importance of moving leaves
to decorate our Thanks- Our little irrigation system is .
speed on this project cannot be too strongly :
giving dinner table and had
to
certainly working overtime these
stressed. If the Florida Turnpike as built as now
stop on the Bradford side of the days. We've had it on the cabbage -
proposed, with an interchange three miles east of 218 NONA ST STARKE
FLA.
bridge, which has been broken patch during the week and ,
Starke, 301 will be one of the main arteries feed- through. Couldn't find
any red a result the soil there is in
ing into the toll road at this point.. In its pres- maple leaves but we did find some wonderful as snaPeEd plantedsome

ent condition it could not support the increased flowers with brown centers. mustard, broccoli cabbageand UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTEFFECTIVE

amount of traffic that will be caused by its tie- aWe radishes this week, and then

in with the Turnpike. hope that everyone had as turned on the water as soon as
Another need for urgency is the necessity of good a Thanksgiving Day as we he had the seed in the ground.
getting this improvement work under way before did. There were 16 of us altogether DECEMBER 1

the Turnpike is constructed. Once the toll road with most of San's and Had a big robbery this week.

is built, it is conceivable that other highways Alice's family here for the cele- Some varmint ate several bushelsof ,
might be deliberately allowed to deteriorate in bration. In addition to turkey, sweet potatoes right in the Ruby Johns -- Lucile Mundorff Ronnie Mundorff
>Iwith all the trimmings, we had roadstand. Later we caught the
order to force more and more traffic onto the
some fresh young green beans, thief, and it turned out to be old .
We do .
Turnpike to make it a paying proposition.
right out of the field, Daisy, No. 2 milk
and they dirty-faced our We take pleasure in
not know that this would be the case but such sure were good. cow. announcing that we are the new owners of Colonial

things have been known to 'happen in the past Florist and will continue to operate it on the high standards established

and "history repeats itself." This week we'll start picking When we had little Frankie age by Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt and her staff. Together with our Starke Nursery,

From any point of view, Starke and Bradford from the first planting of radishes 3, at the doctor's this week, just we feel that we are now in a position to serve your needs where flowers

County have everything to gain and nothing to and we're all excited because before Thanksgiving, he was ad- shrubbery or plants of any kind are concerned. We are grateful for f

lose from an early start on improvements to U. S. they promise the first return from dressed by a very friendly lady in patronage in the past, and hope that you will allow us to continue to serve your
Highway 301. We strongly urge everyone our combined efforts. Althoughthe the waiting room: "We have a you through our expanded facilities. .
business men property owners, and private citizens majority of radishes today are parrakeet," she said.

alike to let the ''Commissioners know sold in cellophane bags, with the Evidently thinking of the com-

rou're interested in this project, and offer them tops oft we think that there still ing meal Frankie repliedVe're

your cooperation toward the desired end. are a lot of consumers who would having. turkey." .
Make This Christmas Brighter and
rvvvvvvvvtfvwvvv
usual. BTU, 6:30: m. Sunday
? p.
Are We
'Depression-Proof BAYLESS HlffAY\ School 10 a. m. Prayer Meeting
each Wednesday night at 8. A Gift Of Flowers
Everyone would like to see a depression-proof Young People's Meeting each Sat
business better and better fly Anna Ruth
economy and as gets Crosby urday night: at 7:30.:
t with predictions for 1956 to be the greatest year IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThanksgiving .

yet, some of us are beginning to wonder if we WANTED-PECANS -
haven't got it. guests of the C. No quantity too large or too
C. Crosbys were Jack Smith Mr. smalL Cash market prices. See
A booklet recently issued by the U. S. Chamberof
and Mrs. Otis Crawford and family us before selling Dillard Keene
Commerce explores this matter and reaches : '
and Frank Crawford of Jack- 117 W. Brownlee, Starke. /j 4 yR
certain significant conclusions.One .
sonville, Mert Newmans and Gus-
factor involved is the present-day attitudeof sie Garrison of Starke !NOTICE Tn AHPKtR
and Mr.
S Circuit Court Bradford County,
business executives. They seem firmly con- and Mrs. Randolph Crosby and Florida: In t'hane.ry.Minnie .
vinced that our economy will continue to grow Mrs Henry Carter of Maxville. Eddie R.Lucille Rhodes Rhodes Defendant, Plaintiff. The that same brath-takin g tan u-hie hot

and prosper and their planning is on a longtermbasis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- Case No. 10-1285 grace the fabulous Thunderbird ; ,
\olcf To Appear DOW grace all of Ford's 13 new models! t ,
mans of Gainesville were guests To: Eddie H. Rhodes whose residence w,
Another structural change in the economy is Sunday Of Mr. and Mrs. Lois and address Is: Unknown.You .
are hereby notified that a
the ever-increasing degree of competition. "For Newmans.Mr. suit for dlvorcr wa+

any company to stand still or to postpone improve- and Mrs. Robert Norman has above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the

ments is to invite the threat of competition and and children of Weirsdale spent you are required tose-ve, a copy of
our answer or pleadine to the com-
even bankruptcy," says the U. S. Chamber report. part of last week with the Eddie lalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney

The Chamber analysis also deals with the so- Normans.Mrs.. Clarence. Ralph Building Roberts, Jacksonville, 202: Professional, Florida America took the

called "built-in stabilizers" present-day U. S. children spent Thanksgiving Hutchinson week-and the and file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on of Thunderbird to its heart-

economy. These include the factors of government end in Ft. Pierce. or before the
They 19 day of December,
attended 1955;
spending; farm price supports, unemployment the wedding. Aaron otherwise the allegations of said
compensation; private and public pension on Thanksgiving Day.Hutchinson Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed I so we put more Ihunderbird in the 56 Ford

systems; the enormous volume of liquid assetsin This notice shill he published

the hands of businesses and individuals; the

self-amortizing nature of most private debt; a Thunderbird Y-8 engine thunderbird
...
exciting
insurance of bank deposits, and many others.So We've Moved. styling plus new Lifeguard DesignOur t

what is the final conclusion? The Chamber's '56 Fords not only lock lie the ThunYou can catch the close

report is cautiously optimistic. Summed up in derbird-they're Thunderbird in pourr' blance to the Thunderbird in family Ford's resemFord's new" Lifeguard Design is a Ford

a nut shell it says: "Prolonged and deep depressions too! For this year you can hate Ford's new wider and more massive looking new, "safety first, developed to give you added
"f avoidable and will not Around y Thunderbird grille, new protection in the areas in which most serious
are occur again, unless La Y-8 engine in the Fairlane lower-to-the-road silhouette
smart oblong accident
we take complete leave of our wits which or Station Wagon of your choice. This parking lights in new injuries occur! includes, a new
every styling
could be. Minor fluctuations and rolling adjust The dual-exhaust power plant delivers instant "touch."Inside, tl1ingsarejustasexciting! deep-center Lifeguard steering wheel, new

ments in industry after industry are inevitable.If ;. power, lets you pass quicker, gives you Smart new' n'ls,woven plastics,and nylon Lifeguard rear view double-grip mirror new door loch, lifeguard newsafety
we have the courage to avoid excessive booms greater confidence. Its deep-block build upholsteries are every inch "good taste" optional

and the wit to use what we know, there is reasonto CornerTO keeps it running smoothly and quietly harmonize tastefully with the body instrument expanded panel plastic and cushioning sun visors for and the

believe that future instability can be kept within prolongs engine life color you select. wear like iron. optional Ion-web seat belts.
fairly tolerable limits." .

In other words, Mr. Business Man, go ahead THE

with needed expansion and improvements. The

pitfalls on the road to progress are fewer than HollingsworthBuilding
those met in the ruts of stagnation.




TV Shows Some PromiseIf Across Street '
P'ttir -

this sort of thing keeps up. we're going to From Park Theatre a

take back lots of dirty cracks we have made about

television programs in the past few years. On a 119

recent weekend we were treated to two outstand-
ing productions that showed beyond doubt whata SOUTH WALNUT a't'

,.
wonderful thing television can be when it forgets STREET ;
for a moment its inane quiz panels and give-

away gimmicks.. .1.,.,... .

The first program we happened to catch wasa S ,d 7_ _

superb presentation of "The Caine Mutiny Court TELEPHONE

Martial. Using the technique of the original

stage play, wherein the trial is the entire show, THE SAME lr t

it was much superior to the souped-up movie ver 301 1 I Lcr Xt. ."
sion where the trial occupies only a few minutesat

the end of the film.

The other program was the excellent Omnibus a '.

production of Oliver Goldsmith's "She Stoops To #

Conquer." Superb acting, directing and costuming &____.,____ Why not visit us today! Test Drive mt I
made the hour and a half something to be _.__;jI- of our new Ford model.and feel how .
long remembered. Same Good Service safe you can feel in a car!

Yes our faith in television has been restored.

Give us more of the same. Same Economical Pyrofax Gas F.D.A.F.Jhe ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIREF'MAXVILLE
DECEMBER 2, 1955

I dinner in Macclenny supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
YY cloth of Maxville. tham, Elsie Cannon, Toria Hig Thanksgiving ;
: ginbotham, Lealer Harris, Gladys: at the home of Mrs. Griffis' Bun Griffis Sunday night, Nov. 20.
were
Other relatives attending Copeland, Mr and Mrs. F: R. nephew, :Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehl
James C. Wilkinson of Atlanta, 1
Marion Wilkinson Clardy, :Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman son and famOy. and daughter of Jacksonvillewere
,
Ga., }Ir. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat, Miss Merle Higginbotham went weekend visitors of Mrs.

By Mrs. C. B. Noun Ga., W.and D.family Bell of of St St. George Marys,, Mrs., Minnie Carter, Mr. and Mrs. to Jacksonville Sunday to spenda i'Buford Schmehl's parents, Mr.. and Mrs.I Ii leak! there's more low prices a} A&PS

....................... Ga., :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Silas Henry Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Bun week with her brother-in-law Higginbotham.Mrs.
Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle 'I : E. D. Higginbotham. and I I

Wilkinson 'and Bell Families and daughter, Mr Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Ed Nolan and several children. I Schmehle. son Gary accompanied Mr. and I count the savings!
and Soy
Harris family sure cast
Celebrate (With Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higginbo :Mr. and :Mrs. :Millard Strick- Mrs. Johnie Sweat Of Jackson- you +
Tommie Rowden Mr. 8.Ild.Mrs.
The families of the late Mr. tham and Mrs. Doss Higgenbotham land and family visited with Mr. ville to Macclenny ThanksgivingDay
and lira. Daniel Bell and Mr. and Billy Wilkinson and family, Mrs. carried Mr. Higginbothamto and Mrs. Raiforfl Crews and family and had dinner with Mr.I .
AP bmute !Thit't. AiP U America1 kadiag e
Katie Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Helping people MTC money on fine food it e by *
Mrs. George Wilkinson celebrated Harold Pearman, Mrs. Johnie Macclenny last Wednesday In Macclenny Friday night and Mrs. H. A. Sweat and family. food merchant.And today ai alwayt you can look to the leader to cot your food bffl Mont 1

with a big basket dinner and Mae Stricklend, Mr. and Mrs. J.' night where he caught a bus to and also attended the Congregational Mrs :Mae Higginbotham and Went proof? Look at the list Mom of famous brand groceries reduced fat price this week!
family reunion at the home of Panama City to spend the Holiness Church while, daughters, were guests of :Mr.
W. Thomas and daughter, Mr. I
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson at Thanksgiving holidays with his there. and Mrs. George Johnson and > aty
and
Clay Hill on Sunday, Nov. 27. and Mrs. Mr.Roy and Stoutamire Mrs. Duke I son-in-law and daughter, },Ir. and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Elias had family in Jacksonville on Thanks-I
daughter
Children of the two families Webb and family, Mrs. Juanita Mrs. Raymond Kilgore and family. a3 guests for Thanksgiving din- giving Day. Little Eleanor John-
i Mr. and Mrs. Moran. son accompanied them home and
Mrs. and
ner George
Daisy Padgett Alvin v
attending were: :Mr. and Mrs. Patton and family, Mr. and Mrs.,
and Bonnie Padgett spent Fridayin Miss Helen Peters, Dr. and Mrs.D. spent the balance of the week A&P APPLESAUCE
Roy Godbold and son of Tallahassee Richard Elian and daughter, Mr. with her Fancy
grandmother.The
Baldwin with Mrs.Irma Lee Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Leo %
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Bell and Mrs. Jimmy Fales, Mr. and Knight and family. Glasser, and Mr. and Mrs. B. football game scheduled for
of St. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. P. J. Fales, Betty June. Sunday, Nov. 27
George, Ga. Funeral Services Harriman all of Jacksonville.Mrs. between the 'I
Arthur Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. M. Mainkovich For Mrs. .R na jGriffis D. B. Griffis and Karen :Maxville boys and the Long 4 ; I 21-lbCans 23C

Plentie Altman, :Mr. and Mrs., and daughter and Capt. S. Conic Funeral services for Mrs. Rena and Sharon Griffis attended the i Branch boys was called off due ,

A. B. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. lb!. Griffis, 54, of Maxville, who Ringling Bros. Circus in Jack- to the death of Mrs. Rena Griffis.
Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lee of Baldwin, Mrs. Irma :Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney sonville last Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Alfred Harris
passed away Friday afternoon,
Bell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hutson of St. George, Ga., Nov. 25, in the emergency ward and Mrs. B. E. Faircloth of and Ray Harris visited in Jacksonville : A&P Tender LIMA

John D. Wilkinson, and Mrs. Minnie -, Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish and of the Duval County Hospital, Clay Hill had Thanksgiving dinner Saturday with Glenn OfgO Ski

Peterson or Jacksonville, Mr.!I family of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs.J. were held Sunday afternoon, Nov. with Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson. Reeves at Radio Station WPDQ. ICons/
C. Nolan and family, Charlene-
and Mrs. Frank Peterson of Friends Save
of Westberry Griffis, Tonle atAtp 21CA&P
27, at 3 p.m. at the Long Branch'
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, Leonard Wilkinson, Baptist Church with Rev. A. E. J. C. Nolan was a business will regret to learn that he is ill''
Wilkinson Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson, and has been
Weeks, pastor of the Full Gospel visitor in Starke Friday. taken to a Jack-|
Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. D. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson, sonville
F.
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vinson and hospital.
Mission of Rev.
Lang, all of Maxvllle, and two Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns and the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wyles of Jack- Misses Grace Harris and Jo I Fancy PRUNE
Lester Taggart, pastor of
daughters-in-law, Mrs. Lillian I family, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maxville Baptist Church, -officiatine. sonville were guests of Mr. and Ann Midyette and J. D. Padgett PLUMS 29-oz can 2-0 bot 35c
Wilkinson, Jr. and family, Mr.
Wilkinson and Mrs. Gertie Fair- Mrs. C. B. Nolan Thursday after and Bobby Godwin attended the I
, and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson and
-
in
car races Lake City Sunday PANCAKE
Sunnyfield
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Active pallbearers were Guy
Ron, Padgett, noon.Mrs.
afternoon.
Frigo, Bootsie Cannon, Buddy Sylvia Carter of Jackson GREEN
I
10
Mrs.
Mr. and Oscar Wilkinsonand
pkg
v Wilkinson, Tody Griffis, Bill Ellis ville visited with Mr. and Mrs.D. Everyone will be glad to learn FLOUR -oz
'
sons, all of Maxville and Mr.
2 cans
that 35c
Harris'
and Dan Hargroves. Honorary J. Parris and family on Sally arm is getting
and Mrs. Calvin and
Williams
1 I pallbearers were Willie Crews, Thanksgiving Day. along nicely. The cast was removed Ann Page BLENDED
Bill Oliver of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hogan and on Friday, Nov. 18. 12-0 bot
Mr.! land Mrs. James ColemanlIonol't'd Henry Griffis, A. E. Weeks, Fred Charlene SYRUP % ;tt
Lang, Kyle Cannon, and CharlesE. family of Jacksonville visitedMr. Wilkinson bruised her
At
.Shower Jones. Interment was in Long and Mrs. Dan Parrish Thurs- shoulder badly while carrying the I Pickle Patch Mixed SWEET '1-1& can lOc
Mrs. Deane Hill entertained
drum at the football
in
Branch Cemetery under the direction day night. game
Saturday night, Nov. 26, at the of the Key-McCabe Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and Macclenny on Friday night, Nov. PICKLES 22-oz/or/
.,. Maxville Civic Club with a mis- 18. She plays with the high & Salads WESSON
.Home of Jacksonville.Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters
cellaneous shower honoring Mr. Griffis was a native of .and family of Jacksonville, and school band. Sunnyfield Long Grain FANCY bottle SSe
and Mrs. James Coleman, who Highland, but had resided in Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson had Friends of Mrs. T. H. Edwards 89'I
were married recently. will regret to learn that has RICE 3 /b pkg
One-Point Landing! Maxville for the past 33 years. dinner with Mrs. Dorothy Waters she
The Club' was beautifully dec She was the widow of the late and family on Thanksgiving.Mr. been ill this* \\'eekith flu. Tub StylE:

THE point? orated with green and white crepe L. M. Griffis. She is survived by : and Mrs. H. E. Griffis and Glenn Jones of Jacksonvilleis Iona Yellow Cling Halves or lib

paper streamers extending down one son, Westberry Griffis III of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson and staying a few days with West- PEACHES 24-oz can GS C

It may cost you hundreds of I from the ceiling and centered Maxville. She had been ill for family of Macclenny attended the berry Griffis at his home here.
with a white wedding bell. Directly Friends of Kyle Cannon will
dollars if is several years and for the past Church of God in Macclenny Sun- Scotkins DinnerNAPKIHS
someone injured
under the bell was a table regret to learn that he has been

en your premises! I cpvered with a pretty white linen I tto several the Week's weeks had Nursing been Home confined in day.Mr.:: and Mrs. Earl Wilkinsonand ill with flu. 2 box of so 2 cans 21c

I table cloth and a green crepe|J Jacksonville. She was a memberof son of Jacksonville sPent the Mr. and Mrs. Millard Strick-
bow attached to eachrornE'r. land and family and Mr. and
!paper the Long Branch Baptist day with Mr. Wilkinson's parents, Bettv Crocker FROSTING
Before that someone lands onl. In the center was a Church. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson, Mrs. Alfred Harris and son at- I Sliced

three-tiered cake decorated with tended funeral services: for LesieiKamerson MIXES '5-ozpfcg ES
your wallet, let us provide Miss Merle Higginbotham spent on Thanksgiving Day.F. 254 can 27c
white icing and topped with a last week in Lawtey with her B. Coleman and sons, and at Manntown Cemetery

you with Comprehensive Per- miniature bride and groom. Several brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Jeff Hargroves went on a hunting on Sunday, Nov. 20. Pillsbury FROSTING Family Size POTATO

vase of cut flowers also Mrs. James Waters and family. trip Friday_ and James killed a We are glad to see Mrs. Bootsie MIX <6!-OZ 29 C '12 OZ
sonal Liability Insurance. adorned the room. Buck Wellhausen, Edwin Chil- big turkey.We Cannon able to be out again after I 12-oz 53c

Approximately $10,000 of Several games were played dur- son and Harvey McPherson wenton regret to learn that Ginger, a few days' illness. I Ii Betty Crocker Devil Food, white

ing the evening and prizes were a camping trip last Wednes- Cannon sprained her wrist while i I Mrs. Gladys Copeland and family CAKE ::: VARIETY

protection for about $15. won by Mrs. Mae Higginbothamand day night and had a very nice playing volley ball at Baldwin I and Mrs. Lealer Harris at-
Misses Minnie and Evelyn High School last Friday.A tended church services at the MIXES 3 pkgs 2 for 31c
.
.._.-.-...,- time.Friends Pine
Coleman. of Miss Jean Harris Singing Convention will be! Valley Congregational Holiness -

After the games the bride and will regret to learn that she was held at the Maxville Congrega Church in Starke Sunday -

H. c. Wall groom opened their many useful ill last Tuesday and missed school. tional Holiness Church on Sunday,, night.
Agency
and attractive gifts and then cake, Birthday PartyA Dec. 11, beginning at two o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice I "SUPER-RIGHT" THICK SLICED

:coffee and punch were served. delightfully planned party The public is cordially invited tc of Lawtey brought Sammy, Connie -

Starke Fla. Enjoying this occasion with was held Thursday night, Nov. attend. and Roger Lee Eunice to the
LbPkg"SuperRight"
Phone 146 Mr. and Mrs. Coleman and the 24, at the home of Mrs. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight t Sidney Harris home to spend the BREAKFAST BACON i 2 19C
:
hostess, Mrs. Hill, were: Mr. Sweat honoring Mrs. Sweat's and family of .Baldwin spenl t day Sunday while they went to

200 E. Call Street Hill, Minnie and Evelyn Coleman, daughter, Jewel Higginbotham, Thanksgiving with Mr. Knight's I Deland to visit Mr. Eunice's

I Truby Crosby, Mae Higginbotham, on her 16th birthday. Games parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence., niece.
Joyce Schmehl, Janie HigginboDon't were played throughout the eve- Knight. Mrs. Sidney Harris hasn't been I II I Skinless "Super-Right" Hard Corn Fed PORK

ning, after which Jewel Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffis had I feeling well lately. We do hope 1
.. ... ....,, ... ., opened I II I
-- '---- --v -" .'_'''i..m.......;....""--0"\ I her gifts and then punch and I 117 members of their immediate! that she will soon feel good- aeain. FRANKS ib LOIN ROAST 35'
1 t cake were served. Enjoying this family with them for Thanks- We regret to hear that Mrs. 39'

occasion with Jewel and her family giving dinner and supper. Jim (Grandma) Godwin is ill.

Miss Our "BacktoSchool"PHILCO \ were Jo Ann Parrish, Merle Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Chance of Bobby Nolan was ill last week "Super-Rlgnt" Freshly Ground "Super-Right" Fancy Lean PORK

Higginbotham, Minnie and Evelyn Doctors Inlet visited with Mr. end and missed school on Monday.

Coleman, Elmer Higginbotham, and Mrs. Sidney Harris and family Local Men ParticipateIn SPARE RIBS Ib 37C

Joe Padgett, Franklin Padgett, Friday.Mr. Stock Car Races BEEF 3 ibs $1.00

\ I Henry Caruso, Eugene Conner, and Mrs. A. C. Andersonand Two Maxville men raced in the

j Leonard Wilkinson, Ray and Le- Mrs. Jennie Stubbs of Jack-I stock car races at the Lake City "Super-Right" 100% Pork Country

3 3I 3n roy Pellum, Ken Clark, Eugene sonville had dinner with ;Speedway Sunday afternoon. FRESH Style Small Breakfast Link

Starling, Ronnie Pacillo, Ray Mrs. Willie Harris on Thanksgiving -I Junior Mosley won first place in
Burnsed and Ed Waters. Day. four races and G. J. Midyette lb
OYSTERS pt can 85' SAUSAGE 390 I
TVSALE. I Those enjoying Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves! 'won second place in two races.

I dinner with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. and daughter, Minnie, Mrs. Sarah The two men will race! again

Wilkinson Sr., Leonard and Char- Jane Griffis, Mrs. Evelyn Griffis Sunday, Dec. 4, at 1:30 p.m. at -.- -

lene Wilkinson and Miss Nan Mc- ,and daughter Sarah Mae, T. L. the Lake City Speedway, four New Reduced Price s-

Pherson were Mr. and Mrs. Wil-j Manning. George Manning and miles west of Lake City, and we EIGHT O'CLOCK Western
Pat Griffis had dinner at Mrs hope there will be a crowd Emperor
bur Wilkinson and family, Johnie I big
:jI4 :.:..:... n 1r
Mae Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Edna Manning's in Glenn St. from Maxville out to see them.

E. Wilkinson Jr. and family, C'I Mary on Thanksgiving Day. Among the Maxville folks attending COFFEE F GRAPES

R and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and !i Mrs. Elsie Cannon and children the races Sunday were .

family Winfred Wilkinson, and I Il were supper guests of Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bell, Mrs.

Turns EeII l Bill Oliver. j i Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and family I Junior Mosley, L. T. Taylor, Calvin 1-lb TSC 3-lbs$2.19 LB 19CFresh
I Schuman
Teenagers Enjoy llayride i I Friday night. Kenneth Manning,
ln= Rig I The Teenage Club went on a Alvin Padgett spent Thanksgiving Milton Harris, Raymond Harris,
Tender PASCAL
I hayride to Macclenny Friday Day with Billy and Bobby O. :J. Rafuse, Mutt Harris, Flor-

,I I night. On their way back they Nolan. ence Parrish John Mosley, and 1 Detergent CELERY 2 for 29'

I, stopped and had a weiner roast. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sparkman Sammy and Joe Midyette.Mr. TREND g iantsize 49c
\ :Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan I i and family of Jacksonville spent and Mrs. Simeon Phillips' SWEET

chaperoned the group which in- I Sunday, Nov. 20, with Mr. and were visitors in Palatka on Mon- Libby's VIENNASAUSAGE
Mrs. W. A. Sparkman. day. Mr. Phillips is POTATOES ib
SwiveBet rlu ed Jo Ann Parrish. Minnie recuperating c
Coleman Shirley \\Tkinson, 'I Mr. and Mrs. John Chambersand nicely from a minor operation 5-0% can 15e

Mahogany Grace Harris Jewel Higginbo family of Jacksonville visited performed on his hand last week. Red DeliciousAPPLES

Luxurious finish Swivelet with self. tham, Jean Harris Evelyn Cole- I with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Spark Kenneth Manning, One of our Large
'I local ib
man last Thursday afternoon.Mr. boys, has gone into business 17'
man. Merle Higginbotham: Jewel
brass feetturnsfor I 2 bars
leveling
for himself IVORY SOAP 27c
Aluminized I North, Alvin Padgett, Roger and Mrs. Morris Bell and now, operating
easy viewing. I a service station in Fresh Tender SWEET
North, Ray Burnsed, Claude family spent Thanksgiving in Aunt Fanny
picture tube. ;.i Ocala. Griffis' old store Instant My-T-Fine
Tuner. I North. Ed Waters, Buck Well I building here. CORN for
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hausen, Harvey McPherson B. F. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and Miss Lula Harris and :Joe Lu-
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I'lIlLCO 4136 Coleman Henry Wellhausen, Billy i family spent the weekend in cas visited with Mr. and Mrs. 9" HeadLETTUCE

and Bobby Nolan, Leroy and Ray I Zephyrhills with Mrs. Chilson's Hiram Taylor in Middleburg Sun Large
$229.95 Pellum.Mr. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. day afternoon. Ann Page BLUEBERRY each 170

and Mrs. A. S. Sego and!Rogers. daughter Mrs. Laverne Lucas and PRESERVES '12-0% 25'
family went to Jacksonville Thursday j Billy Whitehead seems to be Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fresh TenderSQUASH
i getting along nicely after a head Greene, and Mrs. Avery Slade
with I
and had Thanksgiving and Iona Golden SWEET
i injury received at school a few children went On a ib lOc
Mr. Sego's sister, Mrs. Ethell picnic at
NevorTkougkWetfi'eeC I Stewart and family.Mr. I days ago. He had the stitches Santa Fe Lake Sunday. CORN 2 303 cans 23cFresh

and Mrs. Clifton Carter removed last week. Little Peggy and Gary Lucas Home Grown Ctn. & Bulk

Day r a I and family of Clay Hill spent We are all so glad that Fred spent last weekend
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richards, who was taken ill on with their grandmother, Mrs. TOMATOES 19c

i Harry Padgett and family.Mr. Sunday, Nov. 20, at the Singing! Onie Frasier. FRUIT CAKES

Charlie Hilliardof (Convention is better. Ever'onewho '
and Mrs. I ; JANE PARKER RED
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Jacksonville visited with Mr. sing said -
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and Mrs. H. E. Griffis Thursday his voice was so beautiful and fee -; 1.35 2.65 3-8S

FOR ONLY afternoon.Mr. did so well singing the 'song"Jerusalem" Wash Your Clothes SPANISH BAR
: and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinsonwere that no one even DEXOSHORTENING
business visitors in Starke guessed that he was feeling badlyat 9 Pounds
20-oz Cake
$154.95'HI1CO Saturday.Mrs. the time. :Mr. Richards is a For 40c! 3-lb en 69' 19C
J. C. Nolan and Lana and teacher at the Maxville school.'

Joe spent Friday with Mrs. No His wife accompanied him at the ANN PAGE
FREE
Bleach If
Desired
lan's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ar- piano. !

thur Wilkinson, in Jacksonville.D. II I j I The Maxville School children 0 MAYONNAISE V 49c JANE PARKER

J. Parrish and daughter, enjoyed a delicious turkey dinner
4111. Full qualityTV
with performance unmatched Jo Ann were visitors in Mac- I last Wednesday at the school We Will DONUTS

at its price. Power clenny! Friday morning. (I cafeteria. Mrs. Ruby Durrance .

proved chassis with Golden Miss Patsy Smith played; fa.' II i'helped Mrs. Dora Byrd: preparethe Dry Your Clothes Jane Parker 'J: Box of 8 Box of 12
Grid Tuner. 21-inch AluminLzed dinner.Mr. P
picture tube. Finger I the basketball games between ',

Tuning.Limited quantity t Baldwin and Yulee Tuesday night,, and Mrs. Dayton 'Spark- For 20c DeliciousAPPLE 2SC 29C
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.' '- Nov. 22.Mrs. min of Jacksonville had Thanks'eivuvr -

Mary Wellhausen celebrated .I dnner with Mr. and Mrs. la New Automatic Driers!
75th lasl. |W. A. Sparkman.
PHONE 198-J FOR 10 DAY HOME TRIAL her birthday ".I .
!I Sun"'av with a birthday dnnei ]\ Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and PIE

jat the home of her soninlawand ,i' h'lily of Lawtev! and Mr. and

'I dauehter. Mr. and Mrs. Johr ijM L i ''! F. D. Higginbotham had
C. H. NASWORTHY Washeteria\
North ind family. ,Th1n"hfFiving' supper with Mr. .
Lge 8-in/ Size w .uwry .w4 w N.nN
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Sego wen and Mrs Buford Higginbotham 39C

GENERAL SUPPLIES visitors in Jacksonville last Tuesday ". aid fom'ly. Tempie Ave. Starke 412 Call St.

232 E. Call St. Phone 19S-J r evening. !!r and Mrs. Guy Frio and -.L. Starke Fla.FRIDAY. .

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis hac I daughter of Jacksonville were t



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i 4J |Garden Club Plans LittleVomen I
u- -- r I % Lawson-Harding _

''Holiday House Tour S 1- Plan Yule DanceThe [Engagement Told

f : : .
I Mrs. C. R. Hook of Melrose, a -
Little Women's Club met at
person well versed in the art of ..!-' 1L
the dub
house Tuesday
Christmas decorations spoke at eveningat
I' a called meeting to make final
\ Garden Club meeting
: the Starke
plans for their annual Christmas
I !Monday evening before a capacity TT
dance to be held Dec. 17.
:
Gladys Mooty audience. Miss Bobbe Bastedo was selectedto (
Mrs. Hook had her displays of
Phone 35
I I'p represent the club in the Polio
I artistic arrangements carrying out Drive contest
which will be judged
_- r SSS rSSrSflSr rnrssSSSStflflSSSSSSSrSSn I the Yuletide theme on tables in the
the latter part of January. Mem- :
club house and explained the making 1 I
A I : bers of the club are selling prod- _
of each item. She showed how ilL :
ucts to raise funds for the danceon
to make stars with a cork, stuck I
Dec 17 and
anyone wishing to
with gilded toothpicks and sprinkled -
purchase may contact one of the
with glitter, angels wreaths, 2% i members.The .

gum-drop tree, Santas, link chains, .

bells of all sizes and shapes, glistening club is also getting up a t ..--, :. / ..

silver balls, homemade Christmas box of toys, clothing, '' 'S., <. '-
item ) J; I IiJ and food to take to the Florida ,4- :,,;ris5i t-I. !(
and
candles imaginable
every _ :-'
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: p'
Miss to put the home in a festive mood. Y Farm Colony in Gainesville. iI. ;i: ,'',,"."-.? .. .<.

During the business meeting, : r"

f presided over by the president, Wesleyan Guild : .,' t It. : '-. !

Mrs. M. F. Hazen, the Holiday : -',!'oI ,- .. Ti
__ Met Tuesday :
House Tour for Dec. 22 was plan- ,: % I I
.
Cole ned. Tickets at 25 cents each The I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson announce -
Wesleyan Service Guild
t : were given to members to sell for :, the engagement and approaching -
::9. .
( ,' met at the home of Mrs. Paul
the Tour. marriage of theit

Mrs. Marian Howe, finance 4 tjd I ,. Bridges Tuesday night with 14 daughter. Alice Louise to Airman

r1r ; chairman, announced that the members present. An interesting 1-c Thomas B. Harding Jr., son
mftIL
: w discussion of
the status of womenat
Weds Garden Club Christmas gift shop I lof Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hard
the local, national, and inter..
will this Saturday in one of ing. S

p < the vacant open stores on Call street. The Misses Gwendolyn And Easley Shuford Are Wed led national by Mrs.level M.in W.the Cressler church, who was I The wedding will take place in

Christmas wreaths, fruit cakes, the First Baptist Church, Starke

sprays, corsages and varied Christ- had charge of the program. i I I Saturday night, Dec. 10, at 8

James mas items made by club memberswill In Double Ceremony At Appomattox, VirginiaA After the business meeting, refreshments -, o'clock. S

be on sale. Several Boy were served by the i No invitations are being sent
,, S lovely 6 o'clock candlelight !I hostesses, Mrs. Bridges and Mrs.V. All friends and relatives are uluted. -
l' Scouts, who were present at the in the Mr. and Mrs. will I
t a reception Appomattox turn. Ferguson \ I
: ceremony on Saturday evening, : B Sewell.Pauline .
club meeting, offered their servicesin Hall which make their
Legion attractively home in
Nov. 19, in Memorial Methodist was Appomattox,
I
; selling these items from doorto decorated with fall flowers. The and Mr. and Mrs. will live
); Church, Appomattox, Va., united in |: King
Dreier BPW District Held Here .
.. w door around town. marriage :Miss Easley Rhoads Shu- :bride's table, overlaid with a beau- in Richmond. Meeting

Miss Dorothy Ross of the Horti- tiful cutwork cloth, was centered Both brides are graduates of
ford to Richard M. and i
Ferguson, (
j culture Committee announced that with an antique silver stand hold- [Madison College and formerly at- Seven Clubs of District 3-4,
Miss Gwendolyn Holt Shuford to :
: '..yt"'i she is taking orders for rose bushes Ralph Jefferson King. ; j j'ing white pompoms and snapdragons. tended schools in Lawtey and Florida Federation of BPW Clubs,'

L and gave out pamphets with the White ruffled tulle encircledthe tarke. met in the High School Library I 4 _
| The brides the of
are daughters
3 :_ ; iT descriptive list and prices. Anyone 'Mr. and :Mrs. Jake Shuford of Appomattox -i' three-tiered wedding cake j Mr. Ferguson, a graduate of Appomattox here Sunday, Nov. 20. I

wishing to order rose bushes formerly of Lawtey.i I,which was topped with a miniature High School, is a veteran Miss Della Rosenberg, director, '-
through the club may contact Miss: bride and groom. of World War II. opened the meeting at 10:30: a.m.j! :
Mr. Ferguson is the son of :Mr. and i
Ross or any memoers of the club I After spending some time with 1[ Mr. King is a graduate of Mad- and introduced the guests, Mrs. i -1 _
:Mrs. R. B. Ferguson, and Mr. I
by Dec. 12.During ; their guests, the couples left on ison college and attended the Uni- Lila Mae Durgan, state first vice -
King is the son of Mr., and :Mrs. "-
the social hour, a dessert separate wedding trips in the versity of Virginia. He participated president, and Mrs. Edna Van I '-S: _____
Affi: i" I ,II. L. King of Ararat, Va. 'S
--- ;course was served by the hostesses northern states. Upon their reed in the Korean War. Acker, assistant Southwestern
I The double ring ceremony was S
: Mrs. J. D. Doyle, chairman regional chairman, of Miami.
In a lovely wedding ceremony tion corsage. I'!Miss Dorothy Ross, Mrs. Essie performed by Rev. Lee H. Rich- Beta Phi The Starke club president Mrs. -
creek, pastor of the church, and Sigma Pledges .
I
I :
performed Saturday morning at Miss Emily Dreier of Curtice, ;:Crosby, :Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. V. I Mildred Dovle. welcomed the
Rev. Floyd :M. Lucas of Elkton,
9:30 o'clock in st. Edward's Ohio, sister of the groom selecteda I A. Nichols, and Mrs. Harry Mooty. i'group, and Mrs. Marguerite HalL

Church, Miss Jimmie Claf Cole, blue brocade suit with white accessories -I'I Va. Qi1f'fW! ; who was .chosen as "Woman of
the altar of the
Highlighting
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. and white carnation Edwards ; the Week" was introduced. Mrs.
Carolyn sanctuary was a brass cross flanked -
Cole of Stake, became the bride corsage for her brother's wedding. De"ta Dval was apnointed to
by brass candle holders and
of James Dreier, son of Carl I| Immediately following the wed- ,Is Honored represent the Sarke Club on the J'i
brass vases holding bronze and yellow -
Dreler and the late :Mrs. Dreier of ding a reception was held in St. ''At Lovely Shower I, mums and snapdragons. district nominating committee to I

Curtice Ohio. Father Harold Edward's hall where attractive arrangements present a slate of officers at the
I (Against a background of greenery, I
Jordan officiated at the double of yellow and white January meeting.The i
I Miss Carolyn Edwards, whose branched candelabra, holding __
ring ceremony.The chrysanthemums and lighted white ot 80 members attending i
Iwedding to James High will be an lighted yellow candles, cast a soft group
sanctuary was beautiful tapers were placed at points of in- the meeting here enjoyed
'event of Sunday auernoon in the glow over the setting. Family Starke BP\V president ..MildredDojle _
with tall pedestal baskets of white 'terest. The bride's table was lovely ,Presbyterian Church, was the in- pews were marked with sprays of 1 1i i luncheon in the elementary school I I greets State ht"ice President _
chrysanthemums and white gladi- with an imported lace cloth cen- I cafetorium and vote of thanks
spiration for a delightful shower mums and streamers. a iali Mae Durgan.i .
oli a background of tered with a three-tiered wedding extended the local club for
placed against given Tuesday evening at the Par-I Prior to the ceremony a pro- was

palms. The family pews were cake topped with wedding bells. At ish House on Church street. gram of nuptial musie was rend- I this meeting. i i a gift made to Mrs. Durgan

marked with white satin ribbons. the base of the cake were rufflesct _ j Door prizes were distributed. 1'1 qvrtrs5'tmn nf v>pr fine roeech
:Mrs.D.
I The party hostesses were ered by Mrs. John Chandler, or-
While the guests were assembling white tulle interspersed with )i W. Carpenter, Mrs. R. Cunningham ganist, and Rev. W. H. Carey, -

)!rs. Lloyd Green rendered nuptial 'white blossoms. Two-branched Mrs. Seeber Goodman, Mrs.B. soloist. The traditional wedding KnightVeds Beta Sigma Phi
white satin ; $
with v.
music at the organ. candelabra C. Holtzendorf Sr., Mrs. B. C. marches were used. H. Sistrunk Meeting Is Held
Cyrus
Joseph Candela of the Green streamers, holding burning white Holtzendorf Jr., Mrs.V.. T. Jackson I Miss Easley Shuford, who was Seven pledges who receive their at I _
five-jeweled pins the Ritual ol
balanced the arrangementIn j
Cove Springs Naval Base served tapers, Mrs. Millard Judd, Mrs. L. N. escorted by her father, chose as shower for Mrs. Ray
: r A
I Jewels ceremony held recently at the home of Beta Sigma Phi President ..1! Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jordan ol stork _
the groom as best man, and ushers j the receiving line at the reception Pickering, Mrs. Ed Prevatt, Mrs. her maid of honor her cousin, Miss Starke announce the marriage ol I Taylor was a feature of the Beta _
\\ Raymond Stefanelli of Starke Mrs. Robbie Shaller, I | Martha Yancey are (left to right): Mrs. II. C. Hlnson, Mrs. J.,
were were Frazier Shaw, Mrs. Sidney Shu- June Holt : their daughter, Pauline J. Knight, Sigma Phi sorority meeting at the _
and Ogden Bates of the State Mrs. Slefanelli, Mrs. Cole, I I D. Warren, Mrs. Howard Mjer, Mrs. Robert E. Firth, Mrs. J. O. Gay,
Henry Shuford who I
Stern. Miss Howard
ford, and Miss Louise I Gwendolyn I ,to Cyrus H. Sistrunk, son of thE! home of Mrs. Myer on
Farm. Miss Dreier the bride and groom, I Arrangements of chrysanthemums was escorted by her uncle, R. Gar- Mrs. Mjldrcd Cuttino, and Miss Carolyn Edwards. late Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunl, East Call St. Monday night at 7:3t

Miss Carolyn Edwards, the Miss Edwards and Mr. Candela. ': were used throughout the land Holt, chose as her maid of I 'of Starke. The marriage tool, o'clock. _

bride's only attendant, was attired Miss Elissa Stefanelli kept the party rooms for the occasion and honor Miss Vera King, sister of BPW Members iPresbyterianVomen place in Folkston Ga. on Nov. 21() I Preceding the shower, a business

in a lovely pink wool waltz length bride's book and :Mrs. Joe Wallace the mantel in the lounge was banked the bridegroom. Are EntertainedMiss Met Tuesday Night at 5 p.m. session was held, at which time __ __

gown embossed with beading of the State Farm presided at the 1 i' with magnolia leaves and a I I Little Lois Morris was flower Mr. and Mrs. Sistrunk are nov 1 plans were completed for the annual _____
i
around the neckline and featuringa silver coffee service. Mrs. Mike plaque holding five burning yellow -''girl, and Robert Holt, a cousin, Madge Middleton was host- I The Presbyterian Women of the at home in one of the I. E. Clad t doll project, proceeds of _

full overskirt of pink net. She Gilhooly cut the bride's cake and The refreshment table ring bearer. j which will to the Cancer Closet
tapers. was ess recently to members of the Church met Tuesday evening, Nov. ., apartments on N. Walnut St. go
wore a feathered pink hat trimmed Mrs. Paul Meng assisted in serv was attractive with a white or-I David Ferguson served as best Starke Business and Professional 22, with 17 members present. I j -fund. The doll to be given away, _

with rhinestones and carried a ing. ':;'gaudy cloth over yellow linen. ''man for his brother, and :Mr. King I Woman's Club for their November I Mrs. K. G. Duncan, president, I Surprise Shower complete with wardrobe, will be

of carnations and''i I After spending some time with Centering the table was an arrangement -'was best man for his son. Ushers meeting. President :Mildred Doyle on display in Barksdale's window.
nosegay pink l'resided at the business session. __
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dreier of yellowcenteredwhite included Billy Conner, Raymond''presented Delia Rosenberg, Educa- Circle] 2 purchased and installedtwo For Mrs. Barksdale Refreshments were served by __

pink tulle. drove to Curtice, Ohio where they mums in a low silver bowl, Jamerson, Jimmy Sanderson, and tion and Vocation Chairman, who heaters in the .Mrs. Myer and the co-hostess, :Mrs. _

The bride, who was given in will make their home. The bride flanked by yellow tapers in triple- Alvin Boyd. gave the program stressing pro- school rooms. Circle new 3 plans Sunday to I Mrs. Robert BarKsdale was honored (Leon Gray.

marriage by her father, selectedfor chose for traveling a three piece Branched I silver candelabra. Pre- |i Gowns of the maids of honor fessional growth. buy a table for the assembly hall at a lovely surprise storl ;,UDCToMeet

her wedding a beautiful balle- blue knit suit complimented with siding at the silver coffee service were identical, fashioned of mint I Committee reports were given and Circle 1 is buying toys for the shower given at her home on W.

rina lengtl white lace tulle gown black accessories and a white were Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. j green faille taffeta, with princess, and members made personal con- A motion The W. T. Week's chapter, U. D.
nursery. was made to :Madison street by Mrs. Olin W?
with a fitted jacket featuring long carnation corsage. 'and Mrs. Millard Judd. i bodice' and full skirts. Matching tributions for Dr. Jennings, Youth send a Christmas box to Mr. and : ,C. will meet next Wednesday afternoon _

sleeves that tapered to points at I' Among the out-of-town guests I Mrs. Frazier Shaw greeted mitts and flower spray headpieces., Counselor, to use in working with Mrs. Jimmy Cail, Missionaries in White Jr., Thursday evening, Nov S at 3 o'clock at the home of

her wrists. Her fingertip veil of'were Bill Poore, Robert Mears, 'guests at the door and presented ,completed their costumes. They ,local girls who return from the Industrial Africa, out of the bake sale money. 17. Sixteen guests enjoyed thi:s Mrs. Bertha Pearce.

sheerest illusion was caught by a I them to the receiving line cm-i carried bouquets of bronze and, Home in Ocala. I I occasion with the honoree.

pearlized tiara. She carried a and Madge Baker of Gainesville, 1 posed of the honoree, her mother, yellow mums. Mrs. Marguerite Hall was welcomed -' Mrs. Duncan asked the present I YOU'LL LOVE the new bter-

white prayer book topped with a Miss Gerry Carter of Jacksonville, .lIrs. J. M. Edwards, Mrs. Picker- !I The little flower girl wore white as a new member of the executive board and the new board I OXE-FOK-ALL Ball Point PeRefills. n t brook purse-size fountain pens In

nosegay of white carnations with Carl Dreier, father of the groom, 'ling, Miss Stern, Mrs. Shuford and' and carried a basket of petals. I club. members to meet Saturday after-I Fits any pen. 49c Bradford pastel shades. Only $%.58 at Bradford -

long white satin streamers.Mrs. ,:Miss Emily Dreier, Mr. and Mrs. ,Mrs. Jackson. The brides selected identical]I II lj Mrs. Marian Howe has invited noon, Dec. 10, at 4 o'clock in the County Telegraph. County Telegraph.

Cole was attired in a lovely Alden Dreier, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- I Miss Frances Caldwell, Mrs. gowns of white satin with princess. 'the club to her home for the an- Sunday school building. AU circles -

I gray crepe street length dress ald Dreier and Don Dreier of Cur- 'Goodman, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. style bodices. The low, round I 1 nual Christmas party and Decem- will meet Tuesday evening, I .:g
Miss Ilene Strick- Dec. 13, at 7:30 o'clock in the Sun- .
complimented wilh black acces- tice, Ohio, and 'Holtzendorf Jr., Mrs. Cunningham,I necklines were highlighted wilt:I 1 ber meeting.

sories and she wore a white carna- land of Florahome. and Mrs. Prevatt assisted in serving ,imported _lace,_sequins, and pearls I Mrs. Ruth Simmons was appoint- day school rooms for a general ,
;
: after which Christmas ,
meeting
I the guests. Miss Gail Duke I The full skirts, With insets of I by the executive board to replace a I
F party will be held at the home of
and Miss Nancy Bates played soft j wide lace panels, swept into cathe- :Miss Pat Lambe as 1st Vice BARKSDALE'SGift

piano numbers during the party I dral trains. Their fingertip veils PresidentA Mrs. Guy Andrews. j I

Roberts Jewelry 'hours, 7:30: to 9 o'clock. 'of silk illusion were caught to the j''I discussion was held on the'' Miss Louise Stern gave an interesting I I

Approximately 200 guests were hair with bands of satin lace]1956 convention to be held in Flor- program with Mrs. Guy

invited to this delightful affair. I trimmed with sequins and seed ida and plans were made to'attend Andrews and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau

pearls. ,the Dec. 5th installation of taking part. I!

suggests a magnificentBOLOVA Executive BoardOfVMUToMeet The brides carried cascade arrangements I ers of the new Arlington offic'I'I During the social hour, Mrs. I Headquarters
&
of roses and stephan- Jacksonville. Mersereau, Miss Stern and Mrs.

otis, centered with white orchids. Plans were formulated for the I Andrews served refreshments. I *. FORTHEEntire

23"No i Their only ornaments were strands New Year's Eve dance which is to!!

The Executive Board of the First of pearls. beheld Dec. 31 in the USO build- 'Birthday Parties !

older watch with so many features! Baptist WMU will meet :Monday 'I'I Mrs. Shuford selected for the ing with Larry Gibson's orchestrato Lw Family

night at 7 o'clock at the church.All occasion a gOof steel blue Skin- furnish music. Tickets may be For Young Honoree !

officers are urged to be pres-ner's satin, complimented with a' obtained from any club members. I j'

ent at this meeting.The white pompom corsage. I The meeting adjourned and refreshments -' Little Wayne Blankenship celebrated -

.. .' business and program, meeting -] Mrs. Ferguson wore gray with were served by the his sixth birthday anniver- Suggestions Suggestions

/ # of the WMU will be held Tues' a rose pompom corsage. '!'hostess. sary Monday afternoon at his

l 0tticlt day at the church at 12 noon, for I Mrs. King was attired in blue I \home on Church street with a For Her For Him

S. \ a covered dish luncheon. and her flowers were white pom party for 12 of his little friends.

Annie Armstrong Circle will poms. Mrs. James DreierIs The youngsters enjoyed gamesin I Slippers 0 Suits

meet Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clockat Following the ceremony, Mr. Shower Honoree the yard where refreshmentswere Robes S Shirts '

C the church with Mrs. R. O.\and :Mrs. Shuford entertained at, also served. Favors were S Lingerie I Pants
J comical hats and
( Dansby and Mrs. J. B. Dick, host Mrs. James Drier, the former( gum. I Gowns STies I
Mrs. Blankenship assistedin
was
esses. \Rotary SupperAt Jimmie Cole, was honored at a'
I: serving and caring for her son's Housecoats Socks ...
The Brownlee Circle will meet lovely party Thursday eyening,
Officers Club guests by Mrs. Ira Harris and Miss Sweaters Slinoers) .1"
Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock in Nov. 17, at the home of :Mrs. Henry : ;

the church for a covered dish sup- Next Tuesday StefanellL Party hostesses were,Betty Sherwood. I S Costume Jewelry Robes :- rs.

per. Mrs. Stefanelli, Mrs. Robbie Shal-\ S Hose S ReUs -...,4.

: I : The Starke Rotary Club as1 1 ler,'Mrs. Joe Wallace, Mrs.: Ogden I Gerry Mooty celebrated her sixth Gloves -- 0 Sweaters tfi ,, :. "-

declared winner in a recent at-'Bates Mrs. Joe Gumber, Mrs.'birthday on Thursday afternoon \
Rehearsal Jh'q
gst\ Lii'S SupperAt tendance contest with the Green with a party in Miss Madge Mid- Wearing Apparel _.

Cole HomeMr. Cove Club and the contest will.Frank Meng, Mrs. Paul Meng, dleton's classroom for her 30 class-I Luggage Underwear

Mrs. Mike Gilhooly, Mrs. Owen mates.
be climaxed with a supper at the .
and Mrs. J. L. Cole entertained Camp Blanding Officers Club.Vaughn and Mrs. Margaret Dean.)i The youngsters enjoyed games -

S at a delightful buffet supper next Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock.:.I The Stefanelli home was attract- on the playground after which refreshments \:-
For The Children
Sl. their home in Pinehaven !| were served in the :
at This will be a Ladies Night: decorated for the occasion

subdivision last Friday evening event, with members of both club''lively arrangements of pink and[I'classroom'Christmas favors.and they received S Pajamas Robes S Sweaters

I following the wedding rehearsal of 1 bringing their wives or dates. (red roses. The linen-covered refreshment I
oOR their daughter Miss Jimmie Cole table was centered witha I Mrs. Mooty was assisted in serving S Suits I Dresses
Since Green Cove lost the con-
cMtcBULOVA and James Dreier, whose marriagewas refreshments by Miss Middle-
test they will have the responsibility -j a crystal punch bowl resting in a ton and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.
6t-k an event of Saturday morning. of presenting the afterdinner -bed of fern. Mrs. Shaller presided -

Attending the affair were mem-I at the punch bowL
program. Stork Shower Also Many Other Gifts
\ )) bers of the wedding party and out- The hostesses presented Mrs.

**** of-town guests. MethodistVSCS Drier with the platter of her For Mrs. JacksonMrs.
S ROBERTS JEWELRY chosen china pattern.Executive Too Numerous To Mention.

Circles of the Methodist WSCS Eddie Jackson was honorer -
I PTA Board NoticeThe
CRED1, will meet next week as follows: Board at a lovely stork shower last Them
142 Call St. Starke, Fla. Mrs. Lay Away Today;
Wednesday evening given by
/ executive board of the Elementary No.1, Tuesday. 10 a.m., with, \Voman's Club
Mrs. Smith Mrs. Robert Luke Jackson and :Mrs. Jimmie
Hogan ;
.
PTA will meet Thursday
'Leach, at the home of the latter.
fedetil Green co-hostess. I
Pnce includes tai ,
.
afternoon, Dec. 8, at 3:15 in the I J The executive board of the Appropriate games were played FREE GIFT WRAPPINGJmA.DFORD
facK end every IUIOVA Waterproof Watch U Certified Waterproof : No.2, Monday, 3 p.m.itb I will meet I
... cafetorium. All officers and com Starke Woman's Club ; during the evening and prizes were
> rafe W by the U. S.TESTING CO. after being Scientifically Tested tests Mrs. E. K. Perryman.
xceed government specification uurm(M fc >crr>ul to laud. mittee chairmen are asked to b SS. j No.3. Monday, 3 p.m., will:L ':: ____ _
c.iiaoi..4.O'Iy S Ss..W rst5 uyt1 tSSI ,' which refreshments were served. _
present. 5 Mrs. O. L. Haynes. 'o'clock in the club lounge. -



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F lDAY. DECEMBER :X, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PACE FIVE

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= 'I Mrs. Wesley Andrews Mrs T
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rrsrrs rnss rr S- rSr-- ,-
I p 4 I r- t : C Chastain, Mrs. P. S. Denmark

I Mrs. Mary E. Wynn Mrs. AntMoitt

I Mrs. Millie Fogg, Mrs. J

II T E F: Fhmvood Mrs. Dan Harley
I I
nae II :"rT : Mrs Ed Prevatt, and Mrs Chdnelson *-

I t den on were First in Christian Gainesville Church Tue>'

INTHE business.

E\\fS. I Mrs Ike Williamson has mon

I .1 I back into her house at 221 SouU

Mrs. B.. T- Thomas, Mrs. D. L. i :Mrs. Ben Rowland and daugh-1 I Ii $1 Thompson, street.

II Thomas }m. Mike Pickering, and 'ter, Kay. spent the ;L Airman 1-c Jerry Lawson u'

Mrs. I* N. Pickering joined their Apalachicola with Mr. and :Mrs. i Williams Air Force Base, Chanel

husbands at the Thomas camp Dwight :Marshall and family while I!I ler Ariz has reenlisted for foul

in the Scrub for Thanksgivingdinner Mr. Rowland was hunting in the years and 1 is now at the Foste

last Thursday. Lavern Out- Scrub. Air Base. Victoria, Texas.

I law D. L. Thomas, B. T. Thomas, Miss Lillian Stump spent Wed- (01. and Mrs. T. T. Long h.v':

Mike Pickering and L. N. Pickering nesday to Friday of last week' as weekend guests Miss Beck

were hunting in the scrub with her brother-in-law and sister, Lt l Barnes of Orlando, Miss Hildarent

last week. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffin in ..... Jackson of Baconton, Ga and
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Carroll Jr. of Jacksonville.
Griffin I Brvant
Your name in gold Free on any Ochlocknee Ga. Mrs.
week eoi. At left: Honor Guest Tom Long (center) is surrounded by friendsat .
Bible or Billfold $5 .or up at Bull- plans to spend the coming / And Mrs. Long Are HostsAt I the Dr. O L. Haynes Jr. arrives
refreshment
table.
to gton'a. with her family here. I! Judge and Mrs. Marion Henry

At right: Mrs. A. Y. Co\Ington (right) serves punch to a groupof today from Sheppard Air Forcea I nd Mr. and Mrs. Billy Henry

__?_ Officers Club Dance For SonThe young dancers. I Base Wichita Falls, Texas to take I of Tampa were :Monday guests of
his family back with him the
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W.
Officer's Club at Camp \er holders being placed at points middle! of next week. They will Kincaid.Mr. .
variegated shades and yellow the dancing couples on the floor. make their home there while he
THEATRESTARKE Blanding was the scene of a delightful of interests. The attractively and Mrs. C. L.
appointed enter of
\chrysanthemums in a modernistic Assisting Col. and :Mrs. Long in is in the Air Corps.
dance Thursday evening, refreshment table was I !!Norfolk, Va. have returned to
arrangement on the mantel in the caring for their guests were Mr.
Nov. 24, from 8 to 11:30 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb hava
when Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long enoverlaid with a green damask cloth lounge was a point of interest. and :Mrs. T. H. Slade, Dr. and Mrs. :moved into the McKinney rental their residence there followinga
Refreshments were served A. Y. Covington, and Mr. and Mrs. 1 I two weeks \'isitith MrsSenter's
Dedicated To Community Service tertained around 150 guests for and was centered with a pumpkintheir house on MacMahon street.
brother-in-law and sister -
throughout the evening from the Tyler Jones. !
"H vlee Aw Better Than Le: son Tom Long. flanked on either side by a cornucopia Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelliand .I Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. GriffinMr.
well appointed table and the guests
The Thanksgiving motif pravail- from which spilled fruits, I Out of town guests were Miss baby of Pensacola are visit-

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre: Ad ed in the party decorations and vegetables interspersed with were given souvenir hats to wear Becky Barnes and Kem Bennett of ing their parents, :Mr. and Mrs. I. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of
while the terrace and Starke, Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
: dancing on Wynn
cot ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS throughout the club house with chrysanthemums and pods of I Orlando, :Miss Hildarence Jackson Russell Norman of Bayless High I
in the lounge. Also during theof!; Baconton, Ga., Bryant Carroll I I,t of Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs
r pumpkins, fruits, and chrysanthemums grapes. Low candle holders with : I way, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sat., Dec. 3 ONLY Sun. Mon., and Tues. in artistic arrangements yellow lighted tapers balanced the latter part of the evening, balloons i Jr. of Jacksonville, and Mike I Stefanelli.Mr. I I W. A. Scott and Mr. and Mrs

DOUBLE FEATURE Dec. 4, 5. 6 and lighted yellow candles in arrangement.. Autumn leaves in I|were blown from the balcony to Adams of Atlanta, Ga. I and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. ,.I E.enjoyed L. Johns Thanksgiving, all of Gainesville dinner together -

I THERE NEVER I It Mr. and Mrs. William S. Saunders Airman 1-c Tom Harding is Mrs. Florence Willey of Nep- Mrs. J. R. Kelly and daughter, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace at Keystone Heights
,WAS A PICTURE: LIKE Faulk and children of Jacksonville
and children will arrive home home on 30 days leave from tune Beach was the guest last Kathryn, and :Mrs. Richard Carter i I
and :Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
RED YEWTET SWING this weekend after being quartered -I Wheelus Field, Tripoli, Libya I week Of Mr. and Mrs. Cula Coran were business visitors in Jack-
I Spencer of Orlando were Thanksgiving -
at the Braze-Norton Air Force North Africa. I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy had sonville last Friday.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,
'QUAUCM COLOR VT Base, London, England for the Kaspar Duncan returned home I as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. L. :Mrs. George McDaniel of Tal- Maxie Carter Jr. at Kingsley

DELUXESTEVE past three years :Mr. Saunders re- Wednesday after a several weeks I W. Barry and sons, and :Mrs. O.:I lahassee is spending this week Lake. I

STEREOPHONIC SOUND ceived his discharge in New York visit in Atlanta, Ga. W. Barry of Brooker, Mr. and with her sister, Mrs. Ben Row-,
I 1 I Dr. Mrs. W. Middleton,,
upon landing in the states. The Mr. Mrs. Everett Giddens and Mr. an*} land and family. and E. .,.. -
and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and 1
Plus "When Magod Flex\ Cartoon young couple will reside for the Mrs. J. R. Crews and Mr. and I E. L. visited Miss Madge Middleton, and Mr.
Matthews his mother
family of Jacksonville spent the ;
) And Latest World News time being at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Bill Hendrix of Jacksonville. I and Mrs. E. L. Matthews had as
Mrs. E.
r long Thanksgiving holiday with S. Matthews, at the
Mr. and Mrs.
Thanksgiving guests i
Saunder's Mr. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crews and
parents and
home of brother-in-law
and
I the L. S. Hutto family. his
SIMMONS A. H. Henry. Friends of Mr. Lula of Alachua! and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton of Melbourne
sister, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc-
AtefiM, .I Henry will be happy to learn Mrs. Lucille; Davis of Starke |Jimmie Crosby and son of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr. and

rw1wi exciting epic of """e.1 Thurs.. and Fri.theW : that he will be able to be: up and and her son-in-law and daughter I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and I Lendon Friends, in Mrs.Orlando Matthews last weekend. family of Jacksonville and Mr
of will be
Dec. 7, 8, 9 around in Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. I Carl Roberts Jr. Thanksgiving I and Mrs. Claude Crowson of
after
) again a few days I and children of Gainesville spent glad to know that she is showing
I suffering a heart attack several spent with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Starke.
weeks the Thanksgiving holidays with Roberts in Daytona Beach. I some improvement after being Mr. and :Mrs. Gene P. Lee and
ago. I in an Orlando hospital for several L I.
Mrs. Davis' other
son-in-law and
have moved into their new
ALAN LAce I Glen Duke who is working in I Drew Groover, 8, who suffered'
4 daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard home in Pine Haven subdivision. -
ARTHUR Lauderdale 'I days.Mrs. '
Fort was home with I ia broken foot while jumping on : .-
I|I F. Smith Jr. Virginia McGuire and Miss '
VAN HEFUN and son at De- Mrs. Myra Goodge is occupying '

his 'for '
family Thanksgiving and j I the bed several weeks ago,, iII I
-And- I'I l Funiak Springs. Enroute home Jean Dixon Of Orlando, and Mr. j the Lex Green rental house on:
tt.e weekend. I
long Mrs. Duke back in school and will be on
: .'they i II and Mrs. Joe Braden Jackson
spent of
Saturday night with I Clark street.
I who has been confined to her crutches for three weeks more. Al' fTh 1'Hcuee
Mr. and Mrs. Don and yule were Thanksgiving guests 1
home for the two with I II I Dicky Mrs. Connie Clark is assistin ARt LAGR'MA.t.LS1
past weeks ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. '
$ I flu, was able to report back to I Mrs. Albert Freeman in Tallahassee and Mrs. McGriff Jr. attendedthe 'of Mrs. McGuire's parents, Mr.and I in the City Clerk's office during -..- 9J999__ .
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her duties in the Sheriff's office Sunday night :Mrs. Lucille General Electric Mrs. Errol Alvarez, and fam the illness Of Mrs. Ed Tenly.

on Monday. I j Davis was the guest of Mr. and Appliance I' ily. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. :Martin and STU-
( 1 meeting in Jacksonville Tuesday.W. r!>e the BULL1XGTON
Jack Miller was home last week j Mrs. Douglas Plowden in Gaines- Allen Johns returned home last: i daughter June, of Fort McCoy
II I AND GIFT SHOP as
DIO your
E. and
Green Robert Seimerare
T with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. jville.I Friday from Jacksonville wherehe ( j were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. and
J. I George Miller, from the Marion I :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, :Mrs. J. in Anderson, Ind. for two had been a patient in St. Vin I!Jessie Young. gtft-bujing headquarters

m-t SUN M1QIAH. i Military Institute Marion Ala. E. Futch and Mr. and Mrs. Jim weeks attending the Delco Remy*, cent's hospital for the past week: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dick and you'U have that !shopping done
&O1ENN1Eimouo Chasteen chool for the National Guard. after children K'ncaidt in nothing flat. We have gifts
Mrs. F. F. Stump returned home and children spent undergoing surgery. have rented the

j Wednesday of last week after I Thanksgiving day with Mr. and' Judge E. K. Ferryman spent i Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Parrott t anartment at 326 N. Walnut for everyone YOUNG and

INTERSr; Mrs. Saturday and Sunday in Miami i iiand have I)on't delay get
GASSMAN spending two weeks with her son- J. R. Chasteen Sr. on Hall I I family moved to Cross street. OLD alike.
I where he attended the U. of F. i We
vsJ
Lake. I 11 City. shopping done, today.
1 lIIi ; in-law:: and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I I jqur
I APONIUELAWEKIUS: -.. .... William H. Thomson in Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair t Miami football game. He was the, Mrs. B. T. Thomas and daughter also have a complete line of
t a--'- J i I guest of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Eloise, in O'Brien .
PUT I/USIWI'--'' ; Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gainesville and daughter, Evelyn spent the were on NEW SHIPMENT Hallmark greeting cards.

l) --JIo---- (.9 1 Is spending thiq week with weekend in Orlando. I C. F. Sayles while there. Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Two-Year Wax Wrapped

d': her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Charley Johns, Mrs. O. L. Arch Thomas Jr. and Comer,L. J. Cannon. ROSE BUSHES

Plus "Smarty Cat" Cartoon and _ and I.Perryman were in Key West Sat I Mrs. Adelaide Hutto has moved
I and Mrs. Seeber Goodman. Beasley, Mrs. Pete Felos attended Teas Climbers
Polyanthas
Chap. No. 5 Serial Plus "Dear Old Switzerland" Ca- Miss Marguerite: Clark of Mia-I the stork shower honoring. urday and Sunday where they: .1 from the Avery house on N. ,

toon and "Sea Sports of Tah L" with attended the American LegionPost Walnut street to the Tuck 49c each
mia Dent the long weekend ijMrs. A. A. Kartsonis in Jacksonville STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP
MRS. L. G. POWELL Special ''hr parents.) Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wednesday evening, given I\ Commanders meeting Saturday residence on South street. All Colors

_. .. -' '- _91 I iclark. Mrs. M. night. I Mrs. Eunice Box and childrer .
by E.
'. : -' ____' __ __ z __ .. Brinson and Mrs. I.I CLEMENS NURSERY
I
.. J. G. Air.! and Mrs. Mike Pickering of f: snAnt the long weekend witl:I I
Diffenbaugh.
'
GauiesvLle spent the weekend'with friends and relatives in Planl t t Hiway 100 at Hillcrest, Fla. I
"- Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Geiger of I' their parents Mr. and Mrs.R. :.j City and Lutz.BULLDOZING. 1
Green Cove Springs were Thanks-
B. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs.L. ,
J'ivinguests:( of Mr. and Mrs. J.
REPEATED BY SPECIAL DEMAND N. Pickering.Cecil -- FILL

I I D.Mr.Doyle.and Mrs. Eustis :McKnight the U. of Hamilton F. football, a member team was of DIRT LAND CLEARING Sell It Rent It Trade

r daughter. Dolores, and son, David a dinner guest of :Miss Kathryn I Oyster Shell Peat Humus _

I and E. L. Langston spent from Kelly Sunday evening at the home I jI Bldg. Sand Pacing Driveways I

Thursday to Sunday in Manning,'I of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Ml A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

''S. C. visiting friends and relatives. R. Kelly. J.\\ OVID LEWIS .-

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawick and Mrs. Charles Fields and '
\\. Madion St. StarkePH. _
)' wahdJiti L family.;. spent the long weekend i Wayne, of Jacksonville spent the I S56-W I' Low Rates Good Results E'asy To Place ___

F &_1 ;I Mr. Trawick's mother in I j jMr. holiday weekend with her parents to WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . 6XK. _

:$ :j Tphass'e. < Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White, I|
and Mrs. Joe Arnold and I ;Sr. They were joined on Sunday I(WANTED-Good Cotton Kags. Tele- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Zc _
graph. CASH WAITING.
:dohter Jackie: spent from I by her husband. 1)11, '01':.NT OP IS PER CENT O.V TWO OR MORE INSERTION'S -

TnHav to Sunday in Miami asa1Q Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned MAN OR WOMAN-To take over :%<<< .\uunwFOIl MM) ADS OR \USOT! PAID 1% ADVANCE: _
route of established
customers in -
I +, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank home Monday after a month's > Starke. Weekly profits of $ O.OO

ph'p5 visit with Dr. and Mrs. B. A. or more at start possible. No car FOR RENT-Furnished four room WANTED TO BUY-Used Girls sidewalk
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"I'- ...... rlYcv' T....u.q .."", I or other investment necessary. house. I acre garden plot. Elec- bicycle in good condition
Will
I "qm Pope, Jr. and family in Norfolk, help you get started. WriteC tric range circulating heater. Ac- Dorothy Waters
phone 256-J.
E'r" "' h4vr ... It. Huble, Dept.5.. The J. R.
Rt n..lti.1"1.
New Modern Va. Her sister, Mrs. John Love Watkins Company, Memphis 2, Stars cess to and Lake.Stripes.$25 Kingsley per month.Lake. _ _ _ Itchg_ _
Shipment -- Miss Vida Dekle of Lake Butler
.- Wilkes after Tennessee.
returned Wednesday Up ltp :MONEY T(3 INVEST In desirable
I was' visitingMr.. and Mrs. C. G.I I spending the month visiting :FOR SALE-Eiatk Walnut Trees I' Real Estate of any kind In any
n..hdalp FOR RENT Warehouse location; especially
or appealing to
on Sunday. Mr. one year c.J. John Christiansen, garageon
her son-in-law and daughter,
301 in Starke. $10 out-of-state investor. None
374 N per month. con
Mr
6 Piece Sofa Bed Group npClii1to.:; Fnridsy of last week j!I and friends and relatives in Jack FOR boat SALE with!-16'live Plywood well. fishing I Gainesville, Fla. 2tchg 12/2 tion (Including) in first price letter., location WRITE, description -
"r't. '! Wizzard
fand Mrs. H. E. Priest:,sonville.i Super Twin outboard motor, both CARPENTER WORK Remodel- to K. Cass, 218 N. 13th St. Mns-
In Lawtey. I like new. Both for ing. Cement Blocks, kogee, Okla. :lIp 1I %/'
$200. Mrs. Roofing and
.
1 Platform Rocker 1 Sofa BedS i I M's Errol Alvarez and Mrs. Anna ,
siding.
Cement
M*. and Mrs. Red Campbell, Rt. .I, Box 69-A, work. Chas. A.
/ Alvarez
> and Virginia McGuire spent the week- Callahan. Kla. 2tp 12/9 Sorrel! c/o Telegraph. tfcbg

1 0 2 End Tables fmiiv vpre at their camp in the:i' end in Jacksonville with Mr. and ;LOST-Tan colored I LOW
Lamp = I gyp. short piece COST
!S-iih: f" !
Tn Tuesday to Sunday of i,3*_ Toe Braden and Miss Myrtle i I j.I of chain around neck, man shy. SARATOGA HEIGHTS 4
la k.TT I! Please notify
we Floyd
Wiggins.
S ,. Reddish. || Brooker. Fin.WANTEDiood. UNIT No.2 Liability Insurance
1 Cocktail Table Itp
Similar to Picture Below ] '"' TIK'CP
( ) vite '
I I1 II I enent. Tuesday!j i T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richard- .
to TreAv ..rother-i't-I Cotton Rags. Tele- Three bed room
with
her masonry home
|cnn (If valdosta. Ga. Mrs. B. R Contact Us
,
graph. CASH .
iom ,, ., I WAITING.' flow BBdrr ro. trortloB In 1 Concerning the
??* ; tp.. ]>Tr. I
and Mrs. E'I i c'dnn and Starkf newmt
,, Daughter of Inverness. I uddltUn. Price NEW INSURANCE LAW
'I;' Tlp.2l. ; te veterans 100.00
fl r.pro. Ga. FOR StLE with appli.
;Miss Rita Carswell and sister.
: Acre it Farm 5 miles pnrrhnnc $50.00 la
,
from
cp. "nii c.q T, T). V''n'n snent,i i G'o, Waycross and :Mr. and Starke, 5 Room Rouse. with bath, thirty day and $235.00 at ela.lag. No Membership Fees
th.. 1"T ,......1rPTlii in Au '; '" sr.. ",n M". ,I nut trees. Very reasonably with application to purchase BEST RATES IN TOWN
'I" f\nn .T i""r. I jnnd' a Bach were guests dunnf priced with good terms. and as low as S500.00 at closing:
,r. "-, 3frq. R t"!. TToltzndorfMrq Buy now and select the interior
Ic._ ..t".M .. the Thanksgivjng% weekend of Mr. ,, STROUT REALTY colors and tile for bath and kit- I 6 Months Policies
"n" j. AIn I and Mr. M. W. Lance. ': Johnie Hansen, RepresentativeStarke chen. See the plans keep them
'"'It.." ".. ..hnrtren I' mermen pad make selection. I
:1
nfl Greenville, Get Him t>ne of the hew 7on- Fla. If you want to your own a Doyle E. CONNER
"'d"v. on F'ertrlc Shivers only 812.45!' .- 'iome it will I
I I Ic 1'. O. BOI 307 pay you to imesti- ,
fq v.ajna Demnsey!'; and and your ,old shaver at Bulling- Ph. Waldo HO-8-2371 rate thi'i.FLORIDA. INSURANCE AGENCY

1.P1 MTM-pd AVTPS of Gainesville)ton's.
I were weekend ruests of Mr. and; 2& PAID ON SAVINGS: KEY REALTY CO. 1 I Ph. 285 136 W. Call
STONE STATE BANK KEY Of StarkeReal
Mrs. B. C.: Holtzendorf Jr. STONE !*EIGHTS FLA., MEM.
Thankseivm? day guests of Mr Noted Medic Praises BER FDIC. ; Estate Broker FOR SALE-New 8 x I z 1$ Con
\1 355 Tenple Ave. \ crete block. 19c. Cement ll.SO
TtleahoBC 883
\ and Mrs. Charlie Cowen were Mr.: Chiropractic BenefitsDr. Starke Florida per bag. Mortar Mix $1.30 per

I and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr., M. L. BILL SOTO ug.phone o.adford 94.: Starke.Engineering Co.

I Johns Sr. of Lake Butler, and Mr.: Herman Rubin fellow of SIGN SHOPOne WASTED PECA48 t ttI

and Mrs. Wayne Douglas of Jack. the American Association of the No Quantity too large or too email .
son\1 e. Advancement of Science commenting Mile Soutk Cash market prices. See us be- ,.RADIOS REPAIRED

I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and on the Doctors who On Keystone Highway Brownlee.for selling.Phone Dillar 181.Keene 12tp, 117 U/II W: .tea.le All Make C'1ia'SH- AD-H ga.rt'r4.4el.

son. M'cky. spent the long week treat mental and nervous disorders Phone .I CUAS.. SHEPHERD
178LAll
J r 02 W. .
I W : end with relatives in Ozark Ala had this to say "It rail 8i. 'a k Pk. 993

/ ,Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall and never occurs to them that the Types Signs WANTED-Experienced legal aecre
_
t B'llv Danqbv headaches, stomach trouble I tary four afternoons _per week.
,
of Starke
and
REG. PRICE $173-75 M-'ss!' IJox 84%. Starke. ltellS
Linda Phiver of Jacksonville neuritis or nervous irritabilitythey W A..TED-A tnt in Starke or
walking distance, I
must be RUBBER
readon- STAMPS
8nPnt Th nVseiving day fishing attempt to cure may be able. Please state Price and de daters, numbererg.made notary to order seals

SAVE 34.00 at ('"s''" 'Jl''V'l.fl' due to nothing more or less tails.Co. Telegraph.Write Box Starke.823-B Bradford lip ., facsimile Telegraph.stamps. Bradford County,t

} .
"nd than displaced vertabrae
Urq. c'vrfe a
FOR
Colson and SALE-By Owner-Tw., !i.i nI
l"npfT",,W 0, StsrVp and which any competent Chiropractor FOR SALE-Boys 20 inch bicycle. I' Blanding Highway, also ..,.

$ Mf"* Mr,. F. W. Jenk'ns of can restore to normal in ten Like new $20.00. Call 335-J. ftp PHONE 414-J I W.properties Madison.on said highway up 41

Use Our SALE PRICE 139sBudget I G'-v'L" ,..p.... n"dtv: rt"r; seconds. j I LOST-Small long haired black and
0110qq M Mr white bob tailed dog, one year FOR RENT-Fnrnlehed house, ftctrlc !
and Mrs. T. P. Cot PHONE 108 old. Vicinity of Lawtey or Blue READY NOW for that special din I refrigerator gas store ti
Plan so ,. I I Chip Drive-ln, Sat. night, Oct. 26. ner Young Double-Breasted hsth.Martin's_ Fruit Shop. Itch,
I Mi' ,-A .. Answers name "Shorty". Edwin Grade A Turkeys. Phone MU-4.
"'" FOR
'I T 1\f..A BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Starling, Box RENT-Two bedroom nnfnr
II'A 111 Lawtey. lip 4221, Opal's Turkey Farm Flora-
I.. n:.._ ; nished house on Thomas St. Cal
FAMOUS BRANDSSjmmonseatityRetMattreSeSGIreXel t'" ""' ''n1r..ai.. .,.r I I home, Fla. tf 89.
I,1 I FOR SALE-One Itchg
.. ., two-burner Flor-
Thayer nixie S Serta S Hoover o nAAte f.. "I4 1fT'S ence Oil Heater. Good Condition .
.._ .. I % 110.00. A..TED-IOO.OOO or more WANTED-Good Cotton
-.n" i' {" :tvAmC'n' Phone %10. ftp green L Rags. Tele.rriIInh. -
.
I" CLINIC I' pine sapling posts T long 3" to 5" In CASH w AITI G.
those FOR RENT-Two bedroom diameter
k41"ng a deer newly outside
Located 3 blocks north of the measurementswith FOR SALE-Electric
decorated bathroom
in t"e Scrub the past week I Private unfurnished duplex. bark on; and 20,000 to 30.000 i heaters, new, never nncrated.
Post Office entrance and nice yard. 7% long, same ,.diameter to be
DENMARKPURNITURE COMPANYI !|w"-e M1" i>.."Mi of Jacksonville I 304 S Water St. Itchg loaded on railroad cars at )! Cheap. Also electric shallow
any
1!
I p......... WH'ams, Tommy Lady Assistant ConsultationFree 'FOR SALE-Quaker Circulating Oil I f point to 3500 on to Seaboard the car and Railroad are to 3000'be water S ..."....pump.:N. Starke.Apply on Floral iOI. itp Motel.11/a

Phone 151 Gill anA RH .A'vrez of Starke Heater. Nearly new. $40. Starke purchased f.o.b. loading point.
43-1. W. Call FOUND
St. Parrakkeet
I Builders Supply. Wednesday
I__ Fla. Itchg from two to three cars a week.
L. J. F'tpnf Graham and Roy I Starke Interested parties t I afternoon, west side of town
contact. Florida Owner
I IRoark have
I may by Identifying-
3 A.\'TED--Gond Cotton
: of Hampton. I Rags. Tele- Fence Post Company. Inc..
graph. CASH WAITING. and paying for this ad. See Mr, "?.
Wauchula.
Florida. itchg 1/%i Crowson at Telegraph.I .



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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2.. 1955
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1"111'" Orlando. I. Florida Film Based On Sensational Trial ,.- ..,..", .", -

CoL and Mrs. Ralph Stevens i .....""'. ,-
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS and Mr., and Mrs. George Warner, iI I
I
: who are living at the Geneva

Beach Apts. this winter, have
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone,4127St.
just returned from a tour of I
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South Florida. They enjoyed their :::::::: i
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trip, but said they were glad to ==
Church children served refresh- J
Anne's Episcopal McKay ,
i get back to Keystone'Heights, and
was the scene of a lovely chris- ments. they settle here permanently.Mrs. .]I
tening ceremony last Saturday Mr. and :Mrs. B. J. McQuaig of may
William A. Woodard arrived -
afternoon at 4 o'clock, when the Johnson were Thanksgiving din- 6
in Keystone this week for
infant daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I I
a visit with her friends, Mrs.
Lawrence LaMee was christened Ridaught and family. Mrs. Mc- a
David Nelson. Mrs. Nelson and
Margaret Edna, in the presence of Quaig is :Mr. Ridaught's mother.I in k Y
Woodard friends
Mrs. were
the family and friends of the Another dinner guest of the Rid-
Japan, where they were stationed I I
family. aught family was Richard Bar
As is the custom in the Epis- ton of Eglin Field. Richard, whois I at the same time. Mrs. Woodard, Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat Dec 3
who has just come from Japan,
copal Church, there were two. the son of :Mr. and Mrs. Earl will speak at a meeting of the Joan Collins (center) as Evelyn :Sew :Nesbit Thaw In "The Girl
Godmothers and one Godfather, Hayner, of Lake Geneva, is the
Community Church Women, Dec. in the Red Velvet Swing" is surrounded by reporters during sensationaltrial
the infant girl fiance Jo Ann Ridaught.
cnce was a of

they were :Mr. and Mrs. J. Law-' Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wigginswere 6.Miss Anna McCullough has beenon of Harry Thaw for the murder of Stanford White. The film opens i Talk Of The TownVALUES

ton Sanders of Eastman, Ga., Thanksgiving guests of 1 Sunday at the Florida Theatre.
the sick list, but is feeling
and Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes. their son-in-law and daughter Lt. -- ---
better each day. I ....... 1 r-
Davis' mother, while Mrs. Orr .vr..nv..y..n
Following the service, there wasa and Mrs. Allen Headley, of Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. John Karges is Rev. Davis' mother. Also at
buffet supper at the LaMee's sonville. The Headleys who form-
home on Lake Brooklyn. erly lived in Rochester N. Y., are spent Thanksgiving weekend in the Davis home on Thanksgivingwere HAMPTON[
Mandarin, as guests of Mr. and
Rev. Davis' two cousins,
M-SgU and Mrs. H. W. Ander- living in Jacksonville since Lt.

on and three children of Tampa,I Headley was transferred to Ce- Mrs.and Mrs.Norman Karges Poston., who Mrs.are cousins Poston,i]Tom and Pope Jones, of Newt By Mrs. D. E. Hill !

and Mr. and Mrs. E. John Nelson cil Field. Mrs. Headley was the !!
in Jacksonville, while nan.Mr.
and two children of Jacksonville former Ann Wiggins.Mr. .their shopped husbands enjoyed fishing. and Mrs. Harry Strauss .A&&&&&&&&&&&& & &AAAAAA

were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gay LivingstonJr. and Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Strauss of Shower Honoring:
Mrs. Libby Campbell has had
.
..
.
.
and Mrs. George demons and and son were Thanksgiving Miami were Thanksgiving guestsof Miss Louise Adkins -
her mother, Mrs.. Carrie Roberts,
eons of Hillcrest. Mrs. Anderson, guests of Mr. Livingston's moth. Russellville, S. C. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle. Miss Louise Adkins of Jack-
:Mrs. Nelson, and Mrs. Clemons er, in :Mandarin. The former are Mrs. Whittle's
sisters. Miss Emmie of her for several weeks. Last week sonville, daughter of Mr. and, Maxwell House (Limit One With Order)
are Livingston parents.Mr.
Mrs. Campbell's brother and wife, J. G. Adkins of Hampton, was )
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawton Sandersof Mandarin, an aunt of Gay Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bobbitt, and : and Mrs. Elmer Livingstonand honored with a bridal shower by I
Eastman, Ga. were Thanksgiving Jr., Is seriously ill In a family had a wonderful time
the
three children of Langley Field, ladies of Hampton Christian !
guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Lawr- St Augustine hospitalMr. last week along the east
fishing
I Va., were also visitors in Key- Church, Tuesday evening, Nova I
ence LaMee. i and Mrs. Emory H. Cooper Florida.
stone. The Bobbitts and Mrs. and west coasts of They 22. I
Ginger McKay was 11 years old .of Lake Geneva attended a family had their "Thanksgiving Dinner"on
Roberts left for home Friday Approximately 20 attended
guests -
recently, and invited some of her I gathering Thanksgiving Day at morning, after a happy Thanks- Sunday evening, when they the shower at Hampton Coffee79cCan
friends to celebrate with her. the home of Mrs. Cooper's sister, returned home, and their guests
giving, with all the family to- City Hall, where fall flowers were
There were games and contests of Mrs. J. R. Addison, in Jackson- were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jordanof
gether. used for decorations. Following
skill, and Mrs. McKay, and Mrs. Jacksonville Beach.
ville.Mr. Jr. home and opening gifts,
Alfred Watson was games punch
Baker, the grandmother of the and Mrs. Earl Fitch from The many friends of Dewey I
from Emory University at Ox- and cake were served. Mrs. G. P.
Windon, Vt visited in Keystone Willis will be happy to know that
Wadsworth and Mrs. Willard
ford, Ga. for the Thanksgiving
Heights enroute to Deland last he is recovering from an opera-I
holidays. He left on Sunday morn- Jones received game prizes.
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Wednesday. They stayed overnightwith '
tion which he underwent last -- -
the J. H. Baxter's.The ing to resume his studies.Mr. Wednesday in Alachua General :Miss Adkins is the brideelectof i--. .__ ___ < ._ _- ._- __ _- _--_'__-.-'_-' _''-__-__- _".-_.''_-_-_- -....:c.-.V.
and Mrs. Huntley Red- Joel R. Smith of Jacksonville.The .
following Keystoners at- Hospital.HEILBRONN.
I their neice, will be afternoon
fearn and sons, and wedding Sunday :
Social
tended the Trail Ridge
Aggie Watson, went to Miamifor Dec 4, at 4:30 p.m. at I
Club Thanksgiving Dance at the Thanksgiving. The Redfearns rm YYYTTYYYTYYTTYYYYYTY the First Christian Church in Pure Shortening (Limit One With Order)
Enlisted Men's Club at Camp I
attended the Miami U. Homecoming Hampton.Mr. .
Blanding: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Can- _
visited her cous- I
while Aggie
,f" '1. non, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dean, and Mrs. Howard Jones of
While in Miami, I
Charles.
Ii" Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle, Mr.: in, Kay Cocoa visited in Hampton duringthe
.fiJ., Aggie planned to call on Mary IJy Mrs.; Anrel Noriuun
and Mrs. Henry Hall, Mr. and : Thanksgiving weekend with I Ibis
...,f-.:,"' Mrs. Joseph Pawlikowski, Mr. and Ann Morgan, who is a student at i .AAA parents, Rev. and Mrs. Wil

Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr, Mr. and the Academy of the Assumptionthere. lard M. Jones. 59C3L6
held its
The New River Assn.
Mrs. Bill Siprelle :Mr. and :Mrs.R. Mr. and Mrs. James Broome I
was the first Hymn sing with the Heil- Can
N. Sunderland, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Tracy
i Thanksgiving bronn Baptist Church. Sunday and family Of Orlando visited for
I Kenneth Platt, Mr. and Mrs. John guest of honor on Miss afternoon, with over 100 attend- the weekend in Hampton with
Detweiler, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Day at. a dinner given by
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON home on ing. Miss Sylvia Paulk sang two Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson, Mr.
Tillis at her
Schuch, Jean Feraci, Earl Klien- Gladys
and :Mrs. Frank Williams and
,
of
about
this question Tracy's solos and Mrs. C. B. Stallings I
Lake Geneva. It was Mrs.
.
Mr.
felter, and former Keystoners
Brooker and Mrs. Sunshine Williams Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock and
and Mrs. Tom of Lawtey. birthday, and she received many .
Three Carey '
years without my driv to lovely gifts. sang a duet. their families.Mr. I : _, -n ,.. _.'_ __ _, .-.:..: '. ._ :- __ :_'4 fii ':__ -:: ;.:
Schaeffer has -
er's license George gone and Mrs. R. C. and I
or auto license and Mrs. Frank Merrill, Bill Green returned to the hos- Gray
Ann Arbor, Mich. to see his Mr.
plates that's unthinkable! father who isv in a hospital there. of Jacksonville were re<.ent-dinner pital in Tampa Monday after daughters of Jacksonville were Detergent

Could this happen, to me under The elder Mr. Schaeffer under- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,.his spending tie. holidays here with Mr.supper and guests Mrs. Marvin Friday Faile.I night of ',

the new Florida Financial went a serious operation on Tues Walrath Jr. family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Madison Lee and I,
and Mrs. T. N. Norman

Responsibility Law if I fail I|day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Tilghmanand Mr.and and son Mrs.of W.Avon M.Park Hetherington were- and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin visited in Waycross, | Lge. TIDE Pkg25C

to have at least $10, OO-' five children of Palatka were 'Thanksgiving weekend guests ol I:Eldon Sapp and sons, Rudolph and I Ga. for the Thanksgiving holidays. ;

daughterinlaw .Joe spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Visiting last week with the I
20,000 Auto Bodily Injury and Thanksgiving Day guests of the their other son and a
;and Mrs. Homer Stearns in Tav- .A. M. Bryant family was their
Mrs. Jim Hetherington i
Fred Dodd's. Mrs. Tilghman is Mr. and
$5000 in-
Property Damage The Avon Park :ares. The Sapps went on for the daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Nolan and I I
Keystone.
Mrs. Dood's sister. Also visitingthe Of
surance? Dodd's for Thanksgiving were Hetheringtons were on hand for :rest of the week to visit relatives I children of Live'Oak.. Hershey's Fac PakSUGAR

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Marwick of the christening of their latest :in Orange City and Enterprise. Hampton PTA will meet Tues-

Charley E. JohiisP& Ocala, who are Mrs. Dodd's par grandchild, William Lee Hether- Leroy Norman Sr., Leroy Nor- day, Dec. 6, at 3:15 p.m. in the I
Sunday at the Com- man Jr. and Jack and Ben Hall school auditorium. All parents
ents. Another sister, Mrs. Wes- ington, on j
ley Knadle, and her husband and munity Church. i spent last week deer hunting. are invited to be present. 5 LbPkg 39'Hickory

Son Agency four children from Jacksonvillealso Mrs. Don D. Kinnett of Macon, Miss Estelle Green of Jacksonville Christmas vacation for Hampton -1
sPent the weekend with her
: Elementary School will extend -
guests of the Dodds that day. Ga. and Mrs. J. R. Orr of New-
:family. from December 16 to Jan-
13 Starke Fla.AlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Completing the party, were a man, Ga. were Thanksgiving
Carl Rosier of Ocala spent the 2.Mrs. .
niece and nephew of Mrs. Dodd, guests of Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm uary
Shirley and Xenothan Swanson of I Cole Davis. Mrs. Kinnett is Mrs. weekend here with relatives. I Bynum Perkins had as
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns and guests during the Thanksgiving; Sweet SlicedBacou

family of Jacksonville visited Mr.I holidays Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Starr

and Mrs. E. C. Johns last Sunday. and son of Gainesville.Mrs. .

Nathan Green is on the sick, P. L. Morris Jr. and Mr.

Ladies 4= list this week. .and Mrs. J. W. Priester of Mac-

f Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns clenny visited Sunday afternoon

p. and family of Jacksonville spent with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ad-

c ) Sweaters Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and kin!; in Hamt>ton. 39C

[ Mrs. E. C. Johns.Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins

Of All I Types guests of the An- visited in Macclenny for Thanks-

cel Normans were their children, giving.rvv..v..v.vvvnv..v.v..

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Norman

and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White ..

We Are Simply Overloaded And and children of Starke.

Miss Sandra Carmichael spent HIGHLAND I j

part of last week in Jacksonvillewith jI

MUST her brother-in-law and sister I
SELL AT ANY PRICE
; lly Sirs.: Lacy Norman
Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach. I

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Heath of .AAAAAAAA&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
I Rib End Pork Loin
ORLONS Ft. Lauderdale weekend
were
NYLONS WOOLS I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof
quests of the Felix and Eldon I I
Jacksonville spent the weekend -
% 9 f I Is Sapp families. here with the L. M. Normans. I C
Gene demons is home leave
on
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and
Men's Quilted from his base in Charleston, S. C. I
t daughter spent last weekend
\ 2.98 -. Now 2.68 Plans are well under way for visiting in South Carolina.Mr. .

S the Christmas program to begiven and Mrs. Dick Starlingand RO 3S
1K Lined Jackets 3.98 -. Now 2.88 at the Baptist Church Fri- daughter: of Heilbronn visited i St.Lb

Dec. 23.
4.98 -- Now 3.88 day night here Sunday.Joe .

7.95 .. Now 6.88 5.95 -- Now 4.88 ........................ Kirkland Howard Of Jacksonville Marr and visited David

Z ,:z 8.95 Now 7.88 8.95 .. Now 7.88 Ruth Marr Sunday afternoon.
PINE LEVEL
Lacey Norman was lucky to

a Short Sleeve and kill an eight-point deer on the .' "
1 9.95 Now 8.88 Sleeve, Cardigans Long and lij' :\1 f11.! II.1.. "ll'Itae second day of the season in Clay :' -. .. -. :__ it--'. -. .>t.----- --_ "! .-.. __= _;;' j'

E Sizes 36 to 44 SlipoversMEN'S .AAAAA&& &&&& &&&&&&&..A County. Neck Bones, Pig Tails
Thanksgiving Day was observedat

:Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner the church with an old- Lb

and children of Miami spent fashioned basket dinner. The PIG FEET 1 Oc"EatRite"

16.95 Values .I Thanksgiving with Mr. and :Mrs. pastor, Rev. E. C. Harvey, broughtan ", :

R. M. Crosby.Mr. interesting Thanksgiving mes-

NOW and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, and

Leatherette Mrs. Thelma Conner and daughter sage.Happy birthday to Letha Bell Fresh GroundHAMBURGER _

WHITE spent Thanksgiving *with Mr. and Prevatt on Nov. 27. '

.99 :Mrs. B. M. Thomas at Brooker. Hazel Griffis was in Jackson- 3 LbPkg $9.Qo

JACKETS Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ville Wednesday.The .

SWEATSHIRTS I 29 and Mrs. J. G. Jackson were Rev. Homer Smiths were I

and Mrs. W. E. Hall, Mr. and Thanksgiving dinner guests at

I Get Ready For Mrs. B. M. McRae, Miss June the Covington home near Lawtey.

Cold Weather Ahead Conner, Gerald Crosby, and Mr. Raiford :Manning has returnedto Large Golden RipeBANANAS

and Mrs. Clyde Hughey and son his home in Jacksonville after

of Gainesville. spending a few days here with

Visitors .of the H. M. McRaes the L. M. Normans.F. .

Sunday besides the family, were M. Herndon and son, Helen,
A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Item In Our Store
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sterns of of Miami spent Thanksgiving herewith

Jacksonville, Mrs. C. V. Green of! his family.Mr. .

Until Xmas. Shop and Save at Robbins'* We Gift I Starke and Mr. and Mrs. H. H and Mrs. Blane T !ston of

Lewis. Lawtey were among those attending I!

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. :McRae Thankseiving services at '

Wrap Free of Charge. and son were visitors to Gaines- t"A Pi..h1pnd ('}tuTrh.I .
I C .
ville last Friday and were accompanIed Firm
home by Bobby Bentonas their way back they stopped at t Lb

an overnight! guestMrs. I the Little White House in Geor- Ripe

W. E. Hall the pastor's i gia and made some interesting 1

wife entered Glendale Hospitalin pictures.

Palatka last Monday.Mrs. Daddy McRae observed his 84th I

Clarence Andreu and Mrs. birthday anniversary on Nov. 18 ,

Finlay DeBerry of Panama City:and enjoyed visits and gifts from I
Russo Frozen
were recent overnight guests of friends and relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae. | pM"d evangelist Arthur A. Austin 70ozCcrnsBRADHRD

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae returned -' and his wife of Ft. Worth. STRAWBERRIES I 99C

TheRobbins' home recently after a visit Texas were recent guests of the
Store
of Values
with Mrs. McRae's parents Mr. H. H. McRaes. He brought a fine

I message at Pine Level Church -" -' .. .
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Wheeler
and B. and other
Mrs. ,
=I V. while here. I _' = _' _. . .. .. __ =..= : ._:
g I relatives in Scottsboro, Ala. On i



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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVENAt


: YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNORTH Four New Homes On Epperson Sensational TrialIs the resulting trial, with two of!!belLThe

the nation's foremost legal minds,!
sparks that fly across the
M OOR
SIDE, Central Plot battling it out, make for an exciting
,screen when brawling, untamedMr.
.. Of Florida Film memorable motion pic-
{ :ure story. Douglas clashes with beautiful -
By )tn. Oscar Carter : but iron-willed Miss Craine,
"The Girl in the Red Velvet
.
&..&&&&&&..&& &&.&&.& && yLVV Swing the story of Evelyn Nes- I Kirk Douglas Stars are as fiery as a 4th of July

"'v Ressie Scott returned home bit Thaw and the sensational mur- In New WesternAt celebration.
recently from St. Vincent's Hos- Douglas the role
has of Dempsey
der of architect Stanford White -
The Tabernacle St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Park
pital in Jacksonville. Sunday
Rae loud
by playboy Harry K. Thaw, comesto a brash ranch hand

1 New leadership and talent is Raymond E. SlacBlaln as Mr.recent and Sunday Mrs. Fred dinner Lanier guests had : : ... :. ,. n the Florida Theatre Sunday for Ian Without A Star," king I while Miss Craine is the ruthless,

la three-day run. yet feminine ranch owner. Claire
being<< developed In the Saturdayand Services at St. Mark's Episcopal their three aunts, Mrs. Dale .I size, colorful action drama com-
at Starred in the roles I Trevor plays Idonee a saloonkeeper -
meetings principal
Tuesday night follows: Beck, Mrs. Rose Sellers, and Mrs.
Church will be as ing to the Park Theatre i
Sunday .
the famous love triangle that I pal of Rae's.Richard
Tabernacle. Sunday iof|i
the Gospel 9:45 a.m. Church Lizzie Aldridge, from Alabama. ----- --- -- I
:
the Sunday I 1:made turn-of-the-century headlines -! is described as one of the most i I I"l'ifferent" Boone as a vicious
services were conducted by School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- Mrs. Q. B. Carter has been confine Four new houses, built by Lav on Andrews on Epperson St., were i ij
western films to Texas leader
I come Mara
British gang Corday
Joan
Collins, a
sponsor. Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 to Lake Butler hospital.Mr. all rented before completion. da rence Taylor, manager at the new, are t 9
i in the title role Ray j from Hollywood in a long, long as a dance hall girl with a crab
Mrs. Jennie Thornquest until p.m. Y. P. S. L. and :Mrs. G. L. Sapp, Mrs. Container woodyard, and his fam:lly occupy house in foreground.] import ; I
I Milland the debonair architecta.1d i time. It has a strong cast, headin on Rae. and Myrna Hansen as a
recently a resident of Starke but Wednesday: 7:33 p.m. Litany Patsy Sapp, and Mrs. Maude Second house is rented by Jas. 1 L:. Jones, a student at the U of F. | as Kirk Jeanne
Farley Granger, as the ec-, ? Douglas. Craine' neighboring rancher's daughter,
now of Jacksonville, was a guestof Choir Wainwright were recent guests of Third house is W. P. Luke of '
and Meditation; 8 p.m. occupied by manager the Starke A &; P.I centric millionaire I I Claire Tremor and William Camp- complete the cast.
playboy.
friends in town over the week- Practice. Mrs. Susan Sapp in Gainesville.Mrs. and family. While last house is re nted by Albert Sparks, another em-'!
I ___ __
Tabernacle Nesbit, famed as the -- -- -. - -
end and took part in Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Cora Bell Douglas of ploys of Container uoodyard, and ]ills family. I Evelyn :I I .. -w ._w_
servkes. 7:30 Fernandina a recent guestof orginial Gibson Girl and as a
11 a. m.: 3rd Sunday, a. m was
Mrs. Virgil Owen was able to her sister, Mrs. Reese Scott. I THE NATIONAL RESERVE PROGRAM member of the much publicized

be present after' some time spentin I Church of God Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins Floradora Sextette was in love GIFT BOXES
r Doctors Hospital. have returned from a visit with AND THE NATIONAL GUARD I with America's foremost architect -

relatives in Bartow and Lake- I I Stanford White. As a re-
Winter visitors are being heard Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
(This is the second of three I nel who voluntarily enlist in the\sult of the distorted mind of her
Eve- I \
from, and special services arranged ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday and.Mrs. Tele- !i NAVEL PINEAPPLE PINK
articles appearing in The National jealous husband, Harry Thaw
Guard and
for the near future. ning Service 7:15 p.m., Y.P.E. Maude Wainwright was a at any time
Service Wednesday 7:45 pjn., and recent guest of her daughter, grapfy\ describing the Armed' during their subsequent service came the cold-blooded murder dur Oranges Oranges Grapefruit
Forces Reserve Act of 1955 and ing a musical performance in the
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m Mrs. J. A. Boles in Waldo. perform at least three I
Presbyterian Church The ladies of the North Side I its relationship to ,the National consecutive roof theatre atop the old Madi- By Fast Express Guaranteed Delivery
Lawtej
Guard.) j i months in an Army service son Square Garden.
Church are now observ-i
School 10 a.m. Morning Baptist
Choir Sunday school
Saturday-Adult practice I of their
3p.m.Sunday. Worship 11 ajn. YPE Servo ing their Week Of Prayer. All In last week's article we discussed -I. choosing. The astounding revelations! at FINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES

School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- mg Saturday, 7:30 p.m. members are urged to attend. 17 to 18-year-old non-II. TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVEMARTIN'S
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman prior service personnel who enlist
ing Worship, "A Decision to Be and children spent last weekendin I in the National Guard and choose i
Somebody", 11 a. m. Congrega- St. Edward's Church active for First Baptist Church HamptonSunday
tional meeting to elect two elders :Miami with his parents, Mr. not to perform duty FRUIT SHOPNorth
and Mrs. Leon Norman. training.
immediately after the serv Mass at 9 IS a. m.
Sunday ; Temple Avenue
Earl Denmark and his mother, article shall dis- School .
i In this we 10 -\3[ Training Union 6:30 PJ'L
ice. Youth Fellowship supper Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and
Mrs. Lois Carter, of Jackson- non-
17 to 18yearold .
meeting, Sally Ann Epperson and 8:30 cuss : .:. ,.. :
: a. m.Children's -c. -' 1:3.;
-
I Morning
ville visited Mrs. J. S. Normanand prior service men who have vol- Worship11 A.M. Evening Service 7:30 P.M.
Sallie Sink hostesses, 6 p. m.i Catechism Class each
attended church here Sunday. untarily enlisted or who do voluntarily -
Evening Worship, "A Decision to, Wednesday at 3:15 p. m.
'? Other Sunday guests of Mrs. Nor- enlist in the National "HOUR OF POWER" Wed., 8 P.M.
Have Faith, 7:30 p. m. I Keystone Heights
man were Mrs. George Chambersand Guard and who then performsix
Wednesday-Junior Choir praci: (At St. William's Chapel) Pastor's Sermon Subjects for Sunday
I Mrs. John Aguiar of Jackson- months of active duty for
tice, 3:30: p. m. Prayer Meetingand (Follow Hiway 21 south to St.

Bible Study, 7:30 m. William's Sign.) ville.Mr. training.
p. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and I In selecting, to perform six 11 A.M.-'Spiritual Amnesia"

Holy day muses 7:30 a. m. Mrs. Maude Wainwright visited I month's active duty, a young man
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Smith In
Confessions before all Masses. reduced his reserve obligationfrom 7:30 P.M. "The Elder Son"

nUTRCI1 Jacksonville last Thursday. I age 28 to eight years. One J UooX

Sunday School 10 a.m. WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Little David and Danny Ben-I who joins the Guard at age 17

Morning Service 11 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH nett of the State Farm spent last I volunteers for six months of active -
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. :eekend with their uncle and graduating fromi Marvin Faile, Pastor
; duty upon
Prayer Meetings Wednesdaylight. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. aunt, the G. L. Sapps.Mr. i high school and then returns to

7:45 pm. Saturday night preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer and Mrs. Arthur Gaskinsof I his Guard unit when completing

service 7 o'clock song services Miani visited Mr and Mrs. I his six months tour of duty, will QUALIFIEDI
Christian Church T:30 evening services. last .
Hampton Jimmy Gaskins Sunday. have his eight-year obligation re- -

Sunday- Bible School 10 a. m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Marion D. Carter left Wednesday tired at age 25.

Preaching 11 a. m. Evening LATTER DAY SAINTS to spend the winter with his I I Further benefits under this WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEd V

Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach- daughter, Mrs. Louie Belle Parksof plan concern young men who are I WELDER
Services each Sunday In old
Lake Worth. I
ing 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Bible anticipating joining a branch of
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday ,
Oscar Carter and niece Made-
Willard M. ,
Study Hour 7:30 p. m. active armed forces. By choosing
Sacrament
School 1'a. m.
Jones Pastor. wel- line Norman spent Thanksgivingin to join the Guard and then applyfor
Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone
Miami with the Leamon Nor-
six months of active duty, he .
CHURCH OF CHRIST come. man family. will have the option at the end PIPE FITTER VI
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawfordhad
C. L. Overturf Jr. Minister IHOLBRONNBAPTIST I of six months of returning home RADIO I
as Thanksgiving guests Mr.
complete his military obliga- 1
to
Bible Study 10 a. m.
Sunday CHURCH and
Mrs. Gerald Crawford and further active I
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- or applying for / AND
family, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
10 Preaching
School
Sunday am.
7:30 duty.
ning Wednesday Worship- Bible p. m.Study 7:30 I 11 ajn. Training Union 6:30 I, Knight of Jacksonville, Mr. and In next week's article we shall TELEVISIONSales ; Apply
Mrs. Charles Crews and Mr. and
pm. Preaching 7:30 p.m. PrayerMeetly discuss non-prior service person 17" I

F.m. Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Mrs. W. T. Crawford. Evanston T1814K 159.95 Mr. R. A. Brydon
"Old Paths"each
Radio program Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins i
J Rev. F. B. Beard pastor.
Sunday 9 a. m. Station. had as Thanksgiving guests Mrs. When Your TV Needs

WDVH. EVERGREENBAPTIST A. H. Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Uley SERVICE MEN Service Call 166 and Service City Light & Water Plant

CHURCH Parmenter, Mr. and Mrs. Dutch r I AI'
BROOKER Harley and son and Mr. and Mrs. 224 N. Ave. Starke, Florida
Temple PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach *
Joseph Amy and children of Jack-
Rev. C. B. Stalling, Pastor ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: I sonville. 1

Sunday School 10 am. Morning: p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. PrayerMeeting Mrs. Floyd Denmark of Miami -
Worshhip 11 ajn. BTU 6:30 Specialist 2-c Marvin L. Cruce,
p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. visited relatives here Monday
: of :Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.
Evening Service 7:30 pan. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor.I Miss Mary Gaskins left last son '
Wednesday Cruce of Route 1, Lawtey, is
Meeting ?::30 p.m. week to spend the winter in Bar- Now

: tow with her brother, Henry. .home on a 30-day( leave. Specialist Announcing
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;Cruce entered the Army on May .

I 13, 1952, took basic training inFt.
I Partin Believes Jackson, S. C. and completedwire .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE
I White House Meet school. He was then assignedto

432 Engr. Const Bn. in Ger-

FLA. Of Great ImportCharles many, where he served as a tele- "

type repairman for three years.
--- S. Partin, Bradford High His' 66" SERVICE
next duty station is Camp TINY'S
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor School principal, said last week he Stewart, Ga. While here, :Mr. and
thinks decisions reached at the
Jefferson and Court Streets 1n The Heart of Town White House Conference Education Mrs. Cruce entertained in honor V
on -
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 | in Washington will of their son with a surprise din-
give
ner party attended by nearest
direction to state programs dur- relatives.Pvt. .

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. ing the next few years. 411 S. WALNUT ST. -- (Formerly Hick's 66 Service)
Partin was selected by Gov. Col- Paul A. Magyari, son of
Sunday School 9:45 AM. Training Union 6:16 P.M.
lins as one of the 27 delegates from Mrs. Margaret Magyari of Route

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. [Florida to attend the conference, 2, Starke, recently graduatedfrom GAS OIL V LUBRICATION TIRES
(I([Nov. 28 to Dec. 1, in the nation's the nine-'week supply spe- -- -- --

Hear the Sunday: Morning Service over WDVH at capital. cialist course at the Engineer

I The conference was called by the School, Fort Belvoir, Va. The
11 Regular Broadcast 1 3 and 5 Sunday. ACCESSORIES ANTI FREEZE
a.m. Every I the president and is being attended course is designed to train en- BATTERIES -- -- -

by about 2,000 delegates to study listed personnel to receive, store,

educational Questions problems.to be discussed will tion issue,materials ship, and and salvage other cpnstruc-engineer We extend a cordial Invitation to all our old customers and friends_ to come in to see us.

be: What should our schools accomplish supplies and equipment. Magyarl
G. L. "TINY" LOVELL
, BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor ? In what ways can entered the Army last June and -

i school systems be organized more received basic 'training at Ft.

Reliable. Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop efficiently and economically? Jackson, S. C. He is a 1955 grad- 'c.

Starke Business Firms What are school building needs? uate of Bradford High School.

How can we get enough good .

I teachers and keep them? How Robert E. Menzen, whose wife,, .' \ .

can we finance our schools Martha, lives at Lake Geneva,

build and operate them? How was commissioned an Army second .

IIIGH TESTED WELDINGCAST I ;can we obtain a continuing public lieutenant after graduatingfrom

THICK WALL interest in education? the Artillery and Guided

IRON BRASS I" Partin predicted the legislaturesand Missile Officer Candidate School at ..

CONCRETEBLOCKS CAST STEEL I education departments of the Fort Sill Okla. on Oct 31. Lt. k

t states will take action on the decisions -,Menzen graduated from Melrose _

CUMBER'SWELDING reached in Washington. High School in 1953 and attendedthe t

SHOP I Partin said he has already form- University of Florida. He entered L4 '

Ami Phone 248-J !ed an opinion on one topic to be the Army in Nov. 1954 and 0

Cor. 10th & Thompson !discussed, federal aid to schools received basic training at Ft.
READYMIXEDCONCRETE he's against it
-_ Jackson S. C.
'I "I don't feel the Federal Govern-

ment will put money into a pro-I .
gram without exerting some con-
Phone 94 MARGE'SKRYSTAL trol over it," he said. This can be., WANTED PECANS i

KONE ''a "bad thing," he added. !\o quantity too large or too

BRADFORDENGINEERING ; In agriculture and home economics .1 small. Cash market prices. See

CO. courses, which receive fed''ug before gelling. Dillard Keen
At Herb's Drive ,
In
:cral aid, the Government tells the, !Between Railroad and Signal

'OM schools how many hours to teach (Light. 117 W. Broxvnlee. Ph. 181
Package Milk Shakes
and what to teach, Partin said. 117 \\. Brownlee, Ph. 187.
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address is: Care of Ettie Prescott

Hoboken You are Georgia required to appear oa
1955 Jan 2. 1956, in the above named
Homecoming court and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce.

Bradford County Telegraph shall
w publish this Order in next four
C+ weekly issues.
Witness my nand and official sealat
sl Starke, Florida, this Nov. 2S1S55.
;.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. -arby
As Clerk of said Court.Pv .
Marian I ('r" .i>v O"OUICI..rk
I Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty LIt.
d a
Bldg., Jacksonville, F'J.
Ann for Plf. 12/2 4t 12/2J

.NOTICfc 1U APPEAR
In Circuit Court. II rid ford Co..ty.
/ A> r l-'lnrldai In Chaucer
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to d'c
ss O/rothy: Louise DeSwarte Balareie
fa v, Carlos Ishmael Balarezo. Defendant -
M s i' tf Case No. 10-S94
+ ....lee To 'PP..rT
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y r r. t4 9t 4'c :: Carlos Uhmael Falarexo,
} whose residence and address Is
Unidad Vecinal.Mlrones 8-E Lima.
M x fiv .'
s Peru
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I >u are hereby notified that a
.J. uti Cordh'or'e
'1 ( L.:: : i+ h and restoration of former
f s r name
." '"f 117.
r I ? ( 1. baa been riled against you in the
x above' named Court and cause and
; you are required to serve a copy of

: : k : a li\t "your l..'n;answer"-nhe or Plaintiff pleading to Attorney the com-

; \ T David Burns, 308 Guaranty
Lift' Building. Jacksonville, }' &.
ana tilt Hit uiigiu.il in too ntflca of
r he Cl..rk nf the Circuit Court on
;'- >i before the J day of January,
'awl 1911". other*is.
: the allegation of
,
aid Lumpidini
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rFTER.. THE BIG GAME, a tired but happy 1955 Tornado squad poses for photograph with coshes, < M confessed This notl-e by yon shall ba publishedonce

Tornadoes End Season With 23-0 physician, and mascots. (All photos except those of floats by R. P. McLendon.) each week for five conseca-
live weeks In the Bradford County
Tel''' rraph. *
.. Dated this 25 day of November

Homecoming Victory Over Fernandinai I HOMECOMING QUEEN S.XDR.STIUCKL.XD, Junior Class 1 1355.OFFICIAL. Clerk EAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court

f candidate, is pictured above as she rode onto football field at Homecoming By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I 12/2: 4t 12,2J
The BHS Tornadoes closed out ing with the Tornado? Whirl, .h celebration. Runner-up In the Queen Contest were Laiora --.

the 1955 season on a victorious Bradford's own version of the Capps, Sophomore candidate, and Jane Richarde, Senior SEALED C\i.i.BIDS FOIL will BIDS he taken until

nose, smashing the Fernandina famed Gator Growl. Followingup i" 30 A.M. January 3, 1J56. for fur
DIshing to the Board of County
wd
the next day was a colorful '
Pirates 23-0 here Wednesday 1unoJ pjojpejjj jo KJOUOISSIUIUIOO
night of last week' to climax a downtown parade, termed by Florida:
One
(1) Amber
grey ten key adding
great homecoming celebration.This viewers the best yet in the BHS and subtracting machine
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series. Between r vK 'sat Requirements:
final win upped the Tor- homecoming (1) Compact and light in weight
nadoes' record to 7 wins against I halves at the game the BHS Band (2) Keyboard slanted for fast Indexing -

3 losses and all in all, it was agrl'at outdid even its previous perform- (13) Control figures.keys plainly marked
ances this season and featured an NY and each has but a single -

Coach season.Lennara iteglster stated outstanding twirling exhibition by J : t 14) Repeat function., error, non-add, sub
head ,Majorette Lu Green, using i tract, total and subtota'keys
that he was very proud of the 4 t operate machine
team and the performances they burning batons. k t") Ten Column listing and eleven ,
Godwin Scores }\"\t Y1 (11) column totaling ca
gave this season. He said that I I pacity.
the boys had worked hard since Harold Godwin started the (6) Compact control keyboard brings all
and
r listing keys
the middle of August for this fine Tornadoes off toward their sev- within easy hand's span.

season's record.Homecoming. enth win by scoring the first }: nr ers The reserves Poard the of County right to Commission reject any

festivities began I touchdown late in the first period f''r 1 d Y.4 Y f( and all bids.
s Board of County Commissionersof
Tuesday night before Thanksgiv- from four yards out to cap aALVAREZ' Bradford County.. Florida
iL 1, l '(OFFICIAL SEAL)
i By Charles A. Darby,

II STORE Men's Clothing [11'1I 11'1III IJ i i Clerk of Said Court.12/2 2t 2/11
1
II Established 1894 I r ti ID, The County Judge'. Court I.
And For Bradford ('oa." Florida
HAROLD GODWIN (in mid-air) goes over for the Tornadoes' first touchdown in the Homecoming 1 IX HE: Estate of
FRANK C. HOLLlNGSWOHTir
game against Fernandina last week. !1 DECEASED.
I NOTICK OF FILING PETITION! '
SECOND PLACE In Homecoming Parade floats was won by this FOR RESIGNATION!
'TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
lovely creation of the Hi-Y Club. Just as pretty are the riders, San IN THE ESTATE OF FRANK C
BUY NOW FOR Q S tf dra Johns and JoAnn Slade. HOLLINGSWOUTH.You Deceased: T
are hereby notified that on
'November 29, 1955. the undersigned
Executor of the estate of Frank C
I Hollingsworth deceased, filed a
Petition in the office of the County
CHRISTMAS Judge in and for Bradford County
C 1Y1 wxr a Fonda, resigning as said Executor
and asking for an order approving
his accounts and discharging him.
Said Petition will be called up forbearing i
JM on lOCh day of January,
JT I Iis 1956.\ at 10 AM. before the Hon
orable Theron A. Yawn County
Judge, at his office In the Courthouse -
f. .r zion .. In Starke, Pradford County, i
Florlrti
17-INCII 2MNCH {James Franklin Hollingiworth.
i \ Executor of the Estate of Frank'
C Hollingsworth, deceased.
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By Joseph A.
McGowan.
a.
USED TV NEW TVI74:95 Attorney for the Estate
HOMECOMING SPONSORS added Inspiration on the Adelines: (left to right) Joan Scholl, Linda Johns, I : y. lZtt tin

I Jackie Hobbs, Jackie Colley Joyce Scholl and Bobby Bastedo. .
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J-"". ,,! ,..,;;. ....... .
; : 155-yard touchdown drive. \' :. ..1-. .' ; .,. ,, .: ;' "'.'!->_ I
J. / v a vO Joint MeetingOf .. '.2.,.. i -' ... If' I' ', ,
Kenny Green tackled Fernan- ..,. ,] .r..., ;1.. 1,'i_ ', '

dina's Barber behind the goal lin Farm Bureau ....-. ,.
'Fully Guaranteed The Ideal Gift For r "' p, I
in the second quarter to give the' t

Same As New Sets The Entire Family Tornadoes two points and a 9-0 And CattlemenAn I. II

halftime lead. '1 I jj
important meeting of
r joint
Bobby Ferguson sped 41 yardson I 1 11i 1a 1r
the Farm Bureau
the"reverse play for anothersix and Cattlemen'sAssociation I

points and Billy Harrington will be held in the
VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE THE latched onto a 31-yard pass from 1]I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lazenby ofLJoyce Lions Den tonight (Friday) at SPANISH CLUB float was among the most attractive in the
[ La. announce the birth of parade. Riding on it are: Marilyn Cox (left), Alton Coleman, and
Reddish to end the night's scoring -:.
The
rt LARGE SELECTION OF RADIOS 7:30 o'clock. Cattlemen will Patricia Aharez.
Godwin scored one extra a daughter, Vicky Elaine, on Nov.
AND TV'S point and Reddish passed to 23 in Alachua General Hospital. have charge of the supper.

Kopelousos for two extra points.'I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards Both organizations have held -I :

It was a perfect Homecomingfor Jr announce the birth of a son. tate conventions since the last

Just The Thing For Christmas Gifts the team, student body, and Zachary Randolph, on Nov. 28 in joint meeting here, and reports

Tornado followers 'Alachua General Hospital.The j will be heard tonight from W. S.

Good ;Record Starke Maternity Hospital'
Reason
Sibley, delegate to the Farm
The Tornadoes scored 167 points announces the following births: i -
| Bureau meeting in Tallahassee, >r
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDPhone this season and held their oppon-I Mr. and Mrs. James G. Williams'of <

I en.s to 67. Five teams failed to Lake Butler a son, Frank;|and Floyd Wiggins and Frazier

dent the hearty Tornado line: James, Nov. 26. i Shaw, who represented the local
239 Starke Fla.
Macclenny, Monticello, Perry,I Mr and Mrs. Buford McKinney, cattlemen at the state meeting

I Seabreeze, and Fernandina. of Starke, a son, Ernest Daniel,,, in Panama City.B. .

_ Probably the finest offensive Nov. 26. J. (Jim) Alderman, of Grandin -

I showing of the team was against I Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrews -, who holds membership in the

FOR SALE I Green Cove Springs, and the best of Wildwood, a daughter,I I Bradford County Cattlemen's 3 '7

defensive effort was against Ket- i Deborah Ann Nov. 26. I Assn., was elected state presi-

terlinus, the EFC winner. dent at the meeting in Panama

Nineteen boys earned their letters Ten New Cubs City. He will be an honor guestat

Grocery & Market this season and 11 of them i( the meeting here tonight.
Seniors Join Pack
wLl graduate this spring. 70 The Cattlemen will elect new 1

who played their last game for At Monday Meeting officers during their business ses-
BHS in the Homecoming event sion.

FIXTURES are: Kenneth Elder, Bobby Ferguson 'I Ten new applications for memo DAEB IlL

Glenn Reddish, Lamar Shaw,,'j received at the Cub Rites Fl-: '
Harrington, Jerry Lawson, bership were SaturdayFor i SYMBOLIC of Fernandina Pirates bowing before BHS'Tornado, e! STARKE

1 Meat Saw \Billy Dennis Mathews, Raymond Stef-:I night Scout in Den the Pack Methodist meeting recreation Monday Mrs. HamiltonIn Is this Little Woman's Club float featuring Sylvia Paulk (left), dud T '- r

1 Steakmaker I anelli, Edwin Johns, Kenneth building, bringing the total to 421, Macclenny Dankel, and Pat Ilobbs. Sun., Mon., and Tues. .*'

I Green, and Gus Kopelousos. Eight the: on the Cub Scout roll. Seventy-I, I Anna Taccla. U S. 301. Starke cation of this notice, the flctltloui Dec. 4, 5, 6 '

1 Meat Grinder lettermen will returp to form I five Cubs and their parents at. Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton, Route I Fla.. sole owner. name of Colonial Florist in business undei THREE BIG DAYS '
engaged
which are
the 1956 squad. we
nucleus of of November.
this 23rd day I
tended. 2, Starke, died Nov. 23 at the Dated StarWe. Fla. at 506 Npn st,, Starke, Fla. DOUBLE FEATURE
3 Meat A.D, 1955. at
Cases to
(Service Type) Coach Register plans now The outgoing Den Mothers, Mrs. home of her son In MCCOmb Miss, 12U t/: :; Owners: nuby Johns, tU :E. Laura

1 Frozen Food Case have three weeks of spring three weeks train Jack McComb, Mrs. Stanley Noe- following an illness of several !. rirr.H oart.-Bradford fVd lfFlnrlifni -[,I St.It., Starke E. Mundorff Fla. E. Laura St Man Without A Star

ing in February, and gel, and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, months. In fhaneerj Starke. Fla. In TechnicolorWith
1 Birdseye Deep Freezer later on near the end of school. were congratulated on the fine Mrs. Hamilton 51 Edith Mae Nichols, Plaintiff vs. Dated this 2nd day of December
andwill I was a nativeof James Green Nichols. Defendant. A D., 1955.; ; at Starke Fla. Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Grain
2 Meat Blocks These plans are only tentative job they've done during the paste White Springs and a memberof Case No. 10-1312 1/% 4t !/!::3 and Claire Trevor
I vt be announced later by th : Order Of Pebllmtlon Andon.-r 'I*
year. the Church of Christ
Mate Of Florida Tot In Circuit Court Bradford Connty. -And-
1 Electric Hot Water Heater coaching staff. New Den Mothers are Mrs. Eugene Surviving are her husband, James Apnrari Green Nichols, whose residence Florida! IB Chanter. :
Schedule Seen Pearson Mrs. M. Thomas I Il I James is North Port. Alabama and Bessie Crews Plaintiff, VB A.. D The Black Swan 1
Tough E.
Hamilton
of Starke, Crews ,
2 Refrigerator Compressors whose address is Star Route North !! Defendant
Tornadoes will l Mrs. W. J. Frick Case-No. IO-UO:
Next year the Mrs. J. L. Cole three sons, Robert Cornwall of Port, Alabama. In Technicolor
2 Ceiling Fans every member of the: Mrs. H. A: Bishop Jr., and ltr;;. Jacksonville You' are required to appear on Order Of PnbllratloB Aad Notice TiAppear
likely play Woodrow Cornwall]I Jan. 2. 1956, in the above named State el Florida Tat Tyrone Power, Maureen O'Hara
East Florida Conference due to anew I R E. Edmondson. Mrs. R. P. and Warren Cornwall both of Mc. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff A. D. Crews, whose residence am. Plus Color Cartoon for Children

17 Shopping Buggies ruling that will be up for McLendon and Mrs. Mark Adams Comb, Miss.; two brothers, Steve (support seeks divorce of minor, custody child., control and I

3 Exhaust Fans, 24-in. 'f a vote of the conference coachesat I will continue with the Cub Scouts Elolph and Tommy Williams, bothof I Bradiora county 'I 1e next shallpublish four FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Wed.. Thur.-Dec. 7, 8
.. coache this Order In I DOUBLE FEATUREA
their next meetingjrhe at Raiford. Macclenny; and one sister, Mrs. weekly Issues.
3 Produce Tables want to play each member of the Group singing was enjoyed with Anna Belle Smith of Macclenny. Witness mY hand and official seal Woman's World

4 Dry Produce Stands conference, and do away with the: Mary Katherine Wainwright at Funeral services were held Saturday at 1555.I Starke. Florida, this Nov 20 JUST ONE

north and south division, as it: the piano, and Bessie Dukes afternoon at the Raiford I (OFFICIAL SEAR ) CbarU" A Hart. CinemaScone

11 Center Gondolas '. -.4 has been for the past three or operated the projector in showing Road Church of Christ in Mac By Marian L. Crosby.Clerk Deputy of said Court ClerV FRIGIDAIREMade June Allyson Fred McMurray

1 Mirror Produce Display four seasons. If this ruling goes t a color movie on the Pueblo In- clenny with D. L. Griffis minister Hon. Chafe R. Hess. 204-05 Guaranty only by General -And-

into effect, Deland, Sanford, and dians. Awards were given to officiating. Interment was in Attys.Life Building.for Pl!. Jacksonville 12/2 4t Fla.1222NOTICE Motors Corp. All other MoonfleetCinemaScope

With Lights New Smyrna will be added to the Theron Hunter and David DyaL Macedonia Cemetery north of' Electric Refrigerators are
Smith and mothers of OF INTENTION TO
schedule. Mrs. Macdenny with John M. !
Tornado Brinkley FICTITIOUS: NAME made other
companies
1 Bread Rack } REGISTER by
; in Den 4 served refresh- Stewart Granger, George Sanders
Cubs
the
I that
This at the annual footballbanquet Funeral Home in charge. Notice is hereby given word
the
year I undersigned, under the provisions of and cannot use Pins Color Cartoon for Children
2 ments.
Checking Stands the year's captain and be (Chapter 20,95J, Laws. of Florida; Frigidalre.
will be announced and I The next pack meeting will Acts of 1S41. will register with the
co-captain
2 Candy Displays the held Jan. 30.YOTJtL Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Fri. Sat.-Dec. 9. 10
to
trophies will be presented for Bradford County, State of Florida DOUBLE FEATURE
Automatic Toastersrerular
12 Fluorescent Light Fixtures most valuable back, best lineman,, LOVE the new Ester- Pop-up .I upon receipt of proof of publlVV. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
$2%. O for limited time -My Wife's Best FriendAnne
4 ft. 40 watt and a sportsmanship award will I, brook pnr "Mslre fountain pm In only 51295 *t BalUinrton's. ? ?

be made to the team member nasW shade Only $2.58 at Bradford C. T. U. I Baxter, MacDonald Carey

Will Be Available Around January 1 voted the best sport. County Telegraph.WANTED 1 nrr.nTKR NOTlfF OF Firrmors INTFNTIO*'NMB TO A CIIIC.GOE.UEF.DIE.'TER/' THEN SEE -And-

I Notice III herf'hylnD that th
CDIETER.WOmUXG PECANSNo und r! lened.!: tinder the providing I SAYS MICE WILL KILL THEMSELVES E. H. SMITHTenth Belle Starr's DaughterGeorge
quantity too large or, toot of Chanter 20.95. Law of Florida DRINKING WHISKEY
Art of 1941. will rf'I'I.ter!: with th. Montgomery, Rod Cameron.
LOVETT'SStarke There will be at t t rlM'L See
a working malL Cash market Clerk nf the Clrrnlt Court In an d IF THEY GET A CHANCE. and Ruth RomanPlus
eulah Church Cemetery, Cla.ounty )r in JM.fore.mn. Dillard Ke+ne. tnr Bradford County, St.te of Florida ARE YOU A' MAX OR 'A and Temple Ave.
of pnbll- Serial 13 (Last and
noon receipt of proof Chap. )
Saturday, Dec. 3. EVeryone Between Railroad and Signal
Florida 1 .-.t1on of fbl notice, the tll'tltlnn'namf' MOUSE Starke. Fla. Cartoon for Children
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interested is requested to g<<) 1Jcht. 117 W. Brownie.! Ph. 187.W. of Sorrento Restaurant nndei r I (NATIONAL "OICEI) I
in bnsiness
which I am engaeed a .
and help. 11' Brownlee, Ph. 187. U S. 301, North Starke Fla. t



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STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER :2, 1953

ly give that likeable citrus 'flavor I should be glad. This color indicatesthat I in the soil he should make a good i soil and water conservation farm
Demonstration but will add vitamin C (ascorbic you have better than average crop of oats.Complete plan will be developed.A .
Home acid). organic matter, or humus, in the
: I soil and water conservation soil conservation farm plan
i Notes Suggestion for Gift Wrapping soil. farm plans were received was prepared for L. A. Wynn on
Why not crystallize half a d n Organic matter increases water-'I for B. E. Reddish of Law- his place located near HamptonLake.
., byDOROTHY 'grapefruit peel and fill with smallcrystallized holding capacity and helps hold I|tey and The Bradford Chapter of Mr. Wynn has a timber and
fertilizers against leaching. Or- I
fruits or pieces of II cattle on his farm. I
ROSS ,I IFnture Farmers of America. program
peel, candy or Heavenly Bits? ganic matter doesn't just happen Martineauwho
These plans show the complete came up on Phillips
Home Demonstration Agent to be in soil. It accumulates
your
Place this in center of a 14x14 ..rl farm with the outline of each was helping Mr. Wynn fer-
..1 I inch piece of cellophane. Pull !.,over many years from dead,field and the'crops to be planted. tilize his clover land. They were
leaves, wood, and all kindsof
Holly-Day Jlints ter, let stand 20 minutes. Rinse four corners up and fasten with grass 'I using 2-10-20 fertilizer on the
Worrying over what. to give l' through 3 waters. Cover with string or a rubber band. Over V plant and animal residues. Soils maps have been receivedfor pasture' "I want my pasture in
]this tie a red ribbon and attach I, You can add organic :to your the farms of Mrs. M. J. New-
Cramps or Aunt JaneT Or do hot water and boil 10 minutes. gay Geo. T. Iluggins :good condition so that I can keep
you Just yearn to do something Drain. Cut in halves. Drop into"a a sprig of holly or greenery.The By County Agent soil by turning under the top I jby I of Hampton, R. A Green, and plenty of green grazing for my
special for the family or friends boiling syrup made of 1 cup recipe for Heavenly: Bits c-' Agricultural Extension Service growth I and not burning it off. !IR. R. Andrews of New River I cows all winter," remarked Mr
this Christmas season? Here area sugar in 2 cups water. Boil 30 I(cookies) was contributed by Mrs.J. Start your soil preparations early 'From these soils maps a complete Wynn
few hints you might be able to minutes. Drain and drop ,into, H. DuPre and is excellent for Farmers Report PracticesLester << I E report I of an intensive: study in I enough to avoid the need for:I .
use that Home DemonstrationClub heavy syrup made of 1 cup sugarto the holidays and teas. As the Kite, new Chairman of' six months, one pair of rats will burning.. Top. -growth you turn I I '
members have been havingat 1 cup water. Boil 30, minutes.I name implies, it is so good it the County Agricultural Stabilization I eat 27 pounds of food? In the under must decompose or you I i ,. .
I can get into trouble later after a" '
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their meetings. Remove from syrup and place on your : and Conservation Committee same period I :: -
Candied ,Kumquats Chips waxed paper or plate. When cool Heavenly BitsThreefourths I urges you to make your report pair will deposit about 25,000 you plant. I ._ ./L ; Jj Jk . ,mr.:s1 ;
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Clean fruit, sprinkle 1 enough to handle, place a toast- cup butter, 2 if you have finished your I I droppings. I -- -- -- -
spoon soda over each table-I ed pecan half in-the kumquat.chip.I tablespoons' powdered sugar practices.For I In six months, one pair of i.f.i.
I I Allow to dry. Roll in sugar. Can r (rounded), 2 cups flour, 1 teaspoon 1953 our County recei/iil mice will eat 4 pounds of food .
kumquats., Cover with boiling War 'be kept 2-3 weeks. The round I water, 2 teaspoons vanilla, only about $13,000 for sharing in !and deposit about 18,000 drop- ,. .
'I kumquats are more delicious than 1 cup pecans chopped; fine. Cream .cost of carrying out conservation pings.In t f v 'V
.the long variety for candying. butter and sugar. Add flour, wa- practices. By using that amount six mouths, one. pair of, i ,. I
I Calamondin is delightful for ter, vanilla and nuts. Chill doughin and reporting a steady increase rats will shed about 1,000,000 :
crystallizing. .Use same processas refrigerator. Roll out in small each year since, we will receive ,hairs. In the same period of time, I
i. that for kumquats. i pieces the size.of little finger. Put some $22.000 for 1955. I I the same pair will void about 6 E OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH !:: I .
Crystallized Grapefruit Peel 'I in ungreased pan and bake for We want to show this amountall quarts of urine.Warfarin .
Wash grapefruit and grate I about 30 minutes at 325 degrees used to a good advantage is still the top bait Soil Conservation
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lightly with medium fine grater I powdered sugar. Please make report -
With 1fobdaysso try it lOCal I this year._ your for killing rats and mice. We NEWSBy
Wfruib and Dub!t's gay and brightA to remove oil cells. Cut peel j if you have not already done have an interesting program to
rich and ci.*my lute ddtghUr lengthwise into strips onefourthto Star Store Closing; so. Your response now can meana offer you. Visit our office and Bill Haas
I one-half inch wide. Cover with I better for the future.Ion't Soil Conservation Service
program ask about it. This cool weather
cold water and bring to a boil.I Pooser Declares Be A fitter-Bug I will be sending rats to cover. Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
Boil five minutes. Drain and wash Building Sold You recently saw where the Are you going to furnish them
peel. Repeat this process 5 or State Road Department was placing I.free room and board? i Foster Shi Smith, chairman of
'6 times to remove most of the I The Star Store is being vacated,,I trash cans along certain Better Fft'ding-Bettfr Profits 'I the Board of Supervisors for the The middle man. Who else? We have the
biter= flavor. In a heavy pot highways. Along with this was Bradford Soil Conservation District -
You can't make mistakes in
make syrup 1 1-2 cups sugar and to make way for. the Western Au- the urge to everybody to help cattle feeding and expect a profit. announces that the Board knack of flipping that down-in-the-mouth
I one-half To to Supply Co., scheduled to move will hold its regular monthly
cup of water. boiling, keep our highways clean and at- One mistake you can avoid is I
syrup add the grapefruit peel I din after Jan. 1, J. W. Pooser, Star tractive. I the lack of protein in winter feed- meeting Thursday December 1st, grimace right over on its back with quality
(about 1-2 pound). Peel shouldbe Store said attractive Protein at Lloyd Green's home. I
owner Tuesday.J. Today along an portion ing. supplement Is just
i barely covered with syrup. F. Jaudon, Western Auto of the Brownlee Road, I saw about a MUST if you are going to I I stopped by to see Zedra Ham products and low, low prices like grandma
Cook slowly, turning and stirring where someone had used the side run an efficient cattle operation.
ilton in the Gainesville
, occasionally, until all syrup is absorbed -;[manager were, admitted being considered plans for mov-but of the paved road for a dump. Low-protein grass hay is not I the other day. He is getting Hospital along I i talks about. With us you can avoid confu-
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well is translucent.
or
pee Such noticeableand sufficient. Cattle will lose
sights are very weight]I fine, but has to take it easy for
; I in Remove from the syrup and roll said they were not absolutely def- very dirty looking.We on such a feed. Lack of proteinwill I la long time. We were discussing I sion and give your dough an infusion of old-
sugar. jinite. all have a greater appre decrease the appetite of cat i grazing of oats this winter. Zedra I II
. Orange Sour Orange Peel I Pooser said he is being forced ciation for beauty when things tle. They will eat less and what remarked that the folks should time buying Try huh?
Follow same directions as for to sell because of the poor health around us are attractive. Our they do eat will be poorly utilized.I not graze the oats too close while power. us,
grapefruit peel The oUy part of'Jflf his wife. He has been in busi- County Commissioners and City Lack of protein this winter will|lit is young because the first heavy
the rind should be grated before ness in Starke for more than ten Council are encouraging a pro- show up in the calf crop a year frost will kill it. S F TV SERVICEKOCH'S
K/ rllfirrrr boiling. years. gram to make our roads and'from now. Protein is not storedup -
Value and Uses I He said he regrets to have to I I highways more attractive. Eachof for future use. You must feedit Raleigh Conner used the Dis DRUG STOREANY
Research has shown that citrus liquidate his. business which has us can help by doing some- regularly. It will pay you to trict's grain drill to plant oats DOCTOR'S
peel l contains nearly three timesas 'grown and expanded since its be- thing with our trash and garbage d0 a little thinking and planning in the field where he turned under PRESCRIPTION FILLED
much vitamin C as the pulp i ginning. He said his plans for the besides just dumping it as we about your winter feeding pro- soybeans. Raleigh combined the
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BRADFORD COUNTY .. .tiTABKC.: FLORIDA

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1935
9YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 RJE High School in Starke. The
county. Approximately 20 persons Laura Louise Du Pree Williamson,
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Shells will continue to work and l are needed to make a class Plaintiff liamson. Defendant.v. William Lester Wil- first endar publication months from of this the notice.date of Each the
live in'Starke.Turkey .
complete. If you are interested in claim or demand must be In
Case No. writing
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy pinner > improving your church choirs, \..1_ T. tpprar 10-1290 and must state the place of residence r $ S
To: William Lester Williamson. and post-office address of the $
jOzora J. Shell Two-thirds of the RJE school, i playing the piano, singing or Whose residence and address is: claimant and must be sworn to by

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . - - population enjoyed a delicious conducting groups, register .in North 504 West Carolina.Johnson Street. Tarboro, or the It claimant will become his agent void his attorney ;
------------.a.aaAAAAAAAAAA..JFort I turkey dinner prepared by Manager this class tonight. luii au u-r.ty notified that a law.First according to HUNDREDSof

Marriage Announcements( I of Gaines, Ga. announce the Alma Royal Jenkins and staff Second Six"iWeek Reports rut fnrDivorce and restoration of Maid 1955. publication on November 3,
Rev. and Mrs. Roosevelt Dell of of the RJE cafetorium last Wed School has been in session for en name
marriage I /s/
their daughter Ozora Carrie
bas Uglow
been filed Ward aetafls and
Sr. nesday. School guest from the more than 12 weeks and against yon in the Executrix are managed economically
announce the marriage of their reportsare above named Court and of the Estate of John
Johnson to Elmer cause ana
daughter Ruth Edna to William RandolphShell. community included: Rev. and being sent to parents for a you are required to serve a copy ol Uglow, dew-eed. attended that only a trained and
Holland of Florida A &: M Uni- A quiet but Impressive ceremony Mrs. Damon Dell Rev. W. D. second time. We urge alT parents your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff.to Attorney the com- 11/4 4t 11/25 careful organization can attend when e

versity. Ruth and William are. was conducted during the Demps, Laura Whitmore and Ber- to examine the report cards T. David Purns. 308 Guaranty Life the urgent need for serving is at
I Thanksgiving period. Ozora la on Building. Jacksonville, FUu,
both graduates of RJE High niece Morris. The cafeteria assistants critically and check on the pro- and hand.
the reportorial staff of the Bradford file the original in toe office of PEST
School Ruth la studying to be County Telegraph and Charity Williams and gress of your children. Teachersand the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or CONTROL
a practical nurse at the Alachua visor of Super Inez Hightower, world efficiently principals will be glad to before otherwise the 19 day of Dec. 1955;
the
Negro Schools. Elmer allegation of kaid DeWITT C. JONESPhone
County General Hospital InC&1nesvUle Shell is the eldest'son of Chester and not a person left school have you visit the schools and Complaint will be taken as confess. TERMITESALL

while William is Shell of Hawthorne. He has hungry for Thanksgiving Day. see exactly what is happening ed This by you.notice shall be TYPES OFGBO'E 7 Starke, Flat
mechanical Use The School Lunch in the life of published .
studying child there. -
Engineeringat your once each week for four 4 4
taught electricity In North Carolina consecu SPRAYINGFlorida
A & M University. The mar- Camp Blanding and Florida Principal Eddie Thompkins has Remember school is "home away Telegraph.Dated tive week. In the Bradford County Funeral Director Ambulance Serrice

riage was solmenlzed on Thanksgiving Normal & Industrial Memo asked editor to run a short from home" and it is the par this 15 day of Nov., 1955. Pest Control

Day at the home of the College, St. Augustine, and rialeditorial for: on using the school lunch. ent's responsibility to join hands (OFFICIAL Clerk, SEAL of the Charies Circuit A. Darby Court & Chemical Co. Our local funeral home tfiabiM u to offer conTenleac r.A

bride's parent. in Starke. the past six years has taught The school lunch program was with the teachers and make living By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I Phone Franklin aenrtc not otherwise available
planned to Improve the nutritionof and learning our Democracy a 11/13 4t 12/9 6-6033
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Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Renfroe Industrial Arts and Coached at I 24 N. W. ,
16th
continuous Are. Y
children. It is therefore one of process. "In the NOTICE TO APPEAR "4

the most natural sources of hell humblest surroundings you'll find !Florida. Circuit! I. Caart a...... Bradford Coarij, Gainesville, Fla. We turoua the highest type eenrte at lowest prtcea, ann
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for your "Food for Health" pro truly great men and women. Godwill Tuck Lou, Plaintiff, vs. Rebecca Can for estimate acc.pt Aft 7 life Insurance policy to torce. Issued by AN

i ,SPECIAL THIS WEEK! gram. In most cases the schoo:I not seek thy race, nor will ..ou, Defendant. Case No. 10-1292 company, u payment la part or in full on a funeral I
lunch manager will be glad tc) he ask they birth. Alone heIn will] Ntlr T. Appears Consultation carrie no obligation.

tell you about the program. ask of thee what hast thou done and To:address Rebecca is Lou.: 108-51 whose 69 residence Avenue, -' Y .. 4. .. .. I'
1 cooperation with the lunchroom I on earth?" Queens, New York. '- -

1 manager appoint committees to. PTA )Hobby Club Chitchat u"You forDivorce are hereby notified that a :- -- -- ---- -, -'- --- -- = --- -: : :_._.j-= ::
study problems connected with I The RJE consolidated PTA will custody and control of COLONIALFLORIST
minor child
the school lunchroom and help I hold regular meeting on Wednes
q baa been filed against the
you in
work out solutions. For example, day night, Dec. 7. President Sophia above named Court and cause and WANTED
sometimes pupils do not want teat o; Royal is asking all members :yon are required to serve a copy of MILLION POUNDS
r your answer or pleading to the
in the lunchroom because it: to be present promptly at 8 p. m. complaint on the Plaintiff'*

: to introduce the sensational new (lit! "no fun." In some schools stu Persons who have not paid for Box Attorney 104, Gainesville H. C. Baldwin, Florida P., O. i

1 t, dents have solved this problem the waistline rally are expected and file the original in the office of PHONE 218
f wt1e.st EUREU themselves by organizing programs to do so. Come prepared to takea the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
and "amateur hours." The part in the Cake Walk. Jr before the
eel 19 day of December, 1955;
lunch room then becomes important Church ,Nens Complaint otherwise the will Joe allegations taken as-confess.3d of said. (i) PECANSHIGHEST

SUPERItoto- aUo ( for social reasons as well as lit. Pisagh A.M.E. Church, Rev. by you
a place to eat. Classes may take E. L. Walker pastor, will hold Till notice shall be published
once each week for four consecutive
ZIP-CLIP SWIVEL-TOP turns being in charge of the regular communion service on weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph FLOWERSFor
lunch period. Sometimes the prob Sunday. Sunday School will start
Optra fcuUntfy-d ill
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Dated this 16 day of Nov., 1955.
over from 1 position ; lem is one of table manners and at 10 a. m., Morning Worship at ) Charles A. Daroj All Occasions
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th. CMi-onl rv i.IOFf'1CherkEa '
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conduct. Pupils can work with 11:30 a. m., Evening Worship at
l By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk DISH GARDENS
tie of. teachers and the lunchroom mana 7:30. p. m. AU members are askedto 11/13. 4t 129n
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BUSTaa ger in setting up their Own rules. come and partake of the Lord's I POTTED PLANTS MARKET PRICES
To [MITT The Count Judge'. Court,
wss -- s I000 Roll-easy They can take turns being Supper. Music will be furnish by I Bradford County, Florida
ROTO-DOLLY "hosts and hostesses." the choir. I IN RE: POTTERY

1 t'with 4 rut>W.swivel ball-beuiip wheels. Pupils may make posters show New Bethel Baptist Church, :STATE OF Deceased.JOHN UGLOW. *
1 ing "Favorite Foods Served in Rev. A. Vinson pastor, will have NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Flowers WiredAnywhere No
the Lunchroom." This activity regular services all day beginningwith creditors of the estate of John Quantity Too Large
Tglow.[ deceased,
could be preceded by a surveyto Sunday School at 9:30: a. m., d and required to are file hereby any notifl-claimsr
discover pupils' favorite foods. SupL Hankerson in charge. Morn demands which they may have
o ing service at 11 gainst said estate in the office of Nona St. Starke or Small
Start with a list of good foods.. a. m., sermon he County Judge of Bradford Coun-I
Changes in food favorites may be' by the past.'r. During the evening y, Florida in the courthouse at ....
shown in chart form. service Holy Communion will be Starke, Florida, within eight cal- 1 .:. .. _. _::_ .:::' :_-_.- 7

Projects may be undertaken to served. All members and friendsare SEE US BEFORE SELLING

make the lunchroom more attrac asked to join in this service.
That's Our Business
tive. Older people can work on Allen Chapel, A.M.E. Church,

+ca Gwuuwd soe.i..rlot4dwl h .. table centerpieces, place mats, Rev. R. J. Washington pastor, If It's Glass We Have It!

+r, murals, or colorful Inexpensivecurtains. will hold regular pastorial dale CALL WRITE or VISIT
The atmosphere of th on Sunday beginning with Sunday 0 DILLARD KEENE

All thafs modern in ONE cleaner lunchroom Is often an Importantfactor School at 10 a. m., Supt Homer 1 Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
Ne.v4-WhMI
ROTO-DOLlY and you save 29" THIS WEEK Is in building food acceptance. Williams in charge. During theo Wet of Railroad Track, 1 1-2 Block from Signal Light

Parents are strongly urged tallow morning and evening service Holy
NO DUST BAG TO EMPTY! ANY GLASS NEED 117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.)
all children to Eucharist will
bit arcArdcrt l3OtlJf40 S 8 pc.set Deluxe Attach-0-Made eat hot lunchin be administered by
k err, srmpsrable- clcintrt Clip-on tools the school lunchroom every day. the; pastor. Music will be furnished We Design Modern Store Fronts PHONE 187
.. New Easy Action Zip-Clip The food is the Children's Just Mail
n.1 e 1a!rar well prepared and a by Choir with Mother Us A Pattern for
a Swivel-Top
.1.. iGi QrO t:L"'Aa Super Power-20,more suction/ .' i type ."A" or "B" lunch is served Pullum and Ozora J. Shell in Table TODS Starke, Fla.

% '- -J: -full%H.P.motor everyday by the manager Alma charge. The evening service will 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. __ _
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Amazing 3-D Rug Nozzle with Jenkins, and staff members, start promptly at 7 p. m. Senior I _. .
floating brush ----- --- -- -- -- --- --- --- ---
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with Motor-Drlvenl "!EAT$' Shag rug tool-optional Charity Williams and Inez High- choir will sing with Sisters Leggett --
DIRT lDISTUR8UUTOB 'T SWEEPS! Low priced-J20 tower. ; and Butler in charge. The
to$30 LESS than
J\ IT CL14MS'suction most comparable cleaner Adult EducationA. sermon will be preached by the

I For fast cleaning of carpets N. Anderson, area repre pastor and Holy Communion will Anyway look at it _

and large rugs.. '9919 $ sentative of the State Departmentof be served. All members are asked you

INTRODUCTORY without effort rata! 95 Education, Tallahassee, will to give liberally to the class lead

,RK orruti tot j9 Complete visit the Adult classes during this ers as the cost of living is risIng

. IIriU "US axr $ 7995"tJi_ { detune with week. More than 70 persons-have and we must support our

tools registered and paid $2 for this minister and his family.
f.: See live demonstration at our store at once or.. Service, but you are not taking Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, ..

j I I full advantage Of it. If you do Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, will

MAU DEPOSIT C. H. NASWORTHY not start coming out regularlyit hold Church School at 10 a. m.

S I25 may be necessary to close the with Supt. W. Brooks in change. ; .

tsa glast.aGENIAL: SUPPLIES classes. A special group for music All teachers and scholars are ax

r 232 E. Call St. Phone 198-J is being organized by E. E. urged 'to be present. Regular
t Minott, music specialist of the service will be held at Pleasant N

Grove Methodist. Phnw. with... the.
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Music will be furnished by the

church choir, Sister hi{. E. Robertsin

im; A.FA, (r b.t ,jQL1 _iftittct l Mi 'AYE! _--- charge.


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'9"9"99"9"99LAWTEY and Patricia Parrish were shop I Starke visited the Jesse Smith family. Jesse Hinson. While on their trip'Tinman, in Gainesville.Mr. IIvf4.

ping in Jacksonville on Saturday.,family last weekend.Mr. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. they saw the Blue Ridge Moun- and Mrs. John E. Koch of -

Miss Alice Raulerson spent and :Mrs. G. W. Roberta and Mrs. Carl Hilliard were Mrs. tains and Chimney Rock. Kankakee, HL were weekend From where I sit Joe Marsh

from Thursday to Saturday in had as Thanksgiving guests :Mr.I Bernard Rosier and family of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Sauls, Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. In- Jly

Jacksonville with her uncle and and Mrs. Geo. Roberts Jr. and son, Fort Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Leon Sauls, and Mr. gram Jr. and son, David. They .

By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannon Ricky, of Gainesville; J. P. Tatumof Starling and family of Lakeland, and Mrs. Guy Futch visited Mrs. I Kochs are the parents of Mrs.

&&&AAAAAAAAAA&&A&A&A s &A& Deland; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mrs. R. C. Keene of Jacksonville, Louise Griffis in St. Vincent's Ingram. They will visit Miami, Easy Coins

Jr.The John Brown family, the Silcox and son David, and Mrs.D. Mr. and Mrs. Vanice Keene and Hospital Tuesday evening. Key West, and other points of

:Miss Jackie Harley, who is Mitchell Brown family, and the. L. -Silcox, of Starke; J. U. family of Glen St Mary, and I Mr. and Mrs. L B. Thompsonand interest in Florida before their A Quick ProfitHear

staying: with her uncle and aunt, Ralph Wise family enjoyed the Perry of Keystone Heights, and Mr and Mrs. James Hilliard of- son spent Thanksgiving day return to Illinois. ...

Mr. and Mrs Nelson Blocker in Thanksgiving dinner at Highland Mrs. Catherine'Teare.. Flagler Beach. with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnsin Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hiatt and --Ift. .
Jacksonville, spent the weekend Jacksonville.The about Easy Roberta last Eal,'. money plug ten cents
Baptist Church.' II Mrs. Arthur Pearce and grand- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had daughter were fishing in Crystal
with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Friday? I helped him count his someone else had lost!
the J. C. James River last
Waters Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Starlingand daughter,'Miss Ginger Sapp, were as Thanksgiving guests family were
H. C. Harley. son Louie Lee, of the State shopping in Jacksonville on Sat- Prevatt Jr. family of Ocala, the Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Miss Marguerite Hiatt spent money-both before and after- From where I tit, I wouldn't

The Fred :Moore family, Mr. Farm visited the Steve. Starling urday. L. H. Harper family Of Starke, Mrs. Buford Higginbolham in the weekend with her uncle and 10 believe me, the story's true. want to try this "Easy" way to

and Mrs. Wesley Thomas and son family on Thursday, Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinsonand Sylvester Griffis and son of Plant Maxville. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wain- Easy was on the way to the make money. Usually, it tales

Jody, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. Coma Oriffia and children children spent the Thanksgiving City, and the Truman Norman Among those hunting in Ocala wright, at the State Farm. bank to deposit his "cookie Jar" time for a bank roll to grow.. ,

Mr.- ana Mri, !. D. Andrews, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griffis holidays with Mr. and Mrs. family On Sunday afternoon the State Forest last week were I Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and tarings-exactly $24.95 in nickels Just u it takes time for a frltJhi-

with .Mrs Hester Hlghstaith and spent Thanksgiving in Callahan H. J. Wilkinson at their cottage Raymond Prevail family, and B. Thomas, Donald, Dianne, D'I. Mrs. T. Wainwright were Mr. dimes and quarten. He had ship to STOW.But by respiting a

Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville I with the Charley Blalock family. inline Ocala State Forest. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hardee of Jack- W. and Sue Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. F. B. Wainwright and them in a paper bag and as we neighbor's rights-Including Kit

spent 'Thanksgiving in !I Mr. and Mrs. Harold, Normanand Miss Arthurine Blanchard of sonville visited the Prevails. Melton Clark and family, Frank family of Jacksonville Dan Wainwright crossed Main Street the bottom right to drink coffee, tea,beer or

Ocala with the David Boyer fami- family were guests of Mr. Jacksonville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Slrickland Johnson, and Dan and Edwin Jack Wainwright of fell out. buttermilk, whichever and when

ly. They were met there by Rev. and Mrs. Leon Norman in Miami with her father, A..M. Blanchard, of Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Starling.The Gainesville, :Mrs. Henry WainWright Money went flying.! Passers-by ever he ehooses-ifr wonderfulthe
E. D. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce sister Jenkins of Jacksonville and daughter, Patsy, and solid
last week. i and Miss Enza. % Johnny Theodore Crews roily pitched in to help recover the friendship yon can build.
Boyer Mr, and Mrs. Fred Boyer Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daughter, I Miss Elizabeth Terry spent i were Sunday dinner guests of the visited their daughters Mrs. son Clyde, and Mr. and Mrs. coins.Later on when Easy count. :You can "bank" on that.
and family, and Mrs. Jewell Royal, O. J. Anders 1.. L. Wainwright and of
in family. family
!Thanksgiving Ft. White, with
ed he had
Joan spent Saturday in Lake But Markilee Padgett and Mrs. J. T. up, $25.05.The"search
all of Tampa.and Mr. and Mrs. Miles. ,her aunt, Mrs Gus Terry, and in I Among those hunting in the the State Farm.WANTED had turned all of fJf(
ler with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Padgett, and their families in party" up J{
and
George Boyer of Plant
family Tom Tatum and sons attendeda Gainesville with her sister, Mrs.C. ,Olustee State Park last week Maxville on Thanksgiving Day.
City.Mrs. E. Strickland. 'were Harold, Gene and Emory : Clean Cotton Rags.
Mr. and
shoot in Lake Mrs. Welch
L. D: Hill of Tice visited turkey Butler on Eunice, Pete and Clyde Wainwright Green and Bradford Copyright, 1955, United Stotn Brewers FoundationWINTER
her brother Wednesday afternoon. Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tal- children of Clay Hill and Mr. and No Pants or Shirts. -
Harold Pearce last '
Winton Parrish
and Terry
weekend. Recent guests at the home of lahassee spent the weekend with Mrs. Herbert Nettles Of Jackson- County Telegraph. -. .- .. -- -. -._ ",
The Winton Parrish family at- Mrs. H. R. Sapp were Mr. and her mother and brothers. She and I Futch. !ville were recent guests of the --n -.__ _, ._ _- '-_-" -__' -_--,--..-_-_-.--_ _-_-__ _- '-' '
Mrs. Futch spent Friday in Jack- Recent guests at the home of Ed May
family.
ended a family reunion at'the Mrs. Clinton Westberry Sr., Mr.
sonville with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Lula Dority were Mr. and The Dan
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilk- and Mrs. Clinton Westberry Jr. Harley family and theJ. Now Open
and ,
Mrs. Milton
Du'ham. Jenkins family .
Sherwood
erson in Maxville on Sunday. and family of Jacksonville, and family of Starke
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buehholtz of Recent ArrivalMr. and Mr. and Mrs.. M. McDonaldof spent Thanksgiving with relativesin !

daughter were Thanksgiving Dinsmore.The and Mrs. Seeber Doyle An- Jacksonville.Mr.. and Mrs. Floyd Parrishof Daytona.Mr. SMITTY'SBARBER 'I

guests :of Mr. Norton's parents R. L. Smith family of Savannah drews ,announce the arrival of a Lake Butler the weekend and Mrs. Ralph Higgin-

in Tampa. the W. M. Smith family, daughter, Deborah Ann, at Ma- spent botham and Mr. and Mrs. Willis SHOP.
with the Aaron Sumner family.Mr.
Mrs. Fred Lang, and William and the Webb Kersey family of ternity Hospital in Starke, on Starling and family of Baldwin
.
I.Nov. 26. Mrs. Andrews is the and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand visited the Hub Harley family SPECIAL
Court Street
former Miss Ann Moore. sons of Jacksonville spent the this weekend. Opposite
I .weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Court House
I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood I Miss Catherine McDavid spent
Mosely Sr. I e
r spent from Wednesday night un- the weekend with her sister, :Mrs. 1 GAL PRESTONE
til Sunday in Miami with their :Mrs. John Shuford was calledto Louise Woods, in Starke. They ani[ YOUR PATRONAGEWILL
COMFORT IN o St. Augustine last week due to BE GREATLY ANTI-FREEZE 3-25
WITH son George, and family.Mr. went to High Springs and had I -
tea the illness of her daughter-in-law,
and Mrs. Harold Eunice APPRECIATED
I Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and
YOUR HOME ABIDE, and Mrs. Selma Eunice visited Mrs. Joe Shuford.Mr. Mrs. Henry McDavid.Mrs. B 355

little Karen Lane in the Umatilla : and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and A. H. Harley spent Thanks-

dUST INSULATE B G Hospital on Sunday. Tallahassee children spent with the relatives.Mr. weekend. in giving with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. H. SMITH' HEATER 29-W

: KEEP COLD OUTSIDE O'M. Ray Rosier and Steve Starlingwere : and Mrs. Robert Carlton Gaskins. Owner & OperatorAll INSTALL HEATER 4.50
Martha
in Starling the
fishing Santa Fe Lake on spent week-t .
and son of Jacksonville visited - -- '"
Thursday. end with her aunt, Mrs. Bertie ""' .:
-- -- "
Edwin Padgett of Highland the end.Frank Cruce family last week- ,-.... -- .. I II TOTAL PRICE 37.70

visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. -- -
\\-ilkerson-Bell --I
and Mrs. Ed Carter, last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bell an-
Miss Annie Ree Carter also visited
nounce the marriage of their 1.95
her parents on Thanksgiving day.
daughter, Marilyn, to Bryant TV Service I SPECIAL ONLY29
I Mr. and Mrs. James Starlingof
t. / / (Bunk) Wilkerson. The wedding
Starke attended services at
1 hi. : took place in Folkston, Ga. on
: the First Church Sun-
Baptist
----- Nov. 22. Add $1.95 For 12 Volt Systems
day morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyles spent Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
Cecil Hardee of Highland visit- Wednesday night in Gainesvillewith YOU SAVE 7.75BUY TODAY!

ed Mr. and Mrs. Jay Eunice, and
..
Fully .
Equipped
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hicks. DependableAll -
grandmother Dowell last Sunday

afternoon. With Frostproof the Hicks on Thursday they motored and spent to Makes and Models Cars and Trucks --- All Makes

ILDERS Mr. and Mrs. Mae Tanner
r ;
y the weekend with Mr. Lyle's par-
\and Mrs. Ed Carter visited Mrs.

Leila Mae Carter at Clay Hill ents.Mrs. All Models
BUILDERS SUPPLIES last Sunday.. Bell Martin and baby of CHAS. C SHEPHERD !

Titusville spent the weekend with ,
H. F. Parmenter of Starke was
her mother, Mrs. Mandy Manning.Mr. .I
Sunday dinner guest of his broth- : and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Rowe. the Frank Jones family of Key- Phone 239 Starke, Fla. PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA.
stone enjoyed a fish at Ce-
The O., J. Phillips family had fry -, I .
as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and dar Keys on Thanksgiving. ---.. ----- ---.- -..,, -. --.- ----.-._--,------, .---- -- --,------_-. ,- "-. ,._ :- ; _;.; :--"ZJ:: =: _ff'r.-: _.?"
Norman Hamilton of Jackson-
Mrs. Coleman Phillips. Mr. and ... .
villee spent the weekend with his
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Mrs. Leslie Phillips and son, Erie, .u .
parents :Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
of Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. James i
Hamilton. I
Phillips, and Eddy Hilliard of
Glenn Crews and :Miss Jean

to avoid CONAiSION' Tampa.Mr. Griffis were married on Nov. 13 in .
J and Mrs. Joseph Starlingand
Folkston, Ga. Glenn returned to 1 I'I
daughter, Geraldine, spent Miami this week where he is
Sunday afternoon in Callahan I
serving in the Army. Mrs. Crews
with the David Summer family.
I I will remain with her parents,
Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke and Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Griffis, un-
,
'. PAY BY CHECK/ mother, Mrs. Mary Reddish, were {il his return. :

Thursday dinner guests of Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamiltonare .
and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.
moving to Jacksonville where
Mrs. Nelson Privett and daugh-
Lynn is employed.
ters, Alma and Bernice, attendedthe
Some people get "all mixed up" in financial revival at Evergreen Church Misses Lois and Shirley Tan- .
ner spent the weekend in Jacksonville -
matters. They don't know: several nights last week.
I with Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence '
Sunday dinner guests Of Mr. -
How much they have paid, or to whom. ;.1 and Mrs. Troy Bennett were Mr. Mosely. 'i. i'
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Suber, "
and Mrs. Buster Bennett, and son .
How they're coming out at the end and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand -
Joey, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson -
of the month; and daughter of Jack- family of Jacksonville, were -, .. ,.
I '
recent guests at the home of :Mr.

In which direction they are going financially: sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Mrs. Luther Hilliard. n. ." __ ', _
Bennett .
and sons of Daytona.The
.
The Milo Smith family spent -0'-
All such confusion ends when one.pays ;I Gainesville H. T. Markham family of Thanksgiving at Silver Springs.

by check. Do you? If not, we invite you to weekend spent Thanksgiving Thanksgiving guests at the
with the Dan Starling
open a Checking Account at this bank. family. home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch i e wish to take this opportunity to
were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gar-
Mrs. Les Prevatt and daughter
rett and family of Tallahassee,
of the State Farm visited her

,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Grif Peggy Mrs. Johnny Carter Crawford and son and of Mac-Mrs. thank the people of Starke and surrounding

tis, on Sunday. We are glad to
clenny, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. :Mc-'
I report that Mrs. Griffis is much
FLORIDA BANK at STARKE'Member / \ Stephenson, Mr. and :Mrs. John:
improved after a recent attack for the wonderful
area support given us
of flu. Crews and :Mr. and Mrs. John D. I

:Moye of Jacksonville, and the
Florida National Group Mrs. Leona Edwards and Mrs.
Leon Saul family of Starke.

4pt1 '[1 Herbert Sunday in Hildreth Fernandina and son with spent Mr. The Earl Mosely family spent i during our operation of the Colonial Florist

I' Thanksgiving holidays in Spar-
and
and Mrs. Bryant Tucker
tanburg, S. C. with Mr. and Mrs.

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,yyyyyyyyyyy".yy 15 in honor of her daughter, Nancy Week of have I I
Prayer. Programs guest of the Hamiltons was Mrs. Clearwater! last weekend. I
who was three years old. Outdoor been held each day from .2 to 31 I Florrid Hamilton of Bradenton. Mrs. using as his subject "The Great a family reunion at Jack Wilkin
Schley H. DeLoach of "
Resurrection.
BROOKER l{ I( games were played and prizes p. 'm. The final program today 'I' Lee Gainey of Jacksonville Is Jacksonville visited Mrs. W. T.I We will son's home last Sunday. All of Y

awarded to Dwight Thomas and (Friday) will be from 3 to 4 p.I spending a few days with friends [Blair last Thursday.We church have services at this the brothers and sisters, as wellas
Nancy Benevar. 'Refreshments m. when the Sunbeams and GA's !and relatives here. next Saturday night and the children of Jack and Dum-
By Sin. E. B. Cast1en.AAAAAAAAAAA closed the afternoon of fan. will present the story of The Life I Miss, Reginia Benton of La- are happy to have :Mr. and every Saturday night until fur py were present and enjoyed the

AA .uu. Dates To ,Keep 'In Mind and Death of Lottie Moon, under Crosse spent a few days last week Mrs. Ralph Hardy and family of ther notice. Rev. Jim Lingerfelt dinner and visiting with one
.1 I |Hahira, Ga. move to our will deliver the
community.
Candlelight Sunday, Dec. 4, ,L. L. Parker the direction of Mrs. Frank Tin- with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones. message this Sun- another. 4
tServlce ,
I urday. Everyone .
welcome.We
The WMU of the Brooker Baptist will be ordained to the ministry ney and Mrs. E. L. Lester. : :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson spent< I
:, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Mrs. are working on our build Ii
18 at Brooker Baptist Church, 2:30 HOC WorkshopThe Thanksgiving Day with the R. A. i
Church' met Friday, Nov. I Mattie I
ing fund to finish
Barry, Francis church
at .the church with the president,' p. m. Home Demonstration Club :.Colsons and the F. F. Flumes in and and our WANTED-PECAN'S
Wilbur building and add
Brooker PTA will meet Dec. 8, met Monday, Nov. 28, at the Starke. Barry attended a birth- some needed I I
Mrs. M. O. Harrell, conducting
I Center. day dinner in honor of Mrs. Mat- classrooms. We are growing in I Xo quantity .too large or too ..
business meeting. Following the 7:30 p. m. Mrs. H. H. Henderson, Community The members Kenneth Mott of Pensacola
'Music painted wild flowers and leaves tie Barry at the J. E. Hardy numbers, as well as in spirit and smalL Cash market prices. See
teacher, will have charge
officers of the Girls spent a few days with his
par-
program home need these i 1 I
in Starke us before
last rooms as Dillard
Sunday. i soon as selling. Keene,
Auxiliary were installed in an Jof! the program, featuring the: to make holiday arrangements. ents, Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott. sible. pos 117
impressive candlelight ceremony Brooker Glee Club I Visitors at this meeting were Mrs. Among those attending the We are glad to heat that Z.I! | W. Brownlee, Starke. "What! I put the can in your
W. Hamilton came Jim Strickland returned to Du- sandwiches Instead of the sardines
home
conducted by, Mrs. E. L. Lester I Monday Dec. 5, the New River: Theo Dyal and Linda Gayle Green. 60th anniversary celebration of from the]I val Medical iI i
Gainesville hospital last Center last week and I ? You're dining at the
and Mrs Roy Green, as follows: Baptist Assn. Mass Meeting will! The T. C. Stalnakers of Ft. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews at :Monday. had another i
White were guests of the W. C. Miss Ann Gainey was honored I cancer removed from Are All Cold Guidon Grill!ttSand"iches
;
President, Virginia Parrish; Pro;be held at Brooker Baptist! New River Church on Thanksgiving his hand
with a and one treated in I .
surprise his
Stalnaker family Wednesday of party on her
gram Chairman; Linda Gayle Church. Day were the Russell Green I nose. Seems he has Remedies Alike? will
last week. birthday, given by her mother an abundance ,
Green Secretary, Jean Endicott; family, the L. L. Parkers and .I
; Tues., Dec. 6, the Buelah Ha.rleU of these
Mrs. Ida Weeks of Santa Fe Mrs. E. A. Gainey, last Saturday cancers to be removed. I II No! For exempla 666 is the wide- : often bore you
Treasurer, Janice Green. Glenda, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, the
Circle will meet at 7:30 m. :
Clifton
p. Carter activity which !
is a guest of the Wade Harrells !afternoon. I I I was hunting on ; medicine combines 4 A hot lunch
Birthday Party with Mrs. J. K. Douglas.The L. A. Greens, Mrs. John Cone, ,,.,Thanksgiving Day and I of the most effective, widely-pre "
to
is better for
this week. seemed ; you.
Mrs. Bill Genevar entertained Brooker WMU is engaged Mrs. Alice Edwards, and Coy Ed- ........ ; suffer scribed drugs known to relieve ail
I Ardell Waters of Dundee visited ................i,! a light stroke in his left'' cold miseries sooner. 666 is i
more
I wards.
12 young guests at her home Nov. this week in the Lottie Moon side. We wish '
Mr. and Mrs.. G. W. Davis last him a speedy re- : potent and gives positive, dramatic,
week. :Mr. and :Mrs. Aubrey Hazen LONG I covery. ', rapid relief from miseries of all It ind t GUIDON GRILLGeorge
nade a business trip to Valdosta, BRANCHi! of colds. That's why 666 is unsurpassed I
Sonny Jones visited Fran Willisin Ga. Tuesday.Mrs. Westberry Griffis has been one I in effectiveness. Try it.

: DeLeon Springs last weekend. Virginia Sibley of Crystal hy Airs i. L. Strickland ,i I sick list for some time and we No other cold remedy p j.. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Lake and Mrs. Alice Edwards (I(!understand he got worse Sunday I can match 656 liquid 6 6
@ JThA @ and family were guests of Mr. frAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA afternoon and was rushed to the I or 666 Cold Tablets. V I Starke. Fla.
visited the Cliff Kellys in Wild- ,.
{: and Mrs. E. C. Lewis last Sunday.Mrs. wood last week. We offer our sympathy to the'I:hospital Earnie and Irene Pad- -- ,-

Thomas was guest of honor, relatives of Rena gett were not at church Sunday

:, cif:1 as it was her birthday.Mrs. Mr.Ormond and Mrs.Beach Dewey visited Pinholsterof Miss ville, who passed away Griffis last of week.Max-!i.. night as they had gone to help

Mae Mott visited Mrs. Joe She has been I'Westberry's family. We wish hima
last week. an invalid for sever-I Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets
Lubedia Pinholster
@ Kelly in the hospital and Mrs. al years. complete recovery.
Alice Davis in Gainesville last Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. Hodgeswere I I All of Yougan :
A Padgett's
recent guests of their daugh- part of the Middleburg Adult I I who family II j Billy Rose Parrakeet FarmOn
'- Wednesday. I Training Union are at home were down with
Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Crews of ters, Miss Lavonia Hodges and gram at the put on the pro- : the flu last week, but some were I Highway 21 Keystone Heights

\ 4hTL1.lJI: : Melrose were overnight guests of Mrs. Carl T. Edwards, in Gaines- Sunday night Clay with Mr.Hill Cubbly Church, I able to attend Sunday School and I .y

1 the G. B. Colsons last Tuesday. ville.Sgt. the director, in charge. Church i i Tropical Fish Black Mollies
svetatj'raO.JC Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnsonand Roswell Kelly Of St. Louis H. Saunders of Rev. L. I Jim Strickland and Rev. Lane, i

family of Alma Ga. visitedthe Mo. is spending several days with Heights delivered Jacksonville I pastor of Clay Hill Church, were I Baby birds easily trained, full of lore and affection. Blake
the
1Cpl Lee Parrishes last Thursday. his mother, Mrs. Doris Kelly. message. .evening i I'visiting folks in this neck of the{i.! wonderful pets. All la full plumage In all colors. Blues In an

Calling on 'Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cpl. and Mrs. Vernon Overturf We did woods Saturday afternoon. Rev. I shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced blues.

tokes Sr. last Thursday were have purchased a new house trailer er not have many alt Pray- Lane said he hadn't any idea I 11 AU raised and acrlaimated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to
Meeting last
'j \Ir. and Mrs.,Rudolph Stokes and and at present are located near, so of Wednesday night, I there were so many people living I 11 choose front.
\'Jf.\ Family of Hague, Mr. and Mrs. Parker's Store. Mrs. Overturfand many our regular attendees in this part of the country. He I

1 +es Oewey Stokes and family of Jacksonville children plan to go to West were sick and not able to get says that he and Jim are going OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND
c
NT G aer+ and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Virginia with Cpl. Overturf when out.J.. L. Strickland to hunt some more of these folks I Also Beautiful Selection of CagesThe
Sat-
preached
la \apt Stokes and family of Graham.Mr. he returns. lup I before long.
urday
night at Clay Hill Church,
'c raE\O' and Mrs. Joe Ray Harris We are sorry to hear of the The Wilkinsons and Bells had

&rftswA i 1nd family of Ft Myers spent death of Mrs. Doyle Hazen's I ,
l
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S e'tA rhursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. father. Mrs. Hazen lives in Lake -
\\.G\
1 Harrell and Mrs. Loca Waters. Butler, but is employed here with

-tD Alsa guests of Mrs. Waters were, Southern Oil & Chemical Co.

s Lt. and Mrs. Larry Brown and Also sorry to report that Mrs.

son. Lt. Brown is in the Air Henry Hodge was taken to the' Most Appreciated Gift

from Force and has just returned from hospital in Gainesville last Friday.

Tceland. They left this week for Mrs. Jackie Chapman of Colum- Is The USEFUL
Gift
") ,....... Washington, D. C., where they will bus, Ga. spent the weekend here
COlllbinatlO 33756RACEtETTL reside. Mrs. Brown will be re- with Mary Francis Hazen.

broubt'aad wotckl7 .. membered as the former Mary Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and This Christmas
l.w.s. 4'foNt cryN frkslid.P.d.To* Ellen Waters. Mrs. Ida Rahn of Raiford, Mr. we are in a better position than ever beforeto

e;:
Brooker, and roomate, Miss and Mrs. Banie Mott spent several

Vaughree Shelton, formerly of days last week fishing at Salt "V expanding Office Supply Department we now have on display -

Aubuindale, both residing at 216S. Springs. i many items that we could not stock before. Come in and
W. 4th Ave. in Gainesville,
\ ''; :#. 4'/ ANTRe Setf wiadtngs were recent guests of Mr. and Murline weekend Rogers of Moultrie of her, Ga. ",,f. look around for a USEFUL Gift ._w one that will be appreciatedthe
0 + was the guest par-
luntiaout 1
.Shockmatter< ; Mrs. Robert Green in Palatka.It's .
'eweT :StoisleiisteeF"sS0 ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rogers.Mr. whole year through. '
cane grinding time again
and Mrs. Bill Terry and
<\ and those at this
busy
among
.. -7'1 daughter: and Alan Land visitedMr.
job are Wade Harrell John Mc-
:.. and Mrs. H. P. Land in Pen-
Neil, and R. I. Mann.Thgnksgiing .
-r' -t: : sacola during the Thanksgiving By Popular Demand \ -- -

,. ","< jHOU was homecomingday holidays. They also made a
: for the E. B. Crosby family. bUSi-1 Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
X59 /' ness trip to New Orleans, l
Y.Nock inlay\ accent + Allthe children were home for J. H. Poppell of Lakeland i'id I Our Stock of t

the engraved end piece. the day: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ed Poppell of SL Augustine visit-
Accurate 1 {ewetmove.,,' O'g+tieIent. \ Howard and children of Jackson ed C. B. Colson and other friends by

Nylon cord' bond. ville, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cros last Saturday. \

SINCLAIR.styling. 17 jewels New modem Hadtey \ by and family of Gainesville, and Rev. and Mrs. John Lewis and ( tdzook I It

expansion style' band. t \ ". Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt of family visited the Elmer Eunice

$3975 t i Starke. and James Humphries families in

Mr! and ,Mrs. Purvis Lewis and I Fernandina last weekend.
-/
--IV son and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie! Melba Tetstone and Sonny and

lOIN bet pereiteeJ DUIAPOWM fcAlttP"IN6 \/ Lewis and family of Jacksonvillewere Sandra Jones were weekend guests Is the Largest and Most Beautiful we have

Th."-1'IIaI Nmr Vail ( guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pill tt t of Miss Ovada Willis in .Deleon ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied

Baxter and Mrs. Ella Lewis last t Springs. Esterbrook user, ask the man who owns

Thursday. Among those hunting in the one. Pens, Pencls and Desk Sets by

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f iMrs. Thomas Hamilton were Mr'. were the L. L. Dyals, J. K. Doug

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Starke. Florida I Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. AlI -. ton, Ernest Douglas, and purs size pen and
Hamil-1 The Popular pencil in handy find
I bert Shaw of Gainesville. FridaLARGE y Dyal. On Friday Mr. able co,.. Choice of -

r H. C. Douglas went down point, choice of 6
day. : DESK SET pastel color $5.00 -=

Thanksgiving dinner guests of I Aulo-Fil Desk Pen Set-with the
Rev. and Mrs. Ressie Carlton were pen that fiHi itself from a giant h k-
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Goodson and In Black # O fountain In the boss Founto'xs-hose

family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ad- needs Ink only 4 times yearly in
X 3.25 normal use. Choice of point, choke
Carl-
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ton, all of Gainesville.Mr. ,
and :Mrs. Ned Hicks and
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family, and Mrs. Wilson Russ and I' d

I children visited the Frank Polksin 3.75
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Trenton last Sunday.

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M. O. Harrell and Mrs. Buelah I
Motels
Restaurants, Banks Service Stations
Harrell last Friday were Mr. and
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Mrs Wallie Crews of Melrose, ,
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DRESSEDWiti Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jacksonville, /

and Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings.!
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Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas NOW!' The'
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and children spent Thanksgivingwith
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1] in Foley Ala. Mrs. Groover Thomas Ideal of your choice brook Pen and notching Pvth*
r accompanied them back home. MORE FEATURES .Into the barrel Pencil Gleaming metal cop
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/ I Gift boxed . $1.73
. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Jr.,

01 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas, .MORE VALUE !I Gift Give them an Esterbrook this Christmas .

x Janet Thomas, and Mr. Harrison,
J t one of many beautiful pen and pencil sets,
I all of Gainesville, spent Thanks- for
= Any' giving with Mr. and Mrs. Benny or a marvelous desk pea set. All will be

Thomas Sr.Thanksgiving. presents of easier, smoother writing because

e. j guests of Mr. and {!,I Student, you choose the right point for any kind, any

Mrs. Tim Thomas were Monticellol Mr. and way of writing. More than 30 point styles.
Mrs. Carl Thomas of Teacher

Mrs. Bill Benevar and children, ,
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and R. G. and Wilbur Thomas.Mr. .

and Mrs. J. C. Harrell had HouseWife- ;

RANGEELECTRIC as dinner guests Sunday J. A. REMINGTON OFFICE EQUIPMENT l

Connerly of Leesburg Drew Dukesof

L- Lucille Harris
Worthington
When in need of the Heavier
and children Of Ft. Myers, Lt. 0 aetite. Items of

and Mrs. Larry Brown, Mr. and or Office Equipment Desks Chairs '

a REFRIGERATOROR Mrs. Wade Harrell, Mrs. Loca Filing Cabinets:) etc Get Our Prices -

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will be convinced that here BusinessMan *
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Stallings, and Alan Land. superb portable delivery on everything you need We will appreciate the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and typewriter that opportunity to quote
I gives you beautiful printwork and
24 Mos. To Pay family spent Thanksgiving weekend
a new ease of operation-it's quiet
with relatives in
Small Down Payment Dade City, and Winter Leesburg// too. It's the 'only portable with .
90 Days FREEZER Miracle Tab and 34 other
outStanding -
Guests of Mrs.
Mary Green
No Finance Charge during the holidays were Nance useful features. Budget TERMS IFDESIRED Also Remington Adding MachinesTERMS

and Doris Thompson of Miami Terms.Test Typing trials! arranged

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pinkston TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE _
THIS OFFER GOOD FOR THE REMAINDER OF
and family of Washington, D. C.,

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jones of West .

THIS YEAR! Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Mall-

ette Hale Of Starke, and Mrs. H.

O. Brown of Worthington.Mr. Bradford
County TelegraphPhone

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE and family. and Mrs.of DeFuniak F. M. Vickers Springswere Jr.

visiting Mr. and Mrs. G.

222-224 Ave. E. Green last Thursday.Mr. 29 Starke, Fla. Fate 18790
Temple U. S. 301 Starke, Fla Phone 166
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and Mrs. Coleman Padgett

I visited relatives in Dundee andi"I