Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bishop Bowl Game t'bS. CaseMrs

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1 Power plant SuperintendentRiley Anna J. Manning of Hamp"

And Wasdin presented a prob- ton Junction is free under $3,000 _

lem to the Council Tuesday night, ,bond after admitting knowledge of

: when he informed them that due the murder of an Ocala Negro on
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to a partial breakdown of Clay ,Thanksgiving day and driving to"!'

Jreet Electric facilities, the City may ,man who killed him to Ocala.

not have enough electricity Friday Sheriff P. D. Reddish said Mrs

night for its regular services and Manning a white woman, uidicat-
Here i,ed she will plead gvilty and throw
for lighting the athletic field dur ir

S ing the Strawberry Bowl football i .,. r t herself on the mercy of the court _
Friday (She was arrested Saturday Reddish
game. II
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charged with
The being
Council told Wasdin to turnoff _
the street lights if necessary, -i I an "accessory after the fact. '
but when he told them that this James Dennis. 41. has admitted

S would only partially solve the : FIRST UNIT UNLOADED !j,,during killing a 31-year-old scuffle over Horace a pistol Simms owned

I problem, the Council advised him' I i

Kickoff for an evening of Pictured above are the two crack football squads that will compete in t.oth> teams have gained re-I, to meet the problem as best he''I \\.nt-1cm..._._ ..... ".... },..".. .,....1...". .WC"A.._:n'. um_._.._'neo.-_" u tie_ saia_ tIllS.. is. just a j I were by driving Mrs. Manning back to, while they

thrilling football is scheduled for the first annual Strawberry Bowl game here Friday night.Top: spect from their opponents ; could. .I installing the 7iscTo; : generators!I target date and is not definite. !I Junction from the Negro Hampton quartersin

8 tonight (Friday) when Bishop Kenny. Below: Quincy. season and emerged with impres- Clay Electric has been furnish-, recently purchased by the City of| Bryden has been hired by the Hampton, the sheriff said. Den-
p.m. sive records. Quincy defeated ing the city about 500 kw of
Starke from New Bern N. C. toj
city the nis is
to .
oversee installation.The being held without bail.
the Quincy Tigers meet the Bishop -I Children's Home at 'Umatilla. :Mayor W. T. Jackson and Elks Marianna in a rip-snorter to be- electricity- in the city's emergency,,.I IS increase voltage in the city's White Motor Co. was the Worked For Husband

Kenny Crusaders at the The Bradford High Band and [Exalted Ruler J.: R. Kelly will come the Northwest Conference but last week a serious break- power lines.J. .
original manufacturer of the Dennis had worked for Mrs
Bradford Stadium in the first an- Quincy Band will proviae march-I head the parade. Auto owners champions, and Bishop Kenny down in REA facilities cut off W. Haney of the Tampa Ar- equipment Manning and her husband before

ing music for the Bowl parade have been asked by officials to came out with 6-4-1 record after this power. mature Works, supervising tha
The used the
nual Strawberry Bowl. I equipment was pur- latter's death last December
which will swing down Templeclear! the streets after 2:30 so meeting some top-notch competition. Wasdin said the City now is! project, said three more engines
Elks Club chased from New Bern for $175- Reddish said, and admitted visiting
from this
Proceeds Ave. at 4 this afternoon. The pathe bands will have room to ,' running within 40 kw of capacity are to be shipped down and in- 000 and when in operation will almost her several times since she
sponsored occasion will go to rade will go down Temple to Call, perform on Call St. Admission for the event is' and that he has his fingers!! stalled. He hopes to have all five double the voltage in thecity's 'the fruit stand at the Junction., _

charities such as Christmas baskets through the business district and The Quincy Band is slated tout I $1.50 for adults and 75 cents crossed. engines installed by early January. lines. j On Thanksgiving, Dennis hired

and'the Harry Anna Crippled > Church St. (entertain with, a halftime show. for children. He later told the Telegraph I R. A. Bryden, of the Diesel Engine power i Simms to drive him from Ocala to
Pictured above is first of the
S that he would know late Thurs Division White Motor Co.
'see Mrs.
day afternoon whether Clay Electric said it will probably be about!huge units to be moved into the I Manning, the sheriff said _
REA Tax Issue Basketball Season Now Under \Way County Is Barred I reconstructing the murder events. _
; can. give .starke an assist t d May before the job is completely!1 plant here. a .IA t third man, James Smith, came _
(Friday night or not.C'It they with them.

Colors Election Boys, Girls Play Baldwin TuesdayBradford I From Making cut can't and off might," street he have said and to he white-way pull will one have light small to;Santa To Arrive Saturday Morning; I I(Jning'she After and gave Dennis they them arrived went each into, a Mrs.the beer house Man-and I IS

1955-56 basket- Fund Donations I circuit. If they can help us outeverything 'I'Ito talk. While there Dennis apparently -
At KeystoneKeystone ban teams, girls and boys, openedthe : will be all right." Prizes Given Away That Afternoon picked up a .22 pistol

season last night (Thursday) 4 Mayor Shuford Wasdin said: "It will be too bad I Simms tried to get Mrs. Manning -

with the girls meeting Green Cove The Bradford County Board of if we have to have the city to pay him $10 for bringing
Heights won't tax About 30 organizations have 11 the 9:30 train and will get off at
_ the REA-not yet a while, that Springs at 7, and the boys coming J'fs Re-elected Commissioners cannot buy Christ-:',blacked-out in town. We with all those visitors I floats and marchers in the annual,,1 the Call St. crossing. Mrs. How Dennis to see her. She refused,

is. .on the floor at 8 against Ft. Mc- mas Seals, or donate money to I haven't even beer Christmas-parade Saturday morning -,said he and his three helpers are but indicated she might give him

Opponents of the plan to make Coy's five. j I In Lawtey VoteChas. such causes as the Boy Scouts or able due to to have the our Christmas lights" Mrs. Marian Howe, Chamber coming straight from the North $4 to pay for his gas.
Ion shortage. I Go
-I Clay Electric Cooperative sub- All of Bradford's home gamesare Cancer Fund, according to a power of Commerce secretary, said this Pole. Santa will stay in town all I I For Whiskey
scheduled start at 7:30, but ruling by the Attorney Generalof I week, and drawings for in'i The three Negroes, along witha
ject to city taxes won sweeping R. Shuford was re-elected prizes day to listen to the wishes of the

victories in the city election held Thursday night's openers were set J mayor of 1.4wey la &0 annual city Florida."In Groups To PlanDistribution the merchant's! program will high |kiddies and to give prizes to win Negro boy who got off the bus
at the Junction then
went to the
Tuesday in Keystone Heights. u J$>$:aM$. request Ft.5 MHe I election held there Tuesday. Shu- the past we have given L light the afternoon. ners of the merchant's contest.

a M. U Beasley, incumbent mayor Coy;became' of (he travel distance. I ford polled 109 to 60 for his oppon. money to these causes, but we Mrs. Howe said the following I I All this week merchants of the Lome Negro quarters in On Hampton the to buy
Scores of the games were note cannot do it because : Of Xmas Baske'ts groups will be *p the city have been their whiskey. way back
was re-elected for another I at, H. C. Klly) : Lawtey businessman any more the represented, giving : cus- Simms and Smith
S term by a decisive 108-51 vote known at press time yesterday.Girls I and oueUman., ,Attorney General said it is, illegal parade lineup: Chief t>-'PDli.eJ't[:tomefs rhajGces on_ prizeswhicb. seat were in the front
of Simms'-1950: Chevrolet
over his opponent, W- J. White- Coach Nina Andrews Incumbent Marshall D. B. Thomas ," County Clerk Charles TheStsrkeLOdge of Elks, joined Bradford High Band, Color Guards,|will be given away on the Courthouse and
started a Veteran team with San- by members of the Lions, Rot- American Legion Locomotive, lawn at 5:30 afternoon. was in the back with the
sides, former councilman and I was returned to office for a one- Darby said. Saturday !
businessman. dra Strickland, Jackie Prevatt, : ary, Chamber of Commerce, Ministerial Sheriffs Car, Dodge Motors, pistol held between his legs. The
:year term by a vote of 112 to 59 "The money should be used to
and Jean Johnson as forwards; Alliance, and Welfare : boy got out of the car when
Scout Troop 70, Lions Club, Coca Seventeen
Beasley has sided with Council- for W. P. who has stores have displayedthe
I II Kemp, previously pay costs of what may be reasonably I he discovered Dennis had
Babs Lance, Kay Rowland, and Board, will meet this week to discuss 1-Cola Co., BHS football team, Beta will a pistol.
prizes the
they for
men Fred Dodd and H. L. Ownbeyin 'I I ]l been an unsuccessful contender considered advertising and I give I Simms
Anne Williams as guards. There and organize the delivery ol: Sigma Phi, Farm, Home Auto asked Dennis to let him
contest. The
opposition to all tax-REA for this office. beneficial 'county gifts include $7.95
proposals publicity to the I
during the continuing fight is also a veteran letterman on reserve Among the three councilmen I I ," the ruling said. more than 100 baskets of food and I Supply, Red Seal Electric Co., JunWoman's of merchandise from Alvarez: I have the gun to insure Mrs. Man-
to at any time. toys to the homes of underprivileg ior Club :ning's paying him the money he J
go.n Ford Motors, I Clothing Store $9.95 flash
that been issue a cam
has waged over the I elected for two-year terms, C. R. I
The boys aren't as fortunate as : "Regardless of the fact that the ,ed and needy families in Stark Sales I asked for. Dennis refused and
Motors Pontiac
- during the past year.: Whitehead was high man with 81 Libby Mercury era set from Bullington's Gift
the girls to be loaded with lettermen I. I Boy Scouts i is one of our really and Bradford County before Dealers >Smith asked Simms to stop the
_ Dodd led the ticket in the votes; Dave L. Shuford was second I and Sandra Johns,$Shop, $7.50 ladies bill fold and I
but Coach Hobbs has three I great or anizations. I am unableto Christmas. car so he could get out.
I i Civic Defense Queen. lighter set, man's cuf
'race or a link
Council with a total of 118 with 80 and O. J. Phillips ,
votes. Owribey was second high lettermen back from last year's ;I.polled 59. Shuford and Phillips see where a contribution by, < Chairman of the Elks basket tj! Woman's Club B&PW Club I set, from Barksdale's Dept. Store!, i I Reddish said Smith told him that _
team to build around Glenn i iI i the county to the Boy Scouts ''Mrs. ,an soon as the car was stopped he
with 101. are; incumbents. Unsuccessful:j I committee 'is Phil P. Vitsky, and I Young's Class, CAP Unit, a chicken dinner from the Guidon
Third seat on the Council was Reddish, Jerry Lawson and Gus '(candidates were Ralph Wise with I'I could be considered publicity ." (:members of his committee are J Phillips 66 Service Station, Chevrolet Grill, a $9.95 table lamp from the j started running back to Hamp-

won by G. E. Wiggins, who polled I iKopelousos. They will be backed 56 votes, B. E. Reddish (incum- !I the Attorney General said. IR. Kelly, Exalted Ruler of the local 1 Co., and the Chamber of I Koch Drug Store, a $7.95 crystalset ,I shot ton. While running he heard a

an even 100. Wiggins has likewise up by Curtis McGee, Buck Gill bent) 52, and L. P. Rafuse 34. i i I lodge, Robert Green, M. VaughnGene Commerce Santa Claus float. from Williams Jewelry a $9.95 looked back and saw Simms

S frequently expressed opposi I Kenneth Noegel Randall Davis, Mrs. Ethel D. Reddish, who was CommissionersTo Long, Jerome Johns. J. D" I' Santa Claus will ride on the Universal travel iron from Starke !|lying on the ground and Dennis

tion to proposals' to tax Clay Elec, and Gene Norman. unopposed in her bid for re-elec- I Doyle, Inman Green, Steve Simmons : fire truck along with his three!Hardware. ![standing against the car.

tric. Both teams, girls and boys, play !tion as city clerk, received 97 votes. Erect Fence Billy Noegel, Irvin RobbinsMorris I, pretty helpers, Judy Dankel, Syl-I I A $6.95 billfold and lighter set j Boys Hear Shout.

Incumbent Councilman Everett ,Baldwin (there) Tuesday night. The new officials will be sworn Carter. a"hd Carl- Roberts I. ,via Paulk, and Glenda Underhill. from Dahmer's Gift Shop, a $6.95; I Two Hampton boys, Wayne
1 On Thursday night, Dec. 15, the i The baskets will be 11 1 Mrs. Howe said the marchers;!lampel sweater from Leila's Dress ,Matchett and James Home, told
Fox, who said in a pre-election, in at the first council meeting in Around Jail i prepare 1
statement that ". Keyston;. A and B boys travel to Fernandinafor January. \land delivered on Dec. 23 from th iejwill, I form at the fair grounds at I,Shop, a $22.95 vanity fair console I the sheriff they were driving by

could have many necessary im games. After that the teams Mitchell Brown and H. C. Kelly 'Elks home on Temple Avenue, am L.d1015{ : a.m. and proceed up Temple'phonograph from Ducky's, a $6.50 |about that time and heard Dennis
Iwill enjoy Christmas holidays be- The Board Of County Commis-; all children Ave. at 10:30. The parade will electric, clock from McGriff shout to them to stop the man who
provements if the REA would I.I 'are holdover members of the coun- I who may be in the vie go I IiI. Appliances -
fore starting in on a full and complete jloners Monday accepted a low bid I 'down Temple Ave. to Call St., then' was running. They didn't stop
agree to pay more than the $-W a '('11. ;'nity on that day will be given ; a $9.95 gold watch.bandfrom L
slate beginning Jan. 6. of $729 from Quigley and Davis i !I j bag of sweets and mixed fruits'Vitsky I east on Call. It will proceed to Gem Jewelry, a $10.95 Mayfield the sheriff said because they
tx they now was
year pay
I II to erect seven-foot South Walnut thought it was "just a bunch of
- fourth man with 75 votes snelline!! I a Cyclone- said. Sen. Charley E:: St. via Bay ands table lamp from Denmark

defeat 'for -his" re-election 'bid. I I .\City Employs type fence around the rear partof : 1 Johns, who has been acting a j ,Madison Sts. Turning off of Wal- Furniture, $7.50 credit on repairs j drunk Negroes."

Wm. Lee fifth man in the Council Prices Better county jail property. Santa Claus and head delivery bo iy; nut south of the Super Test Sta- I from Shepherd's Radio and Television ] Dennis told the sheriff that after

race, trailed with 62 votes. Night OperatorFor Purpose of the fence is to protect i- for the Elks since the lodge wa s ''tion it will go down Thompson two $5 boxes of toys from: I[shooting car and drove Simms he put him in the
{ the dirt
east Call *
to the roe
on Courthouse and
Interpreted as an added victory confiscated automobiles another j I|organized in 1950, will again pla;y
On Nut Auction 2-Way RadioThe I that important 'disband near the First Baptist: the Bottom Dollar, and $8.95 wool where the body was found Saturday
for anti-tax-REA sentiment i part, Vitsky an*
property that is stored i in I nounced. Church. I twin sweater set from the Eagle by Starke Police Chief W. E.
the election of Mil-
was Thomas the area. The front part of thejail I Santa will arrive in Starke on Stort.Brothers. l Thornton and State Trooper Carlos
lican, longtime REA employe, as Pecans totaling 18,811 pounds City Council approved the property will not be fenced. j, ""The Elks have taken on another -j Irlusgrove. He said he took Simms
Keystone tax assessor with a hiring of Barton to act important charitable -
Johnny as I project from the
car and laid
were sold at the auction on the Waldo him on the
vote of 90 to Axel Malmgren's 77. Starke State Farmers Market night operator of the county's The board instructed the county -I and it is hoped that everybody in Mayor { Held [grass where he died.

Without opposition, incumbenttax here last week, bringing growers 2-way radio station, upon the;: attorney to prepare a resolu-,Starke and Bradford County will For ThieveryAt ] Dennis said he waited at the car

collector Sara McDonald poll- $7,093.25 at an average of 37 3-4 recommendation of Mayor W. T tion declaring that the county turn out and attend the first annual -Is Re-elected until dark, Reddish reported then
ed a vote of 158. Jackson, the Tuesday Strawberry Bowl football BrookerTwo
complimentary cents per pound. during meeting lacks sufficient funds to'place!1 went back to Mrs. Manning's.Continued ,
Those who advocate taxing on Dec. 9," Vitsky said. Net
Clay night. game T. R Brooker was re-elected I (
Electric say that Keystone needs Prices strengthened somewhat, Barton, a state employee, told signal lights at the Rosier Road proceeds will go to the Starke Mayor of Waldo in Tuesday's city brothers were turned over i on Page Eight)

paved streets and other improvements going back up to the average paid the Council he has had radio experience -I railroad crossing leading to the Elks charity fund. election there. The vote was 104 to Sheriff P. D. Reddish last week

that might be possible if the at the season's opening. Auction and was at one time a Highland ilmenite mine north of I Ij I Vitsky pointed out that the Elks' for Brooker to 39 for G. A [and charged with breaking in and

flEA cooperative paid its proportionate Manager Ralph Nettles said. deputy sheriff. j Lawtey. ''constitution states that it is the Schenck, his opponent. Brookeris robbing Pinholster's Store and the Telegraph Wins

share of taxes. Prices had sagged on the two duty of the to incul- W. T. Brock home in Brooker.
Jackson said he would get together E. S. Beebe, superintendent of lodge a railroad conductor; Schenck
Opponents of the proposal maintain previous sales. with Sheriff P. D. Reddish I the Highland plant, appeared before cate principles of Charity Justice,:!|a business man. Reddish said Jimmie and Alvin Forestry AwardIn

that Keystone made a "gen- Average at the Dec. 1 sale i and work out any further necessary the board and described the,'Brotherly Love, and Fidelity; to{ Chas. W. Dean, T. P. Nabors I|Hoopaugh were arrested by Sheriff

tleman's agreement" not to tax vere: Curtis, 43 3-4 cents; details before Barton is 1 danger to plant employes using quicken the spirit of American I and W. F. Welch were elected toj'(John Whitehead of Union County State ContestAn

the co-op in order to get it to locate Seedlings, 34 1-2; Mixed 35 3-4; assigned to the night shift at the the unprotected crossing. Thehazard patriotism; and to cultivate good seats on the Waldo Council, all Ii after a description of their car had

there. Although minutes of Money Makers, 35 1-4; Froschers, radio station. is particularly great on I will and good fellowship to all. 'with 104 votes each- the solid been sent from Bradford County. award for "outstanding journalistic -

the Council recording such an 35 3-4; Vandemons 38 31.l'ttle5 Placing the county 2-way radio foggy mornings, Beebe said' !I Florida's' 31,000 Elks run a million bloc that re-elected Mayor Brooker. Reddish said the Brocks saw the endeavor in forestry" was

agreement are lost or have been :: said that sales through station a 24-hour-a-day basis dollar Crippled Children's car leaving their house as they returned -;presented to the Bradford County
on the
Current policy on new road Mrs. Vivian Harden
(Telegraph at the 76 annual
destroyed these spokesmen Home and hospital at Umatilla, home about noon Thurs- convention -
say Starke market this season will result in better police protection construction is for the railroad I ( fourth candidate in the council :
the city is still bound by its pro- are nearing the :200,000: pound at night and coordinate3 theacli'ities :;I costing over $110,000 a year to I I day. That night the store was [ of the Florida Press Association -
to 10 cent of received 64 votes.
company pay per race held at the
robbed. University of Florida
visions. mark.It : (maintain, Vitsky said. "Every -
of city and countypolice. the cost and the county 90 percent Dean and Welch are incumbents. last weekend.
'The pledge in the state contributes its Most of the
i stolen
huge cooperative providesthe merchandisewas
is estimated that half a for the installation of safety "while Nabors will be a new man The award was made
share of the of the found in the by the
major payroll for what is million expense Harry- car and returned
pounds of nuts have been devices at grade crossings.In on the council. i Florida Chapter of
otherwise resort I Anna Home. Every Elk's pride Reddish said. Articles Society of
largely a town. stolen from j
marketed by Bradford County Youths Waldo Tax Assessor A. J.
Meetings !American
other actions" the board: Foresters for the best
stems from
: the fact that the lodge the store included a pistol, cigarettes -'
growers this season. More thana "Stowers was re-elected without article or editorial .
Held SaturdaysIn Promised a Chamber of Compel 'members are a power for good in canned goods, and about 20 on forestry published
million j
Postoffice Will I
pounds were sold here i .
ce delegation to contact State ,the community, and if there is a I opposition.All silver dollars. [ in a Florida weekly news-
Lengthen Hours through the market and inde-j]I usa BuildingGames Road Department officials in an i(worthy civic project kicking officials were sworn into j I paper last year. The winning entry -
Among the articles taken
pendent fromBrock's
buyers, including Gold ) attempt to speed up improvementsto ground, they'll be among the office immediately after the elec a'' was a history Of forestry in
Before Christmas Kist, Dillard Keene, Brownlee & films, and speakers are firstS tion. house were blankets, Bradford County
U. S. 301 in Bradford County..to accept the challenge," Vitsky ': published in theTelegraph's
I radio, and
Casteen and clothing.
Consolidated. However -
featured Saturday night at
every 75th
declared. Anniversary Issue -
Authorized the clerk to adver
The Starke Postoffice will re about half of this amount ,!the USO, sponsored by the Chris Reddish said the boys were from last year.A. .
Science Club
tise for bids for painting the out
main open on the two Thursday came from growers in surround-|i tian Youth Fellowship and under .South Florida and Che license plate G. McCullers of the Florida
side the health clinic.
afternoons before Christmas, ing counties. the direction of Rev. Fred Dodd. of t Mayor's Court Elects OfficersLiz on their car indicated they are Forestry Service, Lake City, w&s

Postmaster G. J. McCriff Jr. said, I This week the film, "The Boy, Accepted a petition signed by;tI from the Tampa area. chairman of the contest committee.

this week; Winkler Named and His Bible," is on the program about 50 citizens to have a road Alfred Stanley Bennett was Tatum was elected historianat I They: are being held in the County Other awards won by the Tele-
from the Willie Reddish fined $50 for driving while intoxicated the BHS 1
Instead of closing: on Thursday along with games and fun. paved the last meeting of I jail awaiting trial in Circuit graph in the annual FPA contests
: ElectricalPlumbingInspector The group is planning a combina home to the Buddy Norman home. in Mayor's Court Mon- Science Club on Nov. 17. Court.Children's. were:
afternoon usual the Postoffice
as 1I I' For City tion hay-ride and caroling for the I Authorized a donation of $400( day and six others were fined I 11 It was decided at this meeting I First place for best news storyof
will stay open on Dec. 15 and for intoxication and traffic
Christmas season. to the Chamber of Commerce that the club's project for the! the year (Heroux trial and con-

Dec. 22 accommodate Christmas Acting on the request of severat Young people between 12 and I $100 of which will be used for: charges. year will be beautification of theschool I; Group viction.) This is the second year

mailers. electrical contractors, the City 25 ;years of age are invited to the Bradford County Fair. Carl Hunter and William Crews I grounds. Jan Mundorff;TO Hear Partin in succession that the Telegraph

McGriff said Christmas packages Council appointed' Austin Winkler attend these Saturday night get- Approved a $300 car expensefor were each fined $25 for Intoxication volunteered to obtain cuttings to I has taken top place in the best

and cards should be in the electrical and plumbing inspectorfor togethers. road foreman R. E. Jones. and Robert Bradwell, Negro, plant in the front part of the i C. S. Partin, principal of BHS, news story contest

the city, in the regular meet- was fined $25 for 'drivisg with L campus, and Liz Tatum will see I will report on the White House sj I Second place for community
mails insure Unanimously accepted the plat
early to
delivery by ing Tuesday night at city hall. Recent Birth for Santa Fe Shores. no driver's license. about lumber to repair the bench I Conference on education at the service. First place in this con-

Christmas. Packages should be Cyrie Kiger, Ralph Braum, es. Franklin Ritch will obtain 1 monthly meeting of the Bradford litest: was won by the Mount Dora
wrapped securely and addressed Winkler will be paid with the Mr. and Mrs. Tommy F. Edwards Accepted a request by W. S. Michael Hong and Aaron Timo paint. The club sponsor, C. P.I County Children's Committee inthe Topic. The Telegraph won first

legibly he said. permit fees which are charged 1 I I of Starke, a son. Larry: Sibley that a road near the Mel- thy Paul, Negro/'were each fined Cowen, will secure nails for repairing -. Methodist recreation building(place for Community Service in

by the city. Franklin, Dee. 2. rose cut-off be graded. $10 for running red lights. the benches. Monday at noon. |h954.Xege .

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$89.70., Thanksgiving their parents, PAGE TWO
editorial Farmer's Sunday School each Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews and Mr. FRIDAY DECEMBER 9, 1953AOTICE
Diary 9:45 a.m. Worship services 11 and Mrs. Bryan11itfield.. .NOTICE TO APPEAR TO
ajn. and 7:30 I k Circuit Court Bradford Comatr. APPEARI
p.m. Prayer Meeting Circuit Court. Bradford ,
Mrs. M. Florida Coiitr
Hayes of Gainesville Ckanrrry.
By Sam McGarveyit each Wednesday, 7:30 Minnie Lucille Florldai I. Chancery.
Rhodes Plaintiff,
p.m. >s.
visited her brother and sis- Porter. Plaintiff .
TeacherYiews Court Eddie R. Rhodes, Defendant. TSlifford
NegroRuling Porter, Defendant.Case .
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Case No. 101IS5etlce
is about $24. No wonder lots rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE Crews last To Appears No 1.MZS7
week. Notice To Appear
of farmers are wondering just how To Eddie R. Rhodes whose residence To Clifford
As 'Insult' To RaceThe Misses Beverly Jo and and address is: Unknown. Porter. whose resIdence -
Mary and address
much longer they can keep going. FARMBy You are hereby notified that a is: Unknown
I e Alyce Crosby, and Miss Libby suit for divorce You are hereby notified teat a
study now being conducted by our local This week there has been rain Mrs. Morgan of Jacksonville spent the has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the against suit for you divorce in the has above been named filed
school department, which indicates that neither O. E. Crosby weekend with Beverly's parents you are required to serve a copy of Court and cause and you are reQuired -
practically all over the country, the O. E. our answer or pleading the com- to serve a copy of your answer -
white nor colored citizens of this county prefer except AAAAAAA A A AAA 4 Crosbys.We laint on the Plaintiffs Attorney or pleading to the complaint
for here in Florida, and Ralph Roberts, on thePlalnufts Attorney
integrated to segregated schools, gives added Miss are sorry to report that Professional
Janice Building
once again BridweU, Jacksonville Florida John E. Santora Jr., IOS Profea-
weight to an opinion expressed recently by a noted we are In another of Congressman secretary L. C. Smith is in the hospital.Mr. and file the original In the office of atonal Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.,
dry spell-or rather Billy Matthewsof the Clerk of the Circuit Court and file
we are still on original In the office of
Negro teacher and author. The article first appeared Had our first killing frost of in the one that has lasted for Washington, D. C., is spending and Mrs. P. S. Crews have or 19 before the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

as a letter to the editor of the Orlando the season this week and it came several years. A fellow we know .Congressional recess with her returned from a two week's vacation otherwise day of the December allegations 1955;of said before 19 day the of December, 1955.

Sentinel. It was written by Zora Neal Hurston just about on the average date. who gets out in the woods a lot parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. with relatives In Ft. Myers Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed Comolaint otherwise will the allegations b taken of said
and is reproduced here because we believe that it says he can hardly recognize Holmes. Jlisg BridweU is working and Auburndale. This notice Fhill: be publishedonce ed by you. ai confess
The a
the of the vast of first night of the cold wave lot in the Gainesville office each week for four consecu This notice shall be published
feeling majority low
of Con-
expresses the spots that have; com Of YOU1X LOVE tive weeks in the Bradford County onco each week for four .
Negroes, who refuse to be influenced by a small temperature went down to pletely dried up. gressman Matthews.Mr. brook the new Ester- Telegraph.Dated week in the Bradford County Tele
purse-size fountain In this 10 day of November graph.
about 26 degrees, but there pens
of professional agitators who would exploit was S and Mrs. Spencer Crews 1955. Dated
group pastel shades. Only $2.58 this 1! day of Nov. 1J55.
enough wind to the We sure and son of at Bradford OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles
their race for political and mercenary rea- prevent frost. are glad we have our Auburndale spent County Telegraph. Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit A. Party
sons. The article follows: The next night, though, we gotit irrigation system, for without it By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ay Marian L. Crosby Deputy Court Clerk
and the earth looked as if it now we would be helpless. The -
was covered with soil which has been worked and
I promised God and some other responsible snow.
characters, including a bench of bishops, that I e e made ready for planting is dry as
Ed and Frank got up early the dust, but we wet it before plant- ,
was not going to part my lips concerning the ing.
United States Supreme Court decision on ending morning and turned on the .
irrigation as an to q.
in the schools of the South. experiment
segregation public
see whether it would save a Talked to a farmer's wife this
But since lot of time has passed and one week who
a no
from frost. told us that the
crop They had the pecans Y ur Ity tt Btut ChipHERE'S vokrr
seems to touch on what to me appears to be the water on some., beans, and.all were a big blessing this year. She
most important point in the hassel. I break my that happened was that ice said they sold about $1,000 worth,

silence just this once. Consider me as just think- formed on the plants and killed and that must. have helped a lot.
ing out loud. them, so evidently they did some- S *
The whole matter revolves around the self- thing wrong. But before the cold Spent some time hoeing our
respect of my people. How much satisfactioncan got the beans Alice picked a lot berries this week. They certainly ;
I get from a court order for somebody to and put 28 quarts in the freezer.- respond to working, we know Whypaymore
that. In fact, they have a saying
associate with me who does not wish me near
Otherwise the cold didn't domuch' that the only way you can raise
them? The American Indian has never been
berries is
damage. It nipped the to live in the patch, and
spoken of as a minority and chiefly because Jhereis cabbage patch, and burned the that is just about true. .
no whine in the Indian. Certainly he fought. leaves *
of some of the turnips
and valiantly for his lands, and rightfully so, but rutabagas, mustard young, and other With the election year comingup
it is inconceivable of an Indian to seek forcible things. But it also killed a lot the farmers are suddenly go-
association with anyone. His well-known pride of summer weeds like coffee ing to become "very important'

and self-respect would save him from that. I beans, so it did some good too. people." Somehow or other, for less ?
take the Indian position. We had drained the tractor car though, we have a feeling that
Now a great clamor will arise in certain quarters and truck and left Finnegan run- they are going to say to Mr. Benson -

that I seek to deny the Negro children of the ning intermitantly; So our equip- "No thank you, Ezra, we've

South their rights, and therefore I am one of ment was not damaged. had enough of you and your
'root hog or die' -
those "handkerchief-head niggers": who bow low.
We gave the 14 long beds of TWIST! America's
before thewhite man and sell out my own people berries .9..9..99..9 ....... top-quality _
a side
out of cowardice. However, an analytical glance light dressing of trucks-the famous Blue .
Nitrate of Soda, using 100 lbs., Chip GMC's-now
will show that that is not the case. /
If there are not adequate Negro schools in because the plants it needed looked a like good some boost.of HIGHLAND cost no more than makes produced on a low-

Florida, and there is some residual, some inherent Then we turned on the irrigation Hy AI,.. Lacy Norman1AAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA price basis. Ima g me-th e all-new premium
and unchangeable quality in white schools, system, and already the plants i r
impossible to duplicate anywhere else, then I am have a much better color. Thereis M truck of the field, with Blue Chip power, e,

the first to' insist that Negro children of Floridabe a sprinkling of bloom in the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosley of years-ahead features boulevard
allowed to share this boon. But if there are field, but we wish the plants werea Jacksonville were weekend visit- styling and ..

adequate Negro schools and prepared instructorsand lot bigger.. ors here. matchless construction, for as little'or less Mew '
instructions, then there is nothing different The Richard Sapps of Green than run-of-the-mill
except the presence of white people. Out little plantings of English Cove were supper guests of the makes. Better jump at
For this I the of the peas was bitten by the-cold and Lacey Normans this
reason regard ruling Saturday night. opportunity for the truck buy of
United States Supreme Court as insulting rather frost, and we still are not con :Mr. and Mrs. Burton Coruthers }your
than honoring my race. Since the days of the vinced that it is a good idea to of Jacksonville visited the Man- \life-see tis today! .
plant them at this time the '
of family Sunday.
never-to-be-sufficiently-deplored Reconstruction, .
there has been current the belief that there is no year.then They Wham grow! the and cold look knocks good.afld vis Happy on Dec.birthday 3.Grandmother. to Iris Pendar- "Suns, too for Tr/ Chtcled IUd InIllJ "

greater delight to Negroes than physical associa them for a loop, and they have to
tion with whites. The doctrine of the white Dowell is still
mare. start all over again. Now the suffering from a fall .
Those familiar with the habits of mules are plants are growing, and they have weeks ago, that injured her several

aware that any mule, if not restrained, will auto some bloom, and we have our fin Others who_are still under hip.the SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIAC

matically follow a white mare. Dishonest mule- gers crossed.. weather are Uncle Tim Black-

traders made money out of this knowledge in the f burn, Aunt Frances Norman, and .
528 SO.
old"days. -, Ed has raisome mighty Bertice Griffis. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE, FLA.

Lead a white mare along a country road and fine radishes-the best we have Frankie Griffis of the Air
slyly open the gate and the mules in the lot would ever tasted. Well, he ought to Force Winfred Wilkinson of

run out and follow this mare. This ruling being know that crop, for he specializesin Jacksonville, and Leonard of Max-
conceived and brought forth in a sly political 1 ber them up north. He has a num ville attended church here Sun-
plantings in all stages right I.
medium with eyes.on '56, and brought forth i in now and he is already selling day.Beedie Mae
the same spirit and for the same purpose. It i is them to stores Ih Starke. visited the Havey L. of Jacksonville -
clear that they have taken the old notion to heart last M. Normans
Sunday and attended church
and acted upon it, It is a cunning opening of the How about the "fine" price sen:icss. 9
barnyard gate with the white mare ambling past. hogs are bringing right now? It Our Sunday School attendancewas
We are expected to hasten pell-mell after her. is true that back in the early 40's down some last Sunday. Total

In the ruling on segregation, the unsuspectingnation they were selling for 12c, but at enrollment is 235 and attendance

might' have witnessed a trial balloon. A that time a farmer could buy was only 103; Bibles brought, 93;
safe since it sectional l and fence wire for about $9 and now lessons studied 100
relatively one, on a : offerings I'
matter not likely to arouse other sections of the -.. ._ .. For Date Of Our
I -- -- --- -.- ......... ........ Grand
nation to the support of the South. If it goes off

fairly well, a precedent has been established. < /
Government by fiat can replace the Constitution.You .
don't have to credit me with too much intelligence ::\ -

and penetration just so you watch STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP = ,

carefully and think.Mean'while I "'-

personally, I am not delighted I .
am not persuaded and elevated by the white mare I

technique. Negro schools in the state are in very }

good shape and on the improve. We are fortunatein ""-
having Dr. D. E. Williams as head and driving m i Here are just a few of
force of Negro instruction. Dr. Williams is re- NE

lentless in his drive to improve both physical our Christmas Specials.

equipment and teacher quality. He has accom A uATnrE t4 do A
plished wonders in the 20 years past and it is to Or AND AFRICA TALLEST Y V*t NF fit!J) COME IN TODAY _

be expected that he will double that in the future.It ANIMAL IN THEWORLD. f ; We have many more for
is well known that I have no sympathy nor IS I ,
respect for the "tragedy of color" school of TWE OF sour selection.

thought among us, whose fountain head is the I YOU SOUND! d I
pressure group concerned in this court ruling. I rw- o !

can see no tragedy in being too dark to be invitedto $29.95 ValueAutomatic
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Court would have pleased me more if they had Deep Fryer only 19.95 .

pulsory concerned education themselves provisions about enforcing for Negroes the in com-the $22.50 ValueAutomatic NEW On West Madison St.

South as is done for white children. The next 10 Pop-Up Toaster, only 12.95 BUILDING

years would be better spent in appointing truant $9.95 Value Next Door To The New Lovett's

officers and looking after conditions in the homes

from which the children come. Use to the limit Ladies Electric Shaver, only 4.95

what we already have. g.tiflii 70 BE GIVEN
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Them's my sentiments and I am sticking by Fully Guaranteed

them. Growth from within. Ethical and cultural 17-Jewel Watches, only 24.95 I h ri IN ,j
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That old white mare business can go
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I I I II I ,.....TYyyyyyTTTTTTTTTTy Crosse last Sunday. lovely gifts. Refreshments were,
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were served by Catherine Harrell,

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS BROOKERBy in Florahome on business and Polly Wait, Shirley Green, and I/ 1 I / I i I'
also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Ethel Mann.Hostesses .

By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 Crews in Melrose last Thursday. were Mrs. Earl Green,
.. ,. Mrs. Mike Tilghman and daughter Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. T. W
I .
I I. III I I .
of Gainesville visited Mrs. Markey, and Mrs. L. A. Green.

Mae Mott last Friday.
r ', L. L. Parker Enters AQI1Y I
The Gospel Ministry Bridal Shower Recent BirthsSP3
f Mrs. Jackie Green Tindall
:n.1 was
,..'v L. L. Parker was ordained to the inspiration for a bridal shower and Mrs. David E. Wood-
t Ptiic/i2o4OWI
:,:.'.1;; the Gospel ministry on Sunday, given at the community center on ard are the proud parents of a I"

{ Dec. 4, at the Brooker Baptist Thursday, Dec. 1. The center son, Ernest Earl, born Nov. 261 I -.
IF wi Church. The sermon and chargeto was decorated with arrangementsof in Live Oak. Mrs. Woodard is the
tr the candidate was given by A&P FREESTONE Halves or Sliced
gladioli and chrysanthemums.Guests former Miss Betty Kellogg. c
D. Hames of Starke. The ,
Rev. L. were greeted and regis- .. .,' ,- 29.t' Con
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the church was given -oz
charge to tered at the door by Mrs. G. E
by Rev. Allen Young of Lake Green. They were entertainedwith Wash Your Clothes I PEACHES 33C
Pinholster .
Butler. Truby pre- .r
a series of games directedby d
sented the Bible to Mr. Parker, 9 Pound
numberswere Mr.s.:: H. C. Douglas and Mrs. I tf' __
and sung special by Russell Green, Mrs.C. by Wilson Miss Green.Catherine Prizes Harrell were won and For 40c! ( LIBBYS VIENNASAUSAGE

,,,and Alan Land.
Mrs. T. W. Markey.The FREE Bleach If Desired! Ser
i Mr!Parker has served as Sun- honoree received many o e 4-oz Can
+F day School superintendent at the I Ss s at A'P! 1 SC

Brooker Baptist Church for many We Will _
years, and was recently called to

the New River Baptist Church. FILL DIRTGOOD Dry Your Clothes
The New
held at
MRS. WILLIAM WOODARD, house guest of CoL and Mrs. DavidA. Brooker Baptist Church Monday,

Nelson, spoke at a meeting of the Community Church Women, Dec. 5. About 250 people at- TOP SOILSee New Automatic Driers! DRESSING
Tuesday night, Dec. 6. She is pictured above with a few objects of art tended and refreshments were .

from Japan, where she and her husband have lived since 1921, with 'served at the community center LE SEUER Whole Kernel
the exception of the the following the session. DRY MILK, I
war years. The Woodards first went to Japan
as missionaries. :Mr. Woodard, who will join his wife in the States in Interment for Summer An- BILL JACKSONJackson The Washeteria WHITE CORK 2-22 oz cons 29c

a few days, is now doing cultural research lin Jap a*.. Mrs. Woodard drews was held at Dedan Ceme- Transfer Company JLbConWESSON

Is the editor of a religious weekly newspaper 1 there.! They will fly tery last Tuesday. Mr. Andrewswas at Phone 165 temple Ave. Starke 29CASPARAGUS
in Jacksonville A&P All
back to Japan on a round-the-world route through Europe after residing .,
the time of his death, rut wasa __ ;'
Christmas. The Woodards and the Nelsons became friends while the and --- "P __
Brooker ,
resident of
former 14oz
Nelsons were stationed in Japan.-Photo( by Martha Livingston can 35c
and relatives
had many friends _ _
Highlights photographer for the Bradford County Telegraph.) .1

Police Chief Resigns home and is feeling better, thoughshe here.Mrs.. Mattie Barry is spenamga Own Your HORMEL 151/>-oz Can ''I

Since Chief Casey has resignedas is on a strict diet. Mrs. Bettsis few days in' Jacksonville with E
law-enforcement officer of the mother of Mrs. Irene Brault, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews. Own HOM CHILI with BEANS 23c
Parrish 01 I L
Keystone, several men have let and she makes her home with :Mr. and Mrs. Bill

it be known that they would like the Brault family. visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman GOLD MEDAL Plain or Self-Rising

the job. They are: B. L. Sparks, Mrs. Jim Goodson of Hillcrestis Parrish last Saturday. 1

manager and formerly of Geneva with Navy Beach Security Apts., undergone; in a Miami surgery hospital on ,Monday.Her having. Harrell Sunday were guests Mr. and of Mrs.Mrs. T.Eva and B. BEVIS CONSTRUCTION Co., Inc. FLOUR 5-/fc49c 70-lb 95c QfBot 53C

PoliceGrover; C. Muse, a former daughter, Mrs. Marguerite, Edward of Worthington
member of Jacksonville police Ryan, also of Hillcrest, drove her: Mrs. Ercell Edwards of the State Will Build You HOME On Your Lo*

J force; C. W. Owens, a former to Miami last weekend. Her I I Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gr. "A" D&D Fla. or Ga.
Jacksonville fireman; Frank M. friends wish her a speedy recovery. Sapp of New
Mrs. E. L. Norman is back in 1 BED ROOM $ 995.00
Lasnick, former I I
a Navy Security The E. A. Rushtons have pur- 2 A&P's Own Pure Veg.
Miami. to 31b Lb
Policeman; and William J. Der- chased the Walter King home on the hospital at avg ,
Mrs. Henry Hodge; is at the 2 BED ROOM FRYERS 35C
mody, who was once the Keystone Live Oak Ave. The Kings are $1,595.00 SHORTENINGD
and daughter-
home of her son
Heights Police Chief, several
building a house on Crystal Lake.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Truby 3 BED ROOM I _
years ago. her eighth birthday with a partyat $2,095.00
Girls.EntertainedMrs. her home last Thursday. Hodge there ,after in Jacksonville.leaving the She hospitalin went Super-Right Top Quality Thick Sliced Breakfast E X 0 _

William J, Siprelle enter- :Phyllis' mother, Mrs. George "-
Gainesville, and Is still very
tained a group of young ladies Massa 'was in caring for the 2/JbP/cg

with a theatre-slumber party Kenneth Platt in caring for the ill.Mrs.. J. H. Kelly was able to Houses are Completed on Outside with Flooring and All BACO N 15C Kb Can 69C
last Friday evening. The guests guests. Bingo and other games in _
return from the hospital Partition
Studding on Inside, Only
first went to Lee's Drive-In to were enjoyed. The guest of
Gainesville last Saturday.
see the movie, and then to the honor received many lovely gifts. I
of Waldo Tampa .
Mrs. Harry Eddy Quincy
Siprelle home for the night. The Members of the Woman's Club
party was given by Mrs. Siprellein are urged to attend the business spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Super-Right Hard Corn Fed Half or Whole .

appreciation for the help these meeting on Tuesday afternoon, M.We D. regret Harrell.to have Mr and NEW OFFICE AT PALATKAEast Daily Brand ((2 Diets)

girls gave her the night of the Dec. 13, at one o'clock.
Mrs. Wilson Russ and family move
turkey dinner In connection with The Catholic Club will meet in from our community. They have on Road 100 D 06:
the Woman's Club Bazaar. Those PORK
the Hall on Wednesday evening, sold their home to Mr. and Mrs.
who enjoyed the party'were MaryJo Dec. 14, at'8 o'clock. Freddy Clerk of Lake City, and If you cannot come see Model, Call us at East 55317
Darlene Campbell, FOODllb _
Siprelle Mrs.: _Everett Fox and ,Miss have moved to Apopka.Mr. 35C .
:Merrill and Merrian Betts, Susan Anna G. Collect, or write, and our representative will call on you. _
McCullough were shop- and Mrs. Harley Shaw
LaMee and Lane Jackson. Kay ping jn Gainesville on Monday. 1 visited the Dave Shaws in La- Lb Cans
Walrath and Aggie Watson foundit 5 31C
Impossible to attend., -

Reaches Membership Goal ,

Mn. Allan N. Dean, vice presi-
dent of PTA has announced that ,
the full membership quota has i
been made. Mrs. Dean, who as- : IONA
sumed the role of Membership
Super-Right Small Hockless Cooked
Chairman when Mrs. Ray Chance \ p Whole HalfPICNICS Ready-to-Eat SWEET CORN
became ill, worked diligently to I or
achieve this goal. This year the "
PTA has given the school a new Lb 29 2N0303can21C

movie-projector, and plans are

under way to provide curtainsfor I _
the two new classrooms. A
special Christmas program has Super-Right 100% Pure Pork Country Style
been planned for the December
meeting, which will be held 2-fb Bag APPLE SAUCE _
Tues. evening, Dec. 13. 49C
School To Dismiss

December 16 will be the last l'-'b Jars 2SC
day of school for the youngstersof Jfs
Keystone Heights in 1955. The you actually get Capt. Johns Quick Frozen Boneless RED PERCH _

PTA making room-mothers plans for a have wonderful been 1-lh Box .
celebration that day, and the SUNNYFIELDRed
children are eagerly waiting.
The Thunderbird Y8
Duplicate Bridge Club engine
The Melrose Junior Woman's
Club will entertain the Keystone PURE LARD

Heights Duplicate Bridge Clubin YorkApples

Melrose, Monday night Dec. ; lb 17c
12. Ray Starnes will be the club the 56 Ford }a _
president for the coming year. m ar; y 1 Lb 2 Lb 4 Lb

Meeting time hereafter will be Toka yGrapes
7:30 rather than 8 p.m. lb.15c
15C 30C S9C
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Siprelle And this Thunderbird Y-8 is the standard eight in all Ford compression design for more miles from .
and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin
less And above all the Thunder-
were dinner guests of Everett Fairlane and Station Wagon models, -at .no .extra-, -cost!i bird gas.eight is a Y-8 engine with deepblockbuild Fresh Tender

Brown at the Seminole Hotel in for quieter, smoother performance F Pole Beans lb 15c

Jacksonville, Monday evenint.Yr. Now you can have the power you've feel like downhill...distances disappear. .longer engine life. JANE PARKER
Brown, a resident of Washington always dreamed about...and in a faf1ilyYou! can pass in instants when instants -
D. C.. was formerly of In addition to Thunderbird lightning, Sweet Florida
Ford! When ,
size you order an eIghtcount.. And when you want swift sure,
Keystone Heights. cylinder Ford Fairlane or Station Wagon take-off power you get it. and now! Ford offers you the Thunderbird look! Oranges 5Ibs 23c
Fendrick: Child Born You can see it's a blood brother of the FRUIT CAKES
model get the big Thunderbird Y-8-
you : You a.4-barrel carburetor and dual fabulous Thunderbird! What's
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Fendrick the very same engine that made Ford's get more, you
exhausts. As in all Ford engines for '56, Ford's exclusive Lifeguard I
announce the birth of a daughterat Thunderbird famous get Design. Large Crispy Iceberg
St Vincent's Hospital, Sunday you get a 12-volt ignition systom for fast Come in and Test Drive the fine car at
Nov. 27. She will be named Thunderbird Y-8 power makes uphill all-weather starts low-friction, bighhalf the l fine-car price. Ib 2 Lb 4 Lb 5 Lb
Christine Scott.

George Schaeffer returned 1 1.35 1.65' 3.85Fresh
home from Michigan on Sunday GreenBUTTER
evening, bringing a favorable report -
on the condition of his father Ib
who is in the University Hospital l" -I-
at Ann Arbor.
Mrs. Georgiana Betts, who has 4 THERE HERE

been in St. Vincent's Hospital

under observation, has returned F k JANE PARKERANGEL
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t" '.. I S,r.t snsss srrrrrsssssssnflJSrt- Two Clubs
Rotary Rehearsal Dinner Woman's
Club !Beta Club Has

Have Joint PartyAt For Edwards-High Schedules CandlelightInduction

Officers Club.The .
\Vedding PartyThe
Holiday ProgramThe ServiceThe

Officers Club at Camp El Rancho restaurant was

Blanding was the scene of a delightful the scene of a delightful dinner Starke Woman's Club will BHS Beta Club held its

supper party Tuesday eve- [ y- :c party last Saturday evening, given meet Wednesday afternoon, Dec. annual candlelight induction servo

Ring which was the climax of an by Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Ed- 14, at the club house, with the ice on Thursday, Dec I, at 7
Gladys Mooty
attendance contest between the Miss wards for their daughter, Caro- theme "Happy Holiday Aroundthe o'clock in the High School
Phone 35 TIT
Starke Rotary Club and the Green lyn, and her fiance, James High, World" prevailing.The Library.The .
Rotarians.The t International Relations Department service
-j-J-j-rrr -I jj-j-rr-4 I' J Cove Springs following their wedding rehearsal.The was conducted b\
Starke club being the win Louise linen covered in charge of Mrs. J. E. four of the officers: Liz Tatum

Carolyn Edwards \Veds James Morgan High ner in the contest, the Green Cove '. -it:\ I was centered with banquettable an an- Hildebran, chairman, and Mrs. president; Barbara Matched

In Presbyterian Church Ceremony Sunday Springs members were responsible AdkinsWeds .f : : \ I tique silver bowl filled with pink I Willie Mae Denton, co-chairman secretary; Joyce Scholl, treasui-
for the after-dinner program. \ and white gladioli. Flanked on and the Music department under er; and Joanne Slade, reporter

Frank Snell of Jacksonville, past either side were low silver candle ''Mrs.'' L. A. Canova, Mrs. K. G. Each, in turn, lighted a candle

District Governor, was the principal holders with burning pink tapers Duncan and Mrs. Ralph Knight representing the four things the

speaker while Tom Slade decorated with ruffles of nylon will be in charge of the program. Beta Club stands for: Character

;/ V I president of the Starke Rotarians, net and showers of narrow pink Immediately following the busi- j Leadership Achievement and

iand Robert Scott, president of the Joel R. satin ribbon. Greenery was placed ness meeting a reception will be Ability. The club pledge was recited -
!Green Cove served given honoring new members and
Springs group, dothe center of the U-shaped by the candidates for mem

'[!a3 masters of ceremonies during table with candle holders holding the members of the Junior Wom bership. Then they stepped foi -

'lithe supper. SmithIn burning pink candles placed at an's Club. ward and lighted their candles in

I A red and white color motif was i intervals. Bridal place cards marked The hostess committee will be: recognition of the Beta standardsIn

'attractively achieved in the flower __ the seating arrangement. Miss Clara Leaman, :Mrs. G. J. doing this, they also received

-r arrangements throughout the club Hampton ,:- During the evening, Miss Ed- McGriff Sr., Mrs. T. B. Hard- their Beta pins, certificates o-

I[house for the occasion. The speak- j ", wards and Mr. High presentedtheir ing. Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs. L. A. membership, cards, and stickers
''er's table held a centerpiece of '0' wedding attendants with Davis. Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. The new members are Jackie

red and white gladioli and carnations Church f I I personal gifts.Enjoying R. B. Alvarez Mrs. Ed Simpson.Mrs. Parker. Barbara Norman Bab

: I and down the length of the the affair with the C. J. Frazier. Mrs. F. F Trance, Emojean Hall, Joyce Beal

banquet tables were red candles, host and hostess and their hon- Stump. Mrs. Chas. Hitchings, and Martha Vanlandingham, Aluv

pyracantha berry sprigs and green- Ceremony j ored guests were 24 guests including Mrs. Steve Simmons.Elementary Dodd, Gail Reddish, Betty Jc

ery.The members of the weddingparty Starling, Nancy Bates Sandra
100 guests enjoying the affair a.; and out-of-town wedding i PTAThe Strickland Billy Torode, Hears

41e were 30 from Green Cove .,. guests. I Richarde, Jackie Parker. Ann

Springs and 70 from Starke includIng Elementary PTA will meet Williams, Tom Long Mark :Moore

members and their Rotary iA I I Student Council Tuesday evening, I) 'c. 13, at 7:30 I and Marilyn Cox.
Anns. Parents of the Beta membeo
: o'clock in the caf torium. I
Plans Sock Hop
.. were also invited, and refreshments -

Birthday Parties j The Student Council is sponsoring Executive BoardThe were served after the meet
For Youthful a Sock Hop in the USO I ing.

I tonight (Friday) from 8:30 till' new and old executive
Honor Guests midnight. Admission will be one boards of the Presbyterian Churchill Baptist

toy (in good condition). The toys of the First Baptist
afternoon at
I \\ meet Saturday
Hope Holliday celebrated will be turned over to the organizations VVMU: meet next week as follows:
I I ninth birthday Wednesday afternoon In a beautiful candlelight service -an afternoon crepe dress of Navy that are distributing: 4 o'clock in the Sunday School Doris Knight Circle at the

t of last week when she took I Miss Beverly Louise Adkins blue trimmed in satin and rhine- baskets. building. with
I'Christmas church, Monday, 7:30 p.m.,
4 In Of her girl friends to the mat- became the bride of Joel R. Smith j stones. She wore an orchid cor- ._ --. Mrs. J. R. Kelly as hostess.

inee. of Jacksonville, on Sunday, Dec. &age.
Ethel Biggs Circle, Monday
I, Following the show,. Hope and 4, at 4:30 o'clock in the First i;, Mrs. C. A. Peters of Melbourne, I night at the home of Mrs. N S

her guests enjoyed ice cream and I|Christian Church at Hamp&on.1|who represented the groom's mother I II Dankel with Mrs. Edna Hutchinson -

I cake at the home of her parents, I The double ring ceremony was performed wore dark gray ,with brown I and Mrs. Marcia Furlong as

Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holliday. by Rev. John Childress of i I,accessories. Her corsage was of |hostesses.

Orlando assisted by Rev. W. M. yellow carnations. 11 Circle Monday
Lottie Moon ,
Littla. Carolyn Crews was a petite -|Jones pastor of the church. I After the wedding a receptionwas night with Miss Dorothy Ross

hostess at a lovely birthday I The bride is the daughter of Mr.I held at the city club house. With Santa Claus coming toj i lovely new home on Church St, and Miss Dorothy Alvarez.

j party Monday atternoon at her and Mrs. J. G. Adkins of Hampton.The I,'The bride's table was overlaid with town this Saturday morning, guess i iI'd while the Merrill Struths have

home onV.. Madison street in bridegroom is the son of Mr. I a. beautiful lace cloth over' blue, taken over the Patten's house on The regular WMU luncheonwas
better in a little more effort -
celebration of her third birthday and Mrs. C. A. Smith of Eau centered with a three-tiered wed., put "N. Walnut Mrs. H. M. Sham- held Tuesday at the church

anniversary. Gallie. ding cake topped with a miniature to squeeze this codumn in bach and son, Bobby, of Schenec- !with Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.

A beautiful and impressive wed- ;Her gown was complimented witha Christmas decorations were As the wedding guests assembled -,bride and groom and wedding bells. between all the Xmas ads or he tady, N. Y. ,are renting one of president presiding. Mrs. Lamer-

ding ceremony was performed corsage of red rose buds. I used throughout the ,home for the a program of nuptial music The cake was iced in blue with might just forget about 1'il ole Mrs. Sauls cottages at 614 Lake aux, Association President, was

Sunday afternoon, Dec. 4, in the I' Mrs. High, mother of the bride- occasion. Carolyn greeted the was,rendered by Mrs. P. L. Morris -I white roses. Around the cake wasa me what with all the wed- St for the winter, and noted that I welcomed to the luncheon which

First Presbyterian Church when I groom, selected for the occasion guests at the door and presentedeach 'Jr.-of Macclenny and Tony Gon- blue nylon tulle ruffle en which dingsfour this week)-and Tiny Lovell. who formerly hada was attended by 41 members and
Miss Carolyn Eugenia Edwards i a lovely medium blue dress suit, with a toy. The lace covered alez, soloist, of Starke. 1.lr.1 I fern and lily of the valley were i accompaning parties etc., I service station at 135 N. Temple two visitors.

exchanged nuptial vows with tunic effect, with a rhinestone- dining room table was lovely witha Gonzalez sang "I Love You Truly," placed at intervals. On either side haven't had much of a chance in has taken over the Phillips After luncheon, Mrs. L. N

James Morgan High. .Officiatingat I'i studded satin collar. She wore centerpiece composed of a Santa 'Tefl' Me Why," and 'The Lord's, of the cake were threebranchedandelabra the past two weeks hear that 66 station on So. Walnut St Pickering leader of Ida Darby

the double ring I 5 o'clock nuptial .with this a matching blue hat, seated on a reindeer. Flanking the Prayer." I holding burning white was some slumber party a groupof The Seymour Marcos have Circle, introduced Airman 1-c Tom

rites was Rev. W. S. McAliley. black accessories, and a corsage of arrangements were three burningred The altar of the church, was candles. At the base were fern the teenagers had last Friday moved into their attractive new Harding who showed interesting

The bride is the daughter of Mr. J red rose buds.Immediately. tapes in silver holders. At one !beautiful with greenery and palms! and blue carnations. Mrs. Del night out a Kathy Harrell's farm ranch home on the Raiford road slides of the Holy Land.

and Mrs. James Maurice Edwards! following the wedding basketsof Colley of Starke cut the bride's wasn't -
end of the table was the tradi- On 'either side were tall near. Brooker. where there Martha Snellen writes from the
--- -- of
of this city and the bridegroom is'l'] a reception was held in the ,cake. College\ The bimonthly meeting
tional birthday cake topped witha white gladioli mums and light much slumbering done that night Peabody Nashville Tenn. with Miss
the aon of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Starke Woman's Club where tall white pie two punch tables were overlaid Harrell. Box till Junior GA's was held
star centered with a miniature blue carnations. Lighted Kathy's aunt Dolly ( 22)) -"We will be here Monday night,
J. High ClarktQn'N.' C.' :pedestal baskets of white flowers Santa Claus. Around the cake was tapers in branched candelabra cast I with lace cloths and centered chaperoned the group, including the first of June, jhen to Atlanta Brenda Lewis> leader,
Aa the wedding guests assembled and potted palms were used in yitIi crystal punch bowls around when Mrs. I. E. Clark !
interspersed with burn- soft glow over the 'impressive Kathy and Shirt y ,Green, Polly for my field work .which willextend
,. a program of nuptial music decorating. The receiving line greenery .which were ;White'cushlor swims : presented an interesting program.
> family were Pre-
Christmas setting. The pews Wait Jackie Hofcb&sJackie through August 'tWe
lights. ,
was offered by the organist Mrs. ,stood in the lounge in front of the ing Christmas I. and plusmbsas f rl "; ( Refreshment! '.were served to the
I. and plates further carried marked with large blue.s tin bows.I vtt, Jackie Colley;,,Babg Lance, are very happy rt. lbuTt',:;:will J
napkins .bIndibtie
E. M. Davis and the soloist Mrs. fireplace. The mantel hel4 a fan Christmas motif. Mrs. E. M. Prevatt served her Mrs. T. 'C. Chastain introduced Gail Duke, Margaret.Rose Dun-. surely be glad to 'ge.Sack to 12 girls '!"i'' itess
John W. Griffin, of Ochlocknee, shaped! arrangement 'of white. out the guests to the .receiving line Scholl' [and her mother.- ',
Little Suzanne Ford and Sue sister as. m.atron. of honor The I' can, Linda Johns .Joyce Florida" .'.. Jeannette, Williams '
Ca. who sang "Because" by D'. ,gladioli and white mums. In the assisted in serving and.Yrs:: bridesmaids' were Mrs Calvin |composed of :Mr.and Mrs. AdMnsi; [Kenny Brice, Sandra* Strickland (Mrs. F. M.) writes from Germany Miss Helen Haines, Intermediate -
Hardelot and "At Dawning" by'|center of the mantel Deas 'I Mr. and Mrs. Peters and the wed-
was a large M. Mitchell. grandmother Richard of Arcadia, also sister of I Martha Van Landingljam, Gail that hey had a, "white"'Thanks- Counselor, entertained the
Caiman, white satin bow and showers of J. the bride and Miss Helen Kelley I ding ,party. Floor hostesses :were and Nancy she and the children at .
I and Mrs. W. H. Nollman '' Rowe, Kay Rowland giving, and group with a hamburger fry ,
The bridal party stood before an narrow white satin ribbons. At! Carolyn, River. s'flower Miss Betty Durling and Mrs. E. S. ? and Florida \
in entertaining the little of New Serving Bates-the group all slept( ) I are already homesick for her home Tuesday night'G ni
Improvised! arch of two seven- either,end of the mantel were two I assisted girl was little Miss Neil CrewSof'"'Sibley, Barbara Matchett and Miss ate in the open all night. Their address is in care of were enjoyed by the 14 girls

branched candelabra entwined three-branched silver candelabra i guests. enjoyed this the State Farm. Ring bearer was Sybil Priester of Palatka. The Another big doin's was held i.Capt. F. :M. Williams, AO812910".1282lAACS present, under the direction of
with greenery and holding tall holding tall burning white tapers.I Around 25 guests Emory Prevatt Jr. of Starke, ,bride's book was kept by Miss Monday night at the Legion Hall Det., APO 61, care' Miss Linda Hildebran social

burning white tapers. In the middle Mrs. H. C. Brown greeted guestsat delightful affair. [nephew of the 'bride. Wilma Murphy of Jacksonville and when employees of HumphreysGold PM, New York, N. Y. chairman.
of the arch was a of the door and presented Miss Joyce Beal.
spray .them beautiful to
Mrs. Prevatt wore a and DuPont gave a farewell The holiday season got S
white cushion mums centered witha to the receiving line 'composed""o? Circles After spending some time with
WSCS of peacock has the
waltz,. length\. gown for Bill Beam, who a good start Monday night at Geno-Anderson
cluster of blush pink carnations the bride's parents, the groom's blue crystallette, designed with a{their guests, the young couple left party with DuPont here for the Junior Woman's Club annual din-

against a background of loops of mother, and members of the Hold MeetingsMrs. strapless'tight-fitting bodice and ion a wedding trip to points of been 4% years -he is being transferred ner for new members High-I Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Anderson
white satin ribbon. At either 'bridal party. Mrs. skirt. The skirt was caughtup interest in South Florida. past : -! the marriageof
W.: H. Smith and full to the pigments departof lights of the musical programwere of Starke announce
side of the arch were tall pedestal I| Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. E. Robert Green entertained Circle with flowers all around the Mr. Smith is a graduate of Melbourne the Edgemore plant in Wilmington Vivian Harley's slinky rendition their daughter, Emma, to William -

baskets holding fan shaped arrangements F. Miles invited guests to the refreshment One of the Methodist WSCS Tuesday bottom which formed scallopsover High School, class of '53 Del. .Bill and wife of "Ten Cents A Dance" Geno, son of Mr. and Mrs.

of white gladioli! I table. The bride's morning at 10 o'clock at the "net. With this she' wore a''and a graduate of Massey Business Rae Marie, and children who have and Martha Yancey's cornfed W. G Geno of Daytona Beach.

mums and California asters interspersed table was beautiful with' an imported -I home of Mrs. Smith. matching jacket with a stand-up, College in Jacksonville. He been residing in Keystone Heights, capers in "Your Cheating Heart" The ceremony was performed in

with delicate pink carna-I cutwork cloth with pointde Mrs. H. H.*Adams conductedthe |collar and short sleeves. She also[holds a position with a paint com- will leave these parts around Dec. Everyone agreed 'twas one Folkston, Ga. on Saturday, Dec
tions. Potted '
,palms venice lace insets. Centering meeting, at which wore a matching headpiece and pay in Jacksonville. 8th of the best programs the Club 3.
background for the setting.White the table was the three-tiered business that Mrs. shoes of blue. The honor attend-j l' ){rs. Smith graduated from Devrick and has sponsored :. After a wedding trip to Cleve-
announced Denver
satin bows marked the family :wedding cake topped with a miniature time it Slade was will have charge of ant carried a cascade bouquet of Bradford High School in 1954 and Hear that each bagged a deer Hear its a boy for the Tommy land, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Geno
pews.Mrs.. Carl Johns bride and groom and embossed T. H. course, "To Combine |bjue iris and carnations.The she holds a position with an in- son doin, the Scrub last week Slades born last S nday in will return to Florida to make
Lamar of Starke the study
with delicate ,surance firm in Jacksonville.
pink rosebuds. bridesmaids wore
Lasting Peace," \ gowns Eve Godwin hostessingpart Atlanta Fo Slade is up,there their home.
was chosen by the bride to serve Around the Our Efforts for will be at home to their spotted
cake were ruffles of [identical to that of the honor at-I They Attending the wedding were
educational building on time-out at the Gold House now, and will tell ns her grandson's -
as matron of Honor and Mrs. nylon net and showers of narrow at the tendant in styling but of petal friends at 1618 Willow Branch back the parent3 of the couple Mr. and
hear that Kaspar name when she gets
Leslie Sapp of Gainesville attended I satin ribbon interspersed with Jan. 18.Mrs. pink. The flower girl wore a blue Ave., Jacksonville, after Dec. 18. Restaurant Ed- Mrs. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs.
and .
Hicks home
as bridesmaid. Serving junior nosegays of Pinocchio mums centered Carrie Adams had chargeof dress similar to that of the other Among the out-of.town guests Duncan, Milton Geno and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
the nextCarolyn
to in the ,
reported So See
bridesmaids the bride's sisters Hardenbrook
were -I devotional and Mrs. Clyde ward
with pink sweetheart rose the attendants. were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Adkinsof on Anderson and family of Starke.
little Misses Gayle and Dianne buds. the program. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. bl'1clonville.. induction station -
Balancing the arrangementwere Sinclair gave 7 The groom chose as best man, Sarasota --- ------ Fort
Edwards. All the bridal attendants candelabra Mrs. E. K. Peters, Misses Dona Carol and Sue Tuesday-Kaspar went on to
decorated with Circle Two met with Ed Beelyiski, and the,;ushers were heard
wore identical gowns of garlands of Pinocchio mums, satin Perryman at her home Monday Elmer Smith and- Ronnie MeElhenie Peters and Don Peters, all of Mel- Jackson, S. C. but haven't I- _

iridescent taffeta in S'hades of I leaves, puffs of nylon net and afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. all of Jacksonville.The bourne, Mrs. P. L. Morris Jr., J. where the other two were sent. II

pink. The gowns were fashioned pink satin loops. Each candelabrawas Perryman conducted the business bride was given in marriageby I W. Priester and Billy Morris of nnpri that Cleo Harley of Lawtey _
along princess lines with low I centered with bridal Macclenny Miss Priester and has been added to the clerical
a nosegay of meeting Mrs. Annie Darby gave her father. She wore a Sybil and is
pointed necklines and high waistlines -I,Pinocchio mums and sweetheart the devotional, and :Mrs. Titus gown of white satin overlaid with H. W. Priester of Palatka, Misses staff of the new hospital in

featuring tight fitting'roses. Nosegays also centered the I Olson presented the program. chantilly lace in medallion design.'I Pauline Barwick, Sylvia Wimberly, working in the hospital office until

sleeves and bouffant waltz length I[Isilver trays holding pink and white I met with Mrs. O. Her voluminous skirt of lace lay Merla Roberson Edna Murphy, the Health Clinic building

skirts. They wore white gloves-mints. I Circle Three Christmas over satin and formed a cascade ,Lorraine Herner, Jannie Sue Ellis, the office in the hospital is finished -

matching slippers ;and carried' The two punch tables were over-,,1.. Haynes Sr. for a Miss Kate [panel of her court train. Her fingertip Wilma Murphy, Ed Beelyiski, Calvin Thelma Jennings informsme I Buy Christmas
presented by : now 17 jewels your
cosegays of pale pink carnations. I laid with imported white linen program veil of ,sheerest illusion was Careyil. Ronnie McEihenie,)and that her art classes are I unbeatablemainspnni
McComb. I
They wore bandeaus of matching cloths and centered with silver Struth and Mrs. J. F. attached to a cap of matchinglace Elmer Smith, all of Jacksonville, meeting Monday evenings insteadof bracelet watches NOW!

material studded with two shadesof punch bowls on silver trays around Mrs. J. W. Andrews, circle leader, and was outlined with seed Miss;*Martha Richard and Mrs. Tuesdays at the same place- I expansion$3575 J

irides cents. \which were placed a garland of presided. pearls and rtnnestones. Her only, Carlisle Richard of Alachua, Mr. the Green building on Court St. fL

Serving as best man for his white cushion mums and greenery. ornament was'a single strand of and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez and Mrs. Noted that Jimmie Walker is The Best Costs

brother was Harold High of Ham-\The table where the bride's book Buffet Supper pearls and earrings, a gift of the Del Colley, Mr. and Mrs... Emory staying with her parents, the y5

let, N. C. The ushers included was kept held an antique candel- bridegroom. She carried a bridal Prevatt, Emory and Walter Pre- J. H. Moncriefs at State Farm
Carl Lamar Johns of Starke 'labrum holding burning white ta- For S. L. bouquet of white carnations anda vatt all of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. until her husband gets thru basic So Little WiienIt's

George K Smith of Hamlet, N. C.,'!pers and decorated with a bow of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews white orchid with streamers of Marion Crews of the State Farm,. training at Fort Jackson, S.

brother-in-law of the groom, Leslie I white satin ribbon centered with a. entertained evening with white satin ribbon, showered with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and Miss C. the latter part of December

Sapp of Gainesville and Jack 'nosegay of Pinocchio mums and Thursday buffet for white tube roses. Helen Kelly of New RiveT, and sorry to hear that Peewee

Geisinger of Waldo. \pink sweatheart roses. a Mr.delightful and Mrs. S. L. Peek supper Jr. Mrs. Adkins, mother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sibley of Dampier returned to the VA a

The bride who entered the Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. Lex The party took place at the chose for her daughter's wedding Keystone Heights. hospital in Lake City. for. further_ :n.
church on the arm of her father,,{Green and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf treatments after being nomehis wiw

was lovely in an original modelof !Sr. were in charge of the dining [[home Church of Mr.St.,and where Mrs.the Matthews festive I SawyerHicksMr. I Altar Society for the past four weeks 1 B.U'L.O.U.A
imported chantilly lacy and'room. Mrs. Hogan Smith of I .. Dotted Mr. Mac .(
theme carried out Bake Sale
pleated illusion worn poised over!Starke, and Mrs. George R. Smith, holiday was and Mrs. Vernon S. Hicksof Plans chie) back in town selling Chevysfor

taffeta. Her molded lace bodice,,"jof Hamlet N. C., sister :of, ,the decorations. The supper was served Starke announce the marriageof I a Gainesville outfit Mr. most wanted .
buffet style and the holiday A bake sale I ia planned by St.Edwards SDUTOR t
sprinkled with iridescent sequins,,jbridegroom, cut the bride's cake, their daughter, Ann Y. Hicks,, Mac one of our most popular
achieved in the decora- Altar Society for Saturday 17 jewel* admired watch!
featured a scalloped neckline. The and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Mrs. motif was to Seaman William Sawyer of I car salesmen around town had I shock resistant mod
long sleeves tapered to calla lily. Sid Shuford kept the bride's book. tions for the table. The guests the Green Cove Springs Naval I morning on W. Call Street. been at loose ends since Torodes' ;.' wti unbrealubi*WetlM

points over her wrists and were, Presiding at the punch tables were were seated at individual tables Air Base. The wedding took place Twenty-five members of the up the Chevrolet Agency

fastened with rows of lace-cover., Mrs. Annie C. Hollingsworth, Mrs. where lighted red candles centered Dec. 1 in Folkston, Ga. Altar Society enjoyed their annual recently gave have you seen Bob tud ROBERTSJEWELRY

ed buttons. Her full skirt worn i,'Frazier Shaw, and Miss Mildred the linen covered tables. Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer are living Christmas party and dinner Mullins new Vet hospital out

ballerina length. was of layers of!!j Ayres. Others assisting in serving The 16 guests included intimate in Green Cove Springs whilehe Tuesday evening at the DixieMotor on the Palatka highway, just
Restaurant. After
pleated net over taffeta and at.'I were Miss Sandra Johns, Mrs. John friends of the honored couple. is in service there. across the Peggy spur?-sure is -
dinner Mrs. Mike Gilhooly,
tached to the draped waistline i''H. Pierce and Mrs. M. A. Payne. the nice layout had to take x-
with a pleated taffeta swag end-: After spending some time with president conducted a short business -, a Mooty's pet cat out 142 Call St. -
ployed with the electrical en- \VCTU Meeting Katha- little Gerry
ing in points in the back. Her veil t their guests the young couple left''''gineering department of the Sea- meeting when made Mrs.an honorary -]I there last Saturday had con- Starke Fla. .
rine Gorman was
of sheerest illusion was attached I lon a week's wedding trip to New in I' and finally died
board Airline Railroad. Plan3 for a special meeting i tacted distemper
Mrs. Owen Vaughn I
member. -
to a queen's crown of matching,' Orleans, La. The bride traveled in! has been :
I Among the out-of-town guests the near future were made at a that night so Gerry !
the Christmas 'Holiday
lace embroidered in seed pearl*i a black wool dress read poem and
featuring a,were Mrs. T. J. High and son, Harold meeting of the local WCTU last I teasing for another kitten I \
and sequins. The bride carried s i white satin collar and black ac- of Clarkton, N. C., :Mr. and Friday afteroon at 3 o'clock, with I Hearts. her mother insists that it be of
cascade bouquet of shattered whit At the conclusion of the party
; better
cessories. She
also wore little -
corsage :Mrs. George R. Smith and Mr. and the president, Mrs. Florence Hippie the male species a BUIOVA
carnations and pink JirierclifJ t,of white carnations the members exchanged gifts. I Eoch end *rry WoterproofBULOVA
and red rose-;,Mrs. Ross Fetner Sr. of Hamlet, N. presiding. I than the alley cat variety tgl.47 "23" I Watch is Certified Waterproof by IK*
roses. 'buds. Upon their return to Starker C., Mr. and Mrs. S. Ralph Fetner Members of the union were! See Margaret and :Mac McGriff ? 23 Jewels! ,timed to six I U. S.TESTING CO.after being Sewn
Mrs. Edwards chose for helaughter's they will reside in the preisio.adjustments. L lifically Txltd .'.....,. txcwd flO,,-
L. D. Vin- home on
and Rev. Fred Yerkes of Jacksonville grieved to learn of the death of \VSCS Notice are building their new I self-winding, certified eminent specifications. w........ ..
wedding a gown of pun J ing cottage on W. Madison street :Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Edwards Mrs. D. L. Colvin former World St Clair street-next to Pinev : i waterproof, unbreakable k long u cry UI I* Intact, OM .__.

sJk taffeta in a mauve rose shad 3 The bride is a graduate of Brad- 'and daughter, Pamela, of Keystone and National president of WCTU.At .4 I Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS and Cliff Brown hear that raised cold naiosprini numerals,, O.ly toaftUt* JmlvcryiUI _W npIMe
styled along princess lines, tea- ford High School, class of '52. :Mr. Mrs. Jack will meet in the recreation building have shock resistant. anti- er clou MM.
Heights, Bell Mrs. Jus- Mr. and Mrs. Margo -
the time of her death she was 1 _
turing an ainpire! bodice witl i L High graduated from the Mon nafietie. sweep -
Clarkton tice Strickland, Mrs. Alec Cellon, World 1st vice president and, of the Methodist Church, sold their fruit stand out on 301 second hand Prices Includt literal iaAmerica's
bateau neckline outlined in re- High School N. C. and served four o'clockith Mrs.'i (also available via
Mrs. A. B. Shaw :Mr. and :Mrs.A. honorary National president She day night 8 South and are planning to reside -I charcoal dial)
embroidered French lace and hav
years with the Army, stationed in M. Sieg, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael -I will be greatly missed in the Edward Schwab and Mrs. J. R. in Starke see the George: I $5950ii
ing three-quarter sleeves Korea
length and
Japan. He is -
now em- '
Pickering of Gainesville. their
wcru program. 'Hixon as hostesses. Fattens have moved



-. --

.. ", is I Mr. and Mrs E. S. Beebe and
.. II I I Mrs. T. J. Griffin spendingthis
rl I week with her grandchildren, Junior Woman's Club Honors Fourteen New Members At Dinner ProgramThe ,family, and Mr. and Mrs F. J,

I I Miss Gloria Johns and Cliff] Men-! Beebe spent the weekend in Bai-

doza in Jacksonville while their ;tow, visiting friends.
I Junior Woman's Club Mrs. G. K. Bennett and :Mrs
parents Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Men- I { !
honored 14 new members at a Ernest Jones of Orlando wfie
P&6na5 doza are in Milwaukee. Wis. v Fy
:Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss Madge j lovely buffet dinner Monday nightin weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
club auditorium. The i {7MAa Junius
the Smith.
i 1
Middleton Mrs. Nate Dyal Mrs. l i y.
Pauline Torode, and Miss Della I Christmas theme was used in h Mrs J. E. Wilson is in St

Rosenberg attended the installation decorating, with a beautiful arrangement O Augustine with Col. and Mrs H

1; of officers at the new BPW of silver and red cen- / t (C Wall and family while Mrs, Wai
tering the buffet table. r confined in the East Coast Hos-
dnb in Arlington Monday night.Lt.
C. L. Scholl were Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son, C
Mr, and Mrs.
vice there.
and Mrs. Ervin Andrews of Miss Dolores :McKnight, pitai
Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
in Miami from Thursday to Billy
at a brief business -
president presided
J Field, Moultrie Ga., will
for the celebration of their Dampier in Jacksonville Sunday. :NOTICE TO APPEIRIB
arrive home Tuesday to spend session following the dinner. rirrnlt Court
; County.
Mrs. W. H. Nollman is spending
21st wedding anniversary.Mrs. The club voted to give $20 to Florida: In Chaarrry.Willian. .
1 he Christmas holidays with their
,at St. Simon's Island : C. Wetherell. ,
the weekend Plaintiff \
Reddick Thomas of Lake Mrs. T. W.: ]parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk the fund '''r purchase of toys used ; $ Beatrice Marie Wetherell r>.fO'Td,
is along nicely following Ga. with her sister, basket ant Case No lu-1"Notice !"
City getting Oliver. Their sister, Mrs. C. W. I and Mr. and Mrs. Reddish An- in the annual Christmas :!c48Fourteen : To Appear ,
in Lake also .
an operation C 3rews. distribution. Each member T Beatrice Marie \Wihn. !:
Hospital Lake City on Monday. Denny of Savannah, Ga. will join brought toy to the meeting to 'I whose:! residence and address ,_
Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last 7509 Carroll A\enue. Takoma I'm K,
Mrs. Thomas formerly of Brooker,, them. be sent to the Florida Farm Maryland.
is the mother of Mrs. Ressie Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Wimberly ]Friday night with her son-in-law Colony at Gainesville. The Farm new members were honored at the Junior Woman's Club banquet Monday night Left to I I Yon are hereby notified that a suit

Thomas of Starke. of Mulberry spent the weekend ;and daughter and, Mr. and Mrs.and H.Sunday G. Colony is a project of Junior right: Barbara Bunch, Harriet Holtzendorf, Lonnie Moench, Peggy Phillips Cerri Griffis, Jo Ann Patray,, has for been divorce filed against you in the
Jr. -
J Davis Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges re with Mrs. A. F.Reddish Sauls. and baby, C with Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Clubs over the 'state. Sharon Gaines, Virginia Finzer, Betty Warren, Mary Ann Faber, Ernestine Regkter, Bobbie Strickland, above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of

turned home Thursday of last Mrs. Drew J. : in Gainesville. Mrs. Randal Chitty, music Phyllis Phillips, and Evelyn Dick. Another new member, Shirley Johns, was not present.Li your answer or pleading to thr
Mrs. Peter
Reddish and
Mrs. P. D. complaint on the Plaintiff"Attorne\
week after a visit with friends visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Alice June Harding ar-.. chairman presented an entertaining Alfred C Scott, 106 Smith Pu,!ding -
and relatives in Chattanooga and S. Sapp were rived home Tuesday from Atlanta, musical program following Jacksonville 2, Florida
other parts of Tennessee, and in Richard Ray in Jacksonville on : the meeting. The different typesof fkn and file the original in the office
for two weeks' vacation and to attend of the Clerk of the Circuit Court IK
Atlanta, Ga. Tuesday.Mr. brother music were described, and an or before the 9 day of Januar\
of her ,
G. J. McGriff, Jr. wedding otherwise ,-
and Mrs. (11\16 the allegation
G. Haile, Sr. returned each given.
Mrs. W. example of was
Mrs. Wells of ,Airman 1-c Thomas B. Harding said Complaint will be taken as
after ten days' of Starke and clever impersonation :,confessed by you.
home last Saturday District Jr., to Miss Aliese Lawson, on Louise Stern gave a
.attended the This notice shall be
visit with relatives in Rutledge,, Lawtey dish luncheon Saturday evening, Dec.. 10, at 8 of Liberace to illu- i each week for four consecutive
Atlanda, and Social Circle Ga. Postm Bters covered o'clock in the First Baptist Church. strate music in the classical man- 1 weeks in the Bradford County Tel.
the home of Mr. l
Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter. meeting at in Raifordon Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Oakland ner. Mrs. Al Harley illustrated Ne (jgraph Dated this 6 day of Dt''mhl
Miss Kate, had as recent visitors!, and Mrs. D. E. Hart visiting her blues singing. Hillbilly music was e jai gtF 1955
Park spent Tuesday .
(Offl 'ial Seal)) Charles A DarbvI
Mrs. W. W. Page Jr., Mr. and Mrs Sunday.Mr. enacted a blue-jeaned trio s '
of sister, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. by I Clerk of the Clr\H > .'IV"By >
Page in, and daughter, Kim, ol and ,Mrs., L. E. Jordan composed of },Irs. J. E. Hardy, Marian I. Crosby Pi miti. i !<.-k
with Albert Lee was in Naylor, : >_>
the weekend Mrs. ; 1: : n if
Lake City Mrs. 1.. M. DeSha ol: Ovieda scent Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, and Mrs. .
Mrs. Carrie last week visiting her parents; j.dii
and Ga.
Wildwood, and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Miss Annie Darby Popular' music was YfY'l' .,
.. ,
Mr. and Mrss A. Hughes. Ned Yancey. !'ot. T tlj: "' r
Struth of Jacksonville. Hitch. demonstrated by Mrs. Brad Locke k
I oiL and Mrs. George Flynn Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins spent!: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight Mr. and :Mrs. Don Neel as teen-agers,
relatives of are spending t
and family Tampa I7y'kJ
the weekend in Marianna witl: Gainesville were Robert Mullins gave an
I I Tuesday to Sunday with the while Mrs.
and Mr. Starke on Sunday.
their son-in-law daughter in interpretation of grand opera. P&kflj
and Mrs. Marion York and chip. Mrs. Ralph Cox and daughters. senior Flynns. Also visiting was concluded witha
Oak is Airman 1-c James Phil- The program .
dren. Mrs. A. O. Andreu, wh<) Cynthia and Priscilla, of Live Flynns number, "The Holy
D. L. of McDill Field, Tampa, who religious
with Mrs. lips
accompanied them will 1 spent Sunday Ganzalez
this week with his wife City, sung by Tony
with the Yorks until Christmas.Mrs. Silcox and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon is here daughter. accompanied at the piano by | Musical fun highlighted the after dinner program. At left: ,.t n-agers" Sharon Locke and Peggy Ne i Sunday Monday, Tuesday
and baby
Harold Norman spent las t: Silcox. V. W.f Mr.new and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were Miss Stern. After this, the entire -:( (seated) are ob\iously bored with hill-billy music of Jo Ella Hardy, Martha Yancej, and Dot SheppardAt i. December 11. 12, 13

Wednesday in Jacksonville visit- Mrs. .C. J. Houpt and relatives Mrs. in visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayesin group joined in singing i right: "IJberace" Louise Stern furnishes musical accompaniment. for "flapper" June Croo\er, "blue,I DOUBLE FEATURE -

ing her former superintendent o 'I(Strickland visited Gainesville Sunday. Christmas carols. \ singer" Vivian Harley, and "opera star" Laurie Mullins.Mr. .

nurses... Miss Marv Lucy- Vincent:. Lakeland this week. Mrs. C.: L. Scholl, Senior Club I I BENGAZI

w 1 President; :Mrs. C. J. Houpt, sponsor 'I SuperScope

of the Little Women, and Miss and :Mrs. Herb Thomas and I Richard Conte, Motor MrLagkn
= ,
Barbara Lance, president of Little daughter, Kathleen, spent the -- -AND-

Womn, were guests at this meet- weekend at their camp in the
Love Me Or Leave Me
town Scrub. 1
]1ijPriest's Toy Ing. .
,_ Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Bruce L. Davis Sr. and I Vith Doris Day and James Cagney

Mrs. T. C. Hazen chairman, Mrs.D. son, Powell, of Arcadia were week- Plus jColor Cartoon For Children

To Serve L. Thomas. Mrs. Don Patray,, end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E*. :M.
Is Again Ready Mrs. Curtis Malone Mrs. Betty Davis.la Wed., Thurs. Dec. 14 15

(,< t\, May, Mrs. W. S. McAliley, Mrs. The Opening Of DOUBLE FEATURE -
Needs and Mrs. Carl! Circuit Court. Bradford County, {
Your Milo Siegler
Florida; In Chanrery. I This Is My Love
Roberts. I Chrystobelle Fannie Swingle Plaintiff -I
vs. Robert Milton Swingle, De-i) Linda Darnell and pan Duryea
will be Louise Clements and chil\fendant. Case No. 10-1314 j, W. S. JOHNS
Decorations Mrs.
Wonderland of Toys Gifts and Christmas ,Order of Publication and Notice tot' -AND-
dren of Jacksonville spent the first Appear State of Florida Tot I

found at PRIEST'S Stores. The line is indeed wonderful this of the week with Mr. and Mrs.t'Idence Robert and Milton address Swingle is: c/o, whose Mr. John rea-! 'i SERVICE STATIONON Hell Below Zero

and will be amazed. We invite you to come and come Dan Priest. H. Sowell and i I]East T. Walker Lombard Iron Street.Workers Baltimore Local. 3701 24,- With (Alan Ladd
you Mr. and Mrs. J. ; Maryland. U. S. 301 NORTH 2111 N. TEMPLE AVE. Plus Color Cartoon For Children
Yearly while the selections are ,complete. Use our Lay-away plan. Mrs. J. T. Sowell and children ol:| You are required to appear on
Jon Jan. 9, 1956, in the above named11Court
LaCrosse spent- Tuesday visitingthe and cause, wherein plaintiff I Fri., Sat. Dec. 16, 17
J. H. Sowell's daughter, MrsV. seeks divorce.Bradford : DOUBLE FEATURE -
Paddle County Telegraph shall -
DOLLS V. Hazen, and family.Dr. I'publish this Order in next four Amoco American
Gas Meet You At The
M. B. Herlong, Mr. and Mrs weekly issues. _
nor JUMPER WitnMM hand and official
.1 my
Jtifl Frank Herlong, and Mrs. Carrii seal at Starke Florida, this. Dec 1, CINEMASCOPE
Adams had as weekend guests, Mr. 1855. Color by Technicolor *.
and ){IB.; Mark Herlong-and: fa iJYMrs.1Iary f t\, Charles A. Darby" Complete <; ,1' AMOCO Dan pally and plana Itjnui
v ,I ({t I Edwards:ds, '>Irs.sWiHm. :r v As Clerk of gild: Court
ByMarlan U Crosby Deputy Clerk. Lubrication AND < _
Mrtj: Tom Adams o f And Tires Tubes and
'Cs\\\\ Grooms and Martin J. Pearl 204 Smith EMiWiup
Jacksonville.Mrs. Jacksonville Florida. The Two Gun Teacher
Attys. for Plf, 12/9 U 12/30 Tire Repairs :,Accessories
j r ., P. S.' Denmark of Stark 6'' NOTICE-TO: APPKAH Guy Madison and Andy"'Devine

and Mrs. John Denmark of Jacksonville !. Clrralt, Coast Bradford County, IN CINEMASCOPE

spent the weekend in Tallahassee Florida !. rhaBcer/ WASHING Plus Serial 'Ghost Riders of thtf
Jacqueline A. Moorer, AND POLISHING .11
Price Plaintiff vs.
; '1 t, -, $7.95 : with relatives. Leon B. Moorer, Defendae ,,\. \\'tst"Chapter/ No. ,I and Cartoon
-- Case No. 10-1315 = .
Miss Beryl Holland of Gainesvillwas Watlt"e To ':
We have them priced from Appear.
visiting Mrs. Lucile Davis an d To: Leon B. Moorer 'fe Sabine'u1590.lortaArthur.Texa.t
$1.95 to $12.95 /RaIWIKe7i/. las Drawer .= .

Friday. i You are hereby notified that a

TRAVEL CASE Cute Puddle Jumper Sonny Tenly of Georgia Tec h'cult Divorce for care, custody and support

was home over the Thanksgivin g of minor child Suggestions
bag been
59cGreyhound filed Against you in the
holiday with his parents, "Mr. an d above named Court and cause and,.,I
Mrs. E. D. Tenly. you are required to serve a copy of'' And Excellent Values
DeLuxe your answer or pleading to the come -
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse wer plaint on the Plaintiff" Atton*
Williams & Futch, P. O. Box '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenl Y Starke Florida 182 -' From Denmark's

n M from Friday to Monday while er LanG I file the original In the office
of th. Clerk of the Circuit Court
: route from Fancy Gap, Va. 1;0 before the 9 day e>t Jan., 1956 ODor ;
their winter home in Barberville. otherwise the Allegations of said
Complaint will be taken confessed 5 Piece
jj rN0UN0 : Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk an d by you.

Baby Precious $3.95We Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrew'S Toll nonce aria be published I I
Moil\ once each week for four consecutive
have other fine will spend the weekend in 1-I weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
many trie, Ga. where they win atten,d ranll "
dolls $1.95 to $7.95 Dated this T day of Dec., 135.OFFICIAL .
the exercises at
graduation Spenc::e SEAL mot.W.
( ) Charlea A Darby
Field, in which Lt. Ervin Andrew'S I Clerk of the Circuit Court WAS 79.95
i Fiber $8.95 will participate. By Marian L. Crosby r 12/9\.nuty 4t C1 12/30.rk. II

CARRIAGE Full Size Balloon Easy

FITTED TRAIN CASE roll wheels. Other Wagons I NOW

Only 1.89 in several sizes and prices. I! I

Others at $1.19 and $1.69 PRACTiCALHardware I I
# Cutlery Set II I
ru.- -I'1Ifi.
f' s d SETDoll 1
59.95 1

i I : nri



; Carriage $6.95It Only lOc Come In And See The Many Suits That Have Just Arrived

is woven fiber in beauti 30 Safety Blocks

ful Pastel color. You'll Marvel At The Wide Selection Of RELAXER
I I '

Rainbow Practical Gifts That Are The Most Appre- ,- ,, 'II;

Small Dolls 79c ciated For The Home. a I

have plenty of nice T small]} 1111 _

items. J 1 A FEW SUGGESTIONS : : CHAIR liil

TEA SET I f Revere Ware Electrical .

tOY \7 We Have A Complete Line Appliances ''" FOR DAD'S CHRISTMAS !
19 Tea Set $1.00 $1.00
pc :- Buy One Piece Or A Set e Waffle Irons i, ili iliIII it itI iti

i FOOT BALL tj Dial Telephone Pyrex e, Coffee Pots .

( Ironers I I

t Glassware f N0.Ilee ,:1. I "

UIHIOWMOil.,(HIMI and Dishes And Many Others I 100% NYLON AND PLASTIC !1"1::

I II IIi ,
A Gift She Will Appreciate -

Make It Practical Complete Line Of Pay Only LANE CEDAR CHESTS i

tom. This Year Sporting Goods 00 Per Month
Official Size and Weight Rainbow Hobby Horse $5. Choice Of

$1.95 0 Mahogany WalnutBlonde 49.95On

Foot Ball $2.29 We have dozens more from HUNDREDS OF PRACTICAL GIFTS TO I Our Budget Plan UP

Other sizes and weight Gong Bell and Fisher Price. 89c CHOOSE FROM -

Ii I! Chenille r


\ \\i Was now 3.95 431 446 W. Call St. Phone 151 ,1'1\'!\

5c TO $1.00 STORES Starke, Fla. 5.95
Starke Fla.
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';'week. I>erch. Saturday.Mr. VTTTYTYYYTTYTTTTTTTTYYT HONOR ROLLThe Betty Jo Starling, Marklee Tom-
I Leslie Sweat and linson Torode.
and Mrs. Billy
Miss Jeanette Knight returned Mrs. J. D. Bell and Mrs. Dan
MAXVILLEBy home Sunday after spending four 'arrish were business visitors in family visited in Macclenny Sun- NORTH SIDEBy following students made 12th Grade
months in Tampa visiting her Jacksonville last Wednesday. day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. the Honor Roll at BHS for the Roman Alvarez, Pearson Cox,

aunt, Mrs Beulah Bostick.' Friends of Kenneth Manning H. A. !Sweat: and family. Mrs. Oscar Carter second six-week grading period: Gail Duke, James Eunice, Lex I

Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. L..XL Sponholtz rill regret to learn that he is in Mrs. Mae Higginbotham wa? Wt..&&....A..&....&... 7th Grade Green, Rose Gregory, Jackie
shopping in Jacksonville last Fri Edith Adams, Linda Cox, Jim- Hobbs, William Horne Kathryn 4
and mother, Mrs. W. H. Norman he Veteran's hospital in Lake A chicken supper was enjoyed
Johns, Sandra Johns, John Judd,
my Copeland, Douglas Cruce,
His wife is with her day.Mrs.
visited Miss Debbie Sty. staying members of
ot Saturday night by
of Jack Waters, who has Phillips last Sunday parents in Starke while he isiway. J. C. Nolan and children the North Side Baptist Church. Mikel Denton, Margaret Douglas, .Ruth Lee, Janet Marks, Barbara
been ill in the Veteran's visited :Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matchett,
seriously a. Bill Green, Pat Harper, Linda Jan Mundorff, Josie
hospital in Lake City, will be glad Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis attended Wilkinson in Jacksonville last The WMU ladies met with Mrs. I Hildebran Linda Hutcheson, Maze, Irene Metzger Ken Noegel, _
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson visited Alma last Friday night I
the Thompson
to learn that he is improving and a family reunion at Friday. Thomas Judd, Cecil Leach, Barbara Norman, Jackie Parker.
may be able to return home thisCHARLEY home of Mr. Griffis' sister, Mrs. in Jasper Sunday with Mr. Rob- Nella Marie Webb of Jackson- for prayer and a discussion of David Long, Charles McCloud, Jane Richarde, Eulie Rushton, J Jra
Thornton, in Heilbronn arson's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Owen Christmas plans. "Afterwards, refreshments -I I
Liza ville visited with Lana Nolan Dewey McKinney, Jimmy Malone, Joan Scholl Joyce Scholl, Joanne
in honor of the iloberaon. were served by the
i : Springs Sunday. I Dottie Faye Mercer, Ozell Parra- Slade, Raymond Stefanelli, Ina
Jack Waters visited with
Grif Mrs. .
of Mr. and Mrs. John hostess.Mr. 'I
family Mrs. Davis Buster Stern, Liz Tatum.ONEFORALL .
Buddy and son ire more Partin Barbara
her husband in the Lake City Vetran's and Mrs. Charles Cain of
fis. staying with Mrs. Davis' parents.Mr. Salmon, Nancy Shanbarger,
I Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Cannon and E hospital'Sunday.Friends Green Cove Springs were Sunday ,4
Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Ellis. Woodrow Strickland Annette Ban Point Pen
of Crosby
Randolph Mr. and' Mrs.
vis- guests of
of Jacksonville were
family 1 will regret to hear that she :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas at- Cowart. Thomas, Carolyn Vickers, Jerry Refills Fits any pen. 49c Bradford -

and itors family of Mr.Sunday.E. and Mrs.. C. B. Nolan has been ill for a few days. ,tended the meeting of the Duval We are glad to report that Mrs.G. Walters, Jack Wynn. I County Telegraph.r .

D. Higginbotham and Lyle Mr. and :Mrs. Buddy Browning I County Playground Associationin B. Carter is out of the hospital 8th Grade i iI !
rf Jacksonville and Mr. and :Mrs. Jacksonville Monday night. fine. Robert Alwood, Kathleen Conway i,

Schmels Monday and went caught fishing six at speckled Grandin .James Coleman were dinner guestsof I Mrs. D. :3. Griffis and Mrs. C. i and The getting North along Side Baptist Church I, Larry Elder, Virginia Ervin\\
Hank Graham, Gata
4 Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and B. Nolan attended the County Will conduct baptismal services Judy 0
I I ward Hartman, William Jackson <
family Sunday. Council of Home DemonstrationClubs Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. :
I- Mr and Mrs. Frank Hunter of: and Christmas party at I The WMU ladies met with Mrs. Judy Lesawyer, Betty Ann Lewis d.

I r Ci Macclenny were dinner guests of the Edgewood Club Jacksonville Ola Mae Sapp Monday night, Nov. Margaret Ann Phillips, Perman
b- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves Sun- Tuesday. 28, for special prayer for the mis- Roberts, Sara Joe Sprow, Harold
Tyus, Martha Weldon, Frank Love
r day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and sion work. Refreshments were
C Williams, Catherine WainWright I I
Waters Mary
: Jack and childrenof children served Mrs. -j
were business visitors in by Sapp.
Jacksonville have been staying Jacksonville Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown visit-I Douglas Seymour.9th I II %
E. JOHNS & SON with Mr. Water's mother, :Mrs.' Grade I I
Teen Agers Club Sleets ed his grandfather who is very ill I iI I r
Dorothy Waters, while Mr. Watersis Barbara Bates, Terrell Green, I
about this in Starke.Mr. : ,
question in the hospital.Mrs. The Maxville Teen Age Club John Green, Charlene Hardy, Jim- _. MEW __. _
and Mrs. G. L. Macaragesof
met Thursday, Dec. 1, at the
.' Beulah Bostick and familyof my Hobbs, Judith Judd, Helen "
When had our midnight home of Mrs. C. B. Nolan with Valdosta, Ga. were weekend __:_GJt' 'pHrc' ::33; : I AN ALWAYS 'r
we Tampa were guests Sunday of guests of her brother and sister-. Kelly, Judy Kelly, Herbert LeMee. I! II
MTS. F. B. Coleman I
fire I learned that a local 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Knight and as cosponsor. 'Ray Maxwell, Patsy Nichols, ; REMEMBERED
like family The club was very proudto in-law, the Jimmy Johnsons. Maurice Overstreet, Franklin .. n,WITHFEATURING;. ___'
insurance agent a amily. receive several members.A Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and 'I SUPERBLY NEWGRUEN
is call at all hours.I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browningof new Ritch, Elizabeth Ann Simmons,
this I'm in Jacksonville
"Phooey on porridge.! box supper was planned for sons were shopping 1iW1i! *L1
also pleased with the Jacksonville were guests of Mr. .I Shi Smith Jr., Wayne Thomas.
was real food at the and Gainesville last Satur
getttng some
Saturday night, Dec. 10, at the
of and Mrs. James Coleman last 10th Grade .
and full payment '- -
prompt Guidon GrilL"Little ,Civic Club, but has been postponed I :EO.tUSN.G;
Thursday evening.Mr. day.Mrs. Patricia Alvarez .. _
our claim. Can these servicesbe 'until later date. At the close Oscar Carter and mother,, Wilbur Barry, 'THE PRECISION WATCH*'
provided only by a local I Goldilocks and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and I of the a meeting refreshments Mrs. Carrie Norman shopped in.'Betty Farkas, Gerry Gibson, Pat t
family, Mrs. Dan Parrish and Pat- were Hobbs, Winston
Kelly, Nellie
agent who is available by say it louder served. Gainesville last Wednesday.Miss .
ty Parrish were business visitorsin Lewis, Gerald Norman, T. J. Par- J .
24 hours of the day? Three bears think Miss :Merle : Madeline Norman spentpart .
phone Starke Saturday afternoon.A Higginbotham spent rish, Patricia Pellum, Dianna Groflar f/3.5 lens
make fine chowder. of last week with her sister,
you'd last week in Jacksonville with
bridal shower will be held Reil,
Audrey Railey, Burge Sear-
Charley E. Johns Friday night Dec. 9, at the Max- her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. Mrs.her Bill Wilson, in Jacksonville ing, Elissa Stefanelli, :Mark I Shutter speeds from

GUIDON GRILLGeorge vile Baptist Church for Mrs. Bill and :Mrs. Lyle Schmels and daughter and parents in Miami. Thompson, Ronald Wiggins, Kay 1/300 sec.Synchronized.
Roberson recent bride-elect. Everyone and Misses Carolyn and An- Mrs. Carrie Norman is spend- Walrath.

is invited. It will be at 7:30 nette Higginbotham. While there ing this week in Wesconnet with 11th Grade shutter r
& Son AgencyPhone I her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. i .
Kopelousos, Owner she went to see Webb Pierce. Nancy Bates, Joyce Beal, Smith
pjn.Miss Debbie assisted and Mrs. John Aguiar. Bui't-in rangefinderS e ,,
Phillips Friends of Westberry Griffis Devoe, Alice Dodd, Emojean Hall,
Starke Fla.
13 Starke, Fla. Mrs. Hardy and Winford Wilkinson will regret to learn that he has Mrs. Richard Carter and Mrs. Tom Long, Lucile McCullough,
of field scale
IA LA A LA LAAAAA LA AAAAAA ALA:l entertain with a social for the been seriously ill at his home Elizabeth Pearce were shopping'I Freddie Moore Gayle Moore, Clair Depth
Intermediate Sunday School classof here. in Jacksonville last Friday. Jean Mundy Henry Richarde. 'i Body release Y

i mi the Highland Baptist Churchat :Mr, and Mrs. Theo Plummerand -
the home of Mrs. Hardy in Joe and Betty Hogan of Jack-I t Visi-Ready footage scale \ Your

Highland on Friday evening. sonville visited with Mr. and Mrs.
GIFT BOXESNAVEL Mike Carter and son of Starke D. J. Parrish and family Sunday.Mr. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEZENITH Spectramatic flash settings Choke/
Buddy Wilkinson, Louie Carter, Lavish
and Mrs. Sam Hicks of Grwe Myrta.
George Carter, Richard Mosley, Plus Other NEW FEATURES new iryfing supremely
Lawtey visited with Mr. and Mrs.
PINEAPPLE PINK Lee Moore and Carl Taylor went occurelt. 17 jewels.
hunting last Saturday and Mr. Dan Parrish Sunday.R. Complete Outfit Expansion bracelet J

Oranges Oranges GrapefruitBy Carter killed a 93 lb. buck. L. Harris was a business

Friends of Mrs. Buddy Wilkin- visitor in Jacksonville last Friday. ea I 's ;. Camera, Flash Unit and Grvt, modem Voltr. Handsome Cnei*

Fast Express. Guaranteed Delivery son will regret to learn that she Louise Hilton and Lorida Hilton I x Al RADIO Carrying Case 17 jewel accuracy.Exponiwn .
has been ill with a throat infec- from Lake Butler were visitors of 3975 band.Umlttd .

JINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES tion.William Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips and AND $79.50 Prices Md.Ad.vet

TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVEMARTIN'S I Whitehead suffered a Mrs. Debbie Phillips Sunday. 41
light stroke last week. We wish Mrs. Daisy Padgett and Bonnie Prices include Federal Tax and
for him a speedy recovery. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clif- 17" are subject to change withoutnotice. lane/ Ofl/yl/

FRUIT SHOPNorth I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and, ton Carter and family on Clay Evanston T1814R 159.95 .

daughter had as their supper Hill Saturday.Mr. .
I i
Temple AvenuengAItrLrIrU guests"last Sunday night Mr. and When Your TV Needs GEM JEWELRYStarke
, Mrs. Denver Godwin and family of Mrs. Henry Carter Service Call 166 and Service BULLINGTONStudio
spent Sunday in
with .
Lawtey .. .
' Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs; James 6 I', ,
Mr and Mrs. I' I I I.
Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry James Waters. 224 N. Temple Ave PHONE 166 Starke and Gift Shop I .
Friends Florida Fla.
of Randall Harris will
Griffis and daughters. I Phone 265 Starke Fla.
to thatVia_ _
regret learn has heen
Sunday. School Party. -- ---- w .
A Miss Rose Mary-Wellhausen entertained ill for several days. Mrs. Joe t
$ \(ADD A ] Saturday afternoon with Lucas carried him to the doctorin =

U&d a party honoring the Junior classf Maccleuny on Monday.Mrs. .
JJJLUIM\ PLEASE DO the Long Branch Sunday School. Daisy Padgett, Alvin and j

S3fe HIS HOBBY fl f y, dames were played and prizes bert Norman.Mr. I We Have Jacksonville Prices
6 awarded after which refreshmentsof and Mrs. Melvin Watson j I

W WTHENHECAU-jlm ed.Mr.cake and cold drinks were serv- I and family Saturday were ;visitors in Jacksonville 1'

PURSUE/ and Mrs. Mack Flowers and Bonnie Padgett spent Sunday in

C, i family of Avon Park visited with Highland with Mr. and Mrs. Al- J -
Mr., and Mrs. D. B. Griffis Sunday = NEVER UNDERSOLD 1
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffis had ,
evening. as their guests Sunday Mr. Griffis' J -
There will be a Singing ttonven-
brothers, Raymond Griffis and J

The bon Willing The public at Willing Workers Hart is invited.Haven Workers Meet on Club Dec.met 18. Raiord.Nathan Mrs. W.Griffis A. cannon and of son Palatka from | Shop At HOME SAVE Time and Money! 4

______ I,
Mrs. .
Thursday afternoon Dec. 1, at the L. A. Ward and Mrs.G. ft,
home of Mrs. C. B. Nolan. After M. Beach of Hastings were 1

::1 business meeting, plans were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. J Complete Line Of CHRISTMAS .
made for the club to go on a hay Nolan and family on Monday. C CARDS |
ride and weiner roast Friends of Mrs. Simeon Phillipswill
6 S. RISE- Friday
5 night Dec. 9. They are supposedto regret,) learn that she is Tree and House Decorations FOR ALL t
meet at Mrs. Nolan's home at ill at her home here. 1

$ SUPPLIFr 6:30: p.m. and bring weiners and Miss Gloria Higginbotham, '
I buns. After the meeting refreshments Jacksonville visited with her LIGHTS

*5333t I were served. mother, Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and g
( Mrs. F. B. Coleman and Mrs. family Tuesday.
J. C. Nolan assisted in entertain- Mrs. D. J. Parrish, Mrs. Leslie E 79c I '

ing. Chilson, Mrs. John North, Mrs. Ea up
S Inging ConventionThe I Ben Higginbotham and Mrs. Dos

: Maxville Congregational Higginbotham were business w
Holiness will hold an all day meeting visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday TREEBALLS J.I J.

{ b Sunday, Dec. 11, and dinnerbe 5cTO$1,00EACH5c .
served on the grounds. Promptly -
l at two o'clock the Singing Convention James Dean StarsIn I

will start and the public Powerful Film I to 39c Each / / Christmas Cards for 29c |
iv invited to attend.
{ Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris Coming To Florida"Rebel

l See Our / / were business visitors in Jacksonville -
'K: Special last Wednesday.Mr. Without A Cause," g
and Mrs. George Sculley, opening Sunday at the Florida Finest Christmas Gift Values

'g Holiday Offeringsin and children visited Mrs. Hattie Theatre, tells the dramatic storyof
Nolan Sunday. a boy who tries to find the g I

e 3 t Mr. and :Mrs. Buford Higgin love and affection denied him at -WE HAVE EVER OFFERED'

t 3ft botham and family and Mr. and home, as a member of a juvenile g
Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham, Daisy
Unusual and Artistic aid Bonnie Padgett attended a gang.
Highly ,
ftI James Dean, who made his film
i t hog killing at Mr. and Mrs. Clifton d ELECTRIC BLANKETS AND
debut in "East Eden,
of plays B.B. GUN 5.95 -
Carter's house on Clay Hill Friday only -
""IDECANTERS AND FANCYIf I the teenager who is caught in the J
and Saturday. They butchered ; undertow of today's Juvenile via Heating Pads 5.95 \
and up
made 01
eight hogs plenty
t, GIFTS FOR MEN f sausage. Everyone was surely w o I lence. Natalie-Wood has the part
rnof Dean's girl friend, marking her 14.95g Lamps 5.95
,when they now -
transition from child parts to I
I" < Anyone wishing transportationin I dramatic roles.
to register, please contact Grif
1I 0 1 fis Bros store, Bud Harris' storeor A great deal of practical research -' Mens and Ladies 1
3 1 t Joe Lucas and they will see is said to have gone into ,:

r'J that you get to the registration of the making of this picture. The
Bill Folds
\, i I fice. director spent many hours with I' l.OOup ELECTRIC SHAVERS .Q I Ig
We Solicit Inquiries From Business ExecutivesAnd ':J The County Surveyors were out teenage gangs, as well as visiting

Management Personnel. last week and surveyed out the their haunts, such as drive-in Ronson $19.95 {
theatres, restaurants, and street
land which we hope will soon be a

4 GIVE HIM A GIFT HE'LL SURELY .J r1 playground for our children. corners, with a tape recorder in Brush and Comb Set 1.00 : Remington 21
PTA MeetingJust order to make the dialogue as up Schick ..g
ENJOY a reminder that the Daniel realistic as possible. Highlights of |

I Boone PTA will meet Wednesday, the research involved several con Sunbeam DAY
t1 Dec. 14. A election will \'ersationsith criminologists and IJ
Come In Today !1 be held and all members. are urgedto [: psychiatrists who' discussed the 6 LARGE ASST. OF DOLLS $7.50 TradeinOn FREE TRIAL 1 :
attend. problems of modern youth with \ Old Razor A

r1 Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Godwin film officials. p

.end family moved to Jacksonvillelast Tape recorders were planted in \ Come In And Look GIFTS GALORE .. USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN I'! !
LONG BRIDGE Saturday so Mr. Godwin wouldLe 1 teenage hangouts so that authentic &

nearer to his work. dialogue could be used in the
Kyle Cannon is still ill after s a"I script.
J PACKAGE STORE :((1 couple of weeks. His daughter, Koch Store Your Christmas

\ Mrs. Dan Hargroves, had< to takelhim WANTED PECANS Drug Shopping CenterZ525Z5Z5252SZ5HSZSSSZSZS252
(! to the doctor again last Mon- Xo quantity too large or too 'Efn
f9 On Highway 100 j 1 !day. small. Cash market: prices. See

( 11 Miles From Starke Enroute To Lake Butler Mrs. James Coleman, Misses! us before selling. Dillard Keene. 'Till Ten ptp
1, Minnie Coleman Jewel Higgin Between Railroad and Signal
botham and Jo Ann Parrish were Light. 117 W. Brownlee. Ph. 187.
wit t on a shopping trip in Jacksonvile- 117 \V. Brownlee. Ph. 187. p47ha'b4eM4 N 4 bM C+4pseepCaCSbntpYgpepCyt jbi'


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St. Edward's Church I I Interment was in the family plot. vension.

SHOP.-- PLUM PUDDING FOR LUCK F N under the direction of DeWitt C. Harry Tucker killed a 10-point
Sunday Mass at 9:15
a. m. -< 3 Jones Funeral Home. buck in Dixie County.
Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and '" Active pallbearers were Emmett
Harry Houston said he
JCHUKCHES 8:30: a. m.Children's. E j Norton, Bill Hagan, Edwin Smith
I the limit"
F on geese on a tnp to
Catechism Class each i John Magyari, New Burney, and the Gulf Coast.

!T Wednesday Keystone at 3:15 HeightsAt p. m. I = W I It' j i Leon Ellington. % Local woods are so dry that

< few quail are being killed. hunt-

Presbyterian Church 'i At The TabernacleSunday (Follow( St.Hiway Wailara's 21 south Chapel to) St. A P S J Hunters Report ers reported.Kereise.

1 William's Sign.) k } Good Luck Except ;
Saturday-Adult Choir practice, morning services at the Sunday Mass 8 a. ,m. billfold"HElWANTSJ I
3 p. m. Executive Board of the Tabernacle were conducted by F. Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Plans for the local appearance Too Few Quail

I Women of the Church, 4 p. m. L. Sacher of Park-of-the-Palms. Confessions before all MasSes. s j I of the Suwannee River Jamboree!i !
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn I Visitors included Mr. and Mrs. 1 i in the USO on Dec. 15 were madeat Deer hunters from Bradford
Joseph Brown of Park-of-the- the regular meeting of the :County camping recently in the
'Take and Read, St. Mark's
ing Worship palms and Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs of Episcopal (Bradford Chapter FFA on Tuesday -i Ocala National Forest said they

11 a. m. Congregations meetingfor Jacksonville. Rev. Raymond E. MacBlalD p 1RCd Nov. 29. Vice President Billy :have "been getting 'em." O 1
the purpose of electing three Gaskins presided in I Bill Graham
Tuesday night the group gavea the absence reported that a I
deacons following the morning Services at St. Mark's, Episcopal. of President Roman Alvarez. :group camping with him killed
service. Men of the Church District surprise party and baby showerat W. Church will be as follows: Other items of business included [three. Manley Levell killed a six ol>thCTOiz
the home of Mr. and Mrs. I
Rally at Branford, 3 'p. m. Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church ,
to the a discussion of the chapter hog pointer L. J. Kite a four pointer,
B. McKinney, returning
Youth Fellowship 6 p. m., Tommy School and Adult Class 11 I
; ajn. project and a revision of the and Red Alvarez a three pointer.
Tabernacle in time for the eve csn-
Andrews and Mrs. Helen Pater- Morning Prayer and Sermon 6:30 ': <
; : stitution and by-laws. Hunters report that Corley I
service.jHiWay. .1
eon, hosts. Evening Worship, "A p.m. Y. P. S. L. The I Johns brought a buck back from

Decision to Stand for God," 7:30 I Wednesday: 7:3 p.m. Litany -j American chapter Legion voted Fair to disk the |the scrub. Dewey Williams got S5QO
Groundsand ,
p. m. Special music by Junior i Chapel and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir I '" .. plant Pensacola Bahia :I an 11-pointer, they said, and i plus ill

Choir. I Assembly of God Practice. la the Church of England the prayer for the last Sunday before. this spring. grass Markalee Starling and H. D. !

Tuesday-Circles of the Womenof Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Advent began with the words "Stir up'. And this many of the people For entertainment, the members Starling are reported to be eating
the Church will meet in Sun- ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m. took to be a reminder to sun their plum pudding for Christmas. Since! viewed color slides of the various \ ,hff
day'School annex.. 7:30 p. m. The I Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. this traditional pudding is such an ideal gift as well as desert for holiday! FFA exhitits at the (
Women of the Church will meetin Woman's Missionary Council Hampton Christian Church parties it may be well to note the date and make several puddings in this county fair FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
II plenty of time for the holidays. Be sure to let each member of the year.Funeral Amp!*roo the Assembly Hall 8 p. .m. I I meeting Wednesday 10 a. m. Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. household take the good luck they HoI ...lat\
a turn at stirring pudding-for say.,
Wednesday-Junior Choir practice Midweek preaching service Preaching 11 a. m. Evening ond photo spas Cat 0114IIouoe

3:30 p. m. Prayer Meetingand I Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach PLUM PUDDING SundayFor JUST ONE k.

Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. ing 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Bibl y\ cup enriched flour Vi cup finely chopped blanched almonds Durell Driskell FRIGIDAIREMade
Church of God Study Hour 7:30 p. m. Willard M. 1 teaspoon salt Vi cup seeded raisins 8-feature "Director" with secret'
SEVENTH DAY ,.. Jones, Pastor. \'\ teaspoon cinnamon1 cup finely chopped dates I Durell Driskell, 82, longtime only by General I pocket and Indexed transparent
ADVENTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- V4 teaspoon cloves \\ cup chopped candied orange peeji resident of Starke, died in a Motors Corp. Au other pass and photo pockeSTProvision'or : '

Services each Sabbath in the i{I tug Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve PE"'TACOSTALE V4 teaspoon mace f y cup chopped candied citron Jacksonville nursing home on Electric Refrigerators are ( spare car and.house keys. Permanent J

Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. ning Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P. HOLINESS CHURCH V\\\ teaspoon teaspoon ginger nutmeg ii 1 cup cup hot fine milk bread crumbs Thursday Dec. 1, following a made by other companies registration.*

Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and I Sunday School 10 Morn J/4 cup seedless raisins 14 cup sugar < long illness. He was born in II and cannot use the word
every week by R. Mathews_ paS- Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. ing 11 a. m. scup" currants \ 4 eggs, beaten Connecticut on Dec. 18, 1872, wasa Frigidaire.
tor. Bible Study each Thursday Lawtey. Worship a. m. Evening 3/4 cup candied 'cherries1 cup beef suet, ground retired carpenter and a member -
7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday H cup finely chopped figs y\ cup white wine of the Baptist Church.
night I {Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Prayer Service 7:30
awaits everyone.KINGSLEY. Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Rev Roland p. m.- Mix and sift flour, salt and.spices; stir in fruits and nuts. Combine Surviving are two daughters,
Saturday 7:30 p.m. S. Morgan, pastor. crumbs and milk and let stand 10 minutes. Beat sugar and eggs and' Mrs. Gay Leach of Starke, and ? ?
LAKE add alternately with suet to the crumb mixture."Stir in flour-fruit';' Mrs. Leila Stewart I
of Austin,
MISSIONARY BAPTIST PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH mixture. Add white wine and mix well. Turn the mixture into a generously I Texas THEN SEE
School 9:4D: ; > a.m. Mont- CHURCH LAWTEY, FLA. buttered 2-quart mold; tie over the mold a damp and floured') ; and one son, William Ray The"Dlrechi", Billfold
Sunday .
cheese cloth. Cover the mold tightly. Steam about 3Vi hours in boiling Driskell, in the U. S. Army over- Is also auilabl with i JK)0()
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 ajo. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach E. H. SMITHTenth < roomy coIl po kll. U
water, adding more water as needed. Remove mold from water and] Smooth Cowhids. planted
Service 7:30 Prayer Meetinfeach Morning Service 11 a.m. mg 11 a. m. & 7:30 Midweek seas.Funeral
pjn. 1' cool. Store in a cool dark place about 2 weeks to 1 month to mellow.], services were held at
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every Evening Service 7:30 p.m. service Wednesday 7:30, p. xa. When ready to serve, steam about 45 minutes. Unmold the pudding,;, the graveside in Kingsley Lake BULLINGTONStudio
one we.lcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, Prayer Meetings Wednesday A. E. Massey, pastor. pour over 3 tablespoons brandy and set aflame.rBAYLESSHIW and Temple Ave.
1 Cemetery Sunday afternoon, Dec.
tight 7:45: Saturday night
pastor. p.m. 14, at 1 o'clock, with Rev. Willis Starke, Fla. and Gift Shop

--=->/- -- L. Overturf Jr., Minister II I I '9..- .- .- .. .- .- .. .. .............._._._._.._..... I, I Rev. H. H. :Mott officiating i Phone 265 Starke, Fla.

Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. I'

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- \ !

ning Worship 7:30 p. m.

STARKE FLA. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 By Anna Rath
p. m.
.I The Most '
Radio program, "Old Paths" LL&ALv ... Appreciated Gilt

REVS LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor each Sunday 9 a. m. Station .
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman
WDVH. I Is The USEFUL GiftThis
: Jefferson and Court Streets In.The Heart of Town were business visitors in Gainesville -

J Phones Office 234 Pastcriun 130 BROOKER Saturday.

BAPTIST CHURCH I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woods and I Christmas in better
Re*. C. B. Stalling, Pastor ice are a position than ever beforeto
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. baby of Jacksonville, and Mr. and
Sunday School help you with Holiday Gift Problems With
10 ajoi. Morning Mrs. Ellis Howard and family of your our ever
Sunday School.9:45 A.M. _Training Union 6:16 P.M. Worshhip 11 ajn. BTU &30 'c.
Bryceville visited
p.m. the H. B. Kel- expanding Office
>' Evening Service 7:30 Supply Department, we now have on dieplay
Ai-/ pjn. Prayer lys last week.
Service Wednesday, g:00 P.M. Meeting Wednesday pjn. : Mr.: and Mrs. Mills Kelly and many items that we could not stock before. Come in and

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST family of Lake City, and Mr. and look around for a USEFUL Gift ... one that will be appreciated

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. LATTER DAY SAINTS ville Mrs. were Randolph Sunday Crosby guests of of Max-the. I the whole year through. *

Services each Sunday In'old I C. C. Crosbys. a
Masonic Hall on 'E. Call St. Sun- ,
I Rev. and Mrs. :
C. A. Crosby of
day School
M a. m. .Sacrament
[ervice ft:30: Penny Farms ,visited relatives
: p.' m. Everyone Demand
veil -
"Treasures of Wrath" will be the Pastor l 1 I come. here last week. By Popular
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby recently Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
SermonSubject ,
WOODLAWN visited :Mrs. Crosby's parI I Our Stock of .
at 7:30 P.M..- Don't Miss it! BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH I ents, :Mr. and :Mrs. :Mason Elixson,

10 I in Lake Butler. Mrs. Elixson was c

First Baptist Church HamptonSunday preaching.a.m. Sunday 6:15 BTU School, 6:45, :11 prayer a.m.- ill. I .

service, 7 o'clock Mr. and :Mrs. Robert t
song services. Stefant'lli'l' &
7:30 evening services. and daughter have 1e4400I
School 10 AM. Training Union 6:30 PJL I
!Pensacola. after spending ten days
Morning Worship11 A.M. Evening Service 7:301.1.
I IHOLBRONN j I II here with friends and relatives.

; "Hour of Power" -- Wed. -- 8 P.M. i j I BAPTIST CHURCH I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I 1 .1. r

Series Sunday School 10 Lois Newman were :Mr. and :Mrs. Is the Largest and Most Beautiful we have .
of Sermons on Second Coming a.m. preach- )
ing 11 ajn. -Training Union 6:30,Charles Newmans of Gainesville, I ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied "7

of Christ ARE in the Process of Ke- ,, < pjn.Preaohing 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Knowles Esterbrook user ask the man who owns '

Meeting Wednesday 7:30: pjn. of Starke. I one. Pens, Pencls and Desk Sets by rAmerica's

ing Delivered at this Service.. Attend J i 4n.... Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. I Miss Mary Alyce Crosby of I Oldest Pen maker.

and you will see why we have more .fill i Jacksonville was home for the! Pehle-Polt Setdaintypurse

than 100 i in Prayer Meeting Weekly. ', d CHURCH I, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews and The Popular pencil in size handy pen find-and

r\: .', ....1( Sunday School a. m. .preath.1 Nancy, and Mrs. Floyd Crosbyand able case. Choice of ,
ing 11 a. m. Training point choice of 6
Marvin Faile Pastor Anna Ruth and Marty were -
p. m. DESK SET pastel colors $5.00
Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer I It j shopping in Jacksonville last Friday -
I j t Meeting Wednesday 7SO:: p. m. Aulo-Fil Desk Pen Set-with the
.. -- -- '- ..... ., .-. .. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, ;t Q' pen that fills Itself from a giant ink.
. '" .1 I pastor j Remember Sunday School, BTU
.-.,1:0': -p. p .4 rnL _._ f In Black I O? fountain in the base. Fountoin-base
and Prayer Meeting same time as needs! ink only 4 times yearly innormal
I School Holidays j usual. Young People's Meeting 3.25 ( vse. Choice of point, choice
ON STAGE--IN PERSON Begin Dec. 16 every Saturday night at 8. I 'Ii of color . . $4.00

Christmas vacation will beginon City Near CompletionOn In Colors 0
e Dec. 16 for about
add students and 130 teachers 2,909 in InstallationOf '3.75

Bradford County schools% School New Power LinesThe Also with .
comes chain attached for
(X Supt. Harmon :Morgan said last Motels, Restaurant use in
Banks Service Sta-
I It week .I Starke municipal power

____ Classes will be resumed on I plant, is nearing the end of a ten-j I tions, etc.NOW.

.1 Jan. 2srt. week job of replacing the main Glt
.d. I
power lines in the city with new"

4 : heavy wire, Supt. Riley Wasdin I YOU GET The
r C I said Friday. Deluxe "K" Peckel Set-
Thread the point Beautiful, deep-toned Ester
This work is in preparation. for I Ideal of your choice brook Pen end matching Push
II I the increased voltage which will MORE FEATURES ...Into the barrel Pencil. Gleaming metal caps.

be produced when the new gen- Gift boxed i $1.73
II'I erators now arriving from New Gift .
Bern. N. C. have been installed. -MORE VALUE !I Give them an Esterbrook this Christmas .

I "There is no use putting in the I for one of many beautiful pen and pencil sets,

new engines until the new wire I or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be
'. I' has been installed," Wasdin said. of easier smoother
I'I presents writing, because
The city is putting in new poles v Student
.J I and new construction before you choose the right point for any kind, anyway

__ I M changing over to the higher voltage < aNEw of writing. More than 30 point styles.

Any Way I he said. Teacher,

Friday, Dec. 15 8:00 P.M. He added that the new generators ..
about double the voltage

USO Bldg. Starke, Fla. You Look At It! /:output voltage problems and should in the eliminate City. all REM I N G TON ouseOFFICE EQUIPMENT e,

; .the Personal l Property;I Wife

Floater is BIG insurance pro-1' Orange Trailer I&a--I- J.h When in need of the Heavier Items of ,

JIM and JESSIEAnd toett on. It covers your cloth ]Burns On RoadA tL.J. or Office Equipment Desks Chairs -

ing, luggage, camera, sports I Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices
equipment and other Compare!! this typewriter and you First. We can offer
personal you
trailer loaded with I
oranges wilf be convinced BusinessMan
The VIRGINIA BOYS belongings at home or away I burned near Lawtey early Satur- that here is a delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the
.. superb portable
also your furniture and (lay morning while the driver and gives beautiful typewriter that opportunity to quote.
WITH you printworlc and
household equipment cab were gone.Assistant .
.0 new ease of operation-it's quiet
against nearly all risks Fire Chief C. W.
JOE MEADOWS of lossor
and KENNY WELDEN too It's the only portable with .
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damage. }Pickett: said the Starke fire dept.
Miracle Tab and 34 other
Stars of CAPITAL RECORDS. Former Stars of the Let u* tell you the complete vas called out about 2:30: a.m. useful features. Budget outstanding TERMS JFDESIRED Also Remington Adding Machines
but by the time they arrived at
famous WWVA Jamboree of Wheeling West Virginiaand story of this grand broad- .he fire almost the whole trailer, Terms.Test Typing trials arranged.

now of coverage policy! vas in flames. i I TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE _

The SUWANNEE RIVER JAMBOREE p_._._._._.. "Even the tires burned off," he;I e
j .
Pickett said the fire department I .
FEATURING H. Jail\ Agency vas called out Dec. 1 to a woods

ire about a mile south of the Bradford County Telegraph :

Virginia Boys Quartette and Others Phone: 146 ity: limits. The fire was en-
d langering storage tanks owned

(SPONSORED BY BRADFORD CHAPTER FFA) 200 E. Call Street by the Central Florida Gas Co. I

.. Starke. Fla. Friday afternoon the department Phone 29 Starke Fla. Est. 1879

-. --.'--. _.-,1 .__ ___ .;..- _. ._._ -_- -__. was called out to another I J
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Former- Outlaw \Funeral. 'Services I,Suwanne Jamboree ,J.Lawtey Lions I Murder Story Guardsmen Plan Students Conduct \ ]Recent Births

Will Be Heard At For Edwin P. Green |To Play HereThursday I To Get Charter Christmas PartyAt Rotary Meeting \ Doctors Hospital announces the

Afternoon >II Night 1 Blanding Club 1 ollowing: births:
Sunday !
Pine Level Church UnfoldsContinued I High School students took over
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwin StaJ-
I December 15th |the various at the
One of the Nation's top en-;' Starke National Guardsmen will posts Rotary j; of Braoec.
f] 1 Edwin Price Green, 36, lifelong]I[ \ :Club con-1 ing Lawtey a son Byron
resident of Starke, died Friday; tertainment groups will come to Charter Night ceremonies for ( from Page One) have their annual Christmas din I ducted meeting Wednesday II' ) 2.

Dec. 2, in a Jacksonville hospital,. Starke Thursday night, Dec. 15, the newly organized Lawtey Lions ner and party Monday night Dec. "the program as if they "be- Mr.and Mrs. William LawrenrePowier

after a brief illness. under sponsorship of Bradford Club will be held in the Lawtey waited until she closed then wentin 12, in the Enlisted Men's Club at longed. ,I of Lawtey, a son William

Mr. Green was born in Starke Chapter, Future Farmers of school lunch room Thursday \' to talk to her. Camp Blanding. This is an annual Bobby Ferguson presided as club ]Lawrence[ Fowler Jr., Dec. 1.

on May 9. 1918, the son of Loren America. Jim and Jesse and the night, Dec. 15. A turkey dinner 'I Body Too Stiff event for members of Co. C, 748th ,president. Lex Green Jr. returned
At first he told her that Smith ,thanks, Glenn Reddish introduced
D. and Mae Dees Green of Virginia Boys have risen fast will be served starting at 7:30. Armd. Ord. Bn. (formerly Hq &
Starke. Until his recent illnesshe I to the top in the field of country o'clock. I I had killed Simms and asked her to I Hq Co., 2nd Bn., 124th In!.) and I guests, Tommy Haines led songs, Starke Maternity Hospital announces -
take him back to Ocala. Before ,Gerry Gibson gave the news re-
recorded the births
their families. following
for I
as an auto- music, and have District Lions officials and members -
had been employed
[going, they went by Simms' I ''port, Irvan Covington acted as ser-
salesman. Capital records for the yast four of the sponsoring group, the i After dinner entertainment Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Crews oi

mobile They are equally at homeon Starke Lions Club, will take part and Dennis drove the car of the 1:include skits by members of the.: geant at arms and Tom Long I I J>tarke, a son, James Leslie DeL <
1 Besides his parents, he -is survived years. dead farther served
man off the road. i as secretary for the day.|,:
television and I unit, round and
radio, ceremonies. TheBuS square dancing
stage in .Jhe charter '
wife Mrs. Marty [
by his Sheriff Reddish said Dennis told Douglas Nolin introduced the !II'
I and singing. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore
[records. Band'ill provide music for group '
Young Green Starke; three him he tried to put the body in I'program which was a film of the'I
I The
These performers have become the occasion. Starke unit was activated I of Starke a daughter, Cynthia
daughters Patsy, Linda, and Mar- the car to take it back to Ocala I 14-0 victory of Bradford High over
famous for their renditions of ,Dave. Shuford, president of' the I :on Nov. 19, 1945 and was one 01 f (I Gayle Dec. 5.Mr. .
inn Green all of Jacksonville, but it was stiff and he couldn'tlift : Seabreeze. The film was narrated
,sacred songs and music, as well club will receive, the" :the few units in Florida to receive and Mrs. Gerald Starling of
and a stepson. Jimmie Young itWhen : by Head Tornado Coach Lennard
Bill Mills, who spent 25 years Green. as the old-fashioned fiddling by charter, which will be presentedby I a rating of Superior on its last I.Starke, a daughter, Priscilla Jan
walls after being Starke; one brother, Inman Dennis was arrested in ::.Register. '
behind prison and the five-string annual inspection by a .Dec. 5.Mr. .
Joe Meadows, Fred J. Marrow, Lions District represen.
convicted of 32 different tarke: ann one sister Mrs. Elise Ocala, Reddish said, he had in his j Congressman D. R. (Billy) lat.1 V
tried and banjo picking by Kenny Welden. Governor. Hugh B. Ingram, of tative of the Inspector General's,.1 I and Mrs. Robert J. Starling
In Texas and Oklahoma, pass. Tallahassee. pockets a letter from Mrs. Manning thews of Gainesville in Starke for'
crimes Their show is said to be clean in the Starke Lions, will serve as ,office from Third Army. j jI 'of Starke, a son Ronald Craig
will speak at the Pine Level Funeral services were held in i respect. ceremonies.The her husband's drivers license I! When activated after World :the day was a guest at this meet- 'I':Dec. 5.

*Church, Tuesday night Dec. 13 the First Methodist Church, of every These musicians were nationally master Lawtey of club has a total of with auto insurance her policy, and a note I War II, the unit was designatedas 'ing. :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleof

at 7:30: o'clock. which he was a member, Sunday as stars phone number. He also a headquarters company. It Starke, a daughter Vicki Lynn
for years members. i I'I'I
many '
known 22 charter will'
carried of the elders deacons
at 3:30 o'clock with I keys to her car with him, new and
above in the prison afternoon
Pictured Barn Dance ati was redesignated an ordnance Dec. 6.Airman.
-Ie. Mitchell and 1of the Tennessee O. J. Phillips and L. H. Futch Reddish said. I I be held at the morning service onj I II
clothes he will wear during the Rev. Thomas Tenn. and the WWVA company last month when the 48th 1-c and Mrs. Owen J
Knoxville oft
officiating.:I are co-chairmen of Charter Night The sheriff said this was one of! Sunday. Dec. 25. Their terms .
Mr. Mills will tell how Rev. W- S. Inf. Division I
program, at Wheeling W Va. was converted to arm V Phillips Jr. of Starke, a daughteCheryl
the hardest murders he to'' service will Jan. 1.
Lake arrangements. has had begin
in Crosby
he 16 electrocuted during -1 I Interment was coast or. I
saw men have been heard from I Anne born Dec. 6. Mrs
He will under direction of De- They solve. He said when the body of I I Each member of the church isj
his prison career. Cemetery to coast on networks and are Simms I The unit is commanded by 1st 1' Phillips is the former Betty Anne
conversion behind C. Funeral Home. WILL THEIR XMAS was discovered he had been V urged to be present for the meeting -
described his ,Witt Jones I
now seen and heard in person I dead for two 'I Lt. Randal F. Chitty. The senior V
days. There was no :this Sunday Flynn.
prison bars and will demonstratethe I I Active pallbearers were Woodrow every Saturday night on the Su- BE MERRY? evidence to go on he said. i enlisted man in the unit is M. Sgt
"whipping bat which is still Dees :Marvin Johns, Archie wannee River Jamboree at Live Robert W. Drake who has serve J -- -- .

used in some reform schools, the(;.Green Herbert Green. Harry I 'Twas the night before Christmas I II The sheriff St'rondutop"y said Mrs. ,as 1st Sergeant for the past six. i-l-:

electric chair and the "last mile Green and Bernard Hunt. t Oak.Their appearance in Starke, under I When1 all through Starke is in her late 50's or early Manning 60's and i}ears. '

walk." I of the FF A. will The outlook for some parents (
I sponsorship came to Florida from '
Long Island, 'II'III
Mr. Mills speaks in churches Dues Are Due be their first in this part of the I And children was dark. N.Y. She was born in Maryland. Presbyterians Elect
and schools on the subject of Legion I
state. I[The parents were worried for no I I She came to Hampton Junction'
prevention of juvenile and adult Two New Elders
| they
money since her husband's 'I
V Members of American Legion death last December -
dplinonency. I i |I To buy gifts of joy for Christ- I Dedicated To Community Service -
Rev. W. R Half pastor of the Post 56 are reminded that annual Wiggins Elected and purchased a roadside I I B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. and R. G I '\lIt\s.... Ar Better Than Ever":

invites the dues of $3 are now payable for' I mas Day.children stand which she had been I Paterson elected elders r !
Pine Level Church were 01!
sad, for
President The no
Members are requested toImail New ing. operat-j I 'f' find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
public to attend this meeting. 1956. faith had they I the First Presbyterian Church al: I you your name :

dues to the Post Adjutant Of Cattlemen In the fact that Santa was soon .The sheriff said the I. a congregational meeting held I I at ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS

CARD OF THANKS Box 1190, Starke, Fla. I.I due their oner's report after an autopsy in| last Sunday following the morning'I I
the Cattlemen's Association way. Starke said death had been caused = Sunday. Monday. Tuesday
We wish to express our deep [ Officers ,'Tis a very sad plight no doubt worship. /
were elected at a joint by a sharp instrument, not a I Dec. 11, 12, 13
friendsfor Another "
to SALE about it congregational meeting
appreciation our many BAKF ,
the Associationand I knife. After discovering that Dennis : I Ask at the Box Office about i
their expressions of sympathy, supper meeting of But here's good news and we're will be held after the morning I WARNER BROS.
the at the Lion's I. had a pictol that day Reddish llyour:I Book of Happiness the | PftCSCNT
A bake sale put on by Farm Bureau
flowers and other acts of kindness:; going to shout it! I said he service this Sunday to consider !'i "1
for another i '
the autopsy. all
during our recent bereavement.We ..I Intermediate group of |Den last Friday night. [You yes YOU can play Santa The the re-election of one deacon anti! Ideal Christmas Gift for J'AMES
.1 Methodist Youth Fellowship will Officers elected included Floyd I body was then in Ocala and ::1 members of the family. !
are especially grateful to Dr.. Claus the doctor 'I the filling of three vacancies or I
Ritch and Dr. Felos for their !be held Saturday morning in front Wiggins of New River, president; To these unfortunate girls and I et. there found the .22 bull- .the Board of Deacons. A nominating f$1 I. PL 1 1'1'I \

services. -Mrs. Thelma Dyal and I of the Slade Gas Co. starting at Pat Miller, Starke, vice-president; boys I committee composed of Guj r I

0 family. I 19:30 a.m. County Agent George Huggins, By donating gifts, clothing, and I Andrews, chairman, Herbert: Sat. Dec. 10 ONLY as today's, teenager' .
and Frazier Lions Club Hears I i
secretary-treasurer._ 'L toys. I Green and Mrs. E. M. Davis UK r'

I::haw, Starke, delegate to auenatate I Just take five minutes* and go Rep. MatthewsAt will bring in names of six mer';::! DOUBLE FEATURE I ElS '

: conventions. 1 out of your way i nominated for the three vacancie:

for Your Out-of-Town : Walter Sibley, Theressa re- For a lot of children who will happily -' Ladies Night on the Board of Deacons. Nomina,.1 0\011; ; ; iW mEtI M A '

'rted on the recent Farm Bureau I I I "oQ \ImSTfe V I j
I say."Thank tions from the floor will be wel' \ IfJ }
:onvention in Tallahassee and, you, kindly and Congressman D. R. (Billy) corned. 11t\JI iHorAiON0 >f i Agl&I

and Floyd Wiggins : thews described the farm Mat-I I :/ .
'razier Shaw ( -
CHRI&MAQ SHOPPING : yippee-i-aye! The installation and ordinatior }< 41.I1IUJDrD > ; J.
told about the Cattlemen's Association as the Nation's No. 1 C U'':'! : CINEMASCOPE r

convention in Panama A box is being placed in the J sue in a speech before a Lions :;\\ cAt... WI\, L WARNERCQLOR .J

GoDowntown ;ity.An: Bradford County Telegraph office Club Ladies Night gathering here I Plus "Gift tof :;ab" Cartoon und

award was presented to the by the Young Women's Auxiliaryof Wednesday. He deplored the I Latest World News

Farm[ Bureau for exceeding a new the First Baptist Church of J plight of the small fanner and I AND V

GREYHOUND :membership quota of 100. Huggins Starke for the purpose of receiving :said he did not want to see him Wednesday, and Thursday
..E.c'V to downtown twvk- said this is the first time the any donations of old toys, out- "plowed under. I Dec. 14, 15

_ q Frequent dependable schedules- Bradford Bureau has received this grown clothing, or other gifts that The meeting was presided over I 2t

,. Safe, experienced drivers Save award. anyone may wish to make to help by Lions President W. T. JaCkson -! ,

S the wear and tear of driving your The group decided i to continueits I play Santa Claus to Starke's less and the Congressman was JUDY.5I.OVtRTHtRMNBOW..NIT* 1
0 1 4.corShopbyORtYHOUND.. introduced by M. G. McMillan NEW V OtfAfft ON WIDE fCIIfNI'Pi II
policy of meeting jointly. Hug- fortunate children this year.If V SEE THE II

.- a I RoundTrip :gins said the Farm Bureau and you do not! wish to come by ,chairman. Graphic I __

Jacksonville __.__?. $1.80GREYHOUND I ICdt Cattlemen's Association began the Telegraph office and you Matthews pointed out that he Stereo .

0. ,,-w.V,, Vf4 II meeting together about four weeks ould like to make a donation, had fought for a return to the .WITH 'P pttJM 5J g; V '. /V j:;

I.. just call 227-J or 420-W and give 90 per cent price support formulafor _
\ D.IJ A1ft ;
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ago.The the six
BUS STATION next meeting is scheduledfor that party your name and address basic crops, and _

;;.' V Phone 147-J Jan. 27 with the Farm Bureauin and they will see that your gift is pledged his continued efforts to Outfit' I
work toward Complete
charge Of supper arrangements.The .j picked up.jStevenson. finding a workable

j solution to the farm problem.He .
group gave a vote of Camera Flash Unit am
said that 40 cent of the I. .
Edwards Jr.' per M-G-M
thanks to Maurice QuipsAs Carrying Case ; ; I1 b
V work force in America directlyor
for his work as the head of the THEPlus
Cattlemen's Association for more Johns Offers indirectly depends on agricul-, "Deputy Droopy" Cartoon

than three yeais. Edwards was ih 'Souvenir Gifti aI ture for a living, and warned that $89.50 ; And Chap. No. 6 Serial VNZARD V
the present trend downward in
harge of supper arrangementsfor i : I farm income could mean trouble Prices; ;include Federal Tax ar" : U.: OFA.
the Friday meeting. i, State, Sen. .Charley Johns pre- pcoto1,
for the whole are subject to changevithoi : i I
economy. ,
(sentpd Adlai Stevenson, ...Democratic ? -
The I notice. \View
;- Congressman repeated his s From PompeyV
WANTED.. PECANSNo presidential aspirant, continuing interest in trying tc: : I II u
too large or t90 i'. ,a set pf miniature plastic presi-
quantity .' ; have Camp Blanding utilized bj; 1 Head JUDY GARLAND
a.a'the for BDLUNGTON
small. Cash market priets. See'lden reception Stex the Defense Department on a:

us before selling. Dillard Keen,,,son in 'Gainesville last (week._ .. _ _ Plus
Between Railroad and Signal[ ': Johns said this was a good ad- larger scale and said he intend: Studio and Gift 'She' I "House Hunting Mouse"Cartoon
ed to make certain that the de, DU. T. G. RITCH and Latest World News

Light. 117 W. Brownlee, ph. 187,,!vertisement for his company. The fense authorities realized th? Phone 265 Starke, F!la. I .' -,. -.. .
117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. Presidential Insurance Company. "-," "" .. .._ n. __ _''W ::_ ..;IL-/.- I
ayailability and potentialities o::r
Stevenson quipped that this I
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this great base. He remarked or
'gift doesn't necessarily insure his BULL-DOZING FIL-L- ,
IT'S A FACT! : the rapid growth of Starke am( 1
'political future. Bradford County and said hi Sell It Rent It Trade DIRT -- LAND CLEARING

Your heart beta, jour breathIng j The gift was miniature statues
this had t
area brigha
digestion and evedy other | of all the presidents from Washington as Oyster Shell Peat Humus
Person future as in the State. '
To Special any
function of the body ill controlled to Eisenhower. Johns said Bldg. $and Paving Driveway
concluded his talk b
a place was reserved to 'put in'tevensons ; ;: WITH A TELEGRAPH! CLASSIFIED
-rine Selection Of MEiYS ,by the nervous sjstem. I complimenting the Lions Club 01 E
The cause uf many diseases statue when he was __ OVID LEWIS
I their spirited civic work especially
LADIES WATCHES Is found to be faulty nervous AlA'1i. \\". Madison St. Starke
in the field of help for th,e I Low Rates Good Results &asy To Plan
WATCHES I system. Under Chriopractia Rep. Doyle Conner speaker- 1 blind. PH. 356-W

In Price Ranges Care the nervous conditioncan I designate of the Florida House ZO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION - 50-

To I be corrected and the diseased I and State Committeman Lex I II I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Ze

fi2T71.50 conditionill be eorrected Green both of Starke were on I -.- I I WANTED-Good Cotton Rags. Tele
$12 I DISCOUNT OF 15 PER $ 547-50 result. the speaker's platform with Ste- '
as a I 5e FOR BLIND ADS eR ADS !NOT PAIR ADVANCF! FOR SALE-1 Plywood fishing
Below Is fcuch a ease: vensen. boat with live well. WUxard
Patient complained of I Mrs. Green, committeewoman, kInilli d I Super Twin outboard motor, both
Full Line of WATCHES For The taUI I V FOR RENT-Furnished four room l HONEY TO INVEST in desirable like new. Both for S209. Mrs.
Price3 gue and nervousness. Left I was recognized from the platformas house. I acre garden plot. Elec- Real Estate of any kind in any Anna Campbell Rt 1, Box 69-A.
COSTUME JEWELRY I TEEN-AGERS a PaIn a delegate from Bradford iir tric range circulating beater. Ac- location; especially appealing to Callahan. Fla. 2tp 1/'
You Can AFFORD arm felt heavy weak. I cess to Lake. $25 per month. out-of-state investor. Nonecon-
At Lowest Prices beneath left shoulder blade. County.A a Stars and Stripes Kingsley Lake. sidered without complete Information WANTED-Oood Cotton Rags. Telegraph -
I delegation from here ltp (including price location description CASH WAITING.
Frequent headaches. large / ) in first letter. WRITS
Love Bright Chiropractic care attended the Gainesville meeting I I I to K. Cass, 218 N. 13th St.. Mus-
Under CARPENTER Remodel
DIAMONDS $35 to $650 !I, symptoms :were removed In which marked the start of Stevenson's / .V I I ing. Cement WORK Blocks -Roofing and kogee Okla. 3tp 12/9 FOR SALE
I Good Modern 5
? siding. Cement work. Chas. A. Room House in
I months time and patient reported current tour of Floridain Sorrell, c/o Telegraph. tfcbg Town. Completely furnished.

feeling the best frhe the interst of his candidacy. V. ,. I' I LOW COST Very reasonably priced with

WILLIAMS JEWELRY had felt in more than a year. I I SARATOGA HEIGHTS term.STROUT
Consult Your Chiropractor I Garden Club's .c tNIT So:! Liability Insurance Johnle Hansen, Representative

Starke. Florida ; T.ne bed komt I Starke, Fin.P.O.91o5397.
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC ,Christmas Shop Bow vader r om coB macoBrr.tmctloB I. I Contact Us Concerning tile .

\ I Open For Business ta SK WALDO HO-8-2831 V
veteran 100.00 wllfc appllratloa -

CLINIC Christmas decorations of all /I cI.to,.. and parehaae$235.00, at 990.00 eUxiaff.Intalrtr j No Membership Fees Z.,, PAID ON SAVINGS:: KEYSTONE .

A Christmas Present For The PHONE 108 kinus, including wreaths gar- with Price aoplication to non veterans to purchase$250.00 j. BEST RATES IN TOWN STONE FDIG.BILL STATE HEIGHTS.. BANK FLA.-, MEMBER KEY..

lands, table and mantel displays, /'. V and as low as $500.00 at closing

For Years To Come swags and sprays are some of the I VV -- V colors BUY now and and tile select for bath the and interior kit- 6 Months Policies

Whole/ Family i many items being sold ty the chen. See the plans keen them j, SOTO
j, Starke Garden Club at their gift ,. .H-tion.overnight If and you make want to Tour own sel-a I Doyle E. CONNER SIGN SHOPOne

I shop in the former Central Gas p tame it Hill pay YOU to Imesti-

ONLY ONE HOUSE LEFT Co. store at 143 W. Call Street. rate this.FLORIDA. INSURANCE AGENCY Mile South

I SPORTING GOODS These items are being made and REALTY CO. Ph. 285 136 W. Call On Keystone Highway

sold by members of the Garden 66ftJtookPETITEPAKPurse Of Starke I, Phone 178-L

SUB-DIVISION Club to raise monies to further .
PINEHAVEN Real Estate Broker FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x IS Con- All
V beautify Starke. The shop will \ crete block. Do. Cement $l.so Types Signs
355 TeBiple Aye. Telepkoae 383
I Pen per bag. Mortar Mix $1.30 per
be open from now until Christmas Marke, Florida I bag. Bradford Engineering Co.
i and the Boy Scouts are making I and Pencil in Case I II I phone 94. StarSce.. tf graph. -CASH Good Cotton WAITING Rags. Tele
3 Bedroom door to' door solicitations for the WASTED PECANS !
above named items. I Such beautiful pens and pencils No quantity too large or too smalL RADIOS REPAIRED FOR SALE-1950 4 door Sedan
MasonryHome $8,000.00 Cash market prices. See us be- : Sash Radio Heater overdrive.
Miss Dorothy Ross is making a so gay so colorful. Your choice of for selling. Dlllar Keene, 117 W. I I All Mate. All Hadclaiteaioaablc I3t5. Crescent Motor Court, 2!J",

I j', final plea for rose bush orders I pink, peach, aqua, blue, orchid, or Brownlee. Phone 187 12tp 12/16 charge. C. fmarnteHCHAS. miles South of Starke. Itp

-:: IllGohyftJ.tti through club members as the or- yellow.And all in a matching inpursecase W. fn
Down ... $362.00 Closing Cost 12. that keeps them instantly! "find.able" Sewer lines. Septic tanks that
$450.00 :ders have to be in by Dec. RUBBER STAMPS made to order; meet Health office specificationsas
j The Holiday House Tour, sponsored Marvelous gift idea, too. And daters numberers. notary seals, low as sn.oo. complete, placedin
facsimile stamps. Bradford County hole and SH me or call
$48.00 Per Month | by the club to take place SO inexpensive. .. f-- Telegraph. tt U5.W. H. B.up.Hamlltcl Itchg

Thursday evening. Dec. 22. is
FOR RENT-Furnished house 'electric $10 REWARD to information lead
taking shape with 14 homes plan- refrigerator gas stove till ing to the arrest and convictionof
FHA FINANCING ned to be open for inspection. bath. Martin's Fruit Shop. Itch anyone telling Beer or Wine to
minors or employing 'minors in
eOl A..TFD-Good Cotton Rags. Tel businesses selling Beer or Wine. V
? graph. CASH WAlTlXff. Bradford Co. Children' Committee. -

Call Starke 386 389 462 I ( / sTytrsI PHONE 414-J FOR SALE-Electric bathroom Mrs. E. A. Hall 12/S-2J Secy. 2tchg '

__ I heaters new, never uncrated
W. C. U.
Yovrcboc.olpoirn. special dinner !' Cheap. Also electric shallow WYNN the Orangeman unable to
NOW for that
water Apply Floral Motel deliver oranges. Would appreciate
CONSTRUCTION CO. VAJ7 poinfi ins'onlfjr fn wot//. Young Double-Breasted <.1 2 miles pump.N. Starke. on 301. 2tp U/' your coming to grove for them.
WARREN DRINKING TAKES NO BRAINSJUST Grad A Turkeys. Phone }u-I- Tree ripen. Good price. J. L.
iii cose el damnsBradford Flora-
4221. Opal's Turkey Tann.' FOR RENT-Two bedroom unfurnIshed Wynn Rt. 2, Pox 8. Stark Itp
MONEY! home Fla. tf | house. SOS S. Water

Starke Fla. (UNION SIGNAL). CountyTELEGRAPH St.Itch FOR SALE-30 GaL Water Heater
231 Temple Ave. FOR REXT-Five room furnished I complete. Also heavy wood burnIng -
cottage. Two bedrooms central FOR' SALE-One 6 ft. Kelvinatoi V heater Stove. See them at 411 :
I : heating running water. Call 91.1( Freezer Cheap for Cash. 31f N. Lake St. Starke. near new school
Mrs. O. L. Beasley tfchg Church St Stark Itp gym bidff. Olin White, Sr. Itpa&ADFORD


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Advantages Told who furnish the planting material. lTTTTTn.mvmrvnvvvti Thanksgiving First :Methodist, First Presbyterian

Home DemonstrationNotes I and St Mark's Episcopal
Of Three Cent StampOn HAMPTON Union Service Churches. The Dutch Thanksgiving
Bill Reddish used the District I
anthem, "We Gather To-
Christmas Cards
Is Successful
grain drill to plant sweet lupine. "
and oats. Bill says, "It's gettinglate By Mrs. D. E. 1I1U gether, was sung.A .
byDOROTHY Assistant Postmaster Blake to winter pasture, but, i i Around 100 persons attended special offering for Ilo peHaven
j ROSS Jackson said Tuesday that the & & &&& &&a & .
with a little rain and some fair; the Union Thanksgiving service Hospital was received and
A Home Demonstration Agent started big Christmas in Starke.rush It has is not yet Soil Conservation weather I should get some good i Mr. and Mrs C. L. Cooper and :, in the First Methodist Church on totaled $50. Anyone not presentat
usually I
grazing. family, who recently moved from I Thursday, Nov. 24, at 10 a. m. the service and desiring to aid
around the 10th of December N-E-W-S Hampton to their present home Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor of to this fund is asked to contact
before the mail gets particularly near Starke, were hosts the First Christian Church Rev. W. S. McAliley, treasurer of
The Whirl of Christmas Parties the refrigerator. Will keep for Felix used the District Saturday presided
heavy here he said. Sapp
The seasonal whirl of club I II several months. Jackson pointed out that there By Bill Haas rotocycle mower to mow down evening at a party in honor of and Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor the Starke Ministerial Association.

.Christmas parties is getting off: Christmas Decorations are several advantages of sealing i Soil Conservation Service Giant Striatia Crotalaria which .Mr. Cooper's birthday. Cake and of the First Baptist Church, Others assisting in the service
punch were served to approximate. brought the Thanksgiving were Rev. L. G. Hemingway
Plan mes
start this when I a "make-your-own dec-
to an early year envelopes on Christmas cards and i has seeded out. By mowing croa-
ly 25 guests, and were Rev. W. S. McAliley and J, T
families and friends will gatherfor orations" party for the family and putting a three cent stamp on laria down now seed will get games sage.Special
have fun while work. Don't The other Shuford played by those present. Week- music was provided Quigley.
some holiday fun. you them instead of leaving them un- day George I scattered, which will help to insure -I by
The schedule is as follows: forget party refreshments. sealed and putting on a two cent- was carrying a sack of feed, and a good stand next year. j end guests of the Coopers in- the choirs of the First Baptist
Dec. 13, State Farm Club, Wom, Special Effects with Greens I asked him what he was goingto I cluded Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper YOU'LL LOVE the new Est r-

an's Club Building at 2 p. m. Magnolia leaves will glisten by er.When mailed at the first class do with it. "This is my quail Foresters suggest that now is r j and family of Suwannee, C. J. and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of brook purse-size fountain pens In

(The Home Demonstration Club washing in cold soapy water and three-cent rate the mail gets preferred feed. I have a couple of covies the time for landowners to make j) Cooper of Chiefland, and Mrs. Archer visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I pastel shades Only $2.58 at Bradford .
and the Woman's Club joint rinsing. Dry and rub oil over handling, may contain around the house and I want to their property safe from fires. Ada Barber of Cross City. ,Brannen in Hampton Sunday. County Telegraph.
party.) them with a soft cloth. Be sure to writing, may be sealed, and will keep them coming back," he said. They suggest disking fire lines I Mr. and Mrs. William Fowlerof I
Dec. 16, Heilbronn home of Mrs. select sprays with leaves as near- be forwarded or returned without Anyone who owns land can improve around woodlands. Next-keep af Lawtey are the parents of a

Tullie Norman, 7:30 p, m. for ly perfect as possible.To charge, he said. it. They can make it pro- close watch on the woods for possibility -I i son, born Tuesday Nov. 29, at I Beautiful Healthy Parakeets

the families of club members silver magnolia leaves, poura But when only two cents worthof duce more game or fish. Since of fires during windy days. Doctor's Clinic in Starke. Mr.
and friends., small amount of aluminum paintin stamps is placed on the en- wildlife production is a part of Another step is to caution mem- and Mrs. J. A. Williams of Hamp- Billy Rose Parrakeet Farm

Dec. 19, Brooker, home of Mrs. a deep container (as a bucket) velope it goes by third-class circular agriculture, the decision to pro- bers of the family, laborers, and ton are grandparents.
Sowell, 2:30 p. m.. almost filled with water. Dip rate. Then it is handled as duce more wildlife is not one for neighbors to be careful not to I Visiting with the Lonnie Mel : On Highway 21 Keystone Heights

Dec. 20flHeilbronn 4-H, :Miss Edith leaves into water and draw out circular mail, it may not be seal- the sportsmen only but should be expose the woodlands to fires ,ton family this week is Mrs. Par- i I

Moore's home, 2 p. m. slowly. Hold over container to ed, may not contain writing, and made by those who own and work during the dry windy days ahead. ,sons of Ohio, Mrs. Melton's sis- Tropical Fish Black Mollies
Dec. 21, Lawtey, home of E. J. drip. Hang to dry for 24 hours. will not be forwarded or returned. the land. The Soil Conservation ter.
Whelan 7:30 p. m. The clothes line or fence are good Jackson said that, cards for Service contributes most to fish Edgar and Paul Faulkner used I Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott moved Baby birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Blake

Candied PineappleFor places to hang them. Aluminum local delivery must bear the same and wildlife conservation by the the District's fertilizer spreaderand from their former home on the wonderful pets. All la full plumage In all colors. Blues In all

Christmas Mrs J. G. Caldwell paint for metal surfaces gives a amount of postage as those for advice given owners for the land seeder cultipacker on their!! east side of Hampton to the brick shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also jellow-faced blues.

always likes to have on hand more silvery appearance than alu- out of town delivery, accordingto and water management. The Brad- place -located near Conner house on main street. All raised and acclaimated to our Florida climate. Hundreds t.

some candied pineapple which she minum paint for wood. new regulations. In the past ford Soil Conservation District bridge. Edgar remarked, "It's a Mrs. Nora Layfield spent last choose from.
uses in fruit cake and for decorating first class local mail could be sent distributed seeds and planting big gamble, but I like to plant 'I
fruits, weekend in
Other greens, berries, Gainesville with her
the top of the cake. This for two cents. material for wildlife through the Bahia in the fall so that the seed OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND
in and his
and seed pods may be silvered son family, Mr. and Mrs.
she says is so easy to candy cooperation of the Florida Game can get out and start growing in
C. H. Also
leaves. Layfield.Mrs. Beautiful
the same way as magnolia Selection of CagesI
';yourself and much cheaper than ..TTTTTTTTTTT.TT.n.TTTT.ONC and Fresh Water Fish Commission the early spring. I
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An easy way to silver, pine spraysis D. W. :Moore of Starke
the ready prepared found in the -_.- I I
to hold needles firmly in the
stores. left hand and touch ends of BRANCH -
The way she does it is to drain needles with aluminum paint. Usea

well one No. 2 can of sliced pine brush or the water-paint methodto hy Airs. J. 1.. Strickland I :
apple. Cover a large platter to apply silver.Magnolia t ''L3Zie
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a depth of one-fourth inch with sprays treated with

granulated sugar. Place slices of glycerin take on a rich brown Mrs. Gertie Faircloth called on .y ; YX

pineapple on sugar. Then cover color and \\illiast for years. They her brother: Bailey Lang, Sunday.She .

1 each slice_ with ,the sane depthof may be used in dried flower arrangements reports him in very poor
sugar. Set aside uncovered for with other dried flow- health. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp

ten days to.candy. If, not used at ers or used with fresh cut flowers. called on :Mr. and Mrs. Faircloth .
once, 'it' can be' stored in jars in, of Sunday.
Select cluster of leaves pleasingsize
and shape. Cut with stem 6 We understand Westberry Grif-
I to 18 inches long. Hammer the fis is improving but little from

end Of each twig to shred it fora the attack he had some time back. .
COLONIALFLORIST distance of abouttwo inches. 'Mr. Faircloth is on the sick
list this week.
Prepare a mixture of one-third
glycerin and two-thirds water. Susie Padgett suffered, rup- '
Pour into small hottle soft drink tured blood vessel in her head T4i'L :; 1 a
bottles will 'do) and stand several Saturday.' Her nose bled until she
bottles in a container such as a had -to be taken to a doctor twice ,.

PHONE 218 coffee can if you want to treat Saturday and early Sunday morn-
quite a few sprays. Put the endsof ing. The last we heard she was '
the' sprays into these bottles. unable to sit up. This did not keep .

(j) Allow to stand Ia, cool place I the children from Sunday School
until the treatment takes effect I and church. We missed Susie and

from 3 to 6 weeks. It may be I the ones who were taking care of r \. ., xir 11< vj04ZiA
FLOWERSForAll necessary to add small amountsof her. : \

the glyceriri-water' mixture as I Rev Jim Lingerfelt filled his ..,.-4_.... .

Occasions,- the sprays absorb that In the appointment at the Clay Hill v. ., \ tHh
DISH GARDENS bottles. I Church Saturday night. The house
was well filled and all enjoyed the

POTTED PLANTS I message. Curtis Harris will be pur I

(preacher; for next Saturday night
POTTERY j Dec. 10, and Percy on Saturday I II I tS
No quantity too large or too Dec. 17. All are invited to these I II I
Flowers 'WiredAnywhere small. Cash market prices. See I services.We .

us before selling. Dillard Keene, I had only 24 in Sunday 5.

:J1I7 W. Brownlee, Starke. I School Sunday morning. Quite a
few of our members were on the
Nona St. Starke WANTED: Clean Cotton Kags. ]sick list. We look for good attendance -
No Pants or Shirts. Bradford
J I the next few Sundays
;v : : (County Telegraph. j Christmas is getting very near (

and all of us know attendance
:nicks up then. It is a pity even 3 s

| Sunday is not the Sunday or two r'A

SPECIAL THIS WEEK I before Christmas, then we would
always have good attendanceIRihteen
i of the 21 present in pk :. ,
PI i, Sunday School were 100 per cent ,a r N A a d

I 01k! : members Our training Union and preachin .

ip Services were off in attendance -

too. I suppose we have the '4. \vL 7 a.
1 same reason for the absence of
I i the folks in these sel'\' ces. .f$6j
to Introduce the sensational Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stricklandwere :

Rat.E in Starke on business Mon r j :

MRt.u day of this week. f -
!Buy est! i iI. :

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DUST NO IAC pf extra II I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae were !
TO fMPTVI '!called back to Scottsboro, Ala. ,
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nun* k M. s Roll-easy (|last Friday night by the serious ( '::_ _
t, ROTO-DOLLY ([illness of Mrs. McRae's mother, '' 'N".N'......_...._....__ ." ;
t with 4 rub ,swivel ball-bearing wheels. I Mrs. V. B. Wheeler.We .
t are glad to hear that Mrs

W. E. Hall is out of the hospital.

She is spending a few days with need
t I her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. you'll plenty of Coke

J i 1 and The Mrs.Youth J. E. Fellowship Murrhee. meeting F

'!held at Pine Level Church last

{Friday night was well attended
j and enjoyed by all. We also had ,. -- .
i 186 in Sunday School classes last Almost 1
svm..wd sr i i Sunday. everyone appreciates the best so) ,

j Visitors at the H. M. McRae ,

[home Sunday were :Mrs. T. N. give your guests a b ight.oli ay welcome

A" M ra0llern ''B ONE cleaner {Norman of Heilbronn, Mrs. B. E I
Ne-1 wheel. ROTO-DOMY and JOB safe 129S THIS WEEK! Eggers and daughter of Jacksonville with ice-cola bottles of sparkling I Coca-Cola.1 ',:'.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop
Arut R. O Or Q 8 pc.set Deluxe Attach-0-Matte and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mar I ,. "
.vtr ctmpiriblt cltintriTiw Clip-on tools cus Conner of Bayless Hiway, Mr.
New Easy Action
and Mrs. J. C. of 1
Sapp Kingsley
t!! IW' Swivel-Top
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-- -J; -full Ji H.P.motor and others. Mr. McRae is much 1
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Can t Get
and large rues... Iggjg $ I

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............... Gibson emphasized the fact that School. The program and Tree Divorce and restoration of MaId. once each week for four Notice To Appears and fld the original In the office of
en name tive week In the I whose I I Clerk, of the Circuit Court on
no one in Bradford County should I will be held on Christmas morn- Bradford consecu-I To: Rebecca Lou residence the
COLORED baa been filed against yon In thi I Telegraph. and address is: 10S-51 69 Avenue, If before the
I be unable to read, write, spell, ing at 11:30 a. m. with the pas- above named Court and cause ant I Dated this 15 day of ., Queens New York. 19 day of December, 1955;
figure and talk properly with this tor, Rev. R. Washington, and you are required to serve a copy 01 r (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby You are hereby notified that a'' otnerwise the allegations of said
your answer or pleading to the corn of the Circuit Court soft forDivorce Complaint will he taken *a confess.
wonderful opportunity for educa- his wife playing the role of "Santa plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney r By MarianIL.. Crosby, Deputy Clrk custody and control of l id by ;you
jOzora) J. Shell tion. We should stop being mod- Claus," along with Supt. Homer T. David *urns. 308 Guaranty Life 11/13 4t l!/9 minor child This notice ihall be published
Building Jacksonville, Fla.. once each week for four consecutive
.. .. .-. . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . ... est and face facts. if you can't Williams who will present giftsto and file the original In the office 01! ass been filed against you ta the weeks in the Bradford County Tele
------------------------ above named
L-- NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cause and .
read, let us teach you how. those persons that have at- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or fa Clrtmlt Conrt. Bradford Court, you are required to serve a copy of .trap it.Dated this 16 day of Nov., la. ',
before the 19 day of Dec. 1955;
Weekend 1tor modest Bettye ..
quite a Sports tended Sunday School regularly. otherwise the allegations of said Florida i Cfc e ry- your answer or pleading to the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj
Joan Brltt of Lawtey spen t Jean Thomas is planning the The RJE Tigers and Tigerettesare Wanted-at least a dozen Complaint will be taken ai confessed Tuck Lou Plaintiff vs. Rebecca complaint on the Plaintltt'i Clerk of the Circuit Court
I AU, Defendant Attorney II. C. Baldwin. P. O. By :Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
the weekend with Mary Helei I party for the younger set of RJE. by you. Case Box 104, Gainesville, ,
No. 10-1292 Florida
drilling hard for opening Church reporters to give me news I This notice shall be published 11/13 It 1:* !9
White of Lincoln City. The sub- Parents are asked to allow their
.game of the basketball season, for this column. What is hap-
debs reported a delightful tim according to coaches pening at New Bethel Baptist
and Joan is looking forward to i L properly chaperoned. II Shell. The schedule has not been Church next week, Rev. A. Vin-

return visit from Mary Helen. Chorus in ;Recital completed but they expect to son, pastor? What about Mt. Nebo -

I Joan feels that Lawtey has i L.i According to an announcement II-play exchange games with: Ala- Baptist Church? Ebenezer, Get AcquaintedFOR
lot to offer in the male r
more popillation from the music department of I chua, Gainesville, Hawthorne, First Born, Greater Antioch and
but Mary Helen is inclined r RJE the gigantic chorus of New High Springs, Lake City, Callahan many others. Let us hear from SEASONAL h

to disagree. Interestingly r Stanton High, School, Jacksonville St. Augustine, Green CoveSDrineS you! 1'v
enough, the most sought after] will appear in concert at : and others. An exhibition I \
male of RJE"resides in UnCOIl I. RJE at 3 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 11. ,and warm-up game will be announced IB The County Judge's Court Ja ,,
City. His name appeared on th: The choir is under the direction sOOn. Watch for the datein Aid For Bradford Conatr, FloridaIN PROMPT COURTEOUS
for th<. RE: Estate of -
of girls
list four
guest of Mrs. Alpha Moore, head of the this paper.Circulation FRANK' C. HOLLINGSTVORTH. CONFIDENTIALLOAN
at RJE, Friday
pre-Christmas party ; music department. The group has Increased DECEASED.
night Dec. 9, in the schoo] NOTICE OF FILING PETITION SERVICES s ?
sold put the local school auditorium More and more of our peopleare FOR RESIGNATION .
eafetorium. I shall not menUor.Chandler's I TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN I Matchst\C.\
for presentation of "The Messiah" reading the Bradford County
because he fc! THE ESTATE OF FRANK C.
name on Friday, Dec. 9. This same Telegraph. Did you know that' HOLU.NGSWORTH. Deceased: L-O-A-N-S
You are hereby notified that on a i
group will appear in Washington, you can save $2.20 per year if November 29, 1955. the undersigned a
D. C. on Dec. 27 at the public you subscribe to the paper each'Executor of the estate of Frank C. $50 $100) $200 $300 !. t. \
I Hollingsworth, deceased, filed
t a
meeting of the 35th anniversaryBoule week? The weekly subscriptionfor Petition in the office of the County

SPECIAL 5ALECREAM I of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, one year ((52 weeks) is only II Judge Fonda in resigning and for as Bradford said Executorand County, Payments To Be Made To 'qdleSf. II IS Ie Ih I-

I Inc. The Starke, representativewill $3-wrapping and mailing free. asking for an order approving Fit Your BudgetIf 'e"$1
his accounts and discharging him.
local editor.
be subscription
your not give your
Why I Said Petition will be called up for ,
Press ;LuncheonA to your editor or newsboy today hearing on 10th day of January, you owe money at several
1956. at 10 A.M., before the Hon- different places,Jet :Marion Finance .
formal press luncheon is be- ? Any honest dependable boys I orable Theron A. Yawn, County ,
held at the, Hotel Statler in will be allowed to sell the papers. Judge, at his office in the Court- pay those bills for youwith ,
ing house in Starke, Bradford County,
6c, our famous Budget Plan. I. ",
the for

Washington, D. C. on Tuesday, You purchase papers Florid-

Dec. 27, in celebration of the 35th sell them for lOc and make 4c James Executor Franklin of the Hollingsworth Estate of Frank Low monthly installments to fit ,

Pirthday of Zeta Phi Beta So- profit on each copy. Now is the j C. Hollingsworth, deceased.B your Income.
in Starke ,time to start earning some extra } Joseph A. :McGowan
rority, Inc. Persons Attorney for the Estate.
eligible to attend are M. J. White :money for your Christmas gifts. 12/2 4t 12/23 Actually sans you Money. !

and Ozora J. Shell. Mr. Matthews, publisher and gen- NOTICE TO APPEAR
eral manager will be glad to la Circuit Court, Bradford County MARION FINANCE
Fruit Cakes for ChristmasThe Florldat la Chancery.Laura .
Home Economics Department help you help yourself. Ask Milton Louise Du Pree Williamson, COMPANY Inc.
and Robert Ellerson how ex- Plaintiff, vs William Lester Wil- S
under the direction of B. liamson, Defendant.
J. Thomas, is ushering in the citing it is to sell papers. They Case No. 10-1290 218 W. University Ave. I

Christmas spirit by baking fruit sold three papers before they Notice To: William To Appear Lester Williamson, Box 446 Gainesville, Fla.
cakes for home use this Christ- could even get to their route in Whose residence and address is: Phone FR 6-5333 Collect
504 West Johnson Street Tarboro,
mas. The girls are furnishing all Reno. forth: Carolina. I
for the 1TA & Hobby Club Chit Chat You are hereby notified that 81
the necessary ingredients .nlt for
{ cakes and are doing a splendidjob Regular meeting of the Water-
oak PTA was held at the school
with this baking experience. I've switched
Hats off to the H. E. departmentfor j Monday night with president Beatrice -- -- -
this practical approach in l I DeSue in charge. Devotion 11
to switches
and treasurer, i I !
bringing the home and the school i was led by patron
closer together. We need more of Leo DeSue. Principal M. E. Rob- HUN)I REDS I AYes

this type of experiences in living erts explained fully the milk re- I h o..i, .. l living ;is Indy"mokhlu"M,g... '

and learning together in our De-. sponsibility of each be patron. Everyone with- of details are man iaged and economic- the reolly modem way for cooking, water-heating,'.
seemed to pleased refrigeration housework.
mocracy. ally attended that only trained and t&jf&T&ik&J&d
the progress of the school during \. 4 2 %
Adult Education MeetingOn this academic year. The patronsand careful organizati on] can attend when Fjf White-glove CLEAN..no soot or muss.>
Dec. 6 a special
Tuesday, _
friends have completed three the urgent need for serving is at x '
meeting was held at RJE in the + electric
A The payments on the kitchen range, hand. OSAFE light..and just J
interest of Adult A
which leave three more paymentsdue 1O't,-
main speaker was ,1* H. Gibson, 4&w

General Supervisor of Schools and "paid and the in contract fulL" The will be next marked big- DeWITTPhone C. JONESStarke ; <* COOL..doesn't heat up the house,\*

director of the program. Director
the. PTA will be set- 7 Fla. And v
project of remember it's
Gibson emphasized the, importance cheaper to go oil electric In
-of regular attendance each ting up the school lunch programand flflrflflAmbulance your kitchen' than to use a combination of fuels.

night the classes meet'and stated the operation' same. Last Funeral Director Service ? '/'

that if the number falls too low I year several patrons volunteeredto SEE YOUR DEALER TODAY (
Our local funeral {
come out and help with hot home enab][ea na to offer convenience tniiierwita 1
it will be to close the
lunch. Many of the 5th and 6th services not ot available. .
ALL FLAVORSAT adult school. The entire county !
lunches but
schools will close for the holidayson grade boys I III I I I I Ie
since this is primary school
Dec.Jan. 15 9. and This will extended resume period studyon with one person a a problem is We tunu&H the highest typatxept eerttce at lowest prices, and y+IJ FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY :

backto present. We, feel that the good ANT life Insurance p hey in force, Issued by ANT ,
given for parents to come
9f is visit and patrons of Wateroak school will company, as payment In part or in full on a fuaeral.
s earth after this long' I
planning with Santa Claus. On come to the rescue.Regular CocaultAtion cai mea no obligation.
PTA was held at KJEon 4 I I I I VI I 4
Jan. 9 persons who have not en-I I
Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 8 p. m.
rolled in the adult program in
kr f te4y be given a chance to. A new year with president Sophia Royal
r charge. For a complete accountof
h and 'a new start. All the persons
enrolled will not have to do the meeting read this column
F 6wuw.d week with Frances Jenkins

MOSTBORDEN C..d MI'- until Adult it again July Education this 1,year.1956.Classes You Support are by all regu-your set j reporting.Regular PTA is held at Hamp- In all the world no car like this. .

DEALERS lar attendance each night the ton Training school each second

class is, scheduled to meet. Mr. and fourth Tuesday, according to
The weekly
Principal M. Taylor.
movies are still being shown at R "Cy

That's Our Business the school on Friday nights at 8 ,Jr

p. m. by E. Givens and son. All ,
OL SS We Have It! and friends are i.t i.
If It's Glass Hampton patrons ,p I f.
attend. This is a PTA ? 9
CALL WRITE or VISIT invited to '
in the interest of

I Joe Peters Glass Co. presentation the Thurston schooL Elementary school' < N

will hold PTA meeting on Monday
nghtwith President E. L. Walker ;

e We Design Modern Store Fronts in charge. Principal Price is ..

10 Just Mail Us A Pattern for asking all members and friendsto ..
t..t.. .
Table Tops be present since this will be c

1313 N.W. 4th Pl. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353 the last meeting this year. School
will lose for Christmas Holidayson w.
Dec. 16 at noon. I =

Church Sews A : y\ .

BUSINESS I DIRECTORYFor 1>tt. Moriah Methodist Church will, _

Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, _

Reliable Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop hold regular services all day a/
Dec. 11. Sunday Schoolat a Ai
x Starke Business Firms Sunday,
10 a. m. with Supt. W. Brooks
I in charge. During the morning

4 I Love Feast will be administered

1 by the pastor. The Holy Eucharist -

HIGH TESTED WELDING I r will be served during the eve-

THICK WALL ning worship hour. Members are

CAST IRON' BRASS asked to attend all services. Visit-

CONCRETEBLOCKS CAST STEEL ors are always welcome. y.kA .' J. x ,'f'ai t

A-M.E. Church, ,
CUMBER'SWELDING I Allen Chapel .., ,. ,

Rev. R. J. Washington pastor, ".; ..:'t ._, ,_, .. ... ,. _._ .. ... ___ .
_ SHOP I.will start promptly at 10 a. m.
And Phone 248-J [with Assistant Supt. Sister Irene This is the '56 Dodge Coronet 4-door Lancer and there's nothing to match it at the price. Also available in Royal and Custom Royal Series.

Oor. 10th & Thompson |Thomas in charge. The entire
READYMIXEDCONCRETE school will participate in an "age .

tell rally.their" Persons correct not age wishing by payinga to '

Phone 94 MARGE'SKRYSTAL pected penny to for give each at year least will one be dol-ex- .

BRADFORDENGINEERING KONE lar and we will pray that you

will live to be 100 years old. Re-

CO At Herb's Drive In hearsal for the Christmas pro- But wait! Here's more news! You can get tops costing even a thousand dollars more. '
gram will be held every day at

Package Milk Shakes 4 p. m. Two plays will be pre- the new 4-door Lancer in the low cost The exciting news we have for you now is that New\ 56

I And sented and many recitations. The Coronet Series-full-size, full-styled, and in this 4-door Lancer is not confined to the

OPEN SUNDAY KING KONES First featured Christmas"pageant by will E. B.be Dykes"The the/ 'few price field ultra-luxurious Custom Royal and Royal

Series. It can be yours in the value-priced
Beachy and "The Dreammakers
12:30 8:00 P.M. DELICIOUS Tree" by Mary B. Hunter. Students You know the Lancers-the sensational hardtops Coronet Series-The KING SIZE CAR that D OD GE
7:30 10:30 A.M.
I REFRESHING .. interested in taking a part by Dodge that stole the show last year. invades the low price field! Ever see anythingNow

I''Imay do so. You do not have to be comes the Lancer 4-doorwith beauty and sweeter than the Coronet 4-door Lancer shown
a regular member of this Sunday
FULL LINE OF .. I safety features not found i in other 4-door bardabove? Come on in and get the price. > Value coder, cf lh Forward Look I

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1955 u. .___

oree at a lovely shower given by;; and Mr. and Mrs. George Williamsof were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. _" _-
1' .yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYY9LA1YIEY Mrs. Preston Green and Mrs. B. E Hampton spent Sunday after- Wilkinson's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. .. __ ,.. __ .. _.. :_ : _':,,:. :'

RulesToldForLighti ing Contest ) Reddish at the home of Mrs: Red noon with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dur- Noon Mott, in Brooker. t

dish on Thursday evening. Afte: ban.H. :
the Commercial (business houses, playing several" games, and thi C. Kelly spent last week in IB Circuit Court, Bradford County. WANTED -- MILLION POUNDS
Following are the rules for By Sirs. Joyce T. Futch beautiful and Chattanooga, Tenn. with his sister Florida In C..UfO'.
annual Christmas Lightning and motels, etc.) opening of many Edith Mae Nichols, Plaintiff vs
sponsored by 25 &AA...&&&.&&&&...&&&&&.& useful gifts, delicious refreshments and brother-in-law, :Mr. and James Green Nichols: Defendant
Decorating Contest 1st prize ? served to the 3( Mrs. A. P. Hallman. His mother, Case No. 10-1312
the Starke Woman's Club. Private Homes (Div. 1 treesor \ were Order Of Pnbliomtlon And .Notice lo
This contest, is open to resi- other outdoor arrangements.) The Methodist WSCS met at guests present. Mrs. Margaret Kelly, returned Appears State Of Florida Tot
1. with him for extended visit. James Green Nichols, whose residence -
dents ot Starke who live within 1st prize |25 the home of Mrs. George W. Rob- Mrs. Collie Griffis and son, is North Port. Alabama and
erts afternoon. visited Mr. Griffis in an Orlando Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts whose address is Star Route North PECANSHIGHEST
the city limits. 2nd prize $15 Monday
Port, Alabama.
had weekend guests Mrs. Pearl
found as
hospital on Sunday. They
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas You are required to appear on
will be Div. 2 win-
published Homes
blanks Private (
2. Entry Whitnell and daughter, Edwinaof above named
him much improved and able tc Jan. 2 1956, in the
and returned to their
Jody, (
in the Bradford County dow, door, or porch arrange- son Deland. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
home in Hendersonville, N. C. on be up. seeks divorce, custody control and
Telegraph and must be mailed or ments) The C. B. Hiatt family spent support of minor child.
after visit with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat and
Saturday, a
C. A. Knight, Bradtora county telegraph
handed to Mrs. 1st prize $25 Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr.
Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. son of Jacksonville were weekend publish this Order In next four
Box' 246, Starke, before noon, 2nd Prize v$15 Hiatt's mother, Mrs. J. M. Lee. weekly Issues.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Car
Fred Moore. guests of *
Dec. 15. Or entrants may regis- 5. Judging will be based on Sunday visitors at the Joe Star- Witness my hand and official seal
Co.'if Frank Griffis, who has spent ter. at Starke, Florida, this NOT, 30.
ter at Starke Hardware ling home were Mr. and :Mrs.
artistic merit, originality, light- 1955.
months is visit- MARKET PRICESNo
desired. several overseas, Mrs. Troy Bennett and son, Charles Starling of Highland and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
ing techniques, ingenuity with ing relatives here before going to. spent Sunday in Lake Butler with Clerk of said Court
3. Only exterior and interior Mr. and Mrs. James Starling of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
which are visible from particular emphasis on composition Miami Mr. and Mrs. Shad Thompson.We Starke. Hon. Chas R Hess 204-05 GuarantyLife

the displays street will be considered' in color scheme, new ideas or Miss Patricia Wanda Parrish Wall was the in are glad to report that The Edgar Wilkinson family Building. for Pi!. Jacksonville 12/2, 4t Fla.AU's. 12/23.*
the contest. All displays effects, lighting effects, use of guest of Miss "Uncle Tim" Blackburn is greatly .
Judging __ __
this weekend.Mr. n" '
Starke -
must be lighted between the hoursof structure of house or surroundingsto improved, from his recent ill- "- ," -. .. ..p," --- .. .- Quantity Largeor
-- -
6:30 and 11 p.m. from : advantage, assemblage of dis-. and Mrs. Tom Tatum and ness, and is able to be in town.
Dec. 20 through p.m. Dec. 30, 1955, in play, and construction and instal- sons, Tom and Charles, and W. R. The Guy Futch family were
order to be eligible lation. Contestants may use any Dixon drove to Atlanta, Ga. on Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Small

4. Prizes will be as follows: appropriate Christmas theme. I Dixon Saturday as she to meet was returning Mrs. W.froma R. Mrs.in Johnny Macclenny.Crawford Miss and Peggy family TV ServiceAll

weeks visit with relative
two Crawford came home with them SEE US BEFORE SELLING
Official Entry Blank Home & Commercial in Detroit, Mich. for a week's visit.

Christmas Decoration and Lighting Contest Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliar Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
and son and Mrs. Steve Starlin

Please accept my entry in the annual Christmas Light Sr. were guests of the Leon Starling Mrs.Webster Mary were Reddish.weekend guests of Fully Equipped ... DependableAll

ing and Decorating Contest. I agree to have my Christmas family in Jacksonville on Mrs. H. R. Sapp had as visitor and Models DILLARD KEENE
of 6:30 Sunday.Mr.
between the hours p.m.
decorations lighted and this week Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Everett Rowe
and Mrs.
and 11 p.m. each evening between Dec. 20 and Dec. 30, family of Jacksonville spen Burney, and Mrs. Van Burney and West of Railroad Track, 1 1-2 Block from Signal Light

1955. family.Sunday with, the Roy Griffi Hill family, all, and of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs., and H.Will R. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD 117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.)

Rev. Edgar Wilkinson and Terry Burney of Starke. PHONE 187

Name ------------- visitor Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Royster of
business Covers
Radio UpholsteringPhone
----------------- Futch were TV Seat -
to Crescent City on Saturday.Mr. Jacksonville and Mrs. Drew Red- Starke, Fla.

Address _------------------- and Mrs. Orville Miller and dish of Starke were visiting the 239 Starke, Fla. ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hicks of W. F. Moore family on Saturday L' ,. ', !_ ..::_ _,_=:::- __=_"::: '';: '::; i _: .,_':.!- --n ::'_ _J.e_
Gainesville were Saturday eve Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams : -, .-. --- -, -"- -- -- --
Mail entry blank to: Mrs. C. A. Knight, Chairman, ning dinner guests of Mr. and

P. 0. Box 246, Starke, Fla. Entries must be in by noon, Mrs. Frank Lyles.

Dec. 15. Recent visitors at the Pau ,..., ,
Dinkins home were Mr. and Mrs # >
Horace Cox and Miss Adel Din
.. ,' .
-- .:. kins of Jacksonville and Mr. and< "r w
.. -
: --- -- 'ae 8 .
'- ? ,
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Jr. of An s bo Y

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott and

son of Brooker spent the weekend -
I with :Mrs. Mott's parents, 't n t u 4 y t ,(.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hilliard.Mr. ), at : '- s v y; agC S

and Mrs. Joe Shuford and
family of St. Augustine visited E.
SPECIAL :Mrs. John Shuford and Dave thi; T a v z
WINTER weekend. ) Ai

Miss Enza Blanchard was shopping a
: t
in Jacksonville on Thursday .; rA
1 GAL PRESTONEANTIFREEZE The Ray Dorman family ol'acksonville 4r

S-25 were recent guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. 1 .

Lion's Club Meets -y:

355HEATER The newly organized Lions
29.95 9 )
Club held its meeting in the school bMT

cafeteria Thursday evening. Aft tb
4.50 I : x 1,
INSTALL HEATER er a delicious supper, served by "
the cafeteria ladies, the businessof x S :
the club transacted under a.. .1 d : K.
the able leadership of the presi-
dent, Dave Shuford. About 20 S ; A

men were present.
I Mrs. Nell Howsley of Jackson-

SPECIAL ONLY 29.95Add ville spent Sunday with the A. M.

Blanchard family. c t
The Paul Bennett family spent :

$1.95 For 12 Volt SystemsYOU last weekend in Daytona with.Mr. I
and Mrs. Boljby Bennett. -
Donald Brandies is conductinga S

revival this week at the First

Cars and Trucks --- All Makes Baptist''Jason Church Hilliard in Carrabell.The family. and ; ,

Miss Shirley Hall of Jacksonvilleand 4i

All Models Claud Hilliard of Ft. Pierce ;

visited the Carl Hilliards this
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HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. I week.Mr.. and Mrs. Obed Pauley and ke
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Rev. and Mrs. Gailbreath of Kirkland BrothersTo U. S. 301 Travel Witness my nand and official seal and file the
original In the office of
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at Starke, Florida Repeat error i The Poard of County Commissioners
din- Nov. sub-total'
Church 25
Bayless Hiway were the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..1955. V on tract, iota and I reserves the right to reject *ny
HEILBRONN ner guests of the Eldon Sapps :I Get Awards Has Doubled .1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. narbj or 1956 before; otherwise the 2 day the allegation of January of, keys operate machine. and all bids.
last Sunday.Mr. I As Clerk. of said Court. said Complaint will be taken (5) Ten Column listing and eleven Board of County Commissionersof
At BHS Assembly Since 1941 SurveyTraffic I FT Marian U Crnab,. Deputy Clerk confessed by you. a (11) column totaling ca- Bradford County Florida
fly Mrs. Ancel NormanLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Mrs. :Chas. R. Hess, 201 Guaranty Life This notice ball be publishedonce pacity. ([:OFFICIAL SEAL)
!B'Idg., Jacksonville, FlAtt's. 'I (6) Compact keyboard brings all Bv Charles A. Darby.
Marie Tilley and little daughter, Charles and Lonzo Kirkland week for five consecutive -
U. S. 301 suoth of "
On for Plf. control
II 12/2 4t 12/23 weeks In the Bradford County and listing keys Clerk of Said Court
Donna of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. will be presented trophies on Dec. Starke has more than doubled Telegraph. within easy hands span. 12/2:! 2t s :

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggersand Leroy Norman Jr., and Mrs. Ann 9 at the Bradford High School since 1941, according to a State (. Circuit SOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County 1955.Dated this 25 day of November, -...._ __h____ __d
children of Jacksonville visit. Green of Camp Blanding, Mr. and assembly for winning entries in Road Dept traffic counter near Florida Cbarer- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I -- n T=
Mrs. Ancel Norman, and T. the Fisher Body Craftsman's Dorothy Louise DeSwarte Balareze, Clerk of the Circuit Court
ed relatives here last weekend.Mr. Waldo. Carlos
N'I Balarezo, Defendant. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
and Mrs. Clinton Normanof Norman enjoyed a hog killing Guild last summer. For the first ten months of :totlre. To AppearTo Case No. 10-994 ItH 12/23 Don't Miss Our _.
Jacksonville visited his parents the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Charles won the 1955 senior 1941 the counter recorded an : Carlos Ishmael Palarezo. TALL FOR BIBS .
the Frank Normans, and Norman Sr. last week. award and Lonzo the Junior average pf 2,381 cars a day travel- whose residence and address is: SEALED BIDS will be taken until
Unidad Vecinal Mirones 8-E, Lima, 9:30 A.M., ,
January 3 1956 for fur-
attended church services here last Clarence Stuart is on the sick award. Charles is a senior at ing the road. For the comparable I:Peru. nishing to the Board of County !
Sunday list this week. BHS and Lonzo is a sophomore.The period in 1955 the traffic figure suit You fordivorce are hereby notified that a 'J:1uno: ; pJoJpeJg JO liHUOJiOlwwo.J! PHILCO

Tate Alvarez is on the sick list Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of two brothers have already totaled 5,217 cars a day. and restoration of former Florida One (1): Amber grey ten key ad.i
this week. He was admitted to Jacksonville visited her mother, received prizes of $150 in cash Recorders at other points in has name teen filed ding and subtracting machine. ,
against in the
I and to the Requirements:
a Jacksonville hospital Mondayfor Mrs. Delores Carmichael, last aU-expense paid trips the state indicate. that U. S. 92 above named Court and cause and (1) Compact and light in weight.
observation. weekend. national convention in Detroit. near Plant City and U. S. 441 you are required to serve a copy of (2) Keyboard slanted for fast indexing -
I This is the third year Charlesas your answer or pleading to the com- figures.
near Ocala are the heaviest tra- plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney marked
birthday to Mrs. Middle- (3) Control keys plainly -
WANTED-PECANS been a winner in the com- veled roads checked. T. David Burns SOS Guaranty and each has but a single TV SALE
No quantity too large or too ton! Rosier, who celebrated her petition. In 1953 he won second Life Building, Jacksonville, Fla., I function.
sraalL Cash market prices. See 73rd anniversary last Sunday. state honors in the Junior division I
us before selling. Dillard Keene, Johnnie Cowart has been homeon and in 1954 he won the first state City Gets $3,164 ,
117 W. Brownie, Starke. leave from his base at Charleston and regional honors. From Smoke TaxThe
S. C. The Fisher awards are won for

designing and constructing model City of Starke received -.Il .. .

automobiles. It was organizedby $3,164.24 as its share of the cigar- r- 1 ? \
Our Store Will Close the Guild in 1930 to encourage ette tax money collected in September l '
and to' -
boys in fine craftsmanship '
the State.
At 8 P.M. Friday, Dec. 10 further develop creative ability.t I I The amounts by received by other "- JX Turn Et

In Order That Our Employees towns in this area were: Keystone < "S
Starke Taxi firm \I IChanges Heights, $613.88; Lake Butler, I $ ll I9 hR-
May Attend TheSTRAWBERRY ,$729.80; Lawtey, $374.87; Brooker,I At3 II
BOWL Hands $183.46; and Hampton, $108.58. GIVE THEM A ,*
I II : The state distributed $1,315,478..
56 to & I
incorporated municipalities GLOBE
The Starke Taxi Co. was sold for September. I
hf HY S.I, SIMMONS, 8,1: I recently to Colon :M. Thomas.A. SwiveletLuxurious 1

E. McKinney, Sr., owner of FOR .,
,the company for 16 years retiredfrom Recent Birth: ) D7 Mahogany

the business. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Begue of s J finish Swivelet with selflevelingbrassfeettuma-
Thomas is resident of Starke XMAS '
a k o-\
San Diego, Calif. announce the
and has been connected with McKinney birth of a daughter, Andrea Lynn, I 1 \ 7f for easy viewing. Aluminized
and the taxi company for Nov. 30 in San Diego. A5 \ picture tube. ,::",,
I the past few years. ents are Mr. and GrandPar-1 f/ t New Micro-Grid Tuner.

iJi GA Members Have (Sarge) Suslow. 'I :!( PIIILCO 4136

11 $ 1.95
: Hamburger FryI 22'
Notice is hereby given that the
+ot ..... .. I Members of the Junior Girls undersigned under the provisionsof
.,. :81 ':.itSir6'J n. i' Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida.
: jq.
-:: C.P. GnrMcoaA [Auxiliary were entertained witha Acts of 1941, will register with the .
I hamburger fry at,the pastoriumIon Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Bradford County, State of Flori- YoverThougk/IVeU1fee jj)
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? Nov. 29. After under supper the, da, upon of receipt this notice of proof, the of fictitious publication .
games were enjoyed name of Sorrento Restaurant under Large 12-inch illuminated Globe (illustrated above) c'v
I direction of the social committee, which I am engaged in business at the When fiWOhro
Linda Hildebran and Patricia U. S. 301, North, Starke, Fla. with detailed hand-mounted map. Steel die-cast meridian Day _
The blithe sprite on the right. Right? Harper, and the counselor, :Miss Fla.Anna, sole Taccia.owner. U. S. 301, Starke and base. Includes 32-page book. "Story of the

Helen Haines. Dated this 23rd day of November Globe." 1
Everyone gets more than a modicum of attended this A.D., 1955, at Starke, Fla. ..... .. 21" Console
Fourteen girls
1U 12/23
social, and five new members were Other Globes ... 2.00 3.95 6.95 8.95 _

smug satisfaction at putting over a sharp enlisted for the auxiliary. OTICE OF INTENTION TO

deal. To buy from us is to put over a neat Heilbronn 4-H Club undersigned Notice is ,hereby under the given provisions that the of Every Replogle Globe is Highly Detailed Carto-
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida
Acts of 1941 will register with the graphically Correct Lithographed by experts. $254.95'HI1CO
bit of exchange every time because we offer Plans Xmas PartyPlans Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Bradford County, State of Flor-
"\ annual Christmas ida, upon receipt of proof of publi-
for the
the mostest of.the bestus for the leastest. cation of this notice, the fictitious _
party were completed at a meet-i name of Colonial Florist under Never before have so manpeople wanted to own a t
ing of the Heilbronn 4-H Club at''whl'h"e are engaged in business good Globe. Thoughtful parents want one for their
at 506 Nona St.,
Starke, Fla.
Merely check today's specials for proof. the home of :Miss Edith Moore: on Owners: Ruby Johns, 504 E. Laura children to become better students. They also wanta 4111. Full quality"
,November 25th. The girls and list, Starke, Fla.It Globe for the entire family to follow and understand TV with performance unmatched -
E. Mundorff, E. Laura St. at its price. Power i
sjjmcrKOCH'S I local leaders exchanged names for Starke. Fla. world events for only a Globe can show land and proved chassis with Golden I'
gifts at the party to be held Dec. A.Dated D., 1955 this at 2nd Starke.day Fla.of December, water areas as they really are. They also recognize a Grid Tuner. 21-inch Aluminized -
DRUG STOREANY ,20. Marilyn Cox will have chargeof 12/2 4t 12/23 Globe as a beautiful home decoration especially picture tube. Finger 1
the TipTuning. quantity
DOCTOR'S games. la Circuit Court. Bradford County. illuminated models which create just the right light .- .. -' -I. 3' .
PRESCRIPTION FILLED :Miss Dorothy Ross, home dem- Floridat In Chancery. .
COMnETE.LINE OF pXUGS, SUNDRIES t-COSMETICS onstration agent, awarded Sandra Crews Bessie, Crews Defendant., Plaintiff, U!. A. D. for viewing television.

Solano a gold medal and a certificate Case No. 10-1301 PHONE 19S-J FOR 10 DAY HOME TRIAL
for her work in the foods O..'er Of Publication And Notice To See Our Globe i
Appears State of Florida Tot Large Display t

-. .- -<- _. -- _:" :. "jL_ _-..-:_-. : .... .:-': ;I project last year. address A. D. Crews is: Care, whose of Ettie residence Prescott.and
lloboken, Georgia. C. H1 NASVIORTHYGENERAL
You are required to appear on
Jan. 2, 1956 in the above named Bradford County Telegraph
I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
\ seeks divorce. SUPPLIES

publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four 232 E. Call St. Phone 198Iearsays".O'
weekly issues. I
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