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 16, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Wave Does. 'I Judges Lighting Named Contest I, Ordinance Provides Set-Back Bowl Declared- Success

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successive cold waves, one its regular meeting last sewers have been installed ; .
fast week and one this week, did week the City Council passed a that time.

little damage to crops here in the resolution providing that all new Agreed to investigate and

county, wiih the exception of construction on U. S. 301, within action on the complaint

cabbage. the city limits must be set backa number of residents that ....
Berries and greens withstoodthe minimum of 50 feet from the water from the Bradford .

cold and frost, but many center line of the right of way. neering Company and from
Mrs. Littlefield and two .
acres of young cabbage, just Ray This action was taken in order Starke Ice Plant is flooding I. .
starting to head, was set back other members of the Lake City that new construction will not property. W ,J '. : \ \ .f..-....
Garden Club will the an- : '
judge : -
and will result in a poorer quality interfere with any future widening Referred to the mayor the ;,
nual Christmas lighting and decorating .
crop. Some growers, notably of U. S. 301. It applies onlyto quest by residents near the 'o .
contest in it {
Starke was
Jimmy Gaskins and Leon Norman that portion of the highwaythat supermarket under
announced this week by Mrs. C. A. !
used lirigation get the cabbage chairman has not already been widened on Madison Street that ., l' '. ,. '
Knight, of the Woman'sClub }
growing: off again. of the street be reserved for ,

Bloom on berries was damaged: event this committee sponsoring the Anyone wishing to register an I I[parking. In the discussion .. ..r..

by the frost, but, except in a year. objection to the new ordinance I Mayor said he did not see .
Mrs. Knight said that in orderto "
few eases, the plants were not will be given a chance to be this could be done.
accommodate the public, the
far enough advanced to have a heard at the regular Council Suggested that the request "; -oM
the '
entries in
time for registering .' .
sizeable crop of bloom. In fact, meeting on December 20. new.Venetian blinds for the :1i .. ... :;!
contest has been extended to 12 ,,'''" :
welcome 'cold wear that the City ... .. ..' > .. "
many growers noon on Tuesday, Dec. 20. In A proposal pur ing quarters over the ,.... '" .. >- !f,,",y"';.
ther at this time of the and
year chase'another engine generator be investigated further,
to keep fruit from setting before !order to be eligible for judging from the City of New Bern, was brought out that the Bowl Chairman Carl Roberts (right) presents gold footballs to visiting -
'the main bearing season begins. :!the displays must 6:30 lighted and N. C. for the spare parts and, ones could be cleaned and roaches: Al Bassett of Bishop Kenny (left) and Carlos Deaso*

The cold did some damage to I the each hours night of from p.m.Dec. 20throul ) equipment which go with it, was i iI ed at a fraction of the of Quinry.Jeromo.
turnip tops, but in the case of6Hards i p.m. the next meeting,.
Dec. 30. tabled new ones. I R. Kelly presents handsome Strawberry ...- '
< "sweetened up" the I I when the Council failed to come (left) and Billy Jo Turner, co-captains 1
the of -
I The contest is opfia to all resi I Raised salary I "Co<:.',- '$'>> -- ,.'
foliage. Many consumers prefer i '
dents living within the city limits to agreement. Carl Johns from $3,600 to $ I, Dover also received an individual trophy ":. :. #""" -
nards that have been bitten by
of Starke. The displays must J Purchase price of the enginewas I a year, upon the motion of In the bowl event. .
estimated at about $2,500, ,; .
be visible from the street andIt cilman L. 0. Hazen. :
Prices on greens this year, is emphasized that originality, with cost of dismantling and moving Suggested that of Jacksonville and Quincy's ., '

which are >bout average $1.25to not expensive or elegance, will be at $5.000, and freight at I Ruby Johns meet with a champions staged a football battle
well below the $3
,1.15. are time the deciding factor .in the judg 1200. Those in favor of the. the State Road before a shivering crowd of fans r irr
this 10f
a dozen price paid at
purchase argued that the switchboard the possibilities of a I'!' Strawberry Bowl. .
last; year, when the dry weather ing.The panel alone, which goes tlfication for the \
display must be officially program
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resulted in a scarcity and a few I with it needed by the city, .
made registered in 'order to be judged. was Hired a night watchman, Crusaders Stage
growers a
about $10,000.
'and would
of$49. a week to struck
be or
Registrations! may .
Lowest official readingrecent the proposalat material1at 'Deception Play' :t A
mailed to Mrs. Knight. Box 246. After talking over tle\) new power fourth! .
at the I .
ly at the recorder Starke "' 'the Council postponedaction. '
length, construction. i adVd '
Farmers Market was 29.3 degrees Starke, orieft with Mrs. H. C. under On Greeters ,.
Ritch at the Starke! Hardware. Heard Carl Johns on the and
which recorded last
morning was December 7.I I Co. I In other actions, the Council: ter of repairing' certain city sidewalks fourth periods.The The Bishop Kenny StrawberryBowl S. -u .
Wednesday I
I One cash prize of $25 will be Voted the sum of $50 to be which neeiii repair, and Crusaders' only score came I football: team pulled a deception ft

given for the best display by a used by the local Elks Club in which constitute a hazard. This with less than four minutes in the play last Friday night on i ,

C of C Breakfast motel or another business. advertising the Strawberry Bowl action is the result of recommendations game when Neyle Sollee climaxeda the Committee waiting to welcome t if 'k

Other prizes-are as*fonows: charity football game. Adolph by the insurance company 65-yard sustained drive by I them to Starke. }

Will Kick-oft Private homes Div. 1 Treesor Gay, who spoke for the Elks, that covers the city's liability. battering the last two yards. The plans called for the Greyhound

other outdoor arrangements: told the Council that proceedsof Approved construction of an office Bishop Kenny had the edge in bus carrying the team to

Membership DriveThe 1st prize'$25, 2nd prize $1$. the game were to be used for in the new power plant at first downs, and controlled the arrive via the Old Blanding High tz

Private homes, Div. 2 Window Christmas, baskets.for the needy, an estimated cost of $649. ball most of the time, but could
and that publicity of the solve defense whenit way.Dep.. Sheriff Fate Brown, Steve
door or porch arrangements: any Decided to get additional priceson never Quincy's
Starke and Bradford County event was' beneficial to the city.) of a Simmons, and Adolph Gay were
1st prize $25, 2nd prize $15. the purchase power counted.Financial
Chamber of Commerce will Serving with Mrs. Knight on Advised M. C. Wells that he 'threading and portable electric Success delegated to meet the bus at the S '

begin a membership drive to raise the contest committee this year could use the portion of Eleventh welding machine, both needed in J. R. Kelly, Exalted Ruler of Kingsley Lake forks and escort

$5,000 at a kick-off breakfast at are Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. S. Street adjoining his property the construction of the new power the local Elks Lodge, sponsorsof it into town. The Sheriff and city J'L

the-Guidon Grill Friday morning. E. Simmons, Mrs. G. S. New-!,which ends at the railroad crossing house. Estimated cost of this the event, said that 'more than police were to join the party closer
it in. His offer to cleared the bowl. to the city.
and fence on
Andrews said comb, Mrs J. H. DuPre, a1\d'Mrs'l' equipment Is $2,000 and memberof $1,000 was
President :
I Jaa. A. Lewis. Mrs. C. L. ,buy it from the city was rejected. [ the Council urged that competitive This was considered highly suc-I j' The delegation waited --- and

new billboards advertising Starkeis {Scholl is president of the Woman's, Agreed to assist a colored delegation prices be obtained before cessful, since it was the first to be waited. About 15 minutes before 'f .

the most pressing project being Club the sponsoring organization.'I'I'I headed by A. O. Jenkins,;I: the purchase is made. staged here and only a brief time game time they decided to give Bowl committee shown
of fill I back at the stadium cfcns (right), member of the
planned by the Chamber. Mrs. Knight has expressed ap- in obtaining about yards ]I Authorized the purchase of was spent in promotion. The up. Arriving footballs which were given byt
Other activities planned for the preciation to business firms that to be used in the construction of I. four city directories at a cost of money will be used by the Elks L they found the team already there i(;i.resenttos one of the engraved silver
I colored Masonic Temple at the charitable ,,,, klks Jo all players on both teams
coming year include an exhibitfor contributed money for cash a Reba"! $18 each. for purposes mostlyin They had come down U. S. 30i.C .I ,
awards. intersection of Polk and this immediate Kelly (Photos by R. p. McLendon)
the State Fair at Tampa i area
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,! Streets. ;" said of C President Guy Andrews I
Jan. 31 to Feb. Jl, new brochures, ',Masons To Install
tnt extensive advertising.The !BHS Class Of '49. Acted favorably on the re'nue. Carl Roberts, general chairmanof I and other dignitaries. in inviting us to participate in such fine food and lodging, and
of Rep. Doyle E. I Ii
$ Dec. 27 Quincy AppreciativeA
breakfast is scheduled for Officers the event, expressed himself: a? Bowl
that he' your Strawberry last Friday I I the citizens of Starke in general,
Plans Reunion local insurance letter highly complimentaryto
8 a.m. from which teams will be I! well pleased with the outcomeand night, and for the favors and made us return home with a
'receive of the city's in' ; Installation of officers for and its citizens has very
portion new Starke
sent over the city to sell mem a 'i, I thanked all who contributedto courtesies showered on us during warm feeling for there
The Bradford School business. The Council1suggested 35 F. & A. M., local Elks I
berships."We High surance .,Bradford Lodge No. the success of the event. been received by the our visit to your City. I with whom we came in contact
graduating class of 1949 will hold I that Conner get together win ben held in the Masonic Bands Parade Lodge: sponsors of the first ,
want to give everybody an the other twp insurance -]! Dec. 27, at Tern.1 "It would be difficult; indeed, ,I I "Please convey this expression
to Andrews its first reunion on Wednesday, with ; ple Tuesday night, Preceding the game Friday Strawberry; Bowl football game
opportunity join, I
said and added he was the Deb. 28, at 9 o'clock in the USO agencies of Charley E.j o'clock. All Master Masons are, afternoon the visiting Quincy here lest week. The letter was to imagine a more pleasurable experience I r of our deepest appreciation to all
hoping Harold C. Wall attend. for all of those who went'''of those who helped to make
teams contact building. I Johns and invited to Band and the Bradford High -written by officials from Quincy. pos-
can everybody Fri 'I I be installed at this from here, or one that will be I'sible this wonderful "
In making the announcement. work out a fair division. Officers to Band staged a colorful paradein ,one of the participating teams. trip.
day.This the teams Kenneth C. Grider, president, Ordered that the work of installing -j time are: Jack McComb, Worshipful the downtown section. Both and states: longer remembered. We believe The letter was signed by James

will be year armed with membership blank checks said: "Come and bring your hus a sewer to the residence,, Master; Wm. S. Haas, Senior bands gave a fine show on Call "On behalf of the football sqaud that, for our students who attended :,A. Shanks, supervising principal

arranged *o new members can bands wives, or sweethearts. .of L. A. Davis be done as soon Warden; Charles Devlin Junior Street, and repeated their performance the band the entire student body this will be treasured as one i Quincy High School; H. Carlton
Please forward word to all the I as possible. It was pointed out Warden; Arthur N. Holliday, of the most precious memories of!'Mason, director of instrumental
pay the $25 fee in five monthly I at the game that night. and the faculty of Quincy High
installments he said. rest of Our class. We are looking I that Davis had long ago requestedthe Treasurer; and C. A. Futch Secre The parade was led by Mayor School we want to thank you their high school days. The .music; Guy A: Race, athletic

forward to seeing you alL" work be done, and that other tary. W. T. Jackson Chairman Roberts. I most sincerely for your kindness treatment that we received from director; Carlos E. Deason, head
your committee, the school author coach and Jack
; Phillips assistant
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'. Jts;" .%: r,, "", ities those who, furnished with
us coach.
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: Mayor Seeks Stronger Tools To Deal
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4i._ f I With Illegal Whiskey And Late Hours Three Tornadoes, Picked

Mayor W. T. Jackson last week council prohibits the operation of I

requested a new city ordinanceto pool rooms, billiard rooms, dance For All-Conference Honors

rr make it easier for the city to halls, bowling alleys, or skating

convict liquor law violators, and rinks on Sunday or, between mid mow".' ;' Ci"'" T '
M S' the City Council passed a new night and 5 a.m. on weekdays.

ari law restricting the hours of public Jackson said there has been re :
rerreationrooms.. particular problem with tin
The liquor ordinance would pro- .stablishments already in existence .
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i ..' .. JFf hibit licensed beer establishmentsfrom ; but they do tend to tie up
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$\ .. P"""-" .. N" ".' having on the premises any the polite in the early morning t 1
"...;"_- a '"-'''-:_1Y.L.' beverage containing more than : hours when they are needed elsewhere -
one per cent alcohol except for : He added the ordinance '
Second Unit In Pictured above Is! portion of new homes in Unit 2 of SaratogaHeight the beverage he is licensed to will} already'be on the books if I ;
Saratoga Heights In West Starke. Thirteen of the : 4S'j30AJ'
*, now nearing completion I
'I sell. Thus a place licensed to sellbeer I bowling alleys or skating rinks 18
15 new units have already been sold. could have no whiskey on i become established in Starke. and Ii.

Nears Completion; 13 Houses Sold mTaylor of the premises. they could be: _rout rolled with no I .-
Blanding. is ,an employee Hercules! II
j The law now in effect forbttis trouble. I Mathews Reddish John
All but two of the 15 new The homes in Unit 2 range !>1r. and Mrs. Win. Edgar Tilley Powder Co. only the consumption of liquor Previously there were no cit' ',

homes now nearing completion in I from $9,500 to $11,100 slightly Jr. Mr. Tilley is employed at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Allen in places licensed to sell beer. I statutes restricting hours for this Three Bradford

Unit 2 of Saratoga Heights have higher than those in Unit 1. the Green .Cove Springs Navy Mr. Allen is manager oi Setzer's City Attorney Arch Thomas, Jr. I,type of establishment.The I' %% High: Tornadoes were selected on the mythical

been sold, it was announced this Those who have already con- base.Mr. meat department in Starke. said the new law is identical with liquor ordinance will be -.All-Conference Team picked at a meeting of East Florida -

week. Eight of the units are expected tracted for homes in Unit 2 are: and Mrs. Leslie H. Harper.Mr. :Mr. and :Mrs. Paul D. Carter. state liquor statutes. presented for consideration of the Conference coaches in Gainesville last Saturday morning.

lo be completed and ready Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Taylor.Mr. Harper is employed by the Mr. Carter is connected with the Mayor Jackson said that in the council at the next meeting. The chosen Tornadoes all Seniors, were: Edwin Johns" end; Dennis -

for occupancy before Christmas,''I Taylor is an employe. of National Guard at Camp Blanding.Mr. land division of Clay Electric past, police could search a busi- Mathews, renter; and Glenn Reddish, back. Palatka and

and the remaining seven will be J!,Humphreys Gold Corp. and Mrs. Thomas Slagle Cooperative.Mr. ness licensed to sell beer, but it, Ketterlinus each put four players on the mythical squad white

finished soon thereafter. {'i Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Andrews Hogsed Jr. Mr. Hogsed is sta- and Mrs. Drew Ratliff who was hard to get a conviction ifj I County Seeks Bids DeLand Starke Sanford and New Smyrna Beach placed three

The 15 new units in addition 'HI. Mr. Andrews is connected tioned with the Marine' Corps at are moving to Starke from Live liquor was found because the On Painting Job each Two were named from Seabreeze. It was announced that .'
to the 27 in Unit 1, brings the with Andrews Motor Co. Parris Island, S. C. and plans to could New
Oak. Mr. Ratliff is the new owner always say the beverage Smyrna and Sanford withdrawing from the c nIereoce
total number of new homes in I I I j Mr. and Mrs. Noel P. Joyner.Mr. move here after his retirement. franchised Chevrolet dealer in was for his own use. The County Commissioners are I I leaving a five-team loop for next ,'ear. The meeting In Gainesville ,
Saratoga Heights to 42. third Mr. and Mrs. Levi Davis Whit I
A '' Joyner Is employed by New Starke. Under the new law the City accepting bids for painting the I was attended by BHS Head Coach Lennard
unit of 15 will be started soon.Method Cleaners. tle. Mr. Whittle is employed by outside Of the County Health Center Register, and
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hall. will have only to the liquor I I' I assistant coaches Joe Hull and Winston Criswell.Iago. .
after the first of the year according -I Mr. and Mrs. Oren T. Derkman.Mr. the National Guard at Camp I .\ prove on Church St, County Clerk
to Brevard Contractors, Deikman is employed at the Blanding. I'Mr. Hall is plant manager for was in the establishment.The i I Charles Darby said Monday.The I

'Inc.. the builders National Guard shops. Camp I Mr and Mrs. J. R. Taylor! Mr. Big Dad Manufacturing Co. ordinance passed fey th bids will be opened Jan. 3.


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Farmer's DiaryBy L} _h _

Sam McGarvey You "are invited+
Bowl Has It Made

Starke has taken one more step in i its steady The "cold weather" birds, the
march toward full-blown "cityhood. _It is now kildeer, are with us now, and jOs !
established as the locale of a successful annual they wheel and fly around the
"bowl" event. fields, making their pecylier cries.
In spite of a late start, and consequent limited. Last week we saw a bird around
here that we noticed for the first p
publicity and planning, and in spite of unfavorable
time it is darker and bigger
weather, the first annual Strawberry Bowl spon- than a robin and it has a red %
sored by the Elks Lodge last Friday night, wasa breast, and Alice said she thoughtit _
success in every respect. Most important of all Well, someone left the "refrig was a chewink.
of course, it was a success from the financial erator door open" again this week .

standpoint, adding more than a thousand dollarsto and'we had another killing frost We're still digging some sweet i.r II i..

the charity fund of the Elks organization. with, the temperature dipping potatoes, arid they sure do taste ', \\-NM
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In addition to benefiting this fund, the bowl] down below 30 degrees. It did good. Ed says he plans to plant S ;li
game also benefited Starke in many respects, not do any damage other than some of them to make a crop of rvv
adding to its reputation as a small.town where nipping the young plants of "draws", and then maybe we'll r
turnips, radishes, and rv ixe
things happen in a big way. Many visitors were broccoli. have an early crop next summer 1 ,y
brought here for an overnight stay, and went their leaves The In berries over their Just crowns pulled and plenty of vines to cut for a

away impressed with the friendliness and hospitality and shivered it out. fall planting.. R"1 r/ II
of our town. S
this event the Elks enjoyed the George Huggins said this week
In promoting But the frost put another coat
complete cooperation and backing of the commun- of brown paint over the pastures that most growers are puttingout L'-A*
nitrogen in the fertilizer .
ity. Motor courts and restaurants came through and right now the cows are o II _
nobly providing accommodations, and even hunting food. We got some land they are applying to their lupine. Xi$6 50,00 ; ,
Not sure, but think it was 2-10-20
some free meals, for members of the visiting ready in the sedge grass, field
band. Many private homes were opened also for and the f will plant it in rye, so that that even he the said legumes was used.need Looks a little like llv PRIZES SAT. -- 9:00: A. M.r .. ,
and football squads. The cows will have something
members of the band nitrogen to get started.
Elks appreciate this cooperation and recognizethe good to eat during the cold weather. .

fact that they could not have put this pro- Tome. Trouble rain to get is the that rye we'll growing.need We've about decided that plant r 17 L1'Itj
ject over without the backing of the community.Now ing English peas in the fall is I
that the first Strawberry Bowl is history, Going to get the Soil Conservation a waste of time. We've done it
the Elks feel that they now "know the ropes" and District's rojary mower this just about every year so far and -
will be in an even better position to promote a week and mow the tan weeds and have yet toget any results. It In Our -=:-' t" .
bigger and better bowl game. next year. The grass in the truck garden. It ish&dly looks to us as if the best idea
Strawberry Bowl is definitely established and will overgrown with sedge grass, may be to plant them in late 1\
develop into one of the major events in this sec- and we figure that by mowing January, for an early spring crop.
tion of Florida in years_ to come. _it first we'll be able to do a much New
better job of cutting it up. It "We're going to cut up the Building and New
certainly is great to be able to kitchen garden which is badly
More -- Not Fewer ProblemsJudging rent at moderate cost a piece of overgrownith Bermuda grass,
equipment like the mower, for and let the frost and cold kill
from comments by our readers, a great we have little use for one. some of the roots. It certainlydoes
many read and approved the Views on segregationand no good-to bury the cussed Location
desegregation expressed in this column last Our berries now have started to stuff, for it would come up we
week by a Negro educator. grow and they have a good color. think, if you buried it ten feet _
that there is still Apparently the touch of nitrate of deep: Next Door To Lovett's
There are other indications New Super Market On West
will soda that we have given them is Madison Street
some hope that leaders of both races come
taking effect and giving them a Our cows have a system all
to their senses before it is too late and recognizethe
boost. But they have a lot to of their
go own at feeding time.
fact that any real or imagined "benefits"from to catch up with some other Daisy, who is the bossfinishes 81G
integration would be more than offset, for
patches around the
we see county. her feed, then chases Joy who in
disadvantages.In .
both resulting
races, by turn chases Blossom, and that big
this connection, two more educators, one Although it is very 'late to be heifer chases Hope, who then i
white and one colored,recently reported that thereare doing it, we are still setting outa stands around until all the fuss PRIZES
likely to be more, not less pupil behaviour few skips in our patch. But is over. Then she works her way
problems! if race segregation ends in public we'd rather do that and have full back through all the pails, hunting Y
schools. beds than have skips here and some morsels overlooked by *
Robert T. Bower, director of.social science research (there, for it is no more work to the others. = '
at American University, Washington D. take care of solid rows, and plantsset The saying "the rich get richer, Nothing =
out now will produce some and the get poorer" seems to-
C., and Harry J. Walker, a Howard University poor i
that D. C. fruit. apply to ows, too! To
sociologist, both reported Washington /
first city to lower the race barriers in public k

schools in obedience to the 1954 Supreme Court Buy .
decision, has found the number of resulting prob. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE ti

lem cases great enough. to be of "serious con-

In a joint report to the American Sociological !I/TN.

Society's annual meeting, they said: "It is likely BEAIRD: TANK
that the change from' racially segregated school a. VENTED HEATER _

situation to integrated school situations'will pro- .. TO BE GIVEN TO DE-GIVEN .
duce certain manifestations of maladjustment"They RADIO

said this would be reflected in: I
1. Withdrawal of pupils from group participation / AND FREEThursday, Dec. 22 FREE Friday Dec. 23Value
in activities involving members of the other
I' 5:00P.M.
race: ZENITH 17" 5:00P.M.
2. Decline in scholastic performance. Evanston T1814R 159.95 Value p
3. Organized and unorganized display of hostility -
toward persons of the other race. When Your TV Needs $159.95
white Service Call 166 and Service
4. Overt conflict between Negro and E
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pupils. 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I acre tour of work every ?
5. A rise in classroom behavioural problems. day with LP-Cas-and my Ctaird I -
"Already," the report said"there is consider- '!T _t:r = 'llIotature-Free' system assures me of amore
able concern on the part of the school administration dependable gas supply, summer
and teaching personnel over the performanceof t and winter."
Negro pupils in racially mixed classes." i
We gather that these two educators would -I

agree wholeheartedly with Zora Neal Hurston wiMmiMmSTUDIO 'OriI J t )\ _
Court would have
When she wrote:- The Supreme AND GIFT SHOP _
pleased me more if they had concerned them-
selves about enforcing the compulsory education I
provisions for Negroes in the South as is,done for I
white children. The next ten years would be l

better spent in appointing truant officers and
looking after conditions in the homes from which ..aW.Wr. / -y .A 1
Here are just a few of
the children come. Use to the limit what we
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already have. our Christmas Specials.
Both races would be better served, it seems to

us, if more attention were paid to the sane voices, il E AUSTRALIAN Dt1Ctc- COME IN TODAY $650.00 IN PRIZESPWKB
such as those of the three educators quoted here, BlUID PLATYPUS HAS A BEAK ocHoRH.
and less to rantings of professional exploiters, ARt WtBCCD AND IT HAS ACOCKUKE We have many more for
self.seeking politicians, and those whose high- SPUR OM EACH HIND roar
flown theories would tear down the very thing htwT4 THE fujTVfvs SUCJfLCS LAYS/7J E6G.t VOUNG your selection.

they seek to build. ;1 off ti/ur 7V4T/& SUcM-ro 7f1kYYIGM TAPPANAutomatic ''fl

The Smiling Facade Wins! $29.95 ValueAutomatic

Deep Fryer, only 19.95 Range '
The automobile is a device that enables city
people to get to surburban centers to do their $22.50 ValueAutomatic TO BE GIVEN -*

shopping, and which makes it easy for people Pop-Up Toaster, only 12.95
from farms and villages to ride to the big cityto FREE -- CHRISTMASEVE
shop if they so desire. In short, with per- $9.95 Value @ 6

sonal transportation at his disposal nobody has Ladies... Electric Shaver, only 4.95 @ _
to brighten the corner where he is or deal with -Q--- @)
local merchants unless he wants to! Reg. $42.50 Ladies and Men's Fully Guaranteed Q

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that some merchants, and some towns are profit- 5:00 P. M.
ing by the foot-loose age in which we live, while Reg. $15.50 Shaeffer "White Dot"

others like old soldiers are slowly or not Snorkel Fountain Pen only 13.95 '
so slowly, fading away. What A Christmas Present

Today's traffic flows where it is invited by _
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now. that the town with the smiling facade wins! _,g.
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.., 1.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler. Mrs. Wheeler;
son, James, returned home Sun- seems much improved after a long'
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS PINE LEVELby day night after spending last illness. Come get ruluw ttp1cnty. ou'll
week in Scottsboro, Ala. with The J. W. McRaes made a busi- ;
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 Mrs. :McRae's parents, :Mr. and ness trip to Jacksonville Monday. '
I _
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Duplicate Bridge Club I speak at PTA and saw all her I.I.
We are glad to report that our
Christmas Party friends, and made many new ones, .
pastor's wife, Mrs. W. E. Hall, FOR .
Monday evening, the Junior all of whom will be happy to< :
Woman's Club of Melrose entertained know of her latest. success. is much improved after severalday's t' ... 1 : ..',.. .,)," "
: '
; t 'i..
illness in Glendale Hospitrl ..( \... .
Scout Hot :
the Keystone Heights Duplicate ;Burns ,. .4t '
Palatka and able atterj: \ I l :1
was to -.t, .' ;.'
Bridge Club at-the WoIDJUl'SClub Last Saturday evening, the church services Sunday. She returned 1 .1
in Melrose. The Club house fire department was called to the< and
to Hilliard Monday
beautifully decorated in the section town known the \
was of as golf- will spend another week with her-
Christmas theme with candles on I course, to extinguish the flamesat son-in-law and daughter Rev. and V % .FOR A LIFETIME OF HAPPINESS I I"j'X
each table. The guests were I the Boy Scout shack. However, Mrs. J. E. :Murrhee.H. TURKEYS
served a banquet dinner of fried'I it was too late to do anything H. Lewis spent Monday and .
chicken by the members of the toward saving this old land-mark, y
I Tuesday night of last week.ith
Melrose club. Proceeds of the dinner which the club-house
: was once
his aunt, Mrs. Charity Glisson at
will be used by the Me rose. at the one-time country club and<
Lake Geneva, on his way to Pa
Junior Woman's Club in their golf course, and it was left to<
latka on business. 10-14 Ib 14-251b
"Operation Beach-head." burn to the ground. When the Inn avg avg
Miss Goldie Thomas of Brooker Ii
Following the dinner, there burned a year ago; there were
spent the weekend here with her
were nine tabes of bridge. The many Of the original Keystonerswho
and'Mrs.. Hens E3C
grandparents, Mr. H. H. Toms IfC
Mitchell System of scoring was got a lump in the throat remembering -Lewis. e Seel
used. North and South winners happier events that L
Louis Bill ,' had taken there. Your cor- Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and .
were: Kyle and Terry place vA rS' at API
who had high score of 76 points. respondent felt much the same sons of Heilbronn and Mr. and Con,
Second High were Mrs. Evelyn watching this other landmark Mrs. Clyde Hughey and son of ,,, ,zf, ;_...: = ""Ij''T -_."""" __ "'--

Carnes and Mrs. Velma Menzen going up in flames. Gainesville were dinner guests of M :?.f.. r- Swift's Prem. or "Super-Right" Whole or Half
the B. M. McRaes last ?
67 Bobble '.To Be Sunday. -
with points. ;JBastedo ,
East and West winners were: Dimes Queen Candidate Mr. and Mrs Earl Goodman of L i (f.r. rt ,4"" :..a'A--AN w.+doM vMKY A&P Whole Kernel TENDERIZED HAMS Ib 45c

Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston, Bobbie Bastedo, daughter of C. Starke, and Mrs. Felix Sapp were '
with a high score of 87, while J. and Mrs. Bastedo, will be a recent dinner guests Of Mr. and d Ir I- :y Fla. Grade "A" D&DFRYERS2to3bavg
Mrs. Pansy Hawes, and Mrs. candidate for March of Dimes: Mrs. Austin Fender and family, -
Jean Klinepeter had second high Queen at the annual ball which and enjoyed the rodeo at Lake Lib 35C"SuperRight"
.score of 11.Consolation. will be held .Starke the Iatter City in the afternoon. CORN1lb
Modern blood chest with self lifdnf
prizes were won: She hop thtl.\] Those who visited the H. M.
part of January. .. tray.Moch protection gumoty. ., .tt '
by Mrs. Louis Kyle and :Miss An- all her friends will support her McRaes Sunday were Mr. and Western Small 3-Down Size
na McCullough. and drop their loose change tn Mrs. L. D. Dobbs of Raiford, Mr, Lean Meaty PORK

Debby Brault Celebrates the boxes that will be strategically and Mrs. Earl Goodman of Starke, cans SPARE RIBS $1.00
Miss Debbie Brault, small I located in the local stores and Rev. and Mrs. W E. Hall, and 2 29
daughter of Mrs. Irene Brault, places of business. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Mon-

had her birthday party at Anyone going up Lawrence< day visitors were Mrs. Robert "Super-Right" Western Young Tender

"school" recently, when she attained Boulevard couldn't fail to get a Myrick arid Mrs. Sue Myrick of CEDAR CHEST -. --- ..,- -. BEEF LIVER Ib
the age of five years. Mrs. little of that Christmas Spirit Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. O. R. 29c
Brault was assisted in serving when he sees those Christmas Alvarez.

refreshments by the two teachers Lights which makes the town Allgood Brand Sugar Cured SLICED
of the school Mrs. Frank Wal- look so festive. Clay Electric ii FOR A&P Whole GREEN

rath Jr., and'Mrs.Jane Wilson Gordon dancing Adams. responsible for this nice civic< I FILL DIRTGOOD iEE1tIfAR1DAUGHTER. BREAKFAST BACON "> 35c
Mrs. Nancy project. Some of the homes are
teacher at the school, also helped. I WIFE ..' ., r
Former Keystone Principal already looking mighty RICH SISTER "Super-Right" Top Quality THIN SLICED
mas-y too. Fred Leonard! has B E EA N S

Writes Mrs.Text Helen Book Merrill, assistant lights over the archway at the 1.TOP SOILSee BREAKFAST BACON 39'
mathematics at Jack- entrance to his drive, and across t SMALL DOWN .' > t ; l
professor of the street, Al Watson has his PAYMENT- /' r
sonville Junior College, and former .
principal of Keystone Heights house all lighted up. EASY TERMSHART 2 '12-oz
School back in the '30's, is the Incidentally, the Chamber of BILL JACKSONJackson A4.4 / / t p w F f can 23C
"Thi Commerce and the Lake Region YORK
text-book, ,
author of a new
Science Teacher in Action," which,Leader, are jointly sponsoring a Transfer Company FURNITURE COMPANYStarke
she has written for science teach, contest for the best residential Phone 165 .
in train- decorations, this ;year. The first Florida -
ers, and college students _I APPLES sl
ing to teach science. two prizes will be in cash $15 :
,:Mrs. Merrill taught science: lithe and $10 respectively. The third
Duval County Schools for 16 prize will be a 12-lb. ham. I NUTLEY Colored
years, which would qualify her: So get out those lights, wreathes 5-1b BagOLE it
an an authority in the field. tinsel, etc...,and get those r s

Last winter, Mrs. Merrill Santy Clauses on the rooftopscause Hey KidsISEESanta! .

"came home" to Keystone tot < -again.Mr.. it's almost that time 0 Only 49C ; .

z and Mrs. Emory H. Cooper :
attended the annual Fleet Re-
Dinner in Jack-
serve Christmas
F2 resh Tender
sonville, Saturday evening. Dec. 1-lb ctns I
10. The dinner was held at the 35C Lb
1 Riverside Lions Club. GEN! BEANS 10C

;Mrs. W. J. Andre has been

visiting her daughter and son-in- .
law, Mr, and Mrs. E. Morrison Fresh Vine Ripe
in Aiken, S. C., for two weeks. at the .
73 Lb
Little Miss Leslie Beam, small] TOMATOES 15C
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ua
Beam, had her tonsils removed in .
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack-

a sonville. Marguerite recently.Mrs. Ryan and her BOTTOM DOLLARFRIDAY J I E Lb10lh

father, Jim Goodson of Hillcrest, BANANAS 10C
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I were pleased to have a long-dis-

about, this question tance call from Mrs.: Goodson who

Miami underwent major Mrs. surgery Goodson has in DEC. 16 FROM 1:00 TO 5 P.M.\3L1J.301i 46-oz 9 I
The most important auto in- recently. -- : 2SC Bag
much that she was
surance to have is ''liability improved SO POTATOES 29C
able to leave the hospital and
to cover an award of $5OOQ.
stay with her son, Bert T. Good- I
$20,000, even $50,000, in caseI son, of Opalaka. She, as well as rr'r; J
injure or kill someone. But her daughter and husband, hopes

what about personal injury tomyself that she will be able to come : FAVORS J Ann Page RichCREAMY
or passengers? Would home for Christmas.Mrs. .
'medical payments' insurancerover Marguerite Ryan has re .;
medical, 'hospital, or ceived a letter from her other MAYONNAISE QtJar
funeral expenses and cost only brother, George Raymond Good- 49CA&P
ibout $101Charley I Den-mark. -
He says he hopes to be

E. Jobs "with home him for his Christmas new ,bride and whomhe bring *

married overseas.

& Son AgencyPhone her Miss brother Martha, Buzzy Ann, and Livingston her mother -, We always have the SWEET No. 3 Con
Mrs. Elmer Livingston, were 19Ci I

13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Christmas shopping in Gaines-

ville on Saturday. Largest Selection In Starke
Trail Ridge Club I 9
Plans Christmas Party
Saturday afternoon at 1 p. m. Lowest Prices In Starke i Campfire
the Enlisted Men's Club at Camp a '

gB Blanding will be the scene of a Courteous Service At All times 70-oz
Christmas Party given by the 0 MARSHMALLOWS 2 For35C
Trail Ridge Social Club of Hum-
r ri phreys Gold Corp. for all the
children of DuPont and Hum-
phreys employees. All the children AND-
are looking forward to Saturday A&P

J afternoon, it would be safe

I to say! Satisfaction Guaranteed at all times No. 303 Con For

t Catechism Christmas' Pageant Class plans REGARDLESS of TOM A TOES 2 23C"ALL"

i Sunday afternoon at 2:30: the our
I children of St. William's catechism _
I I classes wil give a Christmas Detergent A&P

Pageant, under the direction of LIMA BEANS
24-ozpkg. 39c
the Sisiters who come from !!
,1' a no 303 can 2 for 33c
Gainesville to teach them each _-- Ill' CUT RITEWAXED
week. All interested parents and g r rI Jane = NBC.
"' _
.A- friends are invited to attend. It PAPER
9 I",. \ will be held in the RecreationHall. Parker 125' roll 25c WAFERS

.v II WE GIFT WRAP Any Item Purchased Here FREE Luscious 7-oz .25c

i tiMit currency iiOil Remove coins ltd SHORTENINGDEXO
N. B. C.
wnvent opal bills from ttit -;= ,
oinntf. lams pocket RITZ CRACKERS

Now Open 3-lb can 69c Mb 31c

TREND SMITTY'SBARBER Fresh Cut Canadian Spruce Green

A touch of smart fashion and a lot SHOPCourt CHRISTMA S TREES
of practical sense. Coins and bills

,conveniently removed from outer ; Street Opposite _

pocket photos.Beautiful Wings jeweled for passes and Court I House PIE S From $| .19 Up To $6.50

tab closure. ${)0u) YOUR PATRONAGE !

150 West I f
Florida 8-inch 39C e
D. H. Call! St. Size
W .YY LeuN 111 UDe
and Gift Shop I
Owner & Operator 412 Call St.
Phone 265 Starke Fla. ._ 1 . _
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r Aliese LawsonIs Alice Ann \Villiams And Jas. L. Jones III Elementary PTA I JMamie L. Henry

Complimented Exchange Vows In Riverside Park Church Sees Christmas I Weds Gene NormanS Hold PresbyterianVomen Meeting

At Lovely Shower ,,. Pageant Tuesday S
'i'' -- I \Vith Mrs. Andrews '
: .
"" .'
'tj. .
and white color motif ; .. ; I
.A pink ; ;"f .' The Starke I
: Elementary school
was achieved in the party decora- ,.: ,>, ': < .- 1 ,.'. ,;. ; 1 PTA met Tuesday night in the The Presbyterian Women of the
'" : ,.
tions for the lovely bridal shower ..;: ( 4 .. ,:. '. ';; ".',: "i I Cafetorium for the monthly meet- Church met at the home of Mrs

Gladys Jlooty given Thursday evening. Dec. 8, ..:'ti.lP-- .',.:..,.-t:" _,.l-q,:.*,:.', .. '' 'ing and Christmas program with Guy Andrews Tuesday evening for
at.the Parish house on Church ; their annual Christmas party.
90 .
Phone 35 approximately present.'MiJ.
street honoring :Miss Aliese Law- vi/Jj i' i ,' ', :-:' 'r "" i 1 Artistic Yuletide decorations,

-- 4--S-rr S I r=5S==SSSSS=_tSSSJSSSSS son, bride-elect.. Hostesses for the { ;' :i : Wainwright, presi- highlighted points of interest in
; : y dent, conducted the (
affair Mrs. D. R. Devrick, the home.
were : The refreshment table
Alice Louise Lawson Weds T. B. Harding Jr. Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. Adolph ; ::: '. a1p, ; YJ: Rev.tional.S. E.Mrs.Sparks gave the devo -. vas covered with a red linen cloth
In Baptist Church Nuptials Saturday Night Gay, :Mrs. R. O. Dansby, Mrs. J E. : room won 'i\- with a glitter runner down the
,,' : "\ the attendance prize.A .
Hfldebran, Mrs. Freeman Register \ :t, <1 center. Centering the table was a

-- Jr., Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs. '.' :.:., Christmas pageant entitled L lovely arrangement of pyracantHa

E Lacy B. Silcox, Mrs: E. D. Tenly, "Christmas Everywhere" was presented I led berries and pine sprigs.

Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Mrs'O. L. Lin- ';'j- by the pupils from the fifth k During the evening games were
-C' grades directed by their teachers. 1T
sin, Mrs. H. C. Bollinger, and Mrs. : ,:.4 played. directed by Mrs. David
Cleo Andrews, Mrs. Lucile
L N. Pickering.Mrs. > <.: Montgomery, and carols were
Brown, Mrs. Eunice Searing and
Gay received the guests at ." .',.. I Mrs. Ethel SewelL They were assisted i,sung.! Miss Louise Stern presidedat
the punch table and Mrs.V., T
the door and presented them to :' ? by the Junior Chorus under
/Jackson attired in a red dress
the receiving line composed of -. the direction of Mrs. Vivienne (
Mrs. J. T. Lawson, mother of the .,:', Knight. j i played the part of Mrs. Sanu

3ride-elect; Miss Lawson, the hon-I .:{ Claus in passing out the gifts.

,' ti.. I Following adjournment, refreshments Thirty members and guests attended -
oree; Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. R. ,
: were served by Mrs. Sarah
O. Dansby, Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, this delightful affair.
I Hunter and Mrs. Chessie Devrick.
and Mrs. Freeman Register Jr. The
Mr. and Mrs. James O McDanliel -
receiving line stood in front of the I I
I of Starke a daughter, Shell J
mantel which held beautiful Guardsmen Treat
a fan-
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Diane
Henry an- | Dec. 9. ,
shaped arrangement of pink gladioli "\Vives And Dates nounce the marriage of their I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Mas-
: and white chrysanthemums. A daughter, Mamie Louise, to Gene ,sey of Lawtey, a daughter. Penelope
ts >: : miniature bride and stood To Yule
groom / Norman '
.oi of Jacksonville, son of Jean Dec. 9.
; ,.. I in front of a branched candelabrum Mrs.
Maude Norman Mr.
I of Starke. and Mrs. Henry Kicklightei
holding burning pink tapers, The local National Guard unit.
I : The ceremony took place Saturday of Starke a son, Donald Earl, Dt.
.. at one end of the mantel. I Co. C, 748th Armd. Ord. Bn., held
i 10, at Folkston, Ga.

4'.. ..... [ : The tea table, overlaid with an its annual Christmas dinner and The bride and both attended 11.Mr.. and Mrs. James Lee of Lakt
.. .party at the Enlisted Men's Club, groom -
.t". \ imported cutwork cloth, held a /( Bradford High School. The Butler, a daughter, Minnie Ruth,
centerpiece of pink gladioli and Camp Blanding, Monday night.
Dec. 11.
<: I i Dec. 12.The young couple will reside in Jacksonville -
... ..J white chrysanthemums in a low c2 where Mr. Norman is em- I Mr. and-Mrs. Dennis W. Gnt'jfis -

", silver bowl. The arrangement was -- Guardsmen met at the armory ,ployed with Central Truck Lines. of Starke, a daughter, Robin

flanked by silver candelabra with ,1ww ; at 7 o'clock where a short in- Jeanette, Dec. 12.

burning pink tapers at the base of : I struction' period was held anc! gifts I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rhodenof

: which were white camellias in : were exchanged between membersof Legion FamiliesTo Raiford, a daughter, Nora Jean.

4 i.a\ white satin covered holders. Mrs. : the unit. Most of the gifts Enjoy InformalGetTogethers Dec. 13. '

Devrick and Mrs. Raymond presided were a bit unusual and humorous Mr. and Mrs. Eddie T. Jacksonof

at the silver coffee services. with a good .number of members Starke, a daughter, Diana Lynn
receiving gifts that caused them
Miss Joan Furlong provided soft _- Dec. 13.
selections to be the brunt of some joke. Members of American Legion
during party Mr. and Mrs. Ivory E. Luke of

hours 7:30 to 9 o'clock. I After exchanging gifts the Post 56 and'its Auxiliary are plan- Starke, a son, Ivory Earcell LukeJr.

-J The hostesses presented the Guardsmen, with their wives and':ning a family party Saturday ., born Dec. 13.

*. : ; honoree with the platter of her I dates went to the club, wher, a night in the Legion home.

_1 chosen china pattern as a memento The Riverside Park Methodist i|church on the arm of her father, chicken dinner was served. Lt.I / Post Commander L. H. Gibson

of the occasion. 'Church in Jacksonville was the I chose for her wedding a frosty I Billy Dansby served as master of stated that members of the Legion The First Methodist MVTICK Church buii'1-

1I Two hundred guests were in- setting of a beautiful wedding tvhite gown of imported chantilly ceremonies, and Cpl. Earl Norman and their families are invited ing and land in Hampton (no fUrl
I lace satin. The delic- offered the invocation. to attend this informal I innings) are offered for sale Seal
\ vited to this delightful affair. ceremony performed Thursday I poised over ; get-to ed bids will be received from Sunday -

I I evening, Dec. 1, at 8 o'clock when .ately molded bodice featurd a After the dinner there was group gether any time from 8:30 p.m. on. I I Dec. 11, to Wednesday, Jan

LI Rehearsal Dinner 'Miss Alice Ann Williams exchanged scalloped portrait neckline studded singing of Christmas carols, skits Party and parlor games are .11, at rigrLt 2 p.m.to reject The any board and all reservcthe bid.I .--,

nuptial vows with James Lewis with iridescent pailettes in a floral by members of the unit and their planned, with a door prize being I, Bids will be opened at 3 p.m. at nn
.. home. Submit bids
For Harding-Lawson Jones m. Officiating at the nup- 'design. The waistline dipped guests hill-billy music and singing ,offered. A television has been in- I.,. Y. klaxon Chairman me

,i iA tials was Dr. John H. Hanger. The gracefully into the voluminousfloor and an old-fashioned square stalled so that those desiring to Board of Trustees
First Methodist Church
Wedding PartyThe bride is the daughter of :Mr. and length skirt which swept dance. Miss Sylvia Paulk, one of watch their favorite Saturday Hampton Fla.

Mrs. Clarence Roland Williams Sr. lavishly into a wide chancel trainof .the guests, took part in the pro- night programs may see them in 12/18 Lex Green home N. ,
on Wale''of 1105 W. Madison St., Starke, satin crowned with tiers of""gram by singing several numbers the Legion recreation hall. i
nut street
was the setting and the bridegroom is the son ot scalloped lace ruffles. The bride's 'accompanied at the piano by Mrs. A party will be held this Satur-

lovely rehearsal dinner party last I Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis JonesJr. finger tip veil of shherest illusionwas Drew Reddish. day night and also on ChristmasEve. : ;

Friday evening honoring Miss Ali- Pensacola.As These parties being a
of attached to a tiara of pearls. Lt. Col. Robert V. Link of Jack- are given lJibt1k
Lawson and Tom Jr. I
se Harding the Her of in lieu of the usual Christmas
wedding guests assem- only piece jewelry was a
; I sonville, Battalion Commander,
whose wedding was an event of
The I bled, a program of nuptial music string of pearls which was a gift was a guest on this occasion.The dinner partv. In addition to tt
Saturday evening. party
I was offered by the organist, Mar- from the bridegroom. Her cres- games, there will be singing and
hostesses were Mrs. F. B. Beard I unit will not drill during the
shall Pierson and the soloist, Mrs. cent shaped bouquet of white roses, other activities.
Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., Mrs. L. D. I holiday season. The next regulardrill
Gibson stated that those
John Dinsmore. The traditional blue tuberoses and white satin desiringto
Haines, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. will be held Jan. 9.
wedding marches were used during leaves was centered with a single. bring toys may leave them at I
Jesse Newsome, Mrs. Garl Mathews the ceremony.The white orchid. I the Legion home and they will be .:Rulfi IDENTIfIER

lovely 8 o'clock candlelight was surrounded with bouquets .of I and Mrs. Green. church was beautifully decorated Mrs. Williams chose for her Miss Peeler Honored distributed to veterans who are in

ceremony Saturday evening in the net and pompoms. It was flanked I The Green home was beautiful out with palm branches and daughter's wedding a gown of pale ,At Shower Here hospitals as has been the customin I'I

First Baptist Church united in:![on either side by three-branched ,with arrangements carrying I rows of candelabra entwined with I green taffeta. The bodice featureda the past.
the gold and pink color motif. The 'I
marriag Miss Alice Louise Law-,I silver candelabra with burning I buffet dining table was lovely witha I greenery and holding lighted blue II scalloped neckline outlined with I Miss Patricia Peeler of Fernan- '

son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. white tapers. A rosette of net with white satin cloth edged in lace i tapers sprayed with diamond glit- pearls and steel cut beads. She dma Beach was honored Saturday

James Thomas Lawson, and Air,tuberoses,was tied at the base,of ter. Placed throughout the church wore an orchid corsage. Mrs.Jones,?:evening at a bridal shower given
''' and centered with a pink satin
man 1-c Thomas B. Harding Jr.,[each. wer large floor baskets of blue I mother of the bridegroom, selected -:''by Mrs. Wayne Do glas of Jack-
miniature Christmas tree. Around $500
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.:j The two punch tables were over- the tree were gilded magnolia chrysanthemums, gladioli and foli for the occasion a lovely floor sonville, Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. of pluitii

Harding. Officiating at the laid with imported cutwork cloths leaves, and gold dirylite candela- age. The family pews were marked -!length gown of rose chromespun I New River, and Mrs. Charlie Cow-

double-ring marital ,service was'and centered with crystal punch with lighted tapers. i taffeta. Completfng her outfit was
bra, holding burning tall pink tap- I ,,ten, at the home of the latter at
the Rev. Lewis D. Haines. I bowls around which were sprays I Miss Pamela Evans Duke was an orchid corsage. 1025 W. Madison street. Miss
ers, balanced the arrangement. A
The wedding party stood In front!!of greenery interspersed with II I silver lazy susan at one end of the chosen by the 'bride to .serve as I I Reception Is Given "Peeler will become the bride of

of a background of palms and a I white pompoms. The.bride's book table held hot dishes and a turkey maid of honor in the wedding. She I I The Garden Center, RiversideAv. Samuel Renfroe, son of Mr. and

myriads of lighted white tapers in;table held a candelabrum decorated -en a silver platter was placed at wore a becoming gown of royal I: ., was the setting for the wedging Mrs. L. L. Renfroe of Starke, on Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Valinski of permanent Kf istritiMifumtkns.. remcsbs pm, we.There's 'bi.q. /

branched candelabra. At the cen- with a rosette of net with tube- the other end. Tables for four I blue iridescent taffeta fashioned I reception which followed the I Sunday afternoon in the Baptist Starke, a daughter, born Dec. 14, -

ter back was a cascade o{ white roses. were placed in the living room, with a strapless bodice outlined ceremony. Large floor baskets of Church at Fernandina Beach. :in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs.

gladioli and pompoms. On either I Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and Mrs. L. with folds of the material and covered blue chrysanthemums, gladioli and Valinski is the former Barbara ample room for important.
I where the guests dined, and each | Christmas decorations were used
side were hugh floor baskets of with a circular fischu stole. foliage were used in decorating for Cameron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
}N. Pickering greeted the guests at table was centered with a burn- I to advantage in the Cowen home cards, passes, and photos... '
white gladioli, large white mums The voluminous floor length skirt the affair. The mantel held a H. E. Tucker. .
the door and presented them to I ing pink taper decorated with for the occasion. The buffet in
A of was crowned with folds of taffetain floral of blue chrysanthemums extra and
and pompoms. program nup- pink and gold satin nosegays. I arrangement the dining room held a central ever-present car
Mrs. the receiving line composed of effect and to and white Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr.
tial music was rendered by an apron caught gladioli. of
I I The dinner was held followingthe spray of yellow chrysanthemums.The
L. A. Canova at the organ, and I Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Harding, the wedding rehearsal of the honored the waist in pleats under which The bride's table was overlaid withan refreshment table, overlaid Atlanta, a son, Thomas Howell III, house key holdets..secret

Randal soloist who I II the skirt out in fan fash- lace cloth and held born Dee. 4, at the Griffin
Mrs. Chitty, bride and groom, and Miss Patty couple. The 30 guests included spread a imported a with a beautiful lace cloth, was Hospital spare currency pocket...and.-} I
"Because" and ion train. She tiered cake adorned with Griffin Ga.
chapel white wedding ,
sang "Always", wore Icentered
Lawson. Mrs. Garl Mathews in- members of the wedding party, with a crystal punch
velvet bandeau studded with orchids. the cake permanent registration against
"Wedding Prayer" pearls Flanking were -
I vited the to the refresh- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson, Mr. I bowl, around which fern was interspersed -
:Miss Patty Lawson, sister of the guests and carried a white fur muff lighted tapers in branched silver Doctors Hospital announces the
and Mrs. T. B. Harding Sr., and with chrysanthemums. loss. Only in billfolds by Rolfs .
ment tables. Mrs. Ewell Lawson
adorned with blue candelabra. following births:
chrysanthemums -
bride, served as maid of honor and out-of-town guests. I Flanking the arrangement were
cnly attendant She wu lovely into runt of the bride cut the wedding I and silver leaves. After'spending some time with I three-branched- silver- candelabrawith Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hardy of do you get this protection.

The bridesmaids! Miss Diane their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jones Starke, a son, Emory Duane, Dec.
floor length gown of pink satin cake and Miss Alice June Harding j! burning white tapers. NAME IN GOLD FREE
The( Holiday House Tour Heaney of Jaoksonville, Mrs. John left for a wedding trip to St. Simons -I 11.. .
woven with silver thread. of Atlanta, sister of the groom, Mrs. Cowen presided at the
George Matter, sister of the bride- Island, Ga. They are now residing Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Urquhart,
long torso featured a large pink kept the bride's book. Set For Thursday punch bowl and Mrs. Douglas and
of West Palm Beach Mrs. at 612 St. of Starke, daughter BULLINGTONStudio
groom, Epperson a Terry Sue
bow in the back, lined with pink I Assisting in serving were Mrs. I Mrs. Johns served deported cakes

taffeta which fell in graceful foldsto Paul Raymond, Mrs. Guy Sale, I The Holiday House Tour, one Kenneth Joseph Farrow and Mrs. I Mrs. Jones graduated from Rob- and ice cream snowballs. Dec. 12.Starke.
John Leonard of Jackson- ert E. Lee School, attended and Gift
of the holiday Avery High Shop
nearly the dress length. A pink Mrs. J. M. Vickers, Mrs.Nat Dan- of the highlights
net stolle and lace mils completedthe i kel Mrs. Herbert Bollinger, Mrs.F. I season will be held next Thursday ville, wore gowns and headpieces Florida State University and grad- Games were played during the Maternity Hospital an- I Phone 265 Starke, Fla.
( levening Dec. 22 starting at 7 identical to that of the honor attendant -,uated from the University of Flor- evening and prizes were awardedto ,nounces the following births:
costume. She carried a round B. Beard, Mrs. Adolph Gay, ,
and carried similar'ida where she received her BA Mrs. Peeler, mother of the
bouquet of pink carnations backed Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. Denver Dev- o'clock. Guests will meet at the they I d. .
flowers. in Sociology. She was a memberof bride, and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. j t
with thickly ruffled pink net and rick. Mrs. R. O. Dansby Mrs. Ed Parish House on Church street
Serving as best man for the Kappa Delta sorority. The The out-of-town guests were
where refreshments be served
handmade silver leaves. Her head.JHildebran, Mrs. Freeman RegisterJr.

piece matched her bouquet. | Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Mrs. H. A. by members of the Garden Club. Iridegroom was his father, and the bridegroom graduated from high i Mrs. Peeler and Mrs. Robert l .
ushers included John George Mat- school in West Point, Miss. He at- Faulkner of Jacksonville, Mrs. J.
The conducted tour will follow. (
T. B. Harding served his son as Lawson, and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. :;
ter, George Matter Jr. of West tended the University of Missouri 'C. Yarbrough of Lake Butler, and\ ,
not tickets in
best man and the ushers were Also assisting in serving were Anyone receiving -(
Palm Beach, Charles Merville I and graduated from the University Mrs. S. P. Yarbrough of Raiford. ;
Kenneth. Grider Randal Chitty, Misses Pauline Gay Helen Haines,I advance may purchase them for I r
Michael Pickering and Charles Joanne Lee, Clair Jean Mundy, 25 cents at the door. Open for Thompson of Lorraine, Ohio, Row of Florida, where he received his \, The hostesses presented the '

Lawson. and Lu Green. Miss Joan Furlong the tour will be the homes of Mrs.!West, Jack Lewis of St. Peters- BA in history. He is presently bride-to-be with a dinner plate in b ? Give Your : )k' I

Smith Mrs. Lex Green, burg, and Clarence Roland Williams enrolled in graduate school at the her chosen china pattern as a r ;::
.played soft piano selections during -Hogan .
The bride who was given inznrrlage
;I Mrs. Charley Johns, Mrs. Jim Jr., brother of the bride of University of Florida and is a \memento to the occasion. '
by her father was attirH the reception. I Home Handyman i'i'a
in a formal wedding gown fashioned -I I After spending some time with Ritch, Mrs. Russell Norman, Mrs. I Jacksonville.The member of Alpha Tau Omega fra- Thirty guests were invited to
bride who entered the
ternity. this delightful affair. _
M. F. Hazen Mrs. Paul Bridges, _
of lustre satin and chantillylace. their guests, the young couple left (

The molded bodice of lace> on a short wedding trip to South Mrs. Marian Howe, and Mrs. Edward *'Beta Sigma Phi I UDC Meeting Held Gift he can use. .

\\as designed with a tiny collar at, ''Florida. The bride chose for traveling Burns. Baptist Circles .

the neckline and long sleeves which;, a green wool suit complimented The Garden Club sponsored Gift Has Steak Supper At Pearce HomeThe Hold '
will close out its merchandise "Meetings &'U'LOV'A
terminated into points over the with a white satin hat and Shop :

wrists. The voluminous skirt of blouse and white gloves. With this, this Saturday and anyone desiring At Officers ClubThe W. T. Week's chapter, U. The Annie Armstrong and Doris

satin was trimmed with a wide 1'she wore a white orchid corsage. to purchase wreaths, sprays D. C. met Wednesday afternon,
Officers Club at Camp Knight Circles of the First Bap-
I' and other Christmas decorationsmay ..
band of chantilly lace and swept [,Upon their return to Starke they I Dec. 7, at the home'6f Mrs. Bertha -
the setting last Sat
will reside in the Beard apartment do so in the shop in the former Blanding was tist WMU met Jointly at the .
into a cathedral train. Her inger- urday night when Beta Sigma Phi ,Pearce with Mrs..E. K. Ferryman
''' Central Fla. Gas Co. store on
on W. Washington streetThe church Monday night. After the
tip veil of sheerest illusion was at- [ husbands and .
members, their .
W. Call Street. Any merchandisethat as cohostess.Mrs.
tached to a tiara of seed pearls :I bride is a graduate of Bradford dates welcomed the approaching devotional and a Christmas story
is left over will be handledby O. I.. Sr.
iads. Her High School class of 53 and Haynes president
and iridescent only
Mrs. Marian Howe at the Christmas season with a delicious by Mrs. Paul Raymond, the mem- w44 \
is now employed in the office of presided over the meeting. Mrs.
two-strand pearl
was steak served by candle- \bers & t.
Chamber of Commerce office. supper enjoyed a social hour. Re-
Hercules Powder Co.
necklace of the She [ Mattie historian
a gift groom. light. Gahagan, gave an
Bible { The groom is also a graduate of Space for the shop was providedthe freshments were served by Mrs.J. .
carried small white on
a club, free of charge, by Lex The Yuletide motif was carriedout interesting article on the South at
white Bradford School class of 51. SHOCK
which was placed a orchid High during R. Kelly and Mrs. J. B. Dick.
Christmas time before and
Green. by the use of greenery, sprigsof RESisyANTIMAGNETIC
He attended the of
tube- University The Annie Circle
with a shower of fragrant Armstrong ,
the war between the states.
holly, and tall red candles
roses. Florida for one year and then enlisted adopted an orphan at the Baptist

Mrs. Lawson chose for her in the Air Force and was \Vesleyan GuildThe candelabra, placed at vantage The hostesses served a dessert Home in Lakeland and will furnish
points on tables and at intervals course to the 13 present duringthe '
stationed in Scotland for this
child with his
daughter's wedding a gown of lavender a year. needs. A sun-
taffeta with a lace bodice He is now home on 30 days leave Wesleyan Service Guild met .throughout the dining room and' social hour. shine box was prepared for mail- I

complimentd with a purple orchid. ,from his station in Tripoli, Libya, at the home of Mrs. Claude Johnsat club lounge. A large snowman ing to a tubercular patient at Or- "
North Africa where 11 the State Farm Tuesday eve- 'was featured on one of the tables. BULOYA 23"
Mrs. Harding mother of the he has 4-H Club MetThe lando.
After dinner, each member of t '- timed to six precUM
groom was gowned in blue lace more months to sen'e.Among ning. The meeting opened with 'I' adjustments,

over taffeta with a taffeta bolero.1 I the out-of-town guests prayer and devotional by Mrs. C. the sorority exchanged gifts with Starke seventh and eighth The Ethel Biggs Circle met at raised gold numerals

She wore a purple orchid corsage. 'were Miss Alice June Harding of I I S. Partin. Miss Madge Middletonhad her Secret Sister. Amusing toys grade 4-H Club held its regular the church Monday night. After $5950
novelties in Christmas
Immediately) following the cere- Atlanta, Miss Louise Hood of I charge of the program, which and gay |monthly meeting Dec 2 at 2I the business session, conducted by (also avalla&le wild I
for the
mony a reception was held in the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Mike:was presented against a back-('wrappings were provided I o'clock at the school with the president Mrs. A. R. Norman, leader, Mrs. charcoal Hi'1; I
church educational building. Palms Pickering of Gainesville, and Mr. ground of Christmas carols played men. Hilma Tanner, presiding. },". D. Key gave an interesting

and floor baskets of white gladioli, and :Mrs. Joe Jordan of Palatka. softly on the record player. After Dancing was enjoyed during the I Songs were led by Hilma Tanner I talk on prayer. The meeting was 1' : I

liEns and pompoms formed the the meeting, the hostesses, Mrs. ,remainder of the evening in the and Margaret Phillips. Miss itdjournedith prayer by Mrs. W. -

background for the affair. The BP\V Yule PartyThe Johns and Mrs. Erwin, served re{i club lounge. Dorothy Ross passed out the Child ,B. Mnndy and the hostesses, Mrs. Convenient CREDIT TERMSROBERTS

bride's table was' covered with a freshments. Care Record books and the group Max Furlong and Mrs. Edna Hut-

white satin cloth edged with lace.. annual Christmas party of :Legion AuxiliaryThe i discussed them. The cooking records -i chison, served refreshments.All .

On the center front was a huge the Starke BPW will be:: held Monday LittleVomen Dance were also given out. I I JEWELRY

bow of white satin and net with a night, Dec. 19 at 7:30: o'clock American Legion AuxiliaryPost The newly elected officers are: day circles of the WMU

cascade of white pompoms and at the home of Mrs. Marian Howe.I The Little Women's Club will No. 56 will meet Monday Hilma Tanner president; Carol will meet at the church next

tuberoses. Centering the table Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Pauline have its annual Christmas formal Dee. 19 at 7:30 p.m.1n the Legion Tempfe and Linda Smith, song i Tuesday at 3 pjn. for their regular 142 Call St. Starke Fla.

was a miniature bride and groom. 'Torode, Mrs. Robert Green, and dance at the club Saturdayeve- Hall for'their' regular monthly leaders; Mary Kathrine Wainwright -monthly programs.

The cake resting on a reflector,'Mrs.' Ernest Phillips. ning from 8 to 11:30 o'clock. "'meeting: reporter. I I



., ... r I Miss Voncil Clardy of Zephyr- I ---... against you in the above named 1 proval of same and for final -Esther L. Hicks Guardian of

jhills is spending the holidays with Court and to cause and you are required 'charge as guardian of the dlS-1 the estate of ::;Samuel HukIntompetent I
serve a copy of your an- Samuel A. Hicks, non compos: .
ter sister, Mrs. Sarah Hunter and 'iwer the or Plaintiff pleading: Attorney to the complainton Dated this 9th day. of Dec., 1'16 4t I -

family.Mr. Louis T. Ransom 316 Professional I
and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Funding, Jacksonville 2, Fla.,
and file the original in the office of
family were visiting Mrs. Charles the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Hardy Sr. Jn Gainesville Sunday .before the
I 16 day of January, 1956;
For A
afternoon. Just to show otherwise! the allegations of said Happier
goes you, by being and Francis
THE NEWS Shealey, Charles and
Miss Della Rosenberg and Mrs. :'Complaint will be taken as confessed
real i
week and re- Juanita Dinkins, and Maxie Car- by you.
,Nate Dyal attended the BPW (viving this column, Santa didn'tforget I i This notice shall be published More CheerfulCHRISTMAS
Jr. with
- -
r v r 6 .1.1I Christmas in : nary a deer once each week for four consecutive
party Macclenny me he even let nw I between them all they killed weeks in the Bradford County Tile-
Misses Etta and Louise Fripp of Mrs. Lucile Dunn of Hawthorne I Tuesday evening. ride in his parade last Saturday graph. !
I j jI was time! Dated this 9 day of December.
Columbia, S. C. will spend the and Mrs. Myra Foy of Lake City P. C. Peacock of Brooksvillewas morning before a record turnout The fourth 1955.
weekend with their sister Mrs.[were guests the first of the week a guest Friday of Mr. and I ... think all of Bradford graders of the 1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Methodist Jr. Dept. met at the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I* G. Powell, and Mr. Powell They,of Dr. M. B. Herlong" Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. D. Green.A I(County was in town that frosty home of Norma Dean Thompson, By Marian 1... Crosby, Deputy Clerk
will leave on Monday to go to Frank: Herlong and Mrs Carrie family get-together was held morning to see Santa embark 12,16 4t 1/6'
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. teacher, last Saturday afternoonfor Give
Miami and Nassau and will be Adams. ParrakeetsYou
from No. 9 SAL, and the Mayor NOTICI TO APPEAR
Parefoot Monday in celebration a weiner roast party and to ft Circuit
accompanied by Mrs. Mattie Ga- evening Rradford COUDt,.
Mrs. Bill Jackson
J. C. Hobbs and son, was on handto Florida In
of Mrs. L. J. Green's birth- make Christmas presents for their Chaarrrr.
will return the end I I Harold
hagan. They Richard, spent the weekend visit- day anniversary. shake hand with him as he parents 14 girls and boys Charlotte F 3.Thompson, Plaintiff, vs.
of the week and will spend the relatives in Tallahassee and|, got off the train Santa's : Thompson Defendant.
ling I I enjoyed the outing hope Case No. 10-1327
Mrs. Anna Krause and son Ho- I Notice" To could search the whole world
holidays with the Powells. Bainbridge,.Ga. pretty helpers, Sylvia Paulk Appear I over and never
ward, of Hampton Junction'left Gloria Gibson is over the chicken To: Charlotte B. Thompson, whose
i [,Monday by plane for Phoenix, Judy hill Dankel and Glenda Under-out pox before Santa arrives I,residence ada Street" and Compton address, is California.: S154 Al- I find a more appropriate, more appreciated gift
were kept busy passing
Ariz. to spend the Christmas holi- little 4-year-old Tommy Ritch i You are hereby notified that a
candy to the youngsters following suit for divorce than our birds.
days with George Zangle, anotherson stole .rthe show at Furchgott'sstag ,I has been filed against yon in the They are easily trained full of
of Mrs. Krause's. Bob Mor- the parade, Santa, his night in Ja,( Wednesday .I above named Court and cause and
tHEAIRESTARKE helpers, and :Marion Howe were you are required to serve a copy of love and affection. Make wonderful pets. All in
of last week when he
gan, a nephew, will be in.charge of night was I your r' isuer or pleading- the com-
the business during Mrs. Krause's guests at luncheon at the Gold accompanied there by his dad I lalnt, ,on the Plaintiffs Attorney full plumage, in all colors Blues in all shades.
House, compliments of the man- Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida i
absense. being the youngest stag there Title Building, Jacksonville 2,
Dedicated To Community Service Mrs Roger P. Guissinger and agement. the models made a big fuss over Florida I Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellowfacedblues.
and file the original (In
According to the calendar, thisis the office of
"Movie* Are Better Than E\er" baby, Ann, of Baton Rouge, La. him and made him the center of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
will arrive this weekend to spend going to be a busy town from attraction or 16 before the All raised and acclimated to our Florida

It you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad the holidays with, her patents, Mr. now thru the holidays among Attending the Handel's Messiah otherwise day of the January allegations, 1956; of said climate. Hundreds to choose from.

cut ad cut and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mr. Guis the church goings-on we find that al; the U. of F. auditorium Tues- Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed -

I singer will join his family the latter the Episcopalians are having their day night were 44 members and This notice shall be published I
School Christmas party once each week for four
FRIDAY & SATURDAY part of the week. Sunday guests of the BHS Glee Club ,tive weeks in the Bradford consecu-
: e DEC. 16. 17 Mr. and :Mrs. R. J. Andrews and this.Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clockat who rode in the bus accompaniedby 1 I i Telegraph. County I Also Beautiful Selection Of
Dated this 12: Cages
the church the Baptists are day of December,
of Wesconnet Satur- JJ95S.
Double Featureyour family spent Boots Green and Mona Canova I
Ask at the Box Office about the
day with Mr. and :Mrs. R. O. Dans- having parties throughout also seen there were Inez OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
week for their individual groups; Clerk of the Circuit Court
Book of Happiness, the by.Miss Green and Archie, Sara Barefoot, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
HERBERT J.YA ITS r.... Wilma Alexander, Mrs.Ann the Catholic Sunday school groupis Jan Mundorff, Barbara Breazeale 12/16 4t 1/6

Ideal Christmas Gift for all ''Orl rll DIIT/J/JM Parker, and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan having their party this Sun- and Jack Abel <'NOTICE OF INTENTION- TO MIKE Tropical Fish Black Mollies
morning after Mass; thePresbyterians APPLICATION FOR FJN tI,
were in Jacksonville on businesslast In the Adkins wedding write-
nruil QUlrUl11 UiaJLUtceProbate :
members of the family. will have their
...... Friday up last week our society editoris In ( Law 1933)
Mrs. Robert Turner and childrenof Christmas program in the church Court Of The County Judge,
= ROD CAMEROON*JOAN IBUE sorry she left Mrs. Ruth Sib- Bradford County
ensue MCTBK I the State Farm and Mrs. Sam Sunday evening beginning at 7 ley of Starke and Mrs. Robert Mate of Florida, *

,I I Anderson were in Jacksonville o'clock, complete with Santa Cox of Hampton off the list of I I IN RE In THE Probate.ESTATE OF SAMUEL 't BILLY ROSEPARRAKEET

AND shopping last Thursday.Mr. Claus and a party; the Methodist those serving at the reception To A. HICKS, non compos mentis. S oas
and Mrs. M. J. Callavan of are having their Christmas Tree they presided at the punch bowl Notice Whom is hereby It May given Concern that Esther: i ESS

..... .' --..... Madison were Saturday guests of and youngsters' party Friday eve- glad we can correct this omission -I Samuel L. Hicks A., guardian of the estate of FARM

NORMAN WISDOM Mr. and Mrs. A. D. :Martin. ning, Dec. 23, at 7 o'clock in the Cleone Dowling reports 'as guardian Hicks of ,the filed estate final of report non I :
f' will have you rolling in the aislesin .. __>_.. n recreation building then thereis that she had some celebrity vis- I|non compos, compos mentis mentis Samuel A. )licks.
like these I : -..- -.. ,-'. the BHS band annual Christmas other I filed her petition for ; that she has
I scenes ---- itors on Tuesday none final discharge I Keystone Heights, Fla.
of a chicken that she will
consisting apply to the
party, Honorable
that Mr. and Mrs. Igor Sikorskyand 'I T. .4.. Yawn, County -
1 .. barbecue and hayride out at their son, Nicholas of Fair- 'Bradford County, Florida, on the of i
', near Gra- day of January, 1956,
the Tyler place is ap-
DAESTARKE field, Conn. :Mr. Sikorsky
........ .
night the --- -
t S' ...... P I ham this Friday a pioneer inventor of the helicopter "
FLA. will include M. C. Thompson -
party and
vouil H6wi as L.- and is often seen
YOUU ROAR U Norman cool off band master, and approximately I heard over radio and TV ,
Norm** lotn a hottemperedtots and I
members guests;
till ks-creamt I. Tuesday I 100 Mrs. Sikorsky and son roomed GIVE HIM A
Sunday Monday,
I and 1 the BPW Club i is having their I
with the Dowlingg 11 years ago t
I December 18 19, 20 I
at Marion Howe's I
Christmas party j
while her son, Nicholas, was stationed -j
t .- DOUBLE FEATURE I know that '
Monday .
Sw < at Camp Blanding
... ,, The t-.Arthur Raft Of *nlatta*' ,: 'I. Pearls of the isn't all of them, but it oughta their other son, George, is at-
presefth '
; >.tK< thru the
most of us busy PracticalGift
NORMAN : MARGARET1 South PacificWith tending the U. of F.
\ \ next week :. and if you aren'tbusy I to hear that Mrs.
Dennis evening, be
and next Thursday
T Mayo
I \ J' 'i,< < Virginia W. A. Bonham broke a finger
1 Morgan sure and join the Holiday House last Sunday evening when a car

[ IN STORE"YOO'U ANDBlackboard Tour put on by the Garden door closed on it congrats to
11 Normaa kickS .also jtantai MOIRA llSTER v DEREK BONO)tlAft Club Duane :McRae and Vernon Par-
spktskeels44oaRt3,.JEutWMOfC. lIUU11.UaElEASt. ,. JungleWith Coming in this weekend for the who went out and collected -
ilia'. 'UII.P :.r, ,', '_ ;' _. ": ." : : ,.pt with their respective menter
Ford holidays Saratoga 1
lilntt It aver| Glenn $13.34 in the

... Plus Color Cartoon for Children families we find: JoAnn Rowe Heights section during the Cere
:"'a: t' 7klfesla..... :. +-a;&jI---. ',., :' from the Univ. of Ga.; from the bral Palsy Telethon last Satur-

Wed. Thurs., Dec. 21, 22 U. of F. there will be Kathryn noted that the new. air-
.1w1Mr_W Aft OBhR IIIip PaM Ill"f'" '..It.W. hw{glib..tidal M Maw CMe t Martha Landrum, Nancy day is
Plus "p cos"Pest" Cartoon'and Chapter 7, Serial I DuPre, Jimmy Reddish Marion in the process of being installedin
SKABENGA Adel Scholl, Ann _
Harrington, Church .
Bun., 1fori.;,Tues. Wed. Thurs. the First Methodist
Friday j Booth Florence Brown, Brad
r IN COLOR See that Joan and Randal Chit-
.Dec. 18,19,20MNB Dec. 21* 22,,23 .I -AND- Locke, Al Harley Matilda Platt, ty moved into their newly pur- Arrow Shirts aaa Botany Ties a_ Interwoven Socks _. Buck-

t ) '. ,nGambler "*- Black WidowWith and.Steve Weldon; Agnes Lawson chased home at 472 W. Madison Skein Jackets -. Shoes -- Botany Pants .- Curl ee Suits
Sewell from
2a. from FSU; Virginia formerly .occupied by the A.

.tt.tllrf poaw.roe f,t i':, Ginger- Rogers, Van Helfin Fort Lauderdale! ; Marcus Brown B. Bakers,-who have moved to Hanes Underwear

knife-fighter Gene Tierney and George Raft from the Uni. of Miami Medical Jax Mr. and Mrs. Murrell

4 I j CINEMASCOPEPlus School; Barbara Corey from the House have moved to 746 N. I At Prices You Can Afford
he School,
fought Nurses Training
Cartoon for Children Charity Walnut St. Mr. and Mrs.
fiery battlefor New Orleans, and Radarman Ken-' James W. Johnson and familyof

Fri. Sat.. Dec. 23, 24 neth Tyus from ship USSNOA, Port St. Joe have rented one
freedom!i I" Va.Spotted .
N. Tem-
Martin cabins on
) DOUBLE in the Scrub at the ple Ave. The R. Clark Cros- Alvarez Store

The Veils of BagdadWith Noegel camp last weekend were bys of Graham have rented the

--A x COlOlbr DELUXE Victor Mature and Marl Billy and Elizabeth Noegel, Stan- Paul Knight bungalow on Laura
ClNEMAScoPelTUJOftIOHIC :* N WItiTIt ley and Jewell Noegel, Jack Tra- ,

.. L"w BlanchardIN Covington, Medford St.Orchids Established 1891F
k M *? IOUHO TECHNICOLOR wick, Doc to the J. H. Ritchs who

AND Miss Alice June Harding returned will celebrate their golden wed-
PlusPoop Goes The Weasel" evening, #tQ
Thurs- anniversary Tuesday
to her job in Atlanta on ding
Cartoon and Latest World New 1 1S1EMI A Bullet Is Waiting day after spending a week with Dec. 20, at the E. K. Perryman

IN TECHNICOLORWith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. home, where they exchanged wed- '

COMING SOON. RIYBEII li4ttMARIA AIBERCIffifl Jean Simmons, Rory Calhoun ;Harding.Mrs. ding vows in 1905 Jane Phil- L. 0 I4"IERS For Every Purpose
Plus "Double or Mutton" Cartoon Plus Serial "Ghost Riders" Chap- : Ethel Pickren.of Gaines- lips celebrated her 10th birthday
THE TENDER TRAP week with with party for a few ,
ind Latest World News ter 2 and Cartoon for childrenHAMPTON ville is spending this Dec. 7 a During The HolidaysYES
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman. friends, and on Dec 8 little Har-

I Mr, and Mrs. Cyril Pickren and ry Hatcher III, celebrated his 6th

c Mr. and Mrs. Aden Moon of Ocala birthday with a weiner roast at

: :..= were also Sunday guests of the his home at Camp Blanding for

Goodmans.f 20 guests his birthday cake Gay and beautiful ..
Paul Knight of New York City was a beautiful snow ball topped

f is visiting his mother, Mrs. D. E. with a miniature showman flowers can do more than any i

Knight and Mr. and Mrs. HollisV and on Saturday Virginia Darby
thing else to that
Knight.Mr. and Katie Wainwright celebrated e

and Mrs. T. A. Gentry have their birthdays twin sisters, spirit of Christmas cheer to

returned to their home in Sumter, you know 1

S. C. after a visit with Mr. and Among those changing their the home during the holidays. '

'Mrs J. L. Gentry. base of operations recently ia

Mrs. W. B. Parks left Thurs- Novis Ward, who is now secre- See our wonderful. assortment

for Atlanta to spend the Hatcher at
day tary to Maj. Camp
garden-fresh at all times. ,
A holidays with her son-in-law and Blanding Hear that Johnny

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Kopelousos, a junior at Emory, ;

With Each Black and family. recently pledged Sigma Chi j ; ; Mw.aci
FREE Pair Men's Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Barbara McComb has been 9 Y .k i

SHIRT I Dress Slacks' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ed social chairman of the U elect-// t .. 1

son-in-law and duaghter, Mr. and Chapter, Future Teachers

Mrs. Joe Jordan of Palatka leave America Hear that Ducky Flowers For Gifts E< rl. 1

today for Columbia, S. C. to at- and Leenie Linsin purchased a

Ladies Men's Children's tend the wedding o>. the Lawson'sson lovely home with oodles of front' 4 !

We Have Charles, to Miss Velma Tur- age on Lake Brooklyn and ex- PLANTED DISH GARDENSY

beville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. pect to move there next spring HAEGER POTTERYCUT

SLIPPER SOXChristmas Hymon Turbeville, of Fairmont, I Well, don't let the Christmas

N. C. The wedding will be an hustle bustle get you down FLOWERS of all kinds

SPECIALS event of Saturday afternoon, Dec. If we all live through it, I'll see

17, at 5:30 0'clock in the First you in the next .. CORSAGE;

Baptist Church, Columbia. The
Lawsons will return to Starke on ,
Reduced Sunday.Mr SEALED BIDS will be taken until in Pots '
In Ladies'From and Mrs. Dave Wescott of 9:30 A.M., January S, 1956, for furnishing -
to the Board of County Commissioners -
weekend of
will be guests
of Bradford County .
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns. Florida:
To coats of paint to
giving two
Rev W. S. McAliley, Guy An- k i
the outside of the Bradford Countv -
$2.98 To SUITSDRESSES drews, Lavon Andrews, and Ru- Health Unit situated at 329
North Cherry Street. It 'Will be
dolph Sink attended the winter necessary for the successful bidder WREATHS: Beautiful ornamental wreaths made to order for the door
rally of the Men of the Western to wash all woodwork patchall window _Also CEMETERY WREATHS for or
cracks, caulk all windows put- holiday remembrance .
District of Suwannee Presbytery ty all windows where necessary,
ChurchOn give two coats of a good standard
at Branford Presbyterian advertised paint to both the woodwork FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE
Sunday afternoon. Mr. An- and the blocks. This will AS GIFTS: What better way to re-

OPEN TIL 7 P.M. drews was chosen secretary of terials.include the furnishing of all ma- service member insuring that friend or loved one in a distant part than by using our wire

the; group at the meeting.Mr. The Board of County Commissioners flowers to arrive there, fresh and bright for Christmas
COATS reserves the right to reject any Absolutely no fuss or bother.
EACH EVENING v and Mrs. Parker Dampierand and all bids. Just phone your order to 218 and
children of Jacksonville spent Comes of this notice may be obtained we will do the rest. .
.. at the Clerk's office.
last Friday with Mr. and Mrs.R. BOARD OF COUNTY COifMTSSTOVKRS -


of Orlando
were guestsof Clerk of Said Countv.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns. 12/16 4t 1/6

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Tatum of
'!Jacksonville spent the weekend NOTICE TO APPE1R
DEPARTMENT n Circuit Court Bradford County COLONIAL
with Mr. Tat urn's sister, Mrs. Lu- FlnrldlU rimnrrry. FLORISTRUBY

:ile Davis. 9 Mary Charles F. L.Davis Davis.Defendant.Jr.. Plaintiff.

Case No. 10-1S24
ONE-FOR-ALL Ban Point Pen : Mary F. Davis:, whose resi- PHONE 218 402 Nona St.
dence and address is: 1204 White RONNIE MUNDORFF
Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Bradford Avenue. Memphis, Tennessee. Free Delivery Starke, Fla.
County Telegraph. You are hereby tiotlftwr char II
nit for divorce has been filed ..




Ito be at Sunday School Sunday,'Carter spent the day with Mr. and I cas visited with Mrs. Bell's mother, The Return To "Pompey's Head"Richard Hi-Way Chapel I undersigned Notice Is hereby under the given provisions that tn>>

and sincerely hope that she will lira. Louie Carter on Cay Hill Mrs. Onie Fraser, in Jacksonville Assembly of God Chapter 20,93, Law. of Florida
be well soon.Friends last Thursday. Saturday.Mr. 'Acts of 1941. will register with the
MAXVILLEBy Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Clerk of the Circuit Court in anu
of Mrs. Jim Godwin will Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Rushing and Mrs. Ralph Wilson and for Bradford County, State oi Plot
went to Mac-Mrs. Lorraine Mosley visited in Worship 11 a. m. Evening i<*4. upon receipt of proof of pub
regret to learn that she has been on a pleasure trip ...
Mrs. C. B. :iNolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA II Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. cat) ;! of this notice the fictitious
ill again with an attack of asthma. clenny last Tuesday. Maxville Saturday night. Woman's Missionary Council name of Colonial Florist unde
:which we are engaged in businesat :
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat were;I Friends of Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips meeting Wednesday 10 a, m. 506 Nona St.. Starke, Fla.
Jacksonville' former resident of Manville visited with Mrs. Phillips' parents, a 'f ig? Owners
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Coleman business visitors in Midweek preaching service : Ruby Johns 504 E Laura
regret to learn that she is !Mr. and Mrs. A. C Summer in iSt Starke. Fla.
spent Saturday in Jacksonvile. last Wednesday.Mr. I lwill Thursday, 7:30 p. m. I R. E. Mundorff E. Laura Sttarke.
to her bed with Starke last Wednesday afternoon. P G Fla.
confined high a
While there they bought the rug and Mrs. Leon Butler of( I
blood at her home on Christmas ProgramThe NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I Dated this 2nd day of Decemb
and chest for the Maxville Baptist Middleburg spent the day with( pressure \ REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME '','A P. 1S55. u Starke. Fla
Four Acre road just off Normandy 12: .' it 2
Maxville Baptist Church
Church Nursery.Mrs. },Ir. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbylast "I 1
Boulevard. Sunday School Classes will sponsor I
Lealer Harris and Mrs.! Thursday. \ I' I
Little David McClennaghan, son We are glad to see Ernest Well- a Christmas play and programat
Gladys Copeland and, daughters, I
and Janet visited-Mr. and I of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClennag,hausen out again after a few days' the church on ednesday night! II
Mrs. Sylvesta Mosley and familyin han, was rushed to St. Vincent's illness. I Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m. The publicis &fl\ ofS' I
Otis last Sunday. Hospital in Jacksonville last Fri- Mrs. Mae Higginbotham has cordially invited to attend. .
,day. We hope that he will soon been ill for several days. Stork :Shower a
Friends of Willie Harris.will regret I
to learn that he has been be well Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Mrs. Ann Mosley'entertained I
ill at his home here for Triple Birthday CelebratedI sons were business viSitors in Saturday night, Dec. 10, with a c + ., M
seriously the past two weeks. I I' A few friends gathered at the Jacksonville Saturday. I II I Stork shower honoring Mrs. x r
Waters entertainedlast home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Gnffis and Franklin Bell. Several games .N F
Mrs.Dorothy I A
Wednesday night with a birthday Nolan last Wednesday night Dec. daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Henry were played throughout the eve- EXPERIENCED I
her daughter, 7; to help Clifton, and his two Griffis and daughters were dinner ning and prizes were awarded to r
supper honoring sons, Billy and Bobby, celebrate I of :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mesdames Laverne Lucas, Jeanette 1 ii
Mrs. Bill Roberson on her birth I i guests ._ .,. WAITRESSES AND
.m." -- .n- -
\their birthdays, which all fall on Knight and family Sunday. BrQwn, Millie Wilkinson, Tru- =

day.We that Mrs.T.H. Ed- Dec 7. Hot dogs and cold drinks Friends of Mrs. Ernest Well- dy Crosby, and Edna Greene.I Egan, as a New York publisher's representative sent i

wards are was sorry still ill and not able were served at an early hour and hausen will regret to hear that After the games a basket decorated -I, South to unravel a mystery surrounding one of the world's great DISH WASHERSAPPLY
after the children played for awhile she is ill with a throat infection. gayly in blue and pink was authors, has found his man, but discovers that the solution isn't as I!

---- I the 4iered birthday I I :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and brought in filled with many useful -' simple as he had imagined. ''Thelew From Pompey's Head'' opens I e

cake was cut and served. family were business visitors in gifts for the honoree. Refresh- Sunday at the Florida Theatre.

Those enjoying this occasion Jacksonville, Saturday. )j i ments were served to the following j
I with the Nolans were, Patty Par Mrs. Lealer Harris and ).[rs. !who enjoyed this event with the', Drama Of South j world-tamous writer. The trip to
rish, Gloria Cannon, Jean Harris, Gladys Copeland were business hostess and the honoree: Mr. and [ Old Pompey, as the natives call GARDEN RESTAURANTTemple
!Alene Sweat, Helen Sweat, Jewel visitors in Jacksonville last Mon- Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. To Open Sunday 'it, takes On double conflict when

North, Mike Cannon, Nathan Can day and Wednesday. I jCscar I Wilkinson, Edna Greene, At Florida Theatre the man from New York falls in I Avenue
non, Sue Harris, Linda Waters, Little Ricky Harris was bittenin Mary Mosley, Laverne Lucas, love all over again with the girl I Or

Shirley Higginbotham, Jo Ann his mouth by his dog while they Trudy Crosby, Elsie Rhoden, L. E. "The View from Pompey's Ihe had left behind many years I
Parrish, B. F. Colrman, Jewel were playing last week but seems, Sculley, Florence Parrish, Frank- Head," a romantic drama with I before. GUIDON GRILLCall

Higginbotham, Grace Harris, Rex to be getting along tine; I lin Bell, Junior Mosley, and Rosalie overtones mystery and suspense,I In the key; roles are three of Street
Wilkinson, Ed Wilkinson, J. C. Bridal Shower HeldA Nolan. Several children were also Florida
arrives Sunday at the I the strongest new personalities in
Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat bridal shower held the present.
1 I was by Theatre for a three-day run. filmdom-Richard Egan as thepublisher's
and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish. ladies of the Maxville Baptist;School Program I
The cry of "fire" brings an The story takes a New York man, Dana Wynter aspublisher's
Mrs. Nolan was assisted in serve: Church at the church Friday night,:I The public is cordially invited emissary back to his the southern girl, and Cameronold

instant picture to your mind ing by Mrs. Sweat. Dec. 9, for Mr. and Mrs. Bill to attend a Christmas program to home town. Pompey Head, in Mitchell as the get-rich-quick boy ATTENTIONMembers I
Roberson, who were recently mar- be held at the Maxville Grammar 1 1
she crossed southern caste lines
C. unravel a
Mrs. Minnie Carter and J. the deep South to I
your own home going up School Friday night, Dec. 16, at surrounding a to marry. '
everything in it .' ried.After the bride and groom open- 7:30: p.m. Everyone will join in :strange situation of American Post 56
and /
flames .
in .
ed their many useful and attrac-j I singing Christmas Carols and I AteertUfmaa Veterans World War I and II, Korean ,

destroyed.If Wash Your Clothes tive gifts, refreshments of cake, ''thre will also be a few special
coffee and punch were served. features. Your Dues of $3 Payable Now
Rom where I Joe Marsh
that happens, Fire Insurance 9 Founds Those attending were, Mesdames The Willing Workers Club post- ,
For 40c! Ruby Durrance, Dora Dyal, Laura I poned their hay ride last Friday FOR 1956

provides the only certain Chilson, Trudy Crosby, Myrtle night because of the cold weather.We .
Mail dues to "Post
Coleman, Debbie Phillips and will g o as soon as the weather New Light Adjutant"Box
FREE Bleach If Desired!
indemnity you'll receive to Rosalie Nolan, Misses Jo Ann Par- warms up enough. 1190, Starke, Fla.

rebuild. Be sure OWe rish, Minnie Coleman, Merle Hig- Misses Jewel Higginbotham and on an Old Subject
help you ginbotham Evelyn Coleman and 4I'j;;
Will Minnie Coleman will be working OR GIVE TO:
insurance is adequate Linda Waters and Ed Waters, Ed- in town the Christmas
that your illumination than
Mr. Evans from the Lighting better a gang
win Chilson, Bobby Nolan, Roger'school holidays.Mr. Bill Graham or Ray Stone at Alvarez Store
Your Clothes .
in the light of today's Dry Waters, B. F. Coleman, and Ron- Company gave an interesting talk of juice-wasting overhead lamps.at Seeber Goodman Service StationS.
and Mrs. Schmels
nie Coleman. Lyle were the Community Hall last night From where I sit it's amazing
visitors in Maxville Sunday and G. Denmark or K. Grider at Denmark's
prices! For 20cIn Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wilkinson -on how farmers can cut electric how often we misuse the things

a._.. ....... New Automatic Driers! and children of St. Mary's, Ga. Baptist attended Church.services at the Maxville bills. For those who missed it, we have like electricity. We Walter Harry Muhlhofer Hatcher Keystone Heights
spent the weekend with Mr. Wil- here's a short recap. also make a mistake if we misuse Camp Blanding
dnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Florence Parrish has moved of choice- Al Crosby- Starke ArmoryDON'T
Don't try to light up the cobour 'right personal
. H.C. \Va11Aency Jack Wilkinson, Hill and'her home from out near the Yellow
on Clay webs in the rafters.Use a reflector about which candidate to vote for,
Water road to Maxville. WAIT ... DO IT NOW!
attended services at the Maxville
The Washeteria and a smaller bulb will probably say, or whether beer or coffee
Phone: 146 Baptist Church. The Maxville Home Demonstration do the job. Too many farm makes the ideal mealtime drink-
200 E. Call Street Jimmie Wilkinson and his friend, Club will hold its Christmas ers use naked bulbs that waste by trying to force our opinions on All men and women' who were in services during the

Starke Fla. temple Ave. 8i rkDon't I Miss Betty Prickett of Gainesville,.,meeting at the home of the presi 60% of the light others. Respect for the other fel following dates are eligible for membership. in the

Ga., visited with Mr. and Mrs.dent, Mrs. C. B. Nolan, on Tuesday moveable low's point of,view should be our"guiding American Legion:
:- Jack Wilkinson last weekend. Dec. 20, at two o'clock. The Try using projector *
: Mrs Daisy Padgett and daughter I demonstration will be on "Colorin bulbs that beam light the way a light 6 April 1917 through 11 Nov. 1918

Bonnie, visited in Starke Sat the Home." All members are searchlight: does. A couple of
urday and saw the !Santa Claus,,urged to attend and bring a friend these "spots"will often give you 9e %ctti 7 Dec. 1941 through 2 Sept. 1945

Parade. I with them. Also bring an inexpensive 25 June 1950
< through 27 July 1953 i
Miss Our
.- ... Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman gift to be exchanged atithe Copyright, 1955, United States Bremen Foundation
visited in Jacksonville Sunday af- meeting. .

ternoon. II.I Mr. and Mr Simeon PhIllips -... -...-,-... -... -... -... ........ ........ -.. _.. _u .. _.. .....
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbo-,were visitors .Palatka last Fri ;-- "" -- "" -"It- V1* y g I
PHILCOTV I tham and daughter Merle visitedin .

Lawtey Saturday afternoon. day.Little
Harold Bell, son of Mr.
Linda Waters spent Saturdaywith and Mrs. J. D. Bell, has been ill Have Prices
her sister, Mrs. Bill Roberson, Jacksonville
for several days.
and Eudell
Chapman. J
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bell and
SALE Friends of. Mrs. L. J. Padgettwill family and little Peggy and Gary
that she
to learn
regret was Lucas visited in Cedar Keys Sun-
badly burned on the legs last Saturday day.J.
morning when her housecoat NEVER UNDERSOLD
& D. Truck Stop -- = -- t
caught fire from a gas heater. \Under New ManagementMr. ift

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and and Mrs. Lester H. Sheppardof
family were business visitors in I Folkston, Ga. have leased the r IJ I

Starke last Saturday. While there I J. & D. Truck Stop from Mr. and At
HOME SAVE Time and I
.' Shop Money
they saw the Santa Claus parade.I Mrs. Harry Nelson and it is under -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClesseand the management of Mr. and Mrs

children were shopping in A. R. Johnson of Miami. Mr. and
ry Jacksonville last Saturday.Mrs. I Mrs. Sheppard operate another

= >R rgnti James Coleman is now employed truck stop in Folkston, Ga. We

i in the office at the Griffis. I wish them much success in their ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES CHRISTMAS CARDS J

21Id Brothers Store in Wesconnett.The new business and also want to

14 14 Maxville' Baptist Church welcome them and Mr. and Mrs. FOR ALL
took up a special offering for the Sheppard to our community.Miss Automatic Perculators
Cerebral Palsy drive at the Sun- I
Merle Higginbotham is now ft
Swivelet day morning services. employed at the J. & D. Truck Waffle Irons (l
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis had as ,

Luxurious Mahogany I their guests Sunday afternoon, Stop.We are sorry to hear that Mrs p Electric Blankets r
Griffis' uncle, William ,
Mr. Padgett
finish Swivelet with self- Junior Wilkinson has been suffer-
leveling brass feet-terns and his sister, Mrs. Guy Frigo, ing severely with the tooth ache 4

for easy viewing. Aluxninized and daughter of Jacksonville. and had to go to a doctor Satur- Christmas Wrapped Box ,
There was a nice crowd and
picture tube. day, Sunday and Monday. .
some very good singing at the Kenneth Manning has returnedrom g
Micro-Grid Tuner.
view Singing Convention at the Maxville the Veteran's hospital in St. oj, CHOCOLATE CANDIES 5' TO $1.00 EACH
PinLCO 4186 Congregational Holiness last Sun-
Petersburg. {\ Whitmans, ; Norris Sq

$229'NeverThougkWetfee.95 day.Little Karen Griffis was ill family Mr. and of Jacksovnille Mrs. Jack Waters spent last and ];I and Hollingsworth S. Special/ / Christmas Cards for 29c q

again last weekend and had to weekend with Mrs. Dorothy ; ;

i miss school Friday. Waters. Mr. Waters was just recently ]
Doss Higginbotham has been released from the Veteran's

suffering with an infected ear. We hospital in Lake City. Gift Values }
hope he will soon be well.D. Little Miss Marsha Waters, g Finest Christmas I
J. Parrish visited with Leon
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
t Bill'1

: tie Day When Wet tO4Oidi / Butler ternoon.in Middleburg Sunday af- Roberson week. has been ill for about a> g WE HAVE EVER OFFERED

p _
We are sorry to learn that little Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and 1 1I
Mike and Nathan Cannon have children of Jacksonville spent last

.. ConsoleFOR been ill. I Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy g ELECTRIC BLANKETS AND ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Waters and family.Mr. .
son were visitors in Starke last and :Mrs. Bill Roberson hadas t B.B. GUN only 5,95 ,
< ONLY 5.95
Saturday.Mrs. their guests Sunday, Mr. and \ Heating Pads up
a, k Mabel Harris carried her Mrs. Roberson and daughter, \
little daughter,' Evelyn, back to of Live Oak.
\ 5.95
; $254.95 Hope Haven Hospital Monday fora The Intermediate Girl's Gail'l'i 14.95 Lamps now SUNBEAM J

jjj check up and they say that she the Maxville Baptist Church Toastersboners :

is doing just fine. day School had all members present \In Mixers -
Joe Lucas carried Miss Lula I Sunday morning and made Mens and Ladies ,
I Harris, Mrs. Dick Harris and I al
grade of 100 per cent. Their teacher
PHIICO 4111. Full qualityTV Martha Harris to Jacksonville is Mrs. Waters. Three Bill Folds 1.OOup 1
matched with at performance its price. Power un j Monday to see Mrs. Minnie Can-':other classes Dorothy made very good I g ELECTRIC I SHAVERS ,:

proved chassis with Golden non, who is ill. ]I[I grades and had all but one member a
Grid Tuner. 21-inch Aluminized Little Susan Lucas is ill againat present. They were Primary I j d NYLON Ronson $19.95

TipTuning.Liniited.- picture.. -.' tube.... quantity v.Finger..'!., well her, Susan.home here. Hurry and get Girls Junior, Mrs.Girls Trudy, Mrs.Crosby Lucile teacher Griffis;;,I I Brush and Comb Set 1.00 upI : Schick Remington ZDAY g

Mrs. Hattie Nolan had as her teacher; and the Junior Boys,
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ernest Wellhausen teacher.We are Sunbeam Q

10 DAY HOME TRIAL Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall, of them and hope they
PHONE 19S-J FOR i very proud I
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carter of(twill keep up the good work. LARGE ASST. OF DOLLS $7.50 TradeinOn FREE TRIAL ;

PHILCO COMFORTEMP Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.: Out of 145 enrolled at the :Max- << Old Razor
Carley Bufkin and son of Tabor.vile Baptist Church Sunday

City, N. C. 'School, 90 were present Sunday >
ELECTRIC BLANKETS :Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson morning in spite of the cold weather. Come In And Look GIFTS GALORE !

--- spent Sunday in Jacksonville visit- .
Regular- Full Size. Assorted.; Colors $37.95 ing :Mr. Wilkinson's aunt, Mrs.j I" ,

TWO YEARS WARRANTY ONLY Minnie .Cannon, who is critically Your Christmas
ill after suffering a stroke. j I Koch Drug Store 'J.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson WANTED PECANSNo Shopping Center

!visited their son and daughterinlaw -;; quantity too large or too ii
C. H. NASWORTHY 'Mr.: and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson i I small. Cash market prices. See n nn

and son in Jacksonville Saturday!us before selling. Dillird! Keene' 'Till Ten i iPAGE
GENERAL SUPPLIES' I land' Sunday. I:Berweep Railroad and Signal 'g<< Open Evenings
1 Mrs. Irene Bell and daughter,I Light. 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. 4yhGM4aAG
aemcAGaM4atmcomoM .bP4 4a
phone 198'J 4a A4.
232 E. Call] St. ,:Marie, and Peggy and Gary Lu- 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 1<<7. e ppp neye

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MOM IA\\'TEY. FLA. .I the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.R. JP LETTERS Local of C I County Taxes

Sunday Scfcooi 10 a. m.'Preaching I!I BROOKERBy I { F. Gano. Little Sherry Beth I,Joins National 'Are 75 Per Cent

11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek remained to stay until Christmas :
Business Bureau Collected Now
CHURCIili service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. with her grandparents.
A. E. Visiting Mrs. Mary Green last ?U'1IIJ1i4Dec.
Massey, pastor. II I The Starke and Bradford County About 75 per cent of county

week were Mrs. Hale Scarboughof I Chamber of Commerce has become > -'taxes were collected by the end

Hampton Christian Church 1 I Weiner Roast Wildwood and Mrs. Myrtle 9, 1955 :, a member of the National .of the four per cent discount

Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. I :Mr. and Mrs. W. C. SJalnaker Scarbough and Mrs. Eugene Dear Gene: .: Better Business Bureau. New !period, Tax Collector J. R. Kelly
Presbyterian Church At The Tabernacle 11 Rogers of Dukes. I must take exception to the
I Preaching a. m. Evening entertained a group of young York City. Mrs. Marian Howe, I said last week.

'Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. PreachIng people at their home Saturday Mrs. Virginia Bielling and last paragraph of your other- manager, said this week. I About $1 OOOO is in so far, Kel-

Friday-Friendship Bible Class Fred Sacher of Park-of-the-' 7:30 p. m. WednesdayBible night with a weiner roast. Out- daughter, Mary Virginia, of I wise factual article about the "By becoming a member of the I:ly said. This includes about $6,000
Christmas Party club house State Palms again occupied the pulpitat Study Hour 7:30: m. Willanl M. Keystone.Heights election. :
p. door games were played and en- Worthington, were the guests of National Bureau, our chamber i discounted from those bills paid
Farm, 8 p. m. the Sunday morning service in Jones, Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Heights has 204 reg- November.
joyed by the following: Joyce :! J. K. Douglas Sun- I has joined over 800 Chambers ofj 1 I I Jin
the Tabernacle mes-
Choir bringing
Saturday-Adult prac- istered voters
coming from about
Suggs, Juanita, Wayne and Cecil Commerce throughout the country I i This is near the same percentage -
tice. 3 p. m. sage from the 103rd Psalm. In PENTACOSTAL day.Mrs. 150 homes inside the town limits.
Wade Stalnaker, Jean and Edward Loyal Douglas and son of in the protection of the buying!I)I that had been collected at
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morn the evening, the Sponsors used HOLINESS CHURCH Of these 204 voters, 22 represent
Endicott, Craig Woods, Charleston, S. C., were visitingthe public from fraudulent promo-I I this same time last year. At that
ing Worship, 11 a. m.,. "Christ the 21st Psalm as the basis of Clay Electric Co-op employees,
tions and unfair 'bu iness time more than $133,000 of a total -
Jane -
Sunday School 10 Morn- Gene Edwards, Mary Big- K. Douglas' Monday. practices
mas, What It Is." Youth Fellowship his message..A a. m. I while 31 represent duPont or ,I
bill bad been
ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening ham, Dickie Davis Lavern Dyal, Patty Bigham had her tonsils Mrs. Howe said. $189,000 already
supper meeting, -6 p. m., simple and i Humphreys Gold Corp. employees.In .
Service 7:30 m. Susan Wait, Janice and Barbara out at the Alachua General Hos- I "As a member of the Bureau, paid.The
Mary and Betty Jean Schmitt, in observance of the p. Wednesday addition to
program these 31 voters,
total bill this is about
will receive bulletins year
and Walter we monthly
night Prayer Service 7:30 Green and Tommy last week. Sure she I
and Glenda Starling hostesses. Christmas season will be presented p. m.- pital hope representing 15 families, there .

Evening Worship service, annual Friday night, Dec. 23, at 7:30 Rev. Roland S. Morgan, pastor. Stalnaker Meets of Gainesville.PTA can be back at school soon. are five more families in the alerting ters and us schemes to the sharp operating promo-in $202,000.Taxpayers paying in November

Christmas Tree program, 7 p. m. o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and town limits who are not regi- received a four cent discounton
other In addition
sections. we per
Tuesday Men of the Church CHURCH OF CHRIST The Brooker PTA met at the Jimmy a-d Marcia Ka' of Starke stered, and seven familes who will have the Bureau'sfiles I''I their bills. Those paying in
access to
meeting, 7 m. C. L Overturf Jr.. Minister school Thursday Dec. 8. The were relatives here Sun-
p. St. Edward's Church visiting live either on Lake Brooklyn or and are entitled to special I December will be entitled to a
Wednesday-Junior Choir prac Sunday Bible :Study 10 a. m. Brooker School Glee Club, under day. closer. Several of us have lived make. I discount of three per cent. A two
reports on inquiry we
tice, 3:30 m. Prayer Meeting. at 91 Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening the direction of Mrs. H. H. Hen- here nine and have any
p. Sunday Mass a. m. Mrs. Margaret Robertson of nearly years "While this program is not a per cent discount will be grantedto

7:30p.m.'I Holy day masses IS:30 a. m.and Worship 7:30 p. m. derson sang several Christmas Gainesville was visiting with seen the town grow and prosper. cure-all and will not stop all the those paying in January and
acted the
8:30 a. m.Children's. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 carols and sang and Gracie Bigham Friday.Mrs. However I doubt very much if abuses practiced by a minoritywho one per cent in February.No .

SEVENTH DAY Catechism Class each p. m. ; song "Grandfather Clock. The Gracie Bigham attendedthe "the huge cooperative providesthe operate on the fringe of discount is allowed if bills
ADVENTIST CHURCH Wednesday at 3:15: m. Radio program, j "Old Paths" business meeting followed and for what is
p. major payroll in March. For those
Children's Commission lunchat business, it will give the commu- are paid
Senrlcea each Sabbath In the Keystone Heights each Sunday 9 k. m. Station PTA members voted to buy some I "
the Methodist Church in Starke otherwise largely a resort town. nity greater control over them paying after April a penalty will
Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. (At St. William's Chapel) WDVH. needed athletic equipment and W. J. Siprelle
Monday. and it with a channel be assessed.
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching (Follow Hiway 21 south to St. subscribe for some magazines and -

every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- William's Sign.) BROOKER I needed literature for the building. Misses Shirley Green Polly The Telegraph feels that Mr. throught which investigation" and Marriage Licenses
each Thursday Wait, and Kathy Harrell. attendedthe correction can be made.
tor. Bible Study Sunday Mass 8 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH I Those present were then invited Siprelle is justified in taking exception -
'7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Rev. C. B. Stafflngs Pastor I into the cafeteria for donuts and Little Woman's Club meeting to the paragraph above Mrs. Howe emphasized the fact Marriage license applications

Confessions before all Masses. I Sunday School 10 ajn.. Morning ; coffee and orange juice served by in Starke Monday night. which was.clumsily worded and that this program can best sen.ethe filed at the Bradford County

Worshhlp 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m.. the hostesses, Mrs. E. A. Gain- Mrs. \V. E. Bigham Jr. and open to misinterpretation. The community only if the community Judge's Office include:

St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer ey, Mrs. Guy Harrell, Mrs. H. C. Mrs. Howard Wait, attended the I point we intended to convey was makes use of it. She urged Glenn Durban Shuford, 21.

Get AcquaintedFOR Meeting Wednesday?:30 p.m. Douglas, Mrs. Doris Kelly and Junior Woman's Club meeting in that the cooperative is the major the cautious buying public to be especially which Lawtey and Helen Yvonne Hicks,

Raymond E. MacBlaln Mrs.'Joyce Castlen. The cafeteria Starke last week. 'industry located within Keystone of any proposition Lawtey. .

SEASONAL CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST was beautifully decorated with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and Heights. We well know that du I promises "something for nothing. //17.James Morgan High, 24

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal LATTER DAY SAINTS holly, snapdragons and potted son, James, and Mrs. Marshall Pont and Humphreys operations, Starke, and Carolyn Eugenia Ed

MONEY NEEDS Church will be as follows: Services each Sunday in old plants. Mott and son were visiting Mr. while located within the limits of YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- wards, 22. Starke.

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Executive MeetingThe and Mrs. Jack Simmons ir neither Keystone Heights nor I brook purse-size fountain pens In Thomas Bennett Harding Jr.
PROMPT COURTEOUS School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford 22 Starke and Alice Louise Law-
day School held ,
l'a. m. Sacrament Brooker Garden Club Gainesville Saturday. Starke, do, in fact, provide a ma-

CONFIDENTIALLOAN Morning p.m.-Y.P.S.L Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome its executive meeting at the homeof I Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson jor payroll for both. I County Telegraph. son, 20, Starke.

SERVICESL0ANS Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr., Monday -I and family of Lawtey were i

Wednesday: 7:89 p.m. Litany Dec. 12. Mrs. Louise Woods recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. SANTA CLAUS I
and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir \VOODLA\VN I
MISSIONARY was elected chairman bf a minstrel N. C. Mott.

Practice. BAPTIST CHURCH: in the near LETTERS
play to be given
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott ; Ship"n Shore4sa"early
10 a.m. Sunday future. Those attending were i
School 11 a.m
$50 $100 -$200-$300 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. Woods were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. !Dear Santa:
Breaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: pray- Gracie Bigham, Louise week.
awaits everyone. ;r service, 7 o'clock services Inez Green Clara Nettles, Rosa Hilliard in Lawtey last I I am a little girl 34 years old
J Payments To Be Made To song Mr. and Mrs. Williard Martin and I've been real all the
:30 evening services. Pinholster and Jean Douglas. Mrs. I good I bird"
Fit Your BudgetIf Church of God Bigham wishes to remind all and Lamar Raulerson of Miami i year. So please bring me a doll
were the weekend guests! of the -
IIEILBRONN Garden Club members of the with a pony tail and a little piano.I pq'
you owe money at several Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning BAPTIST CHURCH to be held Friday night, H. E. Stokes. also have a little sister 3 months I catches
let Marion FinancA meeting
different places, Blair Mrs.
Eve- Mrs. W. T. and
11 a.m. Sunday
w Worship old Xmas. her a rat-
by Bring
Dee. 16, at the Community
those bills for Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach
pay you Y.P.E. Rosa Douglas were visiting Mrs.
Service 7:15 p.m.. !
ning tler little doll. Her compliments
and a baby
this is to be a Christmas r
ing 11 ter,
with our famous Budget Flan. Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and ajn. Training Union 6:30 as Robert Sandier and Mrs. Lacy
each member is asked name is Debbie. I am your friend,
pjn. Preaching 7:30 party and
7:45 p.m. Prayer in Lake Butler last!
Prayer Meeting, Friday p.m. Epperson t
Law monthly installments to fit I a gift ex Pam Ritch
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. to bring a gift for_ week.
your Income. UWleJ Rev. F. B. Beard change. I *:" 298! .
pastor. and Tim
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Visiting Mr. Mrs. I Dear Santa:

Actually sa\es you [ODey. Worship 11 ajD. YPE Serving PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Birthday Miss Mary(arty Jane Bigham was Rogers last Friday were Mr. and I A typewriter and a doll baby.If .
Mrs Ovid Burnett of Micanopyand
7:30 ,
Saturday p.m.
her 11th birthday witha you have a dress my size I
CHURCH honored on
MARION FINANCE Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Carterof
would like it. This is all I am
Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. weiner roast at her home on -

COMPANY, Inc. EVERGREENBAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service 11 a.m. Dec. 2 by her mother Mrs. Grace Visiting Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Harley asking for. If it isn't too much.

Evening Service 7:30 Bigham assisted by: Mrs. Louise Your little girl
: Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- p.m. i Shaw last week were Mrs. Mary
Ave. Jackie Hines
218 University Prayer Woods. and other I
Meetings : Bigno games
J Wednesday I
6:30p. Julia Shaver of
Union Thomas and
ing 11 a. m. Training '
Box 446 Gainesville Fla. light 7:45 .
p.m. Saturday nlgniKINGSLEF were played by the 15 guests -:
Baldwin Mrs. Doshie Shaw and
Collect m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer ,
Phone FR 6-53SS who attended. Dear Santa Claus:
?Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bessie and Ezell Jomes of Gaines-
LAKE Circle Meets I want some arrows and an ar
Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. ville.
MISSIONARY BAPTIST The Beulah Harrell Circle met -row case for Christmas. And a
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ of
Sunday School 9:4o a.m. Morning at the home of Mrs. J. K. Douglas I I B-46 model airplane kit. Mother
Brookins and Bes.'deDukes
Hampton, Ray
Worship 11 a.m. Evening ,Tuesday, Dec. 6Thot. present I Mr. I and daddy are being good to me
I- Service 7:30 \ of Starkewere visiting and I am a good little boy. Mother -
p.m. Prayer Meeting were Mrs. M. O. Harrell Mrs.: i

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every. Theo Dyal, Mrs. Ernest, Lester, land Mrs. E. R.'Russ Sunday. wants me to have a corduroy

one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, Mrs. C. B. Stallings andjMrs. Iva I and Mrs. Sonny Dukes and I Ii i shirt. Well, that's about all. Love, I

pastor. .Douglas. "- i i daughter, Sheila, of Lake Butler I I Mickey Dansby 4rf6 I1

FLA. .. I Slumber Party- >>* (were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. R. : *..-

.vv..................... Kathryn Harrell, Polly Wait Russ Wednesday. I Dear Santa Claus: \ I

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor ,and Shirley Green were the host-i I I I' Mrs. Flora Green of Gainesville I I May I have a Wild BillHickok_
and Mrs. Marie Mason of New Or-
LONG BRANCH esses for a slumber party given I gun set, and an electric' train

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town last week at the Harrell home. t leans, La., were visiting: Mr. and I I from you, and you can give me
130 Mrs. Aubrey Hazen last week. I something else if want to.
234 Pastorium you
Phones About 20 ladies enjoyedthe
Mrs. young
by J. L. Strjcklanj5A&&AAAAhAAAAAAAAA&j i! John Burr spent the weekend i Miller .
outing. Mrs. Guy Harrell and Sammy
with his mother in Mt. Dora. V\\
Mrs. Aubrey Hazen were chap- ,
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. I I Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas

Union 6:16 P.M. Rev. Harvey Lane received a erones. and family spent Sunday with Mr. 1956 Auto Tags _
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training : The WMU of the Brooker '
telephone call Saturday afternoon Bap- 'and
:Mrs. H. H. Lewis in Starke. On Sale January 3 !
that his brother, who lives near tist Church will meet Friday, Dec. I
8:00 P.M. j Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and Mike,
Midweek Service Wednesday
at 3:30 o'clock at the church.A Isn't it wonderful how bright freshenup
Ga. 23
Jessup, had suffered a slight Pat and Tony Castien were visiting Auto tags for 1956 will go on a new print can

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at stroke of paralysis. After church Christmas program will be 'j'I' *fr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis Friday.I sale Jan. 3 in the tax collector's your wardrobe?Just such a blouse: "early birds"on

Saturday night, he and his given at the school house on j
family Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hines and I
office. Deadline for their pur- oh-so-washable combed cotton broadcloth..beautifully
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. went to see his brother and Thursday. 7:30 p.m. On Friday. -aby of Jacksonville were visiting j i chase will be Feb. 20, according tailored with continental collar.White with
found his condition much each room will have a Christmas two-way -
better Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hines last ; to Tax Collector J. R. Kelly. I
than when the phone call was party. The PTA will have bags weekend. Kelly said if an automobileowner I lush color combinations. Sizes 28 to 40.

made. of fruit and candy to be given to I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas j i has had a particular license Refreshing Ship'n Shores In solids and plaids, too!

Rev. Lane was tack in time I each child at the party. and Janet Thomas of Gainesville j I number for several years I

to fill the pulpit! at the Clay Hill Mrs. Grace Barry and',Frances ere weekend guests of the Benny I I II II,he tries to reserve that numberfor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH flI Church Sunday night, and Jim and Wilbur Barry were shoppingin Tiomases Sr. him without any extra charge. ROBBINS'

Strickland substituted for him Jacksonville Saturday. .I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson of

Hampton, Florida Sunday morning. Attendance was I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were Jacksonville spent the weekend I .NOTICn OF IVTEVTIO.V TO I

light at Sunday School, since the I I the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Groover Thomas. I. ItRGlVTKR F1LrITlors.BIE!
Notice is hereby given that theundersigned
Invites you to hear these messages I R. A. Colson in Starke Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas i ''c- '' ... '' '
larger part of the congregationis under the provisionsof ;"_' _: ; -:'- ? "' '"
Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida. .it! -== J :Jt9 ; .i< _. "" _. .'"""? 'Jli... ..
still on the sick list. Mrs. G. B. Colson was the guest and Linda Sue and Ronnie were
from God's; Word by I Acts of 1941, will register with the
Susie Padgett has improved .of honor, Sunday being her birth- :i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner -Clerk of the Circuit Court In and -

Pastor Marvin Faile enough in health to be with us in I I day.Mr. and son in Starke Sunday. I I proc, Bradford upon receipt County of proof State of of publication Florida .. ; r : *#

church services again last Sun i and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and i Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and I of this notice the fictitious _. -

day night. sons, Sidney and Neil, and Mrs. son were visiting the Edd S. Polk ;name of Sorrento Restaurant under
which I am engaged in business at
Rev. Curtis Harris was with us Minnie Hazen and Raud Crews family Saturday. I!U. S. 301 North, Starke, Fla.
Sunday Worship Hour 'Spiritual Blessings in Christ' were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Purvis : Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dyal and boys I Ii Anna Taccia, U. S. 301, Starke .
Saturday night at Clay Hill i Fla., sole owner. r1
Church and delivered a wonderful I Hazen in Ocala Sunday. |of Ocala were the Sunday dinner I! Dated this Uri day of November. -
Evangelistic Service 'A Date with Death' I'
Visiting the Aubrey Hazens guests of the Edd Polks. ,A.D., 1955, at Starke, Fla.
message. 1!/! 4t 1223Cwi'
10 A.M. Sunday School 6:30 P.M. B.T.U. This Saturday night, Dec. 17, Tuesday! were Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and boys :
i Stayhorn, Mrs. Nancy Jo Drigers 'were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gerald'
Rev. will be the Gel Bad
11 A.M. Morning Worship 7:30 P.M. Evangelistic Percy Knight : ? and children Ot Wildwood, Roberts of Starke, Sunday after- '
guest preacher. It was '
Service 'and Mary Len Prichard and children -'noon. of Your Cold? ..
to have services on Christmas I
Mr. and Mrs.
of Gainesville. .i I Henry B. StokesJr.

"HOUR OF POWER" WEDNESDAY 8:00 P.M. Eve since everyone will be Cpl. and Mrs. Vernon Overturf ., of La Marque, Texas, have returned Then try 666 the wide-activity medicine -

too busy getting ready for the and children have moved to New I to their home after spend- j i for greatest effectiveness
next But we will resume the I all of all kind of :: -
day.' Port News, Va., where Cpl. Over-,,ing several days with Mr. and Mrs. against symptoms
Saturday night meeting on Dec. colds. 666 combines 4 potent,widely-
Edd Polk and other relatives. _
turf is stationed. 7 y _
and positive
I 1 prescribed drugs fives -
31. We are glad to have Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Markey Jr.I dramatic results in a matter of hours.

Now here is another gOOd laughat Henry Hodge home again. Do !and daughter Allene, and Mr. and Its combined therapy covers the

NOW OPEN your correspondent! Last Sat- hope she will be well soon. I I Mrs. J. M. Markey Sr. of Way- complete range of all cold symptoms.

urday night, just before we start- Mrs.! Matfie Barry is home after -'cross, Ga.. were Sunday guests of No other cold remedy Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
ed to church Bun Griffis delivered I 6 6 6
having spent several days i Mr. and.Mrs. T. W. Markey. tan notch 666 liquidtr666
THE NEW AND MODERN our groceries and made Mr. I I CM Tc lIktI.
Mrs. Mattie
Sowell the
with her son-in-law and daughter spent
Strickland a present of three ci- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Char-

SORRENTO RESTAURANT gars. Of course, Jim had to lightup Crews, in Jacksonville. I ey Kelly of Ziff Section. fflie middle one, son. That giddy grin
then. In a few min
one right Helen Kelly of New River spent j Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Dukes was

utes Bro. Lane came to take us the weekend with Glenda Parker.)visiting her sister, Mrs. L. W. speaks of values, values, values whichwon't

"Fine Italian Food"SPAGHETTI to church and we got in the car, Roswell Kelly spent the weekend Markey, last week.

cigar and all Jim got in the back
in Tampa. make pocketbook roll and
seat-he and the cigar-Bro.
Claud Prescott of Jacksonville Hunting Licenses
and his cigarette were in the front
spent the weekend with his moth. play dead. In addition
offer wide
seat, and I got in the front, think- Have Brisk Sale we a
er. :Mrs. Doshie Pre cott.
PIZZA ing we would all ride in front I i
Mr. and Mrs. Bill and
Terry selection
After a few breaths, I began to Last month 577 people bought and speedy service which is a;
daughter, Laurie, were shoppingand
feel that the top of my head was permission from the Bradford i
Chicken ..- Steaks .-- Chops visiting friends in Jackson- I
rising, tried to answer a question -. County Judge's Office to hunt in' supersonic tonic in this day of stortagesand
ville and Green Cove Springs Sat-
me and the woods of the and '
one Of them asked county state. {

Sea Food started choking and coughing. By urday.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and !' Of this number, 205 were state I frenzied shopping sorties. Check to-

the time we got to the church I licenses, 162 were county licenses i<
family were visiting :Mr. and Mrs.
O was sure ready to get some fresh Tendall in Palatka Sunday. \and 139 were permits to hunt ini! "How about dining out tonight day's specials.
wanted to know the such |
air. The folks public hunting areas as dear?"
I Rev. and Mrs. Ressie Carlton
what was with me-I act- the Ocala Scrub. (
Lunch - Dinner wrong I attended services at the PineGrove Any husbandis
ed like I was choV Church Sunday night.Mr. .
that the cigar Qr lone had to sons who were either under 15 j a winner
OPEN 12 NOON TO 1 A.M. and Mrs. Wilbur Addisonand
get out of the car, and I was or over 65. i Who occasionally takes

Beer Served and To Take Outo the one to "get" since the cigar family 'of Gainesville were Three non-resident, 10-day: pl'r'l I his wife to dinner.
weekend guests of the Ressie KOCH'S
was stronger than I was.I ,Carltons. mits were sold. DRUG STORE
to make. If
have one request
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Norman of. I
are a friend of mine and wish PRESCRIPTION FILLED .

U. S. 301 l'i z Miles North of Starke you to give Jim cigars, please wait Miami were visiting Mrs. Eva I WANTED-PECANS i I I 4
Harrell this week.
at No quantity too large or too I
church is over-or Owner
until after Kopelousos
A. TACCIA, Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and. :
'. I least not just before we are to I smallCash market prices. See I

---I get in a car and go some place I those conditions. In the house j,us before selling. Dillard Keen!". Starke Fla.
They are too much for me under all right. In the car. all choked?j 117 W. Bnmnlee, Starke. <- L" I' .y 'pI


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Johns And Conner See Little Hope Merchants Report Good BusinessAs Chevrolet Agency ''New Deadline !Mayor Declares .I-Gifts To Patients

Crowds Fill Town To See SantaSanta ff December 24 [Dogs UninformedAs I The Bradford County T. B

For Early Four-Laning Of U. S. 301Bradford I To The Law, :Association has mailed Christmas

Claus came to town last atop the fire truck as the parade Changes HandsThe Set For HospitalDue gifts to all Bradford County patients .

Saturday bringingwith: him good I wound its way through town. I Dogs have been violating the I in the T. B. hospitals.

County's state legislators administration did not continuethis business for Starke merchant Santa's party was treated to I law in Starke, Mayor W. T. Jack-

told local motel operators policy. He said one cure for and Christmas cheer for everyone. lunch at the Gold House Restau- Torode Chevrolet Co. a to construction delays, the son said yesterday. They have i

immediate the situation would be to change landmark on Call Street since 'the1920's new Bradford County Hospitalwill been running loose in the I
Tuesday that prospects for The city was crowded with rant and Santa stayed in town all streets :OTICK:
not to the
has been closed open public until
four-laning of U. S. 301 : idministrations again. shoppers and the merchants report day visiting businesses and spread- this week digging holes in yards, and up- ITO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
pending of the some time in January, it was an- ,
are "not encouraging." I Guy Andrews, president of the they kept cash registers ring- ing good wilL 1 approval sale of setting trash cans violation ofa A public hearing will lie hel .,-
the dealership to Drew nounced following a meeting of
Ratliff of 7JO
State Rep. Doyle Conner also Starke Chamber of Commerce ing all day A large crowd stay-I He was on hand at the Court the city ordinance which prohibits : o'clock P.M. on Deernbei 2.
Live Oak. hospital board l>55,
I of trustees at the City flail Starkr Kl(
said there was "nothing inplans' )the suggested the county "put some ed for the drawing for prizes in House in the afternoon to dis 'I last week. them from roaming around by Ida for the purpose of i iI if Driving

for completing the Mac- millage on property" to raise the the late afternoon. tribute prizes donated by mer- Edwin Torode, former holder of themselves. I the opinion of interested part.-
the franchise, was out of the city The board agreed to an exten- Jackscr 'concerning the proposal (If the r,".
tlenny cut-off. money to buy the land. Santa, arriving on the train an chants participating in the week- pointed out that the
and sion of time to Dec. 21 1955 Council of the .. ,
could not be reached for for City Stark. Fl i
Conner speaking to the Brad- Johns said that during his term hour late, was greeted by MayorW. long program to attract shoppers the contractor city statutes require that a dog Ida to adopt an ordinance
without reutn -
Jackson to Starke. Chances on these I statement as to his future plans. penalty, either be in a car or on a leashif
ford Motor Court Association, as governor he had money bud- T. heading a delega- but stated that .Jin? a minimum set back ;.( fu'\
said a State Road Dept. engineertold geted for four-lariing 10 miles of tion of several hundred kids of prizes were given by the merchants -I Mr. Ratliff, who has been in no further extensions it does any traveling in the 'fret from the center line of tht < *
the will be in iMing right of way of Temple A.Inue
automobile business in Live recommended
him the state has no plansfor 301 between Maxvijle and Bald. I all ages. Having to wait in 30 to customers tradmg withthem' the event city.The (C. S. 301) for all building t,
Oak, will be in Starke the first work is not completed I be
any major work on 301 in the win but federal engineers refusedto i degrees weather at the Call St. last week. of the week by that date. I statutes impose the death i said constructed street between on lands its interseetii'i abutting" ,

immediate future. Conner said approve the plans. crossing did not daunt the spiritsof Prize winners included Mrs. B. preparatory to open- "It shall be the penalty on any dogs violating I with Georgi street to thf North
ing the if final general contractor's City Limit in North
the biggest obstacle to four-laning Johns Sees Hope the youngsters. SurroundingSanta M. McRae who won $7.95 in agency approvalis to the law. He said the police hateto 'from its intersection with Starke Alligat and'
is obtaining rights-of-wayt Johns said he has been assuredby when he stepped off the I merchandise from Alvarez Cloth. granted by General Motors.Lovett's rate any liquidated damages pro- shoot dogs but something is 'I Creek South Starke.to the South City Limits in

Hight-of-Way Bottleneck"If a State Road Dept. official train they clamored to shake h': I ing store; W. E. Thornton, a among such of its sub-contractors'' going to have to be done if they I! CAUL JOHNS .
the rights-of-way could be that the increase in traffic will hand and say hello. $9.95 flash camera set fromBullington's To OpenIn and material suppliers as he may continue annoying people. 12: 16> >It rk 12 It.

obtanied ahead," he force the state to rebuild the Chamber of Commerce President Gift Shop; Adel Warren -
we could go New Location feel to be responsible for the delay -j
said. "Under the present ad- route. Guy Andrews and Chambe'r a ladies billfold from Barksdale's ," the board said. I Sell It Rent It Trade II
; Mrs. L. K. Whitehead, i Next
ministration the county is required "I think we will definitely geta Secretary Mrs. Marian Howe joined There is evidence of a strikein I

to get rights-of-way." good deal Of 301 completed be- Santa and this three pretty $9.85 table lamp from Koch's; I > the Trane Company,
I I Mrs. L. M. Clark, a $9.95 Universal Grand opening of the new I suppliers ;(
Bradford County lacks the moneyto fore the Turnpike is built," he helpers at Lawtey and came down of the hospital's chiller equipment -
Hard- [Lovett Supermarket on Madison \WITH A TELEGRAPH
travel iron from Starke i CLASSIFIED
buy the land. said. Present plans call for the on the train with them. I I ware; Mrs. J. C. 'Warren, a $6.95 !,St. is scheduled for Tuesday I which could be partially

Conner suggested to the motor state-long Turnpike to be finishedin The three helpers, Judy Dankel, responsible for the delay. "There ,-
sweater from Leila's Dress Shop; morning, General SuperintendantA. I
court owners that they try to 1959. Sylvia Paulk, and Glenda Underhill Vera Olive, a- $22.95 console vic- F. Fultz said Wednesday. |I[,is, however, other evidence indicating Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

the road to hold helped Christmas that the order ,
get repairs on spread for thi-
I trola from Ducky's; Mrs. J. A.Howard Mayor W. T. Jackson will be ]I I ?O WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION .
until, it be rebuilt. He said cheer with the equipment 50r
can candy for young- I and Mrs. Gordon Jones on hand to cut the ribbon and was placed at a late
they should present evidence of Pecans Provide sters. date," the board declared. "Fur- i EACH ADDITIONAL WORD ZoDI
I who each won $5 boxes of toys officially open the doors at 8:30. '
the need of repairs on the roadto After arriving, Santa was sped from the Bottom Dollar. > Fultz said the new store will ther, there are items of incom-> ror>T OF 15 PER CENT OV TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS"

the State, Road Dept. With pleted work, such Kf ADDITIONAL FOR TILIXD ADS OR ADS "
as painting) NOT PUP
away to join the parade forming i Prizes from Gem Jewelry and have a large parking space and nDCE
this evidence the department Needed Cash etc., that have '
no particular relationship -
at the fair grounds on Temple McGriff Appliances were not will be equipped with the most I -
advance money to put the to the CARPENTER WORK Remodel-
might delay in re-1 -
Ave. Santa and his helpers rode claimed. modern conveniences. It will I
road in fair shape until the major, --- --- -- I ceiving I equipment," the board ing. Cement Blocks, Roofingand
carry almost twice the selectionof I siding Cement work. Chas. A. I
work can be completed.Urge For I said. I' Sorrell c/o Telegraph. tfchg
Growers !
JUaeclenny. Cut-Off BHS Cagers Enter Holiday Lay-off .1 More goods employees as the old will one be, he needed said. I A Xmas Present

Conner also urged that operators SARATOGA HEIGHTS I
for the new store, and more departments -i 13 ConvictionsIn For The Whole Family
keep after the county offi- best After Good In Games I UNIT No. 2
pecan year on record Showing Early have been added. i ; For Years To Come
viaLs in Baker and Duval countiesto -- with both volume and prices ,! Mayors Court
Lovetts I Three
has been in business at bed room maionry homes
try to get them to go ahead extremely high resulted in the Bradford's girl basketball sextet 20 points to take top scoring the Call St. location since 1942, .I now under coantrnctloa In ONLY ONE HOUSE LEFT

with completion of the Macclenny sale of Over 1,250000 Ibs., of nuts will take to the holidays with I honors. Anne Williams played and has expanded the store once Thirteen Mayor's people Court were convictedin and I to Starke's veterans neirect$100 00.ddUI.with". application Price- IN PINEHAVEN

tut-off. j with revenue over $400,000 this two wins and no losses, while theboys' exceptionally well as guard, and in that time. Monday I to purchase $30.00: to SUBDIVISION3Bedroom
want the three were found not thirty day. aad $23.00 at ('Ioal"g.I .
The motel operators season. Of this amount local five has a 1-1 record with Jackie Prevatt had a' good nightat I Ernest Phillips will continue as I II ,I Willie guilty. I I Price to non veterans $25000

road from Macclenny to Highland growers are estimated to have Thursday night's score against the free throw line, making 5 I manager of the new store. i Knight, Negro, was fined with anoliration to purchase Masonry
so traffic will be routed $35 for driving without lights and and as Iowa.. $.'>00.00 at closing .
completed sold about 360,000 lbs., netting Fernandina not known at press out of 7 tries. Bnv now and select the interior

from Macclenny to U. S. 301 them around $120,000. Reddish Leads Boys without a driver's license. Mel colors and tile for bath and kit- HOME
and Starke. Without this time.Coach Real Estate Talk ton Leroy Padgett was assessed ('ht>n. See the plans, keep them
through The $120.000 bonanza came as Andrews' girls took the Glenn Reddish has been Brad- I : o\ernisht and make your selection. $8,000.00
cut-off, traffic is likely to go a lifesaver to many rural residents measure of Green Cove Springs I ford's point-maker and outstandIng Given At Rotary $25 for ,causing an accident by << If vouiant to own aonie 'I
Lake Butlerto t I not giving the right-of-way and ,I \ it will pay YOU to 10t'!>ti- i
through Raiford and after a year of financial hard !lassies to the tune Of 52-15, and ball handler in the first two i rate this.FLORIDA. $400 Down

Gainesville and by-pass Starke. ships. :Many growers used the Baldwin 51-34 Tuesday night. The games. He shot 20 points againstFt. Dr. James E. Chace head pro- for having no driver's license. '

Six miles of the Macclenny cutoff money to reduce debts, and ir i boys' A squad downed: Ft. McCoyin McCoy, but had to take second fessor of real estate at the University For having a wreck, :Morgan I, REALTY CO. I $362 Closing Cost

was constructed during the one case a farmer used the peca" i the season's opener 58-42 but best for the night as theopposition's of Florida, was guest Miles was' fined $25 and RobertJ. Of Starke $48 Per Month

administration of acting-Gover income to not only pay his mortgage fell Tuesday night to Baldwin, Gene Wallace rang speaker at the Rotary Club Wed- Cooper was fined J25 or five Real Estate Broker

nor Charley Johns, but the contract interests, but to pay it a 49-44. up 26. Reddish also made 15 !resday. discussing the significance days for being intoxicated. Herbert 333 Temple Ate. Telephone 3S3Marie. FHA FinancingCall
cancelled after Leroy and of the real estate I Franklin, Negro, was fined Florida !
year ahead. Thursday night, both A and B points against Baldwin, followed
Collins became governor.As agent in a community.Dr. $25 or five days for vagrancy. i'j Starke 389
Of the million-plus pounds of squad boys'traveled to Fernandinafor closely by Kopelousos who ha'J I
it now stands the cutoffcan Chace is a grandson of the Russell Lee Wilson, Negro, was j WANTED PECAXS
nuts sold here, about 200,000 games. lu. No quantity too large or too smalL I WARRENCONSTRUCTION
be completed either to Highland late Dr. James Chace, one of the assessed $25 for speeding and
pounds were sold on the Starke The girls looked mightysharpIn boys have a lot of work 1 Cash market prices. 8M us be-
Maxville. The Starke l early well-known medical doctorsin reckless driving and a $15 fine for selling. Dlllar Keeoe. 117 W. CO.
or Farmers Market, with revenue of 1 their two games to date. Their and hard practice ahead of them Brownlee, Phone 187. IZtp 12/16
motel are trying to bring ..\ Starke. The speaker wds introduced went to Roy Blias for speeding. 'j j 231 Temple A\e.
Owners about $74,000, Ralph Nettles, sale passing' and basket shooting has before they iron out their shooting Starke, Fla.
will be A. J. Thomas Sr. Victor Nordquist was fined $15
it to Highland so traffic by ,
manager reported. been good, and rebounding efforts passing, and rebounding probe
301. local realtor who had of for speeding in a school zone. I
shuttled directly down charge
Cove lems. Coach Hobbs is
Four outstanding. Against Green using a
independent buyers, Gol Abraham Lillian
the Friedman I RUBBER
Policy ChangedSen. Coach Andrews was able to clear fast breaking type of offense, program. STAMPS made to order;
Johns told the motel owners Klst, Dillard Kene, Brownlee & Special guests on this occasion Jreentaum, Edward Castro and I i 1 daters, numberers, notary seals
and let each and to defense. He facsimile
I the bench girl play. man man may stamps. Bradford County
Chasteen and .
that rfuring his administration Consolidated bought were other licensed real estate I.ee Jenkins, NegrQ, were each P..1."'r"iih.
j Linda Johns, with 15 points, was later change to a zone type of tf.WANTED
as the State Road Dept. the balance of the.crop, with reported -I agents in Bradford and Clay fined $10 for running red lights.
governor high scorer, but Jean Johnsonand defense, too! after the boys Coun-1 -Good Cotton nags Tel -
would loan to counties to purchases totaling overa ties: C. A. Futch, W. S. Doris Aron Jr.: and Edwarrt graph. CASH WAITtNO.
Sandra Strickland pushedher master the man to man. Brad .
buy rights-of-way but the new million pounds. closely, with 13 each. Babs ford doesn't possess too much W. Hayes, and W. B. Sewell, all of I Frazier were found not guilty on FOR SALEElectfle bathroom

Highest price reported wag 52 Starke, S. E. McKay of Keystone charges of stealing a pistol. Earl heaters, new, never uncrated.
Lance, from her guard position. height this year and the boys PHONE 41t-J Cheap. Also
cents for Mahans, and lowest for Heights, and Ceo. W. Hulvey of Everett Minott was found not water electric, shallow
played outstanding ball also, intercepting will have to makeup for lack pump. Apply Floral Motel.
Tesche, 10 cents. Average price ,Green Cove Springs. guilty on a charge of having r 2 miles N. Starke. on 301. 2tp 1J/S
and taking re of it by accurate shooting. :
paid at the auction market was passes \ I Welcomed into'.the club at this wreck. FOR RENT-Five room furnished FOR RENT-Two
After the holiday the Two central bedroom unfurn
bounds. lay-off cottage. bedrooms
; 37 3-4 cents at the last sale, and i meeting were two new members: heating, running water. Call 97, ished house. 308 S. Water St.
I independent i buyers reported a Against Baldwin Tuesday night boys will start in playing regularly Lewis Haines in attorney, and Mrs. O. L. Beasley tfchg Itch;
the ice in the twice week Humphreys Staff
.ii1)) the girls broke a and some Satur-
Jim Chasteen seed
similar average.As and feed store
second period and started edging i day night games when they resume owner. Hears Safety TalkLouis BULL-DOZING FILL

the good news of the high beyond Baldwin's reach. Sandra i their schedule on Jan. 6. I I LOW COST Ii I DIRT .LAND CLEARING I

prices' and ready; buyers spread Strickland was in form and scored ,,The I girls start back on Jan. 7. P. Hoffman, safety counselor :,

through this area, trucks and cars Humphreys Gold from the Miami office of Liability Insurance I Oyster Shell Peat Humus

from allover northeast Florida Gift Certificate Slade Gas MovingTo I Bldg. Sand -
jChildren's Party Florida Power & Light Co., addressed Paving Driveways
l loaded with Curtis, Money Makers Contact Us Concerning the

Froschers, Mahans, Vande- Plan In EffectAt New QuartersThe Set For Saturday phreys Gold staff Corp.members at the of regular Hum- NEW INSURANCE LAW I OVID LEWIS

I mons, seedlings, and other varieties A & P StoresYou Slade Gas Co. will in semi-monthly meeting of the group I W. Madison! St. Starke
open No Membership Fees
t headed for Starke.In A gala party for children of ,
its new location on Madison St. Tuesday night in the Guidon Grill. S36-W

the county here is is doubtful can serve a Christmas din- Saturday morning, T. H. Slade employes of Humphreys Gold I.bout 50 staff members attended. BEST RATES IN TOWN -
if there is nut left Corporation will be given in the WANTED-Good Cotton
a on a ner, or any of its courses, to your said yesterday.A Rags. Tele
See Our Beautiful tree or on the ground. Those relativesthis Enlisted Men's Club at Camp 6 Months Policies graph. CASH WAITING.
faraway friends formal opening has
program Blanding Saturday afternoon from A.'iTED-Good Cotton
with the larger groves, of course, Rags. Telegraph -
Array Of had crews at work and harvestecthe year via an ordinary letter been planned with gifts for the 1 to 3 p.m. :Santa will be r Boyle E. CONNER CASH WAITING.FOR .

crops as usual, but it was envelope and the U. S. Mail. first hundred customers and door hand to distribute gifts to all I 1 I

CHRISTMASGIFTS those who had a smaller numbei Gift certificates in denQm na.- priz s given away. I kiddies, and there will be a program -' INSURANCE AGENCIPh. Good S.ttC
I '" 5 Room House In
of trees who rooted through tht tions Of $1 and $5 are available The new slore is next door toLovett's I and refreshments \ 285 136 W. Call Town.Very Completely furnished.

grass and undergrowth and goi for the purpose in the stores and I new supermarket and The party has been made possi- ""' term. reasonably priced with

every nut. I Slade said the new space would ble by a sizeable contributionfrom
markets of A&P Food '!FOR SALE-New g x g x it concrete j STROUT REALTY
And no wonder! A buye. super I give more display room and make the company. The Trail 19c Cement $1.50 phnle
block't Hansen
For Every pointed Stores in the 37 states where the it "easier to provide customers Ridge S cial Club is sponsoringthe per Mortar Mix $1.30 per 1 RepresentativeStarke
to half. sack I
of nuts II bag. Bradford Engineering Co. Fla.
and exclaimed: chain operates. |with the same high-type service event, making a contributionof phone 94. Starke. if j ,
Member of the *
Family "I paid $25.50 for just that Officials explained that the I;they have received in the past." both club funds and the necessary -I I PHONE WALDO 1 O. Box HO-S-2S31 307 : J J.2g J.

little dab!" certificates are the company's\ response assistance planning and t RADIOS REPAIRED

N I Fortunately for the in ''Hatcher Succeeds carrying out the affair. I 1 All Makes All Model STONE,, PAID ON SAVINGS KEY.
I O\Y.\ growers to a growing demand by STATE BASK K&Y_
And yours toI i this area, the two factors of Some 300 children, representing iteswaable charges. fceamfrrSCHAS. STONE "-EIGHTS. FLA.. ME)!.
I firms and individuals for a food:Gibson As Head families of both the C. &IIEPHERDfO BER FDIC.
volume of employees
[ and price were both excellent i W. Call it. ntsrke Hfc 23* N-
: give at No Extra Cost! this year. It is not at gift plan similar to those offered ,Of Legion Post Trail Ridge and Highland plants,
by department and clothing stores I A WATKINS ROUTE Is available in BILL
all unusual t0 have a bumper are expected to attend. Bradford County. Many nearby SOTO

but what is during the Christmas season. L. H. Gibson Saturday morning Santa will dealers now making over $100.00
crop extraordinary resigned as com per week. This is one of the best SIGN SHOP
WADSWORTHWOOfltl is to have high prices at the same The certificates are redeemable mander of American Legion Post distribute gifts to children in the routes in the state. Write or

time. in any A&P store. For example, 56 at the regular meeting Tues- homes of all colored employes of 659 wire Vest The 1'eachtree J. R. Watkins St., Company N. E. At- I One Mile SouthOn

a shopper in Providence, R. I., Humphreys plants.Blan4ing lanta. 4tchg Keystone Highway
NATIONAL The reason for the good fortune day night and Harry Hatcher Jr..

this season to local could use a certificate purchasedin first vice commander, was accepted FOR SALE-One used Crosby Super I I Phone 178-L
pecan I "Can wait until I finish
a Los Angeles A&P store fora you the first V 17 inch Television. Reasonably
growers was the extremely cold as his successor for the EmployeesPlan chapter?" i priced. Mrs. J. It. Kite, 708 West All
value from .j Signs
choice like amonga I I I
of 35 "
I NOW WITH THE cI weather last spring, which reduced super market's 3,500 items of I June.unexpired term ending next Xmas Party Call St .or phone %H-\\ Itchg

GUARANTEEDUNBREAKABLE Georgia's crop from some WANTED-Handy man. part time. WANTED-Good Cotton Rags. Telegraph
I I 40 million pounds to about six merchandise. I' Gibson, who is serving as president For YoungstersThe Apply El Rancho Motel. Itchg I i I CASH WAITING. -

; million and also seriously reducedthe of the Bradford County Fair FOR SALE-Black Walnut Trees FOR SALE 1350 4

:I DURAPOWER crop in South Carolina. Only Future HomemakersPlan I Association, gave pressure of annual holiday party for iansen 1 year old 374 $1 X. each.Cherry.John Knock Christ on I I[ Nash, Radio, Heater door overdrive.Sedan

Florida and some of the Gulf Hobo !other duties as the reason for the families of employees of Camp rack door. Itchg 295. Crescent Motor Court, 21/,

i MAINSPRING states escaped serious damage, Day his resignation. Blanding will be held in the En- FOR SALE-t-burner table-top Gas I II I I miles South of Starke. Itp

with the result' that pecan grow- The Future Homemakers of I. Gibson' was congratulated on listed Men's Club beginning at I Range, good condition. Cheap. BOY WANTED-Good Opportunity

I ers in this area hit the jackpot. America, will sponsor a Hobo his efforts to develop the Legion's ,6:30 p.m. today (Friday). i %!2 N. Walnut St. Itchg 1 20 for to young learn boy between 1C and

L..4 When asked why it is that Day on Saturday, Dec. 17. Members property on Temple Ave. and to This year's party will vary FOR Draw-Tite SALE-Co.Boys. phone Bicycle.271. 24 Itchg inch. Mim have some printing high school business.education -

this area does not produce' the will visit businesses and build a bigger and better county from tradition in that it will have. CHIROPRACTIC I Claude and Crowson be hard, Bradford worker. See:

volume of pecans that states northof homes to do light .woik such as fair, along with other community a carnival theme, although San-i I FOR SALE-Dining room suit cane room porch.rf-uit livIng set-, Telegraph.FOR County

;' here do, a buyer said: d.usting, baby sitting, etc. Money projects. ta will be on hand to present service is very effective for Congoleum rug. bedroom suit. SALE-Roy's used bicycle $10.
"You folks around here not the each child a bag of candy. Th; two end tables, two lamps, 4 odd I See Martha Yancey at
attend Eagle
do Store
will be used to colds
earned croup, sore throat and chair. 1 large porch rocker, 1 I I
ir .. take: care of your trees. Folks Tampa Fair.Lawtey Big Dad Dinner program will include cartoon sinus infection.: kitchen table, two chairs. one Itp

..y"rii up in northern Georgia spray their movies, games, and refreshments.The large mirror, I table top electric Volt SALE-New, modern Ga Heat-
When nerve water heater. Can be seen Friday i ers. Never
used. less
Next pressures along I than whole-
trees, fertilize and plant cover Wednesday committee on arrangementsis and Saturday lit 310 N. Walnut bale cost. Dr. LeClerc,
Masons Elect the spine are removed each !''It. or phone 158-J. ltchgWANTED
crops around them." f composed of Robert Jackson, organ i I Lake, Fla. lip

$19 The season here is just about New Officers Big Dad employees and management Bob White, Ben Holtzendorf. Lon- can function more nearly TO EfV-1 0 foot front- 'FOR SALE-RemIngton
I will enjoy the company's I nie Fullwood. and Robert Pater-" normal and the resistance are lot on Raiford Road between 12 Gauge Shot Gun. Good Automatic
"Victoria" over now. with just a few nuts! patient's Starke and Hellbronn. Contact condi-
Kith looking and I still coming in. The independent !I New officers elected by the]I annual Christmas dinner on Wednesday son. is increased. McCarthy Garage or P. O. Box U!. I tion.wood Motel 3rd house East fide North of of Highway Under
II Dec. 21, at 12:30 o'clockin Stark SIp I/%: JOI. }frs. Mary Ouv.
to dependable buyers will leave here by the 'Lawtey Masonic Lodge at theit Below is such a case: Up

I end of next week, and the final Dec. 6 meeting include A. C. cafeteria.the Starke elementary school First Pint PickedHattie Patient age 43 was susepti- FOR RENT-Unfurnished two bedroom 'ATTENTION Claus would: MON love &to DAD .; nta

auction was held at the Starke Pearce Worshipful Master; L. H. ble house. modern conveniences. home, party or business visit your
Following the dinner the to frequent colds and sinus :2 miles out Raiford Road. Eston before
:Market Senior Warden O. J. An- annual Christmas. Surprise
I Thursday Dec. 15. Futch. ; Abraham of Lawtey .Tnrrtan nhnn 1 5-\V tin your chil
Christmas tree and headaches. Relief was obtained dren with a personal visit from Ole
I ders, Junior Warden; Harry Wil- gift exchange brought the first pint of straw- Santa this Christmas. Lots
will be held in the from the first adjustment and LOST-Saturday A.M. at Call St. and of fun
and H. C. Har- Big very delightful for
kerson treasurer; to the kid
j Scholl Re-elected I berries of the current season Crossing beautiful square green dies. For
le '. Secretary. Dad plant.D. the Telegraph office :Monday af patient now enjoys the normal scarf. Finder please return to contact Mrs.complete Clyde Priest.details 200 please N.
JI officers includeS. S. Siceloff of Lexington, X. health again. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. ltchg Thompson St or T. R. McIntosh
I New appointive ternoon. "But I'm afraid it's the 81; ? Lafayette St.
285 Motor Court Head C. Harley senior deacon; W. C., president of the company, will I last pint 111 get for some time," You will be surprised what FOR SALE-By original 17.000 owner actual 1934 Starke. lIp
Plymouth with only FOR
be present for the occasion. SALE-One ZS Inch
"Kendall I P. Kemp, Junior' Deacon; W. H. she said, predicting that the can be accomplished by this miles. 4-door Savoy tinted glas cle, good condition cheap.girl's bioy
Accurate and hand- c. L Scholl was re-elected Morgan. Senior Steward; P. L. Tuesday morning cold would I rapidly advancing health sen' back, extra:un lights trim and windshield white sidewall washer at Water Works. Hampton. Itp

om.. 17 Jewell. president of the Bradford Motor I Dinkins, Sr:: Junior Steward: C-j,Worthington Church kill all the berry bloom. fire Already This is financed really a with fine small little FOR SALE-Boys small sidewalk

1 Court Association at a luncheon B. North chaplain; and D. B. oar Contact bicycle. Girl 24 Inch bicycle
lee.BOLLINGER down payment to owner.
GEM JEWELRYStarke's I I meeting at Phil's Restaurant onf'Harley. tyler. Xmas EventA W. C. T. U. J. E. Wall Jr.. S37 N Walnut St. Reasonable: P. O. Itox 1086, Starke Itp
'I I I f>r phone 437-J. Sunday. Monday.
S. 301
near Hampton Junction
Tuesday or Friday. tfchg
free chicken dinner will be CHIROPRACTICCLINIC FOR REXT-One of Lawtey's
Tuesday.Scholl homes.
Leading: Jeweler"The I Carol Sing Dec. 22 served Monday, Dec. 19, from I Available Jan. 1. Can be
is owner of the El SOBRIETY AND DE- r.m CHRISTMAS SALE at Williams rented with or without :20 acre
I 6 to 9 p. m. at the Sardis Baptist I Furniture Store." New seven piece pecan grove and farm land. This
House of Fine Diamonds" Rancho Motel. Other officers The New River Baptist Association Church, Worthington Springs.' CF.XCY \niEX PEOPLE OF INFLUENCE PHOXE I Chrome Dinnette- Suit originally is truly a fine home, and a grand
elected include Newell AND ABILITY >LKETilE 108Starke $139.50 redueed to only $99.95. place to live inside City limits.
Zepp will sponsor a Carol Sing. I A Christmas play will be presented I ItchcgWANTED Contact J. E. Wall. Jr.., :J7 N.
Phone 170 Starke. Fla. the Dixie Motor Court vice-1 Thursday, Dee. 22, at 7.45 p.m. at 8 p. m. During the eveningan ALCOHOL PROBLEM A Assistant I Walnut St., Starke or. phone 487-J,

., president- and Andrew de Ropp of j I on the courthouse square. Everyone offering will be taken the MAJOR CONCERN IX THEIR Lady ConsultationFree -General house work job tfchg
for 2.
in private home Rt. Box 131.
Lodge, -Full
secretary-terasurer. time.
invited to attend. Apply
fund Starke
I building of the church. lip El Rancho Motel. Itchg



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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph


Partin finds 'Amazing Intere planning to use Blue Lupine and Christmas is really on us again! :

. t'I I I I Hairy Indigo for land builders In I In the event you are lookingfor Retail Sales In County Increase .
their pecan grove. For pasture Home DemonstrationNotes .
some games for your Christ-
In Education At White House ParleyBradford they are going to plant Pensa-
J cola Bahia grass I I I mas gathering or your Christmas Two Million Dollars Since 1948
I parties, we have an excellent sheet
High School Princi- I ,
games entitled "Holiday Fun"which
I 10f One hundred retail
state agencies, the report continued. byDOROTHY twenty-two
pal Chas. S_ Partin ipoke at the Martin District you may have by addressing rest of the county with
Red used the t $945V000.
stores in made
The delegates almost unani- I Bradford County
regular luncheon meeting of the fertilizer spreader to fertilize his ROSS :J'. the agent at Box 267, Starke. Sixty-five of the establishments

Bradford County Children's Com mously opposed any Federal control clover pasture. Some of the lower Home Demonstration Agent Think back over your childhood.sales totaling $7,939,000 in 1954 .having payrolls are in Starke.

mittee Monday, reporting on the local over educational use of fundsin areas in his pasture have fairly I I- aren't they some of the happiest according to figures released by
recent White House Conferenceon school memories have, those. the Commerce Department.This .
and the
moisture with helpof
good 4 H Activities YOU'LL LOVE the ) w-
Partin said he believes the de- Club dinner. Those attending were new
Education which he attendedas fertilizer his clover should connected with the special way I is a 40.6 per cent increaseover
a delegate from Florida. cisions reached at the White some Oven Meal DemonstrationThe Rosine Flakes, Elizabeth Prevatt, your family celebrated Christmas. sales in 1948 when the total brook parse-size fountain pea la
come out and
Partin said he agrees with the. House Conference will be im- senior girls' 4-H club has Marilyn Cox Pat Hobbs, Vida.' and other special days! I for 115 businesses reached pastel shades. Only $%.58 at Brad

majority who, in the final report -: portant in guiding future state really been doing things! Jean Gentry, Marcia Miller and You can probably remember $J5.645.000.. .ford County Telegraph.
federal aid for' and local legislation. State The girls met at the agent's Patricia Pellum. I
J. M. Edwards Jr. used theDistrict's J the way the family gathered on In 1954, Bradford County had
school construction. But Partin legislators will take into consideration nome on Water Street for an oven I Yeast Bread Demonstration I
grain drill to plant some I I Christmas Eve to read the Biblical 78 stores with payrolls, hiring
added this should be limited onlyto the points discussedand meal demonstration by Miss Jean For the December meeting, the ,
winter I
and to
pastures.Last story of Christ's birth 293 employes in November, who
construction. If the govern- opinions of the majoritieswhen Robinson of Clay Electric Co girls met at Miss Ross's home I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
sing Christmas Carols. maybe were paid $545,000. These stores'
ment is required to pay teachers local education bills are operative. In the oven she bakeda when Vida Jean Gentry and Mari- distributed
it's the way the gifts were accounted for sales totaling
and supply equipment they will introduced, he said. Tuesday I went out to complete meal consisting of lyn Cox demonstrated the makingof and opened, or the spe 7089000. There were 127 pro JUST ONE

also'tell the schools what to teach Other questions discussed included R. R. Andrews places to preparea round steak, green lima beans, yeast rolls. cial breakfast menu. It's those,prietors of unincorporated busi

and how much time to spend on "What Should Our Schools' conservation farm plan. I came: rice, yeast bread, and apple pie. The 1 two demonstrators taught little things that make family nesses. FRIGIDAIREMade

teaching it, he said. Accomplish?", "In What Ways upon Reddish out at the wash in the portable roaster was meat the girls how to combine the in- General
life something extra special. I only by
Food stores, auto and
"If they don't get the money Can We Organize Our School house. I won't tell what he was loaf, steamed carrots, and Idaho gredients and knead the dough.All agencies, Motors other
Today somehow we have "got- gasoline stations took in most of Corp. All
any other way, the federal govern- Building Needs?", "How Can We doing, but Tuesday is washday at potatoes showing that a complete the girls participated in shap
ment should give support," he Get Enough Teachers And the Andrews house! Well we got meal can be cooked in the oven ing the rolls to be baked. i ten so busy" that we have forgotten the money with food stores selling Electric Refrigerators are
the important things of $2.207,000, and sta.tlons made by other companies
said of those areas in which chil Keep Them?", and "How Can away from the house and we as well as the portable roaster if The girls baked tasty clover i gasoline
i life those things which drew doing $1,358,000 worth of and cannot use the word
dren have to attend in double We Obtain a Continuing Public discussed some land building prac- one so desires. leaf rolls, Parker House rolls, each
our family together give business.
shifts because of lack of school Interest In Education tices for his crop land. Reddish The advantage is to save fuel. cinnamon rolls, bow knots, Frigidairt.
facilities. 1"I remarked that he could see the If one is going to use the oven cents and a Swedish Tea cres-I' member happiness and security. I Other figures in the report
AS the Christmas season approaches were eating and drinking places,
Amazing Interest"I I results of using a legume cover for one food, try to plan a com- how about planning to Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
$536,000 accessories
previously apparel and
find for three or plete meal for the oven insteadof
was amazed to so many on his land
crop do some of the family's Christmas stores' $452,000 furniture, home ? ?
people from so many walks of four years. "It just makes the using the oven and the top meeting to learn to make rolls. traditions? ;

life So conscientiously concernedwith ground easier to work," says Red- of the range at the same time. Christmas Decorations Tip furnishings and appliances, THEN SEE

education." Partin said. The dish. "Besides, it puts Nitrogenin Of course, choose dishes that will Dip pine cones in selfpolishingwax $525.000; lumber, building ma-

delegates "realized the continua. the soil." require the same temperature.Miss : and sprinkle with artifical WANTED-PECANS I ment terials, hardware and farm equip- E. H. SMITHTenth
tion of our way of life dependson Robinson and Miss Ross snow while the wax is wet. Won- ; and drug stores
education." ::i OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH f..v..ffff. also explained the use and care of derful to hang on your tree or No quantity too large or too and propietary stores $301,000.Of .
small. Cash market prices. See the 122 stores, Starke had
The participants were divided the range. use on mantle with and Temple Are.
greenery. I us before selling Dillard Keene 91 and the rest of the county 31.
into groups of 12 to discuss the Soil Conservation HIGHLANDBy After the demonstration, the Family Christmas TraditionsIt
.. I 117 W. Brownlee, Starke. The stores In Starke did $6,994,000 ,
various aspects of schools and N-E-W-S girls ate the delicious food for hardly seems possible, but I worth of the business, leaving th< I
education. Partin said that at the Sirs. Lacy Norman

table to which he was assigned, -
it took only a few minutes beforea By Bill llaas .. ..... ..... ......I .
Soil Conservation Service
"feeling of good fellowship" was I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof

established.He Jacksonville spent the weekend .

said tie delegates were foJ Leonard Normans.
here with the
The Board of Supervisors Almost
very conscientious in trying to the Bradford Soil Conservation Mr. and Mrs. Devert Griffis of therone)

reach decisions on the problems.The District held a special meeting at Jacksonville visited friends and

segregation question was Lloyd Green's home. Those at relatives here last Friday.
not brought except in one in- Jackson- -
up tending were Foster S&> Smith, Winfred Wilkinson of
cident when a Negro from South leader at the High-
ville, song
J. B. white, Lloyd Green and Sam
Carolina tried to get travel pay ( land church has been ill with flu. '
McGarvey, Supervisors: G. T.
as an official delegate.The Mr and Mrs. William Starlingof
Bill Haas and
Huggins, Secretary;
conference report said, Church attended
Oak Grove
Leon Carter, Soil Conservation
"One table in ten recommendedthat services here last Sunday. appreciatesthehest'y.
Service. The possibility of getting :
Federal aid should be made Mrs. Beedie Norman spent last
new discussed.
some equipment was -
available to states only for those Action on a new fertilizer week with her son, Dock, and his .. : :

districts certifying that they are family near Clay Hill.
spreader was held over until the
conforming to the Supreme Court The Carson Griffis family visit-
first of next year. .
decision prohibiting racially set ed in the Griffis community near
gregated school systems." Partin Also discussed was a water- Starke Sunday afternoon. /. "
shed in the : 1/iF* .\ '
project here county.To :
said this / ; ,
question was. not dis Happy birthday to Richard ;: .i.r'x
cused at his table. get a watershed established in Lester "' ..}itk ... J :: ,
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Federal FundsIn I Austin Kathleen Norman and son, / :
,cooperation of all the people in : .
the conference Brenda Starling,
report, an Clifford, little "

"overwhelming an increase in majority"funds for.approved school- the the County.County Almost will benefit every from one in a I and Mr.Bertyce and Mrs.Griffis.Bill Pendarvisand II.. :: of Coke on hand for .

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financial resources to take A complete soil and water con- ing machine. :

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-.-.-.-.-. -. -.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.---.-....YYTTTTTT I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1955
TTTTTTTYTYYYYTTNEWS days and will begin again on I A. Jenkins pastor. At 1 p. m. ship in action. When

OF INTEREST TO COLORED Tuesday Jan 10. Persons wishing services will be rendered by Rev. churches meet you these three Dorothy vs. Carlos Louise Ishmael DeSwarte Balarezo,Balareze I Fonda. resigning as said Executor I i I i i house la Starke, Bradford County,
can look
for Defend-I
asking ,
to enroll for reading, writing and Lee and his ant. Case an order approving FlorirtiJames
congregation Put-
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD arithmetic will' of inspiration. Rev. P. P. Perry and ''otice To Appear 10-9)4 I This accounts and discharging him. ; Franklin Hollingsworth
COUNTYBy not be
requiredto nam Hall. Dinner will be Said Petition will be called
servedon Bro. Ulysees Clark in To: Carlos Ishmael Palarezo. up for ; Executor of the Estate of FrankC.
pay any fee if are not the charge of whose residence ; hearing on 10th day of January '1 Hollingsworth. deceased.
you church and
Ozora address
J. Shell grounds at 2:30p. : the is: 1956, at 10 A.M.. before
program. You the Honorable By
are always L'nldad Vecinal Mirones Joseph A. McGowan,
able 8 E, I
&&AAAA&&aaaa. ......_.,_ i I but persons taking typing m. At 3:30: p. m. there will be welcome. Peru. Lima, Judge, Theron A. Yawn County! Attorney for the Estate.
------------ at his office
&&&& and in the Court- ,
A v are asked to enroll installation services by New Bethel Night services You are hereby notified that a 12/1: 4t I* JJ
Bogagement with $2 for the begin at 7 p. m. nit fordivorce
Announced term.
read or write. ,Most Baptist Church, Rev. A. Vin-
of these The .
pea pastor will and -
administer the restoration of former '- -- -'-- ---- '
Mr. Homeroom
and Mrs. Mother
Frank Parks an- ple are unwilling to admit that son pastor. The public is cordially Lord's Supper at this time. Come name
nounce the engagement of their they need help. When we think of The sixth grade taught by invited to attend all of these and worship with baa been filed against you In the
daughter, tucretia to Maurice J. White takes i us. above named Court and cause and
Ralph Mitchell pleasurein
the Sunday School lesson of last meetings. Sister Pellman, Clerk Christmas Program you are required to serve a copy of
son of Mary Munford and Sunday: "Who is Your Neigh- announcing, the nomination of of the church. There will be your answer or pleading to the com
Harold Mitchell of Lincoln City. bor?" we are reminded of these Mrs. Mary Lee White as the class Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. i and a Christmas tree plaint T. on the Plaintiffs Attorney III
at David
The wedding will be solmenized people who need help. The adultsof mother. Her son, Samuel Lee, is Church, Rev. R. J. Washington program school Thurston Elementary Life BUilding Burns Jacksonville, 308 Guaranty, Fla.,

on Saturday, Dec. 17, at 8 p. m. Bradford County are our neigh- a member of the class which has pastor will hold services all day I 16, beginning at on 11 Friday, Dec. ana the file Clerk the of original In the office 01
a. m. Circuit Court
at the home of Mrs. Lonnie served as motivation for the on
Gibbsin bors. Their lack of knowledgehas very Sunday beginning with Sunday Teachers (Association or before the 2 day of January,
Lincoln City. All friends of fine services and contributions 1956; otherwise the allegation
School at 10
stripped and robbed them a. m. Morning and The
the birde and groom-to-be are economically as much as the man made by Mrs. white. The teach- evening services will be conductedby Assn. met Bradford County Teachers |;.confessed Complaint by you.will be taken a. WINTER SPECIAL
Thursday with
cordially invited to witness the of the Bible passages. The big ers and class wish to take this the pastor. The age rally for dent C. C. Anderson Presi- This notice shall be published
ceremony. A reception will follow opportunity to wish "A Merry and Alta- once each week for five consecu
the School
problem is to get adults started Sunday was conductedby mease Chandler tive weeks in the Bradford
who County
Immediately.Adult back to school Christmas and Happy New Year Sister Irene Thomas last Sun- parimarv attended a Telegraph. 1 GAL PRESTONE
to all." m@@tnv Dated this 25 day of November.
Education -------
County School Supt. H. P. day morning and was very suc at Crescent 1955: .
Approximately I PTA & ,Hobby Club Chit-Chat, City on Dec. 10 OFFICIAL ANTIFREEZE
interested cessful. Supt. Homer Williams Plans ) Charles A. Darby -. 3.25
adults attended the revival meet- Morgan has set up an adult program RJE held PTA meeting on paid the highest amount. Christ- were made to finance a By Marian Clerk L. of the, Circuit Court
room Deputy Clerk
Ing at RJE on Tuesday, Dec. 6. in the county for your ed Wednesday, Dec. 7, with President mas rehearsal each afternoon at Bradford of furniture for the new 12/2 4t 12/23

Due to a previous meeting, Direc- ucation. At present there are Sophia Royal in charge. 4:30 p. In. County Hospital. In Tile 355HEATER

tor Gibson could not be present. three evening centers in operation Christmas Carols were led by New Bethel Baptist Church, NOTICE TO APPEAR And For County Bradford Judge'County Court Florida In 29-95

Supervisor Shell conducted the for our division: Lawtey Train- Supervisor Shell. The feature for In Circuit Court Bradford County IN RE: Estate of
Rev. A. Vinson pastor, Rill hold FRANK C.
meeting. Patrons expressing ing School, RJE and Ebenezer the evening was the "Cake Walk" services all day Sunday starting I William \VetherelI.In Chanrrry.. Plaintiff DECEASED. HEATER 4.50
opinions included Linwood Craw-- ,Baptist Church, Lincoln City. which was directed by Mrs. Leona. ,Beatrice Marie Wetherell Defend-vs. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
{with School 9:30 FOR
Sunday at a. m. RESIGNATIONTO
ford and Mary Hampton of Law- Music is being taught at the Royal teacher of 7th grade. The]'Deacon!I (Hankerson in charge. ant.Antlce To Appear Case No. 10-1319 ALL PERSONS INTERESTED TOTAL PRICE

tey Cornelius Hunter and Mariam church center by Specialist Min- waistline.rally was continued by|I r Deacons Royal and Little will also whose To: Beatrice MarieVetherell... HOLLINGSWORTH IN THE ESTATE OF FRANK C. 37.70
residence and artrtrooo Deceased
Tyson or stance. Encouraging re- oft. Director Gibson:has suggested Mable Jenkins, teacher of the be there to greet students and .7509 Carroll Avenue,-Takoma- -Park, ; You are hereby notified that: on
marka were made by members that the meetings move from I/first grade. :Maurice J. White and [Maryland. November 29, 1955 the undersigned

of the faculty: A. B. Anderson, church to church in this community Rev. R. Dell were in charge of teachers. The Christmas and the tree programis will You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit Executor Hollingsworth of the deceased estate of Frank filed C.a

Bettie Horne and Betty Thomas. because as he put it, hot chocolate. The financial re- be being laden planned with presents for all above has been flied against you In the Petition JUdge in in and the for office Bradford of the County County SPECIAL ONLY 29.95Add

In a December bulletin from "anything good should be passed sults, including monthly dues, scholars on Xmas Monday Dec. you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of
Acting Director L. H. Gibson it around." The music education were gratifying. The president White. your answer or pleading: to the
was revealed that there are more class will meet on Wednesday of requested an order to make two 26, according to Maurice complaint Alfred on the Plaintiff' Attornev For 12 Volt Systems
asked to keep Scott
All scholars are 106 Smith E-uild- PEST
than 600 adults living In Bradford each week. After tonight, Dec. payments on the school piano. It want Ing, Jacksonville 2, Florida CONTROL SAVE
their attendance they .
County who are unable to 15, classes will close for the holi- was so moved, seconded and car- to up be remembered on the tree, and of the Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on 7.75..BUY TODAY!

ried. The next PTA project will or before the 9 day of January. TERMITESALL
will also be presented 1956
I The ; otherwise
program the allegations
be the purchasing of stage cur- said Complaint will be taken of TYPES OF Cars
at this time. a. and Trucks
tains for the cafetorium. confessed by you. GROVE SPRAYING --- Makes
Crusaders for Sunday School This notice shall be published
I A KEPT-UP It was suggested that patronsand retired [once each week for four consecutive I:
:Mrs. Sarah Jenkins Florida
HOUSEX00 teachers making outstanding weeks in the Bradford County Tele Pest Control All Models
teacher and leader in New Bethel graph.
REFLECTS THE PRDEOF contributions to the school pro- Baptist Church, and Mrs. R. J. 1955.Dated this 6 day of December, & Chemical Co.

gram will be given citations each |Washington, wife of the pastorof (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Phone Franklin 6-6033
OWNERS WHO BILL It was decided that the I Clerk
year. of the Circuit Court HARDY
A.M.E. Church, 24 N. W. 16th Ave. BROTHERS MOTOR
DING "patron of the Year" was :Mrs.I Allen Chapel By Marian L. Crosby, Penutv Clerk CO.
the pre-Christmas 12/9 4t 12/3J Gainesville Fla.
RESIDE will spend .
INSIDE Marion Dell, who went beyond -
I week making a house-to-house !NOTICE TO APPEAR Call for estimate 69 STARKE, FLA.
the call of duty and solicited extra -I !. Circuit
for Court Bradford
recruiting children County,

%v 1L help dollars make from payments many familiesto on the campaign attendance to Sunday School. Itwon't Florida la Chancery. -,- -, --- -------- -- .--- --- ;'':'Y;' t.<;::: _'* -'::'._'_;': /

Q make difference where -
\ 1 piano. The teachers who went extra any
child to Sunday
the goes
miles to insure financial suc-
he The success
cess particularly in the last meet- just so goes.
will depend largelyon
ing were Mesdames L. M. Royal, the campaign child

I and A. Chandler. They were the parents. The__,_average_._ "_"ftO .', The Most Appreciated Gift
ms paremt UIUa.uv.;
named "Teachers of the Year." is guided by
do not attend
Who will be the and teacher if the parents
of the year in 1956? It was day School the children do Let's not Is The USEFUL Gift
suggested by Maurice White that feel the need for as
the same
have at the get up on
we a spicy program
newt meeting. President Royal we do on to Monday Church and SchooL take our It This Christmas we are in a better position than ever before

man asked be that elected.a new program Mrs. Mae,chair-B. does children not matter about the typeor to help you with your Holiday Gift Problems With our ever

Scott was named for this posi- kind clean.of clothing Jesus spent, just most so they of expanding Office Supply Department, we now have on display -

tion. AU and friendsare are
invited members to the next meetingon i his time ministering to the poor many items that we could not stock before. Come in and

Jan. 4 to enjoy the fine program and needy. They but were they received always look around for a USEFUL Gift ... one that will be appreciated
__ dressed poorly I
that will be for
you rich blessings. Make a the whole
many year
by the new chairman and her wi'}
Years Resolution: "I
committee. Won't you ring in the New Sunday
L New Year by starting off on the take my '
I right foot 'with your PTA! Re School each Sunday. ):

. I solve at the beginning of the year Celebrates 74th Bland Birthday celebratedher By Popular Demand r \ -

.1f to attend every meeting and give Mrs. Sarah .

the PTA your unending support. 74th natal day on Friday Our Stock of .Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
Holidays for School ChildrenThe Dec. 9, at her .. *
Christmas vacation will begin and friends were there to I

1. ..4 : at noon Friday, Dec. 16, and honor her. Out of town guests included L

z will end on Sunday, Jan. 1.. All her granddaughter, Willie
Mae Williams, and others, and
} parents are asked to have theirchildren kJtooh
.r. t i back in Bradford County Deacon and Mrs. Joe Carter of

'#4,' and in school Monday morning, Starke.

Jan. 2. The buses will resume Holidays Home

1 'iv a. wk R' 4 v a duty as scheduled. We will not Mr. and Mrs. Willie James Mc- Is the Largest and Most Beautiful we have .9
observe New Year's out of school. Fadden and son will return to '
Christmas ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied
Starke Monday for the -
Perfect attendance awards will
ask the who
Esterbrook user man owns
be presented by the Supervisorat season. They will reside with
? Pens Pencls and Desk Sets byAmerica's
one. ,
+ ," f the close of school this term. parents, Hamp and Altameaso
Will your name be called? Chandler. Gloria and her son will Oldest Penmaker.

Church News remain for an extended period,

Greater Antioch Baptist Church, while Willie James will go tEl o 1 'elile.'ak! size Set-dainty and _
Paso, Texas to serve in the I The pone pen = -
II PopularDESK '
Rev. Alphonso Jenkins pastor I pencil In handy find
will hold regular services all day U. S. Army as Second Lt. for obit case. Choice cf
18 months. He was graduatedfrom point choice of 6 '
Sunday, starting with Sunday SET
Florida A & M University pastel color $5.00
School at 9:30: a. m., with Supt. ,
Joe Carter in charge. The morning i ROTC division in May and givena Aule, -Fil Disk Pea Sel-with the

sermon will be delivered by deferment on active service un In Black I fountain Ells Ihelf from a giant Ink.
til this date. Gloria is a graduate In the bat*. Fountoki-base
the pastor. At 3 p. m. The Carver
n..d. ink only 4 tints yearly la
of Florida A & M University also
Prince Hall Lodge will hold the 3.25 a normal vit. Chotc of point, deice

religious service called "Festivalof 1 holds a major in Home Economics d of color . . $4.00
and a minor in Elementary
St. John" at the church. The i ,.
general public is cordially invitedto 1 Education. In C.
Is there Mt. Nebo Baptist /4
: someone attend all of these services. 3.75 4 ,
unday School 9:45: a. m. with
At 7 p. m. the pastor will con .
Bro. Alexander,
Phillip superin
duct the evening worship service. tendent, in charge. Worship serv Also comes with chain attached for use in

Deacon J. C. Carlwell, reporter. ices, 11 a. m., with deacons in Motels Restaurants, Banks Service Sta. / '
special on St. John Baptist Church will 1
hold charge. The pastor will be pres tions, etc.NOW.
services all day Sunday, Dec. 1a1

18. Sunday School at 10 a. m. ent.The /
Christian Union will meet

Christmas list ? be Morning led by service East at New 11 Port a. m.Baptist will at the church at 3 p. m. with The. ,
Church Macedonia Baptist and Mt. Piss;ah YOU GET @
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"11lf.yyyyyyyyyy.YTY Mrs. Mac McKenny and children, Mrs. Louiebelle Wainwright and Vi?...,.,......,,'..'..1 i idence and ddress is: c/o Mr. JohnT. and file the original In the office ,. ,,,, .
Jacksonville. Walker, tron Workers Local, 3701 ..f the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01. :- <'/-<.; '-, -::., ', '._: :-.=>':; : ;.;:-;;:":: ;'';: ;: -:;:.";;:: ,,o'-;'
came down on Saturday and car- daughters all of East Lombard Street. Baltimore 24, or before the 9 day of Jan., 1956;
:Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moselyand NORTH SIDEBy Maryland. otherwise the allegations of said
I LAIIEY ried their parents home with them. You are required to appear on Complaint will be taken as confessed .
of spent
family on Jan. 9, 1956 in the above named
by yuu. GIFT BOXES
The is' losing two Court and cause, wherein
community the weekend with the Dave Tan seeks plaintiff This notice sr.ku be publisher
Mrs CarterA divorce.
By Sirs.'Joyce T. Futch4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. valuable citizens. I Bradford County once each week for four consecutive
ner family. I Telegraph shall weeks m the Bradford County lelerapn '
publish this Order in
Miss Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starlingof &&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&4& weekly issues. next four NAVEL
Dated this 2 day of Dec., 155. PINEAPPLE PINK
dim r ,
Joyce Futch and son, Ralph, Middleburg were Sunday Christmas party for membersof Witness my hand and official (OFh'1CIAL81sALr Charles A.UrDj
Mr. and Mrs Hennie Kelly and Mrs. Hare'dStarling seal at Starke, Florida, this Dec. I,
guests of Mr. the North Side 1955. Clerk of the Circuit Court Oranges Oranges GrapefruitBy
in Jacksonville were shopping in Jacksonville on Baptist Church
were Chopping on (OFFICIAL SEAL) I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
and family. will be held tonight (Friday) at 12/9 4t 1230In
Thursday. Saturday.Mrs. Charles A. ,
Hilliard of Darby
Luther Hilliard and mother The James family the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny As Clerk of said Court. Fast Express Guaranteed Delivery
Rev. Edgar Wilkinson and fami- Flager Beach spent Sunday with By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
Mrs. Steve Starling Sr., carried Cowart. Martin J. Pearl 204 Smith Circuit Court Bradford County
: ,
ly were supper guests of Mr. and little Daryl 'Hilliard to Jack- the J. B. Gaskins family. The Christmas program will ,be Jacksonville. Florida. Florida la Chancery.Bessie FINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES
Tanner of Jack- Attys. for PIt. Crews Plaintiff, vs. A. D.
Charlotte 12/9 4t :!
Mrs. James Starling in Starke OP sonville to his doctor for a check- Miss with presented at the church Monday 1J/30 Crews, Defendant TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVE
sonville spent the weekend night, Dec. 19, at 7:30 o'clock. NOTICE : I' Case Xo. 10-13011
Friday evening. up on Friday. They were over- and Mrs. Luelle TO APPEAR Order Of Publication And Notice To
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- her parents, Mr. Everyone cordially invited. In Circuit Court. Bradford Appear State of Florida Tot I
Florldai U Chancery. CO..f7'1 I and'
Tanner. A. D. Crews, whose residence MARTIN'S FRUIT SHOP
Mrs. Dora Clark
in Jack mond Suber. was Jacqueline A. Moorer, address is: Care of Ettie Prescott )
spent Wilkerson
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bub Leon B. Moorer, Defendant II
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle with a party on her 83rd birth- Hoboken, Georgia. 1
sonville. Miss Gloria Anderson, and Mr. Case No. 10-1315 You are required to appear on North Temple Avenue
Andrews and baby daughter, Deb- day, given by members of the Notice To Appear. I Jan. 2, 1956, in the above named''
A Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood and Mrs. Bryant Wilkerson were North Side Church. To: Leon B. Moorer. c/o Sabine! Court and cause, wherein plaintiff j
orah Ann returned to their homein Baptist Transportation Co., P. !. ,, ', : ,. ,: /. : .. :. .," -
I overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. seeks divorce i : -- : .; ; were honored at ,a farewell covered Wildwood on Saturday after Sat- Johhny Cowart Jr. has returnedto 1500.: Port Arthur. Texas. urawe/ Bradford County Telegraph shall i i
I H. R. Barrett in Raiford on El Texas after You are hereby notified that a I I
dish supper by their many spending some time with Mrs. visitinghis suit forDivorce publish this Order in next four
weekly Issues.

friends, at the Baptist Pastoriumon W.Andrews'Fred Moore.parents, ]or. and Mrs.. urday.Miss Annie Ree Carter of Jack- Mr.family and here Mrs.and Rudolph in Miami.Sapp minor, care child custody and supportof I at Witness Starke,my Florida nand, and this official Nov. seal 25, .._u '_ :,-, __ = : ._ --C-::.= _. :- ,.::. ...
Thursday evening. The church I sonville visited her parents, Mr. hag been filed against you in the 1955.
Mrs. Donald Bennett and sons visited Mrs. Sapp's parents in above named Court and cause and OFFICIAL SEAL
presented to them a pen and pencil last week ( ) Charles A.Darby
the weekend and Mrs. Ed Middleburg last Sunday. von are required to serve a copy of As Clerk of said Court
i set. The Arwood's have re- of Daytona spent your answer or pleading to the com- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
cently sold their home to Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett. Smith andfamily Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life WANTED MILLION POUNDS
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley and son of Highland were Williams & Futch, P. O. Box 18J, Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.Attys .
Mrs. J. E. Wall of Starke and I I Weekend guests of of Jacksonville visited the supper Starke, Florida for Plf. 12/2 4t 12/23
guests of the G. L. Sapps Tues-
are moving to Alabama. Their Mrs. Luther Hilliard were Mr. recently.Mr. .
G.! W. Sapp
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and and Mrs. Allan Starling and Mr. Paul Dinkins Jr. !day night.
and Mrs. .
Misses Madeline Norman and ,
I Saturday guests
of Anthony were Laura Witcher last Satur-
of :Mrs. Dinkins parents, Mr. and day In Starke as guests of Mrs. Own Your I PECANSHIGHEST

Mrs. Carl Carter.Mr. Effie Johns.
Jimmie Ray of 0 ME !i
HUNDREDSof Jacksonville. and Mrs.visited the Vernie Macclenny Mr. and were Mrs. Sunday Guy Rosier visitorsof of Own H

Padgett family on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins. I!
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly car- Arthur and Peggy Gaskins and

details are managed and economic ried :Mrs. :Margaret Kelly to New son of Miami visited relatives BEVIS CONSTRUCTION Co. Inc.

ally attended that only'a trained and River on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. here and in Hampton this week. ,

careful organization can attend when Kelly will spend sometime with Mrs. Myrtie Gaskins of Miami

the urgent need for serving is at her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. spent part of last week here with Will Build You A HOME On Your Lot MARKET PRICES

hand. and Mrs. Ray Tomlinson.The her mother, Mrs. J. S. Norman,
Roy Griffis family visited and the Jimmy Gaskins family. '

the Old Fort in St. Augustine on I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett of 1 BED ROOM $ 995.00 i
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Sunday and were dinner guestsof Jacksonville spent a few days No

7 Starke, Fla. Mr. and :Mrs. Marvin Thompson with his niece, Mrs. G. L. Sapp, 2 BED ROOM Quantify Too Largeor
I I I. in Jacksonville. $1,595.00i
and family. I
Ed Dur- f If
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Weekend guests of the Mrs. John Aguiar and Nancy 3 BED ROOM I
ban family were Mr. and Mrs. C. I Westconnett were visiting here $2,095.00 Small

local funeral home enablea nj to otter convenience t&l J. Boyette, Of Valdosta, and Mr. last Sunday.

service'not otherwise available.We and Mrs. Raymond Williams of i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson of -

Jacksonville.R. Jacksonville visited her grand- SEE US BEFORE SELLING
.. Houses are Completed Outside
6 111II I I L. :McCall has had as recent mother, Mrs. Carrie Norman, and on Flooring and All ;I

furnish the highest type eervlee: at lowest prices and guests his sister, :Mrs. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter last Partition Studding on Inside, Only
accept AM life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY Adams of Lake City, :Mr. and Mrs.C. Sunday.The I

company, as payment la part or in full oa a fuaeraL W. DeHaven of Green Cove Oscar Carters, Richard Tampa .. Quincy. Perry I
Consultation carries no obllf&Uan. Springs, and :Mr. and :Mrs. Geo- Carters, and Bill Stringfellows of DILLARD KEENE

I II I III J McCall of Palatka. the State Farm had supper with NEW OFFICE AT PALATKA
Ernie Griffis of Jacksonville the Inman Greens Saturday night. West of Railroad Track, 1 1-2 Block from.Signal Light

u BBB> V HH. BHBnVn BH. n. BI visited his aunt, Mrs. Senie Pre-, Mrs. Esther Carter, Mrs. J. R. East on Road 100 I
:.vatt, and other relatives on Sat- Delly and daughter, Catherine, 117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.)

urday. were shopping in Jacksonville PHONE 187
:Mrs. Les Prevatt and daughter, last Friday. j If you cannot come see Model, Call us at East 55317 .

I TV Service Gayle of the State Farm were L. M. (Buddy) Norman and Collect Starke Fla.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Yvonne of Miami are visiting the or and our representative will call on you. ,

Gr fis. .
Willie -
Mrs. Harold Normans and Mrs. Harrell .. -- _. --
Jacksonville .L1d1 -... '.-,-. - --- ----- ---
E. E. Burney of of Brooker this week.HINTS .
All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates visited his mother, Mrs. GeorgiaAnn .

Sapp, Sunday afternoon.Out .
Fully Equipped w DependableAll of town guests at First

Makes and Models Baptist Church services Sunday HOUSEWIVESYEASTDOUGH .
night were :Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. ,,r

Wall and family of Starke, and GOODIES

Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Starling of
.. When you think of "Christmas
Highland. ::1.goodies" do you.think of cookies, "' ro
(candies, and cakes? Most personsdo. 41

Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone I This year, why not try some- iiT
WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags. thing different? You can do wonders r
239 Starke, Fla. No Pants or Shirts. Bradford i with a versatile yeast dough. V -

.County Telegraph. I!, Imagine making a basic sweet f -. I
I!:dough and having a choice of
j many shapes to'surprise your '

i e 'farmily with at mealtime. Thisis

exactly what you can do. With

the basic sweet dough recipe given -

below you can make date

braided cake, cinnamon bun loaf, I

honey almond loaf, honey almond
H .: cake, cinnamon twists, rose-buds,
I I cinnamon buns (method below)

6 and many others. :E" -
fl flr
All yeast products can be frozen t

after baking for a short period of ;,
time (suggested time, three to

four weeks). When freezing usea
Our present manager, Jerry 0. Gay, regular freezing wrap or bag-

something vapor and moistproof.Sweet .

'. Scald 1-2 cup milk; stir in, 7 1-2 '

cup sugar, 1 1-2 teaspoons salt,
effective January 1 1956. 1-4 cup shortening. Cool to luke-

-. warm. 1 e %.a nil i
Measure into bowl 1-2 warm )
cup ,ao
After that date, this position (not hot) water (cool to luke- (rte

warm for compressed yeast).
Sprinkle or crumble in 2 packages -
will be filled by
I or cakes yeast, active dry

or compressed. Stir until dis

HARRY H. RABB JR. solved. Stir in lukewarm milk q- I
mixture. Add 2 eggs, beaten, 3 J ..
cups sifted enriched flour; beat ( : e

until smooth.
0I .
Stir in additional (about) 2 cups ,

I I sifted enriched flour. Turn doughout ,' \\ -

on lightly floured board.
Mr. Rabb has had extensive Knead until smooth and elastic.

Place in greased bowl; brush top ,

with soft shortening. Cover. Let .,.,.,f- v us
experiencein rise in warm place, free from

e i draft, until Doubled in bulk, about o _
one hour. Punch down and turn ( ;
,- the insurance fields out on lightly floured board. Pro- i r-i I II

ceed according to shape desired. ;

and i qualified to handle all Cinnamon Buns

(Makes 18) I y.
Divide sweet dough in half; roll

of your insurance needs. out each half into an oblong about

14 x 9 inches. Brush lightly with

melted margarine or butter. Prin-) : ;

kle each oblong with one-half mix-

YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE ture of 1 1-2 cups sugar, 2-3 cup

raisins 2 teaspoons cinnamon.Roll ake her White Christmas dreams come '
WILL BE APPRECIATED up as for jelly roll to make
truc..with a gleaming electrical gift:
9 inches long. Seal edges firmly. ( "

Cut into 9 equal pieces. Place cut \ -
I A modern electric range..or an automatic
side up about 1 inch apart in

greased 9-inch layer cake pan or washer-drycr..or one of the other electric kitchen

square pan 8x9x2 inches. or laundry appliances which will make her life 1 .
HAROLD C. WALL I Cover. Let rise in warm place, iIIfWlft '

free from draft, until double in easier for years to come. Quicker, cleaner, safer ito .
bulk (about one hour). Bake in -
use-cheaper too.
moderate oven at 350 degrees F. ,

AGENCYCONSTANT about 35 minutes. Top with
A "White Christmas" to her this
plain icing (below).

INSURANCE SERVICE ;, Combine Plain and heat Icing until smooth, year will keep on givihg..ycar after" year. So see E LEe TRI CALL Y I I

dealer-today! < ,
your _, ., ,
OVER 60 YEARS 1 cup sifted confectioner's sugar, _
1 tablespoon milk, and 1-4 tea- -
spoon sa tl.b ..
PHONE 146 STARKE/ FLA. tt3e ,- l!
Circuit Court. Bradford County -

e fendant.Chrystobelle.Florid vs. Robert; la Fannie Milton Chancery Case Swingle.Swingle.No. 10-1314 Plaintiff De- \i\\ FLoRiDA POWER & LIGHT COM'A Y IS

Order ef Publication and Notice to _
tppeart State of Florida Tot I
Robert Milton Swingle,,whose res- ,


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rvttttvvvvmvtryv trtvvvvvt High School and is employed at''ton has been named as chairman Circa Court. Bradford Coamtr.i\seeks divorce, custody, control and tI
Florida la Chaaccrr. 'support of minor child. !I
Clay Electric Co. in Keystone of the March of Dimes Polio
Edith Mae Nichols. Plaintiff I Bradtora county 'lelegraph shall
HAMPTON Heights. "fund-raising campaign for the James Green Nichols. Defendant.vs'1 publish this Order In next four
Hampton-Graham-Theressa district Case No. 10-1312 i weekly Issues.
They are making their home 1956. ,Order Of Publication And .Velio* T Witness! mv hand and official seal nnnnnnnnnnnnnn
8, lira. D. E. lUll !in Hampton, having moved this during Jan. Apprari State Of Florida Tot at Starke. Florida this Nov. 30,
At an initial planning meetingfor i James Green Nichols; whose residence 1955.
week into Alma Saxon's house on SEAL Charles A. Darby
is Alabama OFFICIAL
North and
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&uLL LA LA the district Friday evening, Port.
Division Street. whose address Is Star Route. North As Clerk of said Court
Vernon Slade :Weds .Dec. 9, Miss Durling announced Port, Alabama. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
School Closes Today :the goal for this district of $250. You are required to appear on Hon. Chas R. Hess 204-05 GuarantyLife
Sanderson Girl Hampton Elementary School Jan.,2 1956, in the above named ; Building. Jacksonville. Fla.
Tentative plans were made for a Court find cause, wherein plaintiff I Attys. for Pit. 11/2 4t 12/2S
Easter Bonnie Faye Monds of will close for the Christmas holidays
i fashion show in January, and .. FIGHT DISEASE WITHtV'
Sanderson and James Vernon Friday, Dec. 16, with classes other possible fund-raising pro- -

Slade Jr., son 0* Mr. and Mrs. holding the students.parties and programs for jects, in addition to the house-to- Titans Our Business Jf _

Vernon Slade I house soliciting done in the past.
of Hampton, were
Have it:
Parents are invited to come If It's Glass -
married Tuesday; Dec. 6, in St. and bring pre-school children to Speakers for Friday's meetingwas CALL WRITE or VISIT
I Miss Sara Barefoot of Starke. 1/Il
George, Ga., in class which will begin at
a quiet ceremony. parties
Organizations in the district .
Mrs. Slade, the daughter of Mr. '2 afternoon. The
"p. m. Friday will be asked to cooperate with l Joe Peters Glass Co.
and Mrs. W. A. Monds of Sander. school will operate on the regular -
the projects, Miss Durling said
son, wore for her '''wedding a class schedule until that hour.
in order to reach the goal. Any- FOR ANY GLASS NEED
lavender suit A graduate of Classes will resume again after KUREji
to work in the fund .
one wishing We Design Modern Store Fronts zyJsj
Sanderson High School, she has the holidays on Monday. Jan. 2.
raising campaign is asked to Just Pattern for
Mail Us A
recently been employed as a tie- Betty Durling (Named tF .
Miss Durling.
phone operator in Jacksonville. March 'Of Dimes Chairman Table TODS '
"Hansel & Cretel"Presented 4 a
The groom attended Bradford Miss Betty Durling of Hamp- At School 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

Fifth and sixth grade classesof

I Hampton Elementary School, I I.
assisted by Mrs. Eva Henderson, Here's your answer to poultry and livestock diseases.

-'I. music director presented the t1 :
operetta. "Hansel and Gretel" ata Erect a barrier against disease with Kure. Feed this

1 12.school assembly Monday, Dec. << K ._ high level antibiotic feed for the prevention and treat

Brenda Lott portrayed Gretel; I: << ment of disease. .}.',
Steven Varnum the t1 -
played partof
Kure helps maintain normal gains and productionW and
Hansel, and Willa Mae Davis I See Our SpecialHoliday
u acted as the.wicked old witch. reduces high death losses from certain Infectious

Town Marshall Resigns f diseases of swine, calves, chickens and turkeys-in

GIVE THEM A Town Marshall Markalee Norman << Offeringsin << poultry, Blue Comb Disease or non-specific enteritis,
resigned his post at the Dec.
GLOBEFOR ) =t Chronic Respiratory Disease; scours In swine, calve
.. 6 meeting of Hampton City Coun ,
cil at the city hall. Charles R. and lambs.

Cox was named by Mayor G. P.
Unusual and Artistic Trusted thousands of Kure is
Wadsworth to be marshall! for the Highly b times. Security I your

Jam(, remainder of the year. answer to disease.
XMAS The council set $10 as a mini \ DECANTERS AND FANCY <<
: \. mum bond for anyone arrested s Fight disease with Kure}

\\.t' \ for exceeding the speed limit
within the city. SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville

I I'T.To Buy ,Music Books t1 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville Fla.
_____ V\\ Hampton PTA voted to buy IJ
__ music books for use in the school t'! 0 i ,
auditorium for chapel and assemblies -
1 .
$12.75 r at the regular meeting .. WE
r h at the school Tuesday afternoon, w
Plus Tax Dec. 6.Following. lJ We Solicit Inquiries From Business Executives & !: Oa \ DELIVER _

And Management\ Personnel. : __ J ',
the business meeting, _
<< -- TO YOUR
refreshments were served in the ( *

Large 8-inch illuminated Globe (illustrated above) cafeteria by Mrs. Dan Loper and GIVE HIM A GIFT HE'LL SURELY I t FARM

with detailed hand-mounted map. Steel die-cast meri Mrs. H. F: Cloversettle. -j ENJOY

dian and base. Includes 32-page book "Story of the Hampton Baptist WMU will i / i

Globe.It. ;, meet Friday evening, Dec. 16, at .
the home J. W. l
of Mrs. Home.
Members are reminded to bringa 1 Come In Today getAntibiotic
Other. Globes -- 2.00, 3.95, 6.95, 8.95 -
gift for a girl in the Baptist I- : i

Children's Home. 1 :

Every Replogle Globe is I- Highly Detailed Cartographically National Local School Spelling To Bee Enter 1 LONG BRIDGEPACKAGE .v at high levels

Correct Lithographed by experts. This year students of Hampton
Elementary School will participatein j t tOn
the National Spelling Bee, 1

Never before have so many people wanted to own a sponsored by the Jacksonville H Ht

good Globe. Thoughtful parents want one for their Journal, Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, .
Highway 100 3
principal, announced this week. 3r y:
children to become better students. They also wanta i a
Globe for the entire family to follow and understand Exact date of the county. con- 1 11 Miles From Starke Enroute To Lake Butler
will be later Mrs
test announced ,
world events for only a Globe can show land and ..W,'
Perkins said. For the county contest
water as they really are. They also recognize a "
areas in Starke one student from ( 1w t t t
Globe as a beautiful home decoration especially each school will enter, and the .

illuminated models which create just the right light county winner will enter the ,

for television. i ,
state contest next spring in Jack- I ,
'sonville. ; TT
a l. .ee'trp : : ::
See Our Large Globe Display I A copy of the words to be usedis t a A a i :. '*' :: .v 'v.Jftn ', : '

included in contest rules, Mrs. ? t ...
Perkins stated, and Hampton $ a a J .. :

students are being drilled in ..

Bradford County Telegraph these words. All elementary children : ,.. ", '?\';< .;:...., '..': :':" ,
not more than 16 years of

age is eligible to enter. v s
Mrs. Claude May, Mrs. Robert
Cox, Mrs. Marshall Matchett and, 1d 1j 1t 1
i Mrs. Horace May were in Gaines-I
:'vile visitors Monday. II I

I Willow Hammond, daughter of I i
ls.; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond,

rP : fractured her finger last week at
,high school in Starke, while showing .
l V XF!\ '
films with a movie projector.

I Waldo, visited for three daysin p,
$ A
Y Hampton last week with Mr.

I;land Mrs. L. A. Hall.
i 'i Mrs. Bert Hinson returned hocn 3
to introduce the sensational last weekend from Alachua County '." ,.
I Hospital in Gainesville, after
== I S
R.ted : I Ii E3": 'I, "' several treatment At present -
:;;: I!== U III !i! I! : I she is staying at Heilbronn v';)'.;g
I '_1"= .' z I tL.Ui, >>-J J/1.1.y,
Illy I i-- I / 111 I 'I Springs with her daughter, Mrs. I :L",,, ,._ .. ..v" ____. ... ..,. ",* : :

SUPER Roto. fatiolJJggll Arthur Gaskins, and expects to I Dodge Coronet. the only full-size,full-styled, full-powered car to invade the low price field. e
I go to Miami with her for- a rest 1

during the Christmas holidays.:

ZIP-CLIP SWIVEL-TOP 1 Saturday guests at the home '

Open ever instantly Iran I ponton-clMnt all of Mrs. Mamie Meade in Hampton New 56 DODGE. i

i Hicks were of Orlando.Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow .

tso I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr.

eusT EatrTY Irla iTo jlliOO Roll-easy -. were Sunday guests of Mrs. struck it rich !

slo.ws vy 1U ROTO-DOLLY Slade's parents, Mr.: and Mrs. W. you've

A. Monds in Sanderson.Mr. .
X w ith 4 rubber,swivel,balt-bMring eheels I .
and Mrs. Donald McMahone -
and son moved this week from

Hampton to Everglades, where

Mr. McMahone is employed with You've struck it rich in the style that's causing the most talk,

the Florida Highway Patrol. creating the most excitement. Dodge Jet-Fin styling. for 56 is

Thirty-six new post office boxes fresh-not warmed over.

installed in the Hampton -
i r You've slaked your claim to the adventure Dodge push-button
office Saturday, to bring
post the total number to 171. All the t e driving the fingertip ease of Dodge full-time power steering, the

135 boxes already in were rented 1 cradled comfort of Dodge Oriflow ride.

according to Mrs. Mary Williams. You've tapped the motif richest rein of iflak; -awap power and

rss as.ttt..pq postmaster.The performance. This spirited '56 Dodge shattered evnry! American

new boxes are available to r- record in the book on the Bonneville Salt Flats, plus a flock of

All halts modern in ONE cleaner I rent immediately, Mrs. Williams s .a International records held by foreign sports cars!
'N ..4-Whe l BOTO-DOLLY !said at the regular rate of 35
and JOB me 2Sn THIS WEEK I I cents per quarter. The boxes Only Dodge brings you such rich rewards: The look, the feel, the

\NO DUST BAG TO EMPTY! were purchased!' from the Mont- power of success.And it can all be yours in the sensational Dodge
Qnd(/0<<-Ataaed30mj40 8 pc.set Deluxe Attach-0-Matie brook office, which has been The Magic Touch of Tomorrow! Dodge push. Here'i the Red Ram V-8 engine that Coronet Series-the King Size buy in the low price field
",.., mpirhlt cltinm Clip-on tools post button driving glvt safer,ewer more positive rewrote the record book on the
New Easy Action Zip-Clip' closed. control...new fingertip ease. Bonneville Salt flats.
Tile r.= 1rf A Swivel-Top Mr!'!. T. F. Brown started work VALUE LEADER OF THE FORWARD LOOK
s.. &QfJ &:.fnla e Super Power-20%more suction Mrs.
Tuesday. Dec. 13. to help
,-A. :-full>J H.P. motor
N/l. e Amazing 3-0 Rug Nozzle with Williams with the extra mail
floating brush until Dec. 24. Christmas
with Motor-Driven n euT e Shag load 3 great Dodge shows on TV: Lawrence Welk-Bert Parks-Danny ThomasWIN.
IT SWI'S' rug tool-optional cards and packages!; mailed early
DIRTDISTIRBUIATOR } Low prl ed-$20 to$30 LESS than I
IT SUCT/OII most comparable cleaners will be sure to arrive on time.

for fast cleaning of CLEANS carpets! I Mrs. Williams reminded patronsof I! New Dodge Every Year For Life! New Contest Each Week! Still Time to Win! ENTER NOW!

_... and large rugs... rg943 $ the local postoffice.All .
95 unsealed'>'cards with
without effort
INTRODUCTORY OFFER! {(K, (J9 Com- writing other than the signaturemay -

., SU.S5 .... s 79 95'01...c_ Off delu.etools"""thWac I be mailed for two cents, Mrs.I -,,' -,--- ---- -: -.. -- -. H''p. --- :---..- .---. --,--:' ', --.,.:-----._ _::-'
Williams said, with any sealed

See live demonstration at our store at once or cards and letters going as first-
class mail at three cents. Pack-

; C. H. NASWORTHY ages weighing up to 70 pounds Hardy Brothers Motor Co. -
iL'Y.: > may be sent through the Hampton -

$U.q5dc.u.tI. GE\ERAL\SUPPLIES Post Office a larger weight
limit than the first
232 E. Call St. Phone 19S-J class post-I
office in Starke is allowed. DODGE PLYMOUTH
i if ila